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 PROVING  LIBRARY  VICTOR?  ...- *- V  Provinslai  Library,  Victoria,   S.   C.  Phone your news or  orders to  Gibsons 45 W  Sixth Year of Publication Thursday November  13,  1952 *oI. 6 -4SL-      Published in GIBSONS, B.C.     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  I7JV. Assembly President Opens Meeting  '}.  Lester B. Pearson of Canada, President of the seventh U.N. General Assembly, presides over the first session held in its new home  at U.N. Headquarters in New York. Mr. Pearson (center) is shown  at the podium m the plenary hall with United Nations Secretary-  General Trygve Lie (left) and Mr. Lie's Executive Assistant,  Andrew W, Cordier  (right)  before the opening of a, meeting.  B of T To Svomor  KT6t many realise just how .fortunate we areto have  a real honest to goodness fire truck -��� not many small communities are this, fortunate- .  Now a good well equipped fire truck, without well  trained firemen to handle it and the fire, would not be worth  much. We indeed should be not only happy but very appreciative of the fact that we have both.��� at youij, service  night aind day ��� Winter or Summer, AND FREE- "  Thesesame laddies have raised the money this year to  secure a resuscitator, invaluable iitJife^savingf or, accidents-  Never*'do they' hesitate (it may "be ycur home-next) the  minute the, siren blows they come a flying, and they are  mighty efficient. <  The/(*ibsons_;Bo.a;rd of Trade, at the suggestion of C.P.  Ballen1fci?ie^is^spolnsonng-a drive for funds through their'  committee of OP. Ballentine and H.E,. Wilso-nt, for funds for  " a real banquet for 1he firemen and their wives or sweethearts^ vAny!;surplus, funds are, to be- used to purchase  equipment for the ?Piremen's Club- This appreciation banquet is the least we can do 'to show our appreciation of .  their excel!eiit efforts. The committee has mailed an appeal  to, all residents of the area and it is hoped that there will  , be a^generons response for this very worthy cause Contributions to be made at Totem Realty where receijits will be  ���'-���-��� ��� y '.' ..    ���.,.'"���       ��� ��� ��������� �� ������ . .    . its.    ���  ���  .,. issued. ��� ��� ������ ���,��������� ���  Sechelt Legion  The Annual, Remembrance  Diaiy Dinner was held in the  Legion Hall ���'' by" the .Sechelt  .Legion Branch 140, and thei  Ladies Auxiliary?? About fifty  guests were,; gatherejd-to^yehew  old times, They eh joyed - ah  excellent dinner,i pleasantly  served- ( (    ���       .  Tables were beautifully  decorated . with ' Mums' in all  their lovely colors.     T_ . ,  Mrs Florence 'Turner gave.  the~iatddress of welcome, which  wds responded to by the Legion  Branch President, Captain A.  Johnson. Pastor Ellott asked  the blessing-  Music during the evening  was presented by Mr. C Lucken  and Mrs- T. Turner. Mr. Reg  Henton gave a display of magic  which was enjoyed by all.  NEW   ARRANGEMENTS  MADE FOR VON CALLS  Arrangments have been  made in Sechelt that calls for  the VON Nurse, between Tuesdays and Fridays, aire to be left  at Langs Drug Store, Sechelt,  between the hours of 9:30 a.m.  and 5 p-m After these hours*  and on Saturdays and Sundays  calls will be "taken at the  Nurses -residence, at Sechelt,  phone.6&W.: ?M?p.ri*day calls will  be -"taken between 9:00 a'.m.  and 5 ;p.m- at��Sechelt 62 W-  Cal'Is from 'the Gibsons Area -  which  are .'n��t urorent-mav. be  left at the School Board Office  Garbage Worries  Alleviated Soon  A new and much needed  business is about to start in  Gibsons- Word has been* reeeiv-  . cd ; from Mr. Gordon Mooney  that fa? g arr ba gje collection  service will be started in the  first week 4>f the New Year,  which will include the territories-of Gibsons, Granthams  Landing, Hopkins ?Landing and  surrounding 6jreas. Further  information on this venture  will be available shortly, but  so far, the plan is to collect  from homes weekly, and from-  busin/ess places three times  weekly, in areas where routes,  are  established-  This enterprise -.should, be  one much appreciated by the  whole Community. ??;  SECHELT FIREMEN^  TO SPONSOR DANCE  *: ��� Z *��� \ ' ���      -  The Sechelt Fire Department  i�� sponsoring a dance on Nov-  cmbei\.22nd, with a floor show  and all the trimmings-  * The funds from this affair  are to be devoted entirely to  a Christmas Party for the  children. With ? good public  response, they?hope'to be able  ���to do a reel" job of this.    ..'������:���'  The dance is to be held in  the Canadian Legion Hall*  Saturday, November 22, start-  inar at niote, o'clock- The Floor  Show will commence at 10:30  v.m' sham. and the Fireboys��  promise this will be good/  African Pictures  Entertain Group  On Saturday evening, Nov.  8tlF, Miss" Lade, froin Vancouver, entertained a.good crowd  in the Memorial Church,  Gibsom$, with a talk upon her  travels in Africa,;' while on  Exchange-Teacher .duty there-  She illustrated her talk with  five reels, of pictures she had  taken with her Molyie camera,  many of them in color-  The flower pictures were  particularly attractive, being  so strange and colorful. Of  interest too, were those of .the  native animals,, pai-tially wild,  taken in the Park;?*?*.  From Johannesburg," Miss  Lade had travelled through  South Africa, Southern Rhodesia, past the Victoria, Falls,  home through India and the  .Suez Canal- ;���:"  The audience was delighted  and expressed the|r appreciation: heartily-     -.y^,'  i ��� ��� ..yy '������' ������  Turkey Dinner  mister  Attenae<  M..P. for Coast-Capilano, addressed  Meeting  a  enthusiastic audience in the Legion IlaJl at Sechelt on  m-  the  the  the  Wei! Attended  ���' *       ���' ���������"^ .���  On November eleventh,  Gibsons Branch ;109, of  0?inadian Legion, with  Womenl's Auxiliary, jointly  -put on one of the;most successful* evening's ^entertainment  that has been enjoyed here for  many a moon,?;-?;;  The Turkey .^d&ner, with  which' the^eve^*^ b^an^vw^s  enjoyed by 6v?er i\fo,hundred  and fifty guests- The}' really  appreciated the good food and  the  cheery service.  Tthe eutertajinment afterwards was provocative of  gales of laughter and fun- A  fuTl a'ccounf of the activities  is promised  for next week.  Remembrance Day Service  Draws Crowd in Gibsons  The Remembrance Day Service was conducted' by the Rev-  H.U. Oswald of the St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Gibsons,  in the Legion Hall- fri spite of the b'ustery weather, the attendant  was by far the largest? that has ever gathered here for any Re-  membrance*4)ay Service- -  The  Legion  President, -Eric  Inglis, made his remarks brief,  and  to   the   point.   Their  gist  was the aim of the Legion to  .'Help   those   unable   to   help  themselves'-.  The, Rev. D. Rathjen, of the  Pehtacostal Tabernacle gave as  the -Scripture readin, Psaim  forty-six-  Inv the address by the Rev.  -.'Bevan,-. of the Gibson* Memorial  United Church, Mr. Bevan  reminisced-briefly on the First  Great Wan*, then spoke of the  Value;bf?Prayer- He.suggested  that vthouglK,,���all the ciVlized  world "prayed for-peace; if that  prayer* wasvsuddenly?? granted,  ^how unready we would all be*  '" hecaiise of oui* unpreparedness  for Peace. He s t r es s e d the  presence of God, and His Helpfulness, ia vspite of the fact  that He. is not the maker of  this world's troubles.  Mr. Oswald gave the Bene-  diction-vvThe; sitiisring?.- of ' * God  Save vth e Queeii!''  closed  the  ' :service."?' ������  Z:X "' :  . IVfcJv Connor invited all  Veteranis.^ husbands, and wives,  and the-Brownies to attend the  eleven:-o'clock service in the  Ain^licaiij Church, Sunday November sixteenth-  The Hon James Sinclair  verv  Thursday, November sixth. The meeting, under the auspices of  the Sechelt Liberal. A.ssociatioai, was well' attended. Chairman  Captain A. Johnson; was his customary capable self.  Sinclair had addressed the  local constituents since his  appointment to the Ministry  of Fisheries, lie was warmly  welcomed by local Liberals,  who are delighted in. having  Cabinet  representation.  During his very comprehensive speech, which was in the  nature of a Report to the  People, Mr- Sinclair touched on  a wide,;.variety of topics.  He . explained taxation expenditure for defence, showed  the rising cost of the Social  Security program, and discussed the very worth while,  legislattioni regarding Unemployment Insurance. He also  praised the work being done  in* regard to the Family  Allowance prognaim, and commented upon the satisfactory  rate at which the War Debt is  being paid off-  With   regard   to   the   part  Caarada   is   playing   in*   the  Korean  situation. Mr.  Sinclair  felt  that   we were  playing   a  very vital role there. He also  said that'no Communist agression had  broken:  out,   in this  period in othe small countries.  He therefore felt that in accumulating ya\   reserve   of   both  forces and equipment, we were*  providing   the    best" ��� form    of  insurance for peace.  '   The  matter  cf  Immigration  to Canada was discussed, and  a. round figure of 200,000 was  quoted  >a:s-the   influx   to "the  country "last year- This-number  was made up mainly of people  from   Denmark,  Germany  and  Italy,   who   have,   to   great  extent, settled in our Eastern  provinces.  With regard to the smaill  number of British settlers, Mr.  Sinclair felt that much of the  responsibility for this lack  rested upon the policy of the  British Government- He said  that the small amount of money  -which was allowed to leave  Britain was not enough to bring  out the people who would be  of greatest value to Canada.  He felt that more professional  people would" migrate, such as  Doctors, Dentists, ?Bngineers  and, others, if it were possible  to raise the limit on the amount  New School Board  Representatives  Election of Representatives  from the various Attendance  areas was the main business of  the School Board -meeting on  Monday November 10th, resulting in the following very  excellent  representation:  Mrs. Jean Jeffries^ Egmont;  Mr- Paul Herding, Nelson  Island; Mr. Leonard Wray,  Irvine's Landing; Mr, C.R.  Fenn, and Mr- O. Bristow,  Madeira Park. From Halfmoon  Bay Mrs. R. Cormack, and from  Sechelt, Mrs- L.S. Jackson and  Mrs. K. Wihitaker are representatives. Mr. Funnell, from  Roberts Creek; Mr- N. Hough,  ���Mr. George Marselen, Mr. T.  Humphries, Gibsons; Mr. A'E-  Davies, Bowen Island, and Mrs-,  P. Paradis, Port Mellon, complete the list.  Mr. Funnel, Mr- Hough, Mr-  IMarsden, Mr. Humphries and  Mrs. Paradis are still Trustees  : o,m the School Board.  Members were appointed:  ;|rom Deserted Bay, Mr--Arnold  "X j^?ii!Sl;avson^ and"?"irpm;.:Britain  River,  Mr- V.*jT? Illaihsay.  From these representatives,  three new Board members are  to be eelected at the next meet-  in<* on Thursday, November  27th at Sechelt-  The ratepayers at Gambier  Isilamd Attendance Area will  meet   on   Monday,   Nov.   24th.  Junior Savings Club  Started at Sechelt  An extension, of the Roberts  Creek Union has beeu getting  under way at the Sechelt <Eie  entary School, and Mr. Max  Tracey, who has been acting  as Teller reports to the Credit  Union treasurer, Mrs- Renton.  that there arfD now thirteen  members.  K. Pearsoni, Wilma and  , Thelma Xriwoken, Kenneth  Hicks, Judy and -"Richard Grey,  Geoffrey Whitaker, Langford  Chamberlin, Lome Wigard,  and Gloria! and Joe. Gardner,  ,are the forward-looking students.  The last three have qualified  for membership in the Senior  Credit Union by completing  one share each-  Plans are under way by the  Credit Union/ Board to include  all schools in the district in  the plan..  This plan for Junior Savin crs  Clubs has the approval of the  Board of Education and ��f the  School Board, where the Prin.  eipalff are agreeable, and the  Students are williner.  ��   "of money they cou'd  bring,  to  their  of  as  estabiislr themselves and  families.  Premier  Joe  Smallwood,  Newfoundland was praised,  was his Province, for the progress being made there.  There was considerable discussion of the developments of  the resources of Canada, the  opening up of Quebec's iron  and copper deposits, and the  d e v e 1 o .p m eiit cf Nickle  resources. In Saskatchewan, it  was stated, the very high grade  Uranium there, ivonid -make  for a very rich province-  # British Columbia's: Kitimat  development Avas praised, e.s  was our pulp and paper industry, which is* nnw on a  sound   economic   footing.  Mr. Sinclair paid high tribute  to. the Hon,- James Gardner.  Minister of Agriculture, who.  he said, had dove so much for  the Farmer. He also said the  (See Secfcolt Mee  :tuig)  (C'vntinred  on  Page 8) 2 The Coast News  Thursday  November  13,   1952  ^  ������������������������  I '���"-"-I ��� ��� - ��� "*     I I I  ��� ���        '.���������! ' I.   I- .. I. . ' |   I      ���I I I      - '��� ���  Wxz ��oast Metus  (Established 1945)  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.  Member B.C. Weekly Newspaper Advertising Bureau  SAMUEL NUTTER, Publisher  Published every Thursday at Gibsons, B.C.  Authorized  as  second  class mail,   Post  Office  Department,   Ottawa.  Bates 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 45W  Bos 6, Gibsons. British Columbia.  C^dl  it  ilonatd  Co-operation and Service  Todays world has become one of those who require and. buy  Services, and those who provide them.  Very naturally, those who provide the services for which  they are paid are the recipients of much criticism and complaint-  'Thankj'-ous' are rare, but that, too, is accepted as natural, since  perfection is the thing we have grown to expect of the other  fellow.  Locally, We, the People, have grown accustomed to the  service provided by theTB-C- Power Commission, in Light and  Power. We depend upon it, aruj?have begun to expect Perfection  |The moment the service falls? short of this standard, 'We, the  Peop'le' blow our several tops and deluge the hapless B.C. Power  with invective, criticism and complaint. The Commission is power  less to rephy, much less to explain or to justify themselves.  The next time we have an occasion to light a candle, boil  the tea-kettle on the fireplace, or warm ourselves at the oil-  heater, before we really break a blood vessel, let us remember  a few things- * v "  As a unit of service on the Peninsula, providing light and  power, the B-C. Power Commission is very young. Before the.  commission came in, a short seven years a'go, the only action  we got from a switch was one of pain ��� unless we had installed  a lighting plant of our own.  In any ease, since that time, the local power and light have  progressed from the origiiniail diesel plant supplying Sechelt and  Selma ?i?>ark to its present splendid hydro plant at Clowhom  Falls, supplying a far greater area, and with a power potential  sufficient to accomodate the development of the peninsula for  the next ten years, at least."  As in any other venture, growth is not accomplished without  some inconvenience- Every time there is an expansion of services,  ���and new lines run, some area has had to be warned that, a short  temporary cut in power would be necessary, while the new hookup was made. ���  Periodically, we are delighted to see that some road improvements have been made. Sometimes, when this occurs, it  is necessary to move or replace poles- This means a temporary  cut.in power whiiHe connections are made.  People do fall trees aiong the right of way, and quite often,  across the lines. We could help to prevent trouble if we would  phone the Sechelt office and say we are about to cut a tree, and  it may strike the wire- This is where co-operation comes in. "Wte  can atlso help ourselves to receive better service by calling the  Sechelt office collect when we notice trees that.have fallen and  caused damage.  One further source of trouble, is the constant damage to  Insulators- These have been, since the first "installation of the  power, a target for our boys���some of our bigger boys, too, we  mtight add. This type of? damage is costly, both: im material and  time, as well as in service.  A little co-operation on our, part could reduce these troubles  to a very small percent of its present amount. We can save ourselves money, increase the efficiency of this "excellent service,  by remembering these things, and by doing them- Co-operation  means better service. .J        '*  Reader's Right  QUOTES BYRON  With reference to the letter  from "A Comrade" in. your  last issue, and the repeating  of Byron's words:  If he reads it punctuated as  in. the following, I believe he  will do  so  with  more; of the  original meaning:  "They shall not grow old as  we that are left grow.  Old age shall not weary  them, noi* the years condemn".  This Js not .written in a spirit  of criticism, but in genuine  appreciation.  D.M. Wortman.  1946 GMC ������"���'* % ton pickup       $695  1940 INTERNATIONAL i/2 ton pickup       $395  Both in A-l condition;    !;  1938 DODGE % fe pic^p       $150  runs like a Bulova  WE HAVE THE BEST BATTERY AND TIRE BUYS  ON THE PE1HNSUI4 ;-  For example ou�� 10.00X20 14 ply Rock Lug logger  ,, , .7���:-.'���'- :'    is oiuy    l $19&.5j0  XWe are also agents for the ?New,"'P^:-?vPowtfv,^^i..  7��� Morie Sechelt 54-W ���- ��� ���    X'y^ZyyX:  LEGEON AND PENSIONS  Editor, The Coast News,  Sir: ���   , -..  Branch-109 of the Canadian  Legion wishes to express its  thanks to you for the publicity  given recently to Veteran's  affairs. There are, however a  few more points we would like  the public to know.  The maximum ceiling of income a married recipient of  W.V.A. may have is $100.00  per month ��� the actual ..Allowance' is $9000 per month, there  is however, a fund called the  Assistance Fund from which a  veteran may receive $10.00 per  month should he run into  financial difficulties through  medical attention to^his wife,  or other emergencies.  Investigators, in making  their report to the committee  in charge of this fund regarding alni application must take  "Instruction N��. 1 Ottawa  August 7th" as their Bible ���  and "Appendix B 'VA' District Estimated'food costs to be  used in Calculation of Assistance Fund requirements" cites  the basic sum for-'food f or tw��  adults for one month as $47.78.  {The gratitude of iai Government to* the men who ��ffered  their lives im it rs service is  something too wonderful to  behold.     .  Another clause ��� here is the  actual instruction, should a  veteran be purchasing a home  on a rental basis, and because  of untforseenfiniancial difficulties, be unable to make his  payments and applies for  assistance in this regard Pase  4 Section 6 "Do not include  mortgage or loans against the  home in this section smce*the  equity im the home is jam asset".  So you see a' Veteran can lose  his home for all the Government cares before they will  relinquish'?the $10.00 permonth  permissable under the Assistance Act.  E.G. Sergant  Secretary "  Branch- 109  Canadian Legion  .������ .���i '2t '���  SOURPUSS5?  Editor, The Coast News,  Sir: ���      -X y  It is^not "Cricket to use the  Editor a3 a. post airid the pape��  as a line on? which to hang  (personal) dirty linen, -neither  to publish letters carrying  only the true, name, Macnicol  and the nom-de-plume, Sourpuss, (perhaps the letter could  be an<approprate true one). No  Sir!, I'm mlot advocating a ban  on the use, of NOm-de-plume.  Just this simple rule ���name  for name, of no* publication of  personal matter. Should this  be considered of public interest,  you may furnish mv name to  (f-^otnej IJPON TREQUEST,  (even to Sourpmss)- I am contented to be."..  t  A Comrade v  'CANADIANS IN KOREA'  Editor, The Coast News,  Sir: ���-  Your editoriail "Canadians  in Korea'' prompts me to again  write you. ;      .  During the years of World  War 1 a very severe, explosion  occurred at Hillcrest, Alberta,  killing nearly 200. A year later  the writer addressed memorial  servoce -at Hillcrest using these,  ��jwords as a theme:     -  "Weep not for the dead.for  it gaineth nought, but let us  strive to educate the living for  therein lies our emancipation.''  May I reiterate your expression re the fatality of thinking  one day in 365-    'V'_v ���  We have frequently -vnoted  how the boys i|t:; Korea aire  wondering why? they are there.  The place names Sniper Hilly  and Hearbreak Ridge bear  decidedly unhappy connotations. During World War 1  Sir Robert Borden, made very  lavish promises to the  Canadians when he addressed  them overseas. .  During World War, 2 when  the situation was anythin!��;.but  rosy in appearance? forTthe?  Allied forces, the famousHigh  seas Meeting ;took place, and *  the participjiints solemnly pro-  claimed 'The Four Freedoms'.  This week in Ottawa, representatives of ?British, American  and Canadian Army forces are  meeting to examine some new  war weapons designed by  Osinada-  May I p'rosrnostigate that no  agreement will be reached, for  the very simple reascwa- that the  parties profiteering from;; armament building wall not agree  to anything thftt: wiih;cuptail  their profit.      7 ZZX    "  Killing ismd maiming, and  the untold) suffering in connection therewith is seemingly  beneath consideration. All out *  sacrifice its mere mockery if  cartels" continue to profit from  death de alim<r instruments  whilst the boys "fight for freedom" then keen on fisrhtin���r  for the promised rewards on  their retu rn from the hell holes  of iniquity.  -        v        Dave Bees    \  belief  Don't wheeze, gasp, cough, fight for  breath. Take Templeton's RAZ-MAH  Capsules, specially.>-niade to help asthma  sufferers breathe more easily and comfortably, so they work regularly and enjoy  long restful nights of sleep. 65c, $1.35. R-53  This advertisement is not published or displayed by  IheJUqiior Control Board or by the Government of  .British Columbia. -���'.'.  W. RflcFadden, D.Q|  Optometrist  GI^QNS       ^>  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to ff:00 p^m.  Evenings by Appointment  Why go to Vancouver for  Ootical Service?  A  re you  BUILDING?  We can supply men and  material for-any job  Carpenters  Plumbers   "' '������  Electricians  Painters  Sechelt  Building Supplies  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ���  CATCHING   PISH  THE EASY WAY  ������������������' ���' '  V'*s.  The US ?Pish and Wildlife  Service^ reports... that Swedish  fishermen are: successfully  using electric fishing gear to  catch tunal? The? electrical  equipment consists of three  lines. with'small hooksl^ent at  required depth by |loat|, When  the floats show that a fish has  been hooked, the current is  turned .on1 and the fish hauled  in. The fish become temporarily unconscious and can easily  be hauled aboard.  At  Snag in   the Yukon   an  extreme    minimum    tempera-:,  -tureof 81  degrees below  zero  has  been recorded  FOR THE VERY  FINEST  HARDWARE -  CHINA and DRYGOODS  GROCERIES ��� DRUGS  FISHING SUPPLIES  HOME ESSENTIALS  MURDOGH?S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.-  Park Cafe  Sol ma Park  Open from 7.00   a.m.  to 10.00 p.m.  i  Meals At All Hours  Specialties:  Fish & Chips  Chicken & Chips  STAN FRANCIS and CY MACK*    -  Sr|iARKTnE"#EA"LTH la your opportunity  to via bi<�� caah prixe�� at home. You^Il  enjoy ths fun itud merriment directed by  csiucoe Sinn Francis���and you'll enjoy  participating w$th your entries to iho  firo^tnax. v  Dial 980 every Monday  at 8:30 p.m.  ft ��*���������  FfRST WITH THE ?HEWS' PIN, Suggests  an  giona! Supervisor  Thursday  November  13,   1952 The Coast News  idequele' Lunches    To Local Teachers    Praises VON Groups  October was a busy month.  ���The   following   districts  were  visited, clinics held, and school  , children    inspected:     Irvine's  Landing, Garden Bay., Madeira  Park, Roberts Creek, Port Mellon,    Wilson ��� Creek,    Sechelt,  Selma Park, Bowen Island and  Gibsons. The attendance at the  ��� Baby   . Clinics    is   .only    fair.  Mothers  are  invited  to  bring  their'  infants .and    pre-schoo]  children to  clinics when they  are held in their areas.  Dr. Hugh Ingli's, "M.H.O.,  will examine school children at  Port Mellon on November- 19th  and at Bowen Island on November 28. vaccination clinics  will also be held on these dates  for the infants and pre-schools,  as well a-s schol children.  .. Now. th at winter is official] y  here", most., school- children,  will be taking their lunches to  school. ?fiot soups and hot  ?drinks are very important in  the school, child ' s diet.-A  simple way. of providing this,  if the school has not kitchen  facilities, is a thermos flask in  the lunch box. Lunches should  be well balanced and adequate.  Pamphlets are available at the  Public Health office in Gibsons  with suggestions for the preparation of the school lunch.  New Uses  for Douglas fir  A B.d. company engaged in  the manufacture of forest products is currently covering research and development of a  process,pei'mitting the recovery;  of Wax, dihydrdquercetiri ahd  tanning from Doirglas Fir bairk-  The wax ?wiH be of a high  quality ansd: potentiallyf; Cbm4!  ^etitive iii" the^? commercial  market.. The tanih extract will  be mainly used to tan leather  and Ijo control the fluidity of  oil well: drilling muds: The  dihydroquercetiin* is effective  in preventing fats" and bilsfrom;  becoming rancid- arid is also  henefdeial in the treatment of  frostbite and-fragility of blood  capillaries.        '.- .  This   greater   utilisation   of  our .forest   products   will  hot  only    aid   mankind    but    aid  conservation.  Of interest to the teachers of  School District No. 46 is the  Teacher's Convention to be  held at the new West Vancouver Senior High School on  November 19, 20, and 21. Most  of the teachers from this district will be attending the  Convention session on the  evening of the 20th and the  day and evening sessioiiiS of  '. the 21st.  Over 300 teachers of the  North Shore Geographical  Area, North and West Vancouver,. Howe Sound, Sechelt,  Alert Bay, - Quatsino, will meet  . at West Vancouver. This will  be .the greatest convention in  the  organization's history.  The convention will open on  Wednesday evening, November  19, .'with a public meeting. This  will feature a.unique presentation of teaching methods by  seven "teachers. Their classes  will be on the stage in a real  classroom situation, The glistening new school will be open  for inspection also.  The Thursday and Friday  sessioii'si -Will be devoted to  business and to group study  of means of encouraging the  ..use. of good English in the  course of teachings the other  subjects.      .  Speakers will be Dr. DonaJda  Dickie and Dr. Robbins, ihtrp-  ducina* the discussions oh  English.       - , '?  The banquet, and dance will  be held in the Stanley Pajrk  Pavilion -on Friday evening.  /The speaker "is Dr. J.B.tle Long,  who -will tell of the changes  that he has seen come about  in educaition during the past  4(1;years.���)-.���.. ���;���?���-'?, .."  CANADIANS EAT  MORE FISH? EACH YEAR  The Canadian ^per capita  consumption of fish rose from  12.87 lbs. in 1949 to 13.53 lbs.  in 1950 and 13.69 lbs. inl951.  About half. of last year's consumption! was fresh or frozen  (6.82 lbs.) and most of this  was seafood. Another 4.67 lbs.  came in a can; the rest was  .smoked, pickled,, salted, or  dried.* If'every. Canadian ate  2 lbs. more of fish per year the  industry would have few mark-  Gibsons. B-C.  Head of the Wharf  Special Lunch Counter Service  Starting Sat. Nov. 8, 1952  .   Daily Special Dinner ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� 60  ���   ���        *>v-~ - -.     _ _  ,   Bacon or Ham and Eggs ....... ...... 70 ^  ~s   Hamburgers  ......:.. ��25  i   jjfot Dogs���    .;....;,:..,.,..2(^  1   9am, Beef or Pork Sandwich  .............25  Cheese or Egg Sandwich .................. .20  Pie or Cake    per cut .. f X........... .-10  *  Tea or Coffee     per cup ..........;...... ..05  Milk Shake :.... - ���...   ..20  I -  French Fries with order ...........'?'........10  J";'::'r;-..^.bhtinuoii8 Dining Room Service  x  The monthly board meeting  of the Victorian Order, Elphinstone Branch was held Nov- 5  in the Legion Hall at Roberts  Creek. Present at the meeting  was Miss B. Seaman, Regional  Supervisor of the VON with  headquarters in Ottawa. Miss  Seaman in her address praised  the work* and enthusiasm of  auxiliaries and board members  in the Peninsula and stated she  was very pleased to see how  well the Branch has progressed  in spite of recent financial  difficulties.  The report of the nurse, Miss  Angu's, -showed that 273 individual patients have been  addmitted to date in 1952, an  increase of 12 over the same  "period in 1951. Of these, 36  were admitted in. September  and 25 in. October-  In, September and October  combined there were 159 general nursing care visits made,  127 health instruction visits  made, 22 visits to patients who  were not home when the nurse  called,and 10 visits were made  on behalf of the .patients to  doctors and drug stores making  a total of 318 visits.  In the first 10 months of 1952  there have been 9 home confinements attended by the nurse  who assists the doctor, and  gives care to the.' mother 13nd  baby as long as it"is required.  During  September and  Oct-  \-:  Porpoise  Patter  by Sally? Ann  Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Newcombe hia.ve just returned from  a month's holiday which they  spent in Calif ornianThfey report  a good trip amd enjoyed the  time spent south of the border.  Mr. and Mrs.; V-A. Owre  from Storm Bay?l*iave been  spending the past .month at  Porpoise Bay. They were down  to Vancouver for several days  before returning to their home-  . Little Denny Gory is staying, with his grandparents, Mr.  and Mrs. C- Newcombe until  his mother returns from Vancouver. .      '  ��� We are all highly elated in  our community for we expect  to have electricity in before  Ohrismas\ The poles are being  cut, several homes being weired,  and iall will be ready when it  arrives, soon", we h ope.   *  Mr- Peter Smith has been  in Vancouver visiting relatives  amd friends. He fell from a.  ladder and injured his knee  a short time ago, and during  his convilesce*nee took a well  earned vacation-  Mr. and Mrs. Qharles Stnbbs  and daughter Donna have  moved to (Osborne's Logging  Camp, in-Narrows Arm. They  return each wcekem d, and  Donna says that she is getting  on fine doing her schoolwork  by ^Correspondence.  ober there were 116 visits  made in Gibsons area, 51 of  those in Gibsons municipality;  75 visits in Roberts Creek; 17  in Wilson Creek; 2 in Selma  Park; 37 in Sechelt; 28 in  West Sechelt; and 17 in H^f-  moon Bay.  LQ^BUCIO (Lame Back  When your back is stiff and very painful  and it's an effort for you to stoop or bend,  take the remedy that has brought swift,  safe relief to thousands���Templeton's  T-R-C's. Don't suffer from the nagging  misery of Lumbago a day longer than you  have to. Get T-R-C's today. 65c, $1.35  at drug counters. T-840  For Your  ESSO furnace fuel oil  See your  Reg. Godfrey,  imperial Oil agent,  Phone Grantham 56  IMPERIAL  ���SSO) IMPERIAL   OIL   LIMITED  PRODUCTS  A Rich Cream Sandwich...  P.F.  CUSTARD  CREAM  m  P.F. English Quality  A delicately flavoured,  crunchy biscuit with a  rich cream filling. Delightful with afternoon  tea.  MADE   BV  PEEKFREAN  t  MAKERS   OF  8 OZ.  PACKET  Mr. Peek & Mr. Frean  (mrnhfrn  587  Seagrams Crown Royal  Seaqram's V.O.  Seagrams "83"  Seagrams Kings Plate  Seagrams Special Old  This advertisement is not published or displayed by  the Liquor Confrol Board or by ihe Government of British Columbia. sr N��  SSF  The Coast News   Thursday. November  13,   1952  FOR SALE  Leaving district. Must sell at  sacrifice 30 ft. X 8 ft. beam troller  or work boat as is. First $375 takes  it or will trade for car. Also numerous othejr articles all "sacrificed.  P. Williams "Brynmawr," Bay  Road, Gibsons. tfn  a-j>i����i   ���"���   ���'���   ��� I.     .. ��� ���     ���      i��� ���- ��� ���  ii.ii ,1--  Rough and  Planed  Lumber  v Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7Z  KOLTERMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  Turkeys all. sizes, fresh, from  Aune's Turkey Farm. Phone 5W  Wilson Creek, B.C. tfn  Baby   Buddies ���|$5.*��0  Male   or  Female,  well  bred   talking  strain.  Make fine gifts. Orders taken-now..  Mrs.   Cox,  Roberts   Creek^   21K.  47  Boy's Sidewalk Bicycle, good con.  dition. Phone 118, R. Hunter  Gibsons. 45  Alder  wood,   $10.50  per  cord;   Fir  wood  $11.50  per  cord,  delivered.  E. McCartney.  R.R.  1.,  Gibsons,  Phone  67 H tfn  Junior boys bicycle $25. Ladies  Bicycle $30. Bird Cage $7.50 Phone  Sechelt 68H after 6 pm.  ATTENTION  Sechelt  and Roberts  Creek: Bring shoes in ��� we deliver  repaired items Wednesdays.  McLean's  Shoes,  Gibsons.  Nine  Hamp-Leghorn  Cross  Spring  Pullets,  now  laying.   $2.50   each.  Mrs.   J.  Towler,  Sechelt Highway.  (Across from Stratford Camp)  FOR  RENT  At Hopkins. Six room house, large  living  room  with  fireplace,   three  bedrooms,   modern   plumbing   and  Pembroke Bath.  $35.   Phone  West  Vancouver, 1407L1 or see Maclaren  1651 - 24th St. West Vancouver.  '������- ���   i-i   ��� j tfn  Three room suited $25 per month  in Granthams. H. Stuchberry.  "Granthams for rent, warm com-  fortable partially furnished modern  home, $35 per month. Totem Realty.  Fully modern 3 room, cottage in  village. Available December 1st.  $25 per month. ,T. Christianson^  Shaw Road.  WORK WANTED  Spray   and  Brush   Painting;   also  paper hanging.  J. Melhus.  Phoney  Gibsons 33. tfn  Dave Gregerson ��� licenced Elec.  trician. Madeira Park, Pender Harbour. Phone 11H tfn  WATCH REPAIR ���. All types of  watches and jewelry repaired. Re.  liable, fast, efficient. Union General  Store, Sechelt. tfn  WANTED  Wanted, used carpet, 8 x 10 or  larger. Mrs. W. Richter, phone 41R  Sechelt.  Gower Point, 100 ft. waterfrontage,  nice cottage, half acre of land, with  lovoly view. $2100. Terms Totem  Realty,   Gibsons  B.C.  PERSONAL  "When in Horseshoe Bay stx-fb at  Cottage Inn ��� Coffee Bar, Dining  Rcom Rest Rooms. Under new-  Management.  CARD OF THANKS  "We 'wish   to   extend   our   sincere  tha?nks. and   appreciation   to   our  many  friends  who  helped   us   in  so many ways arid were so sym.  pathetic to us at the' death of our  ."beloved, husband and father,  also  our deepest? thanks for the lovely  floral tributes.  ; Mrs.. Edith Davis.  Gower ���  Gleanings  By GYPSY TOWERS  The biggest stir this week  was the highly successful Fall  Bazaar put on through the  combined efforts? of the ladies  of the Anglican W.A. in which,.  many Gowerites took an active  part. The co-operation land patronage of the various denominations and the general esprit-  de-corps that permeated the  whole affair made it a most  enjoyable as well as profitable  undertaking-    Much   "credit,  Church Services  ANGLICAN CHURCH  November 16, 1952  23rd Sunday after Trinity  St. Bartholomew's   Church  11:0G am.  Remembrance Service  11.00 a.m.  Sunday School  St. Hilda's Church ��� Sechelt  1:45 p.m.  Remembrance Service  1.45 p.m. Sunday School  '-  St. Aidan's Church  Roberts Creek  Remembrance Service  3:15 p.m-  2.00 p.m. Sunday School  The Rev. W/Valen.tine, M-C.  will give the address at aL!  Services.  UNITED CHURCH  Gibsons:  9.45 a^.m. Sunday School  11.00 a.m. Public  Worship  Roberts Creek:  2.00 p.m. Public Worship  Selma Park:  3.30 p.m. Public Worship  Port Mellon:  7.30 Friday Evenings  An invitation is extended to  all who have no other church  home.  PENTECOSTAL  TABERNACLE  Sunday Services:  9:45. a.m. Sunday School  11:00 a.m. Devotional  >.    7:30 p.m. Evangelistic  Prayer and Bible Study  Wednesday 8 p.m.    ��-.-  Young People's,    Friday, 7  Wilson Creek  2. p.m.  Sunday  School  Evangelistic   Service  Tuesday 8 p.m.  Roberts Creek  Service  Monday,  7:30   p.m.  30  St. VINCENT'S MISSIONS  November 16, 1952  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  St. Mary  9 a.m.  Gibsons  11 a.m.  November 23, 1952  St. Mary���"Gibsons ���9 a.m.  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  11 a.m.  LEGALS  TAKE NOTICE that.IJhave posted  copies of^?th&^Voter's List' of The  Corporation of ? the Village of  Gibsons Landing* for the year 1952  in my office and at the Municipal  Hall, and that a Court of Revision,  to revise and correct the said list  will be held in the Municipal  Hall, Gibsons, B.C., on the "Fifteenth (15th) day? ? of November^  1952, at Ten o'clock in tile" forenoon. ... .,..  Robert Burns .  X.r.    Clerk.  although unsought, must go to  Rev. and ?M?rs. Oswald who for  their untiring efforts and general helpfulness, have become  so popular and well liked  during their tenure of, office  on the Peninsula..  Good    to . see    Mrs.    W.F-.  Dsiwson out and in attendance  as well as Gram Chaster who  has just returned from a visit  with her daughters Mrs. Carson  and Mrs. Swallow, 'Vancouver  plus a long promised stay with  old time friends in Burquitlam.  How that lady does get around  Mrs-  A;B.B.   Hill   anxiously  awaiting the arrival of daughter Emily from Carcross. The  latter,   Mrs   George   Simmons,  with her husband and mother  in-law   expect   to   spend   the  next few weeks visiting friends,  in north Vancouver.  The Jim Beatons' estate  shaping up for its spring showing-of bulbs. The Bow estate  also showing great promise for  a beautiful setting when the  swallows come back to Cap-  iistranbppardo,iT me, the robins  eome back to Stronlochie.  >�� 3 ��. 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Forest fire  is not included in the above.  {The greatest single contributer,  still and always, is the careless  smoker ha,vitng cafused J2,473  fires from a? total of 6,889:".  During the past ten years  "183 men, 95 women and 147  children have died -due to carelessness with fire so PLEASE  be careful- It is a good friend  but a'very bad enemy. DON'T  be am ash DON'T drop that  butt PUT IT OUT!  KOLTERMAN  SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay -  Rough & Planed Lumber  Phone  Halfmoon* Bay   7Z  ����&*" "'ff^^fi^S^  Date Pad  ..     i ���  November 15 ��� Sechelt Legion  Hall, 8 p.m. Concert by Roberts  Creek String Quartette; aiid assisting artists..  November 16 ��� Members of Canadian? Legion and Legion Auxiliary  will parade to the Anglican Church ?  to   attend   Reniembrance   Service.  ^IBSONS -fl? anv SECHELT 1:45 ?'  p^ ^BERTS CREEK 3:15 p.m.  November 17 ��� Selma Park Community; Centre, Tea and Bazfear  2:30j to 5:00.;  I&vember 18 ��� Gibsons  United Church W.A. sale of  work, etc. \y^: ���: ';;������  November 18 ��� ��� Gibsons^ Regular  meeting W.I. 2 p?m. at Mrs. L.  Baines.: . '" '"-",....'  November 21 ��� Gibsons School  Halli 2 p:m; Big ;Xma�� Bazaar: v  November 2i-^?lRpberts Creek  St. ?Aidans W.A; in -Jchurch hall.  Fall? bazaar:, sewing table, home-  cooking,  Christmas;-;:?ca?��lsV etc.  November- |24 ���- Wilson Creek  Community Hall. Be sure? andv go  to the Wilson Creek Community  Centre Tea and Bazaar from 2 to  5 pjn.  JESach week we feature a good  buy ���it will pay yon to investigate  these.    . .  ROBERTS     CREEK   ���   Beach  Cottage;    full    plumbing,    modern *��  kitchen,   3   bedrooms,   lot   66x1000,  house    furnished^    good   fireplace,  ONLY $4200.y,  FOR RESULTS UST YOL'R  PROPERTY WITH  - the -  jTotem   Realty  .Jks ^Phone vGibsons 44 .. - .  Halfmoon  Beams  By F. Cormack  Miss Marion Raven,  daughter of Mr- and Mrs- W Kaven of  Welcome Beach, dropped in on  her parents  for  a  brief  visit  ' oveer the weekend.  /Kelowna will be the winter  residence of Mr. and Mrs. T.H.  Tait, who left Halfmoon Bay  last week  Clarence McDonough, Trail,  was a weekend visitor at the  home of his parents Mr- and  Mrs- Jack McDonough.  Mr. and Mrs. P. Welsh  ���- entertained at a> small dinner  party last week in honnor of  Mr- and Mrs. George Simpson,  who are leaving at the end of  the month to spend the winter  in Vancouver-  The November meeting of  the VON was held at the home,  of Mrs. W. Kolterman, on November 3rd, the president, Mrs.  P; Meuse in- the chair reporting  that all was in readiness for  the December 5th Bazaar.  Mrs. W. Meikle attended the  Board'meeting of the Elphinstone Branch of the VON at  Roberts, Creek last week.  Colin McKinnon and partner  Bob Chapman' were up from  Vancouver on business last  week, on their boat "The  Patience."  The PTA is holding a Bingo  .and. card  party  in  ?Kedrooffs  Hafll on November 21st at 8p.m.  inv aid-, of the Childrens Xmas  Fund.  "Chuck''   Smith  was  home  ��� overi the  weekend  on  a_ visit  to his family.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burrows  -spent a few days in Vancouver  last week. They had a) pleasent  trip  downi  >a:nd   back  on   the  seine boat .'' Sea Luck' V  Miss E. Seaman, western  supervisor for the VON and  Miss ? I Angu>; v^ON district  nurse >y��re entertained last  week at^thW home of Mrs- vW-  Meikle. Welcome Beach.  A big beair has aouired a  ta^e, for .chickern! in vthis area  of late, he v>ited; the chicken ?,  hoHsps?hf -P.?-Meuse. O; Curran  frtld E.T. Pemble;killing a nnm-  ���of chickens- They are plotting  his demise but so far he has  etridecl  them.  The/'tin can" is-listed as one  of the 10 most, indispensible  products of the a are, .according  to the American Can Company;  Thursday  November  13,   1952The Coast News  5  by H.I. L-  Mrs. G- Colson entertained  several' friends and neighbors  at tea in, homjor of 'Miss Doris  Deardsley, who has been guest  of her aunt and uncle here, Mrs.  and Mr. J- Dilworth. Miss  Deardsley is leaving for her  home- in England.  Mrs- E. Fredericks attended  the wedding of her niece at  Lake Cowichan, last week.  Mr. and Mrs- George Kynoch  spent at few days at their home  here last week.  A very hearty, vote of thanks  should be extended to the  Dalzalls for their work in putting oral such a lovely Halloween party for the little tots-  The usual apple-ducking and  peanut scrambling was enjoyed,  ais was a wonderful display of  fireworks, put on outside-  Court Whist was enjoyed  at the Community Hall on  Saturday night, the high score  prize being won by Mrs- M.  Duval, and- Mr. J. Dillworth.  Consolation awards went to  Mrs. ^ J- Mowatt and Bernard  Heskin,    who    also    won   the  Sechelt  By ARIE^  Mrs. Wally Malikoff and  baby are in Vancouver for/a  few d>aiys. Mr- and Mrs- Wally  Smith and Randy% were down  visiting their parents Captain  anid Mrs. A- Johnston-  Ann Gordon was here from  scliool, ln| V"a|ico*u,ver visiting  her parents Mr. and Mrs- H-  Kernel Gordon, and brother  John. 'Z  . Mr. Eddie Hancox has gone  to Bowen Island; for a; few  weeks- Mrs. Invaar Havaas is  visitirj-g her parents, Mr- and  Mrs- V: ;f.;; Dunn, Mr. Ted  Osborne Sr., Mr. Ted^Osborne  Jr., and Mi* Jim; Parker are  away bn a) hunting trip.  .. It was niceJ seeing Mrs-  Mabel Nelson here from Van^  couver Island,' although ?we are  sorry it was sttcb a* sad occasion, thp passing away of her  father Mr. George Wajlker.  Mrs- Aliice Kent is in Vancouver. She hasn't, been* feeling  too well. Hope the.change will  do her jrood-  Miss Nancy Humphries and  MrvG-?Hvitt.ori spent a few days  as guests of Mr. and? Mrs. Max  Traeey-  V'-'v'S'c'"'-?  "V:I -.M-Ei'iS  Busy Homemakers  ~a  re is  Have you tried the hew>  Wll^  JustadS^  Directions on the package for the quick fourriiour  method, or for the Over-night system, whichever  you prefer.  A wonderful time and labor saver, and it's economical, because you need never have a 'poor' hatch of  bread. -:    -*" ���"���?���  Yes, everything for delicious Bread or Buns comes  in the one package; and makes 4* one pound loaves.  Fresh XMAS CAKE MIX now in stogie  Candied Peels, Cherries, Pineapple & Fruit  Mixes Now in Good Supply.  GIBSONS  PORT MELLON  Lucky   prize.   There   will   bei    Vancouver  with   his  Son  and  another card party in the Hall     family,   Mr.  John  Temple.  on  November  22nd.  Everyone  welcome.  Noticed making a flying visit  to  Selma Pa*rk were Mr.  and  Mr- H. Temple* has returned     Mrs.    Neai,    and    Miss   Anne  from   spending   the   week   in    Millar-  We Deliver  Is your Chimney Safe? Why not make sure- Have it  cleaned by an expert today.  Does your Roof Leak? Call us for expert repairs ���  replacements, or new roof.  Gibsons Roofing And  Chimney Cleaning Service  Phone Gibsons 44  Peninsula Motor Products Ltd.  "The name that means a good deal."  Your Peninsula General Motor Dealers  Trucks '  40 DODGE PICKUP      (New Motor) $395  48 THAMES    PANEL  .... .$395  47 FORD PICKUP     new paint and rings $795  48 FORD PICKUP     a beauty, new paint $895  50 CHEVROLET PICKUP     low mileage $1595  GrSTS  38 FORD SEDAN     new paint $195  51 AUSTIN SEDAN $1395  FIX-IT   YOURSELF   CARS  33 FORD  COUPE      $49-50  34 PLYMOUTH SEDAN. ..     .       .... .$49.50  34 FORD  SEtfAN.     $99.50  All Licensed and runninsr  PHONE  WILSON   CREEK   5-S  "  -KNOWLt!  Phone 33  -HARDWARE-  Gibsons, B,C.  Entering our THIRD YEAR of Business here,  We'd like fo restate our Aims  An Ever Broadening Stock  AND  Improved Service  AT  The Best Possible  "REGULAR" Prices  Note:  We think we have some good  suggestions on  For  For  For  Both Young and Old  And   Remember:  Low Cost Terms To Suit your Needs The Coast News   Thursday  November  13,  1952  The Sports Beat School Briefs  By students of ElphinstoQe Junior-Senior High School  Editor in Chief: Celia Flumerfelt  Social News Editor:  Vera Bursey  News Editor: Bonna Bingley  Sports Editor:  B.J. Woods  As I See It  by Eric Lindwall  One morning /last week, I  got up out of bed, looked in  the mirror, (this has now im-  niuned me to shock of any  kind!), and noticed a sort of  rash on parts of my face.  Thinking it was the result of  much rich food or something  in the nature of an allergy, I  attacked the rash with an  assortment of patent medicines,  Port Mellon  by Pat Peterson  The Halloween Party at  Port .Melloui* October 31st, went  off with a bang (not fire-.,  crackers)- The Kinsmen Party  for the younger children was  'eingoyed by all. Prizes and refreshments wiere abundant'^'  which was very agreeable to  those at the party- From the  youngest to the oldest, from  Indians to clowns, it was well  rubbing ;alcohols   and  special    enjoyed,  eoaps���.nothing happened, except the rash grew worse!  A visit to the doctor was the  next thing  (I am now getting  desperate),   euwd   after   poking  me,  prodding  me,   depressing  my tongue and looking at my  eyes, he seized his hypodermic  equipment.   I  tried to   escape  but it was no use. Heaving my .^.  bulk onto an operating table,^  the   Doc-   rammed   a   needle"  which felt the size of a marlin  spike   into. my. . buttocks   and  filled me full of penecillin- I  w/ats gently told that I had the1  measles and then, after being  warned   to   stay   isolated   for  seven days, led out the door.  (He  didn't  give  me  the   bill,  I'd held  enough  rough   treatment for one day.)  The rash was no longer slow  in coming. I lay in bed, my  face beginning to look like a  used jellyf-bag turned 'inside  out. I listened to the radio day  and night, and my opinion of  the programs is not printable,  (CBU...jo% no CBU) ��� CHUB,  as the best!   -*��� * ; *     '  I am notionger sick and the  rash has disappeared (forever,  I hope). An'd, the bright spot  on the horizon ��� I lostja whole  seven pounds. It must have  been that hypo!  The dance for the teenagers  and a?dults also went off with  a bang, this time it was firecrackers. Some smart people  decided to make this dance a  bit more exciting by -introducing a few firecrackers. The  :music  by /the   ''Mellonaires  was sjuperb,' and the costumes  original and comical.    ,  (  There was everything from  chrinesC), to hunchbacks with  buck teeth- Everyone at the  dance had a good time.;  With the exception of mud-  ded     and     soaped    windows,  knotted clothes and overturned  garbage   cans,   little  mischief  was done-  Kit's Corner  I by Dorothy-Anne Davies.  V The past week has,;ybefen??a;  iiill  week   for   the   pupils   oi\  Bowen Island School-  :}i We have our new radio; We  h:ad a. Halloween party .-and: the*  jgrass" lias" begun  to  grow 'on  ��ur field. - :' ���:.:';-]  ���}: The radio is a combination;>j  iadio -record player- :.y.  .[ The School Board provided  ihe money for the "insides".  The students, the Bowen Island  .Recreation, amd several other  them bers of the community  provided the remainder of the  <!ost.  j Mr. Emar Nielson, during his  holidays, made the cabinet from  ui tree grown on Bowen Lsland.  i The Robinson Weavers are  donating a piece of hand woven  aliaterial to cover the front of V  the 15ud sjjeaker- We are very  pleased with this new'addition  tjo otir schpol.  I A Hadloween party complete"  vrith-a fireworks display was  h'eJd at the Loiver Dance Hall  on Halloween Eve, for the"  ejhildren of  by Kitty Ripley  The children of Roberts  Creek enjoyed the Halloween  party at the Community Haill..  Games were played under the  supervision of Mr. Reeves,.Mr.  Cotton, Mr- Russel and Mr.  Butler- The mothers and. Mrs.  Bbake played games with the  grade One, two and pre-schooi  children.  Prizes for best costumes  were presented by the Kinsmen to -Marilyn >C6les, Dennis  - Matehpn, iBeth Jack> Barmey-.  Finnerty, and David -Blake.  Prizes for the most tickets collected went to Joe Fortt and  .Marilyn Coles. ;  ...-, ;kThanks to the Roberts Creek  vPTA^nd the ^School Board,  the?school has anew film strip  projector wjbich,:. has already  been put to good use.  A fine new wire fence has  been built around?, our school  grounds-; Now we are looking  forward to having some grass  'land flowers.  Madeira1 School  Each division of the Madeira  Park Superior School had  ..Hallowe'enr parties and we all  had an; enjoyable time. Previous to our celebrations, the  Junior Red Cross got busy and  had the pupils bring small  donations /to buy some fruit,  magazines, a;bd ,,comic papers  for the patients of St. Mary's  Hospital. We hope they enjoyed ���  them.    *    '  The   Madeira   Poirk   School  Choir will sing at the Memorial  Service at the Community Hall :  orivTuesday,.";NQ.vember 11. Sale  of . poppiesj?S-for|:?whieh   Doris  appreciated ^^ * 0^^^W^M^^  !.La;st, but not^s$, our gr^tssi  ifhich was plantectvin Seg&in-  Ifer ;/is really;^beginning" to  sprout.  Grad Wins Scholarship  jj ISugene Blomgren a last year  gradu'aite     from/   Elphinstone  High  School won  an  I.O.D.E-  Scholarship   of   $195-   That's  our boy! Eugene won a Citizen-  ship and Scholarship award at  Graduation. He also won a  legion Bursiatry this summer.  responsible,^h?as; just started.  ' XThe/ tnonthly bulletin from  the vSta|fv���^lthe?vparehts was .  sent.o/ut. onh,Prjdya^ViOctober  31, ...with, items r of. news con-  cerning the school and with an  aim to bring closer co-operation be ween the parents and  teachers.".  We are all saddened by the  news that Joan Davis, one of  our Grade 7 students, has just  lost her father.* We offer our  simcerest condolences to Joan  and to her family in their  sudden   bereavement.  by Roy and Bev  The most important thing  that happened last week was  the invatation received from  J.O. High for the boys' land  girls' basketball teams to go  to town on Friday, November  14, to play two games at their  new gym. Both teams are busily  getting in shape for the big  event. The boys team is shaping  up surprisingly well for the  short length of time-  The boys suffered the loss of  George Williamson, speedy  forward, when JVC hurt his knee  while playing a game of tackle  football. Williamson is going  to John Oliver but isn't ex-  j>ected to .play-  ��� We have a great disadvantage at Elphinstone. Most  schools, such as J.O. have about  a hundred good players to  choose ten 6ut of. Where we're  lucky to h'ave ten to choose  f rom-  The girls are not expected  to have a * strong squad this  season even' though Marie Van  Skivor whp quit a couple of  weeks ago i�� expected . back  Monday. It ;.seems if you go to  the girl's practise you are on  the team, so long as you wear  a skirt when you go in and a  pair of snorts while on the  floor, there are so few girls  to choose from-  Qn Wednesday, House B  Senior Boys "won by default  when House C didn't have  enough turn out for the game.  /The Junior Boys didn't have  a game because neither House  A or House C turned out.  On Thursday House B won  the Senior Girls game. B 21 ���  A 10. House C Junior Girls  won again oyer House B by  a score of 15 ���11.  On Wednesday House ?B and.  House C  girls played a baird  soccer  game  which   ended  in  a scoreless;tie. ;  Council Briefs  ���The council met in Room  207 on November 5, with ?M?ike  Poole presiding in the absence ���  of the President ?Eric Lindwall-  There was ai- discussion of an  Xmas ��artyl on December 19.-  Sundi 'Stroshein' arid 'Wendy  Smith gave" a report on the  PTA and .Student .Meeting  held at Sechelt on. November  4, with Seciielt. ?JPTA/ saying  they would rlike to. send a representative >> to the Student  Council meetings^and the, Council would send a;representative  to. the PTA meeting if they  wished- The^ .Student Council  decided to. Jiaye ah Informal  Discussion c o.ri c er.ndn g the  school parties with members of  the various PTA's. The ./council  decided also to give Mr- J.  McDonald a free season pass  for the basketball games for  letting the school use his field  for the students to play on.    ������-'.���  Talent    Night    Committee  held   a   meeting   Tuesday   at  Sechelt School- Mrs. John Daly  replaced   Mrs-   Ken  Whitaker,  as   President  for   the   coming  year. It is hoped that preliminary"  contests  for  talent night  can be held at the following  places: Madeira Park on April  24, Gibsons, April 25, Sechelt,  May 1, and Roberts Creek on  May 2...   ...      ,  Finals are scheduled for  Madeira Park on May 8. Final  details concerning contests will  be discussed ..with the local_  PTA by delegates who attended  the meeting.  Come In And Hear  THE NEW.  Children's Records  RHYMES ���  SONGS  &  STORIES for  KIDDIES  in Unbreakable Plastic  We have, too, Albums of  CHRISTMAS MUSIC  Sunset  Phoiie 32-^ Gibsons:  B. W. M. BONE  Chartered  Accountant  1045 West Fender St.;  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  ��� TAtlow 1954 ���  GIRLS: REMEMBER;  Your Hair is your crowning glory;  Lang's Drug Stores have  a full stock of all the  latest Hair, treatments.  BOBBL HUDNUT, TONI,  PROM, (SHADOW and  WAVE.  HI FELLOWS.  Check Our "Lay Away" Plan For Grits'  HowV Sound Trading Go. Ltd.  FEEL BRILLIANT? SHOW IT WITH NEW  "Sparkling Shoe Clips"  High Rubbers ��� Flite Boots ��� Storm King  MacLean's Shoe Store  For Fall, See The New  HEAD SCARVES ��� EAR MUFFS ��� MITTS  HOWE SOUND 5, 10 & 15f STORE  Bal's Block  Have you tried  Anna's Coffee Bar  for after school snacks?  (iiions Tlreatre # Seclieli Theatre  Monday, Tiiesday/ Wednesday, Thursday,            8 p.m.  Friday and Saturday  7 and 9 p.m-  .Monday  November  IT  Monday   and   Tuesday  WALTER  BRENNAN,   JEAN  November .17  and. .18.,.,  PETERS, JEFFREY HUNTER  ���.: ^john.pay-ne; 'Z-ZyX.  .. Lure Of The ; Wilderness  ... ARLENE: CAHIi;; 'ZyX  Tuesday ? and  Wednesday  Caribbean  Technicolor  ., November 18  and  19  ��� .  -���������:���.   ������ '���������'������'���'��� :'j .���/'   '                             .    '  BOB HOPE; JANE RpSSELL,  :    Wednesday and Friday  ROY   ROOERS  November> 19  and  21 ������������"'W;  Son   Of  Paleface ;  y..y JANE.! WYMANsv ryyi.  Thursday; and ������Saturday  ���;?;���.. 'Novem'berV2ft ;9$ty'$$...;..      '���  X.-  WILLROGER^"jr.  '���.'.-.    and EI>DIE CANTOR  0    WILL ROGERS Jr..     *  and EDDIE CANTOR    ^?  The Stbfcy Of Witt Tfeogers?i  *J ;   Technicolor      ������.?���������;   " \;  JANE WYMAN  Tliursday and Saturday  rThe Story Of Will Rogers       /  November  20  and .22   .  ������'.'��� (���������'' .   ���'���'���' '������   ���'..'*' ���  WAL^TER: BRENNAN,   JEAN ; .  Friday November 21  METERS; JEFFREY ^HUNTER  Lure  Of The Wilderness  '���' Liire Of  The Wilderhfess'   . r  Techi*dcoI^ ?-  ;? ?.?'-' Vl^chnicolor^M^-v/^'?':?;  \   _  New Visitor  -' ' y.-yry^ :r������������,:���, ������..,.  A Visitor?:in the form :of ?a  rat mysteriously ^appeared !;ih':  room 208- ^(Mr. True^aii's  njorniD^ Socials period) last  Friday. It is reported that  when Mr. Trueniaii' opened a  cupboard d'obr: the rat jumped  nut. Instantly most of the girls  (and one or, twp boys) jumped  up on the highest articles o��  furniture 'th&t ^were 6\h hand,  and started shrieking and  screaming at the top of their  lungs. ��� :V  Wheiri' one of the boys (Jeff  , Newman.^ finially caiight. the  rat, there was sp-me discussion  as to what to do with it.-; The  best suggestion was to throw  it out the %vindbw. So the hapless animal V?x^?^ro,P5M.X.!?ut".  of the secoini stor^;^  and as it scurried? o��i toward  the nearby brush' our ^eloyed  principal was .heard to mutter  something about ''It appeal's  to me like a put-up job'?-  CHILDREN'S EDUCATION GUARAN^IjEED    /  BY SAYPTG- qfSVERNMENT ALLO^NCES  ;���..;;'. Xy  v: l^amily^.Allowance ^j^he^iies ?  ^���:Can--.^3^ost,r?^forv^utu^^ \.Zy. . -���>���'.���  .   ?  :    ; at.,.��be:  Bank   of %MontreaJ���'.*-������'���"' v -���..���>������������������'���*'  ulei your-Family Allowance Cheques are ihtei^eid,l|^  and foremost, to help.,you payj/for your youngstersV day-to-day  expenses.'they caii also be used to give tJueitt a good >Jart in  agricultural <jr other college courses/ laljer^in life^    ���       v  : If you deposit every. Family Allowance cheque for one child  in a B of M savings account, there will be over $1,300, including  interest on it b^ the time the ag^ of 16^ is -reached, 'points ofiiit  ToiriLarsbn^^  manager. And, through the years, this nest-egg will always be  immediately^ availablej should emerge^^  ^ ^s?^ to make sure that your  youngsters" will; have every chance to earn a? good living when  they start theii^wn. career or when your "farm is ^&ssed ;on to  them- If you. caii,'t, manage to set aside the whole cheque, try to  bank at least a part MitJ^r^ will  pay off in the fiuture. ; ?  So, next time you receive your Family Allowance Cheque,  why not drop into the B" of M and open a savings account in  your; youngster'�� name. When you do that^ you'U be building  seburity and opportunity into his or her future ��� and that gives  any parent a wonderful feeling! '"' "     :: Winners of thjs weeks  4 Theatre Tickets  Earl Dawe, Wilson Creek  Mrs- 0. Soames, Granthams Landing  ST  ��� memammmmammmmHm\m\\Mtmmmmmmmmmmmmmam^aKmmmmmmmmmrmmmmmmBmmm  Business and Professional  -D I RECTO RY  " ���'' " .'   ' "' '      '     ���' v."   ��� ���        -        '  ���N.--" ��� .        -������"'���.. - '���- ���"���������    ���  Please Clip This Directory ? Out and Hang By;Your Phone  ': '.rf'For'References/  APPLIANCES  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS  Agents for  RCX Victor Records  Columbia Records  Frigidaire Ranges and  Refrigerators  Beatty Pumps and  Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ��� Phone Gibsons 32  KINDERGARTEN  BLASTING  Rocks ��� Blasting'��� Roadbuilding  JACK CAMPBELL Z-  BLASTING  5308 Pr. Edward Ave., Vancouver  ��� FRaser 3831 ���-  Fully   Licensed.  All   Experienced  "Men.   '  BEER BOTTLES  Will  call  and  buy for   rash,   beer  bottles," scrap? metal,' etc.  Calls  made   at   intervals   from  v_ Hopkins to Irvine's Landing   ���  R. H. STROSHEIN  Wilsih Creek.'  STRATFORD;,  kmsdergarten  .   '..   "at ? : ���'       '  STRATFORD   CAMPSITE  Roberts Creek  Residential and  Day Pupils  Opens September 15th.  H. Galliford ������ R;R. 1, Gibsons  '������?"v:i-;:v"-Phone' 22 A  GIBSONS  KINDERGARTEN  Reopening  Sept.   8, 1952  Information ��� Miss W.M. New  or   Coast   News      .  . Telephone  Gibsons 64 S4  MACHINISTS  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  Phone 54 ��� Res: 58  GLEANERS  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners  forthe  Sechelt: ~  Peninsula. Jry'*:  ��� Phones ���  Olbsans 100 ���Sechelt 45 J  ELECTRICAL WORK  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  "Phone  45 '   '-;;''-"'  Appliances ���  Fixtures  ��� ��� Radios  Member   Electrical? Heating   Ass'n.  \; Washing Machines  FLORIST     ;,.,?;.'        \  _ Flowers  for  all occasions.  We are agents for large1  Vancouver florists.  Fast service for weddings       ; >  and funerals;";  JACKMAYNE  Phone Sechelt 24 or write  .:_"?' P.O.^ox 28. '.;.-..  GIFT STORE  ���' .       '������-      .���������������-.��*������  Headquarters   for  Wool,  Lotions��� Cards--*jL������'���Toys *  Miscellaneous  Gifts  GIBSONS 51Q-15 STORE  Left of Post Office  .Gibsons,1 B.C;  NOTARY PUBLIC  , C. JOHN COLERIDGE  "X''' ���"'?' Gibsons"'--v V -;v--  Office 37 Res. 116 W  OIL BURNERS  C & S OIL BURNERS  SALES and  SERVICE  Yf.  Swain y D. Currie  Ranges,   Furnaces,   Chimneys  Cfeahe4_.  ���-'���<���.��� ������  used ranges for sale  AUTHORIZED KEMAC DEALERS  '������."���.'��������� Sechelt 74 ���:'v?  PLUMBING  SECHELT CARTAjGE  ��� VM.; HEMSTREET? .*  Sawdust -0N60��- Coal    ;��� '  We haul anything, any where;  anytime:?  Phone Sechelt 97H       Sechelt; B.C.  Plumbing -and Electrical  Supplies   Fixtures  ,'W ;'-'     Service    ���  SECHELT BUILDING  -SUPPLIES  .'���'���r'-.'-r   .��� . ���������... ..���'���.  RADIO  Sechelt Radio & Electrical  Appliance Service  Radio -and. Refrigeration Repairs  WG. FORTT  Telephone Sechelt 25 J  REAL ESTATE and  INSURANCE  JOHN COLERIDGE  AGENCIES  Gibsons? and   District's   Only   Full  Time Real Estate and Insurance  Office Since 1948.  Phone Gibsons 37  SECOND HAND STORE       :  HARDWARE  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 ��� Gibsons B. C.  ':���' ���;; Builders' Hardwarer ' ���  ;'���'   Paint.���-^Plumbing??. ��� ."'  ��� Appliances ���  Cqmplete  Installation  ? Maintenance Service .'..  DELIVERIES  ?    TO ALL POINTS  Hardware ��� China  Tools ��� Furniture  Household Equipment  . \ Magazine ��� Books  WE BUY __. TRADE ��� SELL  PENINSULA SECOND  HAND STORE  :r:yy- V^hirme" Gibsons 99?  ' -?:-'  TYPEWRITERS  Typewriter Sales and Seryice  '; r v Reihington  Rand  Agent ?  48-hour service ...���'..-.  Colin Wingrave      Granth.79��1V  Down flie Alley...  Biggest buzz of the week  came from the Halfpin League  when 10 year old Joey Gardner  knocked off a 217 high single  last Saturday morning- For the  smiaill fry that was nice rolling.  TENPIN LEAGUE  Sammy McKenzie 178 high  single. Bill Laws��n 501 for high  three. The hit m* miss team  rolled 1694 for total pins-  Rejects lead the league with  19 points.  GIBSONS MIXED  Helen    Thorburn    251-656.  Alf Wilnn 259 high single. Don  Melmas 626 high three for men-  Dawsom's   Taxi   (Capt.   Letty  ���"Dawsoni) 2386.  SECHELT LADIES  Cherry Whiteker 238. Lee  Redman 588- The Ups and  Downs t��ok total points with  2234 (Capt. Louise Lang). Eve  Moscrip's Guttersnipes and  Cherry Whitakers Totems are  tied for first place with 26  points each  PENINSULA MIXED  Shirley -McNutt 218- Ev  Smith 529- Leo Hadeaus 257.  Bob Lemieux 608.TJmion St��re  took top honors with 2367 for  total mins-.Rusk Loging leads  with 21 p��ints. *  SPORTS CLUB  Betty Dingee 207- Ev Smith  533. Wes���'* Jonasson, 267- Forde  Flumerfelt 648- High team No..  8  (Capt. Wes Jonesson)  2505.  BALL AND CHAIN  Lola Caldwell 258 - 572. Tom  Ritchie 266. Dam;Curry 646.  Thelnvincebles. 2486 total pins  Don Caldwell's Missing Links  are in t��p spot with 19 points-  YOUNG PEOPLE'S LEAGUE  Yvonne Garry 171- Georgina  Walker 366. Rodger Johnston  221. John Cllayton 516. Karen  Stokwell's Speedballers took  t��tal pins with Wit). Speedballers also lead>?,thet league  with 21 points.      Z   - ���''  HALFPINS  ��������� v Diane .Wheeler.146;,���-..28,8;  for high' smgle %nd Viiigh two.  Joey GSrdner 217-^-332 for  boys high single and high two.'  Gutter rats (Capt Leanna Moscrip ��;-had 1132 for,total pins-  Gibsonews  by W.M- New  Welcome this week to two  wee babies,. (newly arrived���-  a little boy to the home of Mrs.  Sam Lament;-and a little boy  to the home of Mrs Trodd.  And welcome back to ?Mrs.  Hague of, Gibsons, from her  stay in the hospital in Vancouver, with all good wishes for  a speedy recovery-  , The same good wishes too to  Mr Mth-Smith of Grantham's  also recently i returned from  hospital.  - We, are glad to see Mr. and  MrS-* "Humphries of Soames  Point biSick again? They have  had an interesting trip to  Mointtreal, Quefrec, St. John N.  B-, to* Boston aiid way points,  and so home through the" IJS.A.  .Tlie Local Association sponsoring G i r I G u i d es' and  Brownies met Monday evening  , Noivemher 3, at the- home of  Mrs- Sergant.- There, was -a srbod  attendance and regular business was all in order.  We   hope   the   boys   in   the  . district have heard .the good  news. You will want to join  the .Scoiit-.Tr^ofn'or Wolf Pack  soon to be formed, so tell Mrs.  Dawson or Mrs Skidniore  ��il)0ut it.  '��� ZiX'y-    -yZ  yjlhe 385-miTo? all?? weather^  IVfacKenzie Hiarhwav in v the  Northwest Territories^ facilitates the movement of freight  to; the Yellowknife miniiiig and  to other settlements in the  ��� j .MacKenzie  Valley.  ':  Thursday  November   13,   1952The Coa-t News  Wall Board  SPECIAL  Per Sheet  DONNACONNA 4 X 8 X %  PV. HARDBO ARD 4 X 8 X y*  PV. HARDBOARD 4 X 8 X i/8  PV. HARDBOARD  4X8X 14  Utility Grade  $2.00  $3.tf0  $2-50  $2.40  SIMPSON CEILING TILES  16X16    Painted   Per Foot     '10%*  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  Phone Sechelt 60 ���  Rums  This advertisement is not published or displayed oy the Liquor Control  Board or by the Government of British Columbia  SPECIALS  MTT  DRYGOODS  MEN'S WORK SHIRTS  Grey Flannel Khaki Plaids and Heavy Plaids  (at reasonable prices)  MEATS  5 lb. average  per lb-  GRADE A FOWL  ROUND STEAK  Canada Choice A Grade       per lb-  BOTH SATURDAY ONLY  43^  76^  GROCERIES  ROVER DOG FOO(b   PACIFIC MILK.   FRASER VALLEY BUTTER^.   .  KRAFT SLICED CHEESE....  .3 tins  4 tins  .per lb.  ..i/2 lb.  34*  69*  35^  NEW OPERATING HOURS  Commencing Week of November 17  Store closed all day Monday  Open Tuesday to Friday from 9 to 6  Open Saturday 9 to 6:30  UNION RED AND WHITE STORE  - Union General Store  Phone Sechelt 18 8  The Coast News  Thursday  November  13,   1952  r^mr  CHURCH BAZAAR  IN PARISH HALL^  On Friday, November 7, a  most successful Bazaar was  held in the Parish Hall of the  St. Bartholomew's Church.  The weather was perfect, so  there was a. splendid atten-  danceof people talking a'dvan-  tageof the oportunity to buy  the good things provided  the good things provided.  ROBERTS CREEK PLANS  TEA AND BAZAAR  The Roberts Creek Auxiliary  an*nounces that plans h/ave been  laid for a Tea and Bazaar to  be held in the Legion Hall on  December 5th, between the  Shours of 2:00 and" 4:00 p.m-  For   your   rough   lumber   re.  guirenients, Call or Write  Crofiisten Lumber  Sechelt, B.C.  hm\\m\^b  FUEL OIL HOME HEATER  .vOC^>M'M��'>:-'.vl'  at A^ak^aiu| RA  only $16,45 down -  ��� EXCLUSIVE DUAL CHAMBER BURNER  ft AUTOMATIC POWER-AiR BLOWER  ��� CHOICE OF TWO SIZES  ft WAIST-HIGH CONTROL DIAL  !�� WASTE STOPPER AND HUMIDIFIER  ... '���>  Call 32 Gibsons  91  Ml  Sunset  Hard  ware  Your Progressive  Hardware Merchant  - i  Murdoch's  hyMYRT  Maybe' we can make the  deadline now that we have a  ' down mail'' on Monday .-Previously by the time the paper  arrived the news was.no longer  new-  Bill and Don McNaughton,  have just returned from a  three month's trip through the  Carriboo- They had a delightful holiday, hunting and fishing  on the way, and at last bagged  a moose. They travelled in  their truck which they converted into .a< comfortable home  on w. heels. We hear ' Don  brought back some good pictures, as he usually does, of  their  trips.  Mr- and  Mrs-.  J. Leith left  via the  "Jervis  Express"  on  Saturday to spend a few weeks  with   Mr.   Leith's   sister  Mrs.  'Morris  in   Washington.  Also on the Jervis was Ned  Garvey, who has recently been  a patient ' in, St- Mary's Hospital- He was om his way to  Shaughnessy Hospital. Royal  Murdoch was on the sick list  last week too, but we are glad  to. say he's up and around  again, '  We're pleased  to hear that-  Len Hambley will be back from  Shaughnessy this week.  ,  Pender Harbour  Fisherman Dies  Funeral /Services for Mr-  Lynn Davis, who passed away  suddenly on Monday November  3, were held Friday November;  7th from St. Mary's Chapel,,  ��� ��� Garden' Bay. ' :". ,y.-,  The Rev. A. Greene-officiated. Hymns sung during the  Service were "Rock of Ages"  and "Abide. With me" Mr-  Davis of G��irden Bay* presided  at ?;the orgon-.  y Pa,l| ;Biea>r e r s were Jim  Cameron, E.' Lee, Norman Lee,  Frank. Lee, Wilf Klein and Bil 1  Davis.  ... Internment took place in the  family plot, Francis Peninsula  cemetary, were graveside service was also conducted by the  Rev. Mr. Greene- ''���"������ -'������ r.  Noticeable among- the mainy  florali trihut?es? was a lovely  heart from JSdith and kirls, and  an a*nchor;frbih the*'Family-?r  A grealvniany friends gathered to-pay their last respects to  a good ^neighbor and fellow,  fisherman.  FUN AND GAMES  AT REDROOFS HALL  Halfmoon Bay Aimliairy  plans an evening of Bingo, fun  and sales at. the Redroofs Hall  on December 5th, starting at  8:00 p.m. They extend'a hearty  welcome to everyone- 'N  STAFF CHANGES  ON COAST NEWS  The Coast News welcomes a  new member on its staff.-Mrs-  Do. Wortman ?has taken, over  from. Les Rimes who left us  two weeks ago.  Y>I2iC��S'. SL^IHED  on these used cars  1938 HUDSON  37 CHEVROLET  36 DODGE  34 OLDMOBILE  31 PLYMOUTH'  coupe ^$195  sedan 275:  sedan ���....Z. 175  sedan 175  coupe       125  We will slash $50 off any of the above prices, for 6ne week  ALL CARS LICENSED  Car Sales  Ross Roth  Phone Gibsons 102 W  (Continued from page 1)  farmers of Canada are now  more prosperous than they  ever were. r  Mr. Sinclair hoped that he  would be able to do a good job  in his new position oi' Minister  of Fisheries, but that Mr.  Mayhew's example would.be  a hard one to follow-  The ?Fisherman's strike was  discussed and high praise was  given to the Indian Fishermen  for the capable way in which  they had handled their affairs  at that-time,....,..-,.  Clarence  Joe,   Secretary   of  the local Indians, told the meet--  ing of the advances his people  were  making,  assisted  by  the*'  efforts of the Native Brotherhood- He announced a meetiiig  of   the   Council   in   the   near  future  for. the   el e c t i o.ri   of  officers.    These    are    held - in  accordance with Canadian procedure, with the proper use of  the Secret Ballot.  ..Veterans'    Legislation    was  discussed with many questions  being asked and answered-  A raffle was held to help  defray the expenses of the  evening arid prizes were won  by Miss Angus, VON, by Dr.  McColl, and Miss B- Seaman,  VON. 'The serving of refreshments concluded  the  evening-  AUTO ROBES  TAKEN FROM TRUCK  Bill Brandon reports a slight  accident to his truch on Saturday last. Mrs. Billie.' Pye,  driving along the road through  the Indian^eserve, turned out  to permit.??l| ear lo pass, struck  a soft shoulder and turned the,  truck over.  ^ Fortunately    no     one    was  ���injured   <amd   damage   to^ the *  -truck was slight. '   *��� "  -   What rea% hurts,   Bill  reports, is'tfie fact that during  the time the vehicle was left, ���  waiting removal,,, every moveable thing was stolen from it,  including; two auto robes.  Use Th0-..iG6ast- News Classified  ���^  THE SEASON FOR FALL PARTIES IS HERE  and we aii ready to help you dress for them.  Smart colors��� new fabrics, like Kasha and Avrid.  ^ There are orne-plecfy twe, piece styles,  smart  Nylon Blouses ��� but you should see them!  In smart dress or casual skirts, we can match any  selection anywhere/ and they're RIGHT^  TilSELySWPE  Sechelt; B.Ci;  7&��4e yk�� % Tl^t^  s;  ���w--*"'  This Little Beauty is  A General Electric "Clock Raclip,,  And will start your day either way���with music  ^ or a Pleasant Alarms -  SET IT AND FORGET IT  GIBSOM ELECTRIC  *���_ " ' A .r -"���  -  Phone 45 "      ' " "'Gibsons  y \ "  PAINT UP FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON  PraI! iV Lumber!  Paints & Varnifc  ������< u  *��*b.  ��*&��  It's the NEW  HGMELITE  Chain  Saw  Straight Blade or Bow Saw  iiiiiiiiiiHiiin  Lighter ��� Tougher ��� Cheaper  THIS PILE OF CHIPS  AIN'T <**% HAY!"  :*~V-  27 lbs...* H.P.  MontPow^r  P*r Pound  Thou Any Of tor $ow  See it in action. Let us give you a free  demonstration. This new saw ,.,  built and backed by Homelite, manufacturers of more than 300,000 gasoline engine driven units ... is the best  that you can buy.     -      *     *-       *"-*������  ��� They're "big blue chips" to men iri the chofn  taw game because they were made with hard-,.-  chromed .OREGON�� Chipper Chain, the chain  .   that gives any saw, regardless of make, a bigger, '  steadier timber cutting capacity.  .. ��Ho~? OREGON�� Chipper Chain is a speedy,  smooth running, trouble-free performer.' Quality  > yspdei ft stands up, stays sharp longer. Featuring  exclusive Fast-File Tooth, it can be easily, quickly  filed on' Ihe saw bar bythe operator. .Saves time ,  out, filing expense.  ''��� Guaranteed, approved by practical woods.  ,snen, OREGON�� Chipper Chain fits all makes, wilt  get you more chips (and doDars) from your chain  ���ow. -^5,  3>tmmnifMft*mt Qtadlf-^bfp. 9ml  gSDMSMSi '"-MM? INSTtUCTIONfr"  OpyrifM. JfS��, fcy Or^m Saw CM* Corp.  \  Chains  To Fit  ALL SAWS  X  Ask For A Demonstration  AT  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Peninsula Agency  PHONES ���64 or 78 ���GIBSONS


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