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 Phone your news or  orders to  ��i.i2S&i_s 45 W  Seventh Year of Publication Thursday February 12, 1953 Vol. 7 - 6      Published in GIBSONS, B.C.     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  P-ioto fcjy C.: Goirdon BaOlentane"  Diamond Wedding' Anniversary congratulations are received by Sir.  and Mrs. OJEI. Bartie, of Gtfbsons, from the senior gwest at their party  oh:^ JFriday, '���'.'Febrsiary 'sixth, Mrs; 'Gram* Chaster of Gower Point.  Standyiff beneath (the flowered arch; Sir. and Mrs. Bartie received  the warm wishes of- well over one hundred "aail fifty friends.  *A->���:*,���&  Oxv WedK��1^ay^ebrtiar^-r4,;"  Mr. ^re^"t%i��keaiid Col- E.S.  r   Johnstone were received by the  Executive  Committee   of the  Columbia   Coast /Missions   to  place their representa.ti��ri&; on  ". behalf of St. Mary's fitpspitai;  at Render Harbour. ���   ;  "  Arch Deacon Thornpsoai was  Chairman of^ the meeting, and  His  Lordship   Bishop   Gower,  Vice Chairman. '   ;.  The  Pender  Harbour  dele^  gates were giverii a most court-  eoui-i    hearin g    in    presenting  their case.  After   searching   discussion,  it   was  agreed   by  re.s��lutio-i  that the Columbia. Coast Miis*-  sioinfe would c.ontiinie in their  support; of th e Hospital, both  financially and administrative-  *   ly,   to   keep  the  Hospital  in  operation; for 1953.  .   This .continued support however, . is contingent   upon  the  undertakipg by the Delegates  orii  behalf   of   the   people   of ���  Pender Harbour and the area  served by St; Mary's. Hospital,  not only to rake the required  $2600 minimum  to  meet  the  deficit in; openaiting costs, but  that they, would re-kindle community, Jntere^t in the use of  ,'. the hospital. This must be done  . .tof. iricreaisie the daily patient-  occupariey,::-in  order  to   overcome the operating deficit.  The Columbia Coast Mission  ���:' Executive Committee fully rea-.  ' lises that Yimprovements must  .". be made, iii the services offered  y by the %ofepitail, /''in, order   to .  I justify the:required new interest of- the area.  The Columbia Coast Missions  .has,.a four-man: sub-committee,  one member of whom is a law-  yer in Victoria." At an executive  meetinsr, this committee member offered .his services to keep  the-misftter of the St.  Mary's  Hospital before  the Hon. Mr.  Martin; the Minister of Health.  At the 'recent meeting it ,-wa-i  suggested' that Jt   might"  be  .better to await loealxleyelop-  ments, before pressing the mat-  terV Siftiee that time, the North  .Vancouver Hospital ha^ served  '[%'. n^rao^e- In'',. that.��� the Government caused a stateineait to lie  made! tfeat^.i-t S.'WPiiW''-1 bt n^ve^  any hospital closed. Thi���>' may  change the overall picture to  some exte^lt, so the sub-committee has now directed its..  Victoria representstive to lay  the ease before. Mr/ Martin at  once. '  In the interim, telegrams  have been received from T/my  Gargrave, MLA, by the Hospital Committee at Pender  Harbour and the Columbia  Co<8��?t .'^giR-o-ns, offering' ��ms  services to. further local efforts,  and to urge Road Improve-  nn?_tit�� .; ���.  . _  Enjoy Guest Speaker  -..At the Far me m' Institute  Meeting held on February 2,.  twenty members were present,  with Mi A.H. Peppar as guest  speaker.  Amonig the subjects discussed for this, district were purebred livestock, land clearing,  water/ feeds, and lime.  In the expreissioni of the member's viewpoints, he joined with  his advice, aiijd in his discourse,  covered;:- some details (of the  annual meeting of the" District-  *.E' Farmers' Institutes; taxation, land clearing a^d market  boards.   ;  . ^ He laid stress on the need for  C o-o per a t i o __> between the  Boards of Trade and- the Far-  mere^ Institutes, and it is likely  that ii�� the coming months  some headway will be made in  the Province.through these two  groups working in conjunction.  rt is expected that tlie formative plans will be completed  for this district in the pot too  distant future..  The '-first meeting for the  Fair committee is dated for  Feb. loth. The Garden' Club  wiill  meet later.  teeeption  or Father Viney  Over one hundred guests  gathered together iin the Indian  School hall'to bid farewell to  Reverend Father L. Viney who  who has been School Principal  and Priest for the . Sechelt  Band for four and one half  years.'  In the reception held in his  hoinor Father Viney was presented with a leather club bag  by Herbie August on ~ behalf  of the Indian.School boys, and  a Holy Chalice ��� presented by  Linda Joe on behalf of the  Girls. Gladys Joe on behalf of  the Native sisterhood made a  presentation, and waaiy gifts  were given to the Father by  various families on the reservation. \  In a-farewell speech, Clarence  Joe thanked Father Viney for  the increased care received by  the children* -during his stay  with the Se c h e 11 Band, in  Health and welfare especially,  and said that they would long  remember his many kindnesses  and hoped . he would come  back some time if only to visit  amongst them.  The children; then- presented  ay. concert, the older folk had  a picture show, with a dance  for the. younger generation.  Father Vimey is being replaced by Father 0'Shea, who  was previously the Missionary  betw��em> Sechelt\ and Church  House. The New Mis^dnary is<  :-|he; ��� Reveir&��^^ .  Father Viney ^iir^tke Jup his  new duties: .mr-ithe:; Frovinee- of:  Of interest to Sechelt was the'  wedding o�� Eileen Hopgood,  d a u g h t e r of Mr; and Mrs.  Thomas John! Hopgood of  Vancouver to Lawrence A.  Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs.  John, A. Evans of-Sechelt.  The bride wore a gown of  Chantilly lacfe. complemented  with a shoulder length veil  held with a tiny cap.of matching lace embroidered with seed  pearls^  Her two attendants were;  Mass Marie Pye and Miss Mary  Hopgood. Miss Pye's? gown  was figured pink: .awl white  organdie over Taffeta with a  white feather hat. Miss Hop-  wood wore a shell pink jacketed gown/ of Swiss lace and pink  feather hat. Both carried Rose  carnations.  Miss Deirdry Hopgood, Miss  Donalda Etherington and Miss  Rose Marie Beck sang during  the service. Reverend Howard  MciMahon, officiated at the  ceremony in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Anthony  Guteoburg was best man, and'  the bride's three brothers  Faryl, Brian, and Brandan  Hopgood were ushers-: The  Tcvast to the bride was proposed  by Sidney Williamson- at the  Reception.  Mr. and Mrsi Evans left for  their Honeymoon, in Portland  Oregon.  FLOOD RELIEF FUND  Speciail collections wili be  received in> St Bartholomew's  Church in aid of the European  flood relief Fund on Sunday,  Feb. 15. also in St. Aidan's,  Roberts Creek, and in St.  Hilda's,   Sechelt.  lamon _  Mr. and Mrs. 0.H- Bartie, of Gibsons, celebrated their  Diamond Wedding anniversary by receiving over a hundred  and fifty guests at a party in the Legion Hall, art Friday evening,  February sixth. It was an unusual pleasure and a rare privilege  for the guests, one of whom remarked that Goldenr"Weddings  were not uncommon anymore, but a Diamoi d Wedding was a  delightful exception.  The   hall, .dressed   for   the      " : "���  occasion, was filled with guests,  wher*,-' to the strains of the  Wedding March, Mr. and Mrs.  Bartie entered and- walked  through the crowd of guests,  who had spontaneously risen  to their feet in; tribute. As they  walked with members of their  family, to . the front of the  room, applause broke out.  The old couple, both eighty  year,ii young, stood beneath an  arch of flowers to receive the  personal congratulations and  good wishes of every one of  their friends. At this point and  later, Mr. ai d Mrs). Bartie were  the subject of many photos,  by both aimateiir and professional cameram,en, for wThieh  often disconcerting experience  they posed with, all the poise  and graciouiiness of seasoned  society   subjects.  Mr. and Mrs. Bartie, their  soni Victor and hi& wife from  Vanieouver, one of their grand-  sonisi, their daughter and son-  in-law, Mr. iaird Mrs. W. Haley,  and special jguestsi, the Rev.  and Mrs. H-TJ. Oswald, were,  then, seated" at a table all decorated in whitejraaid silver^ p  Mrsri^tfcMacDon^ild, kn^wnn  as  piano  :: to all"the old ;friehd^pr  'Mrs- Mac', wen^t to the  and played  old songbv 'When  Vpu   and   I i were   To u n g,  Magfejje'', ;and pthersj   wh_ch  were sung by the guests.     Miv Oswald then rose, honored, ,_m�� he said, to be a guest at  such a rare  and  pleasan,t  occasion-,    a_id    read    several  telegrams.  Congratulatory  Messages    from    the    Queen,  Elizabeth  II;  Prime  Minister  ��� i ...n ������������   - .-l.., ..ii.'.-i. in ������ ���-..in    , i   'in ��� i ��� i_..-ii  i  MP���   ��    l_��_WII-i  PHN Transferred  To Vancouver Post  The Public Health Nurse,  Miss Bruna F-aicchini, has left  the district to work with the  Metropolitan Health Committee of Vancouver and surrounding municipalities.  LFnfortunately there will not  be 'aliTother nurse to take her  place for a month or more.  However, Mrs. E. Kendall,  clerk, will be in th,e Health  Office, to receive notifications  of comniunicabl diseases and  to assist in any way she can.  All Olinjics dn the district  will be cancelled until further.  notiee, If in doubt about any  health matter, kindly contact  the Medical Heatlh Officer, in  the- district: Dr. Inglis for Gibsons and surrounding areas;  Dr. McColl, Wilson- Creek to  Ha-lfmoo'iii Bay, and Dr, Tripp,  Jer^iis Inlet and Pender Harbour.  WORLD   DAY  OF  PRAYEE  WILL BE OBSERVED HERE  The Annual International  Women's Day of Prayer will  be helcl on Friday, Feb, 20th  at 2 p.m. in the United Church,  Gibsons, and in the Anglican  Church, Sechelt. At Roberts  Creek it will be held in the  United Church. Thii?) is a world  wide Day of Praver alwavs  held on the first day of Lent.  Louis St. Laurent; and the  Hon. James Siimclair, Member  of Perl lament for Coast Capi-  ���lai.o, were all read for the  guests to hear. There were'  telegrams, too-, from 'Harry,  Dorothy and the girls', from  4Phyllk,' and  others.  Presentations  of  gifts  were  theiv made to  the "'Bride and  Groom'   of   sixty  years   mar-  rfejge.    From    the    Canadian  Legion,  Branch   109.   a  wallet  for Mr. Bartie, from the L.A  to Branch 109, a-Purse for Mrs.,  Bartie, and from the friend- mi  the  commuriity,   the  contents  of each.  From  the Provincial  Command     c;f    the    Ladies'  Auxiliary, a cheque; from Mr.  Mr.  and Mrs-  J.  Castle, bouquets of red and white earna-  tionsv  and  from  the  M.C-  of  the  eveni.- g,   Jules   Schutz,   a  bouquet of red ro^es; fi*om the  KHnimeh,  a   lovely " flowering  pkmt, whose great royal purple  and    white    trumpet    bio oms  were beautifully appropriate-  'Besides all these, there was  a lovely ana-ivrsary cake, from  the ;Faniilyv and   a  beautiful  wedding ;e#ke|gal^e^froni Mm*  {^P'^Fmiaysohy-- who   came  vv  from VancoiTver to deliver it.  since she was u'cyable to attend  the party<  Mr. R. Maenicbl brought  messages of congratulations  Mr-id good wifihes to Mr- and  Mrs. Bartie from the Dominion-  Pre si d e nit of the Canadian  Legion, and from the Provicial.  Commai d, as well as his own  personal good wished.  Mrs- Bartie, with charming  naturalness, made a little  speech of thanks to all her  friends, and said that in sixty  years, marriiaigie wfrs hot. 'all  sweetness and light, it had its  troubles too, but happiness and  content were acheived by a  spirit of give and take.  Mr. Bartie too, rose to thank  their friends, those who could  not come to the party as well  as the many who had come, in  i-tpite of the heavy rain. He  said there might be many  couples who could celebrate  diamond weddings, but he was  sure that no- couple could possibly have i-o many real friends  as they. He too, had some little  jokes, to tell, and then, "My  wife says I've .said enough"  he concluded to'the^ joy of  every one. "'""-....  Old friends among the guests  who came from out of town  were Mrs. Stein.brunner Sr.,  from Squamjsh, Mrs. Davis,,  from the P r a i r i e; and Mrs.  Kiloh,   from  Vancouver-  It wras good to see the older  friends, Grannie McEwen and  Gram Cha^fter, both in. their  late eighties, 'Chuck' WLn-  gaer.t and Wm. Deans, also in  their eighties, present to con-,  gratulate Mr. and Mrs. Bartie.  A slipper was i-ierved and  after a��n 'imte-rval of general  'visitin_r', there was dancingr,  with Mr- and Mrs. Bartie leading in the first waltz.  At rrear midnight, the party  broke up. an r-venhig that will  live long in the memories of  us all.  i 2  The Coast News  Thursday February .12,. 1953  . .    (Established 19_5)  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.  Member B.C. Weekly Newspaper Advertising Bureau  SAMUEL   NUTTER,   Publisher  DO WORTMAN,  Editor  ���Published every Thicrsday at Gibsons, B.C.  Authorized as second class mail,  Post Office Department.   Ottawa.  Rates of Subscription: 12 mos. $3.00; 6 mos. $1.35; 3 mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign., $2.59 per year.  Phone Gibsons -5W  Bex 6, Gibsons. British Columbia  St Mary's Hospital  It is not the.-.policy of" the Coast News to lend it_*l_ editorially  to the promotion-of commercial enterprises individually, and in  our urging of support for the only Hospital in the area, we do  so, not from the point of view of commerce, but of humanity.  St. Mary's has been in the past to all this Peninsula, a life  saving institution, and can continue to be. We realise fully that  at the present time, it is much easier for thi? people of the lower  end of the Peninsida to go to Vancouver for hospitalization:' This  of course, contingentupon space being available in the already  ���overcrowded city hospitals.  When the. new road-program has been completed, it will  then be simply a matter of choice, in very many instances calling  for hospitalization.  The Hospital has) been operating at a loss for some time past,  and it Ihfis become too great a burd/en for the Columbia Coast  Mission to bear, for the benefit of the small number who have  been occupying the hospital.  Elsewhere we have published.-the many reasons for these  losses, and the reasons .why, regardless, the Hospital must be  kept in operation. ;  �� This, now, is, a plea for everyone, regardless of the area in  which they live, to give what help they can to raise the dz-.eessao;  funds to secure the continued operation of this very valuable  institution. Local barriers, whether of area pride, district rival-  Ties and petty jealousies must be oyer ridden in this present  ^emergency, and in tlie future,-to keep St. Mary's in operation.  Banned Films  In Alberta?!  A letter has, come to hand  from "I\J.A. Fleming, Chairman, Motion Picture Censor  Board", re: programme No.  467, January 18. 1953, " Which  Road to 'Peaiee- in  19.53",   a  ^  by R- H. Kennett  Raincoats, Umbrellas and  Galoshes were the order of the  day- during most of .;���January  for Gibsonites as well'as for  others residing on the coast of  British   Columbia.  Rainfall was excessive",' temperatures' very mild, and "skies  generally overcast. Some localities established hew extremes  for precipitation, while others  crowded existing records set  in January 1935 a;rid 1913, when  nearly 20 inches fell.'  Old man winter first showed,  his white blanket" on January  6th, but his "attempts to retain'  the upper hand Were quickly  washed away by mild air and  warm rains, which have continued every day since, a total  of 26 consecutive days with  precipitation to thie, end of  January. ���'"���*'  A total of 11.53 .inches of  rain fell at Gibsons, and combined with 6.6 imche# of snow,  made a total of 12.19 inches  of precipitation for the month.  Rain fell on 28 days during the  month, and there were, three  days with snow. January 15th,  the w e 11 e.s t day, had 1.79  inches of rain, while January  7th had the, greatest snowfall,  when 4.8 i/nche;;: were recorded.  The mean temperature for 8  a.m- was^ 39^8 degrees, while  for 8 'jpra^it was 41.0. degrees-  It is almost, certaiin. that Gibsons, too, reached near record  figure?, for rainfall, and days  with rain.  Most   residents   will    agree  that the winter thus far has  ' been mild indeed, and has represented a great saving on fuel  alone- Though signs of spring  are   evident,  over ?|x  weeks  remain (from Feb. 1st) till the  official   da^   of Nature's  awakening. February is flfhead  of ns. and some winter weather  is rtill to be" expected, whether  Mr. Groundhog'says so or not.  c  TowU ' Meeting   of   the   Air  Program".  We quote from this letter  for the. informaition of those  interested.: "No' films; have  ever been banned, in Alberta  on the grounds,; of racial prejudice".  Mr. Louis Hyndman, .at.  EdmontoBi Lawyer, secrf<tary  of the New. Era club. at that  time (April, 1950) announced  thigit it (the club) would, exhibit three-, ifilms banned by  the Alberta Censor Board, 1.  Don't be a Sucker, 2.. Everyman's, Wo rl d, and 3. The  House I Live Im, All of which  had been screened and approved by the Board on the following dates: June 24, 1946,  October 22. 1946, and November 17, 1946. All three films,  were given a 'Family Entertainment* classification, which  permits family showing anywhere in the province. Each  film was part of the well-  known series 'Canada Carries  On3, Mxid has been shown in  many Alberta theatres during  the. period 1946 ta 1950.  These three films w^ere included in the s y 11 a b us of  training for the Canadian  Army.  Providing the films I have  mentioned are the ones, referred to in your programme, and  they earn be no other, please  be good enough to give the  true facts concerning them  broadcast coverage equal to  the statements made in vour  program. This letter was direc^  ted to "Town Meeting Ltd.,  3189 West Broadway, Vancouver, B.C.  The book "West Coast Ex-  plo-rcJ'rs",'   by   Clara   Graham,  published  by School Aid   and  Text Book Co. Ltd., of Regina,  tia.sk. is designed for the Public  School  Childibn  from   Grade  three to'Grade i-ix and should  prove an excelled.t assistance to  the more formal text book presentation.   It   deals  with  these  men) of the past from the late  sixteenth century to the early  nineteenth, whose explorations  and   discoveries   of  the   West  Cosst ai'd routes to this land,  brought civilization and colonization in) their train.  The material is well presented, coi-'cise, and with enough  color to keep young interest  alive. The illustrationis are  numerous and'suitable to the  material.*  The conclusion, this reader  believes, could well have been  extemcled to.avoid the. note of  fntsration and hopelessness of  Simon Fraser. That he himself  did lL'Ot accomplish his pen ;o r>~  a] aim,s should mot be. permitted  to detract from the glory of  the work in in total. It would  have been well to have added  a short note or summary which  would have served to gather  all tlilei vari-colored threads?  into *a kind of tapestry of  triumph.  A pupil who has historical  material presented as it is in  '' Western Explorer,:''' would  be inclined in later studies to  a more interested research, we  believe- and to correlate more  readily his knowledge gleaied  then because of hi;?i keener  awareness and early association).. .  .Mrs. Graham, author of the  above described work has spent  most of her life in/. British Columbia, and at present lives at  .^R^berjs-^ 1945 :������'. she  fr^ilblishedS-; Sf��l-:- y*' Fur. .and  CJOldJiiin the^Kol^tenays" which  is found m many B.C. school  libraries ai? well #s a number  of Public and University. Libraries in both Canada and the  TJ? Hed -States. Mrs. Graham  has ailso helped arsemble historical material .for -authors  and groups in Montana, Washington and Id.ahoe as well as  havirig written a number of  hit ftorical articles for papers-  and periodicals.  mm  Halfmoon Bay  Rough & Planed Lumber  Halfmoon   Bay  mmmssmma  Phone  The  setting.  outside  the  Houue was good, and the scene  was unchanged, but inside was  another story. It reraii. ded one  of other old-time legislatures,  except the chin-whiskers and  the lawyers were conspicuous  by there absence..  \-  The Goverhmecft side looked  exiaetly like a Social Credit  side would look, anid the Speaker, a rugged 'Hielatf moh' way.  a startling c o n t r a st to ex-  Speaker. Mrs. Hodges, Mr-  Harold Winch, across the floor,  had the look of Mr- Ae?op's  Fox who lost a bone.  Whait might have been, had,  . Mr,     Wii ch    thought    twice  before tilting at so many Qtiix-;  otic windmills-  Nevertheless, on the whole  we shall get (found Govreniment,'  Premier is a ki ;o wledgeable  man, and is: no eompomiser.  Of All Descriptions  We Will  To.Your/ ���...-���������'  SPEGlilG/iTIGNS  "1%  slogam,  is  the  Week",  of The  stitute  glad to learn that the_  "I Would Help You",  theme of White Car e  said L.G. Williamson  Canadian National In-  for the Blind, "Blind,  employees are truly an asset  to many industries"-  The blind worker ouickly  acquires deft skill and high  production rate.- Not distracted by visual delights, he is  able to concentrate. He is air  ways careful to make ur'e of  all safety devices, and once  warned -shout dangerous ob-  tacles, the sightless i?hop worker takes good care to avoid  them- "The a c c i d e n t rate  amon/g the blind is remarkably  low," the expert said.  He listed a few industrial  jobs blind people perform well:  drill and kick press Operations,  motor winding, assembly if all  types, from a simple biscuit  box to the handling of tiny  parts, where . the .sensitive  hands of the blind are of wor-  derful value-  Even the deaf-blind, whose  handicap is so great, can make  a corftributioh to industry.  When given suitable work���  work which requires chiefly  a sense of touch and an alert  mind, the dea/f blird are incomparably efficient.  The smiles and nod& from  the back belchers gives them  ah air of obsequiousiess wi-eu  the Premier makes an apt sally,  but this will wear off as they  become more familiar with  their office.    ,   ���;..���-.  It should be borne in mind  that; this'Government has fallen  heir to. some choice left-overs  that should be of extreme value to them- It is very simple to  spiash twenty million dollars'*  i2iround when' it is picked up on  a doorstep.. ;   ��� ."'.-.'  TJie precarious bain: tee ojf  power gives the House a tense  ��� ��tm o s p her e. The Premier's  quip" about 'Take it > to the  People', coupled with the cer-  takity that he would be the  Phoenix that would rise from,  the ashes unchallenged, msaifces  the situation galling to the  other parties-  ,.. There   w^evisome    carpetbaggers abou^butfin the maiti-f  they received  short  shrift.' It  may well be that there will be  some deviatio,r.is from the ways  i��ind' means of the past in, the  matters' of Roads and Public  Welfare,' but  expansion   aval   -  ���progress   do jniOt  go   hand   in  hand ' with   :eo.n��triction ��� and  restraint,   and   the  inexorable  laws of Supply >?oad dem'ai d ia  tlie-market places are the guiding factors in what you may  or.may /iiiot do with the surplus,  "���if any-;   ������ ��� ��� :-������;':  The-present market situation  is. oertainly hot. secure enough  to warnainit any radical ii ,ter-  ference with any of the basic  resources trade and commerce.  There isi : the suspicion in  more erudite eircJes that%hen  some of the Socred members  get mOa'e ecquainited with the  hard facts of .commercial life,  and realise that ��iome of their  concepts of the gushing, sprirgs  springs of perpetual profits  are extremely rudimentary,  they, are due for some, disillusionment-  At, any rate,-.-wo- shall not see  thf Socred hand in the. velvet  glove until the political positions in the House are much  better resolved-  On) the whole, general opinion is that we are in for a lotng  period of Socred rule, and it  w.or/t be for lack of trying if  we don't get good Government.  The  'OV��  FOFt THE ^ERY  FINEST  13^liWARE  CHINA ahd D10r(K)OI)S  GEOOERIES  DRUGS  FISHING SUPPLIES  HOME ESSENTIALS  MURDOCHS  - Pender Harbour, R,C.'  Posters  Letterheads  Business Cards  A nnou hcements  Bills aind Inyoices  "::i    Let  handle your  printing requirements.  j  m^sss^5s^__j^&  ?���^^^>!���^:���y���:<���^yA*v^^v__tiMBH_s___���Bn_uf*���'  Or. JIM BRENT  **Road-. of- I4f��'V*�� a1 ifa_b-R��ce_. story, of*  ���yrgeon and -cteaitia8.'�� cimse* and!'pliivdt*  lifei You*Hv enjoy :the ��iory of .Dr. _-_��  Brent; and' liis fiancee and patient,  Jocelyo.' McLeod.  Dial 980 Monday1hrough  Friday^at i&O pan*  mmmmWmN^  �� irv^;^H^^C^i^.-^_r.^o_^_.rl^^!Wr��^_a^lr4M^^ Thursday- Febru/stry 12, 1953      The Coast News'  mmmbiim  This . w^ek, the University  >pf B.C. had two graduate students in Community ai d RegionalPlani .ing visiting the  peninsula. Mr.-;P(_(fcterso-i' and  Mr..'-.Jtfarry are undertaking a  negienal survey, of' the area.. as  part of. their graduate; studies  in Region's] P!i__ininig.  ; Their call upon the Gpa-��  _>[e ws for :::U foj*-matio n con cerar  ing the, P e niirs u 1 a became  rather an intereh^in-g discussion. They 'eft temporarily; if  not with a great deal of factual  material, at lea.t, with the  frames and locations of those  persons in the -district'. from ^  whom ��� Ave knew they could  obtain a tru.?, &md comprehensive picture of the whole area.  We.:hope that tho <;. upon whom  we suggested: they"-call' have  br-.ei}. able to  take-the t'ine' to  the knowledge they are seek-  ses ror \m  mg.  _-/ - *  The expressed hope, of the  University is that the resultant report will he of academic  value, as well as. of some benefit to the people of the community arid the .various public  agencies concerned with the,  development of the area..  Th e C o ast N ew..-. has-been  promised a copy of the report  as n&on as it has been, eom-  niled. '.''-. . ���  Ufjiiil  m  From a corresponded t conies  this worth while suggestion for  o. e use for the surplus power  ���surplus, that is, to present  .'Peninsula requireme.ts, generated at. .the Clowom . Falls  plant.   v .   -,.....-  Port MeKon. could, and" we  believe would, use" .8.11 they-  would i eed, if on^y they could-  be connected to.the source.  ��� This might welPbe done, by  TurJniiig an industrial line" from  the sub^'fatioii "at Secheltr  along the-.- logging road of the  MacMillanHBlG.edell': Company  This road runs over the mountain down to within four miles  of the beach on. Howe Sound.-  By rnakii g further use. of the  old Taylor Roads along Dakota  Creek, this would eventually  bring a line to within one mile  of the Port Mellon Plait:  Thi.! -remaining mile should  riot be too.difficult to clear to  run. such a'  line.  Here you see pictured the Golden Anniversary -Buicks  ���engineered, styled, powered and bodied to be-  fully worthy of their paragon role in this fiftieth year of  Buick building.   .      -       .   .  A quick listing of simple facts will reveal just cause for  celebration. J-et's start off with the new 195 3 Buick Custom,  ^r- It has a newly-designed Fireball Strclght-8 Inglne.  The importantly stepped-up Fireball Straight-^actually gives  the 1953Custom with Dynaflow even better performance than -  the 1952. Roadmaster* And this brilliant iie%v performance  is achieved., with amazing economy and without the need for  premium fuels/' ..'.-���������  ���^r- It has Fireball Horsepower.  Engine horsepower per pound has been increased to[ 130 on  Dynaflow-equipped models and 125 on cars equipped with  Synchro-mesh transmission, for more brilliant performance.  ^ It has a compression ratio off 7.6 to 1.  New combustion chamber raises compression to 7.6 to 1 with  Dynaflow, shortens flame travel for greater power and fuel  efficiency.  "jAf It has a new *TwIn-Turbine Dynaflow Drive.  Now adds far swifter,*quieter, more efficient getaway to infinite  smoothness at all speed ranges. *  ^ It has GM Power Steering .*  This year the Buick Custom with Dynaflow Drive offers you the  wondrous handling ease of GM Power Steering.l  ^lt has a still finer ride. v  The softest, steadiest, most buoyantly level  ride that Buick's advanced engineering  has yet produced.  ^Optional atextra cost.  Buick SUPER 4-Door Riviera Sedan  e SuperJhe ffoadmaster  Yes, there's wonderful news about the. 1953 Buick SUPERS and ROAD-  PIASTERS, too. For instance, they're powered by a completely new V-8  engine with one of the highest compression ratios in the industry. It develops 188 horsepower for Roadmaster, 170 for the Dynaflow-equipped  Super, and it's so compact that a newi more manoeuvrable chassis has been  built around it!  But-nb listing of facts and features can do justice to the phenomenal  Golden Anniversary Buicks. No words can really tell you the beauty you  see, the comfort you feel, the excitement you experience when you make  first-hand acquaintance with these big, beautiful, bounteous Buick Customs  and Supers and Roadmasters for '53.  So come in and see for yourself that these are, in simple truth, Buick's  gieates-1 cars in 50 great years!  Buick ROADMASTER 4-Door Riviera Sedaff  M-653A  Peninsula Motor Products rtmm��Ttmmitftf-lfii*<ifr^i&wnm��miii*  The Coast News      Thursday Februatry 12, 1953  Petanary   13 ��� Gibsons, 2  pm.  at United Cliurcii  Hall,  St.  Bar.  tlibiomews  WA.���  St^ .'Valentines  tea and. home cooking.  Pebaruary 13 ��� Friday at 8 p.m.  at Redroofs Hall���VON Social  Evening. Cards, Bingo, Refreshments.  February 14 ��� Gibsons, 11 sun.  at Drews store next to Marwells,  St. Mary's Church home cooking  sale.  February 14 ��� dibsons School  Hall. Gibson's Badminton Club  super duper hard times dance, fun  and prises, for all���only 75 cents.  February 1* ��� Roberts Creek at  the big hall. The PTA Hard Times  Dance, good music by the Rhythm  Pals, Mifee, Ma3rk and Jack.  . OVO CHIEF TOTEM says "'White''  man build big: tire, then! stand back  so far no warm, near free*�����-  Indian build s___s.ll flre^ ge^ close,  warm." Ow old Cft&eftan friend  knows���list your property big Com- ���  pany���too many listings���no luck  ���list with Totem���ACTION.  -^binary  18  ���  Gibsons United  Ciiurch Hall at 8:15 pan. annual  meeting of the ��� Gibsons __lberal  Association,  February 20 ��� St. Hilda's Church  Sechelt, Women's World Day of  Prayer at 2 p_n. All women welcome.  , February 21 ��� Sechelt PTA Box  Social in the I_egion Hall. Admission  Gents $1.00, Ladies a box lunch.  February 27 ��� Gibsons High  School Auditorium. The Headlands  chapter VON presents the Peninsula Choraliers ��� an evening you  will really enjoy.  March 6 ��� Roberts Creek Community HaU. Annual Concert by  the Roberts Creek String Orchestra  March 14 ��� Gibsons School Hall,  Gibsons Volunteer Firemens' 7th  Annual Ba_l. Benny Stone's Orches.  tra; surprise ^exotic. entertainer as  well. Be seeing you there.  April 4 ���- Gibsons Board of Trade  Big ���'' Easter -Dance. ~:-��;' 7- ': -V >"���: V ��� -...  SPECIAI.  ���  Hopkins,   traterfroni  cottage, 4 rooms, 2 be&roomsv staa- :  dard   bath,   plastered   walls,   new  roof, furnished, only $4900.  TOTEM   REALTY  Phone Gibsons 44  FOR SALE  FOR  RENT  Selma.' Park: Lovely modern home,  like new, grand location, fine view,  down payment only $2100. You will  love this.  Totem Realty  Gibsons.  Vacancies for winter months. Fully  modern cabins with electric cooking  and heat. Low rates. Phone ���f  Ridgeway Motel, Gibsons 68L.  [     Rough and  Planed Lumber  \      Phone  Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  KOLTBRMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  Alder wood,  $10.50  per cord;   Fir  wood $11.50 per cord, .delivered.  E. McCartney.  R.R.  1..  Gibsons.  Phone 67H tfn  Goats' Milk 30 cents quart, 16  cents pint, delivered in Gibsons,  Grantthams, Hopkins, Two and  three year English ��� Walnut, Trees,  $1.00 and; $1.50. Apply G. Charman  Box 22, Gibsons 8  Good buy���Chev car $225 cash, full  price. Wilson. Johnson Gower Point.  The   "Wee  MacKay'^   Gitfnetter  34 feet long, 9 foot 6 inch Beam,  110 Crown Chrysler, A-l condition.  Apply John MacKay Jr. Murdoch's  Store, Pender Harbour, B.C.  Good Wood and Sawdust, old growth  Fir and Millwood, dry Fir Sawdust.  Phone Gibsons 84W ��� or see Joe  Rushton,   Roberts  Creek. Ifn  Comfortable Suburban Hcane in  fine setting of one third acres, val.  tied, at $13000\ Will consider as  down payment small house on  waterfront, with light, waiter^ and  gardten space. Contact owner at  243a Sperling Ave, North Burnaby,  Vancouver, B<.C. 7  Old established Saw-Filing and  Lawn Mower Grinding Shop on  Main Street in North Vancouver.  Shop fully equipped. 2 Power-  Grinders, Welding Outfit, Motors,  Tools, Spare Parts. Fine 4 room  Hoiise. For full particulars, apply  H.V. CbKins, 105 Lontedfele- Ave.  North Vancouver.  14 acres half cleared, Home, Root  House, Chicken Houses, Fruit Trees,  Year round Springs, water piped  in house, level land, good view,  plenty of wood, all fenced, real  terms. Totem Realty Gibsons, B.C.  farm opportunity. Bargain on easy  FOR  RENT  Furnished Cabins by day week or  month. Bit's Motel, Bay Area,  Gibsons. tfn  WANTED  Spray and Brush Painting; also  paper hanging. J, Melhus. Phone  Gibsons 33. tfn  Dave Gregerson ��� Licenced Eiec.  trician. Madeira Park, Pender Harbour. Phone 11H tfn  WATCH REPAIR ��� All types of  watches and jewelry repaired. Re.  liable, fast, efficient. Union General  Store, Sechelt. - tfn  CARD of THANKS^  We wish to extend to our neighbors and friends of Roberts Cr_ek  Gibsons and Sechelt, also the Ladies  of the Roberts Creek Red cross  Society, PTA, VON, and Eestern  Star also the Ladies' Auxiliary of  the Roberts Creek Canadian Legion,  and the Roberts Creek orchestra  our grateful thanks for their kind  expa*essions of sympathy, and floral  tributes, during the illness and  death of our husband and father.  Mrs. H.J. Robinson,  Mrs. E.J. Shaw  CARD OF THANKS  We wish to thank all our friends  for their gifts} flowers, cards anfljL  good wishes to  us.   We  are both  deeply touched by the kindness of  you all.  Sincerely  Yours,  H. and C   Bartla.  Gower  '���;  Gleanings  By GYPSY TOWERS  New neighbors) in the Marshall house, the name is Fulton  and they come from Gran-  fhams-Glad to welcome, them  to Gower, even: if it is only for  three months. -���  Tom Dick up to inspect the  alteratiors,- A shott visSt to  town for Mr- Maiel-itosh. Re-  , ports from Mr. and Mrs- J.  Beaton tell of a "nice trip to  Portland, much rain, arid the  baby sitting progressing well  but a little nostalgia creeping  in for Gower, despite its tu>-  paved highways and iaiek of  neon lights.  Hear too that Mrs-' Alice  > Henide_$o_-3 of Bedeque in enjoying, a prolonged visit on the  Prairies with her son acid his  family and going "from - there  to her old home in; Prince  Edward Island and enjoying -  every minute of it.  The Rev. Osw.aild making his  cheery visits along the Bay.  Mrs. Dykes in to town to have  a check up aid to visit her  family. James very busy with  the orders she left, behind.  Harry Chaster and Jimmy getting tired of- their own cooking  and wishing Flo would sooii  get back ii]/ the groove- Gram  Chester very cozy in her new  hoi^e- busy .tending her flock  of chickenSi  Will refrain, from  mention-  tlie roads, or are they?  Gibsoas; Briefs  by F.B.  Patricia    Wood    celebrated        The annual meeting  of the  her sixth  birthday on Friday   .Howe Sound Branch, Canadiaki  Wanted boarding place with shelter  for 2 saddle ponies, near Gibsons  till June. Contact; Ebba: Kline, care  of J. Lowden, Gibsons, B.C.  WANTED TO RENT  Business Man   reguires small cot.  tage,   fully   furnished,   in  Gibsons  area, if possible. Box 12, the Coast.  News. 7  WaJbted to rent for month of July .  modern waterfront hotae, *withj 3  bedrooms, good beach, Hopkins to  'Sechelt. Excellent references. Expect to P^y , good -rental. Need  Urgent. Totem Realty Gibsons B.C.  WORK WANTED  by W.M. New  Mr. and Mrs. Fox of Van-  ebtiyer;^ farmer residents of  'Giibsbns, hMe been visiting Mr.  and Mrs. .^itchett. They timed  iheir visit "'so they could join  the many 'friends who were  helpiLg Mr. and Mrs. Bartie  celebrate  their, anniversary.  Mr. and Mrs. Bouchfctte are  leaving Gibsons/ to live in. Vancouver. Mrsv Bouchette is still  in hospital there, but her  friends will be glad to hear  she -# improving after her resent serious illness.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Davies from  Calgary havft been, ecqoyiug  a visit with Mrs. Dora /Benu.  Mr. Humphreys is home again  briefly, but he and Mrs. Humphreys will spoil be hack to  Granthams to stay for the  snjmmer. *  Tihe Women's World Day  of Prayer will be celebrated  on February 2Qth. This year  the programme has been prepared by church leaders in  Africa. The special service in  Gibsons will be in. the United  Church at 2 p.m., and is in  charge of leader;;, from the  Anglican, Pentecostal, a n. d  United Churches. All women  are invited to attend. This  service is especially, important  in this time of fd many world  tensions. -      >  SELMA  PARK  -mmb���_���__���_���_���tmrnamtammmmmmmmmMMmmmmaammmam  by H. I. L>  Selma Park Resort has been  purchased by Mr. W: Flay of  Vancouver; Mr. Flay' 1st the son.  of former owners of the Resort.  His parents were good workers in the community which  they left inj 1948, and it is. very  nice to have another member  of the family here again. We  welcome the. rew owner and  wish him every success .in his  jrew ei~ture.  Mrs. Hary Batch elor is recovering from her operation, in  the Vancouver General Hospital. Wp hope to see her home  soon. Mr. and Mrs, H. Steed  are guests at the Hotel Gros-  by inviting in a few friends  for a party. Teddy Knowies  celebrated his ninth birthday  on Saturday by having three  chums in for supper and then  to the show.  The  neighbors of  Mr.  aid  Mrs.   Charlie  Trethewey  held  x a surprise farewell party for  them at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. Bill Malyea on Saturday-  night and presented them with  a ejmoker staid. Charlie leaves  this week, Pearle and Donald  will follow shortly. They plan  on makii.g their home in Kam-  loops. They shall be missed in  -the district after being here so  many years.  Our sympathy vto Mr. ard  Mrs^ George Frith on the death  of Sue's father, Mr."Bateman;  . , 0lad to,report that 'Mr. Reg  Godfrey is progr^isihg nicely  sii ce ..his operation. Mrs. Win  Stewart is fine and back on the  job.  It was a race gesture of the  Browiieg td present Mrs. Sten-  ner with a bon voyage gift,  as she leaves for England at  the evd of the month to visiit  her family.  I see Mrs. Swarison is home  with her baby girl who was  born on  Ja.' uary  10th.  Mr. and Mrs. Alex King are  moving: to Pr>rt Mellon* on the  fii'i>jt of March.-  Red Cross Society, resulted in  the following Officers; beiiag  elected: President, Nonnan  MacKen^ie: ?Vice~Pi-esidea:t>  Mrs. Jules Mainil; Secretary  -Jreasurer, T.A.B. La*s(m;  Campaign Managers, the Presi  dent and Viee-PresideiM.  The delegate to the meet-v  inig of the Provincial Red Cross  in March^ is Mrs. MJaiiiil. The  Rev. Bue_ifie1d is Hcwiorary  Presider*. Chairman of the  LocaJ , Disaster Relief Committee is Normal MacKen&ie.  Seehelt  By ARIES  Glad to see Mrs^ Marjorie  Hackett back after being away  so long and hope by now she  is recovered from her accident.  Came back with Son Bob  driviri* from Vancouver.   ; ,    -  Also here for a brief stay  is Mr. acd Mrs. AI Genower.  Mr. Genower is a son of Mrs.  E. Genower and brother of  Mrs. W. K. Berry.'  Mrs. W. McKissock  was i��  Vancouver for a few days with  Gerry.   Mrfe.   Roy  Webb  and  Carol \ have    returned    home.  after a brief trip to Portland.  By Mrs. Swan  ,Wi *" t'Jie skifl - of ; the pipeis  and the. spi-ej. tae the Haggis,  the Burn's supper'"got oift to  a good sta_*t in, the Cafeiteriiet,  Saturday night. Buck Wood-  side, escorted by Piper Duncan  MacGinnis carried in the  Haggis. Mr. A. Graik gave the  Spiel tae the Haggi^ aiid Mr,  Swan, the Selkirk Gra��e�� ";  After a suppea* o? Haggia,  happit tatties* ; bashed n.eepi^  ana the usual bill of fare, Mr,  .Craik gave a short but htimor-  otis toast to the Immortal  Memory.^.-; v.... .._,.;  There were Toasts' to the  Queen^ by Mr. Wood; Canada,  by Mr. Watson, responded to  Swan:; and Tae the Lassies,  by R, Gill; Scotland by J.  by H. MaxiDonaid, responcled  to by Mrs. Swani There were  solos and Highland Dances, as  well as the Pipes. Mrs. E.  Freer was the accompanaist.  As Chairman, Mr. Wood  w elcome d the guests, and  thamj-ed the artists for one of  the best concerts the Burns.  Club has ever had.  R. Paradis thaiiitked the Club,  and h 6 p e d there would be  many  more Suppers.  The table decorations were  tulips, daffs and purple.heather. The table for the guests of  hono_* and: the artists was  graced with a  cloth  clone  in  with  Mr. and Mrs. Ian McKechoie  of Middle Point spen/t a short-   true Scottish tradiitior  tiin'e'", in'/S^bhellt' visiitkiig.  _vlr.    the  Selkirk Grace  crotcheted  ar d Mrs. Ken %Whita,ker. into the deep 1 ace border, arnfd  ' We" are sorry to hear that* a thistle'in each corner, This  old-timer Johnny Cook is in was loaned by Mrs. Cardinal,  St. Mary's Hospital at Pender    whose Mother,  _fe.  Edwa.rds  of Van:couer,  had  dona thifs  work.  Following the :s��u p p e r, a  dance was held, with music by  the MellonaireSb ���        <  The stork has been busy  again. The Malcolm Careys, had  a son, as did the Keith McGees.  We congratulate the proud  paretRits.  Glad to see G. MacDonald  home from the Hospital. He?a  staying pretty close to home  for a few days. Mrs. S- Peter-  SAni home again, and taking  thirds easy for awhile, but sin&  now has Pat and Shirley in  bed with the Flu. Mrsw H. Mac-  Donald is home with the new  ba��by. ./' p.'  "...  Baby Olenburg had to b&  -taken) to hospital with prcti-  mbnia. .On the m e n d now,  though- If. only the road were  through, arccious "parenttis could  Harboi\r  stricken  with  pneu-  mor^iai '    '  Porpoise Patter  by Sally* Ann  Mr. Donald Gilmour of Vancouver visited his mother and  brother at Doriston last week  end. Mr. Gilmonr has just recently returned from a trip to  the Cariboo.  Mr. William Anderson k  busy these days clearing... his  lots on. the Porpoise Bay Road,  where they plan to build a new"  home. Mr. C. St&bbs is engaged  in making some alterations to  the. interior of his home.  The Tom Gory family are  again? living in their home in  Sechelt, which was damaged  by a fire early in the fall. In  the meantime it has been re  paired and altered. >....,-      .       ...., ..      .,-., y-^ .,  The roads  from Ihe  wharf    Set i�� touch mth a D6ctor and  up on, the wesft side of the Bay    sa^ *��**>? :*' ^fi, *? ^w*-. _ -  are .getting p r o. g r e s s i v e 1 y -. ^ot *��*?.?��* J>ein| ^caught  worse. Unless the raims eea^, .��**�� ^^ M ^ ��^d^ :���  mighty, soon- we'll We, forced ^on Durham ca^t,three, :  to 5nstaH, a  ferry ^stem to   .**m 8 to^3 polios.   +     ^v.  Mrs. C. .Wood, gave a tea'to.  welcome aV recent' bride. Mrs--  J. Johnson, to Port Mell^i.  Mr. Ed Shepherd has brouht  home a bride, the former Miss  Dolores Larson of North  Battleford, at which place ;tliej'  wedding took place.,  The PTA nave   postponed  the Cribbage tournament.  ford the mar.gr'��� lakes which  cover our highway.  venor for a few days, and are  visiting* old friends in New  Westminter.  Mrs. R. Lister and children  spent a few day?' in West Vancouver, guests of the former's  parents. Thursday February 12, 1953 The Coast News  5  RECEIPTS  eiieit see����! uisinc  STATEMENT   OF   RECEIPTS  AND   PAYMENTS  For the Year Ended December 31, 1952  Exhibit "B"  -MISCELLANEOUS '���.'..  Sale  of Assets  ... .....;���.-.... ...    $   1,607.05  Rentals   ............../...,....         1,098.95  e  Bodk Rentals ...... ........... v.  Supplies    Miscellaneous ,   �������������������_.���  if4.00  1,172��7.0  44JS.25  801.83  ��GOVERNMENT GRANTS .  x>dloXv/    ... . ��� ... �����...���.������ ............................. tp  _ro,oi_t.LlO"  Conveyance of pupils  16,509.49  * Boarding allowance >.......   871.50  Special Aid   ... .' .',........ 106,243.92  Department  of Health  .....;. "....���  ;   1,601.50  i>u.iictin.g   {..... .;.;.;���;-.. .���,...���.-..., ,..��� .    oo,947..b9  Equipment '. 842.72  RURAL TAXES .:...........  BANK LOAN '.P....,.....:...............   ���ASH ON HAND AND IN BANK ��� Janurary 1, 1952  General Accoumt ...........,^.\.:  $   4,230.40  Special Levy Account ���  By 1 aw Current Ac count  Bylaw Savings Account  ���       ��        ���     -,---     0        *       *        ��  1,470.78  2,616,07  8,822.1?  ,c.v  ' VArFIJNNELL. .Chairman ;' "P  ANNE . BURNS .Secretary ���'"'"  D.W.M.  BONE, C.A- Auditor  $   5,302.78  258,811.88  96,761.24  18,000.00  17,13^.42  $396,015.32  "���-���'.���   PAYMENTS  ADMINISTRATION  Salaries   $  '  Offioe Expense ..*....,...  Trustee Expense ..........  General Expense   *�������������*��*-���*.*  3,302.14  810.62  1,736.11  1,713.30  INSTRUCTION    /  Teachers' Salaries  ..... ..................... 124,211.68  School Clerical Salaries .....   -       406.00  ��� Teaching Supplies  -  6,123.93  Other Instruction, Expense  1,158.07  OPERATION  Janitors'  Salaries       14,613.33  Janitors' Supplies  ...  i  3, 402.22  Light, power, water and fuel  Insurance, rentals, etc. . ?......  REPAIRS    AND  MAINTENANCE  Grounds - wages and supplies  ...  Buildings - wages and supplies  '...  Equipment - wages and (supplies   Sundry      ���    ----     t        -        ��        ��'    *���;     ��       *  k   m.  ft, m   ���..��.'��    ��    ��   ���   o   m   ���   *   ���  AUXILIARY   SERVICES  Health   .....  .....  Dormitory and boarding   NON-OPERATING EXPENSES  Payments to Other School Board*  Text Book Rentals '.-.'  DEBT SERVICES  CONVEYANCE  OF  PUPILS  Outside Contracts ....- .^..........,  Other Conveyance Expense ... .\P"..........  CAPITAL  ACCOUNT     ���  "A ^ Vv wV   ;.l* LI * *��� 1A * i-l Si o     ���  ���-���-��������������������������������*������������*����������'**���  lf; ^Reconstruction and Additions   '... .   P$ .N^w Equipment and Furniture i.-.-*.;���;.;  ^CASil: IN  l��4-NK -^December 31^ 1952  Genera:! Account   ...'. .*...'./:... .V. :'.  Special Levy Account   ......���..........  Bylaw Current Arcottn. .........'.".   Bylaw Savings Account ...........   ��������*.-���  *  *  10.103.37  4,867.14  695.40  8,502.85  1,363^12  1,3.98.17  3,549.70  1,747150  621.50  1,188.70  Debenture Principal , ....'. 15,000.00  Debenture Interest ���... '. ��� 10,380.00  Bank Loan  ?;...... A .. ��;.;.. 18,000.00  Barak Charges ...;::...... 101.41  32,187.45  408.01  10,852.13  83,765.31  1,464.70  2Q,ji)44.42  7,498.83  650.37  281.13  3,866.73  $   7,56&I7  131^899.68  32,988.06  11,959.64  5,297.20  1,810.20  43,481.41  32, 595.4��  116, 126.56  12,297.04  $396,015.32  Sechelt School District No. 46  REVENUE   AND   EXPENDITURE   STATEMENT  / .   .. For the Year Ended December 31, 1952   ... .-  INCOME  MISCELLANEOUS .'  Rental,    $   1,104.95  Denital   ..-.'��� ������".-.;';; ..,..-.... 174.(D  >       it, **_���_-_���__*���_���_���_���_���__���_��������-��  GOVIDRNMENT  GRANTS ;'-  Basic   ...:.......    $ 43,815.06  Oontveyance of pupils . ���.....���      19,306.57  Special Aid  ;/���.".':���'.............'.     106,243.92  Dormitory and Boarding  808.50  Department of Health      .!.... '        825.00  RURAL TAXES :......  A.  FUNNELL  Chairman  ANNE   BURNS   Secretary  D.W.M.  BONE, C.A- Auditor  CERTIFICATE  The Board of School Trustees,  Sechelt School District No. 46,  Gibsons, B.C.  1 have examined the books and records of Sechelt School District  No. 46, for the year ended December 31, 1952, aaid  I CERTIPy that, in ray opmion, all moneys received by the Boardi  during, the year tended December 31, 1952, hfi/vfe been properly accounted  for and expended for sch-ol purposes, as sliown oh the attached statement-of Receipts, and Payments (Exhibit "B"). ,  I also CKRTIPy that the attached statement of Income and Expenditure (Exhibit "C'?) has been properly drawn up so a�� to show the, result  of operations for the year ended December 31, 1952, according to the best  of my mformation, the explanations given ti?:ni^, sand as shovm by the  books. This statement indicates-an excess of mcome over expenditure  i;of $6,15214.-' ; "..,_ '""':'  ''������..'*���  Ci     The amount of Fire Insurance in force at December. 31,1952, in respecfc  of Buildings aiid Equipment was $7���d.O00.06.  :,'.  "   '-p':-'->- '    D.WJM.  BONE  Chartered Accountant  1043 W. Pender St.-T     .  Vancouver. 1, B.C. ; ��,  Februarys, 19S3. .  $    1,278.95  170,999.05  96,761.24  $269,039.24  EXPENDITURE  ADMINISTRATION  Salaries  .. ���    Office Expense   '..:���.���    Trustee Expense   General Expense   INSTRUCTION  Teachers' Salaries   School Clerical Salaries   Teaching  Supplies   Other Instruction, Expense  .... .���.-.���;���   OPERATION  Janitors' Salaries _. -.���/   Janitors' Supplies      Lignt, power, water, fuel   Insurance, rentals, etc,    REPAIRS    AND  MAINTENANCE  Grounds- wages and supplies   Buildings - waiges and supplies  .'   travelling expenses  Equipment - wages and supplies   AUXILIARY   SERVICES  Health   Dormitory and Boarding   NON-OPERATING EXPENSES  Payments to Other School Boards*  DEBT SERVICES  . Debenture Principal   Interest on Debentures     Bank  Charges,   etc   CONVEYANCE  OF PUPILS  Outside Coi tratcts   Other Conveyance Expense    CAPITAL   ACCOUNT  Expenditures from General Funds    Lea? Provincial Government Grants    Exhibit "C"  *  ���   #  ������  s>  EXCESS OF REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURE  $ 3,302.14  1,050.62  1,661.59  1,713.30  $ 7,727.$&  124,156.89  406.00  5,931.53  1,108.02  ��  *  13^,602.44  14,613.33  3,408.19  10,076.43  5,523.42  33,621.37  695.40  9,569.69  1,546.17  11,811.2$  3,499.70  1,747.50  5,247.20  621.50  15,000.00  10,354.00  101.41  25,455.41  32.187.45  '408.01  32, 595.40  17,192.89  2,988.08  14.204.81  262.887.10  6.152.14  $269,039.24 ftvm/rtBimirrii��m\Kmrr  6;.  The Coast News  Thursday February 12, 1953  Coast .News Classified  By stu&ents of Elphinstone Jcnior-Senior High School  Editor in Chief: Celia Flumerfelt  Social News Editor: Vera Bnrsey  News Editor: Donita, Bingley  Sports Editor: B.J. Woods  The Sports Beat fa j ^ ^  tip  had written a full write-  lafct week  on  our sueeess-  by Eric Lindwall  \  ful trip to Squamish on Jan.30,.     . Last  week,   Curiosity   over-  hu.t it must have got lost on.the    came my deep-rooted sense, of  .'��;i..'A���    4-\    +1>^.    n-an?_ol     fPll_.    OI��ftVPo  way to the presses! The scores  were as follows "in the junior  boys5 game: Elphinstone won  by a close (26���24). score.  Thb Elphinstone. jgirlsf also  woiii.in their gained against the  : Bqnamish squad', 33���27.  ���'. In the Senior boys' game,  we managed to squeeze out a  26���21 win, thereby sweeping  all three games?!. The last game  was even closer than the score  'indicates.  Boh Nygren scored 16 points  to top the scoring honor?, as  usual. This brings Bob's season total to. 83 points in six  games. Dick Reichelt wan next  with 8 points and Bill Nicholls  got   the   remaining   two.  The basketball team took a  rest last week, but all three  teams play on February 13th,  against Woodfibre, here at  Gibsons. Then on February  20th, Duke of Connaught  Intermediate boys come up to  play a si.; gleton againgt our  seniors. Like to see you at both  .games.  ./burning now to badminton:  John, Marsh and Mary-Jean  Kennedy won the senior mixed  doubles, beating Ja;c ... Johnson  a,rd Ted Hume. John Marsh  also won the s e n ior boys  singles, again setting down Ted  Hume*.  Doug   Livings-toil e t defeated  Teddy   Scott   to  >capture   ihe  Chess   Champion��h;ip.  of   the  ���  School.  The   other   tournaments   are  undecided as yet.       .'  Roy Duncan  Council Briefs  At the meeting of the new  council held on February 2nd,  the injvitatiqns to the school  party and transportation to  the pafc'ty from ' Sechelt and  Roberts Creek was discussed.  It was decided that no students  under fifteen, would go to the  senior party, (unless in Grade  Nine.) Bob Nygren aske,d the  council for the sum. of ten dollars.* to be used in decorating  the hall for the Junior and  Senior party. It was' decided,  that students' without activity  cards pay a,n extra twenty-  five ^cefiits admission' to any  school function where an an-  mission^iiv charged. A committee, to suggest ideas for Home  room and Assembly . period,  entertainment,  wias  elected ..  At the February 4th meeting,  a suggestion from .the. Senior  tip for coi mderations dealing  Bateketball teams was brought,  with.the idea that the school  design, a cougar, be paanted  in the middle of the gym floor.  It was dtcided to obtain a  cougar head design for ring?  and pi/r*, and also the prjeers,  especially in the case of pins,  with and without, ch^nns.  caution and I entered the local  bowling   alley���not   to   play,  mind, just to iook amd listen..  The bowling alley in shining  chrome   and    gleaming   hardwood*, held little interest for-  my feeble mind but the bowlers  themselves  fascinated  me  with their different con tortious  and  gesticulations..- I   noticed  that there are two main types  of bowlers, (and I don't mean  men'   and    women    bowlers,) ���  .there   is   the   cautious  bowler  a.ivd .the   ^evil-onay^oatre   one.  The cautious bowler, (usually  a   woman   and   thus   eagerly  surveying   the  possibilities   of  ���striking  the   pin-boy   as  well  as the pins,) chooses a ball, with  care-i-lu'd then creeps'up to the  foul line as if afraid that the  pins  would  run   away if   she  made any undue motion. Ah!.  the delivery, and the ball rolls  s e d a t e 1 y  along,   eventually  dropping  into  the   gutter  un- .  less?..--wonder   of   wonders,   it  travels the length of the alley  and she makes a strike!  The devil-may-care fellow,  in the exact opposite, snatches  his bowling ball up, tears down  the alley and, by s'om.e supreme  effort  By F. Cormaek  REMEMBER V(XN week,  February 22, to 28.      .  At the VON meeting last  week, week at the home of Mr.  W. K'ortermaai, it was, decided  ���to hold a Social Evening on  Friday. Feb. 13th, at the Redroofs Hall. Everyone w.elcome  at8:00p-m.  Mrs,- W- Meikle of Welcome,  Beach at tended the VON  Board meeting in Sechelt last  week;    ."... ���-���-���* ��� ;  We note by the last issue  of the Coast News that Anne's  Cafe itt'.Gibsons has been taken  over by-Mrs. Nuotio- While a  resident" of Secret Cove, ' she  made many friends in this district, who: wish her well in her  ntew. venture.  For Your  Reg. Godfrey,  Phone Grantham 56  I RECTORY  Please Clip This Directory Out and Ha,ng By Your Phone  For Reference  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  The   'temporary'   repairs  to-  All Types of Accounting Problems  Expertly Attendee!  INCOME TAX A SPECIALTY  Dockside   Service   to   Fishermen.  G.O.   FAHRNI..."'  Ganibier  Harbour  Gibsons Kindergarten  t  the low spots on the Redroof-  Welcome Beach road, familiarly known/ as 'the" lake' were  indeed temporary. The spot is  almost   impassable   again*,,   as  manages  -v  to stop just at  the  foul 'line  and  deliver  his .;���  ball.    Wildly    skidding.   ��� and  .boiTi,cin��g down the alley, the;  ball takes one.^.pin..off its feet;,  ���with   the  forcedqf;;^a howitzer  and   then   goes' oh*  in   a  vain.  effort to get the pin boy who \  has,- by this time,  barricaded  himself   behind   the    thickest .���  wall he can find.  The question is, why bowl?  It costs money for o.ne thing!  To take off weight, some/-wit  aniswers- But, to my knowledge  all the heavyweights, fall .into  the "cautious bowler" division,  while the thin ones are those  that fling-themselves down the ;  alley after the ball, that theory  is shot!  Oh   well,   live   and   learn,   I  gueiss! :  School Briefs  HOUSE LEAGUE  BASKETBALL  Ow Monday House C and  House B. Senior girls battled  cut a- game of basketball with  House B winning 7���5. House  B, Senior boys won over House  A Senior bow.-, with a score  of 8���7.  On    Wednesday    House    B  Junior   girls   defeated   House  A by a  score of 5���1.  In  the  Jntip^r  boys  gani?   the  score  was 15 for House C and 13 for  House B.  Preparation is being made  for the house party tonight.  ,!t should be very successful,  due to the. hard work and  interest. nhown by the members if the House.  Several of our teach era'.have  been away sick in the last few  d a ys. Substi tn tin g for Mr.  Clarke was ..Mrs. Hough, and  Mrs. Knight for Mr Mackenzie  one day and Miss Latimer the  rest of the week.  Betty-Jane Wood is no longer able to take part as cheerleader because  of an; infected  arm. Doreeri Hough was.elected .  the  new  cheerleader.  Congratulations.to Mr. Goose-  %try  on the-purchase of a '51'.  wine colored Morris car.  We wish to thank the Coast  News and their sponsors for  organizing, the Essay Contest  and say that the winners appreciated fheir prizes.  The Badminton Club ii? holding a miscellaneous sale on  Friday, February 13th, the  funds to aid the travelling  expenses of the Badminton  ���Club's trir> to the B.C. and  and High School Tournaments.  No matter how cold the day,  don't start the car in a closed  garage.  also are the innumerable potholes, which increase in size  aid number  daily.    .  Siiilcerest sympathy is extended to Mrs.- Paddy. Welsh of  Redroofs. in. the loss of her  Father, Mr, Northey of Plymouth England."  Week-ending in the district  last week were Edith and Lori  Klusendorf, at their mother's  home.. Mr. Ray Cormaek of  New Westminster was visiting  his parents,- the R. Cormaek's.  Mr. and "Mrs- Don McDonald  and Mr. George Nairn are. staying at their summer homes.  Mr- W Bird of Welcome  Beach is in; Shaughnessy Hospital - this week. We hope to  see him home vsoon. Mr- W.  Miller .of Redroofs is in Vancouver haviny a first, look at  his daughter-Jean's iwew baby,  born-De^^Otnr ' ' ' ' ���' ;"  - Vaijcoiiver ssaW a number "of  other local resdents Hast week,  Mn?- 3, Cooper, Mrs.. W; Ivol-  termari, Mrs- B- Barley, Mr.  C. McOauland Mr. J- Nygard-.  The, influenza bug bit. thc  R. Brooks family. last week,  but they are on the mend again*  Part Mellon   -  �����������__��__�����������_���_���<���������������_������>��  by Vera Swanson  While the 'kids., from Port  Mellon wait patiently for the  road to go through, they are.  briefiricf on the interests and  studies of Port Mellon. .  As an oddity of Port Mellon,  the quaint little tree house will-  likely prove worthwhile.  The former tenant Mr. C.  Helemer,-- designed and remodelled this big tree stump, and  fashioned' it into an unusual  little tea-room.  .'. The stump from which it was  made /was partly hoUlipw, so  Mr. Helemer finished hollow-  ��� ir�� it out, built a c o n. i c a I  shaped, roof,, a small window  and a kdoor. The inside was/''  fashioned with lined walls and  dirt packed floor. The immediate owners have converted it  into something more useful,  but the outeide was left unchanged.  APPLIANCES  Bowen Island  Mr.A.G. Davies has left for  a short visit to Mexico- He is  accompanied by a cousin... Mr.  -Sind - Miv?.. Frank McKee' aird.  family have moved from the  island to reside at Lillooet B-C-  Mr. Holt >and family have  arrived on 'Bowfen Island to  take up residence. The two  children, Suzanne ard Nancy,  ha/ve enrolled at the Bowen  Islarri School.  A  Valentine  Party will   be  held on February 13th at the  Bowen Island School..  Beyerly Brand  Dorothy Anne Davies  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS  Agents for  RCA Victor  Records  Columbia Records  Frigidaire Ranges and  Refrigerators  Beatty Pumps and  Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ��� Phone Gibsons  Reopened January   5th  1953.  Program   suited   to.  children   starting-!-  school next  September as well  as ,  younger  children.  Phone Gibsons 64S_   ;  HARDWARE  32  BLASTING  BLASTJNG  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  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 ��� Gibsons B.C.  Builders' Hardware  Paint ��� Plumbing  ��� Appliances ���  Complete  Installation  .  Maintenance Service .  DELIVERIES  TO ALL POINTS  MACHINISTS.  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen.  Precision  Machinists  Phone 54��� Res:  58  I  BULLDOZING  OIL BURNERS:  &l  TRACTOR   WORK  Clearing  -  Grading  -   Excavating,  D-4 & D-6   Bulldozing  Clearing   Teeth  A.E. RITCHEY,  Phone    GIBSONS    86  WATCH REPAIRS  ���    GUARANTEED  WATCH    REPAIRS  -Fast   Efficient  Service  REASONABLE   PRICES  Apply  fclCHTER'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"  c & s-oii- Burners  SALES  and  SERVICE    ./.-'i;  W.  Swain D.  Currie  Ranges,   Furnaces,   Chimneys.;  Cleaned  used ranges for sale  AUTHORIZED KEMAC DEALERS  ���  Sechelt 74 ���  PLUMBING     * .->.  MARSHALL'S    PLUMBING,  HEATING   and  SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 64S, - 104, - or 33  _-_H_���_���_���-i���^llll���     ��� I��������������������������� III ������_���_��� ���I    ���  _     I      I       ���    ������    I   ���--      ,  RADIO  ���     ..__���    ... ��� -i ��� --������       _��� - ,, ,,._...        _,., ., .   . 11���11. mt  RICHTER   RADIOS  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone Sechelt 25J  RADIO - APPLIANCE SERVICE.  Speedy    Guaranteed    Work  New and Used Radios  ROOFS REPAIRED  GIBSONS ROOFING  and  CHIMNEY CLEANING  Asphalt Roofing and Repairs  Phone Gibsons 44  \,  SECHELT  CARTAGE  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  call  Graham,  Gibsons, 60-  M.  HEMSTREET  Sawdust ��� Wood ��� Coal  We haul anything, anywhere,  anytime  Phone Sechelt 97H       Sechelt, B.C.  SECOND HAND STORE  GIFT STORE  Headquarters   for  Wool,  Notions ��� Cards ��� Toys  "   Miscellaneous  Gifts  GIBSONS 5-10-15 STORE  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  Hardware ��� China  Tools���- Furniture  Household Equipment  Magazine Books  WE BUY ��� TRADE ��� SELL  PENINSULA SECOND  HAND STORE  Phone Gibsons 99  FOR QUICK SALES  USE THE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED -  (  /  SAKS SUBSTITUTES FOR CASH  IISBBYMO^  "A'big roll of bank-notes may not be a heavy load,'.but it  certainly caii weigh you down when you travel," says Tom  Larson, local Bank of Montreal manager- Pickpockets and  sneak-theives are always ready /to catch the traveller with his1  guard down. And cash that's simply mislaid may never be recovered, either. '   / .,''������  ���   ,���/���':��������� -"'-:, ;'V:,-. ��� / . ���  ���    ���  ���  "Travellers Cheques are the safe and modern way to carry  money on a trip. They ore as convenient as cash���but only to  the person who buys them-/They're worthless to anyone else,  and, if mislaid or stolen, can be rteplaced-'V  If you are contemplating a journey in the near future, you  will be wise to take Mr. Larson's advice and put your money  into B of M Travellers Cheques before you go. Why not drop  into your B of M branch and enquiry about this service today.  Travellers Cheques can help you enjoy a really care-free holiday.  THE BUILDERS   BEST BET FOR  LUMBER  Roofing:, Wallboards.  Cement,  Sand,  Gravel,  Mouldings   Paint  Hardware,  Plumbing,  and   Electrical  Supplies,   See   Our   Stock,  la!  PLUMBER.   ELECTRICIAN,   CARPENTERS,  v   PAINTERS, available if required.  We Deliver Anywhere  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  . r��� Phone Sechelt 60   i  move fastest  ���  v  In wartime, government intrudes info  business and industry because it must  cut down on consumer goods and  build weapons.  But in peacetime, it has been found,  the return of a great degree of freedom to trade and industry is vital  to welfare. Otherwise, living standards remain low. An "equal sharing" of poverty is not attractive.  Today, economic-' progress of the  countries now recovering from World  War II can be measured by the  amount of freedom they have given  business and industry to carry on  commercial adventure in the hope  of making a profit.  Dynamic free enterprise, based on  confidence, is still the most powerful  force for progress and better living  standards the world has ever found.  BRITISH COLUMBIA f-DpftATION OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY  6  The Coast .News .        ?  Thursday February 12, 1953  Use The Coast News Classified  by Hypo  Hypo and the flu had been  sparring nimbly for twp weeks  when; sine finally -went down  for the couxt of ten -and did  not arise again.  She   crawled  unsteadily  to  her room, turned her W-C.T.U.  pledge to the wall,' tucked .her-  * self into bed and bawled, "Son,  mix me a hot buttered rum.''  He  followed  her   directions  carefully,  melting  the honey  and butter before adding the  lemon   juice   and . finally   the  rum.   Triumphantly"', he   bofre  the scintillating concoction? to  her.        .    ,  Hypo reached for it eagerly,  and scarcely waiting to note  how it .gliste&ed in the light  when the glass., was held aloft,  raised, it to her lips muttering,  "All right, Flu. This does for  yon-"  One sip. Two sips. A little  gulp. She turned a questioning  eye on her son1. Another sip-  "Son, did you put only one  jigger of rum in this?" His  reply was in. the. affirmative.  ,She sipped on. "Are you sure,  - or Ay one," Well,"' he'said, "It  was pretty full- About four  drops over."  "Hefty drops," Hjypo replied, and went on, sipping the  deep amber brew, later becoming quite fascinated watching  the pictures o-]; the wall as  they leaped toward her with  a. great amount of energy and  then> settled back, demurely in  their respective places, leaving  a chain of burstirg fireworks  ���in hues.".'of red, gold and green.  'M wish'you would plary^im  your stace," she said crossly .  "to her Ron- "Huh'?' Mater, you  all right?" "Of course;" 'she  said carefully, asr one ��� explaining one plus one to a;baekward  six-year old. "T merely la&ked  you to: stay in your place.  What makes youso restlesj;?"  . He  seemed   surprised-   ''Then  Cot>k% Corner  ���  ��������_��������������������������������_������������������������_������_���__������������__!_������___  If you like' brownies' rich,  ehewey   and   fudgelike,   then.  you'll'1 want this recipe for the  wonderful   brownies    that   it  makes: ���  2 "eggs  1 cup sugar  1 teaspoon)  vanilla  2 .squares  chocolate,  melted  Y2 cup butter or margarine,  melted .  Y2 cup sifted all-purpose  flour      ' $  Ys teaspoon  salt .  I- cup chopped shelled walnuts.  Beat eggs! until thick ard  lemon-colored, add sugar gradually, beating after each addition-, until mixture is fluffy.  Stir in vanilla, melted: chocolate -.a*'id butter or margarine.  Fold in flour salt and % cup  cup walnuts. Stir until blended- ;  Pour bustler into greased 11x7  x I1/? inch pan and sprinkle,  remainder of chopped walnuts  oA'er top. Bake at 350 degrees  for 20 mi mtes or just until  firm tor> crust is formed- Cool  fy minutes on wire cake rack.  Cut into squares or bars while  utill. warm and remove from  pan*  MINELAYER  CALLS AT SECHELT  HMCS "Cordova" a minelayer attached to HMCS Discovery made a brief stop at  Sechelt on Mo-day while on'  a routine training cruise. Interest hi the ship brought out  the local  populace in- droves.  Of particular nbte were the  six WRENS aboard ship. It is  rumoured that the girlp are  training, to be-stokers.  why don't you mi quietly- instead of surging about the  room?"  She sipped  on.  "Did you usfe the jain white  p%gfer?v ��^ne what?" The  lad was growing uncomfortable. "Are you deaf?" I said,  "did you use the plain white  jigger?" "Oh, No, I used one  with flowers all  over it. ?  Hypo blinked. A five ounce  glass. Overflowing. She sipped  on reflectively. Not good psych ology to find fault with a  child's helpful efforts. Besides,  she would probably want him  to mix her more hot rums before she put the flu to flight.  Support  The  Polio Fund  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Why go to Vancouver for  OtJtical Service?  B. W. M. BONE  Chartered  Accountant  1045.West Pender St.  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  -~ TAtlow 1954 ���  TO LOAN  Funds Available  for loan on First  Class Mortgage  Securities  John Coleridge  Agencies  .. Phone 37       Gibsons ..  At MacLeans Shoes  Our SALE  PRICES Are  STILL   IN   EFFECT  BUT  FOR  ONLY  TWO   MORE  WEEKS.  Take Advantage of These Reductions  Uni  ur  mon  eneral Store  Sechelt, B.C.  Meats      Saturday Only  RUMP ROAST Choice "A" ...  SHORT RIBS BEEF Choice "A"  ..per lb- '6%  ..per lb-   38^  Groceries   ,,  FRASE^ VALLLEY BUTTER  3 for   $2.05  Valentine Chocolates:  ���DAIRY" BOXES  .......   80^ $1.50 and $2.50  MOIll 'S ^'TREASURES p. 1   .   .:. $1.39 and $3.75  pot o; gold -.^i^Ehaim: TITTIES  , AND MANY MORE  SWEET TREATS  Another Shipment of  Jewel  Radi  //  SOS  Has Just Arrived  See this handsome little model, mantel size, walnut  finish, 5 tubes, all plastic case, with carrying handle  butft in. Requires no Aerial or Ground.  Carries regular 90-day guarantee  An Exceptional Value At $27.95  Ii ' ii      ��� i      i i      i ir i  Having Completed The Inventories Of Sunset  Hardware and The Men's Shop,  We Now Have Many Odd Lines To Clear  These Items MUST  GO.  Watch Our  Windows For REAL BARGAINS!  larawar  YOUR   PROGRESSIVE   HARDWARE   MERCHANTS  Phone 32 Gibsons. -BV-TCM-f-J--��._��. .��� ��� -11 -  a  The Coast News Thursday February 12, 1953  Editor,. The Coast News,  Sir: ���"''.'  It is nice to have the President of the local Socred body  come, to the bat ��� so promptly  and his reply emphasize,?' thei  fact that the taxing of resources does not mean plenty for  all. It is unfortunate that both  Mr, Perdue and Mr. Murphy  are totally unacquainted with  the feeding of pigs as that  would assure them that debate  from any angle does not feed  pigs. Not being concerned with  any political party I am doubly  concerned with the welfare of  this counltry and I do not like.  qua ckery and dem_:gogism  which I think, is m the main,  the -component parts of this  quasi  religious faodge  podgfe.'  The admixture of some Conservatism iy perhaps the-saving  grace in the sfetup. Back to  your letter: I would say that  the old age pensioners are  fairly well satisfied as most of  them teow where the pension  comes from. Mr. Anderson's!  assertion that" there are children suffering from matafatrition  in this* country is very stupid  and trite. Their parents suffered from th'je same disease  which is no fault of the body  politic, but purely one of ig-  norame,, and this*.' fear f u 1  ���ignorance and shallow think-,  ing will not be dissolved by  any political party.  Hark Yon: Mr. Anderson.  Thia' years of the seven lean,  kine are at hand, they are  coming up out of this, miasma  of ignorance which you and  your ilk are spreading through  out this, land 'and they wjll  devour you; As you sow, so  shall ye reap.  Dubious Ban.  ex swineherd.  USE THE COAST NEWfT  a s<  KB  USED CARS  1951 "CHEV"  SEDAN   Radio and Heater ...........  1S51 "AUSTIN"  DELUXE   SEDAN  Under Coated ��and Heater .. t���'.'....'.   1929 "BUICK"    _ new tires, good motor   1933' "PONTIAC" SEDAN   Transportation Special .,  $1705  $1395  ��� *'.' $_f&  ���v $05'  USED TRUCKS  1952 "AUSTIN" %  TON,   A-70   PICK-UP  / '  ||UPV       X-flMb"        i-^lfl&^W �����    *������*�����*�����*������    ��#���������*���������������������  1952 �����rMC" % TON   PICK-UP .,.���   1950 "CHl-V" % TON   PICK-UP  ...   $1495  $1595  $1395  J947 "INTERNATIONAL"   Otoe T��m Sta&e Bflidy ........  $695  I Peninsula Motor Products Ltd. j police tot News  The $j~ost annoyed bowler  on the Peninsula at the present  time is' Lee Kedman who rolled  an lii-official 305 in the Sechelt  Ladies League last Wednesday.  With a 295 coutot in the niinth  frame Lee took out the 8 and  2 pins with her first, rolled  into the . same. spot with her  second, took out the 1 and 4  on the last roll but stepped on  the foul linte doing it���lost the  count and ended up with the.  295. All of which was tough  luck because- she's never set  the   bell's  ai'rfinging  before.  TENPIN LEAGUE  Nevi Baldas-sa 220���532. Crucil ?s 1822. Team standings:  CrucilV 19,. Nelson's 17, Firemen and- Hansen ?s .10. In.' open  play Bill Woods set a new alley  ��� record with a 245 high single.  Seven! strikes  in  a row.  . GIBSONS MIXED  * Mary Solnik 27-2���607. Jules  Maindl 269, Don Malmas 679.  Co-op 1499. Co-op leading with  11 poijitis- ���  SECHELT LADIES  Lee Redman 295-^- 605. Up's  and Downs 2517. Diehards  lead with 14,v Lucky Strikes  i2y��.  Ups and Downs  11.  PENINSXJ1_A COkWtEIlCIAL  Ev Smith 226���560. Dan  Currie 246, Ian McLean 645.  17. Uiiionj\Steami$ihips 13. Park  Rusk Lbggiiiiig 2431. M and W  Cafe and Union Store tied  at 12>  BALL AND CHAIN  Marge Oike 212, Eve Moscrip  535, Ben Lang. 263, Orv Moscrip 655. Slow Blows 2726.  Missing Links 13, Slow Blows  and Cruisers tied with 11*  apiece.  BtALFPINS  Leanflia    Moscrip    176���285  ^pr:1^.^eoff .'^_iitaker:tt8r-----  '"Sm^^^o^&eahna'�� Beetle  Bombs^-rolled 1364 for two for  high team.  By SARAL  A successful social and membership drive was held in? the  community   club   om   Friday,  Jan. 30th. Games were" enjbyd,  followed by refreshments: ancT  danckig. Music, of the canned'  canned variety was in charge  of Mick Seymour. Despite Inclement weather, there -was )a  nice crowd. .   v p) ���;  Glad to see Reg Spicer home  agaiK After, a recent -spell in  city hospital.; '    ,; .: "���:  Billy Peiper isi quarantined  at   home   with   scarlet   fever.;  Peter Dubois is out v of Hospital nfcwy after a stay of several ,;  days/.,:- ���.>   < ������ ���   ��� :> ������'::������        ������������*'.  Mrs; Phylliis. Phillips,,pf Van-J  couver, was'*"���''*_  guest of .Mrs/  Dami Cameron for;';" a few ^days,  ]Mrs. MacMillan, teacber frorn:  Irvine's "Landing^ S.eHbbly- is ill,  m Mrs.. Joyce iphandlihg the^^  Thi*ee R 's in h er absentee.  Ollie Sladey is busy "fixing  up ' his   privia.te   road  to   the  ���Madeira Park ,Auto ��� Court. He .  intends   huildiiig, three-   more :  Cottages, and will be ready for  business in the early summer.  WlfUMM  Telephohe: Gibsons 53  ��:  POWER SHUT DOWN  B C.  POWER  COMMISSION ADVISES  I Power will be off jn all areas 'e^st jst Roberts Cre^eit  Friday, February ffiflffifc:4$&fc$  To Remodel Gibsons Siib- Station     ,  BX, POWER COWIMISSJON  '���������Sechelt'7 ���'''���'/ ,"������"���"���'. ':v  h  c.s  a  The name that means a 'good-deal:"  Year PeiiisHla (Jwteral Motor Bealers  PHONE WILSON  CREEK  S-S  IT PAYS TO  SHOP  ^  D_iyi)Qg the school- bus at  an excessive -speed through a  20 mile per hour zone cost Tom  Gory of Sechelt $10 and costs  when he appeared before Magistrate JTohnstoii in Police  Court.       ���  Clifford   Wells   of   Roberts  Creek was fined $10 and costs,  for failing to stop at the sign  erected   at   the   Cenotaph, at  Seisthelt.  Peter Julius and Frank  Campbell of * Pender Harbour  were firJ&d $50 and. costs for  consuming beer in ;a public  place. ,  YOU WIU AGREE  WHEN YOU SEE  EATON'S  Men! Old at 40? 50,  60! Want PeprVim?  Doyou call your weak, rundown feeling "being  _,(v 9strex P8^ UP men- women, old just because  body lacks pep-giving iron. Get-acquaintyed size  only 60fi. Try Ctetrex Tonic Tablets to get pep,  feel years younger, this very day At all druggists.  fit Is, vffltn*%tq*Lzt truth w�� a,n.tooun<2���.,  cp��. die loiinq tht auiz,.teyupfeE&, of out  ; _=^|t.   ^Wrri. pfca��s?n '  Silt i_af_4 u_ ro% Laxasx flttus. and 6u%  good wisnsi. go with him  Cjibsons may be sure  however that his successor  will be fully qualified to  carry out in all departments  the policy of service  ��.'  1  ummer  Here is the new EATON Catalogue, your biggest and best  shopping centre, presenting thousands of seasonal and  household items at prices to Help the family budget.  <nr. EATON -C?  ������       CANADA        1��'UM  The FERRY GAFE Gibsorts  (Formerly Anne's Gaffes Bar)  For Tasty Home-Cooked Meals  At Reasonable Prices  * LIMITED  iiifllliiiiM  Chilliwack - Ccurtenay  - Cranbrook -  Duncan *  Kamloops  ��� Kelowna  Kimberley ��� Mission - Manaimo - Nelson - New Westminster - Penticton  ! Port ASberni - Prince George ��� Prince Rupert - Revelstoke -  Rossland f  Trail - Vernon  -, Vancouver  -  Victoria  ��� Westview  iiiiTiini nun!    ii    -     ��� ���---[���i ��� it^t * ������__������__^_-___,^____^____-_-__-__-_,_���________-_,  fULL  The 'Teen Agers  u  Home From  Commencing Monday Feb. 16,  53, This Cafe .vifiH remain open in  the evening to accomodate Theatre Patrorrs, (Mrs) C.Nuotio Prop

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