BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Coast News Nov 21, 1947

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xcoastnews-1.0172965.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xcoastnews-1.0172965.json
JSON-LD: xcoastnews-1.0172965-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcoastnews-1.0172965-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcoastnews-1.0172965-rdf.json
Turtle: xcoastnews-1.0172965-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcoastnews-1.0172965-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcoastnews-1.0172965-source.json
Full Text
xcoastnews-1.0172965-fulltext.txt
Citation
xcoastnews-1.0172965.ris

Full Text

 qyifrh  !�������- #  *, -.  *  jr.'*4.* **  "_'.- $__*-��  ia'; ��fts^:_.i3J  .___������� *    __.i*_t ��e_w_r_    ��*    ff*_rt__a_Hj  Serving- a Progressive and Growing  Area on B. C.'s Southern Coast.  Covers Sechelt, Gibsons, Port Mellon, Woodfibre, Squamish, Irvines  Landing, Half Moon Bay, Hardy  Island, Pender Harbour, Wilson  Creek, Roberts Creek, Granthams  Landing, Egmont, Hopkins Landing,  Brackendale,   Cheekeye,   etc.  PUBLISHED BY THE COAST NEWS, _.X2��ETEX>  Business Office:  Sechelt, B.C. National Advertising' Office, Fovell Elver, B.C.  Vol. 1 IB���No. 19.  Sechelt, B. C.  Friday, November 21, 1947 5c per copy, $2.50 per year, by mail.  ROYAL  WEDDiN6  BELLSyrang  from  Westminster Abbey  ���-.,.-      yesterday for HRH Princess Elizabeth, heir presumptive  to the British throne, and Lieut. Philip Mountbatten.  Reader's Right  ���Letters To The Editor  (Left Over From Last Week)  By Pike Pole Pete,  Middle Point  COONS aire a thriving, miserable tribe.   I don't like them.  They are highway robbers, and  .phickeris    seem    to . be    their  specialty.  Now, a bear, as mentioned by  Jack MacGoon, is a gentlemanly fellow. At least, he lets  you know when he is on one of  his raids.    But not so that sly  ycoon.- .;,.,.."'��� '���  The other night, Mom wakes  me   up.     '{The   coon   is   here  .again," says she.  y My hunting instinct aroused,  I slip put of bed; - thro'w on a  ^dressing gowi^;*step^into ^lip--  /pers, grab; a* ilashl-ght and; gun  . -.W^tiifeTS^  hess followed "by Mom.By this  time the  dog* is barking furiously away back-ih the jungle.  He has the thing treed.    I inform   Mom,   showing   my   superior knowledge, "This will be  easy."    So we wind our arduous   way   through   briers   and  sallal over our heads and over  bluffs  (I never realized before  jhow extremely rugged this B.C.  ���coast is)  till we finally arrive  to where "Butch," the dog, is  barking   at   the   foot   of   the  largest   tree   in   the   vicinity.  Says I, expanding again on my]  superior knowledge,  "You  are  barking   up   the   wrong   tree,  Butch,  coons > only go yup  into  small  trees."    However,  when  I casually turn the light to the  itop  of  the  tree  there  is, Mr.  Coon.    I says to Mom, "Stand  over so he don't hit you wheri"  he comes down."    Now, I find  ;that to get the sights lined up  tis very difficult ��� peep sight  )and   flashlight   don't   seem ��� to  work together very well. Finally, I take a chance, and fire  in the general direction of the  varmint.   Nothing comes down.  Mom  looks   at  me  accusingly.  "Oh," I says, "that was just a  j warning shot.   I always do that  you know!"    Then I try lying  down to get a steady aim.    I  soon  get  up.    I  nearly  break  my  back,  aiming   straight  up.  /���Then   I   contemplate   lying on  one's back is a rather unorthodox way of hunting one would  Jsay.    However, -at last I manage to get a good bead oh the  beast.      Click!-    No    shells!  ."Where are the shells," I asks  Mom.   "Why ask* me?" she retorts    indignantly.     "Alright,"  "says I, "let's go home."  '   Next' night again, /'Dad!   The. ���'  coon is here again.;  Wake up!"  >;��� I pulls the blankets over my  head.    "All right!" Mom says.  ;'T11 ygo  get   Nels   (our  young  :son) to show you how."  Now here is a psychological  'puzzle. It takes half; an hour  every morning to get him up  in time for school/ This time  -in the middle of the night���- .  half a minute.  . After a little I hear a shot,  ?then some more shots, then in  ;hie comes. I begin, 'TDon't"feel  tdisgusted, son, that darned  Jpeep sight���" "Hecl-lySad, the ,i  fpeep sight is O.K. I've got four  iof them. Evidently there's; a  Regular; invasion. Something  flike bna D Day scale.": y  ,*���:.' "You're right, son," says t,'  "and'Mom, she's always right!"  WRITER SCORNS  POST  OFFICE  AT GIBSONS  The Editor,  The Coast News.  Sir,���Having been a visitor  to Gibsons district this summer  and again this early fall, I- must  admit nature has been very  lavish with her blessings. I  also notice that the federal government has also been liberal in  providing Gibsons with a*splen-  did wharf. I would like tb be  yableto say thefsame of the federal P.O?"department,* re the  local, post office, with its genial  over-worked postmaster, where  possibly a wellrearned pension  is - long overdue/ However,  they should provide him with  more y help, and certainly more  accommodation.   They little two  filled ythe - gapr1years ago, but  how -the present: staff can hardly move around (even iii the  : slack "season) with most of the*  small floor space cluttered up  with parcels. How they manage without making many blunders during the Christmas season keeps one guessing. This  shortage of help, and the poor  accommodation, conies back on  the public, for, on occasion, I  have known the mail delivered  off the boat to the post office  around noon, and it has been  arpund 3 o'clock before being,  made available to the/public./  Anyone receiving mail that  calls for a quick reply, has only  half an hour to do so to be in  ; timefor the outgoing mail, 3:30  p.m., and this, sometimes after  waiting in a queue for an hour  or so in a cold driving rain, as  the only shelter provided for  the public is a five-foot lean-to.  .  This is an instance wnere  your live Board of. Trade and  Taxpayers' Association can do  some useful work, with the  assistance of your energetic  federal member, to have these  conditions remedied. I notice  the latter has just helped part  of North .Vancouver to, have  their mail .delivered, why hot  Gibs6ns?~i-with a larger population���as the federal post Office  department must receive very  many thousands of dollars revenue yearly from the local  office. i '.;���.'.;;  Visitor.  Guest Preachers  At Gibsons Church  GIBSONS���In the absence of  Rev. Thomas Moore, of; the  Gibsons MemoriaJ" Uriited  Church, who is ill in St: Paul's  Hospital, .Vancouver, the pulpit  this month is being supplied-by '  Mr. J. Marshall, Rev. F. Bushfield, Dr. A. F/ Munro Of Vancouver (Nov. 23) and Rev. J.  A. R. Tingley, B.A./ B.D., of  Vancouver. The latter wilt  take both services oh Nov. 30.  At, the eveningiService: pictures ���  on tlie work of the Bible' society  will be showh. The churches  are uniting for this service to  which all are cordially invited.  88 -  SIRLE READING  y Miss Norma Wyborne, was  iguest organist at^they United  tChurch on Sunday, Nov. 16.  Y   . '."  .    ������*  "���:���*���     *  ;   The  B.I.S.K.   (Bowen  Island  School I^iidsXy had a party ahd  dance atIthe^bhool on Nov. 15.  iThey liad -lots ������ of t\m. y  MAKE A' joyful noise unto the  Lord, all ye lands. Serve the  Lord with gladness: Y come beT  fore Hisi Presence with singing.  Know ye that the Lord He is  God: it is He that hath ihade  us, .and not we ourselves; we  are His;/peopley yand the sheep  of His ip'asture.y Enter into His  vgates^Ayith thaiiksgivirig, and  into His courtsywith praise: be,,  thankful untb Him, and bless  His Name. For the Lord is good:  His mercy is everlasting; and  His truth endureth to all gen-  erations^-PSAWMt 100. y'zy-  By 'ENRIETTA 'OBBS  Pender Harbour  NOW that the summer is over  and the "guy from town" has  departed, our home is gradually  returning to normal. The Skipper, too, is fast becoming his old  easy-going self.. He has. lost that  wary look of the eye that seems  to be a peculiar characteristic  of both man and beast who  cross the path of the guy from  town, during the fishing season.  Although I have always ad-  mired_ the patience of the average fisherman as he" sits and  watches the end of his line  hopefully, the untiring patience  of the guy from town, as he sits  in the' middle of our living  room, surrounded^ by a weird  assortment of Lucky Louies,  Unlucky Fl o o i e s, spinners,  flashers and whatnots, leaves  me goggle-eyed with amazement. - Now that he is gone, life  seems -just a little bit drab and  dull. The guy from town certainly /adds a zip to Jiving, even  if it is in the shape of a fishhook stuck fast in the sole of a  running shoe, said shoe being  on one's foot at the time of the  accident.  MAJOR UNDERTAKING  . The- picture of the guy from  town-preparing for one day's  fishing; is a sight long to be remembered. The day before the  great event, he gets up early in  the morning, snatches a bit of  breakfast, then gathers his fishing gear together. Next, he gets  a stool, spreads his gear over  the middle of the living-room  floor .arid sits down. There he  remains for hours, tying knots,  fixing hooks and straightening  lines. .The only sure way of  getting him to leave his task for  ;a rest is to tell him dinner is  ready.  . One .would naturally think  that .all these preparations  would result in a big catch of  fish next day. Alas and alack,  more often than not, the guy  from town comes back from his  fishirig. trip with a long face,  and still longer tale about the  "big "one" that got away. Sometimes this story is corroborated  by, the unmistakable evidence  of a missing Lucky Louie. Is  ' the giiy, from town discouraged  rl^y3ii_H_mfOTt��ria^^  Notybnyyour life!" Next riiprri-  ing, .bright and early, the preparations for another day's fish-  ingybegin all over again, hooks/  lines and sinkers strewn all  over the. living-room floor, and  the Skipper and I doing gymnastics *in order to avoid step-  pingon a hook or skidding on a  flasher.  MEMORY REMAINS       '   ' �����;  Long after the guy from town  has ydeparted,   his   memory is  "still with us.   It may be in the  form of a stray hook appearing  "���frb-riy goodness knows where.  These stray hooks are far less  formidable than the hidden  weapons that tuck themselves  slyly-away afriong the cushions  of the chesterfield. The Skipper still retains a memory of  the time he sat down on a cushion, and started up with a yell  of anquish, nearly turning the  air blue with the force of his  language. Now, for weeks after  the guy frprii town has departed, the Skipper will  carefully  . feel among the fluffy Ndepths of  a cushion before seating him-  y'se\iyyy ';",;. ;���:-,'���',������ ���:' .���  Some, times I have been  tempted to ask the guy from  town if it would not be cheaper  z to buy avlarge fish at the wharf,  to   exhibit   to   admiring   and  yprivibus friends, but something  always   .tells  me  to  hold   my  '..'tongue:' Far be it from me to  -banish.. the light from the eye  of an ardent fisherman, who  beholds in the-weird array of  fishing; gear he buys, the fulfillment : of' a great dream. After  all, . don't we all have pur  dreams?' -''.,'  In: spite of the disturbing influence the guy from town has  upon i our rather uneventful  way; of life, it would indeed be  a sad day for us if ever the  steamer failed to bring him with  the first bright clays of summer.  May he-long be; spared to litter  up bur living-room with his  fishing gear, and affect us with  a little of that enthusiasm that  Gibsons United W.A.  Plan Bazaar Dec. 5  GIBSONS ���Monthly ineeting  of the. Gibsons Memorial  United Church Women's Association was held in the church  hall on Nov. 6. This being the  quarterly missionary s t u dy  meeting, a program on India  .and the work of pur mission- ~  aries today was given.  Mrs. J. P. Stewart sang a solo  and the special thank-offerihg  for missions was received at  this meeting: Plans were made  for the bazaar to be held in the  church on Friday, December 5,  at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. G. A. Marsden, president, will be in  charge.- The annual meeting  and election of officers will be  held on December 11 at 2:30  p,m. ia the church fciall* :-  is the mark of the true fisherman. And, as I remarked before, the guy from town certainly adds a zip to life.  m  WILSON CREEK  By MRS. ERICKSON  LOOKS as if the West Sechelt  writer-upper beat me to the  draw on the news item of the  stranded fishing boats. I had  the advantage however of  watching the struggle against  the elements; also tackled the  slippery rocks for a close-up  and snapshots.  Local residents did what they  could in the way of hot coffee,  food and blankets as the luckless owners slept on the beach.  Stan Arbo took after the hulk  which was in tow but found it  too large and the weather too  rough. It finally came to rest  at Roberts Creek.  *    *    *  "Eagles Rest" is the name the  Frank Luomas are calling their  new home which they hope to  move into soon. A great help  having a builder and handy man  in the family although Mrs. L.  is a g^eat worker too. They have  a ?pace in the basement for a  "rumpus room" (in; the pioneer  days called the "snake room").  *        *        if.  Another resident. who is a  wonder although having almost  caught up with three score  years and ten is Mrs. T. Hill  who bought "Ventnor" from  Mrs. Van Dreek last year. Mrs.  Hill tackles anything���building,  sawing, making furniture and  also now has a lovely garden.  She was a forrher. resident of  Toronto and Vancouver. Mr.  and Mrs. Hari'y Morley who  bought the Mather property are  her brother and sister-in-law.  -'      *    *    *  Glad there was a good turnout for Virgel "Lane's dance at  Sechelt. Had a chat with hirn  and. Ernie King. We '.sure miss  Prutt at these affairs. Hope to  see him down this way soon.  Hear by the grapevine he has  a  nice  girl friend in  the city.  Regret to!say Mrs. F. Mutter  is in hospital in Vancouver at  present. We all wish her a  speedy recovery.  The Trading Post Staff looks  a little happier now that/the  furnace is going. When the material for the ceiling in. the new  addition arrives "a bit of a do"  for   an   official opening wbuld  be a nice idea.  *    *    *  . ��� . \'  Jack Whittaker is in charge  of the wharf and as we have  the Roberts | Creek passengers  and freight :>; handled there it's  a busy place.J When the Water-  house boats | toot, generally in  the dead of night, Jack must  just love it., y  : Cannot close . the column  without letting readers know  that; the famous .bronze door  knocker, alJ4 the. way from  Berkeley '��� Square, is now in  place   on   the   Erickson   front  BEVERLY BURLEY, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman  Burley, was crowned queen of the fall Ball at the University of BX.yArmories Nov. 13. She was Miss Physical  Education, and !js a third year student affiliated with Alpha  Phi sorority. Miss Burley has been a popular and frequent  visitor to Sechelt since her early childhood.  Movie Preview  (Left Over From Last Week)  ' "TEMPTATION" ��� Miss Merle  Oberon, a beautiful, predatory divorcee, sets her sights on  a rich Egyptologist, George  Brent/Who falls for her,charms  -arid majffi^  1tir��s"/bf "the^lacli.' <>f '>Excitement  and hecOnies involved with  Charles Korvin^who woos her  into a plot to poison her husband. When discovery of the  plot is imminent Korvin disassociates himself from her.  Miss Oberon,; with Brent at  death's door, suddenly realizes  she loves him and is full of remorse for her evil-doing. The  story's p o w e r f u 1 dramatic  scene against a background of  breathtaking vista's of the Nile  Valley of . the Kings give this  superb .cast, including Paul  Lukas, opportunity for. an amazing performance/  TOBA THIS 'N THAT  By BROWNIE   MONDAY, Nov. 3 ��� Dad sent  me a couple of nice roasters  so I had the P.P.C. (Penny  ���Poker,-Clubly for- chicken..djnner  and of course a game "of cards.  I forgot my manners and ended up the big winner for the  night (81 cents that is).  Radio sets with clear reception on the ground go berserk  at high altitudes/in planes; in  recent tests it... was found that  radios and radar are affected  by unknown"~ radiations when  kept at high "altitudes for more  than a few hours.//  -C.P.R. Photo  :FREDW. "CYCLONE" TAYLOR, famous old-^ime hockey  player and at present immigration commissioner at Vancouver who hds been acting commissioner of eirifgration for  Canada in London, was among the passengers^rriving in  Montreal/ Noyi 6 on the Canadian Pacific Iiner^Empress of  Canada/ accompanied by his wife, left/ arid J^is daughter,  Miss Joan T<_yl6r. "Cyclone" was greatly. Interested to hear  of recent hockey developments. ..,���������,-..Y-.Mz��.  Tuesday, Nov. 4.���Jack Smid  shot a nice two-point buck today. Everyone got in on the  "kill," enjoying roasts, chops  and liver.  * *    *  Thursday, Nov. 6.���The P.P.C.  had duck dinner at Gladys and  Chuck Royals. 1 take back  everything I said Chuck, they  were delicious. How about some  more? We played cards after  and I did it again (59 cents this  time). I am sure proving that  old saying about cards and love  to be wrong,  'cause I'm  lucky  in both!  * *    *  Sam McBride left for Vancouver to have a check up following the recent operation on  his eyes.   Hurry back Sam.  * *    *  Mrs. J. Smid has gone to join  her daughter in Vancouver who  must undergo an operation.  Best wishes for a speedy recovery.  * *    *  Friday, Nov. 7.���Eldred and  Georgia Berry dropped in for  a visit in the evening. With  sugar rationing lifted, Georgia  and I had a real spree making  fudge.  * *    &  Saturday, Nov. 8.���Alice and  Ted Jackson were host and hostess for a whist drive held at  their home. Owing to the  woman shortage, Chuck Royal  obligingly played lady for the  evening and did a thorough job  of it by winning ladies' first  prize. Jeff Saul won men's first  and the booby prizes went to  Mary and Jim Johnston. A  swell evening, Alice and Ted,  let's have another one soon.  (P.S.���Pop Jackson was there  for  a while,  no  kibitzing,  just  coffee.)  * *    *  Sunday, "Nov. 9.���George is  working today so I decided I  would plant some bulbs (right  side up I hope. It started to  rain so just came in and must  start my venison for supper. See  you next week.  The Sanitary Bee  CLOSE study by naturalists  shows us that our bees are a  very sanitary lot. If a bee  should die in one of the hive  cells, he is instantly pushed out  by his former fellow workers  and then the dead atmosphere  in the cell is aired out by two  of the little creatures standing  at the doorway using their  wings as ventilators.  By DOROTHY GREENHILL  PENDER HARBOUR ��� The  bazaar at Irvine's Landing  November 8, and its results  were discussed at the monthly  meeting of the Women's Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital  when the ladies met at the hospital on November 14. The  combined efforts for the bazaar  netted a total of over $500  which will be spent on some  much needed equipment, and  comforts for the patients, and  will be reported on as soon as  the purchases have been completed.  The raffle, tickets for which  were bough by friends over a  wide area, and which helped  considerably to boost the total  amount, was drawn during the  afternoon, in the presence of a  large gathering, Miss Le Barr,  matron at the St. Mary's Hospital, being asked to draw the  lucky numbers. First prize went  to Neil McCloud ��� a pressure  Cooker. Second prize was won  by Ed Wray, and the third by  Terry Dubois.  A 15-lb. turkey, all dressed  and trimmed with parsley and  cellophane, was raffled on the  day of the bazaar in the hall,  and was won by Mr. Crush, who  generously gave it back to be  auctioned, the result of the  raffle and the auction on that  bird, brought the total of $36.90.  As all prizes and the turkey  were donated, our sincere  thanks "are tendered to all those  who gave such valuable gifts,  and also for the donations we  received from various other  sources.  There are many new residents  in the Harbour that we would  like to get acquainted with, and  we have elected a visiting committee to call on as many as  possible, with an invitation to  come along to some of our  meetings and "meet the ladies"  and see just what we are doing,  and we shall be delighted to  welcome them as members if  they wish to join in our activities. No sooner is the bazaar  over than we start preparing  for the next event. We have  just bought yards of pillow-  casing to make up, and would  appreciate any help with the  sewing.  Nominations for officers for  the coming year are being dealt  with, and elections will take  place at the next monthly  meeting, Friday, December 12.  Will all members please make  an effort to attend, as.npmina-  ^ibh^^iH^-tKiIy���-tie���accepted  from members present at the  meeting, and on the forms provided for voting by the committee in charge. It is your  duty, if you are a member, to  scast your vote for the officers  who will be responsible for conducting the activities of the  auxiliary for 1948. Make a note  of the date and come and vote.  We welcome as a member  Mrs. Brookes of the Harbour,  and hope she will enjoy many  happy hours with us.  Sechelt to Press  For Incorporation  By ARIES  SECHELT ��� Meetings of the  Sechelt Improvement Association are well worth while.  Everyone has a chance to say  something and new ' ideas are  forever welcome. There is a  nice friendly atmosphere and  we see old friends and meet  new ones so come along won't  you? Remember the second  Friday of every month. There  were 27 members present at the  last meeting, which is not bad  but not good enough. President  L. S. Jackson was absent and  vice-president W. A. Morrison  was in the chair.  Incorporation of the Sechelt  area was discussed at length,  and it was unanimously agreed  that the time had come to press  for incorporation. It was felt  that with local taxes, roads,  waterworks, and other public  services could.be improved. A  committee was appointed to go  into the matter, consisting of  Father Baxter, Mrs. Elliott, Mr.  Archer and Mr. Morrison.  Mr. J. Ellis, school principal,  spoke on his plans for the financing and erecting of a gymnasium on the school grounds *  and asked the support of the  association on ��� this project.  President Jackson and secretary  Parker were appointed to act  for the association. Dr. A. Inglis  spoke on the need of more  nursing facilities on the peninsula and intimated that a  V.O.N, nurse might soon be  available for Sechelt.  A letter from J Shirras, assistant commissioner of police,  was received, indicating that  the road between Pender Harbour and Hopkins Landing was  now considered a through highway and suitable warning sighs  would be erected as soon as  they are available.  The white man-eating shark  has been known to attain a  length of 30 feet.  0 9 YIHOIDIA  AHVtiSIT IVIOJUAOHa; 2 THE COAST NEWS���Sechelt, B. C, Friday, Nov. 2T, 1947  g___iB__Bi��____-____2aE___  IE-.ILLJUII1UJJ JHIIWIIimiWM-l-l-.t ..J-lilMLIIIIiJL-HIIK-  <_���_���__���_������_-_-  <Eh�� (Eoast Kexus  3 Lines (15 Words) for 35c 3 Insertion (same ad) 60c  Extra words, above 15-word min., 2c each.  Cash with order.  Notices, Engagements, Marriages, Deaths, etc., 75c Insertion  LITTLE ADS ... BIG RESULTS  -  ROBERTS CHEEK  MRS. MURRAY MACKENZIE  SECHELT  By ARIES  PERSONAL  SPECIAL    subscription    rates,  any magazine or periodical in  the   world.     Write   or   phone  Jack Mayne, Sechelt, B.C.       tf  WANTED  MEAT cutter for Pender Harbour Store. House available,  rent $15.00. Good salary with  excellent chance of advancement. Phone Faulkner, Pender 6J2.  tf  FOR SALE  SHIP BY Gulf Lines Express, to  or from Vancouver. Low rates.  Fast service.   Careful handling.  Specify Gulf Lines Express,    tf  KEYS TO ORDER���  All kinds of keys made to  order. Send sample you wish  duplicated. Muir's Hardware,  at Powell River (Westview) B.C.  FOR SALE~  "HERALD"   box   type   heater,  cast iron, $12.50. D. McLaren,  Roberts Creek, Lower Road. 20  PERSONAL  CARPENTER and cabinetmaker, saw filing, .kitchen  fitments, house and garden furniture. Estimates given. Call  or write, S. E. Turner, Davis  Bay, Wilson Creek. 19  WE  BUY AND SELL���  Rifles and shotguns bought  and sold also all kinds of used  goods, furniture, clothing, tools,  etc. Square Deal Store, West-  view, B.C.  WANTED  USED dragsaw in good condition, not too heavy.   Will pay  cash  if  price  reasonable.    W.  Leahy, Sechelt. 20  FOR SALE  KITCHEN    table    and    chairs.  Apply H. Sawyer, Sechelt.  11  FOR SALE  PURE bred Boston Bull puppies, six weeks old, two iriales  and three females, $30.00 each.  Bert Dads well, Gower Point  Road, Gibsons, B.C. 11  ' FOR SALE  16-FOOT boat with cabin, 5  horsepower Briggs - Stratton  air-cooled motor. All in good  condition, $550.00. Apply Coast  News, Sechelt, B.C. 11  Men, Women Over 40  Fee! Weak-Worn, Old?  Want Noimal Pep, Vim, Vitality ?  Does weak, rundown, exhausted condition _d__c��  you feel -weed out, old? Try Ostrax. Contain,  nneral tonic*, rtlmulent.. often needed attar ��0 or  40. Supplito iron, ctldum. phosphorus, vttsntia  Si. Helps you set normal pep. vfin, vitality. Oet  atrer Tonic Tablets. Two economical dses. 5_#  Bale at all Riod drus .-tores everywhere.  Cuba's pineapple industry is  fighting to keep its wartime-  gained markets.  MURDOCK  Marine Supply  ��� Groceries  ��� Fresh Meats and  Vegetables  ��� Hardware  ��� Shell Oil  ��� Fish Camp  Pender Harbour  J  I  SELMA PARK  General Store  and  Post Office  Groceries, Hardware  Softdrinks, Magazines  Fresh Fruits and Vegetables  FRED WILLOWS  Proprietor .  Doris' Beauty Bar  Opposite  Howe Sound  Trading  Gibsons Landing  Complete line of . . .  BEAUTY SERVICES  Doris Bedwell,  Operator  Peninsula Headquarters  ��� Range Boilers  ��� Plumbing Supplies  ��� Gurney Ranges  "Serving the Peninsula'  Supplies are available for  all your plumbing needs..  Contact us now in readiness  for winter.  Marshall Bros.  Gibsons Landing  Phone Gibson 3K  SPENDING a few days in town  are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edlund. During their absence  their daughters, Bonnie and  Sharleen are guests of Mrs.  Ruth Mitchell. Also a guest of  Mrs. Mitchell is Carol Forst in  her mother's absence.  * *    *  Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Fleming,  and Mr. L. McDonald, spent a  few days at the Creek with the  Murray MacKenzies.  * *    *  Mrs. Gwen Ripley, R.N. spent  the week-end at the home of  Mrs. M. Newman visiting with  her little daughter Kitty.  * *    *  Back at Roberts Creek after  an absence of about three years  is Mr. -George Rabochenko  (Ruby). He is the guest of Mrs.  B. Brothen. Bill Coughlin is  . also back at the Creek.  * *    *  Mrs. A. Daly and Miss Sheila  Klein have both been on the  "sick list but are almost back to  normal again.  * *    *,  The Roberts  Creek badminton club have switched to Wednesday instead of Friday eve-  . nings.  * *    *  The Charlie Bourns entertained informally on Saturday  night. Guests were Mrs. M.  Newman, Mrs. Gwen Ripley,  R.N., Mrs. Carola Forst, Mr. L.  MacDonald, Mr. B. Coughlin,  Mr. Fred Utting, Mr. and Mrs.  D. MacFarlane and Mr. and Mrs.  Murray MacKenzie.  The Roberts Creek string  group mam��<ed-;iheir first anniversary, vKgfr 1% by cutting a  cake. The cake was very impressive,being beautifully decorated with a violin and musical  notes and of course one candle.  It was made by Mrs. G.  Reeves.  Members bf this group are  Miss Jerry Jarvis, Mrs. G.  Reeves, Mr. C. Maywood and  Mr. A. Weal. Under the cap--  able leadership of Miss Margaret Mclntyre the group is  steadily growing and would  like to take in new members.  So if you play any stringed instrument���how about it? Orchestral experience, or should  I say lack of it, need not hold  you back as only two members  of the original group had ever  played with an orchestra.  * *    *  Miss Marchant, from Sechelt,  gave an interesting talk on the  merits of Pro Rec in a community at the P.T.A. meeting  held on Nov. 17 at Kewpie  Kamp. Miss Marchant kindly  offered to take the position of  instmctpivat the Creek to give  our children the advantage of  her knowledge of Pro Rec. It  has been decided to vait till  has been decided to wait till  . The new P.T.A. president,  Mrs. J. Kirkland, is to be con-r  gratulated on so ably handling  her first meeting.  BULLDOZER  FOR HIRE  Land Clearing  Basements Excavated  Roads Built, Etc.  Albert Danroth  Roberts Creek  Should You Have  and mailed This Card?  IF you ar�� entitled to repayment of the Refundable Savings  Portion of your 1942 Income Tax, __!ND���  I Jc  you live at a different address, or have changed your name due to  marriage or other reasons since filing your 1942 IncomeTax return,  YOU SHOULD COMPLETE THIS CARD  If you have not yet done so please act now.. ���  AH cards should be in the Department hy, Noy, 30th  Remember! There are complete details of what to do on the cards  delivered to each household in Canada during recent weeks. If, for  any reason, you did not get your card or an insufficient supply-was  left at your address, go to your nearest district Income Tax office or  your local Post Office, where cards are available.  If you have a change of name or address to report do it now.  It will assist in the proper delivery of your cheque!  Taxation Division  Ofctawa  Hon. James'J. MoCazua  " MinUtmrqf National Jteoenwa  WITH reference to the recent  correction by Mrs. Nickson  on this column. It was not my  intention to write up the  pioneer days of the school. I  had merely made note of the  difference in the schooling during my- time and Miss Tidy was  the teacher here when I first  came. Had I intended to write  an article on the early school  district, I naturally would have  called upon some of these  pioneers for the correct information  The reason for this omission  is that at the panel discussion  to take place at the next P.T.A.  meeting this will be one of the  important items on the agenda,  the old days and the new, and  I understand that Mrs, Nickson  will be invited to this meeting  so it will be nice to see a good  turnout of all the oldtimers and  also the newcomers. All interested in the school and the education problems of our children  should attend these meetings,  so don't forget we will have  Mrs. Jackson, Mr. Marsden,  Mrs. Burns, Mr., Funnell and  Mr. Ritchie, and ' possibly Mr.  Trumen and Mr. Elliott. There  will be discussion of construction of new schools in this district. So we would like to see  as many of the pioneers as possible and of course we also hope  to hear Mr. Ellis's pet project,  the school gym. So it was unintentional on my part to leave  out the first teacher. I. am  leaving that for this important  meeting. The errors in spelling  the nsmes Morse and Molberg  are the printers and not mine.  *���������**  Well, Major Hoople has given  the men around here a whale  of an idea what to do with that  extra hair we see curling on  their shoulders these days. He  wove it into horse collars in  his spare time. What about  plaiting it into rugs you fellows? No fooling, I have been  watching a young man at work  recently with a red bandana on  his head with the loveliest long  curly hair any girl would be  proud to own. At first I thought  it was a girl but when I saw it  wrestling a six-foot log I found  out I was mistaken. After all  we have a perfectly good barber here in Graham Collison  who has served his country  faithfully and well for 5% years  overseas and has his little business started on the Porpoise  Bay road and he tells me he has  been forced to take odd jobs to  help himself along.  .*   .*    *  We understand that Miss Beatrice Marchant has been invited  as guest speaker at the next  P.T.A. meeting at . Roberts  Creek. This willr b�� ui-fionnecr;.  tion with the formation" of Pro  Rec in that community.  *    *    ��  We are looking forward to  the Christmas concert to be  given by the Sechelt School  children in Sechelt pavilion on  December  18.  , *    *    ��  Have just heard that Mrs.  Francis Billy, one, of our well  respected Indian residents, died  this morning. Mrs. Billy had  been ill for some time and will  be -sadly, missed in the village.  She leaves her husband, Francis, Moses and Mary Ann, and  six grandchildren/ Mrs. Abe  Jeffries is a step daughter and  has six children to mourn the  loss of Mrs. Billy, f  ���   ���*���   ���-.*.-..;*.������   ���  There was a little life once  more in Sechelt /last Saturday  when a record crowd danced to  the music of Virgil y Lane and  his orchestra, y cHere's hoping  that they cdirtey^ain. Everyone I spoke to had a wonderful  time.  Saw mention 'on the dog  story in our local show. It  gained notoriety in Maclean's  magazine. Goes to show what  a little publicity^forill do. Sorry  that there was ho mention of  Woofie Crucil. He enjoys the  pictures more than any dog  there and barks loudest and  longest at the end. He simply  hates to go home. Saw him today reading the current poster.  It's a singing picture so Woofie  says he might be there but he  thinks he's seen it before.   All  LAIRD'S  General Store  at the Wharf  Halfmoon Bay  GROCERIES. MEATS,  FRUITS. VEGETABLES  1  .     FULL LINE OF  HOME OIL PRODUCTS  WHEN AT THE DOCK  REPLENISH YOUR STOCK  Agents for  B.C. AIRLINES  Make applications for  charter service  the dogs sympathize with my  Winkie as he is not allowed to  go. After all, as they say,- it's  free for dogs.  * *    *  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sawyer  moved today to their new home  on the waterfront at West  Sechelt.  * *    *  Lots of activity on the back  road these days where the bulldozer is tearing up trees, putting a lane through the new  sub-division. Blasting is going  on. (Saw Editor Pearson dodging rocks as I did too.) Gone  are the leisurely days of land  clearing when we used to tie a  string around the nice trees that  'friend husband cut down at his  peril.  * *    *  The William Morrisons with  Barbara and Val have moved  into Dogwood cottage on the  Rockwood estate and the Gibson's Ern and Georgia have  moved into the Lodge. Just a  change of houses. Mr. Morrison  is away attending the Liberal  party executive meeting pf  Vancouver North federal riding.  * *    *  Looking forward to having  the Graham Collisoh's as neighbors. They will be moving  into the house recently vacated  by the Sawyers.  *.  *    *  Onie again Remembrance  Day has passed. We had a  splendid attendance of old veterans and new. The march past  was very well organized, although I could have wished for  some of the old boys at the head  of the column. Those young  fellows are hard to keep up to  but aren't they smart? It is so  nice to think that the old and  new can have such comradeship, but I am hoping for the  time v/hen our new veterans  will have a more active interest  in Legion affairs.  The service was well conducted with addresses by Rev.  Father Baxter, Pastor Elliott,  President Brookman and Mrs.  W. K. Berry. Mrs. Gladys Pat-  erson Thomson sang "The Prayer Perfect," accompanied by  Mrs. Morrison, and Mr. Roberts  sang "The. Trumpeter," accompanied by Mrs. T. Turner.  In the evening the veterans  were entertained by the W.A.  and a good time was had by all  attending, with a skit by Comrades Turner and Roberts being  much enjoyed. Mrs. Thomson  sang again for the boys and  will, I am sure,'have lots to tell  Hugh Parry, Quebec Dominion  president when she gets back  there. Staff Sgt. Thomson, her  husband, was a prisoner of the  Jags for five years and is;'�����'  member oT^Juebec Legion and  a personal friend of Parry's;  Don't Waste Precious Hours  in Slow Travel/  Safe Economical Seaplanes ��� Experienced Pilots  Air Express���-Charter��� Sightseeing  Timhercruising  TRY US ON THAT NEXT TRIP TO TOWN  For Rates and Information call  _&ss@dated Mt Taxi Limlfei  or contact our local agents  Pearson and Sawyer; Sechelt  (Phone Sechelt 4-C or 9-C-4  P. G. McPherson, Gibsons  Phone Gibsons 2-A  For All The News ... Read The "News?'  ii  liiiwiinin  IIWII!BII!IH!IIIUIinilin��l!ll��IH  UNION    STEAMSHIPS    LTD.J  Gulf Coast and Gibsons  Schedule Effective Nov. 1  Vancouver��-Pender Harbour Service  HOST-EDO VXCD  ��v. Union     Ax.VnO.tr  sovTXBOvmp  Monday ..  Tuaaday ..  Tuesday ..  Wednesday  Thursday .  T&nx-dsor .  Friday ...  Saturday .  Sunday  ...  t Passengers only.  Pier, Tan.  +3:30 ajn.  *10:00 a.m.  f 9:30 a.m.  *10KM a^n.  flfOO pjn.  _Xbr.  1:30 pin.  1:30 p.ni,  5:30 p^sn.  Iv. Fender  HTbr.  9:30 ajn.  11:45 ajn:  8:30 a.m.  1:15 pjn.  * Freight via way ports.  Ar.  Taneouver  2:00 p.m-  4:30 p.m.  2:30 p.m.  6:15 p.m.  Vancouver���Sechelt Service  Ko&day  Tuesday ...  Tuesday ...  Wednesday  Thursday ..  Thursday ..  Friday ....  Saturday ..  Sunday  ....  t Passengers  KTOBTKBOUND  XiV. Yfnion Ar.  Pier. Van. Saobelt  f9:S0 a.m.  *10:00 ajn.  11:45 a.sn.  1:00 p.m.  +9:30 ajn. 11:45 ajn.  *lO:00 a.m. - 1:00 pjn.  6:00 pjn. 9:00 p.m.  +1:00 p.m. 3:45 pjn.  only.    * Passengers and  SOUTH-BOUND  I.V. Ar.  Sechelt       Vancouver  11:45 a.m.      2:00 p.xn.  1:45 p.m.      4:30 p.m.  11:30 a.m.      2:30 pjn.  3:30 p.m.      6:15 p.m.  freight via way ports.  Vancouver���Gibsons Service  " J��v. van. Lt. Oib.  Monday 8:00 ajn.  Monday 5:00 p.m. 8:00 pjn.  Tuesday 9:00 ajn. 4:45 pjn.  Wadt 9:00 ajn. 4:45 pjn.  Thursday 9:00 ajn. 5:00 pjn.  Friday  Friday 7:00 pjn.  Saturday 2:00 p.m.  Sunday 9:30 a.m.  X,r. Van.   __t. Oib.  9:00 aum.   3:45p.m.  4:30 pjn.  /  UNION PIER  Foot of Carrall St.  yy,/'  PAC.   Mil   _..'";_'.  CITY OFFICE  733_ Granvilfc St.���������  y\:.\   MJ-i> M38  illll:!IIIKIi_i^K!:WI!B!B.I!Bl!!in^!!  4.500.000 MEMRERS  Could Re Wrong-Rut Not IJk����ly  This figure covers the number of members in  Credit Unions in Canada and the United States in  Approximately 12,000 Credit Unions  WHAT DOES A CREDIT UNION DO FOR YOU?  Listen to what twelve members of one Credit Union    "  soy their Credit  Union  did  for them  lost year-^  Provided a splendid vacation for myself and my family;  Financed my new car;  Gave me a 4% dividend to start the year;  Insured every cent of my debts so that if I die my widow'will  owe nothing^  Helped me to save over $100.00;  Helped me to buy a home;  Provided payment for hospital and doctor for my little girl;  Set me up in business;  Enabled me to pay my taxes on time;  Aided my boy to save $25.00 for a bicycle;  Paid off old accumulated bills and set me on my feet again;  Caused me to become acquainted with dozens of other folks who  are wage earners, savers, family men just like myself.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE  THE INSPECTOR OF CREDIT UNIONS  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C.  B. C. CREDIT UNION LEAGUE  310 Dominion Building, Vancouver, B. C.  UNIVERSITY OP BRITISH COLUMBIA  Economics Deportment, Vancouver, B.C.  124.  _ss_s___  i1*-_W GIBSONS  LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE���COAST NEWS  Fire and Casualty Insurance  Business and Persona! Printing  Office Equipment and Supplies  Typewriter Sales and Rentals  For All The News ... Read The "News"  "Prompt Attention to Mail Orders!"  -V RESTMORE FURNITURE:   Beds, Springs, Mattresses  it GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES:  Radios,  Refrigerators and Washing Machines  * FURNITURE:   Occasional Tables,  Cedar Chests, Lamps, Etc.  DOR AN S FURNITURE  WESTVIEW, B.C. ��� Phone 230  NOTICE-BEWARE OF BOTTLES!  We tossed a bottle into the bay from the shop at 9 p.m.  July 20th, 1947, containing a $1.00 credit note. It was  turned in on October 18th by David Lloyd who brought  his daddy's boat in for a small welding job. Another one  will be set adrift Hallowe'en night with a $5.00 credit note.  Keep Your Eyes Peeled���Turn It In  Haddock and Stephens Engineering  PENDER HARBOUR, B.C.  Say You Saw It In The"NewsT  Bring Your Repair Jobs to lis!  Boot Tanks, Warm Air Heating Furnaces Repaired  Range and Heater Repairs  CHICKEN FARM EQUIPMENT  GUTTERS AND DOWNPIPE  AIR CONDITIONING  Sheet Metal  Works  LAURIE SPECK  GIBSONS  BUY A HOME SITE LOT  in the Rapidly Growing Village of  Sechelt now, while you have a choice  Priced from $325.00 to $425,00  Deposits ar;ep^bw/J5eing received?oh lots frrthe~new  Union Steqrriship^. Ltd. /.subdivision located conveniently close to light, power, water and telephone  service as well as to post office, stores and wharves.  CONSOLIDATED BROKERS LTD.  942 West Pender Street    /4-  Vancouver, B.C. PA. 3348  or :~"  E. W. PARR PEARSON  Gulf Coast Manager, Sechelt,  Phone Sechelt, 4-C  ���A.-'"  FLUID  IOR CKRMIN  24 DAYS'SUPPtY $1.19  TtDAYS'SUmY tA��  144 PAYT Wmt  ^ LANG'S  HIM <^S  GIBSONS, B.C.  Prescription Specialist  SICK ROOM  SUPPLIES  IF SICKNESS STRIKES . . . BE PREPARED  THERMOMETERS _____--------._.---^  HOT WATER BOTTLES _______________���:- 1.25 to 3.00  BED PANS ~-~ 4.50  ENEMA OUTFITS 60c to 1.75  LYSOI 35c, 65c, 1.25  GAUZE __1 25c# 95c  ELECTRIC WARMING PADS 8.75,-8.95  A new shipment of unusual smart CHRISTMAS  CARDS have just arrived.  THERMOGENE  49c, 98c #"WMEjl  BACK PLASTER  50c _  _  ypur Rcxtll PiurnMciit Ic.tp* _it felttt  of doctors ind pttienu ��tik* by Riling  m h    PjtserlpUoiu toitly with in$rectl��n_i  ^ "of maximum therapeutic tUtnfth ��nd  purity. Wh��n iletcnm .tribes..  �����w  your phyiicUn writes �� pr*j��rfp.Io-  -. _-.��.. ���   t?,r-Y<>��. HAVE IT FILLED BY YOUR  Pre-Christmas   I ffiSSte?��*-   ~  your ptiyilclin, h* it ��    /"��__  . _ _      pcoltiilOMl mt*. yt.n    /     "**  f���4}W*inn��>V ' m     ��� "l"K itudy �����_    I .   _,  M\iVHt>t/IS'\M/%ff  e flf      csptilcncc ht-t avail.   fc��v ������___. *LJ  b*. wm 4o fulfill ��,, jw YSs *<��.  Gifts this year will be��   :Qftjjw IJ^ .. J  more   beautiful   and ^t^^BS^S^bt-     vT" ^d��h  more useful  ��� make 4pij[(  LANG'S DRUG STORE          , ,_^_ .  your Christmas Gift      PR^SCRIP\\ 0$��  Headquarters #***%&?&&������&  ysTot^e   By NETTIE HAMTLTON  HELLO    folks,   another   week -  near   Christmas   and nothin*  done for it yet.  *    *    *  First my apologies to the  Ladies' Aid. I forgot to mention them when I wrote up for  the Hallowe'en party put on by  the Beach 'dub, Ladies' Auxiliary and the Ladies' Aid, so hope  there is no hard feelings but it  was an oversight on my part.  At last the big event is here.  The Settles have a son; born  Nov. 15. Marion and Faye, the  13-year-old twins are very  happy and so is everyone else,  so congratulations Norman and  Sue.  * *    *  , The Ladies' Aid bazaar is over  and what a lot of beautiful  things there was there, lovely  raffles (I tried them all but  won nothing). My daughter  couldn't understand why she  didn't win that beautiful doll.  There was a big turnout. They  had a lovely tea, plus sandwiches and hot dogs and punch.  So I hope they made out very  well. Now I'm looking forward to going to the Townsite  bazaar, November 29.  * *    *  Mrs. John McDonald had a  birthday party for her year-old  son Le Roy. There were eight  children present, and they made  away with lots of ice cream,  Jello, candy and hats, so happy  birthday, Le Roy, and any one  who has a November birthday.  *-   *    * ���.  Hello Kitty and Chuck at  Sandbn and also Ivy and Crichton at Trail.  .?-���-��� ������* ���-��������*������ ���  Dot Noble and Agnes McDonald have been in Seattle since  last Wednesday, and arrived  home   last   night.     They, flew  over.  * *    *  Our deepest sympathy goes to  Alvin Granlund who lost his  friend and partner George Austin of Anvil Island, aged 71.  ���.***."  Sorry to report Mrs. Wm.  Adamson is in the Vancouver  General Hospital and had an  emergency operation on Saturday,   November   15.     I  have  no report on how she is yet.  '.*..*������   *  Well folks, I guess I'll say  cheerio for another week. I'll  say so long to Squamish, Town-  site and the Beach.  ������.��� ������������ . ���  P.S. .Last-minute scoop: The  Harry Hemmings have a daughter, so congratulations and how,  with three sons in the family,  maybe daughter will be spoilt,  but we're all so pleased. So  good,; luck ;Elsie. _   y.  BOWEN ISLAND  By   PEARL   PUNNETT  MRS, N. Bouts has closed her  house for the winter and gone  to stay with her son and family  at West Vancouver.  .    ��� *    *    *  Mr. W. P. Smith is spending  a.  week's   vacation   with   his  grandson at Esquimau.  *     '    *    *    *  yMr. and Mrs. James McKirdy  have just returned from a trip  to the Old Country. They  visited friends and relations^ all  the way from Scotland to London. Had a wonderful time.  Also visited New York, Toronto  on the way back.  *    *    *  Miss Molly McKirdy was up  for the week-end  to welcome  her parents home.  *.   *    *  Mr." and Mrs. Clifford Martin  and little son Douglas, have  been visiting in Victoria on a  ten day's vocation. They returned home this week.  Selma Park  Hairdressing Shop  *  A Complete  Hairdressing  Service  ���  DOLLY  JONAS  Phone for Appointments  Hassans*  GENERAL  Store  PENDER HARBOR  Groceries ��� Meats  Drygoods ~ Drugs  Hardware  V   ���������'���'  Fishing Tackle  Independent Fish  Buyers  ''"������*���"������ :      <  Ship Chandlers  '������'*.-.  Home Oil Products  y at    y  HASSANS' WHARVES  By MRS. S. McGILL  A BABY boy was born to Mr.  and Mrs. L. Wood, October 15.  *    *    *  The annual Hallowe'en party  was held in the Community  Hall, October 31. The judges  were Mrs. M. Watkins, Mrs. R.  Beer and Mrs. M. Swan and  they had rather a difficult time  judging as the costumes were  wonderful. Prizes for preschool children went to Penny  Davis, Freddie Torvalson, Roberta Holloway, Marlene  Brownhill and Donny Thompson. In Miss Frieson's room  prizes went to Betty James,  Gary Brownhill, Don Aldis, Mae  Murray and Bobbie Kennough.  In Mrs. Wiren's room they went  to Pat- Peterson. Pearl Kane,  Georgie Hostland and Brian  D'Auost. In Mrs. Healy's room  the winners were Verna Bursey, Shirley Arrowsmith, Frank  Howes and Maurice Hostland.  Hallowe'en treats were given  out and  a good time  was had  by all.  * *    #  The Legion held a masquerade on November 1 and a good  time was had by all present.  * *    *  Mrs. Faulkes has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. Davis,  for the past week.  * *    *  Tag   day   for  the   blind   was  THE COAST NEWS���Sechelt, B. C, Friday, Nov. 21, 1947 3  held on October 18 and the  sum of $50 was collected. Our  thanks to the school children  for   their   efforts   toward   this  good cause.  *    *    *  Mr. G. Morrison, our chief  engineer, and Mrs. Morrison  are the proud grandparents of  a son born to Mr. and Mrs. A.  Mulligan of Woodfibre on No  vember 4.  * *    *  Mr. John. C. W. Evans, our  technical control superintendent whose marriage took place  recently has brought his bride  here to reside. Congratulations.  * *    *  The Canadian Legion held  its annual Remembrance Day  smoker on November 8.  The J. R. Watkins Company has an opening for a  successful man in the Sechelt Peninsula District.  Established route with  many customers. For full  particulars apply to the���  J. R. Watkins Co.  1010 Alberni St.  Vancouver, B.C.  WILLIAMS  CONSTRUCTION  CO.  CONTRACTORS  Glen. 0463F Phone Mar. 3439  BULLDOZING, ROAD CONSTRUCTION, LAND  CLEARING, EXCAVATING, ETC.  Large Machines.   HD10 at Sechelt���HD14C at Gibsons  SEE ED BAMFORD  Clay Chamberlin's  GIBSONS, B. C.  WE ARE AGENTS FOR ALL BUILDING ANO PLUMBING SUPPLIES IN STOCK  FOR IMMEDIATE  DELIVERY  Elk Brand or Belgium  Cement  INSUL   BOARD  CANEC  BOARD  KENMORE BOARD  BEAVER BOARD  Sy Ivor or Besfolite BOARD  Builders' Processed and Hydrated  LIME, SLACK LIME, ETC.  FLUE   LININGS - All Sizes  Cement - Red or Fireplace Bricks  Building Paper, Roofing, Sheathing  and Shingles  Vabor Wall and Sheathing  Insulated Papers  Coal Tar, Creosote, Elasticizing and  Roof ing Cements  DUO-THERM  Special  Visit Our  GIBSONS LANDING  Furniture and China Section  Also the MEN'S FURNISHING   DEPT.  We Have for Immediate Delivery  a full line of  Plumbing and Fittings  You Are As Near As Your Phone!  WE   DELIVER  Hardware  PHONE GIBSONS, 2U2  -^���rrrMV'  LIKE POLAND'S  ARE STILL  UNHEALED  The people of Poland are making valiant efforts to  recover from their war wounds.  But food, materials, farm animals, clothing, medical supplies are pitifully inadequate . . . especially  the nourishing foods needed by more than 3,000,000  children, over half of them orphans.  These innocent war victims are in desperate need of  help from more fortunate people like Canadians.  That is why YOU are being asked to help in furnishing $1,500,000 for this IMMEDIATE purpose.  All money will be spent in Canada for relief supplies, to be distributed in Poland under the supervision of Canadian citizens or under such other  safeguards as will ensure their reaching only those  in need.  Won't YOU help in this compassionate task?  Send   your   contribution   TODAY   to   United   Polish  Relief Fund of Canada, B.C. Headquarters,  445 Granville Street, Vancouver,  or to The Bank of Montreal, Powell River,  and an official receipt will be issued to you.  8-47  UNITED POLISH RELIEF FUND  OF CANADA 4 THE COAST NEWS���Sechelt, B.C., Friday, Nov. 21, 1947    Letter to the  Editor  r  I  JOHN   ORR  Roberts Creek  Interior  Painting"  Renovating  Free Estimates  FOOD PARCELS  LONDON, Eng.���The new low  rates for air shipment of food  parcels from Canada were hailed enthusiastically here. One  metropolitan daily paper greeted the announcement with the  headline "Turkeys by Airplane," and another "Butter  Now iri Gift Parcels." From  October 20, when the new service became effective, until the  end of the month, Trans-Canada Airlines carried 600 parcels with a total weight" of close  to 5,000 pounds.  Japan is selling bicycles to  the Netherlands Indies, formerly supplied by Britain.  The Philippines is the largest  buyer of Chinese-made wash  basins this year.  ; ���t*"**'  Spend the Winter at  Wakefield Inn  All the comforts of home  .  . . even food across the  street.  Hill's Machine  Shop  Gibsons Landing  Marine and Automotive  Repairs  Precision  Machinists  Arc and Acetylene Welding  Oil Burners Installed  and Repaired  W  ^mm^&^^^^^^mm^^^mmmi^M^mm^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  1  u  'Hi  m  i  St. Hilda's Guild  Christmas Bazaar  and Tea  f Sechelt Inn  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25   .     Jj  Gifts and Home Cooking |  I  THIS WEEK'S MOVIES  To Be Presented by Pacific Motion Pictures  Merle Oberon, George Brent, Paul Lukas in  "TEMPTATION"  plus News, Serial, Short  JRVINES LANDING���Tuesday, Nov. 18  HALFMOON BAY���Wednesday, Nov. 19  SECHELT���Thursday, Nov. 20  Roberts Creek night to be announced on posters.  Gordon West, Operator  1  I  ���  NOTICE  Delivery charges on lumber orders from this date  on, and until conditions .warrantotherwise, will be  charged on a basis of $4.00 per hour, loading time  included. Minimum of any one delivery or trip,  $1.50 .     ���    . - ���  BURNS AND JACKSON LOGGING CO. LTD.  Sawmill Office  Larry Townley, Mgr.  ���  The P. M.  Makes Money  (Left  Over From Last  Week)  Coast News.  Dear Editor,���I wish to thank  "Shorty" Mc-Beer of McNaugh-  ton Point for his brief summary  of our mutual friend "Jock Mc-  Goon."  I must say I was greatly interested, if not somewhat displeased, in the birth and origination of our "Mutual Friend."  However I cannot hold against  him his place of birth, or the  fact that he even exists in this  troubled world, but why in the  name of all that's righteous  does he have to let vent off his  feelings on "Fish." These poor  little creatures of the "Seas"  who have never done harm to  anyone, yet whorii everyone  seems to gang up on during  certain seasons of the year.  Whether in creeks, lakes or in  the seas, people travel from  near and far just to try and play  havoc with, and make up stories  about (which no one believes)  these dwellers of the subterranean world. Now "Shorty"  I do believe there is something  (Fishy) about this life history  of our friend "Jack McGoon."  Also why blame the "Stork."  The Stork is one "bird" in this  world I really feel sorry for, he  is wrongly interpreted all over  this messy hemisphere, shoved  around from pillar to post (leading a dog's life) by all nationalities aging from "fifteen to  fifty." There are too many  people who have to blame  someone or something for any  errors that are committed  whether they are to blame or  not, and so the poor old Stork  is made the "Scape-Goat."  I sincerely believe, "Shorty,"  that you and Jack should turn  to your pen and ink more often  to let vent -with all your so-  called "Hot .Air," instead of  letting it go around our most  worthy "logging industry,"  then maybe our dear Editor will  let us have a column (or part  of one) in which you two can  roam around in your literary  daze and dreams, while I enlighten the reading public as  to what nonsense your pens are  trying to unfold.  I really look forward to your  nonsense every week and take  great pleasure in answering  you, so if you, Dear Lovable  and Gracious Editor (I bet no  one has called you that in  years) will bear with us, we,  I hope, will continue until  everyone has become so disgusted they cease buying your  paper..  Spike Malone, Sechelt.  Dr. Hans Bomka, German  scientist, declares he believes  Russia has "tons of atom  bombs."  Steele's Radio  and Electric  Phone Sechelt 9k  Guaranteed Servicing  on all makes of radios  and appliances.  SEND BY BUS  Prepare Your  Radio  for the longer evenings.  Have it checked NOW!  W. 6. Fortt  ROBERTS CREEK '  ERIC INGLIS  GENERAL  TRUCKING  and FUEL  Gibson's Landing  Many winter forest-workers are farmers during the summer  . . . and these men have found the P.M. "One Man" Power  Chain Saw to be a year-*round money-maker . . . felling,  bucking and limbing in the woods . . .cutting cordwood,  fence posts, construction timbers on the farm.  It Costs Nothing to Investigate  the money-making possibilities of  PM.  m  'ne man  POWER CHAIN SAW  Wm. McFadden  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Office Hours:  9:00 o.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Every day except Thursday  Sold Exclusively in this Area by:  MUIR'S HARDWARE  Westview, B. C.  CONTACT THE ABOVE DEALER OR MAIL THIS COUPON  .*���*���_����_--���������������--���������-������-�����������������������������������������������������"*���*������*������'*'  !��-���*������������������������-���������*��4-|������������-������������*_���.���������������#��a��*aii.aw.��ti  P_M. Products ��� Please send me full particulars about  (1947) Ltd. Dept. 22H    ihe^M. One-Man Power Chain Saw. I  934 E. Hastings St-        NAMEL^~~~ ~ ��� j  Vancouver, B. C. ADDRESS ____ ��� _ .;  Collison's  BarberShop  SECHELT      .<  NEW HOURS  Tuesdays,  Fridays,  Saturday  1:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  Mondays. Wednesdays,  Thursdays  9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  TAXI  REAL ESTATE  HARRY SAWYER  TAXI SERVICE  Phone Pearson-jSawyer Office  Sechelt 4-c (2L)  or Residence is 1L-3S  Specialist in Coast Property  Consolidated Brokers Ltd.  E. W. Parr Pearson  Gulf Coast Mgr., Sechelt  SHOE REPAIRS  INSURANCE  SHOES  RENEWED  Eric Kriutson  Sechielt  Parr Pearson Agencies  General Insurance  Phone Pearson-Sawyer Office  Sechelt 4-c (2-L)  TRANSFER-TRUCKERS  TAXI  JACK'S TRANSFER  Light and Heavy Hauling  WILSON CREEK  Phone Sechelt 15-U  JACK'S TAXI  24 Hour Service  WILSON CREEK and  SELMA PARK  Phone Sechelt 15-U  GIBSONS  By E. BUsliFIELD  _��.  THE many friends of Mrs. R.  Telford are sorry to hear of  her illness iri Vancouver, where  she has had a serious eye operation. Sincere Hopes are expressed for a speedy recovery.  * * -% *  Capt. and. Mrs* J. Metcalfe  spent a month this fall, travelling by car to the south. They  visited Arizona, t and many  cities in California. They  were accompanied, by Mrs. Metcalfe's two nieces- of Vancouver.  Mrs. R. Mainwaring of Gower  Point, is on a six weeks' visit  to relatives and friends in San  Francisco and other California  cities.  .'*    *   '*  Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Marsden  of the Headlands,' are visiting  members of their family in  Vancouver for a week  or ten  days.  * *    *  Miss Gertrude Thorpe of Vancouver spent two weeks with  her father, Rev. H. P. Thorpe,  on her return from a months'  trip to their oldy home city,  Ottawa. Miss Thoirpe took the  trip by plane. She-reported the  capital city as very' beautiful in  the autumn season.  * *    *  Mrs. Elmer Ford'travelled, by  plane from Biggar, Sask., to  visit her mother, Mrs. S.Benn,  for a week to mark the occasion  of her mother's 80th birthday  on November 5. Another  daughter, Mrs. Arthur Davies,  also of Biggar, was present, and  Mrs. Percy Benn, a daughter-  in-law, of Vancouver. Several  friends called in the afternoon  of the day to express their  good wishes to Mrs. Benn on  reaching this milestone in a  long, useful, and still active  life, many years pf which she  has given of her best -to this  community; May she be^ spared  many more years with us.  * ���; *     ���  The Monday 8 aim. boat from  here was filled with passengers  for Vancouver. It was noted  with surprise the large number of people down shopping,  etc., on this, the last day of the  strike.  The Port Mellon Canadian"  Legion held a Remembrance  Day service on Sunday afternoon, November 9. Rev. F.  Bushfield of Gibsons was in  charge of the service, which:  was well attended. A beautiful  duet "When we come to- the  end of the road," was sung by  Mrs, Howes and Mrs* Bursey.  Mrs. Howes was the pianist for  the service.  SECHELT WEST  By EARLE GRAY  NEWEST addition to the list of  new buildings arising here is  a house being constructed beside Mr. Wood's property. Mr.  and Mrs. J. Granger are the  owners. Mrs. Granger is Mr.  Wood's sister. Mr. Granger is  chief engineer on a coast-wise  tug.  * *    *  Muriel Genower, Mrs. Jean  Tucker and Miss Pat Berry  were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.  W. Berry for .the weekend.  .*.**���  Mrs. A. Mills is back at West  Sechelt after quite a long stay  at Vancouver. While in Vancouver Mrs. Mills visited Mrs.  W. Thomson, another oldtimer  of West Sechelt. Although 92  years of age Mrs. Thomson is  still quite active and inquiring  about news of Sechelt.  * *    *  At the Sechelt Improvement  meeting of November 14 a petition asking for a rural route  mail delivery at West Sechelt  was brought forward. The  petition was signed by over 100  residents of West Sechelt. This  is not the first time the residents of West Sechelt have asked for a delivery-system here..  Hbwever because of rapid  growth in the last couple of  years we stand more chance  this time. Whether we get the  mail delivery system is. now in  the hands of Ottawa.  utual Leader  Hbn'bure'  d  Pulp Maker  WE LEARN that the humble  wasp was the first wood pulp  maker and it was from him that  man learned to make pulp from  this source. The wasp uses  this material in building his  nest.  BUY MEATS  with  CONFIDENCE  Compare our prices with  the city. We are 5 to 10%  lower. It pays to shop for  your meats at . . .  H. KENNETT  BUTCHER  Next to Bank of Montreal  Gibsons Landing  RICHARD SEPHTON  The Mutual Life of Canada has released its Honours  List, recognizing Mr.y Richard Sephtori for outstanding  service to his community in  the Club Year recently closed.  He has again qualified for  membership in the: Com-,  pany's senior production  group, the .Quarter Million  Club. Mr. Sephton had the  distinction of being the third  highest producer in the Company, and is a member of the  Executive Committee of the /  Club. :     ., ,/  Qualification   f o r   C I u b/  membership requires not onl<!    ^  thie writing of a large volume * f-  of  new  business,   but,   mare '^  important,  the writing  from  year to year of "quality" business,  that is,   life  insurance  that   is   continued   in   force.  These two factors, combined  with a high personal standard  of    confidential    service   to  pol icyholders, earn for Mutual Life representatives membership    in    the    production  clubs.  ���Advt.  Gibsons  Marine Sales  Agents for  Briggs 8c Straiten  Evinrude  B. & S.'Engines from $87.95  Evinrudes, from  $70.00  Several Boats  Briggs powered, excellent  shape, from $160.00  y   Parts and Accessories  in Stock  "ARE  YOU  COVERED?"  ���:���'/      see  P. G. McPherson  At Gibsons  FOR ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  AND REAL ESTATE  Ablett and Cole  Plumbing and Heating  Oil Burner Sales and  Service  Phone: Thorburn's Garage  Gibsons  LET US INSTAL YOUR CAR HEATER  They are NOW available!  THERE'S A FORD FOR YOU SOON���It will pay you to wait a little longer  USE STANDARD STOVE, DIESEL, FUEL, RPM OILS AND GREASES  We will pay 7.50 Cash for Chrysler Fluid COUPLINGS���Any condition  Grille Service Station  WILSON CREEK  Our telephone ring is 1-L 1-S 2-L  IN TOE-DRIVER'S

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xcoastnews.1-0172965/manifest

Comment

Related Items