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 jgnevoiem  1?HE  >  i  H '*r*  ARMY   Benevolent    Fund  will soon  be  administered  in  B.C.  by  a  volunteer  committee  of three well-known Vancouver  ex-service men.  Within a month it is expected  that the Committee will take  over from the Department of  Veterans' .Affairs, which has  handled an interim fund since  fcthe  beginning;of  1947.  CTairrnan _ of the Provincial  Committee is Hugh Allan, Executive-Director of > the Community Chest and Council of  reater Vancouver. - Members  are Oscar Orr, Vancouver deputy police magistrate, and B. T.  'Giraud,- Vancouver business man.  Herbert M. Stevenson, World  War II *army veteran and formerly engaged in rehabilitation  Work with the DVA, has been  appointed full-time Executive  Secretary.  "Our objective is to build an  organization  through  which   we  .an make a lasting contribution  o the general well being of vet-  rans, not merely as an agency  oncerned   with   dispensing   financial   assistance,   but   concern-  d as 7well with the welfare of  he veteran -over a    period    of  ears/'  Mr. Allan explained.  Applications for assistance will  .e forwarded to the Army Ben-  volent   Fund     Committee     by  eterahs' organizations and wel-  are   agencies     throughout     the  rovince,   and   information   con-  ferning the eligibility of claims  [id the preparation of Xsfcpplica-  on forms will  be supplied, to  ese agencies.  Office      accommodation      has  en secured in the DVA Build-  g at the corner of Bute and  mro Streets, Vancouver, ���&&  The  Committee   will    assume  J. ntrol of the fufcdV administration gradually, taking over from  e DVA first; myfhe Vancouver  ea  and  expanding ^further  as  e organization of outside dist-  is   completed.     7 >  Serving a Progressive an<L Grow|ng.X y  Area on B. C.'s Southern| Coast.     7   ���  Covers Sechelt,  Gibsons,  l|ort Mellon,   Woodfibre,   Squamish,'. Ir^inear"  Landing,   Half   Moon   BayJ THar&yi  Island,    Pender    Harbour, \ Wilson^  Creek,   Roberts   Creek,   Gr��_i_ti__ri_fs  Landing, Egmont, Hopkins Landing,  Brackendale,   Cheekeye,  etc.  Business Office:  _P-n3__.ISH__.JD  Sechelt, B.C.  BY THE COAST MTEWS, LIMITED  National Advertising Office, Powell River, B.C.  Vol. Ill ��� No. 18  Sechelt, B. C.  Friday, Nov. 12, 1948  5c per copy, $2.50 per year, by mail  UEFB To Give  Food io Britons  Af Christmas  THE SPIRIT of Christmas is  moving early adross Canada  this year with the opening of a  Fund designed to give special  aid to the ration-weary peoples  of Britain.       **  It is the United Emergency  Fund for Britain which gets under way on Sunday, Nov. 14 and  runs to Dec. 5. Churches  throughout Canada have lent  their sympathetic aid and will  make special announcements on  the opening day, report Fund  officials.  Primary objective of UEFB is  to provide food and other urgently needed supplies to those  Britains not receiving such gifts  from friends and relatives in  Canada. Because the Canadian,  and British governments are  co-operating in its work extensive savings amounting to hundreds of thousands of dollars will  be made in the handling and  shipping of supplies., These savings will result from free ocean  .... .   p.      .  . . , _. , .. ..... ��� ,        transportation, free dockage and  - lumbia   in   recent   Dominion-wide   competitions for excellence included top winners Les handling,  free  warehousing and  Barber (right) of the Chilliwack Progress and Al Alsgard of The Powell River News.   Barber's exemption from customs and ex-  pqper won the Mason Trophy for all-round newspaper excellence in competition with nearly cise   duties   and   insurance.   All  600 other weeklies across Canada, while The   News  was awarded the  Calnan  Community moneys saved will be converted  Service Trophy (cegtre) for outstanding community work.   Presentations were made at the  GWNA annual convention banquet in Vancouver   last  week-end,  at  which   Premier   Byron  Johnson, as gutest speaker paid tribute to the   general   excellence   of   west-coast   weeklies,  which in the  1948 competitions,  maintained their   long-standing   record   of   taking   nearly  half of the 33 newspaper awards.  ^plica- NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS who brought honor to their own communities and to British Co-  fcts  W^mtmM^e  S3ft& thei^e1^^ Annual Bazaar Dec. 1  Xr:=fc>s/  S  uiMmost jp&ixXv  eiyiNG to;Xxn&fee y^ffeexwith  coal oil irateadxpf iwater Xal-  pst proved! ;���atal for 7two .���< men  k>ard. a small cafciip. boat; at  ib-^^svlasiweekX  ^u Smith aho/ his partner  icjfe>hjad come up to visit the  knie&s. cousin Barry Smith and  mys divided to i make some cof-  :^'(^'the^;boa4^;77- 7X/X- A  T&&mg:one' ofthe jugs in the  ri^^hey pptii.ed its contents  ra^lhex kettle to boil; As the  all jeanie more intense the  ttle bursfc into flames.  Jack reached forward to throw  outside and as he reached the  .or, the,flames blew back into  �� dfenpexand: he suffered severe  irns- aljoufr the face and head.  He jumped .into .the water  bile^Tom  tried  to    stop    the  given first aid  by the doctor here and Were  later reported in good condition.  They had two jugs in the cabin, and. had mistaken the one  containing the coal oil for the  one containing the water and  put the coal oil in the kettle to  boil.  It was fortunate the result  was not worse, since the boat  sustained only slight damage.  The fishing fleet was tied up at  the wharf at the time and had  their boat caught . fire it may  have proved a calamity for the  other craft moored there.  Women's Institute  The modern musical box is an  elaboration of the musical snuffbox in vogue during the 18th  century.  the  Farmers'  Institute and also  took full charge of the refreshment booth.  ^        The   Building   Fund   has   ad-  Dec. 1," beginning vanced but slowly, and it is pro*- at 535 Georgia Street West, Van-  posed to hold a series of popular couver, B.C.  a single Douglas  lumber?^ can be obtained  four small bungalows.  fir,  for  'ditorial  $  rOXJ WILL see in the news columns of this issue a story  Ivhich has to do with a national  .rganizationi" recently created,  vhich goes bj7/the letters UEFB.  pie letterss^h^rfor United Em-  pTgeric^xFuiH-7Tfoix Britain and  |he Report, ^e believe, will interest every reader.  r Today; the people- of" Britain  stand in greater need of a tangible expression of our neighbor-  linessXand* kindliness than1 at  any tiiiie since the dark days of  1940. They need our help. They  need to know that we appreciate.their courage and their de-  votioiiil to the fundamentals of  dfempcraeyjp that we, here in Can-  ad$ have not forgotten why it  isxthat the mother country has  en On lean and hungry days.  TheB^ttle. of Britain and the  Ifong; and exacting years of: the  |war used much of tne substance,  fthat was Britain?j&; wealtfti. It  drained her^xresources and ate  )r    ^Jii3t|37heE reserves.^ It  Idestrpyed much of her product  ive capacity and disorganized a  large part of her domestic and  international economic machinery.  The result, today,. is the weary  ration . system, the standing in  queues for barely enough food  for subsistence, the almost intolerable frugality of food and  dress and pleasures which surely  must tax and strain the most  persistently optimistic soul.  UEFB offers every Canadian  the opportunity  to  help  lighten  MRS. M. TURNER was elected  president of the Howe Sound  Women's Institute at the annual  meeting. Vice-president is Mrs.  E. Pilling; secretary, Mrs. N. A.  Haley; treasurer, Mrs. H.  Knights, and directors are Mesdames E, E. Bowman, L. Winn,  H. B. Metcalfe, E. Wheeler, C.  Corlette and W. Ross.  An executive meeting was  held on October 26, to discuss  ways and means for the annual  bazaar in Gibsons School Hall  on Wednesday,  at 2 p.m.  The Women's Institute has a  membership of 43, with an average attendance at meetings of  15.  The November Bazaar starts  the year's activities, and replenishes funds. Many calls were  made and the usual generous  donations made, to the amount  of $87.97. Clothing and utensils  were collected and shipped along with new materials purchased, to aid the' Fraser Valley  Flood Victims.  A Whist Drive for funds to  aid the crippled children at the  Solarium was well attended and  made possible the donation of  $20.00.  Through the keen interest of  Mrs. LeFeuvre, Agriculture Convenor, it was decided to sponsor  the Children's Garden Clubhand  donated funds to purchase seeds  and again towards prizes. The  response of the children was  gratifying   and   their 4 entries   at  most enjoyable picnic .was held  at the home of our life member,  Mrs. Fred Soames.  The membership was presented at the August meeting and  it gives us great pleasure to rec- bury, Mrs. T. J. Rolston, M.L.A*.,  ognize the work of this almost Birt Showier, M.B.E. (Trades  Charter  Member. and  Labor    Congress),    J.     L.  Members helped stage the Fall Trumbell, A. C. Turner and Mrs.  Fair,   held   in  conjunction   with Nancy   Hodges,   M.L.A.  into more food and supplies for  the United Kingdom.  An Advisory Committee in  the* United. Kingdom presided  over by Princess Alice, Countess  of Athlone and under the chairmanship of Countess Mountbatten of Burma is working with  the National Committee in Can-  ^.ife^ .  ������'���- ;:������������.   X :XXXX Ikw^^Us^-  All   officials   are   contributing  their time and energies and wide  .experience   in   business,     social  and welfare work.  The executive in charge of the"  B.C. Division is under chairmanship of F. C.Sweet.  The executive committee includes H. C. Glendenning, Bruce  M. Farris, William Mahony  (Canadian Congress of Labor),  W.   L.   McTavish,   Jarvis   New-  Patrons are Lt. Gov. C. A.  Banks, C.M.G., and Premier Byron L. Johnson, O.B.E.  Provincial   Headquarters ���   are  this., burden. It  permits us    the  privilege of sharing,  our    good, the Fall Fair broughtPthem credit  fortune with a peoples who com- and prizes.  i  mand  our  respect   and  admiration.  Therefore, may we commend  the news-report on UEFB once  again to your attention. Here is  that opportunity to show your  neighborliness and kindliness to  citizens of a great nation at a  time when they most need a  tangible expression of thought-  fulness and goodwill.  May 24 was Sports Day under  the sponsorship of all organizations.. The Women's ��� Injstitujtse  was asked to. take full charge  of the platform decorations. This  was indeed well carried out and  quite worthy of the Queen and  her attendants.  In July we were pleased to  have 15 members of the Point  Grey Institute visit us, when a  afternoon Whist Drives and send  the fund soaring.  The objective of the spring is  to place picnic tables and benr  ches. on the local recreation  grounds.  The Social Welfare Convenors  call on those known indisposed  and at Xmas time spread cheer  with gifts of fruit and candies  to the shut-ins.  Disclaims Poem  Authorship  Editor,  The "Coast News  To Whom It May Concern .  IN THE copy of your paper of  October 22nd you printed a  poem signed "Gust Hanson" of  Granite Island, Hardy Island,  B.C. This poem was not written  by me and I want to disclaim all  responsibility for it. You will  have received my wire of October 29th, asking you not . to  print this. It was sent in without  my knowing by Captain E. A.  Wehner. I did not know that it  was already in print until after  I sent you this wire. In fairness  to me I would like you to print  this  disclaimer.  G.   Hanson,  Hardy Island.  The fullest public support is  urgently needed in order that  the drab diet of grim austerity  in Britain can  be brightened.  All organizations and groups  presently engaged in sending  food to Britain are especially invited to join in the Fund's work.  They can retain their identity as  donors in this worthy cause, all  recipients being advised as to  the source  of -assistance.  The cash savings effected will,  result in more money being available to these organizations  and  groups  for  additional  gifts.  Besides the financial co-operation of organizations and groups,  the Fund welcomes individual  cash donations. All such donations will be used for bulk purchases " in Canada of food and  other supplies and shipped in  bulk to UEFB warehouses in the  United Kingdom for general  distribution to people who are  not receiving gift parcels from  Canada. This phase of the work  will be under supervision of the  British Advisory Council.  Cash   contributions   should  be  mailed to the United Emergency  Fund for Britain, 535 West Georgia Street, Vancouver,  B.C.  Of-  (Continued on Page 8)  The Owen  was invented  Australian.  sub-machine-gun ���_���  by  a 27-year-old aKIAadb  xO 9  "_    viaoioiA  XKVUSn IVIOMIAOHd fcage Two  the: coast news, sechelt, b.c.���  Friday, Nov.  12,  1948!  By E. NESTMAN  rangements  were  made for the very  well  after holiday,  forthcoming Bazaar,  to be held ,, ,   - ___  in  the  church  hall  Nov.   19   at      ***���  Marsden and Dave  Don-  2:30 p.m.  Appreciation was ex- aldson, both on the sick list. We  pressed to the AOTS, Men's club wish them sPeedy recovery.  GIBSONS Ratepayers    meeting:     f   ^     church   Commui]jty    for *  Letter   from   Ottawa   in   ans-  eivin��, UD fheir meetini? date in ^    !?g     *  ���  *?   ��     ?.* Vx��  wer   to  correspondence  re   mail �����g ^^^f^S^IL-     * ��� Gardner  for  the benefit  of the  service,  toes- i$z ia^tr^ .srsJS ^��"^^-<^l  AOTS   will   hold   their   regular 6uccess>     Every     one     enjoyed  a* soon as information available ���eetlngL ���the chuArch ha^ ^.ov-  themselves,   and  ladies  wish   to  3if����   nntm^d  IS    Andrews  26 _at.?J30 _ J^ _A_ ���_���fat^ thank   all 'who  helped  make   it  matter  under ^consideration^ and meeting in the church hall Nov>  will   be   notified.   Mr.   Andrews ~   "XY'���   *��"���   " ^"rT"^6  "Sandy  Loam,"   to   our  readers, %T�����Z ^t.  *PP^d    f?r such a success. Another one-will  gave out the prizes for winners ��ea���ua} elecftlon ��* ��fflcer�� to be   held   in   near  future   at  the  in the garden contest, and gave ��e held at next meeting on Dec. Merry Ern  Cafe, watch for the  ...       �� _w. date  a very enlightenmg criticism of GHOWLINGS       .        '       t.        ,_,..,       .  gardens in general. There was a .     h A meeting of parties lnterest-  tie for first and second places, Wi to tte road. ���"�����*������ ^ ed in forming a Cub Pack for  Mrs.   Carter  and  Mrs.   Milligan at *wti��e. *ey have taken off ^  be   he]_  Noy   2_   in  first prize winners, Mrs. Donald- ^ Xast half of^the |��^cre^ United Church basement at 8  son and Mrs. Galbraith second, "^ *eI"? *�� ��???X"i p.m. Const. Peterson, will head  and Mr. Corletts garden in the ^     n��     ap propnatons     until P^ ^^ to  Bay 3rd prize. Mr. itotows ^^^0 eqSpm^t and started. ��� Parents who are inter-  gave a  very interesting talk on to    cover    re-  ested, or anyone who would like  Organize Gardening hi. tag. ����f *�� "g^ t^Pento to' help get this worthwhile  very   enlightening   to     amateur v What's hannened to  all  cause   started,   please   turn   out,  gardeners, and certainly con- ^^l^^^3^^ ^ show your good will to people  soling to know that yourgarden ^.^%^^^^ who are trying to help the.boys.  can be made a beauty spot  wxth ^ We ^ d Be t^re and if for.no other rea-  ?  ht  G^^nnf Mr   Anlrewt we'd  really   have    some    work -son than moral support, it  will  u^a Cr.Pf bni  f^r  th^   com! done in this  district.  Our main be appreciated,  mercial^ fe?tihzer   he clafmsTr thorofare   right   now+is   a   clis-      Well here>s the first week in  better results with organic fert- ��***-  The holes m the middle Noven,ber gone folks,  have you  fflzer   no dagger of burning out of  the  road,   certainly  some   of done Xmas   shopping  yet.  son or plan*^Iiyone interested the back roads aren't m any Talki to a woman in town  in hardening or rebuilding soil, worse shape. Wonder what we yesterday who has just arrived  may drop>^!ine t^Andrews have to do to get some real road ��om En��lancL She says yes they  Sid  he  will be  very happy to work done   Let's hope we have j_ave everything stocked  in the  Sid ^ Uteratu^ fhat hfhas *������ 7!?^!^ siores you can imagine, but can't  on these subjects. A very infer- * *s real bad   Some one is go-  buy> because they hav6 n0 pQints  esting   evening   was   spent   list- m^ to be marooned. to buy with. It's 32 points for a  ening   to   this   fascinating   sub- PERSONALS .������       can  of  our salmon,  they    need  ject, and it was regrettable that Two of our senior citizens sugar, tea, lard, and shortening,  the' audience was not much celebrated their birthdays on she was telling me of getting a  larger Nov.  5 in Gibsons,    Mrs.    Tom parcel, with rice, and tea in it,  SCHOOL BOARD NOTES Jon0G0s>  reaching^e/^a<?dTi01!!!1  *he  Parce!f  ^Urst ^S16^  Annual   general   meeting   for of 82 years> and Mrs��  ?���  Benn, parcel, and rice was mixed with  Gi^ns  w^  held  j^Sim- the age of 81   Mrs. Jones> cete- tea.  Did they waste it? Oh no  ity  hall   Nov.   5   with   about  28 brated her birthday very quietly they spread the whole thing out  ratepayers present, out of about at her home, with friend*   and 0    a table and separated every  1500   in   the   district.   Certainly neighbors   dropping   in   all   day rice   kernel   from   the   tea,   and  very   little   interest  evinced    in to  bring  flowers and  gifts  and saved the whole thing. Everyone,  the affairs of the School Board, to congratulate heron this aus-  ^ho   came  into  the  house   thaj  Lack   of   interest   or   apathy   of picious   occasion. ��� Hfer   husband  day, spent a little time helping  citizens    seems   to   keep   people helped her to serve the birthday to   separate.   Another   party  re-  away. With representatives to, be cake,   and   refreshments   to   her Ceived a parcel  with a large can  elected   and  a  report  of  boards many   cal,lers-   Mrf:    Jones    for 0f syrup m. lt. The lid had come  yearly work, also the prospective 'years  took  an   active    part ^ m 0ff the syrup can, it looked hope-  by-law  coming up  in  the  near Church  Work ^and    Red    Cross less, tea was mixed in with sy- .  future   to   be  voted    on     were work both in Calgary and here,  rup,   but  they  put    the    syrup  questions vital to everyone. V. Z. and  still  shows  her  interest, m Jhrough a strainer, and saved it.  Manning, inspector,: gave   st re- ft^57?^fs M^ man* ^ So ^t ,a rwte of caution when  port   on    proposed    new    high }* same. We offer her our he?rt-Vyou; are  shipping-be ^ure-  to^  school, for  Gibsons.  Representa- iest  congratulations,    and    may wrap  carefully,  candy is  some-  j  tives  elected   so  far    in    areas she have many more days; thing they  all crave,  and soap.  were Pender R Leith Irvings Mrs. S. Benn also celebrated ^he ��� said they got about one  Landing, S. H. AndersoA, Klein- ber birthday at home, her two small bar and a small package  dale, P. Klein, Silver, Sands, no daughters, one from Vancouver, of soap each for^ a month. Just  meeting, Halfmoon Bay, R. Kol- Mrs. Percy Benn, the other Mrs. imgme what you can do with  terman Sechelt Mrs L S Jack- c- Ramsay from Salmon Arm, one small bar of soap. When I  son, and W. Morrison,' Roberts arrived to help her celebrate think of the soap, and soap  Creek, R. Cotton, and A. Fennell, ^e day- Wearnig a corsage of powder we use I shudder to  Gibsoris N R McKibbon D G. Xmas roses, she certainly was in think of being bound down to  McDougall and N H Hough very good spirits for the day, such, a small portion. Well guess  Representatives will meet late in and spent a very busy one, that's-it for this week folks. Be  November,   to   elect   3     trustees peeting her friends and neigh- seeing-you.  for 2 year term. bors. Mrs. Benn had been a very __ __  ���ura   ir-mrrvn  rMnnrw active worker  m  Church work, mmmmmm .   _  i     m .     a .��� ^ and   rural   endeavors    and   was YEAR ROUND PROTECTION  The Women's Association of ana ���^a* .enr T \��rs'- ��� Tu Vitamin'D w- f^Pntial to  fv,^ TTr.i+0/. rv,���rpK o+ fi_�� ^cri. one of the first Librarians m the vitamin u is essential to  the United Church^at the regu- iibrary   work    when     it build   strong   bones   and     teeth  lar meeting held Nov. 4 in the PUD11C lJoltil�� WUIlt. wne" lfc d euard aeain���t rio\?eU Coti-  ..KtiTPi-v. v.oii pixmo ���mii _>tt0t.^w. was under the auspices of the ana guara against ricKets. uon-  church   hall  was  well  attended, Dora Benn helned them trary  to  popular  belief,   rickets  and voted gifts of money to the   ���l- Njrs- Uora ^enn.llX i       ic  widesn/eaH   in   Tanada    Vita-  Wnnipn��c MiQ^inn CnAip+v Van also to serve the birthday cake, 1S widespread in tanaaa. yita-  Womens   Mission  Society,   Van- to euests   min D is one of the best prev-  couver, The Missionary fund of a_-a also a Amas caKe to guests. ��� . mGdicine<- known See  fv.__ i/_r��__i /.hiirnii Q__p.7_i +>._* nunA We certainly owe these senior entive medicines Known, oee  the local church, Save the Child- thanks   for thev are that your child has an adequate  ren   fund,   and   the   Coquileetza Citizens our ^anKs   ior tney are    <      jf      ���_ \par  Hospital.   Rev.   T.   Moore   spoke the ?n?s who helped to start the supply   every     day,     all     year  briefly   in   appreciation   of   the ^ that is now being carried round- : ;   work done by the WA this year, on b5. other hands  and .we'd like  and announced anniversary ser- to ^wish them all the very .best,  .vice to be held at 11 a.m. Nov.  and hope they are spared many  2i many more years amongst us.  Dr. A.E. Munro/of Vancouver      Mrs> B.M. Thomson has  left r\\^  will be guest speaker, also Miss for  a month's  vacation,  visiting Vfti  J. Patmore on Nov. 27, and 28, in friends in Vancouver and Nan-  the   interests   of   the   Canadian  a|mo.  Girls  in   training  and    Mission  Band work members, and friends Mary and Ernie Drew, back  of the WA are urged to be at from their vacation, of a trip  the church on the 27 and 28 to through the Okanagan. Report  meet   Miss   Patmore.   Final   ar-  holiday   all  too   short,     looking  Lumber Sale  Mixed Lots  FIR and  HEMLOCK  1x3 and 1x4  25.00  PER M  SECHELT, B.C.  PHONE 42  This advertisement isnot published .  or displayed by the Liquor Control  Board  or by the Government of  British Columbia.       'r  WHERE  YOU GET MORE  FOOD  PER DOLLAR!  For Groceries It's  its  AT GIBSONS  ��  "Prompt Attention to Mail Orders!  ic RESTMORE FURNITURE:   Beds, Springs, Mattresses  * GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES:  Radios,  Refrigerators and Washing Machines  ir FURNITURE:   Occasional Tables,  Cedar Chests, Lamps, Etc.  DOR ANS FURNITURE  WESTVIEW, B.C. ��� Phone .230   ���  FOR SAFE, COURTEOUS  TAXI SERVICE  PHONE  PENINSULA  CABS  24 HOUR SERVICE  2 PHONES ��� 2 CABS  Wilson  Creek, Selma Park  Phone Sechelt 5C2 and 5U  "Anytime ��� Any Place"  Taxi meters or light meters���-i^ makes no difference���both  run longer when business is brisk, and in British Columbii  business is brisk when the forest industries are busy.  Last year they produced $225,000,000 or 42 cents in  every dollar earned in the province. *  PULP AND PAPER Leads Forest Values.  Value of pulp and paper products  alone   reached   $73,000,000   in  1?47 . . . 30% of our total forest  products.  But the future is even  brighter. Expanding uses for pulp  and   paper  gives  assurance  of a  continued demand . . .subject; of  course, to competition   in  worid  markets. This is of prime importance  to British Columbians who depend on exports for their  prosperity. .  FOR THE SAKE OF THE FUTURE  BE     KIN D     T O     LIT TLE    f REES  I  IT  y  ���  '.run  ���l!  ll  .A  :\  i  - :i '  <��� f  .p .  _->  yt ���  3  11  ���'|H  Xi \  * .-'  is i  ���Il  ,4J Fricfctf. Nov.  12, 1948.  by Jack Scott  Thumb Tactics  'NOW THAT one of our national  magazines, has written of the  school where waitresses are  taught to do things right, there's  a Pulitzer Prize watiing for the  newshawk who can locate the  mysterious school where they're  taught tb do things wrong.  It's surely not by accident  alone, for instance, that almost  all my favorite waitresses have  mastered the delicate technique  of pouring a cup of coffee so  that the Java skills Over the  chipped rim of the cup into the  saucer. Presto! You lift cup  ;to lip ~and: the depreciation on  your tie increases 87 per cent,  it takes long experience and  careful tutoring to master this.  I've seen some beginners, for  example, who bring the cup to  you already spilled. This is  definitely crude. . The proper  method; of course, is to bring  the cup with the coffee just to  the brim so that when the customer puts in his cream he will  do the damage himself. '���  This puts the onus ��� not to  mention the coffee ��� on you,  the customer. I know that if  I were a waitress the deep satisfaction of such a sight would  be more than compensation for  the long hours of training it  must "take.    "*  Probably the chief subject in  the curriculum at this sinister  college comes under the heading of "Thumbs."  I can't find any statistics to  support a contention that the  average waitress' thumb is any  longer or more active than her  sister's, but I" suspect that  through some form of setting-  up exercises ~ perhaps before  an ;open Xyvindow hi the morn-  .,; jhgs'7^ ;tl^X"ha^pdeveIbped"  themyto prepare for ? the task  ahead.   '7,X';��� y'-^'-  It should be pointed out that  the Waitress   runs   a. constant  risk of haying her thumb bitten  by hungry Tpatrons who over-;  anxiously dip  into their  clam *  chowder   before   the   waitress  has had a chance to remove her  thumb, or on. the other handy'  there is a danger of it being  ���stabbed   when   the   impetuous  diner, plunges his fork into the  mashed potatoes7 '�� . ,  Just what' the mortality rate  on waitress* thumbs ^hiay be is  another point not cm the record,  but it's evidence of the completeness of their training that  the majority of waitresses still  possess this appendage.  '' All of these phases in preparing a young woman for such  a responsibility pale before the  most important consideration  which is, of course, how to  avoid haying your eye caught.  6ver a period of years of  enforced eating in restaurants,  I have made an exhaustive  study of the problem of catching a waitress' eye and have  observed every conceivable  type of approach, short of offering the waitress a mink coat or  a six-week cruise to Hawaii.  The average waitress is equal  .to them all.  Indeed- the technically-perfect waitress has developed the  sability7 to gaze full into a  customer's eyes without the  faintest, sign .of recognition,  although the customer may be  wildly signalling with a bottle  of ketchup, running up flags  and screaming at the top of his  voice.  .There is the type,  too, who  can   be   t,urned   around   by  v fastening a piercing, hypnotic  gaze at the back of their head  or, as we veteran customers  call it, the Yogi. Treatment.'  Sure enough, the waitress  finally looks in your - direction.  You signal with a toss of the  head and what you hope is an  ingratiating smile. Then the  waitress lowers her eyes bashfully and begins to blush.  You might just as well go  ahead and try to eat that steak  with the spoon.  THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C.  Page Three  By H. L.L.  WE ARE very sorry to bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs. F. D.  Rice who have left to take up  residence at Westview. This  popular couple have always lent  a willing hand .��� to community  endeavor, but we wish them every success for the future.  BIRTHDAY NOV. 5  Birthday congratulations for  last week go to Dr. T. Murphy  who was guest of honor at a  small dinner party on November 5.  VISITING IN  VICTORIA  Mr. and Mrs. S. McKay are  spending a few days in Victoria  and Vancouver. They flew to  the capital city.  WELCOME HOME  We extend a hearty welcome  home to Mrs. Harry Batchelor,  more familiarly known to us as  Gladys. We are glad to know she  is getting along so well. Hope  to see her cleaning up the garden  soon. Gladys wishes to thank all  who - so kindly remembered her  with flowers, cards, resets, etc.,  while she was in  hospital.  V.O.N.   STAGETTE  V.O.N, cakes and Selma Ladies  just seem to gravitate together.  Mrs. B. Lang brought back the  one from Gibsons, and at the  V.6.N. Stagette on Nov. 5, Mrs.  George Batchelor was the twice  fortunate winner, by ��taking  home not only the cake but a,  beautiful cushion as well. Eleven  ladies from Selma enjoyed the  evening and our thanks to Miss  Irvine ahd Mrs. J. Redman for  transportation. Many a good  laugh was had* throughout the  evening and it is to be hoped  there arer more such get-togethers.   '  IN VANCOUVER  Mrs. J. Redman, and Bruce  spent last week-end in Vancouver.  EXTEND  INVITATION  An invitation is ^extended to  all members .and friends of the  community to attend the tea on  the afternoon of Nov. .15 at the  home of Mrs. George Colson,  and to the regular Community  Centre meeting in the evening at  eight o'clock at the home of Mr.  and Mrs. J.. Mowatt. Also for the  ladies, if you want an evening  of fun, laughs, prizes and refreshments come to "Selma  Ladies Night" to be held in Selma Lodge Nov. 16. Proceeds  raised are in aid of the Community Centre. ���  TO KAMLOOPS  Mrs. J. Link and baby son  have returned to Kamloops after spending the summer and  Fall with her parents here, Mr.  and  Mrs.   George  Batchelor.   '.*���  BACK  FROM  SCOTLAND  Mrs. J. Mowatt has returned  home after  spending    the    past  By "SLIM'  HELLO folks. ,Nov. 3 and it feels  wet  and  cold  with  plenty  of  snow   on the  mountains.  Happy to say our George Taylor was up just for the day on  Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. H.  Noble and he is feeling pretty  good.  Well the Club had a swell  Bingo her on Saturday. Grand  prizes npt that I brought any  home or had to be helped home  like some' lucky ones. The Sven  Anderson's won 1 electric heating pad $10, one electric iron  $15, one electric kettle $15 and  something else. Now if that isn't  luck, eh what,.but I don't care  we had scads of fun. ' Coffee,  doughnuts and cup cakes being  served after.  Sunday was the night of  nights for adults as well as  children the big Halloween  party held in the upper Club  Room, the children dressed in  lovely costumes, several winning prizes. Barbara being one,  little Brenda Rees was very very  good, dressed as Carmen Miranda. It really was a work of art  and certainly deserved getting  a prize.  Games were played, ducking  for apples, sandwiches, cakes;  cookies, milk and coffee and ice  cream were served later. Each  received a bag of candy and an  apple on leaving to go" outside to  see the fireworks display, which  was certainly enjoyed by all. On  the whole there wasn't much  damage done especially when I  hear what they did at Squamish.  Turned cars, trucks over. Pulled car wires out. Laid ties and  even telephone poles all up the  main road. Did a lot of damage  painting fences and windows red.  So I guess we were lucky over  here. So for myself and all the  other mothers and families I'd  like to give a vote of thanks to  three, months  in  Scotland.  Mrs.  Mq^vatt made.{the;v.entire tripvby ;  plane  and was^met at the airport by Mr. Mowatt. I am sure  that Mrs. Mowatt will have lots  of interesting things to tell  us.  those who worked so hard to  make the Hallowe'en party a  big success.  Well folks that's all the news  for now. I'm off to Squamish today with Alice Broomhall of the  townsite. We sure give Squamish  a treat, don't we Alice, when we  get up there together.  So cheerio folks and remember don't leave it until cold  weather to get your coal.  Reclaim 1,500 Acres  From the Sea  THE ENTERPRISE of three  farmers in Britain has reclaimed from the sea 1,500 acres for  food production. This has been  achieved by building a new  bank 6% miles long on the south  side of the Wash, in Lincoln- s  shire. This area contains some of  the most fertile land in Britain.  The remarkable aspect of this  achievement is that this has  been done in less than six  months despite very bad weather.  Favourite Musk Haker  Guy Lombardo, whose famous  Royal Canadians orchestra plays "the  sweetest music this side of Heaven,"  is now being featured on CKWX each  Tuesday night at 9:00 for Player's  Cigarettes. "The Guy Lombardo  Show" is a new, hit presentation with  the same smooth music which has  kept Lombardo a top favorite for  18 years.  Don't Waste Precious Hours  in Slow Travel!  Fly There!  Safe Economical Seaplanes ��� Experienced Pilots  Air Express ��� Charter���> Sightseeing  Timbercruising  TRY US ON THAT NEXT TRIP TO TOWN  For Rates and Information call  Associated Air Taxi Limited.  RICHMOND 1551  or contact our local agents  PARR  PEARSON   AGENCY  Phone Sechelt 37  N. R. McKibbon ��� Phone Gibsons 4-2  .--.���?   :...,-....._ :.;.    7-X-    '���'���";vo      //'���.';���     r>*.v.O'"..i. w      .;*_>.    .r.og;.  I  Use "News" Ad-Briefs To Sell. Buy, Rent  CURRENT  FOR B, C. HOSPITAL INSURANCE PREMIUMS  ARE NOW  Selma Park  Hairdressing Shop  A Complete  Hairdressing.  Service  DOLLY  ' JONAS  Phone for Appointments  u  MURDOCH'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Compare Our Prices!  Delnor Frozen Foods  Ice Cream  Groceries  Fresh Meats and  Vegetables  Hardware ~  Drygoods    ���  Shell Oil  Fish Camp  We now have increased  refrigeration for handling  of perishables.  Pender Harbour, * C.  PAYMENT   BY   INSTALMENTS   IS   FOR   YOUR  CONVENIENCE.  ��� , Prepayment is an essential feature of any type of insurance. ��It helps  to guarantee general participation and is the hest way of ensuring  continuation of the present low premiums. Prepayment also protects  hospitals from unpaid hills and operating deficits*  Residents of the area should make payments through  the mail or in person to:  1730 WEST GEORGIA STREET, VANCOUVER  Phone: TAt.ow 4181-2-3  Office Hours.'  9 to 5  DELAYED REGISTRATION: If you have not yet registered, you should  immediately obtain a registration form from your local B.C. Hospital Insurance  Service Office, complete and return it as soon as possible.  ��  The Plan comes into effect on January 1, 1949. Make sure you  are eligible to receive your Hospital Insurance Card in December,  by paying six months' or a year's premium by November SO. Page Four  THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B.C.  Friday, Nov. 12, \94B  OF INTEREST TO ALL  "���''i  Members of the Sechelt Improvement Assn. and The Sechelt Peninsula Board of Trade  Guest Speaker-*���MR. H. JARMAN, Secretary Mission Board  of Trade and The Associated Boards of Trade of the Lower  ���Fraser Valley.   Bus leaves Wakefield at 7:45 p.m.; Wilson  Creek at 7:30 p.m.  Legion Hall ��� Sechelt ��� November 16 ���  are  urgently requested to attend this meeting-���to hear a  discussion concerning the  advisability of amalgamation  of  these two organizations.  p.m,  UNDERGROUND TRAINS * port' services     are     proving    a  THE   DANISH   capital   with   1,-   hindrance  to  each    other.    The  innnnn   i���u~u-4.    <.      u .    authorities  are,  therefore,   plan-  100,000   inhabitants,   has   such nlng  to  build 'an    unde;gryoxmd  narrow streets in the  centre of  system of railways based on the  the town, that the public trans.-  London model.  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.  Savings Bonds  Sales Reach  All-Time High  LATEST   national   figures,     re-  TRANSFORM ENBANKMENT  WORK HAS just begun on a  big scheme which will transform the surroundings of the  River Thames in its path through  the centre of London. The plans,  which involve clearing a site  covering 30 acres, were outlined  on October 14 by the Leader of  teased at^r^Ttim^ dtow that the London County Council, Mr,  Canada Savings Bonds, Series Hay ward. Demolition of bomb-  Three, have won new popular- damaged buildings and . ware-  ity, particularly with the wage- houses together with reconstruct  earner who is buying more bonds m   eost   ��2,000,000    ($8,-  than ever by payroll deductions.   "   ���    mX      . - X     V  End of week tabulations show  000>000> ��� The schenf ls    to    be  bond   purchases   totalling   $72,-   completed within three years.  892,750  an  increase of  $24,000,-  000 over     1947 figures. banks will  be  available  to. the  Dominion  payroll  applications general public by outright pur-  number   352*000     compared     to  We Wish to Help the Housewife  With Her Christmas Baking  .&��:* __g ,��-.,���- P��  .���_��-.*������  YULE CAKES BAKED ON ORDER  BREAD  BAKED DAILY ��� CAKES  The VILLAGE CENTRE BAKERY  Village Centre, Sechelt  Opened, under new management.  Lawrence Weston, Prop. ��� "14 Years Experience"  ���i:  REMEMBER  ���&  Lang's Drag Stores  Your Headquarters lor.. *  Christmas Gifts  for All fhe Family!  298,000 at the same time in Series Two  issue.  A faster moving campaign and  the fact that many companies  which had strike troubles last  year, are now, enjoying -good  labour relations is given credit,  for the increase.  Railway employees have purchased Series Three bonds totalling $12,000,000, an increase of  71 per cent over 1947 aplica-  tions.    ���  "In British Columbia the picture is changing hourly," stated  L. F. Worsley at the week-end.  "Companies 'which thought, can- '.  vass was practically completed  have received a pleasant surprise  as last minute applications pour  in.     '; x ' --  "Belief of companies, employees and bond officials that people owning bonds are better citizens has been unmistakably revealed by this enthusiastic demonstration of faith in the future  of Canada. Knowing a financial  back-log hixthe form of bonds is  instantly available in time of  emergency has had a most  heartening effect upon the sale  of-bonds. *  -x  "An interesting thing revealed  in many B.C. plants'is the number of New Canadians add D.P.'s  who ������gfe. buying their first bonds  by the payroll method."  Sale of Series Three bonds at  chase or monthly payments until  further notice.  Every Meal A  Party!  when you serve our  Bread, Pies, Cakes or  Cookies  Our. Years' of Service Is  Our Guarantee  ELPHINSTONE  BAKERY  Gibsons.  B.C.  //  "THE TIME HAS COME/  the Walrus said,  'To talk of Many Things,  Of Ships, and Shoes and"  Sealing Wax,  Of Cabbages and Kings."  ..-���;���   and  What About The  s.-  .-.�����  at the  HOWE SOUND TRADING CO. LTD.  GIBSONS, B.C.  "Personalized,  Friendly Service"  Might or wrong?  YOU BE THE JUDGE!  r Vmsoywastav  vWAYSACKOFTHI*  /GUY-VMAPRAIP  \MEC0UUWT /  Our Lay-Away Plan  Can Help You  A Small Down Payment Will Hold Any Gift  Until Christmas  Marshall's Hardware  Serving the Peninsula"  Phone Gibson 33  Gibsons  Wirigham ��� RANGES ��� "Bruce"  ��� White lendmel with black trim.  ��� Water front.  ��� High shelf. \  Very reasonable, priced at   GURNEY "ENSIGN"  ���?'#. High shelf. .  ��� Complete with waterfront.  SALES AND SERVICE  $13 6.00  }  ^M^tBMllMataM  Pre Christmas Showing of Value  Packed Gifts Starts  Everybody keeps on trying,  but no way has been found yet  to make OF Man Winter behave  on the highways. So the mileage  death rate jumps 24 to 53' percent  in various sections during the  winter months and traffic accidents annually reach their peak  in. December. These cartoons  which will run weekly in The  News cover the principal winter  driving hazards and the. lessons  they portray may encourage safe  habits. .  rm  FOR  3For a. happier tomorrow, puS ,  {something away regularly . #. .open  your BofM savings account today.  Bank of Montreal  Canada's First Bank  to a muioH anAoum.  Mm  WORKING WITH CANADIANS IN EVERY WALK OF LIFE SINCE 1817  AD08 Friday, Nov.  12, 1948.  THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B.C.  Page sFiv��  SOME of the recordings we are  hearing on the radio make enjoyable listening. One of the better   .records,   worth   a   spin,   is  Tommy   Dorsey's   "Until."   This  has a good arrangement as well  *as  melodic  harmonizing  by  the  Town Criers.  Most  of us  seem to  still fall  -hack  to  the  "oldies."  Even the  'Teen-Towners"  are singing and  humming ^unes that were popu  lar years ago. ie. "Under *y83...  the Arches" i Andrew Sisters)  "Bluebird of I tappitiesg* (Jan  Peirce), and "The 12th Street  Rag" by Pee Wee Hunt. I, myself, can't blume them as they  are really the bfst" tunes. Sinn  about 1939 we havr not hfcd any  real outstanding music (except  for Semi-Classic or songs stolen  from the Classics). One of these  stuck in my mind that was exceptionally fine, !e. "Polonaise"  (Perry Como) and "Full Moon  and Empty Arms"  ( Frank Sin-  Buy Meat With Confidence  Tl. KENNETT  BUTCHER  Gibsons, B.C.  Wanted Tp Buy Livestock and Live Poultry  CHAMPION & WHITE LIMITED  1075 MAIN STREET,  VANCOUVER,  B.C.  Scow Freight Service  VANCOUVER ��� GIBSONS, B.C.  ,   _-:.'. GIBSONS��� R. M. (Eric)-Inglis  FIRST TRIP  Lv. Vancouver Monday  Afternoon  Ar. Gibsons Tuesday  Morning  Lv. Gibsons Tuesday  .Afternoon  Ar. Vancouver Tuesday  Evening  SECOND TRIP  Lv. Vancouver Thursday  Afternoon  Ar.   Gibsons  Friday  #     Morning  Lv.  Gibsons   Friday  Afternoon  Ar.  Vancouver Friday  Evening  NOTE���All arrivals  and departures  are  subject  to  tide  conditions.  SPECIAL  TRIPS BY ARRANGEMENT  . Authorized General Electric Dealers ^'  Gibsons 45 Gibsons, B.C.  ���      ���-..*.'������ **  GENERAL  JUST ARRIVED.,. . .  G. E. Washing Machine  $149.50  t* Radio and Wiring Supplies  HOUSE WIRING AND  RADIO REPAIRS  If Jack Frost caught you napping, see us for radiator  troubles, cracked blocks cold welded.  SEE US FOR YOUR  ANTI-FREEZE  Cffflvv  sechelt; b.c.  30 Years Experience  in Automotive  Service  <_tr a).  One of the newer revivals is  "Say something to your Sweetheart." This is a novelty tune as  Well as "Smoochie." Be sure to  hear the "King" recording of  "Blues  for the Red Caps."  In the album line there was an  excellent one done up by Benny Goodman and the Sextet. It  included 'Flying Home." "Wang  Wang Blues" be sure to listen to  this.  Elliott Lawrence came out  with a Jump recording of "Five  O'clock Shadow." Harry James  cut "Trumpet Blues." Les Brown  and his 'Sentimental Journey"  make good listening too as well  as dancing.  Breaks Speed Record  For Long Run  IN AN OUTSTANDING speed  and economy performance,  Frank Hocevar, 58 year old  hoisting engineer from Gary,  Indiana, has just completed a  Los Angeles-New York run in  a stock model British Austin  Sedan in 57 hours and 27 min- \  utes. This is believed to be a  record for stock automobiles  from coast to coast.  Mr. Hocevar, driving^ his own  automobile, averaged 53.3 miles  per hour, and averaged a phenomenal 30.6 miles per gallon of  gas for the entire trip of 3,062  miles. In August he drove the  same car from New York to  San Francisco, 3260 miles, in 64  hours.  A former dirt track racer, Mr.  Hocevar took leave of. absence  from his job with the American  Bridge Company to make the  transcontinental runs. He made  both runs by himself, without  sleep. He lost time on the first  run by stopping for food, but  this time he took with him a  gallon jug of orange juice and  six  steak sandwiches.  In his fastest cross-country  run, he left Los Angeles, near  the" Ambassador Hotel, at 12  noon, Pacific time, October 6,  and checked in at Times; Square,  New York City, October 9 at  12:27   a.m.,   Eastern   time.  FOR  EVERYONE  ON   YOUR  CHRISTMAS   LIST  O  Woolen Gloves for Ladies and Men  ���~ Nylon Hosiery, Lingerie  # Gorgeous Nightgowns, Pyjamas  6   Pillow Slips, Blankets, Spreads  ��� Indian Baskets v  JUST. ARRIVED���  NEW DRESSES ��� BLOUSES  Tassella Shoppe  "That Smart Shop at Sechelt"  4      0  Cf  .%.  'fa  m SILVERWARE ���  RADIOS  ��� CHINA NOVELTIES  And take all the time you need to select your gifts  from  Parker's  Hardware  Most Complete Stock on Sechelt Peninsula  In Village Centre, Sechelt  For Those Winter Days  ii ���_������.. _  IT'S A QUAKER OIL STOVE  STEADY HEAT  CLEAN HEAT  ���    ECONOMICAL  HEAT  SEE THEM NOW ON DISPLAY  AT YOUR LOCAL���  "You Dig a Hole and We Will Build The House"  GIBSONS, 32 GIBSONS, B.C.  ,y.-t -fc-wv*  ifc   ���*    *-*���.* Page  .THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C.  Friday, Nov. 12/1948  By ROBBIE  for a pleasant voyage, and many  more years of happiness.  Mrs.   Potts   of  Roberts   Creek  will   chaperone  her . during   her  By KAREN STOCKWELL  stay in the city.  Also   seen   aboard   were: Mrs.  Bogart  who  will  spend  a    few  days at the home of her .daughter   Mrs.   Mason,   while   taking  Harry Lucken left  for  a  few full advantage  of    the    slogan:  days on a business trip to Van-  "Shop early for Xmas."  couver,   as   did     Mrs.     George  MR.  AND Mrs. Levett returned  to their home at Wilsons Creek  after spending a month at Princeton visiting their daughter.  Kraft..  There were  a few tears  not-  Mrs. Mills returned to her  home after spending a few days  at Wlsons Creek.  iced in the eyes of some of the  residents on Friday last as Mrs.  George Walker said her final  good-byes to the people and the  spot where she had lived since  1904.  Mrs. Burgess returned over  the weekend, whle Mrs- Wyn-  gard has gone to the City to  visit with her son and daughter.  HELLO!  Sorry I didn't get the  news in last week but had no  way of getting it to the office.  Our last meeting was held in  the school, as it was too wet to  go to the Pavilion. Our meeting  wasn't a very long one as there  were a lot of interruptions. We  had a short camp-fire and then  taps and a discussion.  tatoes,   carrots,   cabbage,     chili- when  it  is    finished,  ' bringeth  con-carni,  cake,  and  jelly. forth death. Do not err, my be-  XThe   Guides   did  most  of  the loved brethren. Every good gift  work and it was a big success. and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the  Guides,  be sure to have nat- Father of lights, * with Whom is  ure  books  iii    next    Thursday. no   variableness,   neither   shad- -  And also,  study over your ten- ow Df turning. Of His own will  derfoot.  So long until next week.  begat He us with the word of  truth, that we should be a kind  of firstfruits of His creatures.  Brethren,   if   any   of   you   do  err  from  the  truth,    and    one  convert him, Let him know, that  he which converteth the sinner  BLESSED is the man that en-_ from the-error of his way shall  ___   ,    ,     '     .,   ��� ... dure��h   temptation;   for   when save  a  soul  from    death,    and  ^e had a Guide Supper oh the he ig ^^ he shall receiwe the shall hide a inultitude of sins.  She was feeling the ordeal by his   "Boom"  companion Norman  have returned from Toba Inlet.  "Nd place like home," says Teddy, and Norman  agreed.  29th  of   October  in  the  Legion crownof m     which the    Lord  Hall It was lots of fun and con- hath promised to them that love  sisted of games, supper, singing, Him. Let no man say when he  I notice also Teddy Arbo and and doing dishes. ^  tempted)  j  am    tempted-   of  the time the boat pulled in and,  after boarding the boat,. she  stood to wave her hand to" the  small gathering of friends. The  weather was just about as perfect as it could be for such an  occasion. May we express a wish  is  Hassan's  The Old Established  General Store at  PENDER HARBOUR  Supplying:  Families,   Fishermen  and Camps  Provisions,  Textiles,  Novelties, Toys  Home Gas Station  Fish Buyers  Refrigeration  QUALITY - SERVICE  VALUE  at  Hassan's Landing  Midway South Shore  I have before me two poems,  one by the late Lt.-Col. John  McCrae of Montreal which I  hope will be accepted this being  Armistice week. The lines are  .not so widely known or read as  "Fladners Fields,", therefore I  think many of our readers will  James, 1: 12-18. 5: 19, 20.  The man who marries to have  __. .    .   ,   , ~.   �����_~���,  -        xr���    ���  someone to tell his troubles to  The supper included cocoa, po-  God. for G6d cannot be tempted soon has  plenty  to  talk  about.  with  evil,  neither  tempteth He ��� __  That   we   will   onward,   till   we  any  man:   But   every    man    is      There are desert tribes in Af-  win or fall tempted, when he is drawn away rica and the Near East wearing  That we will keep the faith, for of* his own lust,    and    enticed,   sandals   almost   identical     with  Then when lust hath conceived, those made by the ancient Egy-  it  bringeth  forth  sin:   and  sin, ptians.  which they died.  Bid  them be patient,  and some  day,   Anon,  They   shall  feel   earth enwrapt  in silence  deep  Shall greet, in wonderment, the  quiet dawn.  appreciate having a copy so that And in content" may turn them  m their leisure hours they may    *    to their sleep.  read and study these lines. The  title of which is���"The Anxious     The second poem is by a local  Dead.'" author and with the editor's kind  O guns, fall silent till the dead permission, will be published in  men hear the  Wilson  Creek  column next  Above   their   heads   the   legions week.   (Ed.   Note:   Thank    you  passing on, for the poetry we will be glad  And died, not knowing how the to publish the next one too.)  day had gone' * _���'   -  _-*      _ >        .  These fought their fight in time     In  ?  perusal of  Carola s col-  of bitter fear umn  I   came   across     an    item  which refers to a concert being  O   flashing   muzzles  pause,   and Presented   on    Friday    evening  let them see "      November   12, by    the    Roberts  The  coming  dawn,  that  streaks p.^l or_c��fst^a ' ?^I J^l^  the sky afar.  PHOTOGRAPHY - Portrait - Commercial  C. G. BALLENTINE ��� BAL'S BLK. ��� GIBSONS  Res.������Phone. Granthams, 10Q        .  Agent���Roberts and Wilson Creek���-Carola Forst, 22L  Sechelt ��� The Coast News, 37  HOW IS YOUR CAR RUNNING?  Good? ��� It Not Bring Ii To  Then let thy mighty chorus witness be >  To them and Caesar, that we  still make war.  Tell them, O guns, that we have  heard  their  call,  That we have sworn,  and will Intyre was and is a credit to the  not turn aside x       organizer arid director, and to all   ���:��� ���-^ at  Roberts-.Creek who.    helped  in the formation of    this    fine  group of musicians.  Mr. Alan Mclntyre "will be the  instrumental soloist, and many  residents are looking forward to  enjoying the offerings of this  accomplished musician, brother  of the leader.  Prices Reasonable  Estimates  ior.  It  will be remembered by  many  Wilson    Creek    residents  who heard the Easter    Sunday I  afternoon concert at the Legion .  Hall, Sechelt, the fine renditions  of the senior group.  This  organization  under    the  direction of Miss Margaret Mc-  H. 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So,   the  staff  of    the    paper  basked in the reflected glory of  our co-owner  and publisher Al  .SECHELT���The Coast News of-  Alsgard  of  the    Powell    River  By "ARIES'  ber Mr. McGuinness from, his  work in the Post Office here this  past winter. He has been ill for  some time but is now looking  more like himself again and we  ipply Safe!  tale I. ��alua!)ies  fice  in  Sechelt  is  once more News. Al was  so busy running AWAY TO Vancouver for a few are glad to see him around ag-      People often keep  only docu-  "on the job" having been absent off with prizes that it was diffi-      days were Mrs. W. Deane  of ain. Mrs. McGuinness has work- ments   in   safety   deposit   boxes,  for three days, and if anyone was cult to get a word in edgewise��� Opongo    lodge    and    Mrs.     F. ed for the Union Steamship Co. leaving other valuables, such as  looking for us during that time but we managed a few!                 French, attending the reunion of store   in   various  capacities   and jewellery and heirlooms  around  we apologize, but the B.C. Week- ��� Imperial   Ex-service   Women  to is  now  in  the    office.    Fellow their   home,   said   Mr.   John   A.  ly Convention proved an oppor- A      dominating       personality be held in the Devonshire Hotel workers in the U.S.S. Co. pres- Theed,   local  Bank  of  Montreal  tunity to let Vancouver and in- dosen't seem to get very far  if on November 12. Also going to ented them with an electric tea manager,   commenting  yesterday  deed the B.C. papers know that the other guy is driving a ten-  town for a few days is Mrs. Mc- kettle to mark the occasion. The on the recent wave of burglar -  we have a paper and a very nice ton truck.  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  BEER BOTTLES  Will rail and buy for cash,  beer bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls made at intervals from  Hopkins to Irvines Landing:  R. H.  STROSHEIN  Wilson   Creek  TAXI  PENINSULA CABS  24-Hour Service  2 Phones ��� 2 Cabs  WILSON CREEK and  SELMA PARK  Phone Sechelt 5C2 and 5U  PLUMBING-HARDWARE  Hardware, Plumbing Supplies  Heating Necessities  "Serving the Peninsula'  Marshall's  Hardware  Phone  Gibson���33  .����  Plumbing and Heating  Installation ��� Repairs  A Specialty  by Registered Plumber  Ticknbr's Plumbing  Porpoise Bay Road  Sechelt, B.C.  CLEANERS AND DYERS  "It Pays to Keep Clean"  LLOYD'S CLEANERS  GIBSONS,  B.C.  Agency at Bus Depot, Sechelt  ROOM AND BOARD  Corttfortable Rooms and*Good  >Food by Day, Week,  Month  ROCKWOOD LODGE,  is the place tp go!  Phone Sechelt 39  Sechelt's Most Modern Hotel  RADIO SERVICE  Lowe's Radio Service  X GIBSONS  You Bust 'Em���We Fix 'Em  Location:   Wool Shop  Bus Pickup and Delivery   '���  Service  DRESSMAKING  Specializing in Tailored Slack  Suits, Fine Lingerie,  Children's Clothes  MRS. M. D. STOREY  Roberts Creek  Phone  R.C.   24U2  '  REAL ESTATE  Gibsons Real Estate Agency  Specialists in Coast Properties  from Gibsons to Pender Hbr.  Representatives of- -  . ,...   H. A.- Roberts Ltd.  Write or 'Phone Gibsons 41  or 59 for Listings.  G. H. Cldy and AC. Hill  Local Agents  ...Britain's farm laborers lead  the world in productivity. Each  a|ricultural worker in Britain  feeds 17 people.  -���Five hundred and twenty-  five musical compositions have  been written about Abraham  Lincoln, at least 75 of which  were funeral marches and memorial hymns.  INSURANCE  Parr Pearson Agencies  General Insurance  Phone  Sechelt 37 ���Night Ring LSL  REAL ESTATE  Specialist in Coast Property  Consolidated Brokers Ltd.  Gulf Coast Office  Sechelt  Kissock  and  Mrs.   Jack   Nelson best   part   of   the    presentation ies across Canada.  going  to   Victoria  to   visit   her  was-we' think-watching   Mrs       B  of  M  safety  deposit  boxfis  r%herA**��J? brmg ^ ^ Mc+GumrSS cavTn$ thG glft and storage vaults a?e the best  little   daughter. out on her way home. place   for%very   kind  of   small  The Sechelt V.O.N, all women article of large value, and they  affair was about the best time Canada's costly mental health are secure and inexpensive. Pay  ever enjoyed here. Games led problem can be greatly improv- a visit to your B of M branch  off a successful evening with ed through the effective educa- and discuss your requirements . .  prizes at each table for highest tion of the general public. Out- before it's too late. advt.  and lowest.  Then contests were worn concepts must be replaced :  the thing; the best one to me was by modern knowledge. Mental The Hawaiian Mands are  the baby feeding one when Mrs. illness is no disgrace, is not in- more than 2,000 miles from the  McKissock and    Mrs.    Williams herited. United   States  mainland,  won the prize for speed. The  laughter was so great at this we  could have been heard all over  Sechelt. Then the balloon contest with the usual forfeits.  Pearl Osborne with her sweet  Adeline could only .remember  one line. Mrs. Lang as a fan  dancer with pie plates for fans  and other items too numerous to  mention. Mrs. F. French gave a  humorous reading entitled  "Bessie's BoiV' which caused a  lot of fun. Altogether an enjoyable! night. Let's have some more.  RELIABLE 24-  HOUR SERVICE  BILL'S  RAD.O SERVICE  STEELE'S RADIO AND  ELECTRIC  Radio Sales and Service  Phone, Sechelt 33  Send by Bus  TRANSFER-TRUCKERS  JACK'S. TRANSFER  Log Hauling Contractors  General Freight Hauling  Sand and  Gravel  Phone Sechelfc: 5U  We hear that Teddy Osborne  has returned from his Cariboo  hunting trip. We also hear that  he found the price of beef rather  high there.  The trip up from town on  Tuesday was an interesting one  for the passengers on the "Mariner," one of whom was Mrs.  J. Parker, for the Don Cossack's  were on board enroute for Powell River where they were to  give a concert before going to  Victoria. The members of the  famous troupe were busy getting  acquainted with the people chatting here and there. Mrs. Parker was fortunate enough to have  an autographed program given to  her by one of the Cossacks-  very nice indeed, Mrs. P.  HALFMOON BAY. B.C.  Halfmoon Bay  7-U (. ���.)  Bill Mervyn  SELMA PARK STORE  "WHERE YOUR  DOLLAR BUYS MORE"  Marshall Wells Paints  DELNOR FROZEN  FOODS  Fresh Fruits and  Vegetables  ���lQ[E!.L*tp.B  FAHIY QUALITY  LUHtCN  ���PEAS  IS OZS. NET WT.  WH(M'PACK��-��  LUMBER AND FUEL  BURNS and JACKSON"  SAWMILL  Producer of Choice Lumber  In All Species  Wood and Sawdust  Phone Sechelt 15-M-2  Transfer - Truckers  FRANK  YATES  Home Oil Agent for  Peninsula  Gravel and Freight Carrying  Service calls day or night���  Days, Wilson Creek-^-5S  Nights, Roberts Creek���24L  ���hje (Eoast "Kjeuis  tr>i.t.?    ,;.��i  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  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  REAL ESTATE  For Prompt, Courteuos  Service, See  . E. G. HARRIS & Co.  Real Estate and Insurance  Village Centre, Sechelt  Sechelt, 48 or 39  Mr. B. Lang also found them  interesting people to talk to.  Graham Collison���the barber  ���tells me that .there has been  some confusion over the name  "Sechelt Legionaires" and our  little orchestra have had to  change their name too "The Se-*  cheltenaires"���pretty   smart.!  Mr. and Mrs. R. J. A. McGuinness of Selma Park celebrated their silver anniversary  on November 9. We ail remera-  BOWEN ISLAND  By PEARL PUNNETT  MR   AND   Mrs.   Doug     Suther-      cream  separator,  good condit- peater'and" 10 boxes" shelfsi $35.  land   were  up  on the   week-  ion, one almost new glass churn. ��pwo burner hot plate   $3   Mag-  end. Price $35. Mrs. E. Whipple, Wil- neto   for   single-cylinder   engine,  FOR  SALE��� FOR SALE-  WALNUT   extension   table,     in SPEED   Queen  heavy  duty   gas  good condition. Apply Box 14,      washing   machine.  Briggs  and  Coast  News,   Sechelt. 20 Stratton motor, $175. Hand drill  I ~ " :   ~    "7 press,   $2,0.   Zeiss   binoculars,   8  FOR SALE���One Acme standard power,   $25.   Winchester   22   re-  18  $10. Vibrator Transformer for  radio, $5. Apply M. F. Flynn  Irvines Landing. 18  Upholstery and Slip Covers  Mr. Leslie Riley of. Washing-   . - ��r   ton,  D.C.  is spending    a    short FOR SALE���  vacation   with   his    parents    at MOHAIR chesterfield suite, good     Scarboro. condition.  Reversible cushions. PERSONAL   Mrs. Betty Weston has closed Apply Deane,  c-o  B.  W.  Fleck, FQ^ GQQD buyg in Real Egtate  her home for the winter months    ec       ' ___- see E. G. Harris and Co, Vil-  and gone to live in Vancouver. FOR SALE laSe   Center,   Sechelt.   Telephone  Let, Us Rebuild and  Upholster  Your  Favorite Chair  Usher'i Yard Goods Shop  Gibsons, B.C.  Mrs. Minnie Wood has also  gone to Vancouver for a short  spell.  FOR SALE  SHIP BY Gulf Lines -Express to 48-  Anywhere on the Peninsula,  or from Vancouver. Low rates. 19  Fast   service.   Careful   handling.  ��� ������  Specify Gulf Lines Express,    tf FOR ��ALE���  ��� =  TWO   WATERFRONT  lots   with  two   room  shacks.     One     gas  GARBAGE DISPOSAL  Garbage Disposal Service  weekly or monthly  Sechelt, West Sechelt,  Selma Park only  For Information write or  'phone  Union Steamship Co.  Phone Sechelt.  22  GENERAL HAULING  J  BAKERY  BETTY'S  BAKERY  Homemade Pies, Cakes,  Bread  Christmas Cakes and  D ecorated to Order  Special Catering for Your  New  Year's  Party!  Porpoise Bay Rd./ Sechelt  1  Mr.   and    Mrs.    Terry    Riley PTrT?CinMAT  were here for. the we&kend and t^"���?5^m                      X .,<.���_,.,.. ^                   TT .  while here Terry bagged a four- IF YOU WANT y��ur property or boat, 25 ft.,  12 h.p. motor, Uni-  pointer                                                    auto insured see E. J. Harris .versal,   complete     for     fishing.  and Co., Village Centre, Sechelt. $1,000  at Hospital wharf. Apply  A Remembrance  day    service Telephone   Sechelt   48   and   we Sam Seeley, Pender Harbour. 20  was held at the -United Church 'will call on you. 19 ���   on- the 7th Nov. The service was   ;  LAND ACT  conducted  by  Mr. Ross  Connal. FOR  SALE��� Notice of Intention to apply to  The   Misses   Irene   and   Colleen  % STEEL bed. First class condi- purchase Land  Lawrence   and   Beverley   Brand      tion-   Spring   filled     mattress, in LAND Recording District of  sang  a  very nice  song.  A new  Good spring. $48.50. Apply Mrs. New  Westminster  and  situate  roll of honor was put up in the D- Kennedy, R.R.1, Gibsons, Up-. at Nelson Island,  church.                                                per Road. 19 Take notice that L. H. Roberts  Mir    Walter   Green   with   his FOR SALE- of Nelson Island, occupation re-  t-  iXt          ween   wim   nis                                                hn.,-_ tired  intends  to  apply  for  person Bob, has gone to Pemberton  UiN!.iJNifc>��iJ__D  a room nouse on .r_���rri.a4�� th<* fn.inw  for a bit of hunting                             lot: 62 x  122  at Sechelt,  with mission to purchase the follower     bit of hunting.                        ^^^ ^^^ to fin.sh sh'et.ng mg   described   lands:  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Gavin   Fresh- What offers? Apply Box A,  cjo _ Commencing at a post planted  ���water were here over the week- P. R. News, Westview, B.C. ��ve chains  s?u���  ��f  the North  en(j ������ ____,   East corner or L1025, Nelson Is-  LOST��� land   thence   40   chains    South;  The  W.A.   to    the     Canadian A   LARGE  brown  pocket  book thence 10 chains East; thence 40  Legion  branch  150,  met  at  the      in the vicinity of the Legion chains   North;  thence   10   chains.  Club House  on Nov.  9 at  2:30 Hall,   Sechelt  on Saturday.  Re- West,   and   containing  40   acres,  p.m., the men hold their meeting turn  to   Mrs.    H.     Whitehouse,  more or less,  at 8 p.m. Wilson Creek. Reward. 19 *      L. H. Roberts. ;..*.:- '-���*_��--~ *a- > ft f**"*" J  Page Eight  THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C  Friday; Nov. 12, 1948.  By "CAROLA*  PRO-REC sponsored by the Roberts Creek P.T.A., got off to  a good start last Monday. An  adult class has been added and  everyone on the Sechelt Peninsula is invited to attend. Mrs. C.  Hillier, a newcomer to our district is the capable instructress,  having majored in that field in  Vancouver schools.  The regular P.T.A. meeting  will be held Tuesday, Nov. 16 at  the Kewpie Kamp. An interesting programme has been arranged.  Christmas shopping has begun!  Mrs. E. Robinson spent a few  days in Vancouver to tie up the  loose ends of her Christmas'  overseas  parcel.  Congratulations to Marion and  Doug Foley on the birth of their  bouncing bab(y son, Thomas  Michael, born in North Vancouver Hospital.  Mrs. Chris - Coldwell and  daughter Nina are back on the  Sechelt Peninsula and at present residing at Selma, guests of  her brother and sister-in-law,  Mr. and Mrs.  Carl Chrismis.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Sadler are  visiting at their R.C. home for  a few days.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Palmer and  baby Judy are guests of Mr. and  Mrs.   Murray   MacKenzie.  Complain, we did about the  hazardous Stephens Bridge���at  last there is action. Some bets  on as to when it will be finished of course and mightly inconvenient it is for the people on  the lower road. Everyone,: has  his inning sometime 'tis said, and  today (and for how long?) the  Upper Road residents are enjoying' the luxury of the bus  service practically at the door.  Wanna bet it will be finished in  a  week?  A convention can be fun and  an education, Miss. Myrtle Allen  and I discovered 7 when we attended as .representatives of the  Coast News at the B.C. Division  of the Canadian Weekly Newspapers Association, held at the  Hotel   Vancouver.  There were many interesting  speakers highlighting the occasion. Dean Miller, editor and  manager of the Canadian Weekly Editor viewed the weeklies  from the outside, giving constructive criticism. He said that  they were doing a grand job,  but   not   sufficiently   recognized  ���>  CGLLISON'S  BARBER SHOP  SECHELT  Mon.���-Closed All Day  Tues.���9:30 a.m. 16 6:00 p.m.  Wed.���9:30 a.m. io 9:00 p.m.  Thur.���9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  Fri.-���9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.  Sat.���9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.  HAIRCUTS ��� SHAVES  FACIALS ��� SHAMPOOS  HADDOCK'S  ENGINEERING  Machine Work   ��  Welding  General Repairs  Marine Engines  Water Cooled, Air Cooled  Gas or Diesel  RENDER HARBOUR  Wm. McFadden  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Office Hours:  9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings  by Appointment  Every day except Thursday  Says Technocracy  Has the Answer  The Coast News,  EDITOR���Commenting on my  last letter, you state that Russia, Saskatchewan or Britain all  have taxation, politicians and  shortages. I am in full accord  with these statements. The wedlock of pfice and politics has  produced scarcity as an offspring. This unholy alliance cannot spell out anything but poverty for the many, regardless  of what it may do for the few.  Why look to the aforementioned European countries. They  employ a price system mode of  operation, the same as we do.  No European ideology can solve  the problem of scarcity in the  midst of abundance. Furthermore, no political party is capable of instituting a planned economy of abundance in this area.  Make no mistake. The emotional term capitalism has not  been referred to. It is used by  those who pre-suppose that there  is a division of capital and labor. . In reality there is no such  divison. We all employ a price  system mode of distribution. No  distinction can be made between  havng wares to sell over a counter, or whether our service is  all that we have for sale. In  either case, if we are to demand  a high price a scarcity must be  maintained. That is what labor  unions   are  for.  On a national scale, it is ex-  for it.       x  C.W.N.A. business conducted  by Mr. W. E. McCartney, Managing Director, Brampton, Ont.,  stressed the fact that extensive  news items was a service, not a  dis-service to its advertisers,  and a good medium to use was  27 columns of news to 5 columns  of advertising.  Murmurs of assent were heard  when Al Alsga.rd, Puglisher of  Powell River News and The  Coast News criticized the editorials written by the publishers  of the Weeklies. He said although some were good the  majority showed little or no  time spent in thought and research in the writing of an editorial. One woman publisher was  heard to alibi that by the time  she had collected the advertising, edited news copy, covered  the meetings of numerous organizations, she didn't have time  to spend the time for a good  editorial. *  An excellent oration on "Freedom" was given by Mr. Howard  Coulter representing the Powell River Company. He declared  "There is an utterly priceless ingredient of human life called  Freedom" and a North .America  "bewildered, bedevilled and perplexed by ideologies" must learn  to evaluate and treasure it. That  is freedom of the individual.  We had many opportunities to  talk "Sechelt Peninsula" at the.  social functions where we met  executives^ and directors of well-  known organizations. Miss Allen,  a hard-working Board of Trade  member quoted the old adage���  "Which came first, the chicken  or the egg," when refering to  our need of roads and a car-  ferry, and they listened���we  hope they act!  Mrs. C. Haslam has returned  from a few days visit in Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Norm Berdahl  have had the latter's aunt visit-  . ing from Chicago, and Norm's  cousin Mary Ludwig from Edmonton, Alta. During their stay-  on the coast the party including  Mrs. J. Rusk visited Victoria,  taking in the Parliament Buildings. They experenced the 74  hour gale last Tuesday, the worst  storm Victorie has suffered in  -24 years.  We wish to extend a warm  welcome and a hearty congratulation as fellow Canadian Citizens to Mr. James Szabo. of: Roberts Creek who after taking the/  Oath of Allegiance received his  Canadian Citizenship certificate  from His Honour Judge Hanna in  County Court on Nov. 6. Mrs.  Szabo accompanied her husband  with their four small children  on this- solemn but happy occasion.  pedient to maintain a favourable balance of trade. By all  means goods must be imported,  even though it does create a  scarcity at home. We have a  housing shortage while our timber is being-utilized to create _i  foreign market. irreplaceable  minerals are being exhausted  for the same reason. The mineral content of our soil is being  depleted to such an extent that  malnutrition of native born  children will result. All our resources constitute a national,  a drunken sailor. If this con-  heritage; yet we squander it like  tinues, instead of attaining a  higher position among the nations we will join the ranks of  the decadent- nations which  have  sold their  birthright.  Our exports are being used  to bolster up Fascist countries  abroad. Not only that, but in the  current conflicts both sides are  being supplied, as was done in  the last war. Lovely! Isn't it.  The odor is, anything but lovely.  Whether it is high finance or not,v  the. situation still is high. Our  resources are beng depleted in  order to settle a conflict between  two horns of a dilemma. Both  Communism and Fascism are  outmoded as regards aplicatibn  in this area.  in addition to wanton destruction of our resources there is  continued .erosion. This was  highlighted by recent flood conditions. Adequate preventative  measures were not. taken. There  was no lack of scientific information, rather there was a lack  in application of available information. What is the use of  acquiring information if nothing  is  done  about it?  You indicate that Mr.. Hinton, the Peninsula and the nation as a whole would be interested in more information.  Are you also in a position to  state, how many are willing to  investigate a scientific analysis  of the situation which confronts  us? If an investigation would  reveal what is required in order to institute an era of abundance. How many would be  willing to do something about  it?  Technocracy has the answer;  For your information, Technocracy  has nothing    in    common  MORE ABOUT  UEFB To Give  Continued from Page 1  /icial receipt ��� will be mailed by  return. All such individual cash  donations are deductible from  income tax returns. Donations  may also be made at any chartered bank.  Groups and organizations and  otriers requiring, further information or who would like to take  an active part in this extremely  necessary work are invited to  write to Provincial headquarters.  Sechelt PTA to Meet  By BET^Y WILLIAMS  SECHELT���The     next     general  meeting of the P.T.A. will be  held at the Legion Hall at 8  p.m. on. Friday, November 19.  Do try to come, programme  convenor, Bob Cooke's cooking  up something good. Watch for  hand-bills.  Mrs; Betsy Lumsden has started the Pro-rec classes, these are  being held on Tuesdays at the  Pavilion. Girls of 8 to 15 years  are to attend from 6:30 p.m. to  7:30 p.m.v and the ladies' class  is from .8 p.m. to 9 p.m.  with Communism, Fascism or  any other "ism." Was the inference made -deliberately? Also -for your information "many  Canadians have investigated  Technocracy and. are doing  something about it. Technocracy  welcomes your investigation.  Yours truly,  V. A. Owre,  Box 30,  Sechelt.  Crowded, crooked, irreg*_I&*  permanent., teeth are frequently  part of the price that must be  paid for the premature loss,  through lack of adequate care*.  of the foundation teeth. Don't  allow your child to become a  dental cripple by believing that  the "baby" teeth are unimportant to a child.  Each year millions of meals  are served in Canadian di-ifes  and restaurants. In an industry  of such gigantic proportioriis, - it  is. essential that at careful watch  be kept for any signs of dirt or  food contamination. The general, public can help by insisting  on   good   restaurant   conditions.  �����*���  In ancient Babylon, .women  were delivered in .marriage to  the highest bidders.  1  YOU'RE OUR HONORED  GUEST  When you dine at the Ehg-  list Tea Rooms;, yy o ii ir  slightest wish is pur ccwir.  cern. The menu and the  service are planned to .rriAfce  your meal an occasion tp bi  remembered with pleasure;  ENGLISH TEA ROOMS  Gibsons, B.C.  ���*���  NOTICE  Due to complications arising in    connection    with    our ');  name  of "The  Sechelt Legionaires",  we,   the  Orchestra.  have changed to: , ..;.;'  "The Secheltencrires"  A number of people were under the impression that we  belonged to the Sechelt Legion Branch 140. This is  definitely not so, we are entirely independent.  Cosy Homes  Home Sites  WEEKLY  ''SPECIALS  QFFEIlINa t  Five roomed house, barn, chicken house, tool shed, woodshed, root house. Excellent soil, good well. Five acres  with picket fencing (one good acre of garden). Very low  taxes. School bus to Gibsons. Electric light available  before spring.   Owner must leave for city\ immediately.  Call or Write 7���- PRICE $1250.00      x  * .  CONSOLIDATED BROKERS  C. John Coleridge, Manager  Gulf Coast Offices ��� Sechelt and Gibsons, B.C.  Phone Sechelt 37 ��� Phonte Gibsons ?7  HEAD OFFICE  CONSOLIDATED BROKERS LTD.  942 W_ Pender St., Vancouver, B.C.  CUTTING  SHAPING  SHAMPOOS  TINTING  PERMANENTS  Beauty Salon  Roberts Creek  \mm  Keep* your car rolling smoothly in the winter  months. Change to winter oil and grease now.  Our winter wetather, fast approaching, will make:  your qar stiff and siuggis^. Check now . . . Tl RES,  BRAKES, WINDSHIELD WIPER. ANTI-FREEZE  now available.We will overhaul your car and make  the necessary adjustments.  m  SILVER GRIIjIjiE SERVICE STB  One of the Best Equipped Service Departments on the Peninsula'  #  .-������:-X5iV��--,   ~


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