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Array Published   in   Gibsons.   B,   C.  July   26,  1956  Volume  10, Number 30  Kr. Milliard E. Ireland,  %  Archives B. C,  Parliament Bidg,��  Victoria, B. C.  Serving the  Growing  Sunshine Coast  ANDREW  JOHNSTON  lead  er  At 7a recent meeting of the  Sechelt  -Peninsula'' Board     of  Trade,   Capt.   Andrew     John-  stony of Sechelt was    elected  president    for    the     coming  year.   Other  officers     elected  were J. Parker, vice president;  T.' Duffy, Treasurer;  and    H.  TRoherts, Secretary.  1     '(Members  of  the  executive  rcommittee are Messrs McKay,  Miliary    Berry,  Sim,    Cooke,  Mayne,   Garry,   Osborne,   Sr-,  McNabb,  Toynbee,  and' Pearson as past president.  7 The committees are made up  tints: Entertainment ahd catering: Alf Garry,   Wally Berry,  I*arks, Totems, Service Clubs:  delegates:: -E".  Pearson,     Bert  Sim: harbours, roads, communications; felF.' Cooke',"* 3A Toynbee;   federal,   provincial     and  municipal affairs: J.  Parker,  <jr. Millar:  special events  and  publicity: J. Mayne, T. Duffy;  commercial and industrial expansion:   Don  MdiNabb,     Ted  Osborne   and  member^iip,   I.  McKay.  7 A.:Jfoeiiiy&ye silver dollars  <are: available to young arid old  alike. Nri favors are being  shown and no holds barred so  long as the winner sinks a  hole-in-one.  The event is the Kiwanis  ust 3, 4 and 5 and the promoters of the tourney, which by  'Hole-in-one tourney on Aug-  the way is for the Kiwanis  welfare fund, remember that  last year Danny Kuwica of  Port Mellon sank a hole-in-  one..'   "     \  With aU ��� the huddin 7 golf-  ers available on the Sunshine  Coast aea there should be several winners this year.  There will be a $50 grand  prize for ihe winnerr of the  tourney plus other good prizes.  Heartless driver  Sechelt R^CM-P..'. report a  hit arid run driver left a deer  with a "broken back alive on  the roadside early on Saturday mrning, after running into it with  a vehicle.  The young doe was found  by a local resident and killed.  Cpl. Cummins *��� asks everyone to report accidental injury  of this .nature to animals, so  that they may be put out of  pain as soon as possible. Anyone who would hit and injure  an animal and leave it* lying  on the road! would be likely to  drive away after hitting a  human heihg.he said.  AH garbage disposal pits in  . the village, and operated by  the village of Sechelt will be  filled immediately at village  expense/owing to the fire hazard, the Village Commission  decided at its recent meeting.  This means there will be.no  public pits for disposal of garbage, and anyone within the  area who has not done so may  contact Robert Rigler, garbage  collector, at 104F for regular  collection.. The fee is $1 per  month for weekly collection,  for householders.  Mr;v W. 33. MacDonald was  appointed provincial sanitary  Inspector, ..replacing B. Williams.  Porpoise Bay road is now  classified as a provincial, government highway, from its intersection wtih Dolphin street  to pie Porpoise Bay federal  wharf.  The Board of Commisioners  discussed and passed on the resolution drawn up by the Local Recreation Commission. The  Recreation Commission may  appoint, subject to the approval of the Soardt,. recreational  personnel for whom funds  have been allotted or acquired.  When such personnel is engaged with contributions from  the grant-iniaid plan of the  Community Program Branch,  consultation with the branch  is required with respect to  qualifications and training of.  such personnel. The Recreation Commission shall have  supervisory responsibility over activities provided .and^conducted, on. or in ycohri^tion 7  with parks, 7 playgroundsy athp  '--vletiCj-. ^ fi^��^\y7Jhvhing;;: facil-  ities -arid *heaehesf7��aridy indj&or  centers, and shally haveXy the:  power to conduct ?any form of  cultural or recreational activity, unless other agencies al- ;  ready  conduct such' activities.  Accounts    payable 7 by  the  Board   of    Commissioners  to-  , tailed $49.11, were passed for  7 payment.  ���', A letter was read from, the  Sechelt Peninsula Board of  Trade protesting the trade  licence fee of $50 per day or  portion therof applicable to  carnivals and circuses as. provided for in bylaw No. 1, "The  Village of Sechelt Trade and  Licence Byaw,   1956'!.  The clerk was requested to  notify the. Board of Trade .that  after study and comparison  with other organized areas, the  , Commissioners concluded that  the fee is fair. The -Board suggested that in the event the  B. of T. decides -to sponsor  such a show, a delegation from  the B. of T. meet with the  Commission to discuss possible  easement, in view of the special circumstances under  which the show is being sponsored.  The clerk was asked, to  write o letter of thanks to Mrs.  E. F. Cooke, f6r~mounting and  framing, at his own expense,  the map of Sechelt which he  had previously presented to.  the board.  The next meeting will be  held in the municipal offices  August 1, 8 p.m. Any person  or delegation wishing to come  before the Board. at any time  is requested to write a lettr,  narhing the business to be dis-;  cussed, and tlie speaker or  speakers, at least two days hefi  fore the meeting at which-they  wish to be heard. T"  gets re  They werey^whoOping ityiipi$  in the sedate Parish^ Hall and::t  talk centred' onr hot dogs; pop-y|  corn, candies, merry-go-rouhds.y  and so-forth. ���"���."       . 77    y  The lads and lassies, older ?y  young 'uns or young old 'pjisy  were picturing themselves on X  the fahv grounds: come y Augyy  16, 17 and 18 and strivingyt;6 7  complete arrangements for the ,i  supply of fair fare' for the y;  really younger fry. y There*  wasn't too much argument- a-,|  bout the need for hot dogs,.;��;  candies, pop-corn and other ^  sweets and it was arranged^;  there would be outside booths Xy  for the sale of such wares. |.  With an eye to business |  when it came to arrangingyfor |  prizes to give to pet parade i  winners it was decided thato^  every child would getja small $  cash sum which would be>E  spent, it was argued, "'���' at - the;y  pop and-eandy stalls and theTy  money yreturned to the fairi-  board qoffers. 7'77'ylj  Elliot shows will again b'eyln%-  the, Elementary school groundsJi  Twith; its usual rides with  theTy  ^awycommittee receiving a --peryX  Tpentage ofythe. take from the|H  :^m<^77W*'-^^^  y 7 The7?air board: wants more  help7 as the annual fair is becoming    bigger  and      better  every    year.   Volunteer .help  would be a big help at y this  stage of the preparations^ Roy  Malyea, the chairman reports-  TFair  entry  forms   but    not  actual entries can be left at the  office of-The Coast'News for  people  who    prefer   to    turn  theirs iri while shopping. These  forms  will fee picked up    by  members of the fair committee.  It should be remembered* that  actual entries must be placed  in the hall for them and not  left at The Coast News. Next  fair  committee   meeting    will  be Fri.  August 3 iri the Parish Hall.  A luscious bathing beajity  or beauties would have looked  nice in the above space but as  there are so many luscious,  bathing beauties along the  Surishine Coast and therefore  no novelty, the staff was of the  unanimous opinion that a  delectable British Columbia  salad would serve; the purpose  just as .well. Those opposed to  the idea should please write  their��� provincial legislature representative and state their  reaons, in quadruplicate. Now  to, get d'own to business Help  Yburself to sparklifag health  by 7 serving a Whopping Big  Tossed Salad Combine crisp,  garderii-fresh, vitamin-filled,  B.C. grown vegetables in any  cbrhlbihation you wish: 7 then  toss them to a glistening glow  iiyrtth 77your^,^yprite^ oily'-.and;  as if freshly caught  If you ever wondered whether star-fish ran be kept in  their natural state it is now  possible.  M5rs. TEvelyJri jStillvtell   and  Mrs. Edna Brooks after pains-.  taking hours  of   work    have  come up with a solution, the  Most Popular Player Contest  For Marine Men's Wear  Awaard  Need  shown  for  hospital  The need for a hospital in  the southern part of the Sunshine Coast was brought home  to a study committee on hospitalization when it met Monday night at the home of Ben  Lang in Selma Park.  It was right next door that  TMrs. G. Wigard was struck by  a truck and injured while  members of the committee  were waiting for other members to arrive.  Dr. McKee was unable to attend fthe meeting owing to  having to attend the victim  of the accident and Dr. Inglis  had to leave early to take care  of patients of Dr. McKee as  well as his own. The meeting  continued its study on hospitalization.  Onecareless match!  ���   '   "Wi'/y-���--  FORESf FIRE  CONTROLLED  A fire reported! to the Mad-  eira Forestry office Friday,  July 20,, about mid-morning  was,burning in a small area  some distance east of the highway, three miles north of the  Kleindale junction.  The area was that in which  snag fallers had been working,  at the head cf one of Dubois  logging trails.    7  Forestry officers and local  loggers were at the fire soon  after it was reported.  Men were called from' the  Babe Ruth ball game at Pender Harbour Friday evening-to  help fight the fire, which was  reported to be under control  Monday, July 23.  in accident  Mrs. Gunnar Wigard of Selr  ma Park - suffered a broken  ;7 pjekas. ^hdvhtherinjuries when).  n;^av:^^^&^y^^S^^t'''^y%y^"-  into the path of a truck, on  the highway just outside her  home on Monday evening.  Mrs- Wigard had alighted  from the bus after a trip to  town, walked around the front  of it and was struck by a  truck driven, in the same direction by Charles K. Opheim  of Powell River.  According to the RCM7P. at  Sechelt, the truck . was moving slowly, 2i3>out 15 miles an  hour at, the time, and was a  one-ton size. The driver tried  to avoid Mrs- Wigard and finished up headed into a garage  /driveway. Mrs. Wigard was  attended by Dr. McKee of  Selma Park and flown at once  to the Vancouver General  Hospital. Mr. Gunnar Wigard  was brought in from his logging on Sechelt Inlet by Lou  Fox. at ihe request of the  R-C-M-P.  secret of which they will not  divulge. They live in the Halfmoon Bay district and have  produced a new type of souvenir which should be attractive to tourists.  Samples of their work in  star-dash, wfermwtood deeoira*  tives andi miniature sea gardens in oyster shells have been /  displayed, in Gibsons Hordware  store several days. There ar��  also pieces of driftwood pre*  served in their natural" state  with barnacles and sea life  still attached to them: ' Each  one makes an attractive souv? *  enir of the Sunshine Coast.  ^Mi^stai^ ���'������������  ing oh the hours of" labour she  has put in to achieve her remarkable success adds that all  smell which usually pervades  such items has been removed  and the product can be handled safely by any person.  To look at starfish one  would believe them to be a-  live because they have retained their natural plumpness.  There is the possibility they  might be displayed at the  Sunshine Coast Fall Fair as  part of the marine exhibits.  Boat service for  p  orpoise  Bay  Glen WicMurad     j^ ��W DRAW  off to convention  Glen Wicklund left Tuesday  for FredericXc, Maryland where  he will represent Elphinstone  High at the Junior Red Cross  Study Centre.  Glen is one of three students chosen from British Columbia *o attend this conference. They will be met in New  York' by the Junior Red Cross  and taken on a four of the city.  Fifty-two countries will be represented and will study International Relations and the  good neighbour policy.  The necessary funds to- finance the trip were raised by  shows and other money raising  attractions by the students of  Elphinstone   High.  Two new numbers have  been announced for the first  and third prize in the Dominion Day celebration draw.  The two numbers are 212  and 498. These numbers can  new qualify for the first and  third prizes respectively. They  were drawn by officials of the  day committee.  Board of. Trade    Celebration  The previous numbers, 454  and 481 are withdrawn as no  'one has claimed them.  A new maritime passenget  and freight service has been  started at Sechelt, leaving the  Government dock at Porpoise  Bay to all points in Sechelt  Inlet  Operators of this service,  the Sechelt Maritime Service,  are John Hicks and Jerry  Fahrni, who have in service  one 26 foot express speed  boat, with other boats lined  up as the demand for service  will  indicate.  They have made arrangements for the movement bf  heavy freight, as welj as package freigbt.  A regular schedule will be  published shortly, to all points  in Sechelt Inlet, Salmon and  Narrows Arms, for passenger  and freight traffic.  My Choice Is  Team  ..... .;  Vote  as  often   as   you  wish  .Contest closes  midnight Aug. 6  Leave ballots at The Coast News  WATEH BOARD  In order to proceed with  application for the reservation  of an area as a water source  for the Pender Harbour district a board or association of  interested parties must first be  formed. This advice was received from Victoria Roy Murdoch. Board f Trade president  reports.  Inquest Thursday  A coroner's inquest will be  held on Thursday, July 26 at  7 p.m. to inquire into the  death of Len Williams, who  died as the result of an accid1-  ent on the Seohelt Highway  pt Davis Bay on Saturday,  July 7.  KEYS FOUND  Lost keyes have been turned in to the Coast News office  and are awaiting their owners.  One is a ."ingle Yale lock type  and the others, in a fcire?cT7, nre  annexed io a rabbit's foot.  VISITOR   DIES  Mr. Richard Loyens, of Long  Beach, California was "t-mov-  t ed from his ya ht Phantom  on wh..h he ^"1 his wit2 were  touring the B. C coast and  taken to St. Mary's Hospital  at 11.15 p.m., July 18: It was  found that he was suffering  from a perforated ulcer. A  plane was ordered to convey  Mr.. L.oyens to a Vancouver  hospital, but due to night-  flying regulations doui 7 not  arrive until, five a-m. July 20.  The patient had dice? of r -v-  itonitis at 4:45 a.m. He .as  55 years of age. ~&Bifc&sr'  ' ] Published by Secheli Peninsula News Ltd*  every Thursday, at Gibsons, B.C.  r        Member Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association  *. and the B.C. division of C.W.N.A.  f Box 128, Gibsons, B.C. Phone 45Q  F&ED^ CRUICE, Editor arid Publisher  DO WORTMAN, Advertising Manager  Authorized Second-Class Mail, Post 05fies Department, Ottawa.  Sates of Subscription: 12 mos., $2;   6 mcs., $1.25;   3 mo&, 75d.  United States and Foreign, $2.50 per year. 5c per copy.  What has happened?  ; ^Organization of a Recreation committee at Sechelt and  ,the naming of the same comihittee to be a Centennial celebration committee causing one to ponder and ask what has  happened to the Gibsons Recreational committee. Not much  has been heard of it for the last year.  It might be significant to point out that at the last regional conference of Recreational committees not so long  ago, Gibshs was conspicuous because of its absence. It did  not have any representation there at all.  . Perhaps some official of the committee might like to  '.state the position of the committee whether it is defunct  ��r otherwise.  Shucks! More garbage  Ye editor doffed his outer garments, put on a bathing"  suit with the idea of having a quick plunge and swim, the  other early evening. Arriving at the float arid ready for the  plunge that refreshes, he found garbage floating nonchalantly by/  It was necessary for him to wait several minutes for  the garbage to get by aided by an incoming tide. It brought  to mind the suggestion made several weeks ago that someone should start a sweepstake on the date when Gibsons  will have a garbage system at work. In the meantime anyone can have a free guess. It will be, we hope, before Sechelt  decides to open lip another garbage dump.  Could be done, maybe  . A visitor, in fact a couple of them, dropped injfco The  Coast News off ice within the week to enquire whether there  was a place they could go to change into bathing suits for  a swim. They were referred to the municipal dock area; in  the hope someone would take pity on: them and give them  a> little privacy so they could change.  This prompts the thought that perhaps Gibsons is becoming sufficiently well-known by day-trippers drops' the  summer who come over to explore arid have a swim as well.  While there are arguments for and against, it would be nice  if there were two or three shelters, or removable tents, established at the municipal dock which could be used by visitors to change into swim suits.  i  '���A  ANNUAL  . FLCWEfR$ncw  L.A. CANADIAN LEGION, SECHELT  AUG. 2--2P.M,  Flowers, Gard.   Vegetables  Jellies & Jams  Canned Fruits & Vegetables  ALL ENTRIES IN BEFORE 12 NOON  Open To Peninsula  A  SENSE OF DUTY  A very long time ago the  Prophet Jeremiah compared  himself to a bird which aroused the jealousy of ether birds.  He wrote: "Mine heritage is  unto me as a speckled bird;  the birds round about are a-  gainst her." That is what happens to the gaily-colored bird;  the others envy and attack  her. _" . .,:,  11 have often thought of this  when public men are viciously  attacked. Whatever be the motive behind it, hostility is often aroused and sensitive men  suffer, and it becomes difficult  to persuade sensitive men-to  run for office in poblic affairs-  Not so long ago Mr. Gordon  Grayson M.P., died. I knew  him intimately, and altogether  apart from political - allegiance,  I consider him one of the finest men we have had in.the  political life of this country.  Scores of fine tributes can^e  from men who were not of his  party; by sheer worth -of char-  actor this man won his way  into the confidence and esteem  of men ,who differed, from  him in the views he heldy7p  was a magnificent lesson; in  toleration and goodwill.  ..��     *     *  ��� ��� i-  ��m .-   I.  It caused me to remember  something I once saw in  Westminster Abbey; two monuments standing side by side,  one to William Ewart Gte'd-  stone, and the other to his  political rival, Benjamin Dis-  raelli- After many a bitter  quarrel the two are remembered and esteemed. y  The United States has also  been blessed by many men  ahd women who took their  responsibilities, seriously. .  When Calvin Coolidge was elected president of the United  States': tie wtasat first almost  stunned by the course of events. He had always been shy  and reserved. Evan as a boy he  preferrel to let others do most  bf the talking. Some people did  not care fc*r this and tlie wor,d  ,was passed around that, he w&5  cold and aloof.  When he first called at the  honie of his girl friend- - who  later 'became his wife - - he had  so little to say that it was hard  to get any conversation started  After he had been introduced  to the girl's parents and other  members ofythe family he sat  on one end of the parlour sofa  and while the other people  were talking he never said a  word. It wasn't that he was  dumb; that was the last thing  in. the world that could be  said of him. He was just shy.  self-consious  and  felt  a  little  awkward. ,7  * *  *  He became a lawyer in a  small town ���and lived in a  very simple way. As far as  making money was concered,  he was no go-getter, actually  his income, for the greater  part of his life, was no more  than that of a good mechanic.  He was not socially ambitious  and  for    the    most part his  friends were men who, like  himself, had simple tastes.  When he entered politics no  o^ae e;ver thought that he  would go very far. He was  not easy to know and never  went around patting people  on the backhand getting himself called a jolly fellow.  He did his best and never  seemed to bother about what  people thought of him. He  had none of the flashy qual-  ilities that make men popular.  He had strong views about  right and wrong and he did  the right as God gave him to  see it. Yet this quiet, shy man  became president of the United States. More aggressive and  ambitious .men were passed by  and he was chosen. In the  long run the people can 'be  trusted and most people, at  least mos voters in the United  States, knew that underneath his reserve and apparent  coldness there was a warm and  sympathetic heart. Besides,  they knew he was a man of  high ideals and could be  trusted.  How does a man feel when  he is elected to a posistion as  exalted and responsible as  that of America's presidency?  No two men take it in the  same way but when Calvin  Coolidge was called! to this  important task he did a very  characteristic thing. On the  very morning that he was to  assume the presidency he  visited his mother's grave,  )m.  Sechelt Maritime Services  OPERATING JN SECHELT INLET  ANNOUNCE INAUGURATION OF  Speedy Passenger and Freight Service  To All  Points  In  Sechelt Inlet - Salmon Arm - Narrows Arm  DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE  Departures from Government Dock at Porpoise Bay  Regular Schedules   to be    Announced Later  For CHARTER TRIPS, Phone Sechelt I8-W, 37 or 14-Y  or Contact  John Hicks and Jerry Fahrni  Arrangements Made For Trans Shipment Of Heavy Freight  2    Coast News, July 26, 1956  Forest classes  for teachers  Something new in forest education will be introduced in  British Columbia this summer  with the opening of the first  Teachers' Forest Conservation  Workshop under the joint  sponsorship i, of ithe Canadian  Forestry Association and the  Faculty of Forestry of the University  of British Columbia.  To be held at the University  Research Camp at Loon Lake,  near Haney. B.C., August 13-  20, the workshop is designed  to j acquaint school teachers  with the basic principles of  forest management and conservation. Although emphasis will  be placed on forests and forestry, consideration will also  be given to the other natural  of water, soil and wildlife.  Since practical demonstrations  are essential to the proper visualization of the conservation  story, field trips will form an  important part of the 7 -xday  program.  Topics will be dealt with  by lecturers drawn from the  top ranks of the Forest Service, the Faculty of Forestry  and the forest industries.  Teachers planning to attend  this unique Workshop should  communicate with the Canadian Forestry Association, 550  Burrard St., Vancouver 1, B.C.  for further details.  When logging began in  British Columbia, there seemed to be no limit to timber resources. Today the forest industries must practice forest  management to ensure con-  tinous production.  "  JOHN J. DUNKIN  Doctor ofOptomeiry  9o6   Birks  Building  VANCOUVER, B.C.  I.O.O.F.  Sunshine  Coast  Lodge No.76 meets Gib  son's Legion Hall 2nd and1  4th Friday each month.  r  Because of its high investment and permanent nature,  the pulp and paper industry  has a primary interest in forestry and sound forest management.  Don't   forget   to   read   The  Coast News Classified.  mmmmammmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmam  For Guarenieed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S   JEWELERS  Work   done   on   the   Premises.  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  Mrs. Muggeridge I J  You may not. Ipse money      J  like this uhtorttiiiate lady      J  but   you   probably,  Ji&e      ��  small sums just;as quickly;      f  Why hot set aside thbse     f  small suttis-r-they cam so     |  easily  grow  into  a  sub-    |  , stantial cash  reserve. for     |  your future. An investors    g  Syndicate plan  will help    j  you. Call or write- t  !i  i  Write or Phone  NEVILLE ASTLEY  District Manager 'j  503-640  W.   Hastings |  Phone Marine 5233 ,1  Vancouver  2, B.C. ! I  *  !~"\  " eyndicate ��? cjkitt*K'*tm}*m  on the  says H. Oawnie, President oi the Campbell JWvei Fash and Gam* Protective Association.  "A cigarette discarded by a passing  motorist could cause the destruction  of our scenic Island forests  which attract visitors from all over  ihe continent A good sportsman  always uses his ash tray."  H. DOWNIE, President of  the Campbell River Fish  & Game Protective Association  has been in the district only  a short time, but has had  years ef experience In B.C.'s  forest country.   He knows  from experience that constant  vigilance is necessary to  prevent fires, either in  or near the forest.  Everyone who enters or passes near the woods during  the hazardous summer months has an obligation to be  familiar with and carefully observe all fire safety  precautions. Never discard a lighted cigarette from a  moving vehicle ��� use your ash tray. Protection from  fire is vital to good forest management ��� a forest  .wisely managed will yield crops forever.   -  U  MacMiLLA  &. SLOEDEL LIMITS  *J Crazylpattern for garden pat  Coast News, July 26,  1956   3  Textured stone for garden  walks is often hard to get and  expensive, tco. Cut flagstone  is the more economical and  can be made interesting, as  well as practical, by the use of"  informal patterns.  ; Two such patterns are shown  in. the accompanying Garden-  Graph. When the crazy pattern  is used, small perennial plants  can be introduced at intervals  to add interest. Plants suitable  for  this  purpose   include   the  iiLitii  POTATO  : The annual memorial flower  show of the Canadian Legion  Ladies Auxiliary at Sechelt  will be held August 2 at 2 p.m.  in  the  Legion  Hall.     Entries  i'rock-LOVING I /  'PERENNIALS _.        '  'IN CRAZY PATf ����N  WALK     - " '--'    INFOfcMAt-  .* FLAGSTONE.  CHIPS  fiwhwl  WWAJLX.  saxi-frages (red, pink and yellow), thyme, pinks, Sedum  acre, arenaria and cotula squa-  lido. This type of walk should  be used only with an informal  type of house of either colonial or English architecture.  An informal flagstone walk,  such as shown in the Garden-  Graph, can be laid upon a  foundation of cinders,   gravel,  fuiiy Connv?  .1;  Insurance must "Fit"  to be of greatest value  Be sure you have the  correct insurance   for your  needs  N. Richard McKibbin  INSURANCE  25th Anniversary Year  Phone 42 Gibsons B.C.  __.m  slag or other porous material,  with a layer of sand, approximately one and one-half inches  thick, as a cushion for the  flagstone. The turf joints; between the stones should be a-  ibout one to one and a half  inches wide, and should not in  any case exceed three inches  in width.  Apart from material and  size, the chief point is to remember that a path should  serve some useful purpose. It  should lead somewhere. Often  paths in gardens appear to  lead nowhere. To void the  purposeless appearance of  such a path, it is only necessary to> place a sundial or bird  bath at the extreme end, thus  giving a finish to the feature.  When planning a straight  walk, mark it off with stake  and string. If a curved walk  is7 being planned, use a hose  instead of. stake and string,  for the hose is flexible and  can be moved about until the  desired curve is attained.  I  i  VOLKSWAGEN  CARS - WINDOW VANS - TRUCKS  PANELS  ECONOMY - COMFORT -  SMARTNESS  Sales - Service  4 - WHEEL DRIVE  Jeeps - Trucks  - Sedan Deliveries  must be in hall not later than  12  noon that day. Here  is  a  list of tiie entries:  1.    Vase Astors, not less than  three  colors   and  six   blooms.  27    Vase   Annuals,   three   distinct varieties.  3.1    Vase   Clarkias,   any     one  variety.  4. Dahlias,, three blooms, decorative.  5. Dahlias,     three     blooms,  Cactus.  6. Dahias,     three    blooms  Pompm.  ���(77    JVasje   Godetia,   any    one  Variety.  8!,     Marigolds,       6       blooms.  Scotch.  9:     Marigolds,   6   blooms,  African. ��  ���'IQv- Perrennials.     3     distitnct  varieties.  i 1.. Sweet Peas  ,  12    spikes  iniixed.  712;   Snopdragons,     6     spikes  mixed;  137 Stocks,     3    blooms     any  variety.'      .  14. Zinnias,     3  blooms    any  variety.  15. Roses. 4 distinct varieties.  AVilson Creek  ;  BY. MRS. D. ERICKSON  5 Mrs. Fred Vigor of Selma  Park is expected home from  her holiday in England oh  August 24, aboard the Empress  of  Scotland.    .  I! Mr. arid Mrs. William Carpenter are now living in Wilson:  Creek.  16. Bowl of Pansies.  17.. Pot plant of African violet.,  18. Pot plant, Begonia fibrous.  19. Pot plant, Begonia tuberous.  20. Pot plant.  Geranium, single or double. ���  21. Pot   plant flowering.    *  22. Pot plant, foliage.  23. Pot plant, Fern, any variety.  Beans;      Broad, 12 pods.  Bush, Green, 12 pods.  Wax, bush 12 pods.  Beets table, three roots.  Cabbage pointed, one head.  Cabbage  round, one head.  Carrots without foliage,  4.  Cucumber, table, 1. .  Onions, 4 varieties (tied tops)  Multipliers   or  shallots     one  i^m&atm  plate (12)  Pickling, one plate, (12)  Vegetable marrow, one.  Red currants, one plate.  Potatoes, six early.  Gooseberries, one plate.  Apples, early, 6.  Jams, Jellies and Pickles.  We Furnish Your  HOME  A Complete Line of  FURNITURE, DRAPES  RUGS, LAMPS  RANGES, REFRIGERATORS  RADIO, TELEVISION  etc.   etc.  A  10%  Discount on  your  Complete  Home  Furnishings!  You Can Make Your Choice* Right  --- ��� On Our. Sales.Floor  'arts - Repairs  Station Wagons  GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE: POWER SAW SALES & SERVICE  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  Phone 75  Sechelt  ���'���'' In the early days, world  demand for wood products was  hot strong enough to pay for  Small logs, or broken, material. ���  Today much of this residue depends on this Province's ability to keep costs down in.a  "feohipetitive world /expprt. mar-,  ket.  Richter's Radio T-V  Phone 6  Sechelt  -*��&  ^��^WS|i  $mi$mmim!im*vm&m$te<r  The  N&virs  has  Mrs  Hied  Lumsden  Phone 44W  as SECHELT  Mrs. Lumsden willr accept news items,  want ads, advertising or any other  copy for The Coast News  Circulation matters should be addressed to the  Gibsons Office  s  mmMfflfflm8a^^mm&& JUDITH   FLETCHER  Mr- Ed..Wray of Vancouver  visited his father and mother.  Mr. and Mrs. John Wray of  Whiskey  Slough.  H. L. Sangster of Victoria  and party of friends have been  cruising the waters of Pender  GOATS MILK  ALWAYS AVAILABLE  30c qt. 16c pt.  Delivered From  ROBERT'S CREEK  to  HOPKINS LANDING  including   Gower Point  GEORGE CHARMAN  Phone Gibsons 148M  arbour district  Harbour area on the yacht  Twin Isles. They are enroute  to Princess Louise Inlet.  Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Bibbs of  Vancouver, B. C- are guests of  Mrs. Nesta Home of Sinclair  Bay.  Mr. and Mrs. Andre Erickson from Gironville, Alberta,  were guests of Mr. and Mrs-  W. L. Fredrickson of Yonqui  Comp,  Billings Bay.  Mr. and Mrs. Myers of Vancouver are spending a few  days at ,their summer home  in Sinclair Bay.  Mr. and Mrs. George Hen-  nessy of Baltleford, Sask.  were guests of Mr. and Mrs-  H. A. Penner, of Irvine's Landing.  Mr.  D.  N.  MacDougall     of  Truck Driver Wanted  for 5-Ton Gravel Truck  Steady johfor right man  Ran Vernon, I73Q Gibsons  Records - Records - Records  Available At  Richter's Radio T-V  Phone 6 Sechelt  MRS. ROSS SMITH, HAIRDRESSER, GIBSONS,  announces her premises will be closed  FROM JULY 30 TO AUGUST 7  when she will open in the premises next door.  THE PHONE NUMBER REMAINS THE SAME,  II7-Y GIBSONS  mtanmm �������������>������������'  Canadian Legion, Br. 109  ANNUAL PICNIC  " "V      Sunday, July 29, at Roberts Creek  yi     Members and Ladies AuxiHiary  Meet at Legion Hall at 10.30 a.m.  WATCH FOR  THESE BRANDS  on your  ���4  \S  GROCER'S  SHELVES  Use it in  the  Newest  Household  Appliances  In your gas range, refrigerator, hot  water healer, you can use bottled gas  safely conveniently and econo?nically.  Wo deliver.  PHONE ��� OR SEE US  Phone 33  4   Coast News, July 26,  1956  Ojai,  Cal.,  spent several  days  at the Harbour.-  Mr. and Mrs. Mac Lester of  Hassan's store are visiting  friends and relatives on Vancouver Island.  Mrs. Constance Harper who  has been teaching school in  th.e Prince George area has returned to her home m Kleindale for the summer.  Mr. and Mrs. VVhitey Lund  of Bremerton, Washington,  spent a few days with friends  in Garden Bay.  Mrs. D. Norrish of Nanaimo  spent several days with her  daughter and husband, Mr. and  Mrs. Glen. Seney.  Mr. and Mrs. Ken A. Ford of  Seattle visited Garden Bay  for a few days.  Mr. and Mrs. Mangram, of  Bremerton. Wash., were visitors to Garden Bay.  A. C. Reid of Vancouver is  visiting his sister and husband,  Mr. and Mrs. Gil Hascamp  at  Irvine's Landing.  ��      *      * ������'������''*"  Miss Joyce Taylor of Seattle is holidaying at Princess  Louise Inlets  Mr. Wilber Edwardson of  Vancouver, spent the weekehd  with his parents, Mr. and Mrs-  Bob Edwardson, at Pender  Harbour.  Mr. nd Mrs. James Cox of  Texada Island have moved to  Duncan,   B.  C.  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hayter  of Seattle are on a holiday  trip to Pender Hrrbour.  Mr. F. M. Phillips of Portland, Oregn arrived on his-  yacht The Toby at Irvine's  \ Landing. Mr. Phillips has been  spending his vacations in Pender Harbour for the past  twelve years and always has  friends with him. This time  his guests are Mr. and Mrs:*  Ben Friedman. Miss Emma  Witt and! Master David Bur-  dick,  Mr.  Ian  Woodburn  was   in"  Vancouver for  the funeral of-  his brother Judge Eric .Wood- *'  burn of Prince George    who  died while on a visit to Vancouver.   -���   ��� ������.'������"���*.��'.  The   yacht   Escape "of Port-J  land, Oregon anchored in the .  Harbour during the week. Sev^'  eralyof the large party aboard^  had good luck fishing in Leesv.i  Bay.  Mr.  and  Mrs. Buckley    of  the teaching staff of the Mad- r.  eira Park school are at present <  in  Victoria  where   they  will ^  spend their holiday. .��  Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allen,:*  of Vancouver  have taken   up 0  residence at Oyster Bay. Mrs.   .,  Allen   is  the   former    Senika  Kollemenen,  daughter  of Mr. ���,  and   Mrs.  Renee  Kollemenen.;  Mr. and Mrs. Stan Brown of si  Langley are residing on Francis Peninsula.   Mrs.  Brown  is  ���  the former Nancy Lee. ���>?:���  * * *  Mr. Spike Grismer and party   of Cloverdale,  spent  sev-.:.  eral  days   fishing  and    were.,-  successful in    landing    eleven y  springs,  the  largest  of which  was 27 pounds. ���;,  Mr. H. Holderson and Mr. .  Pait of Nanaimo are guests of .  Garden Bay Lodge.  Mr. Tessaro  if Abbottsford, ,  accompanied; by her son, Gary,  and friend,   an*  spending  the  weekend with Mr. Ted Tessaro V  at Garden Bay Lodge.  Mrs.  W.P.  Peiper and   son,  William,,  are   spending  a  few .  days in Seattle-  Miss Barbara Munson of .  Abbottsford, who is Miss Ab- ,  bottsford for 1956 and a contestant for Miss P.N.E., was a  guest of the Jack Woods, new  partner of the Madeira Motel,  over the week-ei)d.  Mr. and Mrs. Morley Walton, accompanied by their son  and daughter, from West Vancouver, are guest�� at West-  mere Lodge.  Mr. and Mrs Jack Woods of  Vancouver, were recent visitors to Sladey's Motel, Madeira Park.  Mr. and Mrs. Ed Slater,  of  of Vancouver,   are  guests of  Mr.  and Mrs.  DJ. Parkes of _.  Murdock's   Landing.  Mr. and Mrs Bill Whisken,  of Vancouver, are guests of  Mr  and Mrs. Stan Bowdler.  Miss Eleanor Remmen has  returned to Garden Bay from  a two-week visit to New West-  minster.  Korie  Nygard, accompanied :  by Carl and Ronnie Remmen,  oi  Garden Bay are spending  a weeks vacation at Tobe Inlet  Mr.  and   Mrs. T.E. Worth-  ington of Seattle are spending  a week here.  i Mrs. Wm. Cochran., and  daughter, April, of Vancouver,  are spending the summer at  Texada  Island.  Mr. and, Mrs. Frank Johnson and family of St. Vincents  Bay are living at Garden Bay-  Dr. and Mrs. Glen Agnew of  Vancouver are spending their  vacation in Pender Harbour.  Mr. Gordon Currie, of Chilliwack, is spending the summer holidays with his sister  and her husband, Mr. and Mrs.  Danny   Leavens.       ���  Andy Skipper of the   Fisheries Department has returned  from, a  visit to the   Southern  .States.  Visitors from Seattle this  rweek were: D.F. Holllis,  George M. Donally, William  Breitenbech . and wife, Larry  %nd Robert Mills and wife.  Schuelers and Robert Mills  i Miss Margaret Morse, of  Honolulu, is a visitor, as is Mr.  and Mrs. F-C- Hellenthai cf  Port Blakeiy, Wash.  Ben Klein off .Vencouver  spent the week visiting friends  in Pender  Harbour. ��  Gil HJascaimp, Mr. Billy  Wray, Mr. James Marsh, were  recent visitors to Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gates  of Tacoma, are spending the  week fishing in Pender Harbour. ��  Other visitors are: Mr. and  Mrs. Verne Thompson of Toronto, Miss Margaret McRitch-  ie, Vancouver, Miss Judy  Thoma, Yakima, Mr. and Mrs.  CJ. Cock, Vancouver; Mr. and  Mrs.   Warren Rathbones,  Tac-  T?l n^w'^ur^S^    HELP WANTED  .Bothell,     Wash;   Mites    Mary  Luppold,   Seattle;   Mr.  Harold Lady  to   cook   and   tidy  cot-  Dollar, Pt. Townsends, Wash.; tage over 2 week period, im-  Miss  Anne  McLachlan,   Van- mediately.   Phone   124A  Gib-  couver and Miss Harriet Ran- sons,  dall of Portlands Ore.  All Types* & Sizes ol  Phone 25 G  Sechelt  "i   '���  the TceeE^y  for BEACH WEAR  for Men, Women & Cliifidrei*  SMART COTTON PRESSES  Phone 95Q  Sechelt  LUNCH  SPECIAL!  MILK SHAKE &  HAMBURGER  THIS AD &50c  VIC'S COFFEE BAR  DAVIS BAY  Every Tuesday  CANADIAN LEGION  GIBSONS  Sponsored by the  Veterans Social Welfare  ^mtmammmmti^mitmsm&ii^^m^^mi^smitm^m^^^mm;  On  this  Our  Second  nniversary  Tired,Weak Men!  Get NewPepat 40,50,60  ���Cot new (I  ittmyytay that  ,  TonteTnblett today. For weak, rundown, tired  .and energy the quick -  thousands! Try Ostrex'  {���at feeling due to lack of Hon at 40,50, ar 80;  Icooditions yon may call "getting .old"." They  .'stimulate, invigorate, revitalise and eaergiza  Mood, organ*, naves. Ton soon feel yetun  ���younger. Both ssies get asw pep. "Get-ao-  iaaaintod" (fee cost* little. Bo wise, get -pop,  netr health, anfck thrifty rvey. Try Ostrex  tfi*sr. At  W  0'  0  &>���  Expresses  Appreciation  to those who have,  helped  us  to the  Success  we  have enjoyed  s -      >v  Gibsons Branch: EDWARD HENNIKER, Manager ��  Sechelt Branch: DONALD McNAB, Manager ���  Port Mellon (Sub-Agency): Open on . . ���  Canadian Forest Produas Ltd. semi-monthly paydays ���  *���������������<  ��� osao*��*B��a ������������������� ������!������� ��i*i><>��9>>�� ���������,������* CARD  OF   THANKS  Sincere thank s to my many  friends for kind messages and  eards in the loss of my dear  brother Stonewall (Prutt), Wilson Creek.  Dorothy  Erickson.  :stj  TOTEM FLASHES  Corner lot close to Post Office,  priced to sell for only $650.  Summer    home     at     Smith's  Cove, 2 room cabin on 40 ft.  FOR SALE  Chesterfield and chair, in good  condition $50. Also boat trailer $35. A. Holden, Fletcher  rd.  Gibsons.  ENGAGEMENT NOTICE  Announcing   the     engagement water    front  along with    the  of  Mrs. Dora Doyle  and   Mr. furniture you will get a 10 ft.  A.  C. Wilson (Andy), both of boat    ahd    two a half John-  Sechelt,  the  wedding to  take son outboard, a snap at $2200.  place  at the residence of Mr. Williamson   Ldg.   3  Plywood plotform for tent or  porch, 9' X 9'. Apply N.B.  Gronneberg, Soames  Pt.  and    Ms. Roy    Doyle,    Halfmoon Bay, Aug. 11,  7.30 p.m.  Canon   HU.   Oswald   officiating.'  Cost' "-        ������  Between Port .Mellon and Sechelt via Gibsons, 2 black indexed address books. $3 reward. Mail to E. J. Conway,  834 Rogers Bldg, Vancouver,  B.C.  14 ft. inboard. 3V6 h.p. Briggs  s(nd; Stratton   clutch,   lots   qf  extras.     Best    offer.    Dunlop  bedroom    Beach Ave. Roberts Creek. 30  home fully  furnished,  on  100  ft. water front, this is one of  the best buys of the summer,  only $5800 easy terms.  View home at Granthams Ldg.  need some work but worth  more than $4200, but you can  buy at that price.  Always a better buy at  TOTEM   REALTY   Gibsans   B.C.  White Clinker-built-!0 "ft. row    Comfortable cottage, good wa-  hbat. Top planking dark green.  4 row-lock seats. From Williamsons Landing. Contact Y.  M.CA. Camp.  ter supply, electricity, two  acres standing timber. Reed  Rd. east of North Rd. D.E.  Arnold, owner. 30  ANNOUNCEMENT  Ralph N. Smith, wishes to announce that his Fix-it shop is  Three large lots 50 by 279 on  Sechelt highway five minutes  from post office. Exceptional  open for business and is lo- view, cleared. Phone Gibsons  teated on the Lower Roberts 133 after 6 p.m.  Creek road, 1 mile east of WaterfrontageTSechelFCan be  Roberts Creek. We also do subdivided. Box 450, Coast  chimney sweeping, roofing and    News.  all general repair work around    5 acres> small house, good well  your home.    Sorry  no phone    water>    electricity>    on    good  as yet.   RR1,  Gibsons B.C.        highway.   H.G.  Smith,     Reed  Mrs. R. Smith, hairdresser will    Road Gibsons  he closed one week from July  31, and will open on Aug. 7,  next door.  New Fairchild 220 A magnetic  phonograph cartridge with diamond styus. "Scott 11 IB preamplifier and noise suppressor  eliminates record noise and  hum. Both quite cheap. Phone  Gibsons 76M.  Be Thrifty," Shop Thriftee for  all Girl's clothing, from tlie  new /baby to teen-agers. -- We  have some lovely nylon dresses for little girls! Thriftee  Stores, Gibsons.  *WWM���H*w umi ttwt i��MWBinn���wwa���n���m��b  DIRECTORY  PENINSULA'  CLEANERS  Cleaners  for  the   Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone:  Gibsons   100  TOWING AND   FREIGHTING  W. Nygren, Gibsons 13    tfn  PERSONAL  Two bedroom home, bay area,  8 years old, modern, no. hills.  For information,     Phone  34F  Gibsons  wanted"to rent  2 bedroom suite,  when avail-  Do you weigh   a little too    'oble, furnished of partly furn-  much? Would you like to slim    ished�� suitable for year round  down    without    dieting    or     living, by responsible    party,  "drugs"?     Try  "TAFON",   an    P'O. Box 215, Gibsons.        tfn  effective    mechanical    means To buy or rent,  small house  of removing hunger pangs. As by elderly couple. Box     185,  advertised   on  TV,   "TAFON" Gibsons. ���_ '  is  now   available  at  LANG'S  DRUG    STORES,     GIBSONS  and SECHELT.    .  HELP-WANTED  Young" man seeks steady job.  Truck driver,    anything    considered!.;, PX>7: Box .109, Gibsons. ������    .  WORK WANTED ,  Spray and brush painting;  also paperhanging. J. Melhus.  Phone  Gibsons   33. tfn  Sedentary work wanted by  married man with family ���  available immediately ��� can  FOR RENT  Low rent for good house on  Coast, good garden, fruit trees,  sheltered bay. Fisherman or  pensioner.; ,Box,    452  News.      ' 7 7 ''    . ^'.Xa'xx      3fr  GIBSONS BOAT WORKS  Boat Builders & Repairers  Phone  Gibsons  11IX  BECK &  DAVIS  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  Residential Wiring '&" Repairs  Electrical Heating   Installed  Anywhere on the Peninsula  Repairs to  All Electrical  Appliances  Free  Estimates   Gladly  Given  Phone Sechelt 69W  LIFE INSURANCE  Continental Life  Insurance   Company  LORNE BLAIN, Agent  Box 188 Phone 82G  Gibsons  NOTARY PUBLIC  Legal   Documents    promptly  attended to  W.J.   (Jack)   Mayne.  Phone   24. Sechelt   B.C.  GIBSONS  BUILDING v SUPPLIES  LTD.  "WE    CARRY   THE   STOCK"  Phone Gibsons 53  B.L.   COPE  Auditor   and  Accountant  Fifty Years' Experience.  Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone, Gibsons 22C  PLUMBING  MacleocTs Plumbing  and Hot-Water Heating  2 Qualified Plumbers  Service Anywhere  Fairbanks- Morse Pumps  .:���   and Pressure Systems  Wilson   Creek  Phone Sechelt 20M  PENINSULA  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  Al?   Types  of  Accounting  Problem;! Expertly Attended  >Village Enterprises Bldg.  Sechelt  Office  Open 9  a.m.���5 p.m.  Daily  :;     Phone Sechelt  98F  REFRIGERATION  SALES and SERVICE  Commercial ��� Domestic  25 Years' Experience  A.  M.  CAMPBELL  SECHELT 83Q  Notions���Cards���Toys  >'���   Miscellaneous Gifts  THRIFTEE    STORES  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  Headquarters For  Wool  LEGAL  GOVERNMENT    OF   THE  PROVINCE OF B.C.  DEPARTMENT OF  AGRICULTURE  SEALED   TENDERS,   marked  "Tenders       for     Agricultural  ���Clearing",   addressed   to   the  Land  (Clearing   Division,   B.C.  Department     of    Agriculture,  Legislative Buildings Victoria,  B.C. will  be  received  by the  Department until August 4th,  1956, jfor Land Clearing in  parts of the Sechelt Peninsula.  Tenders will be submitted  ���en a per hour basis for crawler  tractors, equipped, with suitable land clearing blades and  rear winches. No tenders will  be considered for tractors of  less than 70 draw-bar horsepower. Estimated amount of  work $5000.00. No guarantee  of amount of work can be  given.  Moves  will be  limited  in  so   far   as is  possible  and    ,.     ,    ,        .     ���   .���  consideration will be given for    ^t1?!. ^^,rt w?s a j^  moves    within   an  area.     No  In anticipation of a revival  of boom times, Newcastle,  Ont., is marking its centennial  with   unusual  enthusiasm.   In  special tender form is required but tenders must set  out: Make, model and year of  port but gradually other Lake  Ontario centres attracted Hie  larger ships. Now the St. Lawrence seaway  gives    promise  tractor,     make     of    clearing    J ^ !?tUm S* *npf��nce to>  blade, location of equipment,  rate per hour and consideration required for moving.  The Department reserves  the right to reject any or all  tenders, and the lowest tenders  will not necessarily be accepted.  Hon. W.K. Kiernan,  Minister of Agriculture.  Wm.    MacGillivray  Deputy    Minister.  Victoria, B.C.  12th July, 1956.  Newcastle and the 1,113 residents are preparing for the  day when ocean liners will be  berthed in their harbour. Eric  Johnson will ride this century-  old bicycle in the centennial  parade which will have the  residents dressed as the town's  founders were in   1856.  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Buy direct*from -the"mill. Lum  Intention to Purchase Land  I,   Arthur James Smith,  intend  to  apply for permission  to, purchase  35  acres  of land  HILL'S   MACHINE    SHOP    in    group    one,    New West-  Mobilized Welding 7  minster  district    bounded  as  Coast    Welding Anywhere ���. Anytime 'follows:       Commencing at  Expert    Tradesmen         ���;,..,  *    : post     planted       at     the  Precision    Machinists         ''  South   West   corner of lot 3250  ~. ��� ��. ��      *r   ��.  n  * u -      j.    j*       The    Minister of Lands    and  Phpna-ySA^y^R^^ NS^ cIia^74? th^7 Forests in^the Wright y o* the-  ���*- -iNorth       West  corner  ber,  plywood, doors, building    MARSHALL'S- PLUMBING   ,L��t 3250, thence West to the  THE  DATE PAD  July  28:   Roberts   Creek  Recreation���' Park   Committee  Dance.  Auglst.   Wed.    The  Women's  Auxiliary   of   St.   Bartholomews  Church    will hold a  Garden Tea at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cole, 2.00  p.m.  till 4.30.  Home  Cook-    _ ing. .,���.     .���; _,.., ...^   ..._.  of    Prince of British" dolumbia    August 2: Legion Hall Sechelt  NAVIGABLE WATERS  PROTECTION ACT  R. S. C. 1952, Chapter 193  supplies. Write for complete  catalog. Vancouver Sawmills  Limitedi, 1111 E. 7th. Avenue,  Vancouver  12, B.C., tin  FOR SALE  HEATING &   SUPPLIES     7 Easterly Boundary of Lot 3249  Phone Gibsons 134, 104 or 33   ->for 5 chains, thence South for  '40 chains to point intersecting  WIRING  Commercial & Residential  Electric  Space Heating  1  plywood  speed  boat   12  ft.  do paintingV   Phone" Gibsons   for outboard, 1 carvel inboard    AnywherT'on'The*Peninsula  ��m .    .    1  clinker inboard  15 ft. with PARKER anrt SIM  14 ft.     with ,2% h.p. J.A P.  2Y2   Briggs.   S.M.   Lamonte,  Phone  Gibsons  84M.  8 H.   Bob    Morisette,     experienced  cabinet  maker.   Kitchen  cabinets  built-ins,   guaranteed  to  your     satisfaction. Free    Estimates. Phone Gibsons 124M  Painting   and~paper hanging,  first class work. Geo. E. Bell  Phone Gibsons 12  Man withpower saw requires  part-time   work.     Phone   Gib-  sons: 72R  WANTED  0 to 300 pullets, 3 to 5 months  old{.- Write M. McLeod, Box  1029, Powell River, B.C.  PARKER and SIM  ELECTRIC  Parker's  Hardware  Sechelt 51 ��� 130 Evenings  : the Northerly Boundary of Lot  3248, thence East 5 chains to  Sakinaw  Lake   Shore,   thence"  along the Lake Shore to point  of commencement.  hereby gives notice that he  has, under Section 7 of the  said Act, deposited with the  Minister of Public Works at  Ottawa and in the office of  the District Registrar of the  Land Registry District of New  Westminster     at    Vancouver,  2  pm.,   annual  Memorial  Flower show.  Aug. 8: Rebekah tea.and home  cooking sale,    Mrs.    Sarg-  eant's    home in the    Bay  area, from 2 p.m.  August   5th  Elphinstone   Bay,  noon, annual  O.E.S. picnic.  Poster bed complete, desk, also  carpenter tools. Phone Sechelt  14T   ~~ SERVICE FUELS  Ran Vernon  R.R.  1    Gibsons,   Phone 173Q  Alder or FirBushwood  Mill Slabwood  Sand, Gravel and Cr. Rock  Products.  TRACTOR- WORK  Clearing, Gxading, Excavating.  ~ DS  Bulldozing  Clearing Teeth  ARCHES  FOR   RENT  A. E.  Ritchey  Phone Gibsons 176   v  LAURIE SPECK  HEATING   & SHEET METAL  Gibsons  149  WATCH REPAIRS  Watch and Jewelry Repairs  Marine Men's Wear. Agents  for W. H. Grass ie. Fast  reliable service. tfn  BOY'S  WEAR ����______   Jeans,    T-Shirts,    Underwear,      ���  Bathing Trunks,   Socks,   Caps    C and S SALES, SERVICE  and   Accessories.  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  GIBSONS      .  Fresh Oysters, Come, by car  or boat to Oyster Bay Oyster  Co. Pender Harbour.  For Guaranteed Watch  and  Jewelry  Repairs,   See   Chris's    p<^Thafness ancTrubber tired  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. ������'    tfn  I^URANCE  GIBSONS  Newest Shopping Centre  JOHN  COLERIDGE  REALTY  Oldest Real Estate Office  Between Lang's Drug Store  "r    and  Woods Hardware  Georgian Block  Look for ihe Big Neon  Sign  SECHELT INSURANCE"  AGENCIES  Real Estate  Prop��rty7;. Management  Insurance  Office   phone   22F  T.E. DUFFY, Agent  Residence 31Q  I. MACKAY, Salesman.  Residence fOF  Fire,  Auto,  Liability.  Prompt    12 ft Plywood speed boat for  buggy. Apply J. Reeves, -R.R.1.  Gibsons B.C. Phone 179M.  By tender - 15 foot round bottom planked double-ended inboard-utility boat,- as is, where  , is. Terms - cash. Hull requires  some work. ZVz h.p. Cushman  engine just overhauled. Hull  may be inspected at Garden  Bay Boat Works, engine at  St. Mary's Hospital. Highest or  any tender not necessarily accepted. Written bids will be  accepted by the Administrator,  St; Mary's ., Hospital, Garden  jBJafy, Irvines Landing 1 (P.O-,  B.C. until 5.00 p.m. August721  1956.  "Sun" electric tachometer W/  extra head, for any 4 cyl. engine- Complete. R. Ritchie,  {Boise 1106 Gibsons. Phone  107W. tfn.  Agents  For  Propane Gas  Combination  Gas  Ranges  Sales  and  Installations  Free Estimates  Electric and Gas Hot Plates  FURNITURE  LINOLEUMS  Phone 3 Sechelt  WIRING and APPLIANCE  SALES  Electrical Wiring  Alterations and Repairs  F. UTTING, WILSON  CREEK   Phone  67F or  15T  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical  Heating  GIBSONS    ELECTRIC  Phone 130  Authorized   GE  Dealer  Radios. Appliances, TV Service  LET US  HELP YOU  '���������'VVs ."   PLAN NOW  For  ypur  Construction  Needs  AH types of  BUILDING or ALTERATIONS  ami  LIGHT GRADING  Intention to Purchase Land  I. Douglas Neville Haskins.  intend to apply for permission  to purchase 50 acres of land-  in group one, New West-  district bounded as follows:  Commencing at a pest planted  at the North West corner of  Lot 3248, thence East for 40  chains thence North for 7  chains to the South East corner-of Lot 3249, thence West  for 40 chains to the South  West corner of Lot 3249,  thence along Sakinaw Lake  shore to point of commencement;  Wilson Creek  BY MRS. D. ERICKSON  Summer would not be complete without the J. Esselmont  family, with Wendy and Stephen; who are holidaying at  Mrs. B. Reid's home.  Mrs. Basil Nicholson and  three children have returned  to Oakland, California, after  a visit with her mother, Mrs-  Guiness, here.  A two weeks vacation with  tlie Ted Norburns by Mr. and  Mrs. George Lay and family.  A successful garden tea  last week is reported by the  W.A7 of   St.     John's     United  British Columbia, a description August 10.    Annual Tea    and  of the  site and plan of    the Sale of Work, Home cooking  Trier, ramp and floats propos- WA-   Roberts Creek United  ed to be 'built within foreshore Church,     2     p.m.     in       the  Lot 6523, Group 1, New West- church  grounds,  minster Land   District situate August  16th, United    Church  in   Madeira   Bay   of    Pender W-A- PoUuck, Picnic supper.  Harbour,     British     Columbia, 5 p.m. Roberts Creek Park,  and lying in front of the road TWs week>s special:  A    good  allowance adjacent to Lot 1 of building lot on the Port Mel-  JLot 20, District Lot 1023, New lon  ^g^^y   only  $450.  Westminster     District,     Plan  3397.  AND TAKE NOTICE that  after the expiration of one  month from the first publication of this notice the Minister of Lands and Forests  will under Section 7 of the  said Act, apply to the Minister of Public Works at his  office in the City of Ottawa,  for approval of the said site  arid plan, and for leave to construct the said pier, ramp and  floats.  DATED     this   12th     day     of  July,   1956.  "Ray Williston"  Minister of Lands and Forests  Province   of British  Columbia  Harold Wilson  Totem  Realty  Phone   Gibsons   44  evenings  147  FRANK BAILEY ILL .  _. Frank Bailey of Gibsons was  rushed to the Vancouver General Hospital last Wednesday,  suffering from a perforated  ulcer. Frank was taken suddenly ill in the early evening.  Church Services  ANGLICAN  July 29  9th Sunday  after  Trinity  St.  Bartholomew's.    Gibson*  11 a.m. Morning 1-rayer  St. Hilda's    Sechelt  1.45 p.m. Evensong  .St. Aidan's. Roberts Creek  3.15 p.m. Evensong  Port   Mellon  Community Church  7.30 p.m. Evensong  UNITED  Gibsons  Public   Worship,   11.00  a.m.  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.  Wilson, Creek  Publjc Worship. 3.30 p.m.  ST. VINCENT'S  Church.  Proceeds  will   go   to-    Attended by Dr.  Hugh Inglis,    Holy Family, Sechelt,    9 a.m  wards furnishing the new Sun-     it  was  considered  urgent    to  day  schol. move   him   at    once.      Keith  Mr.  and  Mrs.   Henry  Block     Wright drove him to hospital,  and 'their ewo children from  Sainton Arm were the guests  of the Paul Stroshein family.  Mrs. "Block   has   three   sisters  Smith fc Peterson Construction    in Gibons.  and he was  sent immediately  to the operating room.  ���'"���'  Recent reports indicate that  he is making satisfactory progress.  ���courteous service. Totem Realty, Gibsons  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES  'Secheli  REAL ESTATE  and INSURANCE  Phone   53 Evenings  and  Holidays   115  outboard motor.. 14 ft. Carvel  boat with"3 Vz hp motor. 15 ft.  Clinker boat with 2Vz Briggs.  S-M. Lamont, Phone Gibsons  84M.  Wood and Coal Range $35.  Haddock's, Phone Pender Harbour 122.  Ltd.  Phone 28, 85 or 90Q, Gibsons  1 y   ��� ���  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Fast work - Guaranteed  10% Down - Easy Terms  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� T-V  Fine Home  Furnishings  _ Phone 6 Sechelt  Former resident Mrs. Bea  Hicks came from Victoria to  visit Phyllis and Johnny Hicks  at  Porpoise  Bay.  A "lily growing in the flower garden at John .Corlett's  home bloomed with 112 blossoms. This is . the ., beautiful  Lilium Auraium.  AT MAINIL HOME  Mr. and Mrs. George Town-  shend and their two sons are  visiting for a few days at tlie  Mainil home on Pratt road.  They have noted the growth  and development of the area  since they were here four  years ago.  St. Mary's, Gibsons, 10.30 a.m.  Port  Mellon,   first   Sunday   of  each month at 11.35  a.m  Bethal   Baptist   Chnrch  11:15 A.M., Worship Service  7:30  P.M.,  Wed.,  Prayer  2 P.M.,*lst Thurs., in Month  Mission Circle  PENTECOSTAL  11 a.m. Devotional 1  10  a.m.  Sunday School  7.30     Evening  Service  Tuesday night 7.30  8 p.m. Friday night  Pender Harbour Tabernacle  12:00 a.m. Morning  Service  7:30 p,m, Wednesday    Prayer Meeting. iCOTTS SCRAP BOOK  By k J. SCOT?  AS ORAHqtS  RlPfcH *��  tKCMASt, VJUjUL  po  -ToSS oR.WLlKy  KIAVILY ��B-  SLOWLV.  POO-f of MOUHf.SlHA.t 4*AS ��Ut> 4H^|  POSf 1=0R. Soo Y��AfcS. ;  HIN&  AT PENDER HARBOUR  WHERE THE FISH ARE!  For Boats - Tackle & Live Bait,  See  HADDOCK'S BOAT RENTALS  Madeira Park - Phone Pender 122  CAMP SITES AVAILABLE  .��S35��SKSi*  FREE SHOW  SECHELT BEACH  SUN, JULY 29 ��� 2.30 P.M.  15 ACTS���2y2 HOURS^FREE!  TRICK SWIMMING, & DIVINQ  LIFE SAVING, ARTIFICIAL RESPLRATION  25 PERFORMERS  Everyone is invited to this  SHOW and DEMONSTRATION  ROYAL LIFE-SAVING SOCIETY  Sponsored by the Sechelt Board of Trade  S3si!l&a!SBS^iUiSMfe��!Us3f>K6>>iitfs3!BfesSii!ia5  -m  Corporation   of the  Village  of  Sechelt  NOTICE  GARBAGE CONTROL BYLAW  Ey-law No. 5. Village ,of Sechelt Garbage Control, Collection and Disposal By-law 1956. passed by the Board bf  Commissioners, came inifo^fuH force and effect on July 13  1956.  Pursuant to this By-law Mr. Robert Rigler of Sechelt, Tele-  ,phone 104F, has been appointed Village Garbage Collector,  io collect garbage and other refuse in accordance with the  collection schedules and rates laid down in the By-law.  Effective July   18   1956,  by  Resolution of  the   Board  of  Commissioners, the Garbage Disposal Pit, formerly main-  * tained by the Village   of Sechelt on the  Sechelt Indian  /Reserve, was closed and the further dumping of garbage  or refuse in this area is strictly prohibited.  ���  Warning is hereby given that any person dumping garbage  or other refuse at the former Garbage Disposal Pit or at  the site of the old Garbage Dump located on the property  of Union Steamships Ltd.  at Porpoise Bay,   or upon any  I street, lane, alley or private lot or property within  the  Village of Sechelt, will be prosecuted to the  full extent of  the penalties provided by Section 17 of By-law" NoT57~  Occupants of residences and places Jof business within the  Village off Sechelt requiring special (garbage or {refuse  collection service are requested to contact the Village  Garbage Collector, Telephone  104F.  BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS  New attractions, new commercial exhibits and a record  array of competitive exhibits  from livestock to flowers and  home arts will make the 1956  Pacific National Exhibition the  greatest in the fair's history.  President iW.J. Borrie, directors and committee members are convinced tlie * program of events and exhibits,  plus the new look in the heart  of the grounds should shatter  records.  On the exhibit side, the Electrical Building, Home of Electrical Living, features; Elek-  tro and his dog Sparky, the  ifamazirig robbotSi ^/the great  free Atoms for Peace display  direct from Washington, 7 D.C.  a$ well as Canada's sports  Hall of Fame from the C.N.E..  both new features.  The Manufactures Building, Industry on Parade presents a wide variety of exhibits  and its south end constitutes  the Building Wing a new and  free colorful and modernistic  presentation of home building.  The ground level has a new attraction in the great Sports  Fair with free demonstrations  by George Chenior, North American snooker champion .and  Canadian pocket billiards  champion, as well as a Fishing  Hole where you can catch yqiir  own trout. ��      .. ,  The Hobby Show and Salon  of Photographic Art in the Garden Building offers new ;f|a-  tures, the twice daily fr|ee  show by Danny Sailor, ywoEld  champion tree climber in n$w  ?m��'��ir..i.|nii f'MI'liVI'l  routines; the Free Outdoor  theatre from 12 noon y to|  p.m.. including new artistsTaij  the Miss Vancouver and M|ss  P.N.E. contests; free ybahd  concerts as well as free movies  in the    theatre  at the    ;B*C.  '     ��� ��� ��� ���   ��� ' ' ���������������;>��� '    ���::���;}. *  Port Mellon  BY MRS. M. WEST  Mr.  and Mrs. S. Klatt  a|id  Wayne and Gary have returned from holidays in Vancouver  and Seattle. Mrs. Klatts mother, Mrs. Gale of Vancouver is  visiting them this week.      ���.  Mr.   and   Mrs.   N.   Marlehu  ;...:.haye7left fcr two weeks h<|tk  day  in  the  U.S.' and  visitjrig  first on  Vancouver Island; f    ,  Mr. and Mrs. J. Macy with  Marilyn and Dennis are on  holiday  at  Banff.  ���MrsvyW.W; Brown ihas Returned heme with her 10 days  old son  Eric.  Maurice Hosland, formerly  of Port Mellon and how working at Port Alice was married  in Vancouver recently to Miss  Joan Turner of, Port Alice.  Several friends from Port  Mellon | attended the ceremony  and the honeymoon is being  spent  at Lethbridge,  Alta. 7  A short visit to Port Mell��>n  was made by former resident  Mrs. Grace Mitchell (nee McFarlane).  Mrs. C. Keogh has returned  from a holiday in California.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Boyes with  Randy, Robbie and Pam hake  left for the interior via Merritt,  and Mr. and Mrs. A. Gant,  with Alfie, Nadine, Barbara  and Bernadette are en route  for  the   Cariboo. ..,;1_  Latest news from Brownie  and Trudy finds them enjoying Italian hospitality and following the west coast yto  Rome. ���;-,.  Weekend guests of the Clarence Grahams were Mr. Grahams mother, Mrs. E. Graham  of Denman Island and his sister and her family Mr. and  Mrs. L. Piket with Tony, Trudy  and  Judy.  Mr. and Mrs. H. Bursey  spent the weekend cruising in  coastal waters in their boat. 5  Mr. and Mrs. R. Neff of  Toronto have been the guests  of their daughter and son-in  Mr and Mrs. P. Madison for  two weeks. 7  Mrs. J. Finlay of Vancouver  is visiting with her son and  family, Mr. and Mrs. R. Fin-,  lay.  Mr. . and Mrs. Macklam  with Steven andi . Georgette  have returned from holidays  spent in Vancouver.  When the old growth trees  are all cut and British Columbia is covered in young timber,  enough wood should grow 'to  build an average house every  16 seconds 24 hours a day,  365 days a year.  Building.  Ihe Armed Forces display  will be new. The Royal Canadian Navy will also stage its  famed Sunset Ceremoney  nightly at 10 o'clock in front  of the racetrack grandstand.  There is also the daily program of eight horse races; the  popular mink, cat and dog  shows and the Gayway with  new rides and games as well  as shows which include the  famous Ricki Covette and girls  and another, starring the vocal  group "The Original Four  Aces."  Heading the major entertainment is the world's largest indoor circus, the Shrine  P.N..E. circus produced by  Polack Brothers. It's a new  show this year. Then there is  Dancing Waters with a changed routine. Free horse shows  will again be featured in the  Livestock building.  And the new look? The  centre of Exhibition Park is  transformed by the new Administration building  and  the  beautiful new B.C. Electric  Garden Rendezvous which not  only offers rest and shade,  but is also the fair's information centre.  Police Court  A juvenile was committed  to Brennan Loke school for an  indefinite period, in Magistrate Johnston's court last  week for theft of a number of  tools.  Keith Edwards of Wilson  Creek, Carl Ostermeyer, John  Soderroos, Thomas Dooly and  ���Frederick Samuels of Vancouver, were each fined $25  and costs for speeding en the  Sechelt Highway.  James Wiren of Port Mellon,  for disturbing the peace in  Gibsons during an altercation  among ball players, about 5  a.m. Sunday last was fined $10  and costs.  Daniel Robinson, Port Mel"  Ion, was fined $25 and costs,  for driving without due care  and attention, when he drove  6    Coast News, July 26,  1956  his car into a ditch.  Frank Elliot, charged' with  speeding between Gibsons and  the S curve, was fined $30, and  warned that further infrac-'  tions would result in the loss  of his driver's license.  Gerald Fredricks, a minor,  was fined $25 and costs for.  speeding and $20 for having  liquor in his possession. He  disclaimed knowledge of the  liquor in the glove compartment of the car, stating he  often found things left there  by  friends.  Raymond     Maisoneuve    of  Port   Mellofc,   wes   fined   $25  and costs for driving without  due care and attention.  A juvenile was placed on  '6 months' probation for thef>  of a. car radio.  Exceeding the speed limit  in West Vancouver cost Douglas Stewart of 7 Gibsons $25'  and costs.  Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Joe,  and Mrs.. William Joe and  children left Sechelt last week  for Jervis Inlet, for the blackberry and cherry picking on  the"Indian reserve there.  GIBSONS MEAT MARKET  Ground Shoulder  STEAK  Grade A Choice  2 lbs. for 75c  BEEF SHORT RIBS  Grade  A Choice 25C II)  Smoked  PORK SHOULDER  Picnic Style 39C 111  Ground Round  STEAK  Grade A Choice  69c lb.  Juicy Sun kist.  ORANGES  2 doz. 69c  Hot' Weather Treat  for the Kiddies  Sted SMii  BACON  '" Rindless  59c lb.  Very Tasty  Fraser Valley  BUTTER  2 lbs; for $1.29  A 'Good Buy On  A Gocdi Product  NOTHING BUT GRADE "A" BEEF OFFERED FOR SALE  Quality Is Always A Bargain  ���   REN WATSON        -rPHONfcS^,-  ~.  ng you the freshest, finest products you con buy  8283-3  OVERNIGHT from nearby farm lands to  your food store���no wonder B.C.  vegetables are-so good! Our vegetable  growers spare no effort to grow the finest  produce you can buy. Look for the 'B.C.7 label  and you'll be sure you're getting *r  the best on the market, when our -...-  own produce is in season.  /fofLtH,  Published in recognition of the valuable contribution B.C. farmers make to our provincial econppiy. yr wsons pe  BY  PHYLLIS   M.  HODGSON  Enjoying a delightful trip  by car from their home in  Santa Cruz Cal. Mr. and Mrs.  J.H. Fenter spent ten days on  the Sunshine Coast, guests of  the  Don  Haukas'.  Dr. R.J. Boyd and family  are holidaying at their summer home "Timbers by the  Sea";  Guests of the George Webbs'  were Mr. and Mrs. Errico  from Gambier, Mr. and Mrs.  Archie Nunn and Mr. and Mrs.  Tom. Taylor from Vancouver.  *  *  v  Mr. and Mrs. Keen enjoyed  a visit from their daughter,  Mrs. MacKenzie and family.  The eldest son, Don, made the  trip from Vancouver in his  own sail boat.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Macnicol  have returned from the city,  where they attended the wedding cf their niece. Prior to  this trip, Mr. Macnicol flew to  Fort St. John and' Dawson  City where he officially opened the Canadian Legion stampede.   At this  gala   affair he  Repair Shop  Stocks The   New   One-Man  VPIOttEER JtA"  I. E. L Power Saw  HEAVEY DUTY REPAIRS  WELDING  STANDARD  GAS AND OIL  TIRES - PATTERIFS  ACCESSORIES  Kleindale  BINGO  GRANTHAMS  COMMUNITY HALL  EVERY FRIDAY  8 P.M.  CD.  ��� More Original Miles  ��� More Recap Miles  PENINSULA  LOGGING  SUPPLY LTD.  Phone II  Sechelt  was presented with a cow-boy  Stetson.  Miss Julia Meston, the new.  public health nurse is living  at Rit's Motel.  Mr. and Mrs. Berry from  Yakima, Wash, who were touring the Sunshine Coast for the  first time, were great/for impressed with its beauty.  * * *  Recent summer guests at the  George Hills include Mr. and  Mrs. Jim Donnan and Michael,  ' Mr. and Mrs. Lutan and Miss  Eleanor Whitworth...Mrs. Donnan and Mr. and Mrs. George  Mpttram are their guests for  a couple  of weeks.  Mr. and Mrs. Walt Leigh  from West Vancouver were  weekend, guests of Mr. and  Mrs. J. Stiles.  Mr. and Mrs. Hagen and  Barbara from Terrace wer^e  visiting   the Wally  Petersons.  Mrs. Marshall sr. who has  been a hospital patient for several weeks is now convalescing at horiie.  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Fred  Crowhurst   celebrated   their   silver  weddjing   anniversary   with   a  ���dinner at Dannys. Mr. and Mrs-  Eric Inglis were their  guests.  Mr. and Mrs, R.E. McAllister who spent a couple of  weeks with Mi*s. McAllister's  sister, Mrs. J.P. Stewart, have  left to continue their trip up  the B.C. coast in their, mission  boat "Eagle  Wings",  * * *  Many guests this summer  have enjoyed the hospitality of  the Lissimans at their lovely  Jproperty, Lifis��and, with its  gardens, lily pool and shady  walks. Present guests are Mr.  and Mrs. W.A. Cousins and  baby son visiting the Butlers.  Mr. and Mrs. W; Scott cf Vancouver are staying with the  Lissimans prior to leaving for  WindsorOnt. where they will  make their home. On Saturday evening members of St.  Bartholomews Choir gathered  there for a delightful lawn  party and abundance of good  things to eat.  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wallis' of  Regina were weekend guests  of7 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cruice.  -Dozens of mock chicken legs  and buttered buns, and stacks  of  potatoe  chips   along  with  Britons read  WI history  The history of Howe Sound  Womens Institute, written by  Mrs. Hodgson has appeared in  an English weekly, the Folkestone Herald.  Mrs. Hodgson, who receives  the Herald, noticed with interest the reports of the activities  of the East Kent Womens Institutes, so forwarded the paper the history of Howe Sound  W.I. believing it would be of  interest to its readers, especially as so many readers of the  Folkestone Herald have a close  hnk with Canada due to $ie  many war marriages.  SAVINGS CLUB  The Junior Savings Club of  the Credit Union at Roberts  Creek school now has 41  hiembers. Their savings, from  April 18 to June 27, total $1767  the Credit Union reports. The  students are learning the  value bf saving >by their participation in this club.  Foliow The Black Ball Flag!  FASTEST ACROSS THE STRAIT  VANCOUVER-NAIIAIMO  FERRIES LEAVE EVERY TWO HOURS ON THE  EVEN HOUR, 6 A. Ni.-rMIDNIGHT,  FROM BOTH HORSESHOE BAY AND NANAIMO  LV. at 6am, 8,10,1 �� noon, 2 pm,4,6,8,10,12 mid.  (Daylight Saving Tims)  Black Ball Vancouver City ferry terminal is at Horseshoe  Bay, West Vancouver, minuses from downtown Vancouver  via Georgia Street, Lions Gate Bridge and West Shore Drive.  Reservations NOT Needed  Passengers���Automobiles--Trucksy ,  piping    hot    coffee    vanished  lake   magic  at Ja     kiing-stzed  beach party arranged by Mrs.  John Atkinson and Mrs.  Mel  Usher.  More   than   30   guests  'enjoyed an old time sing-song  around the huge   beach  fire.  Out  of town guests   included  Mrs.   J.  Miles  from  Calgary.  Mr.   and. Mrs.   Charles     Bliss  from New Brunswick, Mr. and  Mrs.   Wj.G.   Grafnt,    Mr.   and  Mrs. Lovelock and Mrs. Woolly from Vancouver.  Mrs. C. Strom with Penny  and Teddy is visiting . her  daughter in Powell River.  Miss Faulkner and Mrs.  Carey who are junior Red  Cross field workers for .B.C.  were weekend guests of Mrs.  Cloe Day and Mrs. Alice  Veitch.  *     *     *  Among the Californian visitors to our Sunshine Coast,  were Mr. and Mrs. L.S. Bed-  well with their daughter Pamela and Mr. F. Reicke from  Pasedena. They were guests, of  Mr. and Mrs. Drummond sr.  Mr. and Mrs. Lovelock and  Mrs. Woolley of Vancouver are  guests  of the W.G. Grants,  Mrs. W. Haley is a patient  in General Hospital (floor D)  awaiting surgery.  Mrs. Harold Wilson is a  patient in St. Pauls hospital  (room 201),  Visiting Gibsons for the  first time, are Mr. and Mrs.  Charles Bliss from Oromocto,  N.B. They were guests of Canon and Mrs. H.U. Oswald.  Mr. and Mrs. Alexander and  family ore holidaying at their  summer home.  For Guarenieed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S  JEWELERS  Work  done  on  the  Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  . .Phone 96 Seehelt .  &  UNUSUAL  DOG  Miss Mabel Cooper of Davis  Bay owns one of the only two  Salukis in Western Canada.  This dog is said1 to be a Persian Gazelle hound, one of the  origina 1 hunting hounds,  whose breed dates back to the  era before Christ.  Coast News, July 26, 1956   7  The Saluki is a. smooth,  soft-haired animal, of slender  graceful build, with a silky  'feather' on the ears and tail.  Intelligent, and gentle, she is  an excellent companion, and in  common with her breed,  trains well.  HOME  aWNERS!  DO IT NOW! ENJOY IT WHILE YOU PAY!  Budget your Home Improvements, in amounts from  $20 to $3,000  WITH UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY  NO DOWN PAYMENT. ALL LOANS LIFE INSURED.  See us about this New Plan  Sechelt Building Supplies  Phone 60-Q Sechelt  Designed for the vacationist  or traveler is a practical three-  piece cotton ensemble done in  black and white and in gray  with white. White glazed cotton is used to bind the arm-  holes and to point up the front  of the little double-breasted  sleeveless jacket and the skirt  of unprssed pleats. Under the  jacket is a camisole blouse of  white glazed cotton with nar-,  row shoulder straps.  SECHELT  CYCLE  95M    ; ���"  BICYCLES  Carriages,  Wheeled  Goods  REPAIRS  I CARTON  OF "COKE"  ON ANY $5 ORDER  PLUS FREE DELIVERY!  FRESH  DAILY  MILK  MEATS  VEGETABLES  Pay Your Phone Bills  Here  -MADEIRA PARK STORE  PHone 251  Pender Harbour  Big brothers of the best seller  .. and every bit as modern!  New Chevrolet Heavyweight  Champs  These new additions to Canada's best selling truck line  are Chevies through and through! For proof, iust take a  look at these years-ahead big-truck features! New Load-  master V8! This big heavy-duty load puller is standard  in new Series 1900 to W1900 models... delivers 195 hp.  ���310 ft. lbs. of torque! It's the most efficient economical  big-truck engine yet���ihe leader in its class for compact  short-stroke design that delivers most horsepower per  pound!  New Powermatic Transmission! It's the first automatic transmission  designed especially for heavy-duty hauling! Six fully automatic  forward speeds and a torque converter virtually eliminate manual  gear shifting on hills! Revolutionary "Retarder" gives safer down-  SHEtl^JfiEf  hill hauling, less brake wear. Hauling's easier, more economical  than ever before!  New Triple-Torque Tandems! Standard on new Series W1900  models, new Triple-Torque Tandem hikes G.V.W.'s up to 32,000  lbs., G.C.W.'s up to 50,000 lbs.! These brawny haulers give you  bigger, more profitable payloads, reduced operating cost per  ton mile!  New big-truck styling! They're the new champs of the heavyweight class, and they look it! That sleek, massive front-end styling  reflects the POWER these new Chevies provide, helps build your  business prestige!  You'll find modern features such as these sparking all phases  of performance in these new Chevrolet "heavies." If big trucks are  part of your business, v>'e'il expect to see you soon!  1  A General Motors Value  w. of every wei  r.    Middleweight Champs! Lightweight Champs!     ���  Heavyweight Champs!  CT-656C  THE NAME THAT MEANS A GOOD DEAL  PHONE SECHELT 10  WILSON CREEK B.C. 8    Coast News, July 26,  1956  . BY  CHUCK  TOMPKINS  Gibson Firemen have officially withdrawal from the  M.P.S. league.  After two protest meetings  that did nothing but try and  smooth over a situation that  called for a firm ruling, the  Firemen decided against the  committees apathetic decision,  which was to replay both  games, only one was protested.  To me, it was a poor desic-  ion and showed how weak a  state the governing body of the  league is in. Last year it was  FOR  QUALITY  and  ECONOMY  USE  shaky as was proved by the  tiecis��on# of protests,, ineligible players etc. at that time.  To maintain the MPS. league the players and interested  fans must, next year, elect men  who understand the rudiments  of the game and of whom ALL  will give their time and energy to the position which they  have, VOLUNTAKILY, ac-  . cepted'. ���  Elsewhere in this issue is  the Marine Men's Wear "Most  Popular Player of the Year"  ballot. Clip it out, write the  name of your choice of any  player   in   the   M.P.S.   league,  jo  'nBUI    PUB  lotfBq    9*11   uo  ���bring it in, to the "Most Poplar   Player     Award"     Coast  News Gibsons.  A pleasant weekend to all  retired ball players and to all  tired softball officials.  r^^S^Jl^. Seclielt News Motel bouSht  "Sunshine Coast Babe Ruth  League for ' Annual Competition, presented by Marine  Men's Wear. Gibsons", is the  inscription on a copper plate  on a polished wood pylon of a  trophy to be given to the season's winner in the Babe Ruth  League.  The trophy presents a ballplayer in copper, atop the pylon, flanked by Victory figures in copper, mounted on a  semi-oval base of polished  wood, bearing plates for engraving the name of the annual winning team. This fine  looking trophy is one any tearfi  might be proud to have.  VACATION MUMPS  Mrs. G. Page, Porpoise Bay.  with Gail and Daryl, spent  two weeks with her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins at Langley Prairie. Her holiday was  interrupted when, Daryl was  taken quite ill with mumps,  but even so, she managed to  see the surrounding country.  TURKISH CHIEF  COFFEE  I-  SUFFERS BROKEN ARM  St. Mary's hospital at Garden Bay. reports Marylin West  recovering rapidly from injuries she received at Madeira  Park on Sunday, July 15.  Three year old Marylin darted  into the path of a slowly moving truck driven by Mrs. Carter, suffering a broken arm  and bruises!  regularly ofn "Cross Cainada  Hit Parade", the CBC Telivi-  sion show ��which brings 'you  not only the top tunes of the  week but specialty dance hum-  (bers     and     revivals   of   jazz  Classics. .;:���!.--  Port Mellon  in tie and win  '���       }-  Vernon Lake Ball team  played two Inter-division  games (Saturday, The first  game ended in a 1-1 tie in 7  innings. The second game was  a nip and tuck battle until the  last inning, when Port Mellon  finally found their batting  eye and scored 8 runs, making the final score 8-1.7 v-  Battery's for Vernon Lake  were Lancy and Erickson:  Port Mellon, Kuwica and;Addison in the first gamer and  Mountney and Addison "in-Hhe  second. ,  A return visit is scheduled  ion Aug. 11th at TEnglewood.  Howe Sound Pulp served  lunch and supper and later rer  freshments to both teams and  officials. Vernon LakeTv 'left  Sunday morning for home.  NOTICE  R. S. RHODES  Doctor of OPtometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Wishes to announce he will be in  Sechelt, July 31  For an appointment for eye examination phone  Mrs; Gladys Batehelor, Sechelt 95P  If anyone wishes any adjustment or repair to  their present glasses I will be pleased to be of service.  0*fM     aHMMM     ^���bpbmb     _a__a|aBaaHH|t     aanam    maammWamaaamamm     ���OBBMMMft     aawaaWaWaaWi    am. H  5^��RfKfcB��Hn^��^��:a8K  Music exams  The following pupils 'of Mrs,  A. Atlee have been awarded  hausic honors by the Royal  Conservatory of Music: r  Grade VII. Piano; Lloyd Burritt, honors. Lyn Vernon, honors. Graae TV. Harmony; Bud  White, (first class honors.  Grade III. Piano; Mavis Cook,  honors, Patty Smith, honors.  Grade II. Theory; Lyn Vernon,  first class honors-  Grade ,11. Piano: Dell Ritchey,  Grade  I Piano,     '*'���'  Janet  Kruse,   honors.  Johnny  Smith, honors. .,.;-,.  Credit  tie-in  Why Volunteer  AFTER A FIRE?  Why not join  your  fire  department  now and help keep  your own  insurance   rates  down  (This  space  contribuied)  f  or  mere  hants  Plans are under way , for  working with the credit  Bureau of Vencouver so there  will be a freer interchange of  of information, it was reported  at the last meeting of the Merchants Credit Asfiocialtion in  Roberts, Creek   recently.  B.L. Cope, secretary-treasurer reported on conversations  he had had with officials in  Vancouver and said that cooperation would be effected  just as soon as arrangements  can be made.  The meeting also discussed  the possibilities of charging  interest on overdue accounts.  This was left to the mechant  to make his own arrangements"  Don't   forget   to   read   The  Coast News Classified.  BY MRS. A. A. FRENCH  Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Turner  are back after a holiday in  Victoria.  Mr. and Mrs. P. Andrews  are at camp for a weeks fishing. The children, Jean and  Jimmie are staying with Mr.  M. Gibson.  Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.D.  Tosh who have been visiting  on the Peninsula for two  weeks were guests of Mr. and  Mrs. F.A. Murphy at Porpoise  Bay.  There was a full house at  the John Whyte home in West  Sechelt recently Mr. and  Mrs. M. Cook, Mr. and Mrs.  Livingstone and family from  Lasquite Island, Herbert Whyte from Ganges B-C, Mr. and  Mrs. Douglas Grant and  daughter Delores from Coquit-  lam and Mr. and Mrs. Ron  Whyte from M and W Logging Co.  Mrs. Bea Hicks. Victoria,  visited her son and his wife,  Mr. and  Mrs. John Hicks-  Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Hansen  and three children from North  ^Vancouver visited Mr. iand  Mrs. O.K. Engen also John  Sobotka and Alec Kotch from  Woodfibre.  Barbara Flay, telephone operator, with her mother, Mrs.  A-W. Flay are making an expended tour of Alberta and  Saskatchewan. They will stay  at Dawson Creek on the way ,  back through the States.  Mrs. Leo Johnson with  Carolyn, Arlene and Teddy are  holidaying on Vancouver Island.  The Jerry Fahrnis  of West  Sechelt have returned for the  season to their summer home ,  on Gambier Island.  For Guarenieed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S JEWELERS  Work  done  on  the   Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt   .  by JL, A. Wood  Jack and Alexander Wood,  of West Vancouver, have purchased for an undisclosed sum,  the Madeira Park Motel owned  by Mr. and; Mrs. Ollie Sladey  of Pender   Harbour.  Jack is well known in business circles on the Peninsula  where he has travelled as a  salesman. He frequently stayed at th motel, and was cap-  tivatd by it and the Pender  Harbour area. -. Alexander  Wood has owned and operated  hotels at Prince George and at  Abbotsford, B,-C.  Jack Wood, who will be manager of the motel, is married  with a grown son and daughter in business in Vancouver.  He takes oyer the management  on Wednesday this week.  Jean and Ollie Sladey will  stay in Pender and for the  present Will occupy ; their  trailer on the motel grounds,  while they assist Mr. Wood in  settling, to the business. They  plan a holiday trip, after which  they will likely build a home.  Ollie will continue with his  lumbering, and has already  commenced the building of the  first of his planned construction at Madeira Park. This is  the coffee shop which will be  managed    by    Mr.   and    Mrs-  SEE  GIBSONS  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  for  NAVIJACK, SAND  DRAIN  CROCK  CRUSHED ROCK  CEMENT  BRICKS & LIME  Greggerson of Pender Harbour,  The actual construction is being done by Harry Batehelor  of Selma Park.  Immediate Delivery  Phone Gibsons 53  Meats, Ice Cream  Frozen Foods  Wholesale & Retail  SAVE NOW  ���   on Locker Packs  Front Quarters  , "BEEF 7  Grade A, Govt. Inspected  i      Cut, Wrapped and  Sharp Frozen  9c  TURKEYS  10 to 18 lb.  63c Ib.  Ready for Oven  LAMBS  Half or Whole  Cut & Wrapped  43c lb.  Week-End Special  Blade  Roasts     >  " -'Beef:  29c !b.  ICE BAIT  ,       FROZEN FOODS  Buy your Freezer Packs  at Wholesale  No. 1  Sechelt -No. 1  HOT SPECIALS  for SUMMER WEATHER!  New  1955   Frigidaires  REDUCED BY $80!  7.6 cu. ft. SIZE   II   9.1 cu. ft. SIZE  was $299.95 Now $229 ILs $339.95 Now $259  STOCK IS LIMITED - WE CANNOT REPEAT THIS BOY!  CASH or TERMS  This Special Is In Addition To Our 1956 Line  Of Frigidaire Refrigerators & Ranges  Your  Frigidaire  Dealer   .  ^HARDWARE,  *   APPLIANCES  - ��� ^.y     ���       / ���--���������������  Phone 32  Gibsons  NTBINGO!  *l^g^7?*^^  C& Lft^  SAT. JULY 28 -- 8 P.M.  GIBSONS SCHOOL HALL  MEMBERSHIP CARDS 25c  I WAN IS   WEL

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