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 FRQViislCIAL  UBwARY  iLCTOf?  Provincial Library  Victoria, B. C.  s  Phone your news or  orders to   ��� ������ : '��� : * \y * tt^-1  ~j  '     Sixth Year'of Publication   Thursday October 23, 1952    Vol- 6-^        Published in GIBSONS, B.C.       serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  Norway's Gift Graces U��N* Council Chamber  A painting symbolizing universal peace and freedom by the efforts  of enlightened men through the United Nations was recently unveiled  In the Security Council Chamber at U.N. Headquarters. The 16 by 26  toot mural was painted by the famous Norwegian artist, Per Krohg,  on commission from the\Norwegian Government which contributed  the decorations and fittings of the Chamber. The marble-framed  mural is set into the east wall of the room and faces the public  gallery.  Shown  are two workmen completing the  installation.  "Our Jimmy" Is Given  isheries Minister Job  Jimmy Sinclair, member for Coast-Capilano in the Federal  house, and summertime reside/nit here on the Sechelt Peninsula,  was made minister of fisheries im a surprise move taken last week  by Prime Minister St- Laurent. Mr- Sinclair is ome of two ministers appointed last 'week; both fronl B.C-.  Form erly    parliamentary ------ -    -.^y-.y '������,'���'.������������'? ' -.  assistant to the minister of  fin a n c e, Jimmy Sinclair is  .scheduled to speak in the  Sechelt Legion Hall on November 6,. This wjll be his first  public iaippearamtce on the Sunshine Coast si/nce his promotion,  and it is expected he'll be  greeted with added enthusiasm  in Sechelt, since he is now a  cabinet minister-  His promotion" to the cabinet  in the federal house has f inaly  spiked rumors that he would  return to BC. to take over the  leadership of the Liberals in  the province.  Jimmy, who first entered the  house of commons in 1940, has  beem; mentioned several times  in the past as a good bet for  the cabinet-. Although he had  crossed? swprds with Mr- McKenzie ^ing, He was quickly  recognized as one of the outstanding young mem; in Canada  by Prime Minister $t. Laurent.  Jimmy Sinclair was to have:  spoken in Sechelt oh October  29, hut has been called toV  Ottawa to meet with Mr.. St.  Laurent. He will return here  to speak in Sechelt. on November 6.    .        ."\.:X-.". ���'"'','���'  We're proud to have '*Our  Jimmy" sitting in the seats.."bf.....  the   mighty   in   Ottawa;   and  wish him every success on Jiis-��  niew:. .-job-'?''���..-���"������";  Adults Blame Youth;  Youths Blame Adults;  When the Gibsons Board of  Trade executive wrote the  school^principal pointing out  that the students, walking on  the road, w^re holding- up  ���traffic, the students admitted  it- They admitted j too, it was  fun -to- make the trucks slow  down.  But, they countered with the  accusation that some~motorists  wore travelling through thei  school zone at 30 and 40 miles  an hour.  Which brought members of  the Board of Trade to consider  the sinis of the adults: speeding through school zones;  .stopping their cars > on the  middle of the main street to  hold conversations; walking  and chatting in the middle of  the ��� road-   \  The Board of Trade is now  to study the-possibility of putting a sidewalk alicin,g the main  street to' keep the adults���and  the kids���from walking on the?  middle of the road.   ?  HEW RESIDENT  FOR GIBSONS X  Congratulations>to. Mr- and  Mrs. Jack ?&larshaill of Gibsons  on the biA Iin)"^  a little sister for Bruc��. ?M?otier  and daughter? reported to /be  both doing well and ?Cexpected  home  soon. 1  Council Discusses  -  Drilling for Wafer  Gibsons pillage council Tuesday   evening   heard   a   report  from a! drilling firm that from  .2000 gallons to 80.00 gallons of  pure water could  be obtained  in Gibsons through sinking a  six-inch:casing into the Water'  ���shelf, Two. six-inch pipes would  guarantee ? better   than    5000  ^gallons, the report?said. As the  area    grew,    10-incb    casings  could be put in.  Paul Cote Explains  Road Problems Here  Paul Cote, engineer in: charge  on the * Marw ell. Construction  job building the.'PoJrt Mellon  road, said that road .'work was.  going ^on at a good pace on, the  road- "There were over 2000  horsepower in theV machines  on the job, he said.,  He said that the contractors  had run: into difficulties with  boulders '.'as big as an auditor^  ium", aind were now working  on 3500 jt'eet of swainp which  made construction,? difficult-  Some ditching has been done,  he said- ��� ;;  He felt that the department  of publ-ic works should have  an overciT JMan concerning  road construction/work in B-C.  lie said that local loggers and  boards of trade members could "  have been contacted vwho knew  the peculiarities of the terrain,  in their own, local"-areas, thus  skiving taxpayers moihey in preliminary surveys,    v  The Board of Trade went on  record as .favoring the establishment of a road commission  in B.C. similar to, the power  commission.  Tomy Gargrave announced  that he had had word .from the  Hon- Phillip Gaglairdi, minister  of public works, that the Port  Mefilon-Gibsonfc road wasi 50  percent finished- Two bridges  out of three were? in and culverts laid- He reported thai* he'"'  expected the job to be completedtry June pf?n'ext,year.  vMr;^ iGaglardi' fh^dT}ihfbrmed'  Mr- Gargrave that the contract  of $259,000 . would likely be  overdrawn;.  o Says 5 th Avenue  as All The Fashions  is  "I'm sorry now  missed  the   VOiN-sponsored  " is the theme song of dozens of women who  show  in  the   high   school  oitii' snow  in  auditorium last Friday. Those who saw it want a repeat performance. The show was put on under the direction of Mrs. Irene  Coleridge of Irene's Dress Shoppe.  No Ferry Link Next  Spring Says Paulin  Col. George Paulin, president  of Black Ball Ferries, told the  Powell River Board of Trade  last Thursday evening that it  would be a year or-16 months  before the Jervis . Imlet ferry  link will be in operation. He  said that at the present time,  a survey crew was working  from Kleindale, and. it would  probably be three or four  months, at leaist, before tenders could be called.  The ferry company would be  ready to operate as soon as the  provincial government has built  the roed, he said-  ' He spoke briefly of the  beauties of the Sunshine Coast.  and remarked that the entire  area, from West . Vancouver  to Powell River was bound to  feel a new surge of life with  the Powell River link completed-  KG Anderson  Named Socred President  Dr- Harley C. Anderson j Gibsons, was elected president of  the MacKenzie Riding Social Credit League at a. convention; held  in Westview last Friday evening- Dr. Anderson, formerly vice-  president or* the group, replaces C.B.. Schindeler of Westview.  Delegates  from  the   Powell  Women's Institute  Donation Appreciated  Pivei"i-Westview area were  quiclFto realize the importance  of the Sechelt Peninsula in  proposing Dr. Anderson as  president. They pointed out  that there are 5000 provincial  votes on the Sunshine Coast  as compared with' 5400 in thte  Powell River area- With strong  leadership on the Peninsula  thiey see a strong, united group  of Socreds in this riding.  First vice-president is Cecil  Coe of Westview, while Les  Rimes of Gibsons was named  second vice-president and C-B.  Schindeler, third vice-president-  - Amon;gKresolutions discussed  by   the   convention   was   one  which asked that local loggers  ' be   brought  into   consultation  with public  works  engineers  when/ roads   are   to  be  built.  Members felt that-the loggers  knew the peculiarities  of the  terredn   and   the   problems   of  their ^owri districtsJ'^ncl, could  .thus   saVe   public   mpniey   by  acting v as   advisorsi??? Another  resolution    calleo^   for   lower  selling price for hearing aids.  The'Hon: Eric Martin, minister of health anid weelfare,  was to have been guest speaker  at the meeting, but was unable  to get to Westview due to fog.  ^President Dr- AndersoniwaS'  v&ry pleased with the enthusiasm shown at the convention  and fe^els that Socreds have  a big future in B.C;  Regular  meeting  of  the  Womeui's Institute was held  at the home of Mrs- W. Ross  with 21 members present and  ���three guests. A letter of thanks  for the donation to Save the  Children fu/nd was read and a  tentative date was set with  Bedford Fine Arts for a demonstration class on making fibre  flowers, the date to be, tentative^, October 28. Members  voted to donate to the local  CNIB. They also voted to send  Christmas gifts to the children  in the Solarium.  A letter was read from the  Extension Department of the-  U-B-C. regarding short courses  at ^the university for rural  young people. Secretary of the  WI has -applications for the  courses.  ABBOTSFORD KINSMEN  VISIT   LOCAL   GROUP  Twelve members of the Kinsmen 0?ub of Abbotsford and  their wives were guests last  Saturday evening of the. Gibsons Kinsmeni. The visitors  arrived on1" the 6:30 ferry,  enjoyed dinner with the local,  group and later were tendered  a dainfce In? the Legion Hall-  One visitor from Vancouver  said that she had seen many  fashion shows! in Vancouver,  but none had compared with  the show held here in; Gibsons.  From slacks and sweater  modeled by Joyce Inglis to the  lovely bla'ck taffeta, with red  lining modeled by Irene  Landrey, the show went over  big- Grasps of excited approval  met each model as she stepped  out onto the stage.  Modeling the chilclreni.'s wear  were Penny Feeney and Helen  Sicotte, who, during one part  of the fashion show, ga.ve a big  lift to the show by indulging  in a  wrestle before  the  audi  ence; Penny Lee Davis,  login's  Patty  and  DOG OWNERS  SHOULD  BUY LICENCE  The council gave the village  clarkpoWer to prosecute in the  case of dog owners who have  been asked to buy dog licence  amd have not done so..  McCance,    Joyce  Bunny Herron-  Younger set was represented  by Celia Flumerfelt, Jackie  Johnson, II e a t h e r McColl,  Karen Stockwe'ifi, ��� and Arlene  Hicks- Adults wpre .Ilattie  Grey, Mamie Lowden, Mamie  Mary Drew, Alice Vietch, Iva  Peterson, Ireine- Landrey, <a.ud  Alice Metcalfe.  Drj3ss-of-tihe-show, lor the  male audience at least, was the  black strapless afternoon dress  Peterson, Ireime Landrey, and  .with, red velvet .cadet., jacket  wormf by Iva Peterson.  The youngs t e r s showed*  plaids, rain outfits, school,  dresses and kiddies' party  dresses, while the others displayed coats, winter sportswear, afternoon frocks, and  formals.  Work of the teachers is  appreciated. They prepared  the younger ones for the job of  waikimig onto the stage looking;  like little ladies from a page  of Vogue.  So successful was the show  that it looks as, if Irene is gohvg  to have an annual fashion show  on her hands..  Board of Trade  Sees Regatta Film  Gibsons Board of Trade ok  Monday night had a ringside  seat at the Pender Harbour  regatta whemi they saw a color  reel of aquatic events taken  by Dr. Hugh' Inglis of Gibsons  Dr- Inglis also showed a\ reel on  the PNE and one on a visit to  Yello3vstonie.  Mr- AT. Jackson of Wilsoi*  Creek joined the board and  was appointed to. the . liaiscis  and publicity committee-  Guests were Tony Gargraxe  MLA, and Paul Codi and?  .Norman. Christie of MarwelJ  Construction.  Sechelt Home  Badly Burned  Quick action, by Seciielt  Volunteer ?Fire Brigade saved  from total destruction the  home of Tom Gory next door  to the bus depot in Sechelt-  Mr." Gory had left for Vancouver when the fire broke out'  The  fire  of  unkown  origin  did  extencive damage   to  the  kitchen* arid other rooms were  damaged by heat and water.  Fire underwriters are ealiug-  tenders for repairs to the  building- The Coast News    Thursday October 23, 1952  *  (Established 1945)   -  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.  Member B.C. Weekly Newspaper /Advertising Bureau  SAMUEL NUTTER, Publisher LESLIE W. RIMES, Editor  Published every Thursday at Gibsons, B.C.  Authorized  as second  class mail,   Post  Office Department,' Ottawa.  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.  Ph��ne Gibsons 45W  Bos 6, Gibsons. British Columbia.  (Ltditorials  Our Muzzled Broadcasters  If the federal, government punished its own newspaper, paid  for out of taxes; and if the government tojd other newspapers  what they could publish, how much they could accept in the way  of advertising, and whiat they must carry in their news columns,  the private newspapers would cease to exist.  If thceditors of the government-owned newspaper held tlie  right to censor every line of copy ini the private newspapers,  there would be no reason for the private newspapers to exist.  We would have true government censorship; a muzzling of the.  news columns- . ���  That hiss not happened in the newspaper business. We are*  still able to publish what we like���as long as it is in good taste  and is not libellous.  But, the radio stations are faring less fortunate- For years:  the government-owned CBC has held the right to censor the  programs, to tell them whemi lamd how they could broadcast. Now  comes news that the. government-owned stations are able to tell  the private stations that they must carry 40 percent Canadian  talent���or else.  The ruling, itself, is not a> bad thnmlg. As ft* matter of .fact,  most stations carry over 40 percent Oamiadian talent.. The objection is to the .way the government is going about the job of  strangling the private statiojni- ,        -  Everyone knows that the government radio station, CBU, is  not the most popular station in* Vancouver. Now, they want all  stations in Canada to fit into the CBU pattern. '  The new regulation, will make listening to American radio  stations a: more popular pastime- ^ .  Poultry Business  Is Big Business  7Hens in B.C. are producing  360 million eggs a* year- This  importafnft industry, which is  concentrated largely on the  Lower Mainland and the east  coast of Vancouveer Island,  had  an average  of 2y2  acres  of Lamd per farm- Average  flock per farm was 855 last  year.  According to agricultural  experts, the Gibsons area  should be ideal for the poultry  business. Several agriculturists  here are going into the business, mostly in a small way,  but . poultry experts see the  erea becoming one of tlie  choice poultry areas in. Canada.  Canadian National Institute for the Blind  Peninsula Branch  You are invited to assist  in the great work of the  C.N  If our canvasser,, does not call  at your home, please accept this  invitation to send your contribution to  T. Larson  c/o Bank of Montreal  Gibsons, B.C.  ��-  Canadian National Institute for the Blind  Peninsula Branch-  leaders ki  PLANNING BOARD  Editor, The Coast News  Sir: ���  Your editorials on the Tour/  - ist Trade hajve encouraged me  to put into w r i t i n g some  thoughts I have had since my  first visit to the Sechelt Peninsula.  I wonder if those who" see  it every Aay appreciate the  magnifiee'nt beauty of the  district ? Having travelled  rather widely, I thought noticing could compare with  Switzerland ���until I saw the  "Sunshine Com". Im natural  beauty, and w(ith the added  attraction of the sea1, I am inclined to believe the advantage  is yours��� but the.way man  has used���or misused mature  on the Peninsula, puts Switzerland in the lead-  If I may make some suggestions-;   it   seems   to   me   that  representatives from different  districts     otn     the    Peninsula  should   meet   as   a   Planning  Board, decide What they want  to make of their district, and  encourage  everyone  to> "work  toward  thH end.   If  Tourist.  Trade is to be their chief aim,  there  should  be facilities  for  showihig the tourists the beauti-"  ful. scenery, on both land and  sea; there should be plenty of  boats available both for fishiwg  and pleasure   (and guides for  fishing).   Perh"aips  there  could  be riding horses  and bicycles  for  rent,  and paths for those  sports and for hiking���also  a  Youth  Hostel-   Certainly  your  unexcelled   salmoin*  and   other  sea  food  shoud  be  available,  and the district .should produce  more of its own food. I should  hope    that    billboards,    neon  signs and .'little'stands of  all  found in^the States, woulo! be  descriptions)'''"'as. a're  so   often"  discouraged.  But   even   if   the   residents  decide     against     encouraging ;  tourist trade, T hope that they  will realize whoit it could mean  for tneir ow/h* sakes to  make  the most of the natural beauty  and to enhance it;? rather than  detract from it. I have in mind  several   ways   im   which   this  could be done: one, by elesai-  inig up  lots  and  woods  after"  logging; two, by not stripping  each  lot  before  building, and   ,  then   plantinig  little   "sticks"  ia the place  of the beaaitiful"-  trees    they    have    destroyed;  tliree, by restricting the number of biddings that could be  put on a plot of a certainsize  (I   could   hopje   also   that  the  PlB/ntadng Board might want to  pass *5n the building plans in  order to add to the beauty "of  the district, but plenty of lea-  way should; be left for individu  ality- Many plains are/available-  free^of charge from the makers  of building materials; four, by  encouraging the cultivation of  lawns and gardens as in B.C,s-  beautiful Victoria. None of  these suggestions need be  costly, but they would require  planning and elbow grease.  Aril then,, with the improvement   of  your  roads  and "ad-^  ditional ferry service, you will  ha*re not only a district which  is  more  easily  accessible,  but >  one whose beauty is unsurpassed anywhere in- the world!  : Ruth B. Bates v  ���'" Liberty ville;  Illinois  B. W^M. BONE  Chartered -Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  Z .^ TAtlow 1954 ���  Halfmoon Bay  Sough & Planed Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   1Z  FOR THE VERY  FINEST  HA1DWAEB  CHINA and DRYGOODS  GROCERIES ��� DRUGS  PISHING SUPPLIES  HOME ESSENTIALS  MURDOCH'S  MARINE SftJPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  ���MiMlaMiM  kmrnm/mmmmm  .'"<*�����  wmmmmm  BAtLENTtNff  GteSONS  .LL.   IL     I "    111   -"-J-^-|f"^^J"^"  x ATTENTION  Call us now for chimney cleaning, oil burner servicing  and cleaning before winter. We alsgtrepair furnaces and  stoves; ANYWHERE ON THE ?^N��lJLA _.  Used ranges and drums for sale; stands made to order.  Dealers for Kemac Oil Burner  C. & 5. OIL BURNER SALES & SERVICE  Sechelt 74 ,X"--   /,y.  This advertisement ia not published or displayed by the Licjuor Control  Board or by the Governemnt of British Columbia  L  m  ������'.. t  r XW\iete \t \s impractical to supply hydro  power such as now is available from the  Clowhom Falls Development, power needs  v; are   amply   mieit    with,   dieses-generated  .; -r energy?,  in  16  districts  the Commission  operates diesei" plants.   Whether genera.  , tors are turned by-water or diesei power,  the end product is the same���electricity  for better living.  -  BRITISH COLUMBIA  POWER COMMISSION  Wm. Use The Coast News Classified   The Sunshine Coast.,.  The Coast News 3  Thursday October 23, 1952  SODS  Monday at times'noted  Tuesday 8 p.m.  JOHN   PAYNE  CROSSWINDS  JOSEPH   COTTON  BARBARA  STANWYCK    -  THE MAN WITH A CLOAK  2ftan with a cloak 8:30 only;  Wednesday, 8 p.m.  Friday, _ 7 and 9  DALE    ROBERTSON  JOANNE   DRU  RETURN   OF   THE   TEXAN  ^Plus Walt Disney's  "SALUDOS   AMIGOS"  Thursday    8 p.m.  Saturday, 7 and 9  ~ DICK    POWELL  EVELYN    KEYES  MRS. MIKE  wit iieatre  *   Monday 7 and 9  . Tuesday 8 p.m.  <&UEEN FOR A DAY"  A wonderful picture "  "Wednesday, 8 p.m.  Friday^ 7   and   9  MARLENE jDIETRICH  ARTHUR   KENNEDY  "RANCHO NOTORIOUS"  Thursday  ��8   p.m.  Saturday, 7 and 9'  DALE ROBERTSON ������;  JOANNE DRU  RETURN OF THE TEXAN  ..;. Plusv Wait Disney's  Technicolor Fiesta  "SALUDOS   AMIGOS"  ���y -,....- ������.; x ..-? y ������  ���ndav to assure �� ^qpfcins  PYiouetoday peUvery from P*  o. oil tnis ^��lte '        ���  ^aCe t��� Pender �����**"*  Lading -toW- _  �� be sure ��� y?��*  You can &e _  CAS  ���. *.    **  v^x  Home Oil Distributors  Phone 30-M and 97 J  v   ^ r   , b     Sechelt, .���    ,  Slack  Soil  of  <St&ck  Soil  Schedule Change  BLACK ��� BALL FERRIES  *   .':.  ���'���-���/'���'.  Schedule No. 3 ���r cancelling Schedule No. 2  Effective Now  Subject to change without notice  5     Round Trips D  aily     5  Lv. Gibsons             Lv.  ' * -   -  7:00   a.m.  /���.** ���  Horseshoe Bay  8:30   a.m.  10:00   a.m.  11:36   a.m.  1:00 p.m.  2:30  p.m.  4:00  p.m.  5:30  pan.  "���          7:00 p.m.  1  8:30  p.m.  Gibsons - Keats Island - Gambier - Island  Every Monday  Lv. Gibsons  I��v.   New Brighton  Lv.  Keats Island  Ait. Gibsons  8:30 a.m.  ��� 7:00   p.m.  9:00 a.m.  ��� 7:30  p.m.  9:30 a.m. ��� 8:00  p.m.  9:40 a,m.  ��� 8:10  p.m.  Black Bali Ferries Ltd.  HORSESHOES BAY B.C.  Phone Whytecliff*3581  Liberals in Greater Vancouver are hoping to be able to  arrange a motor eavailcade to  leave Vancouver on November  13, for the Liberail Convention,  m Penticton on the 14th- and  15th. arrangements will be  made to have delegates with  carsi from Valne/onver J&ktnd  join the caravan in Vancouver,  and those from ridirigs en  route will be invited to join.  en seen rro  by Les Rimes  I've travelled the length of the Sunishine Coast by car; I've  been up the- coast by boat; poking into Halfmoon Bay, Secret  Cove, Bargain Harbour, anid Irvine's Laraiding--But, even by car  or boat one does not realize the ruggedness of the Sechelt Peninsula, especialy north of Halfmoon! Bay.  From the air this portion of    ��� ���   the coast looks like pieces of a  jigsaw puzzle thrown together  at random. The Mug arm that  sweeps southward from Secret  Cove, practically running into  Halmoon Bay; the long fingers  and the islets of Pender Harbour.   From  overhead the  sea  and   the   inland   harbours  gleamed gold and aquamarine;  the   islets   and   the   shoreline  dark and rugged-  There are a million trees left  on   the   Peninsula.    Parts   of  Mount Elphinstone above Wilson  Creek look, bare, but the  rest of the Peninsula was dark  with evergreen/ forests.  We were flying an Anson.  Although the pilot-sat a few  'inches���from me, it was impos-  fiibl/e   to   hold- a  conversation-  The   twin   motors   roared   our  way down the coast-  We passed over Mfeny Island,  at 4:44 p-m. flyiug^at 2400 ft.  .fct   '160   mph.   We   we're   over  the Vancouver airport at 4 :59  end  "on, deck"  at  5.03.  The  tug .we   had   seen    chunking  down  through  Welcome  Pass  with her long tow of logs -\yould  not have  travelled  a mile in  that   short .twne-   She   would  probably not be im*'Vancouver  until l'ate the following morn-.  hag. ���;':'.���������-���������-..  ' Gibsons,    with    its    several  white buildings   (Bal's Block,  mainly) looked imposing from x  the air at 1000 feet, contrasted  e gainst the dark hues of the  surrounding forest  land.  Gibsons    looked    like    the    only  settWmemft 6m the long Peninsula coast, as a matter of fact.  True, one could look down on  the rows of houses aloinig the  shoreline,   the   w h a1 r v e1��   at  ..Roberts'Creek, and so on-.But,  even Sechelt would be lost to .  the  air traveller were it not  for the Roman Catholic Church  loomin/g ��?ong  the  foreshore-  I suppose Sechelt was.;harder  to pic,k out because most of its  buildings are* of darker colors  thaw* those in Gibsons���and the  business section, is more spread  -���OUt.    :���:���;���' ''? "      .-.���-?    /; '     ;     y  But, it was the eoa'stline, up  bPyond Halfmoon Bay which  amazed me with its ruggedness  and. its 'beauty. Arms of the sea  ���eould be mistaken for lakes,,  and vice versa. Islands looked  like parts of.the''rngged^shore-  Pn^ .^d.'pal'ts of the rugged  shoreline: could be mistaken  for islands*.       ��Xy,'XiyZZ .  One could, see-the'?high"way  most^of;the way down the coast.  Summer camps along the shore,  and the beaches we know so  ;weli.:-"-.  It   is,   indeed,   a ;: beautiful /  sijght from the air. But���after  all is said "amid done���one really  has to set foot on thej ��tmshihe  Coast to reaMy appreciate it.'  Want Old-time PepyVSm?  Want Normal, Younger Feeling?  Do you say you're "old" when weak, listless, rundown at 40, 50, 60? Thousands of men and women,  delighted with a little "pepping up" with Ostrex.  Contains Iron, aid to normal pep. Introductory at  "get-acquainted" Blze only 60)!. Try Ostrex Tonlo  Tablets to regain pep, vim and normal, younger  feeling, this very day. At all drug stores.  W&  mi  VZ-..-..-S.  .J��:%-JW::S!W^W.^^!^WffiWW?H!5:"K-?^^'3��::��:���#Ss^  This advertisement is not published or displayed by  Ihe Liquor Control Board or by Ihe Government of  British Columbia.  "My son has  chosen banking"  When a bank manager retired last year,  he wrote his General Manager to tell  why he was proud his son also had  chosen a banking career:  "i" shall always recall my banking days  with pleasure and I cannot think of        ^  any other occupation that gives one a  greater opportunity to meet people and  form lasting friendships. I have been  privileged to serve the bank in three  provinces... That my son has chosen  banking is also a great satisfaction to me.  He is most anxious to make good~on  his own account."  Any young man oij the lookout for an  interesting and worthwhile career���  for opportunities to grow and get  , ahead���should take a look at banking.  ��� " Have a talk with the bank manager in  your neighborhood branch. It may well  prove an important turning.-point;Jn  your life.  yy,,'yyr. ~, y :r - yy^-y,  W. MeFaddesv &-0.  Optometrist \ v  GIBSONS  JPhone Gibsona 91  , yy.     Offiee    Home  0:00   a.m. to 5:0QXpm*  .' ���:���'<' ; ��� �����������������. ;-.��������� '���'���.-���.- ..; .��� ��. ���- ' .���'��� .:';���'��� .���  Evenings by Appointment  W?by go to Vancouver for  Optical Service t  This advertisement, based  on an actual letter, is  presented here by  THE BANKS SERVING  OtOUR COMMUNITY  A& No. 5-52  2 ceh. �� ' ���' ' '" 4  The Coast News     Thursday October 23, 1952  Haitian Expert.Benefits from U.N. Fellowship  Use The Coast News Classified  iircaes  ANGLICAN CHURCH  October 26, 1952  20th Sunday after Trinity  Sfc. Bartholomew's  Church  Gibsons  11.00 a.m.  Sunday  School  3.30 p.m. Even Song  St. Hilda's Church ��� Sechelt  11.00 a.m. Evensong     -.  11.00 a.m. Sunday School  St. Aidan's Church  Roberts Creek  2.00 p.m.  Evensong  UNITED CHURCH  Gibsons:  .9.45 a:.m. Sunday  School  11.00 a.m. Public  Worship  Roberts Creek:  2.00 p.m. Public Worship  Selma Park:  ^3.30 p.m. Public Worship*'  Port Mellon:  7.30 Friday Evenings  An invitation is extended to  all who have no other church  home.  November 2, 1952  St. Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 9- a.m.  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  ��� 11 a.m.  Keep the  Sabbath Day Holy.       Come to Church on Sunday!  ft  The Coast News  CLASJiri ED  FOR SALE  FOR SALE  Alder  wood,   $10.50  per   cord;   Fir  wood $11.50 per  cord,  delivered.  33. McCartney. R.R.  1., Gibsons,  Phone 20 L tfn.  Leaving district. Must sell at  sacrifice 30 ft. X 8 ft. beam troller  or work boat as is. First $375 takes  it or will trade for car. Also numerous othey articles all "Sacrificed.  F. Williams "Bfynmawr," Bay  Road, Gibsons. tfn  Rough and  Planed  Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  KOLTERMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay   ��!��-  '.    . ���"'      ' .  ���  Bendix Washing Machine, five  years old, $175. First class condition?  Mrs. Galliford, Stratford Kindergarten,  Roberts Creek  22A.     42  One 2-man McCullough JPower  Saw. S. A. Rhodes, R.R. 1,  Gibsons. 43  OYSTER BED  for sale or long term lease. C?Jon-  tains approximately 32- acres.  Box 17, Coast News, Gibsons.  ���~,: <������   ��� "44'  Comfortable small home, plumbing,  nearly an acre of land, 127 foot  frontage, Gower Point Road, best  growing soil in area, good view,  close in, no hills to climb, five  minutes from Post Office. Only  $4000 on easy terms. Totem Realty,  Gibsons B.C.  Phone 44.  Harris Tweed topcoat, size 10 years  $5.00 ��� English flannel navy dress  eize 12 $3.50 Like new. Mrs. C.S.  Clough, Lower Road, Roberts Creek.  Man's "Carse" Mackinaw size 40,  as new $10.00 ��� Small varnished  buffet- $10.00 ��� Three- windows and  frame $18 00. Mrs. J.E.,: Lee Selma  Park, phone Sechelt 40. ?   yZ"--.  Turkeys for sale. Aunes turkey farm,  Phone 5W, Wilson Creek.  Piano for sale. Phone Sechelt 59M.  Vaughn Drag Saw with several  blades. Mrs. C. Forrest .Roberts  Creek.  Fowl,'$1.00 each. Last chance October 30. W.H. Palmer Phone 20R.  Small home on two extra good lots  Very easy terms. Totem Realty,  close in, no hills, good view. $2760.  Phone .44.  FOR  RENT  FOR RENT Three small homes at.  Granthaais. Totem Realty Phone 44  WANTED  "Wanted to rent, two bedroom mod_  ern, furnished house in Gibsons area,  Box 10, Coast News.  WANTED���Janitor for Gibson Mem.  ��rial United Church. Salary $20 per  month. Apply G.A. Marsden, sec.  PENTECOSTAL  TABERNACLE  Sunday Services:  9:45 a.m. Sunday School  11:00 a.m. Devotional  7:30 p.m. Evangelistic  Prayer and Bible Study  Wednesday 8 p.m.  Young People's,    Friday, 7:30  Wilson Creek  2   p.m.  Sunday   School  Evangelistic   Service  Tuersday 8 p.m.  Roberts Creek  Service   Monday,   7:30   p.m.  ' St. VINCENT'S MISSIONS  October 26, 1952  *���*������ Holy Family ��� Sechelt  9 a.m.  St. Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 11 a.m.  ._  p   '"��,  -x* *j** **+* */  The^  Coast News  This year, the United Nations and its Specialized "Agencies are  offering more than 2500 fellowships, scholarships and other opportunities for international training. Above, Pierre Milord, of Haiti/  who learned modern irrigation methods in Algeria under the U.N.  Fellowship Program is shown putting his newly acquired knowledge  to use in the major Artibonite Valley drainage and irrigation project.  The island Republic will thus .obtain more land for cultivation.  New Church To ~  Open At Roberts Ck  The official dedication and  opening of -4he new United  Church-...at, Roberts Creek will  take place on Sunday afternoon next- Octobeer 26 at halt  past two o 'clock.  earlier in ��� the year the congregation) acquired a part of  the Clarke property in th��  ceintrei of the village. This included a ,��.mall cottage "which  ha>s been vneatly adapted for  use as a church. It provides a  large room for services, a vestry and a kitchen. A platform  has been built in with reading  desk, communion table, a nd  space for*\the organ. The lighting has been attractively rearranged. V.elour drapes have  been' added to the simple furnishings: ?    ...<���? ';'..  The rearrangement'-'of-the'  windows, a hew ceiling and a  complete relining of the walls  along with a sanding job on the  floor with matting to be added  for the aisle combines to pro  Port Mellon  Briefs  -1 By Mrs. ^Swan  The Rev. H. J. Bevan official  ted at the christening of baby  James ?Mcn;crieff Thomson, son  of Mr.'.and' Mrs'.-J. Thomson.  Mrs. W-R. Thomson came from  Vancouver especially for tha  christening--'  Mr. and Mrs. Wall,y v^Browai  am/d Mr- and Mrs. J? Macey  attended the convention of  Western International; meeting  of Pulp and Paper Institutes  at -Victoria, recently-  Women's Service Club,whist  drive was well- attended with  prizes won.,-;by Mrs."ZB> Campbell* ?Mrs- Budenskjold, -Mrs."?  Gill, ,aic|d Mr.. Sully. The lamp  wes won���: byV'Mrs.! Spence of  North Vancouver.     ; v  ; Teen-a ge girls have started  a junior service club- They are  busy} making pot holders and  small iteihs for the^a2:aar. The;  ladies of the. service1 dub appreciate what the younger set are  Date Pad  October 24 ��� Gibsons 8 p.m.  first practice of GLEE CLUB under  direction of Mrs R. Vernon at the  home of Mrs. J.A. Hague. An invitation is extended to all who  enjoy singing.  October 25 ��� Robert's Creek  VON dance. Music by Evan  Kemps Trail Riders. Stage show  8 to 9. Fun for all. Do not miss  this.  October 28 ��� GIBSONS GARDEN  CLUB meets in United Church Hall  at 8 p.m.  October 29���Sechelt Guild of  St. Hildas Churchy Tea, home-  cooking, at: 2:30, Sechelt Inn.  (Note change of date from  Oct. 22nd.)  October 31-.��� Sechelt, Halloween  Party sponsored by PTA at Indian  Reserve Hall at 7 p.m.     ;  October 31 ��� Sechelt, Dance in  Legion Hall at 9:30 p.m:  November 2���Gibsons at Legion Hall a delicious hot turkey  supper at 5:30 pjm and show ?at  7:30 pjn. by St. Mary's Altar  SocietyP-;<   ���v'-V'V'"'" ;ii"vv*v  ^  November 3 ��� Gibsons at Institute .Hall" a? general meeting" of  the Farmer's Institute at 8 p.ml. ��  ���4 Gibsons  WAOisale   of  WORK WANTED  Spray and Brush Painting; also  paper hanging, j. Melhus. Phone  Gibsons 33. tfn  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  PERSONAL  "Hello" to all my old ?friehds and  customers. Will be back early in  November with my usual;,lhie of  greeting cards, business, personal,  boxes and small calehder5.v.Dor6thy  Erickson, Wilson Creek^ B.C.  Use Tlie Coast News Classified  vide a pLeasant and adequate    ^��f ^especiMlysihpe they are  church home; for the comgrega-    only home weekends  tion.-;.-       vv.v       y--  The kitchen has been thoroughly ��� cleaned   and   repainted  and is being\ gradually equipped  by  the  Women's .Associaition  of the-church.  . The building has been re-  roofed and painted, and the  frontage fenced ';'"��� an d ?t he  grounds tidied up. The work  has been done under the direefl  tion of Mr; Funnell who has  given hiimselt unsparinigly to  the task... v,.:  The service: on Sunday afternoon will be conducted by the  minister, Rev. H. J. Bevan. The  v Vanicouver |Presbytary and the  Home Missj^h Board.  w?ill be repf^sentid;hy, the Rev-  RR. Morrison?;; recently of  Kamloops. --Mr. ?Morrison was.' a  few years ago President of the  British Columbia Conference of  the United? Church. He will  preach the'sermopjand lead in  the dedication.   ��� - ������ -?~V ������'' ��� ''  United Church people from  Gibsons ah<i;:Selnxa; Park will  attend the .service, and tea will  be served by the women of the  congregation.   -^  Sports announcer'- Clem Mc-;'  Carthy talked? so rapidly that  manjy listeners comj^lained  aibout beits^ nhable to understand his;'?'v??bT?9 iw-J> y-b l^w  accounts of prize fights.;The  climax came-the night Maxie  Baer leaned oyer the ropes' in  the -���thk'd':-'^o'^d?'>aa^:. shouted  down into tfe^J^ssrow: f'Hey  Clem! Slow* downZ % ;oain 't keep  upXwithyyon\7'y "\\ '��� yy:'  ��� The; Reader's?E)igest.  .Eleanior, ? McQueen,    former.  stenographer in,the inill??stores,  was up for the ? holiday- weekend. '���   '.."���      ''-'"yy,   '"': '"' ��������� '..- :'  The misses ?rsobel and Grace  Bolton wete^recent  guests  of ?  Mr. and?-Mrs. R- tlrquhairt;     y?  A former resident of Port  Mellon, Mr. j Hary Bentham  spent a few days visiting Mr.  and -'Mrs. TBenthani. It is over  30 years since Mr. Bentham  first visited Port Mellon,, aind  he has seen a good many, .  changes around here.  Mrs. "R^d" Addison is the?  new secretairy-treasurer of the  library board- The board, says  she, is puttimig 'on a. drive for  b ookis and' anyone having  books to donate is asked to  write his name on the bulletin?  board,by the post office.  November   18  United   Church  ?work, ������ etc. *   ^/.������..rXy,,,.x  November 12���-Gibsons Legion  Hall���O.E.S. annual fall bazaar,  need 1 e work, ^Kome cooking,  white elephant sale, ?fish pond,  post office.  November 21���-Roberts Creek  St.-Aidans��� W.A. in church hall.  Fall bazaar: sewing table, home-  cooking,  Christmas cards, etc.  Each week we will feature a real  ���:'g<BWi;'b03r^' i^wlll"tay^a tpy;c^cit  ;'.tfees^.-.^..ilifi"f;'';ap*pHMtf.*'; Z'T'ry-  LARGE HOME on main street near  beach, good view, close in, no hills  ^o climb. Must sell immediately.  Prio^ cut down $1250 ��� its a. real  bargain '.'now. ������������'",  FOR RES1ULTS LIST YOUR  PROPERTY WITH  "/  ��� the ���  Totem   Rea  Phone Gibsons 44  41'.-FORD'.' v?  1 To^vplpkup  $475.00  41 INTERN ATIONAL  '.��  . ������      .    .C "��� ������'.    .-���'-;���*  -. 1 Ton.?:;:  ..,?? Cab and Cha3si5. ���  350;00  37 WtLLYS  . '"y  -Sedan?,  275.00  36 DODGE  .:"  yjjfi&afc".  195.00  28 t'ORD         -  ���:.'���' ^."Opach.?  45.00  And many more cars on, our Sai^ Lo|  ALL CARS LICENSED  Gib  /  sons  Ross Roth  v*cir ^  ar Dates  Phone Gibsons 102 W The Winner!  The Coast News 5  Thursday October 23, 1952  Haif moon  Beams  hy F- Cormack'  Mrs- F.-W- Kolterman will  head the local PTA this year  it was decided at theiir TP&rst  Fall meeting, held at the home  of ?M?rs. C. Smith. Assisting her  will be Vice-President Mrs. J.  Burrows, Secretary Mrs- C-  Smith, Treasurer Mrsi- B.  Hanney, and Social Conveners  Mrs. W. Raven aind Mrs. G.  King- The Children's Christmas Tree was discussed and  funds for this will be raised  by a series of card parties held  in the homes of the members-  Next PTA meeting will be held  at the home of Mrs. J- Burrpws  at 2:30 p.m. om Wednesday,  (November 12, lamd regularly  thereafter on, the first Wednes-??  day of ea'ch month. X  Thaniksgiving weekenders .at  their summer, homes were Mrs.  Roy Greggs,\Doih'Ross, Mi*- and  Mrs- R- Leatherdale, Mr. and  MrslBert James and Mr. and  MrsL  J.  McCready���  Welcome to the hew baby  son of Mr. anid Mrs; E-T-  Pemble, born imi Vancouver bn  October 9. Mr. Pemble recently  took ""overs the taxi business  her^e-   _... .__,  Gprdie and Mr^:?King of  Halfmoon Bay Trading Store  had as their weekend? guests,  Mr: King's brother and sister-  in-law Mr. and Mrs. Demi King  of Vancouver*  Weekend visitors, -to -"the  home of ?Mr. and Mrs. Frank  Simpson of Hyde-Away Bay  were Mrs. Simpsoni's brother  and sister-in-law^ Mr. and ?Mrs-  Lawrence Cormack ;'"and\ ���son.*?  Brent of Vancouver.;    y.yyX...  Welcome; back to theo|JC)ec''  Chamberlin family; Pete aiid  Tony Tschaikowsky;: v C a r 1  Petersen; R-D- Breevis; and .  Frank Jorgensen, all of whom  have been away from the  district for? awhile. XZ'X'Zy*  vMr-and' Mrs. Tom Burrow  have closed their home at Red-  rooff's, tor the season and.have-  left  to  spend   the   winter   at  West Sechelt  By ^MARGARET  ALLAN  Well,folks, it is not my fault  that this corner has not been  mentioned lately- I don't know  why the six point Buck that  Chuck Stewart shot at Halfmoon Bay (they tookr'a picture  of it along with Constable  Cummings) was' not in the  paper. What is the matter with  the Board of Trade Publicity  Department?  Pleased to 'hear that Mrs.  Clampitt, IVErs- Jack Redman's  mother is going'to reside here?  permanently. Sorry to hear  that Mrs. W. U.ttley received  a, leg injury recently.  Mrs. H- Ilarris was up for a_  week visiting her sister Mrs.  Nbrman Taylor; also with them  were Mr. ��a*nd Mrs. >��� Hen.ry  Draper with Richard and  Patsy- .--.���..:.?������  Jack and Marda Powers wereT  tip tfor the holidays. Jack is  working: in Eatons^nd Marda  is at School.. Ajnid speaking of  school, 1 hear some of the students missed the bus one  morning and walked all the  way. to Gfibsons.  their home in Vancouver.  Mrs-    Frank    Simpson  van(j  cliildren,    Bob,    Sharen    and,  "Gtery,vleft on Friday  to join  Mr. Simpson who is. now em-,  loyed at Powell River??  Bob Thompson of Vancouver  drove his father up on Sunday  toreniew old'aequaiintances. Mr-  Thompson Sr. was for. many  years a! building contractor in .  this district He still owns the  old family home at -Welcome  Beach. At present he is a  patient im* the'George Derby  Veteran's Hospital in Burnaby.  Newcomers; to the .district  are Mr- and Mrs. Jack. Sheridan  and their baby daughter.  QUOTABLE QUOTE  v *' Most people are bothered  by those passages of Scripture  they don't understand; but for  me���the passaiges. that bother  me are those? ihat I do understand." ��� TVEark Twain.  Penny Lou  *  Kay Silver  in whites and all colors        $4.95 up  Sechelt, B. C.  Sechelt  By; ARIES ;  We wish to welcomelMr. and  Mrs- Vera Ritcher.:���L Angila  and Klaus. New-comers here,  Mr. Ritcher has bought the radio repair shop formally owned  by Mr. Fortt. '  Also here from Hope B.C.,  are Mr- and Mrs. Kowoken  with Lennard, Thelma^ Wilma,  Bill and baby Vera- We hope  they will be happy here. Mr.  "Kowoken is employed at the  Osborne Logging Company.  Moving in to Sechelt from  0 and 0 Loggisng Compamy are  Mrs. Edna,1 McCurdy and children, and coming here from  Vancouver are Mr. and Mrs. C-  Cartoni a.nd baby.  The Sechelt Ladies Bowling  League aire* doing very well-  They held a meeting in the  Legion Hall to' discuss plans  for the future- It was decided  to hold special bowling events  arouaijd Christmas, with special  scores for the day's bowling,  also a Chrismas tea-when the  girls will really have a get-  together. If_atfy of you ladies  are interested, phone Secheit  49. Mrs Dorothy Smith is  President of the Lsdies Leasm��.  GIBSONS   THEATRE   BUSINESS' and   EQUIPMENT  With Port Mellon to draw from  $8500 ��� with terms ��� see or phone  Gordon West  Sechelt, B.C.  ��� ������p .   STANDARD MOTORS  No. 3 Gibsons  New and Used Car Lot  1951 PREFECT SEDAN, 7000 miles, like new,  top condition. Drive it, buy it $ 950.00  1950 METEOR COACH, radio, heater, one  owner, city driver, low mileage $1925.00  1950 HILLMAN SEDAN, radio, heater, two-  tone, 10,000 miles.  ...$1050.00  1949 INTERNATIONAL % -1 ton Panel.  Low mileage. Painted your color choice.  Ideal  delivery truck $1075.00  1934 PLYMOUTH COUPE. Radio.  Transportation  Special  $ 175.00  1935 CHEVROLET SEDAN, clean car.  Good transportation  $ 250.00  Terms -��� Trades ��� Cars Sold on Consignment  Phone Gibsons 48  JUST  LOOK AT THESE  BARGAIN OFFERS!  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ARE  GUARANTEED  PLEASE ALLOW 4 to  8 WEEKS FOR FIRST  COPIES  OF MAGA--  ZINES  TO  ARRIVE!  ii OUT COUPON I  (MaifVmlai,  Check magazines desired andt'&nclose with coupon.  Gentlemen: I enclose $  . Please send me.the otter checked  with a year's subscription to your paper. .<  NAME    .1.....   STREET OR R.R.   POST  OFFICE    / * G  The,Coast News    Thursday October 23, 1952  By students of Elphinstone Junior-Senior High School  Editor in Chief: Celia Flumerfelt      News Editor: Donna Bingley  Social News Editor:  Vera Bursey       Sports Editor: -B.J.  Woods   ��   As I See It  Editor, The Coast News,  ��ir: ���  May I add my appeal to a  news item which appeared in  the October 9th- issue of the  Coast News? The Student  Council' asked that the PTA  send a representative to the  Council meetings-  If- this was dofle it might  - bring the students and parents  . closer together in school matters, a situation much to be  desired where school activities  are concerned. The parents do  not reailize what, goes on in the  school between the student  body and the teaching staff.  This is the only way they can  get to know what our activities  are all about���something they  should know.  It is tfieir children who are  getting ami education here and  their money is paying for it.  The parents should, be concerned about the courses needed  here, and the lack of teachers  for the activities.the students  want and need, about the timetable   difficulties.  The parents are. the only ones  that can get these things for  the student. We hope that the  PTA will send a representative  to the Student Council meeting  in the future.  George Williamson*  Inaugurations  The inauguration ceremony  took place on October 17, 19o2  with the student body assembled during the last period in  the morning for the assembly,  wJiich started with tlie studeairt  body standing up as the council entered and the singing of  "0 Canada".  Mr- McKenzie then outlined  c, the functioning of the student  government.  Mrs Rankin swore in the  president, Eric Lindwall by  handing him the gavel- Mr-  Clark swore in the vice-presi-  ��� dent, Mike Poole, Mrs- Day  the secretary, Mary-Jean  Kennedy and Mrs. G%ssford  the treasurer Arieii��e Hicks.  Mr. Trueman then introduced  Mrs. L. Peterson, Honorary  President, of the Student Council,  followed by  her  address.  The students assembly then,  responded with the oath of  allegiance to the student council led by Mr. Peers.  Theire was a short programme  ���that consisted of .the awarding -  of the pnVes w��n bv,-students  in   the  Fall   Fair.   The   prises  were. .  Medieval Castle;   Class 329,  ,G^7;i'ir1 8igne  ��Viatt   -Head and:Jack Nestman were  aimd  Dorothy   Larson,  second,    late getting: to school one day  Tanya    Davie    and    Marylou    last week wheml DbJ1's so-called:  Strom.  Report on Europe; Class 333  Grade 9; fi^st, Wilma Lome,  , �� e c o n d,  Warren   MeKibbin,  third, 01 ga.Wolansky.  Note Books; Class 336 Grade  8 ��� 12; first, Iris Symchuchy  second, Joyce Cohinior, third  George Slinnt  Decorative ^Typing;     Class  -837; Grade 9���12; first Gordon  by Eric Lindwall  The following is .my -.feeble  rebuttal to the writer of last  week's 'Reader's Right' letter  to the Editor-  /fo. "The Softie"���commonly  known as Sally when not trying,  to be anonymous (you see I  also do some detective work.)  Re: The rather under-handed  dig at my precious* column.  Dear -Sally, or shouil I say  " Softie'?.  It breaks my heart to find -  that you  disapprove  of parts  of my column, but at least it  shows 7that someone  reads it,  doesn't it?  By the way, what you call  "Pertinent facts", I find to be  rather  embarrasing   overstatements of the truth."* Why, I've  only  streaked  up those" stairs  a   few. :���-.-'.well,   a   few   dozen  times!   Your  reference  to  'Squealer's    squad"     shows!  a rather- guilty conscience, as  I only said "S.S. Squad" and,  cross .my heart,. I meant secret  service squad: Why, I wouldn't  dream   of   calling,  your    (so~  caLled)   esteemed  organization  &. "squealer's squad  in  print  anyway)!,  With., tongue in cheek or not,  old girl, it gives me great pleasure to be regarded with some  affection.   by    you    "Hard'"  parted feliries'' t��h, incMent^y  ally, 'felines' mealm*cats ��� you "  k*now),van4|?I hope this little  ''letter doesn't kick you too hard  1 in your "seat of justice".  Yours (until you catch me  a'gain) Eric Lindwall, or should  I say "Ex CW'?    \  House Neys  The three house Captains  picked for house colors on  Thursday Oct. 8, with House  ."A" ^etiiing .purple; House '  MB" gfeen?; and House "C"  "red-  SCHOOI. PARTY  House "C" has. planned to  put on a school party on Oct-  18, which will be the first one  of the school year. There will  be dancing in the Gym and  games on the stage and in the  room behind the stage. The  various committees for the  party are;  Luncheon; Celia Flumerfelt,  Bev. Kain\e, Eric Lindwall. _  Programme; Margaret Heron,  MariHyn Turner, Anne Coates.  Decoration; ?Mike Poole, Gil   .  McKay, Roy Duncan, r  ;Cleaiii.    up;    Vera. : Manton, '*  Marie Yam Skiver,  and  Alice  Bikadi- ^  CORRECTION '  '"' i  It  was published  that Don  The Sports Beat  by Roy Duncan  The outstanding sports  eve*ht of the past week was the;  soccer game oetween a Gibsons  team made up of school'boys  and the Sechelt Braves' at the  Sechelt Residential School^,  There was no scoring in the  first half but within ja- minute  of the second half inside right  Pete Slrinii banged in the first  goal on'a pass from Mike Pooled  The, Braves /centre forward  Leslie Adams tied the score  midway through the half on  a penalty kick that" went in,tq_  the lower right hand corner of  the fietr It' had goaltender Bill  Nicholls beat a'll the way-  Steve Litt!e,john scored the  winnfing goal for Gibsons, with  ten minutes to go on a hard "  drive from a few feet out- The  goal was scored on a four way  passing play. This goal was  scored on Gibson's Rex Davies  who substituted for the Braves  goalie, Peter Harry, who, was  injured during a scramble.  Harry returned to the net in  the  last  few   minutes   of  the  School Briefs  Norma Turner reports a  pleasant stay at���Port Mellon  on the Thanksgiving week end.  On report from Coral Benn  we find that Guides under the j  leadership of Mrs. Iva Peterson  started on October 14. We five  our best wishes for success to  the younger groups.  13 year old Sharon McBride  from Long Beach California  is interested in school and she  would like to become a stenographer- .Swimming, baseball  andbadminton?" round out hef  year's sports- We wish her luck  and happiness in your new  surroundings.  game.  It is hoped that games -will  be played just about every  Sunday. Posters will be posted  for time and place.  v There were no games in? any  other sport except volleyball.  Basketball practice was held  as usual. .._ ".������'���. ���.   ?  The scores Of the volleyball  games played during the week  are:;    Tuesday,    Senior    Boys  B, 21 ��� C, 20- Junior ?Boys  C, 15 ��� ~B, 127  Thursday; Senior Girls, B,9  ���   C,   &1.  On Tuesday in a; girls soccer  game, House B defeated A by  a score of 3 ��� 2. And on ?Friday  Houses A and C tied 1 ��� 1.  Bowen Island  by Dorothyv-Aime Davies.  . The long week-emd has beera  a very happy one for Bowen  Is8ia:nd   School!  pupils,   several  of whom celebrated birthdays.  The School is" having a Hail-  ..    . J - - o.  lowe'eni party on October 31.  Everyone is in/vited especially  children, and it is hoped there  will bet a large turnout. The  Party will be from one to three  o'clock in the afternoon*, with  refreshme/rtits and giaines for the  children. A silver collection:  will be taken at the "close of the?  party. .    " \ yi  Is your Chimney Safe? Why noj make sure-: Have it  cleaned by an expert today.  Does your Roof Leak? Call us for expert repairs ������>..  replacements, or new roof.  Gibspns Roofing And  Chimney Gleaning Service  Phone Gibsons 44  ���  rcte/ALlE  - " ���'" '   ��������� ���"*"? '". '���.':  Tenders are invited for the purchase of the buildings on  the Silver Sands School site-  Tenders, marked "Slver Sands Buildings", will be received till 1 p-m- on Monday, November 10, 1952.:y ���  '��� * ..... y  ;. ' ���   '       .���������������.���     ���,.".���/������      ���  The highest or any tender will not-necessarily be accepted.  I - ZX'yf --'XX   y V .. :''"'���'' -"-'X:   ' :���  The Board of School Trustees?  ,:���'.,,. DistrictNo. 46 (Sechelt).  FOR JUNIOR AND SENIOR flIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF BC.  Raleigh "Clubman''bicycle  Westinghouse  ell-wave Radio  '���j  sss**  .. . ��� ^H^^^^S^s^  Underwood y**&��m^  Portable Typewriter  Singer.  Portable  Sewing Machine  "iNash' 'broke down- Don  claims he was insulted for his  is   supposed; to   be} a  -���Z ���' ';_";-" "���"���      '���'    *���'   ', '"    ' ������','. . . .     , ' -��>"*"-  Er^ -You May be a WINNER!  car  /'Desoto"  DRAMA CLOT N^WS v  - The, dramajclubjhas' elected  its officials; andfthe ^tiandings  after electioiisi are���; P^sidenti  ,Jpbninia* ?Bin^lfey, Vice-p^e^ident/v  %Teff  Newman,   'Secre ta r y,  Shirley  Samuelson, Treasurer,  The ��nnuel British Columbia Pulp and Paper  Industry essay contest is in full swing again.  Open to junior and senior highschool students,  $2000 worth oi prizes will be awarded for the  30 best S50 word essays. Full information to  help you win one of these fine prizes will.be  sent on receipt of your name and address on the  coupon below.- Five sets of six prizes are offered.  this year instead of just six prizes as formerly.  Prizes shown above and many others to  choose from. Don't delay, contest closes  November 30th, so enter now while  you have plenty of time!  j    CANADIAN   PULP   AND   PAPER  ASSN.,    I  j - (Western Division) -   |  Smith, second, Joanna Ritchey,    Betty-Jane Wood,  third, Mel Hough.  Olay Modelling; Judy Rabbit.  The "assembly was then adjourned   after  the' singing  of  "God   Save The QueenV. ^and  the assembly remained:stand-  805 Dominiqjj Bldg., Vancouver 3, B.C  Please send contest information to:  From this line-up we expect  something good from our  Shakespeal*en friends....'  ing   as? the   Student   Council  filed out.      >'.'���''���.������ ry^'y"X.  mimmm*$w  I    Name..  I  I  Address..  IN  Vh coiuwe^  ..i.���..  152 <^^>i��^ii����mmwi\mmamtiminm  Wi  ��f thii  Gower  Thursday October 23, 1952     The Coai it News  inners or this weeks  4 Theatre Tickets  Mrs. P. Welsh, Redrooffs  W-G. Peers, Gibsons  is  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  APPLIANCES  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS  Agents for  j RCA Victor  Records  Columbia Records V     v  Frigidaire Ranges and  Refrigerators  Beatty Pumps and  Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ���- Phone Gibsons 32  BLASTING  Rocks ��� Blasting ��� Roadbuilding  JACK CAMPBELL  BLASTING  5308 Pr. Edward Ave., Vancouver  ��� FRaser 3831 ���  Fully ^Licensed.  All   Experienced  ���\ Men.   ?    .;- '"?������ '���.- . > ������  BEER BOTTLES  Will   call   and   buy  for   "ash,  .beer  bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls  made   at  intervals   from  Hopkins to Irvine's Landing  R.VH. STROSHEIN  Wilsen Creek.  GLEANERS  PENINSULA CLEANERS  ���'X :;Cleaners??Ibr^tHeV?Se,chelt^?'  Peninsula. -,-r  ���Phones -���  Ulbsons 100������ Sechelt 45 J  ELECTRICAL WORK  Home and. Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  ~  Phone  45  Appliances ���Fixtures  ���  Radios  Member   Electrical   Heating   Ass'n.  Washing Machines  ���:-V  FLORIST  Flowers  for  all occasions.  We are agents for large  Vancouver. florists.  Fast service for weddings  ,.r and funerals. ?  JACK MAYNE  Phone Sechelt 24 or write  P.O. Box 28.  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  '���r: We* haul anything, anywhere,   .  -'������.��� anytime  Phone Sechelt 97H       Sechelt, B.C.  HARDWARE  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone S3 ��� Gibsons B. C.  .Builders': Hardware  ������-!?��� Paint ��� Plumbing     <  ?���JAppliances ���  ���Complete Installation  L Maintenance Service 1  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  Gibsons 64 S 4  MACHINISTS  HILLS MACHINE SHOP^  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision   Machinists  Phone 54 ��� Res: 58 ?  NOTARY PUBLIC  C. JOHN COLERIDGE  .,'��� ���  Gibsons ���  Office 37  Res.��M16 W  OIL BURNERS  C & S OIL BURNERS  SALES  and  SERVICE  W.   Swain D.  Currie  Ranges,   Furnaces,   Chimneys  Cleaned _'    v  used ranges for sale  AUTHORIZED KEMAC DEALERS  ��� Sechelt 74���  By GYPSY TOWERS  The wanderers have returned. Mr- and Mrs- James Dykes  back in the fold after two very  interesting and'exciting weeks  spent in Victoria, Nanaimo and  Vancouver. Armed with rose-  shoots, slips ,of this and that-  plus rootone, sans the old and!  reliable walking stick, and  the change of scene seems to  have worked wonders ��� now  ready to buckle down to the  long waiter's grind,  Back too is Mrs. F.W-  Dawsoim��� very thin but full  ���"of. fire and spirit and high  hopes of a. good recovery after  her very drastic operation. She  is staying with the Wilson  . Johnson's.  On the menid too and out of  hospital is Mrs. R-S- Hodge,  confined to bed and under  nursing care, but decidedly  improved.  Ex Gowerite, Mrs. Marshall  suffering a heart attack but  recovering ��� have.to cut dow.ni  on   those   Seattle   excursions!  Among the brighter items is  the visit to Stronlochie of Mrs.  W-A. Tolmie, delving up the  weeds and polishing up the  flower beds. Royal Rummy at  the Jim BeatonV--Catnasta at  the A'.B.B- Hill's and a Scottish Hop at the J-D. Smith's.  Mrs. Townsend to town for  a short visit with daughter  Lena. Dorothy Weir making  iher weekly visit to her mother.  The James Sinclair's Sr- finally  departing for the City. Con-  gratu'laticns to :; their brilliant  son, the now, Hon, James  Sinclair-  Felicitations to Mrs. Harry  Chaster who has been confined  to bed.   -    ~  Congratulations to the successful fashion parade.-and a  chuckle f or ? the ftFO;; little  lassies who stole the show with  their impromptu free for all!  PLUMBING  Plumbing  and Electrical  Supplies   Fixtures  '��� Service ; '  SECHELT BUILDING  SUPPLIES  RADIO  Sechelt Radio & Electrical  Appliance Service  Radio and Refrigeration Repairs'  W. G: F0RTT  Telephone Sechelt 25 J  . v,  REAL ESTATE and   '  INSURANCE. . ;       ..  JOHN COLERIDGE,  AGENCIES  Gibsons   and   District's   Only   Full  Time -Real Estate and Insurance  Office Since 1948.  Phone Gibsons-37  ..-���*���- ���*��-.-..������ .��� .- ..,',   ������'/'������     ��� ���       -    '      - '          V   -   ?--' -  SECOND'HAND STORE  Gibsonews  by Mercury  The Junior Choir, under the  able direction of Mrs. Vernon,  held its first meeting of the  season Wednesday of last week  Fifteen boys and girls met in  Gibsons Memorial Church and  got off to a, good start.  Those interested in an adult  choral group, both men and  women, are asked to meet  Friday October 24, at the home  of Mrs-.. Hague- Mrs. Vernon  will direct.  Congratulations to Greta and  Wally Older, on the arrival, of.  Kim, a little sister for Glenn.  Mrs. Marge Lesldevarid Mrs-  Betty Baifltey en?joyed;;a week *s  holiday in the States. They  stayed in Portlaod^iaiid also  had a pleasant visit m\ Tacoma  witlr Cliff Leach and; family.  Former? ?reisadeirits- of -?*the  North Road district, Mr. and  MrsC? Ablett -of /Trail, were  ���victors in 'Gib so ns over  Thanksgiving. Old friends were  pleased? to see them again.  Hardware ��� China  Tools ��� Furniture  Household Equipment  Magazine ��� Books  WE BUY _ TRADE ��� SELL  PENINSULA SECOND  HAND STORE  ^Phnne Gibsons 99  TYPEWRITERS  r  ?V Typewriter Sales and1 Service  Remington  Rand  Agent  48-hour seryice  Colin Wingrave      Granth.79L  Are you  We can jsupply men and  material for any- job     ,  Carpenters  Plumbers ^ ;  Electricians  painters  Sechelt    ZyZX  Building Supplies  v��� Phone Sechelt 60 ���  For Your  ESSO and ESSO EXTRA srasoline  ESSO furnace fuel oil  ESSO heating oils and >.  MARVELUBE motor oils  See your Imperial Oil agent,  Reg. Godfrey, Phone Grantham 56  IMPERIAL  ���$$Oj IMPERIAL   OIL   LIMITED  modoos  7> r/ /// '/x^j. f, <?}  mtm&smm  Matan's /  Shoes    l  Gibsons  ^ Yy X-Ray  'ZWW Fitti'��s  Insulate with ZONOLITE WOU/.'  SAVE       i  AS   MUCH- AS  40% OH FUELg||*  NEXT WINTERtf��  For Immediate Service  GIBSONS 53  Gibsons Building Supplies Ltd.  INFERNO by Havoc-Bon hio  v     wmner of the 1905 KING'S PLATE  -? \ Ridden by Phillips under the  fanions Seagram colors. TIME 2:12, Dist.  :?i^|iiii,'  0^> Seagrams Z^^Snvt  This advertisement is not published or displayed by  the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. 8 The Coast News     Thursday October 23, 1952  =T  There are still a few  openings for Leagues  Contact Frank Yates today,  Sechelt 92 R  Sechelt Bowling Alley  ai Keporis  Public Health Nurse Clinics  Gibsons 1st. Thurs of the month   2���4 p.m. at the P.H.N.  office  2nd. Wed. of the month     3���4 p.m. at the school  Port Mellon 3rd. Wed. of the month     3���4 p.m. at the school  Robert's    Creek    1st. Tuts, of the month      3���4 j?<.m. at the school  .. IS  The following districts" will be visited every month or so, at different  times.  See bulletin  board for information...  Garden Bay, Madeira Park, Wilson Creek, Halmoon Bay, Selma  Park  and Egmont.  All mothers axe invited to bring, their infants and pre-schools  to clinic. Babies are weighed, immunized and problems are dis.  cussed with the mothers. Innoculations consist of 3 doses one  month apart^ of Diphtheria, "Whooping cough and Tetanus combined. Mothers are strongly .urged to see that their children have  these protective innoculations while they are young. The reactions to the innoculations are minimal when they are started at  three months of age. For further information see or contact the  Public Health Nurse at Gibsons or at the clinics.  Building Supplies  CEMENT   ���   SAND  -��-   GRAVEL  ROOFING   ���   CHIMNEY BLOCKS  and  Everything in Lumber  NO DOWN PAYMENT ��� BORROW UP-TO $2000  Call and discuss this amazing offer which allows you  to go ahead with your building alterations despite  a lack of ready funds.  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  ���<-Xj.  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ������  A WONDERFUL FALL  on the SunshineCoast  >ut  ONE OF THESE DAYS!!!  so  for heating and cooking  with coal an^wood  rock gas  or  The best in equipment at city prices with t^nns  arranged to suit    , :  tftta  SPECIAL: Oil burner equipped McClary Range  with coil and 2 gallon stand $125.00  J* -'I  Phone 33  Gibsons, B.C.  At the meeting of the Gibsons  PTA am October 20, the programme feature was an address  by Mr. G.R. Watts, principal  of the Elementary School.   -  Mr- Watts commenced with  an explanation of the new  Report Qa'rds which will be y  issuednext mo/nth. These cards  are a vast improvement over-  those of previous years in. that  they allow for more individual  marking on'the basis of pupil  ability and provide more opportunity for written comments by  the teacher.    .  ;   'yy.      ���,.;'���  Several new members were  welcomed.s Minutes of the pre-,  vious meeting, a's well.as of the  FaiY: Conference, were read,  and the Treasurer's Report  presented. The latter showed  a balaraice of $226-64. To maintain and encourage attendance  of pa'reints, it was decided to  award a prize eafch month to  the cRass having the highest  percentage of parent representation.  For'the past two years, the; t  PTA   project   has    been   the '  raising of money to purchase  aim  opaique  projector  for. the  school.  However,  it  was  felt  that library books and a film  slide    projector    were    more,  essential, and money has been-*  allotted for  the  purchase  of  these.  A dance has been planned for  November 22 in order to provide for the atnnual Christmas  party. Further details will be  giveiii through the press** and  through posters-  Two very welcome donations  of gasoline stoves were made  by Mrs. Bestwick and Mrs.  Husby, and over two dozen  cups were given at the" Cup  -Shower".  As representatives to the  PTA District Council^ Mrs. A.  E- Ritciiey and Mr. ^Raymond  ZachariaS were chosen. The  third representative will be  chosen from the High School  staff.     ,-'���'���������'..'/,. :  Sqiuare dajnces will be resumed, eommenjcing November  8. There will be instrumental  music at this_4ance, and at .  future square dances providing  the attendance wairrants it-  Followkug the talk, by Mr.  Watts, refrehmetnts were served, with Mrs. R.C. Ritchey and  Mrs. Lock Knowles actng as  hostesses. At the next meeting,  November 3-7, Mrs- Knowles  will be assisted by Mrs. Arthur  Pilling. ���  Nurses Guests  At Sechelt B of T  Work of the Victorian Order  of Nurses and work of the  public health nurse was out**  lined la'st night to the Sechelt  Board of Trade, gathered in  Selma; Lodge, by two charming  young  guests  of  honor.   Mjss  Bruna Facchin  talked  to  the ?,  group   of   her   public   health  nursing ^tieis.s.and\'Miss' Isobel  Angus    spoke   of   ?her   work  under VOMvbanner-  MACNICOL AND VETERANS  Editor, The Coast News.  Sir: ���  It is time Mr. ^lacnicol, who  is a professional veteran, quit  bull baiting the Hon. J Sinclair.  If any man has done^more for  the veterans in the past, we  should like to hear of it.  It is about time the veterans  cleaned house as they are on  very shaky grounid in the sense  that; their services*,to the state  were sometim.es of a very  dubious nlature. What ever it  is that the pensioners can get  along on is a* moot point and it  is to their credit that some of  the more reasoniable men and  women veterans realize that  somebody has to put in before  they can take out-  Mr. Mapnicol is a knowledgeable mam and knows full well  that Canada is having a difficult ��� time marketing the  products of mine,'woods, farm,  and fish, and it would be fair  more helpful if Mr. Macnicol  ���and. his veterans would be less  noisy.  uss  *'���>**  Mrs.  ?   by:? H. I. Ir    r-XX'-;: Z  H. Batchelor is away  for  a couple; weeks  vacation,  visiting her parents in Vamcou-?.  ver then proceeding to Victoria  where s��e~; will- be the-quest of  sister-in-law Mrs.E. I-ienk   ; ; ~  Mrs. ?B. Duval has returned  ' home after   being   away   four  and' a h alf months visiting ner  family and friends all through  the:(,?E>ast:-.;������.���������.?.?���?/"?���? . "'7;.';  y".Mx.'-: and Mrs.',. H- Temple  spent the. week end iri yavicoxL-i  ver yisting her son and family,  Mr. Johjn Temple  ? Don't( forget the Whist?  Drive on Satv Oct. 25 at 8 p.m.  in the Communty Hall  I have taken over Bill Fortt's Radio:Shop  in Sechelt and will continue to give top-  rate radio repair service*  Pick-up and delivery for Gibsons an3 Seciielt areas  W. Richier  Phone Sechelt 25 J  Peninsula Motor Products Ltd.  ��� '.'..��� " ' . ''  y  "The name that means a good deal."  ���v. '���"',.���'  Your Peninsula General Motor Dealers  PHONE  WILSON   CREEK   5-S  cials  TWO FOR PRICE OF ONE  1934 FORD Coupe and 1934 FORD Sfedan  Radio, Heater....... $195.00  1952   CONSUL with A C unit  1951 JUSTIN with A C unit  $1750.00  $1395.00  1  1940 FARGO.  Goo4 Transportation  1948 THAMES PANEL  1948 FORD PICKUP  1941 GIVIC 1% f ON DUMP  $495.00  $495.00  $895O0  $650-00  \lr  GROCERIES  ��� ������������������������  NABOB JJBLLY POWDERS.  HEINZ jijjxixm OR BABY 'FOOD.....  EXTRA SPECIAL  3 forZU#,  6 for 59  AYLMER STRA^ERRT JAM ...    .4 lb.  tin ��9^  ROLLED R��BEEF  ^ns^de roll...;.........  outside roll.........?..  ������ .   ���      ,.  y. ��� '���.'.-".'"���;    ,.-���-.     ' .'��� ���  GRijLPE A CHOICE  all these jFriday and Saturday onfy  UNION Sp!P AND WHITE STORE  .11); 76^  zibx m$  Union Gen*  i  Phoner Sechelt 18

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