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Array If Costs More Now  To Have A Baby  GIBSONS ��� Victorian. Order of  Nurses   service   costs  for    the  Sechelt area  have    been    more  than the money taken in.  Treasurer Mrs T. Waddell reported to the VON general meeting in United Church Hall, Wednesday that  $37 more has .been  i   scent than was  gathered during  |   the first ten months of operation.  i       Halfmoon    Bay    and    Roberts  j   Creek Auxiliaries have been the  j'  only two  groups reaching  their  !   quotas.      Roberts      Creek      has  |  launched ���" another money raising  f drive in an effort to combat the  deficit.  I VON Nurse Miss A. Baker re-  l ported she had made 1677 visits  ! this year compared to 2056 for  , last year. Nursing fees collected  this year amounted to $606 compared to $579 for  1949.  Due to Nurses' visits being increased  to   $1.25  per visit,   confinement   costs  have risen from  $5 to $7.50 and $2 a day visit tp:  ' the  mother 'and   baby following  / confinement.  Children at the Indian Resi-  I dential School have been tuber-  / culin tested according to the re-  f, port. They, who reacted negatively, were . vaccinated with new  serum���BCG.  Headland's Auxiliary "gave a  report and announced a tea and  sale of work in the United  Church Hall to be held November 22 from 2 to  5 p.m.  Many Gather for  servins a .Progressive and Growing  Area on B. C.'s Southern Coast.  Cover? Sechelt, Gibsons, Port Mellon, Woodfibre, Squamish. Irvines  .-.Hiding, Half Moon Bay, Hardy  Tsland, Fender Harbour, Wilson  Creek.' Roberts Creek. Granthams  Landing, Egmont, Hopkins Landing.  Brackendale, Cheekeye, Selma Park,  etc.  PROVINCIAL  LIBRA  I  TiTT-RT.'��JTct2I��  BY THE  COAST NEWS,  LIMITED  Business Office: Gibsons, B.C. National Advertising- Office. Powell River. B.C.  Vol. 4 ��� No. ^  Gibsons,  B. C.  Monday,  November 20,   1950      5c per copy, $2.00 per year, by mail  rP ���  ensio  Asset to Community  Is Mew Sunset Store  SECHELT���Indians, old age pensioners and veteran's allowance  persons may soon get a  new  deal,  according   to Arthur  Laing, M.P. addressing a meeting of Sechelt and District Liberal Association, in the Legion Hall, Thursday.  Mr Laing seemed unaware of        the   small   pittance   allowed   In-    the same  as old age pensioners,  GIBSONS���"We, and the Mac and Mac company behind  us ��� ^^"J61^ H!! !??kCTe ��Tn ?ew    Mr Laing contended.  He hinted  GIBSONS ��� Armistice Day was  / observed on' the Sechelt Peninsula in the traditional manner.  } Services were held at Sechelt,  Pender Harbour and here.  ^Wreaths were laid and services  ['said by the Legion padres.  h At Pender Harbour, a parade  |pf veterans and auxiliary personnel held services in the Madeira Park Community' Hall. At  >echelt wreaths were laid on the  have a belief in the future of the Sechelt Peninsula. Proof  of this is in the building and stock we have put into the store.  We intend to grow with the community."  ,   Manager Jim   Veitch    of    the      ��� :   newly opened Sunset Hardware,  voiced his views when he led, a  tour of inspection of the practically new building which "cost  manv many thousands of ��� dollars."  Building owner C. P. Smith  handled the construction which  is made to last for many years.  A list of costs sounds like the  annual report from the bank.  More than $500 was spent on  the battleship linoleum which  graces the floor of the three-  storey building. Each of the  many display tables in the hardware ��� section cost more than $260,  while the display cases are individually worth $140.  More than $1250 is what the  plate glass windows are valued  at. They will eventualy be spotlighted and 'boosted' with colored fluorescent.  Mrs Aljice Veitch will be in  charge of the enlarged record  and music department. She will  also   handle   all  accounts.    The  outline of the coming Indian  Act, taking exception to the arbitrary settling of certain relief  sums on every type of Indian in  Canada.  He believed each province has  different situations and should  be treated  accordingly.  On the question of old age  pensions (Mr Laing is on the  Parliamentary committee now  charged with overhauling the  present system) he pointed out  there would quite probably be  contributory systems in Canada.  There would also be two age  groups.  One. at the age of 70, would  be without the means test while  the second, granted to persons  in ill health before the 70 limit,  would be subject to a means test.  Pensioned soldiers should have  this would also be taken care of  in the near future.  At present many burned out  soldiers get much less than the  old age pension plan'allows.  Respecting Indians, Dr D. T.  R. McColl and E. Parr Pearson  pointed out that only $7.50 were  allowed the indigent members of  the tribe, then the government  decreed what could be bought  with even that small sum.  Mr Laing promised he would  look into the matter following  his return to the centre of government.  Captain Andrew Johnston, local Liberal party president, was  in the chair.  Refreshments followed the  meeting which was attended by  more than 40 persons.  JIM VEITCH  Boat Crashes  Al Sechelt  ,-,���   nA���~*.n���-u   ���Tl,,-���t,  _-+ ,3 Record  and   Appliance   Shop  in  he  tr.angle made tiy ..^Sechelt    stock is  now on dispia^ at tKe  .sEGdEtT'^ 'the 32-foot gillnet-    anuual report meetrng1 in Veteran's Hall.  Gambier School Gives  Nod as Rep to Drage  GAMBIER  HARBOUR���Francis  Drage,   J.P.  was   unanimously  elected School Representative, for the area qt the trustee's  (Highway and the wharf-road  At Gibsons, Legion Padre   H.  Oswald    conducted -   services  rior   to. which,   wreaths-   were  id   by   Legion.    President      S.  ladager and Branch 109 Legion  ^auxiliary   led  by   vice-president  jffrs L. Schutz.  A social evening was   held in  .ach branch during the evening  .if the Memorial Day.  ...       -  :   -   . ���     '   ���  hew store  which stands  on   the ter,  "Linda" had a narrow es-  site of the old.' cape from total destruction when  A new one-ton   truck   will be it   piled   on   the   beach   opposite  added which, in the words of the the   Union    Store " during    the  manager,     "Will   assure   express storm, Wednesday,  service to anywhere." Owner C. Gaff, New Westmin-  'I intend to work only in the ster,  had his boat contracted to  j&iilee  fyteei Provision  store from now on," Mr Veitch  said. "We intend to ��� have a  trained appliance and furniture  salesman on the floor at all  times. A ship chandlery section  will be in operation very soon.  (Continued   on Page 5)  Holland Retires  After 25 Years  Dawson   and   Wade,     when   she  broke her one-inch mooring line GIBSONS ��� More than 25 years  and beached. ��� - service for one employer was  Clarence Joe received minor given credit recently when Sid-  damage to his seiner when he ney Holland was the recipient- of  performed salvage operations on a purse  and   contents   following  the  "Linda".  tfBSONS  More than 200 new  School Board Meeting  names have been added to the  Voters' list of this village following amalgamation.  J  Only   three persons    attended  'he   court of revision when the  By MRS  E.  NESTMAN  START  on   the  clearing    of    a  school  site   for-Madeira   Park  tory,  and with the  Forestry cooperating  in   part  of   the  costs,  was given the green    light    by    felt  this  would    ensure   a  good  addition to the list was made by     School   Board   46   trustees   at, a     supply of water for both.  Municipal Clerk  Robert  Burns.       partial completion,price of $1500.        Dental  Program  well  on     its  New lists of Voters    will < be        Water supply for Madeira Park    wav,   and  a  report from  N.   R.             blaced at the post office and the     school  was  then   taken  up,  and     McKibbin,  shows that Dr Frank,   time   developing   his liking    for    as  the   Forestry  Department   is    getting through the territory out     growing thngs  also  anxious   to   get supply     of    west in record time. Work com-   rs  municipal hall.  Voting  for election    of    three  Trustee Norman   Hough acted as chairman. C.  A.   Lett,  J.P. filled in as secretary.  In accepting the nomination,  Drage pointed to the fine move  made in Gibsons by election of  Tom Humphries, CA, to the  board of representatives. He urged that Mr Humphries, "owing to  his vast experience and reputation should be elected as trustee  during the voting among representatives on November 30.  Drage stated "T have no ambition to do other than act as representative for the island, in order to look after island interests.  "With my veteran and welfare  work it will be impossible for  me to act as a trustee, if such  was the desire."  In thanking the speaker, Mr  Lett, also secretary of the Gambier Island Ratepayers' Association, remarked on the attention  granted Drage by  the  audience.  his retirement from Elphinstone  Co-operative Store staff.  The presentation was made  during a short ceremony in the  store.  Mr Holland started work for  the Co-op when Gibsons was  still in its childhood. He has seen  it grow from a few houses "used  by summer visitors," to its present size. He feels it is still a long  way from reaching its full  growth.  Owner of a small parcel of  land, Mr' Holland will spend his  Commissioners will take place on  December 14, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.  . Ratepayers' Association nominee for commissioner E; Attlee  failed to pass the' property bar-  ier. His' name will be struck  rom the list of potentiaL.com-  missioners, according to Commissioners.  water, it was decided to investigate the possibilities of a cement  tank, to be used as a storage for  water, from, the creek. Board  will contact the cement people  and obtain prices and costs of  such a project. It was the opin  pleted at Garden Bay, Britain  River, Vancouver Bay, and Deserted Bay. It was brought out  that not enough pre-school children are being included in the  program, and instructions - will  be issued to. Dr Frank, that this  ion   of   the   Board  that  a   well    �� definitely part of the program.  would certainly not be satisfac-  Miss Henson Was Busy  __  During Guide Training  and that they must be included  in the dental program. While on  the discussion of the children's  teeth, it was brought out by several Board members, that the  teeth of the children are showing an alarming amount of decay especiallv in the small children's age.  Some, of   the Board  positive,:-   given    a    little    more  training  on"  the  North  Vancouver floor and just a shade more  IGBSONS���Miss B. Henson, Girl  Guide trainer from- Vancou-    members   were, of   the   opinion,    experience, they will "take" the  ver, was guest of honor at two meetings of the Gibsons    ��?* ^er,e. 1S. definitely>   some-    cYO  team. .  -~   . ,    r*'           s       j D          .    n;    ,     M          u      a thing lacking m the water on the-  Guide Company and.Brownie Pack, November 4.     who*e   penfnsula.   This   matter  Brownie Owl Mrs M. Stenner     ������ ���       -     ��� win be discussed with Dr Frank,'  Following   inspection  conduct-     and his opinion obtained on  the  Depleted Tigers Lose  Very Close Decision  GIBSONS���It was a case of five boys against eight when Gibsons Kin Tigers tangled with last year's champion basket-  bailers and came out second best on a 27-25 score.  North Vancouver CYO was just a fraction too much for  the local men but the Tigers are   ';(igtnd Tawny Owl Mrs Betty Bal-  j lentine heid tests in nature study  during 'the    Saturday"' jtiorning.  Children      also    -learned     new  {games.  The     meeting     ended     with  Captain Jack Nestman . was  high scorer on the Kin team ���  two of his baskets were outstanding, according to team coach and  mentor, Father Ed O'Dwyer. "It  was basketball at its best," said  Brown     Owl    beingX'awakened    was particularly interesting  ed  by  Commissioner  Mrs   Clen- matter.  dinning,   Captain  Mrs   J.   Filley Permission    was  given   to Dr ^^    u^^^^  and    Lieut     Mrs    L. * Fletcher, Frank, to finish up  all the work ^"0 entlmstestic" padre"  games,     which    included   Guide at the Pender Harbour area, in- __       .���.     .,���  ���    X j.                 ,       ���                  ���, ���, ,             ,  training were playeci. Semaphore eluding   the pre-school  children, He   also  Paid  Ron  Godfrey  a     players are needed to round out  Kane were sound on guard.  "With a little more experience,"  said Father O'Dwyer, "these two  ���boys  will be very good."  Mike Poole was the only relief who got on the floor but he,  brother Noel, and Howard Dean  are nearing the stage, "maybe  next game" where they will play  throughout the game.  A call for help has come from  the  team. Another  one   or   two  so  i from   under   the   Toadstool   and " Many guides brought   samples there,  and will be able  to con  'Brownies repeating their prayer. X0f  their cooking training    with tinue- down to this  end  of   the  Mrs   E. ��� Cle.ndiniyng, BrOwnie them to  the meeting. ��� area:    Representatives  appointed  Commissioner;;; wa?guest of honr The Guide  Association wishes and   elected:  Egmont,  Mrs Jean  XorX . ���        ;X;-jXXX-.-.. to thank Miss  HensOn for    her Jeffries:    Nelson    Island,     Paul  During    the    Guide    meeting, very.informative discussions and Harding; Irvines  Landing, Leon-  i; Miss Henson gave instruction in for the time she gave so willing- ard~ Wray; Pender Harbour,  Mrs  y  constructive   games and pastimes, ly.,.;,:                                         /     ... (Continued on Page 8)  he will  not have to go back    high,comp_ime���t when recalling  the "outstanding performance",  given by the co-captain in defensive work during the last  session.  Bill Pye played a solid game  in spite "of worrying -about the  clock".  Wally    Sandberg    and    Chuck  the group. Applicants must be  under .18'years of age. See Father  O'Dwyer.  30IAH3S  AUVH8IT-1Y-I3TCAC ���$artl��  CUP   AND   SAUCER  SHOWER  Mrs. Frank Postlewaite was  complimented at a cup and saucer shower at the home of Mrs.  R. D. Cooke. Very beautiful  cups and saucers were received  during the afternoon by .this  young bride and the party was  a very great surprise "to her. Mrs.  Gordon Reeves played many  selections on the piano which  were much enjoyed. Among  those  present  were  Mrs.   Frank  Postlewaite Sr., Mrs. Alice A.  French, Mrs. W. Schott, Mrs. G.  Reeves, Mrs. B. Simm, Mrs. Fred  Mills, Mrs. F. Read, Mrs. T.  Watts, Mrs. G. Eldred, Mrs. W.  Waddell, Mrs. Ed Lee and Mrs.  R. D. Cooke. Little Susan Cooke  helped to unwrap the gifts.  Oil is found in Canada in Alberta, Saskatchewan, the Northwest Territories, Ontario and  New Brunswick.  THERE  will be new faces on the School Board  next year. A few of the public decided to  have a shuffle. We can only hope the decision  was wise, and the new men and women will approach the job of handling our schools with at  least a degree of excitement and the will to do.  The position is hardly one to be. taken lightly. Despite small gatherings from which these  members were appointed, and the seeming disinterest of the public in general, it should be  pointed out that the Peninsula is actually watching the actions of our school trustees, with considerable interest.  It may be well to remark that every child  attending school has parents somewhere on the  Peninsula. Those parents are hardly completely  disinterested in the School Board's action.  New members will be well to sit back for at  least one meeting and silently absorb the workings. -  We know of one new representative who has  threatened to shake up the Board. We know of  this man's ability (not Drage this time) and we  forecast he will remain a representative and will  be denied the position of trustee. This man's attitude is hardly a healthy one. If it were possible  for him to fill the trustee's position, it would be  bad for the future of schools. The attitude is  wrong.  Our representatives will elect trustees on  the last day of this month. We hope they do so  with a belief in the future of our children and  not for the sake of appointing some wiseacre to  create a disturbance.   '  Men like Mr Tom Humphries and Mr A.  Funnell are not on the Board to be "flim flammed" by some know it all. They are the type of  men who are the backbone of School Boards.  Their's is the planned decision, slanted for the  betterment of schools and pupils.  In some ways we are sorry to see A. E. Ritchey resign and   in some we are very glad.  Mr Ritchey is a man of knowledge and experience which has proved invaluable to the  School Board,  particularly during years  of  con  struction and major repairs. He has had many  years on the' Board and in various public bodies  throughout the Peninsula. These have given him  a surety in discussions which are of utmost value  when more tha'n three people get together in  order to make a decision.  By virtue of his position in private life and  his being chairman of the School Board building  committee, he has been the target for more sniping and inuendo  than any other member.  We will say this for blunt, straight from the  shoulder Al Ritchey, that he is man enough to go  through with the job when he so decided.  Many men took advantage of his positioh and  threw darts from cover. Others took good aim and.  let loose with a broadside against the big man.  But it was always an uncomfortable position for  him.  We were very glad when we heard he had  resigned. We predict he will certainly save money now. Working for School Boards can often be  costly, despite a rather liberal allowance for expenses.  Mr Ritchey is now in the position where he  can apply, for every bit of school work that  arises, he can apply and probably will be awarded these jobs. We think that is fair.  We' think that is the position Mr Ritchey  would have liked to be in but his sense of duty  kept him where everyone who thought they knew  something could prod at him.  The School Board will miss Al Ritchey, but,  as  in royalty,  someone  will  quite probably  fill  his shoes. '  One last word. Only one district thought of  thanking the Trustees for their year of unselfish  labor when they made their annual report to the  public.  Egmont stands alone in manners.  That���you new members of the Board ��� is  what will probably happen when you have worried yourselves sick for two years. There is no  glory in this job. Only abuse and 'I told you so'  from every .corner, after you have made your decision and probably lost.  Such is democracy.  Thank you .  To the many friends of Bud Paton, we would like to express thanks for their kindness in sending flowers, messages of condolences, and for their presence in town at  the funeral. To Father O'Dwyer for his kindness at the  funeral. To them all, we are very grateful.  MR. and MRS. JOHN SOLNIK  PAINTS  Casein Paints  Wallboards  # Wallpapers  Plywoods, etc.  We were all .shocked to hear  of the sudden passing of Art  Alexander in Vancouver last  week. Art was a former partner of Reg Godfrey for many  years up here.' He is survived  by his wife Sue in Vancouver.  He was buried in Vancouver  Tuesday.  A social evening held in Legion  hall to honor Armistic Day was  enjoyed by a very fine   turnout.  Member   Canadian   Weekly   Newspapers 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.  Editoiial    Department,    Gibsons    45  Telephones:  Commercial     Printing,     Gibsons    45  LOOK I . . . BY   MAIL  Canada's Finest Christmas Cakes and Puddings  RICK SASK FRUIT  CAKE  Plain or iced, 2 to 5 lbs -       1.10 lb.  DARK  PLUM PUDDITO  2-3-4   lbs -    90c  lb.  SCOTCH SHORT BREAD FINGERS  All  butter      50c   doz.  PURE  ALMOND  PASTE  '   Finest  quality   : 1. -   90c   lb.  Prices include postage but orders, sent C.O.D. carefully packaged in  lluminum foil for flavor protection during- shipment. For Special  Orders���Please   Write:  ORDER    mi ^ ftftflinv TAD   MA,L 0RDER  TODAY    Hie tUUlilt J Alt  DEPARTMENT  2145 W. 41st Ave., Kerrisdale, Vancouver, B.C.  FLOOR SANDER RENTAL  MILL WORK  SASH DOORS FRAMES  KITCHEN CABINET UNITS  CLOTHES CLOSETS  BOOK CASES, ETC.  Gibsons Building Supplies  Everything for the Builder  Phone 53  *\����y*4  **Cfon*  THE GOVERNMENT Cf  the reovna or Bfimsn oaaMn  DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY  *  r  Hon. W. T. Straith, K.C., B.A., LL.B., Minister.  R. A. Pennington, Esq., O.B.E., Deputy. Minister.  A. M. Gee, M.D., CM., Director of Mental Health Services.  CREASE CLINIC OF PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE  Essondale, B.C.  ROYAL NAVY  DEMERARA    RUM  This advertisement is nof published or displayed  by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  The Provincial Mental Health Services are administered through the Department of the Provincial Secretary and provide suitable treatment and care to meet  the many and varied needs of the community.  The Preventive Services comprise a group of Child  Guidance Clinics situated in Vancouver and Victoria  with a travelling unit covering other areas of the Province at stated intervals.  The Crease Clinic of Psychological Medicine, as pictured above, is an active treatment and educational  centre for the short term treatment of early mental  illness.  The Mental Hospital Services continue to provide active treatment and care for the more advanced types  of mental illness.  The school for the treatment and education of the  mentally retarded child in New Westminster has been  expanded and further expansions of this, division is  now under way.  The care of the aged is becoming an increasing problem requiring further expansion to , meet the ever  increasing demands. A separate division has been' created with, specialized, units to care for the aged mentally ill. Units aire now functioning at Port Coquitlam,  Vernon and Terrace.  Dress Up Your Home  foi CHRISTMAS  M  I  8 ���seism  terans'  THE COAST NEWS,  Monday,  Nov. 20,  1950  All Types and Sizes  -New Low Prices  _.��� __*������  PHONE GIBSONS 50  STUDENTS  WIN  THIS  ^CHISHOLM^  Cabinet Radio-Phonograph  Junior and Senior High School  Students of British Columbia���-If yoa  can write a 250 word essay, you may  win this grand Radio-Phonograph  your choice of other fine prizes if yon  don't wantthe radio. Full details about  the contest, free literature to help you  get started and complete prize list..;  sent on receipt of your name and  address printed on the form below.  Mail   it  now   before  you   forged  This essay contest ie sponsored by the Pulp and Paper  Industry of British Columbia to remind the Younger  Generation of the increasing importance of the-Industry  and the major role it plays in the daily lives of all who live  in this great province. 2-80  GAMBIER HARBOUR ��� Discussion on a proposal to change  the constitution of Unit 276 of  Army, Navy and Airforce Veterans will highlight the annual  meeting on the first Saturday in  December.  The meeting is usually scheduled for the last Sunday in November, Unit President Francis  Drage said. "Circumstances have  changed the  date."  Transportation for Gibsons  members 'will be provided, a  schedule of boats and departure  times will be announced later in  this paper, also notices in the  Village.  The unit urges that every,  member bring a prospective  member. "We have had an excellent growth during the past  year," Captain Drage reported,  "but with our new recreational  facilities, we should have little  trouble attracting new members.  It will also be proposed that  a vice presidency for the Gibsons area be appointed, also a  public   relations  officer.  Refreshments will ��� be provided.  PUlPtNOTRMMKIRV  CANADIAN PULP & PAPER ASS'N. (WESTERN BRANCH)    |  805 Dominion Bldg.     ���     Vancouver, B.C.  Send Contest Information and Literature tog  I  I  j   Name -  Address  L  Wm. McFadden  Optometrist-  GIBSONS  PHONE GIBSONS 91  Office Hours:  9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings  by  Appointment  Every day except Thursday  Why  go to  Vancouver for  Optical Service?  WHIT IS 1 CREDIT  THE UNION OF YOUR SAVINGS in on organized way  forms the basis of capital, which permits you to borrow more than you have  actually saved on the understanding you will pay it back out of future  earnings. Your efforts to save and good personal character inspire confidence in you and makes Credit available to you out of the Union of Your  Savings, thereby creating a  CREDIT    UNION.  GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION  The "Credit Unions Act" explains the powers and limitations of a Credit  Union, and it' is supervised by the Inspector of Credit Unions, who makes  an annual examination of all accounts.  ADMINISTRATION AND SECURITY  A Credit Union is administered by a Board of Directors, a Credit Committee  (who approve loans), a Supervisory Committee (who audit the accounts and  report quarterly to the Inspector). AM Committees are elected from the  membership. All persons handling cash or securities are bonded. Twenty  percent of all net earnings are placed in a reserve fund yearly.  YOUR SAVINGS ARE DOUBLED  YOUR LOANS ARE FORGIVEN  in the event of death before the age of 55 and graduated protection is  given thereafter until the age of 70.  For further information about forming or joining a Credit Union, contact  Mr. T. -A. SWITZER, Provincial Government Inspector of Credit Unions,  Court House, Vancouver, B.C., or the B.C. Credit Union League, 96 East  Broadway, Vancouver, B.C.  GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Attorney-General's  Department  The Hon. G. S. Wismer, K.C.,  Attorney-General  524  By PEARL PUNNETT  MR AND MRS .John Lister had  their daughter and granddaughter, Mrs E. Davies and  Sally, for the long week-end recently.  Mr Fred Billington was rushed  to hospital last week for an  emergency appendix operation,  and at the time of writing he is  making satisfactory progress.  Mr and Mrs Ken Hewitt and  Mr and Mrs Gordon Harding  were the week-end guests of  their parents, Mr and Mrs Douglas Harding. ; \.M.  Glad to see Mr James Mc-  Kirdy get off the boat on the  11th, home from a six weeks'  stay at Shaughnessy Hospital.  Our postmaster, Mr H. Thompson, is still in there, but hopes  to be home shortly.  Mr and "Mrs Stuart Jamieson  and children were the holiday  week-end guests of Mr and Mrs  James Collins.  A service was held at the Cenotaph here on Nov 11, conducted  b'y the student from United  Church, Mr C. Greenaway, and  gave a short but impressive message. Wreaths were laid by the  presidents of the men's and women's branches.  Folks seen coming off the boat  on the 11th for the long weekend were Mr and Mrs Cliffe, Mr  Alec Pithie, Mrs O'Brian and  Kathleen, Mrs   J.  Fairgrieve.  Mr and Mrs Peter Wood were  in to Vancouver last week to  visit Mr Fred Billington, who is  Mrs Woods' eldest son.  The regular monthly meeting  of the Women's Auxiliary to Canadian Legion No. 150 was held  on Nov 14.  A tea and sale of home cooking was held on Nov 13 at the  "Tub" with fish pond for the  children and tea cup reading by  Mrs Lena Farrell. The proceeds  are for the Bowen School Christmas Tree" which were $43.95. It  was sponsored by the "Wednesday" Club which has about 25  members.  We Lead the Harbour  with  Dry Goods, China,  New, fresh supplies.  A complete stock of  kitchen and home  essentials  Pender Harbour, B.C.  Use Coast News  Ad Briefs.  C-45  Walter ckeefe  (�� heard daily at 2:30 p.m. on the fun-  packed quiz, DOUBLE OR NOTHING.  You'll enjoy his informal interviews and  the interesting and amusing questions  when you dial...  DENTAL NOTIC1  A. M. LOWE, D.D.S., L.D.S.  Until further notice, my office at Roberts Creek will  be open Fridays and Saturdays only. Phone 20H2 for  appointments.  Immediate Laboratory Service  Continuity of Electric  Interruptions to electric service are very annoying to  the users and the British Columbia Power Commission  appreciates this fact and makes every effort to reduce such interruptions to an absolute minimum.  As the Sechelt Peninsula develops, clearing operations are necessary. These, when carried out skilfully,  need not result in trees falling across power lines. In  the past few months unskilled or careless operators  have caused considerable annoyance to power users  by interrupting service through felling trees through  the lines. In many instances, these operators do not  realize the physical hazard which exists, and in several instances it is miraculous that no one has been  hurt.  An energized conductor which has been brought down  is extremely dangerous; it endangers not only the  operator who felled the tree which brought it down,  it also endangers anyone who comes near it until  such time as it is repaired.  In the interests of the Sechelt Peninsula customers  the Commission must recover from the person who  caused the damage all the costs which arise from the  accident. Nothing the Commission can do, however,  can reduce the inconvenience nor guarantee that the  careless operator or a casual passer-by will not be  killed.  To protect yourself and others from serious physical  harm and to protect your neighbor's electric service,  please exercise the greatest care when clearing near  power lines. 4  THE COAST NEWS,  Monday,  Nov. 20,  1950  34  PER TON F.O.B. GIBSONS  Union Steamships  Sechelt 22  i nun i mi mm  TIII\NI'IIIIITIHI\  ^^*t^,  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  SECHELT AND DISTRICT  Take advantage of these unprecedented low prices  ONE TON OF  COAL  tor only $2.4  Delivered FREE up to a limit of 3 miles  ORDER NOW  Union Steamship Office  SECHELT  PHONE 22  ing with the younger children,  Mrs B. Williams would be only  too pleased to hear from them.  Manufacturing wage rates in  Canada have more than doubled  since 1939.  REGULAR  monthly   meeting of  Sechelt   Local   Guide  Association was held on November 6 at  the Sechelt Inn.  Plans were discussed and arrangements made to hold the  Annual Mother and Daughter  Banquet on November 24 at 6  p.m. in the Sechelt Inn. Invitations to visitors were approved  and will be in the mail very  shortly. Each Guide and Brownie is requested to bring her mother or a friend, to act as Mother for the  evening.  Members for the entertainment committee will meet to  make final arrangements for the  Banquet.  Mrs E. Derby, Guide Captain,  gave a report of activities for  the 2nd Sechelt Guide Company,  from June 30 to October 30, A  flag dedication service will be  held on November 26 immediately after morning service, in  the Anglican Church, Sechelt.  Guides and Brownies will lay a  wreath to honor fallen soldiers,  of the last two wars, at the new  Cenotaph. Service will start at  10 p.m. at the Legion Hall, Dedication Service to be held at the  Cenotaph at 10:30 p.m.  Mrs Williams reported on the  progress of her Brownie Pack,  and said she had four Brownies  to go into Guides, a flying up  ceremony would be held shortly  after the mother and daughter  banquet.  Help in the way of Guiders is  still being asked for, and anyone  feeling at all able is asked to  contact the president of the association, Mrs Bob CookeA or'  with Mrs J. Derby. A Brownie  Leader would also be appreciated, and if anyone   enjoys work-  PHONE GIBSONS 76W  Mrs. E. Nestman  Immediate Service.  Sechelt-Jervis Towing Company  Your   Local  Complete  Marine Towing   Service  AGENTS:  Pender Harbour: Bill Donley���Phone: Scehelt 11S2.  Gibsons: Reg. Godfrey���Phone: Granthams $6.  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  Say You Saw It In The "News"  Use "News" Ad-Briets To Sell Buy, Rent  SCOW  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  CHAMPION & WHITE LTD.  1075 MAIN STREET  PA. 6539 Vancouver PA. 9171-2  Captain Moan's  m totmi"  So serve something new and  delightful���cocktails and long  drinks made with Captain  Morgan Rum. There are two  brands. Gold Label is  rich and full-bodied.,.  'Black Label extra smooth  .and flavourful. Both brands  ���   make taste-tempting drinks!  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  ^ GWKTMAS suo*  tPV&V  4      *"w"*"~    *  A subscription to Coast News is one of the finest  presents you can send your friends.  There is nothing more lasting and memory recalling  than the local paper. *  For those relations and friends who have visited the  Peninsula, a weekly check up on all the affairs of the  area is a real present. You will be remembered every  week by merely sending a subscription notice to Coast  News. Gibsons. B.C.  $2 per year will answer your Christmas Gift Problem.  We also have personal Christnias cards from 14c each.  Orders of 50 or more from 12c each.  A Wide Range to Choose From  COAST NEWS  GIBSONS 45  / MORE ABOUT ...     -  New Sunset Store  (Continued from Page 1)  Professional fishermen may use  this 12 feet by 24 feet, warmed,  cement floored portion for repairs of their gear. This . is just  part of the service we intend to  supply.  "You may stress," Jim Veitch  said, "that this store is going to  excell in service to.-the customer  from now on. Service* is going  to be our motto."    .  A full furniture department is  in operation on the top floor  which is going to be remodelled  in the near future. Main line to  be handled will be famous  Kroehler brand.  It is believed the store will  soon feature a new line of sport  fishing equipment and lures now  being developed by a resident of  the area. "The fish will come out  on dry land after some of the  stuff this man showed us," Jim  chuckled. "It is really good looking equipment and we will be  only too pleased to help promote  it if it turns out to be quality."  Among the departments included in the new building, profusely illuminated and heated by  the first Peninsula installed controlled blast, automatic furnace,  will be a full line of plumbing,  Domestic Sewing Machines, full  electrical services,, including wiring and, very soon, radio repairs.  Chinaware and building supplies will also be included. RCA  Victor < and Stromberg Carlson  radios "will line the walls while  Frigidaire products will also' be  on display.  Mr Veitch came to Gibsons  five and one-half years ago, following a term as townsite manager for Sorg Pulp at Port Mellon. Prior to that he lived in  Victoria where he was born. He  worked for many years in shipyards, finally ending his service  with them as outfitting superintendent. One time president ojf  '-.he Board of Trade, he is still a  trong force in that body.  Mrs Alice Veitch is also a  member of the Board of Trade  in her capacity "as manager of the  Record and Appliance Shop.  They Wave one daughter, Claire,  now studying nursing in St  Paul's Hospital.  Sechelt West  By MARGARET ALLAN  MRS.    FLORENCE    Taylor    has  gone to town for a holidaj', also  Mrs. Pheobe Hansen.  Frank Walker and his logging  partner Roy Ericson have just  returned from a tour of the U.S.  Had a visit from Alex Kean  whom you all know, looking well  and prosperous. He says there  are a lot of carpenters idle in  town owing to this Korean business, readjustments being made.  , Have to report this way as I don't  see that a pseudpnym covers  identity  especially    in   a   small  Hassans9  PENDER HARBOUR, B.C.  The  Old-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  >*  ���hanging johnny  They call mc Hanging Johnny,  Azoay-i-oh;  They call me Hanging Johnny,  So hang, boys, hang !  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.  L*An Old Sea Skantv  place where everyone knows  everyone eslse. Paging Walter  Winch ell, now I am asking for  it.  Mrs. Bloom of Wakefield Barbecue has bought Mrs. Dorothy  Ericson's place.  Had tea at Mrs. Walter Mc-  Farlane's, met Mrs. E. Redman,  Mrs George Taylor, Mrs Florence  Taylor, Mrs. Fred Gibbons. Mr.  Mac has just had his 82nd birthday.  Bill Lorna is having solid rock  and cement steps put in front of  his house.  It was the quietest Hallowe'en  ever, not a sound was heard;  almost monotonous.  THE COAST NEWS, Monday,   Nov.  13,   1950  5  SECHELT BAKERY  A complete line of fine pastry  'Support Home Industry" as we help support it"  Wholesale Delivery  PHONE 49  veloped by Atomic Energy  .in the toughest test a motor gets!  New Atomic tool! By equipping test engines  with piston rings treated at the Atomic Energy  Commission's Oak Ridge Plant, our scientists  for the first time measured wear as it happened  ��������j_.JTojincLout jpith Geiger counters exactly why  moiofo0_'-^^'A'i^ew<l--^nwa8 developed!  Cold operation tests, under rigid controls,  were used to simulate stop-and-go driving conditions... the toughest kind a motor meets. New  "RPM" was compared*with the best of conventional motor oils.* Results were amazing!  New RPM Motor Oil was shown to double  the life of average automobile engines between  major overhauls due to lubrication. Laboratory  tests proved it. Severe road tests backed it up.  Finest engine insurance  you can buy  No motor oil gives you better protection than New "RPM." Compared with conventional motor oils,* it doubles the life of average  engines between major overhauls due to lubrication. It cuts in half  the wear-rate of such critical engine parts as piston rings and  cylinder, walls. It doubles protection against gummy carbon,  acid, corrosion, rust and varnish ... maintains the low-oil-  _ponsumptioii life of the average engine twice as long. Sold  with a money-back guarantee of satisfaction.  # "Premium Type" oils as designated bv th*  American Petroleum Institute.  We fake better care of your car *W*  T  ANSWER TO YOUI  BEATTY  THIS STORE OPENING SPECIAL SALE. WE SELL ON TERMS  CHRISTMAS BUYING. *  Every size and  shape of Duro  and Economy  brand of pots and  pans make the  ideal gift for the  festive season.  -IHE  VACUUM CLEANER  Model 93  im:ss  WASHING MACHINES  From  129.50 to 189.50  Frigidaire built only by  General Motors  FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS  299.75  349.00  379.75  229.00  6 cubic feet  7 cubic feet .  9.2 cubic feet  FLOOR POLISHERS  66.65  De Luxe Coldwall '_.__._.  FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC  RANGES  389.75  RcCA.   Victor   Radios  And   Stom&erg   Carlson  These two great names in radio assure you of lasting quality. There  is a complete line from the smallest mantel to deluxe Radio Gramophones on our floors now.  CHIN A WARE. Complete sets to individual cups and saucers.  Patterns galore and at new, slashed, store opening prices.  You will be amazed  at the low price on  this finest stemware. Use you r  credit. ;    * ���  QUAKER  _ HEATERS  * From  84.00 to 123.90  Heaters. Oil, coal and wood.  Large variety and express delivery service assures you of  heat NOW. Be comfotable this  winter. .  Our stock of Gramophone Records is the Peninsula's largest. Prepare for the long evenings  by stocking up at these slashed prices. Hill Billy,  Square Dancing, Jitter and Smooth as well as a  wide choice of classical, assures you of music to  your liking. Every table speed on hand.  GIBSONS, B.C.  PHONE GIBSONS 32 THAT'S WHAT IT WILL APPEAR TO  Y 0 U  WHEN YOU VISIT OUR STORE THIS WEEK.  ;  *  EVERY ITEM IS A BARGAIN DISCOVERY.  sr'-*' X>X   >  x X v  /vwwi^wiip^y. t w^-wiv.1  vi-/v^^*n��� j-s^wwaw jww^/rsjl*rAM*W*nr*!Vr*2nvr**!* -+*<&&%���?w$ ^  �����wwxrtwwj y������������������*��-upv^��^"rt^i*��*^^pjt-r*"'"* ���p'**'5  '^yw^fyi.nryyvy. "Wwywwwg  GUNS RIFLES SHELLS DECOYS COATS BOOTS SUPPLIES  flB^Jjf  We have the tools and hardware necessary  for the repair job which is too small for the  carpenter, yet too big to let alone. Come in  and shop around without obligation.  Our line of Seymour IsAartin paint is complete.  We also have every type of stain and varnish  needed to make your home completely modern in desigii.  One portion of our floor has been given over  to building material such as plywoods and  fibreboards. You can,see what you are getting  when you buy in our heated storage shed. No  warping from the weather.  This is a one job store. Do your remodelling with an eye  to the furniture and- fittings and fixtures you desire. We  have th��m all here. There will be nothing haphazard or  last minute when you design from our stock-  Insulation is an investment. A trip to our insulation  shelves will convince you of the savings you can make  in your annual fuel bin. We have an experienced heat-'  ing man now on our staff. Come in and discuss your  problems with him.  Is near and dear to a woman's Heart. We have everything the most scrupulous housewife could possibly desire in effects and equipment and thought provoking  merchandise. .        ���        *  A qualified plumber and  a fully qualified oil  burner expert are now on  our staff.  NOW YOU CAN  A SMART  Dining Roo  Or Nook  We have a floor laden  with furniture from  which you can choose  your own patterns.  TO VISIT OUR NEWLY OPENED STORE WITH  ITS VALUES AND ABSOLUTE MONEY SAVING  BUYS..  The Sunset Store is growing with the Peninsula ���  is growing with the tomorrows which are our iuture  For service fhaff is supreme and credit terms fha  your budget buying a pleasure call and see the  SMASHING OPENING BARGAINS NOW ON DS  AT  Gibsons 32 THE COAST  NEWS.   Monday,  Nov.   13,   1950  BIRTHDAY PARTY  Jean Lawrence is just six years  old and had a very nice birthday party which was held in the  Lawrence's children's very own  play house with a wonderful  birthday cake. Later on with  goodies too numerous to mention  a   good   time   was   had   by   all.  Two Big Features  Bowery Boys in  a  99  plus  "Square Dance  Katy"  Wed., Nov. 22 ��� 8p.m.  Fri., Nov. 24  7 and 9 p.m.  Madeira Park  Sat., Nov. 25 ��� 8 p.m.  ..-��� picture  that charms  its way  into  your  ���<J*heart...and  ^^.      leaves  remembering!  PYOUNG ��� HOLM  r*$m  f fr/*  TO THE STABLE"  HUGH MAKIOWE ��� EISA IANCHESTER ��� THOMAS GOMEZ  o.rtcitdbr HENtrKOSTEl ��� ri.d.cad br SAMUEL G. ENGEl  SECHELT  Thursday 8   p.m.  Saturday 7���9 p.m.  Madeira   Park  Wed. 8 p.m.  ���W.ltl  STEPHEN McNALLY  SUE ENGLAND <��� BARBARA WHITING  end infrtHfuona "WE DUKES"  Screenplay by Maxwell Shane and Dennis Cooper .  Adapted by living SMiIirun from Ms novel "The Amboy Dukes  -.  Produced and Directed by MAXwat SHANE  '  A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE  SECHELT  Mon. and Tues. Nov.  27 and 28 ��� 8 p.m.  f������jjmp_p.M_____n  SECHELT  By   ARIES  NOT MUCH to report this time  as we have been away again.  We were at the cenotaph service  at Victory square ahd a grand  turn out there. Met many old  friends and the seat allotted behind me we' noticed Mrs. Peebles,  well known to many in Sechelt.  She is the past president of provincial command Army . and  Navy Veterans. We spoke for  a minute or two. She enquired  after Mrs. M. Edwards and was  anxious to know if Ronald Edwards was on active service.  Said we would pass the word  along. Also met another lady,  one of my own ex-service group  there who told us she had recently been operating the Coffee  shop near Wakefield's. Never  dreamt that we were in Sechelt  otherwise would have said hello  some time. However says to say  hello to any old friends.of her's  up that way, especially Mrs.  Dorothy Erickson, so here it is.  Name is Mrs. Moore, now at  Gambier.  A lovely tea was held at the  Sechelt Inn when executive and  members of the Sechelt P-TA  entertained the young mothers  of the community. Greeted at  the door by Mrs. Hazel Critchell,  convener, and Mrs. Grace Cooke,  "wife of the president. The ladies  and their many pretty babies  were escorted to the spacious  lounge where at a beautifully appointed table tea was served.  Presiding at the urns were Mrs.  Alice French who was instrumental in organizing the local  chapter, and Mrs. Lillian Powell,  a past president of the local  group. Address of welcome was  given by Mrs. French and a brief  outline of the aims and objects  of P-TA was explained. Talented young people entertained during the tea hour, including  Heather McColl and* Karen  Stockwell with piano^. selections;  Betty Pratt, vocal selection ac- -  companied by Mrs. Stockwell;  Sharolyn Maywood and Sharon  Keeley recited.  Spending a short vacation  were Mrs. Frank Martin of Ioca  and Mrs. Ed Lindgren of Vancouver, both staying with their sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and  Mrs. Walter McKissock.  Glad to see that Nels J. Nelson and W. Elliott are both home  again from Shaughnessy Military  Hospital.  Power Saw Honing  Factory Ground  Every    Type    of    Round  Tooth  Expertly Honed  ED GREEN  Wilson Creek  November 7  November 8  a  November 9  November 10  MORE ABOUT ...  School Board  (Continued From Page 1)  Annie MacDonald; Kleindale, C.  Heid; Silversands, C. R. Fenn;  Halfmoon Bay, by appointment;  Sechelt, Mrs L. S. Jackson, H.  Aggett; Roberts Creek, A. Fen-  nell, E. J. Shaw; Gibsons, N. H.  Hough, E. Atlee, and T. Humphries; Gambier, Capt Francis  Drage; Deserted Bay, A. Gustav-  son; Britain River, V. J. Ramsey; Vancouver Bay, Arne Borg-  land; Port Mellon, Margaret  Swan.  Halfmoon Bay school is now  on a swing shift, and Miss Lois  Minish, has been appointed as a  second teacher.  The     Bowen    -Island     School  _____HB_t_H��__IIWHMMWWilW  Choir, which is practically 95  percent of the school, are spending the day in Vancouver, where  they   are   busy   making   record  ings, to be broadcast over CBR,  Nov. 22 and 29 at 2:15 p.m. The  music will be Hansel and Gretel.  They will oe taking part in  the school musical festival.  We wish to thank members of the Gibsons and District  Volunteer Fire Brigade for their prompt action and  courteous efficiency during the recent outbreak of fire  at our home at Gower Point.  This time the fire was not serious but it could have been,  and in many cases has been. It is nice to know that willing and efficient help is available.  The  Fire Department is to be congratulated  MR. and MRS. JOHN CATTANACH  A Complete  @  NOW  OPEN  SUITS  TO  FIT  AND   FLATTER  PRESSING SERVICE  Famous brand name shirts and shorts. Ties  from plain, true colors to the very latest in  design.  Sweaters and   Pants  A Complete Stock  We are budget conscious and have bought  with true economy in view.  You Want To Look Sleek ��� See Deek"  !EK'�� CLOTHES  SECHELT   VILLAGE    CENTRE   , PHONE    SECHELT    56,  2.5 degrees below freezing  3 - degrees below freezing  3   degrees below freezing    STILL COLD  �����  </  IO*'.  ���   S '  The Time Is  AND WtNTEIt   DMvwe*  Let us flush and clean out your radiator, put in the correct anti-freeze. Let us refill your car  with the new money back guaranteed RPM Motor Oil. You can then rest assured that you  will have no cracked blocks or radiators.  Remember, prices on everything are going up. If you need batteries, tires, or any winter-  accessories see us now.  Terms may be arranged on tires, batteries and repairs.  MOTOR  NO.     n  WILSON   CREEK  K 2  SECHELr  NO. 3  GIBSONS Double    back    and     front.  jackets.  Sizes  16-18   Woolen     mackinaw  We have a new supply of  TIES SCARVES  Prepare for Christmas  MEN'S SHOP  GIBSONS  THE COAST NEWS,  Monday,  Nov.  13,   1950  9  ^^wn^^M^^S^���M"^^  I^^M tfl-MI  Business and Professional  ECTOR Y  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  BEER BOTTLES PLUMBING  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  Plumbing and Electrical  Supplies, Fixtures  Service  Sechelt Building Supplies  Phone 60  CAMERA SERVICE  PLUMBING and HEATING  FREE CAMERA SERVICE  Buying  a ..better  camera   or  other yphoto  equipment?  Your professional   photographer   will  gladly  advise  you. Call,  phone or visit C.  G.   Ballentine,     Bal's  Block,  Gibsons.   Residential   phone,  Granthams 79W.  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS  Registered Plumbers  PLUMBING '  Sales 'and   Contracting  REAL ESTATE  ELECTRICAL WORK  Reliable Electrical Repairs  Appliances,  Fixtures, Radios  Washing' Machines  Everything  Electrical.  G.E. Dealer  '    GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone 45  FLORIST  iVr-i^o-pV^a,**,  Specialist in  Coast Property  Consolidated Brokers Ltd.  Gulf Coast Office  Sechelt  Phone  37  Flowers for all occasions.  We are  agents for large  Vancouver  florists.  Fast  service for weddings  arid funerals.  JACK MAYNE  Phone Sechelt 24 or write  P.O.  Box  28.  JOHN     COLERIDGE  ,>        AGENCIES  Gibsons   and District's  Only  Full  Time  Real Estate  Agent  Phone Gibsons 37  TYPEWRITERS  GENERAL HAULING  Typewriter Sales and  Service  Agent for Remington  For Fast, Accurate Service  see  COLIN WINGRAVE  Gibsons.  B.C.  Gravel,   Lumber,   Contract  Hauling  GARBAGE  DISPOSAL  SERVICE  Weekly -or Monthly Rates  >' Freight   and  Express  Delivery  UNION STEAMSHIPS  Sechelt Phone 22  TAXI  PENINSULA CABS  24-Hour Service  2 Phones ��� 2 Cabs  WILSON CREEK and  SELMA PARK  Phone   Sechelt  66  GIFT STORE  Headquarters for Wool,  Notions,  Cards,  Toys,  Miscellaneous1 Gifts  Gibsons 5-10-15 Store  Left of Post  Office  Gibsons, B.C.  TAXI  SIR?  call  Bill  Hunter  Sechelt  48  MACHINISTS  TRANSFER-TRUCKERS  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding   anywhere���anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision Machinists   f  ?uone 54 Res. 78  HANSEN TRANSFER  GENERAL CARTAGE  Phone Sechelt  28  Sechelt, B.C.  PLUMBING-HARDWARE  Hardware, Plumbing Supplies  Heating' Necessities  "Serving the Peninsula"  Marshall's  Hardware  Phone Gibson���33  1,633,000 patients received  medical care for acute diseases  in Canada's hospitals in 1947 and  average stay of all patients was  10.6 days.  Motion picture box-office receipts reached an all-time high  of more than $78 million in  Canada in 1949.  By M. M.  THE -CANADIAN Legion, Roberts Creek Branch No. 219,  spent a busy Armistice weekend. The regular monthly meeting was held on November 10 at  the home of J. H. Kennedy,  Lower Road. Eighteen members  were present. A reply was read  from the department of public  works re the Hall Road, in which  it was pointed out this was considered a secondary road. The  issue is being kept alive until  the department decides to put  the road in a state of repair  which the heavy volume of traffic demands.  On Remembrance Day a number of members from Branch 219  journeyed to Sechelt and took  part in the unveiling of-the war  memorial, c  A Remembrance Day dance  was held at the Community Hall,  which was a well attended success.  Annual Remembrance Day service was held at St. Aidans  church on Sunday, November 12;  members of the branch paraded  to the church. The Rev. (Padre)  Harbord conducted the service,  assisted by Rev. H. U. Oswald..  After placing the wreath by the  president, William Gilbert, two  minutes silence  was  observed.  Members desiring berets will  please- contact the secretary,  Charles Hall, so that more can  be ordered.  Comrade and Mrs. (Scotty)  Clark were renewing old acquaintances over the Remembrance Day holidays.  The next regular monthly,  meeting will be held at the home  of R. Cumming, Beach Avenue,  on Friday, December 8 at 8 p.m.  Thanks for the above are due  William Gilbert, president of  Branch 219,, and in charge of  publicity.  The Red Cross whist drive  held October 27, was poorly attended, possibly due to lack of  publicity. These evenings were  well attended last year and very  much enjoyed. This is to advise  the regulars and any new patrons  that the whist drives will .now  be���held regularly and all are  welcome.  The Tullochs have returned to  the city for the winter.  Mrs. C. A. Shaw has returned  to the Creek from a visit to ��� Los  Angeles.  Gordon  Reeves   is  in hospital '  in  Vancouver following an accident while   working.    It   is expected that he will be there for  a week or ten days.  Mrs. James Mclntyre of. West  Vancouver spent the week-end  at Greenacres.  Mrs. William Small of West  Vancouver spent the week-end  with the Colin McLeans on  Beach Avenue at Elphinstone.  CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR'S DINNER  Reservations now being taken  We are specialists in catering  Special attention to family parties  SECHELT TEA ROOM  Mrs. H. M. Parrish,  Proprietor  - ��hr (Boast Mjeuis  CLAS  ADV  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  \lTTLE ADS ...  BIG RESULTS  FOR SALE: '  CHILD'S large wooden crib and  mattress, ten dollars. Child's  toilet chair, one dollar fifty  cents; folding toilet seat, one dollar; small tricycle, three dollars;  oak dining chairs, oil lamps,  good condition. Mrs. Clough, Roberts Creek. 2810-3  ONE. SECOND  hand  oil  heater,  model  2010, $75.00; one single  bed complete, $15.00. H. G. Findlay, Davis Bay. 3  ENGLISH walnuts,  local grown,  better  flavor,   50c lb.    George  Charman,  Gibsons,   B.C.    2811-2  6.50x20 tires and tubes, wheels  and rear end parts for 1929  Buick. One Star transmission,  converted for inboard. Ed Green,  Wilson Creek. 2811-2  BALED local mixed hay, $34 per  ton f.o.b. Gibsons. Union Steamships, Sechelt 22. 2812-tfn  SECHELT and District ��� take  advantage of these new, low  prices. Coal, $24 per ton. Delivered free within 3 miles. Union  Steamships, Sechelt 22.    2813-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  WITH  option to buy, 3-bedroom  fully modern house, preferably  waterfront,   Gibsons,   B.C.     Box  14 Coast News. 3  ATTRACTIVE . home, Selma  Park. Ideal for logging man's  family. Insulated, fireplace and  furnace, oil and wood range in.  kitchen, living room and dining  room in knotty pine, two bedrooms. Immediate possession.  $6195.00 or what offer. Write or  phone Mr. Bert Sims, Selma  Park. 3  FOR RENT:  NEW 3-ROOMED modern house,  conveniently located.   Apply W.  A: Youngson, Sechelt, B.C.  2893-tfn  PERSONAL��� '  UNWANTED HAIR  Eradicated from any part of the  body with Saca-Pelo, a remarkable discovery of the age? Saca-  Pelo contains no harmful  ingredients, and will destroy the  hair root.  LOR-BEER LABORATORIES  679 Granville Street  Vancouver, B.C.  TOWING and freighting. W. Ny-  gren, phone Gibsons 86W.  2890-tfn  PERSONAL:  NOW���SHIP your  furs ��� Quick!  Prices of ALL British Columbia     Furs     enormously     HIGH.  Trapping can mean   many extra  DOLLARS to YOU. We are paying  AS  HIGH  AS:    $60.00     for  -MINK   (Wild    Interior);   MUSK-  RAT and WEASEL $4.00;    BEAVER   and  OTTER $40.00;   MARTEN $75.00; SQUIRREL 60c. New  FUR Price List,   including offering      Outstanding      values       in  TRAPS, RIFLES, all TRAPPING  Supplies,   NOW   available���copy  FREE on request. Ship all   your  Furs to "SHUBERT" ��� see  how  much MORE you'll get. Don't delay   ���   ship     TODAY,     Hurry!  Dept.   196 A.  B.   SHUBERT Co.,  Winnipeg. Ship to our Receiving  Office at VANCOUVER.  In 1948 vessels engaged in seagoing and inland international  service entered Canadian ports  at the rate of 600 ships per week.  FLADAGER - JEWELLER  Announces Opening  THE  PENINSULA'S  ONLY COMPLETE  JEWELRY STORE  WATCH  REPAIRING  To give your watch longer life have us  remove all signs of corrosion and re-  lubricate   the  movement.  l  Vs DOWN  ill hold any article from our wide range of Christmas  Suggestions  CUTLERY WATCHES eanuf Buffer  ihdSH WafCrS   Weston's, the finest --  aft Dinner  lOEHatO JlllCe    Aylmer fancy. 15-oz  ���  Fancy Sockeye Salmon Maiun_ best >y  2  4  for  for  29c  25c  27c  35c  39c  Corned Beef Fnginoi   TOmafO JUICe Libby Fancy, 48-oz   ___  3 Minute Salmon-Rice Croquets  39c  29c  27c  Brunswick Sardines 3 *.r25c  Red Label lea Maikm. best o * c  Liffle Dipper White or Choc. Cake       29c  Little Dipper Gingerbread Mix 2 7c  Jelly Powders *..<> 3   26c  Apple JuiCe   Sunrype clear, 48 oz   26C  Green BeanS     Malkin's best, fancy ...... 2 for wlc  ShJ   Aylmer choice No. 5  __ Mm   foi  r 6flJ   Malkin's best, fancy No. 3  Quaker Oafs 5-.b. bag  Bakeasy Shortening  Light Globes  Light Globes  Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour  25W to 60W  100W  20-oz.  19c  47c  29c  18c  21c  23c  FRUITCAKE FRUIT ,...,.:���,..��  CUT MIXED PEEL  GLACE CHERRIES  AUSTRALIAN SULTANAS      2  AUSTRALIAN CURRANTS  _ 2  1 6-OZ.  8-OZ.  38c  33c  37c  lb.  Ib.  j_��j_a__^  ORANGES  Florida  Sunkist 360's  AODIFC  #Sr r L_L_) Fancy Mcintosh Reds   LE i I U'LC     Large crisp heads. Each  2 doz. 65 c  6 for 21c  41 29c  .. - 15c  No. 1 washed  CARROTS  I UKNIr J   . Drybelt quality   SWEET POTATOES ,0,^  UNlUNj   No."1 -B.C. grown     4 b 23c  4 b 19c  Jm   lb. 23C  -5 ib. 19c  CITY PRICES PREVAIL  THE SAVINGS ARE PASSED ON TO THE CONSUMER  WE ABSORB THE FREIGHT COST  WATCH   THE  COAST   NEWS   FOR   MORE  erviee  PHONE  26

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