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 PRO    MC AL  UB:vARy  Provincial Library,  Victoria, B. C*  Phone your news or  orders to  ./���f  Sixth "Year of Publication    Thnrsday September 18, 1952 Vol. 6-^8?       Published in GIBSONS, B.C.    Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  UNESCO Radio Aids  jn  Education  Park Clearim  ernes  Gets Under Way     Enthusiasm to  St  Marathi women and children participate in a discussion period  ' following a radio broadcast in Boinbay. UNESCO Gift Coupons  mate possible such programs by finding interested donors from  Abroad to supply radio receivers. The Bombay project offers �����  Instruction in literacy, health, citizenship, handicrafts and many  ���ther aspects of social education. A social worker of the Bombay.'  ;      Committee for Social Education is shown leading the group talk.  Sechelt B ol T Plans  r ���  Aquatic Facilities  , Seciielt may blossom forth next year- as an aquatic centre.  A meeting of the ^cerd of Trade executive Sunday afternoon  looked over  plans for  swimming  whairves  and   diving  raits  and heard Jack Lugrin, president of the Vancouver Branch,  " Royal   Lifesaving   Society,   and   Tanya   Gordon   talk   about  swimming facilities.     .... ' *,  The story began when the   717 rz       -     ���".��� 'Z.XX.^,..  ��� Royal Lifesaving, Society ;^t.    J\% would send up.npnbers.  *d Sechelt^lasf month:Vput; l^m^ % T ^^|f��^f  Ilclger-Neilson method ;o��. resuscitation. They woul&vhelp  pleti the swimming area, v^  They would be interested in  putting on a display in Gibsons  on their way to Sechfelt/ they  lold ihe- Coast News.  on. a display. They di& a fine  ���'  job   of-demonstrating  swim---  ming, -lifesav'ing,  and.  diving  .' despite the fact there were no'  swimming facilities. They fell  in love with Sechelt and wanted  ,to  come back next year.  So,  Jack Lugrin and Tanya Gordon  came up to Sechelt over the  weekend to talk the locals into  providing  rafts  and  and  eh-  1   closed   space   for   swimmers.  (They, pointed   out   that   the  facilities  would  not  be  usled*  solely  for  their  one-day  dis-,  play; they would be used all  summer  by swimmers.  The meeting was held at  Wbnderland Camp, Wilson  Creek. Mrs. Carola Forst,  owner of the camp, had prepared a special spaghetti  supper for the group; anchjust  before supper the . meeting  broke up into a sing-song  group.  Prerfident Ernie J Pearson  felt1 that  since  the  park  site  Sunday moaning, saw fifteen  >echelters' out with saws and  axes to fell timbers on the road  cillowanoe around Haekett  Park, and on the playground  portion, of the park. Park  chairman Mickey Coe reports  good headway made;,-despite  the fact he had expected a  better turn-out.       '   '���:..  "The park", he sgys^ "is for  the people of Sechelt.and their  families. While the board of  trade is taking the leadership  in clearing the roadsiand the  park site, it is not a .board of  trade park. It is a community  park and the clearing should  be a> community effort".  Sechelt was offered the five  acre parcel of land? by Union  Estates, but^the deed'will not  be turned over until-a road is  put in and clearing of?: the park  is' commenced. Mickey Coe  hopes to get that much done  this  year. ���-.;;���  ,In order to help pay expenses,  the felled timbers &&'e being  cut into fire wood Avhich will  be sold. Anyone interested in  obtaining their winter's fuel  is asked to contact Mickey Coe.  When the trees are chopped  opt, volunteer labor?/? will go  in with bulldozers to^level the  roadway and park-site.  Shares are being sold to-help  finato-ce the improvement work  on the park. ���??; ,   X-.  Over Service  Col. George Paulin, president of Black Ball Femes Limited,,  told the Gibsons Board of Trade last Friday evening that the  area could look forward to unprecedented growth -next year and  the following year. He sjaid that hundreds of cans will funnel  through Gibsons from Port Mellon and from the Powell River  area when the Jervis Inlet ferry is running, thus causing  many problems which will have to be faced by the Gibsons  Board of. Trade.  As an example of the traffic  through Gibsons, h& cited the  ferry figures for Labor Day  of this year.  On Labor Day, alone, 1862  passengers were carried on the  Howie* Sound run., and 356  vehicles.  During thei three summer  months, the ferry Had carried  '319 ears with other than B.C,  licences. They had come seven  Canadian provinces, and 30*  states. These visitors came, he  said, in spite of the. fact that  the Black Ball advertising  campaign had just started.  He said that Leo Sweeney oJf  the Vancouver tourist bureau  had addressed a meeting of  the Vancouver Board of Trade  on the great potentialities of  the SiEichelt Peninsula as a  drawing card for tourists.  Col. Paulin took the opportunity to publicly thank James  Sinclair, MP, for all the work  he had put into assisting in  getting the ferry run started!  hem He also lauded Gordon  BaUenjtine. and George Frith  for their having pioneered the/  Fall Season. Opens  For Board of Trade  Before the first regular  meeting of the Gibsons Board  of Trade got underway last  Friday evening, Jack Marshall  was sworn in a** president1,  and Locke Knowles was sworn  in. as vice-president, by John  Coleridge. Gujests introduced  were Jamtes Sinclair, M.P. Col.  George Paulin, Gordon Porter,  Bert Scott of Vancouver, and  Alf F.ennell of Roberts Creek.  A letter from the Public  Works department in Victoria  stated that work on the Port  Mje lion road had been expedited, and they anticipated  it would be open for traffic  by the .end of this month. Rock  cut that had not been rieckoned  on had. delayed the work considerably, the letter said.  Attention was drawn to the  fact that garbage? was being  dumped along the roada of the  i Peninsula, especially at a picnic  vspptvin Ihe Mei��i^  Will Egmont Become  James Sinclair, MP, told the  Gibsons  Board  of  Trade  last  week:that the B.C. Telephone  would takei over the telephone  service on the Peninsula, probably before the end of the year ;  that  no   funds! had  b.&en   set  aside  this  year  for  work   on  ??thfe  breakwafeltit at Gibsons,  Word is; being passed 'from   ??feberts Creek, or Sechelt; and  mouth to mouth ?thi�� wJeek that - that unless the situation wors-  gold has been found iait Egmont.    ened, the Roberts Creek wharf  Rich gold, assaying $450 a ton!? ??^?otfld-  not   be   repaired   this  The; Qoast NeVirs-has heard the?   year.  rumour but  hasi.^eceived  no      -He  said the Roberts Cre-ek  confirmation. Ac|6rdihg to> one    wharf  approach had : been  an  logger,la bulldozer;? clearing a    experimental    project    which  logging road^bpened up aseam    had not  worked out. entirely -, PIj|  of ���high-grade ?^hich assayed v satisfactorily.  rjThe  big * rocks    |l��ll  $450 a ton in silver ?aM'goJd;    w,ere washing out, but he felt/  ^&��i  -MTt T.i....- ������_ ...v..,s-i--.   ��^at impairs  at  present.were.  Rbck. This brougfht up /the  question of garbage disposal  for the, village. Village clerk  R. Buriis stated that the com-  missionjeirs were studying the  garbage disposal problem, but  the lack of finances made the  problem difficult.  A-G Wants Briefs  On Liquor Inquiry  ?Miners, however,  are  to point outrthatf the assay may   'not; -?imp^rativ?e^ *Th|? wliarf  have been taken of samples! of    heafe/he   said,   was 4n   good  a, very haryowv searh. Surf ace    shape?^!/?       '  was now being cleared, it*was    work pnly-h|^^e^ breakwater   .projects  entirely    possible. that    some     and indiea^iohs? are .that> t^ the,  cedar trees would have to be *��� v��i^is a narrdw streak ^ the  employ  felled in the clearing suitable    in quartz. X'xZ   : /:���  for  floats.   The  Board   is  to        We hear that small claims  VStudy the possibility of usiing    are being staked.  .  some of these timbera for the ���     -Audi who knows!?, the dis-  purpose.      . covery may turn into something?   breakwater building postponed.  The group had discussed'the^    Hg..^e have everything, elise   ���    With regard to. the telephony  posfMity of nsihg Porjwise   ;t0 'hioakt  about .here   on"the  Biaty,  the- locals felt that, the  /Sechelt Peninsula: Why,not a  tide goes out too far to make,   <rbid mine?  mjent islack, ? but whjbn the  Korean war broke out, the  money allocated was switched  Jto  defiejn.ee   expenditure,  and  tor gopd vs.wimmju g, Orv  Moscrdpv several times, put in  a plug for Davis Bay.  The scheme is to put in  swimming floats and a diving;  stand for use throughout the  summer with the facilities t**:  sfytetem, he said that B.C,  Telephone had elected to take  over the Dominion government  telephone service throughout  the province, including the  Peninsula lines], but thait' at the  present time they were discussing price with the. federal  government.  The? government is putting  Attorney-General Bonner  Attorney General H. Rv  Bonner hla,s asked that organizations in the MacKenzie  riding1 prepare briefs immediately to be placed before the  Liquor Inquiry Board.  ( See Perries President)?    *  Former Student Here  Wins Big Promotion  Friends of Mr. and Mrs. "Ft  P. Paquette of Elphinstone  Road, Roberts Creek will be  interested to learn that their  son, Francis, has received an?  appointment as Master of  European Education in ther  British Colonial Services.' He  and his family left last weefe  on the first lap of a long;  journey that will take theiCJ  to   Northern Jihodesia.  Francis started his scholastic:  career in the small Elphinstone?  Bay school where, shortly before his father had been a:  member of the first building"  ;'bee". Later, Francis cycled  each day to Gibsons to: attend'*  high school for three years.-  Enrolment at the time was?  12 pupils.   *' s  He is a graduate of. the 1TBC  and was'credited with being:  one. of two * students miaMng:  the. highest mariks ira:  psychology.  'aw-  .  Deer Season  Opens September 20  Deer season, for bucks, ores*  n  *t\  PULP WORKERS  GET INCREASE Iff PAY  v Five : thousand v pulp ; and  paper workers in - KC, including  those at -Port Mellon,  be uised for ^a special rBo^rd? received? a raise of ten  cents    a higher prie'et on its equipment  of Trade day'ih 'Sechelt^ Al-^    an hoiiri iretroaetive to tTuly 1^   than the B.C. Telephone thinks  though^a$ pro-am-, has, -not yet:   last week. Theraisie is a result  been cohsidcred^there^is talk    of negptiatiohs  betw.ejetti  two  of having baseball gauges, the    AFL unions and-sJix?niajor pulp  aquatic display;by^theVR;?L?S.S.    aiid papjeir companies.  \New basic rate.of $1.50 hourly  Was won by the Workers as  ^ell  as a , h'env:   cost'of-living  I expect full publicity, by    one>ear^f <a^ opens Sati^  foilllowed  b^-,^  eveMng.-'' '������'. ]-^.X'Z ,-..-v'���:  Tlie  members^ (if ??iihe-? 1 ife-  it is' worth^'; hjei said. *VThe  telephone company has announced that much of the  governmehi equipment is out-.  dated and would hav^e to? be  scrapped."  He- felt that finajl transfer  the Committee of the manner  in which they desire representations to be given. ^Meanwhile,  if interested people or organizations can formulate their  views in written form, it would  be of assistance in expediting  ,the work of ^he Committee  when it is ready to proceed "'  ?>  !TO KINSMEN CONVENTION  ' Mike Landrey, president of  the; Gibsons Kinsmen Club  left?   yesterd&iy   morning   to  saving  group promise clause,   and    one.    additional .papers would be signed by the    attend the l^tional convention  assistance to��the Sechelt group*/   statutory holiday, ���;.      ' pnr! nf t'his vAar.. ��p Trin^m^.,  ;��  Utt��/>��n��a��.  end of this year..  of Kinsmen in  Vancouver.  day at dawn. Moo^ei sessois  also opens at Jhat time' in '"tltaE-  p 0 r t i on of^I the MacKeiizifr  Electorate District situate autE  lying-north of the 52nd paral-  leil of north latitude".  ; Accordin g to the gun-totiisr^  frate'rnity,* deer should fee'  plentiful .around the Halfmooc?  Bay and Pender Harbour areas1;.  Bag limit in the; area is twu  bucks, over one year of age���  The game department &**?&  theft, hunters don't become-  "trigger hanpy". It is always  possible to shoot at a cow, doe>  or a raan>���Unless you're sure- 2  The Coast News  Thursday September 18, 1952  Bite (Eoost Mettis  ire prevention  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. ��  Rates of Subscription: 12 mos. $2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign, $2.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45  Box 6, Gibsons. British Columbia.  C^dt  ilonaid  L  h other way io  Other towns in B.C. have road problems just as tough as  ours here on the Peninsula. Take, for one example, the appalling  condition of the highway from Prince Gcorgie to Prince Rupert"  all five hundred miles of it.  But, one thing we perhaps haven't thought about is this:  No other town in B.C. has to depend entirely <on travel in and  out of town on poor roads* as does Sechelt* While the road to  Prince Rupert may be poor, there is a furthfer choice of rail,  ship, or air to get there. "Lillooet has a railway; Merritt has a  railway line; Smithlers has a rail service and air service. And  so otn.  Since the'Jervis Express has been removed from the Sechelt  run, the town is dependent entirely'upon its road communication���or upon the costly method of chartering an aircraft to  land at Porpoise Bay.  Whether one travels in or out, by touring ear or by ambulance���there is no other way, save by road.  t Next Ml  By proclamation of the Governor General, the week of  October 5 to 11 has been designated Fire Prevention Week  in Canada. This coincides with  Fire Prevention Week in the  United  States.  Canada's fire losses in 1950,  the most recent year for which  complete statistics are available, ro^e to the unbelievable  total p(f $81,500,000 and 444  livies!  The tragedy of fire losses,  both of life and property, is  that most of them need never  have occurred. In recognition  of this truth and of the need  for drastic action to reduce fire  losses, the* residents' of the  S^che.rtr* PeninsuLa. are asked  tp get behind 'any fire prevention week activities which may  be held hem  Pioneers  To our desk has come an excerpt from an article by Samuel  Bronfma'n which is worth parsing on:  " ...while we pay tribute to the forerunners of Canadian  history���the pioneers who left their heritage to this generation���  we cannot but realize that this generation" itself. is"-chosen by  opportunity, and bound by duty, to constitute the pioneers: for  the generations yet to come-. For pioneering is not a static .thing,  done and accomplished: To us,.. toopjs .given,...tlie oceasiohvso. to  fashion and build, and defend our way of life, that our children  and our children's children 'maylook back upon the men'of this  age as the pioneers of the twentieth century.'' (?���  Oiir bigger job  Last week thle Gibsons* Ratepayers Association suggested  that the Coast News should carry the bi-weekly financial report  of the Gibsons village council. They wanted to know-how much  money wa's spent;, who received the money; what the com-  missionlers were doing about-water supply.  To" which our reply is that we endejavour to. publish news  that is or interest to all parts of the Peninsula.^ While the people  of Sechelt and Halfmoon Bay shouldbe interested in main points  of discussion in the water system, they are not interested in the  fact that the village clerk ordered six ��� three-inch nipples at a  cost of $7.20 plus tax. <  Our situation as far as a newspaper is concerned is probably  Unique. We isterve' three main centres, and all the in-between  centres, none of which are dependent on the-other.  If we can do a job of gtetting the three ?madn centres to cooperate in the things that affect ail of lis, then we are doing  a' job. ��� '  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the-Lienor Control  Board orby the Government ofBritish .Columbia  s  Editor, The Coast News.   -  Sir: -y) .. ���   . "'<  y   . -X  After   d ri v i n g   over   our  Sechelt ? Highway   twice    last  week I would like to write my  opinion  of this  thing we call  a road. We've been awaiting a  road  that  will  be  better;  all  we seem? to g'et is a road that  gets, worse and worse each year.  Ther/e' has  been   talk  of   a  road link with Powell River���  I say "talk" because that is  all they are doing. But if the  Sechelt highway isn't repaired,  in spots we will soon have to  be�� liinked  with  Gibsons  and  Vancouver again!  A jeep is almost. needed in  spots now.  Residents of Prender"Harbour  who travel by car are all of the  tiame' opinion.  The 'average, life of man is  very short, and for many of us  a great share of life has passed  us by. Those of us who have  spent a good part of our lives  on the Peninsula would like  to see, in our lifettime/ a good  payable road" to Vancouver  via Gibsons. ?  Mrs. O..Dubois,  Kleindale, B.C.;  NEW AIRCRAFT RADAR  A new aircraft radar that  can be used in commercial  aviation to "ma)p" terrain and .?  weather bbsitacles up to 200  miles? is now being produced  in the United States by the  Radio Corporation of America  for the Navy and Air Force.   .  e There is a common weed  growing in British Columbia  that might be worth $200 a  ton. In fact tlie ashes produced  by burning Vton of this weed  may be  exactly that amount.  The weed isKknown as the  horsetail v and is sometimes  known as the scouring rush,  or to be technical Equisetum  Arvense.   ?  The secret of its value lies  in' the faict^that when growing  in light s^dy soil with a?low  golld cogent it concentrate  the gold in its leaves; and stems.  When, thletee are ^he-atted and  burned the ashes from a ton  of them may yield as much as  six ounces of pure gold. Both  the stems . and the creieping  r o otsta Iks from which" tb e7  grow harbour gold. Some com-  mieircial mining companies are  toying with the idea1 of putting  the weted to work so thait it  may have commercial possi-  bilitiesi       "���    ?  If you find where the horser  tail grows you might be lucky  enough to reap a fortunes if  you go gardening for gold.  QANADZAN FOREST T^PES  In Canada there--are ^more  than 150 tree species, of wljich  31 are c o n?i f e r s> commohliy  called 'softwoods'. About two-  thirds of these softwoods ar?  of commercial importance. Of  the, large number of deciduous  or 'hardwood' species, Only  about ten pe;r centra re of any  great commercial value to the  forest industries. About_77 percent of the volume of Canada V  merchantable timber is made  up of softwood species.  Just imagine!  NEW NIGH FIDELITY  LP Records  , at j�� PRICE  Dont miss this amazing va!u��  These BRAND NEW high fidelity  LP quality recordings are now available at HALF THE COST off the  average - LP record. Backed; by our  UNCONDITIONAL: MONEY-BACK  .GUARANTEE.  AMAZINGLY LOW HHCES:  10 in. $1.99    12 in. $2.9$  S*nr C.O.D. (untoss pfvpaid).   Add We for  packing, shipping and  Iwamnmem  for first  record, 10c ��acfi additional record in uma  . shipment.  WM* Mtection of Popular Classics. Older  your favorite numb*?*, or send for cata-  legvcof complete sefactfoa LP and 45-KPM  recerdtafls. ACT NOW! BUY RECORDS RY  MAIL AND SAVE DOLLARS!  The RECORD LIBRARY  536 Seymour. St.    Vancouver 2, B.C.  : "LP" and 45-RPM SPECIALISTS  SECHEL1 fMOR TRANSPORT  Schedule Change  Effective September 29, 1952  3 Round Trips Daily to Vancouver  Leave Seciielt  6:00 a.mi  9:00 a.m.  2:45 p.m.  * 5:45 p.m..  Leave Gibsons  6:50 a.m.  9:50 a?m.   ,���    ,���,  3:50 p.m.  * 6:50 p.^i.  * Tuesday, Friday, Sunday, only  Leave Vancouver  7:30 a.m.  1:30 pJn.  4:30 pan.  * 9:3o p,m.  Arrive Sechelt  10:30 a.m.  4:30 p.m.  7:30 p.m:  * 10:30 p.m.  * Tuesday, Friday, Sunday, only  Leave   Garden   Bay   3:30 p.m.- Tuesday,   Friday,   Sunday,   only.  BANKING BY MAIL  SAVES    PARMER'S    TIMS  Nowadays, farmers are often  loo bus|y to sjpare time for  trips into town. Thai's why  m'am^ find : ith e ? B a) n k of  Montreal 'e�� " banlqing-by-mail''  service! paorticularly usefulT  They savel trrae; and trouMe  by having the postman dp their  banking for them;  Banking by mail is quick,  too. Deposits a'nd banking instructions received by the B  of M through thiei post, claim  immediate attention. Many a  farmer makes a ^practis^ jof  sending in his poultry orjive-  s;tock cheques for deposit in  hia savings account', along with  his passbook which the B of M  people mairk up and rieturn by  the following post.  If you find it inconvenient  to get into town during banking hours, write or call Mike  Iiaridre^   a c c o u h t a n t   of  Gibsons,; Sechelt, ^and Port  Mellon branch of the.Bank of  Montreal, telephone number 77.  He will gladly provide you  with full details about banking by mailL Oih'erwiset, you  might, drop into the, B of M  next time" you're in town and  pick up a' copy of the back's  leaf let about this useful, time-  Advt.  saving service.  r   COST ^  dtnt-fiiec  Cxc/usive  0UAL CHAMBER lUIINER  more heat from every     ���?  , drop of oil from lowest  to highest fire.  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FOR THE VERY  FINEST  HARDWARE  CHINA and DRYGOODS  GROCERIES >- DRUGS  PISHING SUPPLIES  HOME ESSENTIALS  M :-UjR lib G H |S  MARINE SUPPLY  .... Pei$er$Harbotir, ,/B.C.; H.  Photography Hints  ���%  64!  anes  n  Thursday September 18, 1952     The Coast News  or Amateur ..-tans...  There are four common types  of film on the market for roll  film cameras.  Most common black and  white film is called l' Ortho-  chromatic"���true to color.  When first marketed, it was.a  gjpfejat improvement. oVejr the  ',color blind" film of thie early  part of the century. For  instance, in using 'color blind'  film, a bright red barn looked  darker in the photograph than  dfid a* dark green evergreen  forest. Ortho film gave,a better  balance of color.  Common brands of Orthochro-  matic film are: Kodak Veri-  chrome, Anseo Plenachrome,  Qford Selochroine, etc. They  are practically insensitive to  rted light and are of little' use  rri the evening as the evening  sunlight contains a great,deal  of red light. They are veiry  4 * slow" under artificial light  which, incidentally, contains a  deal more red light than does  sfunlight. Under an amber light,  such aty those used in many  living rooms, Ortho film is very  "slow."  Next most common film is  Panchromatic: This is a black-  &nd'wihitei film, but givies a  far (better coor rendition or  color balance because it-is  more sfensit!iv.e' to !red light.  And, because!-it ki more sensitive to red light, it is "faster"  than Orthochromatic film. It  uses the full ligiit spectrum  including red light. It is useful for photography later in  the evening and is the best film  to use indoors under artificial  light; Well known brands are  Kodak Super XX, Anseo Super  Pan Press and Ilford Pan-  ������ chromatic,/  W?hile Pan film may be too  .sensitive to Tied, light, .it its  ???protJaMy^?t^  f ilj^tp^us.e,;as >it ''*gi$e& vt he,ext.ra  sensitivity necessary for taking  photographs on a dull day,  ���latet in the 'evening, or under  photofloods.  Also good for the box camera  is the color negative film under  the name Kodacolor. The nega-'  tivesr- from -this film show all  thei colors'' in direct reverse-.  That_ls, a blue' sky looks  orange; a r'ed sky looks green.  When the positives (or actual  photographs) are/made, _'thiey  are in correct color,_as seen  by?oureyes.       ?';       v   .  This fi!in is relatively new  iiv heiing improved upon. At  present the ccilors may- look  '' washed out'' .especially if. the  exposure is not good.  Best Color film on,the marked  is the color positive film. It is  too '*'slow'K for box^,. cameras,  reguiring a camera with at  least anvF6.3 lens>. Even with  the! F6.3: lens the photographer  is  limited   to  bright   sunlight  Somebody around Sechelt  ought to be brought up for  arson, 'even though- he hasn 't  set a fire! This ''somebody",  not thinking of the consequences, borrowed or stole a length  of hose from the Sechelt fire  truck while the truck was in  the fireball. To make matters  worse, he made the* loss ot*  hciie inobvious. He unwound  the; first length of. hose, uncoupled the second length, and  then put the first length back  on the reej. Had, the fire  brigade been called out to a  fire they'd have found the  centre   portion   of  their   hose  NEWCOMERS WELCOMED  AT BRIDGE PARTY  An evening of bridge was  enjoyed at the home of Mrs.  Lock Knowl)epi on Friday. The  occasion welcomed two recent  c om er s to Gibson' si���Mrs.  Gordon Porter from Brooks,  Albbrta, and Mrs. McDonald  from Tra/il. Top prize for the  bridgtei went to Mrs.. Brown;  Mrs. MeKibbin took home the  booby prize.  Others  present  were   Mrs.  Larson,   Mrs.   Morrisjhi,   Mrs.  Marshall,    Mrs.    Inglis,    Mrs.  Mrs.  Grant, Mrs.  Nutter,  and  Mrs. Rimfcg.  Are you  We can supply men and  material for any job  Carpenters  Plumbers  Electricians  Painters  Sechelt  Building Supplies  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ���  missing.  '* oi Stove '^^i  '   ^oi^vx^W^01   ~ Wllled- route J  B3STireoty S6Kedu^  -   irititf I*^** t0 Z^M  ��OME  Home Oil Distributors  Phone 30-M and 97 J  Sechelt,  Fire Chief Fred Mills wants  the hosie returned. The fire  brigade at Sechelt has had to  stage concerts and dances to  buy equipment for the use of  the area in fighting-fire, and  fhisi is a case ofsjomebody  having stolen from himself  and having endangered his own  life a��s well as the livens of others  and slow shutter speeds.  This film gives acblor transparency, just as( Technicolor  m the, movies. There; are two  main brands on safe in Canada:  .Kodachrome, which must be  stent to the Kodak plant in  Toronto for finishing, and the  Anseo color which may be  finished by an accredited  photofinisher.  T^he finished, pictures are on  celluloid film for projector  slidast bui prints and enlargements may be made from these.  HAVE YOU SEEN YOUR CREDIT  TREASURER LATELY?  KOLTERMAN SAWMILLS  HALFMOON   BAY  Lumber  Cut  to  Your  Specifications  ��� Phone Halfmoon Bay 7-Z���  ^fxaJnam   <r^/fmi7uLancs   ^zxuicz  Phone 60,  Gibsons, B.C.  2 New cars with all latest equipment at your  service 24 hours a day.  Trained nurse in attendance when needed.  Lowest possible rates  $4*|CX  V'  jyiany of our customers are youngsters���  thrift-minded and conscientious���who visit BNS    \  branch offices regularly to make savings deposits.  We've always tried to make a special effort to  serve these young Canadians -who are investing in their  own and Canada's future.  When your children start saving with BINS, it's the  beginning of a lifetime partnership. And you  will be surprised at how quickly this partnership" grows.  Not only does regular saving lead to a secure future, but  the simple banking principles learned are also of value.  Next time you visit the bank, bring the young  members of your family with you. Our staff will be glad  ; to greet them and help them start a savings account.  Your BNS Manager is a  good man to know. In  Squaittish and Woodfibre  he is M, O. Colwell.  ��� Your Partner in Helping Canada Gp&fr The Coast News     Thursday September 18, 1952  INVEST HOW IN  Tilt COAST NEWS  CLASSiREO  FOR SALE  Alder  wood,   $10.50  per   cord;   Fir  wood $11.50 per  cord, delivered.  E. McCartney.  R.R.  1.,  Gibsons,  Phone 20 L tfn.  Superb building lot-level-all cleared  5 minutes walk from P.O.���grand  view NO HILLS to climb. Excep.  tional value at $925. Many other  good lots from $175 up, on terms.  "Totem  Realty  Gibsons.  Six hens, $1.25 each;  Fishing rod,  Jamaica cane. English bakelite reel,  Nylon   line,   40   lb.,:   $5.00;    Cabin  wardrobe   trunk,   used   once,   half  price, $22.50; 4-drawer bureau, $6.00;  3   good   double   mattresses,   $3.00  each;   2   single   cot  springs,   $2.00  ��� each;    Treadle    sewing    machine,  ' $5.00; Ladies English bicycle, $19.50;  Viking battery radio, 6 tube, $16.50;  'Rogers mantle radio, electric, $6.50;  100 glass sealers, pints and quarts,  5 cents each; cups, mugs, saucers,  plates,   glasses,   knives,   forks,   etc.  . Commercial fishing gear and other  - things   too  numerous  to  mention  ';, tm view at the - cottage,vnMust be  sold as I am leaving the district. -  P. Williams, Brynmaur, Bay Road,  [Headlands.  y.y ' ��� -��� ���'  ^Soccer boots for the young fellow. . ���  Sport shoes of all kinds. If we  ^haven't a pair in stock we can get  .1. .them for you. MacLean's Shoes  ; (formerly  Anderson's)   Gibsons.  FOR SALE, reasonable, {Siberian  Black Seal fur coat, size 16. Also,  baby buggy. Phone Granthams 79L  Weaner and" feeder' pigs for sale.  Len Wray, Pender Harbour..  "Used Singer Sewing Machine, as  :new, with light and extra attach-  -ments $110.00. Also Seamstress-  : Sewing Machine in good order  .$45.00  Phone   Gibsons   102 W  WORK WANTED  .Spray and Brush Painting; also  paper hanging. jT Melhus. Phone  iGibsons 33. tfn  ; Dave Gregerson ��� Licenced Electrician. Madeira Park, Pender Har-  ������. feour. tfn  WATCH REPAIR ��� All types of  watches and jewelry repaired. Re_  liable, fast, efficient. Union General  Store, Sechelt. " tfn  PERSONAL STATIONERY  PROGRAMMES  RUBBER  STAMPS  etc. ^Apply Coast News.  WANTED  "Belle Tinker", black and white  kitten, gentle, intelligent, wants a  home. Apply Box 12, Coast News.  �����������'���   " ��� ' ��� " ��� ���!        1 IWI���IIHI    ��� - '.IMIII HI.      Ill    I ..   , i        ���   ������,  WANTED: Boy or girl, 15 years  or over for slicing and wrapping  frreadApprximate hours 7 to 9 pm.  Apply  Village Bakery  Sechelt,  49  0 '    " .'��� ,*J 7 '"'������ .   ' '    ���' ���-������������������--������������-._m    ��� i      �����  WANTED TO RENT  v.--.?' " ��� -���"[:yy '��� 'X "-y "��� ,;   ��� ���  WANTED to rent, with option to  buy if possible, a large house in  Oibsons. Apply Box 11, Coast News.  ���-::V?,V-' .^:-^,?-V?'--         '??;.,:.-,-���,." Z9  Sechelt  By ARIES  The Guild of St. Hilda's  held its first Fall meeting,  discussing the Fall tea to be  held in the Sechelt Inn next  month. A table of home cooking is expected as well as a  miscellaneous table sponsored  by the De Pencier evening  circle. /  Mrs. Beatrice Walls, standard bearer to the W.A.  Canadian Legion, Mission City,  and Mrs. Bain, were honored  guests of the WA at the reg-  uliar monthly meeting.  People    around    here    are  ��� becoming  a  bit  fed up  with.,  bears    breaking    down    fruit  trees,   cows   breaking   in  and  destroying gardens, and certain  unpleasant  dogte killing  cats.  The  first  we   can't   do   much  about;  the  second  should -be  fenced in on their own pastures,  the third should be kept under  control tat,all times.  Visiting is Mrs. A. Adams  and son Wilfred and a friend  from Germany. Also here for  a month is ?Mts. Jimmy Pope  of West Vancouver. Mrs. Beth  HasKamp is leaving to spend  the winter in Seattle.  Bill Riehter, a real old-  timer, says he will stay around  for a while to see how he likes  Church Services  ANGLICAN CHURCH  September 21, 1952  15th Sunday after Trinity  St.  Bartholomew's   Church  Gibsons  11.00 a.m.  Sunday School  11.00 a^m. ?M?orning  Prayer -  St. Hilda's Church ��� Sechelt.,  1.45 p.m. Evensong  1.45 p.m. Sunday School  St. Aidan's Church  Roberts Creek  2.00 p.m. Sunday School  3.15 p.m. Evensong  "PENTECOSTAL  TABERNACLE  Sunday Services:  9:45 a.m. Sunday,vSchpol  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   Sehool  EVangelisftic   Service  Tuesday 8 p.m.  'Roberts Creek  Sleryice Monday,  7:30   p.m."  UNITED CHURCH  Gibsons:  9.45 aim. Sunday  School  11.00 a.nu Public-Worship "  Roberts Creek:  2.00 p.m. Public Worship     ;  v   Selma Park:  3.30 p.m. Public Worship .  Port Mellon:  ���   7.30 Friday Evenings  "'"' An invitation is extended to  all who have ho other church  home. ..���-���--.  St. VINCENT'S MISSIONS  September 21, 1952  ���St.--Mary? ��� Gibsons ��� 9 a.m.  ?Holy Family -��� Sechelt  11 a.m.  Septeiiiber 28, 1952  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  V   9 a.m.  St? Mary.��������� Gibsons ^ 11 a.m.  it here?, Mrs. W.K. Berry is  in Boston Bar visiting her  daughter, Pat, and bpand new  grandson. Sorry to hear Nels  Nelson is agajihi in hospital.  ?Miss Gerry McKissock is in  Vancouver for a few days.  Mrrand Mrs. Ted Rainer of  Rockwood Lodge have gone to  BHubber Bay to . spend the  winter, closing down the lodge.  Mr. and Mr. W. Axam who  had the window cleaning  service in Sechelt, have settled  at Dawson Creek and like it  there.  m  smtm  At JrfaSfmoon Bay  According to the 'Vancouver  Sun', two cases of polio have  been reported- here on the  Sechelt Peninsula. A five-year  -^old boy and his infant sister  have been taken to Vancouver  suffering with the dread  disease, according to the n&ws  story. The disease, however,  is. on the wane all over B.C.,  and while we do wish a speedy  and full recovery to the two  youngsters, we expect no epidemic   on the  Peninsula.  $15a,000 has been loaned out by tha ROBERTS CREEK CREDIT  UNION since 1941.  L  Sucre Lumber Go. Ltd.  Saw Mill and Planar  North Road, Gibsons,        Phone 82  LUMBER EXCHANGED FOR LOGS  Bring us your own logs and exchange them for lumber  available immediately. You can thus use your own logs  to build or enlarge your house, barn, etc.  Forf10G0 feet of logs-scale,     500 feet of rough lumber  Further details from the SUCRE LUMBER Co. Ltd  Phone 82 and 68 S  Date_Pad  Sspt. 19 ��� Gibsons^ at Canadian  Legion Hall, monthly meeting of  Ladies Auxiliary Canadian Legion  109 at 8, p.m.^uU mjembershfp  attendance  would   be  appreciated.  Sept. 23 ��� Gibsons, at United  Church Hall, 8, p.m.���meeting of  Gibsons Garden Club. Annual distribution of bulbs to members.  Oct. 1, ��� Gibsons, in School Hall  ���Gibsons Badminton Club will be  starting. 8, pjn. Everybody welcome,  new, members cordially invited���  come on up���enjoy yourself���its  lots of fun���and healthy too:  Nov. 18 ��� Gibsons United Church  WA sale of work.  Each week we will feature a real  good buy ��� it will pay you to check  these as they  appear.   ....v.;....  TfflS WEEK'S'FEATURE BUY  IMAGINE  THIS.   A  really  cosy  comfortable home,  fully furnished,  two> large  bedrooms,   three' piece  bath,   lovely   view.    Pull   price     :  FURNISHED   .only   .$4725, '.terms j  $1500 down balance  $50 a month.  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PLEASE ALLOW 4 to  8 WEEKS FOR FIRST  COPIES OF MAGAZINES  TO  ARRIVE!  X Check magazines desired and enclose,with'coupon. .(  Gentlenien: I enclose $ ?.% . Please send me the offer oiieckad  )with a year's gutoscriptioo to your paper. ���  NAME    ���   w1 ��� M Fyr."    OlcC  JX.��Vc  \..........��������������������������������.�����........................-���������������.���.���������..  -. ��� ' '. v  POST  \j*Wiyi\sEd   ......................i Conflicting Reports on New Road  Hip Waders Heeded  A young lady who hiked  down from Port Mellon to  Hopkins Landing on Sunday  has been telling friends down  this way that the 5-mile hike  along what is supposed to be  th�� new road, is a tough one.  She said she was down to her  kneles in mud part" of the way.  It took her three hours to: hike  from the pulp town to Hopkins.  l The week before last, another  hiker claims he got lost along  what is to be v.: the .-road.- He'  told his friends that he doubted  the story that'ai jeep had traveled over the route.  r Both hikers are of the  opinion that w,e won't have  a. road "conniption this year,  maybe riot even next year!  Ferries President Ta  (Continued from page 1)  vsieirvice with small sturdy boats  which opened the way to the  the Maehigonne, and later to  introduction of the service by  thje commencement of the Black  Ball run.  Hej pointed out that the ferry  s6rvd.ce had already brought .  new problems to the Peninsula,  but he hinted that the impact  of the service was still light.  When th!erPow?ell River service  startsjhe pictured unprecedented    parking    problems,    and  said that h'e doubted if the  Peninsula would be able to  handle the tourist accommodation which would result from  the opening up ^ of the gulf  coast/  ��� Htei said that he felt it would  be necessary, in future, to hold  Ihe fishing. d'etrby in the "off  treason'', Rafter the vacation  season" -in"' order to' take care *  of ..-the influx of fishing en-  thusTastSf ���    -'���..- r   .   ..*. - Lv-  ;: His entire .talk, although  delivered in simple, sincere  manner, ..was aglow with enthusiasms. ���'���-'���"?"  ?The�� soil??here on the. Peninsula is eieeond to noniei, 'according to the d e?pa r't?m e n i of  agriculture m^ictoriaf for the  growing  of sin am ^fruits   and  vegetable's, b^ /told the Board  of Trade. With the ferry service'\  now/linking the farms withithe  Vancouvjejr markets, the farmer r  can -pick his produce ?early^ih'������"������'  the vmorniiig  and  have it" in  "vjaneoliver for early .clistribu-  tion tp  the retailer the; samel  day; ^ ���? .''/:���,: ���v?;"'?y;';v\," '������  ���While he had nosblution to  the traffic problems that would  arise, h|ei stated that the traffic -  situation would be serious, and  it should be given' some eon-  sideration noW, rather than  wait until thei impact of the  new service  is upon us.  He suggested, in closing that  the new service wa's  creating-  problems and new enthusiasm  for Gibsons SlechJ&Jt, Pendea:  Harbour, and the Powell River  area as well, and that the  boards of trades in these areas  should get' together to discuss  mutual problems and mutual  assistance.  "Powell River Board of  Trade is highly enthusiastic/'  he eaid, "We would do well to  ineludjer them in discussions  affecting the area".  LOGGING TRUCK  IN FREAK ACCIDENT  A loaded logging truck,  driven by Harry Walker, was  wrecked Tuesday when its  braikes failed to hold. Harry  Walker, who jumped clear  when the truck ran away, suffered a- dislocated ��� shoulder;;  but a passenger who remained  in,the truck was unhurt.'  Twenty cows generate enough  body heat to keep an average  fivprroom  house  comfortable,  according  to  Honeywell   farm  ,re_searcliers{  :...��*'.  i ii~ x.'i  SPECIAL  Tenderized Steak  Per lb.      72c  FRUITS   and  VEGETABLES  Bert's Meat  Ejvind Pedersen  Phone  Gibsons  62  Gibsons Theatre ��> Sechelt Theatre  Monday, 7  and 9  WHERE'S   CHARLEY?  Ray Bolger  Technicolor  Wednesday, 7 and 9  Jane Wyman  JOHNNY BELINDA  Friday,     7 and 9  ���Randolph. Scott  COLT 45  Technicolor  Saturday, 7 and 9  Ray Bolger  WHERE'S   CHARLEY?  Technicolor  Tuesday^ 7 and 9  Joel McCfrea;vYv��$n�� de Carlo  SAN   FRANCISCO   STORY  \  Thursday, 7 and 9  To be announced  Saturday, 7 and 9  Randolph Scott  COLT 45  Technicolor  Thursday September 18, 1952  The Coast News  Several! new cats', shovels,  and new equipment" have been  sent up to the Port Mellon road  recently. Several employees  have been laid-off and new men  taken on as Marwell Construction Compiany rushes the road  yards, a total of 1137 yards of  gravel moved in one day. On  to completion. .  On Tuesday,  175  loads   of  gravel were hauled, each load  containing      six-and_o"ne-half  the same* day, half a mile of  road was graded.  Reports say that the company ?  has one more bridge to build,  and two and a half miles of  road to complete, as the new  equipment takes hold of the  job with vigor.  Editor, The News,  In reply to Mr. Oviatt who  wrote to the Coast News two  weeks ago stating that he did  not expect the government to  listen to me on the subject of  roads for the Peninsula because  of the criticism leveled at  Social Credit by the CCF.  Mr. Oviatt said further that  it was a pity that I was not  a Social Creditor. Of course,  if I was I would not have won  the election.  " Tn June of this year we were  told, Vote ?Liberal and get the  roads fixed. Now it is a case  of Vote Social Credit and get  the roads fixed, (or at least  don't criticize them).  This    is   basically   immoral  thinking. It was just this kind  of thing that I campaigned  against. I believe that my  slogan "take roads out of  politics" was instrumental in  my election.  If Social Credit is going to  use its roads program to suppress it's critics it will go down  to defeat just as decisivly as  the Liberals have done. The  people of B.C. are fed up with  this kind of politics and justifiably so..  The government has not  turned a deaf ear to our plea,  for better roads but we were  deceived into thinking. that  new and better roads were  about to be built when that  was not the cape.  Tony Gargrave  Parker s Hardware  Sechelt, B.C.  Your hunting headquarters  Hunting licences sold here  RIFLES, SHOTGUNS, SHELLS  WILD BILL HICKOK  The fabulous stories of the most feared  and respected two-gun protector of Iawf  and order in pioneer days are now heard  on 'WX, with Guy Madison as Wild Bill,  and Andy Devine his bumbling sido-kickg  Jingles.  Dial 980 every Tuesday, Wed'  nesday and Friday at 5:00 p.m.  FIRST WITH THE NEWS  SPECIAL  OH  PERSONS IN ARREARS OF  PREMIUM PAYMENT  OR PERSONS  REGISTERED WITH B.C.H.I.S.  SUSPENSION OF ARREARS���Effective September 9, 1952, all  premium arrears for the years, 1949, 1950 and 1951 will be suspended. Persons who are delinquent or who have never registered,  can ^e-establish themselves with the Service by paying the current  , yearns premium (see rates below); They will become eligible for  b'-r ���!  full Hospital Insurance benefits fourteen days after making their  payment. Persons whose financial circumstances have prevented  them from paying their arrears will not be asked/ to do so. Persons  who can well afford to pay their arrears will be required to do so*  ,. The current year's premium for persons with one or more  dependents is $40.50, made up of�� $21.Q0 for the period from  January 1/52 to June 30/52, and $19.50 for the period from July  . 3/52 to December 31/52 (this includes the recently-announced  premium reduction), which totals $40.50 for the full year's premium.  A single person's premium would amount to $28.50 for the year  .. 193%:,"' ������"  Persons taking advantage of this arrears suspension to reestablish themselves should attach to their cheque their last billing  notice, or quote their registration number. If they have never  registered before, the Service should be so advised.  Special instructions will be issued immediately to all employer ��  regarding the suspension of arrears for registrants making premium  payment through payroll deduction.  THE BC HOSPITAL INSURANCE SERVICE  BOON.  ERIC  MARTIN,  Minister  L.F.  DETWXLLER,  Commissioner The Coast News Thursday September 18, 1952  irrears   Gower  o Be Suspended     Gleanings  By GYPSY TOWERS  The Indian summer keeping  them coming to thiei Point.  Mrs. Thomas Bingham .enjoying the relaxing atmosphere  at Stronlochie after her hectic  summer and spring schedule!  of dance coa'ching. Just to keep  her in form Mr. and Mrs.  William Bow opening their  doors to the neighbors and inviting them to participate in  a recreational Scotch Hop and  catch up on a few of the latest  dances.  Glad to w/eilcome back Mrs.  A.B.B. Hill. Miss Dorothy  Mars-ton of "'Vancouver' week"  ending with the J.D. Smith's.  Mr. and Mrs. Baker of Gibsons  spending the day with Mr. and  Mrs. Jamies Beaton. Mr. and  Mrs. Jules Mainil showing their  house guest from Saskatchewan  the beauties" of Gower a'nd the  Peninsula.  Mr. Alex Hamilton returning  to the City with Mr. and Mrs.  i Ernest Rea, saying goodbye  for another year. Mr. James  Sinclair, Sr. to Vancouver to  attend the funeral of his old  friend and well known contractor Mr. Thomas, Logie.  Norman Wilson is in to  Shaughnessy Hospital. Mrs.  Bill ?Dawso,n in to Vancouver  for treatment and a check up.  Mrs. Freda Jordon tinder  doctor's- care at her summer  cottage. We wish them all a  speedy recovery.  HOUSING LOANS  TO BE SOUGHT BY B OF T  John Coleridge, Gibsons real  fe4&!te  man,   appealed  to  the  Board  of Trade to back him  in   his  one-man   campaign   of  trying   to   interest   mortgage  companiesiJn^the ^Peninsula.  He'said that ftjjr had^had inter-  views  with  several  managers  a of large   companies  but  they  all felt., the Sechelt Peninsula  "is--too. far from Vancouver".  He said that the growth of  the  Peninsula, depended  to   a  large extent on obtaining loans  for new housing and-business  premises.   .  ;  It takes two years to get a  fighter plane from the design  to  pi'odtaction   stage   y  shoo! Enrolment  Hon. Eric Martin, Minister  Of Hefelth and Welfare, announced thajtthe Provincial  Governmjejnt will suspend  arrears of persons delinquent  in payment of their premiums  for British Columbia Hospital  Insurance Service during 1949  to 1951 inclusive or who have  not registered with ?B.C.H.I.S.  ?Mr Martin said this is a suspension and not a cancellation  of arrears. ' ^Persons in this  category can nerestablish themselves with the B..C.H.I.S. by  paying the premium for the  present year and after the two-  week waiting period they will  then become jejligible for full  horip4ta(l insurance benefits,"  h'ei said.  In a press release. September  '9th, Mr. Martin pointed out  that persons who cannot pay  (their arrears duei to low incomes, will not be askeid to do  ���so,. He sifiid the Government  $eels that somje> persons may  be "staying out of the plan  because they are unable to pay~  the large arrears- which they  have accumulated over the  past three! years.  "HoWeyer, it should be* noted  itjhiat the Hospital Insurance  Service will, through certain  of the procedures provided  by the Act, continue to collect  premium arrears for 1949, 1950  and 1951 from those persons  who can we'll afford to pay,"  the Minister of Health and  Welfare, said.  Mr. Martin noted this would  hh  aecompl.isJie)d  by  making  a/rr&ligemenits  for  instalment  payments if necessary, in. accordance   with   their   means..  The    main    consideration    in  bringing this policy into effect  is  to  allow   thos.e   persons  presently   in   default   to   reestablish themselves -with  the1  service.  They would thereby become  /eligible for the full range of c  the all-inclusive hospitalization  benefits afforded under "the  lAct, he said. "It should be  noted that approximately 90  per cent of the"'total premiums  for this three year period have  been collected. .  The domestic sparrow was  brought to Canada from the  <ftd world in the year 1864.  ow stanns a  971  School' statie^icfe from the  school board office show that  the, school population of the  area has jumped from 928 at  the middle of September last  year, to-a new high of 971 this  year. s  Tied for top place in school  population arei Gibsons Landing  Elementary School -with 226  pupils and Elphinstone Junior-  Senior High, also with 226.  Number of students in other  schools are as follows: Sechelt  Elemeintaryj 136; 'Madeira!  Park Superior, 148; Bowen  Island," 24; Britain* R iver, 10;  Deserted Bay, 11; Egmont, 41;  HaUfmobri Bay, 14!; Irvines;  Lapidting, 18; ?Nelson Island,  12; Port Mellon. 42; Roberts  Cneek^ 51; and Vancouver  Bay, 12;  In 1941,. fvhe school population of school district 46 was  only 641. Latest figures therefore, show a fifty percent  increase "bjtfer the past six  years. ,  The green timbers of Canada,  produce a billion dollars a year  for pay envelopes. They -represent ��� Canada's biggest paymaster. Keep them free from  fire for there's never a pay  day in a flame-swept timber-  land.  110 Hlflf YOURNEIGHBORHOOD?  Every uninsulated house leaks heat  r���through the walls, but most of air  ���through the ceiling. As'muck as 50%  of your fuel supply-can be wasted in  this: way/ -v:--,- j  Why   hot   stop   such   tremendous  heat  loss by insulating your  home,  with   Zonolite���the   finest   insulation  money can-buy?   Zonolite-is not ex-"  pensive to buy or install.   In fact; you  can easily install it; yourself���in your  attic���in just a few hours time.     .  ;i  The    sooner-   you    insulate,    the  quicker Zonolite begins  to  pay  for  itself in fuel savings.   Start' Zonoliting  - now.   We'll be glad to tell you how  to do it.  ���� 13" COOLER  IN SUMMER  ��� ROTPROOF  K> to 16% FUEt*  SAVING IN  WINTER  ALL-MINERAL ��� FIREPROOF ��� VERMINK.  (covers 26 sq. feet)  Supplies Ltd.  Telephone Gibsons 53������  MEN   AND   TREES  George Warrack hails from Aberdeen, Scotland. His first acquaintance  with Canada was as a trainee with the Fleet Air Arm, and in 1946 he  returned to British Columbia to live and work. He holds a Forestry Degree  from Aberdeen University. Married, with two girls, George���like many  l^f"^^^;^*^"^5 dependent on the? forests for his livelihood. His  job, as a sil viculturist, is to ensure a continuous harvest of forest products  i^perpetuity^Qn him and his fellow-workers depends future fee" crops"?  which, directly or indirectly, benefits YOU and every other citizen  of the Province.  Protects Your Prosperity  British Columbia Green  >*  f-632  *llPi  m$&  tllflf  fcl*^!  NOTICE  of  *Satl  Schedule Change  BLACK ��� BALL F|piE|  Schedule No. 3 ���cancelling Schedule No. 2  Effective Sept 29, 1952  Subject to change without notice  5     Round  Trips  Daily     5  Ly. Gibsons Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:00 a.m.  10:00   a.m.  1:00 p.m.  4:00   p.m.  7:00 p.m.  8:30 a.m.  11:30 a.m.  2:50 p.m.?  5:30 p-.ro.  8:30 p.m.  Black Ball Ferries L-ty^  ���ryy.HORS|ESHOE BAY BOX  Pfcorie Whytecliff 3581  C-^X.. ~* '  :*-v       i  *��  M: *:~  ^y-y-X  &tv  ������:'��� --��������    /&  &:  . r-i-- ��� ���-.:.-; :;���  ->.- - -���  fc:?W.  m.  ;���*��  ���~Mi&  C��> ;  ':'��&' f-:-*  ra��  ���."J.V*_->.  ���sfSfe  -:-- -A->il.v:  v.'Z'-yif ���'.-  ^CW-tctit/Wtti  .yy-yy*  ���Svj^: ���? ?,?./-.;'.;? ?j^^: VB-r i t i sth -��Co J ij m?IMar;:;f^p.r;e:^t: *?4S:er v?ie^ '^^v^?- ??:���; ? v V-.? ?;.; v V LET US  BUILD YOUR  SUMMER  HOME  We can clear your lot and build your summer  home at a moderate price.  Gibsons 7-U  Business and Professional  - ��� - ' �����  DIRECTORY  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  APPLIANCES  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS v  Agents for  RCA Victor Records  Columbia Recards  Frigidaire Ranges and  Refrigerators  v.Beatty Pumps and  Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ��� Phone Gibsons 32  ���I-:  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,   beet  bottles,Vscrap metal, etc.  Calls  made   at  intervals   from  Hopkins to Irvine's Landing  " 3fc H: STROSHEIN  Wilsen Creek.  ���LEANER%  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners for the Sechelt    ~  V        Peninsula.  "���Phones ���  (jlbsuns 100 ��� Sechelt 45 J *  ELECTRICAL WORK  Home and Industrial r Wiring  Electrical Heating  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone 45  Appliances  ��� .Fixtures  ���  Radios  Member   Electrical   Heating   Ass'n.  Washing Machines  FLORIST  Flowers  for' all occasions.  We" are- agents for large  Vancouver florists.  Fast service for weddings  ' ���      and funerals.  - JACK MAYNE  Phone Sechelt 24 or write  P.O. Box 28.  GIFT STORE  Headquarters  for  Wool,  Lotions ��� Cards ��� Toys  "~ Miscellaneous  Gifts  GIBSONS 5-10rl5 STORE  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, ��� B. C.  SECHELT CARTAGE  M:  HEMSTREET  Sawdust ��� Wood ��� Coal  Wte haul anything, anywhere,  anytime  Phone Sechelt S7H       Sechelt, B.C.  HARDWARE  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE ,  Phone 33 ��� Gibsons- B/C.:  Builders' Hardware  Paint ��� Plumbing';"  ��� Appliances- ���  Completej Installation  Maintenance Service .  DELIVERIES  "   TGvAXL POINTS  KINDERGARTEN  STRATFORD  KINDERGARTEN  XyX'-X,:.:: ...? at   ' '.- ..  STRATFORD   CAMPSITE  Roberts Creek  Residential and  Day Pupils  v    Opens September 15th  H. Galliford ��� R.lt. 1, Gibsons  Phone 22 A  GIBSONS  KINDERGARTEN  Reopening  Sept.  8,;?1952  Information ��� Miss W.M. New  or   Coast   News  Telephone from  Sept. 1.  Gibsons 64 S 4  MACHINISTS ~  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  Phone 54 ��� Res: 58  NOTARY, PUBLIC  0. JOHN COLERIDGE  ���   Gibsons ��� "  Office 37 Res. 116 W  OIL BURNERS  1 C & S OIL BURNERS  SALES  and  SERVICE  W.   Swain D.  Currie  Ranges,   Furnaces,   Chimneys  Cleaned  used ranges for sale  AUTHORIZED KEMAC  DEALERS  ��� Sechelt 74 ���  PLUMBING  Plumbing and Electrical  Supplies ��� Fixtures  Service  SECHELT BUILDING  SUPPtlES  RADIO  Sechelt Radio & Electrical  Appliance Service  Radio and Refrigeration Repairs.  W. G. FORTT  Telephone Sechelt 25 J  REAL ESTATE and  INSURANCE  JOHN COLERIDGE  AGENCIES  Gibsons   and   District's   Only  Full  - Time Real Estate and Insurance  -      Office* Sinctf 1948.  Phone dibsons 37  SECOND HAND STORE  Hardware ��� China  Tools-��� Furniture  Household Equipment  ^Magazine ��� Books    ^  'WE BUY   TRADE ��� SELL  . PENINSULA SECOND  HA|TC> STORE  .Phone Gibsons 9flT  TYPEWRITERS  School Mews  tntamaaKmaatmnmsmmammtm^mtammmaaatfmmtmmtsavk.  Xhy LSla Farnham  PUPIL DISTRIBUTION  The school, year opemed  bringing students in-from Port  Mellon to Pender Harbour.  NEW STUDENTS  Grade 12 John Marsh.  Grade 11, Sally Reid, Edna  Morrison, Bterv Kamej, Allan  NoutiOj Alice Bikadi.  Gra'de 10, Helen Gary, Roger  Johnson, Ronald Johnson, Ebba  Kline, ?M?arilyn Turner, Doreen  Loclmer.  Grade 9, Yvonne Gary,  iDomeid McDoneldi, George*  W i 1 si o n, Danny Berchnac,  .Marianne Carruthers, Diane  Harris, Francis Liem, Kerstin  Lien, Annette Marle<a,u, Vernon  Mcltenzie^ . Pal Peterson and  Shirley  Samuelson.  Grade 8, Karen Madsen.  Grade 7. The grade sevens  came from Gibsons Elementary, Roberts Creek ahd Sechelt  schools.  CLUBS  This year various clubs are  being organized by the, teachers. They are Publicity Club,  which consists df three individual! clubs���Newspaper, Yearbook and fCreajtfivje/. Writing.  thes,e clubs are organized by  Mrs. A, Vijefcch jand Mr. L.  Peterson.  Colle^iO"^ Club,, by Mr. J.  Clark, a' new member of the  staff. Drama Club, by Mrs. B.  Rankin <apid   ?Mr. .Gpo^tjrefy  Shopf jHobiby Clulf by Mr.  Peers, and Art Club by Mrs.  Day.  STUDEiNTS COUNCIL  Nominations are-flow beiing  talken for (the newv Students  Council. The elections will be  held en-Friday, Seipjjember: 19.  The President is tovbe chosen  from grarle 12, the:;Jice' presi-  " ^ent from grade llf^Phe" treasurer and secretary are to be  students ,with ;a commercial  education. ' ,j  HOUSES   ..     ������;,_��� t-^v  The school houses^ will be  thiei inaxne as last yearf^The new  ptipils wiLl be distributed  among the existing houses.  NEW CAFE %Z  The Ridgeway zsf:-aow the  centre of attraction ;-at lunch  time>.;    ''��� - '��� --'-      ���   '*���   .. -v, ������  DRIVE WAY  A" semi circle driveway is  being^laidiijOeinent walks will  be built from the East to the  West ��� Entrances to it.���  Thursday September 18, 1952 The Cpajiit News  Cook's Corner  Dessert Coffee Cane '  y."-~  Typewriter Sales and Service  Remington  Rand  Agent  48-hour service  Colin Wingrave      Granth.79L  This coffee cake h$s a spicy  ' date-nut^ filling.   Serve it  hot  from the oven plain or >vith a  pat of butterV??!?'  Y2 fcup shortening   ���  Y2 cup .sugar  -  y2 teaspoon? vanilla   -  i egg- 'r:x:,..      :i  1Y2 cups; enriched flour  y2 teiaspoon salt  V/2 teaspoons baking^ powder  1/2 cup milk. ?; '  Cfmm shortening, sugar and  vanilla .well together. Add egg  and beat well. Add sifted dry  ingredients alternately with'  the milk.?Spread half the batter into a greased 8-inch square  pan. Cover with Date Pilling.  Add remaining butter and  bake at350 degrees for 45  minutes; Top with chopped  walnuts.    . ^  Date? Filling: Combine V2  cup brown sugar, 1 rbsp. flour,  1 tbsp. cinnamon, ?1,4 cup melted butter or margarine, y�� cup  chopped ^walnutvS and *4 cup  chopped?; dates.        ^  Canadian Diplomats or consular missions are now established in 37 countries. Fifty-  six countries, maintain, repre-  sentaton in Canada.  KLEINDALE PARENTS  PROTEST SPEEDERS  This week's, meeting of the  Kdjeindale PTfA .condemned  motorists who speed past the  school at Madeira Park. Members reported that considerable  sp'eiejdmg has been spotted  despite the 15 m.p.h. signs on  the edge of the road. The  membership moved to report  all drivers, exceeding 15 m.p.h.  to the police office at Sechelt.  The new sfchool staff is  keiewly interested in the traffic  problem past the school.  Wm.  McFADDEN  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Every day except Thurs.  Why go to Vancouver for  Ootieal Service?  "?��?&& j4*iy ~72sne< /  This advertisement is not published Of  displayed by the Liquor Control Board or  by the  Government of British Columbia**  Winners of this weeks  4 Theatre Tickets  George Elander, R.R.I. Gibsons.  E. MacParlane, Sechelt.  THE COAST NEWS  ^"N=-   -s��-  UFO''Water on Tap  "Water   on  Tap'?  a DURO PUMP-  With  from  ING SYSTEM . . . your  whole family will enjoy  all the comforts and con-  # -  veniences     of    modern  3ivin&- ^>mim&&��['- '*\  A DURO PUMPING  SYSTEM will, at the  turn of a tap, provide all  the fresh clears water  needed for Kitchen . . .  Bathroom ... Laundry ... Dairy Barn  . . . Milk House . . .  Poultry Pens . . . Feed Lot  . . . Lawns and Gardens . . .  BESIDES you have FIRE  PROTECTION for your  buildings. ^  EMCO FIXTURES  AND FITTINGS  Phone or visit us today for  DURO. Pumps and EMCO  Plumbing Fixtures and Fittings. Write for illustrated  folder.  Qi;B?iry  fMBo  BRASrMJOQS  MARSHALL'S  Plumbing ��� Heating ��� Supplies  v.     GIBSONS ��� Phone 64 - S  EMPIRE BRASS MFG. CO. LIMITED  londoR ��� Hamilton - St. Catharines 'Toronto ��� Sudbury - Winnipeg ��� Vancwivee 8,  The Coast News  Thursday September 18, 1952 'fv1 ��� s����w-^���f-;y..?.,.!n*.w-   ���  ������-        i'   , ��'xA .. *     ' ��   ^"S-vg ���������  Don't Say Bread  Say  "McGAVIN'S"  Norman Stewart  Local Sales Rep.  R.R. 1, GIBSONS  Phone! Gib. 20-A  Transportation Specials  40 INTERNATIONAL     y2 ton pickup       $495.00  41 DODGE coach $495.00  37 CHEVROLET sedan $275.00  36 PONTIAC ~ sedan $295)00  36 STUDEBAKER sedan $  95.00  And* many more cars on our Sales Lot  ALL CARS LICENSED  Gibsons Car Sales  Ross Roth  Phone Gibsons 102 W  SIMPSON Insulating BOARD  Quality since 1895  for your walls  CEILING  TILES  :*.. -'  ���������*' <. -  'They insulate as they build as they decorate'  AT  ONE   LOW   COST  4X8X3/8 panels ��niy     $2i����  .16X16 tiles per sq. ffe I2tf  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  Phone Sechelt 60  Z _:  Ti  ires  Batteries  ���.������������   * ���  Anti - Freeze  Trade in your present tires on  new Dunlop Tires or Nobbiest  Liberal trade-in allowance for  you* old tires. ~  Trade in your old battery for"  a new G.M. Battery to assure  quick starting now that cooler  days are here...ZxZ:   'ZZZX'-  ���-���'.' ���     .x.'-"..Zy\.y yX.'Z. ZZ'yZ.  We have ^plenty of? Ethjrtene-  Glycol baste ^tif^eeze^ this^is  the permanent type antifreeze.  Peninsula Motor Products Ltd:  v- "jhe name that ?means a good-deal.-'       y ' ,  ..-'.'    ..':.       .    ��� ���':���-.  ���'���   .���'.'.'--      VV   ..;.;.   ���;   ,���   :.���������*>' r, ���,.-'";' 'V- ���  Your Penin^b General Motor Dealers  ���':'...��� :   . ���'".,'���.���   .   .':        ,���'���.".' j '���"     '.;���������,'���':.'.':...���'...������ ��� r.'.r'rf*'   '-       ���'" ."'--'  PHONE WILSON   CRE^  ������^Hifcp*  3.C. CREDIT "UNIONS have loaned out! $38,000,000 since their  beginning about,?!? years^ago. :,      >^     v v     ?- ;  B*^**"  3ft.  B^s  Bowling is good sport ���  and good for yon.  Make up a team ���    ���.  get in a league.  li^  Contact Frank Yates today,  Sechelt 92 R  ^���j��r                               I  W&BSrf  Sechelt Bowling Alley  Jane "Wyman sttars in the  entertaining drama, "Johnny  Belinda'? at the Gibsons Theatre  next '���  :  Pensioners Asked  Billing Assistance  Some doctors and druggists  are having difficulty collecting  their aceounte from the department of health a|nd welfare  for government assistance  eiajsesp because recipients of  medical aid have not included  their medical identity on the  records. 'All those receiving  old age pensions, social assist  a-nce, mother's allowance, and  bland pensions are asked that  when Visiting the doctor or  druggist Hhey should present  their identity number which  appears in the top* right-hiaoid  corner of- the medical card. If  the number is not recorded  by the druggist or doctor, he  haj a jibb collecting as the  department of health and welfare in Victoria finds it impossible to identify the account.  Cows Cause of  Cars: Careening  Cows on the highway near  the -.School Road at Sechelt  were the cause of a near-fatal  accident when a car driven by  Marion Walker overturned to  avoid striking the trespassers.  In another accident, tat car  driven by Jojin Bunyan of  " Gibsons dented its grill when  it hit a cow.  Coast News reporter,  Margaret Allen of West Sechelt,  reports several gardens having  freen ruined by cows trampling  them, Mx. and Mrs. ?MLyers  will find'their garden ruined  ���when they return from Vancouver; Mrs E> Redman lost  all her winter cabbages.  Av garden in the Porpoise \  Bay area.*-is also reported^to  ruined by the cows.,  Baptism Service At  St. Aidans Church  Following communion service  at St. Aidant Church, Roberts  Creek last Sunday, an interesting: event took  place  in  the  baptism  of Dianne Elizabeth,  Jhree months old daughter of  Mr. and Mr. Norman D. Heaslip  of Victoria;-Sponsors were Mr.  and  Mrs.  Dave  Biakewell of  Vancouver? Rev. C.R. Harbord .  ^officiated.  In the afternoon a reception  Was held at the home of the;  grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F.  W. Downes where a pleasant  hour was $pent in the gardenr  TKe young people left for their  home: in Victoria' on Monday.  The 19512 Salmon "Pack to  daite is approximately 1,300,000  cases. This is1 made up of  700,000 eases' of pinks,' 450,000  cases of socKeye, with the  balance in  eohoe and  chums.  Loggers  See us for:  TIRES, BATTERIES,  BRAKE Umm$  .y   '      . y. r. ���' 'V ���.    "���.  ���������       .        .  ��� ���  Making chokers and cat lines a specialty  If we can't sell for less than you are now paying,  we won't request your business!  Chuck's Motors & W&ding  ��� Phone Sechelt 54-W -^-     r  H\\WMK  \sr^  -���f  Rinso Oxydol Lux Tide  each    ^-77^  Meat  Round. Steak  Empire Bacon  ��� SATURDAY ONLY ~-  choice red brand  V2S X '  lb.  cello  84^  22^  Drygoods  Men's Nylon TOUGHIE sicks  "Plain ��� Clocking ��� Diamond     $1:00 up.  UNION RED AND WHITE STORE  Union General Store  Phone Sechelt 18  -i, -��-. *t*t ��^-  I  You'll be surprised how much better ytour furniture,  walls and interior surfaces will look with the  easy-to-use, long wearing  ���*��>.  Bapco Pure Paints  \    and interior finishes including'the new  Swing Satin  r    < ?.  rubberized- semi-gloss wall paint in the ever popular  'HOUSE AND  GARDEN" colors.  -KWOWL^^S^S^HHARDWA^  Phone S3  Gibsons, > B. C.


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