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 4  LIBRARY  VICTORIA, B. C  Provincial Library;  Victoria-, B. C*  ~"Published-lSo ^Gibsos&r B.C.  Yxil.CS - No. 31.  Thursday- August 5* 1954  Eighth  Year ot Publication  a  /Hundred Dollars  Fine weather a&nd ihe&xitmii surroundings, coajiled  with, plenty of  ..work .and  pla&nipg  resulted  in  a  very, successful ^Garden Party held  -at .the .home c�� Mr. W. Davis, Gibsons,, last Thursday..-afternoon..  The   Headlaods   Branch   of   the  W.O.N....report haying i:aised..almost  .one hundred dollars .at.this.affair.  \T.ea -."was served, hoine. cooking and  .IJaandwork were sold,,, and one .stall  sold home-made candy. More:3tome  ..eookipg-could wielh:have been.sold,  -as   supplies   were ..soon   depleted.  ���.The Bakers' Strikeidid.some;r.good,  l say. th e ...branch workers.  . Gibsons Girl Guides were a,g��eat  1 help, serving the almost one.'Jam-  t^dred guests. Mrs. "Wardill read, fcea-  ccups in her inimitably humorous  iCtyle.  ���/There^sre two amclaimed; .prises  ^awaitingthe luckjy .winners. Tlte  : towel raffle was wem by .lhe holder  iOf Ticket -Jtfo. 10, and ithe.door prize  \w.ent to Ticket No- '-77. ..Holders, of.  tthese tickets shouKl teou-tact Mrs.;  jRobertson ^x>t Gibsains, ..or .phone!  H16.tR, . Gib&sms, and .recede . their.  jpriess  igi writers  Gibson  Mr. TTad FMdager has decided  that X33bsons is the spot for his  business of Sign Writing, and has  located :an the buiiding formerly  occupied : by Hill's ."Machine Shop,  next fthe 'Theatre -above Marine  Drive.  With '-his' brother Bert, who was  well "known as a butcher in Gibsons, Ted has already set up his  workshop m th room facing Howe  Sound,-arid has all the back part of  the Trailding available for putting  vehicles into when doing painting  and lettering on them.  The travelling "Sign Van" has  already become 'familiar to the  area, as "Ted "has been scouting  about, "looking - over .'the business  opportunities on Che- Sunshine  Coast  Mrs. Fladager i�� coming out to  Gibsons 1:o-celebrate with her husband their ' twenty-f ifth wedding  anniversary ^oiv August ::21st. She  is at present a buyer for the McArthur, Titd.,-a "Ladies' Wear business in :��3"dmonton, Alberta. While  here, she \%f5!I!-le&k? about- with Mr.  Fladager ttor- possible living accom-  ���modatioTL.  In addition- to'his sign'painting.  _.���_.���        .  ..    ,     ,    ['Mr.    Fladtrger -ran    the -'Creative  .Th-e.-Headsb^nds Branch ;,J.s - to  bei���, .     ,    -.,..._,.,,        , , -r-,-.  , ..,.,.     .School of Art, in Toronto-and Ed-  auonton, fe'irwi -Which 'he 'tais but  recently reftire'd. '��� He'has-also published sev*uc?al books :on . Creative  ������Art.  We wish. I'liis-new^business *every  access on tGlt-^ jfiSiiHisliine ��� Coafti.  Hoe  \9  ays v  n BasebsiE Playoffs  Winning their second, game in  She    Peninsula     Playoffs     last.  Thursday  evening, Port Mellon  clinched    their    right   to    play  Woodfibre on August eighth at  Woodfibre.    On   Tuesday   evening last, Port Mellon and Wilson;  Creek  played   to   a. 4���2   score  for ;the Pulp Town, and Thursday's score was 8���3.  "Mie .winner of the Port Mellon  Wnodfibre series will represent  Zone Six in the playoffs in Vani-  comter.  .Because the playoffs coming  early as they do, upset the season schedule, a new schedule for  the xest of the season will be  drawn :up and published. It is  ialso mumored that there will  likely be a new method of arriving :at the winning  team in '\jate:  w Bate  The Village Commissioners heard from Commissioner C, P.  ��� According: to George Frith, man- Ballentine, at their meeting last Tuesday evening, o^eag  ager for the Bla^ball Ferry Lines, ^etion of the reconstruction and s^^ * to* ^^^��  the Quillayute will be put into op- ^ that the work was completely sat ^factory ^^ f? ^  eration from Agememnon to Salter? told of the other small surfacing jobs done for the ViUage, asweil  Bay on August 21st. \ as for several private persons, and the general improvement this  .   Capt.  Peabody  and   CoL  Paulin \ made to the appearance of tlie ViUage. ^ ^ _  were  in the  area on Friday last, |     The   Commission   approved   a  ���  and  they  are. quite  satisfied  that ��� final payment of $6,127  to the  this date will be certain. j Adanac   Construction   Company  There will be opening ceremonies heldr with ���members of the  Blackball ^Ferries, the Highway  Construction, the Provincial Government, and from the affected  areas on both sides of the Channel.  Regarding the above, and others,  reports current with regards to the  likely date of Road Completion, the  Coast Mews wired tlie Chief Engineer for a definite date, on Monday, August 2nd, to which the following reply was received on that  the   season's   play,   since   some  teams twill   have  played   fewer  "Re tel; Unable to give yon definite date at this time, but expect  ibear.tiiy.. cqiy-ratulatefl .oiuilys. fine  ffliffort.and the?' are properly pleased  and egxateful rfor the ssupppri they  have received.  Bank OF  Mmtr.��g&l  Ho Ills Picnic  As She J&ocal. ^jsopulace &s -weK  .aware the ^istdtC1 of "My Bank"  ,our Gilisojis Bra.Btfh of ti* Bank}  tiOf Monfcireal ytbaye >een granted .a"  i-respite from -Sat2��*day m��rning  .\Work antl (.effective ,��fuly 31st next  \=y<13] be cflosejS jail -iSay Saluaday.  However, yai3iSi$sona} f^inki}ig'-3acftHi?&  ttffiivi 4:30 yum. to 6.:fi& p.m. toH *��e  prqvided ova Fi?rdays :ior the vftun-  ���veniexice of .all.  W<- are \p!eaasd ttP note tMg-  <Chan��s in pyioceanre .arnU it "is ht-  &eed .interesting lo vgee that the  staff are having a picnic ;&:nd cruise  aboard ������"The Marcmy/ 111" owned by  Gerry iFahrni, Avell kno.wH Publie  Accountant and pre-war -niextiber of ;  the sia��f (of the Bank of "Montreal, i  We h.qpf; it is. a foiyesa^t sqf things  to come 3iul that-many niorje weekends wj;i;l !b.e enjoyed by the staff  in a like manner.  Powell River  Dock Worker KiEled  "Wftwn the ga'aag^ankroijthe Gvefk  ship^��S. Maryr.ct>&ip&e.dtilt Powell  River \tpn   Friday; .;July ,:S0th,   Eai-  games Shan  the  others..  In  all VOad will be open, in about three  likLeJiho��d,  this will  be figured  on .a 5iea;centage basis.  Jim Rumridge  Wins Again  weeks,   time.    Signed   N.  Galium, Chief Engineer^  M.   Mc-  Judges Named  For Fail Fair  Plans  for  the forthcoming Fair  Th�� .SeclieU '.Salmon Derby, which  ran fwjun .the ^eighteenth of July to are nearing completion and i�� noth-  Augusi 1st, iV-ras taken by Jim 'ing unforeseen occurs, the follow-  PlumriBge, \fho has previously ing judges are expected to be in  been  .a   winner   of   these   Derbies \ attendance������:  held by the  Seehelt Rod and Gun j    Flowers and Table Decoration���  Club. j Mr. A. H. Peppar.  This ��une, ;all. '.the winning fish | Fruits and Vegetables���Mr. G. R.  were caught in Porpoise Bay, and j Thorpe, District Horticulturist, New  the   weight   ot   them   proves   that   Westminster.  there ar-e -siiTI-.^jsh in the sea.  PlumridgLe  came ?first,  to win a  mund   jiG.  - Breaer    .of   -..Wildwoosi ' fishing T<o.d> with a .twenty pounder,  heightsT.was kiff^a vs\'hen;h.e .struck ! Second w.as Bob Campbell, also- a  a  fender   log   25  'Ss.<sX ..belo^?,   and ivsecond win, .for a reel, with a 12^4-.  Domestic    Science    and    Home  Cooking���Mrs. Winnie MtiLear.  Needlework���Mrs. Laura Smith.  Handicrafts���Mrs. J.   S.   Griffin.  Weaving  and   Spinning���Mrs.  J.  K-ound fish, .arta Guy-.Cwthbert came.] S, Griffin,  sank immediately:/ ^^.   ..^..^    .. ................  r  ^ajTi^ti^afftJ^Waite^<&��sn.ert.ol^\Vest-lilJird, to win ta tfish l:<ne, with'a'n'^ Clod.  ���vtt,w, Wa&er VacSecsaqp, ."Wriiam | ^%-pouna salm&n. Nice to see Guy  :Kour otfcftrs ;"v\;ere .in.jxjr.ed ,a.J  the   ia -the running.  Mnh"   and   iflenry  ^inheil. ..aU, of  .wliQfii   received   trektme^t   in  the  Po.w.ell Riye��' Hospiia;i.  .Fro/nnen ;fl��wn in fjyon'i Wancc5ir-  y^er ^(acovered Breier's hQgjy .late?"  SJie .sajii.e day.    .  If  mad  ou  iat  ii':he hidden .weight prize, a tackle  bo?, was won by .a Mr. Thomson,  frojis Vancouver.. ;Mjs .name .and address it is hoj*ed we ,can secure for  next .i��sue.  The-;next Derby .to fee run %y this  Club Kill  be  a CohojE   Derby,  and  |-.\vill run from August 22nd to September ;5ith  inclnsiwe.  and the Clerk was instructed to  write a letter of appreciation  to that firm for the manner in  which they had completed their  contract. The Provincial Government will be billed for 75%  of this amount as per agree  ment.  An extension of three* months  was granted to W.D. Scott tc  occupy a garage as a dwelling  until the main home can be  completed. This is a temporary  permit only.  A building permit was re  fused Alex Somers, on the  grounds that the building he  planned to remodel was substandard.  A Land-Use permit for the  protection of the water shed  for the Village was not considered satisfactory. Further cor  respondence was directed, to  find an alternative arrange-  ment.  A letter was directed to toe  written to the Federal Department of Public Works, re: the.  moving of the freight shed on  the Wharf. Had Black Ball  Ferry Lines applied for per  mission to do so, and had ii  been refused? A copy of this  letter was to be sent to the Hon.  James Sinclair, M.P.  Building permits were approved for S. Startup, R.J.  Plows, and A.G. Jensen. For  Mr. Jensen also, a permit to  install. a '.septic, -tank was sp;  proved.  Ditches are being cleaned, it  was reported, particularly along  the Gower Road.  Because it is an obstruction  alpng the Bay Road right of  way, a fence erected by F.C.  Williams had been ordered removed.  This has not  yet  been  Pender  Legion  amour  cnie  The annual Legion Picnia, opefi  to all residents of the Harbour and  their families has been planned!  for Cockburn Point, weather permitting. Boats will start from Irvine's Landing at 9:30 a.m. on  Sunday. Harry Roberts has again,  made his property at Cockburia  Point available. Last year ifafc  seventy-five people who attended  pronounced the picnic a great success and this year is expected t��  beat the record. Anyone with' a  boat built for the trip is invited to  join. Those attending are asked Coining their own picnic lunches.  Mrs. Hodson will be there to look  after the swimming for the kiddies  and ice cream will be supplied for  the youngsters. The women's auxr  iliary will arrange sports for the  kiddies. To defray expenses a fee--  of one dollar will be collected from-  the men attending; no charge for  women and children.  Mr. i.S. Piper  Dies In Vancouver  For many years a resident of  Gibsons, Mr. John Storm Piper, ex-  R.C.M.P. Inspector, passed away ia  Vancouver in his 93rd year, on.  July 29th.  Mr. Piper had retired to Gibsons,  with his- wife, Florence, who^-survives him, in 1937. Most of hfs active days were devoted to S^s garden, of which be was very proud.  He was a member of the Arctic  Brotherhood, having served with,  the R.N.W.M.P. in the Yukon, and  of the R.C.M.P. Veterans.' Association. -    -i ����������'���' ��-���*''"   '*  Besides his wife, he is survived"  !��  L  er Diroken  kiefs  C. Oiaetsfiaw  is In'Hospital  A Ottstaveeon; logging on the  'Enemark operations .wi Wednesday escaped extremely serious  injury, when ;a -"sapling",- shear-  After a Jcngir*^ illness of ewer j ed off by .another tree  a year, Charles Oldershaw of  Hoberts Creek passed away in.  "Vancouver General Hospital  during the night of August 3rd.  S.t the age of forty six years.  Charles,    better   . "jsrnown     as  "Chuck" had lived most tof his  life in Roberts Creek.; He is  survived by his mother, Mrs. C.  Oldershaw, Sr., three 'JM^others,  James, William and Reginald,  and four sisters, Grace. Betty.  Mary amd Josephine.  For years in the older days.  Chuck was one of the team <o��  "Ted and Chuck" who made  music for dances, and who were  the popular ^entertainers of the  Gray.  Teddy Benn was the "Ted" of  the team, and Ted and Dora  Benn "were as members of the  Oldershaw family, so closely  associated  were "they.  Chuck was predeseased by  his    father,    Charles   Sr.,    last  winter.  Funeral arrangements will be  made later.  NEW LIGHT  AT FRANCIS POINT  Fred Claydon, Harbour Master  at Pender Harbour, reports to the  Coast News that there is* now an  electrically operated flasher light  operating 25 feet above high water  at Francis Point. This navigational  aid, so long awaited will assist  every kind of craft plying the  coast.'  , fel3?  striking liim on the head . The  jfc-rce of the blow smashed the  Iwd hat, -and thrust" Gustave-  so.n sidways. The sapling .Ski, its  fall .smashed his shoulder bl^.de.  He was brought hy to Dr.  Inglis at Gibsons for' X-Rays,  and then sent to Vancouver to  hospital.  What was described as a "-'sapling1* was a second growth fir  of no mean proportions, and ihe  force of the original blow drove  pieces of the hard hat into  Gustaveson's scalp.  This was the. second accident  this 'week, the other being on  Monday. - ...y.:-\.  As Mr. Gustavesoni remarked,  when the machines are in opera,  tion in the woods these 'day's,  one cannot hear trees falling,  or cries of "Timber!" as in  older days. He was bucking at  some distance from the actual  falling.  W* Graham Premises  Nearing   Completion  All the activitiy at Wally  Grahams will shortly have produced a building intended to  house his vehicles for the ambulance and funeral services.  This concrete structure has been  produced by all local labour,  including" Wally himself, who  lias been busy early and late on  it.  Last week he was busy framing  the roof, and this week it is  almost complete.  Power Outages Doe  fo WofIc At Ciowfiolm  The power /outage- last Sunday,  .at.2.:ftO?o 2:30 a?n. was du.e to work  .being dene at th.e power ijlant ;-;t  Clowholm Falls. )t was arranged  ,to 3fe��a-ve the work ar.me at this time  in order to cause the least possible  iniCQny.e.nJencg to user-/? in the area.  Mr. Howle.tt, of the B.C. Power  Commission states that there may  be further short outages for the  same purpose, .bu�� these ���sy.ill be at  the same hour. Any others will be  notified, as is the one on August  (Stli, in the early morning to permit  .oilier.'work to ce done.  Salmon Arm Fire  Quickly Controlled;  A forest fire which broke out  and threatened the camp of Teddy  .Oshorne on. Salmon Arm last Thursday evening looked rather ugly for  a time. All the men and machines  from neighbouring camps were  turned out, to aid the work of the  Forestry Department, and the fire  was contained and controlled that  night.  The lingering smoke that was  still visible on Saturday morning  was not dangerous, and was being  taken care of by the crews on the  site.  Divisions-   we   are i to Mr' Wiiliaras> informing him   the   R.C.M.P.,   of   Chilliwack,   and  Once  before in  a ^ ihai if ihe  fence  has  not  been i rerc>' W Piper of Vancouver, also  exhibits   came   for-   5^��ved   ".-     "- " " .     " - !  Poultry���Mr. W. J. Wakely, Poultry Inspector, New Westminster.  Calves, Sheep and Pigs���Mr. Ted  Makin, Canada Packers, Ltd.  A few changes will be noted this  year. Thoughtful consideration has  been given by the Committee to all  sections of the Fair and while conditions,  beyond their control, may) ,���,.,, ,.      , i,  not be very favorable for the Fruit ?Qonp' A Ietter WaS directed sent | by two sons, Sgt. John.F. Piper of  and   Vegetable  sttil   optimistic. _       _  difficult   year   exhibits   came   for_ :��� removed   by   August    10th,   the, one  daughter,  Mrs.   J.  H.   aicCur-  ward beyond our expectations. The  same could happen again. We houe ' and    the   'costs    bllled.   to  so ~   [ Williams.  A special feature of this year's ' Mr" George Hi^ was present  Fair will be the showing of Calves, * at the raeetin'g to inquire as to (Iav  Sheep and Pigs, under the direction '1he cost Df licenses for his funeral chapel, with the Rev. Major  of Mr. Norman Hough with talks bv I businesses. They total, for a six George Turpin, D.D., officiating.  Mr, . Ted    Makin   of   the   Canada } months period, $17.50. i lunation was by his request.  Packers   Ltd.    Pleasureable  atten- j. Painters holding Trades. Licen ]' ������  tion is expected to be held by adult! ses from  the Village  are to be I1  visitors, and we particularly invite i asked  to quote a  price for tho I  the boys and girls to come and see ; painting of the Municipal Hall. ;  these   animals,   also  to   view   the j      Bylaw   106,   concerning   sani  Poultry. | tation and  construction  of sep  Please see page 29 of the Pro- j 4ic tanks was given its first  gram���A���SPECIAL GROUP EX- j and second readings at this  HIB1T���This is an interesting item ��� meeting.  both  for Exhibitor and  Spectator, j     Notice  was   given   of   the  in-  j and a few groups, as well as being   traduction   at   next   meeting   cf  an   attraction,   could   have   bene- j a  bylaw   to   amend   the   bylaw  ) Village   will   have   it   removed, . raeh,   of   Edmonton,   Alberta,   and  Mr.   one sister, Miss Hilda Piper. Engr  I land, and  eight grandchildren.  '     The funeral   was  held on Satur-  at    Simmons    and    McBn'de  ficial results later  The 'Legion will handle the sideshows.  Just a word to the people of the  Peninsula���while an efficient Com- j  mittee   is   essential, it  is just  as'  dealing .with Trades Licenses.  NEW  BUOYS  AT  PENDER  HARBOUR  The  Government  Tender Berens  ,    .   .      . . has been in the Harbour over the  necessary to have irom the public,' ���������+ ,    ���T . ��. it_  , .^        ^ 'i past week carrying out the prom ses  Sept.  th Egmont Advise  exhibits,' attendance  and  cheerfulness to complete the picture for��a  AND!  successful    Fair.     EXHIBIT  COME TO THE FAIR.  i of  the  Federal-authorities  to   hn-  J prove  navigation   markings  in   the  BILL WARD, OF  DOGHOUSE   VISITS   GIBSONS  . Radio's Bill Ward, pf Bill  Ward's Doghouse, and Mrs.  Ward, were seen bedng escorted  about Gibsons by Vince Prewer  on Tuesday morning. Mr. Ward  was making preparations for  his comng campaign of country  coverage. Seems to feed that a  touch of country business leavens the formality of city work.  Lila Farniiam  Wins Ten Dollars  , area. Four danger spots in the Har-  j hour have now  been  marked with  the  the  i sparbuoys    by    the    crew    of  ; Sevens   in   co-operation   with  5 Harbourmaster, Fred Claydon.  j light beacons are also promised for  | installation at Francis and Cock-  jhurn   Points   in   about  a   month's  For her Letter to the Editor igjtn"���"  the Coast Neirs of June 30th, Lola ' "    ~~  Farnham has  been sent a cheque ? SMOKE    DAMAGE  for  ten  dollars,  as  authorized  by j IN  CHIMNEY   FIRE  "C. Y. Nical," for the best letters     Gibsons Fire  Department answered a call on Tuesday even  The Egmont people, by way of  their local organizations, have been  in communication with the Highway Construction Company, and  have been advised by Mr. Brennan,  Foreman in charge of the Agamemnon Bay Road Work, that September is now the date of expected  completion.  In respect of their own road core-  j nection with the Highway, Mr,  ! George Paulin, of the Blackball  Ferry Lines, has passed on the.  letter written to him, to the Department of Public Works, and at  the same time advised the Egmonr;  organizations to contact their focal  M.L.A.  This the Egmont people have  done, in a letter to Mr. A. J. Gars-  grave, stating their case, with supporting correspondence.  Relief teg  on the topic "Cause for Cbacern."  Coast News wishes to congratulate Miss Farnham for a "well-writ-  ten letter, dealing admirably with  either impudence of insult, as C  Y. Nical seemed to thinfe a stadent  would find neeessary ta make a fitting reply.  ing to Hie home of Mr. and Mrs.  Harry Milroye, when a stubborn chimney fire kept them on  the topic, and without stooping to��the job fora bout an, hour and  Mr. Wood, who has been relieving Mr. Douglas (Rusty) Smilh as;  M&n&izeT of the Bank of Montreal,  Gibsons, left on Monday afternoon  on his own holidays.  Re finds Gib-  a halt  No fire damage is reported, fsons Hnd the Sunshine .C\>ast & wotr-  but some smoke *and wat��ar|^rfuI spot, and enjoyed b>s short  damage  was experienced. I svay here very mr. ;h_ 7  . : -'Member B.C. Week'y Newspaper Advertising Bureau
j „ SAMUEL    NUTTER.    Publisher
y " DO  WOllTMAN,  Editor
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- Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.
Published every Thursday at Gibsons, B.C.
^sCicwsrized   as  second   class  mail,   Pest   Office   Department,   Ottawa.
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Phone Gibsons 45W
Sox 128 Gibsons British Columbia
The Coast New?        Thursday August 5, 1954
Canadian Prizewinner
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Some weeks ago, there was some activity on the Lower
road to Roberts Creek, pushing" the accumulated debris, j
stumps, etc. off the side of the road and making for better Ilivkls J00™-
visibility as well as slig-htly widening- the traffic surface. This
was fine, but the machine dug holes in the road at right
angles to the traffic direction. These have not since been
graded out, so the road is considerably rougher tham necessary. A similar situation exists along- the road from West
Sechelt to Halfmoon Bay, and a few spots on beyond to Pender Harbour.
We would like to know whether it is possible to erase
Sbsse signs of activity in the road surface, and smooth it out
iagaln before going- on to the next seCtiow. True, the Foreman
reports the district grader in the repair shop, .but is that the
tanly grader in'existance? Cannot a substitute machine be
;made available when it is necessary to have the one repaired?
We seem to recall the presence of a different grader on the
Sunshine Coast Roads from time to time. Why not now?
The crews are busy replacing bridges with those big
concrete culverts, and in the process some curves are being
slimijiated, which is said to be a big improvement. Still, we
fail to see why each section should not be left in better shape.
&s the work goes on*.
Right now, any one having to travel from Sechelt to Pender or back is in the sad position of facing tire ruination and
spring damage that seems quite uncalled for. The Roberts
Creek Road is in the same sad shape.
Perhaps it is all in an effort to discourage visitors to our
Coast, or traffic from Powell River, whew this' due.
This version of lhe Canadian Home of Tomorrow designed by
Victor Prus of Brockville, Ontario, won him Honorable Mention
in the International Calvert House Competition. Garage and gar-
den tools' storage lie behind the brick wall on the left of this
garden view of ihe house. Bedroom block is on the right. The
combination living-dining room has glass walls on both north
and south sides and gives on a patio which can serve as a summer
MARINE MAMMALS
rca Or Killer
by L.S.J.
^The Orca Rectipinna, to give  fortable.
Csmmitte Are Foritiei
Periodically, when some situation arises on our Coast
•wMch affects the well-being of all of us quite noticeably, a
useeting of prominent citizens is called, and the problem is
«iiseussed, sometimes for hours. Then, those who have been
sofficfceHitly interested to appear, decide that a committee
should be formed to act on behalf of all present, ito see what
can be done, and to take whatever action is possible to alleviate the-condition, to improve the situation, or to resolve the
problem.    ' '■' -1 ~ .'''.''■■■:'■ \"    '.- ""■'":'"•". '■ ;- ■■vv1"' ■
• "This occurred some months ago in the matter of the
probable cessation of Ambulance Service on the Peninsula.
Wh&t happened? A committee was formed, followed by the
osttal audible sigh of relief from those gathered, to find a
notation, to the problem of keeping this business financed.
"What has the Committee done? Does it believe that
smply by Toeing in existence, it has found the way out, and
&£& nothing- further is required than a rather- tenous mem--
Ijers&ip in such a committee. .,.,'' 4.    *
Dnee-citizens assume this responsibility, as a part ot
democratic living, they can scarcely just drop the matter.   -•
Mthis meeting, the operator assured those present that
am&nfence service would be continued as long as the present
zasnrance coverage on the vehicle was .in effect, but tnat
Anyhow he gave a
him some standing, is quite fre- quiet sad sigh and went down
quently seen in these inland and on his way.
waters and seems to be a scav- Perhaps they -are like many
enging predator tnat gangs up of nature's predators, quite
on anything eatable and can timid when they meet up with
and does attack whales, more the unknown. Also the glitter
often a cow with a calf. They on the water made it hard to see
•are also the deadly enemy of anything clearly,
seals and sea lions and the The Makah Indians of Cape
larger fish. Flattery hunted them, accord-
CD. Scammons book ''The ing to Scammon, as the very
Marine Mammals of the Pacific white fat and flesh was con-
North ■ West" gives a fine des- sidered superior to other whales
cription of these carnivore by these folks. The Indians now
attacking- a California gray have no whales to take and I
whale and her calf in the Gulf fear would not be able to use
of California. He also examined them if could. The day when
the stomach contents of a 16 these people could digest large
foot Killer to find 14 seals and amounts   of  putrescent meat is
13 porpoise therein.
in the past. About as far as they
Their turn of speed must be can get now is dry dog salmon.
phenomenal to catch a porpoise The Indians had their own
as these creatures play around way of whaling before the ad-
the fastest ships with ease. vent   of  the   European   whaler,
There is the occasional salty although in principle the
yarn of the Killer attacking method was the same. The
man but .'Scammon says at the lance was yew wood 18 feet
first sight "of their boats they long, with a detachable head,
disappeared and that is how this head being fastened to an
they act in these parts. inflated sealskin bouy.
The only, time'I came close to ; Eight men in a 35 foot canoe
one of these whales was rowing Would paddle up to a whal* and
home from Hopkins one moon- spear it, when it would im-
light evening. I still had a line mediately sound. On its return
out and the moonglitter was to the surface the same spearing
quite strong on the water when and another bouy, until the
I saw this group coming past animal expired. Then the sev-
the wharf. I never gave them eral canoes would tow it to the
another thought until here they beach where they rendered fat
were all around the "boat and for trading and ate as much as
blowing. they  could.  The  small whaling
A particularly big fellow - fleet on the West Coast still
came ..up about 30 :feet away, carries on, and now that whal-
and gave "me a good look and ing is under International agree-
what with his mean eye -and big  men, it may be that there will
zwrtM would he Necessary before the"insur"ance' would  be ; dorsal fin all shining and wet always be the'odd one around
action  would De  necebsway   uci-u^ ^ ^^ ^ altogether very com- to remind us of the past.
On speaking to the operator this week, we learn that the
Insurance has but a short time left before lapsing. Also we
faam that'the Chairman of the committee is in Toronto.
We would suggest that this committee of citizens might
eossider a meeting in, the near future, if anthmg is to done
S Sure Se continuance of the Ambulance service. The
2tX that the original meeting salved the feelings of the
3SSSM we anfafraid, prove som^wju!t:erroneous^__
Clearing House
tr School Teachers
:Nerw type of "clearing house"
«afsssg3M»a to facilitate contact be-
ifwses school boards and teachers
aeeluttg  positions   is   operating
B.C. Business
Fair To Good
From the Bank of Montreal Letter for July 22, the overall-picture
for the province is fair to good.
"BPJTfSH COLUMBIA—Whereas
in! wholesale trade in June was in
J much the same figures as a year
The plan has been introduced by j ag0( retail trade improved slightly
t£he B.C. School Trustees' Associa- j over i,otix the previous month and
ttsos in co-operation with B.C. | june last year despite the reduced
Teachers' Federation. j demand for summer goods and ap-
Briefly, the Trustees are placing parel due to inclement weather,
advertisements advising teachers 1 Collections continue fair. Manu-
-wfao are looking for positions to j facturing and industrial plants are
apply either to the BCSTA or the ; steadily employed and there is in-
Teaehers' Federation for a list of creased activity in the shipyards,
places open. j Frost damage in the Okanagan or-
The Federation maintains a com-; chards is reported less than orig-
•wlete list of vacancies as reported , inally estimated and the over-all
i>y School Boards, amending it as ■ apple crop is expected to be only
additional vacancies are reported j slightly below normal. Demand is
or existing positions filled, and each j strong for all types of lumber at
applicant is supplied with the Iat- j increased prices due in large part
est list. '• I to the strike in U.S. north-west saw-
The teacher looking for a place ( mill and logging camps. The pack
can then" write' tp the boards- listed, j Df all grades of salmon  this year
So far approximately 1400 of these
lists have been sent out.
Ultimately it is expected the
plan, in full operation, will establish greater efficiency in placing
teachers.
It is expected "the plan will receive wide endorsement at -.the
Trustees' Association convention
-kb Penticton at the end of Septem-
to. July 3, amounted to 17.50S 48-
lb$. cases as compared with 63,201
cases to July. 4 last year. Coal output for the month of May was 100,-
471 short tons as against 101,751
in May 1053, Grain, shipments from
the Port of Vancouver for the crop
year -to July S. totalled 108,847,860
bushels as-.compared with 90,991.-
054 bushels for the corresponding
period larjt year."
Letters To The Editor"...
TO   "A   MOTHER"
Your letter to the Coast News
PENDER POWER
The position  of Pender Har-
of July   15th shows   a  colossal .1 bour in  relation to power  and
conceit on your part,  and also j light  is rather unfortunate and
evidence   that   you   have
Learned to read properly.
n<°t  their Board of Trade have not
much  much   impression   at   the
My letter re salaries etc. was   Socred front in Victoria
written (and this was clearly
stated) in response to an Editorial and not in, reply to your
letter.
Now if you would like some
of your charges against thej
school and teachers answered,;
I will answer them as an individual under on;e condition;
that is that you publish your
name and therby assume resJ
ponsibility for what you say.
I write under my own name,
and being to some extend in the
public eye, feel that I must con-!
fine myself to facts. You have
been writing under a pseudonym and are in a position tp
take liberties with the truth
and, in my opinion, do so.
If you 'are sincere in your
desire to improve the school I
think that you should come out
in the open and fight, there you
will be more effective. You
might have to take a few
knocks, but you will gain the
respect of some, whilst if you
continue your destructive criticism from under cover you will
gain  nothing but contempt.
I would not like to leave the
impression that I disagree with
nil that you say. Don't be surprised if I agree, with you on
gome points.
The next move is yours.
W. G. Peers.
There are several reasons for
this delay, and they go back to
Whatshan and the resignation
of Col. Weston, who had practi-
caly completed the plais, and,
as he told me, had $150,000.00
to start work on the power line.
Since then Powell River and
its environs have come into the
piicture which now entails a
much larger commitment, in
fact, an area three times larger
than is now being served by the
Clowholm plant.
The  situation   now  resolves
itself into a major expense for
a high tension line with perhaps
steel towers etc.
In this regard I should like
to suggest that the Power Commission be advised of the suitability of crossing the head of
Porpoise Bay, and meet up with
the Half Moon Bay logging
roads, and then out along the
main road of the Powell River
Log show which takes a direct
line to Pender Harbour.
This road will have hardly
any timber to fall and is only a
short span dov/n to the new
Agamemnon road. It would expedite matters a great deal if
this route was feasible and
would also be much shorter
than the main highway.
L.S. Jackson.
Fish Of The
onth
Mr. Bob Knowles of North .Vancouver, was the winner of a fine
leather-bound fishing basket, when
his recorded 20%-lb. Spring remained the largest entry in July at
Haddock's, at Pender Harbour.
There will be another big trophy
worth fishing for during the month
of August, the prize to be announced next week.
On Tuesday, young Shirley Haddock had the misfortune to fall
while playing, and suffered a badly
cut knee, when she lit on a sharp
rock. Shirley was rushed over to
St. Mary's Hospital, where Dr.
Hichins took charge. It is expected
that she will be well in a short
time.
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the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. Sunshine   Coast  T-iorlge  NO.   76 I.O.O.F.  MEETS   PARISH   HALL  Gibsons, 2nd & 4th Friday  Roberts Creek  Round-up  SEAVIEW  LUMBER  Lumber  Roofings  Paints  BUILDERS'    HARDWARE  and SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 92 R  At the Sign of the Home  For AH  SUMMER   SUPPLIES  Shop At  MURDOCH'S  Phone   11 J  PENDER   HARBOUR  Clothing  Fishing- Equipment  ��� Boating Needs  Groceries  Frozen Foods  SOLNIK  SHELL SERVICE  See Us For  MOTOR TUNE-UPS  AND REPAIRS.  * *     *     *  We'll Keep Your Car  In Summer Driving Trim  * #     #     *  TIRES,    TUBES,    BOOTS,  ETC.  O- *|~ ^A, *ju  w n* *i�� �������  Marine  Engines  Repaired.  *  *  *  PvEST ROOM  Phone 48C ��� Sechelt  i  by Madge   Newman  SHAW - WHITE NUPTIALS  A pretty home wedding  uniting two well known families took place at noon August  1st.  The service performed by  Rev. C. Harbord, took place  before the flower banked fireplace. The bride was Eljeanor,  elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  E.J. Shaw, and the groom Alan  White, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.  White, -who came from Victoria  for the wedding.  The bride wore a charming  gown of ecru satin with white  accessories and was attended  by the groom's sister, Mrs Gordon Reeves. Edward Shaw  supported  the  groom.  Only immediate members of  the families attended the wedding, -among them Mr. and Mrs.  John Reeves and sons from  Jordon River.  Following a buffet luncheon  which included -a beautiful, cake  made by Mrs. Shaw and decorated by Mr. F. Downes, .the  young couple left for a trip to  the Island, the bride travelling  in a cream suit and white accessories. Upon their return' they  will reside in Vancouver..  STRATFORD   PARTY  Much hilarity and goings on  at Stratford Camp last Friday  night when Mrs. Ruth Mitchell,  whose birthday it was, was the  honored guest. After darkness  descended over the badminton  court,     effectively    terminating j  wauons  This is published for the information of operators of public  freight and passenger vehicles,  to remind them of their responsibilities, and perhaps to save  someone trouble due to forget-  fulness.  Unless  otherwise   ordered  by  the Commission) in writing with  respect   to  'any  vehicle,   every  licensed   freight  vehicle   shall,  while being operated on a highway,   have  displayed   on   both  sides thereof, so as to be cle'arly  visible to the public, in letters  and figures  not less  than  two  (2) inches  high,-the name  and  address   of   the   owner   of  the  vehicle,    as    registered    under  the "Motor Vehicle Act," or the  registered  trade name and address  of  the owner of the vehicle.  Every holder of a license for  a motor vehicle shall cause to  be clearly marked in a conspicuous place on both sides of the  vehicle in figures or etters not  t  enthusiast'    lately   joining    the  ranks   of   hothouse   owners  is  Ted   Sh'aw who  has   a   yen  to  grow orchids.'  N.B. If Torenia is not the  right way to spell, just call it  Wishbone. After all, our specialty  is  Blackberry.  BAZAAR .  VON Auxiliary members are  concentrating on the home  cooking department of their  bazaar to be held Friday 6th in  the Legion Hall in. the e vein ing.  If   it   is  food   you   want,   don't  less than one inch in height, in  the case  of  a   freight  vehicle,  the gross weight of the motor  vehicle   and in  the   case   of  a  passenger   vehicle,    the   maximum number of passengers that  may be carried under the terms  of  the  license;   and   no  person  shall   operate  on a  highway a  motor    vehicle    for    which     a  license is required unless  it is  marked   as   required   by   this  section.  In this section "Gross Weight",  means the maximum weight of  a motor-vehicle when loaded to  the maximum capacity authorized under the -license of the  vehicle..  .  "Freight Vehicle" includes a  public freight vehicle, a limited  freight vehicle and a private  freight  vehicle."  Tlie provisions of the Motor  Carrier Act and Regulations do  not apply toe- Any private  freight vehicle while operated  for the transportation at any  one time of not more than 300  pounds of freight.  Thursday August 5,  1954       The  Coast News  F. R. CORLEY  Painting, Interior-Exterior,  Paperhanging.  QUALIFIED   JOURNEYMAN  Phone Gihsons 57 S  the exciting tournament between  players of all ages, the group  moved indoors to the playroom  and .spent the evening square-  dancing, rhythm banding and  singing after which 'a, sumptous  supper was served.  Attending the party from  Vancouver were Doug Warne,  Ralph Galliford, Mr. .and Mrs.  G.H. Burke, Miss Marilyn  Burke and Miss Sharleen Ed  kind and two friends.  NEIGHBORHOOD   BLOOMS  And how 'are your Torenias?  today? That is the question we  gardeners are asking these  days. To the uneducated the  flower may be known, as the  Wishbone Flower on account of  it, has a perfect little wishbone  in the middle of its little p'wrple  and mauve face.. As a matter  of fact if you haven't a greenhouse you haven't any torenias.  but the Greenhouse Gents in  this area have both, and although the dainty little plant  may grow like anything in.  Florida it is quite a feat to keep  them alive here. So far the  G.C's are holding their own,  'and very pretty and colorful  indeed are the blooms. If you  haven't seen the Eades or  Reeves begonias and other flowers too numerous to mention,  you have missed 'a treat. Mr.  Eades is in the amateur class,  but so far his flowers don't  know it, 'and are growing in  colorful abundance, weedless  and well-fed. Mr. Reeves and  Mr. Downes have been famous  for their garden?, particularly  begonias,    for    years. ' Another  A QUICK REVIEW  OF ITEMS IN WHICH WE FEEL  JOHN WOOD  Can Serve You Better  Campers' Supplies:  From A frying Pan To A Coleman Stove.  Fishing Needs:  Landing* Nets, Fishing Rods, Reels, Lines, Lures-  *  To Charts of The Coastal Waters.  Gardening  Requirements:  Pest Controls:  Indoors And Out.  Canning Supplies:  Kitchenware:  IN ALUMINUM, ENAMEL ,PYREX & PLASTIC,  As Well As  FINE CHINA & GLASS  j miss this opportunity.  SOCIAL  Captain James Harvey, well-  known pioneer of this districe,  has returned to Hycroft after  spending* a week at the old  home-site here. During his  short stay he was taken ill but  made a complete recovery  under the careful nursing of his  daughter Mrs. Ben Fellowes.  The Fellowes family have returned to the city to take in the  BEG but will return later for  the remainder  otf the  summer.  A stranger to these parts for  manw' months is Tom Loney,  who last week end paid us a  visit. Since his last appearance  here he has been to England,  has spent three months in  Toronto and also some time in  Chicago. Mr. Loney, a former  resident in this 'area, is now  living in Vancouver, an employee of the Film Exchange.  Mrs. C.F.. Haslam and Mrs.  J. Davies entertained at a  dinner party last week for a  number of July Babies. Babies  ranged in age' from 4 to 81.  August 25  August 26  August 27  August 28  August 30  August 31  - Septwibef  Septen**'  September  September  September  _ Wednesday  __ Thursday  Friday  . salwday  _ Monday  _Tuesday  l__Wed.  2���Thursday  3 fiiday  4 __ Saturday  6_ Monday  '^���*rf  OF EVEHTS  V Opening Day    -  Bfilish Columbia Day  Washington Sta    J'  a**.- fflSS  *������.^Veterans D��y  Aimed F����s ��"�� ^ o, Hall0M  ci* ��**���*��� St K  Jo!iii Wm  wmm i mmm  Phone Your Hardware Number: Gibsons 32  CANADIAN  WHISKY  G^&imtatd @$&z<?7id ��%4d��//et4 <��&/.  AMHERSTBURG,  ONT. VANCOUVER.   B.   C.  This advertisement is not published or displayed by ihe Liquor Control Board of the Government of British Columbia 4  The Coast News      Thursday August 5, 1954  ALLAN & BARTER  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.  Sechelt  Don't Say Bread  Say   "McGAVIN'S"  Norman  Stewart  Local Sales Rep.  E.E. 1, GIBSONS  Pho^e Gibsons 67 A  Power Outage  Power will be off next Sunday, August  8th. from 6:00 a.m. to approximately 7:30  a.m. This shutdown is to allow mainten-  ance work on both Sechelt main Substation  and Gibsons Substation.  #  fast ferry service  *.- ���: ��� ���   .. -y-  BETWEEN  HORSESHOE   BAY  (West Vancouver)-NANAIMO  Via De Luxe MV. Kahloke ��� No Reservations Required  Daylight Saving Time  ily: 8 a.m., 12 noon, 4 p.m., 8 p.m., 12 midnife  VICTORIA-PORT ANGELES SERVICE:  4 TRIPS DAILY VIA MV. CHINOOK  VANCOUVER CITY, B. C. Motor  Transportation, 150 Dunsmuir        HORSESHOE BAY, Ferry Terminal,  Marine 2421 Whyiecliff 3581  BLACK BALL LINE, LTD.  by Aries  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Billingsley  and family are at Clowolm  Fallswhile Mr. and Mrs. Schot  are on  vacation.  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. O.  Engen is Mr. Peul Engen of  Surrey.  Mrs. F. Marshall of Vancouver, and Mrs. A. Cook of Victoria have been; guests of Mrs.  Daisy Clampitt. Nov/ visiting  Mrs. Clampitt is her sister Mrs.  N.  Earsman  of Vancouver.  Mrs. M'abel MacFarlane has  her daughter, Mrs. R. Jonas of  Seattle and Grandaughter for  a few days, also Mrs. A. Warner  visiting Mrs.  B.  Reid.  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gibbons  with Judy and Kenny are  guests of Mr. Fred Gibbons.  Mrs. A. Crucil has left for  Missouri U.S.A. Went down by  plane for a few weeks vacation.  Many happy returns to Kathie  Toynbee, spending her birthday at L.M. and N. Camp near  Fgmont. Will celebrate again on  coming home. Hear she had a  wonderful birthday party with  the Longacre family, and all  her former  school  mates.  Mrs. Jean Pearson and son  Nicholas visiting the Redmani  Estate, also Mr. Syr Redman  and Mr. Blake Cripwell, all of  Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Guy Powell  with Eleanor and Elaine are \  leaving Sechelt to live near  Aldergrove. We are sorry to see  them go. They have been in  Sechelt a long time and have  been wonderful workers for the  community.  Coming back to Sechelt to  Jive are Mr. and Mrs. Louis  Hansen.  Two other local girls have  found employment here, Noni  Pratt at the Union Store and  Kathie Rouse at the Village  Bakery.  WARREN HARTLEY  JOINS FISHERIES PATROL  Warren Hartley of Garden Bay,  Pender Harbour, started patrol  duty with the Federal Fisheries Department this . week.: His district  will be from Vancouver Bay to the  head of Jervis Inlet. Mr. Hartley  has   seen   active   service   in   both  World   Wars.    In   World   War   II,  he   w*as   a   Flight   Lieutenant   in  Wilson Greek  by   Minus Three  At Sea Beach Motel, Mr. and  Mrs. Norman Burley and their  daughter   Audrey   are  spending  . a short vacation.  I   Ron Whitaker hopes that local  residents   will   co-operate   with  i him   on   the   garden-sprinkling  hours now in effect.  I     Mrs.   Y.   Kubo,   Richard   and  I Mrs.  M Oike are back from a  busy   berry-picking   season    at  Aldergrove.  Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brackley  spent a pleasant week-end at  Mission, visiting old friends  and neighbours.  Sorry to report that Mrs.  Steve MacDonald suffered a  nasty accident while boarding  the boat to return home from  camp at Jervis Inlet. She is!  resting at home^ with neighbours kindly assisting.  A very successful dance was  held by the Wilson Creek Softball team last Saturday, in the  Wilson Creek Community Hall  Doug and Fred Oike were in  charge, and the music was supplied by Jack Whitaker. One of  the best crowds ever, and several house parties concluded a  "fine bit of a do"..  Something new has been  started locally by a former resi-  and Mrs. H.E. LeWarne, assisted by Mr. LeWarne Sr., are  busy with Crab Traps set out at  Porpoise Bay. Besides a market  in Vancouver, fresh crabs and  crabmeat are supplied locally.  We wish them good luck in  this venture.  Pacific National  Exhibition  Reminder of closing dates for  entries in the livestock and poultry divisions has been issued by  V. Ben Williams, General Manager,  Pacific National Exhibition, the  West's biggest Fair which runs  from August 25th to Sept. 6th, inclusive, at Vancouver.  Entries are again expected to  tax building capacities, but Mr.  Williams warns that August 11th  is the closing date for the poultry  and livestock divisions.  L��arcs{PAvaiiafeie For.  B.C. Teacher-Sfiidenfs  The B.C. Government has  announced a policy of making  funds available to students  desirous of training for the  Teaching Profession. A fund of  one hundred thousand dollars  has been set up, which it is  likely will be loaned to students at $900.00 each, in an  effort to encourage more to  train as teachers, and help fill  the ever growing demand.  The teachers training under  this loan, it is stated, will be  required to begin their teaching  in rural areas, "where the need  is greatest, at least until the  loan has been repaid to the  Government.  At present there are 1400 new  teachers required, and only 550  graduated last year. The number is constantly increasing.  B.W.M. BONE  Chartered  Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  ��� TAtlow 1954 ���  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  Are You  We   can   supply   Men   and  Material  for any  Job.  CARPENTERS  PLUMBERS  ELECTRICIANS  POINTERS  Bnilding Supplies  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 K ���  charge of radar installations in  Burma and he has the distinction of  being the only Canadian to receive  the Burma Star.  EATON'S of CANADA  PRESENTS THE NEW  FALL and WINTER CATALOGUE  . . . offering Canadians the exceptional range of  choice, the scale of leading values for their money,  the dependability of merchandise and the careful  attention to filling of orders that has made  EATON'S the Canadian word for Service and,  Value! For 85 years the same continuing policies  under EATON family management. . . .IT PAYS  TO SHOP AT EATON'S is the buying slogan,  coast to coast!  Now Being Sent to EATON Cu$tomers.  Available on Request to Winnipeg Mail Order.  <HT. EATON C��  ��� "   .    CANADA ^"*tJH/  LIMITED  CLAYTON'S GROCERY  CAMPERS and SHOPPERS:  WHEN IN SECHELT TRY  CANADA PACKERS" PRODUCTS with the  POINTS    FOR    FREE    ROGERS    SILVERPLATE  II,  FOR BETTER CAKES  Be  Sure To  Collect  your  Points  Agents  For  FLORAL CO.  VANCOUVER  //  owers  ror  F,  O  cessions  a  Canning Requirements:  <  RINGS - SEALERS - WAX -  II  II  II  II  \Lf  etc.  Meats, Vegetables, Fruits  Shortenings and Soaps  Fruit in Season  Fresh and Frozen Foods  Patent Medicines, Toiletries  SECHELT Gower.  Port ft/leiioit  To Play Woodfibre  The honor of the Mid Peninsula  Soft Ball League rests with Port  Mellon when that team goes to  Woodfibre on Sunday, August Sth,  for  the   lirst  game   of   the  series.  by Gypsy Towers  It was a gala  day for  Mr. and  Mrs. Walter.B. Coates of the North jThe secoud Same wiU be played at  Road on Saturday, July 31st, whenjPOTt   Mellon   on   August   15th,   at  a  family  reunion  took  place  and!2:30 P-"��-   Sh0llld a third game be  2S   members   of   the'c-ates   Clan  rehired,  the  date  and  place   will  The Coast News 5  Thursday August 5, 1954  be published.  All players and fans  are pulling for Port Mellon.  The regular  schedule,  published  elsewhere  in  this   issue,  will   con-  "Come to the. kitchen and keep  .-cooir.  Wouldn't that be heaven in the  summertime? Actually, there's no  need to turn the cooking corner into  a virtual heat trap, even, in the hottest weather. The smart cook plans  rJi, cool summer for herself, and a  nutritious one for her family.  Here's how she does it. Cans and  . packages of staple  foods line her  kitchen    shelf.    Condensed    soups,  (packaged rice and noodles, pudding  j mixes',  canned   beef  gravy,   meats  ���land vegetables, spaghetti, and pork  and beans put quick meals at her  fingertips.   A  little   bit of cooking  .... a lot of hearty eating!  A shelf; meal with table appeal  features beef noodle ring. A can of  beef or a cup or 2 leftover cooked  beef, combined flavorfully with canned beef gravy and circled with  noodles���there's the main dish. To  .complement it .  .  .  a  canned  or  shelf   or   garden),   and   a   chilled  pudding. .  Many dishes are enhanced with  canned beef gravy. It's superb in  stews, meat pies, and hash; or  poured over croquettes, meat loaf,  chops, or vegetables. Poured into a  ring of mashed potatoes or rice, it  revives the laziest appetites. Servo  beef gravy with pork, lamb, veal, or  poultry as well as with beef. It adds)  goodness to every meat it touches.  BEEF NOODLE RING  I8-ounco package noodles  1 small onion,  minced  lean  (l'/t cups) beef gravy  1 to 2 cups cooked beef, chopped  Cook noodles according to directions on package. Meanwhile, brown  onion in small amount of butter.  Add beef gravy and meat to onion;  allow to simmer 10 minutes. Arrange cooked, drained noodles into, ,,  a ring on large platter. Pour beef' iVlouteith  Promontory���looking for-  turned up from varioui yart of  Canada and the Unite^ States.  From Washington, D.C., came Wing  Commander Walter Coates, 11, wife ,  and   children   Sharon   and   Walter Itilllie   as   originally   planned,   with  III.    From  Calgary  came  Mr.and|one exception.   Any further altera-  Mrs.     Stanley     Wood     aiid     Mrs.  Gladys Coates.  Arriving from Vancouver   came   daughter   Geraldine  Cadenhead,   son   and   two   grandchildren, making 4 generations  in  all.    Daughter   Dorothy   Higginbot-  tom.   who   incidentally   was   celebrating her 23rd wedding anniversary and her  two  children Louise  and Margaret.  Son Norman and his  wife and young Danny from next  door.  Youngest son Ralph and wife  and son Johnny;  Gordon and Ruth  j-iiickus and daughter Carol all turning in and enjoying a picnic lunch  in    the   spacious    grounds.    Then  came   a   motor   cavalcade   around  .the Peninsula by way of sampling  the growth and beauty of the Sunshine Coast.     "  Another interesting guest up to  spend a few days with the Coates  families was Mr. Michael St. James,  a world traveller and old-time  friend of the family. Oh, for the  quiet life in the Country!  Mr. and Mrs. Percy Farnsworth  popping around, renewing old acquaintances���looking the picture of ; Church.  ���ealth  and  exuberance.   Doing a. ' 2Q���21  ���  Annual   Fair  little    baby    sitting   for    daughter j;^ Gibgons Sch(jol  and  adjacent  Leonus    Ayles.     The    latter    very ; ^  ,.  happy  in  their  new  home  on  the i  Aug.   21   ���   Gibsons   School  tions in the schedule will be noted  from time to time.  Date   Pad  Aug.   7 ��� Roberts   Creek-  Sports  Day.  Aug. 7 ��� Roberts Creek,  Teen Town Dance following  Sports  Day,   Community Hall.  Aug. 8��� Farmers' Institute  Jr. Garden Cliub, Jr Poultry  Club, Picnic, Elphinstone Park.  Aug. 12 ��� Gibsons, Seacrest,  St. Mary's Altar Society Bazaar  at 10 a.m.  Aug. 13 ��� Legion Hall Gibsons, 7 p.on. Oddfellows D.D.  and G.M.. visit, all brothers  please attend.  Aug. 18 ��� Sechelt Legion  Hall, Holy Family Bazaar and  Home Cooking at 8 P-m.  Aug 20 ��� Roberts Creek,  Annual sale of work and tea by  the W.A. Roberts Creek United  ANGLICAN CHURCH  August 8th, 1954  8th Sunday after Trinity  ��� St.     Bartholomew's     Church  ' Gibsons  7.30 p.m. Evensong  St.   Hilda's   Church   ���   Sechelt  11:00  a.m.  Morning  Prayer  St. Aidan's Church  Roberts Creek  11:00 a.m. Holy Communion  St.   VINCENT'S   MISSIONS  August 8th, 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  UNITED CHURCH  Sunday School  Gibsons ��� 9:45 a.m.  Public  Worship  ���   11:00  a.m.  Roberts Creek ��� 2 p.m.  Wilson Creek Sunday School  11:00 a.m.  Public   Worship   ���   3:30   p.m.  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   Moridav.   7:30   p.m.  Evangelistic Service  Tuesday 7:30 p.m.  BETHEL   CHURCH  Sechelt  Sunday School 2:00 p.m.  Sunday Gospel 3:00 p.m.  Xovusb-o^  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.  *J��  WITH TOE  J^^^J^^tahle. iruit salad (fromlings.'  gravy mixture into center. 4 sefv-  Use Tile Coast News Classified  ward to teaching in the Fall at the Trian>  annual  Fair Dance.  CSibson school. {      Oct.   20  ���  St.  'Bartholomew's  Reports from Gram Chaster indK'j\7.A.   annual   turkey  supper.  .. '   Nov.  5  ���   St.  Bartholomew's  [���.annual bazaar.  DIRECTORY  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phont  For Reference  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  PENINSULA  ACCOUNTING     SERVICE  jAU Types, of Accounting Problems  ��� Expertly Attended  Gibsons:  Mondays   & Fridays  Sechelt: Tuesdays  &  Thursdays  G.O.   FAHRNI  Box 22 Phone 44'  ���      GIBSONS      ��� ���  BUILDING   SUPPLIES  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES. LTD.  *WE'    CARRY     THE     STOCK"  Phone Gibsons  53  iilFT STORE  Notions ��� Cards ��� Toys  Miscellaneous   Gifts  THRIFTEE    STORES  ��,<-Ft  of Post  Offiuf  GIBSONS,   B.C.  Headquarters   (or   Wool,  MACHTNIS'TS  BULLDOZING  TRACTOR   WORK  (Clearing  -  Grading   -,-. Excavating,  D-4 & D-6   Bulldozing  Clearing   T^eth  A.E. RITCHEY,  Phone    GIBSONS    86  BUILDING    CONTRACTING  BULLDOZING  Hon Vernon R.R.I Gibsons,  Phone 26 W  CLEANERS  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners for  the Sechelt  Peninsula.  ��� Phones ���  Gibsons 100 ��� Sechelt 45 J  ELECTRICAL WORK  ����������� ��� .i   ��� -       ��� ������������ '       ' ���'     -"���'       ' i     ���-,.    ���  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  KILLS MACHINE SH03*  Mobilized   Welding  H'Hding  anywhere  ���   AnyliJii-  Expert  Tradesmen  precision   Machinists  Phone  54   ���  R*"S.   78  MiUMBINO  MARSHALL'S    PLUMBTNO  .   HEATING   and   SUPPLIES  Phone  Gibsons  C4S. -   104.  -   or 3:;  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 for  PROPANE   GAS  Combination Gas Ranges  Sales and  Installations  (Free  Estimates)  Electric and Gas Hot Plates  NEW'&  USED   FURNITURE  LINOLEUMS  Phone 30 S Sechelt  c.v.ie that she is buck to her old-time  happy self and feeling, much improved.  Sou   .Kenneth,    wife   Betty   and i  Children Diane and Roy whooping  it   up   at   Craigowan.    A   week   of  Gower breezes certainly does wonders for those that like it. and Kenneth   and   his   family   looking   and  feeling   the   better   of   their   visit.  Expected momentarily by Mr. and  Mrs.  Jimmy' Beaton,  are  daughter  Muriel,  husband  Harry  Wood and  dynamic young son Ernest and baby  Michael,    from    Portland,    Oregon,  coming to stir up the cockles and  shells  and  partake  of  'Grandma's'  famous cooking and take advantage  of 'Grandpa's* baby sitting.  A happy event took place in Vancouver on Saturday when Pat Mar-  ston. a frequent and popular visitor  to Gower, became the charming  bride of Rodney Clapperton.  Penny and Jackie Bartlett. of  Luraby visiting their .grandmother,  Mrs. A. B. B. Hill���really growing  into charming young ladies.  Sorry to note how the Gower  Road is succumbing to the heavy  traffic and getting quite wash-  boardy again���oh. what a good lick  with the tar. brush would do for it!  r   Nov  IS   ���  Gibson's,  Anglican  -"������arish Hall, W.I. Tea and bazaar.  THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ���  Roberts Creek ��� Lower Road,  100 ft. fronlage, one acre land,  3 bedroom house, electric lights,  phone, water, needs repair, a  gift at $1450 cash.  FOR   INSURANCE  OR REAL ESTATE SBS  Totem   Realty  Phone Gibsons 44  Evenings  95J  Member Association of B.C.  Real  Estate  Agents.  FOR SALE  Rough   and   Planed   Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  KOLTERMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  Bush wood, Fir and Alder.  Current prices. STAG FUELS,  phone 21J, Gibsons. tfn  CLASSIFIED  Police  Court News  In Magistrate Johnston's court  this week, William Dalton;  Brown of Pender Harbour, for  driving his car contrary to restrictions on his driver's license  was fined $25 and costs.     ���  WORK   WANTED  Spray and Brush Painting; also paper hanging. J. Melhus.  Phone Gibsons 33. tfn  WANTED  TO  BUY  ___-J ��� ���-   ���   ��� ,������-f....  14 foot Clinker Built Boat,  state beam, depth, price, etc.  Box 7, Coast News. 32  FOR RENT  A cottage, living room, big  kitchen, bedroom, shower bath,  located right on beach in Gibsons, $30 a month unfurnished.  Apply A. Struck, Gibsons, B.C.  31  WANTED TO RENT  Near Selma Park or  Sechelt,  Theft of a tire from the S & S   one   unfurnished   cabin   or   unfurnished room, by month. Box  5, Coast News. 32  Service Station, under $25.00  value, cost two men plenty.  Nels Gustave Haslam was fined  $50 and costs, and his accomplice Neil Newick .both of Pender   Harbour,   wEis   also   fined.  WANTED TO RENT or LEASE  School teacher, with wife  and three children, want to rent  fifty dollars and costs, as well or preferably lease an unfurn-  as an additional fine of $25 for ished, house in the Sechelt-Wil-  drivinig without a current son Creek vicinity. Phone  driver's  license. j Elgin    4394     or    write     Q.M.  Leonard McLennan of Van- j Russell, 49, E. 64th Ave, Vancouver was fined $10 and costs couver, B.C. 32  for  having  beer   in; his  posses  sion, being a minor, and $5.00  for entering a beer parlour.  SELMA PARK  COMMUNITY  CENTRE    TO     CARRY    ON  HELP  WANTED  See Coast News For  Letter Heads, Statements  Tickets, Cards  Neat, Individual Styling.  CARD OF THANKS  Caretaker required for a four  room cottage at Hopkkns Landing  in  exchange   for   light   repairs   and   painting,   furnished.  The Citizens' Committee, formed , A    ly Mn R H   Fehr^ Hopkins  to deal with the problem of in- Ta-ndme  creased Water Rates at Sechelt  and area, have announced that they  have forwarded the completed petition asking fpr" a review and., another hearing on the matter, to the  Public. Utilities Commission.  The Selma Park Community Center has undertaken now to follow  up the original work of this Committee in making arrangements for  the hearing, once a reply has been  received from the P.U.C. Further  steps must await that reply.  I would like to express my  sincere thanks to kind friends  and neighbours, for their  thoughtful kindness in sending  their messages, cards and good  wishes, as well as other means  of helping out, during my  recent illness and period in  hospital.  Chris Johnston.  Two   cleared   lots   -   Sechelt  Highway,       strategic     business  corner,  less than  3   miles from  Gibsons. Full price $1750.  Totem Realty, Gibsons.  For sale, three .roomed rouse  with electricity, on five acres  with timber, garden, flowers.  Mrs. Harlow G. Smith, Reid Rd,  Gibsons. 31  View lot at Granthams - a  steal at $350. Totem Realty at  Gibsons.  A Piano, with Player, Walnut  case, Bench. This piano is in top  condition, $295.00 ��� Phone  Gibsons  53. tfn  FOR   SALE  Two bedroom home,, lights,  phone;, water, on "two most  ���attractive lots, on newly surfaced road, wonderful view  property, level walk to P.O.  only $4725 on - terms. Totem  Realty  at Gibsons.  Planet Jr. tractor, plow, disc,  cultivator etc., A.l. shape, $350.  Apply C. Huggins, Gambier  Harbour.  Huge   Mbderm  Iris,   six   different    $2.00,    including    prize  winners.   A.G.   Andrews,   Granthams  Landing. 31  Pratt Road ��� 600 foot frontage, 20 acres, 3 bedroom house,  garage, etc., $4200; $700 down.  Totem Realty at Gibsons.  Barred Rock R.O.P. Cockerels  $3..00. Mr. Meek, Upper Elphinstone Road, R.R.l Gibsons.  31  Sechelt    Highway    at    Pratt  Road  - 429     ft.     frontage     on,  Sechelt     Highway,     most     de-.  sirable level property, $4200 on  terms. Totem Realty at Gibsons,  Four-room house, plumbing,  lights, with garage, improved  lot, lawn and garden. Porpoise  Bay view. $3000.00. Box 9,  Coast News. tfn.  Gibsons - two room house,  90 ft lot, near beach, level to  P.O. full price $1230. Totem  Realty  at  Gibsons.  Byng Cherries, No. 1. 20  cents lb. Montieth, R.R.l Gibsons.  Main Street Gibsons - one  only cleared view lot, only $950  Totem Realty at Gibsons.  14  ft  clinker  boat,   3.5   H.P.  Briggs and Stratton engine with  clutch.  Perfect  condition,  $275.  E.   Lovell,   near   Gov't.   Supply...  Wharf,   Gibsons. 31  PRATT ROAD BARGAIN ���  5 ACRES $675.00. TOTEM  REALTY.  GIBSONS  Cabinet radio, 3 pc. chesterfield suite green, 1 wine chair,  .1 colonial bed complete, 1 panel  bedstead, spring filled mattress,  kitchen table and 5 chairs. To  be sold before Aug 15th. Cheap.  Mrs. Lymer. 2nd hou.e before  Midway.  Business opportunities for  sale ��� come in for full details,  cafe, guest lodge, motel, lovely1  7 bedroom home ideal for  board and room, fully equipped  shipyard, steam sawmill with  all equipment on 32 acres of  waterfront, grand hotel site.  Its listed with us if its worth'  while listing. Totem Realty at  Gibsons.  Half acre partly cleared, new  4 roomed house, bathroom,  utility room, wired and plumbing. $3500 with $1500 cash.  Mrs. B. McLean, Roberts Creek.  tfn  ~~HILLCREST SUBDIVISION  watch next week's issue for  complete details ��� 32 good lots,  close in, any lot may be bought  for S75 down balance $15 per  month.  Totem  Realty,  Gibsons.  Logs and piling. T. Reeves,  Pratt Road, Gibsons. 32  LOTS ��� We specialize in/  building lots, wonderful values,  from $175 to $1100 ��� 53 to  choose from ��� most on very  Jow terms. Totem Realty at  Gibsons.  Four roomed cott ige, stone  fireplace. Close to Gower Beach.  Stucco siding. Duroid shingle  roof. Car-port, verandah*. Flat  lot. $2500 with very low cash  payment. I have other good  "buys" too. JOHN COLERIDGE-  REALTY,  Gibsons.  Soames  Point - 4  lots,  comfortable    Summer    cottage,    all  for $3150, very low terms.  Totem Realty at Gibsons.  INSURANCE  H.B.   Gordon   Agencies:   Real  Estate,   Car   Insurance,  Fire  Insurance.    Phone    Sechelt    53 J  Evenings    and    Holidays,    H.B  Gordon   81H.   or   T.E.   Duffy.  Fire - Auto - Liability. Prompt  courteous service  . .  Totem   Realty,   Gibsons.  tfn  WATCH REPAIRS  Fast, : -Accurate, -Guaranteed  Watch>"/r"eparirs. Marine Men's  Wear,'.Gibsons. tfn  WATCH REPAIR - All typeV  of watches and jewelry repaired. Reliable, fast, efficient.  Union  General  Store,   Sechelt.  tfo. 6  The  Coast News      Thursday August 5,  1954  YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO OUR SHOWING OF  BEAUTIFUL  FURS  FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.   AUGUST  6TH  AND  7TH  From 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m..  Estimates Given For Alterations And Repairs.  Artiste Beauty Salon  Located at "SEACREST".  across from Bal's  Block  GIBSONS  Mrs. V. R. Smith Phone 117 R  tm  FiSHiNGlFISHINGlFISHINQ  The Fish Are  Starting To Arrive ���  Be Ready To  Enjoy The Sport!  CHECK  OUR  BETTER    SELECTION  of SALT-CHUCK and  FRESH WATER FISHING TACKLE  *eJL>  "-HARDWARE-  Pender Harbour  by   Stan   Bowdler  The first long spell of real sum-  1 mer weather has brought visitors  i from everywhere, adding new life  j and color to all the Harbour activ-  , ities  Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ken-  A real collector's item, this! Viewing the fifty-cent Canadian  textiie postage stamp are (l-r) announcer Larry Paief, Jane Hutton  young vice-president, and the CBC Stamp Club's president Doug  Fatrick. The CBC Stamp Ciub, a Trans-Canada network feature, is  the largest organization cf its kind in the world and its many members include leading philatelists. On the weekly show, stamp news  is given, new issues are discussed, questions from members answered, and prominent philatelists are interviewed, on Saturdays,  9:30 a.m., en CBC stations.  Knowl&s  Phone   33  ���sgM  LTD.  Gibsons,  B.C.  H0P�� LMBIG Sin IAIMU  Think   Of  lt!  Sixteen Good Lots  Excellent Investment  All 16 For Only $2200.00  Its A Gift  less than $135. a lot  Always A Better Buy At  GIBSONS, B.C."  Anno unce Opening ���  Complete  Sign  Shop  Service  'SIGNS ��� BULLETINS ��� BANNERS  9 SHO - CARDS ��� ���'PRICE TICKETS  ? ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS ��CRESTS  �� SiLK SCREEN PROCESS  PRODUCTION  DISPLAYS ��PENNANTS  �� NOVELTIES  K  LETTERiftG  ood .or Plastic Cutout Letters  A Fully Equipped Sign Van will do your Lettering  Needs on the Job Anywhere on the Peninsula if  Required.  Neon Signs,  Sales & Service  SCOTCH-LITE  ROAD  SIGNS        ~  In Brilliant Beautiful Colors that light up at Night  with Car Headlights.  Quotations   cheerfully   given   without   obligation ���  Phone Gibsons 7U  Or visit our Shop next door to Gibsons Theatre in old  location of Hill's Machine Shop.  Gife.sorcs News  This   Also  Happened  by Albert Crowhurst  Congratulations to Mrs. Chatt  who celebrated her 80th Birthday last Saturday. Visiting her  on the occation was her daughter Mrs. Mclvor from. Port.  Kells, B.C., also her som Percy  from. Ocean Falls who made the  trip down in his own boat. Also  visiting the Chatts were Mr. and  Mrs. Ferber from Port Kells.  and Mrs. R. McGann from  Seattle. Mr. Chatt will celebrate his birthday August 6th.  Mrs. Nina Jones who operated  Nina's Dress Shop here before  going to Pender Harbour has  left the Peninsula and gone  back to Golden.  Sorry to hear th'at Mrs. -Bartle  had. a fall ,on the Wharf last  Sunday evening after she got  off the ferry. Understand she  broke her -wrist. Maybe the  powers that be could see that  we have more lighting on the  | wharf.  !     Mrs.  Jack Marshall and  two  ! children  have  gone  to  the  in.  i terior for a visit with her folks.  Glad   to   see   Mr.   Lymer   back  from Shaughnessy  Hospital  for  the week  end.  Coming here to set up a Shoe  Repair  busiess  is  a  chap  from  the    Rehabilitation    Centre    in  Vancouver.   Although   he   is   a  Polio Victim and confined to a  wheel   chair  he   is   a   qualified  Shoe  Repairer.  He  is  going to  set    up    his    shop    and    living  quarters near the Midway Store.  The   money   for   the   treatment  and rehabilitation has been r>rq-  vided   by  the  Mylitis  ad  Polio  Fund  that is sponsored by the  Kinsmeni on their Polio Drive.  Ken   Coleridge   was   visiting:  his   folks   at   Gower.   Keir was  one   of the  crew  who  brought  the   Minister    cf   Defence    out  West last week.  Victor Klinei, who's parent:  live im Gibsons, had an accident  -at Powell River. He had his  wrist severely injured.  Francis Elizabeth Warwick,  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.H.  Warwick of Gibsons, was married on Saturday, July 24th, to  John Morris Vassallo, in New  Westminster. The wedding was  in the Manse of the Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. C. ;'  H.  Lund   officiating. ' j  Congratulations  are  in  order  for Don   and  Mrs.  Malmas,   on i  the birth of their first  child, a !  Old Gibsons ���  "Grail" Visits  Once a student cf the Gibsons  school, in the days when "the  Barn" was the village School,  Hugh MacDonald and his wife  Elsie, are visiting his another,  Mrs. Ruth MacDonald and her  parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank  1 Allen.  Hugh is at present Superintend  dent of construction, on work  on the new Cellanese plant at  Prince Rupert. Prior to this  work, he was Assistant Superintendent of construction at Kitimat. - ���  Hugh, who has made his way  by never finding anything too  big to tackle, enjoys his returi  visits to Gibson's, and yarning  with old school pals.  Selma   News  It is nice to see people coming  back, year after year, to Selma  Park. For example, the Wygard's  cottages are filled with the same  tenants who enjoyed last summer  here.  "Grandma and Grandpa" Campbell from Burnaby came up first  with their five grandsons. Now,  there are her daughter and two  sons and their families for the  month, occupying two of the cot-1  tages. j  Mrs.,Valerie Kelly of Vancouver  and two children, Judith and Gardner, and Miss Vivian Vicary are  in the other cottage till the month  end. Next week, there will be an  all round change, with last year's  people all back again.  : dall, all the way from El Centro,  California, near the Mexican border, have their comfortable trailer  parked on the campsite a't Larsons  Resort and their streamlined, fibre-  glas-3 "Wizard"' handy for the fishing trips they enjoy so much. The  Kendalls say they hope Pender  Harbour never gets too famous because they feel it's a. perfect spot  just as it is today. They've had  good luck with the trout in Gunboat Bay and are glad they heard  of Pender through the recommendation of the . Black Ball Ferry  people.  Fishing, which was off for a few  days, has picked up this week-end  and almost all tlie visitors report  good sport. Twelve-year-old Richard Jackson, from Vancouver, staying at Larsons, boated a 27-pound  Spring this week.  Larson's resort has cottages,  campsite, boat rentals and steam  baths running at capacity. In addition to twelve families from Vancouver they have many others from  Washington. The Steam baths are  proving a great attraction for the  yachting fraternity and have been  visited this last week by people  from as far away as Long Island,  N.Y., and Anchorage, Alaska.  Sladey's Madeira Park Motel,  with two smart new cabins just  opened for occupancy, has capacity  reservations with five cabins taken  this week by a group of outboard  motor enthusiasts from Kirkland,  Washington. They are all bringing  their own outboards. Mr. and Mrs.  Ridley, at Sladey's for their second  year came all the way from Los  Angeles. They say there's nothing  like Pender Harbour for a restful  vacation in a beautiful setting.  Around Murdoch's, we hear that  Matt Dillabough is back from a  visit to Vancouver and that his  daughter is visiting them at present.  (����&4&m6a "7��e��jfee  *��cce&cf   *7tcun^eit  lassan s   Store  For  'Fishermen's   Supplies  Sports  And Commercial  Summer Groceries  Shoes And Clothing  Agents For  BAPCO ..PAINTS  Phone   11-U  PENDER  HARBOUR  mmmmtmemmmma  ,-rtAVB    p,t  *>.  DO It ��� ���  k* moh*h*  PLYWOOD  In All Shapes And Sizes  I  Rejects and Cuttings  daughter, on July 29th. Grandfather bearing, up nicely.  Also to Mr. and Mrs. Norman  Kruse, to whom on Friday, July  23rd, a daughter was born.  ; Mr. and Airs. Godwin have  Jeft for Pennant Sask., after a  vacation of several weeks with  Dr. and Mrs. H.F. Inglis. They  have taken Myrna. and Joyce,  their grand daughters, with  .them for the holiday.  Mr.s  F.  Kirkham is enjoying  the visit of her .n.eice, Mrs.   A.  Asmuson,   with   her  small   son.  Mrs. Asmuson makes her home!  in Coral Gables, Miami Florida.  Recent  week-end  visitors  at the  home cf L. Sorenson were Mr. and !  Mrs? R. Rob'ishaud of Florida, also  Mrs.  Wallace   and Mrs.  Groenhuy-  sen of Vancouver, and Thelma and  Freddie Lane of Burnabv.  I.O.O.F. News  Walter Keen, well known in Gibsons, has been an Oddfellow for  45 years. Recently, it was noted  that the shake roof on his home  was leaking. A group of Oddfellows went quietly to work, split  enough shakes and put them on.  Shelving and Mouldings  Free "How To Do It"  Booklets  FULL LINE OF  Chrome Cabinet  Hardware  Beautiful New Colors  "CILUX" ENAMEL  For Years Of Service.  f*m  Gibsons  Building  Supplies Ltd.  Phone 53 Gibsons  We Carry The Stock  Tugboat Danny, who wished he were an Ocean. Liner, together  with the other interesting characters in CBC's "Once Upon a  Time" program on Sunday Afternoons.  The lazy squirrel, who like "Alice", grew to one hundred  times his size is one of the friends you'll, meet. Written by Rae  Derby. '  AMHERSTBURO, ONT.      ���     VANCOUVER. B.C.  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.

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