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 Provincial   Library,  Victoria,   8.   C.  Phone your news or  orders to  Calbsons 45.  \  Sixth Year of Publication  Thursday September 25,1952      Vol. 6 -^    Published in GIBSONS, B.C.     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  TB X Ray Ofiit  oming Oct 7  Finding Out      TWO'  ' A che^t X-ray unjit^will visit  the Peninbulai startihg^ October  7 when X-raying will commene  in. Gibsons. The unit will remain  - on the Peninsula until October  22 when it will be stationed  at Pender Harbour. Here is- a  schedule for the unit. The  location, of the unit each day  , will be -annouiDced later.  - The Break down X-ray. unit  will visit the Peninsula on the  following dates:  October 1, 8, /9,~Gibsojis;  10���Wilson Creek ^(including  ftoberts Creek), "l4^r-Selma.  Park, -15, 16,. 17���Sechelt,  20���Halfmoon Bay, 22���Pender  Harbour.   '  All adults and children over  15 years of age should -be  X-rayed with the exception" of  known tuberculous cases. The  ? publicity, and organization! of  these Clinicst is being handled  %by the Kinsmen in Gibsons,  the Sechelt Board of Trade,  ajn^ the Board of Trade at  Pender Harbour. This is a  splendid/*opportunity for everyone to have a .free Xrray. No  disrobing is  necessary.  The unit will arrive here 9n  ten large eases which -will be  unpacked in a suitable hall in  Powers X-ray Service Photo  This man is getting a chest X.ray  to check up on hia luriga because he  knows that if he gets tuberculosis it  can be found early by means of a  cliest-X-ray, and that tuberculosis is  easiest to cure when, found early.  Christmas Seal funds support X-ray  services" of the voluntary; tuberculosis associations.  each centre. The truck, on  which the untit is packed,vis  equipped with a 220^ waitt generator, and once the equipment  is set up the technician can  handle about 60 "customers''  an hour. ? ??  The   X-rays   are  taken   on  small 70 mm. film.  C. P. Ballentine Named  ommission  C.P. "Bat" Ballentiiiie, prominent businessman and member  of the Gibsons Board of Trade, was named by the village com-  misHioners to,, rill tire vacancy in their ranks created by the  resignation ot" Mrs. J&. A'cstnian. He was sworn in Tuesday evening at the regular meeting of the Commission. Mrs Nestman,  whose place hevfilfs^ has left Gibsons to reside at Selm&-Park.  With it^e?, iCpmmissiojn   how  r of the village. Be said-tkat it  ; was; oinly.. through   a  miracle  that no cases of polio had been  reported  jhere,   judging  from  the way  garbage  was strewn  - around    va'cant    lots.    Fellow -  commissioners were in complete  agr^nieiit with him on the need  for    the    garbage    collection  system, but they wanted to be  sure    the    dwindling    village  coffers   would   not   be   called  upon to finance the collections.  Commissioner Boucher also  asked tfiat no parking signs  be placed outside the fire hall,  and in front of the Bal Block.  A letter from the Women's  Institute complaining of the  litter caused by newsboys, at  the comer of the Highway and  the North Road was referred  back to them, suggesting that  ,the responsibility lay with the  Vancouver Daily Province and  !the Vancouver Sun. The request that waste boxes be  placed along the main street  was... not dealt with.  Commission^ moved a motion  to support "~Qualicum in a  motion to amend the Village  Municipalities Act to allow  for increasied taxati On to  finance village fire brigades.  SCHOOL TO EDIT  fi&B EA0H WEEK  ? Students of the High Sehool,  along with students from the  other schools' in the district,  will have their own page in  the Coast News?each week. The  school hasi named its own editorial board who will write the  vMews? Of school kandL?: teen-age  activities. Advertisers wishing  ? to us>e thepage are asked to  at    full \strehgth> v Chairman  James Drummond?named Gbm-  ' missioiTiier "Walter  Boucher  to  head    the    fina?nce ?-comittee,  ...X Commissioner X.Alf Ritchey   to  take care of roads and public  w or k s,   ^CommLisipner   ?-Jbe  ?,? Sch}ut^??to.- waiterJJsancLvCom-  ^?missibher Ballentine to' be in  charge of building inspection,  health,    and    fire    protection.  After    considerable    discussion on roads, which stemmed  from the warning in a talk to  the   Board   of  Trade   by   Col.  Paulin, Black Ball Ferry head,  that the "new ferry link would  create an unprecedented parking    problem    in     Gibsons!,"  Commissioner Joe,. Sehutz outlined a plan to make the School  Road,  above the Post  Office,  the main routefrom the High-,  "way to the ferry. - ' ���  He said that, with a1 hard  surface, the road was rvot too  steep to take care of four la>hes  of  parked  cars   awaiting   embarkation on the ferry.  Commissioners moved to  contact the provincial department of public works to study  the plan. ^&he route, from the -  maim .hiigihwayv to the, fei^y; ;  would open;the sehool'road as  'Si main, highway which -would??  be   the   responsibility   of ???they  province. v ?  Commissioner Walter Boucher  made mention of a plan/whereby the y i 11 a g e would? have  ^garbage collection. After con-  *siderable discuf i>ion, Commis- ?  sioners Boucher and Ba?llenti:iLe  were named; to study the..entire  garbage collection and ^disposal v  problem am*} report to the next  meeting Of the council;-:        X:.X^  Z. Mr. Boucher stated that the. hajve:?their advertising in the  intee-d for a garbage pick-iip_ Coast News office by Saturday  was most vital to the ^elfaire   noon.    :  On Trail Islands  Two teen-agers?, J^hn Barker  eyd Dave . Wilson,];?? are back  around after a badiscare and  a near^tragedy last Sunday  mcrning. '���.   .yy  With John's brother, Dave,  and his father; i?i��l Barker,  they all set sail eaHy Sunday  morning for fish-trig. When  their father wantecl to strip  east, the three boys asked to  be set;ashore on One of the  Trail Islands, off Seciielt.  Screams from youiwg Dave  Barker summonsed *the father  who found John and Dave  Wilson; lying 'unconscious  and bruised and cut-at the foot  of a cliff. He rushed them to  shore imi his" boat, called the  doctor, and after binding the  ^Cut^ and examining the boys;  he gave the good word���a few  cuts and bruises, but no bones  broken. w- *  Tug Master Dies  Well Known Here  Captain    A.     Clampitt    of  Vancouver, who was vacationing in Sechelt recently at the  home of his daughter and son-  in-law    Mr.    and v^frs.    Jack  Jiedman, died suddenly Monday  while at the wheel $?f his tug.  The veterajntowbojftma.n; died  of a heart attac^wliile bailing  ��� through? wate^4h% ?kneW  SK)  ;^well  and^l^|^^pia^^M!e>  ~ off the ^;T^i|51sland^:^ol tar  from the home of his daughter.  Capt. Clampitt is known all  over B.C.,  not  only  ais  a  tug  skipper, but as one of the prime  movers ?of the Dund a r a v e  swimming regatta., the Kelowna  . regatta,    and   other   sporting  ��� events.. He will be missed  as  much in sporting circles ay he  will be missed along the sea-  lanes of the Coast.  . "Mrs.   Clampitt   was���. staying  in  Sechelt with  Mrs.  Redmamj  when   the   news   came   of  her  husband's death.        ??  6 Plead Guilty  In Police Court  Peter and O b r i s t o !p he r  Trower, Port Mellon, pleaded  guilty   of  a   charge  of theft,  value,   under    $25.00,?   before  Magistrate   A.   Johnston*,   and  each was fined $25 and costs.  ?  James  Hamilton  and  Allan  Jackson were each  fined $10  "by    Magistrate    A. ;v Johnston  after v pleading  guilt^sto ..the"  charge  of  causing a? disturbance   in   the   Roberts-Creek  daiiee hall. ':y':  Harold Bernhof,-?? Gibsons,  was fined $20 and costs by  Magistrate? W? Johnston for  driving without due? care and'  attention?. He pleaded guilty.  .William -Joe, Sechelt Indian,;,  was fined $20 and costs for  being intoxicated on the Indiant  Keserve. He pleaded guilty  before Magistrate A. Johnston.  Di  iscusses  &  Kin fish Derby  To Be Held  Sunday  Sechelt Board of Trade council met last week to discuss  several important items of business, including the possibility  of publicizing the Sechelt Peninsula through a radio program.  President JUrnie Pearson; told the council that a proposal had  been put forward to schedule a radio broadcast, using Peninsula  talent, and publicizing the district. Mention was made of radio  station; CliUB, Nanaimo, one of the most-listened~to stations  along the Gulf Coast.   ���  While  nothing  definite   has  been done to line up a program, it was suggested that  Sechelt, Gibsons, and Pender  Harbour boards of trade might  get together to consider the  possibility of apprcaching the  management of CHUB for air  time. The council was interested in the propoisal anid turned  the matter over to the publicity commjittee for further  study.  Bill Swain., chairman of the  health and welfare eommitteer  told the council that arrangements were going ahead for  the board to sponsor the chest  X-ray survey ~ in the Sechelt.  area next month. Council also-  xliseussed the possibility of  getting a full-time dentist into  the district.  Folloiwttng  two   minor  accidents   involving   cows   on   the  road, and following complaints  p�� -.cows  trampling   gardens,  the council moved to look into*  Local Kinsmen will 'ru'irii their  ,?own "fishlhg derby on Sunday,  according to John Wood, chairman of the Kinsmen derby  committee. Club members, their  wives and families will fish  during the .day. At five p.m.  they will gather at the home  of J ohm Wood aind, if weather  holds fine, a beach supper will  be held on the beach. If the  weather changes, the gathering  will have to view the beach  from__the house.  This year's derby will.be.  limited to local Kinsmen and  their wive';. Johnny Wood,  however, plansi to put forward  a- proposal to hold a province-  'wji'de Kinsmen .s?|!mc|n derby  - here next year.  Tom   Darson,   pinch-hitting  in the chair for Mike Landrey -the matter of cows roaming at  who was attending the national,    large.  conYention of Kinsmen  Clubs        Jim Parker, chairman of the  in Vancouver, announced that    incorporation committee,\$tateicr..  ithe^h^i^^^  be in Gibsons early^nekt month    ih:gXthe feasibility- oof Sechelt  --on October 8, 9, and 10.. The  Kinsmen club wa'5 main.lv  responsible for getting the unit  . to ' come to this district, and  will be getting behind the drive  to promote the use of the X-ray  while it is here.  The club " also decided* to  spend $10 for toys for a young  boy seriously ill in hospital.  Magistrate Am drew Johnston  of Sechelt is to be guest speaker  at the next meeting of the club ;  .���'his s u b i e c t is to be the  Scandinevian  countries.  SECHELT FIREMEN  FIGHT DUMP FIRE  Sechelt Fire Brigade were  eajlled put to the garbage dump  Monday night aind most of the  boys spent the entire .nlight  fighting a persistent fire out  there. By early morning they  had the flames under control,  but all Tuesday the bojs had  over 1000 feet of firehose  strung out from the nearest  hydrant while two men kept  their eyes peeled for further  outbreaks.  beeiominig an improvement  district. While an* improvement  district does- not have an administrative body like a.village  council, the district would  benefit through obtaining  grants for water system, fire  protection, street lighting, and  other improvements. Campbell  jRiver is studying a similar  proposal, he *>aid.  During fire prevention week,  the Boai'd of Trade will meet  with the local fire brigade for  praictice and instruction, follow"  ing which a. social hour will  "bej ,spent, with Tefreshmenits?  served. While the board of~  trade sponsors the fire brigade,,  this will be the first time boarcg  members will have met with  the firemen in actual fire  practice.  ? A "VON official will be invited to address a general  meeting in the near future-  Purpose of the address will be?  to give members ah idea' of the-  services that the VON is able*  to supply; and to discuss problems, peculiar to  this  district-  Visitor From Manitoba  Likes Our Sunshine Coast  CHANGE OF P.O. HOURS  BEGINNING NEXT^WEEK  With a change in the Black  Bail Fer?ry schedule, there will  be a change in arrival and  departure of mail from Gibsons  area. Mail will arriveI .-'.'at 10  o.'clock but will not be sorted  until about nboni   Xv.  Mail.will close atv3:30 pm?,  with registered mail closing at  3 o'clock..    ���....'    ...�����,,.,;...��� ......,?._. .  Jack Aniderson, in his home  town in southern Manitoba, is  talking to his friends about  speVkied trout, cohoe, the  mountains of Howe Sound, the  beach at Sechelt, and the sunshine of the Gulf Coast.  He left Winnipeg last Friday  night, arriving in Vancouver  by plane early Saturday morning. Although it was his first  time inl B.C., he didn't take  time out to look around the  big city. He boarded the bug  immediately -for the Sechelt  ^Peninsula, arriving here Saturday morning.  Mr. Anderson travelled out  here to look, over  ai business  investment.  He's not only keen on the  business; he's now a real booster of the scenic beauty of the  Gulf Coast. He also sees a great  future for the area, and wants-  to get in oni its .growth.  But it isi the scenery he7&  talking about most to his  friendsi ba'ck in Manitoba). He-  was' so enthusiastic about the  Sechelt Peniinsula while here  that he almost made excuses  for his keenlness.  "I'm the kind  likes fishing and  hiking," he said,  country for me!"  He hopovto return, here soon.  of guy who-  hunting and  "This is the e>  2  The Coast News Thursday September 25,1952  V  Coast Mews  Member Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association.  (Established 1945)  Authorized  as  second  class mail,  Post Office  Department,   Ottawa,  SAM NUTTER, Production Manager  %. LES RIMES, Editorial Manager  I   . Published  Every  Thursday.  j Rates of Subscription: 12 mos. $3.00; 6 mos. $1.35; 3 mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign, $2.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45  Box 6, Gibsons. British Columbia.  it  VlonaiS  Have your bellows cheeked  Next month a TB X-ray unit will be visiting the Sunshine  Coastt, stopping at Gibsons, Sechelt, and other centres to give  i!ree chest X-rays, to anyone who Wishes to take advantage of  the service. The unit will be set up in a hall; there will be no  ���undressing; no long waiting.  This service is. one of the finest health services yet instituted in the province. It has, undoubtedly, save'd many lives  already. Similar units have been travelling all over the province  for the palst ten years, catching early victims of the dread disease;  catching them before the disease gets hold with an iron hand.  It's a free service, instituted for the people of the province.  None should be too busy or too lazy to take time out to visit  the X-ray unit when it comes to the Peninsula.  News we don't like  While the newspaper editor may be accused of trafficking  in news, there is, nevertheless, sotne news we don't like to print.  Some of the things we would hate to hiave to print are stories  that will have headlines reading something like this: "Hunter  Shoots Buddy in Mistake for Deer", or "Hunters Trample  Gardens on Deer Hunt," or Hunter's Campfire Causes Serious  Damage." .  With the deer season now open, let's be careful when we're  out to get our winter's meat. Just make sure it's a buck before  you shoot.  these eows got his property  through thcVeterans Land Act  |Japanese property),, on the  understanding that heZ was a  farmer; He does hot farm;? we  ha^e to buy our milk from  Vancouver. Occasionally he  sells beef. If the* Japanese  could keep their cows on the  land, why can?t the present  owner?  True; we do not haf e a fence;  only a laurel hedge. But, after  all, we are not in the "sticks'".  Unsightly  fences   do  not   improve property.  Mrs. G. Peterson.  AGRICULTURE  USES MOST MANPOWER  v Agriculture employs more  people than any other basic  InJdUBtiry in BuC, atad ranks  third im volume of total production. There are 32,000  people engaged in agriculture  im the province? In comparison,  logging employs 27,000 and  mining 17,000.  COWS DAMAGE  GARDENS  Editor, The Coast News.  Sir: ���  There lias been aX lot of distress around Sechelt. Many  out of work. owing to the  jogger'is'. strike and the fire  Reason. Those young enough  ,to go went to the pipeline  project. Others spent our hours  in our gardens.  My husband and I did this.  Our garden wias a show place  with all kinds of flowers; also  vegetables to keep us all winter.  Imagine our distress to have,  all this eaten up by cows which  roam at large here.  I'm not blaming the cows,  they don't know any better.  Indeed it is terrible to see the  treatment given these poor  animals, stoned and beaten  with sticks by everyone in the  place, and chased by savage  dogs.  Y understand the  owner of  Re Village-Bylaws-  Editor, The*Coast News,  Sir: ���  Referring, to the report of  proceedings covering the visit  of a d e 1 e g a t i o n from the  Gibsons- and District Ratepayers Association to the  , Village Commission meeting on  Tuesday, September 9, in the  interests of truth and justice  I think that I ought to confirm  the charge made by President  Wes. Hodgson of the ratepayers group that "Commissioner Joe Sehutz carried  on sprinkling activities when:  the sprinkling ban was supposed to be-in force."  Commissioner  Sehutz  is   reported as stating that"he had  not used water for sprinkling  during the ban" ail I can say  is,   that * on  August   ?lst.  last  between the hours  of around  9:45  p.m.   and  11:30  p.m:   or  later,the lawn of Commissioner  Sehutz  w^as  being sprinkled,  and that at least four reputable  citizens  of  Gibsons  observed  this procedure. May I further  repeat what I said in my letter  to the 'Coast News' of Augnst  14,    that   the    Village   Commission   was   well   aware ? of  these infractions of the sprink-..  ling regulations, and did  nothing about it.  I had hoped that it * would  not again be necessary to dis-  .   cuss this matter, but in  view  of the denial of Commissioner  Sehutz, and the fact that the  remaining    members    of    the  present   Commission   remained  silent when Mr. Hodgson made  his complaint, I find it necessary to write this letter.  .   iWhSitiever    differences     of,  opinion  we  may  have'in the  running of our village affairs,  let us try and at least exhibit  some  morale in  carrying  out  our duties, as" citizens,  and.it  is up,to, those /that., we place in x  public   off ice ? to   show   some  leadership in this regard.  Robt.^ Macnicol.  Editor's Note: We understand, now, that our report  was in error: We understand  that Mr. Sehutz said he did not  sprinkle after he became" a  commissioner^but he did admit  sprinkling while he was a  "ratepayer".' ���..".'"'"':  �����! I       ������    I   ���  I      I'l    ������ ��� II.   .��� I      -     -���������II      ��� -���������������    Ml II? I    ������ ���   -���  FRASER RIVER HAS  GOOD COCKEYE CATCH  Fraser River Sockeye Catch  to date is' approximately  2,249,000 fish -1,145,000 to  Canada and 1,104,000 to U.S.A.  This gives a^total pack of  about ^4 millioni? cases divided  between the two countries. It  is the largestvpack of the cycle  (and an)'. *cof|,cycle'' at that)  sinee 1912 ?}vg.th the possible  exception of 1936.  Is ;��� ?;?;;���  Canada's  Bank of Montreal  ���\    ' ���:��� :-ZyZJyXy    -v,/,.,. Z/X:  WOgKlNG-WlT^tAHAJViA^S IMEVEgYWAU OF LIFE SIMCE-1817  Gibsons Bramch: THOMAS LARSON, Manager.  Sechelt (Sub-agency); Open Tuesday and Thursday  Port Mellon (Sub-agency):        '  ���'.       Open Friday  ;     Tienna  offers the  ultimate  in telephone service. ?By dialing  one number, you can, get a  recorded snow report for skiers,  by. dialing another number you  get bujs and train .schedule.  Another number gives you a  recorded recipe, while another  gives football results.  Datest" innovation now isthe^  dial number for musicians. Any  musician in Vienna can pick;  up his telephone, dial a certain  number, and get a true "A"  tone so that he can tune his  yiojin or piano.  itnother recent innovation is  a~ recorded bedtime story for  youngsters who, dial the bedtime story number.  FUN^ FOR ALL SHOW  RETURNS TO CKWX  ; Ilay Ward Dickson returns  to ���' CKWX, ;Vanieotuyer,. with  another   fast-moving   show���  "Turnjabout.>' One of Canada's,-  liveliest, quiz shows, it features  Ray Ward Dickson's uncawny  spe?lling ability and rapid fire"  tempo. As most contestants .in  thir* quiz  show  get the worst  of it, Roy lets his victims hay.e  a chance^ to get back at him.  & ?Turnabout began last ?Friday .-  'evening at 8:30 p.m., and cohn  tinues throughout the Pall and  winter season.  FOR THE VERY  :"   FINEST ��� ;  HARDWARE  CHINA and DRYGOODS  groceries ��� drugs  Ashing suppbies  home essentials  MURDOGHVS  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  ROY WARD DICKSON  and two of his Fun Paraderc.  More rollicking shenanigans are in store  for listeners thia season Vac Roy Ward  Dickson puts his contestants ,through'  their paces on this.weekly half hout?  program. - L ���������}': ''. V v-  ��� -.'.-:       ,  -V \' v.     ~       '    - -; ' ���  Qja/ 980 every Wednesday.  m  This advertisement is not published or displayed by  ihe Liquor Control Board'or by the Government of  . British Columbia.  StMy  NOTICE  if  /  Schedule Change  BLACK ���BALL FERRIES  Schedule No. 3 ��� cancelling Schedule No. 2  Effective Sept 29, 1952  Subject to change without notice  5     Round Trips Daily     5  ���-���&&���  Lv. Gibsons  7:00 "a.m.  10:00   a.m.  1:09 p.m.  4:00   p.m.  7:00 pan. .   \  ��Lv. Horseshoe-Bay  8:30 aan.  11:30 a.m.  2:30 p.m.  5:30 p.m.  *:30  p.m.  Gibsons - Keats- Island - Gambier - Island  Every Monday  Lv... Gibsons  JLv.   View' Brighton  tif.  Keats Isl^rl  Aw. Gibsons.    ,    ,  9:30 sum.  9:00 a.m.  9:30 a as.  9:40. a.m.  7:00 p.m.  7:30 pan.  8:00 p.m.  8:10  p^a.  Black Bali Ferries Ltd.  HORSESHOE BAY B.C.  Phone Whytecliff 3581 SEPTEMEpfeR 29.  we 8&uiicl FalI Fair  Kk-PRAW OF PRIZE TICKETS  First Prize, for $10,       Ticket 122  ���      Second Prize, for $5,"  Ticket 418  If you have either of these tickets bring then along  to Norman Sergeant, Committee Chairman.  \^ -0T Seagrams w^Smft  This advertisement is not published or displayed by  x the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  ^BW>* *"������**"*��� **  >*W  HOW MANY  YEARS 'TIL  YOU  ARE 65?  {  /���  J!e& <%gcg9U AT 65 YOU'LL NEED  A RETIREMENJ INCOME. It's human to  put things off, but planning a retirement  income now costs you less in the long run I  A Canadian Government Annuity is a  posin>e~savings program. At 65 you can  receive a regular monthly income for life,  guaranteed by the Government of Canada.  A "*~ ^�� me^icol exam required. If you miss a  '^ X   payment your contract won't lapse.  /  PLAY SAFE .. . FOR SECURITY ...  INVEST IN A GOVERNMENT ANNUITY!  FIND/ QU^HOW  LITTLE   IT  COSTS   YOU   NOW  llikll'?#��? -tt^'tnmaat,,Canodta'n\Qov*rnrMnT Annwlti**.*    !  / B*l����lmiMif of Labour, Ottewo. (Totlag* Frss.r    [  Please {send me Informqtibn showing hew a Canadian     J  CANADA  DEPARTMENT  OS?   LABOUR  Government Annuity can brine me security at low cost. j  ^���'��� - ���; ������>������ : ��� ���        ������������������ -.^ . i  My'namejs-.;... ....?.  I  (Mr./Mrs./Mlw) :\        .,        ' I  ������'��� -r--y:..y-.        yyryn:-. j  l ?: I llve.otj.;;.;..! ;...............?...��� Z...  *���!.. Xy' y'y: "'yy Xy.   ,??.   .^:;.in.Z;..?;M?;';......���..:..^Dote of 8lrm.......  >���**���**��������������i��������������������*���*���<  Age when Annuity tostart......... Telephone..,,   anaoa  risl  Thursday September 25, 1952 The Coast N.ews  gin  neome  When this year is over, one  million Americans will have  spent one billion, dollars in  foreign^ tray el. This w a lot of  money^ but is only half /"in  comparison, to what it was in  192^, considering-U.S. national  income. :  Canada and the West Indies  received 46 per-cent of the U.S.  travel'expenditure, which is a  good percentage: But Mexico's,  showing jumped from only ' 8  percent in 1929 to 22 percent  this year. Europe has received  lest* U.S. travel income Jthis  year than in-1929; however,  fnew liners, phis air travel^  will make travel to and from  tlje United St/ates more inviting.  While Canada's tourist  income is oh the increase, its  percentage of total "take" is  falling off. Probably this is  due to the poor condition of  our roads ais well as to the  fact that we try to make ourselves "carbon - copies" of  American living, rather than  distinctive Canadians.  We seem to think the American tourist will be happier to  see our cafes "advertise "Ca'pe  Cod Oysters" rather than  '' Pender Harbour Oysters,''  ���."Idaho potatoes" rather than  '"Ashcroft potatoes" and California orange juice rather than,  our own Okanagan apple juice.  . iW|e stili think we 11 attract  American tourists by flying  the Stars and Stripes all over  the place, showing American  movies, and talking about their  coming election, ar* if we were  right in the midst of it.  The truth is that the Aiheri-  can tourist wants to forget all  these things when he is holidaying.. He wants to think of  Canada' more as a land of the  Union Jack, ^reat^ forests,  fishing, mountains;'" prairies,  andthe RCMP.v: yy  Mexico, ^6; the American  tourist, is typically Mexico.  But Canada appears much the  same? ?.?ast, 'his,? home:x town in  'Montana ;or ?J��iebraska;;br New  Jersey..;'.,..,'.. .;'���?���?* . Z:yy,y.  "'   '  What we need here on 'the  Peninsula is a good highway.  But that is not all. We must  create a distinctive pattern of  life to attract the tourist.  Tiie biggest advantage In  telling the truth is that - it's  much easier to remember what  you said. -?.>?���'   :  Stratford Kindergarten,  under the able leadership of  Mrs. Helen Galliford, opened  it's doors last Monday with an.  enrollment of 19 little students,  ffhey hav)e spent busy days  indoors and out, preparing for  graduation? into the elementary  t^ihool THeir studies include  pony riding, block-building,  painting at small sized red  easels, rythm band and a  variety of subjects all serving  to bridge the gap between  babyhood and childhood. Most  visitors to the school have made  the same remark, namely, "I  wish 1 could go to kindergarten."  Halfmoon Bay  Rough & Planed Lumber  Fhone   Halfmoon   Bay   7Z  Wm.  McFADDEN  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Every day except Thurs.  Why go to Vancouver for  ' Optical Service ?  $150,000 has been loaned out by tha ROBERTS CREEK CREDIT  UNION since 1941.  /  MURRAY  So Right and So  WEATHERTIGHT.  ASPHALT SHINGLES  > Qucdity-built of thick, asphalt-  kimpregnated felt, covered with beautiful   :  mineral granules for extra weather  protection and fire resistance. Can Be  applied right over your old roofing. Rich  solid colors and style-perfect blends.  Call or drop in for full-color booklet  and information.  Gibsona Building Supplies Ltd.  ��� Telephone Gibsons 53 ���  Your Murray mnd Donaacoaa Headquarters  stAiHliSS Stilt DOUBlf TUB  EVERLASTING '�������� RUST-PROOF  PLUS ��� :'rtiitSiwl'^������l��S A����P��. Wo��hw a full  ??v1o*d|li^?t* 8 minute*.  Cleanest Washing  ?-;A^^i��ftOwn..' ���  *LUS     Beotty Giant P���� Wringer. One pleee Cart  Iron with balloon r��||��. Shift Easy Wringer  s?       Levefond Pressure Control. "  WiJS     Famous Beotty Direct Drive (No Belts) mech.  -       enlsm.wlth boll bearings. Only 8ve working  oarts. More powerful thon any other.  $7*6.50 for your  old fashioned  !  }      >WJP    S undaretand that (nformation qIvmi wHI be held confidential.      I  >; < ������  unset  j. Wood  ware  J.  Clements The Coast News Thursday September 25,1952  Por^Mellon  t&fcy&^X.%X'&yiy<t& y^my-Xy ym.*,? xm^&Wk'&~:>*:&^&te*>M  ROYAL CITY RESIDENT  DOES HIS SHOPPING HERE  It doesn't happen very often.  However, it does happen occasionally. ~ A   resident   of   New  Wesminster walked into Howe  Sound Trading  Company  last  week, ordered an International  Harvester refrigerator, and had  it shipped to hist home in, New  Wei fiminster./ Which   goes   to  show that ..eveail.folks from the  cities  are finding that choice  of goods, and price of goods is  hard   to    beat   around   these  parts.  THE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  FOR SALE,    *  28 inch  cast iron wood and  coal  xurnace with  casing,  $25.  Bot> Emerson Pnone 90W  ���9 ���       ,  Alder  wood,   $10.50  per   cord;.  Fir  wood $11.50 per  cord, delivered.  E. McCartney.  R.R. ,1.,  Gibsons, >  Plione 20 Li tfn.  Heintzman and Co. Piano $275.00?  t/pper  Road  opposite  old Roberts  cpeK   Elementary   Schpoi.  :   ���    .?  M. Paterson R?R.l. Gibsons^     '  *  40  ijot  and  small  cottage  on  water.  Apply George Bell Grantnams Ldg.  *n�� >  '���.  .  Six hens, $1.25 each; Pishing rod,  Jamaica cane, English bakelite reel,  Nylon   line,   40   lb.,   $5.00; . Cabin  wardrobev 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  ��ach;    Treadle    sewing    machine,  $5.00; Ladies English bicycle, $19.50;--  Yiking battery radio, 6 tube, $16.50;  Rogers mantle radio, electric, $6.50;  100; glass sealers, pints and quarts,  '���5'"cents each; cups, niugs, saucers,  plates,   glasses,   knives,   forks,   etc.  Commercial fishing gear and other  things   too   numerous  to mention.,.  on view at the  cottage.. Must, be  sold as I am leaving the district.  .  P. Williams, Brynmsur, Bay Road,  Headlands.  Bough  and  Planed  Lumber  if     "Phone   Half moon   Bay   7 Z  KOLTERMAN SAWWHIXS ^?  'y       Halfmoon Bay '   V      ?"?' ;���':  FOR RENT ~  Three room cottage with, light aiid -  plumbing. Phone Gibsons 7Q.  WORK WANTED  uon't look "down at the heels."  Bring your shoes in/to* McLean's  Shoes, Gibsons, for expert .efficient,  48 hour repair service,    v        r :.  Spray and-Brush  paper hanging.; J.  Gibsons 33?v   ?/"   !  Painting;   also  Melhus.  Phone  "zX:   tin  Daves \0"reg;e^hf^v..^qe^cedvEieCsr  trician. Madeira Park. Pender Harbour.      ,. ,; '?'? ���     tfn  WATCH^ IMPAIR ��� All types of  watchesliand jewelry repaired. Re.  liable, fast, efficient. Union General  "Store, Sechelt. .  tfn  ? WA?NfTSp TO KENT   '/  WANTED to rent, with option to  l>uy if possible, a large house in  Gibsons. Apply Box ii; Coast News.  39  PERSONAL i  Anyone, with small capital invest-  ment, Vinterested in low grade  ininerai, fair showing, near tacans_  portation, please write Box 17? the  Coast News  Gibsons B.C.  40  PERSONAL STATIONERY  PROGRAMMES  RUBBER?STAMPS..'yy-  "^q^'^vM^Z^^^^^^'- ??���;?;>;. ���.  Pentecostal Sunday  School Has Contest  JPupiJb of the Gibsons Pentecostal   Sunday  School  have a  "contest'.'  under  way   to   see  who   can /become  the  best  -"Fisherman." They are fishing  for  new  members���boys   and  girls   who   are   not   attending,  any Sunday School. Nine new  pupils   were   brought  in  last  Sunday,   the  first  Sunday   of  .their "fishing derby." ' ���  : -Contest will close at Christmas when two prizes will be  given��� one for the boy and  one for the girl who brings in  the vmost newcomers. The girl  -will receive a lovely missionary  dbil,jwith complete wardrobe;  the boy will-receive a woodworking   client.   Motto   of   the  contest  is:   ChikTreni  brought  up in Sunday School are seldom'  brought up in, court."  ���' w- . ��������� . - . _.,  Church Services  ANGLICANCHURCH  September 28, 1952  16th Sunday after Trinity  St. Bartholomew's  Church.  Gibsons  11.00 a.m.  Sunday 'School  P-SO^p.m. Evensong     ;     ������;.  St. Hildfe  11.00 a.m; ��urrifey School  11.00 a.m. Holy Communion  St. Aidan's Church     y  ���i;   Roberts Creeks  ?  ? 2.0Qf p.m.  Evensong  PENTECOSTAL  TABERNACLE  ?      Sunday Services;:  ':M; M5 4;m;^;^nday School  inOO a.mT ?Dev6tionaI  ?   7:30 p.m. Evangelistic  -    Prayer and Bible Study  :'"'���'     ^Wedhesday 8-p.m.  Young ^People's,??? Friday, 7:3Cf  .#6me of the  excellent courses  ..vV;-   ���-__,j;---.----���:���.���.. ���:-jv"'/��v    '���::'.".���. :. .'���  ri^fuvdrl     o-f ' facta    Y��o rt nfinnp    -P-pftm  Wilson Creek  2,  p.m.  Sunday   School  Evangelistic   Service  Tuesday 8 p.m.  Roberts Creek ~  Service  Monday,  7:30  By Mrs. Swan   ' .-  Mr. and Mrs. Ja<& Campbell,  Hillside, were guests of honor  at aj farewell  surprise   part^  when  over t h i r t y  of  their  friends from Hillside and Port  Mellon met to bid them goodbye.  During the  e v e ni n, g,  Eileen  Seheidigger  presented  the   couple   with . a   pair   of  beautiful wali plaques on behalf of the guests. Mr. anid Mrs'.  Campbell,  who   have  been   in  Hillside for many years,  will  .be missed  by all  of us.  With a bottle of chaanpagne  amd  all. the  trimmings,, 'Mrv  Gordon Peterson christened her  husband's  boat,   Pidilia.   The  boat was  designed., and  built  by   Gordon,   assisted   by-his  father,  Mr.  Sig.  Peterson.  It  is ja cabin cruiser, 34 feet long,  and powered with  a 260 hp.  engine. It is af beautiful job;  a credit to the builders,   '*  The Softball season wound  up with the painters defeating  the machine shop 10 to 7.  The stork paid an early  ^visit to the Klatt home in the  wee sma' hours of Monday.  After quite a bit of evcitement,  X>rr Hugh Inglis arrived by  speedboat, from Gibsons to take  oyer thVsitua?tion.  Our  congratulationis  to   tlie  Al Boyce's on the "birtli of a  daughter.  Johnny Stewart is back home,  but still  under 'the   doctor's*  care, after making a rush trip  to St. Pauls Hospital, Vancouver.  Yourilg Robert Gill spent  a few da^s in . the  Children,^  Hospital getting rid of tonsils  and adenoids.  ?_;Sorry   to   hear   our   geniat  chief engineer, Fred Bancroft.  is in hospital. He was all set  to   come   home   Monday,  but  suffered a further relarv>e.  Art HurcLmade short work  of a bea'r which hap been  making a huisainlce of himself  in the upper townsite.  U.B.C. Announces  Night Classes  Qiir University of' B.C. has  a n n p uneed" a great many  courses in a variety of subjects,  beginning ^the�� -end of this  month. Although residents of  the Peninsula cannot get in to  iVancbufver. and back in the  Same evening, interested  persons' may want to consider  ^xWym^x '^&4��Z��x^��%*M. ���  z t^^iigl^gg^ y &*:&**  11 j r< n i ii ��� 11 ri iVrrifc r/j i<<^MC^w<*B ���>��i*ri��4^i urw jtvju p i j j ^n,rmr>i,j>fiwi'^*rfm����Wifi.iuru Mi�� <w^ nw^*  iTS  ���*���+** "*��  ��;-���  , "^'^p,*  mum  jujuiL .ii'Ji irn I'll'" ''i   "'"        ��������� m'    ������ ��� ������,''    ���" " ���-'���' ---rii  f..',.���.-.... *, , ^,.^���.���J������^.-^^.,^.;^,^ ��.^��  .  CREDIT UHIONS CAN SOLVE YOUR  FINANCIAL PROBLEMS  /���  B.C. CREDrr JINIONS"��� have loaned put $38,000,000 since  beginning about 12 jrears ago.  their  X-  p.m..  UNITED CHURCH  ���Gibsons:  9.45 ai.m.- Sunday  SShool'  11.00 a.mi Public Worship  Roberts Creek:    *  2:00 p.m. Public Worship  Selma Park:  ^.30 p.m. Public Worship  Port Mellon:  7.30 Friday Evenings  An invitation is extended to  all who have no Other church  home. ���..���-'���.' l.  St. VINCENT'S MISSIONS  \     Septemlwap 28, 1952  Holy Family���.-7-' Sechelt  ?:' -9. "a.m?.-: '.;���,  St. Mary��� Gibsons ���-11 a.m.  .   October 5, 1952  St. Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 9 a.m.  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  11 a.m.  offered at > fees , ranging- from  ���������$4:06 "-up. Among courses offered iafe: Traffic Management,  Spanish���Business Law, Pottery,  Personnel Management, B.C.  Faces ,,cth"e>.;-Future, Piano and  Viol i.jiv1 works,- ,-advertising,\  writing, photography, the Bible  as literature, interior design,  Russian, and'motor mechanics.  Calendars..can be obtained by  writing 'the; ?Efxtension Depart-,  hient, U.&CfG y   '  The  Extension   Department,  a - service* \ for   adult   British  ,Columbians^a*lso offers lectures  , for    local    groups,    discussion  material, 1 jlibrary     facilities,  phonograph  -recording   loans,  and loans  of filmst  and  projectors.  <  PIONEER FROM CREEK  MARRIES IN ROYAI CITY  .,-'Interesting' news   conies!  ito  us that Mr. Joe Smith, pioneer  'of t^hisi district,  has recently  married and is living in New  /Westminster,   where   he   has  purchased a'-house. Mr. Smith  came to Jioberts  Creek  near  the turn of the century and has  resided here continuously until  a year *^r so  ago,  when ill-  health forced him to enter* a  nursing home  in  Vancouver,  after  which   he  spent  a   few  months with his granddaughter  in^an Francisco.  Sucre Lumber Co. Ltd  Saw Mill, and Planer  North Road, Gibsons,        Phone 82  Good Quality  SHIPLAP all -size - dimensions  rough or dressed  SPECIAL gooff mil! run  f 1x4   TAG    $58.00. *  y   v  For Deliveries Phone Gibsons 68S or 82  a.  \  Ijibsons Theatre >f Sechelt Theatre  \  Monday 7 2nd 9  Tuesday S p.m.  Olivier, ��� Jennifer Jong  CABBIE  J  Wednesday  Oct:  1,^-  8 pjn.  Friday,   ��, 7 and 9  KANGAROO  Technicolor^   .  '   i?'nmecl m Australia   ���  Thursday    8  p.m��  Saturday, 7 and 9  Jane Foweil       Fred Astaire  BOYAi   WEDDING  Monday 7 and 9  .. Tuesday 8 p.m.  1HAS    ANYBODY    SEEN .  I MY  GIjRL?  ledtalcolcr  f  r  Wed?nesd��y  Oct." 1,  -  8 p.ni.  /Friday���ta be played at times  noted. ,  At>��x>tt ^nd Costello  . ^     LOST'lN   ALASKA  7  p.m, and 9:40 p.m.  " - -    - \ also  Ciaudette  Colbert  LET'S   MAKE   IT  LEGAL -  8:20 pan.  .   Thursday   \8  p.m. ^    \  KANGAROO  Technipolor  filmed  in Australia  KBIS A TOUGH  80ARP, 409 if  cois op FAsrr  INSULATES, BUILDS  4/ OHi COST  Investigate this proven Insulating Sheathing that means  more rigid, instruction, better insulation,flower application costs. Every fibre of these. large panels is treated  ��� with> a special waterproofing asphalt io give greater  strength and greater weather-resistance. Use Dohndcona  KB Sheathing in place of wood sheathing. Call us for  full information. >��� ,-���>-*_  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  Phone. Sechelt 60 LOCAL CHRISTENING  A   christening    61   interest  took    place    Sunday ? at    St/'  Aidan's Church when the.^maH  daughter   of   Mr.    and   Mrs.  easiip (nee 4higail Downes)  reteeeiyecl the names' Dianna  Elizabeth. The baby is the  grahdctaghter of Mr and Mrs,  h\ Uo'wnes.  _!i^s25MEE55i;J;Jc32^^HB5��ji:?  wmea^mxm&  Oct. 1, ��� Gibsons, in School ?Hall  ���Gibsons Badminton Club will be  starting. 8, pan. Everybody welcome,  new   members  cordially   invited���  come   on up�����njoy  yourself���its  Jots off fun and exercise ��� you will  really enjoy it.  ; October it) -r- Gibsons, 6:30 pjn.  Gibson Memorial "United Ciiurch,  iTiianfcsgivmg TUrkey Dinner in the  pnurcn Han, a real hpme^cooked  itreat.   ���- ''/."'  ; October 23 -- ..Gibsons, St.  ?Bartnoiornews ? Church '.fur key  Supper; 6:30 pjn., keep this date  open for a delicious supper.   .  tiov. 7, ��� Gibsons, St. ?Bartholo-  inews Bazaar and Tea.  Nov. 18��������� Gibsons United Church  /WA sale of work.  ������ Nov. 23, ��� Roberts Creek, St.  ;Aidans W.A. in church hall, fall  hazaar.Vsewing table, home cooking^  X.mas cards.  msons  Opens Hew Season  Q'ibsonis  Elementary   Siehool  F~TA was off to a good start  for the i952~19i3 school year  with  fifty members  attending  the first meeting on September  16. Executive - officers for the.  year are I Honorary President,  (GvlK-. -Watts;   Present,   Mrs.  \NcJrman ?Hougih;  Vice   PrfcsS-  dent,    Mrs.    Lock    Knowles;  Recording Secretary, Mrs. Geo.  Cresswell jsOorrespondinig Secretary,    Mrs.    R..C.    Ritchey;  Treasurer,  Mrs.   E.D.  ?Davies;  Programme, Mrs A.E. Ritchey;  Hospitality,  Mrs*  A.   Pilling;  Mags(2ine,  Mrs.   R.  Emerson ;  ^Membership,'   J.E,     Connor;  ���Publicity,  Mrsl.   J.^B.   McKay.  The  Talent  Night * Committee  consists of Mrs. D. Poole, Miss  Mary Donald and Les Peterson;  Kepresenttative  to  the  V.O.N,  Auxiliary is Mrs. McKay.  The annual tea for mothers  of beginners wat>> held in the  Grade One classroom* on September 17.   ^  in :order to help wipe out  the deficit following publicai-  tion of the High School Anniual,,  the PtTA purchased four copies  of the year , b o ok, "The  Sentinel". These may be  bought from the P~TA by anyone who has not yet been able  Seche  Thursday September 25, 1952  The Coast News  Each Week we will feature a real  T-tO obtain a copy.  good bay ��� it wilt?, pay you to checK  these as they  appear.   ..........  THIS WEEK'S FEATURE BUY  5 acre farm-^-aU cleared���fenced-*  comfortaJjle 4 room home, large  chicken house, garage, fruit trees,  year round stream, inside plumbing,  rare  bargain  at $2650      '  FOR RESULTS LIST YOUR  PROPERTY WITH  ��� the ���     "  Totem   Realty  Phone Gibsons 44   .  ,-i  fzam  ;.��s35W^a~l-.-ss3  m  A report on the National  Film Board showinigs was given  by Mr. A.S.. Trueman. There  will be eight circuits of four  weeks eaieh, .commencing September 18.v iThe next circuit  will start about the middle of  October; posters will announce  the exact date. As in the paist,  the films will be shown in the  old Legion Hall.  . Programmes for the year's  meetings have beent planned.  lAjt the uexfr P'-TA meeting,  October 20, Mr. G.R. Watts,  principal of the, Elementary  School, will explain the new  report cards aind -. discuss^ the  present educational philosophy  of the Departmentt of Education. '~\   *  \  '  ,A    cup" shower; has    been  ^arranged for the October meeting. All members are asked to~  contribute  cups.  -On October 4, there will be  Jhe fifth annual join^B.C/OV  P-TA' meeting at Madeira Park'  Sehool. Pender Harbour. Bus,  transportation, has been arranged but is limited, but all those  who can attend and are able to  arrange private transportation  are" cordially invited. Tea and  coffee ^will be provided by the ���  Pender Harbour P-TA.  Mrs. Dora Mellish gave a  most interesting and informative talk on-the development,  aims, and objectives of the  P-TA.     *  SOCIAL EVENING HJJLD  . "*A   social-evening   followed  the r e_g u 1 a r session  of the"  Eastern    Star    Chapter    last  Thursday,  honouring  Mrs.  Pearl Osborne, former Worthy  ffci, .��W��,��m��ni is no. published or Matron ��* ^ 1<>Cal C^te?>  AspUyed by th�� Liquor Control��� Board or ^f^; holding an Office m  by tke Government of Briti.h Columbia     G^and   Chapter.   By ARIES  We wish to congratulate Mr.  and Mrs. Al Williams on the  birth of a baby son. Also, Mr.  and Mrs. Neil Hansen on the  birth of a son.  A very pleasant surprise  shower was held?in. honor of  Domna Louise, infant daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson.  The party was held at the home  of Mrs. J. Archer with 25  guests present. Mrs. M. Hem  street was co-hostess with Mrs.  Archer.  Little Gaye Gresham celebrated her fifth birthday.  Helping to enjoy the gay party*-  and. good thingps to. eat wer��  Peter Hemstreet, Butch Pons-  ford, Bonnie and Corrine Mills,  Judy Linton, Marlene McCurdy  and Donna Williams.  We hear that Mrs. H.M.xM.  Gresham will be leaving for a  few months to visit in Sudbury  Ontario'.   _a   Softball Game  Has Close Score  The? first inter-school soft-  ball game was played at,  Gibsions on September 22.  Through the kindness of- Mr.  and. ?Mr��, Iledman,'-'Mrs. Steele,  and Mrs. Clapipitt, the Sechelt  team was given transportation.  The game, umpired by Mr.  Zacharias, resulted in Gibsons  25���?Seeh elt 24; Score was kept  by    Mr.   Tracey   of   Sechelt.  Following J;he game, refreshments were served to visitors  and the home team by Mrs.  Symchuch and M^ss Donald,  a:?(Bisted by Faye Mooney,  Dia.ne Doren and Maureen Hill.  Next game will be played at  Sechelt on Friday.        ��    ��� .  HUNTERS RETURN FROM  INTERIOR���SANS DEER  The Stewatrt . brothers of  Sechelt���Wally an^;t!harlie-r  ,returned to.th^.:;Pen^s.ula^Mon^.:.  day ai'ter a four daytrip :to'  the Kamloops area. They had  heard that deer were plentiful  in that distrjet, and went all  set to bag ohTev However', the  "report comes from: Kamloops  that the deer population of  Kamloops area) is unaltered���  as far as the Stewart boys are j  ��.concerned.  l^tMVaVTO  _���  for ladies  NYLON  SOCKS  for men       '  Nylon Socks  for  boys  and  girls  at various low prices  GROCERY DEPARTMENT  NABOB       Green Label Tea  SWEETMILK  ICING SUGAR  BROWN or YELLOW SUGAR  UNION RED AND WHITE STORE  nion General��Store  Phone Sechelt 18  lb.  98^  lb.  35  2 lb.  S7  2 lb.  '25  The amount of sleep required  by' the .average person is  usually five minutes more.  SECHELT MOTOR TRANSPORT  :     ��� r  Schedule Change  Effective September 29, 1952  3 Round Trips Daily to Vancouver  Leave v Sechelt  6:00'a._to  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.m.  * Tuesday, Friday, Sunday, only  Leave Vancouver  7:]*fr a.m.  fr:30 p.m.  ,������   4:30 p.m.   -  * 7:30 p.m.  Arrive Sechelt  10:30 a.m.  4:30 pjn.  7:30 p.m.  * 10:30 p.m.  * Tuesday, Friday, Sunday, .only  Leave  Garden  Bay   3:30 p.m. Tuesday,   Friday,   Sunday,  only  I  Xt*��?p& yZj-tt-y ~72*?<z*e, /  .-.��..  ��**"  Loggers!   Truckers!  See us for ' /  TIKES,   BATTERIES,  ERAKE LININGS  ��� i  Making chokers and cat. lines a specialty  If we can't sell5 for less .than you are now paying,  we won't request your business!  Chuck's Motors & Welding  \ ��� Phone Sechelt.54-W ���  .  The AUSTIN A40 Somerset  BIGGER  FINER ��� MORE POWERFUL  See it now  *   ^TAXKED ABOUT ALL ACROSS CANADA  AS THE CAR OF THE YEAR  Seclllt Automotive Service  ->  JACK NELSON  Phone Sechelt 27 6  The,Coast News    Thursday September 25, 1952 A ��  |  ^Jpp  If  By students of Elphinstone Junior-Senior High School  Editor in Chief: Celia Flumerfelt       News Editor: Donna Bingley  Social News Editor:  Vera Bursey       Sports Editor: BJf. Woods  School Elections  Held Last Week-  *35B  School elections were held  here on September 19. Campaign speeches were broadcast  over the school radio, and  posters decorated the rooms.  The final results were: Eric  Lindwall. president; Mike  Poo]e, vice-president; Mary  Jean Kennedy, secretary; and  Arlene Hicks, treasurer; of the  Elphinstone High Student  Council. Officers for each  grade were elected to preside  over Home Room *��� discussion  periods, and class representatives were chosenafrom each  clans to serve on the student  council.  New clubs are being formed.  Meetings of the following clubs  have  been  held:  Monitors .Club���has the job  of enforcing the school* dicip-  line and rules. All offenders  will be tried by the president  and judge of the club, Alice  Bikadi. Secretary is June  Hardy and treasurer is Betty  Jane AVood.  Announcers Club���has the  job of announcing over the  school radio, the coming events  aiid meetings of the sehool and-  looking after the radio and P.  A.�� system.       ��� f  Publications "dub*���-has  the  job  of  reporting,  writing  up,  typing, and delivering the two  columns of news we are using  here  every"* week.   The  editor  is    Celia    Flumerfelt,     Social  News   is   handled   by   Verna  Bursey, Sports Newvs by Betty  Jane Wood and  School News  by Donna -Bingley.  Referees Club*���this . club  learnis the rules of every-game  played here' at school, and how  to referee them. The club hopes  to get more senior girls to join.  The Sports Beat  FIRST SOFTBALL GAME  First    inter-sichool    softball  game between. Gibsons ?Element-  ary  and  Sechelt  was   played. -  September.22 with a near-tie.v��  score. Gibsontewon by one run  over "' Sechelt���25 to 24.   ���. ,������"-  Volleyba'll   and   soccer   are  now underway at noon. Girls?  and boys have" alternate days"  for the field, but not without  manty objections. ���;?;    ;?-?;?  A Referee V club began last ~  week  which will brighten  up  interhouse games.  * '  House, leagues1 have not  begun, but. we all hope they  will'?do so soon. I think inter-  school and house leagues' are  going, to have to work hard "to  make up for the loss of their  star players of lafct year.  Next week we hope to start  the biographies of some of our  best athletes. y/:  Student Escapes  Injury in Truck  by Keristine Lien  Monday, September 16,  Buster Salter of Sechelt, a-  grade seven student in Elphinstone High School, played  "hookey" to act as temporary-  swamper on a logging, truck.  At 11 a.m., the truck,owned  by Mid-Peninsula Trucking  Company and driven by Harry  Walker, waty on ...the way to  Porpoise Bay with a load. The  brakes faile'd to work on a hill  and the truck went completely  out of control. Just as it hit  the ditch, the driver jumped,  telling Buster to do the same,  as there was mo handle on the  door, Buster was forced to stay  inside and ride it out. He said  he had no "time to thinW-it  happened so  quickly.  The load oi; logs came over  and around the cab, and the  front wheels ended up behind  the back ones. The truck was  completely wrecked, except for  the; engine, which may be salvaged. But Buster escaped  without  a -scratch.  Having turned a car over  once before this was Buster's  second narrow escape.  Social Notes  NEWCOMERS TO  SCHOOL  Bev Kane has joined us once  again after a" year'at Burnaby  North HigK? John Marsh came  to us-from Squamish.  LATE ARRIVALS  Celia Flumerfelt back from  working at Vanderhoof this;  summer. Jac Johnson is .also  ba'ck at school after working  at the 70 Mile House. Ted  Hume joined us a week late  after finishing his job at Port  Melion. Len Pilling has left us  for two weeks of hunting iiu  the Caribou, Dennis Tyson is  playing'hookey'to go hunting.  OLD GRADS   J  Eugene Blomgren has visited -  the school several .times this  last we^k���-before ^ attending  ,;14B?C. which starts on Monday  22. John Clayton also hopes to  . attend UKC. ?Betty and? Maureen! Ross b pth are attending."  Normal School.- Jerry Gliapf ord J*  is : working in; a1 pulpi-mill at  Quesnel. Ron Godfrey is working for JVLarwell on the. road.  Norma���..-,'.W.allis how is in the  Airforce. Goocli Grey has left  us for Vancouver where she  works as a secretary. Robert  Jack is working in a forestry  camp. Larry Hamilton and  Gordon Smith are both working at D'Arcy. Dot Sullivan  is over on Vancouver Island  working in a bank, >-;  Hi Kids  On your way home  On your way to the show  Drop in to  .��������  -< .  Have a sandwich, soda, or jt full-course dinner  by Eric Lindwall  The ringing of the warning  bell for the next period shook  me out of my reverie. I picked  up my books and began to  , walk siUowly up the stairs with  the: rest of the kids.  I began to think���all these  linoleum carpeted halls and  brightly lit rooms in our new  school are fine. They contribute greatly towards education  and health, but they cannot  .beat the enjoyment of racing  from the 'Barn' to the Midway  Avith a bunch of the fellows;  .arriving a bit late perhaps, ���  flushed, out of breath but at  peace with the world. In winter  again, everytime the tempera-:  ture went below fifty degrees  in the. old Main Building we  had a holiday to skate, ski or  do anything we pleased. Yes,  those, were the days...  Then as the crowd began to  move into their respective  rooms and I went to my next  class, a feeling of security stemming from tlie modern rooms  and desks and the bright;  cheerful atmosphere brought  me ba'ck to my senses and ma.de  me feel darn lucky to have  parents and taxpayers on the  Peninsula who would provide  feuch a wonderful school for  fellows like me.  Congratulations and Best Wishes  to the new editorial staff of the  s_>  ��  .���6  19  P-TA HOLDS TEA  FOR MOTHERS  Sponsored by the Gibsons  P-TA, a tea fior the mothers  of Grade One pupils was held  in the Elementary School on  September 17. In spite of the  enforced absence of many  parents, there was a good  attendance. Assisting the Grade  One teacher, Mrs. Symchuch, in  serving were three Grade Six  pupils. Charmaine A d am s,  Carol Knowles, and Sandra  Russell.^  An Essay Contest For Young People  To assist in raising the literary standards of our  young people, the Coast News is- offering $50 in prizes  for five Essay Contests to he run during, the neat five  inontihs. The first Essay* Contest, to be run during August,  will be open to .children up to 12 years of age. A prize  of $10 will be given for the best essay. V  . RULES:. .Entrants must be children! of Coast News  subscribers.? Entrants must be under 12��� years of age on  August 1. -' *   ^  . .Essays must be not more than 500 words in length,  neatly written or typed, and-on one of the following  . subjects:  MY FAVORITE ANIMAL  HOLIDAYING ON THE SUNSHINE COAST + ~"  iSUMMER ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN  All entries become the property of the Coast News  and fhe best essays will be published.  .Essays will be judged on subject matter and on  manner^of presentation. Length (if not longer than 500  words) will not be considered'. Neatness will count' in  case of a tie.        " r-  Judges for the contest are: Mrs. E. Kendall, Mr.  N.R. MeKibbin, and Mr. A.S. Trueman.  This essay contest has been extended to Sept.31 due  to lack of essays coming in during the summer months.  Next month: Boys and Girls, 12 to 14. Subjects to be  announced; ,  \  FOR JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH"SCHOOL STUDENTS OF B.C.  Raleigh "Clubman" bicycle  Underwood  Portable Typewriter  Westinghouse  all-wave Radio  Singer    Portable  Sewing. Machine  Enter Now ... You May be a WINNER I  The annual British Columbia Pulp and Paper  Industry essay contest is in full swing again.  Open to junior and senior highsehool students,  $2000 worth of prizes will be awarded for the  30 best 250 word essays. Full information to  help you win one of these fine prizes will be  sent on receipt of your name and address oh the  coupon below. Five sets of six prizes are offered  this year instead of just six prizes as formerly.  Prizes shown above and many others to  choose from. Don't delay, contest closes  November'30th, so enter now wSiile  you have^pienty of time!   -        < ,   > >  J    CANADIAN   PULP  AND   PAPER  ASSN.,  J *       (Western Division)  INVEST NOW IN YOUR CREDIT UNION  805 Dominion Bldg., Vancouver 3, B.C.  Please send contest information to:  | ; Please j<  I,  I    Name..  I  I  Addres?..  ..��.- 15��  ANNUAL ESSAY CONTEST  1 r  or  Front-End! Loading  Excavating ��� Backfilling  Gibsons 7-U  ������____���__an������_���__������WWoa���qM���������h���_���mm���~������mi������r_���mh___m��bbmk  :' ���   '. . ���    \ .   ���  Business and Professional  OIRECTORY  _______MBMHMMnM___H__n���aMMMMMMBniBnaMBiaaHH  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  APPLIANCES  ���       SUNSET HARDWARE  i GIBSONS-  Agents for  h i RCA Victor Records  u Columbia Records  ; Frigidaire Ranges and  Refrigerators  Beatty Pumps and  Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ���. Phone Gibsons 32  Rocks ��� Blasting ��� Roadbuilding  JACK CAMPBELL  BLASTING  ' 5308 Pr. Edward Ave., Vancouver  ��� FRaser 3831 ���  Fully  Licensed.  All  Experienced  .?     Men. ���%  BLASTING  BEER BOTTLES .  Will  call  and  buy for  rash,  bee*  bottles, scrap metal, etc.,  l   Calls  made   at   intervals   from  Hopkins to Irvine's Landing  R. H. STROSHEIN  Wilson Creek.    .  CLEANERS  PENINSULA GLEANERS  Cleaners for. the Sechelt  Peninsula.        *�����  ��� Phones ���  < jlftsons 100 ���' Sechelt?;Q&i  ELECTRICAL WORK  Home and Industrial VjViring  Electrical Heating  V GIBSONS ELECTRIC  -?������"���.'��� ���������������^;\Phonev\45----''''>"' '  (Appliances ���  Fixtures. ���  Radios  Member   Electrical   Heating   Ass'n.  WashingVMachines .  FLORIST  Flowers for  aU occasions.  We are agents for large  Vancouver florists. ���?? .  t><       Fast service for weddings  and funerals.  Jack mayne  phone Sechelt 24 or write  . "   P.O.BOX 28;  ���GIFT STORE  Headquarters  for? V^ooV^  ���  ���' ::MlsceUineous?,G'u^::>L  GIBSONS 5-10-1&:BTQRE  ���?���'Left?'of Post?ptflee' ':?;Y?:'-'  'Gibsons, vlMX ���'���->.?>;'  M.  HEMSTREET,   v  Sawdust ������ Wood -- Coal ??  We haul anything, anywhere,  ''anytime;  '  Phone Sechelt ?7H       Sechelt, fiCc.  HARDWARE  SECHELT COTTAGE  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 ��� Gibsons B.C.  Builders' Hardware  -Paint ��� Plumbing  Complete Installation  : |Main?tenance-;Service'...  BELIVERIES       Z- .?'  -.,.{<.  TO ALL POINTS  KINDERGARTEN  STRATFORD  KINDERGARTEN  at  STRATFORD   CAMPSITE  Roberts Creek  . Residential and  Day Pupils  Opens September 15th   ���  H. Galliford ��� R. R. 1, Gibsons  Phone 22 A  GIBSONS  KINDERGARTEN  Reopening  Sepl.  8, 1952  Information ��� Miss W.M. New  or   Coast   News  Telephone from  Sept. 1-.  Gibsons 64S4  MACHINISTS  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  Phone 54 ��� Res: 58  NOTARY PUBLIC  OIL BURNERS  PLUMBING  Plumbing  and Electrical  Supplies -���Fixtures  - Service x  SECHELT BUILDING  SUPPLIES  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 Since 1948.      "  Phone Gibsons 37  SECOND HAND STORE,  Hardware ��� China  Toolsi;~ Furniture  Household Equipment  Magazine ~ Books  WE BUY��� TRADE ��� SELL  PENINSULA SECOND  HAND STORE  Phone Gibsons 99  TYPEWRITERS  Typewriter Sales and Service  Remington Rand Agent  ��� 48-Tho.ur service  bolinWingrave      Granth.79L  Gower  Thursday September 25, 1952    The Coai:ft News  C. JOHN COLERIDGE  ���  Gibsons ���  Office 37      ? Res. 116 W  C & S OIL BURNERS  ;    SALES and  SERVICE  W.  Swain D.  Currie  Ranges,   Furnaces,   Chimneys  Cleaned  used ranges for sale  AUTHORIZED KEMAC DEALERS  ��� Sechelt 74 ~���  eamngs  By GYPSY TOWERS  Great excitement and a near  disaster averted as the Gunnings nearly set their world  on fire, or~at least their part  of it at Gower Point when they  went away and left several  brush fires smouldering which  subsequently were fanned, by  the wind and burst into flames.  Thanks to the smart action of  ^neighbors and the Forestry  1) e pa r tmen t the potential  catastrophe was brought under  control. A lesson not to leave  the home fires burning wheni  you are not going to he home!  A little late in reporting the  very enjoyable, get together at  the lovely home of Mrs. Jul��'-;  Mainil when sfae entertained  the ladies of the United, Church  W.A. in honor of her mother  Mrs. Syd Porteous, who leaves  soon for Vancouver. Hope the  noise and the bright lights of  the City will drive her back  to Gower come spring.  Mr. and Mrs; Pete Nicholson  entertaining at a Canasta  party..Mr. a'nd Mrs. Will Gray  snatching another lovely weekend, participating in the dancing party .at Stronlochie.  Mr. J.D. Smith joining Mrs.  Smith   in   Vancouver   to   celebrate their wedding anniversary. Miss Phyllis Hodson, her  cousin and Pal taking ad van-  Roberts Creek  Round-up  By MADGE NEWMAN  ...    Mrs.   C.W.   Meaiish,   a   Past  President of the B.C. Parent-  Teaicher  Federation,   gave   an  informal   talk    at    the    first  meeting this season of  the  Roberts Creek PKT A last week.  The  parents   of  the������, sehool  children who were absent from  this meeting missed an inspiring  and illuminating address.  ���Mrs. Mellish spoke "of the  birth of ,the P-^FA, it's growth,  accomplishments!'and aims, and  added to that some good advice  for our local P~TA groups to  follow.  Mrs. Mellish was introduced  by the Program Convener, Mrs.  Cynthia Hiilier, who has  interesting programs lined up  for future meetings. It ip hoped  thait more parents will turn out  and contribute towards making,  through the children, their  homes and schools, a better  community in which to dwell  and raise their families.  R e p r e s e n t i n g Mrs. C.F.  Haslam who was unable to  be present, Mrs: J.T. Newman  presented- the' charter, newly  framed by Mr. C. Ilarbord.  Mrs. Haslam sent also a gavel  made by Mr. F. Downes for  the president. Mrs. Gordon  Reeves, arid her successors.  The Meeting, voted: to continue with the ?N"atipnal Film  Board pictures each month at  the Kewpie ?K?amp. Posters will  be placed in prominent spots.  A local committee was formed to work with the Talent  Show  committee.  A  re you  BUILDING?  We can supply.men and  material for any jofc  Carpenters  Plumbers t   ?  ��. Electricians  Painters  Sechelt     i  Building Supplies  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 "'-���  tage of the fine week-end at  their cottage.  Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dick off  on a shopping spree to the  City. And that's ,a/11 the glean-  pngfc g a t h/er e d by remote  control  B. W. ML BONE  Chartered  Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  ��� TAtlow  1954 ���  Winners of this weeks  4 Theatre Tickets  M. T. Nakken, Gibsons  ,  Mrs. D.M. Chiltern, Wilson Creek  THE COAST NEWS  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control  :--/ Board or by the Government of British Columbia  Not fust  'AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING  v^TH-Matic  tr/t&tHs  VK��k$288&"  HHtftSlS*  Q Automatic. Mly ��i����MMlk Mtoti.  ing. Nomina ����� ���vno waf��r to anply.  from foe* May bricfckardl  Q��y MmmI Cmmtft. fait. ���UfOtU:  defrosting oojr #m�� of day yctf'want  if.'Awiilcowai*<H*l���ifl ���'���'  Cm��mKiimL Defrost *>wfy K yoo  with. Hamfy ���*������ yov dMM inHtiet  of yW r��fr��8��f<>����rt  PUU COLOR IHTI��IO*S  COiOII-KiYED fXTKtlOftS  Spring-fresh Green interior* make  food look twice as tempting! Sparkling gold trim! Door handles in  shades to match your kitchen color  scheme; eleven interchangeable colon! See these "fewm&ted9" beauties!  8 mod*ls-8 slxos-8 prises starting ot      $286.  75  N  ow in  Stock  Model G85D  Model  Automatic  $467.75  S329.75  Low Down Payment���Easy Terms  Howe Sound Trading Go. Lti  ��� Phone Gibsons 39 ���  ik' - 8  The Coast News Thursday September 25, 1952  There are still a few  openings for Leagues  Contact Frank Yates today,  Sechelt 92 R  Stock Reduction Sale  SAVE UP TO 20%  52 NEW MORRIS MINOR  .34 PLYMOUTH  33 DODGE  35 PONTIAC  And many more cars on our Sales Lot  ALL CARS LICENSED  coach     $1195.66  sedan        275.00  225.00  195.00  sedan  coupe  Gib  Car Sal  sons ^.ar oaies  Ross Roth Phone Gibsons 102 W  Beginlng October 15  "Be sure to get your Dargain flyer  from the post office  Bargains you can't afford to miss I  Other unadvertised bargains  PRE   S   C  R  I   P  T I   0   H  CSECHELT ��f A 8IBS0NS<  Car Bodies  Ref inished  Like New!  Modem  equipment  and  skilled operators ;  make it possible to offer y*ou refinishing  methods just like those used at the fao-  .-���;:.���  ������-. ���:-y\ ���:-:���.:���..: ���      ��� .������,-  tory ��� yet at an amazing low cost. Drive in  today for an obligation - free estimate !  Your Ford ��� Monarch Dealer  STANDAIRD MOTORS  No. 2 Sechelt  lOfa   IVIGliMd  s storage froojim  Iresses P  Guest speaker at the September meeting of the Gibsons  MA was Mrs. Dora Mellish;  Past President of the B.C.  P.T.A. Treasurer of that body,  President of thev National  Health Committe,- and member  of the Edith Cavell P-TA.  - M14 Melljisli outlined the  development of the P-TA from  dts inception ,in Washington,  D.O., in 1897 as the Congress'  of Mothers to its present inter-  ,��� national  proportions.  The objective of P-TA work,  isaid Mrs. Mellish, is the development of the child into the  best possible adult, that is,  into the best possible citizen,  and for this there must be an  intelligent understanding of  children ,as a whole and an  intimate concern with the individual child. She made a strong  plea for the parents to raise  the standards of home life, to  bring pressure to bear against  undermining influences, and  . to; develop in {children ~~ati  appreciation) of the best that  books, music, and the radio  have to offer. On all people  Mrs. Mellish urged the need  for raising the standards ~of  community life so that our  children shall not come to  accept as normal that which is  below the standard of intelligent   civilized  behaviour.  Womens Institute  Asks Waste Cans  Howe Sound Women's Institute moved to write Gibsons  village council, asking that  wapte paper containers be  placed along the village streets  to assist in keeping the main  streets of the village clean.  The citizenship convenor stated  that the group is studying the  bealutifJLC.ation of holmes and  gardenis to add to the attractiveness of "the village.  The meeting wm held at the  home of Mrs. Haley wi,th 16  members present; The treasurer  reported i$7.25 realized from  ithe -whist! drive held at the  home of Mrs. H.B. Metcalfe,  ���aind a donation of $2.10 was  sent to the "Save the Children  Fund."  Mrs. W. Hodgson gave an'  interesting talk on Citizenship.  Mrs Metcalfe was the winner  of the monthly raffle.  Youthful Pianist  Thrills Listeners '  Keg   Hi 11 on,    19-year-old   ,  student of piau/o from Vaneou- ���  ver, thrilled a group of music   ?  lovers gathered at the home of ,  Mr. and Mr^. Bill Jackson last  Saturday evening.  The young  man, who is studying to become  a ���- concert    pianist,    hanidled  several difficult numbers with  the ease of a master. His sister,  Misfc  Maureen  Dillon,   also  played several selections in a  professional manmier.  Gathered 'to listen-to the  young manl's pianoi numbers  were Mr. and Mm Syd Baker  of Vancouver, Mr. anid Mrs.  Les Peterson., Mr. and Mm.  Ben Lang and Mrs. Lang's  brother, and Mr. Sam Nutter.  SEVEN SISTERS  HONOUR MOTHER  Seven sistersi from cities in  Canada and "The United State,  met in Vancouver recently to  h 0 n o r their mother, Mrs.  Sin grid Nohr. Among the seven  (laughters of Mcs. Norh, wTas  Mrs Jack^ Boa ofJPort Mellon.  Other sisters came from  Detroit, 'Toronto, and towns in  Alberta.  / _______       .  It is the quick thinkers who  become leaders���he who hesitates is bossed.  10  ing proDiem  Gibsons Village  Commission  came to the conclusion Tuesday  evening that parkinig is not the  big  problem  in Gib^pns.  It's  storage.   Some   cars,  they  re-  sported,  have been parked.-on.  the   "downtown"  streets  for  weeks   on   end.   Several   cars  have beeni parked in. the busi-  ness section from early morning  until evening. Parking bylaw,  'they  asserted, prohibits  parking on certain streets between,  5 a.m. and. 6 a.m: Which fairly  well prohibits overnight park-  -except for the early birds!  mg-  ' More than 60,000 Canadian  veterans of the second World  War have been settled tinder  terms of the Veterans Land  Act.  .. . . y. .-���:'" ������������'  Fresh homer&ade  Sausage  B��ef       52e  .***      59c  Bert's Meat  Mar  EJvihd Pederseii  Phone  Gibsons  62?  in sizes 5 to 14X  Sechelt, B.C.  '.'���������'    v ' -  ���'��� . ���?-���    '  today to assure deirv Hopfcins  Phone today DeUvery fcoift  no oil this vnxiter. ^  Landing to *��  V,e sure vn*  You can be *��  GAS  Home Oil Distributors  Phone 30-M and 97 J  Sechelt*  t ���v.va'  \s  ��������    .^vvm^v.  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