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Array Provincial  Library,  Victoria,  B.  C.  Phone your news or  orders to  Gibsons 45 W  Sixth Year of Publication Thursday  October  16,  1952  Vol- 6 - 4*v      Published in GIBSONS, B.C.     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  L<  out tha't no person could be  expected to live at all decently  on a meagre allowance of $1.65  a day as suggested' by Mr.  Sinclair- The meeting strongly  endorsed   the   action    of   the  egion z.one Council  Resents Sinclair Remarks  A meeting'of: .the- Mount Elphinstone Zone Council, Can-  anian Legion, last Friday evening, took strong objection to  remarks attributed to James Sinclair, Ml E* at a meeting of  the Gibsons Branch on October 7. Particularly resentel was  Mr> Sinclair's, attitude on the basic rate of war veteran's allowances being equal to old age pensions. (Mr. Sinclair had  said- ".WVA. should be AT-LEAST equal to OAP.")   "  ..'~;~    r. Delegates    present    pointed  HOTELMAN PASSES  AT WILSON CREEK  Jack McGuinness, well-  known old-timer on the  Sechelt Peninsula, passed  away at home in. Wilson  Creek Monday night. He had  been in failing health for Dominion Council of the Legion  some time, but. death came % requesting a,- war veterans  suddenly, taking the former allowance/of $60.00 a month  owner".of Bayview Lodge at for single veterans and widows,  "Selma Park, and the former and $120' for married veterans.  owner of a camp near Buc- Strang exception was taken  caneer  Bay.  He  is  survived    to alleged high pressure action  on the part of the government,  through the department of  veteran affairs; to compel some"  veterans and widows to transfer from WVA to old age  pension.  It was the feeling of the  -meeting-that it was the definite  policy of. the Ottawa .administration to unload the veterans  on the Old Age P e n s i o-n  scheme*.  Mention wta.simadje of the"  growing numbers of recipients  of war veterans alio wain.ee  cases who qualified under .con-  by his wife" at home.  .Mr. McGuinness was a  veteran of the Boer War, and  was active in Legion affairs.  The Sechelt Branch, Canadian  Legion, is in charge of funeral  arrangements. ,. ��� ���.  IN POLICE COURT  First motorist to be fined  under Bylaw.. 95 of the Village  of Gibsons. was Alfred Lock-  ner of Nanaimo, who pleaded  guilty before Mag. A. Johnston of double parking. He  was fined $2.Ob and costs;  v"   Others ^pleading guilty be?    ditibns -other- ;tb?ao  a<*e   Thisi  fore Magi Johnston w^re:  ;-?   lihey^  Stephen IX  Postlethwaite     anmt ;made   by  ^.Sinclair  for driving without due care  and .attention. He was fined  $10 and costs when accused  of engaging in a race on the  Sechelt highway.  John W. Ingram, for leaving his wife and children  without the necessities oilife.  It appears he went off to  Vancouver ?,with his pay  cheque, leaving the family to  fend for themselves; Sentenced to six months hard  labor he was released oh pro- -X of  age-  Their  acceptamee  for  that WVA was in ��all respects  am-, old-age scheme.  Latest report of the Veterans  Allowance committee indicated  that no less than 32 percent of  the total number of persons  receiving allowances qualified  ."because of ohysica?! or mental  disability. These people, in- the  case of^men, -were,-under 60  years"of age; and in the case  of women, were under 55 years  batipn of good conduct for a  period of six months.  Einar vBergen of Twin  Creeks, fined $25 and costs  for (infraction of the income  Tax act. -Z^ZyZ 'X:':Z: .?���������-?'"'"-' y''  Arthur Rhodes, fined $10  and costs, for creating a dis-  the benefits had nothing to do  with old"age in any form, Mr-  Macnicol told the meeting. No  less than? 1,162 of the younger  generation War II veterans  were already, 'receiving allowances Under the legislation  andy'the number was growing  turbarice at ?a?dahce  in the,   daily, ??the   meeting   was   in-  School Hallj Gibspns;?;       .;.;;J -formed.' l /  rites Gaglardi  Qn Parking Problem  Tony Gargrave, MLA-elect, has taken up cudgel^ for the  vililage of Gibsons, barragaing the public works department for  assistance in eopiiig with the increased-traffic pr��blems and  parking problems that are? dogging the village council.  With the new'; ferry running to Powell River next year,  an d the ?Port Mellon? road oparti, the s village council forsees a  traffic problem tliatvwill take some tough unsnaring.  Mt[ ;Gargraye  ha)s| written  imperial Oi! Opens  Storage Tanks Here  Faith in the future of the  Peninsula is again-'shown by  a big country- w'tde?;. concern  with the completion of the  Imperial Oil Company storage  tanks and distributor.:; shed  at Hopkins Landing. Tanks  were filled last week, ready  for distribution of the petroleum products. Reg {Godfrey,  well-known around Gibsons, is  the agent.  The company will sell fuel  oil and gas on a wholesale basis  at the present time-., ffhere are  no Imperial Oil service"^ta,tions  operating on the Peninsula.  The Hopkins Landing site  was chosen because? the company felt that with the opening  of the Port Mellon ��� road the  Hopkins Landing area was  bound to become an important  centre along the route. It is  anticipated that matpy of the  -. employees of the pulp mill will  live in Hopkins Landing and  will commute each day to work.  "Some people have? been told  that we chose the site because  the Bla?ck Ball Ferries are  going to move their terminus  to Hopkins Landing, but  nothing could be further from  . the truth," Mr. Godfrey se.id.  X' The persistent rumor has  been nourished by a Hopkins  Lalmding opportnist^ and has  no foundation whatsde ver"  ?M?r ��� Godfrey pointed. out th at  ;?.t?hfi.^operation. ?w^Hife^. w^iy, =  ?? maJte Hopkins^aii: industrial!  centre in the true sense of the  word. There will be no fumes  apd no excess" oil around the  beaches or water, he asserts.  There are three tanks on the  ������> property each,of 12,500 gallons  capacity- At present one is  filled with diesel oil and the  other two with fuel oil. Gasoline will come in in drums  whemi required.  Mercy Flight Held  At Redrooffs By Fcg  A mercy flight was interrupted last Thursday wheni an  aircraft, carrying eight passengers enroute from Kemano  to Vancouver, was forced to  ing- laml at Redrooffs due to  the low fog ceilimg over Vancouver- The aisreraft stayed  cjvernigh'l^ taking off ?Friday  morning.  Among the passengers were  Mrs. Bryam Martin, and her  two-year-old .soini who was  being taken to Vlancover. to  have a screw removed from one  ellon  ened Until Spring  Port Mellon road won't be completed this year ��� unless  the weather, already overdue to change. ~ remains in cooperative mood. The contractors have hit a bad spot ��� about  3500 feet long, which requires heavy ballasting with" gravel.  Gravel will have to be hauled from Hillside. This will increase  the cost of the contract, and will delay the opening of the  :      ~ highway.  Port Mellon and Gibsons  were preparing for the opening of the road at the end of  last month or early this  month. The extra work neces-  Thanksgiving Day  Like Summertime  With the glorious sunshine continuing, Thanksgiv- ^1 m" "Tf xne opening,  ing weekend became like PPbably ^ next Spring,  another Labor day weekend ?���L ' contrary to rumor>  for tourists and vacationists.    W0^ 1S e^ing on  lne   problem   confronting  The warm, dry weather which    +u "!,���,��      I-  has  extended right into  the    *�� C�����?C}l��ZmGn 1S S��ft'  middle of Fall, brought out  has  extended right into  the " Jf, ""��� ,        I        X x* ,r  middle of Fall, brought out ��** ET ?l   %      *   *"t  ramnw   tn   flll   nartQ   nf   tbp 1Ug   baSe   ��f   hard   Pan-   Each  campers  to  all parts  oi  the time the road .  Sunshine Coast. Q���r~,r   t<u~ �����4 TiT  In   Gibsons,   alone,   three ���7'wLT!f     Sf" S*  hii��Mirp<; wprp renorted when oad leel that a iirm fo"���ia-  bushliies were reported wften ti m  h w   1h      j ffi  continued dry weather and a Qth d  b ?  shght breeze fanned clearing Peninsula    howeverj   are   of  fires. Fire officials have asked +u^ nn;���i'     +v,���+ u ���      i  all rpqidents of the Sunshine ,        ��Pmion  that  heavY  rock  all residents ot tne bunsnme ballast is requiredi  Coast   to    be    careful    even        t���^ r^��r.^rQ t\/tt a ��i��^f  ihn^vh  tbP  closed   reason   is ,   lony Gargrave, MLA-elect,  though the closed season is has-been informed of the situ-  ^mil   -oi    i  tj n * + ��� ation. He is expected to visit  The Black Ball ferry put in Port Mellon i/the nex   f  a-busy weekend  as  did the d He  .    h    {  bus  line.   The  seven  o clock ,.goid newS of the project. Un-  ferry, Monday evening, nor- doubtedl   the roa^ ^m CQme  mally-  the   last   ferry,   was up for"discussion at the-Social  crammed   to   capacity   with Cred{t   convention   in   West.  cars,  leaving  about  40   cars view tomorrow night.  still on the dock at Gibsons.        Residents of the Peninsula,  By   the   time   the   ferry   re- who had previously surveyed.  turne4^^  were 57 cars lined up to^make ence   of   th-g   piece   of   bad  ^uriPv5��SS Howe^Sound. ground   and had anticipated'  With a little physical mam- trouble  pulation the cars were loaded        The *del have  far-  aboard    bringing  to  a  close reaching    Effect    on    public  the    busiest    Thanksgiving works   ag   Port   Mellon   and  weekend this  Peninsula has Gibsons  will  likely  demand  ever seen.   an  enqUjry   into   the   delays  that have dogged this project.  JAPANESE WOMAN  COMMITS SUICIDE  Suicide by hanging while  of unsound mind was the  verdict of the coroner's jury  in the case of Mrs. Tono  Nuyaka of Wilson Creek. She  was found hanged in her  home by her husband on his  return from work last Thursday. The 54-year-old woman  is survived by her husband  in Wilson Creek and son and  daughter in Japan.  VON AND PHN TO  yiSIT SECHELT B of T  Miss Isobel Angus, VON  nurse, and Miss Bruna Fac-  chin, public health nurse, will  we guest speakers at the next  regular meeting of the Sechelt  Board of Trade to be lield in  Selma Lodge on October 22.  The two young nurses will  give an outline of their work  to the meeting.  of his lungs.  -tic  ���  Mr. Phillip Gaglardi, ?niinist?er  of public works, a follow-up  to a letter already written by  Robert Burns', clerk of .the  Gihs'oiris village commission.  In his letter, Mr- Gargrave  ���says:> ������  :   "Simee the Port Mellon road  is about to carry traffic and?!'    in a plan put forward to inteke.  iigate the whole sdtuatioh. This  engineer should meet with all  parties, thoroughly,investigate  the whole ^ituatiomi, and? make  recommendations for controlled  expansion of this terminal for,  say, the next ten years/'  Village council is interested  dp not think the Powell Rivev  highway can be delayed much  the road above the post office  four  lanes wide to take care  longer plus the n a t.u r a 11 y ; of ferry parking and ferry  increasing traffic on the Pen- traffic- They feel, however,  insula, may I suggest that your |hat.���the cost of the changes  department^^ send aii exnerien- ^hould be boraie by the B.C.  ced #ah to Gibsons to invest-    government,  ���     ���      \ a ���  28 CRIB HAND  FOR GORDIE KING  . Gordie King of the grading  Post, Halfmoon- Bay, learned  the thrill of a "28" crib hand  last week'- He was playing  ; with his father, Jim King, and  Mr. H: Nelsoiiand Mr.R. Ford,  at the Gordie King home when  the hand, was turned up.  -    . .    :    '��� '. /  SURPRISE PARTY  Surprise- party was held at  the home of Mi*, and Mrs- Percy  Leech,on the occasion of Mr.  Leech's birthday- Guests were  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Macnicol,  Mr. and Mrs* Ash worth, Mr.  and Mrs. James Drummond  and Mrs? Hoyle.  Kay Raven Resigns:  Mrs. Cormack To Report  Mrs. Kathleen Raven of Halfmoon Bay has found that hose-  work and the care of her famly takes so much of her time  that she is unable to carry on as Coast News reporter in  Halfmoon Bay. And. we quite agree with her that care of.  a? young J3amily is the most important of all jobs. "We are  sorry to see her give up the job of seeding in her weekly chat.  ��� : -. ���=���: *- Mrs.   Bob   Cormack,   who   is  ASK LOCAL CONTRACTORS  At the regular October  meeting of the Farmers' In-  titute, the 16 members ent o<n  record as supporting a resolution to; write the minister  of public works asking -that  wherever possible local ��� men  and local machinery be used  on road construction. The members "felt that there ere mem  in the district with efficient  knowledge of road construction, and there is suitable"mac-  inery here to handle the work.  Gibsons Board of Trade will  be; asked to support the resolutions.  well known im* CCF oiircles.  and is extremely interestel in  anything whirh makes for  growth here on the Peninsula1  will take over from Mrs.  Raven. We welcome her. She  has had some experience in  newspaper work; aril got a  good grounding in politics  when she helpend her husband  during ^his oamnaiorn against  Byron Johnson, in New Westminster some years ago-  Mrs. Raven, v\ her letter of  resignation, tolls us that she  will not forget us entirely. In  fact, she's promise:! us some  letters for the "Reader's  Right" column.  v ��� The Coast News    Thursday   October   16,   1952_  *  zws  i&>  ?ff  Member Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association.  (Established 1945)  Authorized  as second  class mail,  Post  Office  Department,   Ottawa.  SAM NUTTER, Production Manager  LES RIMES, Editorial Manager  ; Published  Every   Thursday.  i 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  &ox 6, Gibsons. British Columbia.  Canada Savings BoniJs on Sale  At, Your Neighbourhood B of M  (L^ditoriaU  Courtesy on the seaways  Although action wan taken: late in the season, we register  our commendation of Magistrate Len Hambly of Pender Harbour  for having fined three yachtsmen for speeding in the Harbour-  The motorist has. to keep his eyes on the road, his speed down,  his mind alert and sober; while, in the past, too many boat owners  have been allowed to race arouaid among small boats, without  the lea'st idea of where they are going or what they are doing.  The three yachtsmen who. were fined will know now that the  wake of their ships can swamp, small bo&ts, a'nd can damage boats  at anchor and at the wharvei*. It is unfortunate that all those  guilty of the same misdemeanor could not have stood trial with  them.  The main street of Pender Habour,. and, in fact, of the  entire Sunshine Coast, is a waterway. Those who drive their  water craft along this main artery nhould do so with the same  care and good sense as is expected of one driving down the  main street of a city.  J\UaUGl J .-IVI^-.. FOR ONLY. S.PiHXEIfr-.DOWN  WAR  VETERANS  ALLOWANCE  ?MEETING  Editor, The Coast NewsT  ^lr: "Many Canadians have found a good-way to build a solid ?  May I be permitted to make - fund for the future, despite the high cost of living that makesZ  saving seem ^difficult if not-well nigh impossible," says Tom <  Larson, Gibsons, Sechelt, and Port Mellon manager of the bank  of Montreal*  In a conversation last Monday on the subject of building  financial security, Mr. Larson pointed out that the first requirement for saving money was to "go into debt to yourself. Set  yourself a definite amount���no matter how small it may seem-"  J'One of the surest ways of aocomplishihg this is to pur-  chale one or more. Canada Savings Bonds. Chcose the amount  you feel you can best handle on your income over a year���$50,  $100, $500, $1,000 or $5,000-^and sign the application-"  "Bonds can be bought on the instalment plan for only five  per cent down. For example, with only $2.50 downyoucan make  the initial payment on a $50 bond. On a $100 bond the down-  payment is $5. The remaining instalments can be made on an  easy regular basis over the following 12 months.  An important feature of the 1952 Bond issue is the increased  rate of interest. Each bond bears 10 coupons at the rate of 3.75/  per cent. The first coupon covers a period of 21 months (equal;  to 2-14* per cent per annum), due August 1, 1954* Prom then on;\  one coupon at 3.75 per cent is payable annually on August 1, j  until 1963.>This replaces the 1951 rate of 3*5 per cent and amounts^  to 3.44 per cent per annum over the life of the bond, comparedi  k noli1 to Politicians  }Ve feel it is most unfortunate���for the political parties  themselves���that all four political parties Ciould ell make  their headquarters in Powell River and Westview-. For that  reason^, we were sorry to see Captain Andrew Johnston of  Sechelt relinquish the; presidency of the MacKenzie Riding  Liberal Arsociation in favor of a Powell River nuan-  All four candidates in the last election live in Powell River���  Westview. Now, all presidents of the riding associations live in  Powell River���Westview. ,     -   ?  -'        The population of Powell River ai'ea is drily' il?0O0- Mont  eonsertative ��estim��t��s set the population of our Sunshine Coast  at 10,000' ard some say it is as high a.si 25,000���which we doubt.  Nevertheless, we have a population equal to that of the Powell  ?River area; we have the voters-  When the new ferry link is in operation next year, the Sunshine Coast will be the more accessible centre for meetmgs, and  it. will surely surpass the Powell River area in population, if it  lias not already done so.  We don't ask that the headquarters should be changed to  the Secihclt Peninsula. But we do feel that if the candidates are  to be Powell River men, then the presidents of the ridings should,  be Sechelt Peninsula' men. T|i�� vote from this area could easily  make or break 13; ea.i?didate.r        ~  Pulp and Paper  Earns Millions  British Columbia's Pulp, and .  paper industry produced goods  with a market value of,  $116,000,000 last year- Of this  total. $70 million was contri-v  buted by scales to the U.S-A.,  and 31 millions by sales to  overseas markets. Total production for the year was.  962,787 tons of newsprint, pulp  of various grades, buildrnig  papers "and   felts,,- .hardboard,  box board, wrapping papers,  ���tissues, ground wood and other  special items. '.;������'  The industry used 725 million  f-b.m. of logs/last year 'which  was one fifth? of total log cut  of the B.C- coast area. Hemlock  amd. balsam accounted for 88.  percent of the logs used, followed by spruce, 10, percent,  and fir and cedar, 1 percent.  This year, pulp and paper  plant expansion a>nd improvement in. the province will  absorb, an estimated $31 millions, increasing the provincers  prosperity. .  1 .        ?.?���'  a   slight   correction   in   your  report of the meeting held in  Legion jhall on Oct. 7, this in  reference )to   the  attitude   of  the   jpa.Vliamentary   committee  to the Canadian Legion's deputation. .  It  is  true  that  the  committee   did  very  little  in  connection  with  our  requests,  but their attitude was not unfriendly-   I   did   say  however,  that '"the Prime Minister and  his  Cabinet   gave  the Legion  committee a very cold reception two years a'go" no doubt  due to the fact that the government at that time did not agree  with  our requests. The situation changed, in part, a year  later.  I ought not to have interrupted JVIr. Sinclair during his  remarks, but I must say that  I was rather amazed to note  oujr M.P's apparent sudden  change of front in connection  with the Legion's request for  sixty dollars a' month per  person for recipients of war  veterans allowance, the. present  rate being fifty dollars, with  usual means test.  Just how a man, or woman,  veteran or other, on a war  veterans allowance, or old age  pension of fifty dollars per  month, can exist, far less.live,  on one dollar and sixty five  cents per day, I will leave. Mr.  Sinclair to explain-  Even at sixty: dollars per  month, the amount" would be  small enough," for a bare exist- ,  ance ahl no more.  Mir- Sinclair now takes the  stapdj '.{that  fcvar 'V e t e r a n s  allowance should at least equal,  the  -otfd   age   pension  ^te^'ofiv  fifty dollars which is now ? the  amount paid in B.C.  Correspondence that I have  on file dated Sept- and Oct.  1951, tyn da e<a t es" that "';.Mr.'_  Sinclair' was willing to support. *  the Legion's request at that  time for $60 single' amd $120?  miarried in the case of recipients  of ..war; veterans allowances  with no other income.  In so,vfar as present rates  aire coinicerriied this particular  group, .unable to accept? part  ^time employment, only receive  fifty a month, and ninety if  married,,- basic rate of war  .veterans? allowance.  I again/ ask M>r. Sinclair a  question that he has not yet  definitely answered in recent  "weeks. "Does.he agree that the  rate of war veterans allowance  should be /incre?ased from-fifty  to  sixty dollars  per  persom 1  *-  Robt. Macnicol  II  A last minute Reminder  V.O.N  Fashion Show  ^Elphinstone High School  Friday Evening  8 p��nv  Irenes Dress  Shoppe  with 3-21 per cent last year* |  One of the greatest attractions of the Canada Savings Bond J  which Mr. Larson pointed out was^that it was always cashable!  at full face value. Advt.  Use The Coast News Classified  ?.-^MtnuMk* 'Jim  *:<  J  s  ;���;.;:^"?;\;;;Gibsons ���'_;.  Formerly v Anderson fs  Shoes  X~RAY FITTING  SHOE REPAIRS  1  i  I  i  'ofed-frc  1  ���I  .1  1  v#-  1  1  I  I  1  I  This advertisement is not published or displayed by?th'e?Eii|iubr.  ' Control Board, or by the Government .of ?British?Gpl]dnibi^.  <! TSiis Plot of Earth    Greillt Unions lark  14 Years Service  i  i  ��� By SANDY LOAM ���  COMPOST MAKING  We find when we have put  all the energy we can spare  into making compost there is  never enough to go round-. May  we suggest that your Fall compost be spread aroaind your  permanent plantings, whether  perennials, shrubs, small fruits  or dwarf fruit trees. Then put  over it a- one or two inch mulch  of crushed leaves, clippings  or chopped bracken. This will  ensure tlie full value of the  coinpost being Utili >ed, also  feeding the earthworms . and  bacterki in it- Peonies especially  enjoy this, treatment.  New divisions of .plants,-also  rooted cuttings will benefit by  the use of a! small spadeful of  compost close to their roots  Avhen put in their permament  homes, and if you plant your  bulbs with a trowel, make the  hole deep enough for a good  handful of compost under each-  We usually put a little sand  or leaf mould directly under  the bulb.  May we "lay a ghost" about  the use of bracken in the Fall?  Serious gardeniero often tell us  that bracken is no good after  the leaves stop curing. While  jjt is better used in the spring,  it is good either a�� a mulch or  '���"On. ?the .'compost- heap at a<n.y  time. Nature lets it get brown  and die down before turning  it into soil, and bna.cken mould  is good for that without" doubt.  DWARF FRUIT TREES  Even a small garden* can find  room for two or more of these  handsome little trees, and the  pleasure they ; give^ far but-  balences the modest couple of  dollars they cost. On the ?Penin-  sula these are best planted in  November, .getting inir some  good root ^growth by Spring.  Some may bear fruit next  summer, but the accepted  practice is to remove the blossoms for the first year.  Dwarf apples and pears are  ^available in rpveral varieties  suited to the Coast, and with  a minimum of care they should  give you a treat of larger than  average fruit for years to come-  Two of our trees, put in last  year and not much bigger than  current bushes,-bore around  100 apples each -thinned out  to about three dozen per tree.  The nurseries like early orders  for winter planting-     _  Don't make the; soil too rich  for these young "trees. Rotted  turf or even some fresh inverted turf for the bottom of each  ���?V/-V ���-��� -:GEO?RG;E.MO��RA;^.;;V/?-:'::r:;:V;.  listen   to   the. 'songs   of  Canada's   most  popular tenor, George Murray, together  with music by the Dixie Dean Trio and  patter by Herb May.   .  Dial 980 Alone/ay through  Friday at 10:45Xa.m. :X  One hundred and four years  of service are marked by credit  unions all over the continent  tbijs week. The co-operative  sfa/vings societies owned '3rd  operated by their members got  hole,  and  fill  up around  the ���  roots wiith a mixture of about  three parts   of topsoil  to   one  of  compost.  Feed rather from the top,  with a two foot circle" of compost or old manure (not  touching the trunk), covered  with a three or four inch layer  of leaves or old mulch- This  may be kept in place by flat  stones or small slabs of'board,  and is a proven practice among  modern (fruit growers. Using  .(ibis method will also mean  using! a minimum of sprays  for some years-  -Tine year old trees may also  be grown espalier style, trained on a wall or.- fence. If you..  wish them to grow on a house  or-garage wall it is better to  make a sturdy trellis or use  tal] posts and wire to allow  room for painting the buildings  their start in ?British Columbia  in 1939 when the Credit Unions  Act was passed and the first  charter granted to the Powell  River Credit Unioinr  Credit Unions have assets of  more  than  16  million  dollars  shared by 220 groups, and have  loaned their members 57  million   dollars   in   the   past   13  years. Almost all groups in B-C.  belong   to   the   Credit   Union  .League     and    through    their  affiliation with the ?League to  ���the  national   assoefetion   and  Gun a   Mutual    Insurance   Society. In B.C- all credit unions  are  under  the  supervision  of  the Attorney General's depart-,  ment    and   are   inspected  annually  by the Inspector  of  Credit Unions and his staff.  Thursday  October 16,  1952   The Coast News  3  :<*����  .mimniimmiiiMiiiil  laatiaiwiipWiOT  irr-'i \\ wT-y'���'���'��� r :-y ''������'���'���--'i '���'' :--'t';' ��� X\ i -'��� -"J 'iir if n ���������^���""���^'- -'^\ ��� ��������� ^-^ ��� '��� t \ \ri"- ^' \ ir' jl' ' ���" '"^���'���-"���"-* jjj- �����"���"      *    < ���" *��  r:':'^^^m^jMim  KOLTERMAN  Halfmoon Bay'  Rough & Planed Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7Z  today *> ��W�� deW6^ feoC1��oVto��  Phone today      . Belttery w��B  m X *e*de* ***���X-  lading w *en  *v#//nir*?t  \1  B. W. M. BONE  Chartered  Accountant  1045. West Pender St.  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  ��� TAtlow ,1954 ���  Home Oil Distributors  Phone 30-M and 97 J  Sechelt,  ��>  ?v:l����rcM4  i y$W>  f      . f +^;  FIRST WITH THE NEWS  He ottiec investment  high rate ot interest ��  twyone, toanfc to build up reserves cf $awg,  Gawda pavings &mJ$ -^^^^mcout^^  Gm\helpsplwiaHosaving -make,.saving^ieK^^^  w(yJfccounage> wasteful spending -arc klkfthan cash  In ^pookd- "^^S^r.��� -they can be, cashed at  pff< Mms/ ������ntfjjl  is available, at a rhome/rl's nof-ice, for special opportunities  er toietytncies '."���'-;t���5��(j^ wwt'f more, Canada  having &onfe &c aksy$ c&habk #full fm value,���'  thtpri(^nmrchgms.^3tW^^~^'Th&>}6tr  ,  wenth Series pays a higher rMe tfinfercsl than ever  ttfote-  jjlff'   an average, f $.*}% if held to maturity.  Tney can be paid for in cash or instalments to meet- the  $4Ytr$\con^/ence^^^^^^^^^  They come,in  denominations to me^ everyone's needs'^^^^^  -i>-V^#-^^'"��..-=r#::^^  CANADA S*\^N<rf &&Mllt  7th Series now on Sale  at Banks, Investment Dealers, or through your Company's  / Payroll Savings Plan  S.&.651-W 4  The Coast News   Thursday   October  16,   1952  udents Are Active  ter School Hour  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  by Eric Lindwall  I was talking to an old-timer  the  other day and,. of course,  nothing is the same as in the  o5(clf-dayfc;,   accofcxlling  to   him.  Why, look at the school transportation,   he  says,-   and   that  started me thinking. I suppose  we have  a pretty cushy time  of it.  Brand-new  bus   (not   a  squeak   in.  it),   lotis  of  room,  just three  or more to a seat,  and of course the private buses  that bring those kids that don't  catch   a   bus    (the   Glassford  truck, the Peterson  car I use  the word loosely; it's a Dodge  of fairly ancient vintage) and,  of   course,   all   the   cars   our  ���teachers     drive���those   . new  Ohevs.     and    the���well,    the  Hillmani) ���  Some of us, rather than  walk, even ride a horse! Personally, I'd sooner wlalk than  rely on one of those stubborn  quadrupeds for transportation.  Jueid en tally, my tastes run toward long black Cadilacs-  Yes. I guess the old fellow  was right when he said; "They  spend a lot of money taking  you to school in a. bus sand then  spend- a lot more money.building a gym to give you the exercise you lost riding to  school."  Reader's Right  To :An open letter to Eric  Lindwall.  Re: That insulting .column  about, quote, "The miniature  S-S.  Squad." . /  Dear Lindwall:  We appreciate your commentary om the Monitor's Club,  but a few pertinent facts were  left out. For example, are you  by Annette Marleau  Deserting fair (Gibsons  to  grace Port Mellon this weekend are two or three Gibsons  people.    Norma    Turner    and  June   Hardy  will  be  staying.    Grade 12 here and Vould" like  all week-end but several of the    to become^ draftsman.  would like to become more people (those wfio work out-  active, Dorothy would like to side of school)- The Hough's  be a nurse. who own a dairy have their  A year and a half ago John son amid daughter both working  Marsh left Peinder Harbour for very hard.   >J.  foiq'uamjish.     After     attending.   ���~ ���" ="   :  school at Squiamish he returned  to Pender Harbour- He now  boards at Hunter's Guest  House,  and is completing  his  F  1L1  boys  will  be  walking  up  for  the; dance-  Dorothy    Truffnell,    a    16-  year-old  student from  Areola  the Coast News and we will  do their best to make regular  contributions in the future.  On the afternoon of September 22, the students met  for the election of Students'  Council Officers for the coming  year. The officers chosen were:  President, _ Peter Wray, Vice-  President, Anne Eobitnson;  Secretary, Dorothy Gregerson;  Treasurer, Doris Collins; Pub-  Madeira School  Elects Council  The pupils of Madeira Park Sa,sk-' has arrived here to take  School take pleasure in sending .V classes im Grade 11- She is  in  their first   contribution  to : interested in most  sports and  has la particular interest in  skating. She is joining the  Monitors  club  at  present  but  Students' Council  Discuss School Pin  by George  Williamson  The (Touncil met in room 207    v 7       on  October  8,   1952  and  the   HcityT* Dorothy    Collins    and    ^C1?s!0n of thj;.sehool rings     POK..SALE  Anne  Robinson,;   Social.   Convenor, Jacquie ?Reiter. At their*  second  fall  meeting thev dis-  cussed their finances and drew  up a budget.  Tjhey -appreciate   the   wto'rk  dome   by   Mr.   Nachtjgal,   Mr-  Ulmer  aind' Mr-  Gray  on   the  games  field.   They  now   have  two-  volleyball   courts   and   a  soccer  field,   which   they   use  to great advantage.  They welcome new members  of the Madeira Park Superior  School who have recently come  from other parts of the province, among them being Mary  anid Glen Kerr, Loy Hasse,  Beverly 'pied Ruth A)ekroyd,  Beverly Edwardson, and of..;,  course, the beginners in the  Primary  Department-  The Sports Beat  G!ilda Reitz and Bobby  ���Kimnio two of our working  gals were interviewed to see  if working life agreed with  them. They work at Anne's  Coffee Bar. Gilda cooks nights  and Bobby is our waitress-  An interview on our working  Millwood  & Sawdust  one   Jim Renton  Sechelt  55  The Coast News  r LA J JIII ED  Phone 20L  tfn.  Liot  and  small  cottage  on  water.  Apply aeorge Belt GrantJiams Ldg.  tfn-  by Roy Duncan  The sports scene at Elphin-    of the grads, Robert Jack-The  was takea* up. Birks sent the  council three designs of rings Alder wood, $10.50 per cord; Fir  all of which are very nice, wood $11.50 per cord, delivered.  They also quoted the price of e. McCartney. R.R. ly Gibsons,  the rings and pins. Mr- Clark  managed to get a reasonable  price for liast years sportsmanship, citizenship, and scholarship awards. These awards  consist of a block E with a  chain and bar. On the bar is  the name  of the  award.  The  council also decided to have a  Hot Dog Sale on Thursday 16.  The  Student  Council  again  met on. October 10, in a special  meeting to discuss the invitations to  the  school  party   on.  October  18-  There  were  four  invitations . received    and  Okayed  by. the council-  They  decided to send two designs for  the   school    rim,gs    into    D.E.  Hutchisons    with    Mr.    Clark  over   the   weekend   to "get   a  quoted .price  for them.  These  designs were miade up by one  Two  fir  squares  8x10x22  feet.  George Friend, Gibsons. 41  Fowls at ��1*00 each W. H. Palmer.*  Gibsons. 20R.. Near. Cannery.. At  home 12:15  to  1:00.  II I U  ���    -I   ������ U ' ���   l ������      ��� ll.ll.. M      '  FOR  RENT  Leaving district. Must  sacrifice 30 ft. X 8 ft. beam troller  or work boat as is. First $375 takes  it or will trade for car. Also numerous otheV artic3es all fcberificed.  F. Williams "Brynmawr," . Bay  Road, Gibsons.      , tfn  Rough  and  Planed  Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7Z  KOLTERMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  Bendix Washing Machine, five  years old, $175. First class condition.  Mrs. Galliford, Stratford Kindergarten,  Roberts Creek 22A.,    42  At  Hopkins ��� Six-room  house;  large   living   room   with   fire-  ��� place;  modern plumbing, Pem-  spu    ��<-    broke bath; $35.00.  Phone West  &eu    d,u    Van   1407^L_1) or see Maclaren,-  1651���24th St., West Vancouver.  41  Five small houses to rent���It  pays to list your property with  TOTEM REALTY, Gibsons,  -41  WANTED TO BUY  Require a parcel of land between  Secret Cove and Irvines /Landing.  Advise location size and price to  box 15,  Coast  News' 41  Wanted to exchange���one-maii  IEL chain saw for one-man drag  saw.   Box 21, Coast News.  ���     -V..  ?     ?V^-...?    ,41?:  stone   was   rather   dead   last  week. The girls held their first  evening practice last Monday.  There was a good turn out of  .    ,    _. t   Al       both juniors and semiors- Mrs.  sure you j ust  discovered  the    GlassW  the givh RB> te,ach:  er, was m charge.  Tuesday marked the second  evening practice for the boys  again. There was a good turn  out of both juniors and seniors.  Jack and Ray Nestman came  down from Sechelt for the  work out  which  included  ex  existence of the "squealer's  squad"? After wiatching you  streak up those stairs a few  times, even , the softie of the  club, felt a suddeur urge to  exercise justice.  This is off the record, old  boy, but it's not because of  your good behavior that you  lon't get tickets. As it happens,  the   monitor's   club   is   almost  designs are of a cougar's head.  The transportation for the  school damce, from Sechelt and  Roberts Creek was discussed.  There wifll be two buses from  Sechelt and one bus from the  Creek- ���-..-���  John Marsh Named  Badminton Prexy  White enamel kitchen annex heater  as new, with waterfront. Quantity  English Boxwood plants, well -  rooted. Also numerous other shrubs  at reasonable prices.. D. Kennedy,  Phone Roberts Creek 22S4.  .���41  One 2-man McCullough Power  Saw. S. A. Rhodes, R.R. 1,  Gibsons...... .43  WORK WANTED  for sale or long term lease. Con-  ���w�� ��������    ~  ~ ~~    At the last meeting of the        . - .    .    ercises,  two-hand  push  shots    badmi^^^y^dnesday ^^goa^S? JI���'  etc.                                                    September 8, Jdhih'Marsh twaB ������'4             v                  44  A few soccer enthusiasts in elected   President-Lila -Farn- ���      ,,:Z' ,.Xy" ������'  Spray and"Brush Painting; also  paper hanging. J. Melhus. Phone  Gibsons  33. tfn  Dave Gregerson ��� Licenced Electrician: Madeira Park. Pender Harbour, tfn  WATCH REPAIR ��� All types of  watches and jewelry repaired. Reliable, fast? efficient. Union General  Store, Sechelt. tfn  PERSONAL STATIONERY  etc. Apply Coast News.  RUBBER  STAMPS  strictly a feline outfit, and we        - ^       - &              nified   a Iham?. had    previously    been  have a warm spot m our hearts Tne  bL110,01   "tl:.    uls<*"������.+�� annm-Tlfpj qo;-rp^^^  nf ��fnnp W von  "bio hand- team, and the tirst game is to appointed bee. Treasurer,  of stone ioi   you     big .nana-... fe      >                  October  11,  at Each student who wishes to  toZJ^heek ^Wihlll'ue Seohett"  ap��irt    the    Indian play, pays 5-cents;a day. This  tongue m cheek.) With all due             there-                                  . small fee helps to provide new  respects, it seems to me that ^oys tee       ^ ^ ^ ^ fThe^ibsons  Senior  badmmitom;    club    has    been  ,  small fee helps to provide new  I remember the dragnet it took        It is hoped that a series of  is? n ^ su$��- imsjaaiasss =srs .�� �����=  justice. And those times when  yop never did arive, the fines  that built up would have kept  us in badges land ticket books  until Elphinstone crumbled-  "The Softie"  and   Gibsons   Elementary  Grounds.  In Volleyball games, House  A junior boys won against  House B, and House C senior  Transportation Specials  37  FORD  37 CHEVROLET  36 DODGE  34 OLDSMOBILE  29 FORD  5 Pass. Coupe -$225.00  Sedan 250.00  Sedan 175.00  Sedan 175.00  Coach        50.00  And many more cars on our Sales Lot  ALL CARS LICENSED  Gib  sons  s  ales  R^ss Roth  Phone Gibsons 102 W  shuttles to us, and we wish  to extend, our thanks to them  for so doing- %...���'.. ��� '  Later on, we hope to have  la school tournament, and if  some of the players develop  as expected, we hope to enter,  some bigger and better tournaments.  - .       i  "���-     ���-     ���   -     .  *".,   ...    "���  boys won over House A.  In the girls gaines Houses A.  and C junior girls played a tie  while   House   C   senior   girls  defeated House Br,'  The first scheduled girls  inteir-house soccer ?g>a me was  won on default by House B  over House Af as House A was  unable to field a? team. The  game betweenjM'::afiS'r'-G;-:'ended  in a scoreless tie.  On Friday October 10, Houses  B and C turned out for an  exciting giame. House B took  the laurels, winning 1 to 0 on  a goal scored.by Rutji Tyson-  Our soft drinks are not so hot  "    but our hot chocolate is  Whether you like your evening snack  hot or cold you'll find the best at  ���        �����: -��� ��� ���.-'.. - ���-��� ���������������.-   . ��� ..  .���/  & -.  Tomorrow Friday, Octi. 17  .   :-Z" ^yy'Z'y       AT  Elphinstone   High   School   Auditorium  Motorists: If you are driving up to the High School  for the Fashion Show, it would be niuch appreciated  if you would invite others .td/'ffiye\:?-?up'.^;with^3rbti*:'  Thank you! ? ^HC^SIKIi'I  Date Pad  October 21 ��� Gibsons 2 p.m.  regular meeting of W.I. at the  home of Mrs. ?Ross.  Qctqpjer 23 ��� Gibsons 6:30,  St. Bartholomews Church turkey supper. Keep this date  open for a delicious home  cooked meal.  October 25 ��� Roberts Creek  VON dance. Music by Evan  Kemps Trail Riders. Stage show  8 to 9. Fun for all., Do not miss  this.  October 29���Sechelt Guild* of  St. Hildas Church. Tea, home-  cooking, at 2:30, Sechelt Inn.  <Note change of date from  Oct. 22nd.)  November 2���Gibsons at Legion-Rail. Rot turkey supper  and show by St. Mary's Altar  Society. v  November 18  United Church  work, etc.  ��� Gibsons  W.A.    sale   of  November 12���Gibsons Legion  Hall-���O.E.S. annual fall bazaar,  ti eedIe work, home cooking,  white elephant sale, fish pond,  post office.  November 21���Roberts Creek  3t. Aidans W.A. in church hall.  FaU bazaar: sewing table, home-  booking,  Christmas  cards,  etc.  Each week we will feature a real  ?ood buy ��� it will pay you to checK  t!*ese as they  appeafT ....      THIS   WEEKS   EXTRA   SPECIAL  UNUSUAf. VIEW LOT  AT HOPKINS���only $625  FOR RESULTS LIST YOUR  PROPERTY WITH  ��� the ���  Totem   Realty  Phone Gibsons 44  Gower  Gleanings  By GYPSY TOWERS  Whiaft    a   gorgeos   weekend  to   entice   the    city    dwellers  for   a  laist   holiday  fflng���the  "Bainbridge"    carrying    capacity   and   overflow  loads   on  every    trip! ' Now    that    thei  system has bean, so well pat-  rctadzed���how about giving the  customers a break amid including the driver in the car fare?  Up to enjoy the long weekend    were    Mrs-    Steele    aind  daughter    Tibby    from    New  Westminster,  Mrs. Alex Hamilton,   the   Lloyd  Ellricks,   the  Hodson   eouisiras,  Phyflljs  and  Cathereme and Mr. Ted Hodson of Nainainib. It wa��* a high  tea  given by the  James Sinclair 's Sr- to finalize their long  pos'tpoihied return to the City-  'Twas a  full house at Stronlochie    when    Mr . aind   Mrs.  Wi'lliian  Bow, not  only  enter-  ���taihed    the    neghboring    devotees of  the  Scottish  Da/n.ce���'i  but Daughter Margaret Blackburn and granddaughter Jean-  aiie 'added . to)  the   enjoy mentals well as Mr. and Mrs. Will..  Gray   who.   were   taking   ad-  anitage  of the  holiday to  set  their" cottage   right   for   the  winter  If you are interested in a  TELEPHONE  ANSWERING SERVICE  (Sechelt Exchange)  please see  Mrs. A. Renton  Sechelt 55   ���  Service 9 to 5  I  ��� .-;'������ ��� ��...  Artiste Beauty Salon  Back with new tips from Roberta Tate  Hollywood Stylist  HEAR:    Secrets  SEE: Beauty is a Science  LEARN: Valuable- Hints  Hair Shaping    -:-    Coloring    -:-    Brightening  New Method Cold Waving  Through this Salon, Diane Sinclair, Cosmetic  Representative, presents a full line of Cosmetics  .,��� v.'-."' aXX   r  IRENE'S  FALL FASHION  SHOW  ������.-,.'   In aid of V.O.N.  FREE Facials on Sat, Oct. 18  by appointment  Mrs. V. R. Smith      Inglis Apts.  Phone Gibsons 9S  Halfmoon Bay  hy P- Cormack  Rember that date Monday,  October 20, for free chest X-  rays. The mobile clinic will be'  at Redrooff Store on that date.  Little five-year-old Frankie  Dipuma, along with two  grandmothers, and his dad; is  ���anxiously awaitinig the home-  eomimig this week of his new  baby brother. The baby was  was born in Vancouver on September 29 to Mr. and Mrs.  Frank Dipuma-  When the local branch of  the V. 0. N. met at the home  of Mrs. Jack Burrows on October 9, plans were completely  for the December 5 baziaar tcv  Mrs- R. Cormack was elected  secretary to fill the vacancy  caused by the resignation of  Mrs. Mayson of Middlepoint;  We are pleased to report  that Mrs. W. Tait is improv-  anid after her recent illness.  Mrs- E. Oarmichael of ���Yic-  toria paid a short visit to the  area last week after an absence  of* three years. Up to look  over her summer home at Welcome Beach, she was the guest  of Mr? an Mrs. Jim Cooper  while here.  Holidaying in Vancouver  and era Vancouver Island arei  Mr- an! Mrs. Peter Meuse-  Mr- and Mrs. F. Claydon  are visiting their son and  daughter-in-law, the Ray Clay-  dorai's of Kelowna1.  Home from schools in Vancouver over the Thanksgiving  weekend were Pat and Marilyn Cooper, daughters of Mr.  arid Mrs. Jim Cooper, with  their house-guest, Sharo.ni All-in; anid Marilyn Lyons,  daughter of Mr.- and Mrs.  Frank ! Lyons  of  Redrooffs.  Mr. and Mrs. Larry Frost of  Redrooffs have as their guests  Mr- and Mrs. Swaitrison of Vancouver, parents of "Mrs- Frost.  Among other fislhiSng: enthusiasts at Redrooffs Resort the  past week have been; Mr. and  Mrs- Jack Stewart of Vancouver. Sinclair, Manitoba,  guest of- Mrs. E. Klusendorf  of Welcome Beach are her son  Kcl-|neth wi,tfh his wife aind' ���  their children., Karen and Mel.  Joe Donahue of Welcome  Beach will be staying in Van-  couver for the next few weeks-  Visitors last week ait the  home of Mr. and Mrs. -Barley  of Welcome Beach was' daughter, Mrs. Carl Jacomlbe of  Schrieber,   Ontario'.  '**  Bowen Island  School News  by Beverly Brand and  Dorothy Anne Davies  Bowen Island school will be  losing ome of it's little*.'pupils,  'TheDai PHumb. Tlierai took a  large ���part in the Christmas  Concert, so she will be missed  greatly.  The new student minister  gave his first sermon on Oct-  5, and the congregation enjoyed his address. ���-������_..  Thursday   October  16,   1952  The Coast News  ew 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.  A  snap  at : $1925.00  1950 HILLMAN SEDAN, radio, heater, two-  ���s  tone, 10,000 miles.  A bargain, plus economy ?? $1050.00  1949 INTERNATIONAL SA -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  CLUMBER  Offers  A Complete  Building Service  We'tie Got the   Goods  at the Right Price  Phone 53  *  7 GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD  HAVE INNAWINDOWS  1. They prevent loss of heat through windows;    -  2. They are installed inside; eliminates use Of storm  sash; *'������ ��� v.\?  3. They come complete ��� ready to mstal and can  be installed in less than one minute;  4. They can be removed in a jiffy;  5. They keep the inside of the windows free from  oil and coal film;  6. They keep out dirt and dust;  7. They do not steam up in any weather.  You can now INSULATE  your windows with  7  MORE   GOOD   REASONS   WHY   YOU  SHOULD HAVE  INNAWINDOWS  The Patented Window Insulator  Represented by  C. I GRAY Phone Gibsons 94  YOU CAN SAVE UP TO 50 PERCENT ON YOUR FUEL BILL  1. They protect curtains and drapes from deterioration;  2. They look smart; I   i  3. They  are  guaranteed;  4. They are fire-resistant;  -5. They can be left up all ycsr ��� keeping the heat  in during the winter and the harmful sun's rays  out  during  the summer;  G. They save you money;  7. They are manufactured in Vancouver by a leading  manufacturer of sash and doors. 6  The Coast News Thursday   October  16,   1952  VON Nurse Makes     Did- YOU KnOW  ������ w  liibsQBS Tbeatre �� SecheSt Theatre  Monday 7  and 9  Tuesday 8 p.m.  Burt   Lancaster   ���  "Dorothy  McGuire  ��� Edmund Gwenn  MISTER   ��80  Wednesday, 8 p.m.  Friday,      7 and 9  ARCHER,   HOWARD  HILL'S  African Expedition  TEMBO  Plus a Disney True Life  Adventure  WATER BIRDS  Thursday    8  p.m.  Saturday, 7 .and 9  Rid     Skelton   ���   Katherine  Grayson ��� Howard Keel ���  Marge and Gower Champion  LOVELY   TO   LOOK   AT  Monday 7 and 9  Tuesday 8 p.m.  Paul Douglas ��� Robert Ryan  Barbara Stanwyck ��� Marilyn  Munroe  CLASH BY NIGH"!  Wednesday, 8. p.m.  Friday,   7   and   9  Red     Skelton   ���   Katherine  Grayson ��� Howard Keel ���~  LOVELY  TO  LOOK  AT  Thursday -8   p.m.  Saturday, 7 and 9  ARCHER,  HOWARD  HILL'S-  African Expedition  TEMBO .  Plus a Disney True Life  Adventure  WATER BIRDS  m  PUBLIC MEETING  H  ear  James Sinclair, M. P.  Report to the People  I  Sechelt Legion Hall  Wednesday, Oct. 29,  8 p.m.  Auspices'Sechelt District Liberal Ass'n  &  Canadian National Institute for the Blind  Peninsula Branch  You are invited to assist  in the great work of the  C.N. IB.  if our canvasser does not call  at your home, please accept this  invitation to send your contribution to ,  Mr. T. Larson   ^  co Bank of Montrealv  Gibsons, B.C.  Canadian National Institute for the Blind  Peninsula Branch-  146 Calls in Month  ���-��*��r-4 v  The largest passenger vessel ever  to be operated on a body of water in  the Canadian Rockies plies Maligne  Lake in Jasper National Park, Alberta, during the summer. It is a 20-  passenger gasoline-powered cruiser  which was built in Vancouver. Glacier-fed Maligne Lake is a popular  vacation area. y.   ������ \  The Canadian National Railways  operate. 2,677 locomotivesi 106,281  freight cars and  3.459 passengers  cars. On its 366  sleeping cars CNR.  uses 16,300 blankets, .42,000 sheets,  36,200 pillow slips  and 52,300 face  towals. What a  weekly wash!           The famous "International, Limited," which has been in service half  a century, runs between Montreal  and Chicago, covering the 335 miles  to Toronto in slightly more than six  hours and the total distance, 851  miles, in about 16 hours.   ��� -"  KOLTERMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  The Best in Lumber  FOR THE VERY  FINEST  :       HARDWARE  CHINA and DRYGOQQS  GROCERIES ��� DRUGS  FISHING SUPPLIES"  HOME ESSENTIALS  MURDOCH'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harhour, B.C.  IsobeF Angus  VON   Nurse  This month has shown an  increase in the ��� number of  -visits made by the VON nurse-  The Visits made to - patients  totalled 146. Of these 93 Visits  were made to nursing care^  patients which includes, .giving  of injections, caring for chron-"  ically ill, bathing of babies*  and caring for sick school and  pre-school age children.  Health Instruction visits  totalled 52. This includes visits  mjade to ..expecte-nt mothers,  new babies under six weeks of  age, and-the new mothers. The  service to babies includes  weighing   and   distribution  of  . literature; and is free, while  there is a' fee charged for  demonstrating^Jbaby  bath-  Travelling- time in this area  is extensive as caills were made  to points between Granthams  Landing and Middlepoint. Of  the total visits made, 58 were  ; m*ade  in   Gibsons Avith  21  in  ; Gibsbtosmunicipality/ 3.8  in  Robertsv?Greek,  lQvin  Wilson  ; ��reek, '^^h^XX^^Z^XXaXid  Ha 1 f m obn^jBay ���/' 1 %.?  '*' Thanks from the; VON go to  the residents'-of the Sec?helt  Peninsula for their co-roperation  in supporting the VON during  the past months and we hope  that this support shall continue  in the future.     '       ���  It is hoped that all who feel  they require VON service will  feel free to: call the nurse as  this is the purpose of the VON  on the Peninsula.  Miss   Seaman,  the  western  regional, supervisor    for    the.  Victorian Order will be visiting this branch from November  10  to 14-  ?      ; v ;  In the Gibsons area- any who  were missed by the canvassers  during the last drive for funds  can contact Mr. G. Marsden or  Mrs. A.E- Ritchey.  Local Kin Hosts  To Abhotsford Club  Gibsons Kinsmen are to play  host to a group of thirty Kinsmen and . w i v e s from the  ���Abb'ot^rd club on October  18,-gpd 19, according to George  Miller, secretary of the local  group- The^Abbotsford members are expected to arrive on  " the 6:30 ferry Saturday evening  and jolin the local! Kin and  wives at a dinner and dance  Saturday evening- Plans are  being laid by the entertainment  committee, headed by Tom  Larson1, for Sunday? entertainment   for "the visitors.  BOWEN .ISLAND NEWS  Mr. and Mrs?. Wood returned  October "4, from ���>an enjoyable  trip through the interior/ They  came through the states passing  through Chilliwack, Kelowna,  Vernon, "Wenatehee and Mount  Vernon. - .-'"'''-   l  " The Ladies Auxiliary will1  hold its monthly meeting on*  October 16,.; We hope all the  members will be there.  s.  I  i  i  Seagram's Crown Royal %  Seagrams V.O.  Seagrams "SB"  Stagrams King's Plate  Seagram's Special Old  This advertisement is not published or displayed by ���;?">: \  the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  "The  B  tt  and Convenience  we yours  with  The refrigerator with the 10 year guarantee���twice as long a guarantee as any  other refrigerator      A  ��� Full width freezer compartment (4 trays make 8 lbs.  '���" off ice)'. ��� ";?" z \Z '.'  ��� Adjustable shelves  ��� Dew View Freshener  Priced f rom     <gg;29.  50  Sunset Hardware  J. Wood  J.  Clements  "Business comes where it is invited;  stays where it is appreciated"  YOUR   PROGRESSIVE   HARDWARE   MERCHANTS redlt Union  las Loane  Pender  Harbour  **���*  Interviewed:'on the occasion  of the 104th birthday of Credit  Unions, Ernie Pearson, , president of the Roberts Creek  Credit Union, stated the local  group has loaned out over  $150,000 since its inception in  July, 1941, without suffering  loss on any loans and without  deficits. ���  The local group, he said,  Was originated in 1941 with 15  charter members, and a capital  of $41. At the present time  there are 220 members with a  capital of $15,000. The Roberts  Creek Un[Lon has made over  600 loans since its inception.  "We expect a great incre/ase  in membership and in activity  now.that our head office has  been amoved to Sechelt," remarked Mr-Pearson.  First   president   was   Wally  Berry   with   Leah   Cotton   as j  secretary    treasurer. 'Present:..  officers   are    Ernie   Pearson,  president;    ?Mrs.    A-  - Renton.,  treasurer;  and   directors  iare  Harry  Sawyer,  Sechelt; 'Dick  Reeves,  Roberts \Creek;  Jack ;  Gibbs, Roberts Creek; Mrs. R.  Kolterman, Halfmoon Bay-  Credit  committee  comprises  W- Kolterman, Halfmoonv Bay,/  Dave Walker of Sechelt; Roy  Nygren of Wilson,Creek; and  Eric   Imtglis,   Gibsons.   Super-  visary committee ^ comprises A]  Forbes of "Wilson  Creek,  R/ay  Delongof Wilson Creek,  and  Mrs.  Ivy Colwell,  Sechelt.  Annual wood consumption by the  Canadian National Railways aver*  ages     260.000,000  feet boards meas- :.  ure. Uses for the  wood   includes  track ties,  poles,  fencevposts,; grain  f   iXJIXn^---- doors    for,    grain  I  V -shinning cars,  as  W jk-' well as hundreds  r/?J &j ���"of other uses in  '  a' variety of jobs.  By SARAL  '- Well, it's 'nice to be home  again after all my travels. All  m all I have traveled about  5,000 miles through Washington, Oregon, and California  then ba'ck here and up the  coast to Knight Inlet. And 1  can honestly say that I still  like home best-  Naturally v: is it ing the  Glamor City, Hollywood, was  a never-t orb e-f or gotten experience. I spent, eleven days  there visiting the Universal  stttdio�� '/smd seeing mialny of  my favorite, radplo programs-,  which, now, I can enjoy the  more- Met some very nice  people and if amy of you are  down that way I'd suggest you  drop into the House of Ivy-  Bob Neil is manager and his  staff includes 'Gordon from  Sidney, Vancouver Island, and  Betty and Dot. A friendlier  place you'll never' find anywhere. . ' ': ~.  Ate(b~?- don't forget to visit  Santa 'Monica pier, and say  hello to Pat Lister, the Harbour  Master. And dotni't be surprised  if he tells you all about the  Sechelt Peninsula. He spent his  childhood at Secret Cove, and  the man who taught him to use  a 22 rifle was none other than  Fred Klein." Small world, 'eh?  L.A- BAZAAR  Canadian Legion Ladies  Auxiliary held their fall bazaar  on September 27. It was opened  by Peter Trappit who explain-  ed^the purposes for which the  proceeds will be.used, m his  own' inimitable* way. Home  cooking was, as always, ���> popular," 'and truly that stall ;was  a picture to gladden the eye  of all who had time\.tb see it  beffre the sale started- The  needlework was equally worthy  *gfaciz  *gatl  z^enttieb  ,f  ..?.  v  iSchecliile Chanp  Schedula No! 3Z-��� cancelling^Schedule No. 2  ���'".-.' xyzx-X- -���-:."��� ���-������'���''* ���������������       . i:yZ'' - *r:'������"��� '..  >       Effective Now  '*,  5" Subject to change without notice  '* ���   ''' mmt    ��� ' v^ ���'������''  5     Round Trips  Daily     5  Lv. Gibsons  '7:00   a.m.  10:00   aan.r v  1:00 p.m.  v  4:00  p.mfs'  r    7:00 pan.  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  8:30 a.m.  11:30 a.m.  2:30 p.m.  T:30 p.m.  8:30 p.m.  Gibsons-Keats bland-Gambier--Island  . *   ^ ���" ���    ��� .i ��� .. ���  Every Monday  .���-���-*     ������. ���  ~    '. ' '���  Lv.'  Gibsons  8:30  a.m.  ���   7:00  p.m.  ?Lv.  New  Brighton  ,9:00  a.m.   ���  7:30  p.m.  Lv.  Keats  Island  9:30  a.m.   ���   8:00  p.m.  Arr.  Gibsons   ? ..;-, ?-v  -   9:40  a.m.   ���   8:10  P.mv  ack Ball Ferries Ltd  HORSESHOE BaSTb.C.  Phone Whytecliff 3581  of mention���so many hours of  fine work had gone into it.  Other stalls included "surprise  packages, vegetable^ fruit,  and flowerjs^ and, of course,  the fish pond/  The ladies were very pleased  with the sum raised and wish  to thank-aW'those who helped  to make it a success- Winners  of the draws were; Annie Jean  McDonald- won the set of  dishes; Alice Brown won the  flashlight; Mr- Ulraer won the  Old Fashioned j?et?: Mrs. R.  Spicer won the .tablecloth as  door prize, land Mr. Gray won  the cake plate.        i  NEW GROWTH NOTED  I notice many changes around  the Harbour. A new addition  to the house of the Gray's;  new store going up at Wencl-  lunds; two houses brought  from elsewhere complete with  tenanfts and placed' on Wilf  Harper's place- Two new homes  on. Henry WhittakerV~place.  And work going ahead steadily  on Madeira Park Motor Court,  Thursday  October  16,   1952    The Coast News  which   should    be    ready    by  Spring.  TOOKER'S MOVE.  Sorry to report that Mr. and  Mrs. Ed- Tooker have sold out  -and moved to Whaletcwn. Dell  will be missed by the PTA  as she was iau active member-  Jacki and Terri, their daughters, both pupils at Madeira  Park will also be missed- We  wish them the very best in  their, new home.  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Why go to Vancouver for  Ontical Service?  ATTENTION  Call us now for chimney cleaning, oil burner servicing  and cleaning before winter. We also repair furnaces and  stoves. ANYWHERE ON THE PENINSULA  Used ranges and drums for sale; stands made to order.  Dealers for Kemac Oil Burner  C. & S. OIL BURNER SALES & SERVICE  Sechelt 74  *     <���   ��� s  The Canadian Infantry Soldier is a vital  part of our expanding defence forces. In Korea  he has built a wonderful reputation for his  courage and ability. Wherever he goes, the    .  Canadian Soldier has a way of winning friends ���  of impressing both friend and foe with his outstanding  training and soldierly qualities.  The Infantry Machine" Gunners are an integral  part of .the Canadian infantry regiments. With their  heavy, and accurate fire power, the Infantry Machine  Gunner's have time and again in Korea proved how  extremely important they are in attack and defence.  Play your part in Canada's most important business today, defence.  ?You are eligible if you are: 17 to 40 years of age, (tradesmen  to 45), physically fit and ready ro serve anywhere.  Apply to ihe nearest Recruiting Depot:  No. 11 Personnel Depot,  4201 West 3rd Avenue,  Vancouver-B,C.  ���MM Thursday 'October  16,   1952  8  The Coast News  Mis' Beauty hrloar  Cldsed From  Monday Oct. 20  To  Saturday Nov 1  Now On The Peninsula  Esso Heating Oils & Gasoline  Reg. Godfrey, Agent  Phone Grantham 56  SPECIALS  GROCERY DEPARTMENT  SATURDAY  ONLY  NABOB PORK & BEANS._-  2 for 25c  CLOVER LEAF SOCKEYE SALMON, Va-S-S for 1.19  EUROPA POTTED MEAT SANDWICH SPREAD lie  ALBERTA OR FRASER VALLEY  FIRST GRADE BUTTER^���-^._r_-i--^-3:il?.  1.99  SIRLOIN  TIP  ROASTS ...... J......... _lb.  79c  RUMP  ROASTS  . ...r..   (All Grade A Choice Beef)  lb.  65c  Firecrackers, Sparklers, Party Costumes, Lanterns,  Masks, etc.  .���.-"������'       ��� ��� ^  UNION RED AND WHITE STORE  Union XleneisI Store  Phone Sechelt 18  USED CARS  Almost new; only 3000 miles���1952 CONSUL  with A.C. unit.  Only __- $1759-00  -   *:������  See this nice little AUSTIN from town,  |        1951 A-40 with A.C. unit.  .   ...$1395.00  1951 FORQjHckup. Only 10,000 miles.... $1495.00  1947 FORD pickup; new motor........ . $ 895.00  1940 DODGE pickup. Complete new motor....$ 495.00  1948 THAMES panel. Economy plus . $495.00  Peninsula Motor Products Ltd.  '��������� ��� ?   ,* ' V;' -.' ''  "The name that means a good <deal."  Tour hmmik General Motor Dealers  PHONE  WILSON "CREEK   5-S  Three Busli Fires  Thanksgiving Day  A clearing" fire, allegedly  started by T. C. Ross, Gibsons,  crept dangerously close to  the house iwext "door. JNTeigh-  bors cal'led the brigade.  Firemen, off work for the  'Thanksgiving weekend, rushed  from their homes as the siren  sounled-v They spent. an hour  of their day off fighting the  fire.  Mr. Ross who. had been  clearing his lot, left the fire  unguarded while he spent the  weekend in Nanaimo.  The fire engine had hardly  ... arrived back a.t the fire hall  when the sireni again sounded-  This ''time it was a burning  fence behind the home of Miss-  Jones in Grainithams Liatnding.  Cause of the fire remains a  mj'-stery. It was quicklj** extinguished.  Gibsonews  " by Mercury  The  regular   monthly meeting  of  the  Local  Association  Girl  Guides was held  at  thev  home  of Mrs. Ritchey ia,t the ;  Headlands    Monday    evening'  August  6.  he  L-  A.   requests  thaf* those   friends   who   took  Guide baskets will ylease  return^ them now, either to Mrs.  Ritchey   or Mrs.  SargenW>  After the usual business had  present    were    interested    to  been    attended    to,    members  hear  tape  recordings   of   the1  broadcast    of    the    Nationiatl  Guide  Camp  held  in  Ottawa  last  July.  The  recording   in-  dludel \jGuide  songs,   speeches  by    Pemier   St.' TLaren.t'��� and  others-,^ and   interviews   with  Guides from different'districts.  Mrs.   Donald   (Cochrane   has  -just  complete!  a  W-eek's  stay  la|t  Gibsons,'  befoj;e leaving  to  spend   the   winter   with,   her  daughter in California-/  ��� Weflcom)} to" Mr.   an1!, 'Mp&.'  Roy  Gray,   recently   returned  from  their honeymoon to live  at the Headlands in  the  Cochrane residence-  Over a hundred appreciative  people   enjoyed   a  very?>fine;  turkey ;,dinner~ in  the hall  at  Gibson ?Memorial United Church  Friday  evening  March TO.   It  was_ conducted:  by   the   Wo-  nien's1 Association.'.      y. y  Hospital   Thanks  Roberts   Ck.   Church  When St.  Aidan's Anglican  church  in   Roberts  Creek . celebrated     Thanksgiving     day *  .they   had   the   front   of   the  church b aia iked ?.with fruit. aaid;v v.  .vegdtablles ,vj&pom    the    local .  gardens- When they eon.cludeoV-  Ithe   service),  Ithey   boxed   thp....  produce and sent it up to St. .  Mary,s   Hospital    i;n?   Pender  Harbour- ;      . v   ? ^  A." D. A. Hjs.nkey, hospital /.  secretary, has sent alcnisg. the;.  thanks of the entire staff to  all those who' in any way contributed towards the fine land  generous collection of fruit  amid  vegetables. -  Are you  BUILDIN&?  We can supply men and  material for any job  Carpenters  Plumbers r  Electricians  Painters  ?v  Sechelt  Building Supplies  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 -W'  A third call," at 10:00 p.m.,     dangerous    to    passersby    retook    the    firefighters    to    a    turning from the movie-; They  bush fire on-the North Road.  A bush-clearing fire, allegedly  turned in the alarm.  The  crew  deserves  thanks  set by Dick Kenn.ett, appeared    for a busy day  "FLL MEET YOU AT THE CASTLE  IN THE HEART OF THE CITY."  MArine 8531  VANCOUVER, B.C.  AL. BLACK, Manager  750 Granville Street  Building Supplies  CEMENT  SAND  GRAVEL  ROOFING    ���   CHIMNEY BLOCKS  ...-.." ..-<anid-    ?     ...:'?".  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  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ���  .This advertisement is riot "published or displayed by the Liquor Control  Board "6r by the Government of British Columbia,,  School M^etingfs  Public meetings of all qualified voters in the following  Attendance Areas of District No. 46 (Sechelt) will be  held as shown below, to hear Trustees Report, to discuss  school business and to elect the required number of  Representatives.  ^v  Nelson Island  Egmont  Roberts Creek  Halfmoon Bay  Sechelt   "  Nelson Island School  Egmont School  Roberts Creek School  Oct. 19, 1  Oct. 19, 1  Oct. 20, tf  Oct. 20, 8  Oct, 21, 8  Oct. 22, 8  Halfmoon Bay School  Sechelt School  Irvines LandingCommunity Hall  Gambier Island Veterans* Memorial Hall Oct. 23, 8  Madeira Park Madeira Park Sup. Sch.Oct. 24j 8  Bowen Island Bowen Island School Oct. 23, 8  Gibsons School Hall Oct. 28, 8  p.m. ..  :30 p.m.  p.m.  p.m.  p.m.  p.m.  p.m.  p.m. ���"*_"..  p.m.  p.m.  The Board of School Trustees  School Board District No; 46 (Sechelt);

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