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 PROVINCIAL  vie r  Provincial Libr  Victoria* B�� C.  Phone your news or  orders to  Seventh Year of Publication    Thursday March 12, 1953    Vol.-7 --. 10-      Published in GIBSONS, B.C.     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  if urcnepa  as Soot! Iiiienc  ommissiorsers  -Law  mendment  At Roberts Creek last Friday  evening a near capacity audi- Tuesday evening the Village Commissioners met to attend  ei.ee gathered in t^e Commu- t0 a ratheE mi slate of business, including the reading of the  ^nv^'fr1!1' Traffic Byiaw  ainmendments. A donation of fifty dollars to-  r^^edbyjh^h^evu^eek warcVthe Kii stoeai>s P5?lvgromid improvement was approved,  btrmg Orchestra, finder  the It s0 happens that this amount almost equals the amount of the  taxes on this piece, of property.  * \��t  Members of the Sechelt Fire Brigade, reading from left to right sure:  T. RobilLiard, E Prendergast, W, MMaftoff, F.J. Mills Fire Chief, H.  Billiitgsly Asst. Fire Chief, M^ Remstreet, T. Parish, T. Gory, H.  Doucette, F. Holland. The �� allowing;xnem_Hers were not present when  photographivas taken: Chas. Stewart, W. BiBingsly,ii. Nelson; S.  Wakefield, J. Rogers, A.A. Sim. .:  Robert Telford  v   On Monday, March9th, :tbe  members of the Sechelt SehooF  Board-satthrough a very long  feesfeaon  of  discussions of  the  ; problems and and busincs of  the district, receiviuig various  reports, and discussing matters  pertaining to all facets of the  administration, of what has  growl- to> be major business in  v'ibe community-  |^ Mr. D- Macklin. of Port Mellon  4Wa& sworn  in as trustee, re-  :'��������� Gib&b|Qs ard the Peninsula  generally feel' keenly the loss  of omie of hev b e st lonow��� citizens' in tlie passing of Robert  Telford, local agent |or the  B.C- P1 ow e r Commissioni irii  Gibsons.  At his work oh Tbursday,  Mr- Telford felt he wasi not  \vel5v 'aid' Wjent hfome early.  Dr- Inglis was called to attend  able direction of Miss Margaret MaelLtyre-        -'4  The program, varied from a  Reel Medley and,'%. group of  Scandinavian Airs to the Rosa-  munde Overture was well received. Particularly! enjoyable  was the performance of the  Andante Movement of the  Double Coneerto^by Bach,  played.by Miss MaelLtyre and  'Erie I_mdwa'lL     . p' ���  The soprano soIb<�� of Mary-  Jeiah Kejroniedy br^bugiht calls  for 'More', and though unprepared for such an ovation^  young Mary Jean pleased her  audience with two, more solos.  ErLiePearsoni, bfethe Sechelt  Board of Trade, spoke on the  objects of the concert, and Erie  Lindwali anrouncid the Program selections.  The request for a thousand  dollars from the Fire Department for equipment was held  over until funds are available.  Two    letters    from    'Tony'  Gargrave, MLA were received,,  dealing   with   the   Municipal  ;��� Assistance   and   the   Taxation  and Assessment Act,  ���It appears that there will be  further revision: in these Acts  in a_u Attempt to meet some  of the more serious objections.  A very comprehensive brief  from Colin D. McQuarry, QC-,  of TJ-B.G.M- was received upon  the same subject, re taxation.,  assessments ard grants. His  report admittedly does not  clarify the situation-  The Clerk, Robert Burns, re-  The proceeds, pi* the ticket    ported upon his attendance at  sales were dividecLftetweeh t^e  Sechelt Board of Tlade and the  Roberts Creek ' Jfall-; Board,  with the Orchestr^, reservii g  sufficiaiii funds to j>ay for the  repairs   to   the   Double, Bass,  him. Suffering ^ from a heart which has beefy added to the  ailment he passed away quietly orchestra this past season, on  o;n, Friday night, March 6th- loan from Dr., Hugh Inglis.  He leaves his wife, Mary, hi��  daughter; Margaret, (Mrs. S-A-"  troduced a By-Law to amend.  Traffic By-Law 93- This was  given its first reading, Copies  are being seot to the Department of Public Works and to  the Traffic- Branch iRCM.jP-  for approval-  The following are the main  vpoints of the Amendments:  ' Limited Parking (two Hours)  provided im the following  areas: East side of GoWer Road  and West side of Marine Drive  from Beach Avenue to the  Church Corner. Angle parking  will bfe permitted in certain'  areas, such as in front of the  School Board Office, and other  areas to be later designated*  This may be done by resolution, within* the commission, in  areas al ready approved.  Maintenance of Pedestrian  access to properties is also provided for. It is expected thaU  these amjendmevts. will serv��  to improve the parking situar  tion in Gibsons, av d will provide greater facilities for those  from outside the Village.  CHIMNEY FERE  #p|a��!ing  Mi\s.? ParR<_i^~who__$   ^ruemaBX^AW^^hig-rson-Cedrie, - 9AS?^rWT!^KJ?Al^CrE  resignation was accepted' due  1   to her leaving the area.  "'���'���;���'. It was decided to : have a  joint dinner meetii g of the  School Trustees and Teachers  of the district on March 21st,  at Sechelt- This is to be in the  nature of a ^Getting Acquainted' meeting, that each group  may" better a p p r e e la t e the  nature of the problems and  work of the other-.  The report was received of  the Board of ArbitrationVin the  matter of the salaries of the  Teachii g   Staff.   The   recom-  ;:? mendation of the Board to continue the salaries at. the 1952  level was approved by the  School Board.  The Budget for 1953 has been  tentatively   approved   by   the  Department .of Education, ex  cept   for   a   small   downward  revisiom  of the ' amour.t   allocated for 'Teachinig Supplies'-  The report of the Fire Marshall: was received, recommending  some small changes aild adjust- -  menrts about the buildings. This  caused some comment and discussion , since the original plans  for the High School had been"  completely approved- by this  department-  ..;.' Donations were received, and  greatly appreciated by* the  School Board- They were from  (Conitinued on page 8)  (See School Board)  Guides And Brownies  Have Good Meeting  The March meeting of .the  Local Association sponsoring  Girl Guides and Brownies was  held recently at .the home of  Mrs. S e.r g a n t, witl a good  attendiance and^eeveral new  members-  Mrsv Robertson %yas appointed , to attend the Girl Guide  Annual Convention to be held  this month in Victoria. Tickets  are now'being sold on a box of  groceries to help the funds of  the Association-.  presently ^of Prifce Uupert.  Borjn; in 1879 in England, he  made his ,first appearance in  Gibsons in 1905- He married  Miss Mary E- Bailey, June  ' 16, 1908, at St. John's Church,  Buri.aby, and from them until  1914, he came often to what  . he .-called his'camp** ���  lin 1914 he enlisted with the  ., Irish Fusiliers. Senjt to Vernqii,  He was transferred to the 62nd  Battalioini, ai.d then to the 54th  Kooteniay Battalion-  ^v. Bob returned from overseas  in Jui-e 1919, with the rank of  . B-C.JVLS.,  on discharge.  At Claybourne, B-C-, Bob  worked .'as. time-keeper for the  CPR, contimuing as accountant  . for five years. Followinig this,  the Telfords went to California,  where various firms provided  employ meit in\ accountancy,  such as the Lake Arrowhead  Company. The family returned  to Canada in. 19'30.  .I-ni' 1933,  the   family movjed  to Gibsoiisi to stay- Mrs-�� Telford's mother lived iii/the  Landdng at that time, and con'-  tirued to live beside th em-  Mr.  Telford's first  business  in Gibsons was that of Registrar for'employable unemployed  persons; In 1937, lie took over  the Post Office from Mr? W-W-  Winni, a;nid himself retired from  the post-office in 1951-  Interested at all times in the  deve!opme;wt of the community,  Bob was a life member of the  Canadian Legion, was an active  A Chimney fire at the home  of Berne-1 Gordon, created a  little excitement in the Village  Centre at approximately 10:30  a.m- Tuesday, morning. Quick  action; on the part of Bill(Ko)I-  terman of Halfmoon Bay".and  the imanediate arrival of the  Sechelt Volunteer Fire Brigade  got it under control in short  order* - ' .! ���  thtei, co'niference  of  Provinicial  ..Assessors-   Bill   45   had   been  studied there, ar-d discussed hi  ��� detail.   Th e  Association! is   in  favor of the Act, which tends  to    equalize   assessm, en't s  throughout  the  Province,  o' e  of the objectives of the Association ever since its inception.  Other provisioi s are  still hot  entirely clear. ^3  -   ' The-' Glerk-- has ^writtehtK^t^SSS^S^  claritication of certain ���'pomts'���;;"#i^��^gi^^Sii^i^#'?-'^^^-v-i-:-r^''-^;  in the Act to the Department  of Finance. A report upon this  is yet to be received-  The Clerk was instructed to'  \acknowledge with thanks the  letters" of Mr- Gargrave in ex-  pWationi of- thife; Legislation  upon' Municipal Financing.  A letter from B-S. Love was .  read' stating that the Department of Public Works has no  immediate plans for rock work  in wide? ing of the Gower Point  Road in; the Gospel Rock sec-.  tion.  Commissioner Schutz reported that the laying of brai-ch  lines of the Water system were,  in; spite of having struck some  very difficult "��� territory, very  nearly completed-  Hie weiri-drillir^ has proceeded satisfactorily, two six-  inch casings having beem put  down   to   depths   of   approxi-  Robert Telford  Church, im which Mr. Telford  had been active foia number  of years, was crowded for th e  funeral service, so that many  who came! to pay th Mr last  respects stood out in- the rai;  The Rev, H-U- Oswald took  member' of the Board of Trade, the regular service, the Masons.  and a member of the Masonic    from   the   entire   community  Lodge- He was also a member  of the -Cemetery Board for a  number of years.  Sirce his retirement im 1951,  joined in their rites for their  departed brother, and from tbe  many members of the Canadian  Legion"  present,   a   guard   of  Bob was the local agent for honor was formed. Dave Herrin  the B.C- Power Commission, was in charge of this group,  and occupied the rest of his with Mr. J- Connor command-  time gfcrd&nirig and making irg the honor guard-  improveanets im the home, and The Masons made up the.  lendir g a hand to his wife, who , party of Pall Bearers, and con-  has latterly needed the assist- tinued their colorful rites at  anee of Bob's sight to snppH- the graveside at the Sea View  ment her own- ' cemetery, in spite of the down-  St. Bartholomew's Anglican    pour-  mately forty-o: e a^d 52 feet-  The flow from, these two  sources shows considerable increase upon pumping-     ;"..'v-  .A discussion> upon the delin-  qency   in   payment   of   Trade  licenses   resulted in  instructions   to   the   Clerk   to   serve  notice  upon   such   clelinque? ts  that after two weeks from such  notification,   prosecution   pro-  ceedirgs  would  be  instituted.  Tho.sle  delinquent   in  Water  Rates payments  in areas  outside the Village would be roti-  fied that servitce would be dis-  eontir.aied.  Commissioner Ballentine reported o,n the survey of property lines on Seaview Road- It  was found that many property "  owners have encroached upon  the right of way with' fences,  buildings and stored materials-  In order to provide for the  proposed widening and regra-  ding, the Clerk was instructed  to write letters requiring that  such   obstructions   be 0 mdved  back to  within property lir.es  within thirty days-  The Rates By-Law was given  final approval. Mr. Schutz inr  At a  three hour session of  the  Executive  of  the  Sechelfc  Branch Caiadian Legion held  February 24th, tentative plans  were laid for a public   Coronation Celebration,-to be held at  the* school' grounds at Sechelt  on Coronation Day June 2nd-  Pla'ns   include   full   attendance of all school children, a  parade and flag ceremony Ted  by the Legion aind Ladies Auxiliary, and the Sechelt Indian  Band  under ��� Chief  C Ir a r 1 i e  Graigan..:  By spearheadii g the celebration the Legion hopes for a  large turnout of citizens from  all over the Penii sula who-  wish to pay homage to our  Queen on that day- Final plan.&  will be co: eluded at a, later  -meeting-  The aiimuail Legion, Day  E^'ent, July 1st, was discussed,  ard Mr- Max Tracy, last year's  chairman given the green light  to start preparations for this  year. It is hoped that the May  Queen' a: d Attendants will  again  participate.  Sports and Concert  For School Opening  The official opendng with ail  due ceremony, of the Day .  School of the Indian Residential School at Sechelt will  be held on April seventh- The  ceremonies will be conducted  by Mr.. A-G. Taylor, with the  assistance o(E Father Q'Shfca-  ��� who'is presently iu charge of  the school  as a. whole-  It is hoped to have a full  day of sports, with a concert  in the eveninig- The eoueert.  under the direction of Sister  Pierre Ceilestine, will! be the  p e v f 0 r m a n- c e of the whole  school- The Coast News     Thursday  March  12, 1953  (Established 1945)  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.  Member B.C. Weekly Newspaper Advertising Bureau  SAMUEL    NUTTER,'  Publisher  DO  WORTMAN,  Editor  Published every Thursday at Gibsons, B.C.  authorized  as second  class mail,   Post  Office  Department,   Ottawa-  Rates of Subscription: 12 mos. $2100; 6 mos. S1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign, ��2.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45W  Box 6, Gibsons. British Columbia.  dltodatd  Education We  Fifty years ago an adult visiting a school room found little  difference in it from then, one he had attended as a child- He came,  .-he saw, and generally he approved.  But gradually the school did change. The time came when  the adult failed to recognize the classroom of his own youth-  Then) he ceased to visit it.  Education Week was devised some years ago as a scheme to  bring the adult back to the school and an awareness' of the school  into the home. As is the case with oth&r "Weeks",-'is singles  out one short span, of time in which to emphasize and highlight  a function that goes on; the year around.  A week ago parents and other adults showed that they are  still interested in what the schools are doing- The fact that  some remained puzzled even after their visi�� is itself significant,  for it indicates how complicated the whole picture is.  It is complicated because the world around it is complicated.  A simple horse and buggy school would be out of place- in this  age of atomic fission and jet propulsion- The simple things must,  and" do, endure, but simplicity alone today denotes a failure to  grasp reality.  Adult Night and Open House are but scratches on the surface of what $ducatoin Week can do. Elsewhere on this page  appears a report made by two local students who represented  our school district at the University of British Columbia to lear,n  something of what itihas to offer- This is but another scratch.  Addfed and multiplied',-however, all such efforts can bring out a  pattern, an awareness and an understanding of what Education,  in. its broadest, sense, can. mean.  Gibsons Weather  ��� mi | ]     . ��� -        '        ���  i r. '- ��� ". 1   i -  by R. H. Kennett  February ifr Gibsons was, as  far as the records was concerned, a chilly but pleasant month  which saw tlie village receive  only a- little more than- or.��  half it's normal precipitation.  ^Residents also escaped excessive snowfall and raw Squam-  ish winds- .-.������.'  i The rare . note to the February scene was. the occurrence  of heavy thunder squalls on  the eventing of February 3rd,  leaving some one fifth of an  3,)])eh of rain in a matter of  minutes-  February completed its fling,  and passed into history with  a mixture of hail, snow flurries,  raw winds, and sunny intervals all on the last day of the  month���leaving little doubt  whether March arrived like  the proverbial 'Lion or Lamb'-  Figuratively speaking, the  February   records reveal  the  following results: Total precipitation 3.37^/jinches, v witfi-^ess  than onei iiich of snow. There  were 11   days  with  rainy, and  3 days with snow. Wettest Say  was  February 6th,  when -lit)  inches of rain. fell. Mean morning temperature  (8 a.m.)  was  36.7  degrees,  while  the mean  evening temperature   (8  p-m-)  was    37   degrees.    Prevailing  breezes    were   west    through  ���nortWest,  and o_i,e  g*de from  the west was recorded on St.  Valentine's Day.  Sechelt Weather  by W.A. Young-nan  ���- The wettest Jan u a_r y in  weather records produced 841  inches, of raiip in Sechelt���to  top the January 1951 record  of 7.94 inches- January 1st was  the coldest day, 29 degrees  Fahrenheit with Janriary 31st  the warmest at 55 degrees-  In February there were 15  clays without measurable precipitation and a total of 2.16  inches,   1.01   inches   of  which  "  On or About March 27th  A New Store  Will Open In Gibsons  All New Merchandise  Men's Wear & Accessories  We Cater To The Needs Of M E N  LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED  MARINE   MEN'S    WEAR  by Eric Lindwall  I suppose that for the col-  11111,11' this week, the heading  should be changed to "As We  Saw It'7 because this is to be  a summary, told by Edith Jack  and me .about our trip to��� the  Kigh School Conference at  U.B.C- last week-  Our first stop was at Brock  Hall for Registration where we  were issued various maps, booklets aid tickets- Introductory  remarks were made by Jack  Scott, the chairman of this  committee. Dr. N.A-M- Mae-  Kenzie, president of the University amd Eaghbir Basi,' preside: t of the Student's Council,  .spoke- The gist of-, their remarks  was a welcome to the delegates  and a hope that the conference  would " bring something of  TI-B-C's opportunities" to the  high school student.  Dr. Maelven-zie felt that the  student must have ."proper-  personal temperament, interest  and ability-'' to make a success  of U-B.C- in the four,to lire  years he will be there and "it  is a lot of time, that, if not,  going to be useful, will be  wasted-" He assured us that  there are many openings in the  province for those qualified to  take higher education.  The next speaker was Terry  Nicholls, a University student,  who,, in;" his. talk "Why Have  a High School. Co/niferen ccj ''  impressed upon, its'.: tlie importance of choosing courses ar d  field of iftudy which would  benefit us \i/n>. later .years at  U.BC.  :-:|-;:v r-y        :  After this, we/;jyere given a  few min u t e s-to catch our  breath'.bjef ore -prof ���'  S-  Read ���  . .To^^p^KTwl^eir' he gave''"H ^  short ^history' of the beginnings  of tlie university. Tie said ifni  talk thatOthe- purpose of the  university, as well as teaching  a professiion,. was jr^seiareh���  '' to ope/n/ the whole realm of  knowledge."  After lunch Prof- F.D- Mac-  Pheej, director of Commerce,  spoke to us about the advantages of a ..University diploma ���  . -     r.     -    ^.T"        ~p '    ~~  fell on the'same day-Low. temperature ��$r the: month: was 25  degrees Fahrenheit on Feb-  ruary 23rd- Two inches of snow .  on thet. mornii-ig of the 28th  completed the monthly record.  Time of observation is 9 a.m.  each/day-v  Ijii answer to  the question of  . what students, get out of university he told us that as well  as   acquiring  knowledge,   the  student   learns   to   define   his  own   set   of   values,   establish  life-lonig' friendships,  open  up  the   depth   and  breadth   of  human culture, get a good paying job  and become a worth-  (Continued  on page 6)  (See U-B-C- Conference)  "EAT    LIKE    A   jMItOONAlRE  ON   A   HAMBURGER   BUDGET"  National Food! PBari Ltd,  Phone   TAtlow  2541  Gibsons  78, or Sechelt 61R  BARRY and BETTY  ... the tuneful twb-ome who. daily bring  their lilting song* your way and featuring  the  keyboard styling*  of Barry.   Listen  each day for your favorite wngi.  Dial 980 Monday, W��dnasday and  Friday o$ 5i4S p.m.  '"'  and  Tuesday and  Thursday at 9:45  a.m.  Bal's Block,  Cribsons.  :fiRSi��ITH^E:HEiS;  TW  SOIL  Deliver    Anywhere  Sechelt Building Supplies  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gihsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Why go to Vancouver for  ODtical Service?  1  We Place ^Our Case Before The  i  Bar Of Public Opinion  For several months now we, the employees of the pro,  vincial Government, have been seeking from the Government the right to Arbitration of our conditions of work���  without success. This d/_spite the fact that during the last!  election campaign, 29 Social Credit candidates expressed  themselves in favour of the principle of arMtration for  Government employees. Eleven, of these 29 were elected,  c>i whom six are members of the present cabinet���iiK&uding  the Minister of Labour. We feel that the continued refusal  of the.. Government to grant us what is now the common  possession of all other groups of employees in the Province  ���the right to Arbitration���forces us to seek the support of  a higher authority in our request���that of The People. Why  is it that Government Employees���who, serve jyou, the  public���are anxious to have this right of Arbitration?  Firstly.- The right of employees to cooperate with each  other and to bargain collectively with .their employers over  itheir conditons of work has existed for generations. This  right is now a civil right, guaranteed by. law to. all groups,  of organised employees in our Province, except us. This  right has developed over centuries and is deeply rooted in  our political and economic development. It has folowed  logically from"this that laws have been passed, enabling  employees and employers to submit their differences respecting wages and working conditions to conciliation and  arbitration  Secondly; in the pasty Provincial Goverrimeaits have  passed such legislation as: The Annual Holidays Act,  guaranteeing annual holidays; the Minimum Wage Act  .to provide a minimum wage; the Hours of Work Act, setting  forth the maximum hours that may be worked; and many  similar Act- regulating working conditions of employees.  The Government has also passed the Industrial Conciliar-  tion and Arbitration Act which provides the right to Con,  ciliation and Arbitration. All this legislation has been  passed by our Provincial Governments in the interests of  all employees in the Province, except. their own employees.  Why is this so? Because Section 35 of the Interpo-etation  Act places the Government above; the l^ws it legislates*'  Thus, white the Government can pass, and; has. passed,  legislation regulating the labour relations of alL orther. employers in the Province, it refuses to be bound by its own  laws in dealing- with its own employees. The B.C. Govern-  meiut Employees Association, representing 10,000 Government employees, feels that this is a.complete negation of  democratic " principles. We vbelieve���. and public opinion,  agrees���that what is good enough for all other employers,  should be good enough for the Government.  Thirdly: The right of arbitration has been extended' to  employees inv the industrial or. economic sector of four  economy. It has also been extended to all other groups of  employees who provide vital public services, such as���'  nurses, teachers, policemen firemen, employees of civic and  municipal governments, etc It has never been extended  * to Provincial Government Employees aithough they are.  prepared to forego the right to take strike action, in return  fcxr the Right to Arbitration with binding award.  The B.C. Government Employees Association feels that  this relegation of Government employees to a seco-sd-eLass,  , -eve! of citizenship is umfair and uiiwp^arited d^cripaina-  ��Lo_l Refusal.of the Government to act on our inquest for  ArMta^ation forces Ctover-unent employees to ^appeal to  fheir last court of resource���to you the1 people���for support in graining what is not merely a condition of employ.  taiWtfkj but; a, civil right We therefore asfcyou to. write or  wire your M.L.A. today, asking him to support, oa the floor .  of the I-egislature, th�� right of Goverhment employees to  Arbitration.  B.C. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES A^OOIATION,  902 HELMCKEN ST., VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  (Thle First in a Series of Two Public Messages) f-f-_TTilfl--r_1lTlinill  ,. Editor, The Coast News,  Sir: ���  May we request your valuable space to place before your  readers the following: Open  Letter to your local "Member  of The Legislature?  Anthony Gargrave ML A' for  Mackenzie,  Sir :  Wc, the. employees of the  Provincial Government, are the  ��� only group of employees in  BC. who are denied the risrht,  to Co> ciliation and Arbitration  This right of the worker, to.  bargain with his employer over  working conditions, is guaranteed as a civil right to all other  workers under Provincial Law  except, us- For several mo: ths  we have appealed to the Government to grant us; this right  ..which we have been seeking  from previous- Governments  for over five years. Our efforts  on behalf of some 10,000 Provincial Government employees  have m,et with refusal. The  present Cabiret's only ,action:  has been to suggest' hoisting  our request for a further six  months "to'-study, the principle". We rejected this on the  ground that we are only requesting recognition* of a cjvil  right which already is a matter  of principle-;���established. . by  law years ago-  ���   Om   February   5th   last   We  wired  the  Hon-   The  Premier  expressir g our disappointment  of, his   Government's  lack   of  . recognition   of' this   prin ciple*.  We also  stated that we were  prepared   to* participate   in  a  study of the application of the.  principle���  if  our   civil 'right  was   recognized    To   date   we  have not even had the courtesy  of a reply from the Premier-  Having thus had our rightful   request, ignored,   we   are:  now  placing jour  case   before  the  -high est. authority���the  people-   We   believe   that   the  people    of   British    Columbia  support, us  wholeheartedly  in  this deniaind.  The Industrial and Conciliation Act was passed, by our  Provincial Govemmens in the  interests of all employees in  this provnce���yet the Govemv-  menit refuses to he bound by its  own laws in dealing with its?  owtni employees- This is a complete relation of democratic  principles,   and  is  discriinina-  v  PAKHT-Vr.  With  C.I.L. Paints &  "SPEED-EASY"  Interior & Exterior  Paints & Undercoats  Varnish Removers  Varnishes  The best paint buy  Let Us Show You  Color Charts, Plans,  Decorator Hints.  Peninsula  Building Suppi  tory to say the least- It places,  us, who serve the public, in the  category of second-class citizenship. Is this democracy? Is  this justice? Is this Canadian-  ism? We do not think so. Do  you? We dom't think you do  because when you were a candidate in* the last election you  expressed yourself in favour  of the principle of Arbitration  for Government employees in  answer to direct questions from  representatives of our Association- We would also point out  that 31 of the present government's candidates so expressed  themselves. Eleven of these  were elected, and of this i timber, six are now Cabinet mini  sters.  The time is long since passed  when, this injustice should be  righted without further delay-  We therefore publicly and respectfully appeal to you to  exert the influence of your  Legislative  office to this eind-  EP- O'Connor,  General Secretary,  B.C. Government  Employees' Association.  "fiAT    LIKE    A   (MILLIONAIRE  ON   A   HAMBURGER   BUDGET"  Thursday -March  12, 1953      The Coast N.ews  ��������  New and Used  WIRE ROPE  Phone   TAtlow   2541  Gibsons 78? or  Sechelt 61R  For Your  Cook Stove or Furnace Oil  See your imperial Oil agent,  Reg, Godfrey/* Phone Grantham* 56  LOGGING1 EQUIPMENT  At Vancouver Prices  P.M. Power Saws, Sales and Service  "To Logging Industry  FOR SALE: A One-Drum DONKEY  With Model "A" Motor  eal For Boom-Winch        $395.00  Phone Sechelt 54-W  re that  \ j  are  ;'   GUSIQML1NE;  FOkDdR'SEDAN  *Fordomatic Drive, Overdrive and  sidewall tires optional at extra cost.  YOUR FORD DEALER WILL GLADLY ARRANGE FOR YOU TO.  Before you buy any car���see ... check . . . compare the  '53 Ford. For here's the car that's built to change your  mind so many ways! Step inside���enjoy the difference in  comfort on deep wide seats with soft, foam rubber  cushions... run your hands over the fabrics and feel the  difference in quality . . . look all around���at the luxury  interior trims, the spacious roominess, the Full-Circle  Visibility! But, more than this . .. Test-Drive it���watch  how its "Wonder Ride" smooths out the roughest roads  ���how easy it is to handle on hills and highways���on  turns and in traffic! Test-Drive Ford's V-8 difference-  its V-8 smoothness���with the Strato-Star 110-Hp. V-8���  the kind of engine that powers the finest cars���and yet  Ford is priced with the lowest. Add to all'these extras  Ford's three-way choice of transmissions���Fordomatic*,  Overdrive* or Synchro-Silent Shift. Yes! Check what  you're missing, in comfort,' .luxary~~a��d .performariccr-  you'll make the change that thousands are making, to  Ford in '53! When Ford offers you so much more, so  many ways ...  WHY TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST?  POWERED with the finest  PRICED with the lowest  .. T��ST-DR/\/��  No. 2  Wilson Creek  No. 3  mm 4mim  *i|Nf^  Phone 30-J  5_____S__ffi  Sechelt.  aSg-_3-Bg~-S-B-l  Ad. No. V8-53-5C���4 cols, x 150 lines, Newspapers, SA-60���M 4  The Coast News     Thursday March  12, 1953  e ���_  Biggest news of the week  w.as Andy Leslie's terrific 827  &ar the D-8's in. the Sechelt  Sports Club last Friday. Andy  rolled 243���241���343 for high  three honors for the alley- The  _D~S's also chalked up. a record  2896 for total points. Micky  Ooe and Wally Smith shared  Mgh single honors in the Ten  Fin.League with a very healthy  5309 apiece.  ITENPIN LEAGUE  Micky Coe 209, Wally Smith 209.  ISTevi Baldassi   543.  Hansen's   1863.  C-Tkils 29, Nelsons 25, Hit'n Miss 21.  GIBSONS IvIIXED  Be3e_i Thorbum 561. Letty Dawson  __26. Jim Drunimond 64Sr-269. Daw.  ��cn?s Taxi 2580. Co-op 21 points.  SECHELT  LADIES  I_ve   Moscrip   654���289.   Gutter-  tvifxs   2383.  ���   Guttersnipes   22%  points, Die Hafds 21, Totems 19.  PENINSULA COMMEBCIAI,  ���_S_r*- Smith; 1550.. t_0a ladred 211.  ; _Bc��'kent 708? *l__iure_ici^t^--ueil 251.  Uiiaon Store 2576. M and W, and  Ttoixm.    Store    26    points.    Union  _3-e-_a_ships 22.  mxmMrr sports club  Betty  Berry  554.   Ffc>  Malakoff  ��__k   Aildy   Leslie   827���343t   _>_8's  SW6. Holey Rollers 24 points King-  I-tas and Ninetycenters 22 apiece.  BALL AND CHAIN  Eve Mtoscrip 663���271. Don Caldwell 667. Tom Ritchie 258. Missing  l___j_s 24 points, Seagulls 19.  HALFPINS  Uaarlene  Laycock  274���1{J6.   Ray_  m&nd  Pinchbsck  335���172.   Mighty*  Midgets 1337 for two.    '  Port Mellon  Briefs  By Mrs. Swan  There was a good attendance,  and much enjoyment at the  Firemen's Ball here- The novelties   matched   the   occasion,  at the sudderu and tragic death  af Donald MacKenzie in West  Vancouver* Donald attended  school here for quite a few  years- His father. Gordon MacKenzie operated Seaside Hotel  here for quite a few j^ears.  After Gordon's death four  years ago- Mrs. MacKenzie  carried on with the hotel, them  moved to Vancouver- The sympathy of the entire community  beiin.'g   small    fireman. ?s   hats,  axes  and   sirens-  Supper  was    is extended to Mrs. MacKenzie  served at midnight,  and dan-    in.   her   loss,   made   the   more  eing   continued  to   the  music  of the Mellonaires until two.  Mrs- Hume was the hostess  at a. birthday party for husband Ernie. A lovely birthday  cake, decorated in green and  white, centered the table- Ernie  took several photos of the  guests- They wil be something  to see.  That Bird has been visiting  Port Mellon again" This time-  its a son, for the Joe Macey Ts  and a daughter for the Del  Pitmars. The Wilf Gray's baby  arrived 'home on Sunday last-  Congratulations- to the proud  ,��� parents-        ��� ���;��� ��� y'- .v..  The old timers were shocked  tragic coming as-it did om her  birthday; Donald was her only  child-  "EAT   LIKE   A   MILLIONAIRE  ON   A   HAMBURGER   BUDGET"  National Food Plan Ltd-  Phone  TAtlow  2541  Gibsons .7.8, or Sechelt 61R  Irene's Dress & Style Shoppe  has your new dress for  SPRING, or for  THE FIREMEN'S BALL!  Phone GIBSONS 3S  NfWSMS^Eil'  FOR o_Ms;Fyi.L  YEAR, WITH .. .  OFFER Now!  2 MAGAZINES FROtl  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  -75  OFFER No. 4  4 MAGAZINES FROM  '      GROUP B  $4-25  Mark an "X" before magazines desired and enclose list with order.  GRGXSP A  ��� Red bob Jc 'Magazine- _______���_ ,__ I Yr.  ���"Coronet   __,_:___'___1���: '_���___ '_:��� I Yr.  ��� Chatelaine   ______���_----------  2 Yrs.  ��� Magazine  Digest "_ .���.   I Yr.  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Street- or R.R  Post Office  ANGLICAN OHUECH  March 15, 1953  4th Sunday in Le;t  St. Bartholomew's  Church  Gibsons  11.00 a.m. Morning  Prayer  11.00 a.m.   Sunday School  St. Hilda's Church ��� Sechelt  1.45 p.m. Evensong  1.45 p.m. Sunday  School  St. Aidan's Church  Roberts Creek  2.00 p.m. Sunday School  3.15 p.m. Evensong  UNITED CHURCH  Gibsons:  9.45 aim. Sunday School  11:00 a.m. Public  Worship  >    Eoberts Creek:  2.00 p.m.:;^u^lic:^i:6top.  Selma _?arK%  -3,30 p.m. Public Worship  '^������<lp:' _?ort Meltom   C  ���:-.-��� -7.30 Friday Evenings\-\-y  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  March 15, 1953  St. Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 11 a.m.  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  9 a.m.  March 22, 1953  St. Mary��� Gibsons ���/9; a.m.  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  11 a.m.  FOR SALE  FOR SALE  FOR SALE ��� Wonderful view lot  ready to build on. Water arid lights  available. $495. Totem Realty.  March Wood SPECIAL Fir and  Alder $&00 per cord. Eric McCartney, Phone 67H 12  Good Wood and Sawdust, old growth  Fir and Millwood, dry Fir Sawdust.  Phone Gibsons 84W ��� or see Joe  Rushton, R,oiberts Creek, Phone  Roperts Creek 24V2. tfn  Choice Btdldirig Lot in Sechelt  . Cfentre, cleared . excavated. Sbme  lumber. Box 10, Coast News .      II  Rough  and  Planed Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  K0LTERMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  Leghorn Hatching eggs. Setting of  14 ��� $1.00. Robert Randall, Roberts  Creek B.C. ,11  Gctod house, splemdid). location���  if in�� view���-handy mans speciaJV���  u__f_n_sihed suite. Here is real value.  Totem  Realty,  Gibsons, B.C.    -  One D.C. Wa__2ing Machine Motor,  Bind One Gas W_u3h|^ng Machine  Motor. Apply Gus Schneider, Half-  mooh Bay. '\.;:. 12  ^OR SAI__^Hpfr^oti-ally anything  you want at Social Credit Pick Up  Auction. .School HaU- March 28th.4.  (If you have anything any size to  donate phone any of these numbers and your contribution will be  picked up). All donations. much  appreciated. Phone 87 W���109 W���  68 J���93 J.  FOR  RENT  Granthams Landing. Warm furnished home. Only $35 per month.  Totem  Realty, Gibsons, B.C.  Headlands, modern home furnished  ���ready April 1st.' Totem Realty  Gibsons, B.C.  Chev Car in very good condition.  Used on Paved road only. Full price  $250 Cash. Apply Wilson Johnston,  Gower Point.  One size 56 Bomber Wheel, complete with tire and tube $125 cash.  O Sladey, Pender Harbour   B.C.  Phone 6S. ^ 13  3 Room Waterfront Cottage at  Gx"_j-t-_ams I_ar_ding. Can be moved  easily. Cash price $550.00. Cooper's  Store^ G__aitnam's Landing.        12  2 GOOD BUYS -~ 1936 OldsmobUe  Sedan $150. 1936 Bodge Sedan $150.  Gibsons Car Sales Phone 102 W  Furnished Cabins by day week or  month. Rit's Motel, Bay Area,  Gihsons, Phone 59 J.  Small well furnished cottage^���  Suit one or couple. Oil Rainge,  Electricity, Plumbing, ��� close to  Village Centre. Available April 1st.  Box 471, Sechelt^ B.C. ��� Phone  Sechelt 33.      .   '  ' 12  RIDGEWAY MOTEL, Sechelt High,  way, Phone Gibsons 8L tfn  LOST  February ' iSth, Terrier Dog,^ "white  and black with tar_ markings.; Short ;  tail. Name "Mickey".  Phone. Half-  mooni Bay 7 J 2, after ;6 pjn.  WANTED  s  Good home for pure bred labrador  female^ 10 months old. Good with  children,. likes boats. Mrs. Cliff  Turner. Sechelt. 12  WORK WANTED  Baby Sitting^ mornings or after-  noonsi, in WilfioftiCSleek or _>av-s  Bay.  Phone  Wilson Creek,  15 H 2.  13  FOR SALE .���".'���' 5 acre farm, good  house, chicken houses, fruit trees,  gazage, barn, year round creek with  ram, only $2350. Toftfem Realty,  Gibsons, B.C.  2 Speed Boats. One 22>ft.;Artcxaft.  One 16 ffc Speedboat.    ^    ���  Apply   Earl   Laughlin^   Halfmoon  Bayv Piicxne Redroo-s,10M.  One Sidney Ai^nstxraig Deisel Lighting Plant, 10,000 watts, 6 months  old. Apply E&rl I_a_^hl_n^ Half moon  Bay, Phone Redroofs, 10 M 11  One Hobaxt Electric ; Welder. 300  amps. Pcxrtabile.  Apply Eari I_a.ughlin, tlalfmoon  Bayj Phone Redroofs, 10 M.  11  Spray, and Brush Painting; also  paper hanging. J. Melhus. Phone  Gibsons 33. tfn  Dave Gregerson ��� Licenced Electrician. Madeira Park, Pender Harbour. Phone llH tfn  V7ATCH REPAIR ~ All types of  watches and jewelry -repaired. Reliable, fast, efficient. Union General  Store, Sechelt. tfn  CARD of THANKS  . -    ...������'���'     )    ���   :   '   '        -   . '��� - -���������        :'    .Mr..; Mfeuxw;e_l. Tracy, Principal; oif..  Sechelt Elementary Schbol, on behalf of the school stafff' wisl^es to  extend thanks to the WA. to the  Car_adia_i Legioii 140 for their help  in serving refreshments to the visitors who called on the school at  open house during education week. C& S SALES & SERVICE  New & Used Fumiture  RANGES ��- HEATERS  Oil  Bnrnfer Installations  and Repairs  Phone SOS Sechelt  Thursday March  12, 1953     The Coast News  '   Vj*\i_A_   _TJV_fc--   ^  Ketiuced 25%  at the  SUNSET HARDWARE  ESSAY CONTESTANTS  Sat. Mar. 14 is the  DEADLINE.  AH Essays must be  in the Coast News  Office that day to  he eligible for  consideration by the  Judging Committee  YVOrWEDeCARI-Oswiln*  to nature in the new M-G-M  Technicolor picture, "SotBt-  tn^n and ci_u_iu it never eoukl  _M��e been donevato etaticittflr -��  �� Gmf*W* tmthin* tfclrt. %iv*f-  tomzm  Date Pad  March 13��� Gibsons at the Parish  Hall. Quarterly meeting of St. Bar.  tholomew's W~V at 2 p.m. '  March 13 ��� Gibsons School Auditorium, the Drama club presents  two plays.  March 14 ��� Gibsons School Hall,  Gibsons .Volunteer PLremens' 7th  Annual Ball. BennyStone's Orches.  tra plus a surprise, an exotic: en_  tertainer, r-~ plus our .; Firemens  reputation for top: entertainers and  hosts. It all adds, up to a mighty  fine fun for all.  March 17 ��� Granthams 2 p.m.,  regular meeting of .the W.I. at the  home of Mrs. Harding.  March 17 ��� Sechelt Legion Hall,  .2:30 to 5:00 p.__i.,- Shamrock Tea,  entertainment^    Home   cop|king,  Plants. The W.A. to Sechelt I-sgion  March 18 ��� Gibsons United  Church Hall at 8:15 p_n#> monthly  meeting of the Gibson's liberal  Association.. . '  March 19 ��� Gibsons ,Un H e d  Church Hall, at 2:30 pari. St. Patricks Tea and sale of home cooking.  ��� March 20 ��� Sechelt at, the Legion  iHall, 8 p.m.,: an evening of fine  music .by the Peninsula Choraliers,  you will really enjoy this.  OLD CHIEF TOTEM SAYS ���  much better Indian Brave buy local  trading post, maybe sometime need  little help, local man understand^  Big City fellow ho oare. Rijht again  Old Chief���buy where you .earn���  help build better vi'lage.  March 28 ��� Gibsons School Hall,  Social Credit Pick-Up Auction.  See classified ad today..  March 24 ��� Gibsons Garden Club  meeting"in the United Church Hall  at 8 p.m.  April.4 ��� Gilpsohs Board of Trader  Big Easter Dance, at School Hall.  May 2 ��� Gibsons at Legion Hall  by St. Mary's Ch^urch,, cold, turkey  dinner and bingo.  THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ��� At  Roberts Creel-, 3* room house, with  Chicken house, garden, lights, watsr  and phone.; $1995 full price.  IT REALLY DOES PAY TO LIST  YOURvJE*R^PERTY WITH US.  .V;  ���.��������� ������ ^,..j-;-.:----     ���.���-���������:���.������  Totem   Realty  Phone Gibsons 44  By ARIES  Opeii house at Sechelt school  was very welR attended this  year'and parents and visitors  generally were much impressed  by the deportment of the child-.  re,ri:.  A safety play and a debate  were given by the children of  grades five and six.  The "W. A. to the Legion in  co-operation with the PTA  served refreshments which was  a very welcome gesture after  a long day, and the visitors  enjoyed . meeting the teachers  , aid each othfer in,, this social  period*  The two' children of Mr- and  Mrs. Mike Jackson of Davis  Bay, were Christened on Sunday March 1st in St. Hilda's  Anglican Church with the Rev.  H.IL Oswald officiating.  Thomas Lawrence, two years  whose Grod-parents are Mr ���  and Mrs. T. Turner and Alan  Jackson of Wilson Creek, and  Robert Mielieal, 11 months old,  whose God-parerts are Mr.  and Mrs- A. Jonas of, .Selma  Park and-Phillip Jackson of  Wiispmi Creek.  The Maternal Grand-parents,  .Mr. and Mrs. If- H- 'Wilkinson  came down from Pender Harbour for the oceassion.  Sorry to hear Mrs. C Duncan  -at  the  Sechelt  Inn has  been.  quite sick. Hope she is better  soon- Also Peter Hemstreet who  had an attack of Bronchitis.  Would; like to offer sympathy to Mrs- A.E. Geniower in  the k)ss pi her brother, 'Prank  Skirner of Vancouver- Mr.  Skinnier ofterai visited Sechelt  in early' days -and was well-  known: here.  leanings  By GYPSY TOWERS  A beautiful balmy week for  gardening and how the gardens  ���at G o w e r grow���'hyacinths,  x crocuses, violets, primroses,  scilla and other blossoms too  hume'rous'. to mentione Up to  inspect the lush growth and  to do ��l little spring cleaning  came Miss Mary Dykes���glad  to find her mother much improved, and her dad well over  his-cold-  S.P. Smales back from Kim-  berly where he laid a fejW  bricks, back in time to supervise the Power Commission  fall a couple of dangerous  . looking trees.     ' p  Stronlochie looking very  attractive sitting back among  its f 1 o w e r.. beds,. and green  lawns- -V-.., p'..  Mrs- F.W- Dawson not her  usual cheery self, having suffered a nasty fall when being-  greeted too ehtnisiastically by  some over friendly dog, resulting in! a straimed ligament and  a trip to town and tjhe doctor- '  Hop�� it will soo mend.  Gram Chaster looking very  spry and busy looking after  her feathered flock- Mr- and  Mrs. Jules Mainil recovering  from colds and a'trip to Vancouver-  Mr. and Mrs. S-A- Porteous  enjoying a peaceful interlude  at the poinit���rleaving their  sleeping equipment behind  them in, anticipation; of an  early return to catch those wily  fish. Quite. impressed with the  parklike improvements on their  old home bordering the Sechelt  Hjighway- -f-'V-  '   Allan Nevins busy enlarging  his greenhouse,  getting  ready  for the spring mshMiisi sister, :  Mrs- Morris; right there piteh-  ir.g in with^er gr%en^thWib>u  ^Compliments. flying  on  the  i m p ro v e m e n | s at^the Tom :  Dick's lovely home.   >  Surprised and sorry to hear ���  of the passing of Bob Telford.  Our   sympathy   goes   to   Mrs.  Telford in her great loss-  And now to wa^tch the sunset  over the mour.tains���-if Wje  were a poet we would have  no need to.sing of 'Galway  Bay' we would try and do  justice to Gower I*binit a^d its  gorgeous sunsets and sparkling-.  sea-  "EAT   LIKE ! A.:. [MILLIONAIRE  ON   A   HAMBURGE-i   BUDGET;'  National Food Plan Ltd.  Phone TAtlow  2541.  Gibsons 78, or. Sechelt 61R  OTOR1STS  Miniature Licence Plate Keyring Tajjs for the year 1953 are now  available to the motoring public at a cost of 25 cents each. Send  an the coupon below.  HOUSEHOLDERS  Use our SECRET TAG for your home or office keys because it  is the KEY to no more lost keys. For just 25 cents per year you  can guard against loss, by attaching- one of our SECRET TAGS  to your Key Ring-. If your keys are ever lost, the finder mails them  FREE to us and they are back in your hands _m_iiediately.  REMEMBER, when you s_nd 25 cents for this tag service ypra  help the T.B. Veterans in B.C*  Mail ill the following: coupon  TA�� for motor LICENCE NO.          ������  (State number of licence tags required)  Householders secret TAGS required     ��� .���������...  NAME           ADDRESS   -     Cut Out and Mail With Kemittancfe To:.  T.B. VETS  Room 100, 603 W. Hastings St-, Vancouver 2, B.C-  Support a B-C. Enterprise - Est-1946  Your Roofing Headquarters  Asphalt Shingles,  Of All Types and Colors  Roll Roofing and 19" Lap Roofing  Roofing Gums and Accessories  Let Us Estimate Your Roof Job  TERMS ARRANGED  PHONE GIBSONS 53  Re^Openihg Under New Ownership  THE   VILLAGE    CCEEEE    $H���|P  SECHELT  Thursday March 12th  WEEKDAYS - 7 A.M. - 8 P.M.      SUNDAYS - 10 A_M. - 8 P.M.  /'Fish and Chips A Specialty'  Mrs. Edythe Laidlaw 'Vhom Sechelt 91  .^Mk,  ��� Knowl&ss^^��ardwar-_>  LTD,  ''Your  Home-Owned   Hardware"  See Our Display Of  Westinghouse Appliances  Featuring 1952 Specials  and NEW 1953 MODELS  You can be SURE if it's WESTiNSHOOSE Stis-53��rt  6  The Coast News       Thursday March  12, 1953  B. W. ML BONE  Chartered   Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  .��� TAtlow .1954 ���  By students of Elphinstone Junior-Senior High School  Editor in Chief: Celia Flumerfelt       News Editor: Donna Bingley  Social News Editor: Vera Bursey       Sports Editor:  B.J. Woods  onierance  zaemmmmmmuAmBZL  Halfmoon Bay  Rough & Planed Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  Deliver    Anywhere  Sechelt Building Supplies  FOR THE VERY  FINEST  HARDWARE  CHINA and DRYGOODS  GROCERIES ��� DRUGS  FISHING SUPPLIES     /  HOME ESSENTIALS  MURDOCH'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  The Sports Beat  by Roy Duncan  The EOphinstone Cougars, the  schools senior boj^s basketball  team have high hopes of bringing some glory to the team a^d  school this week-end when we  play in. a four t'ejam roimd-  robijni. sieries to try and gain  entry into the B.C. High School  Tour ii a m e n t at U-B-C. on  March 18th to 21st- The series  will include Woodfibre whom  we have beaten twice this year,  Squamish ^yhom we also have  beaten, arcd West Vancouver  who were barely nosed out of  the Night League champioj-u--;"'  ship by Duke of Connaught,  who have been the B.C. chaihps  for the.past three years-  The six games will be played  on Friday night- Each game  will be half a. regulation game-  All four teams meet each other  that night then. on Saturday  night the two.teams with the  most wins meet. The. winner  of this afffiiir will hjave the  privilege of going into the-B-C-  Posters  Letterheads  * ���  Business Cards  Announcements  i  Bills and Invoices  Let  The Coast News  handle your  printing requirements.  Shell Service  Sechelt  Z/0^   mmxi  If you must  drive like that  CALL US!  Wrecker Service'  and Welding.  Heavy and Light  Welding  Jobs,  Oxy ��� Acetylene  or   Electric  Jas. Rexiton  Phone Sechelt 48R  (Continued  from  page 2)  while citizen*.  Saturday morning we went  o a-.tour of the Library, the  Heart of U-B.C "This library  is the fourth largest in Canada  with 300,000 books and 35,000  current magazines. Over a  thousand people can be seated  in the public rooms- The Library has facilities for getting any  book or magazine from anywhere; in; the world. Among  their collection of books is the  first volume ,of Samuel Johnson's Dictionary, printed in  1755, and Diderot's famous  Encyclopedia-  Mr. Haar spoke on\ the advantages    of   the   ���Uiiivejrsity  Extension plan am the fact that:  ���people-'.all over B-C. could take  a.dvai;jtage of   this' service   to  le'arni 'everything from how to  keep bees to getting a TJniver-  vsity degree. One can get amy of  the  books  in the Library   by  ' sending i&, a dollar a year registration, fees to the Extension  '���" Library of the Uiversity.  pAIter. this, discu'ssio^is of the  QPP^ritujnitaest. .of  getting into  " club^f of ���'���':being able to   board  . at '"U-B.C.,' were'  next   on   the  ^agentda". We found that there  are over seventy clubs in the,  tJib/iversity,    ranging    from    a  little broacasting studio to the  U-N. Olub- One is able to join  one of the service clubs oh the  campus, (either Army, Navy or  / Airfo>rce) to gain? experience*  ���" in modern methods of warfare,  etc.  The  chances of  boarding.  at U-B.C. are not as goqd, and  a student's best bet is to get .  into a good boarding house as  close as possible to the University gates-  ��� After lnffjch, Dean W.II. Gage  told us that there.is every possibility   of   paying  your  way  through University if the student takes every advantage of ���  . the scholarships an/d bursaries  offered by the umiversity. An  e m pi o y ment   service   will  arrai ge   for   part-time   work  around the campus and a summer job too, if application  is  , made   early   enough-  Over   85  percent   of   thfei students  pay  their  way  in this manner-  The   resit" of  the   afternoon  .was spent irTa discussion group    picture"of the Vchoolin  of the vocation, of your choice.    }n Elphinstone.  We   joined   small   groups   in  which we were encouraged to  a��k'all sorts, of questions* We  went   through   the   buildings  cojnu.eeted   wth   our   vocation  and   spent  a  very  interesting  three hours among the technical  equipment,   lecture   rooms  and labs.- A very short sprint  of about two miles out to the  Agricultural    Farm    buildings  took up the rest of the afternoon.  The final event of the Conference, (and a very .important  one for most of us), was the/  final Dance. Later that night  we crawled out of Brock Hall  and over to the bus'-stop. True  we were tired, but we were  happy, thanks to the High  School Conference Committee  and U.B.C. for a wonderful  job!  Bowen Island  Ivlr- and Mrs. John Livingstone, residents' of Bowen  Island for over a year, have  moved to Vancouver.  .Mr-1 ajnd Mrs- McNeill and  family have taken, up residence  in their home which they built  recently on the Mt- Gardner  Park Road.'  by Beverly Brand  and D.A�� Davies  Tourney. The two losers 'will  play on Saturday" /night also-  The winner of this affair won't  go anywhere, they will just  havtej the satisfaction.'of not  being the loser- Both these  games will be the regulation  time-   .  In my next columm I hope_to  be reportiiijy how we waltzed  ffgaiMy!Hi��i_J^^  If We Can't Do The  Get Soineone Else f  PENINSULA  BUILDING    SUPPLY  SB-SWBBB  ____  through all thie  games  with no  trouble; But I'll be ple/nty satisfied to be able to say we won  or ..eveii went down fighting.  The  Coast News  "I'LL MEET YQJJ AT THE CASTLE  IN  THE   HEART   OF  THE   CITY."  Motel Castle  MArine 8531  VANCOUVER, B.C.  AL. BLACK, Manager ���','"'.-  750 Granville Street  School Briefs  The finals of thte checker  tournament were played this  week- Michael Whitaker won  the first of the three games  but Allan Nuotio rallied and  won tlie last two. coming out  the winmier. Allan and the winners of the badminton, finals  will receive crests as their  prizes. .��� V  The "V e iJWo n ���..���High" Scobl  people are sending us their  monthly paper, 'it is a collect  tion of interesting information  on school life-  Wednesday night, Back to  School Nighfcjor the parents,  was a big success. About 150  interested parents turned out.  The parents went to the rooin  where their. children will be  students next year. They were  informed of the new changes  in the curriculum and of the  courses their children must  take to attain a standard high  enough to be able td follow the  desired line of work or study.  The staff thanks the students  for their help and cooperation  in making the evening a success ard hopes all who came  left   with   a   clearer   fresher,  fewest Styles In  SHORTIE COATS  Smart Trim���Fresh Color  Brisk New Cord Jackets  Fresh Spring Blouses  NYLON  PIQOETTE  and  KRISKAY  THE TASELLA  Phone 43  Sechelt  ��  given  USB  THE COAST NEWS  aw  ALL MEN'S WEAR  Reduced 25%  at the  SUNSET  HARDWARE .  MOWER   FOR  YOUR   MONEY  In The  Hainke uWhirl-Cut"  ... ��� .   Power Mower!  Make Summer Lawn Mowing  A Real Pleasure  We Also Handle The Famous  "ROTO TILLER"  The little wonder that takes the work out of  gardening and sinall farms.  Call Write or Phone  J.H. McLeod  WILSON CREEK  "EAT   LIKE    A   |MI_XIONAIRE  ON   A   HAMBURGER   BUDGET"  Phone   TAtlow   2541  Gibsons 78, or  Sechelt 61R  <VQyV  Qadlon   cSFlovj  March 24 at 8:p.m-  Previews of  J^>faxlnQ   ana   ^ummsz  ZLrlCJ  LADIES'   WEAR  CHILDREN'S  SPRING DRESSES  <c3tuLi  tna��  JEWELLERY  ACCESSORIES  COSMETICS  Residential School Hall Sechelt Roberts Creek  Thursday March 12, 1953       The Coa-it News  Please Glip This Directory Out* and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  PENINSULA  ACCOUNTING   . SERVICE '  All Types .of Accounting Problems  Expertly Attended  INCOME TAX A SPECIALTY  Dockside   Service   to   Fishermen'.  G.O.   FAHRNI  Gambier Harbour  appliances  sunset hardware  gibsons:  Agents for  RCA Victor  Records  Columbia Records  Frigidaire Ranges and  Refrigerators  -    Beatty Pumps arid  Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ��� Phone Gibsons 32  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.y Phone FRaser  3831 .  : muam^$ppyy.  ���  TRACTjQEi   WORK  Clearing - Grading -   Excavating,  D-4 & D-fr ^Bulldozing,  Clearing   Teeth ��  A.E. RITCHEY,  Phone    GIBSONS    86  WATCH REPAIRS     ~~~     ~*  GUARANTEED        *  WATCH    REPAIRS  Fast  Efficient  Service  REASONABLE   PRICES  Apply  RICHTER'S   RADIO  Sechelt, B.C.  CLEANERS  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.  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  ���.���'��� :v        call  W.  Grrahani,  Gibsoiis, 60-  FOOD PLAN  NATIONAL FOOD PLAN Ltd.  For  Information,   Contact  ROSS   HORTON  1367 Howe St. Vancouver 1  Phone TAtlow 2541  Gibsons 78, or Sechelt SIR  GIFT STORE  Headquarters  for  Wool,  Notions ��� Cards ��� Toys  ,   Miscellaneous  Gifts  GIBSONS 5-10-15 STORE  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  r��� "  "-������-������ -      _._.��� ���_.- ������_���_,,..     ��� ��� ���  Gibsons Kindergarten  Reopened January 5th 1953. Program suited to children starting  school next September as well as  younger children.  Phone  Gibsons  64S4  HiVRDWARE  KNOWLES SERVICE .  HARDWARE  Phone 33 -��� Gibsons B. C.  / Builders' Hardware  Paint ��� Plumbing  ��� ��� Appliances, ���    .  Complete Installation  Maintenance Service .  DELIVERIES  TO ALL POINTS  MACHINISTS  HILLS TVEACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding .anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision   Machinists  Phone 54 ��� Res. 78  PLUMBING  MARSHALL'S    PLUMBING,  HEATING   and  SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 64S, - 104, - or 33  _W��-_M*M^-_W-��--W--��WW' �������� I n  ��� i_i.i--.-i I        .a-iii! i ii���ii  I I-i���  RADIO  RICHTER'S   RADIO  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone Sechelt 25J  RADIO -r APPLIANCE SERVICE"  Speedy,   Guaranteed    Work  New and Used Radios  '   1 ��� r.i..      ii- ���     . i-    ,    ,,.._ , ,_..      ���    ,..    ,..,1������.�����.  ROOFS REPAIRED  ... GIBSONS ROOFING  and  CHIMNEY CLEANING  Asphalt Roofing amd Repairs  Phone 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  TINSMITH.  LAURIE   SPECK  SHEET   METAL*  Warm Air Heating  General   Sheet   Metal  Phone 116 Gihsons  USE THE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  FOR QUICK SALES  by Madge Newman  Crass is not allowed to grow  beneath the 22 feet of the members of the local VON Auxiliary.  Already   plajns   ar  made  for a dance on June 6th and a  Bazaar om the evening of July  15th. Perhaps these wily women  believe that,, by  having  their  bazaar at night,"'buyers will be  more plentiful wheim there are  baby-sittinig   papas   at   home.  Many   mothers   stay   at   home  during the day rather tha;n. tote  their little broods; along with  them.     .  The eleven hard-working  meaiib ei\s of . the organization.  have sent i?n. their first quarterly payment of the approximate  $600 required of Roberts Creek  to maintain. VON .service. The  amount not. acheived by house  to house camvassiiig oi ce axwi-u  ally isi raised by the two bazaars  and several damcesi''  Although these eleven workers are doirg a. grand job, very  successfully, .it-'would lighten  the load if a few more womejni  joined- in. The membership fee  is practically nil.  O: e of the latest fads noted  amoji/g the very young, is the  pierced ears and dangles. Re-  membei* when.' it was o; ly the  small daughters of Italian.immigrants who followed the  fashion, and our mothers were  already a_lo.wir.g-. the holes in  their ears to fill in,, covering1  ���them with the screw-on kind  of earrings;? Our mothers must  have been b a r b a r i a ,n: s we '  thought, as we! wildly backcombed our -side.hair to make  it bush out, matting it to such  an extent that .it, could be  combed out only after the  .weekly shampoo.  After the first "daring,  ard  .in many cases, 'fast*, girls cut  theiri hair..off,   the,rage   for  bobbed or. shing'led hair swept  the country.  This .style  must  have'been comfortable, profitable  or   becoming,   as   it   hast  lasted  a  long   time.   Obvious  make-itp, applied spottily with  a lavish hanch, was the order  of the day theni, but some 15  years ago 'the'- clean, scrubbed  soap a,nd water look came into  vogue. This ^school-girlish'in-  nioce^.ce  was somewhat  offset  by the glaring blob of lipstick  outlining   the    lipsi,    approximately, the blood-c ii r d I i n g  colors   beir g  repeated  in  the  lacouer used on the nails, filed'  aiwd tapered, to represent talons-  This style too, is still with us,  Sechelt  Hook & Ladder  TJie prominent place held by  matches among the causes of  loss by fire is understandable  when one considers the tremendous' use oe-iimakes of them-  In Canada each year about  320,000,000' book matches and  800,000 eases of wooden matches  are manufactured.  It sounds fantastic, but in  .the United States 850 million  matches are coTsnmed daily.  This means that in terms of  averages, approximately 600,  000 flames are started every  minute- Each of these flames  holds the possibility of causing  a disastrous fire.  Matches will always be dangerous u? less people are properly careful in using .them..The  careful use of matches means  that they are vot. to be played  with, but that if yon see a  match in; a place where it  might be exploded, Co?>. the  floor,) pick it up and put it  in-its proner place- Take matches away from small children.  It is up to you to control  the match- Remember that  "matches have heads, but ? o  brains" "When vou use their  heads,  use  YOUR  BRAINS-"  perhaps as a substitute for the  (long-forgotten hat pin" so useful as a weapon, in self-defence-  One wonders how the modern  athletic girls are going to make  out when the tight stavs and  smelling salt era returns. And  how they will take the switch  from strapless, fro.wtless, backless gowns to crinolines and  pantaloons.  Teachers and pupils of Rob-,  erts Creek School entertained  visitors at the school last week-  The little girls, were char mine-  guides as:id, fol-lowirg a brief  entertainment and display of  work, s e r v e d refreshments,  ���aided by the PTA-  Roy Wa.llis, s"olow/;ng in  sister Norma's footsteps, but  to a different, camp, has .joined  the Air Torce.  "EAT   LIKE    A   [MILLIONAIRE  ON   A   HAMBURGER   BUDGET"  ft-atictiai Food Plan Ltd*  Phone   TAtloyr  2541  Gibsons  78y or  Sechelt 61R  yapmmmr^^mB^srBa^ax��mir.aim^aMmuuiMmB^  Reduced ��5 %  at- the  SUNSET HARDWARE  KING O'CONNOR  By The Winter King���Doreen O'Connor  Winner of the 1933 KING'S PLATE  o6��  Ridden by Legere wearing the famous Seagram colours  Distance! mi. 1 furlong     Time 1:562/5  ^yf^^^^0y)^.  0T Seagram's *���s<& Sure  This advertisement is riot published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Boafd or by the Government of British Columbia.  Union  General Store  Sechelt, B.C.  MEATS:    WATCH FOR REDUCED BEEF PRICES!  GROCERIES:  Any Of These Cereals Above per pkg.   23^  Dreft:       Giant     75^        Large   38^  Box Tops From Proctor & Gamble Products  Now Worth CASH,  Refund Coupons Here Good While They Last On  SOAPS & CLEANERS  DRYGOODS:  TABLE   OILCLOTH ��� YARDS & SQUARES  New Patterns and Designs  PLASTICS ��� New Colors all at REASONABLE PRIGES  Now On Hand  A FULL STOCK OF  Martin Seynour Paints  Contractors, Ca!) and talk paint prices The Coast News    Thursday March  12, 1953  Halfmoon  S2  tei  lam  By F. Cormaek  Last week was an unfortunate  one  for  the   Roy  Doyle  home at Halfmoon Bay- Early  in the week, their  three-year  old .son was bitten by a dog  and was rushed to Vancouver  for treatment- We are glad to  ���report that he is home again,  safe and sound. The ei.d of the  week    brought   news vof   the  death    im   Sechelt   of   Roy's  grandfather,  Mi*. Alfred Williams. We extend  our sincere  sympathy- *  Ed Dolman one of the pioneers of this district, and now  livir.gin Sakatchewan, suffered a stroke a short time ago.  All his old friends wish him  speedy recovery.  Tony Tsehaikowsky of Redrooffs is still holder of the'  Mean's High Score of 369 at  5-pins, according to a report  from the Bowling Alleys.  Mrs- W. Kolterman of .Halfmoon Bay has received word  that her cousint Authur Kind-  Ian, of Haney is recovering  after a fall of thirty feet,  Granville Street Bridge in Vancouver.  Mr. and, Mrs- H- -Hunt of  Vancouver were up at their  summer home at Redrooffs  __ii^ week     " *  Mrs- Wall, Mother of Pat  Ness of Halfmoon Bay is re-  ooyeirij fg slowly from; a bad  spell of Flu and bronchitis.  Nelson Darling of Vancouver was another, visitor last  week. He is building a home  at Redrooffs.  Guests at the Bob Cormaekk  last weekend/'were their two  go&s, Ray, of New Westminster,  agud Lawrer pe of Vancouver  with his wife and young son.  Brent., v. ;  ' .  Geoffrey Waddington  Well known to CBC listeners, qonducts musical program from Toronto.  Gibson Briefs  by F.B.  - Dei wis Lowe home on leave  is lending a hand at the Coast  News this week. Bill Willamider  is home to see his mother.  Talkii g to Mrs. Claye. who  was visiting her daughter, Mrs.  Schutz. She is looking really  well. Mr. ard Mrs. Hardman  were up visiting Mrs. K- Henderson.  Police court News  Police Court at Sechelt the  first week of March had a very  heavy-and varied session, with  Magistrate A. Johnston fining  eleven offenders.  Ernest Silvey of Egmont was  fined $25' and costs for failing  to file income tax return for  1951.  Ronald A- Manns of Roberts  Creek was fiLed $2 and costs-  for unlawful parking at Gibsons.  Edward R. Tjosvold of  Springfield, Sask., was fined  $5 ai.d costs for double parking om Marine Drive at Gib-  ���sions. Mr. Tjp&vokl pleading  Not Guilty told the jCourt he  was a tourist and had made  three trips to the" Municipal  Office to acquaint himself with  local parking regulations, but  could not find the Clerk in.  Magistrate Johnston pointed  out that the hours of attendance of the Village Clerk are  clearly posted at the Municipal  Office. ���    ���  Norman Klein of Oyster Bay  was fined $10 and costs for  possession, of a gun capable of  holding more than, two" cartridges in its magazine.  Oral L.'Rolfe. of Sechelt was  fined $100 and costs for opera-  tin �� a motor Vehicle while his  ific/tnice hvas suspended. D.A-.  Lanskill, Barrister appeared  for Mr. Rolfe-  HaroTd Bernhof of Roberts  Creek-was fined $20 and costs  . for exceeding the speed limit.  Corporal J-P- Morrison RCMP  testified he clocked the accused  at 50 MPH in a 35 MPH zone..  Magistrate John ston warned  the accused that if he was1  brought into Court oni any further" charges of traffic violation It�� would recommend to  the Superintendemt of Motor  Vehicles that Bernhof's drivers  licence  be   suspencle'd..  Scott Pollock of SechelVwas  fined'$50- and costs for opera- .  tii.g a motor vehicle whilst his  ability to  drive was impaired  by alcohol..  James Benedict Power and  Oral Lathro^e Rolfe were fined  $10 and costs each in; addition  to witness fe�� costs for allowing their dogs to chase deer-  Corporal Leslie Lane, of BC.  Game Department was a Crown  witness.  William Tomman of Clover-  dale B.C- was fined -$50 and  costs for driving whilst his  ability to drive was impaired  by alcohol.  Moge- s Lief Nissens of Gibsons was fined $20 and costs  for exceeding the speed limit  in a 20 MPH zone-  Harry: Johnsoiiii  of Pender   '  Harbour   was   fined   $25   and  costs for failing to file income  tax return for 1951.  Support  The  Polio Fiffid  "EAT   LIKE    A   [MILLIONAIRE  ON   A   HAMBURGER   BUDGET"  National Food Plan Ltd.  Phone  TAtlow  2541  Gibsons 78, or Sechelt 61R  isses Away  Top Material -- Bottom Prices  THE BUILDERS   BEST BET FOR LUMBER  Roofing, Wallboards.  Cement,  Sand, Grave!, Mouldings   Paint  Hardware,  Plumbing,  and   Electrical Supplies,   See  Our   Stock,  PLUMBER.   ELECTRICIAN,   CAKPENTERS,  PAINTERS, available if required.  We Deliver Anywhere  Phone Sechelt 60 ���>  Passed away at Shaughnessy  Hospital March 6th, Alfred  Willianis, a native of Birmingham England- Formerly of  Powell River and Sechelt, Mr-  .Wipliamsv^ais: a "World War  Veteran. Enlisted in the Forestry Cdrps, he-served in England  and France- He leaves four  jiaughteirs, Mrs. Dora Doyle,  of Sechelt, Mrs- Ethel Campbell, of Fort McNeil, Mrs* Amy  Zeron, of Vancouver and Mrs*  Birnie Stephens of Powell  River.  He also leaves one son, Alfred Williams of Sechelt, twelve  grandchildren, and eight great  grard children Interrment was  to be in the family plot at  Westviiew.  School Board  (Continued from page 1)  the Roberts Creek PTA of $77 ���  towards the  cost  of the new  Projector for the Roberts Creek  School, and from Madeira Park  was received a donation of $80  towards the, cost of Gymnasium  Mats at the school there. The  Board  vo?��ed (its  thanks . for    |  these two valuable efforts  of   *"  assistance/ .  It is -hoped that when the  new road makes commuica-  tion& easier, that understanding  will grow and that dissatisfaction will lessen in the Egmont  area-  Transportation, difficulties;  came under discussion, but no  definite aetioni formulated at  present.  It was noted that Pupil Registration has fallen off slightly,  .due in part to the moving of  many families in- the logging  industry-  At approximately five in the  afternoony these weary scrvi- .  tors of thfe community closed  the session on a note of general  satisfaction^ with the business  in hand-  THE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  The United Church W.A.  St. PATRICK'S TEA, in the CHURCH HAXJu,  Thursday, March 19th, commencing 2:30 p.m.  TItere will also be Home Cooking on sale  Houses- 21 Lots (4 Lots Waterfront)  To Be Sold Separately Or lei Bulk  Apply EARL LAIJGHLIN  LOGGO ltd;  Halfmoon Bay Phone Redroofs, 10M  VON (Elphinstone Branch)  Annual General Meeting  Will Be Held In The  MARCH  12th, 8:00 p.m.  SELMA PARK COMMUNITY HALL  Election Of Officers ���- Annual Reports  THE PUBLIC IS INVITED  FREE 53 LICENCE  With Every Car and Truck Sold This  Month At These Reduced Prices  '50 AUSTIN DEVON Sedan .....  ��39 PLYMOUTH Sedan   '39 FORD Coach .  '38 PACKARD Sedan .......  '37 CHEVROLET Coach  37 CHEVROLET Sedan    .......  34 OLDSMOBILE Sedan .......  '32 BUICK Sedan ;.    ��� ����������������  .... $950  ..... $325  ..... $225  ...  $650  ....;   $250  .'. $175  ...;....,  $X25  .  $225  *  * �� ��� ���  ^4000 Yards  Black Top Soil  Deliver Anywhere  SECHJEtT  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  '41 INTERNATIONAL 1 Ton Pickup .......... $375  '4*1 CHEVROLET 1 Ton Pickun ................ $395  '40 INTERNATIONAL y2 Ton Pickup ������'.'...,...... $395  Gib  Car Sales  sons \-ar  Ross Roth Phone Gibsons 102 W  r"  First  ANNIVERSARY  SALE  Combined With The  SUNSET SALE  ' ��� - ��� .  March 12th to March 31st Brings You  TRULY THRIFTY SHOPPING  While Our Stock To Start Is  Adequate We Urge That You  Shop Early And Avoid Possible  SUNSET SALES OVER ALL  ,C. ARE PRICED THE SAME  While You Are Shopping For  SUNSET SALE ITEMS Look  For Many That Are Not Listed.  OUR POLICY For The Past  Year Has Been TO EQUAL  CITY PRICES. We Invite Price  Comparison.  unse  ware  YOUR   PROGRESSIVE   HARDWARE   MERCHANTS  Phone 32 Gibsons.


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