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Array , IH       111�������  ; PROVINCIAL,  \  Provin2ial  Library,  Victoria,  B.   C.  Phone your news or  orders to  GSbsORS   45 W  Sixth Year of Publication Thursday November 6, 1952      Vol. 6..- ^t   Published in GIBSONS, B.C.      Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  1 As part of Its prorram for the expansion of small industries, the  Indonesian Government requested theIKN. to supply experts to  assist in the establishment of small industries training, institutes in  various parts^of Indonesia. Recruitment is now under way for a  group of twelve specialists in such varied fields as ceramics, leather  processing and glass manufacture. Pictured is one of the U.N. experts, mechanical engineer A. T. Wallbank, observing a man-powered machine or shelling copra, which then yields coconut oil.  School Board Meetings?  Have Poor Attendance  Despite the advance publicity given it, only 26 peo'ple were  -alble to find the time or were interested enough tov.ajbtetad the  public meeting ofvthe School Trustees of Gibsons- The purpose  of the meeting was to hear the Trustees -report, to discuss school  business and to elect the Representative: TTThe 26 people wh0  attended included trustees and the school inspector, Mr. Rendle.  ? The meetings for the same. - .-������ ?. -X yyy yy,. . y ��� ������'  purpose held at- Roberts Creek  and Sechelt were even more  poorly attended; At Roberts  Creek, eight people attended f;  at Sechelt/ 11. At .'-.the meeting,  held at Gibsons, Mr. Miairsden  was re-elected Representative  by acclamation. '  With:Jfo.yR.   MeKibbin   as  chairman*'^h^  the 1952 school tru^e'^ report ���    ~,   ^ ,   ,r ���  read   by   Mr. Marsden,   w^  rZ, Once again the: Kinsmen  Club  of Gibsons  and District  :haC been very successful .in-  promoting a''safe and sane"  'iHallpwe'e^ Pa?rties for the  younger children were held at  reported that the enroUmeiuit  of the district has reached a  new all tiine 'high . "with 998  pupils in ��pu?i���^tee'n, schools. This  is an increasje of 7(J pupils since  Septemb^r?195?L and an, increase  of 357 sjnee Ihe. same period-  in. 1946. Thleteaching staff now  numbers ?38.   ?;<-'������.?:,?-x~X  Mr. ?I^ai*sden reported that  two new classrooms were opened in September, one "at Gibsons  La/nding ?Bl|ementary School  and owe ia(t Madeira Park Superior- School-  The building programme is  completed   and   the   board   is  (Gibsptnk v^Aftier the children's  party at Gibsons, a dance for  the teen-lagers followed.  Working in close co-operation with the Kinsmen were  the PTA's and the ���Canadian  Forest Produets -at Port Mellon  All three of the parties were  well organized amid well attended.   ��������� ��������� ,'... ?;?-r??V  Costume parades were held;  and prizes awarded for the best  costumes, in various, classes as  well as several special prizes.  Judges remarked on -the interest displayed by the mothers  <^f the children, who had evi-  clewtJ^   spent   much   time   in  co-ncemitratmg on improvements^.-planning and making costumes  to   school   grounds-   Consider- ;   POLICE COURT NEWS  Itnj Magistrate A. Johnston's  Court at Sechelt. Meno Brown  23 years of age, Logger of  Selma Park was fined $20.00  and costs for driving without  due care and attention after  having been involved in a collision with a/pother car.  Richard Wise. ��7; of harden  Bay wi3B fined $50 and costs  for consuming beer in a: public  place.  able work has been undertaken  at    Madeira    Park . Superior,  Egmont,   Roberts' Creefc,  'aind;  Ellphinstofaie Jr-.Sr. .'High  Sehool and some work at  Boweni Islalnd, Gibsons Landing  Elementary and Sechelt School  grounds. A float hajs been provided at Nelson! Isla��pld where  orearly all the'' children"are  t r anspo r t eZd? by boiai. The  (Continued on page 8)  (See School B��sr%2')  eohef t WI  Chcose Delegates  Mrs D- ?Browning and Mrs.  Flore'nce Turner were the delegates chosen to represent the  Sechelt W.A to the Canadian  Legion, at the Executive meeting to be held in Mission City  November 21. Many items were  discussed at. the.' meeting  including questions? about W.  V. A. conneerning the wives-*  of veteran.% to be asked the  Hoin! J. Sintejaar M-P. at 'his  ffortheomjtag. meeting (fhe  Poppy Day convenor's, Mrs..  A. Batchelor and Mrs. 0 Colson  were on hand to. distribute the  Poppies for sale-'.'among, the  the ladies who hope for a.  geinerous support in their sale^  The Parade of Veteran's and  Auxiliaries .w��ill irjeet at the!  Legion Haill at. 10^30 o,n. November 11th. All veteran's are  welcome?  Water Project  Nearly Completed  Approxim?atel:y^90 percent of  the jwjork on the?^ew water  suppty a,i]|d distribution-system  for the Municipality of Gibsons has been completed, with  15,576 ft- of pipe now installed  . and 15QQ ft. more tp be put in.  The  .reservoir    aiid    storage  tapfc hiarve been eoiripleted and  installed.  ..- .^This   work   is p)^jjq,g:? :don^e  "    frnderWei hy-raw wMch authorized    the   village   to    bOrrOw  $50,000   to   be   spent   on   improvements. The object of the  Commission is to provide water  service  to   the   whole   village,  including the new area's which  have been incorporated. Before  ���'���'��� this system was put in, much  of the  village,  especially  the  new  areas  had  no   water,   or  an inadequate supply^  An/  engineer  was   called   in  to draw up plans for the entire  area?  to  be  serviced,  and  the  estimated   cost,   according  to  "his.plan, was $50,000- The Commission decided to use a better  quality, pipe,  and this raised  ^the estimate $6,000. The pipe  used is a tranteite pipe, a pipe  made of cement and asbestos,  which is said to be far superior  to the ordinary metal or. wood  pipe. ,   - '".  Contract     for     installation  went to \R. C- Ritchey and as  y oi, now, ��� $48,973.51  has  been  spent.  Tt seems unlilcely that  the total expenditure will come  up   to   the   revised   estimate,  $6,000,-of   which   was   to   be",  taken  from  previous  accumulated   surplus.   Of ^this ' sum,  ? nearly  .40   pereent ;has   been*  soeht in the Headilanfjlisi where   .  the problem?, was  entirely  one'""���  ���ofv;.dis'tributionv->The:.?remaining.'  60 percftit went for supply and  distribution, a reservoir, supply  mains, new tank atfjd land for  the tfcink and pipelines  SECHELT RESIDENT  DS&S IN HOSPITAL  ���Mr.. George Walker, an old  time resident of west Sechelt...  passed away in St. Mary's  Hospital at Garden ?Bay. ?Borin  %',England, Mr. Walker was  a vetera/n, of the Beer Waiv He  leaves his; wife Lillian, three  sons, <Grebrge;v HaM*y and Frank,  two daughters, Mrs. Mabel  Nelsofm and Mrs. Ernie Pollock,  and several grandchildren.  arbaae ion��  Expected iri Near Future  At the villa'ge council meeting Tuesday, the Village Com-  mi'ssicini received ani application for pei-mission to start a garbage  disposal service- There was considerable discushion as to whether  the Commission should take over .the responsibility for this service alud make  it compulsory,  cha'rg  a contract to the  charging  service amd  applieiation..  giving  all  residents for  the  man who had made the  Gibsons Has less  Rain Than Vancouver  Port  Meteorological  It was decided however, that  at the present time, there are  not enough.funds available for  this purpose and an inicrease  in taxes would not be justified.  The Comissioners decided instead, to grant a trucking  license which will permit the  businessman to carry out his  plans.  Disposal outside the village  limits ha;s been arranged. Pickup of garbage will be voluntary, twice a month for householders, and two or three times  weekly for business places-  There will be a charge for the  service, which is. expected to  start ��*t the beginnimjg of the  new year.  Other problems included  roads and water supply. The  problem of how to improve  these services most economically aiid satisfactorily were  discussed aind it was decided  to do some necessary gravel  -���.w.bi&: oni the roads. E- Ritchey  wias asked to begini work on  300 feet of pipeline in the Headlands.  Cpmm.isisio��n^rs     halve     had  The  Office in Vancouver has confirmed what- the people of  Giibsoms have aiways suspected.  Gibsons has less rainfall than  Vancouver- The statistics below  were sent in to the Coast News  by R. P. Kennett, Port Meteorological Officer. Mr. Kennett  is the son; of Mr. and Mrs. R-  Kennett of Gibsons.  Total rainfall was 1.75 inches  and there were 7 days with  measurable rainfall. Skies were  mostly sunny-, amd winds were  light for the most part. First  snow of the winter wiafe ��� seen  on the. mouinitaini peaks Oct. 31.  In summary, drought conditions prevailed until Oct. 19th  when our first measurable vahvr  fall was. recorded. Greatest rafn?  fall iVna 24 hour period ocured'  on Oct. 23 when. >.81 inches  fell. \  In   comparison,. ^.Vancouver ,.. , .. A    ,,   _.  .. J .. ,  ,n.,        ���������,. l ���r--..yJ'o'>-^-u-��,- ~t   .verbal.complaints that, outside  City���-; recieved v2il��5 .���.���.-iiie.nes-*^pi.-v:^. v^���yyy^X^J,.yy^-y r~.,.��.,ycy-  ate  in   the  visage  have 'been,  rain in October making it??the  driest-October since 1907. The  city also established'anew sunshine record for October with  153.1 hours', af*:d thereby passing the previous record of  150.9  hours  in   October   1916.  Mrs E. E. Wallis  P J.A. President  Mrs. E.Wia.'llis was i*e-elected  president of the Sechelt Peninsula Parent - Teachers Council  at the annual meeting held in  the Sechelt Superior School,  Tuesday November 4. PTA  representatives from, CHbstons  Roberts Creek, - Sechelt and  Pender Harbour, also elected  Vice-President Max Tracy  (Sechelt) Secretary-treasurer  Mrs. J.E. Flumerfelt (Roberts  Creek). Members at Large Mrs.  "'Jack Redmani XSeehelt) G. II-  Nachtijol (Madeira Park) Mrs.  N-H. Hough  ((jribsons)  A lefter of inquiry regarding  plans   for   the   badly   n/eeded ,  dental  c*are  program - will  be  sent to the School Board.  = :% Student  Council representa- .  tives Wendy Smith aind Sundi  :��� Stroshein    requested    regular  representation on the council to  act as liason* between the Students > Council   and   the   PTA ���  Council. ���������'  Plains for a future ma?jor  event to be sponsored by the  Council are under consideration!. ..    _    ' . \   .,:?;  Mrs Johin. Daly of Madeira  Park PTA was introduced as  the new chairman of the Penin-  sulaTaflent  Comm&ttee.n  LOCAL MAN IN ACCIDENT  Cliff Edwardson of Irvine's  Landing suffered no serious  injuries when, he was hit by a  tr,uek on Hastings Street in  Vancouver this morning He  is now released from hospital.  taking    business    'from    local  firms.   The  local  tradespeople  with'  knowledge  of ��� such incidents  should   report  them   to  the   Board   of   Commissioners,  who   ca/n,   then,   with   specific  names and instances go ahead  and force offenders to be lieon-  ed ito the--'village, or be prosecuted. The council was in;���full*  agreement to. do all. in its power  to  protect the local businessman. .;f ��� * ���'  It. Avas an^loun'ced that a  court of revision of the voter's  list will sit <>���*") Saturday, November 15, at? 10 a.m-  Sechelt PTA Stage  Hallowe'en Party  The second anaiugi! Halloween Party held by the Sechelt  PTA on. Friday night proved  to be very successful- Thanks  to Cther kindness of Father  Viney, the PTA was able to  use the Ilndian Residential  Sehool for the party. The Hall  was beautifully decorated by  Miss Apps and her committee.  Most of the children'-both of  pre-school and school ages,  came in costumes of all description. A costume parade  was 'followed by the fudging  and awardimtg of prizes for the1  best, costume in each class.  Judges were: Mrs. Osbournn.  Mrs. Chiltern, Mr. Arndt ar.d  Mr- Mayne.  After  the eostume  parade  aind the a-warding? pf prizes,  all of the children received  their treats. The crowd then  moved outside to the. beach to  watch ��the fireworks display  which was held off the government wharf.  Mr. Lucken and his committee were responsible for the  amhrnns;. of the,y>a!rty pn^l  Orv Moscrip was M.C. The Coast News  Thursday November 6, 1952  jetus  (Established 1945)  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.  Member B.C. Weekly Newspaper Advertising: Bureau  SAMUEL NUTTER, Publisher  m  Published every Thursday at Gibsons, B.C.;. i  Authorized  as second  class mail,   Post  Office  Department,   Ottawa,  Bates of Subscription: 12 mos. $2.U0; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign, $2.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45W  Box 6, Gibsons. ' British Columbia.  it  vlonaid  Armistice Day.  If we, as Canadians, have any /pride in our Country and its  accomplishments, we should)"aj^with no thought of race or religion, take part m the. Memorial Services held, on the day set  apart to honor the memory of those of our sons.who- laid down  their lives on the field of battle, in order that our way of life  should not be destroyed by antJagoniistic forces.  At five minutes to eleven of the morning of Tuesday November 11th the services for the Gibsons aind surrounding area, will  be held at the Canadian Legion Hall. Let us ail?!/"Veteran, and  Civilian talike, make it a poifrlt to attend.  Canadians in Korea  What of our young men. in Korea'? Surely, after two years  of battle, this Remembrance Day can mean little Ip^theiii: What,  then, of the future? Are they to be the forgotten*'Veteran of  times to come, just as so matny of the warriors of past battles  ha've become our forgottelm veterans of today ?  Tribute paid to the soul, one day in theyeiar is not enough  if none is paid the body throughout the remaining three hundred  and sixty four- For just as these men could not* and cannot,  demand for themselves alny ^special considerations,_in time ' of  war, neither can they do s,o mow aind in,the.future. It isithe state,  .acting in accordance with the will of its people, that must decide  the treatment they shall get- ���"������7,    ?  Let us, during the two minutes of silence on this November  11th, think of what those who have fought, amid those who are  still fighting, for this state, have to remember with pride for  their efforts. Perhaps, if we do, thety ih the years to come all of  ius will be ahle to look upon this Day truly as one of Remembrance.  S  SUPPORTS CBC  Editor, The Coast .News,  Sir: ���  I would like'tb^ add a word  * of support to Mr. Rees's letter  regarding your article on the-  CBC.  I am quite sure that the CBC  in its attempt to persuade the  private Radio Stations to use  more Ganiadian Tajlent had no  intention of foisting a collection) of half-trained' singers  and instrumentalists v on the  public.  There is no -weed for siicha  thing-  The CBC - uses Canadian  Talent almost exclusively and  mo one could deny the fact that  the Commission has??dbhe more  to ihiprove the standard of  broadcasting than) all ���the  private stations put together,  have dotnie.  As to tihe-ipopularity of the  CBC programs,  I don't thinik  ;there has ever^ been a Royal  Commission set up to inquire  intbv the' respective popularity  of the various stations', so I  eamfnot quite see where the  Coast News gets the information for its somewhat sweeping  assertion!.  Hb we ver, I think I ca/ti  SEjFely say that the CBC Wednesday    night    pro g r am s,  . modelled closely on the famous  third programof the BBC, has  a large foliowi/vlg among the  more discriminatiiLo; audiences  in the U'nfited States-  A  No doubt, if this fact were"  Keaaers m  VETERANS ALLOWANCE  Editor, The Coast News,  Sir: ���  .'������ Howe Sound and district  Branch 109 of the Canadian  Legion feels there is ay woeful  lack of knowledge by. the general Public of the reasons why  Veterans' are so incensced at  ne^y regulations governing War  Veterans allowance as outlined  itar Bill'181-  The public has been led to  believe that ALL Veterans on  WrV.A. may earn any amount  ' of money, by casual labor, over  the" Allowance if they so desire  This is not the case - only Vet-  erafnis of 60 years or over may  earn money-but they are NOT  ���   allowed to follow their regular  trade or profession,, and their  Allowain.ee  is   stopped   during  any   months   they   do   work-  Sec. 4 Para- 1 Sub See a, b, c.  There are at present 32% of  W.V..A- recipients under 60  3-*ears. of .aige - these men. are  p not allowed to eearn anything  NOT allowed to ea.rn anything  under any circustanee according to the new ruling.  It wiJll be readily understood,  that a  large number of theser  i men   'receive    small    pensions  (this "a p plies to all W.V.A.  recipients)"    The    amount    of  these     pensions    is    then -  deducted    from    the    W-V-A.  sum,   thus,   in   effect,-- taking  away tlie niapnAs pension. If he  has, say, $40.00 per month pension,   instead   of   getting   the  maximum   of  $50-00  plus  the  $40.00 they deduct $30-00 from  the $50.00 so that he gets $60.  instead of $90.00.  Now look at  the ** men who  make    these - decisions     The  Chairman  of  this  board  gets -  $?L0,O00.00; per annum and each  of the five members $8,000.00  a year Sec- 25 Para-6 of the  Bill- As to pensions,  after 10  years of service or on reaching  the vage o|^65 he may recieve .  one   third?: of    his   salary   or'  $2,833.33 per annum aiid should  he pre-desease his spouse, she  receives $1,416.50 per alimum.  See-; 25 ?Para*-9, b.~ ^  Judging from this standpoint  the Government apparently  figure it takes 14 to 17 men  who offered their lives for  their country to equal one  poiticiam. X.X.yZ        -   f*  E.G- Sergant.   "  y,.;     Secretary, v  Branch  109,  Carndadian Legioini.  more widely kniown, Canadians  ever eia,ger to follow^the example of our neighbors to the  South would listen? more atteh-  tiv<elly to the good things the  CBC has "to offer.    - \  Margaret -Melntyre    '*  jL.^  0FP0WBR70 ENER&y  ��� " ~ -'.���'���. ��� �����. *  - f    .- y -"  . . y  To^ierve ihe- Sechelt Peninsula, the.  Ccininission converts the dynamic power  ofv the Clowhom River into electricity  for better living and for job-providing  businesses v.,and industries. Electricity r-  the moaeirn servant���is available at the  flick- of \ switch 24 hours a day to ease  household^ chores. Increased use of power  reduces your unit Mlowatt Hour cost.  BRITISH  COLUMBSA  POWER COMMISSION:���  *,  I)on't  -;.                         -   '   '"-         ..^"''. . '             :"'  Say Breads   :.  ."���'���.���    ���  Say ���-���'"$/[  icGAVlN'S"  Norman Stewart  ;     R.R. 1* GIBSONS  Local Sales' Rep.  -  Phonei Gib. 20-A  Floor Coverings  High Grade Quality  Inlaid Lino  Printed Lino  .from   <��"|   85. per yard  from -75 per yard  60 Rolls to choose from  CONGO-WALL   and   QUAKER WALL  Floor Tile  9X9 Tilevein    ��� 19^ and 21^ each  9 X 9 Marboleum      23# each  RUBBER   TILE ��� ASPHALT   TILE     -  DOOR MATS"*��� HALL RUNNERS  Floor Sanding Equipment ��� Lino Roller and Tools  YOU BUY IT ��� WE LAY IT  Gibsons Building Supplies Ltd.  PHONE GIBSONS 53  1^  -v.  ^Tlie 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  ulmrUIJlId  VwB   ������ V w VH IV.  ���''���j,CJt..i\i A^biitw yy.  This aavertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control  Board or bj the Government of British Columbia * THE PLEDGE  Editor, Tb^?.6dast News,  Sir: ��� ,?.v "���'''?��� "' V:*v ..  The near approach of November-<Lltli prompts me to  write that; Again) we can and  should renew our pledge to  those who gave their ail, their  ?jives, believing in the noble  cause for which we fought.  To , those a.t't en din g the  Remembrance. Services it will  be apparent; To oil others observing the "SileirJt Tribute", I  commend By r o n' sv immortal  wiords for jnward reflectigii  as their pledge -of" >Reiriber-  aoxce': '...: ���;; ��� XrZXyyXy:XZxZy, ��� . ���  "They/shill g^J^intitiold^as^  we that;ai^ ^f1vtb?^grow?picl-  Age shall ^not- weary theni,  nor the years rSdh?dem:!.'-;\  Z  At the going dowii of the sun  arad in the-morn-hiw      ./.?  WE WILL ^^lEMB^R ?: ?   v  .TimM.,X^Xr:Xy.'y^Xy  .. ������.;J  A Comrade  v*  ���..   "y     byW;E New  ' oibsonews  The good wishes of the eom-  \   muirJity   are   with   Roy  Evans*  ;.   Sam  Topham   and; ?Earl King  >   off   to   B e a v e r d a 11    near  -  Penticton, jilso with ?Bob?Norris  and family .at Knight's Inlet.  And all the best to Pat (Day)  { As'hby   and . her*; new  husband  .  Sgt. C-B. Ashby who ��Mve been  visitimg Pat's mother ?M?rs. C|oe  ,  Day- They have  just left for ���  v Panama?   City,   Florida!,   where  y he is stationed at the landing  ''" field   control  tower.  En   route  'they   will   visit   Pat's   grandmother, in Auburn Wash'., and  ���  'his     h o m.e     i n    Henderson  ?K?entucky;    . 'X'*  X..X-y-.'::yXX  Other visitors to  Mrs.   Day  ' were her parepts.' ?M?r- an^vMrs. .,.  ClydevPtefvne froin ;Aub\^  , brother Mr. ?Iien?ard ?Payiie with  ���wife aind family^ frbm Whidby^  Island-'-.,, -,yy\.,-   Z.'yy ;*������?��� v" ..-.?���  Miss Claire Veiteh was home  for a day's visit from St; Paul's  Some colered views of africa ,  will be shown at 7:30 Saturday  in   the   Gibsons   Memorial  United Church Hall. Miss Lade  of   Vancouver   speiat   a   year  and  should be   able to 'tell  a  there as an exchange teaeher,  very kiiterevstinig story.      ?; . v' ?;?  About 130 people enj6yed>anf  excellent turkey dinner:yin> thej^  Gibsom-'s Legion^ Hall  Sunday  afternoon, under the  auspices  of   the   Alter   Society   of   St.  Mary's Church^ An interesting  film was show,ri afterwards-  All good  wishes to Mrs. A- "**  Hague,  who is  temporarily  a  visitor in hospital in Van.       [  Miss.    Scott,  of   Vancouver  gave    an   interesting   flannel-'  graph to the' children of the  Granthams    Landing   Sunday  School-and' their friends on a  recent Sunday afternoon.  ��i ���-���  -.     ���       ��� ��� ���������-..��� ���. ..      i        %  SCOUT GROUP '  ^0 BE FORMED  A new Boy Scout Group and  Oub Pack are. beingvformed im  Gibsons. These worthy movements ha've branches ini most of  the world. They are welL-  knownt for their exellent work  in developing qualities of self-  reliance and leadership and for  teaching many useful aprts and  crafts-  All boys living in Gibsons,  Granthams or Hopkins who are  interested iini joining a' Cub  Pack (8 to 11 inclusive) or a  Scouft":Group (12 to 16 inclusive) are asked to phone Mrs-  Dawson, Gibsons 58, or Mrs.  Skidmpre at 65R. mot later  thani Wednesday, November 12  iThev will supply further infor- .  maltion over the phone.  Photography Hints  for Amateur Fans  Now that dull winter days  are crowding in, we'll be doing  less shutter - snapping, unless  we are blessed with a.camera  with a, good fast lens  and a  .flash adapter- So, we may have'  a roll of film or two that we  haven't used that we'll want to  store for the winter.  Film stored in warm even  temperatures, over 75 degrees,  : wJlJL' keep only two months.  After that time it will begin  to show fogging when developed.- The same film will be  good for 6 months stored at  60 degrees, and for a year if  stored at .50 degrees.  ,:'_JVtpst .refrigerators operate  on about 40 degrees- Keep your  film in the refrigerator all  winter. If.C you have a: deep  freeze, wit.H temperatures down  to' ��� iero, it won't h arm- But,  youSmust keep moisture away  from the .film, and that is a  problem with food inn the same  refrigeration compartment Best  bet is to put the film an a quart  sealer or a/ jam can before put-  iiig it in refrigeration.  ��� '  Film,  if? kept cool will  last  for years, wheather it is exposed or not. A photo finisher  in the interior of BtC. recently  had a customer biding in a roll  of film to be developed. The  first few pictures on the roll  showed pictures of a baby in  a buggy. The last few pictures  showed a teen-age? boy���the  bajby in the first pictures.  The film had been in the  camera! while ) the boy grew  from a baby into young man/-  hood���a matter of periiups 13  years* and the film, was only  slightly fogged-  The camera, had been kept  in a cool, dry^place in a dark  cupboard.  But, if you doir/t want to  take chances on loss of film  speed or fogging, keep your  film in the refrigerator during  the winter months whm-you're  not using it-  NEW INSPECTOR >...*..  VISITS INDUSTRIAL ARTS  Mr. T. Quay lie, new Inspector  of Industrial Arts, spent Friday  with Mr- Peers. He wim here  ���on a survey in: which he is  covering all the Z-Industrial  Arts shops of the province-  Thursday November 6, 1952  The Coast News  SPECIALS  DRYGOODS  Woolen Gloves and Berets  for the cold days  LADIES GIRL'S BOY'S CHILDREN'S  -....v MEAIS.^-.,,���:.   .;.,,;������-��� . .:?  SMOKED PICNIC HAMS   limited number   per lb. 390  FRESH PICNICS.  ..per lb. 390  BOTH SATURDAY ONLY v  razH;  GROCERIES  HEINZ  TOMATO KETCHUP..   ... 13 oz bottle 200  HEINZ RICE OR BARLEY CEREAL    ..... J oz 230  - both good buys  NEW OPERATING HOURS  Commencing Week of November 17  Store closed all day Monday  Open Tuesday to Friday from 9 to 6  Open Saturday^ 9 to 6:30  UNION RED AND WHITE STORE  nion General Store  Phone Sechell* 18  School Hall, November 8  g s���  lusic By Tiie Legionnair  Adults  Students  9 p.m.  Adults  Students  500  250  400  200  And other Bapco indoor finishes  Bapco Satin Finish  ^aptone Wall Finish  Bapco Iron Oil  and  Swing   Satin    (Rubberized)  See ic Hew color  SPECIAL BUYS y  fop   Grade  303  British %Enfield   P���14  Sporter Rifle, New Condition  at ��39# 93 while they last  Thinking of Christmas?  Make your gift selection while stocks are good- 10  percent down will hold any item until December 24th  Knowles  Phone 33  ���HARPWARE-  Gibsons, R.C.  YOU CAN BUY YOUR BONDS-for cash or by instalments  ai your neighbourhood B of M branch  rw v  *.     %  ��\ %  .% '������w  W06R1H6 WITH, CAKADIANS IN EVERY WALK OF LIFE SINCE  1817  DOWN PAYMINT^F:5^  - m FOR A $50 BONMS FOR ^S1Q0 &0ND, etc,  '������:���..'������      .v     '-���������    >.y;. '_ ;������*���������   .... .;.-..<.     ���:.;;���' :;-r'-X._ ..        :  BALANCE IN EASY INSTALMENTS OVER 0m  Gibsons  Branch: THOMAS  LARSON, Manager  Sechelt  (Sub-agency); Opsn Tuesday and Thursday  Port  Mellon   (Sub-agency); Open   Friday ^  D178B The Coast News      Thursday November 6, 1952  Use The Coast News Classified       Date Pad  losons (sir  ANGLICAN CHURCH  November 9, 1952  22nd Sunday after Trinmdty  St. Bartholomew's  Church  "11.00 a.m.  Sunday School  3.30 p.m. Even Song  St. Hilda's Church ��� Sechelt  1.45 p.m. Evensong  1.45 p.m. Sunday Sehool  St. Aidan's Church  Roberts Creek  11.00/a.m. Holy Communion  2.00 p.m. Sunday School  UNITED CHURCH  Gibsons:  9.45 a'.m. Sunday School  11.00 a.m. Public  Worship  Roberts Creek:  2.00 p.m. Public Worship  Selma Park:  3.30 p.m. Public Worship  Port Mellon:  7.30 Friday Evenings  An invitation is extended to  all who have no other church  home.  PENTECOSTAL  TABERNACLE  Sunday Services:  9:45 a.m. ^Sunday 'School  11:00 a.m.'Devotional  7:30 p.m. Evangelistic  Prayer and Bible Study  Wednesday 8 p.m. .  Young People's,    Friday, 7:30  Wilson Creek  2   p.m.  Sunday  School  Evangelistic   Service  Tuesday 8 p.m.  Roberts Creek  Service .Monday,  7:30   p.m.  St. VINCENT'S MISSIONS  November 9, 1952  "St. Mary ������ Gibsons ��� 9 a.m**-1  H?oly;; Family ��� Sechelt  11 a.m.  November 16, 1952  Holy Family ��� Sechelt .  9 a.m.  St.''Ei3rv ��� Gibsons ��� 11 a.m.  Remembrance Day Service        Tuesday?November 11th, 1952  \  FOR SALE  Leaving' ^district? Must setly 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^ articles v. all fefefcrijiced. ,  P. Williams "Brynmawr," ]"3ay  Road, Gibsons. "fcfn  Roughand  Planed Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  KOLTERMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  Newly? fouUfc 2 room cottage. -Nicely  finished inside -and out. Built in  cupboards Jin both rooms. Good  stove?,- included. Must be moved off  "property^tjf^sonaW^ priced. Apply  to' Mrs..-?'Pv?' Doxsee,  in   tlie   Bay,  /Gibsons. 44  FOR  RENT  BED  'At Hopkins. Six room house, large  living room with fireplace, three  bedrooms,,.. modern plumbing .and  Pembroke ��Bath. $35?- Plione West  Vancouver, 1407L1 or see Maclaren  1651  for sale or long term lease. Contains approximately 32 acres.  Box 17, Coast News, Gibsons.      , '      : -      ...        ;?-v44  Double barrel shotgun, Damascus  Steel, in good condition. See ���  Henderson, Wilson Creek.  44  Turkeys all sizes, fresh from  Aune's Turkey Farm. Phone 5W  Wilson Creek, B.C. tfn  Baby   Budjgies H$5.��0 Male  or  Female,   well  bred  talking  strain.  Make fine gifts. Orders taken now.  Mrs.   Cox,  Roberts  Creek,' 21K.  47  24th St. West Vancouver.  tfn  For r^at four room suite and utility,  f ull plumbing, electricity, unfurnished. Appy Mrs ^Wheeler Granthams  Landing.  Three room suite, $25 per month  in Granthams. H. Stuchberry.  WORK WANTED  Troller 30x8x4 in first class condition throughout. Gurdys etc.  Heavy duty 8 Easthope, $1500.00  Apply Box 18 Coast News, Gibsons,  British Columbia.   ...    V"*   '.-        44  Boy's Sidewalk Bicycle,-igpod eoh_'  dition.    Phone    118,    R. ��� Hunter  Gibsons.      . ' 45  Alder  wood,  $10.50 per cord;   Fir  wood  $11.50 per  cord, delivered.  E. McCartney.  R.R. 1., Gibsons;  Phone 67 H tfn  One Ladies COM Bike, nearly  new. Cash $35. Apply Bill McLeod,  Gibsons, B.C.  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  ��� i. ';"       ��� ' 'jji '    i.  WANTED ; '  ���-;.Will buy acreage on or close to  Highway ���|iGibsons; to Pender Har^  bqur. AH replies, answered. Box 15,  the Coa^. News.  LOST '���'���'���'���'  LOST one ^ inch electric drill.  Reward. Apply Standard Motors,  Wilson Cx'eek. Sechelt or Gibsons.  November 7 ~ Gibsons. St. Bar.  tholomew's W.A. Christmas Bazaar  tea home-cooking at 2 p.m. in the  Parish Hall.  November 8 ��� Gibsons PTA's  old time dance in School Hall at;  9 p.m. Music by the Legionnaires.  Do not miss thisl���ffun for all.  November 8 ��� Gibsons United  Church at 7:30 p.m., pictures of  real interest taken in South Africa  and India, will be shown by Miss  Lade of Vancouver. - Sponsored by  United Church W.A. Collection  for funds.  November  10 -*��� Sechelt  Legion  HaJl   6:30  pjn.,   annual   Remembrance Day dinner for members of  Branch 140 and Wives and members  L.A. 140 and Husbands.  November,* ifl ��� Roberts Creek,  another of the splendid VON  dances at 9:30���Evan Kemp and  his Trail Riders means good music,  always a good time at a VON  dance. ~���  November 11 ��� Gibsons Canadian  Legic*^ Branch 109 will hold a  Turkey Dinner and entertainment.  Armistice Day, 6:30 p.m.  Armistice Day, 6:30 p.m. in the  Legion Hall .every one invited $1.00  ticket.  Novembervi2 ��� Gibsons, in the  Legion Hall at 2 p.m. O.E.S. annual  fall bapaar.v needle work, home-  cooking, white elephant sale, fish  pond etc.     % -y  ->. ��� .j    v -   ���      ' .      <  November X112 ��� Gibsons, the  regular meeting of VON, 1:30 sharp  at the home of Mrs. Rees.  5. ���  .'        ���X'X: * �����  November 12���Gibsons Legion  Hall���O.E.S; annual fall bazaar,  needle work, home cooking,  white elephant sale, fish pond,  pOst office.  .? November --18 ���  - Gibsons  , regular  meeting ..iWJ"^ 2  Barnes, ^vv*^-?  p.m. -at  Mrs?  I.  November, 18  United   Church  work, etc.  *  ��� Gi  W.A.  bson s  sale' of  November 18 ���  Gibsons.  Regular  meeting   W.I.  2 ���.  p.m.   at  Mrs.   L.  Baines.  . -*"  November ;21 ��� Gibsons School  Hall, 2p.m. Big Xmas Bazaar.  November 21���Roberts Creek  St. Aidans W.A. in church hall.  Fall bazaars sewing table, home-  cooking,  Christmas cands,  etc.  -   '������': i  y,       ���  November 21 ��� Gibsons, 2 pjn;-  W.I. Xmas ^azaar.  November 17 ��� Selma Park Com;-  munity   Centre,   Tea   and   Bazaar  2:30 to 5:(K>r  !.�� ���. .     . ���    .  Each week, we will feature a real  good buy ��� it will pay you to check  these as they appear.  GOWER'POINT ��� acre, cleared,  fenced, lovely view, sxnaM, warm  cabin. A rare bargain at $2100. ....  FOR RESULTS LIST YOUR  PROPERTY WITH  '    - the-  Totem   Realty  Phone Gibsons 44  LEGALS  s in tujnonion  Of interest to her~ many  friends in Gibsons was the wedding of Pat Day wfliieh took  place ini Edmonton onTSaturday  October 25th. The wedding wa's  held iajt 7:30 p-m. in the,  ?Robertson United- Church.  Officiating was Rev. R, Smith  of Edmontoni.  The Bride, who. has often  spent vacations with Mrs. C.  Day, her mother in Gibsons,  chose a semi -formal strapless  cocktail dress in a shade of  palle blue with a. high-collared  jacket of pink ilace. Pink gloves  and hat amid grey shoes completed her costume. Her flowers  were white gardenias with  scattered red rosebuds. Bridesmaid, Miss Peg Niekart of;  Edmonton wore lavender semi-  formal strapless cocktail dress  with a lavender and white satin  jacket. Her accessories were  black hat. shoes and gloves.  Deep pink roses were her  flowers.   ���'"-,���:.. .  The ( Groom, ' S/Sgfc. C. B.  Asjhby of Henderson, Kentucky  is a.member of the American *  Air Force- He was married.'in  the formal uniform of the Air  Force. ' .. .7' . ���   .  Pat wa's given away by her  father, JR. Day of ?E3monto.n.  Best man was the brother of'  the bride, Chester C. Day who  formerly made his home in  Gibsons- "Ches" now Lives in  Edmo/nton. ,  A-small reception for immediate relatives and friends was  held at the home of J-R- Day.  The couple are now spending  a few days with Mrs- C? Day.  mother of the bride. Later they  will-visit Mr. andMrs. A. Ashby  parents of the groom, ''in.' Hen-  ders-v?, Kentucl^y- Pat and  Chuck will ma|ee?|tneir home  in j^hni^d^GSi^^^^md^:..   -^ .  When    they "^arrived,    ifere  on    Thursday     evert'otig'-y the ^  bride and groom were greeted  by a group of Gibsons' people  who.gave ai surprise? party in  their -honour  at  the  home" of  Mrs.   Veiteh"  Guests .injeluded ''  Mr.   and   Mrs.   C.   Payniet   of  Auburn, W a s hi n g t-6 n, the  bnideS gria.ndpa^enits, who came  ���  up especially for the occassion.  It was a  very  enjoyable eve-,  ning for all-      '     -  Candlelight Service  Held on Hallowe'en  ^candlelight service of the  Yoiunlg People's Night, held in  the Pentecostal Tabernacle on  Haliowe 'en evening, Ava.s?,vwell  atteiifded- Speakers were" Mrs.  H, M air s_h al I and lilrs. S.  Fladager. Their subject was  "Take Off--Those Masks."  They spoke , of the value of  sincerity and-honesty-After the  service,1' a wienier roast was  held outside the church for  the younger ones.   V:-><��v?;  The atten dance co'htest for  the Sunkiky School is half over.  Attendance is' now up to. 63-  The grand prize will be given?,  at Christmas. The prizes are a  boy's? tool chest aind a. doll with  wa?rdrobe for the girls. Pearl  Faotmham wiap the winner of the  first; month's con^test.  Firehall Chatter  While records show that  November is usually the worst  month of the year for fires,  November will havie to go some  to beat the six calls put in  during October and it will  be a long time (we hope) before, we:,get thrfe calls in on&.  day tov compare with Thanksgiving Day ?1952.    yv?  "W;IS?E people; will take advantage of: the professonal  chimney sweep..that is in-tliQ  village now.  It is almost time "that the  diggJri<g in front of the fire  hall aiid the road fixed between the hall and Joes Garage  before w,e lcise���". our o)nly fire  truck in one of the holes.  ; Just because Fire Season  is over DON'T get careless  with your butts- In 1951 better  than 34 percem/t of all the fires  in-B.C. '(residential, industrial, bush fires amd all) were  caused .by careless smokers.  .... Don't be an ash.?... put  out your butt.  ��� -:... By GYPSY TOWERS  NoTembe'r and the trees  slowly losiinig their > autumn  dress, bush fires aglow, the,  fishinig fleet back in the Bay,  a nip in the air and winter  rapidly approaching- Whatv a  wonderful fall-It :; r-   yZ  ���;Quiet/';; Preya4eg,;itlie,;; ?Poi|n[t  except for the sound of bulbs  being dropped for the spring  blooming; daffodils and tulips  and the sound ol^ine-rry music  issuing from Stronloehie��" the  scene of a jolly dancing party  given by Mr. amd Mrs. William  Bow. . ���-:'���.;���.���  -:Ex" Gowerite Percy Farnsworth making a good recovery  from his recent operation. Mrs-  F.W- Dawson* raring to go���-���  staying1 piit not in the Irish  one's; mature. Mrs. Jim Beaton;  up hill and down dale collecting for the blind. Wonder if  the time- and "effort spent by  these^ volunteer workers are  appreciated.      ~  Mr., amd Mrs- James Dykes  parcelling up blooms from their  flower garden - spreiading sun  shime an many "a Vancouver  apa-rtmefnt- M r s. Towlpsend  back on the job v*jith son James  and daughter Lena up to visit.  Mr. and ?MJrs. S. A- Porteaus  irncely ensconced in their Vamt-  couver home, secretly missing  the friendliness of Gower and  the specialists who, if they  cam't catch fish by. hook amd  line spear them with.a gaff!  The Thorn .estate, sporting  a very artisticallv carved sign  "The Sylvan Sea". Vic Met-  c.ajfe cleann'iig up' the debris  left by the loggers who harvested his >taM timbers: So,it goes,  never a dull moment or an idle*  hand.  Use The Goast News Classified  TAKE NOTICE thatsl l*jaye posted  copies of the Voter's List of The  Corporation - bt ..the "ViUage of  Gibsons Laridiin& for jthe year 1952  in my office^aliidva^' tih^ Municipal  Hall, and, that a Court of Revision,  to revise aaid correct;-the said list  will be held in>!&e?;::Municipal  Hall, Gibsons, B.C., on the vFifteenth'   (15th)   day   of   November^  1952, at Ten o'clock in the^fore-  . ����� . .....   .-..���. .-.  noon.*      . ir ::.'������'��� ?��-  iRobert,.Burns v, .       ?  Clerk.   . : ���j , , _ *Pf  For Your  ESSO furnace fuel oil  Z:ZZ'ZZZ.Seeyowr Imperial OU agent,  Reg. Godfrey,                     Phone Grantham 56  (cSSO) IMPER1AL   01L   L8M1TED Sechelt  By ARIES  Passing through Sechelt and  taking time to call in to see  his friends at Sechelt Inn, Mr.  and Mrs. Dunca'ai, was Capt.  J im MacDonnell, Superint en-  dant of the Jervis Express  Company, with him were two  friends, Dennis Buck of Vancouver and Ron Alien also of  Vamicouver, they were all on a  hunting trip.  Calling back on their way  home, they raved about the  beauties of the Inlet. We hope  we shall see them again.  Sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs  Henry 'Doucjf.t /amd daughter.  Marguerite, who have been  transferred to Salt" Spring  Island. Mr. Doucet has been  tidal observer here for some  time. They will both be sadly  missed, they were very community minded a*nd always  wiliin;g to~frelp. The Legion  wi21 especially miss them as  they were always on hand  when "needed. Mr. Doucet was  also a member of the Choraliers  and active in St. Vincent's  Mission.  We are also losing Mr.-.amd  Mrs. Bert Wails and Marg'airet  who are going back to Mission  a|ter  spending   some ,moaiths  with us here.  Geraldiiie McKissock. daug-  ter of Mr, and Mrs. Walter  TVtcKissock had" a birthday  celebrate the day were Carol  Gibsons Brownies  Graduated Monday  Ofii Monday evening, in' the  School Halb Gibsons,, four  happy little Brownies flew  out of their Brownie Pack  right into the First Gibsons  Company Girl Guides. It only  took a few -minutes/to fly,-but  many hours of? work by the  Brownies and their loaders to  get ready "for "-the ^flight.v Any  Brownie, who is 'eleveihi years  old may walk into Guides, and  about six of them have "done  so- But in order-to fly up,there  are mairy tests to be passed.  >A Browidie receives first a  Golden 'Bar,.- and then ia Golden  Hand.���* and them/ she receives  her wings. ?  The JBrownies were Bunny  Herrin, Florence Blaine,  Johanne Ballentine, a'nd Mary  Secbrd: Nancy Duggam, was  also ready to fly. but wi'as \inr-  avoidably absent owing to  illness.  -The'- efficient leaders of the  Browndes ���; are Mrs. Stenner,  Brown Owl, and Mrs-. Baillen-  tine Tawny Owl, and of the^  Guides Mrs. v Les. Peterson-",  Captain, and Mrs- Robertson,  Lieuten|a:nt.  lary vooper  Gary Cooper how hdHdaying  in Canada will be seen this  week at the Gibsons Theatre  in Uncbiiquerecl��� Cecil B. De-  Milles mighty eighteenth century tale of the American  ifrontier-.  Webb, Heather Lan;g9 JDiane  Hopkins, Jamie W h it a ke r,  Bonnie Mills, Marguerite Doucet and Gaye Gresham. Gerry  is now five. Happy birthday  Gerry.  A few of the small fry had  a pre-Halioween party at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy  Powell. Fireworks, games and  contests-were the."Order of the  day with the usual Hailloween  costumes. The little hostess was  Elaine Powell and her guests  were Gerry and Maureen McKissock, Sheila. Nelson, Chuckie  Pooiteet. Butchie aind Lucille  Na'deau. All had ia* grand time.  Jeam and Judy Lawrence are  staying with Mr. and Mrs. Carl  Peterson on Porpoise Bay  road. Mrs Lawrence is still in  Vancouver. s  Oini the sick list is Mr. G.  Phillips who went to Garden  Bay Hospital. Mrs Phillips is  also there, and we hope they  will be back here soon, both in  better health.'    '^  Hold Tea ami Sale  The teldies of the guild of St.  Hilda's Anglican Church held  a very successful tea in the  Secihelt Iimm. ^the De Pencier  Evening Circle sponsored a  stall featuring small novelties  which was very well patronized  One of the main attractions  proved to be a! table of Home  Cooking. General Convenor  Mrs. Alice Batehlor. and her  assistants, members of the  Guild are to be congratulated  on -the success of the affair-  President of this group is Mrs.  W.B. Billingsly. In attendance  were Rev- H.V. Oswald and  Mrs. Oswald. The proceeds of  work, the outstanding item of  this tea are to be used in church  which is mow the improvement  of the Church grounds-  Thursday November 6, 1952   The Coast News  5  Is your Chimney Safe? Why not make sure- Have it  cleaned by an expert today.  Does your Roof Leak? Call us for expert repairs ���  replacements, or new roof.  Gibsons Roofing And  Chimney Cleaning Service  Phone Gibsons 44  WINTER CLOTHING  in good supply  new stock of dresses arriving daily  FULL LINE OF RUBBERS  Ladie's, Men's, Boy's Children's  TASELL4 SHOPPE  Sechelt, B.C.  OUTSTOPS ALL OTHER TIRES  The charts of actual comparison tests 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 safety 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 to 25%  better traction. ' v  SCIENTIFICALLY DESIGNED TREAD  The B.F.G. Mud-Snow tire.has an exclusive  traction tread, with flex-iug 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  1 tremendous traction with long wear.  POPULAR CHOICE FOR  QUIET RUNNING AND  The B.F.G. Mud-Snow  tire is actually quieter  and  smoother  riding  ^    on  clear  pavements.  Replace yovp rear tires now with B. F. Goodrich MUD-SNOW tires  NH2-7  ��*!?:& "|:'--?i;W:??v^  Chuck's Motor & Welding    Anderson Motors    Standard Motors  Gibsons, Wilson Creek, Sechelt  9  Sechelt, Phone 54W  Roberts Creek  Terms 6  KOLTERMAN  .SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  Rough & Planed Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  The Coast News Thursday November 6, 1952  Use The Coast News Classified  Large Selection  of Records  y3 OFF  POPULAR  WESTERN  CLASSICAL  Sunset   Hardware  Do buy a Poppy, Nov.il.  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Houps*  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Why go to Vancouver for  Ootical Service?  Are you  BUILDING?  We can supply men and  material for. any job  Carpenters  Plumbers #  Electricians  Painters  Sechelt  Builcling Supplies  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ���  L  FOR|glHE VERY  HARDWARE  r  CHINA and DRVGOODS  GROCERIESZ'^f DRUGS  FISHING SUPPLIES  HOME ESSENTIALS  MURDOCH'S  .-    MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  By students of Elphinstone Junior-Senior High School  Editor in Chief: Celia Flumerfelt  Social News Editor:  Vera Bursey  News Editor: Donna Bingley  Sports Editor:  B.J. Woods  �����ood Luck Kids  Don't forget Xmas is coming  'E'SOUND 5, 10; & 15^  Bal's Block  The Sports Beat Council Briefs  CUIREWA.L*L4C)ri:f:;.;-:,  Famous woman commentator aci"! "world,  traveller    Claire .Wallace..;."daily";   bring*  listeners   fascinating   stories.: and   experiences 'from'������'��� heir "Notebook..'-Share   her  Interesting. experiences, by   listening'' to  ���acwx,f.���������..���'-*'        yZZZxyZy X-". X  Dial 980 Monday through  Friday at 1:05 p.m.  xMtiMmMswtfSk  by. Roy Duncan  Mike Poole got the first hat  trick of the se-afcoiin scoring  three goals in. the soccer game  against the Sechelt Bra.ves at  Sechelt last Sunday. Gibsons  won the game 4���2 to make it  the fourth straight win in as  many weeks.  Bill Douglas opened the  score for Gibsons and Poole  added two> more before the end  of the half-  Sechelt scored both their  counters in the second half and  Poole scored his third goal for  Gibsons-  Referee Father O'Dwyer  kept the game well in hand,  handing out sixteen fouls, ten  a gainst.Gibsons and six against  Secihel't.  On    WediDiesday,    House    C  Senior'Girls  soccer  teem lost  ���a hard played game to'A by a  score of 1���0  BASKETBALL  The boy *s basketball practices are improving as the  weeks go on. Mr. Clark, team  coach received application  forms to enter the B.C. High  Sehool Tourney last week.  Gibsons 'will probably have to  play off with either Squamish  or West Vancouver-  We. have received a,n invitation from John .'Oli-ver High  Sehool for both ihe; boys lafrid  girls teams -to play a' couple  of basketball games on -November 14th.'.;.'r*.; ������.. 'l ' ��� y  SOCCER :tr r, r*-y'-,  VOLLEYBAil.      ,  ,On   Wednesday.    House    0.  Selniioir   Boys   were   taken   by  House A, 2*1���9, and House A  Junior-��� Boys: defeated -House  B, 15���13T ���:���,--< .* ��� '���      ���  On Thursday- House C Senior  Girl had 21, to House B \s 11  and House A Junior won over  House C, 22���19.  ; ;���__ : i- -S. sk��� '  As I See I|  . > 3��.      ���   J-... ���  by Eric Lindwall  ; "We?v'ha?$&- ;.ju<s.t. finished read-1  ing ,'' Macbeth'', Shakespeare's  immortal  play   about   Scottish  "lords/ (ladies   iarncl -murderers',  (quite ; a combiinaticin1 for an  innOcent school boy).  ;TN?qt very much of this permeated my thick skull and so  I got a very hazy impression  of the whole -thing. Mr.Peter-  so(n*, our patient (amd optimistic) English teacher, tried to  explain passages from old  Wjill's mtsisterpiece, but all I  co^ld remember was that every  o,ther scene had a murder in  it���worse than a pocket-book  mystery novel!  We all played different  parts ;"i| thej. book and read  aloud every day in class, stumbling over the Sheikespeariari  phrases and: getting more and  more> confusjfti.XI:played- Macbeth, at\d before I w#!$nshed,  Duncan the king of Scotlaasd,  Banquo, a general. McDuff's  wife atod kids (I never found  out who he was or Jiow many  he   ?had) *:  and   several   other  iiaetid  murdered by^ me- Just to make  it more interesting, Banlquo's  vghost came back and in the  end McDuff cult off .'my head!  We also hied to memorise a  section" or two of *' Macbethf'  and. this was event worse. Here  is a little sample: "If it were  done when His done; then  'twere    well.   it    were    done  The Student body of Elphinstone High School held its  regular meeting om Wednesday -  October 2J), 1952. President  Eric Lindwall called-the meeting: to-order. The minutes of ���  the previous meeting were read  by the Secretary and the  ^Treasurers report was read aiad  adopted;  Mr.' Trunin an eisime in and  discussed sending repersenta-  tives to Sechelt's PTA Council.  Sundi; -Sftriofcheim and Wendy  Smith volunteered to go. on  November 4.  A letter was read from Mrs-  Hill ier of Roberts -Creek expressing her thpft/ks to the('  Council for putting on a display of our meeting. Another  letter was from ���''Birks''?giving  an esttoat'e price for school  rings  and pins.  Grade 8 Effective Living  Class put to the councif a few  suggestioEfc for i m p rovi n g  House Parties.  1. .That the parties should be  held in the Old School Haill-  2. The games should be in  the earlier part ..of the evening  ",and  dancing later.  3--Less supervision' of teachers. Just have House-sponsors  present.  Grade   10  Effective   Living  Class? also subm,itted a few, sug-_  >;:vgfistiotoR.    ' ' "    X  1. Have it a night" nothim?g  else is on. so there is no competition- x'ZZ.t      ..".''  2. Party j ust begun . wh en  games closed-  3-y IVTore notice of party-  4. More square dancing.' v;  5. Sit While refreshments  are  served- y-  6- -'Have six parties instead of  /just three.  7- Juniors afad seniors parties  separate instead of together.   ?  There was a brief discission  about rules?'and regulations;of  the School p-arties arid it was  decided to ?haye the secretary  write other schools aibout their  regulations-?  ;  ?     It was suggested to hate a  musical .show of. the- talents 'in  .the school for Friday October-  31, and that "Mr. Peterson be  asked to get the/students llined  ��� up for the show:. Z\ :Z     :  STUDENTS  GIRL'S PARTY SHOES.  ,$2-94  BOY'S BOOTS. :Z.."..'...   .... :.......... $4.69  MacLean's Shoe Store  For Student Athletes  SWEAT   SHIRTS    T - SHIRTS    SPORT  SHIRTS  Howe Sound Trading Co. Ltd,  Have you tried  ^ Anne's Coffee Bar  for after school snacks?  ii  Vv  HOME ROOM PERIOD  In.the fifth period on1 Friday  the 31st most of the students  could be seen filing, into the  gym. The occassion was a concert sponsored by the Students  Council.   X*y, r,     y  Sf.x Items-.'iiljed the. programme- Mike Poole, as Master  of Ceremoflafie's, i' n t r o d u c e d  Joajntnef . Ritchey; and; Cy>ral  Benn in a piano duet: to start?  the proceedings-7 They weire  followed by Pete ?��� SLinn with  a cortnet solo. After that, Ebba  Kline sang'two? songs/ accompanied by Kare*n; Stockwell on  the piafnio. and ?Bric Lindwall  on the vioilin,';rThe GraUe Seveini  choir then ??endered four songs,  followed by a> comedy skit star-  riimg Jeff Newma'.ni on the violin  acebmpanded by Karen.  IThe    programme    climaxed  with Coral. Joanna, and LilaV  rendition, of Chop Sticks.  very  citizen"  When a bank manager was transferred  recently a group of citizens wrote  bankon tribute to his sense of  ' public service:  .  "During the time he was here, we found  him to be a very valuable citizen. He ........r-  always took a deep interest in our  community, so we feel we have lost a  vahwhM^ we feel sure that  his replacement will be made with  ia mari of^similar calibre?9 . , "..-..-  ^. bank man/ by the very nature of his  ���. wdrk, becomes part of the life around  v him. During his tridning in various  branches, and as he takes on growing  responsibilities, he learns more and more  about people and how his bank can help  theiri; And he brings to his community  his personal readiness ~to serve in  any way he can.  ���~S  ^  *>  j>  quiickly-  You just, try and memorise  somethijnig like that. Personally;  I'd just aissoqn not do it at all.  Yess a schoolboy's first look  at "MaeBeth" arid "believer me,  his last!  Thip advertiaement, based  on an actual letter, is  presented here by  THE BANKS SERVING  YOUR COMMUNITY Winners of this weeks  4 Theatre Tickets     *  J.H. Duff,'Welcome Beach, Halfmoon Bay  J.G. MacKay. Box 47, Gibsons, B.C-  THE COAST NEW:  usiness and Professional  D I RECTO RY  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  /���������.��� For Reference  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  STRATFORD  'KINDERGARTEN  at  STRATFORD   CAMPSITE  Roberts Creek  "Residential and  Day Pupils  Opens September 15th  H. Galliford ��� R.R. 1, Gibsons  Phone 22 A  Rocks ��� Blasting ��� Roadbuilding  JACK CAMPBELL  BLASTING  5308 Pr. Edward Ave., Vancouver  ��� FRaser 3831 ��� C  Fully  Licensed.  All  Experienced?  *�� :      Men.  BEER BOTTLES  Will  call  and  buy for  cash,   beer  bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls  made   at  intervals   from  Hopkins to Irvine's Landing  R. H/STROSHEIN  C Wilson* Creek.  GIBSONS  ,������-.*?���'    KINDERGARTEN  Reopening  Sept.  8, 1952^  Information ��� Miss W.M. New  or   Coast. News  Telephone  Gibsons 64 SA  MACHINISTS  CLEANERS  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners \tw -the Sechelt e  �� Peninsula.  ��� Phones ���  Gibsons 100 ��� Sechelt 45 J  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilised Welding  Welding anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  Phone 54 ��� Res: 58  NOTARY PUBLIC "  C. JOHNflldlJBRIDGE'  ���  Gibsons-  Office 37 Res. 116 W  OIL BURNERS  ELECTfrlCAli WORK  Home and Industrial .Wiring  Electrical Heating  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone  45 '  Appliances ���   Fixtures ���  Radios  Member   Electrical   Heating   Ass'n.  Washing Machines  FLORIST  '- '���-'  . _ ' ... " i  111  Flowers  for  all occasions.  V We are agents for large  Vancouver florists.  ��� ;       Fast service for weddings  and funerals.        "yy.  JACK MAYNE  Phone Sechelt 24 or write    '  P.O. Box 28;  OIFT STOR?E ^ ? ;  v      '���  Headquarters  for? Wool,  Lotions:;~;Cai^sv-_-?;T6ys;'- ������'?"  Miscellaneous  Giftsv?"  : GIBSONS 5-10-1& STORE  Left volf Post (Office  Gibsons^ B. C.  j  SECftELT C&TAGE  ? ..;M^��emstreet; ,.;. -  '.? Sawdust;^- Wood ��� Coal v     .  We haul anything, anywhere,  ^anytime'''" '���������.���''..:..������  Phone Sechelt 97H       Sechelt, B.C.  C & S OIL BURNERS  ������.,;"SALESr'ahd? SERVICE  W.   Swain D.  Currie  Ranges,   Furnaces,   Chimneys  Cleaned  used ranges for sale  AUTHORIZED KEMAC DEALERS  ��� Sechelt 74 ���  PLUMBING  Plumbing and Electrical  .Supplies Fixtures v  ;,  Service;;;V-'  SECHELT BUILDING  SUPPLIES  RADIO  Sechelt Radio & Electrical  Appliance Service  Radio and Refrigeration Repairs  % G.FORTT  Telephone Sechelt 25 J  REAL ESTATE and [  ���INSURANCE -v Z'Z'Z.:-'  -.���    ��� - -���    ���. .  JOHN COLERIDGE '"  AGENCIES  Gibsons   and   District's   Only   Full  Time Real Estate and Insurance  Office Since 1948.  Phone Gibsons 37  SECOND HAND STORE  Halfmoon  Beams  mmammmm^mmmmmumamauaammmmmaaaa  By F. Cormack  Spending a few days m Vancouver are Mr- Joe Duff and  his sister Mrs. E Kiusedorf of  Welcome Beach-.    '  Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lund left  last week to reside ini Vancouver.  Week-end visiters at their  summer homes' last week were  iGjeorgei JNa&m of. Vancouver,  D. Macdonatd and H. Shaw  of  New   Westminster.  Visitors for a few days at  home of Mr. and Mrs. AJBarley  were former Vancouver friends  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blackwell  of thait city.  PTAers ple��Be note, the PTA  will meet on. the 2nd Wednesday of each month and not on  the first W e d n e,s cl a y, as  erroneously reported-last week  Sorry. Next meeting is Nov.  11th, 2-30 p.m- at the home of  Mrs. J. Burrows.  A happy reunion, after 14  years ��took pl'ace in Vancouver  last week, Mr*;. W. Kolterman  of ?H)a'lf Moon Bay met her  sister, Mrs- A. Campbell of  Quebec. While in- Vancouver.  Mrs. Ko'ltermani also visited  her son, Kenneth Anderson  and.' his wife, in. -Vancouver  from Trail on holiday. Ken  was formerly a resident here  and a driver for Wilf Scott  Transfer-  Congria.tulations to; wee Judy  Nygrd who celebrated her  second birtihiday last week  Judy and her brother Jimmy,  children of Mr. and Mrs- Tad  Nygard   suffered   from   PoHo  Port Mellon  Briefs  Thursday November 6, 1952    The Coast News  HARDWARE  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone: 33 ��� Gibsons'"'B. C.  Builders' Hardware  Paint ��������� Plumbing  "r;.;--^ Appliances. ������-^ V"v  Complete  Installation  ,i^Maintenance.Servicey  ' (y��' vl5>ELIVJERIES': ? Zr -.-. :'���  ^?;?::TOrALL? POINTSv" ?  Hardware ��� China  Tools ~ Furniture  Household  Equipment  %    Magazine ��� Books  WE BUY __.: TRADE-'-^-SELL-  PENINSULA   SECOND  HAND STC3RE  ������:��� Phone' Gibsons 99 '  TYPEWRITERS  Typewriter Sales and Seryice  Remington  Rand ?Agent  "V     v 4g:- hour service  Colin Wingrave  Granth.79L  By Mrs. Swan  The  drive  for members... for.  (the   PTA  was  a   success   and  officers elected? at the meeting  include: Mrs. R- Gill president;=;  Mrs.   Bud   Stray horn,   triea s.-  Mrs- Chris Wood�� secretary..  'Mrs*^B.   Burton   spent  -ah  enjoyaMe holiday with Mr and  Mrs; Taffy Traylor of Schult-  ze's Creek  Mrs. Don. David, Donna and  Terry of North Van. have been  visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marleau  The Stork has been busy  around here, bringing three  bahies; Mr. and Mrs. Phil-  Strike a. daughter, -'Mr* aind  Mrs. R. Dick a son, and to  Mr...- -End Mrs. D.F-. David a  daughter. Congratulations to  all-  Sorry to report Mr. Jack  MeGil is seriously ill in the  General Hospital. Mr. McGil  is an old timer around the  Sechelt ^Peninsula having- resided at Gibsons prior to his  -move to Port Mellon eleven  years ago- We wish him a.  speedy recovery. .  ./Mrs. Marleau gave Cathie  Hostlapd a party tq^celebrate  her eigth birthday- All her  school ehums were i^gle65..ajicl  they had a good rms^ime. A  lovely birthday cake centered  the table when the guests sat  down.fi?r refreshments.  Lynn   and  Bruce  S^rayllorn ���  entertained their friends at >a  H?iiowe'en^pa,rty. Duckitiig for  * apples and various games were  .'followed  by refreshments, the  -table   - beaiitif ully .^t^^h  ; Hallowe'en favors  fo&?|flJ?'??A  r grand "evening wound up J*yith  Irafire ���-: works display;       >?;??;;;  :r??-:,,Mrs.   Mark .Watson--,wafe?^; .?  ^receiiit   hostess,   the :occasip|��4  ��her ^husband's   birthday,?^^mf  \ enjoyable   evening   was   spent  ���^(isteniarj/g  to- recordings,   dahn  cing and a sing - song A buffet^  .  supper: was 'served;' the   tahle ?  was decjorated with a ..beauti-  .,ful birLhilay caJke- '-y]  this summer but, we are glad  to report, have recovered with  no- ill-effects.  After a six*-month trip *to  their old homes in Scotland  Redrooffs looked pretty good  to Mr. and Mrs- George B.  Simpson- They visited 86 year  old Mr. Northey of Plymouth,  England, father of Mrs. P.  Welsh of Redrooffs a/nd" her  two sisters, Marge and Gladys-  They called on Mr. George  Nairn's' brother in Blackport,  Perthshire and his sister ini  Graton-oni-Spey- They went by  way of Panama, 3i days to  England, returnang* iDverland  All in all. they found the Old  Counrtry people contented and  well fed.  Use The  Coast  News Classified  B. W. M. BONE  Chartered   Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  ��� TAtlow   1954  ���  Bzimtirii  Skinny men, women  gain 5,10,15 lbs.  Get New Pep, Vim, Vigor  What a thrill; Bony limbs fill out: ugly hoIloWB  Oil up: neck no longer scrawny; body loses hftUj  ���tarved, sickly "bean-pole" ,loot. Thousands OI  Blrld, women, men, who never could gain bttfoNtf  *re cow proud ot shapely, healthy-looking bodltt,  TCey thank the special vlgor-bulldlng, flesh-buudlnst  tonic, Osties. Its tonics, stimulants, lnvlcoratony  Irou, vltarnlu Ei, calcium, enrich blood, lmprov*  ���ppetlie and dlgestfon so lood gives you mora  ���miigth and nourishment: put flesh on bare boae%  "Don't tear getting too fat. Stop when you've galnfta  l6ii^feBi^��^fllSiiife^^s:?vi  &Qd added pounds, tnls very day. At all druggist*  O. E. S.  MOUNT ELPHINSTONE CHAPTER  Fall Bazaar and Tea  LEGION HALL ��� GIBSONS  November 1,2, 1952 2 to 5 p.m.  Christmas Novelties ���;��� Needlework ���-������'  Home ;Cooking ��� Door Prize  liibsuns TliMtre ^ Sechelt Theatre  Monday, Tuesday,  Wednesday, Thursday, 8 p.m.  Friday and Saturday 7 and 9 p.m.  Monday   and   Tuesday  November 10th and 11th  Matinee,  Tuesday  2  p.m.  GARY     COOPER  PAULETTE  . GODDARD?  '   in  Cecil B.  DeMiiles  UNCONQUEBJED  Wednesday and Friday  November 12th and 14th-  DAVID JWAYNE  ���    JEAN    PETERS  WAIT TIL THE   SUN  SfiilNE'S,- INELLIE  Thursday and Saturday  November  13th  and  15th  FRED   "(MacMURRAY  ANNH   BAXTER  SMOKY  Monday �� and   Tuesday  November 10th and 11th  Matinee,  Tuesday 2  p.m.  MA AND PA KETTLE _  AT THE FAIR  Wednesday and Friday  November 12th ��and 14th  FRED   fMacMURRAY  ANNE .BAXTER  SMOKY  ^lu^    AUDIE  MURPHY    in.  DUEL   AT   SILVER   CREEK  Thursday and Saturday  November 13th  and  15th  DAVID j WAYNE  JEAN    PETERS  WAIT TIL THE   SUN  SHINE'S,   [NELLIE  INFERNO 6y Havoc-Botilno^  wmner of the 1905 KING'S PLATE  Ridden by Phillips under ihe  famous Seagram colors. TIME 2:12, Bist.?"!% mi  j2^>Slaj  ���^  This advertisement is not published or displayed by  the Liquor Contro! Board or by the Government of British Columbia. 8  The Coast News    Thursday November 6, 1952  ipper  Retires from Ferry  Captaitiij. Peter Rorvik, the  well known ''Captain Pete" of  the Black Ball Ferries has retired- He has been with the  Black Ball lilnies since they  started. He came 'to Gibsons to  captain the Maehigonne. which  preceded the Quillayute? on  April 16, 1948. in the. time  since theii'he lias made himself  well known and well' ]iked by  passengers 'and crew m.emhers  alike. ��� v\??:-/ ;: ' ' -��fe-;--<.:.  Saturd^^-night, the^vfeew  members, of the 'Bambridge  gave a. farewell party at. the.  home oi J. Buinyan, for "Pete"  {There they presented him/with  a mantle clok with a ship-'motif  Captain, *Rorvik has returned  to his home in Alberni-   ,  Eeporls Start  eoicais  Fox   your   rough   lumber'  quirements,  Call  or Write  Croustcn Lumber  Sechelt, B.C.  meet...  ARISTOCRAT   ANNIVERSARY  8 years old 5 years old  The X-Ray Survey has  completed it's tour of the area  814 residents have availed  themselves of this service and  will recieve their results this  week.  School medicals will starfc  this month. The outlying districts, where travelling is  difficult. PHN ��� will, fly to  Vancouver Bay, Britain ?River  and Deserted Bay on Nov. 17  Nelson Island ^and. Egm(|it  school children -will^be examined om Nov ember.24- If the  weather permits, these examinations will start-at 9 a-m. in:  the order stated. Vaccination  clinics will be held on these  visits, and mothers are urged  to see that their infants and  pre - schools are vaccinated.  Booster vaccinations are given  5 to 7 ycairs after the primary  take.  Every child should take Cod  Liver Oil during the winter  months. Cod Liver Oil is necas-  " sary for strong' bones and  teeth- A very interesting aintcl  helpful booklet entitled  "Family Me~als" may "be  obtained from the Public  Health Office in Gibsons- As  the title 'indicates, this booklet  is a-.-igiude to good nutrition  for young and old .alike-  Down The Alley  High spot of last week  bowling news ��� Louise Lainig  of Ball and. Chain League  topped the women, with a1 hot  259. If Louise continues to roll  them dowihi the aUey ���thuswis.e,  she'll be strong contender for  the top single score to date.  Sechelt Ten Pin, League  showed no outstanding scores  for the week. Rejects continue  to   lead  tihe  field  for le'a.gue  standings-  GIBSONS MIXED  Anne Drummond 227, Helen  Thorburn   616.   pave   Herrin  231-7-565 for high single and  high three*.  SECHELT .LADIES  Eve Moscrip 245 arid 671 for  three topped the ladies. Totems  took   honors   for   teams   with  2014.  PENINSULA, {MIXED  Edie    Laidiaw    240 ��� 607.  Frank Wheeler 291 ��� 731- The  Union Steamship team   (Capt.  Ev Smith) was high team with  2380.  SPORTS CLUB  Pat   Osborne   235   for  high  single.. Mrs   George  Reynolds  '���"'������5)08   high  three.  Bill* fWoods  298 ��� 614.  BALL AND CHAIN  Lonise Lang 259 Eve Moscrip  640, ?,DoT|! Caldwell.  679,   Ted  Kurluick 270. Invincibles with  2542.  HALF PINS  Diane    Wheeler    150 ��� 254  (the half pins  only piay  two  games)  Bruce Redman  159-���  255r   ?H?igh   team   was/. Lucky-  Strikes with 1054. :*   v  (Continued from page 1)  Board has also redecorated the  interior  and   exterior   of  the  irv(fcfesi Landjing  School.,  the  "���   exterior, and   interior  iof  the  teajch'erage   at   Madeira  Park  ������' and the whole of the interior  of the Gibsons Daindinig School1.  and annexe also one classroom  and haillway at Bowen Island.  During the past year,. the  Board has sold the old school  buildings at IJa'ssan's Landing,  the old Kleindale school bui'ld-  :ings, the ElphhM-ltorJa school  building at Roberts Creek. In  each ease public tenders., were  invited and approval received  from the Department of? Education to ace'ept the'"highest  bidder-  The representatives-met at  the Sechelt. School last February to discuss i2*r.id approve the  budget in the "amount of $282,  20400'whdeh included the sum  .of $15,000.00 for depenture  : retirement aind $10,380.00 Jor  interest payments..  The cost of transportation  for the school"year 1951-1952  was $27,515.90 of which the  Departmeinit of Educatiqn contributed 60 percent.  The Board pays board and  lodgingtallowiance of $15 per  month per pupil for 15 students. 13 of them from 'Port  Mellon, 1 from Irvine's Land-^  ing amd 1 from Sechelt Inlet/'  Tuition fees are being paid on  behalf of one Port Mellomv  student -who elected to attend  high school outside the district  To a suggestion it would he  cheaper to continue paying  board for Port Mellofa* students  instead of transportation once  the road was open- Mr- Rendle  pointed out that parents would  definetly want their children  at home once the Port Mellon  road is completed.  The Trustees extended their  thalniks and 'appreciation! to the  - Parent -Teacher Associations  for their co-operation ini providing entertaiiinment for students, in arranging Talent  Night throughout the Peninsula  and for prbvidimg valuable  books and equipment for use in  the schools.  Mr. Rendle^spokevbriefly to  the meeting,! remarking, "If  there had been a contentious  issue everyomie would turn out  to talk but not to listen,^I am'  glad there are a few people  interested in our schools."  Mr. Ritchey moved a hearty  vote of thalniks to- the   school  Board and the meeting approved heartily. The meeting and  the   School   Bolalrd   expressed  their appreciation for the fine  work Mrs. A- Burns has done  as   secretary  *of   the   School  Board-  There will be a meeting of  elected  and   appoinlf.ed repre- ?  sentatives  held  at  Sechelt on,  the   27th vcif   November.   The '  purpose%f the meeting is^ to  elect three trustees for a-fc'-  year termv The; terms of office  of 'Mrs-^.to Jackson; Mrs. A;  MacDoneld v of  Madeira  park  ���and Z''tf0f'W.A.    Davies    of  Bowen Island expires Dec. 31-  VISCOUNT  4 years old  OLD KEG  3 years eM  O.lSTlUEO   TO  PLEASE  ��� \;ty<<<&yZ/t$'/f>,i :'  ���?*' '.frwrffio-ir-'-.  Thfe_advertisemerit is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Bbard ?or by the Govern-  clals  1941FORD  37 WILLY'S  feion picicup'    $495  -^sedaih       250  36 DODGE                                                  sedan 175  34 OLDMOBILE                                        sedan 175  31 PLYMOUTH                                           coupe 95  And many more cars on our Sales Lot  AtL CARS'LICENSED  ales  Ross Roth..  Phoae Gibsons 102 W  on   November   11 th.  from ,2 p.m. to 11  p.m.  Contact Frank Yates today,  Sechelt 92. R  Sechelt Bowling Alley  Specials  1940 GMC                                         % ton pickup $695  1940 INTERNATIONAL   *           % ton pickup $395  'Both in A-l condition "*  f��?   ,  MODEL A.                                        Tudor sedan.- $95  runs like a B^ulova                   ; V;  WE HAVE THE BEST BATTERY AND TIRE BUYS  ON THE PENINSULA  For example our 10.00X20 14 ply Rock Lug Logger-7  '���"> is only     >;$19��.50  We are also agents for the New P.M. Power Saws.  Chuck's Motors & Welding  ��� Phonfe Sechelt 54-W ���       '  Bapco  interior     ?  Paints  Baptone Wall Finish  Bapco  Varnish  Vellot  A full line of Turps, Oil, and  home painters needs.  "*��"    \   '            .   's ���  *         :���������������'      .-..������  ���/. 1 ENAMEL  SPECIAL  ;% reject plywood  sanded  4X8 sheet            $8.20    -  Material with a  thousand  uses  . . ' . -  (  ��.        !  -i\  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ~  6ibs6ns�� B-C.  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