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Array Proyinsial Library  Victoria, B, C.  Phone your news or  orders to  '���Sfc.  Seventh Year>f Publication Thursday January 22' 1953 Vol. 7 - 3  Published in  GIBSONS, B.C.     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  Two Major Figures in Seventh If.N. Assembly  Two outstanding figures of the Seventh United Nations General  Assembly, India's V. Krishna ftfeno'n and President Lester B. Pear-  eon of Canada, are shown below the speaker's rostrum at the  close of the stormy first half of the session in the early morning of  22 December. Mr. Menon proposed the resolution for an armistice in  Korea which was adopted by the Assembly and later rejected by  the People's Republic of China and the North Korean* The^second  part of the session is ��ched��led to reconvene fey 24 F-broary 1959.  "������*���"  ' ji-^ass-'  ],*j^S -*-3  SOWS  Discussed By B of T  The regular meeting of the Gibsons Board of Trade was held  at th& Mariner Cafe on last Monday, with Jack Marshall in the  Chair and twenty"fivei members in attendance- Robert Burns presented a very comprehensive survey of our road conditions arid  neieds, and requested that the Board endorse same and forward  copies to the following M ���____,. Tony Gargrave. with copies to  the Minister of Public Works; Black Ball Fjerries; all Boards  of Trade on the Peninsula, for their endorsement. This request  was heariily agreed to.  Al Jackson, Chairman of the  Roads Committee of the Board,  will carry a copy with him  when he attends the opening  of th e Legislatur e-; in Vietoria-  ., CUff Gray,-Chairman of the  .. Fisfe Derby Committee, gave  a, report in which, he stated  there would be &. bigger :ahd  better Deirby this year.. The  comniittee for this enterprise  has been'enlarged-  The membership committee  ���Reported two hew members,  Harry Crane,; of the: Bidgeway  Auto, Court, and W.I/ McAfie  of the Duplex on the :.Seciielt.  Highway. Mr. Telford. Chair- - eltected: !Mr- E.S. Clayton,  ���man bfr the comniitt'ee stated Vicar's Warden ��� L.S. Jaeksin,  that   the   Board   needs   more    People's Warden; II-J. Findlay,  Whitehorse' Alaska. This >he  accompanied with a running  commentary of much interest  to all. The film and talk was  very much enjoyed and Mr-  Cunningham was thanked and  warmly  invited to  return. ''���������  St. Hilda's Church  Elect New Officers  At the annual, m/:ietin;g of  St. Hilda's Church, in Sechelt,  the   following   officers   were  -active   members,    and   urges  ^that interested persons should  jpiny .       - -���;���,:��� .������:''->- \\  ������'I John Wood and his Committee1 received a,.vote of sincere  appreciation f oi\ their work in  connection witli the Dance of  Dec. 37th, at which the Firemen and their Wives were  guests. This affair was;regarded   as   a   real   success.   CP.  Treasurer; Mrs. -B- Rankin >  Secretary; "Dr. D. McColl, Lay  Delegate; B- Lang and J.  Parker, alternate Delegates.  Presidents of the various  Church organizations made up  the. Committee: Mrs- F.L. Scott,  Mrs- D. Robilliard, Mrs. Betty  Williams* and Mrs. A. French-  The coming year's most important project is the moving  BaJlentine, as Chairman of the-    and enlarging of  the Sunday  -Fireman's   Appreciation -Ban-   'School-  It  is  hoped the work  quet- was also' a c co r d e d a  hearty vote of thanks.  - James Cunningham, Game  Commissioner for BC., was  guest speaker for, the evening-  He had with himi his assistant  R.A- Lane- Mr. Cunningham'  entertained with a remarkable  color film which he had taken,  of a trip from Vancouver over  the 'Alca.ni Highway, including  Teslin Lake, At!in, Haines, and  will  be. started   inimediatelv,  as the,attendance of 43 children,   overcrowds   the   present  ; accomodation  seriously.  As ChairmanV of the meeting,  the Rev- Oswald. Vicar, expressed great pleasure at-th'?, way  the work of the parish is being  carried forward, and complimented the__yarious committees  for the accomplishments of the  year   , Library Assure  Government Gr  The acting coininittee of tlie  Gibsons Public Library has  received notification from the  Superintendent o_f the,public  Library Commissipn, Victoria,  to the effect, that the grant-  in-aid to the amount of two  hundred and fifty dollars for  local library services has been  approved by ��hev'Minister of  Education on behalf of the  British Columbia"^overnnient,  and that the m(ipcy will be  made available jus-1 as soon as  a similar amount is provided  by local authorities-  *    The   committee-, is   awaiting  - "thci   decision   of 1 the   Village  Commission who?." have 'been  asked to contribute the amount  of. two hundred and * fifty  dollars from the grant that the  village receives from the Social  - Service    and  '"Municipal'   Aid  ax. ^,  The money will be expended  in purchase of 'books and. to  defray^ miuor^ expenses of "library operation.^,  Indians Elect  Craigan Cheif  The Sech-eltTndian Barid has  ;held the first-eleetion of Chief  and Councillors, $hat has ever  been , -held*, t IJr^yiously,    the  offie^ of Chief;^as an heredi-.  ^tpry one, but/sjtt^b the passing  ���^fetKft,,^eeeni^|^nj.metits,tQ.  Canada s  IJiairalarAet,\ it  has  become on elective one- ������  Charles Graigan now holds  the position of Chief, with two  Councillors, Ernest Joe and  Louie Joe, all elected for a two  year term- Clarence Joe~ continues as -Secretary.  The" polling of votes wag  j carried out in an orderly and  proper manner, as were all the  rest of the proceedings-  Indian A��ent, IJ.I_. Taylor  was present during the election- Billy "Mitchell, the secretary of the Squirrel Cove Band  was also present- That Baud  will hold its election; of officers  on February" 11th-j.This first  election Was- jubilantly celebrated at a party "given by the  Native Sisterhood-  Poultry Club    ^  Elects Officers  The annual meeting of the  Sunshine Poultry ���Club was  held on Jan* 18th ^at the home  of Mrs- E.Reitz, when election  of officers was the big busi-  n ess of the day. 0rvil le Brumbaugh is the new President,  Miss Christitinsen the Vice-  President, and Betty Smith the  Secretary.  The final decision of the  breed of chickens tosbe raised  by the club members' is left  over until" the next meeting,  which will be held at the home  of Mrs. Trethewey on Jamu-  Rry 25th- All parents are invited to attend this meeting.  ���P-E;  HENDERSON  DIES  ';J.  Mr-Frank E.. Henderson,  long-time resident of Grantham  cfaed after a brief illness in  Vancouver last Wednesday.  He is survived by his Mother,  his wife1, three sons,. Norman,  Fred, and Arthur,. and one  sister, Mrs-. Arthur Milne. His  brotherrinrlaw, C.P. Ballentine,  advises that the funeral will  -be in Vancouver on Friday,  January 23rd-.  School Board  icers Elected  raws  Two Social Credit spea kers ad dressed a fairly-well atten de d  meeting in Gibsons on We'dneisday January 21st, ini the-School  Haii. Dr. Ha-rley Anderson, as Chairman welcomed the audience  which was larger than expected in spitexof the weather and the  roads. He introduced'the first speakei% Mr- John Purdue, who  rtfnarked that a great many thinigs in this area had changed in  the twenty yeai*s since he was last here, bi\t the roads remained  much the same.  __ _ . . jje Sp0jje 0n the^orgauizatioii  of Social Credit Groups, stating  that Ss soon as there were ten  members/ a: grouj) could be  formed- The functioni of the  group i was that of. laison between * the: .people of -an area  and the Government, through  the Social Cr'edit League, in  that it was the'duty of a! Group  to know tlie. problems of individuals in their area, and to  take same d ire^c.tly to the,-  League, who vvoul d take th em  to the : Cabinet Ministers concerned.  It was the aim of the League  to., have; as many groups as  possible, so as to have as intimate and thorough contaet  with the people of all areas  as possible..  ;; ;He ouoted the growth of  attendance at 'Social Credit-  -meetinss in Vantcouyer as  growth of interest in Social  Credit there.  Mr- Purdue believes the  liquor problem in B.C- will be  cleared up. and the Labour  problems. also- lie quotes the  intercase in membership in the  A meeting of ?thi_i Sechelt  School Board was held on Jan.-  12, for the election of Officers  for the coming'. ye.ar. Those  elected  are  as follows:    .  Chairman, Mr-. A. Funnel 1 ;  Vice Chairman, Mrs. L-S-  Jackson; Chairmen of, the  F i n a' n c e, Mr- Humphreys;  various Co nun it tees are:  Health j M- Hough; Building,  Mr. Hougn; ; B u d ge t, Mr-  Hum phi': iys; Publicity, "Mr-  Humphreys; Hall, Mr. Hough-  The Board at this meeting  also discussed the budg-et f"or  195$r\''Y::y :H^._:- ,  ^7 ��� ;,\.  A special meeting : for the,  preparation of the budget will  be* held oh Jan. 26, and the  decisions .presented in a report,  to the Representatives for approval at a meeting to be held  on Feb. 2nd-  Thei total.^enrollnient of the  students -in the" Sechelt School  /-  an overall increajge of 30, com-     "   -A" *     '-  '  "    -   - --  pared  with   1951   enrollment-  The teaching staff is now 38,  an increase  of two  over -that  of 1951-  Lawyer Opens  Office Here  &  Mi*- C.A-I. Fripp. Barrister  .and- Solifcitt*, off 216-7, 175  ���East Broadway, Vancouver,  has opened a. branch office at  Gibsons, at present sharing the  office of Mr. Johm Coleridge,  well known Insurance and  Rfeal Estate Agent, near the  Post Office-  Mr. Fripp is a veteran of the  first World War, in which he  served with the Headquarters  Staff at Bramshott Camp, and  with the. Royal Canadian  Regiment.  He Was called, to the Bar of  Manitoba in 1919, and practiced in Winnipeg, later moving  to Vancouver, end was called"  to the British Columbia Bar  in 1947-      '  He is a ^nember of the Mount  Pleasant Lions Club.  Rain Spoils  Turkey Shoot  In weather fit only for ducks,  some 30 contestants and half  as many spectators attended  a turkey shoot on. Sunday at  Roberts  Creek.  The first turkey went to Roy  Nygren of Wilson Creek, 'and     develop the  natural resource?.  and  five hundjed daily.  - Purdue definitely stated that  ���thsre woirJd be a Provincial  Election in the Spring���maybe  April or May.  Mr. Gaglardi is said to be  bringing down the largest  Road program to date in the  history of B.C-, the; added funds  to meet the cost of same to be  "raised without loans and  without increased taxation".  This statement was met with  hearty applianse.  The amount required for  this extra road problem was  to be made up of Saving���an  amount in excess of six millions  said to have : been already  '-saved, and tax monies previously sent to Ottawaf so far in  excess of twenty millions- were  quoted as examples. Just what  these taxes were w>as not  shown"Borrowing, he said, was  the curse of our time. Ho  claimed that the interest on  Provincial debt alone, would  be sufficient to provide free  hospitalization as well as ten  tinies our present road program-   ..-..-'.  After spending several years  as an enginecir in- South America, he considers that the Government of Venezuela is the  closest in effect to the ideal of  Social Credit, in that it makes  the natural resources of the  nation provide for the needs  of the peiople. He went on to-'  quote the operations of thfs  system there of the Government of the country permitting-  foreign capital to com<e, in and  Johnnie Mathews won the  second.. For some reason the  participants do not wish their  scores revealed. No doubt the  heavy raindrops deflected the  bullets, although there were' a  .few bulls eyes as well as  blanks.  The Canadian! Legion's coffers are the richer for the $37  taken in at the shoot.  but pavinsr to the Government  a fairly hisrh percentage of the  market value of th?: produce  to the State for each' unit of  the resources th,c\y took, from  oil and iron to electrical power-  y���r He stated that 1-lv.re is no  income   tax.   no   land   tax   in  (Continued   on  Pasre 8)  (See Social Credit Meeting) The Coast News      Thursday January  22.  1953  jews  (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, :0|tawa.  . Rates of Subscription: 12 mos. $2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  5c _J��r copy. United States and Foreign. 52.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45W  Bos 6, Gibsons. British Columbia.  ~x  t  ilonatd  Municipal Affairs  In this Issue we have published the Kleport, by custom made  annually, to. the Village Commission by the Clerk, reviewing the  work done and the. moneys (expended by the Commission during  tire previous yeai^;Wb pjiblish this report in its entirety in or��{:_���  that the whole, community ntiay be inform'etd as to the performance  of its elected Representatives in lo^cal Municipal affairs. It is here  that Democracy has.one of its first practical applications," and it i��  hene that we should, ail be Intensely interested. At no other level  of Govexiimehit can we meetour repTle^entatives personally, and  daily, if wim wish, and express our appreciation or criticism on  the spot; W^see daily the accomplishment or lafck of same,, and  may attend the meJ^tinigs and listen, to the actual workings of  Municipal Government: It is thfe one point where w<e know the  elected members through our own contacts with them, and as we  conduct ourselvJbs in relation to Municipal Affairs,  it is to be  presumed so do wie^in larger fields.   ���  tions should be absolutely puref  and not needing any treatment.  However* even though treatment should be .necessary* it is  not an unduly expensive procedure.  Despite   the   probability   of  obtaining   water   in   quantity  frqm   drilling   at  the   pump-  house,   I   am.  of   the   opinion  that steps should be taken to  from the; source on D;T^ 1314  reserve for,future needs, water  that has been, under  observation during the past two years.  While"  development    of    this  'supply   will  cost   very   much  than drilling of wells-is likely  to- cost,   a,'  gravity supplyvi��  much   to ; be   desired,   wheye  possible, and where the capital  expenditure, is not prohibitive,  in any case, it does not seem  likely that this Village would  be able) to go forward with any  capital expenditure in .large  amount for a couple of years  on* more; at that time, it is  possible that supply needs will  have increased a great deal,  and additional sources will be  required. It would be well to  act now to   assure that such  Coast V. wit Essay Contest  Last Summer, Mr. Les Rimes;; then Editor of thte Coast News;  announced an Essay Contest sponsored by the. Coast News, and  finaaicfed by Mr, KS- Jackson^ of Wilson Creek.  "���������>���- Mr. Rimes left without having had arrangements completed  In regard to this contest:,'and dine* to the rush of business- during  the^. past two months, the matter was left im abeyance. However  : since the New Year, the essays have been submitted to a committee of judges, composed of Mrs^E. Kendalll, Mr- &- Trueman, and  Mr-L-Peterson-  There were only four entries !-_ this group, and of the four,  .the Judges have decided thsit "the essay submitted by Barbara  Knciwles should be given th_�� first award and that of Sharon-  Flao^ger* ^#3$ favorite AnimalH^was. a close sleeond. v       *  There weS two other submissio^is, by Joan Wallis and  Garnet Edmunds, which ailspst^od close in line-  If the winners, Barbara Knowles and Sharon Fladager, will  <eall at thb Coast News between ten ��R-d twelve o 'clock on Saturday morning,; they will receive their awards.  ��� Further essay contests will be announced v��eiry soon, but \yili  ibe differently, and we hope more promptly, handled *'    ���  The winniihg Essay is published in this Issue-  quest, particularly as it: will be  augmented by a' grant of two  hundred and fifty-dollars from  the Public Library Commission,  ' Victoriai,B-C-    -��� V,-^; '"-;���  Recent ; reports-vshow^ that  many villager are ^taking a6V  vantage of this offeir of Ithe  Provincial Library Commission  to develop library service  among our citizens of all ages,  no matter whenei 'they may ;  reside- >"���.���  In Gibson??, we have immediate y ava.ilablev several hundred of books accumulated by  the previous library committee, ,  and, im addition, Victoria will  sti3jl con.tiriu\3 to- iprovide us  with a supply of books from  the  ''Travelling Library"-  We must advise the Public  Library Commission very  shortly, if we are in a position  to takt?) advantage of their  offer of a. gnsmt of two hundred and fifty dollars this  year, but cannot provide this  information until we know the  decision of the villagre- commission.  We hope that thei% wilL be .  few objections, if any, lodged  with the village commission-to  their making this grant for a  very worthy objective, but  should there be any taxpayers  who are opposed to a vote of  this kind for library service,  would thety please be good  enough to lodge their objections with the village clerk,  Mr- R. Burns, within the next  f-ew days.  A-S- Trueman.  Chairman,  Gibsons  Public   Library  Association.  XIBRARY SERVICE  f-ditor, The Coast News,  Sir: ��� / >-  On Wednesday, January 14,  I madb representations to our  ���local Village .Commissioners in  <eonneetio.n with a grant of two-  hundred and fifty dollars being  made to> the, newly incorporated .Gibsons Public Library  Association, for the current  year, and was given a satisfactory reception. The commis-  sknievs expressed themselves  as in favor of the project, but  before voft��ng funds for tlie  s>aanfo, it was hoped that  through publicity, it might be  po^ible to obtain some idea of  public opinion om the spending  of the money on library services.  Villages receive grants from  the Social Service and Municipal Aid Tax each year, the  amount-paid by the Provinciai  Government to-* the Village of  Gibsons for year ending Dec.  1951, being in the neighborhood  of $9,561-67. It may have been  a littlie. less'in, the year 1952-  To date, only a very small  portion of this money has been  spent on social services by our  village administration, and as  library servic.es ^omes nnder  social service activities, we are  in hoipfes that our effort to  establish a/permanent library  service in "the village of Gib^,  son's will meet with success,  ^nn,d that the taxpaiyers will  offer no objection to the village  -commission ,granting  our  re-  ompiete nummary  For soinei years* ithas been-  customary procedure that, early  in th e nNe% Year, I submit to'  the- Board of Commissioners a  memorandiTin suminarizing the  more important of the various  works   aa|c��:' problems   facing  this    (Lferpora'tion.    This    has  served Jtlief-dual purpose, of  bringing matters;/to the atten-  fiOn of the older menibers of  the Board;; and of acquainting  the new members}��� with matters  that may have been discussed  prior to their election. s  WATER SERVICE  Water services  continue  to  be perhapis the most vital  of  these  stevieraiY problems,   so   I  will touch on that first. During  the past year the Village uni-  dertook the largest single piece  of W'Grk in its history; in terms  of money expenditure, nearly  double the total of all its previous   expenditures  combined,  on account.of Water service.  This work is mow nearly completed' there remaining to. do,  of work directly contemplated  under  the  Bylaw,  only  some  cleaning up  jobs of which I  ma,y list: ^  Sonne changing over of service cionntections; Placing c}��  about three 'standr-pipes to  Tees .already installed;. Plaein g  of Hose adapters to stand-  pipes installed;'Some work at  outlet s and valves at new  tank; Replacing of hard-surface at pipe-crossings of  Sechelt Highway and Marine  Drive;' Kacing- of concrete  valve boxes near Church eor-  ' ner�� v .���'"." '��� :.'\    '     ������'  When ail work under Bylaw  93 if?) completed arid paid it  will be found to have exceeded  the origi_ia| estimate by some  thousiands jQ$^dollars, but probably not ^srinuch as was an-  . ^ieipate^i^^possib expenditure. ^1 |hiik it has already  been established that the new  work has M��t only enabled  service to be\ given to a1 great  ihaaiy residents who were pre-*  viiously without w_ii.eT service,  but has also defibdtely improved -service���'���W. hia;hy who ;had  ^beeniv experieneing^   at   times,  very poor;' service. ''��� ���  ' Howeve^, ^bes^dlese: the   inr  stailations; under bylaw-  there  iare a nnnibelr of lines inMedi-'  ately required to^ meet demands  for service; lome<of these have     ^   _ �� , -���. ���  .:_.-.���    .-���.  Wea:dy    be#-installed.    but - ^st:+careful-scrutiny, of?^��.  there stiityreina^-vaboutfive^^^ '  EimMATE .  ^Reference to, finance brings  up the miatter of estimates of  income- v For some years this  Vilage has-been in the position  of the major portion of gross  .incpmei being received from  government graflts, of which  the mofrt mportant is the S.S.  and M-A- grant This, of course,  is fine while it lasts, but could  easily lead to a precarious  situation if the grants were  drafctical-'jy redutee/ .or alio-  g|ther stopped; and in respect  td the S.S. and M-A- portiori,  this could easily happen- To  meet such ���possible situation,  the�� Board would have to have  recourse to grealtly increased  local levies, with possible dis  eases will be a substantial increase; any added mill rate is  likely   to   mean   slower   pary-  ments, tax in arrears and delinquencies,  with final tax sale*  Valuable   improved   properties  would likely avoid tax sale for  some time, but would have to  carry the burden for those who  did not pay- This Village has  had an" enviable record, in that  c'nly one piece of property ever  finally reverted for tax. sale,  and very: few even camejuft I  . believe that;this was a factor  - ii our being'ablfe to get such a  substantial premium:, in pur  sale of bonds lafet. year, and it  is a v' position that should be  carefully guarded;  '������-    '���   "  STORAGE  I must again stress the need  r_ of stcra ge vault facilities at  the Municipail Hall, and included in ~any such b u i 1 d i n g  should be included, 1 suggest,^  washroom services- As far as.  the actua;l day to day Working  is ebneernied the equipment is,.  reasonably adequate1; the pur-  cto:e iasit :year of an adding,  machinev \vas^ a real beon^ and  additional supply will be avai-   ^: ^^ ^/ea^. a^o m ^  lable    when    needed.    Proper    ^^ ,a ;Sa%:tiling  cabinet,  -'        -_..���..*.       and typewriter; we s'eem to be-  develophi^it of the D.L-' 1314  sources will entail thei^urchase  f of lahdft ii the >areay and; these  lainds ho-G several assets* in  limber and. gravel, that will be  of .valu-e to thek Municipality-  The actual operation Of the  Avater system during the  past  year sems to ^have been satis-  fa'ctory,-  for "the   most   part,  despite   unavoidable    inlterup-  tions of service when changing  over from one main to another-.  Financially,  while at time  of  writing  the  final  figures  are  not available, I think the-auditor's   statement   will  show   a  reasonable    operating    profit,  after   intercut   and   depreciation/; this in contrast to a loss  shown during 1951 would indicate that  the system  is  once  more on a souiui basis-  ROADS **  Next in importance to water-  service seems to be roads. Much  work is going to be required  in this department* not only in  building ^ new roads, but in  niaantaining ^ and improving  present traffie ways. Financial  limitations make impossible  any large irnmediate program;  apparently the only possible  method is one of^ year by year  attrition, keeping up existing  roads., some new building, some  improvements, and over all! the;  more;.;bpncne��; /t6|-do. These  should be proceeded with as  sooni as workmeir ate free. "  ;To fill the; nee cl for actual  water, very definite steps must  be ta'ken well before the heavy  summer demand falls on thi-e  system. Last year supply just  barely met demand, with ree-  /ervpir level falling continually.  Admittedly, last year was an  exceptioffiia^y ��� dry year, but  from now on the system will  be called tq supply *a greatly  increased number om services.  The fact that a number of bad  leaks that have been wasting  water for a- long" time have  been eiliminated will help a lot,  but the final .nett result will  still weed greater supply than  , we had last fyear.  As a step toward assuring a  greaiter supply. I ..believe the  action of the Board in arrang-  5ng for well drilling on the  ���^ater lot to b^t very well advised. There was every evi-  ; d"ejnee . even during the driest  period, not only last year but  for yean* before, of a flow of  water at the bea'eh much ��in  excels of our present total requirements.  This flow of water must pass  below the bump-house property, and it only remains to  locate! it, and tan it for service.  It is very possible that drilline?  may develop a supply source  of cGnS'idftraih'lo volume"; and  water tappejd  in   such  condi-  appointing results- Local revenues are derived largely from  two   sources,  land   taxes  and.,  trade   licenses;   income   frftm  the 1 alter is already, I think, ;  higher in proportion, to  local  revenue,' or even gross revenue,  than/ any other municipality in  tbei Province-  Taxes on land could possibly  stand 'Some   upward  revision,  but any ghteat increase would  be likely to show diminishing  returns^ Evjen  to double  the .  rate would only bring in less  than $5,000.00 more- which is  much less than this year's road  expenditure. Also, quite a number of the taxpayers are now  faiced with the extra levy as  frontage  tax, which  in many  ��� able to ^ get by'.' on this setup,  probably another filing eabiiiiet  would be ^useful before long-  Living close  to  the  hall,. I  am able, to get aloihjg without  any  washroom,   though   sometimes, iu:t  very   conveniently.  But  storage   in- a. fire-proof  vault for the back records is  badly needed;   as  things  are,  I am not able to keep the old  records in any kind of readily  accessible manner;  documents  that are vital must be kept in  the safe, crowding out-current  documents that are also vital;  It has been suggested that  a new a'nd larger building be  built; I am not convinced of  the advisability of such a proposal- It would cost very considerable money, and so far ap  I;can see- every dollar of poten- J  tial'ly ^ai1js'iblev'nioney:is needed'  ���   for w.ork tha.t would be of far  greater valine, to this Village  than a new hall-  STREET LIGHTS��.  During the la,st year ai num- ���  ber of street lights were added,  so������'>,that' nix>w most residents  have access to a reasonably  vvpll-lighted street: I believe  that in point of lig-hting (y��  residential districts we are  ahead of most mrmicipalities.  Of course, && further residential building isldone i,n newer,  areas more lights will be called  for- "  PLAY-GROUNDS  One item .thatxis common for  expenditure  in  raahy  municipal itien  has  had little  or   no  attention here for several  years;   that   might   be   e<9,lled  ''Parks    and    Play-2rrouhd^' >;  In past years it was found pos-t.  sibl^ to do some work  along-  these lines, eveni with the ridic-  ulomsly small revenue of ..those*-  days;   laitely   there   seems   to  Jiave been no money ayai1able:, '  and ^ with   the   very ^evident .>���  growing nie'ed for roads, sidet-  walks  and >nch  services, "the;  iramediaite outlook is tiot;hopeful.   But-xI  suggest;���:'itH0^^.?tile;���������#���  deisirability of providing som>}"^  recreational    .facilities   should  not be overlooked.   / :  Much coaild be done at tha  Munieipal beach  prop or ty  in  improving  the  beach,  placing  seats for older people, perhaps  wash-rooms- Besides that loea,-    ���  tiom,   there   are   in   the .new  additions in D.L. 685  a  number of looaitions that are ideally  suitable for picnic and playgrounds, which could bp developed   at   not  to'6   great   cost-  While there is probably little   V  likelihood of being able to go,  forward with   such work this  year, I do ursre that the need  be not lost sight of, and a^ny  planniing    for    future    should  teke  the  need  of parks,   etc.,  into account.  Robert  Burns '*'  '->  Are you kept awake by a nerve-racking  bronchial cough? Is phlegm so tightly  packed in your bronchial tubes, no'amount  of coughing seems able to dislodge it?  Templeton's RAZ-MAH 'capsules/: are  especially made to loosen phlegm, so it  comes away easily and ybu are relieved of  coughing and wheezing. Get Raz-Mah for  quick relief. 65c, $1.35 at druggists.      R-56  Are you  BUILD  We can supply men and  material for any job  inters  Plumbers  Electricians  Painters  Secfielt  Building Supplies  - Phone Sechelt 60 ���    '  anted!  We have some  invest  See Us  /  /'  Totem Realty  ��� /   ���  Gibsons, BC,  \  A coWrful, velvety  finish for w*lls and  -Woodwork. Easily-ap��  plied, easily cJcaned,  long-wearing. 10  fresh pastel colours  and white.  Sensation a I New  Finishes & Colors  Gkose From Our  Large Stock Of  ci  faint &laniish  City Prices  Gibsons Building  Supplies  Telephone Gibsons 53  uona\  mmmw mmm  The elections in the United  States have finally culmiiiatecr  in the inauguration1 of President Eisenhower- His inaugural  address gave us, as well as his  own people, food for thought-  We take this opportunity to  remiind ourselves that "in tire  future there is one remark of  his that ive will hear again and  ajgaih- It will be brought for-  / ward to serve many ends, but  in the long run it will have the  &amgianean_ng^fpr^s'as it will  have for ,our neighbors: ''A  soldier's pack does not weigh  as much /.as a p ri s on e r ' s  ^chains"- "  President Eisenhower, we  beleive, voicad our own views  as well as his own, when he  made his plea for Peace, ��� but  Peace - with l_=o.,11. e s t y and  str'sngh, based on, understanding  and  agreement,   v  We in this small corner of  Canada can do our share to.  wards promoting understand-  ing'betweeoix peoples- Let us not  forget to start at home-  Bowlers Beware!  by Cherry Whitaker  -���������'��� B-wling has come to the  Penkisula- Oh yes, we know  its been* here- for awhile,, but  there are still many who haven't ..found out what fun and  relaxation it can be. So for the  . benefit of the untried as well  v as :the 2Q0 or so bowling in:  leagues we are going to run a  fe^ytips/to bowlers- From what  we 've seen everyone seems to  be progressing normalLy���-but  there-is a certain .courtesy  lacking .011 the .alleys, which if  improved might help boost  the.se scores-. ������'-'-.-  Heckling and ribbing is fun  whether vou are takinj- it .or.  handing it out, but don't do it  once a bowler is on the alley  ready to roll- Ma.ny.a strike or  spare goes dawn the gutter  simply because-of t^at momentary distraction- Thite is particularly true if a player is working on a higher" than usual  score- If someone 0111 your team  or the opposing team- starts  striking give them a hand by  keeping quiet-  The man on the right lias the  privilege   bf   delivering ffirst  so, unless he is waiting for pins  to be set give him time to get  under way before you roll- Its  more than distracting to have  a   human ^freight  train swish  past just  as you are half way  through   a   delivery-   Tt   cafo  meain thfe  differenice  between  '; a  strike (and  the ySplit  which  - might   lead   to   a   blow-  Just  remember that while your own  ��� nierves may beJmaxle  of: 'steel  v the fellow ;ri'exfc door may not.  -be  so  luc/ky, Be  patient  and  wait.   ^ t"- "" ':'.''������  In. league play it isn't fair  to the operators to slow up  play���time is limited���but this  time out to be- courteous can  be made up. by beinig ready to  roll as sob.n as the; piris are set-.  .86 many sit oif the bench until  the pins a!rfc. all up, that it  becomes monotonous to holler  '' Hey Joe.���you 're up "'. ;���-���'' ���  W. McFadden, b.6.  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Why go to Vancouver for  Optical Service?  Thursday  January  22��  1953 *a The Coast News  3  e>  PIER ANGELI returned from  Germany where she's been filming M-G-M's "Toe Devil Makes  Three'' with Gene Kelly, then  hurried out to one of the Hollywood kennels where this young  pup is hopefully set to be adopted.  w  KOLTERMAN  SAWMILLS  Halfmoon %ay  Rough &Planfeci Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  January, 23 to 27, Only:  Torchieres, Complete $17.95  Table Lamps  Bridge Lamps  Trilight  Smoker Stands  Assorted Dresser Lamps and Pin -  12.00  19.95  9.95 te 1195  Ups  These Are Cash Prices  Gibsons Electric  Phone Gibsons 45  v  p  1  �����������������  ���i.-.  85  m  serve  Tpclay, Canada must be  constantly on the alert to meet  any threats to our national  security, Trained, armed strength  is tlie safe way to guard  our freedom.  With the Canadian Army Active  ���',: Force growing rapidly, ^here is  a great heed for young men ^ybb;  can qualify as junior leaders.-  Ability and initiative find-quick}  recognition and promotion in  the Army. There are outstanding  career opportunities for young  men in the Active Force.. >  valuable training, excel^enrtpay  and retirement plans, outstanding  medical and dental care, travel,  adventure and new. friends.  ���**  i   I  ���as  ��������� I  I  ���; I  ���I  I  1  m  m  j...*rfC^.,*  1  i  ^i  1  i-  in the  The Infantry is the backbone of the  Canadian Army. Its soldiers, all  highly trained technicians, are the  most important men in our Army.  There are many specialized jobs in  modern Infantry for young men with  an eye for adventure. Service with  one of "Canada's world-famous  Infantry Regiments offers plenty of  scope and challenge.  * TO ENLIST YOU MUST BE...  1*2 to 40 years of age and able to meet Army  ��� r test requirements. Applicants should bring  birth certificates or other proof of age when  reporting for inter view.  Apply Rigkt Away< to:  No. 11 Personnel Depot, 4201 West 3rd Avenue, Vancouver. B.C.  WE DO  APPRECIATE  YOUR   GOODWILL f*  Pender  Harbour  The Coast News     Thursday  January   22>  1953  By SARAL   <  The anginal meeting of the  P.;aid,cr Harbour Community  Club vras held on sun-day January 18th, with President Reg  Spicer in the Chair.  The 'annual drawing oi bonds  was held, and something of a  sensation was felt as Mr- Spicer  a-naioimced that this year $900  worth  of bonds would be redeemed,    and    $100    paid    in  interest-  No  further bbnds  wjil.  bis  sold- The names of those drawn  this year were Mrs Alice1 Sharp,  Mrs- Ainnde MaeDonald, Henry  Harris, Mervyn Reid, Herman  Nicholson, Robert McKay, Rev-  Alan Greene, Albert, Haddock^  Mr- and Mrs. Frank-Lee, Fred  d.a_rdo_i,    Franik    Katchmka,-  Keg  SpiccT,   Mrs.   H-M.  Reid,  Charles Reid, Cedric Reid, Mrs-  Nan Waddup, Mrs. Don Cameron, Robert Cameron-   *;.  Election, of officers followed,  and Reg Spacer-'was. elected by  acclamation as President. Vice  President is Jim Cameron j-  Secretary, Mrs- Olaria, Lee, and  Treasurer, Mrs. Muriel Hodson-  Board meimbers are: Peter  Trappit, - Olie Klevin, Nils  Anderson, Len Wray, Dave  Oregerson;, Mrs- Liddle and  Bill Cameron.  A vote of thanks wais tendered to the retiring secretary,  Mrs- Shirley Leavens, and to >  Mr. Nils Anderson for the-  inafny tasks he performed  during the past year-  Among the improveanents to  the hall were the enlarged  cloakroom, linoleum on. th*e  kitehen floor, cupboard doors,  put on, dressing room finished  and . paliinted. Tjhe bndminton  c!ub  installed flood lights.  The next meeting of the com-',  mumty club executive will ]be  at 7:30 pm. on Februiary Pth^ ,  * By ARIES  A meeting was held at the  home of Mrs> Scott, to discuss  the forthcoming Women's Day  of Prayer- This is a worldwide observation., held on Feb.  20th, wit'h women of-one. hundred and four countries uniting  in services of praise, penitence  and  dedication-  This meeting was representative of all denominations and  arr-aiiigements .were-"made to  hold the local observance at  St- Hilda's Church on Friday,  Feb. 20th, at 2:30 p.m-       .  The group elected Mrs-  Lucken as .president, and Mrs-  Chiltern Secretary for this  year's com'mittee:  Mrs. Alice Kent is back in  Sechelt after a. visit to her  husband who is. ill in hospital-  Nice to see Mrs.- C- Clarke  visiting in: Sechelt. She now  lives in Roberts Creek- Sorry  to hea-'r Mrs. Betty Williams  js still under the weather- Hope  she-will be .on the mend soon.  Mr- and Mrs. D-F. Scott had  their.daughter and sonHn-law,  the J. ���- Ticks, visiting from  Vancouver- Mr. R-D. Cooke is  away for a few days in Victoria  Mr. Len Hambly left for  Vancouver to undergo surgery  in Sb-auglmessy Hospital.  Porpoise Patter  by Sally Ann  The'Provincial Public Works  Department' have been doing  some miicli-needed road work  %n. the roads near Mr- Crawley  and Mr. ;Thpmpson's residence- Due to'-fiie'. heavy rainfalls  during the'/past few months,  the roads are in very poor condition- Ih spine of the low spots  they are: alxriost impassable.  Last w^eisk-end; Mr- Ken  Wilson Jr. -;atid; a friend, from  Vancpuver^visitecl his parents,  Mr- and Mrs- K> Wilson Sr-  They brought their chain saws  and cut a nice lot- of* firewood,  which is argreat assistance to  Mr. Wilson - wth his clearing-  Mr. James-- Jeffries from  Egmont was, down to Sechelt  the first part' of the week having, some dental work don'e-  Mrs- L.E. >R-eid made a brief '  visit to Vancouver early in the  week- ���     -:  ~c-  After the storm of last week,  everyone became quite boat  conscious, and, as a result, several of the -boats are up high  and dry on the beach. This  is guaranteed to insure an ice-  fess winter on the 'water hereabouts- ��� ;  Mr- George Gilmour from  Doriston is %%'Vancouver om a  business tripj leaving his boat,  the Naomi, in Porpoise Bay,  while he is- away.  Resident, of Roberts Creek, Wilson Creek, Davis Bay and Sechelt  Effective January 30th,  until further" npiice, OUR DRIVER WltL PICK UP AND  DELIVER ON  FRIDAYS,  ONLY. J  This step is necessary, due to impossible Road Conditions  Your co-operation and understanding wiU be greatly appreciated.  PENINSULA   CLEANERS  1 fit �� C TOR  WUHIMWIW  Please Clip This Directimry Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  ACCOUNTING; SERVIPE  All Types of Accounting Problems  ���       Expertly Attended     "  INCOME TAX A SPECIALTY  Dockside   Service   to   Fishermen.  Box 10, The-iDoatSt News.  APPLIANCES  SUNSET HARDWARE  '���.:. -.Agents"-..for'���'��� "���'  RCA Victor Records  Columbia Records  Frigidaire Ranges and  -Refrigerators  . Beatty Pumps and  Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ��� Phone Gibsons 32  Gibsons Kindergarten  Reopened January 5th 1953. Program suited* to children starting  school next September as well as  younger  children.  Phone Gibsons 64S4  MACHINISTS    x  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  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere'"-��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  Phone 54���- Res: 58  NOTARY PUBLIC      7  "  C. JOHN COLERIDGE  ���  Gibsons ���  Office 37  Res. 116 W  OIL BURNERS  BEER BOTTLES  Will  call  and   buy for  cash,  beer  bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls  made   at   intervals   from  .Hopkins to Irvine's Landing   (,  Wilson Creek.  CLEANERS  C & S OIL BURNERS  ..SALES  and   SERVICE   '  W.   Swain | D.Curri��  Ranges,  Furnaces,   Chimneys     <  Cleaned,. .  used ranges, for sale  AUTHORIZED KEMAC^EALERS  ��� Sechelt 74 ���  PLUMBING  MARSI3_AIJ_'S    PLUMBING^  : ���;'... he atipjg ^^a\^vmM0'JS;.  Phone Gibsons 64S, ���- 104, - or 33  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners for the Sechelt  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.  ..'V -..'���  We are agents for large  Vancouver florists.  Fast service for weddings  and -funerals.  JACK MAYNE  Phone Sechelt 24 or write  P.O. Box 28. '  For the Finest  FUNERAL   FLOWERS  .������'.-    __.;.":     ; call   ���'  W.  GraJaain,  Gibsons, 60-.  GIFT STORE, . '  Headquarters  for  Wool,  Notions ��� Cards..;��� Toys  Miscellaneous  Gifts  GIBSbNS 5-16-15 STORE  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.       x  HARDWARE  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 .������ Gibsons B. C.  Builders' 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 SERVICB  Speedy   Guaranteed  .Work. -;  New and,.Used Radios       ^  REAL ESTATE and ���--.  INSURANCE '*-  JOHN COLERIDGE  AGENCIES  Gibs&ns   And   District's -Only " Fall  Time Real Estate and Insurance  Office Since 1948.  Phone Gibsons 37  ROOFS REPAIRED  GIBSONS ROQFING  .'. "������ahiiv;.;.-.:'^..������'���>''.'<:���'.;'  .   CHIMNEY CLEANING   ;.  Asphalt R,oofing-.and Repairs  'vPhone Gibsons 44  SECHELT  CARTAGE  :   M.  HEMSTREET  Sawdust ��� Wood ��� Coal  We haul 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  USE THE COAST NEWS  4   CLASSIFIED The  Coast News  s^ir&s  tiSSSi  ,'; Send in you notices early to insure  publication..   ,  January 24 ��� New High School  Gym ��� Basketball game, John Oliver  High veirs)uj& Elphijnstlone High���  should be a good game. Admission,  adults 50 cents, pupils with activity  card, 25 cents.   ;  January 28 ������ Gibsor.s. 2 p.m. at  the home of 'Mrs. Dave Reece,  general meetirg of the Headlands  v.o.n. .���'���:"'-���:  January 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.  '    January 31��� Gibsons Kinsmen's  > Dance.   Benny. Stone's   Orchestra.  February 14 ��� Gibsons School  Hail. Gibson's Badminton. Club  super jduper hard time,srdanc.e, fun  and  prizes for  all���only 75  cents.  ALWAYS ������ it pays to be friendly,  courteous,, and  interested   in   the  welfare of your fellow man.  February 14 ��� Roberts Creek at  the big hall. The PTA Hard Times  Dance, good music by the Rhythm  Pals, Mike," Mark and Jack.  .    April 4  ��� Gibsons School Hall,  Easter Dance by Gibsons Board of  Trade.  j, ��� >  BARGAIN ��� One and a halt acres,  over ,200- foot frontage, * Sechelt  Highway, comer location, less than  pne and a half miles from Gibsons,  3 , bedroom home, ideal business  location���all for only $3500.  IT REALLY DOES PAY TO LlSlT  YOUR PROPERTY WITH US.  Thursday  January  22��  1953     The Coast News  Mr. Jose Vela Zanetti, who is the Director of the National School  of Fine Arts in the Dominican Republic, is currently painting a  mural on the third floor, lobby of the United Nations;Conference  Building. Mr. Vela Zanetti is dedicating his' gift,.made possible  through a Guggenheim Fellowship, toward international understanding. The Spanish-born artist is shown at work on the painting which will depict, on a curved wall space 60 feet long and  10 feet high, the struggle of mankind against all enslavements.  Halfmoon  Beams  " ��_���������_������������������������__���������������������_���_���_���������- :-..-'_���  ByF^Cormack  Little Shane Welsh- of Burh-  . aby paid a visit to his grandparents, Mr- and. Mrs. Paddy  Welsh of'Redroofs- This trip  was to round out his Christmas visit, Avhich .was interupted  by a sudden attack of appendicitis. He is feeling fine again,  and nias returned home, accom-  ^panjitd by his grandparents.  Paddy .Walsh has aijdate with  Shaughnessy Hospital for ^a  chehk-up'  We are glad to see; Mrs* T.  Bobiiliard home agaux, - arid  hope sbe, will_sooni be her��old  self. Illinois guests last week,  of Mir. and Mrs. C- Curran of  Hydaway Bay, were Dr. and  Mrs- Alfred Bates.  Mr. ta.nd Mrs- Raven. Si*, of  Invermere,   are' visiting   their  son and family, the W. Ravens  of Welcome 'Beach- Doug and  Shirley  Lister, a-re  new- residents of/Redroof��.  Doug  t'or-  .merly lived at Welcome Beach-  The  Clarence   McDunnagh's  are   back   at   Halfmoon   Bay,  after   a   six   mo-nth's   stay   at  Trail- Mr- and Mrs. Ernie L'cwis  ,of Halfmoon  Bav  are  grand-  Totem ,R.ee  Relaxing  Phone Gibsons 44  gta^T^a^^gpggiT^-^gl  Posters  Letterheads  Business Cards  Announcements  Bills and Invoices  y ��� ...  Let  The Coast News  handle your  printing requirements.  MAKGK CHAMPION relaxes on a  "ros>.-l>oard" with Gower Champion between scenes during the  shooting of the new Technicolor  iMusicai, tkLo>ely To Look A.t."  parents again;. A baby boy was  born to their son Arthur and  his wife in Vancotiver recently-  Mr. and Mrs- Harold Willis  of Halfmoon Bay are -enjoying  a visit from their daughter and  family of Vancouver.  Roberts Creek  Round-up-  4-Nnn_i_MHMM-H-aMM_M_Hqft__Mpi  by Madge Newman  Polks hiring; 0xe::': Roberts  Creek Hall are going to find  tfiat the rates have hgeiiiupped-  ��lid now it'.will .qost a round  ten dollars for the use of the  building on'we&k days for concerts . etc- Saturday night  dances will make you dig down  for $25- ~   >  Tfaope amounts; are/ pretty  steop. On the .other hand'the  Hall cannot function on the,  ���piTesent income Many of tht  weeklj'- hops put on.by, the Hall  Board a re1-run at a loss due to  a fickle dancing ".public- Running-   expenses   ail  upkeep   of  .the building a re "greater than  you might think and meeting  ex pi rises -month after month  hav.c. Board members in a tizzy.  Added to the expenses an outlay of several hundred dollars  is required for improvements  which are greatly needed-  Recently a pressure, pump has  been purchased and paid for  and it is to be installed before  too long- A powder room is  planned  also,  to  be  in. order  -soon.'One;wonders how many;  buclvCfts   of  wat^r  have/, beeii  plugged in. from a: distant well"A  ^���io^^sh^hb^/^any^dishes;- and  make/how /many pots of coffee-  ��� Does the general public have  any idea of the time, thought,  and yes, even money, various  members of the Board expend  on this.project? Gome, rain or  shine, they are. in there pitch- ���  ing- One lady member busied  herself with a shovel digging  a"drain when funds were low'  and volunteers  extinct.-  Tf anyone has good ideas .on  how to make a communitv hall  pay. March 4th would be an  evcellent time to speak about  tbrfin- That is the 4 date"set for  "a/public meetmig-?It would be  srra.tflfv5n-sr, no doubt, to the  ���present Board, if a;good crowd  turned out for this meeting,  e.ven if p-nR.Y to express thanks  and srive encouragement to the  members for doing; a job which  is too tough for the rest, of us.  Use The Coast News Classified  FOR  SALE  FOR SALE  Beach Cottage���-very attractive buy,  right in Gibsons and only $2300.  Totem Realty,   Gibsons,  B.C.  EARL'S BLACKSMITH SHOP, ���  fully equipped. Apply Earl Bingley,  Gibsons, B.C.  tfn  Less than one mile from Granthams  and Hopkins. Five acres flat land,  partly cleared and fenced. Two  wells, Creek Water piped to 4 room.  . ed house. Vermin-proofed and  insulated. Root-house, Woodshed.  Pull price $1750 with $800 cash and  terms.. John, Coleridge Agencies,  Gibsons. Phone 37.    /.       ,  ���     ������ ��� -      ��� ������������-���   .i.-i,��� ..    .    .��� -������ ��� -    ���������������...    i   .   o,,-.^  One Jersey Cow, second calf due  in January. Apply J. Wood, West  Sechelt. 3  Madeira Park, Pender Harbour,  near School and Bus. 3 room well-  built house,, gyprock finisli and  shed. Approximately half acre, on  Southern Slope, terraced for garden. Taxes $4.60, reasonably priced  for cash. Write or contact Mrs. J.  Cunimrnfe, Gunboat Bay, pender  Harbour. 5  Rough and  Planed  Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7Z  KOLTERMAN SAWMILLS  "   . Halfmoon Bay  Turkeys ail sizes, fresh from  Aurre 's Turkey Farm. Phone 5 W  Wilson; Creek, B.C. ��fn  Lovely building; lots in Hopkins-  water, ^light, phone, only $350. Very  low terms. Totem Realty, Gibsons.  Alder /wood,, $10.50  per   cord;   Fir  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  One collapsible baby buggy. Apply  Mrs. Thorburn, Gibsons,  Good Grade Goats, A-l condition,  1 ��Saai_en Doe, Milking, $50; 2  Toggenburgs, Milking, $35 each; %  Saanen Does, 6 months, $35 each;  Delivered   to   Gibsons.    Reply   O,  Huggins, Gambler Harbour, B.C.   _��� ���  FOR  RENT  ���-- ���     ���  I.-���.- ..I     -���.������,-_ ....������,..,.,,���,_. i-i���i  For Rent, 2 rotJined suite, larga  Kitchen-living room and bedroom,  furnished or unfurnished. Apply  J. A. Hague, Gibsons.  Good Wood and Sawdust, pld growth  Fir and Millwood, dry Fir Sawdust.  Phone ���! Gibsons 84W ��� or see Joe  Rushton,   Roberts   Creek. tfn  For sale local business; ��� stock,  fixtures, 'buiiding, or might lease.  Totem Realty,   Gibsons,  B.C.    "/  Vacancies for winter months. Fully  modern cabins with electric cooking  and heat. Low rates. Phone ���  Ridgeway Motel, Gibsons 68L.  Furnished Cabins by day week or  month. Rit's Motel, Bay Area,  Gibsons. tfn  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.  .    tfa  WANTED  Wanted, room and board for two  high school girls, till the end of  June 1953. Box 11, The Coast News.  -      .     .     ��� y .........  ' }^OBK WAITED ������'    '   "  ~__���' ���     :%, "���" '��� " ���  -���'.   ,-.���--.  Spray  and  Brush   Painting;   also  paper hangiiag.  J. Melhus.  Phone  Gibsons  33. tfn  Dave Gregerson ��� Licenced Electrician.Madeira Park, Pender Harbour. Phone 11 H .." tfn  WATCH REPAIR ��� All types of  watches and jewelry repaired. Reliable, fast, efficient. Union General  Store, Sechelt..   " tfa  ' CARD of THANKS  Mr. Samuel Armour wishes to  thank has many friends and neighbors for their many cards and good  wishes en his 92nd birthday.  IM in1 (Im rite  ANGLICAN CHURCH  January 25, 1953  . 3   Sunday after Epiphany  St. Bartholomew's   Church  Gibsons  11.00 a,m::  Sunday  School  3.30 p.m. Even Song  St. Hilda's Church ��� Sechelt  11.00 a.m. Holy Communion  11.00 a.m. Sunday School  St. Aidan's Church  Roberts Creek  2.00 p.m.  Evensong  UNITED CHURCH  Gibsons:  9.45 a.m. Sunday  School  11.00 a.m. Public /Worship  Roberts Creek:  2.00 p.m. Public Worship  Selma Park:  3.30 p.m. Public Worship  Port Mellon:  7.30 Friday Evenings  An invitation is extended to  all who have no other church  home.  PENTECOSTAL  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,    Friday, 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  January 25, 1953  St. Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 9 a.m.  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  11 a.m.  February 1st 1953  St. Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 11 a.m.  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  9  a.m.  .,,-**  y 6  The Coast News       Thursday January  22'  1953  School Briefs      y\.  It  By students of Elphinstone Junior-Senior High School  Editor in Chief: Celia Flumerfelt  Social News Editor: Vera Bursey  News Editor: JDonrta Bingley  Sports; Editor:  B.J. Woods  urner  s lor mm  Ire  by Barbara* Knowles, aged 11 years ���  Winning Essay in the .Coast News Essay Cot-test. Award���  Tern Dollars- .  Most school children look forward to thle summer holiGay.  with gnat anticipation. City children who 'toafve -xjhaimces to go  to camps should--consider themselves lucky, whether they go to  private camps, or to" camps sponsored by som'e organizzation- Any  child that lives in' the city can sp'end his summer -successfully  and yet have lots of fun by playing at" the nearest playground.  There are many things to do, amoong them tumbling, clay modelling, baseball,'basktetball, rugby ajnd football- Interpark competitions make these games quite exciting. Late isn the summer  come the. derbies- There am fishing, soap-box and sand-box  derbies, as well as ai water-day, which features swimming races:  aJDid gaimes playted. iki the water.  " When I lived in the city, I was not fortunate enough to go  to camp, and so I spemt my summer taking part in the activities  that wtnt on at-the nearest playground-  Country children have altogether different summer activities. If you'live on the seia shore, there is swimming, diving and  fishing. Also there at*> lots of places to go for'piteaiics, along one  of the many trails to the beiaeh, or on a small'Ml or bluff- Most  children take* great pride in getting things re#dy for the annual.  fall fair. The pet owners wash and scrub tneir animals, and  young gardeners weed and wateir the little plants until they  become; fine , prize winning specimens. There usually is a schoolchildren 's section, aind things made by the children in school are  entered. . - .  Now thatT live in a small community on the sea shore. I have  had a chance to try some of the different things a summer in the  country has in store. Among othefr thinigiy I have won, two prizes  at our Fall Fair, and improved greatly on my swimming and  divin  ���*!*!  Yes, there are lots of summer activities for school children,  whether they live in the city or the country.  The Sports Beat Council BriefsJ  This report will be late-getting into the, censor's; the  reason is a> pleasant one; no  school Friday- When we went  up to the niew school we figured |there :v>ywld^t��be .any  more unscheduled holidays but  what happens���we get 1 pts of  them!JBui tb^i?t iisn't sportsr  aiiid this column is supposed to-  he about sports.  The first tournament... ever  to be held in Elphinstonei  Ju-iioo* Senior High in any  eport took"plia-,ci8;i{H' the way of  a badminton tourney last Tuesday* The Juniors and Seniors  were divided into separate  tournies. Both had an/excep-  jtionaHy good list. of participants- The final results are not  yet known because of the long  elimination IJfet. The tourna-.  ment has had to be carried om  to Tuesday the /21st-      "^  The drawl* were madie by  picking names out of a hat.  Tfoe boys and girls were picked  in pairs-  Mary Jean Kennedy ^ and  John. Marsh, are heavy< favorites to win the mix'ed doubles  in the Seniors, but who can  tell, upset�� have happened  more than, once .before. It's,  e.ven possible that the Dodgers  will win ai world series someday, too, ha!  Don't forget to come up:"to  the new gym, on the 24th and  s'ee John Oliver and- Elphinstone (or the crew-cut clan)  play am exhibition basketball  g>a.me the price is right/ 50  dent,�� for adults, a pretty cheap  evening's entertainment. Seasons passes are om sate; at the  door.  See you at the games!  BASKETBALL  One. of the highlights of this  Season's Basketball will be the,  entertaining of the John Oliver4  High School senior girls' and  senior boys' teams on Saturday January 24th. The games  will be played at the School  Gym, starting with the Girls'  gamrj a;t 8 p-m. and the Boys'  game at 9 p.m- It would be nice  to siee a good turn-out in support of your local teams.  Elphinstone 1 est two more  stud&pts at the beginning of  the New Year- Sundi and Hank  Stroshein left us, bound, for.  Copper-Canyon, B-G. Hank will  be sorely "inlissed from /House-  A's junior basketball^ team/He  was their star center- In a  letter froni Sundi to Mr. Befter-  son she said' she liked the^ new  school but felt a bit lost among  800 stran^irs^ We wish/theih  the/best of/luck in their/hew  surroundings.  ..    Friday; 16th was a .welcome  holiday  for all  the jstudeilts.  There* hatl /been so mueh^rain  that the/water rose ;tqo high;  and the servers wguldn't/run  off. Coinsequently it backed up  into the school- Seemfs like we  are onlyrgoing to average four :  days a week of school If this  weather: keeps up��<���;���; ���   :' ���;  / ^  The dramatic group reports  that althou^h-they have a lar<  nuiiiber of ^members, ^very fe  turn-out for rehearsalsv After  a   hiimber ��� pf   pl^y " rieadings,  they decided on the production .  of "The   E^throoih   Tapv',   a  three-act ���cjpm'e|dy-   This   is  scheduled'to: be presented early  in/March. "���//:;';���"'      ���   ./>: ���--"���;.';���"���:.  Rememb er, Folk's!: Come to  the big gaihe between _-l]>hin-  stone and'/Jolihi Olivieir High/  this Saturday. January 24th!  It is going to be a dandy game!  One -.is gratified tq^see that  our local road crew has at last  filled a few f the pot-holes in  front of the sehool- More power  to them.  W  / ^_     by Eric Lihdwall  Well, contrary to my New  Year's resolution, I went to a.  show the other night / out at  S'echelt, called ���Romance oh the  .High Seas, (those/ sea% niust  have been plenty high because I  was slightly nauseated before  ttoa picture ended,) but then  again/the nausea could have  been delayed action sea-sick-  /ness from driving oyer eight  miles of wash-board 1  ;Wei; slipped/ into the already  darkened theatre after grudgingly; paying y admission and,  .after stumbling over an .endless  sVoyy of feet, found; our seats,  Ka'ttd also a' gob of particularity  sticky guni).        s  Then, the show began- First  of'all there was K cartoon, which  I didn 't see mtteli of--due to  playing pfe:ek~a-boo arbuiid tbe  tall gentleman wearing ai rain  hat who sat /in front of me.  Next came; flash/backs of^1952,  the /most important; events of  the year���they showed a:^picture of a> niuddy road an d I  thought we weriei getting close  Port Mellon  by Vera Swanson ^ -  �����,..- Everyone took advantage of  the two week holiday. Miss  Roge'rsvth^/ primary tfeacher  went to Vernon to be with her  mother. Mrs- Wiren and her  sbffli-went to* Nanaimo- Those  visiting Vancouver were Bos  nell Marl eau and Jimmy  Carlson.  Mr- Cope, the projectionist  treated the children to a free  show^ on Decenib'er 23i^/It: was  enjoyed by 'all-the littlej children- /.'' "/;:;-"'.  /.;:;-;,,::>,-^^/;^;.';-:'������'���".  Our.E/ed Cross^^ presiderit and  secretary left to live in Vancouver, so we e I'.ej^i t e d new  officers.''.//,/ ������."������'���';  to hoine until the commentator  said it was Korea. Oh well, We  all make, mistakes.,;  The main feature^ was next  and,   as   the   title   suggestedy  elv e ry on e fell in* love with  "everyone; els and  I  came .out  of the   theatre feielihgr rather;  /sorry   there   wasn't/" an :loyer--,:'  ��� a biindance  of - -Doris  Days  up  in this neck pi therwoods, /too.;  THIS WEEK'S MUSIC  TchaikowskiV /;  ^T^e Shvan take'*   ":���;''/'  Played by St- Louis Symphony Orchestra;  5 Records ��� 78 KPM ..... ........ r $8.50  Vlaflirair Goldschmann Conducting  In Ivory Plastic  / $27.95  See The "JEWEL" Mantle Radio  Sunset Hardware  At the Student Council meeting   on  Janiiary   9th,   it   was  moved that a committee coti-  ---siting; of Eric 3_indwaii!L Mike  Poolie;, Don Head, Ruth "Brumbaugh and-Ailene Hicks make -  up a system of Block Awards.  Thei style of the skirts for the  veneer-leaders- was ���d e c i d e d  up on by Arlene Hicks.  ..,Ruth Brumbaugh moved that '  Cluck Robinson check the advisability  of  purchasing  sing--  lets   for   the   junior   boy's  baskeitball   team.   IVIike  Poole  moved; that ,th,e  noininations  for /offices in> the  S t u*(l ent  Council begin ' on. January , 11,  and run to January 16th The-  campaiigh^sp^eches   should be  finished before Janiuary 23rd,  when the election will be held-  It  was _also  moved   that   a  committee  consisting  of  Don  Head, Mike Poole and-Wendy  ^  Smith re-neiv the ��^cliool Con-  Btjtution-   Also,    a   letter   of  thanks--.will be sent to the PTA  for   tM-jir; wtonderful   work  at  the annuafl Chrismas party. -  .   Last Minute VOTING News!  Nominations   for   the   post  of  president: Don Head and John  Marsh;     for    Vice-president:   -  Bev  Kane  and   Roy   Duncan;  for   Secretary:   Vera'  Ma nton,  Ruth Brumbaugh and  Arlene  Hi cks;_/ for  . Tremsur*>v:    L^l a  Parnham,   Verna   Bursey   and  Mike Poole.  'CREWcurr  There is a new disease sweeping   the   School,   it's  name is  'Orewcut'- One of its ptfculia-  ritics   is that  it  affects   only   /  boys. Its symptoiiLs are a shortening of the hair, or a dropping  of  the  e,ars-  The first  victim    *'  was 'Mike' Poole, poor, fellow.     '  And about eight other unfortu-    -  nates h-a.v^t followed to date-  To spite the boys with crew  cuts,   the    girl{s    are   talking  about dyeing thear bangs a different   color from   their   hair.  The   girls' ��� mctto   is   "If   the  Boys can do it, so can we"-  The Badminton,  Ping-pong,  and Checker Tournaments are  jn  full  swing  at  present.  No  win.ii/ers have yet been named.  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K---i!--��5-a-MB��MfeMRi<t-^^ (<;  -    Thursday  January  22*  1953      The Coast News  sonews  by W.M. New  Congraula.tians to Mr. and  Mrs- M- F.La.&ager on the arrival  o�� a little brother for Kennie.  Welcome back to Gibsons to  Mr- and Mrs- David-son  (Je.an  Locke)   and  family,   and   Miv  and   Mrs-   Bob.   N orris   and  Robyn-  Our good wishes to Mrs-  Clarkson and Mrs-Keen in  hospital in Vancouver. We are  pleasted to -hear they expect  to be back again soon.  B. W. M. BONE  Chartered  Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  ��� TAtlow  1954 ���  ni_ii  Don't suffer night and day���-with dull,  wearisome aches���or sharp, stabbing  pains. Lead an active life again. Tak.  Templeton's T-R-C's, Canada's largest-  selling proprietary medicine specially  made to bring longed-for relief to sufferer,  from arthritic or rheumatic painu     T-841  g��s%TEMPLETON'S  t-R-C's  wmwww*^  CHEVROLET FOR 1953 has been-expanded to include three series of cars ���Bel Air, "Two-Ten" and  "One-Fifty"^ Available are 16 completely redesigned body types, including three four-do.or  sedans, three two-door sedans, three-station wagons, two sport coupes, two club coupes, two convertibles and a business coupe.". Many new exterior colors, new and luxurious interior finishes and  ���enlarged"?ront and rear vision, are featured, A re-engineered Powerglide automatic transmission for  greater .operating economy and .faster pickup; Power steering; and the .Autronic Eye, an automatic  headlight dimmer, are big car features offered as options at.extra cost. A choice of two; new engines  with increased horsepower is also available. Shown here is the Bel Air^fouf-dodr sedan; 4  I uau_i_iiiiaUi_-U_M-_w_b_  ^Rbft Mfelibri  ;>;���-'' By Mrs. Swan  A very poor turnout at thej  .��� BTA m!eietin,g, bu^the members  Mio were there aefeomplished  quite a; lot. Mrs- C. Graham is  i_i charge of publicity^ :';'V .-.^'K  The'meimbers decided to.buy :v  a movie projector aind scseen  for the school.  A cribbage tournamen.t will"  b>et  held   February   4th-   Time  and  place  will  be  announced  in Howe^Soiuidoff and on the.  Bulletin   Boa?d   at   the   Post  Office* Everybody is' welcome-  ff Refreshments  will  be served.  Mr- C- "Wood,  Chairman  of  for   the,   Burns'   supper   are  the Burn's Club reports plans  pretty    well   completed.   The  supger will be hej4 w\,t%fiaf e_ .  ter-ia,  Saturday, Januray  31st- ���  at seven o'clock.  Following the supper, there  will be a concert with! High-  Jjtad dancing, Jbtajgpipe'/sedec-  tioins, and singing the auld '  . Scottish songs- As . space, is  limited, you are urged to get  >ybur tickets early-  Quite a lot of sick folks here  right now. Mrs. N- Marleau  Back home after a spell ni tiie  -North Viancouver General- Mrs-  G. MacDcnald still v in the hospitals^ Mrs-1 J-, Enemark of Sea-  -side^rill with the ' fiii "over  Ghri&triias had a sudd-e.n relapse' and has been very ill.  Mrs-"-S^ Peterson, visiting her  sister; in West 'Vancouver is  <_uite; sick and b_s been ordered to! bed by her Doctor. Betty  Jan'e^fWood is off school with  a very painful arm- We wish  them|all a speedy recovery;  Congratulations to Mr- and  Mrs. ;Bill Bunns, oh the arrival  of a son�� a pail for Tommy.  Mrs- A- King ��__ Gibsons is  visiting Mrs. C. Dentford for ������-.  a few days- '- ' -  IS  /By GYPSY TOWERS  ;.;":���' It's travel that'sih. the news  this, w^eek- Mrs. Hairry Chaster  taking to the air to be ready"  and waiting in Hamilton* lOnt.  ; f or^the second grariidchild>--  honing it's a bia.by sister for  young Brian Thicke-  It's motorin'g to Portland,  Oregon too for Mr. and Mrs-  James Beaton and Sandy to  baby" sif <fcr daughter Muriel  Wood and Vhusband Harry  while the young couple combines; business gad pleasure o_f  a trip to California and Mevico.  A happy hop at Strqnlbchie,  the evening being enlightened  by excerpts from Robrt Burns  _by~ Mr-Will Bow aird^&ie-ren-:  dition of Tarn c'Shanter b|y  Mr- James Beaton1.     '    ���"  Glad to report Mrs. R.S-  Hodge of Duporth making good  progress after ,he? prolonged  illness, also happy to state  Mrs- Freda Jordon is now hon-  valescing at home after a long  period of hospital-zation and  operations^ ; v' S ��� _  ^Wonder if the Black Ball  lines could be induced to inaugurate, a ferry service to transport the unfortunate motorists  who must"|^p #ie Gower Point  Road at: ^h#^unction: ��� of ; the  Pratt "River! How bad;does the  situation have to be before this  wretched pieciei of road g*sts  a, few culverts and some proper  ditching;   J ;  - Gower   Point's   own   Polar  'Bear Mr. Bedford reporting  the water fine after his mid-  wi/nter swiui^-it\ 'was- the sea  he was in not the. pools in the  roacl. Happy Returns to Mrs���  James Dykes who haJs just  relebrated another birthdiay- A  Jaunt to tow_i fpraMr- Norman  Hough to take advantage; of  the January sales aind that  wr��.p��. up' the Gleanings for  another week.     ^  ERIC BISHOP -  O-TTX Sport* Directorv Erie Bi-hop  "Turn* the Spotlight on;-Sport" every  niftht���-; ��t 11:05 with, 8ummari��>_ of the  du-V activities', iateiryio?**. Wit_i famous  (ii-M, and keen anaiy-i- and oonnmeat  e_t   the  cujrrent   "hot^vii-ue-   hk   -port.  Dial 980 Monday Io Saturday  at ill :05p,mi  FIRST WITH THE NEWS  y.iO   ^^KW   _,    ^v^rt^ii  BfiUUWT(��E  __p_OI>_W_��lt_MI������  For Your  Cook Stove or Furnace Oil  See your Imperial Oil agent,  Reg. Godfrey, Phone Grantham 56  The Uneeda Food Plan  Introduces Your Peninsula Representative  _   Mrs. May Atcheson  New Brighton, Phone Ga_nbl_r Harbour IOC  Wno Has Recently Been  Appointed Ta Thif Area  . ���     ������������ ���..   .������..'      ..,,.������ .���'- ���      ���.. .��� '/',������  Xet her teflsyou hour you can save time, work and-MONEY, and  ' have a better way of living*.  The UNEEDA FOOD PLAN enables voq to have a super-market  ri^ht In your own home.  REMEMBER  For yoiM- convenience and ECONOMY, special aflntngements are  available with the ttNEEDA FOOD PLAN, a GUARANTEE that  ���you will be entitled to purchase your meats and frozen foods at  prices prevaitttiff, at comparatively the SAME SPECIAL SAVING  yovmake on your original order. This is your assurance that you  will definitely not be forced in the future to purchase at prevailing retail prices.  This Guarantee is Active For a Lifetime  The Uneeda Food Plan Is Supported By  "BUTCHER  BOY  PACKAGING   Co."  Listen to broadcasts from CKNW  J  FOR THE VERY  HAEDWARE  CHINA and DRYGQODS  GROCERIES ��� DRUGS  PISHING SUPPLIES^  HOME ESSENTIALS  MURBOGH'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  Use The Coast  New s Glassified  Is New and We Have It!  Phone/ Write or Call, For a Demonstration at Home or the Store  Of This Truly New SUPER-POWERED  Roto-Matic  Swivel Top  Complete WitM All Attachments   $99.95  Terms, Down Payment $12.95, Payments Low as $9.75  Compare These Features  Cannister Type ��� sturdy, well-made attachments  Adjustable suction���- powerful % HP. Motor  Can clean a 22 foot sweep without moving machine  *  All attachments and cord clip on to cannister  Light Weight ��� less than 20 lbs- with all tools!  Disposable dust bag ��� quiet operation  We also carry the General Electric Cleaner at $129.50    And the Preinior Upright Cleaner at $00.50  YOUR   PROGRESSIVE   HARDWARE   MERCHANTS 8  The Coast News      Thursday January  22.  1953  Polio Drive Needs Your Support  . Last summer, Leslie Watson of Surrey, B-Cywfls a typical four-year old boy, playing, laiighimg, crying, getting  diirty, acting like any normal, hea'lthy fpur-y|ear old. Now'  he is sitting up in bed in the Vancouver G'meral Hospital���  a few weeks ago he was flat on his back in an iron lung- He  was aJ victim of'Polio'.  It will be sometime before Leslie: can play 'cowboy'  again, but his doctors are hopeful about his full recovery.  The progress so- far has beem the result of immediate  and'complete care by the Hospital staff, the carte .of Nurse  Coiurtehey, shown with Leslie, and the aids of science already  at their hands-  The next step in his rehabilitation is up to you, through  the Polio Fund, who take care of this following treatment,  to put the^ lad back :cn his feet- Contributions are greatly*  needed this year^���I_e_Jie is only one qf 570 new Polio victims.  ��� ������  Setting two-new records 'for  Peninsula league play, top  honors go tovLaurenee; Crucil's  Pinheads in the Sfeehelt Sports  Club for a 1040 single and 2813  total points- Lead-off man  Frank Yates set the pace with  a 710 high three (249-248-213).  GIBSONS MIXED  Joyce. Connor 256, Helen  Clark 584. Jules Mainil 255���  704, Grayson's 2497- Team  standings at the end of the  first half: Midway 35, Co-op  32, Whizzb'angs. 30-  SECHELT LADIES LEAGUE  Bonnie Linton. 237, "Dorothy  Smith 556, The Wobblers turn  ed in 22p for high team- -The  Ups and Downs, Wobblers a-nd  Bay; Gals are tied for- first  place with 6 points apiece.      .  PENINSULA  COMMERCIAL  Nellie Erickson 193, Sue  Ponsfprd 713, Wilf Nestmati  254, Jackie Nestmati 584- Union  Store 2433 for. high three- M  and W and' Union Store tied  for first with 8 points. I '  SECHELT SPORTS CLUB  Dorothy Smith 240���611,  Frank Yates 249���710. Pin-  heads 2813-  HALF PINS  Irene Tyson 180���270- for  two, Irvine Gary 167���266 for  two- Pin Missers 1307. Pin  Mjssers and Mighty Midguts  tied with 4 points apiece.  v  u  mon  General Store  Sechelt, B.C.  GROCERIES  STAFFORD'S HOT  CHOCOLATE:  Envelopes  .. ...... 69^ doz. 3 for 19^  c  NEW  LOW PRICE  ON  TEA  "NABOB"   Deluxe Tea Bags:  ........'.'. 125s   $1.19  "NABOB"   Green Label: l's   88#  January Clearance Sale  In Our Drygoods Dept.  MEATS     '  SIRLOIN STEAK: Choice "A"    per lb-   82^  SMOKED  JOWLS:   ........ .T....'    per lb-   32��*  BOTH SATURDAY ONLY  social ureost Meeting  (Continued from page 1)  Venezuela,,. yet they have, a  high; standard of livin g,beauti-  fuily developed cities, \hig__-i  ways, b r i d g e s,. etc- in the  country, ail paid for in this  way- He 'quoted, the-soundness  of the currency of that country  also, and stated that in a few  yeairs, Venezuela would have  a nation second to none in  living-standards and national  security. : ,^        .  Mr- Rurdue then introduced  Mr. No at Murphy, who was,  he said, a-.student of, and a  lecturer upon, the subject of  Social. Credit-  Miv Murphy began by urging  ia-11 men to-think (about their  gov_3Tnnieihit) now, rather than  in the silence and security of  space after- death- Quoting  : -DeimoiSthl'iiiieSj he asked, VDo  you 'beleive in the success \of  ai policy, that brought you to .  failure!" and again/ AVinston  Churchill, urging the '/freeing  of Science from the galleys of  destruction;, to bring the benefits to the homes of all lands".  He claimed tifoe reoeirit' great  depression "of the" pre-war  period was ��� -f ramis.d" by  finance- ,  It  affected  all  the  nations  except Russiay Italy, .Japan:-and  GPermiiny,: -those nations .that  we_*e preparing/:f or "war-  He quoted figures from the  pamphlet "Canada)  at  War"  to- show that there were close  to two millions   of  Canada's  citizens engaged-in the armed  services   arid   war. industries;.  These   people; '/necessary    for  war,   prdflueecT nothing   that  could bemused for Peace-time  consumption-  He also'contrasted the conduct    of'u/certain    proaninient  government' figures of the times,  ttfwiards younj* men during the  depression*,   -atad    during    the  wUr*   During  the  Depression,  he said, owe" Premier of Canada  had   called'"the   unemployed. ���-.  'Human Direlicts', but during  war   times,* the   government  could   spend  from  75  to   10��  thousand on each man, pneparing him forxhis job in the front  lines- When   nnempk^ed, _he,  was worth either ,25  ae-its or  './his board in jail. On his return  ' froan active service, we cpuld  afford..fro-!i four to five thousand dollars  only, to prepare  him for Life- He asked why it  - was not a^ easy to raise funds  for ..roads/hospitals, and other  .vial;u a b 1 e,   wieaith-creating  works in peacetime as it was  to raise immense sums for the -  conduct .pf wars.;  - ���    Thiei    principle    of     Social  Credit,   Mr.    Murphy   stated,  was "The monetkiation of the  Nation's credit for the bemefit-  of the .people''.       -   <"-  He also stated that, while _  /'thiei Banks of the country  render valiuable service as the  b ok-keepers of th�� nation,  they actually produce nothing  for that nation". He also stated  . that "Banks create money''out  of n thing, leiisdinig at rates of  interest that becomes the debt  ��� i���r������ii���i-  ��� - ...���  Local Lad  Buys Business  The trucking company formerly operated by Ed Laidlaw,  ia.t Roberts Creek, was taken  over by Edward Shaw recently.  Young Shaw, soni of Mr. and  Mrs. E-J- Shaw, since leaving  High School; at Gibsons two.  years ago lias grained business  experience in( Vancouver and  thp. interior, and enters the new  business with confidence.  At present his trucks are  making bi���weekly trips to  Vancouver-'  The best wishes of his  friends are tTladered to this  enterprising youth-  of individuals". In support of  this, he quoted questions and s  answers from a Victory-Bond  salesman's prospectus.  It is the contention of Social  Credit that the people should   '  take the privilege <-f creating  of credit-into their own hands,  as Government, and out of the  hands of the Banks. Tine; Banks,  he contended, should -continue  in their useful and vital function of the Nation's Book-  Keiepers. ��� ';���' *  ^  2nd Senes  5 -- Game Series  - :$25.00 Gash To Winner  Commences Friday Jan. 30th?  EVERYONE   WELCOME   ���   CANADIAN   LEGION   HALL  5 Games;$1-50: --Tickets ���-E. Sargent and S. Fladager  T~"  : cash specials  Stock Clearance^  Good Quality Rayon Hose  Rayon Lingerie Panties .49^  ; V  Sechelt, B.C.  /  L  A Representative of the  Pacific Diamond Drilling Co.  of; Vancouver  Will be in Pender Harbour  in the near future,  to meet anyone cjesiririg  Water,^  For infoiinatipn, contact  Mr. Filichan  Pender Harbour Lodge, Irvine's Landing  Phone  6-C-  i  1951 BUICK   DELUXE   SEDAN:  low mileage, like new ............  1951   AUSTIN DELUXE SEDAN:  From  Town,  low  mileage   ......  ����������������*  -��� $2795  $1295  ���ortation Special  1933 Pontiac Sedan - -  ���  $95.00  USED TRUCKS  1952 AUSTIN ."A-7oV��- PICKUP: % Ton  1950 CHEVROLET: PICKUP */_ Ton  just like new; all new tires   *���****�����**  $1495  ....,.;................... $1495  1949 FORD PICKUP: Y% Ton, new tires   $895  1947 INTERNATIONAL 1 Ton: flat deck ami tarp    ...  $795  Army 4X4 Ford: Tires Like New ���   ��� $595.  oo  otor Products Ltd,  ii rr\  The name that means a good deal."  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