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 FRO^rNClAL    :  VICTORIA. &C. j  "  provincial Library,  Victoria, B. C.  t Phone your news or  orders to  Seventh Year of Publication Thursday January 29, 1953  Vol. 7-4' Published in GIBSONS, B.C.     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  Statue of Zeus Arrives at 17. N. Headquarters  Workmen at United Nations Headquarters uncrate a bronze statue  of Zeus, the king of the gods of Greek mythology. The statue,^  replica of an original made 2400 years ago, is a gift of Greece to U.N.  The statue has heen temporarily placed on view in a public lobby.  Gibsons Couple  To Celebrate  Guest Speaker  At5ecy|i|l  Sechelt P-T_^; regular: meet-  ���in  t-   &-J    :  - I     ��      tl  Residents of, Gibsons and  District will have an. opportunity of taking part in a noteworthy event on Tuesday, Feb.  6th*r when Mr. and Mr^ O.II.  Bartie    will     celebrate    their  v Diamond    Wedding    Anniver-  *' sa-ry in  the  Canadian  Legion  - Hall.  Mr. and Mrs- Bartie were  married: on Feb.  6th, 1893 in  '* Nnaiieatofii Parish Church, in  England .,,Th ey came to Canada.  in 1908, residiiriig in Qalgary  for 16 yeiars- ?\vhere Mr. Bartie  was employed ^by the C.P.R-  as' painter.  -    For the  past 29- years they  have been living on the North'  Road, "Gibsons..- During   thedr  long residence here they have  become highly   esteemed  and,  beloved by all-   '  Mr. Bartie '"isKa Veteran of  the- First World'War; he was  .overseas- for three years, and  s.8iw Service im France and  Belgium. lie fo a Life Member  of the Canadian Legioni, and  Mrs. Bartie is a Life Member  of the Legion. Auxiliary. Mrs.  BartlJe- is also a Life Member -  of the Auxiliary of the Angli-  eam Church. '...*:.  There are two in the Family,  "Victor Bartie |n; Vaiacouver,  and. Mrs. .W. Haley of North  Road,:Gib:-pns. v    ...  We  feel, sur^e  that  all, the  Community will be glad to pay/:  tribute   and   respect   on-  this  happy occasion/  Creek Legion  Elects Officers  Roberts Greek Branch 219  of - the Canadian Legion held  its electron of Officers recently  witli the following results:  President,.-Ralph. Cotton.; Vice  President, Clifford Wells; Secretary, Q. Rui?��ell; Hon. Vice  President,., Captain F. Hewar;  Rev. Harboard continues as  Chaplain.  with Presidei-t^  Redniam -in the .chair  guest speaker Mi^^irme Read,  social welfare -worker for the  district' Avho gave a'very iii-  t-erei (ting   talk   on , her   work  here. '������"���.-'v.. ���  We learned that the woodworking classes held in ��he,  e^nings and supervised ��b��y  some of the fathers are very  well attended and -the boys  very attentive to the instructors. - Also that, seventy bowls  of liot soup, are served daily  ���?.t school, a group of young  mothers helping with the work.  It was suggested at the meeting that a motion' picture projector be bought for use in the  school, and Mr. Douglass Oike  drafted $20 to start the fund.  Mr. Ben Lang also offered to  purchase'? benches for use on  Mny Dayiand.other functions.  Nmv-;thM\the weather is im-  pr^isig'" it^ds "hoped to have  more parents attending the  meetings/The P-^TA expects to  hold a box social on Feb. 21st'.  Six Thpusantf  Dollars to     |  Use These Roads?  One local firm in this"' com-  nitundty reports that its annual  roiad  tax,  Which  includes   vehicle   licenses    and    Gasoline  tax,' amounts to approximately  six thousand dollars.      V        ."  ." This ��� seems   rather: a   high  L- premium^, he  thinks,  for   the  ��� privilege of driving over many  miles  of pot holes,  and  says-  that if" this spring's road pro--  gram   does   not   show,  a   very  great improvement, he will be  forced  to   cancel  his   licenses  and go out of business.  Vehicle repairs, hold-ups  due to same, and the high cost  of maintenance, may yet be the  means of .driving yet one more  fssential business from our  Peninsula.  Fentter itospa  Faces Closure Ihre  St. Mary's,Hospital at Pender Harbour face| closure by  March 31st, uiiles^|some means  cam be found to m||t operating  ��� loss;.-.   ���-.-.-,���'���'.���;���=;:'���''�����_ ,.- yfr:'  Cano__ Gireen, J^o  takes a  very   active   interest   in  this  Hjospital and aoii^ctive liason  -. D.:etweea_: it  and ;ffie   Mission,  -reported to the Bo��rd that the  Hospital   ha^be^i  operating  at a terrific los^^ 1952.  A committee: of^^red Clark,  . B. Scouler and$D;|pristow will  canvas the   district  to 'kxee   if  needed funds; pan lie raised, or  if   residents>;. hiaveJQ any   other  Kiolutionv.: -v.:>r: ��� :v>|||;  ..;-. ��������� A^;rmcefciiugv'i.hd^J-e.Jen... called  'for 2:30, Sun^ay^^eb;ruary 1st  in Pender Harbo^|pommunity  Hall to  hear::^#^pmiriitte, e 's  "report.   V     'J^f} :.^1".  This/is  a sixteen: bed Ho.-  pitial,������'��� and  ,has: ^^r v e d   the  ." Sechelt Peninsula.���3$i??d. saround-  in<y areas aiid islandsi for many  years,   and" haj^;teeen   a   very  necessary ^^juhc^ Jo the community ^���|e;:f^r'^mfony  years.  'Should ;it be': force)! to  close,  great hardsnij^MllJace a good  .':m^'^;<^;^^'*;r^id^)ts of this  ������; area|^;-::; ^^:ff^9:  ".:;Tt:!K^ex^ecitei$-tha^; interested.  pajcties will^aW&$^e meeting  afe_^eiider|Ha1^tti^|fo hjear the  ;Com&nitt^s;iipfe_^^    ,'  ^:.^fegj^ii^|%^^^: has  been  |:a^ur^;|i^a^lteS^td^    ~of  |^i(��^^^^<gia^^^p|iii-0  ^at-oiis is^cpniniunicatlng with  thei :Le��giie?������''<|n? the  matter- at  onice^ and' expect them to communicate   with ��� Mr.    Martin,  Minister of Health, before the  Sunday meeting-.     %r:  . Gibsons, JBoard of Trade expects to have a repre^ntative  attend the meeting.    > ';���������'��� >''���'  rarrac  At  a  orcei  meeting  Commissioners held oi_.  authorized  to  place  a  the Cofist News, t&  m  W.I.JIects  Full Slate  the Gibsons Village  ;Tiiesday, January 27th, the Clerk, was  Notice in the form of an advertisemeiit  advise all motoriists ^vithin the Village that the provisions of  the traffic bylaws would, be strictly enforced, and that those who  wished to acquaint theinselve's> with said by-law might do so by  calling at the" Municipal Office to examine same, ,  "     ~      ~TT,    ~~"     :   ; A letter from the B.C. Autp*  miobile\ Asijociation wais read-  asking for the support of the?  Municipalities for stiffer pen-  altiesV'ifoir. drunken and /or  dan gerouiS driving. The coiii-  mksion went on r e c or d as  being entirely in support of  this request.  A. letter was directed to bo  written to the Deputy Minister  of Public Wjoirks,- protesting  the type of gravel being iii-ed'-  for the' wojrk on the Gower  Point Road as ^eing too fine,  amid of too loamy a quality to*  stand   tihie   traffic;"  Complaints were heard fron.  residents    of   the    Headlands  Area upon, the flood i ng of:  properties and of sjeptic tanks  during the recent storms. The  Cbinmisfion  has directed that  examination  pf the   situation  be made, with a view to diteb.-  ing- excess1, water fl.ow'to'- the  sea by way of Dougall Creek*  1   Some time ago, it was fotincl  Iniece'sssiry������ to remove the Bulletin  Board r w^hichr. hag  stpoet  opposite the. Gibspn^s Post,  Office. Theipipes:line;^^aiiv.  ^a^wate^j^drain^  ther-^ and it; iyas-knecessary to>  move: the large stump against  Should Monday morning  da!wn without a settlement of  the Railway(s' and Trainmen's  clisaerreeinent -over wage increases j the effect on British  Columbia could be '.j��erious.  Alreadv the -Postal De-pa.rt-  mehthais formulated a plan for  <Dnastic;Ourta,rl_nent' of jits  services in the event of a strike.  Parcels and naoers that could  not be delivered^would not be  accepted^ .  Heayv freiisrht and express  ijitn; thfi^ProvinrfPi could not  he aceentefP for shipment and  the number of ^trucks avail able  for such hauling is far below  what would be required to  keen ur^ a normal .flow of  iroods.    \ ;  Grocery suppliels would likely  continue to arrive, but shipments of meat could scarcely  be expected to keep up to re-  onirements.  . ;.':.'-:To the  thousands  of worker*', direct!v "affected   by  the .  strike   would   be jadded   the  "thousands of men whtf.-e jobs  are contingent upon the ^arrival of materials at points of  manufacture and distribution.  - In our locality, food may be  slow in arriving, if they are  filow or scarce' in- arrival in  Vencoiiver. Mails will be limited, equipment and.'materials  which must normally be ship-  ���oe.fl in to. Vancouver, bv rail  before being transhipped to  u�� bv truck or boat will likely  ho both Scarce and slow.  At the December Meeting ot  the Gibsons Women's Institute, the :-jollowing slate of  officers was elected: for .the  coming year: President, Mrs.  Norah Haley; Vice|;;;P^esident,  ^Mrs W. Hodgsong'Secretary,  Mrs. Brown; [Treasurer, "Mrs-  : Oorlett; Directory, Mrs,Atlee,  Mrs.  Ritchey,, and Mrs- Ross.  The regula'r January meeting  was held at the home'���������of Mr^.  A-E. Ritch,ey, with IT members  in attendance: The Committee,  ^appointments were as follows:  A g r i c u 11 u r e, Mrs. Haley;  Homes, etc-, Mrs. A_tlee; Citizenship, \Mrs. Hodgson; VON,  Mrs. Haley; Building Fund,  Mrs- Metcalfe; Social Welfare,  Mrs. Tyson; Publicity, Mrs.  Tyson-  .   A report on "Cheer Parcels'  s> was given by Mrs Tyson and  Mrs.   Coi'lett.   The   Secretary,  Mrs   Brown, read, a   card   of  ��� "'thanks  re :���*��� Cheer-:>Pareels'" ?^t-  An invitation from the North:  . Fraser Branch of the W.l. to.  attend a picnic in July at the  Peace Arch was received- The,  members would meet those  .- from Whatcombe County, U.S.  A- at this gathering.  There was a ple-a for donations to the Milk Fund for  Children in Korea. The request  was subscribed to immediately-  A donation was also voted to  ��� the  Crippled  Children's   Hos-*"  pital-  ^lans were discussed for a  W.I Birthday party to be held  en February 20t;h, and Tea  with Birthday cake in honor of  three members, Mrs- Ritchey,  Mrs- Shoebottom and Mrs.  Winn.  The  next  regular   meeting  '  will be  held  at  the  home   of  Mrs. Rjeese, in the Headlands,  on February 17th at 2:00 p.m.  Sarins Concert  For Roberts Creek  The Roberts Creek Orchestra  will present their annual  Sorinff Concert on Friday,  March sixth. Miss Maclntyre,  who directs this group, promises a program of interest and  variety which should be entertainment- for all.  The concert will be held in  the Roberts Creek Communit.y  Hall, startinsr at 8:15 p.m. Mr-  ver, will join the group for  ver. will ioin the srrouo for  thife performance; as he has in-  the past-    .        _������,''..  'Nlilf Brown  Grades Again  At the beginning of Febru-  arv.   motorists  will   meet   an  old friend at the wheel of the  Road Grader, aB Milton Brown  "���War-.  returns to the work he did in  this community for so many  seasons.  Milt is pleaKed to be going  back to this work, it is some-  thin cr he knows and likes  which it had $tood to cl'eap the  full width^of the 'Rocky Road *  a t th a t point. Th e Commission-^  er.s received a letter fcom the  Howe Sound Farmers' Insti-  ���. tute, .asking..-that; th.e'.Bulletin  Board be replaced. The Clerk  was iw.tructed to write a letter  to- the Institute, explaining-  why it could not be, replaced  on that site... ;  The presence of the fire  Hydrant at that point necessitates ready access, and the full  road width precludes (he use  of the space. . ,..:     :        ~  _...   . . ������   ..--I���.,,.. ,   ..    i ,,  , , _-���   |   ..'..__,,     I.,.,..,,.���  _.____w  Fine and Costs  For National  Food Supplies  Charged with Soliciting a__d  makin or  Sales  in  the  Village*  of' GibsonRi witlfbut having obtained a business license,. Boss;  Hortoh  of the  National F��oc��  Supplies   was  arraigned* im '��  masristrates   court  in   Gibsons  on Wednesday, January 28th-  The  plaintiff,   pleading   ignorance   of   the   Village   By-  Laws,   pleaded   guilty  to   the  eharsre.   and   was   assessed   &  fine^of  Twenty   DoEariv   audi  costs.  R. Burns. Clerk of the Commission, acting as Licenfcte Inspector was the witnesfc. for the?  prosecution.  The Board of Commissioner^  had decided the cas���� sTiouM ,  be taken to court in defense  of its regulations- and for the'  protection of local tradesmarir  and businessmen who operate  in the community, with their"  business capital invested 112  it. and who pav their licenses;.  and whose busiiTcscs shonl<f  be protected from itinerant  salespeople, and outbade i'irrns  without local licenses. ''Tir-T' HIT1 - -~-i i rti-  "_-��� The Coast News    Thursday Jaiwary  29, 1953  (Established 1945)  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.  'tori  ilonatd  1 Bird in the Hand  Over a period of time, -the Coast News has reeeived^corres-  gsond��_ice, which has been published in the Reader's Right col-  sj_ins, to the effect that the young people of this area have been  smafole to obtain employment locally, and have had to move to  Vancouver and elsewhere to earn a living-  A great deal cf this is true, and some of it is necessary and  natural. However, much of it need not be true, -necessary or  :__ai-iira_- Local enterprises and businesses could employ more local  workers���if. The local general stores would need more clerks,  '^book-keepers and helpers*���if- Local lumber dealers would need  xnore employees in.their yards and shops���-if. Local tinsmithi��g  and p-l_unbin$ electric wiring, and allied service^ could use more  -employees���if- and so on, ad infinitum.  The big IP is���if there were more local business!  Local businesses would naturally be increased if there were  saore local buying, more local tradesmen and craftsmen given  work locally, if there were more local buying, more local money  s^nt at home. ;. ���.;���������'��� i���-.'���;,..:   ���  7 '.This has been one of tlie problems of the-Sechelt Peninsula  rfor years, and which���of late years at least���need not exist at all.  The money which is spent away from home means that the  local payrolls are leaving the area just a# effectively as if the  teeipients were living elsewhere and simply working and draw-.  Jong pay from the Peninsula.  Should the local merchants follow suit? Should all the local  tradesmenand,craftsmen inove away to go to the spots where-the,.  money is being spent? To us, that would be unthinkable, but itv  jba thing which hais happened elsewhere.  Now rt;|nay��� belaid���why should-we contribute more; than  we 43a,.to th^ibcat.mefchant, plumber, druggist, etc ? We are not  set doing. We do increaso their business. They employ more help,/  _ss well-as of themselves spending more in the area for goods and  services they require. The wages they pfly to their employees  would also be spent in the area, thus continuing to increase the  ixasinesfe, build more homes, employ more artisai s, teachers/ etc.  More local young people could then find among these- added jobs  jfclras created, employments for a goodly number of themselves.  St follows*���we would then have fewer letters of complaint  .about the: employment of young people in the area! We do"-riot  'Object to the letters, we do object to tlie condition^ that cause  vftheni to be. \,  The income, in total, of this Peninsula, is not small. It is all  *&<m evident, to even the casual observer, however, that the  aaEaount of the income that is spent on it in comparison witlf the  ^�����sumer-goods that are used on it is out of; all proportion. Let  -iito give the matter serious consideration, in "order to provide the  ^lability and prosperity that we so greatly need.  eader's Right  T?ON CONCERT  Editor, The Coast News,  :&)E: ���  Out village, in keeping with  ,t��ost other places, has its mix-"  tare of minds? those who care,  those who don't, and those who  take things for. granted. We  jhave a number of organization/?  mhose motto is Service.  It would be well if the indifferently minded took occasion  ���to examine the work done by  !foe membership of these service  groups. The generating E.pirit  is pretty well described-in the  -sris'e saying "It is more bles&ed  #o give than to receive".  Working from the premise  -that the many can help the  -Hejw, wie are canvassed from  Hfcae to time to- support- the  fend raiding functions spon-  iSoriRd by these groups. Among  these groups is the. V-O.N., and  here let me thank you Mr-  Editor, for giving publicity to  the work of-,this! order.  On February 27th, in th)a  new High School Auditorium,  the , Peninsula ChoralieiiSi are  putting on a concert to help  the V;0-N- in its work. You  pay for- your program at the.  door, and in return wilj receive  value for your money.  The Choraliers, under thi?;  able direction of Mr- Harry  Roberts, are diligently preparing for the event. The Choristers gather from wide distances  to attend practice, (ribbons has  its little group going along  each week-  A full house will ensure the  best the artists can provide,  as well as.boofstt a worthy cause.  <Mark the date on your calender, and make every effort to  come along and fill the Hall.,  'Music Lover*���  oasuews nissay uostest tor  i  iMember B.C. Weekly Newspaper Advertising Bureau  SAMUEL NUTTER, Publisher  Published every Thursday at Gibsons, B.C.  &athorlzed 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.  f. Phone Gibsons"45W  gtes 6, Gibsons. ' ' British Columbia.  For Your  Cook Stove or Furnace  Reg. Godfrey,  Oil agent,  Phone Grantham 56  The Coast News again publishes an e*eay contest,-this time  in two groups, and with one subject to- each group. For students  of sixteen years a-icl over, who are students -in any school of the  Sechelt School District No. 46, we present the following topic:  "The; English Language, itis ��� -   Origins and Oddities".  We realize that this is a  large subject, and one in which  there is plenty of scope for  . research. Therefore, we are  allowing a full, six weeks time,  until. March 14th, until the  essays, should be ill the Coast  News Office.  There: is no objection whatever to" students u^ing books  of reference, text books1, or  any other material to aid them,  and there* is no objection to a  student seeking help from any  person, who will help. '  Kule��: '  . 1  Essays must be typewritten;  2 Essays mueit reach the Coast  News not later than March 14,  at noon.  3 Regardless of the source of  the material, or the help obtained, the e��|Say jtself must  be compiled and composed by  the entrant. Where ever possible, source material, authorities,  etc., should be credited-  4   The estpy should not exceed  3000 words in length.  A   eouimittee   composed   of "  Mrs.   E-  K.e.'n da 11,   Mr.   Les  Peterson, and Mr.  A-S. True-  man  wall act a�� judges  stud!  their aecisions will be final.  SboUldfthere bo insufficient  entries to make1 a contest- or  should tlie top erj&ay in. their  judgement be -unworthy of a  reasonable' consideration for  top; ���aAvard :��� (this latter , hardly,  likely to occur) f adjustments  may be^hiade in making.the".  "'awffij!_r'^ ���''".'���'   ������-'.���'  : Aiil/^essayi?/ - will become the  property* of&the- Coast  News-  FllsS KR1ZE-   $15, second  ���prize^l^   ^ftfe*v:  Tlie. ^cono^group, studentts  from thirteen to sixteen years,  students of jSecheilt School District _NTp- 4^y will have W their  topic :���"Industries on the Peninsula, , Needs; and Possibilities''  This. weV realize,, is truly a  large subject. It has been suggested that it is too advanced,  but it is our belief that stu-  d ents h ere, an d ehe wh ere;  know hp'w?4b find material-and  how to present it in good form-  As in the senior competition,  we do not object to the student  getting all the -,help available  in consulting whomever they  wish on the matter. The esfray  must, however, be the student's  own. ���; -.:���-���-  Rules as for the Senior competition    apply,    except    that  jjources  of material need  not.  be quoted unless desired.  Awards for this esfcay: First  Prize, $10, Secondy $5.  B. W. M. BONE  " Chartered   Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  VANCOUVER 1, BO.  ��� TAtlow  1954  ���  SOCRED MEETING  Editor, The Coast News,   " ,  ������-gir.:���.  The" Social   Credit  speakers  at the recent meeting did not  rate the I.Q- of their audience  very    high.    Regarding    Mr.  Purdue's remarks about Venezuela; being  d e b t  f r e e. he  should have added they have,  liad   more  bloody   revelutionsi  tha-i1 any other^^r South American state   and   that   although  they have no  debt, prices' of  commodities   are _Sao   percent  higher  than, New   York   city-  Quoting a well knjowh commentator, ''The  country "must  import  such staples, as beans- ���  p01atoes   and' even   rice���   The  AmdindiS  who   depend   lnostly"  on coffee and need subsidies to1  live; th''re? Iiancros (the plains-  maii)    have  "neglected    what  should be their prime industry,  cattle.   Oil   has   greaised   the  shute.   Yet   the   bulk'; of   the  people  ;?tuffer, definitely  from  malnutrition'- Some .are literaly  starving- There is oil, yes. But  you can't eat oil or drink it."  It would be well for politi-  cos of the Murphy and Purdue  stamp to remember that a subject presented as a half truth  generallv hp-ekfire,^ One: thing  more: Mr. Murphy's repeated  suggestions   afs to  the intel'lir-  gence of the audience were not.  entirely    without    foundation-  That's    what    this    writer  thought anyhow.     ---   .  'Dubious Daai  Good news for those who long for relief  from rheunlatic pain, but feel hopeless I  Thousands get speedy relief from rheumatic and arthritic suffering by using  T-R-C's. Don't let dull; wearisome aches,,  and��sharp stabbing pains ^handicap you  any longer. Try T_mDleton's T-RiC's  today. Only 65c. $1.35 at^druggists; T-344-  CAL GEOa<Cl_ ~  Twice a day Cal spins the brightly.colored  barrels and /selects letters looking for a  (winner to the current 'WX CASINO  riddle. Trj? for the big cash prizes offered  on   the   program   that   has   already  paid  out over $13,000 to lucky 'WX listeners.  ,; y  Dial 980 J^Aonday thru Friday  at 9:05' a.m, and 3:40 p.m.  FIRST WITH THE NEWS'  ^555?  nsL%  An Invitation:  c^l/yi, ana <dVyis,. ySaitLs, LrzuLtz all tru  \j%i��,na6, to ckl��,u%ahE,*vjlhn inzm  LJhsiz J^Lanioria  ^Wsuaina czfynnitjzxia'iu  ah a Social ^Osnina in  zg  tL  -iJzqLon. c^rdll, ^fi\j6.ori��,   \3~zu. 6tk at 8ji.rii.  KOLTERMAN  SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  Rough & Planed Lumber  Phone  Halfmoon   Bay   7Z  FOR THE VERY  FINEST  HABDWME  CHINA^^ and DRYGOODS  oroceries ��� DRtras  FISHING SUPPLIES    \  HOME ESSENTIALS  URDOCH'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  ���"   v.  (1  i I  R-IS  This advertisement is not published or disp.ayed oy the Liquor Control  Board or by the Government of British Columbia y  Sechelt  Hook & Ladder  W'e H u man s are funny.  Every night we open our newspaper a; d read that one or  more houses have been totally  destroyed by fire, usually with  loss of lives'. But do we "ever  consider that our own home  might be next.  *   Do you.know that in a ten  year period, 392 persons died  -in   fires   in  British   Columbia.  In "1951  the ;;Fire  Marshall's  Report shows, that forty ldne  persons     including     cj.ghteen  children died through fire-  In  the   majority   of   deaths  by  fire' in, British  Columbia  during   1951'   the   ugly   word  ignorance looms as the fundamental reason for carelessness  and ; resulting   inquests.    The  eauseijj of. the fires, them/selves  ate ;the things that have been  known   to   be   hazardous   for  years,  such . as, /children .with  matchejvcioth.es too near ^tove,  "defect^e stoves and stovepipes,  defective  wiri.rg, gasoline and  kerosene   careile^jsne^s .. (cleaning purposes and.lighting fire),  smokers  carelesoC" es;?L  It is much   easier   and  less  This Pldtjf teh  ��� By SANI)Y LQAM ���  TREES ANI)  SHRUBS  . This open" winter allows  -trees, shi'ubs and small fruits  to be movedr or planted at any  time iiow.>*Sq-1 should be en-  iriched,; of course, but' don't  put fertilizers around the; roots  of your young fruit trees. This  encourages a rapid, sappy  growth, and the trees suffer  and often succomb. Feed the  natural way, from the surface.  "WieY spent 'some hours with a  Valley nurseryman this last  month. Dwarf fruit trees, are  selling well, but he encourages  buyers with large lots or small  a'creage fo put in a few standard trjees. He claims that in  fiye. to ten. years the bigger  tree, will produce more fruit  than half a dozen dwarfs, but  accepted my point; if you have  room for a, lilac bush, you. have  roani fdr a' dwarf fruit tree, c,;'.  His  favorite  pear  is  Beure  Bosc, with Bar tie tt and Beurre  D'Arijoii following closely. He  was . enthusiastic . about   coin-  bin atiori trie.es also; claim they .  were ideal ..-as an accent point,  besidea.lawn, and would quickly  repay   their  cost,   and  the  three to Ni-ive  varieties  added  much interest, to the tree.  ..   He found Washington raspberries '-���-'���outselling   af)l   others,  with occasional' calls' for Cuth-  bert and Lloyd George, which  he thinks have, the best flavor  of them. all.  \  t> ..-���  Potatoes  Lethbridge Dry belt  per 100 lb Sack  Galled for     $4.75  Delivered        5.00  / Ridge way  Phone 68S4 ��� Gibsons  The Coast News  Thursday January  29,  3  1953  i)und'-up  by Madge Newman  - Dr. H- McColl, Miss B.  Fachin PHN and Miss I- Angus,  VON ��� were guest speakers a.t  the regular P-TA meeting  Tuesday. Dr- Mc-Coll's taJlk  was of interest to all parents  of young children while the  nurses outlined their working  procieduros, Mir;1? Angus also  giving a brief history of the  VON service.  The meeting decided to send  a delegate to the Spring convention-  Also   in   the   Spring,  Margaret   Mclntyre  will  Miss  pre-  costly to prevent a fire  than  to fight one-  Help   your   Volunteer   Fire  Brigade.  BE  CAREFUL  sent her pupils in recital a.t  one of the regular meetings-  Prizewinners at the Whist  Drive held in the Legion Hall  Friday were: Ladies',, first  and consolation, Mrs. Mills  and Mrs. P- Long- Men's;, Mr.  F. Barnes and Mr. D- Walker-  (The affair was sponsored by  the Improvement Association.  There ;were. rumours going  about that we were about to  enjoy a musical evening supplied by the local String Orchestra , and tlie Powell River  Girls' Choir- Here it is nipped  in the bud- The Choir can't get  here at the present time.  A pleasant evening was held  at the Masonic Hall Thursday  when, after the regular meeting, the Ea;*ftern Star members  indulged in a party celebrating  the fourth year'.of: the life.'of  Mt.  Elphinstone  Chapter   65.  I"1""" "":&  STOCK CLEARANCE SPECIAL:  3 and 4-ply Knitting Wools:    pter oz   25#  See Further Specials On Our  Ail  itf_  ���99  Phone 43  Sechelt  Residents of Roberts Creek, Wilson Creek, Davis Bay anfl Sechelt  Effective January 30th,-  until further notice, OUR DRIVER WH-L PICK UP AND  DELIVER ON  FRIDAYS,  ONLY.  This step is necessary, due to impossible Road Conditions  Your co-operation and understanding will be greatly appreciate-L  PENINSULA   CLEANERS  *���  It was a worrying time . . . when  it should have been a happy one.  The stork^was %irig our way, but  we didn't have the money needed to  welcome our new baby. After going  over our finances for the- umpteenth  time, we decided there was nothing  for it but to cash our bonds. There  had been too many 'surprise' expenses.'  Luckily for us, our Bof M manager  had other ideas. "Here's a real chance for you-to  saye^ and you're missing it," he smiled.  "Save? At a time like this?" we nearly shouted.  "It's hot as hard as you think," he said, ".. . quite  a few of my customers do it.  "First, you have to plan'yourself a budget..-. You  need a road map, if you're to know where,you're  going with your mbney. Here's a little booklet called  "Personal Planning'. Read it carefully. It shows you  how to work out your own way of getting ahead,  financially���and how to'saye regularly from now on."  "But how can we save in our present pickle?"  I asked him..  "Borrow against your bonds," he said. "You've  got a steady job. After all, if you cash your bonds  now, you'll have tlie money you need, but you won't  have any savings left. If you use your* bonds to  borrow, you get them back by paying off your loan  instalments. In other words, you're saving your  savings. This is one of the times when borrowing  is really saving."  Our story has a happy ending, because our financial  worries went out of the window before the stork  flew in. Yes, our baby had a  happy welcome. We paid  back the loan. Now, we still  have our bonds, we're living  on a budget suited to our  needs and aims, AND we're  saving regularly.  Saving is the only way to move ahead of your worries, and stay ahead. And-���  sometimes ��� borrowing at the Bof M is the best'way to save. Find out how to save,,  despite today's high prices. Ask for your copy of "Personal Planning" at your  neighborhood B of M branch. It's yours for the asking.  Bankl of Montreal  gonadal *2fo4t Saw&  Gibsons Branch: THOMAS LARSON, Manager.  Sechelt (Sub-agency); Open Tuesday and Thursday  WORKING     W.I T H .   C A 1TA D I A.N-S      IN      EVERY  A L K     OF     LIFE     S I N C E      1  1*7'  D177_ The Coast News    Thursday January  29, 1953  iDsonews  by W.M- New  The Boy Scout movement  ���at Gibsons took another step  forward this week. A meeting  was helJd kti the village on Monday Jan- 26th, at th>e home of  Mrs. Dawson. It was addressed  bv Mr. Watson, Scout Com-  missao_w?r from Vancouver-  Present were representatives  from the Kinsmen^ from a  Group of Mothers interested  in Wolf Cub s, and other  friends. A group from the Kin-  men will support and sponsor  the boys, ia,nd the Women's  group will back them up in  every way they  can.. A small  group  of Wolf. Cubs-will  be  formed  first,  others may join  later, and eventually it is  hoped  that  there   will   be   a  Scout Compamy.  __ Children    and    Grown    up  friends  are  glad  to  see  Miss  Fellows in  Gibsons again- She  is   visit-iig   her   mother,   Mrs.  Ross. Smith, this month.  Readers of the Coast News  both at home and away are  interested in what their friends  are doing. So if you have anything suitable to report, please  let the writeh af this column  know about it-  ANGLICAN CHURCH  February 1st 1953  Thirds Sunday before Lent  23k Bartholomew's  Church  Gibsons  11.00 a.m. Choral  Communion.  11.00 a.m.  Sunday School  ��t. Hilda's Church ��� Sechelt  1.45 p.m. Evensong  1.45 p.m. Sunday School   *  St. Aldan's Church  Roberts Creek  52.00 p.m. Sunday School  3.15 p.m. Evensong  UNITED CHURCH      ���'--���  Gibsons:  D.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:  7.30 Friday Evenings  x-   All Welcome!  PENTECOSTAL  TABELNACLE  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,   J��riday, 7:30  Wilson Creek -  2  p.m.  Sunday  School  Evangelistic   Service  Sunday 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday 7:30 p.m.  Young   People's,  Friday,  7:30  p.m.  Roberts Creek  Service   Monday,  7 ;30  p.m.  St. VINCENT'S MISSIONS^  February 1st 1953   -  St. Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 11 a.m..  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  9 a.m.  February 8, 1953  St. Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 9 a.m.  Holy Family��� Sechelt  11a.m.  by Sally Ann  Mr. and *Mrs. Joe Jeffries  have recently moved a house  from Egmont to Porpoise Bay.  They have taken it to their lot  - on the Porpoise Bay Road,-and  plan to en Jar ge and a Iter it  before moving in.   :   ���'.������'-  Speaking  of hard  working  neighbors,   Smith  rand   Finch  deserve   the   laurels' for   the  amount  they  h.a,ve  accompliis-  ed in the relatively, short time  theyi have--been- here;   Their  gardens    are   well-known    in  this area^foi^ the lovely flowers  and rockeries, a blaze of color  from spring until f-a.ll. At present they are busy clearing the  back  of their lot,  and I  am  certain that, when completed,  it will look like a park.  The Holroyds, WEiions, and  NeWcombes aire  also  engaged  in  cje&riaxg  amd  beautifying  their ^grounds.'���.'.'v;.j.'.__,-:.�����--;������'" "���'  Within The Municipality of Gibsons  It is intended that the prbyisionis of the STREET  and.TRAFFIC BY-LAW, No. 95, shall be  STR2CTLY ENFORCED.  Persons wishing to familiari_:e themselves with tivfe  "provisions of this By-Law may examine same at  the Municipal Office. ^  \ :   ," .        ��� ..:-������     R, BURNS; .-  ^IT^^-^'y1 ���������''������:������-oi^m^^-  V  The Coast News  FOB SALE  THIS.  NEWSPAPER  FULL  Ohestfer��._ld and 2 chairs $65.00  Combination Radio, record player  r~$75.O0~ Bhcyclopedia Brittanica  1946��� .editioiv. $100.00. Washing Ma-  chine $50.00; Hoover $35.00^ Double  bed mattress $25:00. Dresser $15-00  Apply-Mrs. Rimes Gibsons B.C.  m**,m "   'i       i       '" ������*������   ii ���  i -�������� i ii ���_,    nm  EARL'S  BLACKSMITH  SHOP,  ���  fully equipped. Apply Earl Bingley,  Furnished Cabins by day week or  month. Rit's Motel; Bay Ar��a,  Gibsons.     \ tfn  WORK" WANTED  IF  Gibsons, B:C.  tfn  2 MAGAZINES FROM  GROUP B    :  $3-25  OFFER No. 2  3 MAGAZINES FROM  GROUP B  $3-75  OFFER No. 3  1 MAGAZINE FROM GROUP A  2 MAGAZINES FROM GROUP B  $4-75  OFFER No. 4  _^_____^________n__^__H__^__^__^__H_^_M^_^_l_B_B_l  4 MAGAZINES FROM  GROUP B  $4-25  Madeira Park, Pender Harbour,  near School and. Bus/ 3 room well-  built house,, gyprock finish, and  shed. Approximately half acre, qn  Southern .Slope, terraced for garden. ^Taxes $4.(ftfXreasonab_y priced  for cash. Write 'or contact Mrs. J.  Gumming, Gunboat Bay, ��� Pender  Harbour.        - .    5  Spray and Brush* 'Parting;; also  paper hanging; J; Melhus. Phone  Gibsons 33. tfn  Dave Gregersbh ,���; Licenced Elec.  triciah; Madeira Par^. Pender Harbour. Phone 11 H" tfn  WATCH REPAIR --All types of  watches and jewelry* repaired. Re_  liable, fast, efficient. Union General  Store, Sechelt. > tfn  FOUND  s*~-  Fbimd; flO 'foot rowbo^/ without  oars.;Owner if any. Apply. Standard  Station. No.3, Gibsons, B.C.  Rough  and  Planed Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  K0LTERMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  Marie an "X" before magazines desired and enclose list with order. .  GROUP A  ��� Red book  Magazine   .  I  Yr.  ��� Coronet  I  Yr.  ��� Chatelaine  2 Yrs.  ��� Magazine   Digest  I  Yr.  ��� McCaH's  Magazine    I  Yr.  ��� True Story  I   Yr.  ��� Canadian Homes & Gardens  I  Yr.  ��� Popular Science  I  Yr.  Q Sports  Afield  I  Yr.  D Photoplay      |  Yr.  Q  Modern   Screen  |  Yr.  n Parents'  Magazine  I  Yr.  GROUP B:  ���  Maclean's Magazine (12 issues)?*._____  6 Mos.  ��� Canadian Home Journal ______  1  Yr.  ��� New Liberty _   t Yr.  ��� Family Herald & Weekly Star   _______  1  Yr.  ��� Free Press Weekly Prairie Farmer ��� _"  1  Yr.  ��� Country  Guide -: .--  2 Yrs.  ��� Western  Producer _____  1  Yr.  ��� Health (6 issues) ____  1 Yr.  ��� Saskatchewan Farmer _���_i  2 Yrs.  ��� Western Farm Leader .___���'.  1  Yr.  ��� Canada   Poultryman    i__ __  2 Yrs.  ��� True   Experiences   .���. J_ ___  1 Yr.  -10 Acre Farm, small-; home,   barm,  ���etc., cleared, fruit trees, water, and  lights. Bargain on terms.  Totem   Realty,  Gibsons,  B.C.,  Alder  wood,   $10.5(V per  cord; JPir  wood  $11.50  per  cord,  delivered.  E.  McCartney^. R.R.   1.,  Gibsons,  Phone 67 H * tfn  Pick-up Truck % ton International  1941 model. New canopy. For quick  sale $425   Gibsons 107M. 4  ^ORE R-At BUYS  %  Any Magazine Listed Below And This  Newspaper, Both For The Price Shown I  Mark an "X" before magazines desired and enclos��'jist.with order  ��� Screen Stories ���_��� _______^2|L__;__ $3.25  ��� U.S. Camera Magazine _____^__iJ2_ii___ 4.10  ��� Inside   Detective __T^_1_____��_;____. 3.35  ��� Cosmopolitan   Magazine ���__ "|'i_____ 4.10  ���'Woman's Home Companion ______ _' 3.85  ��� Christian Herald _______J______I_  4.10  _ D McCaH's Magazine  3.40  D Flower Grower 3.75 n True  Story  __ _____'_; ;__  3.25  n Redbook Magazine 3.90 Q Parents'   Magazine     ���.  3.60  Q Collier's" Weekly 5.60 ��� American Girl ____  3.95  ��� Humpty Dumpty's Magazine _______ 3.75 ��� Open Road for Boys _"__ ���.  4.10  Q Outdoor Life '. 3.75 ��� Children's   Digest .___;  3.60  NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINES I YEAR, UNLESS TERM SHOWN  r  D Saturda-y Night (Weekly) ���_:$4.60  ��� 'Maclean's Magazine (24 issues) ������__;������-- 3.60  ��� American   Magazine _. 4.10  ��� Chatelaine   2.90  ��� Everybody's Digest - 3.90  Qj-Hunting & Fishing in Canada ; 3.60  ��� Child Life 3.95  Good Wood and Sawdust, old growth  Fir and Millwood, dry Fir Sawdust.  Phone Gibsons 84W ��� or see Joe  Rushton,   Roberts   Creek. tfn  Punished  home,  two bedrooms.   3  piece bath. Nice view. In-.Gibsons.  Full price $4500 on terms."  Totem   Realty,  Gibsons,  B.C.  FOR  RENT ^/  FbUND���Biggest Vitamin bargain  in Histpa-y. PLENAMINS, 8 Vitamins, with Liver and Iron. $8.00  value for $6.00, which means that  you get 50 capsules absolutely free.  We recommend them strongly for  all tits f amily. LANG>S DRTJG  STORES Ltd. Gibsons and Sechelt  CARD of THANKS  The   Mothers'   Auxiliary   to ��� ,Cubs  thank   the    following- merchants,  who kindly donated^ to^ their 3_mas  Hamper: Annes Coffee Bar, Mariner  Cafe,   Howe   Sound "Trying   Co.,  Men's Shop, Howe^ Sound/'5 and 10,.  Shell Oil,. Kumagen, Irene's Dress  Shopped   Ridgeway 'Coffee    Bar,)  Lang's. Drugs,   Elphinstone   Co-op,,  Sunset Hardware, McLean's Shoes,  Graysons,_ Midway,  Cibsons  5;   10  and .15,; Peninsuia  Second   Hand  Shop,    Gibsons    Bakery,    Hopkins  Landing Store, and Gibsons Freight  Lines! - ���'-*_;  CARD OP THAN^l  I   wish,   to   express   my   sincere ;    ;.".; \  \������ ���       thanks'  fend   ttppreciataon   to  my  Vacancies for winter months. Fully     many     friends,    neighbours    and  modern cabins with electric cooking-   organizations, who were so k^        '  and   heat.   Low   rates.   Phone ���  Ridgeway Motel, Gibsons 68L.  ���5  ALL OFFERS  ARE GUARANTEED  Please allow 4 to 8 Weeks for  First   Copies   of   Magazine   to  Arrive  I  CHECK MAGAZINES DESIRED AND ENCLOSE WITH COUPON  Gentlemen: i enclose $ '. ���. Please send hie the offer  checked, with a year's subscription to your newspaper.  Name   Street or R.R..  Post Office._.  ___2_g_a_2E__^_S____3B___3��E_5  _��5_____a_s__a  Comfortable  home,   3 -piece   bath,  "nice view, 3 blocks from the Post  Office. Will lease at $35 per month.  Also 4 other rentals.  Totem  Realty,  Gibsons, B.C.  At Hopkins. Six room house, large  living, room with fireplace, three  bedrooms, modern plumbing and  Pembroke Bath. $35. Phone West  Vancouver, 1407L1 or see Maclaren  1651 - 24th St. West Vancouver..  tfn  me during the illness and passing  of my dsaa* husband. Also 'for tfce  beautiful floral tributes,' and me_r  sages of sympathy.  Bertha  McKay.  Selma Park.'���)*  "^-������H  In Gibsons, two room cottage, with  new oil range. $18 per month. For  four mc-iths only.  Phone Gibsons 42 5  NOTICE  A COURT OF .^VISION to revise  and correct the ASSESSMENT  ROLL of the Corporation of the  Village^of .Gibsc-is Landing, for the  year 1953, will be held in the Murii:  cipal Hail, Gibsons, B.C., on the  ninth (9th) day of February, 1953,  at Ten (10) o'clock in the forenoon.  ROBERT BURNS  Clerk. v  .-/% ��� Gibsons Briefs  by F.B.  At last .a, Monday to get the  clothes .dry!  Glad to see the* wonderful  support the parents gave the  School Sports. They turned  out in numbers, to see the Basketball games on Saturday  night. The School .Reporters  have given/-the details- Enough  here to sajy^the gsmes were  well worth seeing-���we should  go more often.    >    ,'���  Sorry to hear Reg Grodfrey  is* ill. "We wisih him a speedy  recovery- Mr. and Mrs. King,  Senior, both on the sick-list.  Glad to report Mrs. Stewart  Sr��� one of our old-timers, is  up and around again.  Mr. aod Mrs. Claye Chamber-  iiri were up for a few days,  gathering up their furniture  etc., and -left Wedaifcsday to -  take up. re si dene e in Vancouver.   ���������  Twenty-six Gibs^onites joined forces and boarded the  ferry on Saturday to go to see  the Ice Cycle?|.. Prom all reports, they enjoyed thtejinselves.  The ear that left the high-..  way on Saturclay night didn't  improve its  appearance  after  It went oyer> that large  rock  ��nProsit   of  the   GrOYernment  .Slie"jdS��;r::���>     ������:^'.:;;;'1i>jl;      ' -.���X^v..;;-:  SJLMA JAM  *���_���wmmmmamammmmmmm__*���������_mm���_���������_���������������_��������  Regretfully we report the-  illness of xmr ��� Selinar^Pfirk Correspondent, Mrs. Dee. She fa  at present in; hospital in Vancouver.; Ah operation we have;  been informed. Hope to see her  back on the; job very sooon.  '  The Elphinitone Branch VON  executive, niet at Selma, at  Mrs. Newman's> on TMpnday,  Jans, 26thr The next Board���'"  Meeting will be on Feb. 9th,  in Selma Gommuhity Hall.  The annual  Geeral Meeting"  will be held, oh Mfiiich^lOth^at.  tlie ^Comhiu'hity' Ekdl, ^Sielma^  ?    Mr.   Harry   Batchelor,   too,  we hearvJs off to;Hospital.  Mrs. Rogers is how home  after her - hurried ^trip via  speedboat .to Hospital. Mrsi.  Sid MaeKay is back, too, but  we ai^ sorry to say Mrs. Golson  has not been able to return yet.  SEMI GLOSS  enamel  A colourful, velvety  Bnish for,walls and  woodwork. Easily applied, easily cleaned,  long-wearing.' 10  fresh pastel colours  and white.  v*_*  Sensational New  Finishes & Co  Choose from Our  Lf rge Stotk Of  Paint & larnish  iOv        LlUa  Telepkone Gibsons 53  Halfmoon  Beams  By P. Cormack  ��e are pleased to note that  the new float at Halfmoon Bay  wharf is now completed, a  great boon to owners of small  craft. ' -        -  -x Grus and Verda! Schneider  have returned to take up residence at the 'Bay' after an  absence.of a few moths- Visitors at the IPete Menses recently  have freeh their ejon Jerry, Mr.  and Mrs. Gordon Mitchell and  son, of Boston Barr"  The next meeting of the VON  Branch will be held at the home  of Mrs- W. Kolterman on Tuesday, Feb. 3rd, at 8:00 p.m.  The Sutherland property at  Hydaway changed hands, the  new owners being Dr- and Mnsi.  A., Bates, of Illinois. Mr- and  Mrs.. Bon., Mki.cDonald of New  Westminster were the weekend  visitors at their summer cottage at Redroofs-  Mr. R. Menzes of Vancouver  is up to do a littleiwork on his  home at Welcome Beach, recently purchased from K. Rose-  boom. Mrs. W. Meikle ^attended  a VON Board meeting in Van- >  The Coast News 5  Thursday January 29, 1953  couver on Monday.  We are grateful for some  temporary measures taken by  the Road Crew to alleviate the  difficulty .of negotiating a low  fcTpot on the Redroofs-Welcome  Beach .road. This has been  almost impassable this winter  owing to the depth of water  covering it. We hopet ais soon  as the weather permits, that  work ,of a permanent * nature  will be undertaken to prevent  a recurrence of this dangerous  situation. .-//���  ~ The* Rabbitt-Hatley Mill is  in fuU (swing again/, keeping  thje Ny^aard brothers busy  supplying it withv logs.  The thrill of ;a;li|etiane was  Aif Young7s of Welcome Beach  one evening last week. During  a crib, game ? with Bill Meikle,  he was dealt a 'f29V hand.  January 31, ��� Gibsons, at 2:30  p.m. Annual meeting the Canadian  Red Cross,, West Howe Sound  Branch at the United Church Hall.  AH are urged to attend,  January 31��� Gibsons Kinsmen's  Dance.   Benny   Stone's   Orchestra.  February 2 ��� Gibsons at Mrs. A.  E. Ritcheys, 8, pm. regular meeting local association Girl Guides  and Brownies. Please be there.  February 2 ���- Gibsons 8 pan.  at Institute Hall, regular meeting  Howe Sound Fawners^ Institute,  good news, Mr. A.H. Pepper will be  the guest speaker.  -OLD CHIEF TOTEM sagely remarks, "no fish, right gear, right  bait, right place, no catch fish".  The old,chief has something there,  its just possible that if you do -tot  list your property with Totem for  sale���maybe long time no sale.  February 3 ��� Gihsoais at home  of Mrs. W. Haley at 2 pjn., wi.  executive meeting.  February 7 ��� Gibsons,. 8 pin.,  at School HaU, big PTA whist drive  ���prizes. \ ��� '       '"'''.-  February 10 ��� Gibsons at Granny  MacEwans on North Road, the W.  I. whist drive at 2 pjn#  February   13 ��� Gibsons, 2  pjn.  at United  Church  Hall,  St.   Bartholomews   W.A..,   St    Valentines  tea and home cooking.  February 14 ��� Gibsons School  Hall. Gibson's Badminton Club  super duper hard times dance, fun  and prizes for all���only 75  cents.  Ftehruary 14 ��� Roberts Creek at  the big hall. The PTA Hard Times  Daaice, good music by the Rhythm  Pals, Mike, Maxk and Jack.  Februajry   27  ���   Gibsons,   High  School Auditorium  at 8" p__i.  ftio  Pe__insuia    Choraliers.    You    w_H~  really   enjoy   this   program   very  much,  March 6,��� Roberts Creek. Com-  niunity Hall. "Annual- Concert  fcjp  the Roberts Creek String- Orchestra  April 4 ��� Gibsons Board of Tradi "  Big Easfcer Dance.  Bay Area, good cottage, on two  lovfely view lots. No lulls, only $3?6$  on terms.  TOTEM   REALTY  '���W  ��� Through 20 years the Ford organiza*  tion has built more V-8's than all other  manufacturerscombined.  ��� More and more manufacturers are  swinging to V-8 Engines.  - ���***.' '     -  ��� More thafi 13,000,000 Ford-built Y-S  Engines have been owner-proved,  ��� The finest cars built in North America  are V-3 powered, because there is noth  ing finer.  all FORD Or CANADA  products offer you  power  SP-53-4-H ���*  6 The Coast News  Thursday' Jauuary  29,  1953  By students of' Elphinstone Junior-Senior High School  Elections  Editor in Chief: Celia Flumerfelt  Social News Editor: Vera Bursey  News Editor: Donna Bingley  Sports Editor:  B.J. Woods  The Sports Beat As I See It  Things didn't go off-so well  for. Mphinsfone's two senior  basketball team?, last Saturday  night- Both the Boys and girls  teams went down to defeat at  the. hands of more experienced  John Oliver teams before more  than two hundred enthusiastic  fans who jahimed the Elphinstone Gym-  The local boys put up a fair  fight or should 1 say Bob  Nygreii put up a-fight. Bobby  "racked up twenty points: rdx  foul shots and s e v en field  goals.. Nygren was good on  defe;n.ce a-s W-ell a's offence- He  stopped countless .Jayo drives,  picking up a: possible twenty-  four foul shots and only causing three h imse 1 f- ' Dick  Beichelt made six points.  Jayo's top scorer was Clive  Hughes, who sunk nine points,  whale 6'6" ' Everatt Ewart  closely followed his teammate  with eight points.  We  held  the  opposition   to  .Vefelow score with our zone d?-  V fence and. close-checking; but  ��� -paid   too   much.-,attention "to  defence aiidiot, enough to offensive  play,   with   the  result  that we "''ended up on the short  end of a 36���29 score.  - It was satisfying to see such  a large turnout of people���the  largest crowd  to see a single  sports event in the gymnasium-  We would like to spe you out  in  full  strength  for the   rest  of our home games, too.  We   go   to   Squamish   next  Friday;:: theii    Woodfibre    is :  coming down  here  on  February   14th "and   the   Duke   of  Con: aught on February 20th.  The Dukes are B.C's. top team  ���the High School Champions-.  The Elphinstone.Senior Girls  team  was   sorely   defeated in  their game against John Oliver  High   School. The home team  managed to hold Jayo during  the first quarter to a score of  7���8 for Jayo. After that, the  more experienced team forged  ahead, >:poring at will. The re-  sultii.g  score  was  50���19  for  John Oliver. Elphinstone's bail  handling, checking and shooting   left  much  to  be  desired-  Top   siebi-ers   for   Eilph in stone  were Karen Stockwell, Norma  Turner  and  Celia   Flumerfelt,  all    with   four   points    each.  Jayo's top scorer was Claiidette  Jolly who sunk fourteen ponts.  She wa>i followed by Pat Goodwin, who sunk tVelve points.  Roy Duncan  \  by Eric Lindwall  CAMPAIGN SPEECHES  The elections for the new  Students ��ouncil officers were  held on the 23rd of this month-  Campaign .speeches were made  en. the 21st by the two candidates    for    prtesideiit,     John  School Briefs  Approximately eighty per-,  cent of the students-voted for  the secoixl term officers of the  gtude-nt council, (with only six  spoiled ballots)- The new voluntary voting was a complete  succe.^1 Cfrass representatives  will be elected by their respective grades. " ,  We would like to express  our appreciation for the capacity crowd at the gym last Saturday, for the game. We will  try to show a game with the  score in our favor in the near  future-  In the last little while there,  have been a couple of casualties aroii! d the school. Stephen  Read, a Grade 8 student, broke  hi=i arm in a fight with the wall  of the gym several weeku ago.  Art Thompson came to school  today sporting a gash in hi>  forehead after contact with a  rock  while  bla^'ti g  a  stump.  ,-- ,1        ���  ���   _,   _ _i       i,  a aat.es     ior    -.prasiueru,     _-uxu.  ��� Well, seeing that they had a \   M   ^  ^d  Don   Head    Bev  little, election below the border    ^aue i ��� and"   Roy ' Duncan   for  and made such a fuss about  it, we may as well a dvertise  our own small effort a bit, too-  The seeondrterm elections  for the members of the student  council are; being held and, of  course, the campaign speeches  are the best part of any election- Before the speeches came  off,    excited    supporter    and  ��� managers clustered around the  man of their choice���building  the planks on their platform  and punctuating the,.ir plans  with enthusiastic shouts and  yells' of derision directed at  the opponents.  . The campaign speeches were,  for the- riiost part, calm and  dignified, (none of your mud-  ' slinging-and character  in   this   election)-   One  ruining  Campaign manager, Thompson by  name,,emphasised the fact that  "the knottiest plank, in his  (pkjtfornT was n'on-embezzlie-  ment and 'apparently to prove  the honesty of this statement,  a roostieT stalked across the  gym, bearing a small sign with  the words '"I like Mike'' .written on it���confusion reigned  until the. bird was removed,  (and the traces of his presence  removed",' too)!  Today, the boards are plastered with campaign^signs and  .several girls-';are>"hearing sign  . boards" supportin^v the man of  th/eir chaice.; :;^.i^  The voters^^rSgoing to the  "polls nowV:4!tKKJniay. the  best  man,  (or ;wpm^n),^in!  NEW YEAR BOOK; STAFF  Editor-\ Eric tind\^^iT.';Asst-  Editors; Sailly;3eid, ;:^f>rge  Wilcox- Sports Editors;. Celia  Flumerfelt, Roy Duncan.'\,Art  Staff; Jac Johnson, .ipdie Jack,  Art Thompson- Club Page:  Karen Stockw ell. Advertisin g  Managers; Ruth Tyson;''Mari--l:  lyn. Turner- Solicitors; Gibsons,  Oeorgje Willimson, Sechelt,  Karen Stockwell. Photographer; Ja'ck Cresswell- ."-''-,'^.  #_?^  -HARDWARE-  LTD,  Phone 33 Gibsons, B.C.  ''Your   Home-Owned   Hardware "���  Yes! Our Inventory  is Taken and NOW'S The  Chance for Bargains in  "CATSV& DOGS" '.'?��� -It ������  BIG;1^M-^LL  .i.��Kr-5 :. .^-  Look Them 0^ei  Commercial & Sport  FISHING GEAft  See Our Stock  s  Recordings By MANTOVANI  Sunset Hardware  D I El �� C T  vice-president; Arlene Hicks  said Ruth Brumbaugh ajid  Vera Manton for secretary;  Veraa. Rursey, Lila Parnham  Bjid Mike/Poole for treasurer-  Mike's speech went over well  with the help, of Art Thompson  and a rooster campaigning for  him-  Up "until now the voting has  been compulsory, but this year  a new idea has been tried with  everybody voting on their own  time..  After a very quiet election  in   September,  the been  competition this time  was a,, wel- ~  come, diversion-  -There- was a good turnout  '��� of students at the polls, and  the ''following- officers-were  elected: President, Don Head;  Vice-President, Bev Kane;  Secretary, Ruth ���" Brumbaugh;  Treasurer^ Lila Earn ham-  The   voting  was ������.:close?,  and  all  c a ii did a t e s ;vy.ere ; very  .worthy of"'the; position.. Congratulations to ail-.  Bowen Island  Two of Bowen Island's families' have recently moved away.  The Pillery family, who came  to the 'Island' a few months  ago, aad the Valleau family,  who have gone back to Duncan-  The Funeral ,pf the late John  Lister waj* held Janiiary-19th,  at the Hdllyuurn, Funeral.Home  in West Vancouver with the  Rev. W. Valentine officiating.  Mr. Lister, aged 67, parssed  awajy" at his . home on Bowen  Island on January',16th- -  He- is. survived by his wife,  two daughters; Mrs. Margorie  Dewar, at homeland Mrs. May  Da.view, ^ at Burnaby, three',  grandchildren, also a brother,  William Lister of Duncan B.C. -  Beverly Brand  Po>othy Anne  Davies  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  ALSO* Stock Reducing  On Regular Appliances and  Equipment Items  UYS  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  All Types of Accounting Problems  Expertly Attended  INCOME TAX A SPECIALTY  Doc&side   Service   to   Fishermen.  Box 10, The Coast News.  APPLIANCES?     !>   -  SUNSET HARDWAR1-  GIBSONS  .    Agents for  ��-~   RCA Victor  Records  . Columbia Records  Frigidaife Ranges and    ^.' ���  Refrigerators ���        ^  Beatty Pumps and  Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ~ Phone Gibsons 32  HARDWARE  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 ��� Gibsons B. C,  Builders' Hardware  " Paint ��� Plumbing  ��� Appliances ���  Complete Installation  Maintenance Service .  DELIVERIES  TO ALL POINTS  MACHINISTS  BLASTING    ;  BLASTING  ROCK, HARD-PAN, STUMPS, etc.  Also  Road Work  Fully Licensed and Insured in B.C.  JACK CAMPBELL  5308 Prince Edward St. Vancouver,  B.C., Phone FRaser  3831  BEER BOTTLER  Will  call  and  buy for  rash,  bee*  bottles, scrap Nmetal, etc.  ,  Calls  made   at  intervals   from  Hopkins to Irvine's Landing  R.H. STROSHEIN  - Wilson Creek.  GLEANERS       "~TJP-\  PENINSULA ctEANERS  ; Cleaners  for the  Sechelt  4     Peninsula.  ! ~ Phones ���'���  Gibsons 100 ��� Sechelt 45 J  ELECTRICAL WORK  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 Sechelt 24 or write  P.O. Box 28.  ���. r j , : _   -For the Finest  FUNERAL   FLOWERS  W.  Graham,  Gibsons, 60-  GIFT  STORE  '".���:;���",,: ;>.'jy,-v.��� : :  ;.  : i^eadquarters  for  Wool,  ��� - ��� "���?���'_�� v '������������     ������'������' .  /^Notions ��� Cards ��� Toys  , %^t  Miscellaneous  Gifts <   .  ;'SliBSONS 5-10-15 STORE  -������* ^i? -.���������'���'���������������  'Zgf Left of Post Office  Gibsons,; B. C.  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  .Precision  Machinists  Phone 54 ��� Res: 58  NOTARYPUBLIC  C. JOHN COLERIDGE  x: z        ���  Gibsons ���  Office 37  Res. 116 W  OIL BURNERS  C & S OIL BURNERS  ���-���       SAJCES  and  SERVICE  W.   Swain " D.  Currie  Ranges,   Furnaces,   Chimneys  Cleaned  used ranges for sale  AUTHORIZED KEMAC DEALERS  :    ���- Sechelt 74 ���  PLUMBING  Gibsons Kindergarten  Reopened January 5th 1953. Program suited to children starting  school .next September as well as  youngejr  children.  Phone Gibsons 64S4  MARSHALL^    PLUMBING,  "HEATING   and   SUPPLIES  .   .   .���������.,������      ��� \.   .-..   ���   .. ������..������.���  Phone Gibsons 64S, -,104, - or 33  Plumbing and- Electrical  ���   '.      ' Supplies   Fixtures  Service  SECHELT/ BUILDING  '.'"���'.     SUPPLIESS  "Sechelt, 15.C.  RADIO / "  RICHTER   RADIOS  Sechelt, B;C.  v, .".."������':-' - Phone;Sechelt 25 J V-  RADIO - APPLIANCE SERVICE  Speedy    Guaranteed    Work  New ^arid Used Radios  ROOFS REPAIRED  GUSispNS ROOFING  and  CHIMNEY CLEANING  Asphalt Roofing and Repairs  Phone Gibsons 44  SECHELT  CARTAGE  , mv;hemstreet  Sawdust ������.Wood ���Coal  We haiii anything, anywhere,  :   anytime  Phone Sechelt 97H       Sechelt, B.C.  SECOND HAND STORE  Hardware��� China  Tools -��� Furniture  Household Equipment  Magazine ��� Books  WE BUY __. TRADE��� SELL  PENINSULA SECOND  HAND STORE  Phone Gibsons 99  For Best Results  Use The Coast News Classified ���Hiiiirfffgn.rBrn    , , T .,,   " 1 '     ,.     . ~~,     ., .   ���. .    .... t . ,    ..    -,,��� ',  n,, nmV^i i T7iiiiii-Ri��-iiik'^jiHii��  ""_" "" ' ' ' ..v,v.vv.-.--...v.v..v.v....,..v.v.//.v.....,.,>J ���i.���.J..JJ>-j.,.,.-/,......y.v..,..v,���������..���.,...���������[-..[)..^..,.|- ������ a.J.,.^..��i.:;-.fli^....,_:^��xr;::<iit.>rp~^  ���.,'���  ������������            -             ���������           .-������-:���   ���     :          ,  ������ .Don't-Forget ���: ��� ..'���:.  ^       .:>..    Is Still On  ��� '��  AH Items In Stock Reduced ^(5%  '    !  MacLeaa's Shoe Store  Phone 111H           /           '                           Gibsons B-C.  ram's Crown Royal  Seacjram^V:0,  Seafjram^ Kings Plate  St a gram's Sp eci aF Olel  '���/'  this advertisement is not published or displayed by  the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  A Service To The People On The Peninsula  IP YOU NEED A LOAN ON YOUR PRESENT CAR OR  N13ED MONEY TO FINANCE A CAR IN ANY WAY  A PHONE CALL OR LETTER AND ^WE WILL MEET  YOU AT HORSESHOE BAY. YOU ARE UNDER  v  NO OBLIGATION -.,  THIS IS A FREE SERVICE  As we conduct the Dealer's Auction for B.C. we have  over 2000.cars available at all times NEWior USED in  any MAKE or* MODEL. We buy and sell only the best-  - A Few Examples  1950 PONTIAC sedan, Radio and Heater, like a new car, $1675  1050 CHEVROLET Torpedo Sedan, lovely metallic tap, $1650  1949 METEOR sedan fully equipped, new tires;  heavy duty s ��� .:.....................   $13*75  1948 DODGE Sedan, Excellent Shape   ......  ������������������   $1050  1952 MERCURY Sedan, Radio, Air-conditioning, Automatic     .  $2700  $2375  Transmission, New Price $3635,"our price ..........  1952 FORD Customline Sedan, 6000 miles .........  1951 METEfOR Custom Sedan, very low mileage,  overdrive   ..:..  ..... .;.,'.'...,..���.���  1948 CHRYSLER Royal Sedan, Radio and Heater.  _r_k Dcsny _���������������.*������������ ������ *���*�����������������*���*�������*��������� ���_��� ������.������"��������*  -' ^V"  $1750  #1195  Several Pickups and (Panels  1941 FORD 1 Ton Flat Deck, almost new motor, full price $195  1939 CHEVROLEr Panel, runs, good  ..... .���v.v./../-'.;-;jlgQ;  2937 CHEVROLET Pickup, lots of good service ........ $175  1949 FORD Pickup, &ood throughout, low mileage ...... $Q$5  C  95 Kingsway at Broadway Fairrnount 9200  21 YEARS AT THE SAME LOCATION  Thursday January  29,  1953   The Coast News  eanings  By GYPSY TOWERS  Despite the inclemeiit weather the City dwellers still  visit our peaceful haven, and  how welcome they are. Daughter Marjorie and her family  visiting- Mr- apl Mrs;. Harry  Thorn at Sylvaiisea, inspecting  the results of the beautiful job  she made of her mother's cur-  taito^ and' upholstery.  Daughter Mrs. Bruce Cole  and her ha'ppy family visiting  Mr- and Mrs. William Bow at  Stronlochie, improving the idle  hours by playing tag* with a  deer in the Bay, who fed them  a merry chaise, despite their  modern motivation of gasoline  motor and gla??is. boat. Tiring  of the sport the deer scrambled  ashore and escaped in the  woods. '���������'���  The Chaster's'sftill awaiting'  the glad tidings' from the. Ron  Thicke's of Hamilton as to  whether it is a boy or a girl-  The  Jim Beaton's  away  to  the land of Sta.rkr and Stripes.  Much- ado at the Tom Dick's���  haven't inspected the improvements yet but hear tell they  are really something.  Spring must really be. here���  real estate on the move���strangers looking for lots-  Mrs. George Simmons (Mrs.  A-B.B- Hill's daughter Emily)  still enjoying the balmy breezes of Hawaii, not caring when  she returns to the ice and _jnow  of Carcross, Y.T.  Now to pick a bunch of wallflowers and splash through  the rivers, rocks, and mud to  Giibscnsv -  Support  The  Polio Fund  .,\  val  AVA GARDNER is back at work  at the M-G-M Studio filming  "Vaquero," with Robert Taylo*  after a nicIT vacation in the E&6t\  'vfitb Frankie Boy.  v_  ���**zr  Down the Alley...  Hottest i:mvs from the alleys  cohcerns. tlijb two new high  single scores rolled last week  by Tony Tschaikowski (369)  and Ev Smith (348) of Sechelt.  Both were chalked up in open  play  TEN PIN LEAGUE  Rudy Crucil, '. 188. Ralph  McGregor, 481. Nelson's, 1781  Crueils. in top spot with 12  podntsV Firemen arid /Nelson's  tied with 10.  GIBSONS MIXED  Mary^Soinick 287���743: Dous  Davoes 237, Don Malmat* 604,  Dawson's Tari 2623. Dawson's  and Co-op tied'with 4 points-  SECHEiLT LADIES LEAGUE  : Eve Moseri j5 301���684,  Guttersnipes 2356, Dieha.rds  9. Ups and Do'w,rs, Wobblers,  Bay Gal?f all tied in second  place with 6-  PENINSULA  COIYtMERCIAL  Ev Smith 231���670, Bob  Lemieux 234, Jackie Nestman  595, Union Steamship 2574,  M and W, Union. Steamships  11 points; ,  SECHELT SPOUTS  CLUB  Chris Crucil 219, Ev Smith  504, Ne^i Baldasff 232���607,  Ninetyce: -ters 2542, ^Pinheads  9 points-. ":".':���  BALL AND CHAIN  Dor^en     Currie    251���582v  J.sek Jonas 285, Don. Caldwell  679, Missing Link - 2441 Head-  pins 9,  Missing Lii its 8.  HALF PINS  ���iDarle.e Laycock 130���237,  Renniie Lumsden ISO���2S5, Pin  Missers 967 for two-  ELECTRICITY  ft:-  :..y", ::,\'-/-'" .���������.���'������V       '���'.   ��� ;:.     ��� "������.;;'::''.;���:.'.'���������''��� ��� ���.���.'���'���>���������'.": T'.  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Bartholomew:   President.  lflaBBSB_a_ai_BBaiB__--_  Spartan Radios  Combination Radio & Gramaphone  Standard Wave     Smartly Styed  Walnut Finish  $209.50 Plus your old Radio or Down  Payment of your old Radio and $31.50  Monthly Payments as Low as $11J  HEAR THE SPARTAN FIRST  While  You're In:   See  0,ur New   "EVERYDAY" CUPS and SAUCERS, While They Last, Each: 29^  ardware  Phone 32  YOUR   PROGRESSIVE   HARDWARE   MERCHANTS  Gibsons ���*���*-  Gangway  9  MONICA LEWIS is her owiidrie-'  girl crew ���when she goes out in  �� speed boat in Newport Harbor,:  but to play safe she always takes  ��n oar along. Monica returns to;  the M-G-M Studio after entertaining the jG.I.'s in Korea to  film anew musical, "Every thing  I Have Is Yours.'*  meet...  ARISTOCRAT  ANNIVERSARY  8 years old 5 years old  VISCOUNT  4 years old  OLD KEG  3 years old  melchers  ���oismiin jo piB/ise-  *?0mffitfyk  i  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by the Govern-  ��� merit of British Columbia  8 ��   The Coast News  Thursday January  29, 1953  By ARIES  v Recent visitors to Seehe&t  were Mr. and Mrs*. Lee Randall  of Vancouver, they were guests  f Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Duncan  of Bechelt Inn. Mrs. Duncan  is back again, after a few'days  spent in Vancouver.  Also, returning to Sechelt  after a few months spent in  Saskatoon, is Mia'. Kay Hall.  It's nice to see her back home-  Leaving for a few months  ik Mr." Cordon Potte, who is  going on a construction job,  his family -are staying. here  however: Elvin. and Valentine  August celebrated a joint birthday, with candles on the cake  and all the good things to eat  ���that goes along with a party.  Twenty little * guests had a  good time and the adults too,  as they all sat down to wondfer-  fultTinaier. Elvin and Mai are  children of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred  August.  Another party in the village  was to. celebratei Ernde Paul's  coming of age. He was just in  time to cast his vote in the  first Native edectaon.: It was  quite, a party too, with more  than one hundred guests. ���  Sorry to hear that Mr. A.  Williams has been taken to  hospital-Hope he will be better  soon. Mr Williams, U the father  of Mrs. Dora Doyle and just  recently moved, here from  Westview.  ' WV wish to sympathise with  Mr. Eddie Hancox in th>e, loss  of his father who died suddenly in Vancouver.  Captain    and    Mrs. * Ingvar  Hvaa$  are  away   again   on  a  world trip, on. the S.S. Mans-  ville this time. It is a, new ship'  and wilil call iif to many ports..  They will be away about" five :  months. Mrs. JBTvaas. is, a local  girl, formerly Nora Dunn. She  really gets around, and enjoys  it #y much.    /  Mr. and Mrs. Ted Osborjne  Senior are back after-a nice  visit of a month m* Honolulu.  Mr. and Mr;?/. Frank Wallace  _d'own from Osborne's Camp  for a short stay on their way .  to G i b s o n s. Mr. and Mrs.  Norman Taylor <and yon Daryl  here, from Vancouver as guests  of Mr. and Mrs. W. McKissock.  The West En,d 4to.cial- group -  ?  tosons mm  For Best Results  Use The Coast News  Mr. and Mrs. Stan Allibone,  ���Ivy and Stan to you, arc  finding the business of being  independent bakers a reward  ing one*  Since they moved into the  shop next to KnowleS Hardware^ they have worked up a  very nice little buMness in  breads, oakes" and pastries.  They enjoy being on their own,  working with their own formulae- and recipes, and running a good clean bakery.  , Both J3tan and Ivy have been  in the Bread-baking business  for many years,, and they both  worked at the same occupation  during the war, and Stan says ���  Ivy had more years with the  WAAF than he had with the  Army.  IJad the Cavil- Service not  been so adamant in their views  on the height of Bakers, Stan,  who doesn't quite come up to  the standard five feet eight  inches, might" have still been  a bakery instructor for the  rehabilitation; of law-breaker^/!  His lack of physical stature  has been Cibsbn 's gain, and  Stan isjtiow convinced, his own/  met at the home of Mrs. Jack  Evans on Marine Drive.  Twenty members attended,  and ejoyed ��n evening of  Canasta.  Glad to hear Mr, Harry  Sawyer is out: of hospital, and  expected1 home lioon., Mrs.  Margaret Gibson hesi' moved  from Selma Park to Sechelt.  Mr. and Mrs. George Gowland  wei>e in Vancouver for a few  days. Mi\; Gowland expects to  go  baeX to, Kitamet. shortly.  irial  .Si  e Builders Best Set  er  Roofing Wal(boards Cement Sand Gravel  Mouldings, Paint/ Hardware.  mSi   See Our Stock  PLUMBER,   ELECTRICIAN,   CARPENTERS,  PAINTERS, available if required. t  \ We Deliver Anywhere  SEGHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  ���:V  Phone Sechelt 60  Union  General Store  Sechelt, B.C.  Saturday Specials  W. ftfcFadden, D.O.  Optometrist  v        GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours     p-  0:Op   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Why go to Vancouver for  Ontical Service?  " USE THE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  Groceries   r  "HEINZ" BABY and JUNIOR POODS   3 tins   29#  "ROyE]|,' DOG FOOD     6 tins   63^  '/HEINZ" KETCHUP . ...w>........ 13 oz bottle   ^1^  JELLO ��� JELLY POWDER��� PUDDING POWDER ~  PIE FILLERS   ........   .   .......... 3T packets   31^  ���Meats. ���������'���'���  PORK LOIN CHOPS or ROAST .. r.  . per lb-    64^  BEEF >TANDING RIB ROAST  Choice "A" .-.��.;.,-.%.................. per lb.   72^  SATURDAY    ONLY  ���'���to ':  Commencing Monday, Feb. 2nd, Government Regulations  permit the use of ENRICHED FLQUR in the making  of bread. w  This is Flour to which has been added, after milling,  the VITAMIN "B" COMPLEX, plus IRON, and  CALCIUM-  To be sold as ENRICHED BREAD, tl^ dough must be  made with no Other flour tljan ENMCHED FLOUR,.  and must  contain  a  percentage  of Milk  Solids  laid  down by Law."! /   ' '/^-'^p'.:'.'  WHOLEWHEAT BREAD, to be, sold as such, must be  made with a percentage of Wholewheat Flour as laid  down, in the Regulations.\ ,:  WE GUARANTEE our ENRICHED BREAD % and our'  WHOLEWHEAT BREAD to contain MORE than the  required percentages in ALL cases.       ^   :   ,,  We add hone of the so called 'improvers' or yeast foods.  VITAMINS,   IRON,  PROTE3NS  \^p:--[ Mm q  for Healthy Growth and ,Energy  *   ^ in Children v  As the Milk used is in the form of NON-FAT SOODS,  you get all the food value of the Milk, without the  weight-adding fat- ^~  We have developed what "we believe to be the MOST  DELICEOUS FLAVOR and the highest NUTRITIONAL  V&��m, in a LOAF of BREAD f  Makes Delicious Toast.  {���,.  On SjsM lyiOWPAY, Feiira^  .-'������'. r  - "���-���'������'*'.''' ini our bakery as '"������ ���������^^- '',''-������-.'='.���''������. j'..y  AT NO INCREASE  Ivy & Stan  Allibone  Phone J47  Next To Knowle's Hardware


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