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 Fashion Show  'Wa  ' GIBSONS���Local   branch of the  V.O.N, is now richer by $58.30,  the sum raised by the recent successful fashion show.  Aided by girls from the high  school and three of the very  young variety, the group sponsored what has been claimed one  ' of the best of its kind ever produced in the peninsula.  School teachers Mrs. Cloe Day  and Mrs E. D. Kane were responsible for training of the mannequins who carried themselves  during the somewhat ardous ordeal of parading in front of the  packed hall, with complete  aplomb and professional indifference.  Mrs. E. Nestman takes credit  for the idea, part of a long term  plan for raising money in aid of  V.O.N.     Dresses   were   procured  . from   private citizens and   from  1 the now defunct Lady Gaye  Dress Shope, now Irene's Dress  Shop.  Legionaires to  Have Cue Games  . GIBSONS ��� It  may not  be too  long before important pool and  ^billiard  tournaments   are  played  here.  / Local Legionaires are striving  to form a pool and. billiard  league which will compete within the unit then broaden the  range as the members become  more proficient.  In order to boost  interest and  create a competitive spirit, prizes  /will be   awarded to group    and  team winners.   It is believed billiard cues will form main prizes  | for some time'.  I ''I  School Heating  Goes io Speck  ^GIBSONS ��� Laurie Speck's  i Sheet Metal firm was awarded  [the contract for instalation of a  new heating plant in the Gibsons -Elementary School following opening of tenders at a re-  ;cenT''Sc^qT'>JB-oard' meeting.;:' ';  ��� Cost of "the new heating arrangement, approved bv Harold  Cullerne, architect will be $4804.  ; The Board will now request  permission from the Department  of Education.  Mexico Bound  SECHELT ��� It will be Mexico  bound for Mr and Mrs Jack  Mayne, following a busy summer at Glendalough Guest  House.  The popular Sechelt couple  are slated to leave for the south  sometime early this week.  Serving a Progressive and Growing  Area on B. C.'s Southern Coast.  Cover? Sechelt, Gibsons, Port Mellon, Woodfibre, Squamish. Irvine  Landing, Half Moon Bay, Hardy  Island, Pender Harbour, Wilson  Creek, Roberts Creek. Gram hams  Landing, Esmont, Hopkins Landing.  Brackendale, Cheekeye, Selma Park,  etc.  ^  T>TTBT.TSHI3_0 BY THE COAST NEWS, LIMITED  Business Office: Gibsons, B.C. National Advertising- Office, Powell Eiver. B.C.  Vol. 4 ���  Gibsons,  B. C.  Monday,   October   9,   1950  5c per copy, $2.00 per year, by mail  Rifle Club in  Legion Branch  SECHELT Legion    Members  here will attempt to start a  rifle club with a view to giving  entertainment to outsiders and  of utilizing to the full, the meeting hall which is often not used  to the best of its advantages.  Following is the letter being  sent to prospective members. It  is being reprinted here with the  hope that all who are interested  will contact the Legion Branch.  140.  Comrades of Branch 140 desire  to improve the social welfare of  this community, especially that  of veterans and their families  and generously have offered you  the use of the^ Legion Hall for  one night each week.  It is proposed and hoped to  make a start by the formation of  a "rifle club" or Legion sports  club.  Here is your grand opportunity. At 8 p.m., Tuesday, the Legion . Hall will be open to both  ladies and, men, members or  otherwise, for miniature rifle  shooting. Please come to elect a  club committee, suggest ideas  and take part in some inexpensive and interesting shooting.  Equipment is at the hall. Come  and use it. This can be a demonstration to members of the  branch that you appreciate their  long hard labors in building and  moulding the Legion branch and  haU.  Gambier Pupils  To School Here  GAMBIER., I��Ii AN^^ei!_nK��Mnr  will be  sought  by  the school-  board   from   the department   of  education    for     James  Boyd to  transport   school   children   from  here to, Hopkins Landing.  This' move will fill in while  Gambier Island school is being  arranged for, according to Francis Drage, J.P., who made the  application.  Referring ��� to the letter from  Drage, the school board decided  it was a "most worthwhile suggestion." It will approve bf the  move in referring to Victoria for  final authority.  School Reps Meet in  October for Election  GIBSONS���Annual   meetings   of   school   representatives   and  interested parties will be held during the first two weeks  in November.  School representatives will be elected during the meetings  to be addressed by the School Board giving an annual qtcount  of its stewardship.  Dates and places of attendance will be announced later,  when it is hoped ratepayers will fake more than last year's interest in the outcome of these all important gatherings.  Representatives will be appointed on the basis of one for  each 100 pupils attending school in that particular area. Gib"  sons, by this reckoning will have three reps, Sechelt will be  allowed two and Roberts Creek possibly one. All other districts  will probably have only one per school district.  Trustees, will be elected from among the representatives  during a meeting later in November.  Three trustees will be up for re nomination this year. They  are: School Board Chairman, Mrs L. S. Jackson, A. Funnel! and  W. E. Davies. It was pointed out that these members first have  to be elected as representatives then can stand again for!  trustees.  " %. * .  Trustees  For Day Labour  Witch's Hazel Wand  May Save Our School  GIBSONS_Schoo!s   here  will   cost   in   the   neighbourhood   of  $500,000 before completion.   Every  modern  method will  be   utilized   in  their   construction.   Science   will   attend   every  movement until the final stone has been laid.  And over them all will  loom the haunting witches from  the world of spirits. v  School Board, Monday, decided to employ a water diviner  in their efforts to locate the precious fluid on Roberts Creek  school site.  GIBSONS���School Trustees will  day labour"   ruling  of the  aside in order to save taxpayers  sons High School.  George Elander's bid of $983  for construction of rough roadway, the only bid, was too high  in estimation of board members.  Said Trustee A. E. Ritchey, "Mr  Elander has the equipment and  the knowledge to construct the  roadway but he bid too high to  . protect himself in case he has to  pay for 'extensive- truckihg:X TX  think this could be done on a  day labor basis for approximately half the amount."  In a later interview, Mr Ritchey pointed out he was sure of  the lower estimate as he has estimated on such like contracts  for years and he is well acquainted with this particular  terrain. ,  The Board took/the veteran  contractor's advice and will attempt to have the . preliminary  work of one roadway built while  the land is still dry and can be  constructed for much less than  would be estimated by a city contractor citing prices for the complete, school.  A former attempt to have day  labor done in respect to clearing  and filling the proposed Madeira  Park site was vetoed by the Department of Education following  "outside"  requests.  Specifications for the proposed  day labor work on the Gibsons  site wil be laid on by School  Architect Harold Cullerne.  Mr Ritchey's motion for the  new contract was seconded by  Norman Hough.  again attempt to have the "no  Department of Education set  money in construction of Gib-  Old Mercy Deed  Has Echoes Yet  SECHELT ��� Echoes   of  a mercy  call resound down through the  ."vetirs^ntil- rt-rjhay. touch someone-  in the village of Gibsons.  In 1936 a young man, Wilson  Edwards, while working for The  Vancouver Sun in Gibsons, fell  ill and had to be tended by some  good Samaritan lady. Some time  later that young man died as the  result of an airplane emergency  landing in the Fraser River but  his trip to the Sechelt peninsula  . lives on.  Mrs. F. Edwards, 3613 Pt. Grey  Road, Vancouver, would like to  meet the lady who so generously  and capably looked after her son  during the time he was sick.  "I have heard my son speak  so glowingly of someone in Gibsons who looked after him during those days, that I have always wanted to meet the woman  who would be so kind," Mrs. Edwards said.  Would the unknown lady in  question please write Mrs. Edwards?  Annual Shellout  Gets Underway  YOUNGSTERS on the peninsula  will be assured of a good time  and plenty to eat. when Kinsmen  put on their Hallowe'en Shellout  slated to start October 23 and end  October 30.  Hallowe'en treats will be dished out during the bonfires which  will be held in five divisions of  the peninsula���Gibsons, Roberts  Creek, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay  and   Pender Harbour.  Through the various P-TA  groups each child will be given  tickets for sale. Top salesmen  will be eligible to win bumper  prizes to be announced later according to Kin committee chairman Res Godfrey.  Mr. Godfrey disclosed there  will be two prizes in every division over and above the ' top  prizes for the peninsula. Type  of prizes has not yet been decided, he said.  Classroom teachers will control  issuing tickets, each child will  start the week with $3 in saleable coupons, more can be had  upon application to teachers.  This is the type of arrangement used last year with such  remarkable success. It is believed the few small kinks which,  appeared during 1949 will disappear this year. "Things should  go without a hitch," Mr. Godfrey  reported. "The P-TA groups are  eager to help and we know the  children will benefit. This is a  good thing the Kinsmen are doing. It is in line with the plan  to Help Kinsmen Help Kiddies.  It will also prevent a lot of wanton and thoughtless damage being done during celebration evening.  Help Wanted  In Legion 109  GIBSONS���Wanted.    One   trumpeter or bugler willing to teach  a   bunch   of  enthusiastic   youngsters.  Such is the need of Gibsons  branch of the Canadian Legion,  which finds itself with several  hundred dollars worth of instruments, several keen, music loving young men who would like  to belong to the band���but without an instructor.  If anvone is interested in helping train these youngsters in  their quest for the worthwhile  objectives of learning to play  some instrument, would they  please get in touch with any  member of the Legion executive.  This is not entirely a one-man  show as there are now two men  willing to help with the training  but someone with the ability to  teach either of the horns mentioned is in great  need.  V-  The Board was in receipt of  estimates from a Vancouver firm  quoting prices of $6 per foot for  drilling with a guarantee of $600  plus travelling expenses and  other incidentals which have to  be added.  Only $500 was earmarked for  finding.and piping, of water for  the new school. Pumps alone are  estimated  at two for $8000.  Said Trustee A. E. Ritchie,  "This is far too. much money.  We are not even sure that water  will be where they do the digging-"  -iThis   started off  a debate   oh  the finding of water which  wound up with suggestions from  Secretary Anne Burns that a  water diviner would probably be  a good bet under the' circumstances.  W. A. E. Davies reported that  a good "witcher" could locate  water, estimate within inches  how far down it was' and how  steady the  flow.  Mrs L. S. Jackson, School  Board Chairman pointed out that  all methods  of    finding    water  were merely guess work. "We  will probably save money by  getting a diviner."  Questions of water will also  arise during construction of Madeira School. School Secretary  Mrs Anne Burns was authorized  to find the "witcher" and hire  him by the day in order to locate the precious liquid which  can spell defeat to the whole  school question if unlocated.  Trustees Have  Victoria Meet  GIBSONS���School trustees were  on convention in Victoria during three days last week.  .  Mrs. Anne Burns accompanied  the three-person group. The  school secretary will attend an  open forum discussion arranged  by the department of education  on behalf of secretaries.  Attending were Mrs. L. S.  Jackson, A. Funnell and A. E.  Ritchie.  Drage Credits  Gibsons Folk  GAMBIER ISLAND ��� Veterans  here were pleasantly surprised  when they received a 'thank you'  letter from the Royal Canadian  Navy on behalf of officers ahd  staff of RCSC Camp Latona.  Signed by H. W. Beames on  behalf of S. G. Coombs, Lt Commander, NOIC, Camp Latona.,  the letter, addressed to the president of the Gambier unit of  Army, Navy and Airforce Veterans, spoke highly of the hospitality and welcome proferred  by the unit and its members.  Said Captain Francis Drage,  unit president, "We are grateful  for the letter and are glad to see  our efforts to entertain were not  in vain. I would like to take this  opportunity of thanking the Gibsons members and their friends  for turning out on the special  occasions slated for the officers  and men of the RCN. Without  the very valuable aid of Gibsons friends it would have been  impossible."  Westview Group Add  Weight to Car Ferry  GIBSONS���Hint that a car ferry may be imminent came when  B. M. Maclntyre, MLA, speaking to a group of Westview  Ratepayers, reported, "I think it (the car ferry idea) looks fairly  good and hope it will be in operation next year."  Logical    terminals,     he     said,  would be Thunder Bay and Egmont. There is at present no road  between Pender Harbour and  Egmont, a distance of more than  three miles, but, he said, I have  received assurance from the Minister of Public Works that no  time would be lost in constructing this road if the franchise is  granted.  If the ferry service is initiated,  Mr Maclntyre pointed o u _t,  chances of having road conditions in the district improved  would  be enhanced.  Members of the Westview  group decided to draw a brief  and present it to the Government at Victoria urging and  Dointing the need for a highway  link with Vancouver through  the Sechelt Peninsula.  Among points to be raised will  be difficulty of transport under  present    probably    deteriorating  sea lane traffic ��� the Princess  Mary will have to undergo major changes this fall and it is  feared she may be withdrawn  from  service.  Unsettled international conditions will also be used as a reason, pointing out the value of a  highway link if war did come.  Vehicle registrations in Powell  River are now nearing 2000.  This could be part of the overall plan being followed by the  Transport Committee of the Gibsons and District Board of Trade  under Board President Robert  Telford.  Sechelt and Pender Harbour  Boards of Trade were to cooperate with this idea.  30IAH3S  VIH01C  Anvaan ividmxac By E. NESTMAN  -��-'"--' ���"��� iMimii^imii--- ,,,,.-.iiip-pppt.  THEY TELL me congratulations  are in order for Mr and Mrs  Alex Gcostrey, high school  teacher at Gibsons, the stork left  them a   baby boy.  Away for holidays, Mr and  Mrs Bob Murray, Mr and Mrs  Cliff Gray and Mr and Mrs  George Hill and Maureen, driving their "Pocohontas" to Golden. Happy  holidays.  Home from the fishing  grounds, Jimmy Corlett and  Morrie   Duprey.  Home for a few days, and  away again to Victoria for about  a month,   Leo   Nestman.  Mrs John Hubsy over to Nanaimo   to  visit  daughter Dorcas.  Quite ill in Vancouver hospital, Mrs June Peterson.  Mr G. Crowhurst confined to  hospital  in Vancouver,  quite  ill.  Mr and Mrs Harry Smith away  for a holiday. Bob Calder driving East for a three-weeks vacation.  Visiting Mrs Lil Schutz for a.  week, is Mrs Jenny Clay.  Well I've done it again, I laid  down a large three-cell flashlight, and it's now missing. I  know, the boss said I'd lose my.  head, if it wasn't tied on, but  I'm keeping my fingers crossed  that it might turn up. I have a  terrible habit of laying things  down, and walking away. Left  my purse the other day, and half  way home remembered I should  have it with me. Went back, and  it was there OK. I realize I'll  not always be so fortunate. But  must be old  age I guess.  I have some hyacinth bulbs  for indoor planning, also some-  for outdoor planting. If anyone  wants them, also daffodils, phone  or call and will be glad to show  them to  you.  A   very   fine   response   to   the  VON appeal in the shape of  our  "First"   fashion  show,   with   the  help of the high school girls, and .  the  teachers,   a  very   interesting \  evening was enjoyed by all who  attended.   The   musical program,  all voluntary, was very much appreciated.     Approximately     $50  was   realized   after   all   expenses  were paid. While  on the subject  of VON,  a   very   interesting article   in   the   VON  quarterlv  pertaining to the treatment of polio  after they  come home  from  the  hospital.      Back    east   VON   are  treating at home three small patients,  it   is  a  long tedious  progress, this treatment,  after three  months   in   the    hospital,      they  were   returned   home   where  the  treatments were     continued    by  the parents and   the help of the  Nurse.   The   VON    complied    by  visiting   daily   and   carrying   out  the  required  treatments  ordered  by  the doctor   and  the    nhvsio-  theraoist.     A   small   child   finds  the    daily   exercises   very     tiresome, and trying. Various means  of  holding   their   attention   must  be  devised, daily thev   do  exercises  to   fairy  tale,  and  nursery  rhymes,   and   little     tunes.    The  small  one   plays   with   her   toes,  each   having   a   name   and   each  one being sink. They   dance and  sleep and talk in her little world.  This mav sound fantastic and far  above .the   imagination   of  most  of us, hut it is very real for her  for  it is by this means thnt her  toes become better,  enabling her  to walk   like other children.  Already  a   great   improvement    is.  shown. The toes which remained  still two months ago. are moving  now. It may seem long  and tedious   but   it   is  very    gratifying. *  With older children toys are employed to make use of their arm  Cite ttLtmd ��fehra pit.  Member   Canadian   Weekly   Mews-  papers Association   (B.C.  Division)  Authorized   as   Second   Class   Mail,  Post   Office   Department, -Ottawa  W. A. SUTHERLAND  Editor  and   Managing   Director  Published  every   Monday   by  The  Coast   News  Limited  Rates of  Subscription: ���  12 mos. $2;  6 mos. $1;  3 mos. 50c  United   States  and   Foreign,  $2.50   per  year.  Editorial    Department,    Gibsons    45  Telephones:  Commercial-    Printing,    Gibsons    45  Mold T&e Tax Horses  TAX REDUCTIONS.  These are welcome words to everyone but  to none are they so welcome as to the low income  groups.  School taxes are in the news at the moment  and it is believed there are some wrong impressions rampant in regard to reductions.  Applications for reduction in school taxes  must be in the hands of the School Board prior  to November 1. These applications can only be  made with respect to the coming year's taxes.  Ruling on this may be found under section 114  (2) of the School Act.  Our School Board, like many others, has set  up a committee to review the applications when  they arrive. This committee has not as yet defined its own set of rules but it is believed certain clear-cut lines can be drawn which may be  of help  in guiding  future   applications.  We are very sure, without having ever been  told   in   so  many   words,   that   applications   for-  complete   removal   of  the   taxation  will  not be  considered.  It is believed the committee will, unless very  strong evidence to the contrary is forthcoming,  not reduce any taxes beyond that of 1950. This,  in actual fact, means that very few will benefit  by the committee's findings and they only to the  amount of a very few  dollars. s  Few of our citizens, who will find themselves  needing taxation reductions will get much from  the special committee. It must be remembered  that the increase in taxes is negligible and even  then will only be for a short time.  We suggest most applications will die at  birth. We are all prone to jump on any wagon  suggestive of conveying us past the ogre of increasing taxes. The increase in our taxes because of schools will amount to less than $4 average per year.  Low income groups are even less than the  average which has, been struck.  Representatives are on hand to convey, on  behalf of applicants, the strongest possible story  for what is actually their constituents. We suggest every application should be brought to the  attention of your representative. He .or she is  part of the machine running your schools. Representatives then can make a' point of discussing  the matter with the committee. This, in turn  would help the commi'X'e to find the fair and  proper solution to this somewhat wrong impression  story  that is  now going the rounds..  We suggest very little help will be given applicants. We believe very little can be given.  Any concerted, full scale attack should be made  against the department of education-finance in  Victoria.  Do not expect your School Board to answer  j-our taxation worries. The very best they can  and will do is to put you in the same position  as last year.  muscles. Another factor in the  little patient recovering from  polio, is their low resistance to  other diseases. They must be  watched continually. Very often  they will run a fever for no apparent reason, meaning a continuous checkup of temperatures  daily. This phase of VON work  though slow and tedious is very  gratifying. To see a limb move  which had been still ��� to see a  child walk who may have continued paralyzed is well worth  any time, patience and work.  Well we're back in the,, world  series, and it's baseball from  here to breakfast, and I'm pulling for the Yankees.  Well I started taking stock' 6_  my house this week, and it just  about floored me. I don't know  where to get really started, I'm  working in fits arid starts, so  many loose ends, it seems hopeless. Cupboards, if I open the  door, everything falls down in  my face, I shove everything back  in and shut, .the .door, ..figuring  I'll worry,.,, about that one next  week. I guess by Christmas I'll  be out of the trenches. And maybe around that time, I may real- *  ly be a,."Lady of Leisure". What  a hope.'  I like this written by Ethel  Barrymore. When life knocks  you to your knees, which it always does and always ��� will -���  well, that's the best position in  which to pray, isn't it? On your  knees. That's where I learned. I  don't doubt that you  did too.  Through with wishing, through  with throughs? Advertise more  in The News.  NITA  BIEBER, who was discovered  as  a dramatic  "find"  while performing a specialty dance in M-G-M's "Nancy  Goes To Rio". Now, they say she's going places and you'll  be seeing her next in "Summer Stock" with Judy Garland  and Gene Kelly.  TheyTl Do It Every Time  i*fttMi*4 u. s. to** o��w  By Jiinmy Hatlo  YOU TAKE OVER THE PRACTICE, Y WHAT IS HE -A COACH OR ^V HE THINKS A  f ' EBBO-X eOTTA BE IN TOM ft* J, A SPIELER ON A. SISMTSEE/NS ] T-FORMMoH  THE ATHLETES FOOT BROADCAST  ^T   t?/ic?TUPrcw��icxiirt:D    7 1^.���  1  VS  AT SIX AND THE BOOSTER CLUB  PINNER LATER. I WON'T BE HERE  TOMORROW/-60TTA TALK AT'THE  PEANUT-SELLERS' LUNCHEON-  60JW' ON TELEVISION ATRVfel ���t  AN'OUESTOAJ THE *LET, SM  'EM RAVE'PROGRAM  AFTER THAT- ^& ^  BUS? THE CENSUS TAKER  IS HERE MORE "ff-fAN ft�� IS  them pinners!  The food ain't bad  enough- voc1 got id  listen td him too-  iS A STEAK?  ONE MORE LIKE  LAST SATURDAY  AMD HE'LL Me  10 ENLIST-  ��*���!  IQ-S >-<=*'  W-  pi-   ,,'  >COPaTia50^k!S'O.FEATUEES SYNDICATE."I_k_;YWOSU> RICHTS-SC.f.RVED.  '    '   "        UH!.'"* ���*    ��� " III   i    mil ...    _ I  LIJ.-UH,  .    P.        .  Talk about back-  field IN MOT/OM  HOW ABOUT COACHlE,  TfE TRIPLE THREAT OF  THE t^ER/CIRCUIT?:  DAVIS BAY*  By  Robbie  MRS  J.  MERRIN with her   son,  is   spending   a holiday   at   the  house which her family occupied  until a short time ago. They  are  guests of Mr and Mrs R. Waters.  Joe is as well as ever, and  wishes to be remembered to all.  Mrs Thompson and her sister  Mrs Haslett, both of Vancouver,  are spending a couple of weeks  at the Thompson summer home.  There   is  quite  a   scourge     of  that 24-hour flu kicking  around  these, days, Mr and Mrs R. Murray has had a bout with it; Mrs  H. Macleod   has pretty well recovered, while Mrs G.   McPeake  has found it necessary to stay a-  bed for a few days, and several  members   of   the  Ladies'     Glee  Club  were absent from rehearsal for the same reason, however,  the   news   is   definitely     better, ;  and   they   are    all   feeling    tops  again. For the second time in two  weeks, Mrs G. Reid has gone to  the   city,   to   see  her   daughter,  who is on the sick list. The writ- ^  er's wife has also gone to Van-')  couver  and   for. two   very  good,?  reasons.     One,   the  wedding   of^  Doreen Marshall, whom many "of j  you will remember used to holi- I  day   here   quite   often,   and   the j  other reason is to see her daugh- (  ter and   grandchildren  prior    tq,!  their departure for the east. 'Cply  Bill .Storey,   the son-in-law,  has <  been  transferred  to   Came Bor'*  den.   Bill  has  been   in   the   airi*  force   since   the     beginning     of'^  world war two. -Li  The dance, held under the aus-f  pices  of the WCCC was quite a\;  success last Saturday  night. The';  next  one will take place at Roberts   Creek,   Saturday,   Oct.   14.'  I received a rather agreeable;^  surprise on Monday evening;  last, which was the occasion for.  the first rehearsal of the chil-,  dren's choir, fourteen eager, hap-'-  py youngsters turned out. and*  went through the pacings like &��  bunch of veterans, they are very;*  ar>t students, quick to learn, arid*,-!  very attentive. There are still?  vacancies, and may I suggest that;  if you know of any girls, ovep  the a_ge,of twelve, and who arm  interested in singing,, please sen|fj  (Continued  on   Page  3)      ;Mk  We Lead the Harbour  with  Dry Goods,  China,  New, fresh supplies.  A complete stock of  kitchen and home  essentials  MURDOCK'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  > f  t s  k  mmm  '���'-'������ y "��������� '^\--W-fi'dS^-k '������������:���.'���'���������:'-  GAS STATION  BETTER CAR CARE STARTS HERE PENDER HARBOUR  By "SARAL'  C^ *CHEER'LY MAN ^Cj)  ; '      c.  Ob Nancy Dawson, bio! ...  Cbeer'ly man,  She's got a notion, bio ...  Cbeer'ly man!  For over a century Lamb's Navy  has been the call of those who know  good rum. Smooth and mellow, it  is matured, blended and bottled in  Britain of the finest Demerara Rums.  Lamb's Navy Rum  This advertisement is not published or  displayed by the Liquor Control Board or  by the Government of British Columbia.  ��* An old sea shanty  MR AND Mrs Lynn Davis have  taken,a trip to Vancouver and  if time permits on board the  "Edith E" they will journey' to  Everett,   Washington.  We are glad to see "Pop" Rose  back again from his visit to the  doctor in Vancouver. Congratulations are due to Bill and Dot-  tie Donnelly on the birth of  daughter in the North Vancouver General Hospital.  Bill Davis aboard the "Lucky  Strike" and Laurie Sabolinen  are also home from the north.  Bill Scoular had the misfortune  of losing a very fine Jersey cow  recently. Seemingly the animal  fell over a steep bluff and broke  its neck. r  Mrs   Smith and daughter, Mrs  W. Newick have recently arrived  ' home from Vancouver. Mrs Newick has been "under  the weather" for a short time.  Mr E. Tooker, Sr, was a  week-end visitor at the home of  his son and family the E. Took-  ers, Madeira Park.  FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASSONS  PHONE GIBSONS 76W  Mrs. E. Nestman  Immediate Service.  COW  FREIGHT SERVICE  -   EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY  '" Logging Trucks and Trailers  Excavating Shovels Moving Vans  All Building Materials  R. M. INGLIS ��� GIBSONS AGENT  .      ���'"" Phone Gibsons 50     rK X- ������ :X .���������?>������; :*~-'-  CHAMPION & WHITE LTD.  1075 MAIN STREET  PA. 6539 Vancouver ���   PA. 9171-2  Can You Give These Items  The Safety  *  Leaky Roof  Drafty Doors���Windows  If Not  We Have the Answer to These  Problems  Ceilings Insulated  ....                                    1  Unpainted Porches���Steps                  |  : i  Damp Basement Walls  Old-Leaking Gutters  flBlowback���Cracked Chimneys  .  .                                             1  Plugged Drains                                        |  ���            '               '                                       1  Gibsons Building  PHONE 53  aat-tfi wtfMiiii-i wiffw  -"���<'/"   V.VWWV-"  THF^OAST^NEWSTMonday, October 97~1950  MORE ABOUT . ���. .  flwrr-  "Wife Preservers  -V ft  (Continued from Page   2)  them along. The more the merrier.  The news for this column, is  like my paper, running out  (that's notepaper) but before  concluding this, the shortest of  columns, I would like to pay tribute to . the outspoken editorial  in last week's issue. True, we are  selfish to .a degree, but at times  we feel more resentful toward  the government I think when so  many promises are mere idle  words rather than the lack of  work carried on in the different  districts. The editor may, as he  says become most unpopular,  but that could only be with the  slim minority. B.C. is a large  province, and if the estimates  do not cover this or that section  for road repairs, I suppose there  is nothing we can do about it.  Incidentally, speaking of filling  pot-holes, how do you figure the  flowers come to be growing, almost in the middle of the road,  in front of my house? I didn't  get the gravel off the beach to  fill those holes.   So-long.  Don't put food on to cook and then  take a nap unless you set the-alarm to go  off when the food is done. You may oversleep, burn the food and fill your house  with smoke.  Optometrist  GIBSONS  PHONE GIBSONS 91  Office Hours:  9:00 a.m. fro 5:00 p.m.  Evenings   by   Appointment  Every   day  except  Thursday  Why   go   to   Vancouver for  Optical  Service?  JUNE ALLYSON features this  fulj-skirted sun-dress in her  next M-G-M picture, "Right  Cross." It's red, yellow, blue,  and white striped chintz with  a snugly-fitted halter top. -*���  �����������w���w��m.i mi miiiiii ������ ������_____wt______��  Murdoch's Landing  By MYNER  ���nn-naBanz_B_____--n-~n_K___E--_U---i______B_-_n  MRS   HORACE   Williamson   recently    entertained   the   ladies  of the Point at tea.  The   trollers are   beginning  to  'drift back   again.  Norman  Sleep  came in a little time back as did  Gord and Marie Roy.  St Mary's Hospital has been  doing itself proud by reason of  an influx of local persons to its  J^white^alis and beds. Mrs 'Bill  Hodson started the jaunt which  soon included Ned Garvey then  Matt Dillabough and then Norman   Sleep.  Miss Marlene Dillabough recently paid a visit with her family. We have missed her since  she went to live in Vancouver.  Means Radio Time,  and  FRESH  THAT'S A QUALITY OF OUR BATTERIES  RADIO OR FLASHLIGHT  Our quick turnover assures you  of  new,     full    life  batteries always  MARSHALL'S HDWE.  GIBSONS 33  The New Shipment of Thames lk Ton Pickup  and  Prefect Cars  DUE TO ARRIVE IMMEDIATELY  Are the Answer to Your Travel Problems  Place Your Bargain Order Now  Come In and Drive One Yourself  PREFECT  Ai- This Price These Cannot Lasfr  Complete with heater installed!  NO. 1  WILSON CREEK  NO. 2  SECHELT  NO. 3  GIBSONS  ��___n.-m >.---i.-ffpT_r__<��-_. 4  THE COAST NEWS, Monday, October 9, 1950  "OSCAR/' a two-month-old calf bought by an animal' collector is currently being shown in Paris. "Oscar" has two  heads and four eyes in one, otherwise normal body. The left  brain controls the calf's hind quarters while the right brain  commands the front. Oscar is not expected to live since he  is unable to chew any solid food. He is shown being fed milk  from two bottles. In the course of a day Oscar drinks 2]/2  gallons of milk.  COAL  Order Your Winter's Supply low  All Types and Sizes  New Low Prices  R. M. INGLES  PHONE GIBSONS 50  have you any  Steel scrap Is urgently needed by British  Columbia's new steel industry-���to fulfil  the requirements of essential industries.  We will pay cash for all the steel scrap  you can provide.  Phone, write or wire for full details.  VANCOUVER STEEL CO. LTD.  25 Granville Island, Vancouver, B.C.  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(WESTERN BRANCH)    |  805 Dominion Bldg.     -     Vancouver, B.C. ���  Send Contest Information and literature tos |  I  I  I   Name ~  |   Address  I  SECHELT  By "ARIES''  WE LEARN with regret of the  passing in Vancouver very  suddenly of the infant daughter  of Mr and Mrs Keith Killick. It  was only recently we had congratulated Mr and Mrs Stewart  Killick on the birth of a much  looked for granddaughter. We  are -very sorry indeed to hear of  their   loss.  Here on a visit from Seattle  is Mrs Boudouin, formerly Alma  Haskamp and friend Miss Virginia Sparks both staying with  Mrs Beth Hascamp. We hear  they are having a good time.  Mr George Gowland is here  for a few days with his family  before leaving again for Port  Alice where he is employed.  Away in Vancouver for a few  days is Mrs Nels J. Nelson visiting her husband who is still a  patient in Shaughnessy Hospital.  We hope she finds him in better  health.  Visiting her daughter Mrs  Thelma Brooker is Mrs E. W.  Davis of Vancouver and friend  Mrs M. Poole.  Chapel  of Christ  Church   Cathedral,  Oct.  30,  was the   scene  of     the     marriage    of    Elaine,  youngest   daughter     of  Mr  and  Mrs George Gowland of Sechelt,  and Mr Lance   Stephens, son  of  Mr and Mrs Stanley Stephens of  Simoom   Sound, B.C. Very  Reverend   Cecil  Swanson   officiated.  The  bride,   a   very popular   Sechelt  girl,  wore   a  French   blue  gabardine  dress  with   close  fitting little pink feather hat with  pink     accessories    and    corsage  bouauet of pale pink roses. Attending her sister as  bridesmaid  was   Miss   Lily   Gowland     who  wore  a   gold dress  with a   blue  feather hat and blue accessories  with  a   corsage  of pink    carnations outlined in gold. The bride's  mother chose  a navy   blue  tail-  leur with pink blouse, navy hat  and gloves and also wore  a corsage  of   pink    carnations.     The  groom's   mother wore   a French  grey ensemble with top coat of  white mohair.    The   bride    was  given in marriage by her father,  Mr Geo. Gowland.  and the best  man    was   Mr   Alec   McKay   of  Hope,  B.C.   During   the   signing  of the register the bride's sister,  Mrs R. D. Kean of Mission sang  O Perfect Love (beautifully rendered,  a   glorious voice)  the reception  was held  in   Peter Pan  Cafe and was attended by many  out-of-town     visitors     including  Mr   and  Mrs  Alec  MacKay     of  Hope,   B.C.  Mr  and   Mrs  R.  D.  Kean and Brian and Wayne, Mission, B.C., Mr  H.. Roth, Simoom  Sound.  Mrs . M.   Brown,     Selma  Park; Mr and Mrs Oliver Griffin,  Ricky, John and Roselyn Griffin  of North Vancouver. Also Mrs A.  C.   Graves,   Vancouver;   Mrs   A.  McKay, Vancouver;  Mr and Mrs  A. Pratt, Vancouver; Mr and Mrs  J. Bias, Mr  and Mrs J. McGov-  ern, Mrs L. Sanders- Mrs I. Osborne,    Mr   and   Mrs   M.   Carl-  strom, Mrs S. Hart, Mr Alf Lock-  nen, Mr Ray Page, Miss Yvonne  Brooker,  Miss Jeannie MacCrea,  Miss   Beryl  McLean,   and many  others. The happy young couple  are on  a motoring trip for their  honeymoon and on their return  will reside in the 'Orchard Vil-  ��  las', Sechelt. Mr Stephens is  employed at Crystal Lake Logging Company. May we wish this  popular young couple Lance and  Elaine every happiness.  Sechelt United P-TA was off  to a good start at the first meeting of the season held in the  school recently. A public address  system is being purchased and  it is planned on 'a travelling library to be a new service sponsored by the local P-TA for  adults, reading will be for everyone, P-TA members or otherwise. It will be in charge' of the  Librarian, Mrs Alice French. A  very comprehensive report was  r~ead by Mrs Duncan McColl who  attended the joint meeting of  Teachers and P-TA members recently held at Pender Harbor.  Some worthwhile ideas came out  of this. Mrs Ken Whitaker, reporting for finance committee,  wound up a very successful  year. A delegation was appointed to meet the school board re  bus transportation consisting c3f  Captain Andy Johnston, Mrs Ben  Lang and Mrs J. McLeod. Pro  Rec was discussed. It is planned  (Continued  on  Page 5)  PENDER HARBOUR, B.C.  The  Oid-Established  General     Store  SUPPLYING  FAMILIES,  FISHERMEN AND  CAMPS  Latest   in   Novelties   and  Toys.  Fish Buyers  HOME GAS STATION  Mechanical Refrigeration  Fresh Deliveries on Hand  Always.  Steer for  Hassans' Landing  Midway South Shore  SECHELT BAKERY  A complete line of fine pastry  BREAD CAKE COOKIES  'Support Home Industry" as we help support it"  Wholesale Delivery  PHONE 49  THE ANSWERS TO  HIGH   FUEL BILLS  ARE  Now On  Display  Fairbanks Morse  CIRCULATING HEATERS:  From     79.50  ECONOMICAL  EFFICIENT  EFFECTIVE  We also have G.E. and Gainaday  WASHING MACHINES: HA 7ft  From                ���Wfct��# %#  Immediate Delivery  We back all our sales with future service  Gibsons Electric  PHONE 45  HIGHEST GRADE  smer  Bums and Jackson Sawmill  *_��� __  4  I  !  %  PHONE15M2  WILSON CREEK MORE ABOUT . . .  SECHELT  (Continued from Page 4)  to hold a mother's tea shortly  with Mrs H. Critchell, Mrs B.  Rankin and Mrs Postlewaithe in  charge. Formation of a boys'  bugle band was discussed, also  the possibilities of manual training for the boys. Colored slides  were shown by Mrs McColl of  May Day parade which was so  successful this year. Mr R. D.  Cooke is the new president, but  unfortunately was absent this  first meeting when the chair was  ably conducted by Captain  Johnston. Mrs Jack Redman is  secretary for second term and  Paul Strosheim, treasurer. It is  hoped the membership will be  doubled shortly.  We wish to congratulate a very  popular young couple on their  forthcoming marriage on October 21st in Vancouver. Miss  Edna Arlene May and Mr Frank  Postlewaithe, son of Mrs F. L.  Postlewaithe, Sechelt. Miss May  is the daughter of Mrs C. May,  Vancouver. Frank was a winner  in the amateur night recently  held by the local P-TA.  Mrs Alice Batchelor and Mrs  Ella Colson were chosen joint  convenors of forthcoming Poppy  Day at Sechelt Auxiliary 140  Canadian Legion assisted by Mrs  Wheeler, Mrs Syd McKay, Mrs  Peggy Prince, Mrs W. Uttley and  Mrs M. Lawson. Mrs Florence  Turner and Mrs F. Ritchie who  will be chairmen in their own  districts.  The Brownies held their recent meeting in the new Parish  DR. A. M. LOWE - DENTIST  Immediate Laboratory Service  PHONE 20H2  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  BEER BOTTLES PLUMBING and  HEATING  Will call and buy for cash,  beer bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls made at intervals from  Hopkins to  Irvines Landing.  R, H.  STROSHEIN  Wilson   Creek  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS  Registered Plumbers  PLUMBING  Sales   and   Contracting  ELECTRICAL WORK  REAL ESTATE  Reliable Electrical Repairs  Appliances,  Fixtures, Radios  Washing Machines  Everything Electrical.  G.E. Dealer  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone 45  Specialist in Coast Property  Consolidated Brokers Ltd.  Gulf Coast Office  Sechelt  Phone  37  FLORIST  '^-_pj^U��>4^  Flowers for all occasions.  We are  agents for large  Vancouver  florists.  Fast  service for weddings  and funerals.  JACK MAYNE  Phone Sechelt 24 or write  P.O.  Box  28.  GARBAGE DISPOSAL  JOHN     COLERIDGE  /AGENCIES       "     ���  Gibsons   and District's   Only  Full  Time  Real Estate  Agent  Phone Gibsons 37  TYPEWRITERS  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  Typewriter Sales and  Service  Agent for Remington  For Fast, Accurate Service  see  COLIN WINGRAVE  Gibsons,  B.C.  TAXI  GIFT STORE  PENINSULA CABS  24-Hour Service  2 Phones ��� 2 Cabs  WILSON CREEK and  SELMA PARK.  Phone   Sechelt  66  Headquarters for Wool,  Notions,  Cards,  Toys,  Miscellaneous Gifts  Gibsons 5-10-15 Store  Left of Post  Office  Gibsons, B.C.  BILL'S TAXI  Reliable 24 Hour Service  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Bill Mervyn  Phone Halfmoon Bay 7-U  MACHINISTS  HILL'S" MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding   anywhere���anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision Machinists  Fhone 54 Res. 78  TAXI  SIR?  call  Bill   Hunter  Sechelt  48  TRANSFER-TRUCKERS  PLUMBING-HARDWARE  Hardware, Plumbing Supplies  Heating Necessities  "Serving the Peninsula"  Marshall's  Hardware  Phone  Gibson���33  HANSEN TRANSFER  GENERAL CARTAGE  GOOD BUSHWOOD  Phone Sechelt  28  Sechelt, B.C.  PLUMBING  % Plumbing and Electrical  Supplies, Fixtures  Service  Sechelt Building Supplies  Phone 60  EARLY   MENTAL   HEALTH  Your child's training at home  is a potent factor in his development of a healthy mental attitude in later life. Every child  needs to be loved and wanted  and when he feels that this love  is~J not forthcoming his mental  development may be impaired or  distorted. Mental health begins  at  home.  THE COAST NEWS, Monday, October 9, 1950  5  BOWEN ISLAND 5Cil00l Up8IlS  LANA TURNER plays a mean  game of tennis on her private court when she isn't busy  at the M-G-M studio filming  "A Life Of Her Own."  By PEARL PUNNETT  MR  AND Mrs Jack Wilson  and  small son Peter have gone to  Cache Creek for a vacation.  Mr and Mrs Dan McLeod have  just returned from a week's trip  to Seattle.  Mrs G. Scott of North Vancouver was the recent guest of Mr  and Mrs Joe Matthew.  Sorry to hear Mr James Mc-  Kirdy has gone to Shaughnessy  Hospital for an operation. Hope  he will make speedy recovery.  Misses Whitlaw and McManus  of the Pie Shop closed down at  the end of September for another season and returned to  Vancouver for the winter.  Glad to see Comm A. H. Reed  back on the Island again after a  , long spell  in Shaughnessy  Hospital.  NELSON ISLAND���School here  will open Tuesday, October 10.  Mrs. Jessie Sherry, new school  teacher, arrived in this area Saturday.  A cousin to the Waldorf salad  may be made by mixing two  cups of shredded cabbage, one  cup of chopped apples, a few  chopped walnuts and French  dressing.  Sweet potatoes are rich in vitamin A.  A cup of red wine added to  the liquid in which you cook pot  roast heightens the flavor considerably.  Skinnymen;wosneii  gain 5,1045 lbs.  Get New Pep, Vim, Vigor  What a thrill! Bony limbs fill out; ugly hollows  fill up; body loses its sickly, "bean-pole" look.  Thousands praise Ostrex. weight-building tonic.  Enriches blood; aids appetite* digestion, so food  gives you more pep. nourishment, puts flesh on  bare bones. Don't fear getting too fat. Stop when  you reach weight you desire. Introductory size only  60(5. Try Ostrex Tonic Tablets for new pounds,  new pep. vim and vitality, today. At all druggists.  E2S_______________SX  BLOTT'S GENERAL STORE  Quality  Groceries   ���   Drygoods  Daily Delivery ��� Phone Your Order  ROBERTS CREEK 20U  PEGGY Knudsen has  rejoined  CBS' "Junior Miss/' Satur-  dqy^comedy series, in the role_  sne originally played���-that of  Lois, Judy's older sister.  For Sale  43 Mink and Farm Equipment.  18 Males and 25 Females  Rock Bottom Price of $1500 includes  15 cubic feet deep freeze. 200 lbs. per hour  Meat Grinder ��� Pens and wire sufficient for 40 pens  Meat saws, knives, cleavers, wooden spoons etc.  The   complete business  will   return  the asked   price  within one year  This is a must of a buy  R. STROSHEIN  Wilson Creek  _________  ���i*  ���*���  A wise man once said: "Thirteen at table is only to be dreaded when there is only enough for  twelve."  Hall at St Hilda's Church. We  feel that the Hall will be put to  very good use this way and the  Brownie leaders, Brown Owl Betty Williams and Tawny Owl  Irma Laycock, were very happy  about it.  Remember the Erick's family  who used to live in Sechelt? We  have heard that little Eddie is  a very sick little boy and in the  children's hospital, with diabetes.  One hardly knows what to say  at a time like f this only that we  do sympathize with the Ericks  and our good wishes go out to  them at Port Hardy.  Wxt (Boast Mews  CLASSIFIE  ADVERTISIN  3 Lines (15 words) for 35c 3 Insertions (same ad) 75c  Extra words, above 15-word mm., 2c each.  Cash with order.  Notices, Engagements, Marriages, Deaths, etc., 75c Insertion  LITTLE ADS . . . BIG RESULTS  C-3S  MARK TRAIL  brings to justice the enemies of nature.  The adventures  of this guardian of th��  wilderness  are  heard each  Tuesday  and  Thursday from 5:00 to 5:30 p.m. on . .  Repairs*  ANDERSON'S  Shoes, repair department  now   open.     Experienced shoe repair man in attendance. 2880-1  FOR RENT:  COTTAGE on North Road, 3  rooms, hot and cold water,  wired for electricity, 4 acres,  barn and chicken house, much  fruit, $15. Apply Packham's,  Granthams Landing. 2883-10  ONE  SECOND hand oil   heater,  model 2010, $75.00; one single  bed complete, $15. H. G. Findlay,  Davis Bay.      ' 2879-10  ONE BROOD sow, last litter in  June of 13 young. Weight  about 300 lbs. Price reasonable.  Apply J. Phillips, Kleindale,  Halfmoon   Bay. 2878-11  TWO 9-MONTHS-OLD gilts, $75  each. One registered York  Boar, one brood sow, 3 years old  (open) unrelated, $150 for the  pair. R. H. Henton, West Sechelt. 2884-9  PERSONAL-  SHIP BY Gulf Lines Express to  or from Vancouver. Low rates.  Fast   service.   Careful   handling.  Specify Gulf Lines Express,    tf  UNWANTED HAIR '  Eradicated from any part of the  body with Saca-Pelo, a rernark-  able discovery of the age. Saca-  Pelo    contains    ho    harmful  ingredients, and will destroy the  hair root.  LOR-BEER LABORATORIES  679 Granville Street  Vancouver, B.C.  1934   CHEV.   sedan,   fair   condition.  Cheap for   cash.    Phone  Sechelt   75. 2884-9  LEGAL: "  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  TENDERS will be received on  or before 1 o'clock p.m. on  Monday, October 23, 1950, for  the grading, clearing and filling  of a portion of the Madeira  Park school site.  Specifications may be obtained  by applying to the   undersigned.  The lowest or any tender will  not necessarily be   accepted.  MRS.  ANNE  BURNS,  Secretary-Treasurer,  School   District  No. 46  (Sechelt)  Gibsons, B.C.  2  LEGAL  NOTICE  TO   CONTRACTORS  TENDERS are invited for the  construction of a dam on the  creek which flows into Co-op  Bay, Egmont, B.C., and the laying of 600 feet of 4-inch pipe  from the dam to connect with  the 4-inch line laid from the  school. Specifications may be  obtained   from   the  undersigned.  Tenders, in. sealed envelopes,  marked "Water Lane and Dam,"  will be received by the undersigned on or before 1 o'clock p.m.  on Monday, October 2, 1950.  The lowest or any tender will  not necessarily be accepted.  MRS. ANNE BURNS,  Secretary-Treasurer,  School District No. 46  (Sechelt). 1 6  THE CUA5I   Ntw_>, Monday, ucroDer y,  i^u  WINNER of the adult first prize in the home beautification  and improvement contest sponsored by the Veterans'  Land act administration is Luke Bowman, of Downsview,  Ont., shown with his wife. The contest was open to 5,000  veteran small-holders. On Bowman's two-acre plot he developed an orchard and a nursery, built a five-roomed red  brick veneer bungalow.  Insurance for Every Purpose  PHONE GIBSONS 42  N.  RICHARD  McKIBBIN  SUPPORT    SECHELT'S    VOLUNTEER    FIREMEN  Bumper Dance  OCTOBER Zl  ROBERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HALL  Good Music        Refreshments        Novelties  "Help the firemen now to help you later"  .-Tr   rt  Use "News" Ad-Briefs To Sell Buy, Rent  ^V ft A  mmm barge <#mi>  TRANSPORTATION  MONDAY ��� WEDNESDAY  FRIDAY  DOORS CLOSE 4 p.m  Three freight trips weekly from Vancouver. Covered barge leaves foot of Roger  St. for Gibsons  Agent Reg Godfrey  Granthams   56  WORKING   MEN'S   BOARD  BY  DAY  OR  MONTH  Good Wholesome Meals  55 per Month  echelt Terf Rooms  Mrs. A. Parrish  By M. M.  ON SUNDAY, October 1, Mr and  Mrs H. J. Robinson, well-  known residents of Roberts  Creek, celebrated their fiftieth  year of married life. Mr Robinson was born in Londonderry,  Mrs Robinson in Glasgow, and  they came to this country in  1911, settling first in Manitoba,  then later moving to Vancouver.  Twenty-two years ago they -came  to Roberts Creek where they operated the general store now  known as'the M. & W. Mr Robinson ' was also post master for  the district. Ten years ago, their  daughter and son-in-law, Mr and  Mrs E. J. Shaw took over the  business,' and the Robinsons retired to their waterfront home  where they have resided since.  To celebrate their golden wedding, Mr and Mrs E- J. Shaw  held open house at their home  and a great number of Roberts  Creek residents -were on hand to  offer their congratulations. The  daintily appointed tea table was  decorated in a white and gold  motif, and pouring tea were Mrs  A. Learmonth and Miss Miller.  Visitors from Vancouver included Mr and Mrs A. Learmonth,  brother-in-law and sister of Mrs  Robinson; also her brother, Mr  R. S. Steele, Mrs Jessie Steele,  Mrs G. Darts, Miss J. Miller, and  Miss E. Miller. Visiting from Nanaimo was Mr Robinson's sister,  Mrs B. Carrott.  A baby boy was born Oct 2nd  to Mr and Mrs Martin of Beach  Avenue.  Miss Joan Beckham of Vancouver spent the week-end visiting Mr and Mrs Gordon Reeves.  Some of our well-known residents will.be leaving the Creek  this next week. Mr and Mrs  Murray McKenzie have sold  their house and are going to  Vanderhoof where they will reside in future.'  Mrs McDonald of Beach Avenue has closed her house for the  winter, and gone to Vancouver.  Baby Brenda Soukovyoff has  made such good progress at the  hospital in Vancouver, that the  doctors say she will be able to  come home next week.  :��  >P-  Mr George Woods of Beach  Avenue has returned to his home  following his recent trip to Portland and Tacoma.  Mrs Rookes and Mrs Shields  were victims ��� of the recent  plague   of hornets.   Mrs  Shields  See our large stock of  C-I-L  Paints  Wall   Papers  and  Accessories  Gibsons   Building  Supplies  was    siunj;    o\j    ua<jii.y     uiai,    va ��_��>_. t-v-px  had to be called. We understand  that Epsom salts used externally,  is a good remedy for hornet  stings. Any future victims, please  take note.  Mrs Lowe and Mr Al Barnes  had a collision with their cars on  Sunday afternoon. Considerable  damage was done to the vehicles,  but fortunately nobody was hurt.  Badminton has commenced  again. Wednesday night at the  Community  Hall.  Newcomers to the Creek are  Mr and Mrs Irving Robinson  who are building a very attractive home on the Lyle Road. To  Brlggs-Sf ration  New and Used Motors  Parts Overhauls  Agent  GIBSONS MARINE  SALES  Gibsons, B.C.     Phone  54  .  the   uninitiated,   the   Lyle   Road  is  the road that runs above and  parallel with  the upper road.  (Continued  on Page 8)  ?._.i��i_i_ui_��_p_____*_L��.^a_p->._...-p.^pl-^mf��^^  WILSON  CREEK  GARAGE  Following the first holiday closedown in 23 years, this  v/ell known garage, with its special, expert service  and G.M. dealership is again open for business. We  have an excellent mechanic irr attendance.  Watch for ihe shipment- of Chevrolet- cars due any-  day now  ROGER GREEN, Manager  5_ua_raE_____a____a___i-K----  Sechelt-Jervis Towing Oompany  Your   Local   Complete   Marine   Towing   Service  AGENTS:  Pender. Harbour: Bill Donley���Phone: Scehelt 11S2.  Gibsons: Reg. Godfrey���Phone: Granthams 56.  Nanaimo: Phone 555���Night:  1497 or 305.  Vancouver:  Phone PAcific 4553:  Night:  Kerr 6352.  Phone Us Collect- for Quotations  'Tractor Transport No.  1"���especially equipped for  hauling cats, trucks and logging equipment by sea.  Log Towing Scow Towing Pile Driving  Dredging Wharf  and   Float Construction  Breakwater Construction Marine Salvage  Salvage Pumps  *yy.  Union Store  FbR QUALITY ��� SERVICE  GROCERIES  HARDWARE  DRY GOODS  TOBACCO  FRESH FRUITS  CROCKERY  FRESH CANDY  MEATS  VEGETABLES  STATIONERY  CIGARETTES  FISH  THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL  4 PLY FINGERING WOQL:  4-oz.    .   75c  War m  Outdoor  A COMPLETE STOCK OF  Leather Jackets  Scarlet Backed Canvas Hunting Coats ������   New Mackinaw Windbreaker.s Heavy Cruiser Jackets  Drybacks  A wide range of woollen underwear, Gloves, Socks, Sweaters  Everything for the outdoor man at  THE MEN'S SH  GIBSONS HARRY REICHELT, Manager i^M^m^^mmmmm^immm^:  Printed   Letterheads  Printed  Envelopes  Dodgers,  Programs  Sales  Bills  Folders,   Price   Lists  Color Printing  ver Ask Yourself  , A bargain is not usually found under any kind of pressure or  impulse buying. And a bargain is not always what it seems.  In printing, for instance, even though you might shave prices  five or ten percent by shopping all over the city, you might  find that your economy was a bit costly.  WEDDING  INVITATIONS  Social   Stationery  Your newspaper is a service to your community. To perform  that function properly, it must be a profitable enterprise. To  be profitable, it needs wholehearted co-operation of every  buyer of advertising AND PRINTING in the area it serves.  Our commercial printing department gives good service at  fair prices. It is an important part of our newspaper business.  The more business we can do with you, the better our newspaper can serve you.  Why not give us an opportunity to do your next printing?  Blank  Envelopes  Printed  Envelopes  Ail  sizes and  styles  Paper  of  all  Qualities  and all sizes  Commercial Printing Dept  Hi  RUBBER STAMPS  any kind ~  for any  purpose  Order from Us 8  THE COAST NEWS, Monday, October 9, 1950  MORE ABOUT ...  Roberts Creek  (Continued from Page 6)  The P-TA are sponsoring a  children's entertainment to take  place some time near the Christmas holidays. The . performance  this year will take the form of a  musical play entitled "The Spirit of the Year", in which about  thirty children will take part.  Rehearsals for this will commence early this month. The  ,show will be under the direction  of Miss-, Margaret Mclntyre. Further details will be announced  later.  Ratepayers io  Hear H. H. Howay  SECHELT���Next meeting of the  Sechelt  and  District  Property  Owners Association will be held  in the Legion Hall, Thursday, at  8 p.m.  Guest  speaker  will  be  H.   H.  Howay,    provincial    assessor   of  taxes.  &lv*ea^  ROYAL  DEM ERA  RUM  Brown rice is more nutritive  than polished white rice because  the vitamins are on the surface  layer. ��� '  Jhis advertisement is not published or displayed  py the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  "SCOTLAND" TO VISIT WEST INDIES: The  recently reconditioned 26,000-ton Canadian  Pacific  luxury liner Empress of Scotland will  re-enter the cruise field this winter with  a series of seven voyages from New York down through the  sun-bathed Caribbean ports of the storied Spanish Main, beginning  December 22.  The beautifully-appointed  flagship of  the Canadian Pacific 'White Empress" fleet, shown  in  lower  left, will  feature indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a Lido  deck for sunbathing (shown at top), and buffet meals served  on  the  glass-enclosed  promenade  deck   (lower  right).  Traditional  Canadian  Pacific service and cuisine will be combined  with extensive experience gained  in operating  cruises to the  four corners of the world before the war. The ship will call at  Kingston, Jamaica; LaGuaria, Venezuela; and Havana on the  two  12-day cruises;  and in addition will caff at WiUemstad,  Curocao, and the Panama Canal on her 14-day cruises, which  begin Jan.  19. .  The dining car waiter had taken the customer's three one-dollar bills in payment for a $2.40  dinner. Presently, the waiter returned the change ��� a 50-cent  piece, and a dime. The customer,  a dour man, looked first at the  change, then at the waiter's immobile face. He rose from the  table, puffed on his cigar, picked up the half dollar, glanced  again at the waiter���with a cool  eye.  "it's all right boss," and the  waiter grinned from ear to ear.  "I wins mo' times than I loses."  WE HAVE  EVERYTHING TO  HAUNT  Hallowe'en   Hoverings  False  Faces Fire Crackers  Fireworks ��� All Types  at  Hardware  This one thing one never rues:  Plan, right   now   to     use     The  News.  SECHELT  DELLE CALHOUN was given this welcome by Coast-Capilano  MP James Sinclair as she visited Ottawa on her tour as  Miss B.C. Delle was Burnaby's entry in the PNE contest and  the tour was a prize to the winner of the contest.  C_ G. BALLENTINE - PHOTOGRAPHY  BAL'S BLK. GIBSONS  Member���Professional  Photographers Ass'n of B.C.   ���  _B-HD��7vnKi-^__SBvaBaK_ei_BaREa-i^Hnf-d--B  "News" Circulation Is ABC Guaranteed  MASQUERADE    SHELLOUT  IN  Quality for quality, we will  never knowingly be undersold, either here or in  Vancouver.  Peninsula Building Supplies  SECHELT ��� PHONE 30J  SCHOOL   HALL   GIBSONS  ^Friday, October 27  REFRESHMENTS  IN AID OF KIN CHARITIES  SAVE THAT DATE FOR FUN FROLIC FESTVITY FANTASY  IfWrlHIMBIIWim


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