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Array -���������'ROViNC!  LIBRA  Provincial Lib  Victoriat  E. C  Phone your news or  . orders* to  Sixth Year of Publication    Thursday September 4, 1952   Vol. 6 .-  Published in GIBSONS, B.C.     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  echelt Bowling Alleys  n on Labor  aimojrr ueroies rrove ropusar  Mrs. Helen Lowe  Monday afternoon, Ernie Pearson, president* of the Sechelt  Board  of Trade,  snipped  through  the white ribbon  to  open    UfiOfic   Pf floff   FichOTC  officially the new Sechelt Bowling Alleys. Hal Traeey, western    "Wild   UI CCfl   f lOIICI 5  manager for Brunswick-Balke-CoRender Company, had alreiady  made an ultra-short'speech in which he congratulated the Crucils  for thielir fine bowling ailey and equipmfent. Dave! Wilson had  added bis few words of congratulations and best wishes; and  MrsL Crucil welcomed the spectators who jammed in to see the  grand opening  / Ernie Pearson said that th,e  alleys were- a great asset to  Sechelt and district and would  attract people from all parts  of the I^ininsula to come to  S):J3hel>L for thf-ar- recreation.  He staid that rival games between tins; various centres  would do a great deal to knit  the Pjejninsula in closer fellowship. ,     .  After, the ribbon wa's cult,  Mr. Crucil threw the: first ball.  He; received a big round of  applause as; the ball slithered  off the alleywiay and rolled  down the -."gutter.  Ken McKenzie, a top-notch  bowler from Vancouver, demonstrated how to bowl and  explained the use of the markers on the alleyways. He was  assisted by Dave Bissett and  Roy Bryant who demonstrated  the stance, the throw, and the,1  follow-through. Shortly after,  Hal Tracey explained how the  range-finder worked, and how  a? magic-ieyiei at the four line  rang a bell and turned on a  ^&e<i? ?Ugh4.it?ft player's ..foot  ?went over the foul-line.  ''XX?'"���'  He did a few tricks shots  with a ten-pin ball; then der  clarad the alleys open for free  play for the remainder of the  day.-  . Managjer Frank Yates was  a busy man, the rest of the  day supplying shoes for the  many<who wanted,to try out  tin�� new alleys; the *pin~boys  were picking >m up and lay-.  ! ing 'em down, until their backs  creaked; and the girls in the  coffee bar had a busy job  keeping up with the-patrons:  It was a lot of fun ��� with  new friendships cemented; old  friendships renewed.   .  The  counter   of the  office  < . ry '������ , !  section and the coffee sjhop  were a mass of flowers, all the  bouquets bearing cards of good  wishes and congratulations to  the Crucils for their faith in  the Peninsula,,  Fumbfers Winners jof  Soft&all laurels  Sjfeichfslt' lialp?? fiansi got the'  surprise! of ;;?their lives last  Monday whein/ the Sechelt  [Fumblers ihqvjeid out of the  jinx corner to win' the 'Mid-'.  Pejniinsu.lfai Softball championt-  ship over t!lie";;Hi7ballers by a  scorfe of 24 to 16.     ; ;: ; ; r  Fumbllers, which comprises Mfe are committed to-build  th.e grey-hairs-and bald-pates the highway from Agamemnon  of the ? district, ��� won the cup Bay to Gibsons. But, when wiei  donaied by Wallly Mafrikoff, win build it is another thing."  of Home Oil. Sparking the Thesiei were the words of th.e  te,am of aJncients wasFrank deputy minister of public  rWalker aiS' pitcher with Albert  Wagman    catching.    Backstop  Shipwrecked Family  Returns Home Safe  Waves battered the swamped  boat owned by Willie Francis  of Sechelt. Ahfead lay a little  island and Willie pointed his  bows that way as the water  rose higher and higheir in the  bilge. Before th^ engine finally  petered out, Willie, his- young  stepdaughter, and two young  son^, were practically ashore  on the island.  For thrive days they lived on  the island waving to passing  aircraft Did passing fishing  craflt, but nrj-f) stopped. At  last, after thrjeie days a fishing  vessel came up and picked them  up.  Willie and family were/home-  bound from thiei Skeena River  whfen thei rough waters of  Queen Charlotte Sound got the  better of the perky little fishing  craft.  Nine New teachers  In District Schools  - Nine teachers, brand-new to  this area, are spending their  first week teaching in this  school district.  They are Norman McKenzie  and .James Clark at Elphin-  tston'e Jr.-Sr. High Sch'ool; Miss  Adeline Louttit at Div. 4 of  Zeata Lobb of Division 5 at  Madeira; Miss Irene Cumming  of Britain River and Earl  Hilsden of Deserted Bay; W.  G. Dunlop. principal at  Egmont; R. G. Zacharias at  Division 3 of Gibsons Elementary school, and Miss Elsie  Rogiers at Port Mellon.  George Nachtigal transferred  from Britain River to become  principal of the Madeira Park  Superior school while Arno  Ulmer transferred from Deserted Bay, to Division 3 of Madeira  school.  The district cow has 38  teachers on the sjtaff, an  increase of two since thei end  of thief school1 term"?last June.  Oinie lias-been added'to Gibsons  Elementary and one to Madeira  Wi  ins  Gib  sons  A crowded wharf marked  the final phase of the Roberts  Creefe Salmon Derby?when' over  100 residents and friends!  turned out to "iiee the presentation of prizes.      ' '  Winner of the, derby was  Mrs. Hieilen Lowe who hauled  in a 9 lb. l'Sy2 oz. fish. Her  catch was equalled by one  taken by Jim Beb.ington who  lost to Mrs. Lowe on a draw  to take second place-  John Matthew's 7 lb. 3 oz.  fish brought him a;third prize  while Mrs. Lowe took fourth  aftieir winning a draw for the  honor over Tom "Pithketly.  Both had 6 lb. 15i/2 oz. fish. J.  Laidlaw was next? with 6 lb.  15 oz. with Roy Scarr winning  the last prize with Jo lb. 14^ oz.  A prize 'also wietot to little  Sally Scott, smallest entrant,  who caught a nice 2 lb. 3 oz.  salmon.  There werjei 135 entrees i-n-  the big Sunday derby with over  30 fish caught despite the fact  it was rough enough to swamp,  some boats, before they wiere  able to take off from shore.  To    soothe??; the?' fishermen,  Bert Scott set up a PA speaker  on the end of vthep? wharf, playing recordings??^cr|>ss the water.  .^���Anji^.io^ Mr. ?  ? and' Mrs. Cumming? and " Mrs.  Flumerfelt dished out refreshment s on the wharf.     V  The successful affair was  sponsored by the Canadian  Legion-branch, and it is expected the salmon derby will  - become an annua! event at  Roberts Creek.  New VON and PHN  Stationed on Peninsula  Two npw nursesc aire now  travelling the highways of the  Peninsula.  New Public Health nurse is  Miss Bruna Facchin wlio comes  this way from Burns Lake.  New VON nuive is Miss  isobel Angus.  We wish them good luck and  good  health  here  with  us.  Shoe Business  Changes Hands  Another business in Gibsons  changed hands this* week when  Mr. and Mrs. Don MacLean,  of Davis Bay, took over  AndepL^on'.s Shoe Store.  Mrs. Anderson, who has been  managing the store will be  leaving town immediately to  join her husband.  Over 400 entrants took part in the Gibsons annual salmon  \ derby which ran from Saturday morning to Monday afternoon  of this Wcjek, to make th.e affair one of the biggest functions  held in the village. -  ��� Even before the first boat left in the early horn's of Saturday,  there were over 250 entries signed up. By Monday morning the  number had jumped beyond the 400 mark.  Winner  ww ?D.W.  Dunham ;  of Port Mellon who brought in  a 22^ pounder on Monday. He  won the rod and reiel as first  prize as well as the outboard  boat. Sle.cond prize went to Alf  Bsrbour of Keats Island whose  I&/2 pound fisn was brought  in on Saturday. T. B.entham  of Port Mellon wais third with  15]/4 pounds, while Bill Swallow  of Gibsons came fourth with a  12 poumtler caught Sunday.  Fifth prizief went to Bob  Lamont of Gibsons with lO1/^  pounds,.sixth to H.C. Chapman  with 9% pound'-', sfeventh to  Al Hammond of Gibsons with  9y2 pounds and eighth to R.  Johnson with 9%. Ninth prize  was presented to Frank Olson  with a nine-pounder, tenth  prize went, to H. Sturgeon' with  8%, eleventh to CE. Chapman  with 8Y2, .twelve to E.J. Orr  of Vancouver - with S1/^,-  thirteenth to M. Morrison of  V an c o u v e r with 814, and  fourteenth to Bruce Coles of  West Vancouver with an even  8 pounder. Just under the  ginning 4J^e;;;^was ^eiorgc BelL  v'whd; Ip.sit out' "on a driaivv ��� with '  Bruce Coles. . - . . ��� ,   ��� . ���  Prizes vveriei given out Monday ^afternoon by Salmon Derby  chairman Cliff Gray.  A dance held Monday evening in conmiection with the/  Derby was a marked success  with evieiryone in the crowded  hall, engoying himself. The  Salmon Derby dinner, however,  was cancelled.  The Board o\f Trade committee, hjeiaded by Cliff Gray,  was highly pleased with the  respon.-|e\ shown to the Salmon  Derby ��� scheme. They were  elated whon the registrations  reached thief 250 mark; they  became inflated when they  reached the 400 mark. Many  entries gave- Vancouver addresses while several came  from  the  United  States.  . Already thle.y are laying  plans or a bigger and better  affair next year.  This was the fir-t salmon  dierby to be held in Gibsons  and Cliff Gray admits that one  or two problems arose when  the response bpcame evident.  The few wrinkles that beset  the committee will be ironed  out. next year, according to the  early  planners for  1953.  G  argrave  inister on  can  Rudy Crucil played some: bril-  Uarift  ball  to hejjip  keep   thje  vounger  Hi-bal]ers  from   run-  nig away with the bases.  * The cup was handed to tlie  works  iaii  an,  interview, wiith  Tony Gargrave, MLA-elect.  The'province: ha�� 12.7 millions to spend on roads. Of  this, five millions will go towards the con!-jtruc,fion of the  Trans-; Canada  highway. ?Nieixt  Fumblers by Georgie. Wardrope comes an expenditure of three-  manager of Wakefield Inn, million for black top which is  'after the. game? revenue from the .3 cants gas  oline tax ,a,nd is distributed  all??:ove,r th,-; provincle. Nejxt  comes an expenditure of two  ���million for 'bridges, which  leaves \. 2.7 millions for the  construction   of  n ew  roads.  "You wish us to spend one  million in MeK^zfc*,'' thre.  deputy mid. "Wie- are com-  mittiedj but '' whem S 'is another  thing". ������. vvv-  The Black Ball; Ferries is  seeking an interviieav���; with the- thle, federal minister may be-  cabinet, according ttb Tony and appears to be- long rangt?  Gargrave; They propose to put and not of much immediate  forward    a.    scheme   'whereby    help, Mr. Gargrave said.  construction  of  the  roadt  start at an early date-  Last   wei'k  Black  Ball   officials     visited     the     Pander  Harbour district to look over  the proposed route.  Th/ej hint of federal subsidies  for coastal communications as  o u 11 i n e d . by the Federal  Minister of Fisheries Mr.  Mayh.ew, could aid this construction. This suggestion from  Jim Clark Takes Over  Gibsons Coffee Bar  ,-:��� Welcomed here' to Gibsons  are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark  who have moved down from.  Port Mellon to take over Anne's.  Coffee Bar on Gibsons main  street. Both Mr. and Mrs. Clark  have had considerable experience in the restaurant and  catering trade throughout  western Canada. They have  been in B.C. since 1947, having"-  come to thm province when  Jim left the army after sis  years overseas.  Also nie|w in the coffee bar  is Mrs. Berentsen who* will be  in charge of the kitchen. She,  like Jim and his good wife, is  also an old-timer in the restaurant busneBS.-  Peggy Doran and Gilda Ritz,  both of whom are now well-  known to all those: who drop  in to the coffee bar, arc continuing to serve undefr the new  management.  '   ~ "'..      1*  j     ���     '   .1     '     - ���       ...... ��� ��� -  Peninsula News  To Be Broadcast  Soon you'll be able to hear  itjiewB   of  the   Sunshine   Coast"  on  the radio.  Th.e news is to  btei   stipx>lied    by    the   "Coast-  News"   to    one    of    Seattle's  best-heard   stations,   KRSC.  It happen*?*!  his  way:  E.W.   "Bill"  Thomarv,   who  as a  youngster started  school  in  tfo?   little*  richooHiousi?   at  Gibs'o;n!s quite a few years ago,,  was   here    on    the   Pern insula  renewing    acquaintances    and  looking  around   at   th;?,  many  si gins of growth. He is announcer  and   program   director  on  the Seattle/ radio station, while-  here,  he  was;  baprvy.   indeed,  to-hl?lar how well the 1000 watt  station  if* heard here.  "Due to a fluke, perhaps.,  reception of KRSC, on 1150'  kilocycles'is. better in Gibsons  than it i; in Everest!', only 17'  miles from the transmitter. .So--  J'li be very happy,, when f  get back to Seattle, to r��id  Home of tht? Coast News stories  on my broadcasts", he said.  The visiting fiemonncer, who  i/-. knoAvn here to many of the  old-timers, is on the air every  morning fr"m 10 a.m. to 1 :oO  p.m. nrd iit-is likely th.? Coast  News features will be broad-  e/cvt once a week on the station  between 10 a.m. and 10:30.  'so'  CfcuefctS Gara^�� FSrst  Last Sunda.v rhi;:VLj wasn't  a bju.'ildKi::)g on the new subdivision opposite the bus depot  at Sechelt. Monday morning,.  Chuck Blanchard put his  iga'rage on( skid--s and moved  over the(T'. A coinkiretf? floor  had already been la*d and the  building war set down on the  ponerete readv  for bu^in^s*:. ���*���<:  The Coast News   Thursday September 4, 1952  %  Member Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association.  (Established 1945)  Authorized as second class mail,  Post Office  Department,   Ottawa.  SAM NUTTER, Production Manager  LES RIMES, Editorial Manager     '  r   , Published  Every  Thursday.  Rates of Subscription: 12 mos. $2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign, $2.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45  Box 6, Gibsons. British Columbia.  C^di  it  ilonati  We want to know  In a statement to the Coast News last week, Tony Gargrave,  !MLA, informs us that the department of public works' estimates  an expenditure of $240,000 for the nine mile stretch of road from  Kleindalei to Agamemnon Bay.  A month ago, we learned from, logging operator John Klein  that his six mile road, running in the same direction as the;  government road will run, cost liim only $10,000 to build. On  that basis, a nine mile road, roughed out, should cost $15,000. He  figures that another $10,000 would put his road in good shape  for auto traffic.  In other words, John Klein, who has had experience building  roads) in that area, thinks $50,000 would be more than ample for  a road from Kleindale to Agam(eimnon Bay.  The layman of course, does not understand all the problems  of highway finance. But whfen an experienced man says $50,000  and the government estimates $240,000, ittdo^n't take much grey  matter to.figure itiiait somebody is badly off key.  Talking with John Klein, wjei learned that h& was willing to  put the road right through to Agamemnon Bay ��� at a figure  less than a quarter of what the government estimattes.  Two weeks ago, Al Jacktyon jfcold. usi in a lettelr that he had  estimated a much lower figure for the Port Mellon Road. Mr.  Jackso$,,: as. Mri.Kledn, has had expedience? in building: roads:';"'���'-"  We are not taking sides against the goyiernment; nor are  we satisfied with the government's: figure^. But what we do want  to know is ��� Why the discrepancy in 'the twosets of figures ?  It is time that Mr. McCallum,ehi)e|�� engineer for the department >o��^p?ublic? works,.paick?us a^sitv;'--^svf^^as>;:Wiele��*t^a^ertainy .  he has never set foot drir the Sechelt?? ^nirisfcila?. We 'd like hint '���'?  to drop in on lis for visit and explain his figures, and explain why  the government can't usfe the Klein road.  After all it's bur money that is going to be used.  ' *���   LWe're entitled to know the answer.  to support him in the moves  be{ makes for us. Exactly as  it is now the duty of all good  B.C. citizens' to support _ the  government for the benefit of  of our great Province,  I do  not think anyone can  fairly exp)e(ct government support; in our road program herein   fact  I do  not   think  Mr.  Gargrave   very   smart   to  beli'aive  that  the   (golrernm^int  would listen to him, with  his  party leader dirjefetiiig so much  uncalled   for   spleen   at   said  govlcfrnmefit.   Itmight  be  an  idea for him to find out exactly  what his lleiader  hopes to  a����  complish by tearing down the  government.  '"X Clifford  L.  Oviatt  Editor, The Coast News.  Sir: ���  t In answer to special news  release in last weeks issue', by  Tony Gargrave, our new MLA,  and for the benefit of anyone  elsle who may consider it  *'shocking meW'S.", that the  prjesenfc government turns- a  deaf ear toward our plea for  new and better roads here on  thiei Peninsula.  It is unfortunate for us that  Mr. Gargrave is not a-Soened,  but he isn't, and that is that,  it is now. the duty of all of us  for the beenfit of the Peninsula  ZONING BYLAW  Editor, The Coast News,  Sir: ���  Oil Tuesday September 9 at  2 p.m. a public hearing will  ta)ke placfa in the Municipal  Hall, Gibsons, for the purpose  of receiving objections, if any,  to an application to operate a  freezing plant and cold storage  within thei area defined in the  Gibsons Village Zoning Bylaw  for 'Residential and BusineiSB'  purposes' only, and not for  ''Industry".  *  It is tru.ei that in deference  to   a   few   who   had   already  established industrial activities  in this area, prior to the passing  oi> 'the zojning bylaw,   thajt   I  recommended  to  the   commission that  thoste.  specific locations be zoned under a special  grouping "C"  (Industry)  but.  it  wah not  the   intention  fto  further   extend  industrial   activities in the; area in the old  part of the village, and, if the  pneisent application is approved  and the bylaw amended, then  it would mean ia reversal of the  policy that the commission had  in   mind   when   passing   the  zoning  regulations.  A freezing and storage planti  comes under the classification ���  of "Industry".  Just   how    far    commercial  activities should dominate the  welfare   and,rights .of  others  who are not??fengaged, in business, is a matter of opinion, but  with the area of Gibsons now  enlarged, and with .-'the many  Vacant ��� lo'catiofir, | adjacent /to  ��� ���< -Gibsons,- thereifis-little^reason  why industrial; activities should  be planted Hg^t-vin the; midfejt  of  a residential ? and  business  section of ??thfei?Jpl<l villa'ge.     .  I^rsoinially: ?it*;?mak'es;:.;.ii6;??'dif ^  ^<er'^ic^ ;  vjcbiini^  application, ? but if thietre are  objections by the people in the  immediate vicinity, then they  should make their views known  on Sep'tfettriber 9, as no doubt  thiei village commission will be  guided to some extent by the  resnlt of tiiefpublio ?hearmg.  In explanation for? writing  thife, Ijeftter/ ^ was the member  of the commis^ftbn charged with  the duty of Iwriting the draft  copy of ;our zoning bylaw, and  I thinik |that|vl should ljet the  people kinowljust.what we had  in mind at tjhatvtime. ?  In callingfa?-public hearing  such action indicates1 that the  commission lavor�� establishing  this iaiduistryf in the residential  and business^area.  ���'���'���--.   ??Robt. Macnicol  British Columbia has the  greatest commercial fisheries  of lany province in Canada.  The 'root  system  of a  tree  -extracts an enormous quantity  of water^from the soil, making  the    tree    a    very    attractive  watpr works. On a single, summer's day a middle-sized apple  tree will lift 800 lb. of water  out!  of  the  ground  spraying  a!l�� but a small part of that  water into the air.  All vegetation, of course, acts as waterworks. A stalk of corn can lift  up   440   lb.   of  watpr   in   its  growing season^ .and an acre of  lush  grass  will  lift  up  more  than six tons of  water on  a  Juinte day. -  ;;'���'-?^':Fn^T;-'���������������  HARDWARE  CHINA and DRYGOODS  GROCERIES ��� DR1JGS  PISHING SUPPLIES % v  HOME ESSENTIALS:  MU��^  MARINES SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  Stroshein  FEEDS  SEEDS  I  ~* ���� and Furnace  ���ur of Stove ana *  ' ^�� ni your supply w touted route  Be sure oi y�� ,-.   Qur schedule  '    ^ this couuug vn&S'x-- z    ^qot name *  ��* .��it>iledL Be sure W��  "** toPeuderHar^  .   Vina Laudiug to re ���: jgm  nop&ms **�� ^^^HH  ?*^s  Fertili  izers  tison  Creek  Phone 83rG  Home OH Distributors  Phone30-Mand97J  Siedhelfc,  INVEST MOW IN YOUR CREDIT UNION  let us build your summer  /;" home;;?'-'  We can clear your lot and build your summer  home at a moderate price.  Gibsons 7-U  NCTICE  .��  Subject to consent of the Public Utilities Commission  the undersigned proposes to alter the bus Time Schedule  effective September 28, 1952.: Copies of the proposed  Time Schedules are posted at the bus terminals in Vancouver and Sechelt, also^ on the wharf at Gibsons, for  inspection.  "?     Any objections may be filed with the Superintendent?  of Motor Carriers, Vancouver, on or before September  18, 1952.  Sechelt Motor Transport  Combination Oil and Gas Range  Designed for Easier Living  New Beauty and Convenience  This Deluxe Range gives you the speed and unsurpassed  performance of gas cooking along with the convenience'  and flexibility of oil heating.  00 '  Howe Sound Trading Co. Ltd.  ��� Phone Gibsons 39 ��� P HELEN TRENT -wj  Here's the story of a glamorous Hollywood  fashion designer���a woman surrounded  by intrigue���excitement���and romance!  It'a THE ROMANCE OF HELEN TRENT!  , Dial 980 Monday through j  j Friday at 2:30 p.m.        f  FIRST WITH THE NEWS  ��� ��� ���  "'.#;;���: ij'��i: yy  ARISTOCRAT   ANNIVERSARY  8 years old     .     5 years old  ViSCOUKT       01D KEG  4 years old 3 years old  ��!&  DISTILLED   TO P.LEASE ,  .?��� ^h^ZX^& X  Tifeis^ advertisement is~not publishedor displ ayed- by the Liquor  Control Board or by the.Govern-  .ment of British Columbia  RATEPAYE1RS  WONT NOMINATE    l  Editor, The Coast News,  Sir: ���  As the Ratepayers Association of Gibisons does not intend  to nominate any of it's members to contest the forthcoming  election the directors have  requeued me| to explain to the  Ratepayers of the district  their reason for so acting.  Two of onr members halving  resigned in the early part of  the year, one of whom did so,  owing to , the   alleged  infraction of the Municipalities act  and. a  qujestion, of   ethics  by  two   othlejr   members    of   the  Council,  the  ?��>irectors having  ' received  definite legal  advice  . that  the  conduct  of  the  two  Commissioners in question was  illegal, f ejefl that in fairae'ds* to  our member who resigned that  . they  cannot nominate anyone  un.t��l  thtel ;po<sliftion  hasi bcJBn  clarifiieid by the Council.  . We  have  repeatedly   asked  thait  this   be   done  and   it   is  difficult  to   see) how   anyonef  knowing.the facts of the' case,  can. allow his name to be put  up  in, order to  step into the  shoes  of  a  member  who   re|-  signed purely on a question of  ethics, when that position has  remained as it was at the time  of.-the resignation.  For the -Association to nomi-  ��� mate   sonueione   would   be   fro  nullify the  action   of  our  re-  HOW ABOUT A HOTEL  Editor, The C6ast News,  Sir: ���  1 was .both, interested and  exceedingly surprised to read  from the fronjfc pa;ge o!f the  August 21 ie|dition of this paper  that the. local Union ?Estates  manager  hlad  been  appointed  wfirst vice-president ofr,the B.C. t  branch,   Hotieji   Greetters   of  America.  One may well imagine the  Hotel Greeters to be an organization engaged iir catering to  hotel guests; aind to be nomi-  '' nated to. the Second position on  the ptxecutive of such a group  should undoubtedly be considered an honor. I am willing-  in fact, eager - to submit that  the new incumbent, Ernie  Pearson* is individually quite  worthy of fulfilling the duties  of that office.  It is reasonable to believe,  however, that his election as  an officer in such an important  organization in that respective  ���fiielld, is solely because of his  preirent positions as locail mianT  ager. of the Union Estates  limited,   y-.- ,? /    .     :  If I am correct, I may say  that 1 fail,Jo recall the Union  Estates Limitejd having/ been  engaged in the Hotel business  in this area since the one they  opera.ti8(d at Sechelt burned to  the ground many years ago.  Neither do I recollect thin same .  company subscribing, in any  way whatsoever, as "gnejeterii'"  to tourists since that time.  In view of these circumstances, and with careful consideration, I would like, to offer  a contractive suggestion that  the businessmen of the district  in which the first vice-presidisint  rel;(ides!, forthwith miake immediate  preparations  towards  ' t.hje( construction of an hotel, in  order that they may justify  such representation iai international assembly.  Since this, announcement  ratied front page space in your  journal, I am prompted to urge  the immediate co-ordination of  all groups and individuals  toyirards the much belated development- of the' potentialities ���  of this glorious peninsula.  H.W.   Aggett.  signing mpmber who did so  out of protest to an act which  was derogatory to public  interest. /-. X':'  The Ratepayers Association,  as all ratepayers;-? associations  are, is an active body formed  to look after the interests of  the1 ratepayers of the district,  and did they not takjeithe stand  that they are now doing would  betray the taxpayers who look  '.o them to see that they get  fa$r play. The amount involved  has no bearing on the matter  It is a question of right or  wrong. There can bje no laxity  in public affairs, and for.  Gibsonsi, only the'best should  be  good  enough.  Percy Leech  Secneftary  Gibsons  Ratepayer's  Association  Creek VON  Over The Top  Roberts Creek Auxiliary to  the VON went over its quota  of $580 set for this year, according to Mrs. A.E. Renton,  treasurer.  The 1952 budget called for  the raising of $3400 to. carry .  on the work for the year.  Auxiliariesi from Halfmoon  Bay to Gibsons took on the big  job of raising the funds early  this summer. Already over  sixty percent of the total has  been raised.  Thursday September 4, 1952   The Coast News  wmsmm&mmiim  O  f  'Cbikciijic*  BTIQ���  BLACK-BALL FERRIES  Schedule No. 3 ��� cancelling Schedule No. 2  Effective Sept 29, 1952  Subject to change without notice  5     Round  Trips  Daily     5  Lv. Gibsons  7:00 a.m.  10:00   a.m.  1:00 p.m.  4:0O  p.m.  7:00 p.m.  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  y'l  8:30 a.m.  11:30 a.m.  2:30 p.m.  5:30 pan.  8:30 p.m.  Black Ball Ferries Ltd.  HORSESHOE BAY B.C.  Phone Whytecliff 3581  ,  ���trfry   'yrw.i.yyr.." r t"���>      w w^jv^r^...  '-.'XX.'Za'' /'5  Jack Steele, Montana-born but a British Columbian for over forty years  and a logger for over thirty, is a boom foreman. Married, with one  son and two daughters, Jack's job, and his family's livelihood depends  oh a perpetual stream of logs pouring out of the woods and into the  booming ground. Directly or indirectly, the livelihood of every British  Columbian depends on the forest resource.  �� \  Protect Your Prosperity  ���&**      Keep British Columbia Green  trPARlMift g^  British Cdluittbia Forest Service The Coast News    Thursday September 4, 1952  SEPTEMBER 29.  Gower.  Gleanings  By GYPSY TOWERS  The fhh are taking a beating  around the  point   this   wuiek.  The Chasters after them with  their new glass rod, and Pete  Halfmoon Bay  -  of    Vancouver;    Mrs:   ?Berry,  Jack and  ?Larry  of  Cresctent  Beach,  and  May  and  Angus  Warnoc?k of Pender Harbour.  .    Visa tin g    Mrsj.     Kolj^rman  ��By Mrs: K RAVEN  SEVERAL HALFMOONERS  WIN AT PENDER HARBOUR    ^ere her brother Mr. J. Marsh,  Halfmoon Bay is definitely    ?Irs* Marsl1 a^d t^�� ehildresa  on ne map as far as Pender  Harbour Regatta is concerned.  Four firsts and several seconds  and thirds were brought home.  The Coast News  CLAXflflED  FOR SALE  FOR SALE 1931 Chevrolet. Apply  E.J. Mainwaring, Gibsons.  Waterfront home in Gibsons, $4500,  very easy terms. Totem Realty,  Gibsons.  4   Room   House   for   sale   in   the  Orchard, Sechelt.  $2500 Terms.  Chuck  Blanchard.  Phone 54W.  tfn.  y   6   Hens,   or   more,   at   $1.00  each  (approx*.   4  lbs.   each)   live  weight  at farm. Order now for delivery up  to Oct. 1, '52      W.H. Palmer  Phone   Gibsons   20 R. 35  Pour roomed house on five acres;  chicken houses- five minutes to  school, store, bus. Pull plumbing,  electricity. Must be sold, see Georgp  Elander  R.R.I.   Gibsons 35  38 ft, Cabin Boat, suitable for camp  jte)nder or pleasure, four berths,,  toilet, and galley, marine motor.  Boat can be seen at Porpoise Bay  Mill, or write Box 36 Sechelt, B.C.  Price reasonable 35  16 ft. Factory Built mahogany speed  boat, nickle trim, Kapock cushions,  Jeep motor,' overhauled; Twitti new  Rings and Bearings. Jim Neycombe,  Box 36 Sechelt, B.C. 35  FOR    SALE    ABC      Spin    dry  .washer;    clothes    spun    semi-dry;'  -jig lost buttons; no danger wringer;  Excellent condition. $75.00  Phone Gibsons, 7 H        -; ���     ��� \  ��� Owing to haying other interests  : in Alberta*, which compel us to move.  "We offer for sa|le the following  ^properties.  5 Roomed Bungalow. 4 Roomed  Cottage. 1 Cabin, lovely garden, fruit  trees, etc. all water front property  "Bryn - Mawr."  .Also furniture and household goods  ���etc. Fishing rods and gear etc. at ���  reasonable prices. 1 30 ft. Troller  Boat, "KAY" $450.00. One rowboat  $20.00. One Woodboss Power Chain-  saw, almost new. One battery radio,  one mantel radio, 110 volt. One  ladies bicycle, one small' gasoline  radiant, one washing machine, /  (electric), and many other goods.  Apply c. Williams, 'Bryn Mawr',  Bay Road, Headlands, Gibsons.  tfn.  Comfortable modern two bedroom  home, good view,- completely furn.  ished $5000, easy terms, Totem  Realty, Gibsons.  Alder  wood,   $10.50   per  cord;   Fir  wood  $11.50  per   cord,  delivered.  E. McCartney.  R.R.  1.,  Gibsons,  Phone 20 L tfn.  Furnished new 3.roomed house, full  plumbing, large lot. convenient  location. Apply W. A. Youngson,  Sechelt. tfn  HELP WANTED ""  GIRLS for full time and part time  work on Black Ball Ferry in coffee  fthep.   Phone   Mrs.   Douglas,  ���  Granthams 79 J.  LOST  Ladies gold Bulova wrist watch at  Pender Harbour dance following  Regatta. Finder please coutact Mrs.  L.D. Miliigan, Egmont, B.C.  35  FOR  RENT  FOR RENT fully furnished modern  rooms, Totem Realty,  Gibsons.  Special Winter Rates.-Fully, furnish:  ed,  electric range,   oil heat.  From  Sept. 2. Ridgeway Motels, Gibsons  36  home, clean, comfortable, two bed." .and shopping spre.e. The Barrie  Townt-teind 's enjoying  the last  ; 16n gy\y#eat Ion  with   G��an dma  Townsend and Lena.  Miss Nell Higgins brightening  the' lives; of. Grandma and  Grandpa ?Dy kies, while she  vacations from .St. Paul's  Hospital.  ���'"  Stronlochie sweeping off its  summer sand aind dust after  its deluge of visitors, eagerly  anticipating a nice, quiet  wintfep, undisturbed by disrobing and boisterous overnight  and day long campers, on the  fonefihore! Hate to see the summer sunshine go but winter  does have its advantages.  Two Bedroom Cottage, partly furnished, good location. Apply B.P.  Long,'Roberts Creek.  All ,Electric furnished cottage at  Winter Rates? H.B. Gordon, Sechelt,  phone 53 J  WORK WANTED  Children boarded. Day, Week, or  Month. Mrs. R.M. Smith, corner  Sechelt Highway andl>ratt Road.  tfn  Spray and Brush  paper hanging. J.  Gibsons  33.  Painting;   also  Melhus.  Phone  tfn  Nicholson is dragging them in    by victorious competitors,  too,   the Walter  Wilson's�� are        Miss Marylin, Cooperwon a  Silver Cup for first in Ladies  75 yard . dash; Mrs. Mary  Kingston was second. Marylin  also won a Silver Plate;, .the  third prise for diving.  John Hartley won the Silver  Cup for boy^ under nine, Kit  Taylor was. sieiepnd. -.  Gail Merrilees, Bobby Meri-  lees, Graig Campbell and Lynn  Campbell all came either second  or third in swimming races for  their respective ages.  Mr. Andy Hansen won the  Cup for log-rolling, beating  eight other eompeftiftojrsi. and  Mr. Gus Schneider just missed  out on the log bucking.  First prize in decorated boats  went to a battered old canoe,  which had been repaired and  brightly painted, and had the  helad     of    the    Thunderbird  mounted on the prow, by eight  youngsters. They were, two of  the Campbells, two Merrilees,  two  Taylors  and two   of  the,  Daltons. They wore feathered  headresses,   bright   bathing  trunks,    lipstick    " warpaint"  and each  wielded a different*  coloured paddle. Presenting an  amusing and colourful picture.  To top it all Mr. Bill Kolter-  .  man carried1'off a  radio,  onei  of the prizes in the raffle.  Pender Harbour Annual  Regatta is bfecoming very  widiejly known and is a huge  attraction to the Peninsula, and:  is held the same week-end each  year so should not conflict with .  other Peninsula ceiebnatiqns.  Air. A. Haritie^ vis" back Irbm "  a trip to the interior, and the  Bob Cormaeks are back from  Sugfar Lake.  Ha'ppy holidays to Mr and  Mrs. Jack Bye and Noel; Mr.  Mrs. McCrady -and family and  Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith, and  their two daughters, all up to  their summer cabins. Mrs.  Smith's daughter who is a  nurse h a si four other n urses  holidaying with her.  Mrs. Kluse'ndorf's daughters  Edith and Lori. Mr. and Mrs.  Morry Coats, and Mr. Harry  Woodman all spent a happy  week-end at Duff 'an'Dorf.  Visitors to Mr. andMrs. Jack  Burrows recenlty were/Mr. and  Mrs. McAloney and Bob Ward  stocking their deep freeze and  the Bruce Coles are going after  them '|en famille'! Don't know  who won the local derby but  it sure has caused a surge of  crack of dawn, enthusiasts  around Gower!  This week too saw the back  to the grind for a lotof sun  tanned   Clampers   and visitors.  The  Bill Bride cottage bolted  and  barred for another year,  fhe same  for the  Steele's,  no  longer the miscellaneous,assortment of cars around the James  Sinclair estate,  and so it goes  for  the   teaching /fraternity,  many of  whom have cottagesi  at  the Point.   The  young   fry  too   putting away  their  pails  and  spades,  their  thakesjhift  diving, boards   and  collections  of sheills, to geit outfitted with  their p.ey,T   shoes   and  school  equipment.  Mrs.   Ajkex  Hamilton,   fully  recovered   from    her   summer  alilm,ehjt,     lfngfcring     on    for  . another week  or two,  loth to  leave the rippling seas. Mr. and  Mrs;  Beaton  back  from  their  two   day   jaunt   to   the   City,  bidding    adieu    to    danght'eir  Muriel  and   grandson  Ernest,  who are now enroute to Portland. Visiting t0o, their latest  grandson,  Baby  Roy7  bora, to  Betty Zand   Kenneth    Beaton  August 19.  Mrs. Harry Chaster back too,  after her flutter to the P.N.E,  from Langfey Prairie.  Our school tieiacher Mrs.  Hanney is, back from summer  school and had her father Mr.  Paise^of Vancouver for a weekends''fishing.    .  Young Walter Nelson is away  on a trip to ?DawBon Creek with  the   Brian   Axoms,    and   Mr.  FranJr' Simpson has f eft  for  construction work in Westview.  Dave Gregerson ��� Licenced Elec  trician. Madeira Park, Pender Harbour, tfn  WATCH REPAIR ��� All types of  watches and jewelry repaired. Re.  liable, fast, efficient. Union General  Store, Sechelt. .  '     tfn  PUBLIC HEARING  ZONING BYLAW  A Public Hearing will be held in  the Municipal Hall, Gibsons, B.C.,  at Two o'clock in the afternoon of  Tuesday, 'September 9th, 1952, to  hear any persons who deem themselves to be affected by a proposed  amendment to Zoning Bylaw No.  90, 1951, whereby it is proposed  that the. building, installation,  operation and use of cold storage  and locker facilities shall be permitted within "B" Business and  Residential District. A copy of the  proposed amending bylaw may be  inspected at the office of the Municipal Clerk on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays from One  o'clock to Four o'clock in the  afternoon.  ROBERT BURNS  Clerk to the Corporation  of Gibsons Landing.  NOTICE  To Electors,  Village of Gibsons Landing.  Nominations will be held in the  Municipal Hall,, GGibsons, B.C.,  from ten o'clock a.m. to twelve  noon oh the sixth day of September,  1952, to elect a Village Commissioner t cmplete the term ending  Decmber 31st., 1952..  Nominations shall be in the form  prescribed by Elections Bylaw;  such forms may be obtained from  the Municipal Clerk.  Balloting, if required, will be held  in the Municipal Hall, Gibsons, B.  C.?on the thirteenth Vday. of September, 1952, from nine o'clock* a  m. to seven o'clock p.m.  ROBERT BURNS  Returning  Officer.  KOLTERMAN SAWMILLS <  HaIMb  r The Best in Lumber  SELMA  PARK  NEWS.  by H. I.L.  Hello, there. Here I am back  once more as your Selma Park  reporter. Will you please let  me, know your news and items  of interest either by phoning  me at Sechelt 40 or by leaving  copy at my home, "Hilltop".  You know, I cannot make a  column Out of thin air, but  with a little co-operation from  eKieryonie !l Cain kteep Selnim  Park to the fore/.  We are sorry to lose Mi*. andMrs. J. Momerby front the  community. They aire guests  at Bay view for a ftew days  before leaving to takeN up residence in Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. H. Steed have  purchased a home here and will  be movinig from New Westminster in a couple of weeks.  The community extends a  hearty welcome to ^hem.  Mickey Gilbertisv going to  boarding school in Vancohy er  this ternl. Good luck Mickey!  Mr. and Mrs. E: Fredericks  have leflvfor Gambier Island  where IVTr. ?^ederieks ?will be.  employed for some time.  Vancouver have; purchased a  beiach home and are busy get-  t?ing settled. We welcome them  to the community.  I can safely say that about  one car. in fifty that passes  through Selma obeys the 20  mph spjeed limit. Some te,ar  past my house at.50 miles an.  hour! Is it going to take a  tragic accident before 'this  law-breaking  is  curbed?  We were all most sorry to  hear pf the sudden. paling  this week of Mrs. Charles  Prince who ha:l recently returned, home with;her husband..  Mrs. Prince had been one of tire  most, ardent workers for the  weilfare- of the area, and she  will he. missed by many. We  extend our heartfelt sympathy  to Mr. Prince in this his hour  of bereavement. v   .     ?\  Mrs. Prince was born in  LiKrerpoo?,' Engiland fox 1906,  She had been a resident of the  Peninsula' for the past ten years*  Besides Mier husband she is  survived by a daughter, Violet,  in Vancouver; and other relatives, in th'e *?East. Funeral  services were held, Wednesday  Date Pad  Sept. 5"���- Gibsons.Quarterly meet,  ing of . St. Bartholomew's ,W^A���.  at 2 p.m.  Sept. 6 V��� Roberts Creek - Hall  Boardv Dance,.in Roberts. Creek  Hall.  Sept. 8 ���- Gibsons. Monthly meeting of Farmer's Institute in Institute Hall, at 8 p.m>  Sept. 9 ��� Gibsons, at the home of  Mrs. H. Metcalfe _ Women's Instu  tute Whist Drive. .7:30 sharp.  Sept. 13 ��� Roberts Creek Hall _  Teen Town Dance.  Each week we will feature a real  good buy ��� it will' pay you to check  these as they appear.   ....   ......  THIS WEEK'S FEATURE BUY  GRANTHAMS.   A  million   dollar  view home, two bedrooms, no steep  hills, very nice home. $4500  f'        ��� the.��� .   .  Totem   Rea  Phone Gibsons 44  ANGLICAN CHURCH  September 7, 1952 .  13th. Sunday after Trinity?  St. Bartholomew's  Church  Z'Z   Gibsons  ���.;.. 11.00- a.m. Choral   Commuh-  -.- "v.. ?.?       : ion. '' -,;^  11.00 a.m.  Sunday School  St. Hilda's Church ��� Sechelt  1.45 p?m. Evensong  St. Aidan's Church  Roberts Creek  3.15 p.m. Evensong  PENTECOSTAL  TABERNACLE  Sunday Services:   ?  9:45 a.m. Sunday* Schbol  11:00 a.nt Deyo^rial"  7:30 ??p.m. ,Eyan?gelistic  Prayer and Bible Study  Wednesday 8 p.m.    ��� -  Young Peoples v Friday 8 p.m.  .:^-.:y^p^Ep?':bHTO.CH"  ,?;'?.-: y?^Gibsohs:? ������;  9.45 ^.m. Snnday  School :  11.00 ?a.m. Public  Worship  Roberts Creek:;  k00 p;m. Pubjgc Worship?  X  vv   Selma, Park: ;  3.30 p.m. Public Worship  Port Mellon:  7.30 Friday Evenings  An invitation.is extended to  all who have ,do other church  home.  St. VINCENT'S MISSIONS  Sieptember 7; 1952    '  St. ?Mary ��� - Gibsons' ��� 9 a.m.  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  11 a.m.  Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Biggs of    in St. Hilda's Anglican Church;  Sfeptember 14,  1952 y;  St! Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 11 a.m.  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  9 a.m., INVEST NOW.-.IM YOUIS CREDIT UNION  Weekly service throughout the Peninsula  Agent     C-H. Moorhouse  Phone Sechelt 90 W/  Lumber     -  AH  Grades  All dimensions from    $40.00 M  Complete   line   of   Building   Materials  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  Phone Sechelt 60       .  OWING TO THE FILM STRIKE WE ARE UNABLE  TO BOOK PICTURES AHEAD. HOWEVER, WE  EXPECT TO HAVE A GOOD SHOW EVERY NIGHT  AT iOTH THEATRES.  African Queen  Wed. Sept.  10,  8  p.m.  Fri. Sept. 18, 8 p.m.  Thnrs. Sept. 11, 7 and 9  Sat.   Sept.  13,  7  and 9  ^&*!$h;m^  Ten Tall Men   (technicolor)  Thurs. Sept. 11, 8 p.m.  Sat. Sept. 13, 8 p.m.  SUNSET   BOULEVARD  Gloria  ��wansfcn  Monday and  Tuesday  Sept. 8 and 9, at 8 p.m.  Wed. Sept.  10, 8 p.m.  Fri. Sept. 13, 8 p.m.  NOTE: African Queen is one  of    the    greatest    adventure  pictures ever filmed! Starring  Katharine   Hepburn   and  Humphrey  Bogart:-  uibson^Tlieaim Theatre  Under new manasment.  Fully experienced cooking staff  to cater to yoifa individual fancy  FULL FOUNTAIN SERVICE  Drop In while shopping  or after the show!  Roberts Creek  By MADGE NEWMAN  Thjej local VON .Auxiliary is  resting easily as from last  Saturday when the Evan Kemp  and Trail Riders orchestra  drew a good crowd to the  dance and left the Auxiliary  'over the top' on their annual  money raising qiiofca. $580 is  a large amount to rafeje in a  community this size and the  organization may well be proud  of it's efforts.  The popular Kemp and WX  flTrail Riders will hei hjere again  on October 25, also in the  interests  of the VON.  Ladiets Auxiliary to the  Legion is still on the job and  coming up with a whist drive  ait the Lleigion Hall on, the*  evening,of the 5% of September, that is.  For that matter the Eastern  Star, alfchough taking a vacation for the summer months,  is not temtir^ily inactive. In the  sewing department; las* Thursday, the Roberts Creek group  met at the home of Mrs. E.J.  Shaw to work and'.make plans  for a future bazaar.  TkKn Towners-,. too, are filled  with "vpm, vigour and vitality,  and -ad'je starting the season  with an adult dance on the  13th  of September.  Bingo drew a crowd of fun-.-  .stietrs to the Legion Hall when  legion members recently entertained with a lavish' hand.  Proceeds of the evening went  to  the building fund.  Although we live: to a ripe  o��ld age here at the Creek, we  have occasional vet backs, and  :the sick lii-tt bUlkitins report,  thia-t. Mrs. C, Bourn is making  daily headway since her operation, with Charley jdoing a  good job as nurse, chief cook  and bottle washer. Mrs. E.  Saixdberg also home from the  ,������ Hostpjftia.lv.and':'���. getti^gv -along  well. Mr.C. Smith, il] for the  last two weeks, went into hospital for treatment.  It    is    now    'the    time    for  Margaret Havens t-o pack tip  her- flowers,   fresh ' vegetables  and  fruit  and   go .back   to   a  school '-desk.  All  summer  this  enterprising    little, lady    has  occupied a gay booth in front  of her home, selling"hiar. tempting wares to passim g motorists.  Bj'iill ��� Montgomery   and   son,  Howard, son-in-law and grandson  of   Mr.   J.   Crrjw,   visited  here last week, travelling down  from Powell River in a! boat of  their own  construction.  They  report Mr. Crow in good health  and  happy  in his new  holme,  concerning    himself    for    the  most part with the Montgomery  garden,.  '     Mr. Ernie Wallis down from  Kemano,   waiting   for  his   injured back to heal and having  a  look  at  his. prize toimatoes.  He   hopes   to   return   to   the  northern community next week.  Word   comes 'from.':.. daughter  Norma  (that   sb,e.  is   enjoying  army  life  in  Quebec  and  has.  no  regrets  fo>r- having joined  the Air Force.  .Whaty cToes one do, with a  Bear in one's orchard? We  fnought the- apple trees were  so well ~ covered with and  dteiguised with blackberries that  even the anmals wouldn't find  them. One sly and wily Bear  has been in.- just looking  ardund, prejmbly picking out  the; choicest 'apples preparatory  to bringing the gang in some  night for a bang-up, big blowout. I guess I will put,--up a  *' No Admittance?', sign and if  fha:t doesn't work, well. I will  lieit? him have the apples and  honp he gets a sitr^ach aohe.  WV, hear that Ml and Sheila  Olson     and    f imalh   daughter  Karen.   r)or>ular   young   jr>lto*  from this district, have bought  a  house  at  Nechako :Heights  Thursday September 4, 1952   The Coast News  We have appreciated your patronage through the years.  We have now sold our business to  r.  rs  on  :L  acLean  who have opened; this week with a full line of Fall Shoes.  We trust you will patronize them as you did us in the  past. ' ,.,  r. and Mrs. G. W. Anderson  Anderson's Shoes ��� Gibsons  MacLeaifs Shoe Store  PRESENTING -  our New Fall Stock of  shoes for the family,  new shipment of rubbers  MacLean's Shoe Store  (formerly Anderson's Shoes)  owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Don MacLean  ��� formerly of Davis Bay ���  Gibsons Salmon Derby  1 t  Awards of our Special Prizes to local residents  "���������^^���^^v:^>f.?.c:v;?v(frpm-;;;Kiiowles Service: Hardware)   .  LANDING NET to Bill Swallow for his 12 lb. Cohoe  FISHING PLUG to Bobby Lamont for his 10%'lb. Cohoe  ir-  %9^ pieces  fcibbey Serf edge  ���j  CRYSTAL GlASSWMl  24  I  Pieces   |  SAftoot I  CRYSTAL  A MATCHED SET���24 lovely glasses with a new exclusive Western  pattern that cannot be purchased anywhere. A complete matched set  in 4 fixes of 6 glasses each. FREE���with the purchase of a  Come in today and let us show you the  advantages and economies you can enjoy  *iHi a Coleman oil space heater.  this Oiteff for a Limited Time Only  *,  ���S^jvffi^AR  KnOWLES^^^ARDWARE-  Phone 33  Gibsons, B.C. 'ihe Coast News      Thursday Septembiea- 4, 1952  Use The Coast News Classified  Boris9 Beauty Parle  A  from  FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5,  Re���opening  TUESDAY   SEPTEMBER  16.  /  $1,300 BUYS A LOT -  OF HIGHER EDUCATION  V:  Putting your youngsters through high school and college  is a costly business. And, if you're lifcfe most people, you will  have to prepare for that expense well in advance.  An easy way to do it, should you noti need the Family Allowance Cheques for their primary purpose of paying for tlie youngster's day-to-day expenses, is to earmark all of them for his  later education. The cheques for one child, saved in a B of M  account until the agfe of 16 is reached, total more than $1,300,  including interest. It's a handy start toward- a higher education.  And it means you have ready money in the bank available for  any unexpected opportunity or emergency.  Start while your youngster is still tiny, and you'll have a  sum which will really count when the first college bills arrive.  WJiy not drop into the B of M next tim�� you are passing, and ,  open your child's "Fund for the Future." Tom Larson* manager  oi .the Gibsons, Sechelt, and Port Mellon branch, says any member  of his staff will gladly welcome thfe opportunity of assisting  you in putting this- good idea into practise.  oavea  AND LABOUR  lime  Install a DURO PUMPING SYSTEM  for Greater Profits ... save TIME  and LABOR doing daily chores . . .  a DURO gives added comfort and  convenience in home and barn . . .  Running water at the turn of a tap  "speeds up" every farm chore. There  is a DURO Pump for every farm  need.  KITCHEN  Eliminate old "pump  and carry" ��� fresh  running WATER ON  TAP saves TIME and  kitchen drudgery  BARN  Why carry water?  Clean fresh, running  water at the turn of  a tap saves WORK  and TIME ... greater  PROFITS too!  iMdM  TRUCK GARDENERS  depend on a DURO  WATER SYSTEM  ... assured of plenty  of moisture when  needed.  Phone or visit us today for DURO Pumps and EMCO  Plumbing   Fixtures.    Write   for   illustrated   folder.  Ql Aury  MARSHALL'S  Plumbing ��� Heating ��� Supplies  GIBSONS ��� Phone 64-S  EMPIRE BRASS MFG. CO. LIMITED  Hamittor - S��. CufijariBW - Toronto > SodWrj:,�� WfofrfpitfrVMCwwr*  -.-  '��� '      ECOP522  lis Plot of Earth  ��� By SA?tfDY LOAM ���  UnLesisi; my palm may press  the soil,.  Unless my hand may pull the  weieid,  Unljess mjy brow be: damp  with toil,  The garden isi not mine,  indeed.  Chinese Proverb.  Three of us were discussing  the "Green Thumb.'.' the  other day. We finally agreed  that some people have a1 knack  of making things grow that is  almost uncanny; that il sometimes seemptd an extra sense,  the almost instinctive knowledge of what ai plant needs.  One man remarked that he  usually spoke to a plani as he  planted it; this led to the dis-  cpvefry that hjetiwfcen usj wet <  knew of. several gardeners who  blessed their plants and seeds'!  This bringsi us to a point we  would stress in thisi column.  Whatever you do when, planting anything, do plant it firmly.  A rooted cutting-; plant or  shrub; and your foot or your  clenched fist should be used :  freely to tamp it in. We are  convinced that firm planting  and a good period of extra  watering in dry weather will  give most plants a chance to  live. ,  THE MAGIC HEAP  La*sit w��fek we opened a compost heap of most beautiful,  siweieft smelling soil. Two months'  ago it was a mixture of leaves,  weieds (and ehopped bracken,  with a modicum of manure.  Without turning, but with the  help of thousands of earthworms and countless bacteria  Moither N-Jfturfc' has wrought  another miracle. We did use a  piaich of herbs from England  to help, and we kept it moist  and covered. But there is a real,  thrill for a garden lover in  ttiach heap or box of finished  compost.  FAIR AFTERMATH  Two things were noteworthy  in the floral section. One, the  maepes of flowers on display  compared with the few of a  year or two ago. The Peninsula  must be igettin'g flower conscious. A lot- of credit is due-  tine Gibsons Garden Club; also  to those gopd ladies who work  sio hafd with the Wildwood  Garden Club for juniors.  The other striking ��&hibit  was the Begonia display of Mr.  Dick Reeves of Roberts Cr.eek,  a mairitpir gardener and lover  of beauty..Jt was. an eye-npeiier  to many who had not followed  the recent developments in this  most gorgeous, of shade loving  flowers, and many quesitions  were asked about begonias~and  how to grow them;  May we suggest that anyone  interested, in growing a particular flowieji" ;should join the  garden club,' and afik for a  group to be .formed to study  and grow that flower. That  method is. both inexpensive and  practical, more espieleiialljy as  most .garden clubs! 'gradually  get good if rather limited  libraries.  Flowers? that<\end themselves  to group specializing include,  Delphiniums; Mums; African  Violets; Iris and Pansies. While  special typieis of garden, i-iuch  as Rockeries; Herb and Water  Gardens also make interesting  study and co-operative subjects  B. W. M. BONE  Chartered  Accountant  1045 WestiFehder St.  VANCOUVER "1, B.C.  --''-��� TAtlow 1954 ���  Wm.  McFADDEN  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  '" Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Every day except Thurs.  Why go to Vancouver for  Optical Service?  v'j^#&i^")z��r?"y:i~: ."' -y*j%' y  ^���������v. ��� ' . "'" i   u lil'iii'i ^mt Villi ��� i" j      i ii *w   '<������ n      1. ��� ��� - ��� **  Giseie MacKEinzie, ^popular  Canadian vocalist who has  made good in the United States  in recent yfaars, has returned  to hpr native land to carry out  an extended .personal - appearance tour.  Earlier this month she was  heard on a special CBC broadcast .welcoming , her home.  Since moving to California  a year ago she has beejn  featured regularly on Bob  Crosby's. Club 15 and the  Mario Lanza Show on CBC  Dominion. Shei has also made  several records for Capital.   '  Are you  BUILDING?  We can supply men .and  material for any job  Carpenters  Plumbers  Electricians  Painters  Sechelt  Building Supplies  ���" Phone Sechelt 60 ���  KOLTERMAN SAWMILLS  HALFMOON   BAY  Lumber  Cut  to Your Specifications  ��� Phone Halfmoon Bay 7-Z ���  Winners of this weeks  4 Theatre Tickets  Mr. Proppj Gibsons  Mrs. T. Puruya^ Wilson Creek >  ,- ������:.���;%  THE COAST NEWS  Bnn stories...  "To- train the'shark was not so simple as you may think,"  said the bosun.   ; " '  "Fortunately, the brig when she grounded was loaded to  the marks with Lamb's Navy Rum. By judiciously rewarding  my finny friend with dark invigorating tots, I so influenced  his mind that he would give me the better fish such as  turbot, retaining for himself only inferior qualities like cod.  A trivial point, perhaps, but I thought gobd for discipline.:  I was about to send him to bring me a wife from among tne  girls bathing in a distant lagoon, when suddenly I sighted  a sail. Instantly mounting the shark I went alongside and  pausing only to present him with the corkscrew, climbed  aboard."  y-Zx ������-..������;..       ���-������ \      ' ..":>   .       r        ���  "That's a Rum Story," said the wedding guest incautiously.  "Very kind of you, I'm sure, sir," replied the mariner.  VI could just fancy a Lamb's Navy Rum."  V)  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board, er by the Government of British Columbia. Call us now for chimney cleaning-, oil burner servicing1  and cleaning before winter. We also repair furnaces and  stoves. ANYWHERE ON THE PENINSULA  Used ranges and drums for sale; stands made to order.  "'?   "*'w ' ���'     ' "   '    '''   :    ���;t"'      '���������.������--"    .... /  Dealers for Kemac Oil Burner  C. & S. OIL BURNER SALES & SERVICE  Sechelt 74 ''' "  wa  Business and Professional  D I R ECTO RY  m  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  I < For Reference  APPLIANCES  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS  Agents for  RCA Victor  Records  Columbia Records  Frigidaire Ranges and  Refrigerators  Beatty Pumps and  [ Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ��� Phone Gibsons 32  BLASTING  Rocks ��� Blasting ��� Rbadbuilding  X JACK CAMPBELL  BLASTING  i 5308 Pr. Edward Ave., Vancouver  ��� FRaser 3831 ���  \ Fully   Licensed.  All   Experienced  Men.  BEER BOTTLES  Will  call  and  buy for  rash,  bees-  bottles, scrap metal, etc.  : Calls   made   at  intervals   from  Hopkins to Irvine's Landing  , R. H. STROSHEIN  y'.        Wilson Creek; ~v  .:.--">-:,  CLEANERS  PENINSULA GLEANERS  Cleaners  for the Sechelt  Peninsula;  ��� Phones ���  Ulbstms 100 ��� Sechelt 45 J  ELECTRICAL WORK  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  i,..: Phone  45  Appliances ��� Fixtures ��� Radios  i Member Electrical Heating Ass'n.  \ Washing Machines  I  FLORIST  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.  I GIFT STORE  Headquarters  for' Wool,  Lotions ��� Cards ��� Toys  Miscellaneous .Gifts  GIBSONS 5-10-15 STORE  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  SECHELT CARTAGE  M.   HEMSTREET  Sawdust ��� Wood ��� Coal  We haul anything, anywhere,  anytime  Phone Sechelt 97H       Sechelt, B.C.  Hardware  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 ��� Gibsons B.C.  Builders' Hardware  Paint? ���X Plumbing  .��� Appliances ������ y  Complete? Installation  Maintenance Service  .  :";i * DELIVERIES  TO ALL POINTS  KINDERGARTEN  STRATFORD  KINDERGARTEN  at  STRATFORD   CAMPSITE  Roberts Creek  Residential and  Day Pupils  Opens September 15th  H. Galliford ��� R. R. 1, Gibsons  Phone 22 A  GIBSONS  KINDERGARTEN  Reopening  Sept.  8, 1952  Information ��� Miss W��M. New  or   Coast   News  Telephone from  Sept. 1.  , Gibsons 64 S 4  MACHINISTS Z  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert  Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  Phone 54 ~ Res: 58  NOTARY PUBLIC  ���  Gibsons ������  Office 37 Res. 116 W  OIL BURNERS  C & S OIL BURNERS  SALES  and  SERVICE  W.   Swain D.  Currie  Ranges,   Furnaces,   Chimneys  Cleaned  used ranges for sale  AUTHORIZED KEMAC  DEALERS  ��� Sechelt 74 ���    ".  PLUMBING  s.  Plumbing  and .Electrical  Supplies ��� Fixtures  Service  SECHELT BUILDING  SUPPLIES  RADIO  Sechelt Radio & Electrical  Appliance Service  Radio aiid Refrigeration Repairs  W. G. FORTT  Telephone Sechelt 25 J  REAL ESTATE and  INSURANCE  , ni  JOHN COLERIDGE  AGENCIES  Gibsons   and   District's   Only  Full  Time Real Estate and Insurance  Office Since 1948.  Phone Gibsons 37  SECOND HAND STORE  Hardware ��� China  Tools ��� Furniture  Household Equipment  Magazine ��� Books  WE BUY __. TRADE ��� SELL  PENINSULA SECOND  HAND STORE  Phone Gibsons 99  TYPEWRITERS  Typewriter Sales and Service ���-  ���Remington "Rand; Agentyt y ���]��-���.  48 - hour service  Colin Wingrave       Granth.79L  West Sechelt  aammammammmimmmmmimmaBaamBmsmammmtmm  By MARGARET  ALLAN  Visiting here is Mrs. Clare  Munroe{ seicretajry to! the  Dls}tric[t CouneiJl of) thiei  Canadian Legion, W.A. She.is  staying with her daughter and  son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B.  Barnhill, and their son, Ian.  Mm D. Richardson has as  her guests Mrs. Alexis Smart  from Chilliwack and^Mrs. Isa  McNeil from Vancouver.  Micky Crucil is visiting his  Grandpa(t'e(iiis(, Mr. aind Mrl��:.  Jack ^Woods. Mr., a'nd Mrs^  Sydntey Karton are the proud  pariemts of a baby girl.  Mrs Audrey Woods and  children have been visiting her  parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred  Gibbons. I had a visit from Mr.  and Mrs. W. Hutchins. They  are proud of son, Jack, doing  so wejll at thpi Olympic Games  although he wias elbowed and  spiked by a Polish athlete.  His! Cojlllegei has presentje|d  him with thei Emerald Award  for thcj mosit outsitatndjing  student of the year.  Mrs. George Gibson is back  from the Hospital, where she  has been quite sick, we hope  she will have, continued good  heialth.  Mr. and Mrs. Henry Draper  with son Richard, and daughter  Patisjy, are spending a few days  with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  N. Taylor, and. Mr. and Mrs.  Robert; Kjpan a'nd their two  grandsons are back from a trip  to California.  Mrs,   D.   Richardson   enter-  Thuraday September 4, 1952 The Coast News  Sechelt  By ARIES  Flyiing down from Prince  Rupejct to visit his grandmother, Mrs. Bess Parker, was  Mr." Stan Parker. Also visiting  Mrs. Parker anel Mr. and Mrs.  Ralph Hood and daughter  . Barbara! also from Prince,  Rupert.  Visaing here from Victoria,  is- Mrs. G. Smith and children,  guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon  Potte.  Sorry to hear, that Mrs. J.  Creighton will be leaving us,  on her way back to New  Zealand. Also- leaving Secn^t  is Mrs. R. Jenk^s.  Saw   some  v,eiry  attractive  CftiinJeiSfe  gjiiflfe  here  ra^entjly.  Hear they were guests of Mr.  and Mrs.   J.  /Smith   (Village  Bakery) and their names were  Buddie  Long,  Bobbie   Long,,  Margaret Geie^and Pansy Woo,  all were situdeints of the Chinese  Presbyterian Mission, and had  been in Mrs.  Smith's Sunday  Sehool class, - some years ago.  They really enjoyed their stay  with uj%. ?Hopie1�� they will come  again.  Over thirty guests attended/  a surprise .party held in honor  of Mrs.  Danny Mulrooney in  the  Legion Hall.   Mrs;.   Mulrooney   is  leaving   us  t.o  join  hfer .-husband    in   Red    Deje.r  Alberta.  The hall was beautifully  decorate,   and  a   table  was  loaded  with  goinig-away  gifts, one of which was �� very  (handsome   compact   given,  by  thjej Ladies Baseball   team   of  whijDih   Mrs.    Mulrooney   had  been   a  nusanber   and  will   be  .ili-oVlBr' missed...?; She was  prej-  senited with >a�� corsage as also  was Mrs. Bob Kent who was  onpi of the ladies who had made  thiei evening a success. Mrs M.  Tracey was the official hostess.  -'   The   last    of   the vev?ening?  service'?/ was held at St. Hilda's  Church with the childrens choir  in full att!?tndancief. They child-  reini have done very welil and ?  'ts? nice to  see  them,voacfe. A?;  great d*al   of  credit   ^oas  to  Mr. and Mrs1. Archie Williams  who  put   in  many  hours  of  practice  with   the  girls.  tained with a holiday tea  recently. Those present were  Mrs. Clar.e Munroe, Mrs. I.  McNeil, Mrs. Barnhill and Ian,  Mrs. Alexis Smart and Rosemary, and Mrs. M. Allen. She  has given Mrs. Smith of the  Visage Bakery the Canasta  bug", so, card fans, look out!  <<  ����<  Gain 5 to 10 lbs. Round but bony limbs. Fill op  ugly hollows. Get lovely curves. Ostrex Toole  invigorates body skinny or weak due to lack of  iron. Improves appetite and digestion so food  builds more flesh. Don't fear getting too Sat.  Stop taking when you gain the 5 to 10 lbs. yoa  need for an attractive figure. Introductory sum  only 60f. Try Ostrex Tonic Tablets for lovely  body, new pep and vitality, today. At all druggists.  CREDIT UNIONS CAN SOLVE YOUR  FINANCIAL PROBLEMS  Sucre Lumber Co. Ltd.  Saw Mill and Planer  North Road, Gibsons,        Phone 82  Good Quality  SHIPLAP,       LUMBER,       TIMBER,  in Fir and Cedar  ANNOUNCING.  \  Our hours of business  0:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Kindly pick up all orders by 5 p.m..  Village Bakery  PHONE SECHELT 49  Small Logging Unit  Army 4 x 4 Ford with sub frame arid  8 ft hunk. Single axle trailer.  Complete for only $1280.����  Peninsula Motor Products Ltd.  "The name that means a good deal."  PHONE  WILSON   CREEK   5-S  lour Peninsula General Motor Dealers  Join  A Bowling  League  Several teams have heen formed. Let's get  together, now, to form leagues. Phone Frank  Yates at Sechett 92 R and he'll give you the  details on. league play.  ��!���  wiin  Phone Sechislt 92 B  HAVE YOU SEEN YOUR CREDIT UNION  TREASURER LATELY? 8  The Coast News     Thursday September 4, 1952  Veterans to Else  ���argrave Discusses  In gambier Island    Election Chances  On Sunday, September 28,  %i-e annual general meeting of  iAi\T ana AF will be held in the  hall at Gambietr Harbour.  Officers for the ensuing year  .will be named.  The final executive meeting  of the present executive is  scheduled for   S.'eptemb^i-   14.  Despite the inclement  wea|tp/3r, the1 church service  held in the hall was a marked  success. Thiei executive had  (expected a few visitors from  Gibsons, but the weather evidently kept them away. But  in, spite of their absence, there  was a congregation of 45 out  to heai* the} Re!v. H. B.erry,  branch  chaplain.  Membelrs  of  the  B.C.   command  cairn e talong  with   Mx.  Bei*ry  |to  visit  xihfc   members  at  Gambiier  Harbour   during:  and  after the  church  service.  The executive ricfportsi that  28 new records have been received for use at the regular  dances Inefld in the hall.  Legion Invites New  Members; Visitors  Colored movies, a report  irom iheadquartj.jrs^ and the  initiation ui new members  is planned for the first meeting .  of Canadian Legion Branch 140  at Sechelt. The meeting is  scheduled or .Tuesday, Septein.  ber 9,  at 8 o  'clock.  The executive has extended  a special invitation to members  a'nd visiting ve'tiea-ans in the  district, from Wilson Cnjek  to Halfmoon Bay, to come  along and join the gang.  "Olfcl   Sweats"   withjin  the  organization; are pleased to see  ithjb; younger  vtefte;'rans  taking  hold,  both  in  Sechedt  as  well  aSi  ^n   other   bpanchjes   across  the  country.   In  this  province  alone,    3079    young   .veterans  joined the Deigion  during the  first six months of. this year.  While on a visit to the  cabimiet as an officer of the  B.C. Federation of Labour,  Tony Gargrave had a fhue  opportunity to observe the  reaction of the capital to the  balloons being floated by Mr.  Bennett and his cabinjejt with  regards to an election in  November.  There is no doubt about it,  according to Tony, that the!  prospect of facing the legislature in the Spring looks less  and less like a good idea. The  ministers, themselves, some of  whom ran just for a "lark",  are overwhelmed by. the immense deltail of work their  departments require, and they  issue at least two conflicting  statements a day.  .? Hospital Insurance ~ the  beginning of a comprehensive  health scheme - isi in danger  of- being scuttled by irresponsible remarks of Minister . of  Health and Wfelfare, Eric  Martin according to Tony.  He has no hesitation in saying that the Socred government  haw not the ability or the  courage to face the legislature.  They have proved themselves  to bte, meddlesome amateurs,  he said.  "No one in Victoria can  recall an. .election ever being  hel|d withoujt fir��;it calling a  m^tt^ng' of the Legislature..  Nobody knows what the Legislature may'want to do once  it convenes, much less Mr.  Bennett. The inference is that  if you do not like the results  of one election we'll just call  another until wfei get one to  our liking. That was something  that people like King Charles  lost their heads over," Tony  Gargrave said in- an interview  with the Coast Njeivm  She threw the 'alphabet soup  at her husband ��� hot words  passed between them. .  A-  KOLTERMAN SAWMILLS  Let us ELEC1W innr home  i.   .  Combination    Ceal-Wood-EIectric    Range  0��@#��@0  Ideal for this area;   with your old f"angev  Boiler and a G.E. side-arm water heater, thfis  installation will" give full electric cooking and  hot waiter with cozy heating for the cold winter  days <  Installed for     $395#00  (service change extra)       l  Phone 45 Gibsons  PEATT and LAMBERT PAINT    DEALER  Murdoch's  "^^By.Elsa--  Mr. and'Mrs. B. Glover have  been visiting Mr. and ?Mrs.  Royal Murdoch. Mr. and Mrs.  M.O. IrlcCallum and daughter  Mary have been visiting with  Mr.  and Mrs.   R.  Williamson.  Mr. and Mrs. D. Parkes have  enjoyed a< visit from their  daughter Mrs. F. Slater and  two -small grandsons. Mrs.  Parkes has returned to. Vancouver with them for a few  days visit. Mrs. Harvey Leith,  with Ronnie, and Jimmy, returned from 'a; visit to Vancouver. "Welcome to Mr. and Mrs.  W. Ackroyd and their three  children :* newcomers* to Irar  point.  SHOPPING  AROUND  Bert's Meat Market, .in  Gibsons has changed hands;  and is now under management  of Ivan Piedersen who was  formerly with Anna's Coffee  Bar in Gibsons. Ivan knows  the meat business from horn.-;  to tip of tail, having learned  the business in Denmark.  W# heard that at least onif  Vancouver family bought' all  their school supplies here on  the peninsuja heicause school  supplies are cheapieir here than  in Vancouver. Chris'si Variety  Shoppe made the sale to the  Vancouver family which was ���  vacationing in Sechelt.  Use The Coast News Classified  41 DODGE  38 HUDSON  37 CHEVROLET  37 CHEVROLET  37 STUDEBAKER  37 NASH  37  CHEVROLET  36 PONTIAC  35 PONTIAC  33 DODGE  29 CHEVROLET  coach  coupe  coach  coupe  sedan  sedan  1/2 Aon pickup  sedan,  coupe  sedan  sedan  $495.00  195.00  395.00  350.00  425.00  395.00  295.00  295.00  195.00  225.00  95.00  ALL CARS LICENSED  and ready to go  GIBSONS USED CAR SALES  ��� Phone Gibsons 102-W ���'  TRADE-IN-SALE  *%8^$m  #*>*������"  w*w��gjS^:.S~X'~~  ���*<���*..  "^  ^t"*'  ���*r  d.  o?  &p*:u#0>:  AUTOMATIC WASHER  v.% t      vvw ���  . v.-<^.%s % ���      \  i  1  L  Why it's th�� ����st Buy of the Year  3  MOST    PRACTICAL    OF  AIL WASHERS FOR YOU  1. Uses only HALF as much  hot water���  2. Rolls on  Casters ��� roll  It  .where you want. Keep It  where you please.  3. Hydroflex Damp dry eliminates spinner. No vibration. No bolting.  '���"4:. Water and dirt go out  through the top���not down  Z..   through the clothes.  i5. Agitator action washes  cleaner*  When you trade In your old washer, get one  that is up to date. Don't go back to the old  fashioned wringer type.  Think HOW MUCH MORE an Automatic will  do for you than the one you have: No  wringing, no wringer danger, no rinsing or  bluing, no boiling or bleaching, no filling up  tubs or emptying them, no water to carry,  no muss on floor, no hands In water. IT  SAVES WASH DAY ENTIRELY.  The Beatty Is FULLY Automatic. It washes,  rinses, damp dries, cleans itself/ shuts off,  all automatically*  Sunset Hardware  Phone 32 ��� Gibsons; B.C.  ���OTHERS   USHERS     RANGES  HOUSEHOLD  W4  flpPLiflnccs  IROK'ERS  y  WATER HEATERS


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