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Array nftaaawptp*  Published  in   Gibsons,  B,  C.  Volume 10 Number 32  August 9  1956  Provincial Library,  Victoria, B. C*  Serving the Growing  Sunshine Coast  The Sunshine Coast Fall  Fair starts next Thursday ana  the Fair executive are of the  opinion it looks as. though it  will be a really goo.d fair this'  year.  Commercial exhibits will  again be a feature and so will  the exhibits by school childre;"  of their work. There will also  be other exhibits such as art. selves a Fair Queen who will  work, handicrafts, marine. disT- : be the one to pronOjiince the  plays, flowers,    fruits,    vege-.'7 official opening.  tables  and    numerous    other1  i 'i  items. ���'���'���;  Thursday will' see the official opening at 7 p.m. whenj  queens from the entire Sun-7  shine Coast wili be present?  to select from    among  them-r-  r  Friday will be  commercial  exhibits day and Saturday will  see the pet    parade    led    by  ; piper  Eric  Thomson   of Hop-  ���/kins Landing. There will be a  big   dance  Saturday night   in  ;,the school hall to close    the  ecreation officials  X. /event..  y;     Receiving  'A  A"'  /-���.  Belief    that    a    vaccine to  cure or prevent cancer is "on  ��;the way" is expressed by Dr.  Gordon Murray, eminent Tor-  6nt0 surgeon.    He said ,  that  though, the medical profession  does not accept the theory that  cancer is, preventable by vaccination   the Gardiner Medical  Research foundation, Qf which  he is -medical director, has met  with somie success.  The   Village  Commission at  .Tuesday night's meeting' askea  for a  report on  tlie  activities  of the Reacreation Committee  formed   more   than    one  year ag0 in Gibsons area.  The matter was brought up  by Commissioner Ballentine  who wanted tc know whether  the committee was supposed  to report to the Village Commission and if so why had^not  clerks for the  general entries will ��be: Wed.  August 15 from 1 p.m. to 5  p.m.,       Mrs.    M.   .LeFeuvre.  the  village received a, reportyj From 5" P-m- to���'����� P-m" lilrs-  The Recreation Committed lia^yN.  Haley  and Mrs. J. Davies  the sponsorship of the VillageR     Thurs,,  August   16,  107a.m.  Commission   'when    organized^ 7 for  Flowers  and  Home-cook.;  by the- provincial ^governments .;������ ing   M       E   Lowe  and   ^  committee  It was left to Com-i: , ���      ,  J. Fiedler.  her assistants have been busy  lining up the interesting work  that will  be    shown in    the  weaving and handicrafts sections, arid with  displays  and  demonstrations by others that  part of the    Fair should    be  worth seeing.  ,     Mr.7A.R. Reeves expects to  have, a showing of his beautiful  ' flowers,  and  a   nice    display  from    the..   Gibsons.   Garden  Club is possible as  well.  Premier Bennett will speals  over the radio Monday nighk  Aug. 13, at 10.15 p.m. WhaS  is the betting he will announc��  an election? Some say yes,  o|thers say no.       :  Final warning issued  Sechelt trade licences  At the Sechelt Village Commission  Aug.   1   meeting   the  clerk was instructed to write  final letters  to all wh0  have  hot taken out their trade licences.  Unless they will  have  done    so by    August. 31    the  Board announces it will charge,  them with an infraction of the  bylaw;  7 The. .......tender-,, of the ��� 'board  for removal; of the" fohhter'  Bank of Montreal building was  accepted by the British American Oil Co. according t0 a  letter received from Mr P.E.  McCallum. The board expects  the move to be completed ih  a short time.  The clerk was authorized  to place $2,000 fire insurance  coverage on the building  through Aggett Agencies,. Sechelt. The building will be  renovated and used then as the  municipal office..  The board received a letter  nOjtiitying the corporation of  the grant of $5185.31 t0 he  made by the Provincial Government  in lieu -of taxes for  the year 1956 upon the real  property within the village  boundaries.  Captain   Andrew     Johnston  wrote the board advising that  the  Sechelt    Volunteer    Fire  Brigade was satisfied that the  , firehall  lo,t rightfully .belongs  to the village having been donated by the Board, of : Trade.  The clerk was requested to  ywrite Tthe :B:;..:of; T thiani^g^it-''  on ^behalf of the commission^  ers  for  the   fine     community  \ spirit shown '. in making  such  ^worthwhile contribution to the  community   The next  regular  meeting of the board will be  August 15.  SALES MANAGER  Mr. ken Wood, Selma Park  has been appointed sales manager for Standard Motors in  Sechelt./-Mr. Wood has lived  on the Peninsula since about  1920, except for a ,four year  stint with the R.C.A.F., and  a year and half period when  he managed the general store  at Bowen Island.  missioner Crowhurst to get iri^,  touch   with    officials  of    tlie  committee   and see what wasj  going ,on. 7  The , Village i Clerk, Bob;  Burns, during a discussion towards the close of the meet-  ing said that, it .was on August7  1, 20 years ago that he took  over the job ol Village clerk.  He was offered mixed congrat"7  ; ulations ahd sympathy by the;  commissioners. ;..:.:  Accounts totalling $839.77  were ordered paid of which  $710.88 was for the water-  Works department, $12.10 for;  roads and $4.67 for the fire-  department. Speaking to the  beaches $112.12 expenditure  Commissioner Ballentine said  the work done,in the clearing  tre municipal beach made the  place a credit to th community.7  ���   Building ptrmits, were^grany'7  4ed 'Wally^Peterson Vfbr a "fe :  600  addition to his home;/A.  W.   Robertspri.   a   garage , and  chimney work7 totalling $3.00;  A. Wais, a $200." garage ' and'  ���sJ.C. Bailey a $4,000 four room  house;   ���'���:  Urge all debris  be  removed  The Wilson Creek >��� Rod. and  Gun Club, and the Sechelt  Board of Trade have written  letters to the B.C. Forestry  Association asking that a  through cleaning up of brush  and debris around the Upper  and Lower Clowholm Lakes  be cleared/before flooding  from the hew dam takes  place.  The waters will be raised  approximately 60 feet, which  will cause considerable debis  to float, probabley damage  boats, aside from hindering the  ffhermen, and spoiling the  ���beauty of the lakes. According  to E. Pearson, this province  was found to be the only one  without a law governing this  phase of damming projects.  ah many  cy  ^ The   receptionists,   Mr.   A.-  Andrews and' Mrs. J.. Wyngaert will be on hand to meet  the judges on Thursday forenoon, August 16. Judging will  start after lunch.  On Saturday, Mr. H. Gas-  perdone expects to be here  for judging the poultry, and  Mr. W. Hawley will judge the  canaries and budgies.  In addition tcj the $50.00  raffle winding its way through  the district there will he. a  raffle at the Fair for a budgie  and cage. Mr. Ed Turner has  kindly donated the budgie an*1  the Fair Committee will purchase the cage.  TMrs.. Elizabeth  Wright   and  E. A. RecJman  82, dies  Ernest Arthur Redman 82.  who has lived in West Sechelt  for the last 20 years, died on  August 5 after a lengthy illness Recently he arid Mrs. Redman celebrated their 55tb  wedding  anniversary.  The funeral service was hel!a  Aug. 8 at St. Hilda's Anglican  church, Sechelt and burial was  ���made in the church cemetary.  Canon Oswald officiated.  Mr. Redman leaves his wife,  Kit; four sons, Syd of ancouv"  er;Art of New Westminster.  Ron of Port Alberni and .Jack  of Serhelt, also, three grandsons, Barry, Bruce and Donald.  JL  yr^ESjy/feSj  Following a roundup of  Motor Vehicle act offenders  in the Powell River district  recently the RCMP road patrol from North Vancouver had  a busy weekend in the Sunshine Coast area from Pender  Harbour  to Port Mellon.  Some 20 to 25 offenders wil1  face the court on charges rang"  from having n- license to  speeding. Some were picked  up by the local detachment of  the RCMP.  Big machines are converting this Surrey lake of mud.  water and  stumps into    solid  footing for- one of Canada's  largest electrical substations.  Ingledow Substation, when , po;wer -will be fed from Ingle-  competed near the intersec- dow at reduced . voltage to  tion.  of    Kennedy and    Scott    network of smaller substations  Roads,   will   receive     electric  energy  from   B.C.     Electric's  great Bridge River generating  station at the super-high pressure  ofr   345,000   volts.     This  A LONG SWIM  Eleven year old Jimmy  Trueman swam from the bay  at Gibsons tb Patricia Bay on  the N.W. corner of Keats  Island, .a distance of approximately three miles- Jimmy  was accompanied on this venture by a row boat of interested spectators.  Pte. "Teddy" Panda may  only be a toy bear but he is  a popular mascot of paratroopers serving in the 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment, stationed in London.  He is also completely equipped  with, parachute, paratrooper's  wings and maroon beret, and  has the distinction of being the  first "paratrooper" out of the  aircraft in paradrops. Here he  is held by bearded Pioneer  Sgt.. Joe York of Toronto.  Sports news will  be found  on page four of this issue.  principals an  The School Board of Sechelt  School District has made a  number of new appointments  to the staffs af the various  schools throughout the district*  the secretary/Anne Burns reports  The new appointees are:  Elphinstone Jr. _ Sr. High  School: Mr.1 W.S. Potter, principal. IWfr. J.K. McAvoy, vice-  principal; Mrs. Hazel Evans,  home economics; .Mr. Francis  D. Paquette,, Mr. R.F. Bennie,  Mr. J, Warriner and Mrs.  Thelma Davies, home economics?  TPender Harbour Sr. High-  Elementary School: Mr. E.G.  Stuckey and Miss Maureen  Kennedy.  CHARGE  YOUTHS  Four youth will he charge*1  with' ~ iriegKgerice7 in connec- ~  tion with the wounding of  James Janiieson of the Vancouver Weather Bureau last  Saturday when he was sailing  his craft through Shoal Chan-  ��� nel.    .  Jamieson was standing at  an angle on his craft when a  .22 rifle bullet struck him on  the centre of his back at  shoulder blade level and came  out further along the shoulder  Board  appoints  lead  Egmont Elementary School;  Mrs. H.E. Stretch, Division IS,  Britain River    School:    Mr,  D.N. Skelton.  ���   Gibsons    Landing    Element  tary: Mr. James Strachan.  Sechelt    Elementary:   .Miss  Carol Humphries.  Davis Bay Elementay: Mi^  Muriel Sharp.  Two  Kiwanis  for convention  14,  has  em, Ore.' August 12 -  president Ozzie 7 Hincks  announced'.  Local delegates to the convention will be Mr. Hincks  and Danny Smith.  Mr. J. O. Talley, Jr., trustee  of Kiwanis Internatioal, and  Fayetteville, North . Carolina  attorney, will be a featured  speaker during the convention*  This year's meeting will be  held at the Marion Hotel in  Salem. Delegates from 232  clubs, representing a membership of more than 13,200 business and professional leaders,  will participate in the various  sessions.  The Kiwanis Club of Sunshine Coast will be' represented at the 1956 convention of  Pacific Northwest District oi  Kiwanis  International  at  Sal-  Crosby top  hole in oner  Ken Crosby won the $50  first prize at the Kiwanis Hole-  in-One tourney Sunday aniJ  Earl Bradshaw wo; the seconct  prize of two steak dinners at  Danny's Dining room. The  third prize, a golf club donafa?51  foy Mainport Golf Course wa��  won by Alf Whiting.  Earl Bradshaw, best scorer  Friday won the Co-op prize  " arid oh" Satttpday'Reggy Con*  nor and Ron Godfrey won 7the  Langs Drugs stores and Universal Timber prizes,    ������-*������  Winnerds of other prizes  were Alf Whiting, the Totem  Realty prize; Earl Bradshaw,  John Hood Hardware prize;  Keith Wright, the Irene's Dress  Shoppe prize. Peggy Connor  won both the Ed Shaw and'M  and W' prizes; Jack Margin,  the Howe Sound 5 and 10 stor��  prize; Jules Mainil, the Sand S  Service Station, prize; Jim  Stewart, the Gibaions HardV  ware prize; Bob Emerson, Sechelt Automotive prize; Mrs.  D. Bailey, Hills Machine shop  prize and Tom Johnson, the  . hidden, prize. by Peninsula  Cleaners.  The Kiwanis thank all those  who dojiated prizes and services towards making Ihe  tourney a success. All the  money collected from the  tourney will be used for weL  xfare work on the Sunshine  Coast. .     . .  For  Marine  Men's  Wear   Award  My Choice Is  Team  Contest closes  midnight   Aug. 15.  Vote as ofien  as   you wish  X,eave ballots ai The Coast News SMLYMSr*  r  Published by Sechelt Peninsula Hews Lfai.,  every Thursday, ai Gibsons, B.C.  Member Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association  and the B.C. division of C.W.N.A.  I Box 128, Gibsons, B.C. Phone 45Q  FRED CRUICE, Editor and Publisher  DO WORTMAN, Advertising Manager  &8f&orized Second Class Mail, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  HsSes of Subscription: 12 mos., $2;    6 mos., $1.25;    3 mos., 75c.  Waited States and Foreign, $2.50 per year. 5c per copy.  - For some years it has been obvious to a good number  ���� people that the next war, if one becomes necessary, will  he fought in the Mediterranean area. It should not appear  BSBfsterious that' considerable agitation has taJken place in  33BSSB bordering on the Mediterranean. There are few spots  left where nothing of a "liberating" nature has not taken  jslaee. meaning of course that someone has sought "liberation" to serve their own ends.  To suggest that the someone could be Russia woujd  jj&fcusrally result in a complete denial from Moscow, one so  complete that it would'make the Western World look as  though it started all the ruckus.  It would not require much global imagination to visualize the really splendid) time Russia would have if the,West-  ��31 World was far removed from any sphere of influence  in the Mediterranean. It could be that the Western World  Iess reached a point with the Communistic world where ���t  mSI be necessary to show first a display of force and if,  necessary, something more.  Egypt's Premier Nasser, the man who is provoking the  fsss over the Suez Canal in this fight for a new balance of  pawer, could eventually find himself in a rather dangerous  position. He could be like a certain Canadian Communist  wh�� is reported to have said that when the Communists take"  o^er Canada he would either be shot or else, he would manage to escape to South America.'   *  Moscow has trod on a good many toes down  tferough the years and it could be that the Western World  saving reached a point where it has had enough, may fl��*-  eideto find but some toes to tread on. Perhaps "Moscow may  fee closer to internal trouble than is suspected and might be  precipitating a local war in which it could take a hand to  feeep the minds of the people off certain unpleasant sublet, This is of course speculation but there are times when  speculation contains an element of truth. If one had a  efeoice in deciding who would control the Suez canal^ the  Western World would have our choice.     ....  Milk sale and roads  fixture bylaws pass  A DRAMATIC SCENE  One day in the first century  0f the Christian era a group of  peopl�� met in the city Of Rome  to discuss, what was to them,  a matter of importance. The  apostle Paul was coming to  {heir city, not as he had hoped '  to come as a free man, but as  a prisoner in chains, facing  almost certain execution. The  Christians iri; Rome were extremely anxious to do what  they could' to help him, although they knew they had  very little political influence  Someone Suggested that a  deputation be sent to riieet  him at the Appii Forum some  33 miles out of Rome, and ex-.  press, on behalf of the congregation in Rome, their deep  sympathy anid affection He  had established churches in  such important centres as An-  tioch, Epfaesus. Athens and  Phillippi and that was a great  achievement. He was knowjn  and Joved throughout the entire Christian * World, : but today the situation was different. He was coming to Rornje  accused of sedition, in bonqjs  and disgrace. He was in tfcie  hands of those who despised  and hated the tfiingsyfpr which,  he stood. His life was at lo^v  ebb. . ?|  It would be interesting to  know who made the suggestiq>n  to meet him- IV must ha^e  been a wise and good man;-ja  man of deep sympathy and v\n-  dterstanding. The resolution  must have read something like  this: "Inasmuch as Paul, the  servant of Jesus Christ, and  an apostle by7 the will of God,  is coming t0 Rome in bonds  for the cause of the Gospel;  inasmuch as for many years he  has laboured and endured for.  the , sake of the Church and  bears about in his body the  marks of the Lord Jesus; inasmuch as he sent us a letter  building us up in faith and  good work and has been himself a comforter of many; it is  hereby resolved that the  Church at Rome shall send  him a message assuring the  said Paul that we are prouder  had come in a chariot, and in-  of him in his bonds than if he  asmuch as it may cheer him  more that the message be delivered in person rather than  incribed on parchment, that a  deputation oof this Church go  down to meet him on the way  and greet him in# the-name of  the Lord."  Dr John Watson (Ian Mac-  Lareri) hah this to say .about  the meeting between'Paul and  his deputation: "I judge it was  the lowest moment of St. Paul's  life, even worse whri he cried  out t0 be delivered from the  thorn in the flesh. Oh! shame  if this man be forsaken who is  himself 'so true. Oh! cruel, if  .this man have no sympathy  who has cheered the whole  Christian Church. Suddenly  the Apostle hears his name  mentioned with accents of  respect and love (and there is  a vast difference between the  way in which the world and  your friend pronounces the  same name). A little company  is standing beside him. They  are carrying themselves well  now, and they bear upon their  faces the    new.   likeness    of  Four hylaws were passed at  fee last meeting of the Villaga  . Ctonaxnission  One covers regulation and : control of fixtures  ten. roads, prohibition of placing or dumping goods on roads.  Another    covers  the    sale of  aaiOt m Gibsons and the other  Awe   bylaws are  authorization  ���to&lkws. to cover the    appropriation  and     expenditure    of  ftuftds for municipal   projects.  The bylaw to regulate  fix"  Scares  on roads describes fix-  tastes, as  a structure,  building  Jsooe, post,  pole.   wall,  sign,  eign&oard,  electric     light    or  power wire, telephone or tele-  t0taphi     wire,  steps,    culvert-  larisasg^,  platform,   pipes,   contrasts,, etc. '  ��escribing material the by-  i*rw includes, earth, graver  awpfcs, ��� wood, lumber, logs,  etwmpsf, roots, brush, garbage,  waste,  scrap4ron,  etc.  latent of the bylaw is that  iief&re any person places    or  '���install anything above or be-  iEawr ffee -surface  of any road  permission must   be  obtained  fireev the  Village Commission.  The Milk  bylaw, to permit  *ndi regulate the sale of   unprocessed milk within the village is an ennabling bylaw to  aJiow milk operators  already  cohered under the Milk Indus-  ���tey act to sell their    product  'aat&in the municipality.  ��h& two money bylaws  au-  tteirizhxg     appropriation    and  . espesflSture of money are pas-  ee& annually giving  the  com-  nussicoa    authorization to    do  neeessary    work     this     year  .within the village. One bylaw,  ter    capital    purposes    covers  $13,Q0@ for roads already done'  $6^000 for the waterworks department,  $2,600 for fire hall  improvements and $150 for ad"  ammstration   The other bylaw  icovers other  than capital  ex-  jiendifcure     with    $7,000    for  & careless match!  public works, -3,800 for    the'  waterworks department,    $4,-  700 for protection to persons:  and  property,  $4450 for   administration and $650 for miscellaneous items.  A considerable portion of  this money is already spent as  part of the year's experidi-  tures.  Listen to a Special Message  FROM  I.O.O.F. Sunshine  Coast  Lodge No.^6 meets Gib-.  .  son's Legion Hall 2nd and  4th Friday each morith.  PREMIER W.A.C.  BENNETT  CBU  August 13th  10:15 p.m.  it's the Fair  for ALL T  AUG22-SEPT3  VANCOUVER CANADA y  ilfs almost, here -��- the greatest family show on earth.  jThe fabulous *56 P.N.E.! This year there's more  everything for everyone.   More fascination... dozens  :��f new exhibits, new ideas for homemakers,  pDo-it-yourself" demonstrations, displays of foods,  fads.and fashions. And more fun, too... along   *  ���jthe Gayway, in the Circus, at the free Outdoor  Theatre. Treat your whole family to a holiday they'll  ���never forget ��� at the wonderful P.N.E.!  M.L THE  /**,,  ; Pa e ifie N a t fo na IE>chibitfdn -  V. KH WailAMS. Cm. tiff.  VI, J. 0C��RK,PreiMe��  2    Coast News, August 9, 1956  Christ. The brethren in Rome  salute thee, Paul, in the name  pf the Lord Jesus, and they  thank God for thy coming'.  So the spokesman began, and  he conveyed the message of  the Church; then he stepped  aside, andl one by one the good  men, his companions, greeted  St Paul and returned to him  that day what he had done-  for them in the Gospel-  thirty-three. miles they have  itrudged, poor men-and hardworking for the i Apostle  this kindness and to strengthen his hands."  All this happened a very  long time ago, but it was a  beautiful gesture on the part  of some unknown, humble  men. ��� They brought no' gift,  nor had they any order for  his release, but Paul was deep"  ly moved and greatly encourag"  ed. It was a, cup of water to a  thirsty man; they brought the  light back to the weary apostle's eyes and the blood to his  cheeks. He thanked God and  took courage! Blessed are the  encouragers.  ���5/  You  can  become  part*' ]  owner in over lOdfUtfdeiy \  diversified   and   selected;  securities with one single :  investment  in  Investors  Mutual. For full information   contact   your   Investors Syndicate _ sepre*.'  !sentative.      ~  ,   Write or Phone  NEVILLE  ASTLEY  District Manager  503-640  W.  Hastings  Vancouver 2,  B.C.  Phone  Marine  5283  mutual ��f e*��*��A tins  wfMi rte \wmf  Of every dollar Imperial Oil took in  last year, more than half went to bay  raw materials, sucb'as crude oil.  Operating and administrative costs,  depreciation, and the wages of Imperial's  13,500 employees took about a quarter*  just ever a tenth went in taxes, not Including  the road taxes in the various provinces,,  Just under nine cents was imperial's "profit"  of which five cents  was re-invested in the business.  N  So, of every dollar Imperial took in last  year, fust over four cents mn\ in dividends  to the company's 45,000 shareholders.    ', "���fy^^W^���"���^  mtmtmmiimeisessiiamem  Tmrrtfrr"" "������"��� ���������-~-r~*-irr���t1  JUW "I'.M  miu.iiii  L..11 . ���.   Jijn.if^  Hughette PlamondonB of  Montreal, the first woman  ever to share a leadership  role in Canadian trade union  movement on a national basis,  when elected a vice-president of . the newly-formed  Canadian Labor Congress- in  Toronto  Port Mellon  BY MRS. M. WEST  Therese and Rodney Jarvis  of Vancouver spent the week  with their cousins Billy, Barry  and Denise Quarry. Billy has  returned to Vancouver for a  visit with his aunt and uncle.  Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.  Schultze are their granddaugh-  PORPOISE BAY  WATER TAXI  EFFICIENT  seroice-anyiohere  in the Inlet  .    LOU FOX -30  fatty Cmm?  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.  E very Tuesday  CANADIAN LEGION  GIBSONS  Sponsored by the  Veterans Social Welfare  ter^ Mrs. A. McCabe with her.  husband and daughter, An-  nemarie.  " Kathy  and Dianne    Proulx  have been) visiting their grand-  , mother TMrs.   G.   Clement,   in  Vancouver.  Janice Preiss is in Vancouver with her grandmother  while her grandfather is in  hospital.     '   '        .  Mr. and Mrs. C. Graham  and David, accompanied by  for Birtle^ Man., where they  Peggy Gill have left by train  will spend two weeks on the  Mrs. Graham's brother Mr. R.  Doran family farm guests of  Doran.  Mrs. F. Ellis of Vancouver  with Jimmy' and Tommy has  been the guest of her sister  and brother-tin-law Mr. and  Mrs W. Swartz.  Miss Ann Davies has left  for Montreal en route for a  holiday in Europe.  Returned from holidays a-  long the Pacific Northwest  Coast are Mr. and Mrs. * J.  Swan. Mr. and Mrs. N. Marleau and: Mr and Mrs. E. Preiss and Kenny.  Mifes Annette Marleau has  been, home for the weekend, she is at present employed in the office of Hammond's  Furnishing Co. and while in  Vancouver staying with feer  taunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs,.  D. David.  Weekend guest of Mr. and  Mrs. P. Strike was Mrs. Strikers brother. Mr. M. Murphy  of Seattle.  .Quests at the Sherman residence during the week wjere  friends from ^iy former honie  town, Port Townsend, Wash'.,  Mr. und'^(^.x'Bj^--'Biu^  Weekend ^visitors were M*"?-  Shermkn'sysister and^yfemiiy,,  iByye^'^i^y^i.: rfe^i$g$',.,  oijj piyrnRia and "their1 sons JSri$  arifr;:Nelson."  ���'���', a :.  MORE FURNITURE SAVINGS  At C&Sl  CHESTERFIELD   SUITES  Bumper End Style, DeLuxe quality, Modern     ^  Upholstered in newest colors of Frieze  or Novelty Cloths,  2-Piece Suite $159 to $199  Swivel T-V Rockers $49.95  C&S C&S C&S C&S C&S c&s  We've a Fine New Line of  FISHING    TACKLE  for the Sports Fisherman  Let us Lure you wUh our Line- -  You'll Bite on these Reel Bargains!  C&S SALES  Phone 3  Sechelt  BY MBS. D. EMCKSOH*'���>:::  Mr. an<i Mrs. Ralph Lynds  of Vancouver, who' visited Bill  Richter, were old time Ocean  Falls residents. They enjoyed  a trip to Doriston with the GiL-  7 niore brothers y 7  y  7 Former   resident. George  Drewy    with     his    Wife  and  daughter,  have    come,   from  : wiUybeyclpser to ��� Mrs. Drfew^  Campbell river to live. They  parents who live   Jn    Powell  .'��� River." '_ ''���/.���.";���  The R.M. Quigleys drove  from Calgary and are occupying the home of Mrs. Quigley;s  parents, the H. MacLeods.  The.. Davis Bay float was  recently returned to the wharf  for the season. Boaters and  swimmers  are making use of  it y ':-  . " The community welcomes  new residents from Nanaimo,  Mr. and Mrs. Doff Zeral, and  tm  l  Insurance  can be cut  :':��� -.'/-.. y .'-,,.-; y  if there is  a FIRE BRIGADE  Why Not Volunteer  To Be A Fireman And  Keep Rates Down  (This space  contributed)  mmmmsm  The costume most cited for  resort honors now and for  spring at home later is the  print sheath, with its matching-  lined coat. Typical of this  phase of up-to-date fashion is  this attractive costume. The  dress is of polka dotted silk  crepe and has a Peter Pan  collar ancl four flapped; curved pockets^ two} above, two be"  low the fitted" mid-riff. Over  it is worn a grass cloth cotton  coat, collarless, slit at the  sides and lined in the dress  print-'"' ���"���   ' ..  their five children. They have  bought Mrs. Elizibeth Wright's  property near  Mission' Creek.  Duff will be working with J.  MacDonald at Standard Oil.  Mrs   Wright    will   move    to  Whiterock.  * Recent visitors to the Bert  Brackley   family  from   Stave  Falls  included Mr. and    Mrs.  G. Neill and Maurice, and the  George Brackleys and Wayne.  Members living in the Gibsons area are asked to hand  in the music with name enclosed to The Coast News office. Those living in the Se-  chelt area, may turn in their  copies to Chris's Variety Store  Sechelt  Coast News. August 9, 1958   ��  ���������. , ���_�����������  The forest is Canada's great.  est renewable resource. Prop.  erly farmed it will preface  wood in perpetuity. Like aH  crops, trees should be harvest*  ed  when mature.  M-BMl  Ch'  orassers asice  to return music  \ Members and ex-members  of the Choraliers are asked to  hand in all music belonging  to the choir. This is the time  'when correct check and repair  job sould be started to be  ready for the coming season.  to and from  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S  JEWELERS  Work   done   on   the  Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  fast, frequent Ferry Service Every Day  Reservations NOT Needed  TOPS for convenience���  TOPS for space���TOPS for speed  Follow The Bldck Ball Flag!  BLACK BALL  '<���  I  \   rtJ  t ���>������  m  KEFMUMGE  Large Casings  3 lbs. for $1  7.SiB��kist  ORANGES  Sweet &"���"'Jnicy  2 doz. 69c  -    Smoked  PORK SHMIUiaS  Picnic Style  39? tb.  Rindlese  "��� ��� �������� ^j-^--������   . v ���  Sliced Side  BACON  59c Ib.  BOLOGftA  No. 1 Quality  By ihe piece  29c lb.  2 lbs. fcr $1.29  first "grade  NOTHING BUT GRADE "A" BEEF OFFERED FOR SALE  Quality Is Always A Bargain  KEN WATSQN PHONE 52  >- >*>; ��� V> 7^'t  j  't&S*  ... :'.*S*  ���*%.  DELICIOUS  B.C. TURKEY  Vi,l   lL   /f  31  ^ ��Am.*#x*m>.  \  WK  .Bd you'U ^^a��X��Dd poults r���g ����,  i8 one of the world's b��t year ' a better bird:  Mk for �� B.C. Turkey, you canttoy.a  BoyB.C. foods and help k-ep  Briti* Colombia prosperoo*  ������������., of thi vahabk cmi'ibutim  ,   POlWrf *�������*" ^yLi��ci��l<co��o*y. _  B.C. farmers makr to our rrm ^    ^__|^s-r���'  '��&**'  .yi^/yy  BWiW COLUMBIAipt)^fttMEWili|gi�� Potest   Ccpomittee,  M.P.S. League..  Bfear Elbe: Thank you for  Ihe letter published in this  column last week but I feel  there are.a few things vwith  which I disagree. For officials  <o�� any organization to take  ���/tfee "Ameh" attitude that you  Have taken over a team's withdrawal certainly    shows     the  ^ans more clearly than I could  ���the state of the governing  Sody of the league.  Ag for the Firemen being  defunct, gentlemen, they have  Been an organized hall club  B>r 11 years, with four original players still active, which  as. a good record in  the eyes  ammmmmmmmammmmammmmmmaimmmmmamtmm  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  ���HRIS'S JEWELERS *  Work   done yon   the   Premises  WE BUY OLD QOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt;'-  SECHELT  LOCKERS  Meats, Ice Cream  Frozen Foods..  Wholesale & Retail  of anyone, and they will probably be organized for another 11  years.  As for doubting the truthfulness of the . men you mentioned, never, sir never. It was  just a poor decision The secretary has, most of the time,  done a good job, but has bung"  led every protest he has handled in his term of office.  The decision reached was  not in conformity with the B.  C.A.SA. in the way it was  handled, and as for standing  by your guns sir, maybe, but  they certainly were not loaded with anything but weak explanations.  And YOU talk of intestinal  fortitude, I at least write under  my own name.  You asked why I should always be right and the other  fellow wrong, I can't explain  that, it just happens.  As for the . committeemen  knowing more about the game  than I. Could be, I've never  played Squash.  I am not worried over next  year's elections How about  you Elbe? I certainly agree  that a new era is on the horizon for softball.  Not  knowing    any    cute  Scotch   jingles*;': all I can say  is that never have so    many'  horns been blown so loud, for  themselves, .by; sqifew,  .   y   7 Voiurs in Sport.  Chuck ^Tompkins  |    BACON SQUARES  I    25c lb.  :i ���  Rindless Sliced  SIDE BACON  49c lb.  Sliced Fresh  BEEF LIVER  35c Ih.  J SPARE RIBS  il    49c lb.  t;  gi        ReadT To Eat  F HAMS  |y Picnic Style Shank &  | Rind Off  | 49c lb.  f ' 'turkeys   .  1 Table Ready  |7 6���16 lbs.  I 63c lb;  |JBB -"BAIT  I)     FROZEN FOODS  jpny y��ur Freezer Packs  If at Wholesale  Bible school  at  Sechelt  July 23 marked the;'end of  the E|aily Vacation'f Bible  School at Sechelt. The school  was held each morning from  Monday to Friday, July 9th  to 20th, in the Canadian Legion Hall, Sechelt. It .was sponsored 'by Bethel Baptist  Churchy but was open to all  children of four years to 15  years of age.  :  Priies f<nry.$ie'-. bjEjgt workbooks and memory work went  to Sharon Walker, Jo-Ann  Nygren,, iStajnley Swinden,  Juhe Walker and Heather  Blight. Prizes '-for the best  handwork objects went to Boii-;  nie Stroshein.; .tarid IvHeather;  Blight. Myona Stroshein and  June Walker were presented  with special prizes for reciting an extra memory passage  of Scripture; John 3:1 -21.  Leaders, teachers and; , as-  sitants of the} school were Mrs.  Blight^ TMrs, Sawyer, Mrs.  WalkeryMrs. McKissock, Mrs.  Temple, Mrs Sim, Miss Gel-  lam, and Mr. Hillmer. The  workbooks {were donated by  the Vilage Bakery, Sechelty  JL  [Mb. 1 -Sechelt  No. 1  New store opens  Sylvia's Handy Store has  opened in the former, Lang  Drug store building on Marin?  drive and it ^Will be a con^  fectionary and coffee shop  with other lines to be added  later,  Proprieters are Mr. and Mrs.'  R. Feldstein and they were in  a similar business for four  years in Vancouver. Present  plans are to have the store  open seven, days a week from  8 a.m. to niidnight.  NOTICE   y,  \To whom it may concern:  -i The Standard Oil barrels at present being used  jfor Stove Oil Storage are loaned barrels and as such  Ihave not been charged to anyone including Standard  j Oil agents past or present.  \ These barrels will not be picked up as long as Standard  r Products are used in them.  G.H.  (Gerry)  MacDonald  Standard. Oil. Agent,  Wilson Creek.  .fm  NOTICE  For two   weeks, commencing Monday,   August 13th  the School Board  Office will be open on   Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  The Board of School Trustees  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  All three Peninsula teams  were humbled, at Powell River Sunday but put up a good  exhibition of ball.  The Little Leaguers were  outclassed all the way but  fought hard in a 14-2 losing  battle. The Babe Ruth boys  were downed 13-3 but with  more experience and coaching  ehould do better.  The    Firemen   . softballers  lost  a close    one 4-3 to    the,  Powell River Teachers  in   10,  innings   The Teachers are the  secnd best team in the7 Powell  River standing  Powell River chocker, Jack  Corbett, had: a no-hitter going,  into  the  seventh  when   Jack,  Clement broke it  up with   a  single    through    the    centre.  Norm McKay allowed only 5>  hits in losing; the game.  Powell River visits the Pen-,  insula on Sunday with the  Babe Ruth boys playing at;  Sechelt, Little; League at Gibsons and the Firemen vs Pow-c  .ell'.River Teaehers at Gibsons  immediately following the Little League 7 game, at about  approximately 4 'p.m. on the  Elementary School   Grounds.'  Lonneberg. A  daughter,  July 23 to Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Lonneberg, Selma Park  at St. Mary's hospital.  Warnocb. A son to, Mr.  and Mrs. Bill K.. Warnock of  Madeira Park, in St Mary's  hospital, July 27.  Kent.- - A son to Mr. and  Mrs. Robert Kent, of Sechelt  at St. Mary's hospital^ July 28*  Wagman. - A daughter to  Mr. and Mrs. George Wagman  of Sechelt, August 3, at St.  Mary's hospital.  STILL   IN   BUSINESS  Mr.  Lou   Fox of Porpoise  Bay   Water  Taxi,'  announces  . 4    Coast News. August 9. 195'6  amxBmMBmx^mma^mmmmmnmak'  lie has not sold out his water    Read The Real Estate Column  taxi service,    and is on    call  day or night for trips, business or pleasure in the Inlet.      ��� -m^mm^m^mmmm^^^^^m  On The Want Ad Page.  Takes over cafe  Skippers leave  Pender H'bor  Mr.   Andrew     Skipper    for  several years officer in charge '  of the Fisheries Office in Pender Harbour, has resigned ana  has left, to'live in Vancouver.  Mrs. James Mjarsh entertained at a tea in honour of  Mrs Skipper. The guests included Mrs. C.W. Whitaker,  Mrs. G. Hascamp, 7 Mrs. O  Lee sr.t Mrs. C. Wray, Mrs  Jim Wray, Mrs. J. Brown, Mrs.'  B Kalmmerle, Mrs. H. Penner.'  Miss D. BrownB Mrs. RJL Lee,  Mrs. W.P. Pieper and Mrs.  ft. S. Doyie.  Capt. R.fi. Armstrong who  has been in charge of the Fisheries Patrol boat '"PercePa"  for the past six wteeks has  been transferred to Nanaimo.  Capt. H. ' McCoR now conr-  mahd��'the "PercePa."  ANNUAL   MUSIC ALE  Presented BY  The   Faculty   &   Students   of   x  The  Salvation   Army  Music   Camp  Under the Direction of  Sr. Capt. Kenneth Rawlins, L.R.C.M., Toronto  1     THE AUDITORIUM,   CAMP SUNRISE,  Hopkins Landing  SAT. AUG. II 8 P.M.  Admission - - Free  Plifll  ���flBBfigai  OEBESSm   SHHSBS6S   Efi��  JAY-BEEFURNITUREgt APPLIANCES  Have Brought In New Stocks Of  Ole IStp&oMp ^operator. '..of  the lunch counters on "t he  "Black Ball ferries, has pur^J  chased the Kumagen Cafe  business from its oiwner, Erla  (Hausqhj Kox of Twenty-'  Nine Palms.    '  Harold Fearn reported that    imwiw*M����- -        the work was to<^ much for  get pep vim: Feel Younger  Mrs. Fearn, and he wished to    *"        . "���i.A.�� ���,^v Wnm-out. ex-  (Seturn toj bis fish -buying bus;^  iness.  Ole reports; h$.will, redecorate before, reopening. '  Husbands! Wives!  Get Pep, Vim; Feel Younger  Thousands of couples are weak, worn-out, ex-'  hausted just because body lacks iron. For new  younger feeling after 40, try Ostrex Tonic  Tablets. Contain iron for pep; supplement  doses vitamin Bj. "Gfct-acquaiiited" size" costs  little; BawiSCj get pep, new health, quick  thrifty way. Try Ostrex today. At all druggists,-  ' In Modern Styling- And7JinishJ^p^.'7.:7;7v;7^-  Living Room, Kitchen &* Bedroom.  ���;     NEW RANGES";";^'  ELECTRIC, WOOD AND COAL, COMBINATIONS  ALSO USED STOVES AND FURNITURE  Call in:y and See These  Phone 99 'Gibsons  G. (GERRY) H-  r.i.-:���-'���?  .1 <!���>.:�� ' vJy-ii .  Announces his-appointmeM as  .        Commission Agent for  Standard Oil Products in  Wilson Creek and Vicinity  ���<.:  . '.l'<  Knowing what folks want is the surest way  of pleasing them. Being a local man�� I'm in the  best position to know.what you folks .want and  need in service and petroleum products. Now,  my association with Standard will enable me to  see that you get them.  "Remember, I'm an independent, local merchant*  : Equipped with modern facilities and the experience  to give customers in this area prompt service. I'll  carry the complete line of Standard oil prodiicts'r'.'i  Chevron Gasolines . . . RPM 10-30 Special Motou  Oil... RPM DELO Lubricating Oils... Standard  Diesel Fuels and other : specialized petroleum  products, for f��rm, factory and home.  I'd appreciate.the opportunity to help you ;witff any  problems involving fuels or lubricants for industrial  or farm machinery/  '^CHEVRON'Y'RPAf'V'RPMDELO",  ���%....K' Registered Trademarks ,  ���SS&ff  For Your Petroleum Needs Call  :"H--M  \ Wilson Creek, B.C.r  \' Phone Sechelt 15E ^  .ji..--< Coast News, August 9, 1956    5  CLASSIFIED RATES   15  words" for  50  cents plus  two cents a word over 15. This  includes name    and    address..  Consecutive  rates  available.  Classified   adverlisamenis     accepted up to 5* p.m. Tuesday.  Legals ���   16   cents per  count  l?ne  for  first  insertion.  12 cents per count line  fcr  esch consecutive insertion.  Card- of Thanks, Engagements,  Iri Memoriams - up to 50 words ���  $1.00 per insertion; 2 c per word  over 50.  Classified Display ������ 70c per  column inch. .  With the exception of con-  Sinuous accounts/ a 10c bookkeeping charge is made for all  Classified. Advertising not paid  for within 7 days of publica-  tion,.v7;77y; yy  FOR SALE  CARD  OF  THANKS  TOTEM FLASHES  Hopkins Ldg: The best in  semi water front property,  large two bedroom home,  basement, garage etc. Let us  show you this well ��� built  house.  Gower Point Rd: 100 ft. lot,  this is a steal at $650..  Bargain Harbour: 109 ft. water  frontage 1.11 acres>0 partially  finished house, good ahcfoor-  lage, a bargain at $3200 cash.  West Sechelt: Beach Lot, level  80 feet frontage $1650.  5 room house on 60 ft. of  water front right here in Gibsons, 3 bedrooms^ guest cottage, VLA approved this a  real buy.  Always a better buy at  TOTEM   REALTY  Gibsons  17 ft. Cliriker built row boat  by Purner. Phone 142R Secret Cove  TRACTOR. WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating.  D6  Bulldozing  Clearing" Teeth  ARCHES  FOR   RENT  A.  E.  Ritchey  Phone Gibsons  176  2 single beds with S. F. mattresses,   1  set matching   dres-    .   ser  and vanity,    .ur^rtered    WIRING  and' APPLIANCE  chairs, 1 , oil stove. Mathews,  next door to Doherty's, Gran  thams.  We wish  to  friends    and:  thank  all  'relatives  our  ;who    ij��wo bedroom home, ^ay area,  th��u^t-of^w;.;by.7sendtog.��lo[|V-    8 years old, modern, no. hills.  For information,     Phoney34F  ers . and. ca*dsw and special  thanks to the I>octorsy. and  Nurses at St. .l&aryV Hospital  in Pender Harbour for -tlieir  patience and understandingyiti  the "care of our late''"husband  and father.. -  Susan Dubois and family-  LOST  Gibsons  Small red change pursue, near  drugstore or on main- street.in  ���Sechelt. Please .leave ^at drug-  Store. TMrs. A: 'PtjWeU.:.; ;       V  gibsons ,.,yy:.  Newest Shopping Centre  JOHN  COLERIDGE  REALTY  Oldest Real Estate Office  Between Lang's Drug Store  and    y      ,   y  Woods .Hardware     \ ���  Georgian Block ,  Look  for  the Big Neon  Sign.  .BJMLDJNG  SUPPLIES ;;  Fresh Oysters, Come by car  or boat to Oyster Bay Oyster  Co. Pender Harbour.  SERVICE FUELS  Ran  Vernon  'R.R.  1    Gibsons    Phone 173Q  Alder cr Fir Bushwood  Mill  Slabwood  Sand,  Gravel and Cr. Rock  Products.  BOY'S  WEAR  Jeans,    T-Shirts,     Underwear,'  Bathing  Trunks,   Socks,   Caps  and   Accessories.  .   MARINE MEN'S WEAR %  GIBSONS  WATCH REPAIRS  * ��� .. ������ ��������     ���   .    ' ������ II ���       ���        ��� ���!������     .     I I. ,..,.. I,.  Watch and Jewelry Repairs  Marine Men's Wear. Agents  for W. H. Grass ie. Fast  reliable service.- tfn  $5.00 reward.  On July 20 a- Buy direct from the i^lt Lum-  board the. M.V. Bainbridge op berj   plywood,  doors,;-'building  its 6 p.m. sailing from Horse- ���  supplies.  Write for    complete  shoe Bay, a Kodak box camera catalog.  Vancouver    Sawmills  using 616  was  left  in  ladies Limited, 1111 E. 7th. Avenue,  washroom. A piece of adhesive Vancouver  12, B.C.              tfn  tape stuck to the top of camera  had: "O.  Silvey"   printed     on  FOR SALE  it. Please return to Coast News  offices or Mrs. O. Silvey, Eg-  Snont B.C; All expenses and  reward  paid promptly!  ANNOUNCEMENT  For AVON products call Mrs  Budolph,  Gibsons  128G. '  ������ ��� '��� ��� : ���  TOWING AND   FREIGHTING  W~ Nygren, Gibsons 13   tfn  PERSONAL  Do you weigh a little,\too  much? Would you like to slim  down' .without dieting or  "drugs"? Try "TAFON", an  effective mechanical means  cf removing hunger pangs. As  advertised on. TV, "TAFON!'  is now available at LANG'S  'DRUG STORES, -GIBSONS  and! SECHELT. -7  HELP  WANTED ,   / ' ���  Waitresses   . and  Kumagen Gafe.  cooks    for  10; ft. plywood car top boat &  & h.ph outboard 1st class con*  (dition7 $225#0. WJS. Bpryte,  Elphinston^ R^d Roberts Creek  Guerney coal and wood range  $45, . }A. mile IVesf.. Wilson  Creek Garage;   G..R. vSwiriden.  Our zipper binders are here  for school..Come in and select  yours, and have them put 8-way for you, Thriftee Stores,  Gibsons.  i.  ���   7 I....' ��������-. .���������������..��� .,-���....   - > _,������.���-���  Electrblux vacuum cleaner,  almost new; 1 microtone hearing aid with battery charger.  Phone Ed Green, Sechelt 79R  ���   ������..In       ���    ��� ...il,    .....Pi    ...    ,    | I       .. .���   ��� M.....,,.      -.^��.M��)      "  One used Servel Kerosefte Refrigerator, good condition. 1  used oil-burning range, excel-  3f3nt condition. See Parkers  Hardware, Sechelt    y       TFN-  Electric Fireplace and cream  finishesd; mantle. Apply Doris  Beauty .Shop- Gibsons.  ���'.' - 7 ���    By tender - 15 foot round bot-  ial^Tpi^^ranted. Contact ^gt^-JP^^^  Anne's Flower Shop. Phone  Sechelt 107. ./ .'"���"'���.  Reliable, well groomed 7 man  with car tb manage established Fuller 7 Brush business far  Sechelt and surrounding districts. Earnings above average.  Apply to G. F. Weldon. 258  Howard Ave) Nanaimo, B.C;  Phone Nanaimo   615L.  WORK WANTED '    "' '  .. ,..���-- ���.       ������ ._...!���.. .'I        ��., ..���,..���,.. -��� ,    ,        ���     ���       ^  pairs. Roofing and repairs.  All general repair's around  your home. Write to' R.N.  Smith R.R.1. Gibsons or call  at Fix-it Shop. Lower Rd. 1'  mile east of Roberts Creek  board utility boat - as is, where  is. Terms - cash. Hull requires  some work. 3^6 hp. 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  jBajy, Irvines Landing JP.O-,  B.C. until 5.00 p.m. August 21  1956.  "Sun" electric tachometer W/  extra head, for any 4 cyl. engine. Complete. R. Ritchie,  ���^Bolx    106     Gibsons. . Phone  For Guaranteed Watch and  Jewelry Repairs,,��See Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises.     " tfn,  INSURANCE ?    ~  ��� ��� '   *        ~i r, ���      ��� ���    ��� i ���' i-m  SECHELT .INSURANCE  AGENjCIES  .    Real $s&te"< .- ,    ���  Properly'' Management .  -." ��� !.v:���������'���.' Insurance . ��� .yy'  Offide   phone   22F . ,   , "  TJEL DUFFY, Agent  Residence 31Q   77  -'        I. MACKAY, Salesman.  Residence  70F  . Fire, Auto, ��� Liability. Prompt  courteous service. Totem Realty, Gibsons  HJBL GORDON AGENCIES  Secheli  REAL ESTATE  i    and INSURANCE  Phone   53 Evenings  and  Holidays  115  DIREGT0RY  PENINSULA    CLEANERS  Cleaners for the   Sechelt  Peninsula  ���: Phones  Gibsons 100  GIBSONS BOAT WORKS  Boat Builders. 8c 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  SALES  Electrical Wiring  Alterations and Repairs  F. UTTING, WILSON CREEK  Phone   5H  or   15T  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical   Heating  -    GIBSONS    ELECTRIC  Phone- 130  Authorized  GE  Dealer  Radios, Appliances, TV Service  LET US  HELP YOU  '   o PLAN NOW  For your  Construction  Needs  All types of  BUILDING or ALTERATIONS  and LIGHT GRADING  Smith & Peterson Construction  Ltd.  Phone 28, 85 or 90Q, Gibsons  GIBSONS  BUILDING : SUPPLIES  LTD.  "WE    CARRY   THE   STOCK"  Phone Gibsons 53  TELEVISION  SALES AND.SERVTCE  Fast work - Guaranteed ,.  10 9o Down - Easy -Terms  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� TV  Fine Home  F^iarnishings  - Phone 6        - ; Sechelt  NOTARY PUBLIC  Legal   Documents   'promptly  attended to  WtJ."   (Jack)  Mayne.   7  Phone 24*' Sechelt  B.C;  7B.L  COPE  Auditor,  and  Accountant -  Fifty Years' Experience.  Roberts Creek, BiC.  Phone, Gibsons 22C  PLUMBING  ��     Macleod's Plumbing  ^ and Hot-Water Heating  y       2: Qualified Plumbers  -���"'" Service Anywherie  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.���S p.m.  ! Daily-  Phone Sechelt 98F  ammBamataaMaawmmmaaamaawm*ai*aawwammmammmaaaMB*mmam  REFRIGERATION  SALES and SERVICE  Commercial ��� Domestic  25 Years' Experience  A. M. CAMPBELL  SECHELT 83Q  Notions���Cards���Toys  Miscellaneous Gifts  1   THRIFTEE    STORES  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  Headquarters For Wool  107W.  tfn.  Spray and brush painting:  also paperhanging. J. Melhus  Phone  Gibsons  33. tfn  Bob Morisette, experienced  cabinet maker. Kitchen cabinets' built-jns,f guaranteed to  your satisfaction^ Free Estimates. Phone Gibsons 124M  I am able to handle your part-  time book-keeping, accounts  receivable, payable, full set of  books ans trial balance. Write  P.O. Box 182, Gibsons, for  particulars.  WANTED TO RENT  Wanted tc> rent a house or cottage at Seoheltv from end of  Sept. Reliable couple. Write  H. Edwfards, 3428 Oxford St,  Vancouvr or phone EM 8985.  Pony and harness, and rubber  tired buggy for sale $75. Apply J. Reeves, R.R.I., Gibsons  B.C. Phone 179M  Wood    &     Coal      Enterprise  range,   with water-jacket   and  hot water tank. New condition?  cream enamel. $50   or pffer.  Phone Gibsons 177X.  i "  12' ft 6 in. plywpqdt inboard  boat 2Vz h.p. engine, needs  paint. $100. 47 Beach Ave.  Granthams. ������ v  Woedi for sale. Prompt delivery Roberts Creek "to Halfmoon Bay. Phone Sechelt 99F  Medium    gray    rug, 12 X* 9.  good condition,, vlue  $300 for  cash   $100,  cushion  included-  Phone 42G Sechelt.  LIFE INSURANCE  Continental  Life  Insurance   Company  LORNE BLAIN, Agent  'Box018-8 Phone 82G  Gibsons  ���j     ���       '  HILL'S   MACHINE    SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding Anywhere ���- Anytime  Expert   ' Tradesmen  Precision    Machinists  Phone 54 Residence   152  t^mmmtmmammmmmmmmmam^tmma^mmmmKmmm^tmmmm^mmtmmmmmu^  MARSHALL'S  PLUMBING  HEATING &   SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 134, 104 or 33  WIRING  Commercial &  Residential  Electric  Space Heating  Anvwhere on the Peninsula  PARKER and SIM  ELECTRIC  Parker's   Hardware  Sechelt 51 ���'130 Evenings  ,      LAURIE SPECK  HEATING   &  SHEET METAL  Gibsons 149  C and S SALES, SERVICE  Agents  For  Propane Gas  Combination Gas Ranges  Sales  and  Installations  Free. Estimates  Electric and Gas Hoi Plates  ������������--���������''PITONITURE   '���  LINOLEUMS  Phone 3 Sechelt  LAND" ACT  Notice of Intention to apply  ���������'': to l6ase Land  In the Land Recording -District of Vancouver and situate  .hear Witherby Point:on   'the  west side of Howe Sound.  Take notice that Thomas G  Wright of Vancouver, B.C. occupation Forester intends to  apply for a lease ot the following described lands:��� .���  Commencing at a post planted approximately 23.5 chains  east and 17 chains north of  the south-east corner of D. L.  1637 thence 7 chains south;  thence 18 chains east; thence  approximately 6 chains north  to ^higti water mark; thence  westerly. along, high water  mark tt> point of commencement and containing twelve  acres, more or less, for the  purpose "of mooring docks and  floats.  ; Thomas G.  Wright  Dated July 31, 1956  LEGAL  Intention to Purchase Land  I, Arthur James Smith, intend to apply for permission  to purchase 35 acres of land  in group, one* New Westminster district bounded- as  follows:       Commencing at  a post planted at the  South West corner of lot 3250  thence North 7 chains to the  North West corner of'  Lot 3250, thence West to the  Easterly Boundary cf Lot 3249  for 5 chains, thence South for  40 chains to point intersecting  the Northerly Boundary of Lot  3248, thence East 5 chains to  Sakinaw Lake Shore, thence  along the Lake Shore to. point  of commencement.  Momento of first cffical pour  of concrete  on    the new    16  million d��H.ar Second Narrowg  " Bridge^ is presented t0 Health  Minister Brie Martin by Wesley. Pietz, president of Kiewitt"  Raymond      Construction    Co.  Ltd.,  contractors for the new  span. Labour   TMinister    Lyle  Wicks  (dentre)   attended'   the  function   together    with'- -the  Premier   and .eight . Cabinet  Ministers.-... When    completed,  the bridge "will tie the largest  of its type  in    Canada^    and  form a:part of the Trans-Can-  adia Highway system, to-geth-  er with the new   Oak Street  Bridge, Deas Tunnel", Aggasiz-  Rosedale  Bridgef   (and  Okan-  agen Lake B_ridge.,      _.  ('iiiirili NcrviiB  v    August l^thi 77       v  ANGLICAN-*^ :'"  llth Sunday after Trinity  St. Bartholomew's,    Gibsons  7.30 p.m. Evensong  St. Hilda's    Seche|tyy  1.45 p.m. Evensorigp:;>-���  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  11.00  a.m.   Hcly   Communion  Port Mellon" 7 .  Community Church  7.30 p.m. Evensong  UNITED  Gibsons  Public   Worship,   11.00 a.m.  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.  Wilson Creek  Public Worship, 3.30 p.m.  ST. VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt,    9 a.m.  St. Mary's, Gibsons, 10.30 a.m.  Port Mellon,   first  Sunday  oi  each month at 11.35 a.m.  Bethal   Baptist  Church  11:15 A.M., Worship Service  7:30 P.M.,  Wed.,   Prayer  2 P.M., 1st Thurs., in Month  Mission Circle  PENTECOSTAL  11 a.m. Devotional  10 a.m.  Sunday School  7.30     Evening  Service  Tuesday night 7.30  8 p.m. Friday night  Pender Harbour Tabernade  12:00 a.m. Morning   Service  7:30 p,m, Wednesday     Prayer Meeting.  August 10.    Annual Tea    and  Sale of Work, Home cooking  W.A.   Roberts Creek United  Church,     2     p.m.     in       the  church grounds.  Aug.   10:  Roberts Creek   Social.  Legion Hall,  8 pm.  Adg. ^1:  Dance,    Community  ���Hall, Roberts Creek, 8 p.m.  Aug. 14: Roberts Creek, Com-  munity   Hall,   Public   meeting  Aug.  16, 17, 18 at the school  and) Adjacent Hall and grounds  "���'' The    Sunshine    Coast Fall  Fair., Gibsons, B.C.  Aug   16. W.A. picnic has been  cancelled.  Aug.   18:  Roberts  Creek Canadian  Legion^   Dance,  Community Hall 9 p.m.    Drawing  Aug. 21. Gibsons, W.I. meeting  at  tlie home of Mrs. Rees  2 p.m..  Thi weeks special: Corner lot,  block from the Post Office,  only $650.  Harold Wilson  Totem  Realty  Phone  Gibsons  44  evenings  147  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   cf  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.  LIKE THIS AREA  Mr. an<} Mrs Dave Boyal of  Invermere B.C. drove out by  ear to visit their daughter and  son-in-law Mr and Mrs. Chris  D. Johnson and family of  Twin Creeks. They enjoyed  themselves up here and like  this part of the country.  QUESNEL. VISITOR  Mrs. R. Adams of Gibsons,  has had as visitors her son's  father-in-law^ Mr. Marcel Bor-  quin of Quesnel, also Mr and  Mrs. Vic Watts of Vancouver.  TEACHERS WANTED  Applications are invited from qualified teachers  with successful experience interested in teaching  half-time .at the Elphinstone Jr.-Sr. High School  Apply to the undersigned giving details of experience  and certification.  The Board of School Trustees  ,    ' School District No. 46 (Sechelt) 6    Coast News, August 9, 1956  On a sunny summer's day  in Fundy National Park, New  Brunswick, two anglers drift  lazily over the quiet waters  Of Point Wolf River.  (Photo from Canadian Government Travel Bureau.)  JOHN J. DUNKIN  Doctor of Optometry  906  Birks  Building  VANCOUVER, B.C.  d.E..  ^Siaotie.  Bulldozing Service  Land Clearing  Road Building  Logging      Landscaping  Free Estimates  Phone 82M Gibsons  GOATS MILK  ALWAYS AVAILABLE  30c qt.       ..16c.pt.  Delivered  From  ROBERT'S CREE��  tO  HOPKINS LANDING  ^cjudiiig GoWer Point  GEORGE CHARMAN  Phone Gibsons 148M  m  B I N G O  GRANTHAMS  EVERY FRIDAY  8 P.M.  JERRY'S  Repair Shop  Stocks The   New   One-Man  "PIONEER J-A"  I. E. L Power Saw  HEAVEY DUTY REPAIRS  WELDING  STANDARD  GAS AND OIL  TIRES - EATTERIFS  ACCESSORIES  Kleindale  RECREATION  PARK  COMMITTEE  Roberts  Creek.  B.C  Phone Gibsons 22C  Aug. 11  Dance in Community Hall  Aug. 14  PUBLIC MEETING  Community Hall  Roberts Creek 8 p.m.  He who  saves money  by not  advertising  saves time  by  stopping  the clock  , (Boast Njeius  PenderHarbourdistrict  All news items from the  various parts of Pender  Harbeiur -can be turned  in to Mr*. Judith Fletcher at Garden Bay who  is the Coast News district  correspondent. Items can  also he sent direct to  The Coast News.  Mr. andl Mrs. Ivan Smith  accompanied by their son and  daughter are guests of Iffr. and  Itfrs. James Marsh of Irvines  landing.  Mr and Mrs. W. Boyd of  Bellingham are visiting Gar-  den ..Bay.  Miss Jessie Shoemaker of  Handle, TlTash. is holidaying  in Pender Arbour district.  Mr.'.and-. Mrs. Bud Insley  accompanied by their daughter June are spnding a short  holiday with Mr. and Mrs.  Sjodin of Vancouver.  Mr. andi Mrs. Gordon Wray  and family  ore guests of Mr.  an<i Mrs, L.E. Wray of West-  piore Lodge.  Mrs. Moren of Bellingham.  Wash visited Irvines Landing  enroute to Princess Louise  Inlet  Mr", and Mrs. George Brice  0f Portland1, Oregon are spending a few days fishing in Pender Harbour.  Miss Lois Lee Home of  Seattle was in the Harbour  for a few days.  Mr. and Mrs. T,G.  Bell of  . Coos Bay, Ore. are visiting on  ia yachting trip to the Pender  Harbour district.  Miss Winnie Cooper of Vancouver is visiting friends in  Pender _ Harbour.  Miss Eleanor Donaldson, of  Zillah, Wash. Mrs. T.W. Gren-  fell, of Aberdeen. Wash, are  other Americans visiting here.  Mr. and Mrs. Ray Amy of  ���Seattle spent several days in  the Harbour as guests of Mrs.  Philip Groves.  *     ���.     *  Mr. and Mrs. Milford Nep-  stad and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph  Worth are house guests of  Mr. and Mrs. Stan Leroux of  Sinclair Bay.  Mr. and Mrs. Verne Thomson of Toronto are spending a  few weeks in Pender Harbour.  Mr. ad Mrs. Wenzel of San  Francisco visited Garden Bay  while enroute to Princess  Louise Inlet.  Mr. and Mrs. Stan Gallagher Qf Bremerton Wash, were  visitors to Garden Bay.  Among the visitors from the  United States to Pender Harbour area recently have been  Mr. and Mrs. Louis Morris  and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bul-  lette of Bremerton, Wash.;  Mr. and Mrs William Cook of  Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. G. M.  Donally of Belleview, Wash.  Miss Dodie Wilson of San  Francico, who has left for Princess Louise Inlet; Mr M.B.  Perron   of  Tacoma     and     N.  Watson.of Reriton Wash.  *. *  *  Mr. and Mrs. Bernard De-  celles and Mr. Ted Tessaro,  who were residing at Garden  Bay have moved to Westview.  Mrs Gilbert Lee and daugh-  Bonnie of Irvines Landing are  at present at Bute Dale, B.G  Miss Marie Sorenson was a  recent visitor to Pender Harbour.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burnett  of Vancouver are visiting the  home' '��� of' Mr^' an$ jyfcrs."'" Jaelt  has been a ' guest ai Garden  Potts, Sinclair Bay. '.'/   <  'J$rs. Harvjey Sparling who  has been a guest at Garden  Bay . lodjge has left for    Alta  Lake  ..   ���   ��� ��� ���    , i.  Mr. Dacre Powell and crew  have, returned to, Garden Bay'  for futher survey work on the  power line.  *    ���    ���  Mrs. Rocky    Kennedy    and  ��� son, of Cache Creek is visiting her parents, Mr. and. Mrs.  Harry     Reiter      of    Madeira  Park.  Miss Jane Helmer of Halfmoon Bay is a guest of Mr.  and Mrs. Edwin Reid, Sinclair  Bay  Mr. Paul Spack is registered at Garden Bay Lodge.  Miss Diana Kike is spending  a month's holiday with Miss  Gail Gillespie at Port Moody. ������  Mr. George Wilmott of Vancouver, fishing at Pender Harbour, is registered at Garden  Bay Lodge.   ,  Mr.  and Mrs.' R.D.    Parkes  of Vancouver Bay and children are guests of Dr. and Mrs  Swan of Garden Bay.  Mrs. Herb Cates is visiting  her sister, Mrs Lloyd Davis ^  Garden Bay Lodge.  Mrs. Betty Allardyce of  Vancouver is a guest of Mr.  and Mrs. Al Lloyd, of Garden  Bay.  HalfmoonBay  BY PAT WELSH  The Welcome Beach Community association held the  ninth annual meeting July 21  with 35 members present. The  following officers were elected. Mrs. F. Leuchte president;  vice president, Mrs. M. Bisset;  secretary-treasurer. Mrs. J.  Meikle and auditor G.B. Lad-  ner.  Members enjoyed a weiner  roast seated around the beach  fire and a sing song, the music  being supplied! by the talented  Leuchte family.  The Dixon Clan gathered in  full force to bid au revoir to  the Dave Dixons who are leaving to live in California.  Mrs. John Boyce with Christopher and Martin who have  been. J spending the summer  with the Harold Pearces ore  leaving shortly to join JRir.  Boyce in Philadelphia where  they will make their home.  Don Ross was jubilant at  catching a 13 XA. lb, cohoe to  take back to Vancouver at the  end of his vacation,  Guests at the Grundy  home are Mr. and Mrs. Clair  Barclay and their granddaughter Lorraine Smith.  Mrs. Hamilin of Winnipeg  is the house guest of Mr. and  Mrs. E. Piper while Mrs. J.  Meikle has Catherine and  Susan Macey of West Vancouver.  At the Paddy Welshes last  week were Dr. and Mrs. Harold Caple. Bruce and Kippie,  Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Welsh  and Miss Myrna    Phulaff    of  Weyburn,  Sask.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Faulkner  are at the K. Argue cottage f��r  the next week.  Mr. T. Innes lacerated his  right little finger necessitating five stitches. Miss Barclay,  anoher visitor, slipped and injured her left wrist. Both werc  attended to at St. Mary's Hospital.  Mr. and Mrs. Alan Greene,  Miss Marjorie Greene and Mr.  Lewis Jones spentv the weekend clearing their Redrooffs  property.  er and Birch Bay Washington  has returned to the Creek and  wm council at Stratford Camp  during August, replacing Miss  Joanne Johns who is going on  to  Garibaldi.  More than 30 Stratford  campers and guests had supper at the camp Saturday evening after which badminton  ping-pong, dancing, singing  were enjoyed.  SPORTS - DRESS - WORK SHOES  FOR ALL THE FAMILY  Roberts Creek  BY MRS. M. NEWMAN  Members of the Pottery  Club are working these days  to prepare articles for exhibi-  'tion in the Fair. These busy'  people are in a position to  prove that industry pays. Visitors to the Fair should be delighted with the original and  attractive designs in pottery. A  new class will be forming in  the Fall.  The Roberts Creek Recreation Park Committee's coffers  are the 'better for the dance  held in the HaU on July ��8. A  >good crowd showed up and th*  evening was1 successful in every way.   ���  'Jeff Newman has returned  from a vacation trip.  Sheila . Smith, having spent  July at Cultug Lakeh Vancouv-  A   -   .^M.'Owwi^p*^'������,. .  iWatch and Jeweh-y  ���'" Repairs    ;. -*-." .:;  CHRIS'*v J&WELERS  Work, done tro the Premises  WEBt& <^7G6tD  Phone 96 Seohelt  1   '"'"-. ''"':"'��� U'!,.... m . .  Phone 25 G  Sechelt  ECONQMICAIJ,  ��� CONVENIENT,  SAFE!  ������^tx toi.t $ji- y...  ;;��  At small coat, bo��ttl��d gas b*sw ��JI ifc*  conv^aiopee* ~ef "using modem apptixsKts  .:.r- -- WE~I30SI4VER ^ ' y.  Phone 33  Gafeaans  I  I  I  I  I  CARS - WmfifW VANS -TRUCKS  :;:.-;pAnels  '^���  ECONOMY - COMFORT -  SMARTNESS /  Sales : Service  4 - vW81l�� 'p0<m     ���  Jteeps - fRripickis  - Sedan Deliveiies  Station Wagons  Parts - Repairs  GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE: POWER SAW SALES & SERVICE  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  Phone 75  Sechelt  I  I  I  J  Sunshine Coast Fall Fair  '   ' In  School and Adjacent Halls  GIBSONS B.C.  Thursday, August 16  7 To 10P.M.  Official Opening by Fair Queen 7 p.m.  Friday, August 17  10 AM. TO 10 P.M.  Saturday, August 18  10 A.M. TO 5 P.M.  Children's Fancy  Dress  and Pet Parade  2 p.m.  with Bagpipes  DANCE 9p.m.  Merry-go-rounds and Games  AUGUST '.16, 17, 18 .:,-.'  EXHIBITS;   -Flowers, Fruits, Vegetables, Home-Cooking  Home Canning, Needlework, etc.   -  -Weaving, Pottery,-School Children's Section,  Poultry, etc. Calf dub, etc. ��� -     ~.      '  FEATURES:     Demonstrations:  Equipment, Home Appliances,  Pottery-making, Weaving, Rug-making. \     .  REFRESHMENTS:       In School Hall and on Grounds.  ADMISSION TO FAIR:     25 Cents per day. 50 Cents for three days.  ADMISSION TO DANCE:      $1.00 each  Booklets and Entry Forms can be obtained from The  Coast News, Gibsons, B.C.  ib Also from Secretary, Mrs. M. LeFeuvre, R.R.1.,  Gibsons B.C. BY  PHYLLIS  M.  HODGSON  The Sunshine Coast with its  Scenic   beauty  combined  with  the glorious summer  weather  has attracted    many    visitors  from the United States,  from  .the prairies and from overseas.  Mrs.  E. Hobman from Beal  Yorkshire    is      visiting     her  daughters   Mrs.  R.W.J.  Kruse  and Mrs. Norman Kruse. Trav.  ellng  by  air,     Mrs    Hobman  left Britain on Tuesday 2 a.n\.  arriving   in  Vancouver  Tuesday midnight.  - Mrs. Fagley from Berkely  Cal. was guest of Mr and Mrs.  Bob^osden. y^  Carter from. North Vancouver  were also guests at the. Gos"  den home: yy  / ^Visiting from Prince Albert. ;���' Saisfc���' are7.; Mr.��� and Mrs-  MacRae,ynth���. their daughter  Louisev and her friend. They  are;1 ygiiests of Mr. and Mrs.  Stan.-Burt 7  Capturing    much   of    their  CHELT  YCLE  95 M  Carriages,  Wheeled  Goods  REPAIRS  Canadian holiday on film, Mrs.  Margaret Townsend and. Miss  Milly Bird from Coventry TEngt  land were visiting the Hodg-  sons. They were accompanied  by their brother, 7L.J. Bird  from White Rock.  Visitors from White Horse  were Mrs R. Telfords nephew  Mr. Ralph Bailey and his  family.  Mr. and Mrs. Godwin who  haye been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Hugh Inglis, have  returned to their home at Pennant Sask.  7.Miss Grace Smiley has returned to her home inTEdmon-  ton, having spent the past  iniohth with Mr. and s Mrs.  Robertson, Seaview lid.  Mr .and Mrs H. Gethen of  Vancouver were weekend guests of Capt. and Mrs. TH. Metcalfe  . The Harry Melroies enjoyed  a short holiday in Vancouver,  returning home with them was  Mrs. Dunn and her three daughters.  Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nutter  and children were guests of  /Mrs Nutters' parents last  week. Mrs. Nutter is assistant  director of the Chilliwack hos"  pital.  Mrs. J. Pateman is a patient  in Lindross Hospital,. S. JBurn-  aby. \yy y-y  Mr   andi Mrs. Jensoh; are at  SGOTfSSCRAP BOOK '  4IE0 Wo.<iLfHLR.   -  HumqmuahS  By fcj. SCOTT  launchA  4ofttotf AS  LAUNCH,!  /& CP.USL 4o ���  V/M^R-i AS-fa  LAUNCH/  ��<jtt.��OA<f  . of 4Ki..  5!Z��. J-  4b A SHIP. .  6F Y/A.R..  /! How. sriop/f <  ��^OUL!> You SWOnT��-  K HON-FR-flR K\t*Cr  ilZE .ackKMfi&qtt  "Wi l:?M< AMQUH-f ot  MlCcX.KE. AND -fAl^-fo  you ft kou-Ch ��p  I Vz meats'.  JAAH  &$ MAGIC  WM RoofS*  A-MiSCEUAHlfiU^  (CbU.��cYl0>t  W)C\L Hi *  CAWUiS'WA.  RAvrtUDE 8AQ.  A FULL LINE  y^;fm^.]:y  \y^S/^$^gf,  GRAVEL  CEMENT  ROAD GRAVEL  OF LUMBER  Building Supplies  Phone 60-Q  Sechelt  Now In - a New Stock bf  2 -Burner Hot Plates  Single Switch Control  Both Burners  All White Enamel  $8.45  ^  w\J0��  APPLIANCES  Phone 32  Gibsons  I  Hunting and Fishing Licenses Available  Deer and Moose Tags on Hand  Now... the first  LONDON DRY  G&W EXTRA DRY GIN ] %A^* IJlJS^'j  will give a new lift to your martinis, j ^>��.Wa> ;^f  collins, gin-and-tonic. Delicate *    ^y^****^  bouquet. Absolutely dry flavour.  Next time, try  G&W London Dry Gin.  A product of  GUODERHAM   &   WORTS   LIMITED  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the  Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  Cinadi'f  Oldest   Olttillsry  their summer home.  Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Collins  from Hammond were guests  of the Jim Ashworths.  On Wed., August 1. Mr. and  Mrs. Cole's lovely garden with  it's large lawnl andl flower bed5  a riot of color, made an. ideal  setting for a very successful  tea by St' Bartholomews W.A.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Morane  iand family have returned from  holidays. Travelling by car  they visited Spokane and  Coer D'alene, returning by.  way of the Grand Coulee Dam  and the Hope Princeton highway.  *      *������      *  Dick . Reishelt and Billy  Nichols- attended the Calgary  (Stampede, arid completed their  holiday with a few days at  Banff and Jasper.   A-'- "'";  \Mr.  and Mrs   Len Sturgess  have returned to the city a*ter"  a two weeks holiday.     ,  Mr. and Mrs. George. Wil"  iamson <Abbie). Gibsons old-  timers, are now living at Fort  Qu'Appelle. Sask. Mr. Williamson has 'been appointed . business manager of the hospital  there.  Dr, and. Mrs. Inglis with.  Joyce, Myrna and Daphne, Mr.  and Mrs. Godwin and Mr. and  Mrs. -Eric .Inglis/ with, their  7 family were in Vancouver to  attend the wedding of their  niece, Helen Jsabelle Godwin  to Mr. Ronald Maclsaac. Four  year -old Kim Inglis was ring,  bearer at the ceremoney.  Mrs. L.B. Knight was hostess at afternoon tea honoring  Mrs. R. Clarkson wh0  leaves  this week to. visit her sisters,  in Eastcote, England:.  Mrs. N. Dolley visited New  Westminster and Whalley for  a couple 0f weeks. She attended the International Lawn  Bowling Tournament.  Mr. and Mrs. Arther Eck-  ford enjoyed a visit from Mr.  and Mrs. J- White for a few  days.  < Lt. Col. arid Mrs. EC Hen-  nicker are spending a couple  of weeks at the home of their  son, and his wife, Mr. and Mrs.  E. Hennicker. *  On Wed August 1- Mrs. J.  H. Drummond enterteained 18  ladies of the Allbright Club  1955-56 O-E.S. Matrons, at a  delightful picnic. Two tables  set up under the large shady  tree in the garden were loaded -down with barbecued  spareribs, Virginia baked ham,  buns and salads and delicious  [pies. The guests declared it  a perfect day. For many of  them it was their first glimpse  of Howe Sound.  Mt * *v  Joyce and Myrna Inglis  have left to visit their aunt at.  Rock  Bay,   Vancouver  Island.  Mr. and . Mrs. Art Ridley  from West Vancouver were  guests of the F-D.  Wilsons.  Spending July at the Alexander home, were Mrs. Ernest  Alexander and children and  Mrs. J.P. Francis. Mrs. Neil  White visited them for a few  days.  Mr. B.J. Pinks was in New  Westminister   playing   on   the  winning   team   of  the    Inter-  natioal Lawn Bowling Tournament  Mr. and Mrs. J Stiles have  returned from a holiday in  Seattle.  Mrs. B.A. Chadsey from  Kelowna is back visiting  friends at Gower Point. She  is dividing her holiday between Mrs- Harry Chaster and  Mrs  Mitchell King.  top scholar  David Lloyd of Pender Harbour high school, son of Al  Lloyd of Garden Bay, was top  student in the high school this  year! with an average of . 90  per cent, school principal Mr.  BUCkley  repforts.  .'"this percentage represents  tl��g_average obtained,, including social studies 30, chemistry  91^ mathematics 30, and correspondence courses including  French. David also is the win-  yri^r of the P.T.A.'s Know Canada trophy, with a mark of 88.  'I .Doris Collins and Dorothy  Gregerson each made an average of 75 percent, and Carole  Malcolm also did well  Mr Buckley . said lie was  gratified with the results and  expects next year's students  to^ maintain or exceed this average as they are o,�� good calibre and will have improved facilities  Redrooffs was in a festive  mood July 26. when RedrooSf"  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital. Garden Bay. held its  second annual Summer Fair  in the tree shaded grounds of  the Redrooffs Resort.  There was a good display of  fancy work, novelties and  needlework at the stall. The  Home cooking stall was soon  depleted of its good things to  eat while the fish pond, home'  made candy, pop and ice  cream stalls w��re popular  with  the younger  generation.  An hilarious group surrounded Cannon Greene who  won the7 water melon, guessing its weight within a -few  'ounces. Miss Lamb' was winner of the Cfruilt, Miss M. Hall  the knitted jacket and the  tackle box by a visitor from  Pender.  . The ladies of the Auxiliary  thank all those who gave of  .their time and. contributed in  other ways to the success of  the Fair and Mr. and Mrs. J.  Cooper for the use of their  grounds  Everyone tried to guess the  weight of the watermelon ana  raffle; tickets for the beautiful  hand made quilt, knitted jacket and tackle box were soon  sold out.  Tea was served at small  tables where the ladies had  their tea cups read.  Tlie needlework stall was in  charge o,f Mrs. M. Menzies and  Mrs. J Meikle; home cooking.  Mrs. A. Grun&y and Mrs. E.  White; fish pond, Mrs E.  KItisendirf; candy and soft  drinks, Mrs. M. Bisset, Raffle  tickets, Mrs. H. Pearce, ice  cream^ Mrs. G.B., Lasner; cash*  Mrs.   C.  Tinkley;  tea, Mrs   P.  Coast News, August 9, 1956    7  Welsh; tea cup readings, Mrs.  'Q. Burrows.  Among those down from  Pender Harbour for the event  were Canon Alan Greene,  Mr. and Mrs. Dickson, Miss  Russell. Mrs. Wardjen. Mrs.  Ross, Miss Symmons, Mrs.  Birchall. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and others.  Read The Real Estate Column  On The Want Ad Page.  Bring Your  KITCHEN  lip To Date, Quickly  And Easily With Units  Built With  SYLVAPLY  Finish with Cilux Enamel  inside and out.  Top with Arborite, fri  ytour favorite color.  Trim with Hees Aluminum  Moulding.  Fit with Amerock Hardware  in Contemporary Styling  in Brass, Chrome, Black  or Bronze.  For Particulars, see  Gibsons Building  Supplies, Ltd.  Phone Gibsons 53  WE CARRY THE STOCK  STANDARD  MOTORS  are pleased to announce  their Appointment as  Distributors for the Sechelt Peninsula  of OXYGEN, ACETYLENE and  AH Supplies Needed for your Welding Jobs  We Carry a Large Stock of OXYGEN and ACETYLENE CONTAINERS,  so we can save you TIME, MONEY & FREIGHT on Instant Change-over  For further information, call us at Sechelt 64.  STANDARD   MOTORS  YOUR FORD-MONARCH DEALERS  SECHELT B.c! ..���,''������.���,.  .kSB I  MEMBERSHIP  CARDS 25c  IWANIS WELFARE FUND 8    Coast News, August 9, 1956  WINS   $4,450  A Nanaime pioneer was the  latest radio CHUB listener to  have fortune! smile upon her as  she won $4,480 on "Treasure  Chest"' July 31st.  Mrs C. Marshall of 90 Victoria Roa<i in Nanaimo was  the lucky winner  news items  BY MRS. A. A. FRENCH  The Annual Memorial flow-  er show of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Canadian Legion  wag a disappointing affair. On  the suggestion of many people  .    Now Open For Business  (Formerly Lang's Drug Store)  Seven Days A Week  8 a.m. To 12 p.m.  COFFEE BAR AND CONFECTIONARY  ~��  it was held later so as to include vegetables but there  were so few entries it was  not worth the effort. The showing of the entries sent in were  very good and prizes went.'to;  Mrs-J. Eldred, Mrs. O.K. Engen.' Mrs. F. Ritchie, Mrs. L.  Turner^ Mrs. K. Henderson,  Mrs K." Hall, Mrs. Brawn, Mrs.  W. "Allan, Mrs. C. Jackson.  Mrs. Myers and Mr. Grey.  Judges were Mr. W. Allan ana  Mr. W.A. Youngson. General  convenor was Mrs Dorothy  Browning.  Clarence Joe suffered - another loss. Taking his family  up the Inlet to the summer  camp with a large grocery order and extra bedding they  found on coming "back to the  campsite after a swim that the  house and contents including  clothing left behind for the  swim had been destroyed by  fire.  Two former employees    of  the Union Steamships chose  the same date on which to  get married, August 11 unknown to each other. They ar6  Mrs Dora Doyle and Kay  Hall. Mrs. Doyle will be married at Halfmoon Bay and Kay  at the Catholic Church. Sechelt. A dual shower held at  the home' of Mrs. Bob Kent  was a surprise for both of  them.  Doreen Pollock is holidaying at Sopke B.C.  Mr. arid Mrs. Guy Cuthbert  have gone east for a holiday.  Mrs. Carl Peterson and Miss  Agnes Bain have gone to Seattle for a weeks vacation  Visiting Mr and Mrs. Bill  Aradjerson are ]VJr. and Mrs.  Charles Melrose o^ Trail B.C.  and Mrs. H. O'Hara with David and Melita of Vancouver.  Mr and Mrs. T. Fiddl,er of  Vancouver is spending a week  with Mrs. F. French whilst  their daughter Miss Myrtle  Fiddler and friend Miss E.  Liddle of Portland, Ore are  at Malibou    Lodge,    Princess  Louisa Inlet.  Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hem-  street and family .spent a vacation in Vancouver  Mrs. Leo Johnson and family are back from Franklin  River where they had a*won-  derful holiday. Mr. and Mrs  Bryson of Franklin River are  guests of the Johnson's for a  few days.  Inlet   She  is; reported to  convalescing slowly.  be  "Wife "Preservers  ; *^^^SSsiUUi$31  Mr. and Mrs H. Stockwell  of Porpoise Bay^ spent their  holidays on Vancouver Island  camping out and staying overnight wherever fancy took  them.  . Mrs. Ethel Walker is spend*  ing a few days at Miracle  Beach/Van. Is., with her sister.  She will bring home Joan who  has spent a short holiday  there.  Mr. and Mrs Jack Barker  spent the weekend in Kamloops visiting the Bill Scott  family.  Mrs. Dorothy Bosch has  been -in a Vancouver hospital  three weeks following a severe fall at camp in the Sechelt  A daily change of shoes is economical.,  An authority estimates that this precau--  tion more than doubles the lifepj shpy  illilil  a ��^^^f a  THE  PRESSING  PRICES  EFFECTIVE  THURS. AUG..  TO  WED. AUG. 15  Sechelt  *  Service  *  Store    STAR    SPECIALS  PORK & BEANS  NABOB  Kids Love 'Em  15  Oz. Tins  CREAM STYLE CORN  R & W  M - M - Good  15l 2/29c  FRUIT PUNCH  NABOB  ASSORTED  1  Ounce  Bottles  CORNED   BEEF  FLOUR  CAT   FOOD  DOG   FOOD  FRAY  BENTOS  Five Roses  ROVER  ROVER  12  5  Oz. Tins  16  16  Oz. Tins  Oz. Tins  more  r low i  RINSO: 5c OFF! Large Pkg.  RINSO: 10c OFF! Giant Pkg.  TOMATO  BBY'  JUICE  REFRESHING  21  Oz. Tins  39c  77c  16c  12 Oz. Tins  Dole's    15 Oz. Tins  PURITAN BOLOGNA  FRUIT COCKTAIL  CORN    FLAKES    quaker  HUNT'S   TOMATO   SAUCE  12  Oz. Pkg.  Oz. Tins  FOR DRINKS  Oyster Cocktails  Jellied Salads  Oz. Tins  US  5' ���  !'���'���  1-  LITTLE  DIPPER  C.  Oz. Pkg.  LIPTONS: PKG.  JOHNSON'S PASTE  CHORE GIRL POT  PERFEX CLEANSER  \Uh  16 Oz. Bottle  E  ARY  WAX 1 lb.  SCRUBS  ,     16 Oz.  ��     Bottles .  lOOz.Pkg.  10 Oz. Pkg.  tins  31c  2 /49c  25c  2/23c  63c  21c  29c  23c  "wassmss  PHONE   26  SECHELT

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