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 yr  ���ft  L,yy?<~- ������������  VICTORIA, s.  Provincial  Lit>ra  Victoria*   B��   C*  Published in Gibsons,  B.C.  Vol. .8 - No. 33.  Thursday August 19, 1954  Eighth Year  of Publication:  Recreation Areas  Interested people in the  Egmont district wrote the  Forestry Department in Victoria, pointing out he lack of  park and playground facilities  there. They received from the  Deputy ��� Minister the following  reply:  "We can advise that this department has carried out rather  extensive examinations of potential recreation areas on the  Sechelt Peninsula, and . while  no reserve has beem established  in the vicinity of Waugh Lake,  some eighteen areas have been  set aside or are under consideration, in that district.  "Under the circumstances we  feel that the recreational needs  of the anticipated increase in  population of the Sechelt and  Jervis Inlet region, has not been  overlooked and, while funds  for extensive early development may not be available, we  have every hope that adequate  lands are being set aside to  paeet future needs.  "Nevertheless, we will have  our pesonnel examine the possibilities of Waugh Lake area  when -they are next in that  district,. and we wish to take  this opportunity to thank you  for your interest in this matter"  /  Last Sunday night was "Burglars' Night" in Gibsons,: when  i five places of business, including the Post Office, were entered  and robbed. The biggest loss was discovered by the staff of the  Elphinstone Co-Operative Store, where a double order of tobacco  | had just been received.  ?>&��&&&*&? - ,w_;    X^^^^^^^-^J&Z^  Large Tanker  In At  Hopkins  What is thought to be the  largest vessel ever to dock at  Hopkins Landing, was the  tanker "Vancouver Imperial",  which came in Tuesday, August  17th. She was laden with two  tanks, each. 13,500 gallon capacity, for the Allen and Barter  Imperial Oil Storage at Hopkins, to be added to the three  already installed.  Alf   Ritchey   and   his   equipment unloaded  and moved the  tanks   to   their   stands   during  the morning.  MALDY THOMAS  REACHES  DENMARK  A letter has been received by  Mrs. Carlson, presently holidaying  in Gibsons, from Maldy Thomas,  on his scholarship tour in Scandinavia.  Maldy has had a really rough  trip going over. The boat was not  a large one, and struck some stormy  seas. We are hoping to hear more,  and Mrs. Carlson, with whom Maid-  win stayed in Vancouver, has promised to keep us posted.  With the extension of Black Ball sents a breathtaking vista which to operate on an eight round trip  ferry service to the Powell River has often been called a "trip to daily basis, leaving Saltery Bay at  area on August 21, the entire "Sun- Alaska, in miniature." 5:30 a-m- 8 &-m; 10:30 a.m., I p.m..  shine Coast" will, for-the first time, The country is a virtual sports- 3:30 P-ul-> 6 P-m-> 8;30 p.m. and  be easily accesible to automobile man's paradise, with hunting and. ** P-*n., and*leaving Earl Cove at  travel. " abundant fishing in mountain lakes 6:40   a.m.,   9:10   a.m.,   11:40  a.m..  On  that  date,  Black  Ball's  MV or streams or Pacific Ocean waters. 2:10 P-m.��.4:40 p.m.r 7:10 p.m., 9:40  Quillayute   will   inaugurate  a  new      There are miles of sandy ocean P-���-�� and 12:10 a.m.  service between Earl Cove on the beaches   for   swimming   and. clam      Presently,    the   MV   Bainbrldge  Sechelt Peninsula and Saltery Bay,  digging, and excellent camping sites makes   seven   trips   dairy,  leaving  crossing Jervis Inlet. with wood and water readily avail- ..Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver  The   service   will   start   in   con- able. for Gibsons at 7:20 a.m., 10:00 a.m.,  junction   with   the   completion   of      Miles   of   sheltered   trails   lead 12:40   P-m->   3:20   P-m--  6:00  nin"  new highway construction in that through   natural   evergeen   forests ?:40 P-m., and 11:20 p.m,  area. and to mountain peaks, with breath- ������  Departures    from    Gibsons    for  Captain Alex M. Peabody, chair- taking views at every turn. Horseshoe  Bay  are  at  6:00  a.ru.,  man of the board, announced, "This There are numerous picturesque ��\40 a-ra-' 11:20 a.m., .2:00 p.m.,  service, in conjunction with the fishing settlements and Indian vil- 4:40 P-m' 7:20 D:ni- and 1(?:0�� P-m-  present  Black  Ball ferry  between lages to visit. Au tilTles are Pacific Daylight Sav-(  All    cigarettes,    cigars    and  [tobaccos   still   in   cartons   had  been taken, but little else could  immediately be noted. Entry  [ had been made through the  | basement widow. The largest  I part of the stock was still down  - there, but all carton stock from  the shelves  in  the store   itself  was also lifted,  i     The iheives had been  in the  other departments of the store,  including the office, where they  had opened the  office window.  Approximately   six   hundred  dollars in  tobacco   stock   were  missing.  NEW STORE  ENTERED  The M&W Store, in operation less than a week under its  new ownership, was entered by  way of the front door. The lock  had been forced there, and the  door casing split. There seemed  lo be no disturbance of stock  there.  Only petty cash was  in  to the float,  and there was no  storm to break a line. Nor was  there broken end of line on the  float.  She is an eighteen foot, carvel  built   boat,   with   an   Easthope  Four engine, uncovered. She is  painted   red to the  guard  rail*  white    to    the    deck,    with ���  a  quarter-cabin     in      mahogany.  Her    tank    was     conveniently-  filled  with  gas,  in  preparation  for Jack's early fishing trip. A  search of neighboring floats anct  wharfs  in  Gibsons,  Granthams-,  Hopkins and Keats has failed to  produce the "Dolly".  Fall Fair To Show  Commercial Exhibit  For the first time h_ the  history of the Howe Sound Fall  Fair,  this   year   there   will  be  the   store  at   the  time,   so  the   featured    seVeral     commercial  losses there are small.  FERRY CAFE ON LIST  The front door lock of the  Ferry Cafe, also im Bal's Block,  was forced right from the frame  when the theives made entry  there. Petty cash of between  fifteen and sixteen dollars was  taken, and tobacco stocks. No  l statement of the amount was  immediately available,. pending  stock taking.  TOBACCO  FROM ERLA'S  Erla Hausch's Kumagen Cafe  was entered via the back door,  Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver ��� For enjoyable sightseeing side *jn!LTime: ., . ,_ ��� _  and Gibsons, is. designed to offer trips, there are facilities available .'There 1S " toot overhead clear-  tourists from the United States and at larger towns along the route for ^ aboai'd th* BambridSe ^d  Canada a direct route to some of renting or chartering boats, water Qu!lay^f for aU types .��f tmckS'  the most beautiful scenery in North taxis or seaplanes for exploring trailers, he^y constractio* equip.  Avr,<vr,-���o ,������ ,���0n Qc. n,D fi,.^ ���-, 4. ��� i ,, L A, , .., ment and other high loads. No turu-  America, as well as the first con- trips along the coast, through the .            ,               . .    ���    r  ,.���ni.,,f h>q--,, c.Q^rj���� *���- ~��~jj 4.��� '������ i    j    a.   ,,   ,        .    '      ,,   ~        . rag or backing is required aboard.      ,.. . .       ,  SS^Sf        reSld^ntS ga^  st^^ newly installed  pane  of this growing area. Strait, and fishing trips to remote A    . ....  ���    .    T   .    ,    .;    ',.  "TtnaiAon+c   ���*  +i>���   rs^^r^u   o; ,���_. *  ���    -, i straight off at their destination.  Kesidents  of the  Powell  River mountain lakes. . . .    ���  j;,tri���f    7^���~+,-~���   A-t   +i,���   ,���   ij. No reservations are required an  S'nnr��fn.i nn��      i    ,       n      Visit0rs    wil1    also    filid    sood any route, and crossing time fs 70  was just cracked in the process  low t P��mPp t      P ?^w      ' ^ l0dSGS'   m��telS'   h��telS'   housekeeP- minutes from Honfcoe Bay to Gib-  now be able to-visit Metropolitan ir.���.  oahin<?  ati^   n   -wirip   .-iioir^  nf                , nn    ���    .     .        -^   -, ^  -irov,���������������- ������a     y        ���           ���    , ��  camns  ana  a. wiae   ciioice  ot sons and 70 minutes from Earl Ccc?e  Vancouver and return  m a single CRmpmg spots along the way.           to saltery Bay.  day,"   he   continued. - Pacific Northwest residents for a      Services  aboard  both ferries In-  of   glass   was   neatly   removed  from the door, which, Erla says  displays.  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper,  from Port Mellon, will have a  very instructive and interesting  display. John Wood Hardware  and Appliances is planning a  very smart exhibit, as is Totem  Realty. Gibsons Electric is plah>  nin,g a TV demontration. Other  firms are making displays, all  of which will add to the interest  of the Fair.  The Fair Committee rejectedt  the idea of the Circus, whicfai  was looking for a stand that  day.  The livestock exhibits will  be coming in from far and near.  According to Black Ball officials, quarter century have vacationed in clude snacks and meals, ass well as  arrival and departure times or both this unspoiled, yet popular country, tobacco, candy and magazines at  the Horseshoe Bay-Gibsons route which is rugged, yet convenient for the convenient snack bar.  and the Earl Cove-Saltery Bay holiday travel, especially so since The initial trip of the Quiriaynte  route will be coordinated to assure the completion of new roads and wju fmd many dignitaries of the  easy driving connections for auto- the inauguration of Black Ball Canadian and Provincial govern-  mobile travel from coastal points.'   ferry service. ment aboard, as well as members  Visitors to this relatively un- Pacific Northwest residents for a of the press and Blaek Ball officials,  touched area cf British Columbia quarter century have vacationed in Bus service to and from Van-  will find many things to see and this unspoiled, yet popular country, couver Citv and Powell River will  do   all   along   the   entire   100-mile which is rugged, yet convenient for be operated by Powell River Stages,  p' , holiday  travel, especially so  since Ltd., with one round trip daily ex-  For those who enjoy spectacular the completion of new roads and the cept Sundays, leaving Powell River  scenery, the fjorded coastline with inauguration of Black Ball ferry at 7:00 a.m.. and'Ieaving the Pacific  the    rugged    Brittania    Mountain service. gtage Line- depot in. Vancouver at  Range rising sharply behind it pre-      The MV. Quillayute is scheduled  2:30 p.m.  We hear of a pair of .lambs-.  The loss t^iere was Erla's total I coming in from one of the  tobacco stock, and most of the   islands in   the   Sound.  It takes  a certain amount of courage to  Swim Classes  Receive Certificates  Saturday afternoon's brilliant sunshine en the blue waters  of Garden Bay Lagoon - the perfect pool, because nature's tidal  action changes the water every few hours - and a big crowd of  proud parents, made this year's Junior Swimming. Class Picnic  and presentation of awards one of the most successful in the  history of this constructive community effort.  The'.,  classes    are    sponsored ^ ~ : : rr���  each .summer ,by ,the Pender ��� <hem ovf the ��easfn by atten-  Harbour Aquatic Club with: dance, advancement in the art  -,_    ��� i   tt   -, .    .    ���+���������    j of   swimming,   and   by   demon-  Muriel Hodson as   mstructoor. ,,     \ . ,     i.   ��� -,    ,  _   ! stratmg   the   highest   ideals   of  The event got-underway with ; good sportsmanship.  These were: Violet, Beverly,  and Ruth Ackroyd, Patricia  and Joey Archibald, Dale Anne  and   Robert    Cameron,    Jackie  Man Collapses  Dies On Ferry  a race for tiny tots, 6 years and  under, with Dale Cameron, 4,  the youngest in the. group.  Following   in   rapid   succession,  races and diving exhibitions Cumming" Lottie" Eadie, "Fern  climaxed by an amazing demon- and Jane Helmeri Kim JoneSj  stration of precision stroke | Deanna Knight, Jimmy Lieth,  swimming by Mrs. Hodson and | Lynda Moberg, Diane and  Lottie Eadie, a pupil who hadj Warren Mcllwaii, Linda Mai-  only had this one season's in- colm> Betty and Patricia Reid>  struction. Patricia   and   Michael iSladey,  Highlighting  the   proceedings  Jessie Scoular,  Neil  and Bruce  was the crowning of the New  Queen of the Aquatic Club  dance to be held on August  20th.  The new Queen, Chrissie  Cameron was escorted to the  cleverly designed throne and  formally inaugurated by last  year's Sovereign, Anne Robinson. Certificates of proficiency  were presented to the crop of  new swimmers who had earned  Whittaker.  Certificates for Special Junior  Instructors   were    awarded   to;  Diana   Lloyd,    Patricia    Reiter I annual dance on Friday evening  of  the  week   at   Madeira   Park j  On the early evening trip to  Horseshoe Bay from Gibsons of the  Blackball Ferry, "Bainbridge", a  man collapsed and died from a sudden heart attack.      '  .  Mr. Wilfred J. Calnan, an employee of the B.C. Telephones,  whose home is at 4042 West 11th*  Ave., Vancouver, was about to re-!  tire to a home at Sechelt. He had j  been up on the Peninsula, visiting I  with his son for the week-end.      I  He collapsed suddenly in the!  lounge of the Ferry. Crew members  located a Doctor on board, who  pronounced the man dead, after examination. The son, who was temporarily separated from his father,  was found, and took charge of all  arrangements.  Whittaker, girls, Jessie Scoular.  Mrs "Alice Bride came down  from Egmont to assist in the  judging -for the diving competitions. Presentation of the  prizes and ceremonies for the  new   Queen   will   precede   the  R  Requests Photo  Mrs. Connie Lontit of Vancouver,  whose .summer home is at Hopkins  Landing, has been; asked to sit for a  photo for tlie Believe it or not Hall  of Fame. Believe it or not. there  is good reason for such a request.  Recently, Mrs. Lontit was playing  golf in Vancouver, and had the good  fortune to make a bole in one. The  following day, while playing, friends  surrounded her to ask ho~w one  played to score a hole In one.  Laughingly, Mrs, Lontit explained  how she had played her ball, and  demonstrated her drive.  You guessed it. She made auother  'Hole in One'. Since ihen Mrs.  Lontit has been the recipient of an  overwhelming array-of gifts' from  ardent golfing entb��siasts and admirers, and has received the above  request to sit for Ripley's toluimi.  stock of chewing gums, as well  as   her   petty    cash    of    about  twenty dollars.  MONEY   ORDERS  STOLEN  Gibsons Post Office in the  same building as the Cafe, on  the upper, or Main floor, was  also entered the same evening.  The postal staff on Monday  morning found that the building had been entered, and the  drawer locks all forced. A small  quantity of stamps and money  orders, Jim Marshall reports,  have been taken.  No evidence of the means of  entry to the Post Office was  available, the staff stating that  I there were no signs of forced  j locks or windows.  A postal Inspector from Vancouver was on the ground on  Monday morning, to make his  investigation.  Cpl. Morrison of the R.C.M.P.,  Gibsons detachment, is investigating the multiple burglaries.  BOAT TAKEN FROM WHARF  Jack Lowden, of Gibsons,  reports his little boat. the Dolly,  missing from the Municipal  float, sometime before six a.m.  Jack had retired early, with  every intention of going fishing  early on Monday. When he  went down to the wharf, the  "Dolly" was gone.  She  had   been   securely   tied  start off from, home with a pair  of lambs in a boat, uncratecl*'  Chickens are being groomed,  ducks and geese polished, arid  calves shone to the last hair, for  the livestock section of the  fair which has not been open  for some years.  Tomatoes, potatoes and carrots, glads, sweet peas and roses  are being chosen with a great  deal of care. Sewing has been  going on for months, as well  as canning, cooking and jelly  making, all in preparation for  the winning of that covettedt  red card.  School exhibits had work:  done for them as far back as:  last March or earlier, while  crotchet hooks and knitting:  needles flew and clicked  through the long evenings of  the winter.  Each year, the Fall Fair shows,  progress, and this year it lias  made radical changes. Eachib-"  iiors, judges and observers  alike are awaiting the opening  of the doors tomorrow, Friday,  at six p.m., when everyone may*  finally "Come to the'"Fair." '  Livestock Show is to be held  on Saturday.  and Chrissie Cameron.  Winners of the events were:  girls 6 and under; Patsy Sladey,  boys -12 and .under: Jackie  Cumming, girls 12 and under:  Jessie Scoular, Diving, mixed,  Jessie Scoular. Winners of the  aggregate    were,    Boys,    Bruce  Starts Next Week  The late summer Konoe Derby is  being held by the Sechelt Peninsula.  Rod-and Gun Club from Augast 22  Community Hall. The dance, to j to September 7 inclusive, this year.  Which all residents of the Pen-1 Local ��� aild viSU1-,Tg fishermen are  insula are cordially invited, is | advised that the regular boundaries  in aid of this fine community , win be adgered to. from Trail Island  effort to teach* the youngsters I to the White Island on Georgia  how to take care cf themselves  HUGE  LOGG.NG  TRUCK AT ENEMARK'S  The second largest logging truck  on the North American Continent, is  being driven by Tex Enemark, on  the Enemark Logging Company's  logging lease at Hopkins Landing,  it is a 'Euclid", and really looks  huge on our local roads. It is  greatly admired by interested loggers who see it in operation.  Circus  Jit Sechef  Piper Point.  The    three    regular    weighing in  stations v/TII be available to contest-   days" transactions, and! are making:  The Sechelt Peninsula Board of  Trade is sponsoring a Circus, which  is to be held in Sechelt on Friday  and Saturday this week. There  will be all the rides, ferris wheel  ami other attractions, and among  the live animals at the show this?  time, there will be a lion.  The Sechelt Volunteer Fire Brigade is to benefit from th�� show*  since the Board of Trade will be  on  the receiving  end   of the two  in the water.  ants sga"n, the. J- eclieft Tea Room.  FJay's   fishing   Lodge,   and   Vic's  Trading Post-  There will he three prizes for fop  this effort for the definite p-.-.-poset  of helping tho Fire Rrir--u-. to purchase, a   truck.  Th-re shor.ld be- tw  "or   coryouo   at   the  lays  iru"  un  -mdi  weights, pi i a hidden w��iigut prir.e,  Strait, and from Porpoise Hay to a fs�� aI{ Kohoc'fishermen are i?:vited j the Fire .Jri^ade nlrraTv- hv>.�� that  line between Four "iltLe Point and to we* their lines for tl:is derby.     I tertain gleai_ in its < .VU^etiv   sye^ The Coast News  Thursday August 19, 1954  Member B.C. Weekly Newspaper Advertising Bureau  , SAMUEL    NUTTER,    Publisher  DO  WORTMAN,  Editor  1    ���-- (Established  1945)  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.  Published every Thursday at Gibsons, B.C.  Authorized  as  second  class  mail,   Post  Office  Department,   Ottawa,  iSates of Subscription: 12 mos. $2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign, $2.50 per yeur.  Phone Gibsons 45W  Sox 128 Gibsons British Columbia  '��(  iLonaid  Safely in the water has been a theme of our editorials  lor some time past, but we have directed most of our points  towards those who swim, or children about floats, in small  ��>oats etc.  ^ We have ben aware for some time past that there has  been another hazard to take the pleasure from the sea but  yte had been led to believe that the local. constabulary and  ���other officials had been able to deal with the situation. It  has been forcibly drawn to our attention that they have not.  Those people who use power boats, and think in their  juvenile way that the smartest thing they can do is to create  ^ disturbance upon the water, without regard to either the  comfort or safety of others, are as much out of place as the  person driving foolishly on the highway, and should be dealt  Iftith. in the same manner.  The bright lad who dunked himself in the harbour at  Cibsons recently was a .perfect example of the people of  ;whom we speak. They play in all waters, it would seem,  imagining it a humorous thing when they cause inconvenience, discomfort or dismay to others in small boats who are  disturbed by the wash of their amateurish pranks. That this  fellow was thrown into the sea himself was fitting justice,  which might well be meted out as standard treatment to all  who are guilty of this folly.  It would not be necessary to have them foul themselves  in their own anchor lines, because we do believe even they  are capable of learning courteous behaviour and the rules  of the sea, and after all death by drowning usually causes  someone else considerable trouble and expense.  It should be the business of everyone owning and using  ���������craft' whose speed and maneuverability can cause such  -trouble among other small craft either, moored or in use, to  -discover how smoothly they can be operate'd, and with what  Kittle disturbance to cithers. To plead that ''We didn't realize''  :3s a poor excuse indeed.  Radio News  by Pairicia Frew  There's one in every crowd  is what CKWX RADIO Farm  Director, Norm Griffin, _ says  when   he's   discussing   farmers.  In this case, he was referring  to the athletes he had met out  at Empire Village.  Norm spent many days out at  the Village - talking with the  athletes and discussing everything from dairying in Jamaica  (and milk is, surprisingly  enough, a favorite among Jamaicans) to fruit growing in  Uganda. He also got to talk  with members of the Fijian, the  Bahaman,   the  Trinidadian   and  Peggy  McDonald  And   Opal  ' ,-*"' 'I A-  AA&A     A\V      *   <.  the Pakistan teams. These inter-  . i views were taped and used for  Norm's    early    morning    show,  Farm Fare.  Agriculture  in  these  countries  is   much   more   primitive   than  we   know  it  here.   In  Fiji,  for.  instance,   it   is   not   uncommon  for a farmer to work his land  with only a plough and a pair  of bullocks to aid him. And in  Pakistan,    irrigation   still   uses  the    centuries    old    system    of  bullock   powered  waterwheels.  Three out of the six athletes  that     Norm     interviewed     are  agricultue graduates - a goodly  number    when    you     consider  these   countries   are  supposedly  backward education-wise.  Now that the B.E.G. is over  Norm is looking forward tc  meeting a whole new batch of  farmers  in  the  P.N.E.   crowd!!!  [i Whose Interest  The spectacle of Powell River Stages driving over the  mew Highway from the Ferry, with closed doors, according  fco the franchise granted by the P.U.C. may soon be a comma on sight along the Peninsula. Two busses on the Lower  IFerry, and in the rush periods, four or more, heading towards  Van couver, will scarcely add to the number of cars making  'the crossing, but in the light of the actions of "the Public  "Utitilities Commission, that is almost inevitable.  For years., many of them unproductive financially, Cecil  Lawrence has operated the Sechelt Mcttor Transport, and has  .given excellent service, for the numbers of passengers travelling. Through the years when the highways were really most  ���difficult to travel, and when financial returns were small,  the S.M.T. continued to function regularly.  Now when there might reasonably be some returns from  the ex/tension of the travelsble mileage, when the Transport  Company has equipped itself with vehicles and personnel to  handle the traffic, based upon a reasonable supposition that  the   company   wiith   the  vehicles,  drivers,   experience,   and  offers of superior service at lower rates, would gain the franchise, a company which has not even sufficient vehicles to  carry out its projected smaller service, is granted the franchise instead.  The Pender Harbour area, which would have gained a  great deal from the two trips a day schedule offered by Mr.  Lawrence, will now be able to watch the traffic go by, or as  ;an alternative, become an adjunct of the Pulp and Paper  town, a sort of suburb of Saltrey Bay, and travel to the  highway in hopes that the "closed door" clause may be lifted,  :snd the Powell River Stages take them in.  There may be some reasons behind the decision of the  Public Utilities Commission which do not meet the eye. The  Teply to the Pender Harbour Board of Trade does not indicate what these may be. We are, in consequence, left to our  own surmising.  Notice To  Contractors  Tenders are invited for digging a ditch on the newly  cleared portion of the grounds at the Elphinstone  Junior-Senior High School at Gibsons, B.C.  Specifications may be obtained from Mr. H.J. Chaster  or the School Board Office.  Tenders, in sealed envelopes marked "Ditching", will  be recived until 6:00 P.M. on Saturday, September  5th, 1954.  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be  accepted.  The Board of School Trustees,  School District No. 46 (Sechelt.)  Baby Elephants  At Shrine Circus  Opal, whose specialties are  walking on her front legs and  balancing her entire weight on*  one front foot, is the star of the  Besalou Baby Elephants, to be  seen with the Seventh Annual  Shrine-P.N.E. Circus, produced  by Polack Bros., in the P.N.E.  Forum at Exhibition Park, Van-:  couver, during the Pacific,  National Exhibition, starting  Wednesday, August 25th, and  continuing through Monday  (Labor Day), September 6th.  On ��� all other days except*  Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays, two performances will be  given, at 2.30 and 8:00 p.m. On  both Saturdays and Mondays,  three performances will be  given at 1:15, 4:00 and 8:00  p.m. On Sundays no performances will be given.  This year's circus boasts an  exciting new international assemblage' of aerial, acrobatic  and animal talent, plus celebrated clowns and the dancing  Spanglettes.  Animal acts, besides the  elephants, include Prof. George  J". Keller's performing wild  animals, Al Antonucci's movie  chimpanzees, Janet's pony and  dog revue, and Andre's precision palominos.  Aerial thrillers are Harold  Alzana and Company, the Sik-,  orsky Duo, Lovely La Norma,  the Nine Ward-Bell Flyers and  the ' Aerialovelies. Acrobatic  performances are contributed  by the Freddie Troupe, the  Boliano-Ivankos, MelHta and  Wicois, the Five Haslevs and  Jacqueline Hurley.  Comedy and novelty features  are provided by Norbu, the  "almost-human gorilla" and  clowns headed by the famous  Lou Jacobs.  by Major Charles  Gough  London   has   it's   column   with  Nelson on the top  Paris     has     it's     taller    Eiffel  '    Tower  If Harry   Duker  gets  his   way  and I certainly hope he does  We'll have  the  greatest  Totem  of  the   hour  The Biggest aspidistra said our  famous Grade Fields  Will have to  take a back  seat  to our pole  Erected in our stadium  for all  the world to see  On   the   day   that   Thunderbird  calls the roll.  In spirit, our.Tom Longbolt and  James Thorpe will grace  the  field  In  the shadow  of the   greatest  totem pole  Both of them world champions  who never  once did yield  And that's the reason that they  top the roll  It's the emblem of our province,  It's the "hall-mark" of our fame  Totem  Stadium  by   all  means  Should be its rightful  name.  So, back up Harry Duker with  your mail addressed  to him  It will  only   take  a  minute  of  your time  So   hustle  up  me  hearties  and  fill the mail bags to the brim  And   forgive   me   for   this   silly  little rhyme.  ; Put your extra dollars to work  j through the practical, con-  ! venient   facilities   of   Investors  ! Mutual.      Ask   your   Investors  "vnaicii.c  r��^>resentative for full  Write  or Phone  NEV ASTLEY  District  Manager  3780  Cambie St..       FA  1931  L  Vancouver. B.C.  UNION ESTATE PROPERTIES  AT SECHELT,  Only ten lots presently available, $425.00 each, One  third down, and balance at $25.00 per month, including  interest at 6%.  ANY PROPERLY  LICENSES  REAL  ESTATE  SALESMAN   OR   AGENTS   MAY   SELL   THIS  PROPERTY.  SEE  T.E.   DUFFY.   ALL   UNION  ESTATE PROPERTY AT SECHELT  MUST BE CLEARED THROUGH HIM  H. B. GORDON AGENCIES  SECHELT, B.C.  Phone Office 56 J Residence 31 W  Danny s Dining Room  FOR FINE FOODS��� MEALS  THAT  ARE DIFFERENT  Quiet Atmosphere, Pleasing Service  No Reservations Necessary  For Weddings, or for Private Parties,  Phone  8 L,  Gibsons,  At The  RIDGEWAY AUTO   COURT  ���v.;^^., <IM-UI_I_1 miBBMBI  sa��S  Via De Luxe MV. Kahloke ��� No Reservations Required  Daylight Saving Time  Hy: 8 a.m.. 12 noon, 4 p.m., 3 p.m., 12 midnite  VICTORIA-PORT ANGELES SERVICE:    -  4 TRIPS DAILY VIA MV. CHINOOK  VANCOUVER CITY, B. C. Motor  Transportation, 150 Dunsmuir       HORSESHOE BAY, Ferry Terminal,  Marine 2421 Whytecliff 3581  LINE, LTD.  WANTED - - FIR PILING  For Specifications and Other Information  Apply to  CANADA    CREOSOTING  COMPANY,  LTD.  P.O. Box-158  NORTH    VANCOUVER  Telephone: YOrk 1177  Write us what quantities you estimate you can supply,  and at what time. State your prices, also your address  and phone number. ���  Will accept water, truck or rail delivery for  FIR   PILING  We will give you all reasonable assistance.  h  I  n   a  the security of money  risked in British Columbi  ���  i  Two big developments are making news in B.C.  Nothing but faith in the outlook  for British Columbia . . . and confidence that the people of this province welcome risk capital and will  treat it fairly . . . could explain  today's great Kitimat and Frobisher  ventures here.  Already Kitimat, as it begins production this month, represents a  $270,000,000 investment. When  fully completed, at least $600,000.-  000 will have been spent.  Frobisher plans for Atlin power  development and metallurgical industries call for the eventual spending of some $700,000,000. About  $270,000,000 is to be spent by  1962.  British Columbia, a rugged prov-  ince where big money and big  planning are needed to make work  wages and new opportunities for a  growing population, is prospering  with private enterprise. We shall go  on growing mightily as we offer  risk capital reasonable safety and  the rewards of its vision and courage.  1  BRITISH COLUMBIA FEDERATION OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY miM& HEWS  This -n That  by E. Nestman  Mr  and  Mrs.  Ed   Lee   away  to the Island for their holidays.  Chick Moorhouse, on holidays  is spending them right  around  home, where the fishing is just  beginning to get into high gear.  Dr. G.W. Lang, with his wife  and four children,  visiting  the  Ben  Langs   of Selma,   will   be  taking one  of the  "Flay"  cottages for the next three weeks.  Dr Lang is a Minister of the  Anglican church, and moved to  Edmonton from. *. Bed Deer,  where he spent the past eleven  years. *  Noticed Mr. Sowerby, one of  Selma's former residents, visiting around last week.  Surprise visit from Mrs. Connor Sr., and her daughter Olive  and her husband, from Youbou.  They have just returned from a  trip east, and are on their way  home.  Also visiting Selma folks is  Mrs. Munroe, long time active  member of the Legion on the  North Shore.  on  on  es  ALL ROAD and  WHARF SIGNS  For The BLACK BALL FERRIES  For Their Opening On Jervis Inlet  HAVE BEEN MADE IN GIBSONS  BY  PACIFIC SIGNS  GIBSONS  ELECTRIC  Will Have On Display At The  FALL FAIR  August 20th & 21st  GENERAL   ELECTRICS  ULTRA - VISION  The Ultimate In T-V  Phone 130  GIBSONS  Box 6  AMHERSTBURG, ONT.      ���     VANCOUVER. B.C.  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  Returning from attendance at  meetings of the Dominion Coun  cil of the Canadian Legion,  B.E.S.L. and the 15th Dominion  Convention of the organization,  held in Toronto, August 1st to  7th, Robt Macnicol reports that  the recent conference was the  largest ever held in the twenty  eight years history of the  Legion.  With nearly nine hundred  delegates present representing  the ten Canadian Commands  and the five United States Commands of the organization,  much important work was  completed during the five days  stay in the Royal York Hotel.  Toronto.  A welcome was extended to  the delegates by the Premier  of Ontario, and the Mayor of  Toronto, and the Horn. Hugues  Lapointe, Minister of Veteran's  Affairs and other government  officials were in attendance at  the Convention.  The most important legislation dealt wiith was the War  Veterans Allowance proposal  of the Legion. While giving  respectful attention to the explanations cf the Minister of  Veteran's Affairs in regards to  the failure of the government to  pay attention to the Canadian  Legion's recommendations at  the last session of the House of  Commons, the. convention again  went on record as reaffirming  the proposals of the organization covering an increase in  permissable income and in the  basic rate now paid to recipients  of the allowance.  Tlie delegates present urged  greater pressure on members of  parliament and the cabinet in  Ottawa with a view to having  remedial legislation adopted  without further delay, feeling  that the group of veterans and  widows concerned can no  longer continue existing on the  present allowances.  In reply to the address of the  Minister of Veterans Affairs.  Robt. Macnicol. senior B.C.  representative on' the Dominion  Council of the Legion, in his  remarks had this to say "The  men suffering most at the pres-  Convention Of  School Trustees To  scuss CurriouSom  Curriculuum,   e d,u c a t i o n a 11  finance    and    teacher    recruit-j  ment, the big three problems in ;  education   in   British   Columbia  today, will be key topics when;  the    British    Columbia    School  Trustees'   Association   holds   its  golden   jubilee    convention    at  Penticton    September    29th    to  October 1st.  Austin I. Curtis of Victoria..  BCSTA representative on the  government - trustee - teacher  committee,which has dealt with  curriculum for many years, will  be chairman when the wide-  open Question of taday's school  subjects comes up. It is a live  subject with all B.C. school  boards and may produce lively  criticisms and defences of the  present curriculum and its objectives.  A.D. Rundle of Chilliwack,  chairmani of the Trutees' educational finance committee, will  direct the discussion of this subject, another major problem  for trustees, their councils and  the department of education.  Problem of meeting the shortage of teachers will be emphasized in the "Teacher Recruitment" session over which  BCSTA Vice-President R.H.  Reeve of Victoria will preside.  Mr. Reeve has been working  with the B.C. Teachers' Federation in seeking means of attracting more students to the teaching prpfessioi.  Thirty-two resolutions will  be presented to the convention, j  Expansion of the branch setup withini the B.C. Association  will be another major subject  for delegates, and several separate branch meetings are on  the convention program.  B.C. School District Administrators' Association will, hold  its' annual convention simultaneous! v with Trustees.  ent time were World One  veterans who received a basic  rate of pay during the first war  of five cents per hour and. there  was no such thing as equal  sacrifice at that time not later".  He felt that the veterans  would not make any strides on  their request until %,the Ottawa  Government disassociates the  legislation on behalf of veterans  from the old age pension legislation.  In 1930, when the Legion  accepted the present legislation  the veterans were in such dis  Thursday August 19, 1954  The Coast News  record" discussion on the evening before the opening of the  convention.  The Minister assured them  that the matter was still under  consideration by the Cabinet.  with a view to finding some  procedure whereby the hard  pressed cases may receive some  assistance.  Another important matter that  created almost a full day's  debate was the future of the  "Legionary" the national publi-.  cation of the Canadian Legion.  The final decision was, that as  from January 1st, 1956, the  magazine would be supplied to  every member of the organization and included in the member's    yearly    dues.    With    an  Are You  We   can  supply  Men   and  Material  for any Job.  CARPENTERS  PLUMBERS  ELECTRICIANS  PAINTERS  m  SEClil  Building Supplies  __ Phone  Sechelt 60 K ���  tress that the Legion was ready  in<*ease    in    circulation    from  to  grasp  at  a  straw,  he  said,   around eighty thousand to over  There was now no- excuse on  the part of the Government for  refusing to place War Veterans  Allowance in the category of  veterans legislation, separated  entirely from old age, pensions.  Mr. Macnicol said.  The Hon. Mr. Lapointe, recognizing that British Columbia  had a very definite grievance  in connectioi with the present  rate of allowance paid, and the  large number of recipients in  the Province, adopted the  rather unusual procedure of  meeting the seventy six delegates from B.C. in an "off the  two hundred thousand copies,  the subscription will be reduced to ninety cents per year.  The convention urged that  the Kennedy report on Canada's  Reserve Armed Forces be published immediately and strongly  opposed the present plan of the  government in regards to reorganization of the Reserve  Force in Canada. The delegates  again; reaffirmed the ��� Legion's  stand in favor of National Selective Service, whereby every  able bodied young citizen would  undergo a certain period of  training.  iassan s  Store  For  Fishermen's   Supplies  Sports And Commercial  Summer Groceries  Shoes And Clothing  Agents For  BAPCO ..PAINTS  Phone  11-U  PENDER  HARBOUR  ''Duo-Therm'? 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Morrison contacted the West Vancouver police at once, requesting a  check of Horseshoe Bay moorings.  At    Copper    Cove,    close    to  Horseshoe Bay,  a boat  answering the description of the Dolly  was    located,    docked    at    the  beach.    Three   men   had    been  noted leaving her there at 6:45  a.?n.  Monday.  The  boat,   being  a   little  unusual   in   type,   was  easily   identified,    and    further  identified  with  Gibsons  by the  presence on board of copies of  the  newspaper   "Coast   News".  J2��k   went   over  on  Monday  morning to make the identification, positive.  ENTRY  TO  POST   OFFICE  The ^burglars had made entry  tcf the Gibsons Post Office from  the roof of N.R. McKibbin's t  Insurance office next door, by  forcing one of the windows  overlooking it, and climbing  through. Postal Inspectors have  i been checking the premises and  contents.  roun  TAXI  TO MEET  NEW FERRY  E.T. Pemble of Halfmoon Bay  plans to operate his taxi service  so as to accomodate passengers  off the Jervis Inlet Ferry, and.  will have cabs meet all trips on  the lower side of the inlet until  further notice.  long Service  ��"_  BAY TAXI  Will Be Meeting All Trips Of  The New Ferry Service  FROM   POWELL   RIVER  24- Hour Service  Phone 7U       *       E.T   PEMBLE       *   Halfmoon Bay  New Stock of Fall Shoes  SHIPMENTS   NOW   ARRIVING  Girls* Saddle Shoes  Boys' Scampers  Childrens' Shoes  MacLean's Shoes  Phone 111H  Gibsons  MID-PENINSULA SOFTBALL LEAGUE  SCHEDULE:   AUGUST  22ND  TO   27TH.  Sunday. August 22nd.  Gibsons Merchants vs Selma. ai Gibsons. 2:30 p.m.  3?oTi Mellon vs Firemen, ai Port Mellon, 6:30 p-m.  Wilson Creek vs Pender, ai Wilson Creek. S:30'p-m,  i  Tuesday, August 24th.  Firemen vs Wilson Creek, at Gibsons, 6:30 p.m.  Wednesday, August 25th.  Selma Park vs Ponder Harbour, at Selma. 6:30 p.m.  Friday. August 27th.  Pori Mellon vs Gibsons Merchants, at Port Mellon, 6:30 p.m.  INSULATES, BUILDS  M OHi COST  Investigate this proven Insulating Sheathing that means  more rigid construction, better insulation, lower application costs. Every fibre of these large panels is treated  with a special waterproofing asphalt to give greater  strength and greater weather-resistance. Use Doxmacona  KB Sheathing in place of wood sheathing. Call us for  iull information.  ONLY SV_c. per Square Foot  Call or Phone Gibsons 53 for Samples and  Information at  er nar  _��y Stan Bawdier  At tlie baLl game, Thursday evening, Pender Harbour came out or  cop of a 7-6 secxre against the Wilson  Creek team, the same aggregation  that defeated tlie Harbour team  13-2 at last Monday's game. Dick  Wise Jul a. -sp.eefcacnlar "homer that  helped raise the Pender morale . . .  around MutcLoeIi's, ��arothy and  Harvey !<ei_.l_ are off for a two  week's vacation in the Cariboo  around Nimpo L_ike in the Anaheim  coantry . . . and Mrs. J. Leith, Sr.  returnBd from a visit to Vancouver  j witn two visitors, Mrs. Loomis, from  California and Mrs. Scuse from  Lulu Island. Boin ladies were taken  for the grand torn* around the  Harbour beauty spots . . . Maderia  Park Motel reports that the majority oi Cheir guests are coming  frora Vancouver, though there's still  some Americans from Spokane and  Seattle enjoying the attractions of  the Ha-rbcTBT. Jean Sladey says the  fishing continues good-with almost  everyone .getting their share of  Spring's . . , Sunday's news of the  end of the fishing strike brought  about a sudden exodus of the returned fishing boats. Many were  heading for the Fraser where a  mighty run of sockeye is reported.  Incident at Gordon Lyons  Dock at Garden Bay on Monday  noon. Before the horrified eyes  of a group of TJ.S. visitors and  local people a curly haired  litfe lot, not quite two years  old, slaimb-ed aud fell off the  dock edge into deep water.  While ��nhwDkers were rushing  to the seeme from all sides his'  13-year old brother dived in  after him and had -him safely  on. the doek before the child  knew what had happened. The  two boys are the sons of Arthur  Mitchell from Vancouver visiting the Harbour on "Weowner".  Annual visitors to the Harbour are Mr. and Mrs. Edgar  Harvey and their two children  from Vancouver, berthed at  Larson's Ttesort dock on their  yacht "Playtime"! Planning, a  barbecue on the beach at Larson's are Mr. and Mrs. Dan  Dawson from Seattle on "Jim  : Dandy". The Dawsons are enjoying cruising the Peninsula  area and will be here for another week or two.  Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Hudson of  Sart Fernando, California, at  Larson's, on their first visit to  Pender say it will not be their  last.  Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bulette  from Bremerton, Wash., up on  "Emmeline" are berthed at  Gordon Lyon's dock and visit  ing frieids made on previous  visits to the Harbour.  Many people in the Harbour  baffled at the wierd  award of  j the bus franchise to the Powell  : River stages  by  the  P.U.C.  in  ; spite  ol  the  ohvious   fact  that  ! the   Sechelt    Motor    Transport  I offers a much better set-up for  everybody  on   the  Peninsula���  and Powell Kiver, too.  To get back to the baseball  boys again. On Sunday afternoon, the Harbour team, showing its normal form, made a  terrific showing in an exhibition game with the Vananda  Ironmen from Texada Island.  The score 12 to 1, with Pender  on. the winning end.  The   hapless   visitors   scored  their   only   rum   in. the   closing  minutes of the 12th  inning.  That's all this week from the  "Forgotton Harbour" - forgot-  | ten by - The Power Commission  (- the Public Utilities Commission - the B.C. Telephone Com-  I pany, and sometimes, we think,  ! all the powers that be.  At the last meeting of St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary three  members were presented with  Life Membership Pins. The  presentations were made by the  President, Mrs. Len Hambly.  Recipients  were:  Mrs. Don Cameron, who was  the first President of the Auxiliary, and who is the only  original member who is still  active, and has been since the  formation of the auxiliary in  1937; the second went to Mrs.  Art Dingman, who was made a  life member when she was  forced by ill health to retire in  1948. Her pin was accepted for  her by Miss E. Simmons, Miss  Simmons herself received the  third Life Membership pin. For  many years she was Secretary  Treasurer, and later, Treasurer  of the Auxiliary.  Mrs. Cameron told the audience that in 1937, the hospital  was in poor financial state, and  that then there was. talk of  closing it up. Dr. Martinoff,  who was then in charge, suggested the formation of an auxiliary to assist.  A general meeting was called  in the Harbour, and men,  women, boys and girls all  joined in and took ��� an active  part. Mrs. Cameron was  appointed President, and a  teacher, Mr. Herb Smith was  the Secretary Treasurer. It was  thought that some money might  be raised to help the Hospital,  and it would seem from the  records through the years that  i they had been very successful.  As in 1937, the Hospital is  short of linens again. The Auxiliary has just paid a bill of  over two hundred dollars for  one supply, and has agreed to  foot the bill for another list of  linen that has been requested.  At the same meeting, the  date of the Fall Bazaar was  tentatively set for October 23rd.  831  ^uc��y  PRESTO  LOGS  PRESTO-WOOD  BRIQUETTES,  FOR  CLEAN  HARD  Long-Burning  Fuel  ORDER NOW FOR  Fall Fuel Supply  ki  m  Transfer  Phone  Gibsons  22 R 21 C 2 or 44.  ^^om  MffiMMIEIR  REAL  RYES  DRY  GINS  Aristocrat: - ��� 8 years 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.  AT SECHELT  FRIDAY - SATURDAY  August 20th,. 21st  Midway - Games - Rides - Ferris ^Wheel  A REAL LIVE LION and other animals  Free  Admission  To The   Grounds  Sponsored by The Sechelt Board Of Trade  Gibsons, B.C.  (WE CARRY  THE STOCK)  OTICE  Municipal Voters' List  TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:  TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to Section 6 of the Schedule to the Village  Municipalities Act the following persons, not otherwise qualified, may be  placed on the Municipal Voters' List:  Any person who has resided in the municipality for six months immediately preceding making of the declaration hereinafter referred to  and being, the spouse of the owner of land or land and improvements in  the municipality.  Provided that such person shall deliver to the Clerk a statutory declaration subscribed before an official qualified to receive such declaration*  and made in the form provided by Subsection 4, of the said Section 6.  All declarations shall be delivered to the Clerk before five o'clock in the  afternoon of the last day of October, and no declaration shall be accepted  hy the Clerk unless it is delivered within two days after it is made.  ROBERT -Bl/RNS,  Clerk. GIBSONS 45 W  Minimum Charge  50c for 15 words.  2c per extra word  by cash.  Billing charge added.  Deadline Tues. 5 p.m.  eft*3"0  N��  FOR   SALE  5 ACRES, ON HALL ROAD  AT ROBERTS CREEK. ONE  .ACRE WELL CLEARED ���  COULD BE BUILT ON" NOW.  CLOSE TO BLACK-TOP  HIGHWAY. TOTEM REALTY,  PHONE 44 GIBSONS.  Bush wood, Fir and Alder.  Current prices.. STAG FUELS,  phone 21 J, Gibsons. tfn  Half 'acre partly cleared, new  A. roomed house, bathroom,  utility room, wired and plumbing. $3500 with $1500 cash.  "Mrs. B. McLean, Roberts Creek.  tfn  FOR SALE  Rough  and   Planed   Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  KOLTERMAN  SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay-  Logs  an,d   piling.  T.   Reeves,  Pratt Road, Gibsons. 32  Large Lot, Porpoise Bay  Road, Vs acre, cleared. $1000.  Chuck's Motors, Sechelt.        tfn  WANTED  Freezing and Canning Chicken  $1.00 each. Orders taken now.  F. Holland, Broofcbank Farm,  Phone Gibsons 67 S. 34  Small collection of stamps  and old coins. Box 4 Coast  News.  WANTED TO  BUY "  Fify acres of timber on paved  road; fifty four acres, south  slope, on. paved road; Six five-  acre lots, creek, fine building  sites, ocean view, near highway;  Two^acre corner lot; House,  stone fireplace, two to five  acres on highway; Choice two-  third acre lot in village. Seventy five foot beach lot. Two  small lots. 2947 E. 26th Ave,  Vancouver,   B.C. 33  WANTED '__. FIR PILING.  For .specifications .and _ other  information   Apply   to  GANADA CREOSOTING  COMPANY LTD.  *  P.O  Box   158  North   Vancouver  Telephone:  YOrk  1177  Write   us  what   quantities   you  estimate you can supply and at  what   time.   State   your   prices,  also   your   address   and   phone  number.  Will accept water, truck or  rail delivery for fir piling. We  will give you all reasonable'  assistance. 33  Four-Roomed House im "The  Orchard" Sechelt. $2300 for  ���quick sale. Chuck's Motors,  Sechelt. tfn  Four-Roomed.'    House,    toilet  and bath, fruit trees! $3000.  Chuck's Motors, Sechelt,       tfn.  TRADE YOUR PROPERTY  Jor good home Vancouver or  ���vicinity ��� some nice exchange  listings. Totem Realty, Gibsons.  WORK   WANTED  Spray and Brush Painting;' also paper hanging. J. Melhus  Phone Gibsons 33 tfr  INSURANCE  5 ACRES, LEVEL GROUND,  ALDER BOTTOM, OFF  .SEiCHELT HIGHWAY NEAR  ELPHINSTONE HIGH  SCHOOL, ACCESSIBLE BY  ROAD. SNAP! Phone Gibsons  53. -  "SHOPSMITH" Multi-Purpose  power tqpl, model 10-E.R. Com-  lete with some accessories  including Vz H.P. motor, automatic speed changer. A.I. condition. A bargain for quick sale.  Box 391 Sechelt or phone 17 R.  35  BARGAIN ��� 20 acres land,  city water, lights, phone, close  to Gibsons, country estate site  or fine subdivision, has 3 bedroom home, barn, g a,r a g e.  chicken house, garden. $700  down gives you immediate possession, balance as rent. : Totem  Realty, Phone 44 Gibsons.  Dressed Poultry. Buy at the  farm and save. Broilers 50c lb,  Boasters 50c, Boiling fowl 45c.  Itfote: less 5c lb. in lots of six  or more. J.F. Wyngaert, Phone  Gibsons   107 H: . 35  12 ft rowboat, clinker, Thirty  Five Dollars, ($35.00). Bert  Dadswell,   Gower  Point.  H.B. Gordon Agencies: Real  Estate, Car Insurance, Fire Insurance. Phone Sechelt 53 J  Evenings and Holidays, H.B  Gordon   81 H.- or. T.E.   Duffy,  Fire - Auto - Liability. Prompt  courteous service  .  Totem   Realty,   Gibsons.  tfr.  See us for Burglary Insurance  immediately. Aggett Agencies,  Sechelt. Phone 55 R or 21 R.  WATCH REPAIRS  Three roomed house with  electricity, on five acres with  timber, garden, flowers. Mrs.  Hariow G. Smith, Reid Road,  Gibsons. 35  FIRE INSURANCE ������ new  Low Rates ��� better make sure  you have enough insurance, it  now costs so little. Totem  Really, Gibsons.  $2,000.00 down buys modem  bugalow, and large waterfront  lot in Gibsons. 'Phone Gibsons  131 M.  Two pool tables, one small,  one medium. See and make an  offer. A. Mainwaring, Secretary,  Canadian   Legion   109   Gibsons.  Fast, -Accurate, -Guaranteed  Watch reparirs. Marine Men's  Wear,  Gibsons. tfn  WATCH REPAIR - All type?  of watches and jewelry repair  ed. Reliable, fast, efficient.  Union   General   Store,   Sechelt  FOR  RENT  3 roomed .suite, sink, toilet,  wood and coal stove. Furnished  to suit steady tenant. $30 a  month. Sunny Side, Granthams.  34  LOST  Gibsons flews  This   Also  Happened  by Albert Crowhurst  Watching Dick McKibbin  pouring a new cement walk in  front of his Insurance office,  and seeing *it joining with that  in front of Erla's Kumagen Cafe  demonstarates quite forcibly  lhe fact that individual improvements can also add to the  all-over improvement .of the  Village. This little bit of walk,  costing such a ot in effort and  lime, will add greatly to the  appearance of that part of the  Gower Road.  John McLennan of North Bay,  Ontario, has bought the home  of Mr. and Mrs. William Deans,  who have recently moved to  Burnaby. Mr. McLennan spent  seven months in Vancouver  before deciding where he was  going to live. Gibsons fitted  the picture, and he is now in  residence.  Mr. and Mrs. Alexander with  daughter. Betty and son Bill up  for the week end.  Mr. and Mrs. Tom Larson,  from Williams Lake are spending their holidays at their summer home  at Gower.  Jim 'Brazel is holidaying at  Gibsons, visiting the McGeans.  Many Happy Returns to Mary  Hague and Mrs. Thomas who  celebrated their birthdays last  week.  Dr. Hugh Inglis is taking a  few day's well-earned rest,  from August 22nd, Sunday, to  25th. Wednesday, inclusive. Dr.  McColl will take calls during  his brief absence.  Last Friday, when eighteen  prominent Oddfellows visited  Gibsons No. 76 their usual hospitality was omitted, for they  had to return on the 10 p.m.  ferry.  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lamont of  Ulster Villa entertained their neice  and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. John  Armstrong, of Toronto, and Mr.  Lamont's brother, Wm. Lamont  from Vancouver for a few days.  They are all thoroughly delighted  with Gibsons during their short  visit.  Stan Allibone reports that. the,.  Budgie; which had escaped from  their home six weeks ago has now  returned, apparently none the  worse for his holiday somewhere  in the  neighborhood.  Balls & Strikes  by   Chuck   Tomkins  Well, the Peninsula lost its  chance to send a representative  to the. play-offs in town, but  Port Mellon really put up a  fight.  Woodfibre took the first game  in Woodfibre and came to Port  Mellon on Sunday fully expecting an easy time of it. But Port  Mellon turned the tables coming   from   behind    to    win   the  Thursday August 19, 1954  The  Coast News  go.  Sunday sees the battle of the  basement between Selma Park  and the Merchants at Gibsons  in -the afternoon, and for the  night cap the Firemen journey  to Port Mellon. The Firemen  have been playing pretty good  ball lately, but were foolish  enough to burn out one of the  outstaiding pitchers in the  league, namely Norm McKay.  Furthermore they have never  first game 8 to 6. The boys in I beaten Port Mellon on their  green played a very loose game j own field> so without MacKay  for the first 5 innings then they j at his best I can't see the Fire-  came in to their own. I men, Port Mellon to win.  The rally started when Mo;  Hostland hit a line drive single I  and  Woodfibre   made  a   couple   Efl Til�� Egg SV3ar_  ,pf   costly   errors   in   the   field.  Mrs.  Nuotio, ��cook  at  the  Ferry  After this Randy Wiren added ; Cafe, was baking cakes on Friday,  an insurance run by banging : She had a fresh purchase of eggs  out a terrific home run to his from the farm of Mr. Swabey, Gib-  off field.  .  This   put   Port   Mellon    two  Date   Pad  Aug 20 ��� Roberts Creek,  Annual sale of work and tea by  tlie W.A. Roberts Creek United  Church.  .Aug 20���21 ��� Annual Fair  in Gibsons School and adjacent,  halls.  Aug. 21 ��� Gibsons School  hall, annual Fair Dance.  Aug  31  Anglican    Parish  sons, among which  were some of  very   large   size.    Mrs.   Nuotio   de-  Wilson Creek  PERSONAL  WEDDING  by   Minus Three  An interesting interview recently  with Mr. S. H, Lewis who has  returned to B.C. from Southern  California where he was Manager  on a 1200 acre Pure-Bred Stock  Ranch. Coming to B. C. from England five years ago where he specialized in the development of grasslands, Mr. Lewis has broadcast over  the CBU on that subject with Tom  Leach. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis with  Mrs. R. Creighton will be leaving  shortly for Chilliwack where Mrs.  Lewis will be on the staff of the  Chilliwack Senior High School as  assistant librarian.  Several members of the Jackson  family gathered in Vancouver to  say regretful farewell to the Ewart  Harveys who have started the long  journey back to Cape Town, South  Africa by way of New York, England and France. Mr. and Mrs. B.  Dunfield were .hosts at a family  gathering and Mrs. G. W. Jackson,  gave a small luncheon party at the  Sylvia Hotel, all present were  sisters and sisters-in-law of Mrs.  M. Harvey.  Don't miss the "Tilting" Lounge  Gals!  Cheerio to Tommy Reynolds on  Saturna Island for a while and the  Bill Woods family at Sayward, Vancouver Island. We sure miss these  good friends.  ANNOUNCEMENT!     Mr'   H-   McGraw   assisting   Reg.   . i Jackson in the setting up of heavy  runs ahead and with the strong j cided to use one of these big ones  relief pitching of the one and ! instead of the two her recipe called  only "Muscles" Kuwica, Woodfibre was a beaten  team.  Port Mellon took an early  lead in the night cap and have  only themselves to blame for  losing the game. They just did  not play the type of ball which  was needed to beat Woodfibre,  and lost it" 4 to 3.  Having the playoffs here has  proved that we play just as  good a calibre of ball as they  do elsewhere, and it is still the  breaks that make a ball game.  The second game may have  been.lost through the excitement  of the players, as in my opinion  they tried a few "unconscious"  plays like trying to stretch a  three bagger ino a home run,  getting caught off base, going  home on an infield hit etc.  When a team has a three run  lead they shouldn't be taking  chances, put playing the cinches  and protecting the lead.  My first compliment of the  season to the umpires, the game  was well handled, keep it up  boys, it improves the game.  . I understand that a certain  first baseman will look before  he tags in the future. It was a  nice play anyway Bob.  My prediction of Port Mellon,  Firemen, Wilson Creek is looking better every.. day, .as the  league has just a few games to  Church Services  Key Case, blue, with keys,  miniature license plate, miniature yellow plastic ball bat on  key chain. Mrs. Daisy Bailey,  Gibsons.  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  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson | machinery at the Standard Station  of    Granthams    Landing,    B.C. |in Sechelt.  wish to announce the engage-1 Several friends gathered recently  ment of their second daughter, i for an informal birthday party in  Rose Marie, to Mr. Harold! honor of Mrs. H. Findlay. Guests  Richard Watts, son of Mr. and j included Mr. and Mrs. Harry Find-  Mrs. H. Watts of Vancouver .'ay and their three children. Mrs.  the wedding to take place on IA- Burgess, Mrs. H. Ludlow. Mrs.  September 17th at eight o'clock iA1-  Gibbons  and  daughter  Jill.   in the evening in  the chaoel of;     Recent   visitors;   Mr.   and   Mrs.  14 ft clinker built boat, 5 h.p. \ Ft.    Andrews . Wesley    Church:  Bill   Walker   and   daughter   Cindy.  Gladden     engine,     lights     and ,^e ^ev- Cunningham. A recep-; guests, of Mrs. H. Ludlow. Mr. Clem  ANGLICAN CHURCH  August 22,  1954  10th   Sunday   after   Trinity  St.     Bartholomew's     Church  Gibsons  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.   Evensong  St.   VINCENT'S   MISSIONS  August 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  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  for.  Upon opening the mammoth egg,  it was found to contain, in addition  to the normal yolk and white, a  complete smaller egg, shell and all.  Mrs. Nuotio resisted the temptation  to open the small egg until she had  shown it to all who were interested  in the phenomenon.  BALL  GAME  CANCELLED  Last Sunday's softball game was  cancelled at Sechelt. when Wilson  Creek and Selma Park were scheduled to play.  The umpire staff was required for  the two games at Port Mellon, when  the final games of the playoff series  were played against Woodfibre.  Woodfibre walked off with the  honors in the series, and will represent Zone Gat the games in Vancouver.  Hall, 8 p.m., postponed meeting  of the Gibsons Garden Club  will be held - Parlour Show Of  Gladiolas.  Oct 1 ��� Roberts Creek ���  Canadian Legion L.A. 219. Tea,  sale of work and rummage sale.  Oct. 20 ��� St. Bartholomew's  W.A.  annual turkey supper.  Oct 25 ��� Wilson Creek - St.  John's United Church W.A.  Bazaar, 2:30 p.m., Wilson Creek  Community Hall.  Nov. 5 ��� St. Bartholomew's  annual bazaar.  Nov 18 ��� Gibsons, Anglican  Parish Hall, W.I. Tea and bazaar^  THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ���  Two exceptional view lots,  close in, level walk to P.O.#  water, lights, phone, and a very  comfortable 2 bedroom home*  3 pc bath, fireplace, Duroid  roof, it only lakes $1500 to giv��  you possession, balance as rent.  FOR INSURANCE  OR REAL ESTATE SBE  Totem   Realty  Phone Gibsons 44  Evenings   95J  Member Association of B.C.  Real   Estate  Agents.  Business and Professional  DIRECTORY  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phona  For Reference  ACCOUNTING SERVICE      I f?lFT STORE  PENINSULA  ACCOUNTING   .SERVICE  Ul 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  BULLDOZING  Notions ��� Cards ��� Toys  Miscellaneous   Gifts   .  THRIFTEE    STORES  Left of Post Office  GIBSONS.   B.C.  Headquarters   for   Wool,  MACHINISTS  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized   Welding  Welding anywhere ���  Anytina*  Expert  Tradesmen  Precision   Machinists  Phone 54  ���  Res. 78  I'LUMPING  TRACTOR   WORK  Clearing -  Grading  -   Excavating,  D-4 & D-6   Bulldozing  Clearing   Teeth  A.E. RITCHEY,  Phone    GIBSONS    8fi  battery. Has 7 ft dinghy. Phone  Gibsons 73 R.  tion * follows    in    the  Gardens, Kingsway.   s>  Use The Coast News Classified  Winter   ��� -rennau an old friend of Mr. and  Mrs.  A.  C.  Gibbons.  Down from Toba Inlet, Fred  Utting to visit bis sister Mrs. V.  Lobb.  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  Mondav.  7:30   p.m  FTpr)f?pli��tir  Service  Tuesday 7:30 p.m.  BUILDING    CONTRACTING  BULLDOZING  Ron Vernon R.R.l Gibsons,  Phone 26W  MARSHALL'S    PLUMBING.  HEATING   and   SUPPLIES  Phone  Gibsons  fi4S. -  104, - or 33  RADIO  RICHTER S   RADIO  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone Sechelt 25J  RADIO - APPLIANCE  SERVICE  Speedy    Guaranteed    Work  New  and   Used  Radios  'l.RANKRS  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners   for  the  Sechelt  Peninsula.  ��� Phones ���  GH>!Wins   100 ���  Sechelt  45 J  'M.E<TKM'AL work  BETHEL   CHURCH  Sechelt  Sunday School 2:00 p.m.  Sunday Gospel 3:00 p.m.  Horae  and   Industrial  Wiring  , Electrical   Heating  ,     GIBSONS  ELECTRIC  Phone 130  Authorized General Electric  Dealer |  Radios - Appliances - Television;  ROTO-WORK  GARDEN   WORK   EASY   Witt  ROTO-HOE   or   ROTO-TILLER  Demonstrations:   J.H.   MacLeod,  Wilson Creek. .  Phorie   John   Little.   83   M  HSED FURNITURE  GOLF  MAIN - PORT GOLF COURSE  Pitch and Put:  30Q feet South  Sechelt Highway  and Pratt Rd.  C & S SALES & SERVICE  Agents f&v  PROPANE   GAS  Combination  Gas  Ranges  Sales  and   Installations,,  (Free   Estimates)  Electric and Gas Hot Plates  NEW   &   USED   FURNITURE  LINOLEUMS  Phone 30 S Sechelt  NOTARY  PUBLIC  MAG  JOHNSTON  95 J  ANDREW  Sechelt  Member  Society of Ncic-y Public The  Coast News  Thursday August 19, 1954  The Park at EIphinstone Bay,  under the Parks Division of the  Forestry Branch is practically  completed. Roberts Creel-  people have always enjoyed  this site, and im the past have  done considerable work clearing blackberry vines and brush  from it, to keep it open for the  enjoyment of the people.  The crew of 24 boys under  the foremanship of Don Caruth-  jers of Chilliwack, have made  the Park a place of natural  beauty, with their clearing,  making of the road and cleaning up of underbrush and  debris. Elphinstone Park is  available for the public to enjoy, and will be under the  supervision of the Forestry  Branch (Parks Division) from  now on.  The Campsite, just off the  highway west of the Elphinstone Road, has been; a big  project. It will not be altogether  completed this year, but several  of the camping spots will be  available for use.  The boys have cut timber  from the large loop of road, and  have levelled each campsite,  cleared a parking spur, and  already have spread and raked  fine gravel over several of  them. Trails have been cut  through the woods to the "outdoor plumbing" whis is under  construction. On Saturday, Jim  Rusk, with his bulldozer, was  busy clearing stumps from the  roadway, and levelling and  grading.  The stumps remaining on the  Loop are evidence of the  amount, of work accomplished  by this young crew, but Don is  sure they'll all be gone within  the two weeks yet remaining  for them to work.  According to Carruthers, the  crew will be back on the site  to finish the project next summer, marking the completion  of the first in a series of such  campsites on the  Peninusla.  The woods are kept in as  nearly their natural state as  possible, with a good entry  road, a good gravelled loop of  road   off  which   the   campsites  Standing Of  Local Ball Teams  The   Mid   Peninsula    Softball  League   has   almost   completed  its   regular  schedule   of  play,  and.: as of last Monday, August  16th, the Team "Standings were  as follows.  Team  Port Mellon  Wilson   Creek  Firemen  Pender Harbour  Selma Park  Meh chants  There are still several games  to play, that have been the  results of cancelled games on  the regular schedule, or the  result of the Playoff schedule  interrupting the regular series.  So don't place too many big  bets unless you are willing to  take a long chance. Somebody  may win four straight and  upset all the calculations.  Gower  Gleanings  Wins  Losses  15  7  15  9  15  9  11  13  9  16  7  18  Former Gibsons  Teacher Married  One of the Elementary School  teachers at Gibsons, Miss Mary  Donald, who was very popular  with the pupils and the parents  of the area, and who did a great  deal of work with the student's  choirs for the Talent Night and  for Festivals, was married on  August 7th, to John Orr Pollock,  sorn of Mrs. Pollock and the  late John Pollock.  The wedding was in the  Mount Pleasant Presbyterian  Church, with the Rev. J. Murdo  Pollock, a cousin- of the groom,  officiating.  The best wishes of the Gibsons community are extended  to Mr. and Mrs. Pollock.  SMILE  I was standing in front of the  corner drug store when I saw  a young fellow in a flashy convertible pull up at a bus stop  and ask a pretty girl how far  she was going. His big confident  leer froze on his face when she  xeplied "Not that far!"  are located. There wall be a  smart sign at the camp entranc"  dividing the east-west legs of  the entry and exit "Y".  by Gypsy Towers  A busy week end f��r Mr. and  Mrs. Jim Dykes when Mrs.  Dyke's nephew, Bob La Fortune, flew from Port Radium,  N.W.T. ,18 miles from the Arctic Circle to Edmonton, and  drove through the States to  Vancouver for a look at the  bright lights. Picking up his  sister Fran, her husband Jim  Taylor and cousin Mary Dykes,  they joined the caravan of  motorists to the Peninsula and  a couple of days of fishing, fun  and frolic  at Gower.  Miss Ursula Qvrist absorbing  the  salty breezes  of the  Point  while she  relaxes and recuperates with  her friend Mrs. B.B  Hill.'  Walter Wilson back to join  his family at Duport for a  couple of weeks and really give  the unawry salmon a tug for  their struggle with his spun  glass casting rod. Lorraine  Hodge looking very fit also  spending a few lazy days there  after an exciting week or so at  Brentwood on Vancuver Island,  yachting, surf-riding and fishing. 7  Sorry to report the unfortunate collision of Eve Webb and  her swarming bees. A very unhappy encounter with Mrs.  Webb getting the nasty end of  the deal. Glad to say, however  that the patient is making a  good recovery. Regret too, to  report that Mr. Webb had his  troubles with a car running into  his car, with resultant shock,  but with the passage of time,  that situation is clearing itself  up. Hope that all the unlucky  incidents that have happened to  this jovial pair, have happened  and from now om pleasant  things will be their lot.  Mr. N.T. Hill back from 'a  visit to his family in North  Vancouver. Mrs. Bond and her  friend, Miss Home, also having  a little jaunt in to the bright  lights.  Mr. Wright of Toronto spending a week with his sisters, Mrs.  Henderson and Miss Dora  Wright at Bedeque.  Jim   Pawley   and   his   family  having a week's holiday at Surf  side,  the Dukes seaside rendez  vous.  Young John Bow, Kay and  their two children Bobby and  Henry holidaying at Stron-  jlochie.  The  Quillayute   proudly sail  ing up the Bay to her new post,  looking very smart in hernew  paint job. The Gower Road  getting very dusty and rutty  with' the unprecedented traffic  and lack of attention. The fish,  both large and small, jumping:  well* to the bait as all fishermen, experienced and otherwise report catches of grilse,  salmon and cod. Here's hoping:  September makes up for our  cloudy July.  HERE IT IS:  ��a_w  isston   Two  With the 1  famous AU-  Position Carburetor ONLY  $480.00  Come in and Discuss Trade-Ins  "Any Old Power Saw is worth $50.00!"  We Make Really Liberal Allowances  You know you can't beat a Disston Saw  and "THE MERCURY" Is Tops!  SERVICE, LTD.  Phone 27-K Sechelt  <^_  i  s*  The freshest selection of late-model, low-mileage,  used cars in history is pouring into our Ford-  Monarch Dealership, because of record-breaking  new Ford and Monarch sales. That's why we're  able to give you the best used car deal in town . . .  the widest choice of spotlessly clean, top-condition  trades . .. oifered at rock-bottom prices. To be sure  of the best deal, buy where you see the Ford-  Monarch Dealer sign and the A-l sign, trustworthy  signposts guiding you to satisfaction!  PHONE  SECHELT -64 B.W.M. BONE  Chartered  Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  ��� TAtlow 1954 ���  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  Sunshine   Coast   Lodge  NO.   76   I.O.O.F.  MEETS     LEGION    HALL  Gibsons, 2nd & 4th Friday  FOR SALE  1952   DODGE   3   Ton  Special Dump Truck  $3500 Trade or Ter/ms  1947   FARGO   3   Ton  Special Dump Truck  $1750 Trade or Terms  Thursday August 19, 1954  The  Coast News  (Itink's Motors  Phone  54 W    Sechelt  General view of the huge Alcan Kitimat which was inspected by  ust 3rd. The plant will  envent-  aluminum    smaller    project    at the Duke of Edinburgh on Aug-   ually be six times this size.  ALLAN & BARTER  IMPERIAL 'OIL   LI-WITl��  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.  c^-jaaawodwuaw  Sechelt  MURDOCH'S  Phone  11 J  PENDER   HARBOUR  Clothing  Fishing Equipment  Boating Needs  Groceries  *  Frozen Foods  See Us For  MOTOR TUNE-UPS  AND  REPAIRS.     0  ��i�� ��t* *K* '*   *.*>  We'll Keep Your  Car  In Summer Driving Trim  *     *     *     *  TIRES,    TUBES.    BOOTS,  ETC.  ARC   WELDING  Electric   and   Acetelyne  Outside and Shop Work  Large or Small  Jobs.  j*# . -I* ��J* ���!> '  Marine   Engines   Repaired.  ��� s& sjs *  REST ROOM  Phone 48C ��� Sechelt  by Aries  Ruthie Lumsden is spending  a few short days with her little  friend Joyce Beale at Egmont.  Kathie Toynbee has gone to  spend a short holiday with Mr.  and Mrs. Guy Powell and family, who have recently moved  near   Aldergrove.  Mr. Bob Hackett has been up  from Vancouver getting the  house ready for Mrs Hackett,  who will be home soon.  Mrs. E.E. Redman is in Vancouver for the month of August,  whilst son Sidney will stay at  the Sechelt home.  Mrs. W. K. Berry and daughter had planned on a long holiday at Port Arthur to visit  daughter Mae, Mrs. McMullin,  but will wait for a day or. so to  see the outcome of the rail  strike.  We were sorry for the little  boy, Morrison, by name, whose  small dog was badly hurt by a  police dog at Sechelt. We did  all we could for the little dog  but he was torn very "badly  about the neck and ears.  Notice Mr. Gordon Potts is  back in Sechelt spending a  little time in Sechelt from the  Inlet, whilst husband is away  north fishing.  Hear Selma Pak Sports Day  was very much enjoyed, a little  disappointed that' the crowd  was not larger. The committee  worked very hard to make it  a success.  Mrs. Bertha Power is in Vancouver for a few days with the  children.  Mrs. Gladys Gavin here from  Nanaimo is a guest of Mrs.  Margaret Gibson.  Most of our Native Brethren  are back in the Village, owing  to the pending strike. It makes  a very great hardship among  our Indian People who are only  too anxious to fish and make  a stake for the winter.  Police  Court News  Earl Lowden of Port Mellon,  charged with driving without  due care and attention, having  overturned his "car at Granthams Landing, had his case  dismissed when it appeared that  a faulty tie rod had cause the  accident. Mrs. Lowden and two  children, passengers in the car,  escaped with minor cuts and  bruises.  Samuel Reid' Taggart, of Port  Mellon, was fined ten dollars  and costs for exceeding the  speed limit at Hopkins landing.  Donald Russel Abx-ams, charged  with desertion, was sentenced  to three months imprisonment  at hard labour.  Charged with stealing a letter  from the Wilson Creek Post  Office two. years ago, Benny  Paul, Indian of Sechelt, was remanded in custody, without  plea, pending preliminary hearing.  The theft with which Benny  Paul is charged was that of a  letter alleged to have contained  a cheque sent at the time of the  date   of   the   late   Dick   Cook,  Fisheries Inspector. When members of the family wrote the  Fisheries Departmen, advising  that this cheque had never been  received, records were, searched  and the cheque was found to  have been "presented for payment, and had been honored,  it bearing a signature thought  to be that of Mr. Cook.  Investigations started at that  time have culminated in the  arrest and charging of Benny  Paul.  ELECTRICAL   WIRING  s.es asid Appliances  SUPPLIES  Fittings arse! Fixtures  BATHTUBS   as low as $55.00  (Pembroke Type)  TOILETS.  Complete $45.40 (Latest Close Coupled)  BASIN   Complete $27.90  (Includes Taps and Drain)  DO  IT  YOURSELF  Or Have Us Install It Complete  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  Phone 60K  Sechelt  _  BREAD BEING SOLD  DURING  STRIKE-LOCKOUT  An employee of McGavins,  Ltd., one of the baking companies at present concerned in  the Strike and Lockout of  Bakery employees in Vancouver, exhibited a loaf of Shelley's 4-X Toast Master bread  purchased fresh in Irvine's  Landing on Saturday.  Shelley's is another company  in the same wage dispute, This  loaf, purchased on Saturday,  August 14th, at 19c, was shown  to demonstrate the oddity, of a  firm in the wage dispute still  produciig bread for distribution  to country points.  'a  YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TOOUR SHOWING OF  BEAUTIFUL  FURS  FRIDAY 'AND   SATURDAY,   AUGUST   20TH   AND   21ST  From 10:00 a.m. uniil 5:00 p.m.  AT THE  Selma Park General Store  MEN'S   SPECIAL:   SPORTS   SHIRTS  Medium Only, Regular $5.50 To Clear $3.95  FRESH   FRUITS   AND   VEGETABLES  APRICOTS   FOR   CANNING  Full Line of Fresh and Cured Meats  FREE  DELIVERY  Phone Sechelt 76  The Togf erv  Phone 56H  Secheli  THE SECHELT PENINSULA  BOARD   of TRADE  5:MW��_M^fe^>,WU^3fa��BBB��M��-��-^  The Residents, Businesses   and  Organizations of POWELL  RIVER, WESTVIEW,   and  SURROUNDING  AREAS.  On their Final Attainment of a means of travel io the rest  of the Province.  The Sechelt Board congratulates the  Powell  River  Board  cf Trade for its part in this attainment.  Our  Board  heartily  welcomes  you   all  lo  the  SUNSHINE  COAST.  Egmont News  by G.M.  There is now a new district  engineer. Mr. Imer Beamish  called in to see him while in  Vancouver. The fact that Eg-  morit wanted a road was news  to him. He may be up sometime  before  August  21st.  Saw the Quillayute make  several irial runs last Thursday  August 5th. The pile driver was  still working at Earl's. -  '* ���  ���  We can see the ferry from  Egmont as it goes out through  the Gap between. Nelson and  Captain Islands.  LOGGERS:   have you tried  THE   NEW  BATTERY   OPERATED   PHILISHAVE  ELECTRIC RAZOR? It's just the clear rig.  Operates on   three standard flashlite batteries,  nionth's shaving on three batteries.  Let us show you this unique  ELECTRIC  RAZOR  One  BiaSQNSfcr  ���r,V������2Kfc_S��#>'  CANADIAN  AMH-RSTBURG,  ONT.  VANCOUVER  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Contra! 8cctrd or by the Government of British Columbia 8  The   Coast  News  Thursday August 19, 1954  ugan  The High  by L.S.J.  Any reference herein to persons  now living and slurs on those departed are perhaps true and may be  so regarded.  The tug "Shamrock", Capt. Hicks,  had piled up a vast tow of cedar  from Loughborough Inlet at Cas-  gidy's Landing. The destination of  this tow had been Centre Bay, but  the Captain's timing of a sou'east  Btorm had been faulty, and consequently he had not got round  Gower Point, winding up thereby  at Cassidy's.  The ghouls of the beach combing  fraternity were generally on the  qui vive for such occasions, and  When the 'Shamrock' lumbered up  to .the wharf at Gibsons, most of  the boys were there looking for  business.  After hearing the Captain's story  a deal was made, even to picking  up his towline that he had to let  go. The first calm spell, and we  were out there and it was a sight  to behold, about a mile of beach  piled high with logs, boomsticks  and chains all hither and yon.  We got the towline first and in  the course of time between storms  we gradually cleaned everything  up. At least that was the supposition, but then and even now, there  is the question of the unmarked  logs. These logs were segragated  and kept out of sight and were regarded as treasure trove. I suppose the best word for such action  is freebootery, as any logs not  marked have no legal owner and  by the judicial use of sharp rocks  many faint brands were quietly  erased.  After a suitable time had elapsed,  these maverick logs were towed to  town for disposal and it was on one  of these excursions that we fell  foul of this mulligan. The two boats  had pulled out bright and early  With just a mugup, and it was not  till we were well out before the  thoughts of grub made it apparent  that each thought the other would  have  something in  the locker.  This dilemna caused no concern  except a stream of good natured  turgid profanity directed at all and  sundry, but it did result in closer  investigation that revealed some  Btale bread and a black pot down  in the hold with remnants of a mul-  Winner of an Honorable Mention  in the International Calvert House  Competition, this new kind of a  l^-storey house gives its occupants  a great sense of space. It is designed as a- simple rectangle by  Eric Defty, a British architect currently at Harvard University.  Its garage is located beneath the  west end of the dwelling. .An old-  fashioned large kitchen is adjacent  to play and dining space. The  children's bedrooms are at the opposite side of the house from the  living room and by 'arranging the  clothes closets may be used either  as three single bedrooms or as a  double bedroom, a single bedroom,  and a playroom. Upstairs is the  parents' sitting room and off it,  their bedroom.  ligan adhering to the sides, and  Ike said it was duck and about a  week old. We thought we could  handle it, altho it had that odor of  closed hatches and burnt oil that  is   so familiar  in  fish   boat  holds.  Another factor however was plain.  There was not enough for four of us,  so Doug grabs an old rusty single-  barrelled shotgun and whacked the  first seagull that came close enough  to be picked up.  Here is where the payoff came,  and to witness one of these sea  fowl being drawn and quartered by  old Doug was far from an appetizing sight, but he revelled in it. As  personal cleanliness was not one  of his most desirable traits, one  was, in the parlance of those days,  nearly gagged by it, but to show  any squeamishness would have been  very much out of place. However  the two "Newfie" chefs made light  of it and said they were raised on  seagulls, which in their, case had a  modicum of truth, but what they  ate in Newfoundland and what we  had in the pot was a different kind  of eagle so to speak.  At that stage of life and being  somewhat of a gourmet I did have  a go at it and once was enough.  I can still recall the exotic flavor  of that mulligan and it was a theme  ��  for comment whenever we met in  later years. Ike is still around  somewhere but old man sea claimed  Doug, and as for snuffy Frank, he  will see Limehouse no more.  Pacific  National Exhibition  A Vancouver photographer cap-.  ��� tured the Pacific National Exhibition's Silver Medal at the recent  judging of the 15th Annual Vancouver Salon of Pictorial Photography.  He is Andrew James of 1127 Barclay Street, whose print entitled  "Eve" was selected from more than  nine hundred others for second  prize honours.  The Gold Medal for the best print  in the show went to Arthur M.  Underwood of Rochester, New York.  Alice Igertheimer of Brookline,  Massachusettes was awarded the  Bronze Medal for third prize. An  honourable mention went to G. H.  Baxter, 532 East 18th Street. North  Vancouver. -*  Winners of the First Annual  Color Slide Competition were:  H. J. Johnson, Chicago, Illinois,  Gold Medal; Hoyt Roush,.Charlotte,  North Carolina, Silver Medal and  Helen C. Manzer, New York, Bronze  Medal.  More than two hundred prints  were selected by the judges for  exhibition at the annual Hobby  Show, a feature of the Pacific  National Exhibition, August 25th  to September 6th. Color slides will  also be shown regularly at the  Hobby Show.  Sunshine Coa:  Traffic Speeds Op  Motorists will be delighted  >with the increase of five miles  per hour permitted now on the  main highways of the area. New  signs have gone up along most  stretches, designating a 'speed  limit of forty miles per hour,  instead of the former thirty  five.  Slow zones have been shortened along the Davis Bay and  Selma Park ereas, and the  speed limit there is now twenty  five miles, instead of the former  twenty. This fact will please  motorists, and may empty the  columns of the Police Court  News, who knows?  Slow zones through Sechelt,  Gibsons, and at schools will  remain the same.  Pedestrians as well as motorists should take note of these  changes for their own protection, and children within the  slow zones as well as on the  highways should be taught the  correct side of the road for  walking, when they must be on  the highway.  i��aBa������m^eaWH_u_i_u_-  THREE   TIMES  LUCKY  Earl Bingley reports that for the  third time in succession, he has  had prompt results from one insertion of a 'Classified' in the Coast  News. The last time, a girl's bike  was advertised for sale, and was  purchasedN before  the  week-end.  Earl believes these little ads are  the biggest little salesmen on the  Coast.    -  SEAVIEW  LUMBER  Lumber  Roofings  Paints  BUILDERS'    HARDWARE  and SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 92 B  At the Sign of the Home  SIXTEEN GOOD LOTS-  HOPKINS LANDING  Sensational Bargain  Good  View,Nice  Location  'Offered To-Day At Less  Than Half Price  Must Be Sold,Its A Good  Investment  All Sixteen For Only $2200  Phone 44 *  Gibsons  .  mv^wv^iWA'^'V   WyWVW"  1  J  'i��my.Pt  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.  Congratulate The People of Powell River  nvite You To Stop and Enjoy Our Service  1954 AUSTIN A40  SOMERSET  PERFORMANCE  Erection   Indicator  Defroster  Heater  Now Only  *1S95.0D  AUSTIN  ECONOMY  Genuine Leather Upholstery  Foam Rubber Seats  Full Air Conditioning  All kinds of Body work . @   Paintin;  Phone 27  Repairs  s  "OFFICIAL MEMBER A.A.A."  isston & Titan Power Saws. - Parts &  Fenders Renewed  Sechelt  NEW LOW PRICES  TITIAN One - Man Saw  New Price $383.00  MERCURY  DISSTON Two - Man Saw  New Price  $480.00  TITAN SER^S 45-A ONE-MAN SAW

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