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 PROVINCIAL  Provincial Library,  Victoria, B. C.  Phone your news or  'orders to  G3hs<ms 41  Sixth Year of Publication .Thursday, November 20, 1952    Vol.  6 ll&       Published in GIBSONS, B.C.     serving tne bunny Sechelt Peninsula  Saksnaw Dam  oads L/iscusse<  By, Village Commission  ' At the meeting of the Gibsons Village Commission on Tues  day night, it was stated tliat further investigation had been made  in the matter of drilled wells in the water lot- The opinion of  the experts is that a considerable quantity of waiter can, be obtained from this source. Cost estimates are in. line with thosev  received previously, according to the number and depth of wells  drilled.  A-E- Ritchey has been autli-  - orized to a. r r a n g e for the  maiki.ng of an entry road for  drilling equipment. As soon as  this has, been completed, the  drilling' equipment will be on  the job; ? ' ?  :'...  '��� The Village Clerk was authorized   to   procure, up-to  New Post Office  Improved Design  Gibsons  and' area?  residents  may how   comfort  themselves  with'the' pleasant prospect of  area- maps' to .plot out water    being  able  to   get  their  mail'  '  ,1j* **"      x~~    from a new Post Office in the  mains    insta?llia*tions_^ for    the  records.      v    -���X; .....���?-���  Representations are ? to be  .made to Mr- E-S. ^ones, Deputy  Minister of Public Works,  pointing out the bad condition  of. the section; of the Gower-  Point road withtim the village.  As a secondary road, maintain-  ehce is presumed, to be on a  fifty-fifty basis between the;  Provincial Government and the  Villa'ge. In the current year  the village has spent hiore>  than  three  times  the  amount  very near"future, according to  Mr. Robert Telford, who is.  haying the new building erected- Work wilL be started at the  end of this week-  The little Light and Power'  Office is now being raised and  moved, to allow the present  Post Office to be moved off  4t?. site. The new Post Office;  will occupy the same site as  the present one>  The new  building is  to be  -a  t-     xu     n x approximately thirty by forty  Spent by  the  Government  on * ^  fe^  ./ fl(M)p *   ^  JZ  this road. Vilage. funds aya.il  able have now been exhausted  and an "appeal is being made  for someGovernment 'action.*.  ?; it was planned to "place trap  culverts on ?the school road.to  try to divert water to the ditch  will be fiiUy modern, in  coiv  ���struetioji'. It will have fluorescent lighting, and will have ai  night.vJLob^^ office for  the Postmaster-  The main, entrance will open  into   a   vestibule,   where   the  serious flooding, damage.  Nominations for'three commissioners for a two year term  ~ will be held on December 4th,  from 10:00 a-m- to 12' noon at,  the Municipal Hall.  Baliotting will be in the  Municipal Hall on December  13, from 9:00 a-m- to 7 p.m.  R- Burns will be Returning  Officer for the elections-  Junior Chamber  Of Commerce  instead of down the:road- In    _>...    _*,...    ��� .,, ,    *..<*..-���.  ^et seascms. this ^  ^whrth^  "will open into the mam lobby.  This lobby will be appreciably  larger   than!  the   present   one  as will be the working space  for the staff.  All in, all it is4 to be a. great  improvement, according to Mr,  Telford, who is very glad to be  able, finally, to go ahead with  the construction-  Storm Caused Much  Power-Line Trouble  Mr- R. Cook, manager of the  B-C Power Commission plant'  here, reports the dama ge caused by the storm last week was  quite extensive, and the shutdowns in various areas were  duetto trees fa/lling across the  . lines, .wind damage to lines,  and various other forms of  storm damage, including one  transformer put out of action  by lightning.     "  The mamtenance crews were  on-the job before the blow was  many hours old. and according  to ?Bob, the damage has not  all- beeii cleared up yet- Service  was however restored, and permanent ;re pairs. a/re being  affected fast.  v This coming week, there will  he a short temporary cut-off  in areas East of Wilson Creek,  due to road construction- That  will be at 2:00 p.m-, Nov. 27-  BANQUET COMMITTEE  APPEALS FOR FUNDS  Your committee' is progressing with ;the arraing-enienits,  appeals^foi" funds have been  mailed'to you, its your gift to  the iiremen^ and your banquet  for "them- We need your contribution now to make, it'the  success it should be. ^  Come on folks, your Volun- '  teer   Fireman,   richly   deserve  this sign, of real appreciation  on your part, lets be generous.  ?' A Junior? Chamber oi: Commerce; Caravan of twenty - cars,  carrying- approximately sixty-  seven members of thei??''JC.'s,"  -from Vaiiicpuyer drove off the  i^pon ferry on��unday last.  They were met by local members of the ��� Boapd of Trade,  ;. and shown :��� allZ'av- o:u.nd the  "Gibsons,? area^ -including the  .Headlands, then down to Grantham's Landing and Hopkins  ' Landing.':?'";:ry::''���'; ���'.-?���.   'ZZXy.X'-  They jvere dulyimpressed^by  what fhey saw here^ v :^  Z FeH'owing this,they >veht  out the Sechelt ?Highway, where  they were inet??:byv members of  the ���Sech-efe:B'^rdi;,p'f Trade,  who accompanied them?up~the  line, .through? Roberts Xreek,  Wilson v Ciieek, \ Davis ?Bay��  Selma Park,T to Sechelt; and  West Sechelt. I *  ���     , ���     ������   ���������,-/��� . ���    .; ���;:������: ..  After seeing ��jll that could  be seen of these areas, the  JC. 's drove back to Gibsons,  where they had dinner at the  ?M?ariher Cafe, and boarded the  ?seyen 6'clock ferry ? back to  Vancouver.  ��� :.-'������ It is the custom of the Junior  Chamber of Commerce mem-������'-  bers to take periodic .-trips to  points outlying Vancouverr aind  this tour they found very enlightening.  Construction Soon  James Sinclair. .-^Minister of  Fisheries, in a letter to the  Coast News this, week announces the ^arly construction of  the Sakinaw  Dagi.  He writes that the, Fisheries  Engineer is now oh'the ground  at Pender Harbour, for the  assembling of materials for  construction; y  The foundations for this  project are to be.-Orilied this  week,, and concrete.^work to be  done j^ater in the?month- It is  expected that the-Alam will be  completed in December, unless  heavy rains and the resultant  run-off cause', unforseen delays.  The dam will raise the level  of Sakinaw lake, and hold the  v.water at the level of High Tide  water. It had been hoped to  raise it two and one half feet-  above high tide level, but four  of the tw;enty-four property  owners - have objected. The  Sakinaw Dam, however, will  be of such construction that  should consent later be given  the water may then be raised  to  the  desired level.  It is expected by: the Pender  Harbour fSshermen fhat this  construction wiilL-brin.g back  the Sockeye run to Sajdnaw  Lake- The fish-ladder being  constructed with the dam will  certainly ensure that they can  Renter the lake at ia 11 tides.  Death Claims  V*  V  On November 15th, in Vancouver, Fisheries Patrolman  Henry James Cook, known- to  all Peninsula! friends as 'Dick',  passed away quietly.    . .     v  He had been ill'for several  months,-having first taken ill  in July, while on his boat just  off Wilson Creek- He was taken  to Hospital immediately, but  apart from a short period could  not have been said to have  made any recovery.  He is survived by his wife,  Margaret, temporarily in Vancouver.     -  Old friends at Wilson Creek  recalled Dick Cook first coming  to the area in, 1915- For somei  years he had fished the waters  of Georgia Straights.-,.He had  previously lived in Vancouver-  Made Fisheries Patrol man  in 1927, he had been actively  engaged in that work until  midsummer, this year.  Pupils Help   :  At Nelson Island  The Nelson Island Community  Association  held  a~ highly  successful bazaar recently, the  proceeds -going toward a new  community   hall.   One   of   the  most attractive booths was that  belonging to the Nelson-Island  School. The numerous articles  displayed   were   both   artistic'  and practical, and made by the  pupils   themselves   under   the  able guidance of their teacher, '���  Mrs-- Jessie Sherry- The  Community Association had stipulated that the, proceeds derived  from the school booth were"to  be devoted entirely to future  school��������� projects-   The   amount  turned over was approximatey  $35.00.   Mrs- Cherry   and'her.  pupils did a fine job and they  appreciated the assistance they  received.  iveiy Uiscussion at  bard of Trade Meeting  The regulair monthly Dinner-Meeting of the Gibsons Board?  of Trade was held at the Mariner Cafe last Monday evening- There  was a good attendance, and the evening was productive of plenty  of discussion. The dinner, served by Mrs1- Fisher, was as usual*  excellent and very much enjoyed. Guests were .Mr- Pope and Eric-  Thompson who was the guest speaker- *  ; " A  report upon   the   Fishing  Music Lovers  Enjoy Concert   ~  A small but very appreciative  audieifce eirjoyed a concert in'  the Legion Hall at Sechelt on  November 15th- The Roberts  Creek string Orchestra, conducted by Miss Margaret  Maclntyre, carried the bulk of  the program, with Miss Betty  Williams' St- Hilda's girls  choir.  In his opening remarks, the  M-C- Dr. Duncan McColl very  much regretted that the community did not avail themselves  of the -opportunity of hearing  these concerts, into which Miss  Maclntyre  had   put   so   much  . time .stnd work.  The hours  of  practise must-be considerable,  - to   bring  this   group   to   such  a high standard of perfection-  r- The orchestra was heard in  selections from Greig, Fletcher.  Beethoven. Strauss and Jerne-  fe&it.       ? ;���  The  Girls choir, alternating .   .  with  the  orchestra,   presented    chosen for this post-There was  several .very ,a*traettive  little    Plenty, of discussion; here upon  upon tne risni.ng  Derby was given by T. Larson,  as a' successful venture- and one-  which should be repeated- A  vote of thanks was given the  Committee for their excellent  work. It was suggested th-mt  the entry fee for the derby  should be a little larger nest  vear-  Locke Knowles gave an interesting report on bis attendance at the i\nnnal] Meeting:  of the British Columbia Chamber of Commerce.  He gave a complete resinne  of the reports heard, the work  being done, and 'the plans for  future activities- The Board  considered him an excellent  reporting delegate.  Reg Godfrey suggested thp  formation of a! Roads an<i  Bridges committee to ascertain  where ever possible, the actual  frets of road construction on  the Peninsula, the amount ot"  work to be'done in what areas.,  etc- The. idea was to get reports  out of the 'Rumor' class ami  into something like solid information.  Mr-  Al.  Jackson   was  -.: selections; .-They?? ?wer��:;. accompanied b.y> Mr. .Duncan McColl-  Mrs-   Tioin  RoMIiard   sang  two     very  .. delightfuil    little  songs,    accompanied    by    her  sister, Mrs^David Wilson-  Diana McColl gave a humorous  monologue   reminicent   of  many 'aTsc'hbol boy's early days.  Owing to the absence of Mrs-  Gordon   Reeves,   the   regular  accompanist with  the  Orchestra,   Miss   Maclntyre   had   to  leave the. piano' and take up her  violin for one of the selections-  This was unobserved from the.  body of the Ha<U, so" smoothly  was the transition) made-  The ladies of St. Hilda's  congregation served refreshments, to bring to a close a very  pleasant 'evening-  Proceeds from this concert  will irerdevoted to work in St-  Hilda's parish.  Many Winners  At Sechelt Bazaar  ..'.St- Vincents Mission, Bazaar  great  and sale of work was a  success and a large number  attended at the Legion. Hall,  Sechelt, for the drawing of the  prizes-  The door prize was Avon by  Mr. Chamberlain and other  prize winners were C.K- Chamberlain. Eric Thompson, Agnes  Robinson', Mrs- Kydd, I. Brown  and Jack Mayne- Five conso'a-"  tion prizes were won by K.R.  Johnson, Norman Johnson, L-  B- Kennedy. C. Crucil and Jack  Evans. "*  - Mr- II. Pearson won the cake"  made by the Sisters at the  Indian School-  The various si-alls had some  excellent articles for sale and  Ihe La'lies of +he A'tar Society  put in considerable work to  make the evening a^ huge  success. .  Much credit us due these  local organizations for the good  works they do in the area.  whetherjjt.���?w,as.;huihaiUily pos-  i^ bh^^yofo^mMtie tuat:?v ihf o?r-  matiou'"; upon, such a touchy  subject, placement of funds.,,  visible results",  etc.  Brought up -fjpr discussioitj  was the matter of Sunday dispatch of' mak from the Gibsons  post office, stating the fact;  that letters mailed after outs  o'clock on Saturdays were not-  delivered to their destinations.  iiif.Vancouver until Tuesday-  (The time referred to, it was  explained, was the Summer-  Schedule.) During the rest of:  the year, letters later than four  o'ekfti: Saturdays met the same  fate-  Some members were of t'Sie?  opinion that Mail S e r v i e c*  should be a seven day per week  service, like the telephone  service.  The guest Spea'ker Mr- Er.'e:*  Thompson,, suggested', in opening his talk, that since he ifeacE  . at last beeai: accepted as oneof  the Characters of the areav the-  topic of his talk had been zmto--  matic. It behooved himr as a*.  'Character', to have an ade--  quate backgrouixl, which he-.  would supply.  He brought out a little skefefe  of himself, his youth ip early  British -Columbia, his, life ii*  VancouA^er and Victoria as js  boy, before going elewhere as  a young man to study La.w-  ' Those members of the Bo-s��\li  who new those cities in earlier*'  dajrs   grinned   in   appreciafifsr^  of the amusfing little anecdotes,,  and   in  delighted,  recognition  of the neople d e s cribe d its  them- For those who were relatively new to the West Coast-  these were glimpses of a time?  now '.po.Rtr.'; happy   litt'e   looks,  into   the   historv   of   our   ivrc-  main; .cities,   and   the   customs*  that then prevailed.  This wa's voted one of tJwr  pleasentest after-dinner talk^-  the Board had had the pleasure  of hearing' in a long time, an f  the applause was hearty.  The next meeting of the  board will be on December J(P -7  The Coast News Thursday, November 20, 1952  (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.  Rates of Subscription: 12! mos. $2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign, $2.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45W  Bex 6, Gibsons. British Columbia.  (^dltoriat5  Teachers Convention no holiday  \  As this paper goes to press the teachers of our District  are meeting with those of the entire North Shore for a Convention. For them it is no holiday; they will be spending more time  in sessions than they ordinarily do in classrooms-  Nor are these conventions mere social "get - togethers. They  are, actually, one phase of the constant effort that teachers are  putting forth to gain and maintain professional status-  All of us throughout   our  community   should  interest ourselves in this effort, for all of us'are concerned in it-    In 'any  political area, whether it be the Sechelt Peninsula or the city  of New York, the biggest item of local government is the school-  Whether  the* instructor is well   or  poorly  paid, the  biggest  portion of the tax-payer's dollar goes toward the education of  the young. If they are going to be able in the future to mould  and move the world we leave them, then, they must be given the  best possible education that we can provide. The level oiNthe student cannot, however, rise far above that of the teacher. The  teacher, regardless of his qualifications, cannot maintain a higher  standard   in   his   community   than  that   communiity  is   willing  to grant to him and his profession. Today our tealchers are.trying  to do their share towards attaining a high level of education for  this District- Let us try to do our share too.  Farmers Meet  on  School Taxation  On  Tuesday  November. 4th  the B-C. Federation of Agriculture met with our Provincial  Cabinet to present the farmers'  ease on: reduaaitional costs-  Through the present system  of paying fop tthe cost of education by means of a land tax  farmers claim that proportionately to their income they are  paying more towards the cost  of education than are their  fellow citizen working in other  lines of endeavor, whether it  he within a Mun$e$palitty or  unorganized t e r-r i t-0 r y. The  delegation representing1 the  farmers was Lyal Currie'-.of'  Oloverdale, Arthur Swenson  of Ladner. J.B- Kidston of  Vernon, TP. Wilson of Kamloops, and Charles Walls of  Victoria, Secretary-Manager of  the BC.F.A- By asking for removal of the education tax  from   the   laud,   the   farmers  want it clearly understood that  they do not wish to escape-  paying for education costs ���  but only that they be asked  to pay their fair share-.  :The" B-C. Federatioh of Agri-  ^ culture-j^ an  invitation from the Hon. Tilly  Rolston, Minister of ?Education,  to, send two delegates to joint  meeting on educational finance,  along with\ delegates'?'from the  B-C'. Union of ?Municipalities  and B-C. 'Teachers ^.Federation,  The meeting was to be held  in the Premier's Office on November 5th- The Federation! of  Agriculture was to be repre:  sensed by T.P. /Wilson and  Secretary-manager Walls-  Details of the results of this  meetmg will be published  shortly-  The average load carried by,,  a freight, train in the United  States has increased. 108 tons  since 1943- In the same period  "the lav era ge number qf^ cars  has gone up from 52.1 to 58-5.  Notwithstanding these increase's, freight trains are moving  9 09 per cent faster than they -  did about nine years ago.  por  lore Service in  In her Annual Report, Miss  M. Christine Livingstone, Chief  'Supt- VON., Canada, gave- in-  formation regarding the  regional distribution of V O N  Branches and staff, and'special activites during the year  1951.  "The unchanging .purpose?  of theVON during it's 54 years  of service has been to relieve  the suffering of the sick, to  reduce des^ase, and to 'advance  the cause of National Health".  Seperate annual reports have  been presented in 111 branches  of the Order from Sidney to  Victoria, recording the degree  to which this objective has  been reaiehed im 1951-  In B.C.  56 per cent of the  people enjoy the benefits of the  VON service, (the largest proportion in any province)- Nine  branches    employ    56    nurses  The    majority    are    centered  around   Vancouver,   with   the  exception,    of    Victoria    and  Trail. Vancouver like Halifax,  sent one of the original resolutions in Canada to request a  visiting   nursing  service-   Re-^  quests  for .information  about  organizing VON's were received   from    Nanaimo,    Duncan,  Langley  Prairie  and   Saanich-  Across Canada, the Order is  established- in HI towns  and  cities,    serving    33.2    of    the  entire   pepulation-   Laist   year,  134,971    prer sons    received *  .  983,688   visits   made   by   532  nurses^   "^ ��� '��� iH^       --??'?  Mothers and babies, -still the ?  largest single group, accounted  for. just 28 percent of the  visits- No exceptions are made  on account of age, type^ of  disease or financial standing.  Those who, could, paid, some  only in part, but 57 percent of  ��.I) visits were made without  charge- '"X'Z>.-      "^     ; ZX ?;-v' -  Miss Livinstone paid tribute  to the countless men and women', in aiio! out of the Order,,  who, ..working together, have  made this service the success  it is  MONEY L0ST THROUGH  DELAYED ^REGISTRATION  One out of every four children born in* British Columbia  loses, one or more months',???  Family Allowances through  failure of the parents to register with the federal department  within t h ilr?ty days of the ,  child's birtlt. ...���'���'?���"'  "In one week during the current month' -582 . original and  supplemental r e g i-s t r. a t i o n.  forms werej received an this  office", W4 1& Bone, regional  'director saiid today.'*'Of this  total, 454ost one month, 48, lost  two months and 53, three or  more months* through delayed  registrationC-  Use The Coast News Classified  TRANSMISSION  Like any other commodity, power, once?  generated, must be dilivered to the mar.  feet..?- To   bring:   adequate   power  to  the.?  Sechelt  Peninsulaii; the  Commission,  has  a 22-miie,  66,000 volt transmission  line  from its new jClowhom  Development  to  the Stechelt substation. It is all part of  the SERVICE that is the watchword ot .  your public utility.  BRETBSH COIUMB1A  POWER COMM1SSIOH  "FLL MEET YOU AT THE CASTLE  IN THE HEART OF THE CITY."  MArine 8531  VANCOUVER, B.C.  AL. BLACK, Manager  750 Granville Street  Is your Chimney Safe? Why not make sure- Have ii  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  Gibsons* BC.    * y  Head of the Wharf  Special Lunch Counter Service  Starting Sat. Nov. 8, 1952  Daily/Special Dinner ������������  ��*����������������������������� ���vv  Bacon or Ham and Eggs .....  70  Hamburgers   ���   ���������*������   * ..���' ���   ���   ���   *lw  XjLwv     vUgb      ������������**���*-��������*'���*��������*���������  90  ���   ���   ���   ���   ���   ���   ���   ���   ���   ���   ��� *��lw  Ham, Beef or Pork Sandwich  ' ������' '                  '   9S  ,   ���   ��.*   ���   ���   ���>-. ���   ���   ���    ��� awl V  Cheese/or Egg Sandwich."..    .   .  oh  ���   �����������������'  *-'��   *    ��� ��*aj\��  -.    ��������������������   .. .-'   :-' >   ������  Pie or Cake    per cut ........  ���10  Tea or Coffee     per cup .......  ,m    ���    o . ��� . ���  .���.������.-'���    ���;��;'��,��VfW  Milk Shake    .....:......20  J. iOcHS**   ��� .���-__���������������������'���������������������������������������  "1*1-  French Fries with order ...    ..  ���  ���������������������   ��������� iXw ,  Continuous Dining Room Service  jiiHs lliir NpiM ially  Put Seagram's "83" tothe water/r  test. Water, plain or sparkling, revealsi sT  whisky's true, natural flavour  and bouquet.  Seagrauvs 83  (j& -",-''. '���'���"���jZ*     'H/i/A' L  0^%z&%x&yx%���^& Sure  S-831BC  .  This advertisement is not published or displayed by  the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. Port Mellon  Briefs x  By Mrs. Swan  We now have the lists of  winners at the Halloween  "Party given by the Gibsons  Kinsmen. The judges,. Mr. and  Mrs- G- Hunter of Granthams  Lauding really��had to extend,  themselves to piek out the  winners. They were, in the 7  year group, Arlene Molley  Terry Enemark, Ronnie Boyee,  Dennis Swanson, ��amd Bruce  Strayhorn.  In the older children's group,  prizes were won. by Myrna  Hetherington, Dawn Armstrong, Birnel Marleau, Garnet  Edmunds and Ronnie Leitch-  man-  A prize' donated by one of  the au.dience for the Ugliest,  Mask went to Roger Edmunds,  while the. prize for collecting  the most tickets went to Janet  Swianson, and Jimmy Boa-  The adults dance, sponsored;  by the Square Dance Club was  well attended, top, and after  much comparison by the judges, the winners oddly enough,  were all women. Honors went  to Mrs. Molly, Rita Watson,  Betty  Jane  Wocid,   a aid   Mrs-  Gleanings  By GY?PSY TOWERS  The wind she blew and the  trees they swayed and all the  "residents of ,Gower gathered  seaweed! Great ribbons of the  stuff in everyone's garden; 'tis  an ill Wind, they say!  To the news* of the week ���  Mary    Dykes    spending    four  '  days with her parents- Visiting  also   was. her   cousin, - Al   La  'Fortune,  who   stayed   out., the  week and enjoyed every minute  '���of-it-;    v-v-;  ?��� John   Bow,   Kay   and   their  two young sons guests at Stronr.  lochie, helping. Gram to garner  ���''���fie^Se^w'eefo-M'r/: and Mrs- J-  Beaton off on a shopping spree  to Vancouver- James Sinclair,  Sr- up to. get rid of a cold and  clean off a few leaves. .  -Mr Bedford excited oyer the  --peculiar.crustacean?"he  found  on?<the  sands -r���^preserving  it  in  formafldehyde   and   placing?  it in his art gallery of sea: shells1  and denizens of the deep. Jean -  and Jules Mainil harboring a  cold which they would gladly  sell to anyone interested-  Regret to report the passing  of Bill Barter's mother oh the  ?Lpwer' Gower Roa$? Otherwise  ejill is peace and quiet on  the  waterfront.-  Millar-  Mr. Chris Wood was presented with a beautiful club bag  from the boys in the Ball Club,  in appreciation of the work he  had done for them. Chris had  umpired all the games, and"  was ready always to pitch in  and help the club in any way  he could- He's the kind of  fellow who makes Port Mellon  such a nice place to live in-  Glad to see Mr. Jack McGhie  is home recuperating after a  spell in Hospital.  Mrs.- J-   Cain  and   Mrs-   N.  Marleau  drove  to   Seattle  for  the weekiend. For a couple of  gals who didn't know the town'1  they sure got around.  Missed Mrs- M<anton from  Grayson's store- She had gone  to town to do her Christmas  shopping early.  ?Mrs. Booth, Mrs- Burns and  Mrs- Swan were joint hostesses  ately at a shower for Mrs. A-  King. The gifts were presented  in a pink-and-white decorated  basket- The lace covered table  was  set  with   a  lovely  white  bridescake, flanked by tall  white candles in pink holders-  Mrs. King is the-former Bep.  Rooijakkers and came out from  Holland this summer- It was  the first shower she'd ever  been to, and she was really  thrilled by it all-*  The guests included Mrs. C.  . Dentford,    Mrs-   S-    Peterson,  Mrs.  N. Marleau,  Mrs- Burns,  Mrs- C. Wood, Mrs- S. Swanson,  Thursday, November 20, 1952 The Coast News  ���Mrs. Bud Strayhorn, Mrs. A-  Schooley, Mrs. A- Greggain,  Mrs- W. Arrowsmith, Mrs. O-  Johnson, and Mrs. Nessie  Brown- Friends who had been  unable to attend sent their best  wishes with their gifts.  B. W. M. BONE  Chartered   Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  ��� TAtlow  1854  ���  ROY WARD DICKSON  Wonderful prizes are won every week on  th�� ptogram TAKE A CHANCE. Listen US  ��v��ry Monday night acid.Roy Ward Dickson  will !�����!! you how to "Take a Chance" os  his fun-filled program. . ������/'  Dial 980 every Monday  ai 9:00 p.m.  ,.y  'M^i-'WltH'^^EWS-;  ���  Are you  BUILD!  We can supply men and  material for any job  Carpenters  Plumbers  Electricians  Painters  Sechelt  Building Supplies  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ���  Garbage Collection  commence the first week; of  January, 1953  for the Gibsons, Granthanis, Hopkins, and outlying  areas. Collections from houses once weekly, from business places three times weekly in all areas, when routes  are established-  Collection Fee for Householders  25 cents per Garbage Can  Persons interested in this service, contact  G. Mooney  Gibsons  PULLS BETTER ON  SNOW  NEW BFG MUD SNOW TIRE  MUD SNOW TIRE;B -^- 80%  ^ y.  MUD SNOW TIRE C ��� 95%  i  HIGHWAY TYPE TIRE ���76%  0UTST0PS ALL OTHER TIRES  The charts of actual comparison Jests above  show that B.F.G. Mud-Snow tires stop quicker  on ice and snow than other leading tires.  B.F.G. Mud-Snow tires give a sjpfety margin  that can mean the difference between a safe  stop and an accident.  OUTPULLS ALL OTHER TIRES  Independent laboratory tests proved that the  B.F.G. Mud-Snow tire is the best and safest  tire for all winter driving.   In mud and snow  they outpulled all other tires with up fo 25%  better traction.  '������'���'. Z ~ J  Replace your rear tires now with B.F. Goodri  SCIENTIFICALLY DESIGNED TREAD  The B.F.G. Mud-Snow tire has an exclusive  traction tread, with flex-lug cleats that bite  into mud and loose snow. These flex-lug'  cleats have a windshield wiper action on ice,  packed snow, and wet pavements to provide  tremendous traction with long wear^  POPULAR CHOICE FOR  QUIET RUNNING AND LONG WEAR  The B.F.G. Mud-Snow  tire is actually quieter  and smoother riding  on  clear  pavements.  MUD-SNOW tires  NP52-7  RIVE     I  WH E R E    YOU    SEE    THIS    SIGN  's Motor & Welding    Anderson Motors  :a  etors  Sechelt, Phone 54W  Roberta Creek  Gibsons, Wilson Creek, Sechelt  Terms The Coast News   * Thursday, November 20, 1952  FOR SALE  FOR  RENT  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 othe*r articles all [sacrificed.  P. Williams "Brynmawr," Bay  "Road, Gibsons. tfn  Rough and  Planed  Lumber  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   Budfeies���!$5.{H>   Male"  or  Female,  well  bred   talking  strain.  Make fine gifts. Orders taken now.  Mrs.   Cox,  Roberts   Creek,   21K.  47  Alder   wood,   $10.50   per   cord;   Fir  wood  $11.50  per  cord,  delivered.  E.- McCartney.  R.R.  1.,  Gibsons,  Phone  67 H tfn  Enterprise wood and coal range ���"  about one years use. First reason,  able offer. Mrs. E. Machon, Lower  Road, next to Ted Shaw >s.  Sechelt  Area:   Pick  up  shoes  re.  paired, at Bowling Alley or Sawyers  "Taxi  Office   on Wednesdays.  MacLean's Shoes,. Gibsons.  Heavy-duty vegetable and fruit  juicer. Drink your-way to health.  $125.00. W. Graham   Gibsons, B.C.  2-Man "Mall" Power-Saw, 2 extra  bars, 4 ft. and 6 ft. $165.00  ^Feninsua Second  Hand  Store,  ��� Gibsons.  >���. . ��_��� .  ^Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner with all-  * attachments. New condition. $25.00  ;E.   Becker,   Sea  'Haven,   opposite  "Hill's  Parking.        '" 48  One complete bed outfit. Apply N.  MacKenzie, vAldersprings    Road,  Gibsons. 48  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.  tfn  WORK WANTED  Spray and Brush Painting; also  paper hanging. J. Melhus. Phone  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  LOST  J  Shaeffer's fountain pen medium  blue, in Gibsons Area. ��� Phone  Sechelt 68W. - ���   .-  Legal  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  TAKE  NOTICE   that  nominations  to  elect  three   (3)- Commissioners  for the Corporation of the Village  of  Gibsons   Landing,   for  a  two-  year term -commencing January 1st,  1953, will be held in the Municipal  Hall, Gibsons, B.C., on the fourth  day of December, 1952, from Ten  o 'clock a.m. to Twelve o'clock noon.  Nominations shall be in the form  prescribed   by   Municipal   Bylaw;  such  form   may   be   obtained   on  application to the Municipal Clerk.  Balloting, if required; will be held  in   the   Municipal   Hall   on   the  thirteenth day of December,  1952,  from  Nine  o'clock  a.m.   to  Seven  o'clock p.m:  ROBERT   BURNS  c.Retui7iihg s6ff icer.  \  You Dont Need Power To Operate  (Kerosene Operated)  Check These Features:  8 cu. ft  Storage Capacity  9.2 cu. ft- Frozen Food  Adjustable Shelves  Quick Cold Shelf  Vegetable Crisper  10 Year Warranty  Noiseless Operation ^  Easy Terms-    $75.���� Down  $25.���� per Month  . 4  Gash price-     $479.50  Seeflie SERVE L in operation at  Garden Bay ��� ��� I2H  by.W.M- New  Mrs- Lowes and Mrs. How-  Jett, of Vancouver,, who used  to live at Gra nth-aims, have  been visiting Mrs- Mathews at  Gibsons- All their old friends  were  very  glad   to   see   them  again.  Jimmy* Scott, his arm "now  meneded again, flew back to  his home in Kimberly last week.  Take notice boys from 8 to  11-  The  first  meeting   of  the  Wolf Cubs will be in the School  Hall next Wednesday Nov-26,  . right  after* sehool.  The Order of the Eastern  Star held a very successful Tea  and Sale of Work on Wednesday November 12 in the Legion  flail. There was a). Fish Pond  for the kiddies and plenty of  attna/ctive gifts and goodies to  be bought- It was well patronized-       -  Speaking of Teas, be sure'  to remember the Tea and Sale  by the Women's Institute this  Friday November'21st.       J  We hear that Mr. and Mrs.  Frank Bushfield have been  spending the past three weeks  or more visiting 'in Yailrima,  Washington- ?They have been  making welcome their new.  g r a n d son, Paul Andrew  Fountain-  ARTHRITIC-PAIN  Don't suffer night and day���with dull,  wearisome aches���or sharp', stabbing  pains. Lead an active life again. Take  Templeton's T-R-C's, Canada's largest-  selling proprietary medicine specially  made to bring longed-for relief to sufferers  from arthritic or rheumatic pain.      T-341  65c   "TEMPLETON'S   T-R-C's  *%itpz& Season Sfoeet4t��&  Styled with all-round pleated skirt '$-16-��>'  With  plain  tailored   skirt..". $14-95  TARTAN DRESSING GOWNS    cosy as can be  -$16-95  LADIES: C��me in and be measured for your  NEW PLAYTEX GIRDLE  Phone Gibsons 35  I  Standard Motors No. 2  Does  v y  Paint and Body Repairs  tone  Sechelt  60  V  Pre-Inventory Sale      '.   f  SAVE 1C%     Cut Out T|  GOOD ON ANY ��  "���' $(  On Our Complete Line Of Bu|f  Lino, Hardware. Tools, Appli|  Pkbne 60   SECHELTsEWI  �����  1  4;  Giant Size Packages  Rinso, Lux, Oxydol, Tide, dreft, Surf  2 BARS Sunlight Soap......,'-.y.yrX.  2 BARS Large:Size Ivory............;..  Family  Special  Pint Bricks Ice Cream   ^  Any  Ray or     '29*  Corn Flakes, Kellogg's  vrJjE&JM i    Jt ac&e'D. .................  8 oz. Packet.  i.......  SHREDDED  WHEAT.....  Childrens Special  ANY 4-7^ CHOCOLATE BARS.  3 __ io^ OH HENRY BARS...  ���  ���  ��� ���. m  ���  ���  ���  ��� mm^JWs  2 for       35^  .2 for       35^  \ ��� ���  %:y����.;..-. .28^  Fl  our  Tib- PURITY or 5 ROSES..  24 lb- PURITY or 5 ROSES...  49 lb. PURITY or 5 ROSES....  ���    ������*������  ,���*���*���������  .. ;.53-  Fri  m  Nabob Coffee  Nabob DeLuxe Tea  I  "���1  .-v.  D  s  BROKEN SIZES OF BOY'S FLEECE LINED  COMBINATIONS     "BRAND NAME"  A^ Real Buy.;. .>;.....>- ��� ��� ���. .>^#    ; $1.95  PRE CHRISTMAS SALE  "   Of Odds and Ends in Toys  n  v  Mi?  4fbr;6S  v  Z'Zr:ZXX-4  yyyyy,    f$  5 lb GRANULATED/  10 lb GRANULATED;)  25 lb GRANULATED^  2 lb Pkg ICINGj..,?. j  2 lb Pkg GOLDE^Yi;  2 lb Pkg BEST BROW^ SiZES  R.M. Inglis  Gibsons, Phone 50  v Before Going To Town  For   ��� *~~ .��� y ���  CHRISTMAS SHOPPING  @ome ttod See %t4>  50 to mm  - 9  SHOP AT HOME IN COMFORT  Howe Sound 5 & 10  Bal's Block  Gibsons  Ad. & Save   JAVE IC%  o  SALE  $1.00  Materials, Sash and Doors, Paint,  .^Electric and Plumbing Supplies.  Down the Alley...  Top high single honors for  the week are divided between  JEd Hancock with 306 in the  Peninsula Commercial League  and Bert Sim's 300 in the Ba'll  and Chain. Top team honors  go to Tommy Reynold's five  who rolled 2557 for three in  ' in the echelt Sports Club-  TENPIN LEAGUE  Nevi Baidassi 214���546. Rejects rolled 1790 for high team,  and boosted game points to 20-  The Hit'n- Miss team trail with  17.  SECHELT LADIES  Bea Rankin 232 for high  single. Bruna Facchin 552 for  high three- Ups and Downs  rolled 2284 for high team. Eve  Moscrip's Guttersnipes marked  up 29 points to break the tie  with Cherry "Whitaker *s Totems  who traifwith 27. .-,..  PENINSULA COMMERCIAL  Ev Smith 261���560. Ed Hancock 306���664. Union Store  2640- Rusk Logging lead the  league with 22 points.  SECHELT SPORTS CLUB  Pat Osborne 239���573- Tom  Reynolds 260-^-692. Team No.  1 (Capt- T Reynolds) 2557 for  three.  BALL AND CHAIN  Eve Moscrip 242���670- Bert  BRICKWORK  including,  FIREPLACES ?& CHIMNEYS  Svd Smales  Gibsons, 7S2  Vv  '.; is* '-i-f-y^ -<C$?3B.  Dairy Products  Jat. Nov. 22  I'-  lb 5 .98  125*    1.24  '4  I,  ���**;     -.'.'���  ir  Tall  Tiiisv;  Y.49. per  ease  ', ��� a . ���-..'������     ... *  m  FRASER VALLEY BUTTER  SILVERLEAF  LARD.   ..  ^JEWEL  SHORTENING..  PARKAY MARGARINE.....  VELVEETA CHEESE?. -     .   .  CANADIAN CHEESE.  .3 lb-   $2,05  .2 lb.      "27  ��    ���    ���    a  * . . .���*��� A   ID.  ....2 lb.  ;..'.y2 ��.-  .... % lb.  ���49  ���75  ���34  34  THE FAMILY SIZE5 lb KRAFT ^CANADIAN   $2.95  Butcher Department  Sirloin Tip  -'���"*���- '  > . "   ���  Plate Boiling Beef  lb     .74*  lb    .29  The above are all Canada Choice A Beef  Smoked Jowls lb     .26  Smoked Cottage Rolls  Viskin   ib     .62  Hard  ��^Kr  ware  ���   ��� ---- ���  . ��� ' * "������   ���'���'���..���   ���.  ���  .......    -SO  ��� '��� ' ���   ���   ���.  ��� ���..-���.-.. ���  #>  .   .V.   >9&  ���   ������������'.  ..��� "��� -i'-^i-- .'.'  :..,y.��&47  ���   ���   ���   ���   ���  ��� --.-.? ������ . . v.';.  ....    -27  t.r.X  ��� ��� ��� �� ���..>��'���,���.���  ....... ...'25  '���'��� . *$'" Z-  ��� ��� ��'���'*'������----���'  ���25  AIRTIGHT HEATERS     ;     *���'   ^x ?  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Perrv Oike 137  ���250  The Coast News 5  Thursday, November 20, 1952  FF  Q  Get New Pep, Vim, Vigor  For  your   rough   lumber   re.  quirements, Call or Write  Crouston Lumber  Sechelt, B.C.  What a thrill i Bony limbs fill out; ugly hollow*  2111 up; neck no longer scrawny; body loses half"  starved, sickly "bean-pole" look. Thousands of  girls, women, men, who never could gain before;  are now proud ot shapely, healthy-looking bodlei.  They thank the special vigor-building, flesh-bulldlns  tonic, Ostrex. Its tonics, stimulants, lnvlgor&tora,  JroQ, vitamin Bi, calcium, enrich blood, improvo  !&ppetite and digestion so food gives you mora  strength and nourishment; put flesh on bare bones.  ,Uon't (ear getting too tax. Stop when you've gained  the 5. 10. 15 or 20 lbs. you need for normal weight.  Costs little. New "get acquainted" size only 80o.  Try famous Ostrex Tonic Tablets for new vigor  tnd added pounds, this very day. At all druggists.  Boys & Girls ���LOOK!  BICYCLES  Tricycles  Wagons  For Christmas  Tlowe~SoOnd Trading Co. Ltd.  ��� Phone Gibsons 39  Date Pad  November 21 ��� Gibsons Legion  Hall, 8 pjn., meeting of the Ladies  Auxiliary Canadian Legion, 109.  November 21 ��� Gibsons School  Hall, 2 p.m. Big Xmas Bazaar.  NOW r��� Have you sent your contribution to the Volunteer Firemens  Appreciation Fund. Please do it today^ bring or send it to Totem  Realty.  November 21���Roberts Creek  St. Aidans W.A. in church hall.  Fall bazaar: sewing "table, home-  cooking,  Christmas cands, etc.  November [24 ��� Wilson Creek  Community Hall. Be sure and go  to the Wilson Creek Community  Centre Tea and Bazaar from 2 to  5 pm.  November 25 ��� United Church  Hall, 8 p.m., Gibsons Garden Club  closing its season with a Parlour  Show of Exhibition "MUMS". AH  members urged, to attend.  Each week we feature a good  buy ��� it will pay. you to investigate  these.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 66 ft. water  frontage by* 1000 deep. House practically on beach, lovely location, 3  bedrooms, large living room, fireplace, modern bathroom, all fur.  lushed. Bargain at $4250.  FOR RESULTS LIST YOUR  PROPERTY WITH  ��� the ���  Totem   Realty  Phone Gibsons 44  sTiiifw:  IB  5M;  Peninsula's  Toy-land Now Open  Come in and see the large display of  DOLLS  /  Cars, Wagons, Sleighs,  Buggies, wheelbarrows  etc.  We Sincerely Invite Price Comparison  SHOP AT HOME AND SAVE  Gibsons 5 & 10  (NEXT TO THE SHOE SHOP)  m sport concerns  rty Regulations  The Coast News Thursday, November 20, 1952  Of interest to- students of  Elphinstone J-r.-Sr. High  School and their parents, is the  report from Mr- Trueman,  principal, to the Board of  {School Trustees-  The student delegates to  the Aduit-Student Conference  last spring reported to the  student's that some closer content with the Parent-Teacher  Association was recommended-  This year the Student Council  applied for and obtained  permission for student representation at meetings of the  Sechelt      Parent-Teachers'  Council.  Another   matter   concerning  trustees,    parents,    staff    and  students is thait of party regulations.   The  matter  has  been  discussed  in  Effective   Living  classes from the student viewpoint-  A  conference  was held  under the chairmanship of Mrs.  Rankin,  the  conference  members being the President of the  PTA, the President of the PT  Council,    two    trustees,    two  teachers, and five students. It  is   hoped   that   through   this  conference,    all    groups    will  btecome  more   thoroughly  acquainted with party procedure,  -the aims and responsibility of  all groups concerned, and also  that  -an,   agreement   may   be  reached   on:   points  that   may  airise during the discussion-  Following    are    the    party  jgulations:  Invitations are made through  the office only and must be  ia the office at least a week  before the party- Only senior  students (grades 10-12) are  permitted to invite guests.  Programme of varied..enter-  taonxaepit  sjhould  provide  for  all groups in attendance-  Clean tip is to be done the  same evening. We must be out  of the building at 11:30 p.m*  Students  and   tjhe/fr   guests  at the party will refrkiii from  smoking, drinking^ leaving the  By students of Elphinstone Junior-Senior High School  News Editor: Donna Bingley  Sports Editor: B.J. Woods  Editor in Chief: Celia Flumerfelt,  Social News Editon Vera Bursey  As' I See It  reg.  by Eric Lindwall  While temporarily out of  cjiirculation last jweek, 1 had  plenty of opportunity to listen  to the radio- In fafct, that is  about all 1 did for days on end.  One morning 1 tuned in to  the housewife's favorite ��� a*  soap opera;. The announcer  warned everyone to stay tuned-  A second-rate organist made  a desperate attempt with the  theme, (but all that resulted  was a series of wheezes, thumps  and groans as he tried to  imitate a twenty-piece orchestra), an.d a sugar-throated  gentleman informed us that we  were listening to ''John's  Fourth Wife", (it is the Hollywood style to have four)."  Three dispirited creatures  chanted out the singing commercial and a booming voice  ���assured us that "new, orange  colored Foam" was the best-  in fact, the only soap, to use  for dishes, floors, hands, painted -wall and woodwork, clothes,  (ad infinitum).  All this took about five minutes, then another installment  Basketball Squad  Play First Game  This week-end, our Elphinstone  High  basketball' teams  travelled to Vancouver-to play  John- Oliver High School-  Mrs.  Glass f or d travelled  down with the girls team and  Mr-   Clark . coached  the  boys.  They were all billeted in private homes down town- Both  teams did very well for their  first game of the season; (without  muchV practise,  too)   and  the   boys   only   lost   by   four  points. Fin-ai score being 44���  40.   Coach   Clark   was   very  pleased?with their performance  but the girls did not dq> quite  as   well,  although*' there   was  only  seven  points  separating  the score which was 38���31 for  J- Oliver High-  I am sure there will definitely  be a return game with John  Oliver up here in the near  f u tu r e and I am sure our  squads will be in top condition  te play a game worth seeing.  ���  7.' w  -  School Briefs  party and expecting to return  ...    to it, or any. other conduct not  generally    acceptable    in   the  schools of the province.    ���,..  Access to  the main  section  of   the   building   is   only   on  arrival  and   before   departure  to arrange for outdoor clothing'  Use the dressing rooms at the  back  of  the  stage  for  toilet,  powder room and wash room-  Rate of attendance in  September was 92-31 percent and  in October was 92.39 percent.  r ���    ���'  Porpoise  Patter  Mrs. William Anderspn, Mrs-  Charles Stubbs,  and daughter  Aonna, returned Friday evening from 'a visit with friends  in. Vancouver-  Little Kenny Wilson.and his-  parents,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Ken-  Wilson    Jr.    from    Vancouver  visited early in the week with  Mr- Wilson's parents- Mr. and  Mrs.  Ken  Wilson  Sr.  The  Wilsons are new residents in  this jcommunity, aiid have made  wonderful progress in .clearing  the   land   and   building   their  new  home  in   the  short  time  t*hey ^have been here. Mr- Wil-  fion is  an   experienced, stonemason and bricklayer, as well  as   being   a>   registered   steam  engineer-,.       ���*''���.  ?;    The storm which reached its  peak   of   ferocity   on   Friday  viiight eaus^d-much concern; on  the waterfront,- everybody was  v xlofonii checking*? boatsy floats,  ? and past beach combine; which  threatenedvtq take to the high  seas and become game for the  beachcombers     of    tojrnorro w. \  Fortunatejy, we hadt no worry  about broken; electricity lines  in this Vicinity, as electricity    sug��?estedao have a small con-  is still nonexistant here. cession bar for coffee and coke  of organ music and our treacle-  throated  announcer was  back  with a summary of yesterday's  effort- Another three  minutes  wasted- .TMien,   the   moment  -   we've been, waiting for.  You  hear the rustle of a script and  a bored voice says, "John. I  want  a  divorce ��� (looks  like  they are going to change the  title  to   'John's   FifthgrWife'  pretty   soon)-   The   story   has  begun, and three minutes later  it ends with a discordant clash  of music, (that organist again)-  The  booming  voice-?f again  reassures us that "Foam" is the  one   and   ouly   soap.  Oh,  amd  don't forget to tune in to the  next exciting episode of 'John's  F��fth   Wif e(   tof-morrow,    art  this same time-  Special Panel  Discussion Held  .   A  very   amScabl'e  meeting,  held ial'orma 11 y with Mrs-  Rankin as chairman, was held  in: the Student Council Room  Thursday.    Members   at vthis  meeting were Mrs. Jackson and  Mr- Humphries, Schools-Board;  Mrs-   Reeves.   Roberts ? Creek  PTA;   Mrs.    Hough,    Gibsons  PTA;   Mrs-.   Lucken,    Sechelt  PTA; Mrs- Wallis, PTA Council;  Mr,  Peterson,  Mrs.   Day^  Mr-   Trueman,    Mrs-    Rankin,"  Staff Members; Celia Humer-  felt. Vera Manton, Ted Hume,  George    Williamnspn, ? Erie  Lindwaill, Students:  ������'*"-���������*.,;;'  Among the points discussed  were:   ��� .     :y:-r:  A: Split parties into Junior,  grades?7���9 and- Senior, Grades  10���12. Those in Grade 9 Could  decide if they wanted to go  to either Jr- or Sr- parties (to  be  held  on  separate  nightsy).  The time?fof parties to be,  Juniors, 8 >to Tl p-m., Seniors,1  10 to 12:30 a.m-        . ;,?���  B: Give each Senior. Grade.  10 to 12, the privilege of inviting one guest, (to go ?thro:ugh  House putting on party as.well  as  Council  and  Office);  C: Have a standing invitation for all old grads, (to be  decided by office)-     ^?v     ^ -  D: Have more supervision  from parents rather than teachers at these parties- It was  Don Tretheway, a senior  student at the high-school, has  made history by attending the  Gibson's : badminton club this  year. ,,  He is the third generation  to attend badminton in the  school halll Hi& grand'tather  playend the first year the hall  was built apd his parents attended also-  It must be a good club at  this rate!- ;��� >.-\-.���,������  On Friday through the cooperation of, ?ijh?.e weather and  jthe B-C. Power t Commission,  lights^ heat, and warning bells  Avoujd not function, and, of  course, school was impossible.  We'are thankful to^the elements, v etc*Mpr thisi ;"vwelcome;  holiday- ' -"'..Z:X '?:X.-rXMyX.y--  As  well  as   the  Glee  Club ���'  tinder   Mrsfv Vernoji's   supervision, we ar# planning to have  a school orchestra directed by  Mrs- Kehdall ^  Thds will provide ah: excellent source .of niusic (we hope)  when irt gets, started.  ;E"  the  a /nearby  classroom;   provide  Allow smoking- outside of  in#he main hall  or  gym  .r  prdper . ash^traiys, ? rules   and  supervision to prevent damage.  Looked, upon favorably,  F  but tabled for further discussion for a "smoking ..room"  for everyday use, (with proper  controls)-      '' ' ?;?; ?  These points; have been taken  back to the various groups by  their representatives "for further discussion, and suggestions  for improvement-  fisitors  lasketn  Im  Use The Coast  News Classified  Students of the Elphinstone'  Junior-Senior High School had  an extra treat Monday-when  'Jock' Dickerson and 'Wink'  Willox of the Provincial Recreation Centres called and gave  talks and showed films on  Basketball.  The entire sehool had; the  opportunity to see films which  snowed rules and plays, and  also to witness, and taikejpart  in, a Basketball "Clinic" run  by Mr- Willox-    ...   , ���  The    two    instructors    are  making a tour of all the High '  Schools im the Province.  On Monday evening a second  clinic was held* to which students, teachers and all interested adults were invited;  FOR THE VERY  FINEST  HARDWARE  >  -  CHINA and DRYGOODS  GROCERIES'��� DRUGS  -FISHING SUPPLIES  HOME ESSENTIALS  MURDOCH'S  MARINE SUPPLY  ~ Pender Harbour, B.C.  SPECBAL ��� IQjfewr,*: ryy  ALL BASKETBALL SHOES  Howe SouncJ Trading Co. Ltd^  *.   HAWAIIAN HAMBURGERS.  Try Them ��� You'll Like Them  Anne's Coffee Bar  lew..?Ttl?BHiiJr Lngpge  " ��� i   '  ' '.  WEEK-END arid OVERNIGHT BAGS  THE  SET..... .......................,... only        $31-95  ilAJTOSOME   ~-??STURDY X   GOOD   HARDWARE >  TABLE-TENNIS  SETSv ;:V.(2''  ?V .<������ Extra'?.Bats and Balls  sizes).  SuHset Hardware  ���,,rrX:r'y'iX: ;^Phone?Gibsons 32"    ;v       '.-.*"���  "'���'S'.'.'..-." y-'.rry. - '���'��� ~  We have a lay-away plan; a small payment holds your gift  if:  -m  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8 p.m.  Friday^.and Saturday 7 and 9 p.m��  Monday   and   Tuesday    .  -   November 24 and 25"  DEAN   MARTIN,  JERRY   LEWIS  JUMPING JACKS  i  Wednesday and Fiiday  .November 26 and 28  The new British production  of Charles Dickens  - A   CHRISTMAS' CAROL  Thursday and Saturday ~  November 27 and 29  RANDOLPH SCOTT."'  SUGARFOOT  Technicolor  Monday   and   Tuesday  November 24 and 25  BOB HOPE, JANE RUSSELL,  -   ROY   ROGERS  SON   OF   PALEFACE  Wednesday and Friday  November 26 and 28  Randolph sco;rr  ISUGARFOOT  Technicolor?;    ��� v  Thursday and Saturday  -   .November 27 and 29  The new  British production  of Charles Dickens ;     V  A   CHRISTMAS   CAROL For Your  ESSO furnace fuel oil  *  See your Imperial  OS  agent.  Reg. Godfrey,                     Phone  Grantham 56  ^" IMKRIAt^^  (SSSO) SMPIStlAI.  ^^ wwaacTS ^^y  OE  i umi?i����  ss and Professiona  D IRECTORY  ~  Please Clip This Directory Out arid Hang  For Reference  Your Phone  APPLIANCES  SUNSET HARDWARE   .  GIBSONS  Agents for  RCA 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  BLASTING  5308 Pr. Edward Ave., Vancouver  .  * ���:" FRaser 3831 ���  Fully ^Licensed.  AH  Experienced  v - Men.  BEER BOTTLES  Will  call  and  buy for  rash,   beer  bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls' made  at  intervals  from  -Hopkins to Irvine's Landing.  R. H. STROSHEIN  Wilson Creek.  STRATFORD  KINDERGARTEN  at"  .STRATFORD   CAMPSITE  Roberts Creek  Residential and Day Pupils  .  '    Opens September 15th  H. Galliford ��� R.R. 1, Gibsons  Phone 22 A  GIBSONS  KINDERGARTEN  Reopening  Sept.  8, 1952  Information ��� Miss W.M. New  or   Coast   News  Telephone    Gibsons 64 S 4  MACHINISTS  CLEANERS  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners for? thp .Sechelt  /."-:<??'Pe��iiiisuia. :-:"  ��������� ��� Phones ��� -'���;  "Ulbsens 100 ��� Sechelt 45 J  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  *"���''��� Phone 54 ��� Res: 58 ,  NOTARY PUBLIC  C> JOHN COLERIDGE  ���������,;.������:���.���'.,���,___ Gibsons?'.-���';:  Office 37 Res. 116 W  OIL BURNERS  ELECTRICAL ^ORK  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical. Heating  v     GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone 45  Appliances ���   Fixtures  ���  Radios  Member   Electrical   Heating   Ass'n.  "PRATT and LAMBERT PAINTS"��  PIX)RIST - ��� ���  ���  Flowers for  all occasions.  v        We are: agents for large  ^  Vancouver florists.,  Fast service for weddings r.y  ���'-'���;.'''   and funerals.x  JACK MAYNE  Phone Sechelt 24 or write  P.O. Box 28.  GIFT STORE  Headquarters  for  Wool, ���  Lotions ��� Cards __ Toys  Miscellaneous .Gifts  GIBSONS 5-10-15 STORE  Left of Post Office  Gibsons,  B. C.  SECHELT  CARTAGE  M.   HEMSTREET  Sawdust ��� Wood ��� Coal_  We haul anything, anywhere,  y��� -���    anytime  Phone Sechelt 97H       Sechelt, B.C.  C & S OIL BURNERS  SALES and  SERVICE  W.   Swain ������'::?-*;      D. Currie  ... Ranges,   Furnaces,   Chimneys  Cleaned  used ranges for sale  AUTHORIZED KEMAC DEALERS  ��� Sechelt 74 ���  PLUMBING  Plumbing and Electrical  , Supplies ...  Fixtures  Service  SECHELT BUILDING  SUPPLIES  RADIO  RICHTER   RADIOS  Sechelt, B.C.  *./; Phone Sechelt 25J      ,  RADIO - APPLIANCE SERVICE  Speedy   Guaranteed    Work  New and Used Radios  REAL ESTATE; and'  "INSURANCE . " '" :.  ;v>    '-"  JOHN COLERIDGE  AGENCIES  Gibsons   and   District's   Only   Full  Time Real Estate and Insurance.  6f ficer Sirtce? 1948.  Phone Gibsons 37  SECOND HAND STORE    '  arette but be careful what rou  do with the butt- It's lighted  end varies from 800 to 1200  degrees. No one would think of  throwing a lighted blowtorch  over your shoulder so DON'T  do it with your BUTT. It might  well be called the DEVIL'S  BLOWTORCH- Be , careless  with your ASH, and FIRE  might make you feel like one.  The Coast News 7  Thursday, November 20, 1952  BBBggSSigg  �����OLTEf?SlrlAN  Halfmoon Bay  Rough & Planed Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  HARDWARE -  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 ��� Gibsons B.C.  Builders' Hardware  Paint.��� Plumbing   ;  ��� Appliances ���  Complete Installation  ^Maintenance Service  .  DELIVERIES  TO ALL POINTS  Hardware ��� China  Tools ��� Furniture ?  Household Equipment  Magazine��� Books 'X.<  WE BUY ��� TRADE ��� SELL  PENINSULA SECOND  HAND STORED  Phone Gibsons 99 .  Fireball Chatter  Water   has   always   been   a  problem of this lower end of  the PeninsuLai but we hope that  it will be  alleviated to  some  degree at least, with the completion  of the  $50,000  waterworks program-  Water is a top  priority  problem to your Fire Department also. As  an. example in  t-tixswering   some   twenty   odd  calls so far this year, two and  only two, have been so located  that  we  were  able to  use  a{  standpipe for the hose hookup  and  on   one   of  these  the  pressure at, the standpipe was  so low that we had to run thei  open hose into the truck tank  and use the pump to boost the  the presure  before it was of  much   value-   The   remaining  fires  had   to   be   fought  with  water taken  from  a   ditch,  a  creek or the salt chuck or by  relaying water from the Village  system in the trucks 35t) gallon tan:k. This latter is a slow  process that we use only as a  last resort.  Before the start of this  waterworks program we had  18 standpipes in the village;  now we have some twenty odd  more of them, covering a larger arom Nevertheless, if there  is no standpipe or hydrant,  near your home, locate the;  nearest creek/ drainage ditch  etc. (use a well as .a last resort  only) 2nd you might save a'  precious minute by being able  to direct the firemen right to  it.. It may be night time when  you need it.* ���"'*-  By the way enjoy your cig-  "There was a coldness between the bear and myself when  we first met on the ice-floe," said the bosun confidentially.  "However, by a fortunate chance I had with me a quantity  of Lamb's Navy Rum. After several tots of this dark and  heart-warming fluid, his attitude distinctly thawed. Before  long we were fast friends.  "Crisis came when I discovered that we had food and  water for fifteen years and rum for only a fortnight. I  imposed rationing, of eourse, and this testing time exposed  the dross in my companion's character. One night, I detected  him searching me for the corkscrew. Taking the only manly  course I slipped over the side with the rum while he was  sleeping and, sustained by the body-building beverage,  swam to the nearest licensed premises."  y  "A Rum story!" murmured the wedding guest thoughtfully.  "Most generous!" replied the mariner with seamanlike  alacrity. "A Lamb's Navy Rum, if you please."  V)  hpm from^  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board, or by the Government of JBritish Columbia.  Tough*  It's the NEW  HO ME LITE  Chqin Saw  [Straight Blade or Bow Saw  iii!i;I,in i ii in  Lighter - Tougher ��� Cheaper  '     THIS PILE OF CHIPS  - >  v  TYPEWRITERS  Typewriter Sales and Service  Remington  Rand  Agefit  48 -j hour service  Colin Wingrave       Granth.79L  27 lbs...4 H.P.  More Power ,  Per Pound  "fhcm^Any Other Saw  See it in action. Let us give you a free  demonstration. This new saw ..,  built and backed by Horaelite, manufacturers of more than 300,000 gasoline engine driven units ... is the best  that you can buy.:  /  i They're "big blue chips" to men in the chain  saw game because they were made with hard-  chromed OREGON B Chipper Chain, Ihe chain  that gives any saw, regardless of make, a bigger,  steadier timber cutting capacity.  ��� How? OREGON�� Chipper Chain is a speedy,  Smooth running, trouble-free performer. Quality  made, it stands up, stays sharp longer. Featuring  exclusive Fast-File Tooth, it can be easily, quickly  filed on the saw bar by the operator. Saves tint*  out, filing expense.  ��� Guaranteed, approved by practical woodsmen, OREGON�� Chipper Chain fits all makes, wit!  get you more chips (and dollars) from your chain  saw.  CD MS CI FILING INSTRUCTIONS  TRCCt   Atlcforyewrcopy.  CepyrifM, 1952, by Ongan Saw Ctai* Cory.  Chains  To Fit  ALL SAWS  iX\  Ask For A Demonstration  H4L>L *2�� PLEASE NOTE  p.m. on November 27  The Power will be shut off in all areas  East of Wilson Creek  Due to Road Construction  B.C.  Sechelt  8 The Coast News  Thursday November 20, 1952  Used Car Specials  41 OLDSMOBILE    .    sedan     $795  Custom heater, defroster, radio, 4 new tires. Fully re-conditioned  37 PLYMOUTH   Z.    coach 295  37 WILLYS  ��� ". ��� - sedan 195  37 CHEVROLET - coach 295  36 DODGE .'  coach 195  ALL CARS LICENSED  Gibsons Car Sales  Ross Roth Phone Gibsons 102 W  S��g55a^52^3  SPECIAL  xmas crreii  WESTINGHOUSE WASHER  Regular $179.00  SPECIAL PRICE $160.00  WESTINGHOUSE  Regular ��� ��� ���   SPECIAL PRICE  $359r:00  $320.00  Either Item Held Till Xmas  ��        . *        ,   ��� ' ~ i - -1 ���  See our other ad- elsewhere in this paper for other  VERY   ATTRACTIVE   OFFERS  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  /'   "  ' ��� thone Sechelt 60 ���  The "winner in any  "* sport has just that  extra edge on his competition. That's what  Harwood's has over  other brands of quality  rye. So, for years,  discriminating people  have agreed that this is  CANADA'S   FINEST  SELMA  PARK  by ELL-  A very successful Tea and  Bazaar was held in the Community Hall last Monday. Prize  winners were Mrs. "W- Swain,  Mrs. Duval and Mr- Walters.  There will be a showing of  the Educational Board film  "Royal Tour" in the Community Hall, on; Sunday evening  Noyember? 30. A cordial invitation to all who wish to attend.  The regular business, meeting  of the. Community Centre will  be held in the Hell on, Tuesday  November"25, at 8 p-m.  Grlad to report Stevie Wheeler  is home from the Hospital after  six weeks of treatments.  Roberts Creek  While repairing lines during  the recent storm, Mr. Frank  Read had "the misfortune to  sprain his foot- It's hoped that  by the time this reaches print  that he will .no longer be earth-  bound.  Mrs. F-P... Paequette is enjoy-:  ing a visit from her daughter,  Mrs.  Rickard,'vfrom  south   of,  the  border-  Mr. Jim Davidson, is spending  some    time    in    Shaughnessy  Hospital. Mrs. William Forest  plans to leave for the East to  visit her daughter, Mrs. Gibson,  on, the 25th of this month- Mr.  Alan Maclntyre was out from  Town., visiting with, his sister  Margaret, last week-end.  This eprifespondent hopes to  be able to help keep in touch  with the "Roberts Creek area  more closely each week.  ,"��� .'7.1  CARD OF THANKS  Mrs. George Walker and family wish  to thank, their -fiends and neighbors for their expressions of sympathy in their loss of their husband  and father George "Walker, and for  the floral tributes, special thanks  to Dr. Tripp and to the nurses at  St. Mary's Mission Hospital, Garden  Bay, also the Pallbearers, and to  pastor Elliott for his great kind,  ness during their bereavement.  Optometrist v  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 01  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Why go to Vancouver for  Ontical Service ?^>~  By ARIES  Distinquished v*i s i t o r s to  Sechelt arSMr. and Mrs- Clarke  Kothwell of Rose/town, Sask.��  here for -the winter months.  Mr- Rothwell is a brother of  Mrs. Duncan at thg Sechelt  Inn ; The Rothwelll's are the  "������Guests' of'Mr. aiid Mrs. Duncan  during their stay- XZyX-'-XZ-Z-  G1 oria Gardner, known to us  here as ' '��� Cookie'', celebrated  her eighth birthday. Enjoying  the party?/ which was a very  hilarious one. were Jimmy and  Duggie Doyle, Heather and n  Anne,Lang-, Bobby aind Marlene  "McCurdy, -Janie Whitaker and '  Cookie's  brother Joey.  Donna Williams is just six  years old. Had a nice birthday  party with; six candles on the  cake. Her little guests were:  Helen and Gave Gresham. Gene  Dingey, Duggie Doyle, Lena  and EJiaine Johanson and little,  brother Jimmy- A good time  v was had by all.  Mr.WJt- Duncan with Mrs?  Duncan- and ^children, are visit-  ; ing Mr. Duncan 'sj parents -at  Secheirinn^ Bill-piqican is the "  popular announieer over radio  station CKNW. They are having- a grand time.  GIRLS'   and   MISS'S   LOAFERS ��� RED   LEATHER  BOYS' and "YOUNG MEN'S DRESS LOAFERS  Children's Saddle Shoes   "   v   "  "\.  x  MEN���They re Here  $1.95-  Those new PANjEL PLEAT ties, one color or two ���  LIGHT  and  DARK shades... .>..'. .'. only  SWEATERS; fine Cardigans, V-neck Sleeveless.'  MEN'S SOCKS��� all weigrhts? from fine dress to heavy work socks  "WOOL-RAYON-NYLON" Work Soc'ks................ -95^ pair  BOY'S  SIZES, same wfeight, 7 to 10.    -05^ pair  The Mens Shop  Bal's Block      Gibsons X.  WITH EVERY $2.00 deposit on an order for  your Festive Season Turkey, a Free Ticket  will be given as a BONUS *   .. .  This Ticket will allow you a chance on a  DRAW for a'Hamper Turkey'with the  Trimmlii^. ; ' ���-,'  The date of the Drawing will be December 23rd  Union General Store  Phone "Sechelt 18  ���i-^i'-  ARE YOU TRYING TO HEAT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD?  a0to80��FU��L  8AVINO IN  WINTER  Every uninsulated house leaks heat  ���through the walls, but most of all  through the ceiling. Asmuch as 50%  of your fuel supply can be wasted in  thin way!  Why not stop such tremendous  heat loss by insulating your home  with Zonolite���the finest insulation  money can buy? Zonolite is not expensive to buy or install. In fact, you  can easily install it yourself���in your  ..attic���in just a few hours time.  Tho sooner you insulate, the  quicker Zonolite begins  to  pay  for  4tseli in fuel savings. , Start Zonoliting  now. We'll be glad to tell you how  Io do it.  0 to 19* COOLER  IN SUMMER  ALL-MINERAL ��� FIREPROOF ��� VERMINPROOF ��� ROTPROOF  :^,Z^^Z^^^ZZZ'y      1  ���������'', ���   '?���'      ' .   '4:-    '      "     .      i '"��   , '   -"*���*  (covers 26 sq. feet)  Ltd  PHONE GIBSONS S3  *v  ONE IN SIX WILL GO TO  HOSPITAL THIS YEAR  Be protected ��� it could be You!  LOWEST COST  Gainst cRiptifG  yff*JPYT All Bl^3^V  This aovertisement is not published or displajred by^the,Liquor Control  Board orbj the Goveramait.crf-BntiehColumbia "���

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