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 Provincial Library9  Victoria, B. C.  Sixth Year of Publicatibil    Thursday January &',  Vol- 7-  Phone your news or  orders to -  Giftsons 45 W  published in GIBSONS, B.C.     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  J^N. Sedreiarigi Method  oarti o? iraoe  ccom  nner ana oance  The Hon; fJnmfes Sinclair-, Minister of. Fisheries addressed a  well-attended liieefins: in .-Bail's Hall at Gibsons, Wedf Jan- 7tli.  in his opening feSffarks. Mr..Sinclair told a story of a meeting  held in i''Wiiinvs'i3abaret'', 13 yearsi ago in Gibsons, when he  first. represeHtM^past-Capilano. He spoke of the gift which he'  then received; a,ae&k-set with*cloek, and of his pride in the fact  that he had moved it. from his first desk to its present position  in tb.e office of the^Miiiistry of Fisheries.  "The   change's M .the   local     ~~ " "  njoy  any  As part of the Holiday  -tivitieis   at   Gibsons,   on  27th, the Bo a r d of T r  Dinner   for   the Firemen  their w ivies  was  held  in  f es-  Dec-  a d e  and  the'  The U. N. Puhlishing-b'ivision has developed a simple and inexpen-  sive method of bookbinding used for reference volumes. The method  i which has attracted the attention of libraries in .various parts of the  Iworld requires only an ordinary paint brush, cold padding glue and  'an improvised rack for stacking^the volumes. Shown demonstrating  ��� felep in the technique he helped develop is U. N. staff member  William  L.  Watson who  is in  charge  of the binding' service  M  Public Libraries  Numerous In B.C.  Information, received from-  the Public Library Commission;, -Victoria, indicates growing support for the setting up  of library associations in' the  smaller communities, and, rej  gional library organizations, in  the larger are>%".wiihIthe.. assis-i"  Jance of the local Councils and  -the' ProVingiaL^jp^erj^Kj^t*^ ^  Villages likei-Craniberry  Lake, Castegar, Burns Lake,  Fort St. John, Mc^ride, and  "Williams Laike, are, among the  smaller communities interesting themselves in the matter  of providing library facilities  for citizens of all ages m: the  community.  The.  Pender Harbour  Girl Marries  ^ Of interest locally, and in  Powell River, was the double  ring ceremony solemnized in  St- Mjary's Chapel in "Garden  Bay, on December 29th, when  Gloria Dubois, became the' bride  of -^Roland ��� Fritz. Rev. Canon  Alain-, Green1 officiated ���at the  -scene,   the   country   and   the  Government  were^touched  on  lightly,    and    iil^istralted ..by  means of laiiecdotes'and person-  Igalities. ���  Mr. Sinclair then*went on to  his main address,"which was a  presentation of the views of  th;e' Liberal Party:'in Government, and a very-informative  summing-up. of ite major accomplishments d u; ring its  tenure of office.  \,  GOVERNMENT CREATED  TO SERVE THE PEOPLE  ���    ���~ *^  It is the view of ��the Liberal  Party1 that the State exists ��� to  serve the people, ;and not, as  in' some nations,\ the people  existing but as 'servants of the  state. Any reasonable means-  would be employee^ he stated  , to give the individual the max-  imuni opportunityf^to enjoy a  fuller, better life.;* -  WHAT THE LIBERAL  GOVERNMENT 7JSTAS BONE  j In? Ownership :;Tjk'e/Canadian  G^vernmentj^a^jajf outgrowth  evening cer^hony^      /   �����--;-      0f defence meas^^duiring tbe  jVtarylin^l>ayis3 and the Groom  \vjas supported by his brother  Frank Fritz, .who hadjeome out  from the Interior, for the wedding- ' The bride^ was given in  marriage "by '* her' -father, Mr.  $*- Dubois. '   .  Af��er the reception,, helo! 'at  the home cf the brides parents,  artificial  r urb>b e r; plant  Sarnia, -one />f- the largest  the. Continent. It  acting  library   organi-   l the happj couple left on their  zation   committee   in-  Gibsons*"'honeymoon trip. They will be  hope�� to receive-approval from    atr home \n Powell River where  " the Public Libralry Commission    Mr-Fritz is employed.     - .  this months to set up a permanent library 'associationsin the  village-  Gibsons Resident  Married in City  On Saturday, December 27th,  1952, the marriage of Mr;  Garde A. Chamberlin and Mrs-  Ellen Soames was solemnized  in Vancouver.  Present at the wedding were  Millie and Stan Forbes, from  Wilson Creek, Les Chamberlin  from SecheH, also Bae 'Cham-1  beriin, and Mr- and Mrs. T.  Ailwyn. Terry Ailwyn was  Beist man.  Mrs. Soameft family included  Mr. and Mrs- Tom Soames, Mr.  and. Mrs. Robert and Mr. and  Mrs. Claire Soames^and Mr-  and Mrs. Bert ^ckson. Mrs.  Jackson, L o re ft a, was the;  miatron of honor- ;  A reception was held at;the>  home of the Bert Jacksons,  following the ceremony. Mr.  an d Mrs. Chamberlin 'came to  Gibsons for a short trip before  leaving a^ain for Vancouver.  Birthday Meetings  To our friiend Samuel Gibson  Armour, wh opp 92n d birth day  is on January 10th- Mr. Armour  first came to Gibson* in 1911,  very ill. indeed practically an  invalid.- Tt is good . to know  that he is these days in excel-.  radio  past  total logger  Slain in Nanimo  Gity daily papers and  newscasters, within the  week have given reports upon  the fatal injury of young F-red  Adams, in. an altercation with  his father at the latter's home  In Nanaimo.  Information- has been received to-the effect that 'Red'  Adams had been an employee  of the Middle-Point Logging  Company, having been in their  employ during the years 1949;  $0 and 51-  At that time, he lived at the  Camp" at Middle Point,' and  according, to Mr. Robinson was  ai good .^y^6rh^f,--;'''^d:}^iilte._ a  popular, member of the crew  Sechelt Legfon  lent health  and- spirits.  Canauiaai Legion^ vBranch 140  really Surpassed themselves at  their New Year's Eve party-  Over.seventy five guests attended and had a marvelous-time,  with f a v or s for all-; .Reg  Henton, local-Magician, enfcer-  tained with tricks -whiclr were  much, app'recialted and everyone was in a jovial mood,;   v  Helping to make this evening en outstanding success  were Mr- Max Tracy, Mr* Jack  Heskins. and Mr. Ed 'Walker-  Jack Whitaker was in charge  of musical arrangements-  at  on  is.the view  "of the- Liberal -<Party tha.t the  Government, should    continue  its ownership of-this.,-.,.   ..  The Canadian Arsenals:  owned and, .expanded ' by the  iGoverment, for the production  of Can-a^ian Armaments. This  si so should continue :as a 'National enterprize, both .to- keep  down expenditures, and to  keep munition making out of  the hands of profiteers  Atomic Energy: Eldorado  Mines, now owned and operated by the Nation. Once supplied radium for Hospitals.  Vow in addition to the Chalk  Biver plants, sells products  such as-Cobalt Bombs for the  treatment of Cancer, Isotopes  for industrial use| continues  Atoniic Research ait a National  leveL  ' IN COMP|!TETIVE  OWNERSHIP  The Canadian National Kail-  ways, itpproved from the statu*?  of bankrupt companies giving  minimum services,, to Canada *s  longest railways giving greatly improved services, while  reducing the enormous debt  assumed, constructing lines to  Kiitimat, to Northern Manitoba's mining territory, to the  Iron developments in Ungava.  Mr. V Sinclair contends that  because or this competition  all' Canada receives mire  and  Mariner Cafe- The dinner was  a very successful affair, with  more than fifty guests enjoying the evening. :    ���    i  After enjoying a. very. good'  dinner members were invited  .to rise and tell a favorite story.  These caused much amusement  and tended to keep the spirit  of fun going  Fred Feeney,"Gibsons Fire-  chief, thanked Mr; Ballentinie  and his committee and all the  citizens for their generous support and appreciation- The  monies received,- he said, would  purchase -'much needed fire  equipment- ;^  "The dance, held in the School.  - Hall was^-weill attended, and  well run. Everyone seemed to  enjoy the beginning of the  holiday, and the dance .floor  was kept continually occupied-  Many prizes, from door-prizes  to^'fiipot dance awards, were  given. Even' the 'fluid rial'ile'  was a quick moving affair-  The ladies who had the r.e-*  freshment sta^-did well with  $ieir-fhot dogs; and isbft drinikst  rtfram  trow ..ertam? buSi,�� f ^Plf^Om^aUV ^r^e^en- :  to enterprises where the risk" ���*'������.-..  might be too :heavy^'    ;^;:     '.'.'  Social bectoity:  such as Q.C.A- keeps the Airlines at their best.  C-B.C- Radio, in competition  with privately-owned Radio  Broadcasting, develops and  gives opportunity .to talent in-  many lifn��ii, provides etertain-  nient and education;.  SUPPLEMENTING  PRIVATE OWNEKSHiP  Housing was quoted as the  big example here- By helping  private citizens to build or buy  bettei\ homeSj, Canada supple-.  ments the efforts of her -people  ��� to raise the standard of living.  The Central Mortgage and  Housing Corporation, was; tlie  direct butgrpwth.of' this ven-  turejfand^ this yeail oyer 90,000,  homes"have beeii buijit with iibs.  aid'i-V"���'"���:"'. ���'.'..'..'^ ���':���.' :,���-���..��'���.'���������' ".'���-':>.���:..���-.  The Industrial Develppment  Bank, was deVelpped to offset  the over-conservative policy  of Canada!s_ banks; Their iin-  - ancial: standing:;i^ ;souhd,' but\  - to niiatintjadn tfes^ they;:have hacll  tb> refrain from  with thev C.P.R-. for examp]e,  better Rail Services.  Trans Canada Airitinelg. In  1937, the Hon. C-D. Howe sug-  biested.that the railways form  an Airlioiies. cm.pany. At that  time, the" C-P.R. did no^; do so.  The C.N-B. undertook .the task,  which has resulted in the formation, and operation of the  T.C.A., a reallj^ big commercial  Airline,. with excel lent; safety  records- The  C.P.R- now  also  . , From the point of view of  tlie Liberlal Government, the.  b^st social, security for Canadians ris;^full employment-. To  keep and improvei this,^^ panada''  must trade. ^To do;c,4:his^,.she  must keep down Tarriffs-v To,  this "end _.,.��� she is.^ members^of  the general ^Agreement on  Tarriffw end Trade group.   ;  Since 1935, Canada's, trade  as risen from 1^4 to 8 billion  doJlarsV���.'.Her Gross^ National  Productibn has arisen in thaV  period from 4 billion; to 23  IniTions. Employnient has ri'%en  from 2^4 miilloiis employed in  3 937 to S1/^ millions now-  Fo;ilowinijg, this ma in. ad dress,  the jChairman, Mr. Mainil, rose  to mike a few points in: con��-  riection    with    local    political  orgainizations-   He   maintained  thait   the   local   orgianizations  were the ones in whose hatnds  the choice of our representatives to Government Jay, and  that   im   the   matter   of   such  c h o ic es,    the    more    m emb er s  ihere were of such proups, the  eloper to democracf we -came.  Durinsr the question period.  Mrs-- Wortmanu   on  behalf  of  -the    Coast    News    gave    Mi*.  Sinclair a list of nuestion^ that  had  been  received  for   nubli-  cation- Because thev would not  get into print until the meeting  bad been held, she asked Mr.  Sinclair..t/) deal with them, as  be saw fit- The question*? had  been.sent in from "The Peninsula Debating Society".  Mr- Sinclair thoroughly and  carefully dealt with each question contained in the letter.  The first two dealt with tax-  atioDi, but had been presented  from the provincial view. He  explained the different fields,  and the limitations of each-  In   the   matter   of   sanitary  ��� authorities,... expl a in in g that t he  . Kerry Opej'ators .>yere obliged  to mainteic -such facilities: onV  board their vessels, which they,  did.���Thojh'e at-the Gibsons terminal ���.. wpul d be *��� a . community  ���..facility and should be handled-  as such. .', ;  The matter o-fjptega! use of  narcotics, and punishment f<^t.  'same drew rather, a strongly-^  felt statement  from. }Jlr.' ����&.  el air.    However,    he ;hear|ily>:  favors   the   program   of   free'  government  Njai'cotie-s- Clinics  for  Canada,   similar., to^ that  now in effect in many "of ,the;  European   nations,   where   all  the profits   have   been   takenV  out ,of narcotic- use,  and the  addiction reduced.  In Britain, he quoted, in  a,  populiaition  of some'fifty millions, only three hundred per�� ���  ���sons were drug addicts- Where  ,-there is no profit in. the sale/'  there will be no effoii; made  to  market, -therefore  no   new-  production- of addicts- No Punishment wbs sufficient!v severe  for those  now  in the  f dope'  business-  FEDERAL AID  "TO EDUCATION  On Federal aid Xf> education,���'.  Mr- Sinclair answered that so-  long as .Education    was purely  a? Provicial matter, the Federal  could not control it and there-,  for could not formally provide  funds for it- iiowe'ver in special  fields, much was already being  done-   Technical   schools   were'  .  being maintained in all centers,  1 Tniversifies, weve being greatly *  assisted- The Veteran's allow-  ance that suppoiLed the education of soldiers after the last  has isieveral liines, and competi-    facilities at the (ribsons Wharf,  lion   with   them   and   others,    Mr- Sinclair laJid  the problem  war  was   a   large   supporting  measure, as well as an aid to  the Veteran-  Direct   grants   of money  to-  the    Universities    of    Canada  were being made,  and  grants  (Continued on page 6)  (See Sinclair)  N, 2  The Coast News       Thursday January 8, 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.  Bates of Subscription: 12 mos, $2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign, $2.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45W  S.Gibsons. " British Columbia,  it  Llonatd  What For��  Now that the New Yeair'is nicely upon us, to what are we  looking? <Her.e<,op*4^ are naturally bound  to a laarge extent by what happens ;inyictorii,,th  Ottawa, ^Ca^ac^,;^  However, we need, not sit down and say there is nothing we can  do for ourselves to make livig better, to make work steadier, to  make life itself healthier and happier.  Are we going to insist upona and get, something in- the way  of streets and roads that will prevent ruination to vehicles, excessive charges for motor freight and passenger services, made  necessary because of the high cost-of upkeen of said vehicles?  Shall we have smaller or larger Insuriairuces to pay on. these  vehicles ? The answer<tp this rests with us and all other motorists*  Our road conduct���the safety with which we drive, or the lack  of it���is what governs the amoupit of our Insurance Premiums ���  paid- ' ���������".'  Are we going to insist upon, some pedestrian wa9ks in our  villages? Sonie part of the roadway must be sfet apart fcMr people.  to walk upon, about their comings and goings, without fear of  being run: down by traffio, and without having to crawl around,  through; or^ oyer parfeed or stpred vehicles. It>is a gra^ye mistake  to say our streets are toe narrow? Orayes are a1 bit cr/amping, too-  Must we wait for the^ first ohie of these.to he occupied vbefore. we-  can act?- J';" "^���/'���vj-;:'?-^'--. > '  ; I What has happened to the question of 'Comfort St a,tions, in  OibsonsJ^The' mother who carried a small tin pail for the relief  of her lehildren, while waiting for the ferry through the long  hours of ��a summer after^oa^ knew t^e practice was neither' very  j^a/^riit n^ increased; tise of it  " pr^^f^m^eneiicial as;ffr a^het^  Iipodw^s concerned- It savefT immediate- m^ry f or her children-  It also inay have saved thehi injury-" Grown! people arep't^hens,  veither-The problem is one which willjnierease, and most certainly  *0��bso��s area is the one CQncerned.'Will it take a typhoid or other  ^epidemic to forcre action? .">v  "V The whole community seems to b��e impressed withthe/benefits resulting from an influx of tourist*? and summer campers-  Wiiat accomodations are there for same? Visitors wKoTcome to  p^icnic for the day don't bring much to :aa area but grief and a  flock of rubbish to be disposed of, unless they have regular parks  And camping areas to use^JSyen ther^'&ust be eareti for. People  who come to stay for even twoweeks-develop afeelinig of friendly  :responsibiiifcy, and these are the people Who leave,something  ;behind,; other than) nuisance^, ana who take away,.:with .them ,  rsomething o;therrt^ ..-yV  ��'������'' Has-ajnyone come lip with an idea fo��rf inviting small ina^st^  i*ies into the��� area ? These might be persuaded to leave the city/  provided the overhead here wereTbw enough to offset marketinig:  =ajnd transportation Of their raw materials and their finished projX  ���-ducts1- A dozen small businesses, with small but steady'payroll^  would, add cpjthe overall business of the area!-  What attitude are we taking this year towards utter, insensate vandalism which is on the intcrease in this area? the.astouud-  iiig waste of public funds���yours and ours to be exact, eis well as  private monies,.that results fro^i the insane or vicious destruction wreaked upon public buildings; fixtures and furnishings  in same; the damage to private buildin/gs, even) to personal clothing- What .action, are we taking to protect oixrina'-estment against  this type of criminal activity ?       "  What about the Port MeUon Road? Are voices being raised^  If nothing else, to increase the speed of this, constructicin? Whai,  about the completion of the road up the Peninniul'a. to link up with  Powell River? Promises or production?  These are a few material things about which we can do something- "Don't wait for 'Gfiorge' to do everything for you, draw  a deep breath"tod speak for yourself/' seems to be fair advice-  Let's try it-  In the interim, the Federal election will provide us with  several talking points; the weather will continue to be what the  Sunshinie Coast has always revelled in; the Koreani Wax will not  come to'a satisfdctoiy conclusion; metails wil^pccupyai large part  hi B.C-rs^nnnal -picture^ logging will slumps there "will be  changes in the fishing industry; the Civil Service is in for a few  surprises, some of tliem good; the Provincial! governaneiut will  provide us with a new r/hipping boy; and once more the Editor  has stuck out a long, long neck- Best wishes for us all i& 1953..  For Your  Cook Stove or Furnace  Beg. Ck>dfrey,  Cl  Annua! uonvenuon  The mauii who came lelose, to  beinjg the first native son oSE  British   Columbia   to   assume  f ���������������:������  the   natipnal  leadership  of   a  political iparty will be aniOing  the men front government arid  industry who will speak at the  Tenth  Annual   Convention  of  The  Truck  Logger's  Association which takes place in Vancouver January 14, 15, and 16-  Howard   Green^   Q.C-,   M.P.,  Vancouver barrister and Progressive Conservative member  for    Vancouver-Quadra,    and  one-time competitor with  Premier John Bracken of Manitoba for the leadership of his  party, is slated as the speaker  at the luncheon which  opens'  the three-nlay convention^  The Cohivenition, which annually draiws more than one  thoujsand logging and sawmill  executives from all parts % of  the, province, is^the Iarges't'Uris?  -���idustriial*gathering of' its^kind:"  in Western Canada-  Kaslo-born   IVlr-  Green   has  participated in Federal politics  since 1935, when he was first  elected to represent Vancouver  -South, and since then has established a( reputation for his  determitniation and ability. He  is a past president of the provincial  Progressive  Conservative Association and was ���  Reconstruction  Expert in  the  "shadow   CBibinet"   of   John  Bracken? in .1943.  On  the Opposition  benches  ever since he was elected  to  Common??,-.Mr-   Greew, was   a,  strong critic of the aditfinistra- ^  tion   of, tKe.  late.^Mackenzie-  ' King. fend* "subsequent*Liberal  leaders, including the Hon- Q-,  D. Howe whom he once clann-  ed ^aa "selling Caniida- to the  TJ.S'" "He**makes a strong contrast with.Ja^nes Sinclair, ,M*'  P> now ..pinaster of Fisheries,^  who spokl'at last yfeir's;Truck '  Loggers' Convention).  It is e x^e. c I e d that Mr.  Green's speech ;wlll blend with  the coveritionrtheme "Indust-  rv's Position in our National  Eeouomy*\:'f  Us^ Tlie Coast Ne^ws  For yotir/rouffh  lmu^r  re.  iqnircttrents, Call or Write  ^roiMfton Lumber  S��chelt, B.C.  Potatoes  Lethbridge   Drybelt  Per 100 lb. Sack  $4-75 CaUed For  $5.00    Delivered  Phone  Gibsons 6SS<S  N  Our Annual January Clearance Sale  Commencing Jan. 12, 1953.  Substantial Reductions  ^?*e#e'& %}*&&& & Stfjfie S&&fofce  Gibsons B-C.  dfans Theatre *�� Sechelt Theatre  7:30 p.m. Monday Through Saturday at each Theatre  Friday January 9      ,   '  Jane Powell  Nancy Goes To Rio  Technicolor Musical Comedy  Tbnrsd&y and Saturday -'  January 8 and 10  Rory Calhoun - Gene Tierney  Way Of A Goucho  Filmed in Argentina in  Technicolor  Monday and Tuesday    ,  January 12 and 13  Humphrey   Bogart  The  Enforcer  Top-ncd��h Drama&c Hit  ..Friday January 9  Rory Calhoun ~ "Gene Tierney  Way Of A Goueho  Filmed in Argentina in    ���  4 Technicolor  * -���" "      '      f-  Thursday and'Saturday  January 8 and 10  SPENCER  TRACY is  a  fighting Criminal Lawyer in  The People  Against   CHar*  Monday and Tuesday  January 12 and. 13  Humphrey Bogart  Lauren Bacall  .Chain Lightning  The Jet pilot Story  *#l  r* ~  -, - . * ' '  For business reasons, we are consolidating this depart-  ment with th^ main store, and have allotted one complete  section of our ground floor to Men's and Boys' clothing.  We hope to give the same good service as was given by  the Manager, HARRY RIEOHELT, in the Bal's Block  Store. ��� v    *    - t  We invite customers to inspect the new Clothing. Department of Sunset Hardware.  -. .^-    *  ���*���*-  NowOn Hand  ��� i _  GALVANIZED IRON GARBAGE CANS  ^ ^ With Covers      \:  Made to meet the approval of the Sanitary Inspector  Co-operate with your collector, and install approved  cans for your protection-   -  ''  Sunset Hardware  Phone Gibsons 32  ANNOUNCING THE APPOINTMENT OF  (Z  CHUCK'S MOTORS & WELDING  Sechelt, B.C.  Chuck Blanchard*  in SAUS and SERVICE DISTRIBUTORS for  P. M. POWER CHAIN SAWS  TheyPM. ROCKET  ���m��n'.operation,. Only  24H Ibi. without bar end  chain. 4 H.P. tops for Pulp-  wood Cutting, Felling, Bucking,  Trimming and Farm Work.  .Dependable, trpuble-free��  QTH^R P.M. MODEU  P.M. Hevi-duty/the big tight-  weight. P.M. Torpedo, multipurpose P.M. Electro*bbss,  for use  With  electric  power,  Phone Grantham 56  Made in Canada by  148 EAST 3RD AVE.  P.M; POWER SAWS  Are field-tested " urider ail  conditions c ��� .Proven in  operation ... P��M. POWER  CHAIN SAWS will-give  you MORE POWERS and  GREATER CUTTING EFFICI-  ENCy, tight in weight . . .  easy to handle and operate ...  they will save you more money  end make you more money  than any other lightweight saw.  Removed! To New: Premises  The Men's Shop, Gibsons  From Bal s Block ^;.  The Sunset Hardware  Everything^^^mi3^- '  VANCOUVER 10, B.C.  PM-2 by Madge Newman  Hypo would open her big  mouth-. Many of her friends,  upon reading her plaint, hastily  exchanged the m arm a lva do  dishes purchased for her for  Christmas, and all hit upon 'the  same substitute- Now she wonders what she is going to do  with 17 bottles of cologne!  Roberts Greek teemed with  guests from out of town  during the festive season and'  there were few laden tables  which did not boast at least  one extra setting " for Xmas  dingier; Too long a list for this  space- A number of parties  were enjoyed, all varieties  from the very moist to the olcL  fashioned sing-songs around  the family .piaup-  & eTeenv Town   dance   was  held in the Haill aard was en  joyed by the participants-  The annual' Jamboree on  New Year's'Eve, sponsored by  the Hall Board was a howling  success, especially, at midnight  when more than 200 merrymakers wished one another a  Happy New Year in tradition'-  al   style.   The  kitchen   did   a  roaring business too, and altogether, financially and joyously, the; a��fa.i$ was very  satisfactry-  ;..     , ii?  Re-newjhg oldr acquaintaiie-  Thursday January 8, 1952     The Coast News  ship at the dance were Mr- and'  Mrs- Doug Foley, former residents. They were guests of Mr-  and Mrs. G. BlumgrenT  Members of Canadian. Legion  219 started the New Year right  by entertaining the Auxiliary  Ladies and friends on New  Year's Day.  Along with Christmas pres^-  ents and the New Year is a  slight outbreak of Chicken  Pox among the very young set-  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  ���*���.  ���  Evenings by Appointment  Why go to Vancouver for  '���'���'* ODtical Service J-  ?-  ��  1%  *<;���-:.'>  Entirely'NeriS  DURABILSTY I POWER STEERING  Chevrolet's lower in  height, with long,  f I e/w ing, smoothIy  rounded lines to give  you the newest look in  core (New. interiors ore..  richer ��� color-matched  to exterior finish.   ~  New 1T5-h.p. high-  compress i o tfj'BI lie  Flame" engine with  Powerglide models.*  New 108-h.p. high-  .compression ''Thrift-  King" ��ngine with  gear-shift models.  New a utom a tic sta rt-;  ing and passing range  gives you flashing getaway from a standing  start, greater passing  ability in-city driving.  "Gas consumption is  substantially reduced!  Your fgo; much: farther  ��n evoryj; gallon of  gas! Greater over-all  economy of operation  a n cL u p km e p 1 A n d,  again in 1953, Cn*v"  rolet is the lowest-  priced line in its field.  Greater ease and  safety of control.  Greater visibility with  a new, on.e-piece  curved windshield.  Finer, smoother brakes.  The safost Chevrolet  you ever drove 1  Beneath the brilliant  new beauty is heavier,  stronger, more rigid  construction. This  means even longer life  for a car a I ways  famous for durability  and dependability 1  Yew park and steer with  finger-tip ease, yet you retain  the familiar feel of the road.  Power steering, optional at  extra cost on Powerglide  equipped models.  'Combination of Powerglide automatic  transmission ;and 115-h:p. Blue Flame  engine optional in "Two-Ten" and Bel  Air model* at extra cost. (Continuation'  of standard equipment and trim illustrated is dependent on availability  of material.)  CHEVROLET  NEW through and through  f  A 9ENGRAL MOTORS VAIUS  MQ8E PEOPLE BUY CHEVRQLETS  X^"^' ANY OTHER CM  ���<;!���������:  ���neHMMHW  C-S53 A  son 4
The Coast News     Thursday January 8, 1952
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By AK1E8
First column* of. the Year
and we hope you will all iuave
a very ilappy and prosperous
.twie. .'.-      .     .      •
Music lovers in Sechelt again
enjoyed a. wonderful concert
presented by the Peninsula
<jhoraiiers under the direction
of Mr- H- Roberts- They sang
a number of the old. favorite
caa-olja accompanied by Mrs.
Coaustaiice Wilson at the piano.
Mrs- Hilda Lee and Dorothy
J&obillI»a<rd each gave a solo and
Mrs. H Stoctoveii-took tkei
JSolo part in " Gloria in Bxcel-
sis". The audience* and .the
c h iId r em saing- many pf the
familiar carols.  '*■■■•
Harry- Kobertisi had'his choir
of' thirty  voices   ini  beautiful -
contrbl, 'and the audience lap- ■
reciated the program greatly-
The St- Hiltia 's Anglican
Sundey School'party, held in;
the Legion Hall,- was a delight
for the children and majhy
guests- The Rev. H-U- Oswald
opened the program.which was
put on, by the children-
There was much delighted
laughter oyer the cheerful * ad
libbing,,' of some of the small
performers, particuLarly ■ one
young man who informed Mr.
Oswald that he would wait, for
• Santa Olaus before reciting, \
and:.;thetii informed the audience -'There you are, I knew
I could do it". Two little skit's
were very well donie by the
Mrs. Duncaii McGoll. was ithei
piaaiist for'the evening and the
audience joined in the caroi
singing, after which Santa
Clausi presented each child with
a. gay Christmas stocking- : •.
The raffle sponsored by tlie
C.Y-O- was won a's follows:
1st, Overnight^ hag*; won -by
John.-Humber of Se'lma Parked, Hand Bag,- won by Mien-eat
Dupemay of Halfnioon Bay-
3r3, Wallet, won by OrvilJe
Moscrip of Wilson Greek- /■>>, -
Mr- and Mrs- Stewart Killick
entertained a few friend 5. a,t
a buffet supper. Small" tables
were .arranged vd the dinfiig
room to resemble a cafe, and
guests served . themselves A?,
La;' Sanorgasbotd- Tiny candles
graced every tabjer and soft
music played -from the record
player during "the* dining hour-
Out of' toY«n guests included
Mr- and* Mrs- John Vicks, and
Mr. Bernarcl" Sparks- The e ven-
ing was- spent by the guests
playing Canasta, with Mr- and
Mrs. L-F- Scott and Mr. Sparks
carrying home"the prizes-
At. S e c h e 11 Inn for the
Christmas v-acatioiw were Mr-
arid Mrs- H. Evans, of Rose-
to wiii, Sask-, Mrs- Lorna- Mover
of Vancouver, Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Duncain and two children,
Jim amid Jill, from New West- -
mihteter. Bill Duncan is the
popular.: Rad^io  Anno-tuneer  of
cknw.   • ■:.'."':!
Eddie Gardner had the misfortune to break a leg in what
is g en ,e r a 11 y called by the
younger   generation    'Horsing
. -..   .-.     \
Pender Harbour, B.C.
The home of Mr- and Mrs.
'Ar. Jackson was tne scene of a
very pieasant party, an annual
New gear's Eve custom with
the Jacksoji'S for the past
number of years. The many
guests from all over the area
enjoyed a, hearty buffet supper
followed   by   s i n g i n g   and
Around '• In this instance the
horse was an uncommonly tali
cedar tree, which Eddie had
climbed and fallen from-
Sorry to hear that'Mrs- Alice
Kent is under they.weather.
Hope she will be«up and around-
fcgaih soon^ aiio sorry to near
Mrs- Hackett is suffering from
a broken wrist, trust she-will
be home again soon.
Mr- a»nd Mrs. Eddie Gardner
were visitimg in Mission City
for the Christmas holidays'-'
sguare   dancing,   stories   and     USC   TilC    GoaS.t   NCWS
good old fashioned 'talk' ~— ——-— — .""■'"       -
Mrs. Jackson) played^ for the
singers,, and Mr. and Mrs- A-
Jdhnstoni for. the square-danc-
k:;g, celled by Al.
The New-Year was brought
in most happily, before the
guests dispersed:
Roberts Creek PTA
4th Annual      -
len, Women Over
Want Nomiai Pep, Vim, Vitality?
Does weak; rundown, exhausted condition maKe
you feel tag&e$ out, old? Try Oatrcx. Cantatas
general toaics, stimulants, often needed after 30 or
40. Supplies iron, calcluni; phosphorus, vltamln-Ei.
Helps you get normal pop, vim", vitality. Get pstrex
Tonic Tablets. Introductory-or "get-acquainted
•tier orif COfL At all drug storra.
Mike, Mark, and Jack/of OKWX
-Costume Prizes Spot, Prizes
Admission $1-05, Including Tax
Chartered  Accountant
1045 West Fender St.
— TAtlow 1954 —
Are you
We can supply men and
material for any job
S^ckclt    '
Building Supplies *
- Phone Sechelt 60 —*
?      .     ;,-'     ^ (Reading left to right)
The Honourable W. Av C. Bennett!, Premier and President of the .Council.
The Honourable Philip ^V.Gaglardi, Minister of■•Public Works.
The Honourable W. Ralph Chetwynd, Minister of Railways,
Minister of.Trade and Industry, and Minister of Fisheries.
The Honourable W. Kenneth Kiernan, Minister of Agriculture.
The Honourable Mrs.. Tilly J. .Ronton, Minister of Education.
The Honourable Einar M. Gundereon, C.A., Minister'ofFinance.
.The Honourable. Robert .W. Bonner, Q.C., B.A.,.Li>.BM
Attorney General.
The Honourable.Wesley D. Black, Provincial Secretary
'Minister of Municipal Affairs.
The Honourable Robert E. Somjoaers, Minister of Lands
:i; .Forest*> and Minister.of'Mines. ■■-:.       <.
The Honourable;, Lyle Wicks^ Minister of Labour. >
The Honourable Eric C; F. Martin, Minister of Health
Welfare* .  ■ \"Y-
New  Year
The Best Wis&es of your Government, inspired hy the abiding^ faitli
we share with you in the future of this great Province, go out to one
and all in the confident hope that your earnest endeavours will be.
rewarded with the blessing of •'■■""/
'   •.      <*■- i-T .".' Hear '' The Grand Canyon'' Suite, as recorded by  ""  Toscanini or by Kostelanetz  Watch this space for other equally wonderful  Record Listings *  D I RECTORY  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  All Types of Accounting Problems  1 Egpertly Attended  rNCOME TAX A SPECIALTY  DocksWe ��� Serrice  to  Fishermen.  Box 1��, The Coast News.  ����� ��� ������������  APPLIANCES ,.   ,  SUNSET HARDWARE  V   GIBSONS  Agents for  1 RCA-Victor Records  Columbiar-Reeords  J Friffldaire Ranges and  j Refrigerators _  Beatty Pomps, and  Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ��� Phone Gibsons 38  BLASTING  Rocks ��� Blasting- ��� Roadbuildins  JACK CAMPBELL  BLASTING  5308 Pr. Edward Ave., Vancouver  -   i    * ' ��� Ftf��seK$br^'  Fully  Licensed.  AM  Experienced  Men.  BEER BOTTLES n  "Will call and buy for rash, beet  bottles, scran-metal, ete.  Calls made ai "Intervals  from  Hopkins to Irvine's Landing  R. H. STROSHEIN  Wilson Creek;" --���  GIBSONS      -  KINDERGARTEN .  Information ��� Miss W.M. New  or  Coast  News  Telephone    Gibsons 64 S 4  MACHINISTS  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere ���.Anytime  Expert Tradesmen   ,  Precision Machinists  Phone 54 ��� Res: 58  NOTARY .PUBLIC  C. JOHN COLERIDGE  ��� Gibsons ���  Office S7 Res. 116 W  OIL BURNERS  C & S OIL BURNERS  SALES ��nd  SERVICE  W.  Swain D. Carrie  Ranges,  Furnaces, - Chimneys  Cleaned  used ranges for sale  AUTHORIZED KEMAC DEALERS  ��� Sechelt M ���   ,  PLUMBING  CLEANERS  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula. s   -.  *- Phones ���   *   ^    ���  Ulbaoas 100 ��� Sechelt 4$ 3  ELECTRICAL WORK    ..   ,     .���   | .   | - | I J -        ~  Home and Industrial Wiring  . Electrical Heating    >'  !     GIBSONS ELECTRIC  "*  Phone 45  Appliances ���  Fixtures  ���  Radios  Member   Electrical   Heating  Ass'n.  "'PRATT and LAMBERT PAINTS"  FLORIST  Flowers for- all occasions.  We are agents for large  Vancouver florists.  Fast service for weddings  and funerals.  JACK MAYNE   ^  Phone SecKelt 24 or Write  P.p. Box 28.  For the Finest  FUNERAL   FLOWERS     ,  call  W.  Graham, Gibsons, 60*  GIFT STORE  Headquarters for  Wool,  Notions ���> Cards *��� Toys  Miscellaneous  Gifts\  GIBSONS 5-10-15 STORE  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  HARDWARE  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 -r- Gibsons B.C.  Boilders? Hardware  "    Paint ��� Plumbing  ��� Appliances ���  Complete Installation  Maintenance -Service .  DELIVERIES      .  TO ALL POINTS  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      ., . ;*;. * '   -  , "-'," \���������=���_���.  . JOHN COLERIDGE  _   AGENCIES  ;  Gibsons  and  District's   Only   Full  Time Real Estate and insurance  Office Since 1948.      v-  Phone Gibsons 37  ROOFS REPAIRED  ��� .���N >      ���   ������������������     .���.-i���      .���^��� i ���        i     am* *   a i���M���M���������  GIBSONS ROOFING  and -  CHIMNEY -CLEANING  Asphalt Roofing and Repairs  Phone Gibsons 44  SECHELT CARTAGE  M.   HEMSTREET  Sawdust ��� Wood ��� Coal  We haul anything, anywhere,  r  anytime  Phone Sechelt 97H       Sechelt, B.C.  SECOND HAND STORE  Wilson Greek :  by Robbie  Of interest to m<any people  of the district generally is the  fact that**-Mrs- Chas. May wood  anid her daughter ,.]iave left the;  district for^Smit h ers, B-C-  where Charlie is -working for  the   B-C-   Power   Commission'.  Louise hag accepted a. position  at the Hospital and we, wish  them every-success.  ���    Also at S nil t^h'e r s, is Mr.  Skinjhfer, whb|��end|:the seasons  greetings to all his^ friends. He  was a  valued niember of the  Rtberts Creek Orchestra and of  the (3hoiraJliers; Mrs- Bugust has  left  Davis;  Bay K for   the   city  where she .will'*spend most of  the coming moipfths  with   her  daughter, Sirs--Mason*  Ted Kerluck, the busy little  plumber from Davis Bay, had %  fallen heir to a legacy from the  Federal goverifment. Ted was  a prisoner of wair over ita; thei  Pacific _ Area- for about four  years. Methinks hell get the  works, and rightly so-  Les. Jackson has almost  completely recovered from her  al/lness. You'll, remember she1  collapsed on her way to the  Doctor   for   a   check-up.   We  Porpoise  Patter  by Sally Ann  During the recent holidays  there have been many parties  and much visiting m thi�� area.  Mr- and Mrs. H- Holroycl were  hosts at Christmas Eve and  New Year's Eve parties, and a  good time was enjoyed by the  local residents who attended-  The Walter CTa^idys from  Texada1 Island spent the  Christmas Holidays with Mrs.  Cassidy's parents, Mr. and  Mrs- T- CrawleyvfL  During the holidays, Mr- and  Mrs-"Keti Wilson Sr-^entertained their son Ken ^Jr., his wife  'and children from North Vancouver, son Norman and family  from Vancouver, aud Gleu,  from Selma I'ark., ,  Mr. Sandy Hopkins has returned _from Vancouver, where  -he- attended   the   funeral   of,  Walter  Stewart. He   wa��  ac-  ;,��� companied back- by Mr. John  Robertson, who ralso  attended  the. funeral  and  came u$>.to:/  .Storm   Bay   for " a\ fevr days  beTore returning to .-his Jiome  in Winnipeg* '   i  Mrs- Scott is reported recov-  c ering    favourably    from    the  broken arm he received a short-  jtime ago, when she\slipped on  the icy road-  The Thomas Gory's spent the  New   Yeor's   Day   with   Mrs^  - Gorv's parents, "Mr- and  Mrs.  '   C. New^coimbe. ~ '  - -The-L-E. Reids had a pleasant holiday visit to Vancouver  between Christmar* and New  Years-  mzzm  isa-.^fts^SBJ^^^a-.^^SS?  Hardware ��� China  Tools ��� Furniture  Household Equipment  Magazine ~ Books  ���WE BUY ^: TRADE;-^vSEM."  ^ F^SIftNSUiJL SECOND V  HAND STORE -..  Phone Gibsons 99 ^  TYPEWRITERS  Typewriter Sales, and Service  Remington. Rand  Agent  48-hour service  Colin Wingrave       Granth.79L  ~FO~R QUICK SALES  CLASSIFIED ADS!  Date Pad  * HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL  Send in you notices early to insure  publication. ,    -  Januai*y 31, ��� Gibsons, at 2:30  p.m. Annual meeting the Canadian  Red Cross, West' Howe Sound  Branch at the United Church Hall.  All are urged to attend.  , 1953 SPECIALS -^ Roberts Creek,  66 feet uwaterfrontage, 3 bedrooms,  bath,   .fireplace,   -furnished,   .only  '   $4200. ���}��� \\ ' ���';-''���;������" ���".���'; .'      '  GIBSONS ��� Waterfront, tjvo bed.  rooms, bath, lovely viewV'a bargain  at $3500.  H pays to list your property with  Totem  Realty  Phone Gibsons 44  The Coast News 5  Thursday January 8,' 1952  shoulm-t leave those check-ups  too long, should we?  -��� It doesn't seem more than./  two years since we all chipped  in for a present for Tom  Mutter, wheril he left for the  U-S.A-, but it is- And 'here is  Tommy in our midst, renewing  old friendships. He will be re-  tutfriing to the U-S-A. /and work  soon.  Many residents of Wilson  Creek were surprised at the  amount of taleni"we have;  amomg the younger" ��v\^ this  was prov��ed at a concert given  by Sunday school children  during the ChristmaSi week. I  am sorry I am umable to give  a fnil acconnt ^of the affair  owing, to space shortage, but,  after a special welcome, given  by Perry Oifce, the children,  took complete command, solo's,  recitations, action songs and a  pLay wax rendered, by these  young people, who were coached and trained by the Pastor,  Rev- Chesnic and Mrs- Chesnic,  who atre in chai'ge of the Pentecostal Church here.  There was a picture show  held at the Community Hall,  Wiflfcou! Creek, last Saturday-  night which produced our fine-  films, a story of UNESCO, part  history of the game of Curling,  Eye-witness, and the feature .  picture, V- for Volunteer. The  attendance was poor, and I  might say that it would be/  rather a pity if the efforts: of  Messrs Stacey and Jack Whit-  taker were treated lightly in  the future.- We understand the  holiday rush with its Work and  worry, but if we are to have  these National Film Board  shoAvs in the future, let's all  get behind the movement, it '^ -  free, and you meet your friends  and neighbours over a cup of  tea, if yon wish, so let's support this movement-  ANGLICAN CHURCH  l��t, Sunday  afteif Epiphany  St. Bartholomew's  Chorch  "."-."- ���^so^;^;t::^?'���  11.00" a.m.* Sundayv School  3.?>0 p.m. Eve.nl Song'-'���:  St. Hilda's Church ��� Sechelt  ^ j   1:45^ p.)tn. Evensbng%" "  '1.^45 p.m. Sundayl^hool  1 St. Aidan's Church  Roberts Creek   ^  11.00 ,a.m. Holy Communion  2.00 p,m. Sund^y/;Schpol  UNITED CHURCH  Gibsons:  .   9.45 ai.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 t  7.36 Friday Evenings  PENTECOSTAL  TABERNACLE  Sunday Services:  9:45 a.m. Sunday School  11:00 a.m. Devotional  7:30 p.m. Evangelistic r  Prayer and Bible Study  Wednesday 8 p.m.:  Y,oung 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  January ll*h 1053  St   Mnry ��� Gibsons ��� 9 a.m.  ���    Holy Family ��� Sechelt  11 a.m.  January 18th 1953  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  9 a.m.  St Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 11 a.m.  CiiSSiFI  FOR SALE  EARL'S BLACKSMITH SHOP, ���  fully equipped. Apply Earl Bingley,  Gibsons, B.C. tfn  ���-��� SALE!       SALE!       SALE!  LUXURIOS  CHENILLE BEDSPPREADS  At  Only $5.39  Each  FROM FACTORY TO   YOU.  This  -bedspread is the latest rage. It has  thousands <of  small  velvety  tufts,  which completely cover the spread.  One of the finest type of Chettilte  spreads   made   and   worth   much  more.   In  all  shades,  with   either  asiaUi-colored  or  solid  same color  patterns on top. In fall doable or  single bed sizes. First quality. Seat  COB  phtj  postage. ���  Immediate  money-back guarantee.  TOWN   jihd  COUNTRY  IVJj^Box  1496, Place D'Armes, Montreal,  Quebec^ ' %  Nic8 Waterfront Cottage, lovely  view,  only  $2300.00, riglit here in  Gibsoais.      See  Totem  Realty.  ��� i  One Jersey Cow* second, calf du��  in January. Apply J. Wood, West  Sechelt. > ' 3  EXTRA SPECIAL ��� Three bed-  ropan home, valuable corner.' ���  Sechelt Highway property, close m��  good commercial possibilities ������  ONLY $3500. See Totem Realty.  FTVB good Rentals. ��� See Totem  Realty, Gibsons, B.C.  Good Wood and Sawdust, old growth  Fir and Millwood, dry Fir Sawdust.  Phone Gibsons 84W;���or see Joa  Rushton,   Roberts   Creek. 51  *���������      * ��� '���.'", i, ', ���      '      ��� ��� i.   ' ���  GOOD used tires and tubes; vacioua  siaes, $3.00 and up. Chuck's Motors.  and Welding:- -tSn.  22 acree all sub-divided, one niil��  !^3N^'']����BiBJ^Rr-' sacrifice, $825.  "-  Totem Realty.r Gibsons B.C.- '^'  :;   r\ tfa  ��� ' '         i ������ ���   ' '������  ' ' - ��� \  Alder wood,  $10.50. per  cord;   Fir  wood $11.50 per  cord, delivered,  3. McCartney. R.R. 1^  Gibsons,  Phone 6tH    " ^tfn  Roe^h and JWined Lomber  Phone v-tita|lfmoon   Bay  7 Z  K0LTEEBIAN SAWMILLS  ���   Tnr^e5|i:^f|il^,. :;slzes>: ���'' �� resh .���' from'--:  Aaiie^s :;-5fu^jr Farm. Phone 5 W  Wusorr-CTBSr-ac. yM:   : ��� .tm  FOR  RiENf  *\  LEASE for ^xtie ;y��ar, $160, ^attractive ccit^e,4^>w Beach, Eieclf icity.  Peninsula Realty, Roberts CreeJc,,  Vacancies for winter months. Fully  modern cabins wit|i electric cooking  and hef^J vLow v rates. Plione -r  Ridgeway Motel, Gibsons 68L.  FuEy' nicNdem two bedroom hom��,  lovely furn^ure, elecfcric range,  warm������,&$$home, only $4000 month.  Totein Realty, Gibsons BC.'  ���  ' '^  k  :,^::^m.^'': .. \y;^:.      tin  Furnished Cabins by day; week -or  montii. Rit's . Motel, Bay Area,  Gibsons.- :::,'.7 *fn  At Hopkins. Six room house, large  living .room with fireplace, ..three,  bedrooms, rnoderrt* plumbing and  Pembroke Batjx $35. Phone West  Vancouver, 1407L1 or see Maclarep  1^51 - 24th St. West Vancouver.  .. '/Y '     .    ;-:v.;' ^n  WORK WANTED  Spray and Brush' Painting; also  paper hanging. J. Meihus. Phone  Gibsons 33. tfn  ��aye Gregerson ��� Licenced Electrician. Madeira Park. Pender Harbour. Phone II H tfn  WATCH /'REPAIia:V^^;types of  watches'" and, -.^rw^iryfr^a^edy ;Re.  liable, fast: ef&clent. Union::Geheral  Store. Sechelt. tfn The Coast News      Thursday January 8, 1952  Halfmoon Bay  Rough" & Planed Lumber  Phone, Half moon   Bay   7 Z  Gower  Gibsons Kindergarten  Reopened January 5th 1953. Program stilted to children starting  school next September as well as  younger  children. *"  Phone Gibsons 64S4  ]  l  SuppHes Lti  Offers A Service To  The Person Building:  Bring  in your  plans for  Discussion   and    Suggestions.  Estimates Given  Lumber Ripped,  Dadoed & Groved  Glass Cut~  Lino Laid  Cabinets  Custom Built  Doors &   .: ,".'���.;--  Window; Framed  Sander RentaI    x  v All Kinds of ������ Tools - k  ',��� .=    -star .Hira-:-^v;v-  Gibsons 53      ; -;  ���'t t:-'^::':;,  If you've it b��by ii��' th* house yoa'H wan*^  to hear the prograxn OUR BABIES. Aunt  Jan*,;.��ive�� .**p��$rt ���fldynct) JonjehlM.^yWi  mnd  Sam  Logan .colds' hia. thoughts too  In   Terse.' Mothers   everywhere   seelaim  tha program OUR'BABIES. :'.'���  0ia1 990 ��v��ry Saturday .  morning a) 10:45  11  FIRST WITH:THH NEWS'  eaningg  By GYPSY TOWERS  A bright new year and what  marvellous weather to go with  it���lucky people.-to be able to  Jive in this balmiest;of balmy  climes! And now to the -news-  Getting back m. the groove are  the Will Bow'& after: jaunts in  to North Vancouver to celebrate tlie festive occasions  with their family a<nd back to  put on a practice hop under  the close scrutiny of. their  house guest Mr- Thomas Bingham, who unfortunately was  incapacitated with a torn leg  muncle. Notwithstanding this  handicap she made the most of  her rest period by directing all  and sundry in the art of fringing plaids and new dance steps,  .including the new Coronation  Waltz-   ���  Back too are the J. Beaton's  having    spent    Christmas    in  Portland with daughter Muriel  and her family amd New Year's  in  Vancouver  with  soil' Kenneth and his family- Especially :  glad "to greet them was Sandy-  Holiday ing in Nelson <are the  S.F-- Smales. Busy too were the  - Chaster   ���household���a   family  ���  Christmas at the Harry Chas-  ' ter's and a New Year's giather-  inig of the clan at Fred Fisher's  and house-guesting with Gram'  CtiajSfter ih'her cute hew home  were  daughters  Elsie  Carlson  antd Dorie SwiaJlow.-  Another    happy    gathering'  was  held  at  the   Mi t.ch e M".  King's-  Mr.   and   Mrs-: Harry  . Thorn1 threw <wide their portals  at Sylva'nsea and a, jolly even-,  ing was spent in games, cards,  ad charades. Being welcomed  among the Grower Pointers are  Major    arid    Mrs-    A r t hu r  /Saunders  who liave.  come  to  make their home on the Peninsula- ,���;. '*- ��� V/v^/^.v ������  Gower, iPpint too riieHv boosts  a baby- sitter' and home tender  in the sfaape- of Jfe. Bejv^ridge  who is taking Otver the car^e of  the young* -Ayiesx c h i 1 d^r e h  whilst "t^^Ayle^^seMor are  bringing feme ^theT fconjv  Mrs.   Jules   Mainil   is  still  commuting   between'   Vancouver and Gibsons se^eing^ to Mr.  and ^MrsnSiA- Forteoius; botliv-^  of wliQin, J am sorry to say: ^are  niot feeling" ti�� ^ -par "��inice( -  leaving   Gower's    peace    and   ���  quiet* Hope the new year will,  see them pirfeing', np- . ,  To complete this roM flp ;  mention must Be--made of the  hia ppy cHi'ldren;'^ party beltl at  Stronloehie   for "tjie   younger  fry   of  Gower   including   tlie/  iovjely Poole children,! and - the  happy young Ayles. iQ^e a ":  gathering -too   at   the  F r e d  Earle's when their cosy home  , was stretched - to  capacity to  hold their manjy well wishers  who dropped in to wish Jfhem a  Happy New Year-       ;  All   we   haye   to   complain  about   is   the  wretched., con- ���  ditioai   of   the   Gower    Foinlv  Road���Why oh why fe it allow-1  ed to get  into such  a, state? -  RED or BLACK  Basketball and Badminton Shoes  Children's^ Cold Weather Foot; Wear  ���y:':.f'.:-:-:  (continued from1 page i)    Try: :The^ Coast ��� News Classified:  ���to MedicaT schools was an im-    ~       ;       ��� ���.  -    ..'  .-.'.--.   ���    ' ��� .    ���..'= ��� "T"  mediate aid, while forming a  part: of the .lo,ng-range project  for national healtSinsurance-  ��� Regarding Port Mellon, Mr-  "Sinclair  explained  that  there  is no p o 13- u t i o n  of fishing  ��� waters permitted by these industries    and    constant   x tests  hvere made to assure this-  To a question regarding the  ��� restraint of trailers on. this  coiast, he , explained that the  Fisheries Research Department  was even : now occupied with  a study of Ground-fish- When  these researches. halve progressed to. a point of- knowledge,^  - further    am^nHmehts    to    the  Fisheries Act may be necessary  to protect the feeding grounds  ', by way of restraint upon certain types" of fishing, ias they  have   been  in^the   matter  of  pa.lmo.ii,   halibut   .and.   herring.  fishing-  '.;.'.'.    .'"  Mr.; Sinclair   sai(}   that   the  market for fresJi-frozen fillets)  in the U.S.A. encour/aged this  ground fishing aid " that much  depended upojn results of preV  ent research before restrictions-  would he enforced-   .���".....-   n  Norman Stewart  Local Sales'Jlep.''.  R.E. lf GIBSONS  ^Pnbne(MC;20-A;  What a; savihio- In the'iong run  it would be if yO^nly a little  crush ed r dck : or Bljaclc ^pp  pin^* could be deiiie^-is.. it' too  much to -oskf Stop dreaming-j  .^<^  *~                         ;-',,\::-;xtd.".,/'.  ' :."}���v.y:;"sv^:..v  Sleighs!  xi^l  42,/'4a?'p||!^lgiis!';-  ���' ' .-"  10 jpei  ��� dent @fl^  ,:���:������:.;���. ���  '��� i    ���  With This  Advcrtiseitiferlt;'  - .<���  Clip' iThis And Bring It In  -!*Vw  Totem Pole Carving Contest  *- * *  The Tof cm Realty of Gibsons is 'slponsoring this Totem Pole C)&rvi��g Contest tn the'  sincere hope that it will not only stimulate a real* interest in our native Indian Arts and  Legends but will also present a very definite' challenge to your creative ability.  *����� ���  Anyone���anywhere���any age, may enter, no cost, no  obligation, generous prizes,  competent judges, simple rules, its a change tio deyelope a"worthwhi!e and very' inexpensive hobby.  '  S&aply fill m the coupon bf^ow, ser��fl it in, then lets see what you can do, there i��'-'  no reason whatsoever that you cannot carve as good a Totem as anyone else.' Unlimited  design possibilities, unlimited color schemes, (Write for extra .entry blanks If needed) , .  ���^ .-  ^   x    .Remember Totem Poles were practically unknown 150 years ago. The Indians.carved  them with crude tools and colored^tltem with simple rf4it$ye dyes^This art is unknown  in any .other part of the world except the North Pacific Coafet and the Totem Pole Art .  , ranks, as one of .the, great Art styles of the world.  "*t Get started today���tell your friends, its a creative hobby, equally interesting to  either sex, youn? or old, you will get, such a thrill out of yowr owni Totcah.       t       -    *  L  This contest is,, another community project  sponsored *y,'-your . courteous, progressive  . result getting, eervice satisfying  TOTEM REALTY  Gibsons; B.C.. Canada  The Gateway- to the'; Great Sunshine Coast  of British Columbia-famed Totem Land.  -PCO. Box 39   -^ r k Phone Gibsons'**  J ���&'  i  s  f��  RULES  TWO CONTESTS ��� one for those under 16 years of age ��� other over 16  Totem Poles entered must be entirely the work of the party who signs the entry blank.  ���\No Totem entered to Exceed ^ feet in length-^ow may enter as many Totems as yow  like,���each must have a separate signed entry form.  All entries may be displayed by Totem Realty-inatiy manner they see fit for. a period'  Of three months after closing date of the contest <���  Winning contestants agree to give Totem Rf^ty first opportunity to feuy their'entry  if Totem Reajltyv.wants it. '-:' ^  Totem Realty will assist you to sell-your e^try ��� no charge- -  JUDGES DECISION FINAL \    '     '   .. ~"^_ -  All entries must be delivered to Totem Realty Office in GIBSONS before 5 p.m.  March 31st 1953, the fjnal date of the contest.  1.  2.  3.  4.  5.  6.  7.  PRIZES    Only one prize to an entry  1. Grand Prize to best entry regardless of group.  2. Best entry in group below 16 years of age.  6.    Best entry in g?oup abtove 16 years of age.      .  4. Special prize for best eiitry from # fiatwe Indian of the Pacff)|c Coasti  5. Special: prize-for most original design any^:grOupi -;  6. Special prize for most artistic coloring .^ny gitiupii ,'���>���:  7;     Totem moment�� for every person turning  PliEASE KEEP THIS FOR REFERENCE::��� ;SHOW IT' TO YOUR FRIENDS  ENTRY BLANK (cut across, here on above line)   r  I hereby register in your Totem Caryilig^^ Contest and agree to the rule^  sign here'.:..'.'.".���!..r '.'.���..";',...  SHOW ADDRESS HERE .......................  SHOW DATE HERE ...;.".'.   Totem Realty  P.O. Box 39  Gibsons, B.C., Canada SHOW AGE GROUP HERE��� over or under 16..


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