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 ~*~r^m*i**'^��?ZW,;<  .Provincial Library,  Victoria, B. C.  '-"������  Phone your nesws or  '.     : orders to  Seventh Year of Publication Thursday January 15,  1953 Vol. 7 -2    Published in GIBSONS, B.C.     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  t/JV. Vrgei Renewed Effort Toward "^trian Trwm       S03C0   NfiStSfii  A plea before the Assembly's Political Committee for an Austrian  State Treaty to end the occupation and restore full sovereignty to  his country was made by Dr. Karl Gruber, .Austria's Minister for  Foreign Affairs. The Committee on 19 December passed a resolution appealing to the four occupying powers "to make a renewed  and urgent effort" to agree on treaty terms. The U.N. Assembly  overwhelmingly endorsed this action. Shown is Dr. Gruber being  interviewed by "members of the press before a Committee session.  Village Commission  Appoints Committees  At the regular annual meeting of the Villa'ge Commissioners  held in the Office on January 14th5 the three new commissioners  who were elected in De^mber were introduced.. They were C.P.  Ballen;tine; A.Ei Ritchey, and J- Sehutz'.    ^   ' v.       Drummond was elected "  J.H.  Chairman for the year, ancl the  new committees.appointed .are:.  Roads committee";'' Mr? "Ritchey  and Mr. BaUentine. Waiter  oomlmittee; Mr. Schutz and  Mr. Boucher. Building, Fire  and Health; Mr. Ritchey and  Mr- Ballentine. Finance committee^ Mr. Drutmmond and  Mr. Boucher"  A letter of response to the  correspondence* eitc, of the  Commissioners last year was  read, authorizing the Village"  to make an expenditure of  $3500 on the Gower Point  Road^within the Municipality.  Work is to, be confmenced a-s  soon as -posisi'ble.  The  District Engineer,  Mr-  D-S. Love vwas^ in the Village  on January 14th. made an examination of, roads, and went  into the matter of traffic con- ^Holland,  and  trol, with particular reference    Auditor is R.  to ferry-parting.:j    :  ���'. Ajs) a^result-of correspondence  to the Hon. Mr. Gaglardi,Minister of Public^ ^ To. Col.  >rge  Paulin   of   tlie; Black-  to  be published - in the  next  issue of the-Coast News..  % ���*- , �����,�����     - -      ����� rf-      ,,* ~ *  *     V 1 * -     ��� -^\  Howe Sound Farmers  Elect Full Slate  Ball-Ferry,and Mr. Gargrave.  M.L>A., asking for: ia joint meeting on the ��� matter of; local  traffic' Mr. Love obtained ;in-  f ormation on the ma tier,, an d it  is hoped to: hear from all in;  the near future.,,. ,,-;���?;'   "       ;    ^  A letter ib reference,to ft^nda  for the local Library Association was presented by ."Mr. S.  Truemanv The commissioners  expressed "themselves" as in  favor of the project, but before  voting funds for the same, it  was hoped that through, publicity, it might be possible to  obtain some idea of public  opinion on the spending of  money for it.  The Clerk read his annual  [report of the. activities and  accomplishmen ts of the Commission for the past -year. This  was concise and complete, "and  thja Comtaifcsioneirs gave Mr.  Burns a vote of thanks for it,  and expressed the wish to have  .it given publicity though the  medium of the Coa'st News.  (Ed.'s Note) This. report is  At a recent meeting of the  Howe Sound Farmers' - Institute, election of officers" for  the coming; term was held. The,  meeting was well attendedv  and the members are looking  forward to an active and in-^  teresting- year.  The foliowing\slate of officers wa�� elected:  President; W? Sutherland,  Vice-President; T. Clark. Secretary-Treasurer; Mrs M. Le-  Feuvre. Directors; R. Swaby,  Roy Majlyea, Len, Coates. Fred *  Mrs Topolinski.  Burns.  Fair Committee is.. Elmer  McPain,aldv. R^SL Olarkson,Mrs-.  Jr, Olarkson, ijMrs- Topolinski  ^ndMrsr J. Carroll.  -Jun|pr ^Poultry Club; Ed>  ����mith ��� Junior Gard en Club;  Mrs. CarroO, and M. LeFeuvre.  Old;Cemetery; Tom Clark. Ed-  Smrth, Roy Malyea. Building;.  W- Sutherland, Fred Holland.  R. Burns*  VON Representative is -R.  Burns, alhd Publicity is W.  Sutherland-  Mr. Norman Sargelantv who  has served for many years with  the Institute in various capaciT  ties, -has withdrawn from active participation with the  committees.  BRIDE'S SHOiWEE  AT PENDER HARBOUR  A surprise shower for Miss  Gloria Dubois was givkn re- '  cently by Miss Marylin Davis  anid Mites. Dianne Phillips at  MJaryflimV? home at Pender  Harbour-       .  Assisting were the Misses  Nancy and Marion Refid, Peggy  Cameron. Marl en e Dillabough,  and Susan Malcolm. -.  Mifj^ Dubois received a lovely  and 'useful array of gifts*  For Gibpis |lirary  - Certificate of :mcprporation  under the* l *3Piibii'eS Inbr ardes  ^ Act" (British goMmbia) of  the Gibsons Publi^f Library  Association has;been; received  ' from the RegistraaS of Companies, Victoria- U   > ~  The aeting committee is now  seeking a six by twelve foot  spa'ce, or thereabouts, hoping  that this will; be; tfemated by  some public spirited^ citizen in  the shopping district of Gibsons to house the library which  "would likely be infuse for a  two hour period, two after-,  noons a week. ;; ^  A busihessvma|i:vjn the. village has already; discussed the  requirements of the/committee  with the chairman -^nd secretary, but has^ not; yet; arrived at  definite decision,as to whether  he can. provide the| accommodation or no#-;^:. ^  Early��� in February, a meeting Will be called to sign up  members in the librarv associ-  ation, and to complete permanent organization by electing  a board of five members, who  in turn, will elect a chairman  and secretary,-and appoint a  custodian to cafe for the library service. - :;  connection with library activities can be addressed to acting  Chairman A-S. Truemah or  acting secretary Robt. Mac-/-  nicol-    ,                ���    >  "At' its   annual  n|eeting  the  Gibsons ;and District JR-atepaj?'-  '-ersv: Associatian-^.^a^i3y'   eri.^.  dorsed the setting lip'(ol* a per-  ^manent  library  group, in the.  village,   with  village   commis-  . fdon   and   Provincial   Govern-.  ment "support.  m         II-. .i i -*  ���  Sechelt Man  Aquitted On  Assault Charge  Christian Ju��ian', 38" -year  old fisherman, was acquitted  in Assize fourt of assaulting,  an aged Indian women at the  Sechelt Indian Reserve Oct-  19,-1952.        ���       -   .  Mrs^ Theresa Baptiste, Avho  claimed to be over 80, had been  severely beaten about the.face  by he'r a s s.a i 1 ant. She was  brought into court ���. on. a stretcher and ^pointed to Julian -as  tlie m��an who attacked^ her-  The d^encev was;;^ah' alibi..  Julian deniedi that he was in  Mrs- Baptifcte 's house and had  witnesses to prove that he was  elewhere at the time she was  attacked.  Ex-Creek Resident  laid At Rest  FuneraJ service for Mrs.  Grace Ellen Elsdon, formerly  of Roberts Creek were held in  Vancouver recently  A resident of Nelson for  eighteen years, Mrs. Elsdon  lived in Vancouvel,J then came  to Roberts Creek six years ago  and recently moved to West-  view.  .She is survived by her husband, Mark Elsdon, two sons,  Lloyd and Reginald L., both  of Vancouver; a daughter, Mrs.  Clifford H. Gould, Wefetview;  a sister, Mrs. W. H. Back, in  Etnigland; six grandchildren  and  one  great-grandchild.  ocia  Sechelt Indians  To Elect Chief  ^i     ���     -       - .......  For the first time in their  history, the right to choose the  chief  has   been   given  to the  \  On Wednesday January ^Sk at 8 p.m. there will be a meeting in the School HaJi at Gibdonsy when the speakers wilUr be ^lr,-  John Purdue of phiriwaek, presidjant of the B.C. Social Credit  League; and Mr. Noa.i. Murphy, of Vancouver, an outstanding'  speaker and authority on Social Credit Government.   -,-������-���: ��� ������        With   the  aimouncement  of  the government's huge road  program it is exi>e'cted that  the road question for this area  will also be under discussion,  Questions and discussions w3l  be given a conisiderable period  of the eveningi  Mr.   Gaiglardi,   Minister   o��  Indian. Under the new Indian    Roads, is expected to make an  ���appearance here, shortly .after  the Legislatiu*e meets, on a^  personal tour of iiDspection of  local Roads. On this tour of the:  . PehihsuEiay- Mr. Gaglardi will.  get a personal knowledge oi;  road conditions and needs here.  This year- the British Columbia Government.will undertake;,  the bigge.t program of High-;  way constructioai in its history--  It.lias been indicated that the:  ���'eoivt of this, year'�� work will  amount to $35 millions ��� s  record for highway-' construction. This sum will be spent  for paving, and for road and.  bridge building.- ,  The   Sociall   Credit   government has announced that this*  work will be done on a- 'pay���  as-you-gu'   basi;i   quite  a   de-*  partua*e^ fr!oni ;the   usual  pro-  cecliure.;. The; :past. appears  t<?  have been^a'Vprogram of using  th e Federal Governnient 5s eon-  t r i b utio,n?sfo,t jthe ^s^^mjpunt;,  and borrowing ihe remaincler*  It is likely that quite; al aiB^  jn'opo-rtion of this year's program   will  be -on- the  Trans���  ��� Oaiuida highway. On thi�� .worlo  Ottawa  contributes dollar for  dollar the amount spent by the  Provincial  Government: s"  It is likely also, owing t&  the doub"ed expenditure planned, that other highways, sue$?  as the trans���provincial, high-  .way,-will be greatly enlargecL  It is expected ...that,by the  enl of the Year- B.C. wiU. have?  completed and paved 108 miles-  have complete'd a total of IIS?  miles to date of its 685 miles?  of Tr.an|8H-Ca!nads^ Highway  within B.C. This section represents the- mo^t- difficult and  most costlv. of the Highway  project.  A^t, elections will be held on  the  Sechelt    reservation    oh  January 14th when the Chief  wiill be elected. ' ->  " Nominiaftions for Chief are:  Charlie Creigan, Tom Julian,  and Reg Paul. Nommationis  for the executive council are:  Ernie Joe, Louie Johnnie,  Andy Johnson, Tony Baptiste,  Fitz . Louie,~v John Jackson,  Alfred August and Henry Paul.  Clarence Joe has been a  great help in: advising the  people in the village as to how  these elections should' be con-  ductd as Clarence was one of  the fii'Bt Native Indians to act  in a polling station in B.C., at  the Provincial election where  the Indian voted for the first  time. He is an active member  of the Native Brotherhood of  .B.C.,, and one of the Vice Presidents of that body for this  of the Province.  Local Girl's Sister  Tangle Town Winner  Miss Marie Gruener of West  Vancouver, the top winner in  the Vancouver Province Tangle  Town contest, is the sister of  Mrs.. Trene Sicotte o�� Gibson v  Miss Gruener was the proud.  winner of $5000.00 cash a  "Monterey" hardvtop convert-  ajjle yaliiM,at $3983.70, and va  home.: freezerValued at $514.  Miss Gruener held a-score of  J393 points in the contest; 1  Mrs. Sicotte >states that to  her know-ledge this is the first  time her- sister has ���* won anything in a" contest or draw.  Miss Gi-nener certainly did well  With her first success.  Twin Grandsons  For Gibsons  ��� w.  Born  Couple  to Mr. and Mrs. Rob  Barnes in the Vancouver General Hospital, on Monday Jan.  12, were twin boys. Douglas  Arthur and Bob Henry. The  boys weighed 4 lbrs1. 5 6z. and  5 lbs, 3 oz-  The twins are the grandsons  of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barnes  of Gibsons- The new arrivals  are the second twin grandsons  for Mr. and Mrs. Barnes. The  fiiM twins are now eighteen  year* oP.d sons-of Mrs E Mac-  lellan, daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Barnes.  Death Takes  New Officers For  Roberts Creek VON  At a recent meeting of the  Roberts Creek VON Auxiliarv  held at the home of Mrs. R.  dimming, the following offi-  elected: President,  Shaw; Vice-presi-  J. Jack; Secretary-  pro tern, Mrs. E-  and Sewing Convenor,  Warburton.  busy  cers  were  MrgL   E.J.  dent, Mrs.  treasurer,  Wa^lis;  Mrs. F.  This  group  voted   to  hold a! dance in July and three  dances during the year.  Funeral service for SidJae*'  McKay, former magistrate a��  Selma Parki Well known ami  respected on the Pehinstdgrr  was held at St. Hildairsi Cftni-efe  in Sechelt, on Wednesday, in-^  ternmeut will be in MouritaiiK  View Cemetary.  Mr. McKay was born in Portage la Prairie, Man., and attended University ��� of Manitoba'*-  He served overseas with file-'  Canadian Engineers in "World4.  War One and in 1918" when he?>  returned war, called to the- "baT^.  He practiced law until- 19^30^  when he retired to B-Cl After"  moving to Selma Park In 3942��  he served as magistrate for  five years. He was a menabcr'  of the Assimiboine Masonic  Lodge and piant patn-oo o��J  Electa   Chapter   Eastern  Star:-  He is surv-rved by his wife:.  Bertha; two brothers, Gordor^'  end RoV, at Portage la Prafrieu  arid a sister, Phyllis, at Victoria. 2  The Coast News    Thursday January 15,  1953  Wm Coast Mltus.  (Established 1945)  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.  Member B.C. Weekly Newspaper Advertising Bureau  SAMUEL NUTTEE, Publisher   "  Published every Thursday at Gibsons, B.C.  &athorized  as second class mail,  Post  Office Department,   Ottawa.  Sates of Subscription: 12 mos. $2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign,, $2.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45W  @9K 6, Gibsons. f; British Columbia.  itorL  ilonald  Oar Inrsiflg Services  Many of .us who have never needed the services of the V-O.N'  r&t Pubic Health Nurse do not realize how much these services .  jaaean in a community such as ours. .We .have no hospital nearer  than Garden Bay or Vancouver and thejrwo Doctors willing and  JBelpful as they are, can only do so much and can only be in one  plae�� at a time- Without our nursing services it would mean a  "longer stay in hospital in many cases and many of our older residents world be unable to live here on the Peninsula if they could  not reeeive the life giving injections so many diseases are" controlled by today-  Rural nursing has always called for special nursing skill and  a keen interest in humanity. While working in close co-operation.  with the doctors she must still find many problems she must solve  mt her own-  The .nurse spends much of her time travelling over the bad  roads in our scattered community, and still arrives smiling and  cheerful to give service and encouragement to each patient.  "The V.O.N. service is made possible by special grants, fees  jfeoxn patients, bequests, public and private subscriptions, and  *he V.d-N. Board and Auxiliaries in the district give of their-  time and money to help keep this serviee here on the Peninsula-  Appreciation should.be given these worthy people for their com-  MMBttity spirit-  *ll In A Days Work  Says |p (torse  l&anyvpeopleiwhen they pass.  :a blac^^sfeiiwith "VON"-'  painted ' bh^ the  side   remark,  ^'Th^i^JgoesAthat jiiurse again,  (<doesn 't she do anythiing except  ��� cdrivg ^ ear^ Ml day"- To give  sa- little insight into, the inap-  jirfepriatehesfe  of  this  remark  ���we will follow her on her visits  ftaken fxbni an a c t u a 1 days  ground of calls-  iThe territory covered ranged  i-from Sechelt to Granthams-  The; first call was made to a  jpatienft :Tvno^hormally receives  :ihis injections from the local  -gnYblie health .nurse, but. when  ���she is away this^duty is taken .  fd&ver"by the/VON: The next  *ea3J was m^e to a. couple who  lived fifteenr minutes away  'frmn the first * call- The wife  received an injection for an-^  ��niia^ and the husband one for  a chronic heart condition. The  mexfcall was'to another patient usually lgiven his injection byxthe pnbftcUiealth nurse-  Thtei call was foliowel by  "two- calls -nuacle in the same  area to -patients who receive  ���weekly injections for chronic  medical disorders,.. The last  ���&a.)l of tlie morning was a general nursinor care call made to  ta hemiplegic patient who is a  ^���eeipient of VON service three  times weekly- Durin'g this visit  ���the patient is encouraged to  -move about and do as many  -things for himself, as repeated  exercise and encouragement h  necessary for proper recovery-  After a break for lunch a  six weeks  old baby  and her  ; mother, were. ].visited 'for their  last free^yisit. The baby was  weighed :;and .general,   advice.- _  as neeededvgiveu,vto the.af^ther *  in tbejvay of diet for the baby,.  routine, etc-" ��� "        :y  ���'    The. second   call  was  as   a  request. from the local -doctor  to    visit   ah   elderly   woman  living alone who had been ill.  Another visit- was made to a    -  patient    requiring    injection^-  This   patient, was   under   the  care of'.a Vancouver specialist-  who had to be"contacted for  further instructions-  .    The next visit was .made to    ..  an expectant mother "who ijad  obtained  permission from her  doctor tb have a home, confine-  merit- Purpose of the visit was   -  1o~ leave  detailed  instructions    .  and" list of needed supplies:  ..  The last visit of the day was  made" to a patient who receives  a.   liver   injection   every . two  weeks-  So   a   weary   nurse   and   a.  dusty  car  wended  their way.,  towards Selma-. Park: with. the?  satisfaction of knowing a. good .  days work had been done and  felt that they had   "justified  their exist an ee"-  LUMBAGO (Lame Back)  When your back is stiff and very painful  and it's an effort for you to stoop or bend,  take the remedy that has brought swift,  safe relief to thousands���Templeton's  T-R-C's. Don't suffer from the nagging  misery of Lumbago a day longer than^ou  have to. Get T-R-CTs today. 65c, $1.35  at drug counters." T-840 -  This Week's Music:  if/* it  barmen  Leopold Stokowski ��� 4 78 R.P.3YE- Records  The Collection ��� $6-00  Watch For Qur Post Inventory Sale  ^.  oiinse  Phone Gibsons 32  re  Ed itoiv The Coast News,  Sir: ���  With the antideluvian setup  in Tictora  it speaks well for  the Public Works Department  that it gets as much done as is  done-  Our  outworn   and   outmoded road** are our heritage  from  pre^ferry  days  and  we  are now facing the -preparatory',  stages of a highway that may  develop into a second MaLaJiat-  It   is   reasonable   therefore  that re-locating and the abolition of bridges should be the  firat   charge.   In   all   outdoor  construction the weather is the  governing    factor    and "from  April to October (bairrini "wet  periods)   is   all  the  time  we  have  and   here  is where  the  Victoria setup is at fault, that  when the:- estimates are pafcsed  in early spring there is a blank .  period thait'is a "complete loss.  As' a rule there is no major  construction  getting under  way before the end of May. If ���  we have an early fall with the  customary  downpour in early  September the work is entirely\  stopped or carried on at he&vy  extra   costs.   We   understand  that public work over a stated  amount must be tendered for,  and the enteuing red tape is one  of  the  main   reasons  for; the  late starting. We all know that  the first onslaught On the Port  Mellon  road  waisi  commenced  in September with consequent  debacle and that the original  ���estimate may be doubled.^  There is a. "growing opinion  tluaffc    the,    Government.   hais  plenty of men  and  can  hire  plenty of good men with mod-  "ern machines jthat  can  go to  work the dajr that the terrain  ������'is    dry   entough.    Withy-good  supervision this method in bur  opinion jwoujd  ffecilitajte; the-  whole procedure,   r v ^^_-  .Accordjing to the new chums "  and Johnny. come latelys in  Victoria} there is no:. question  of politics in any Government  projects so it would be quite  in order to t��y a new line atod '  hire and fire on- merit.  L.S. Jackson  Posters  Letterheads  r  usiiiess  C^ardi  Arinoiincemeiits  Bills and In voices  The tost News  handle your  printing/requirements*  tjhie e:sper�� Aircraft Technician is  an important man Jn the expanding  Afield,of modern aviation. His ser-  vijqes���liis. "okay"'���are required by  the pilot before a plane can- take off  for flight! ^ .  ilf you are mecbanicaliy inclinedr  and lilce to work with engines and  machinery, the Air Force offers you  an^ojpportunity���now���to train as a  specialist in an aviation trade!  You'll receive good pay���get 30  days annual leave with pay���youTl  enjoy interesting work on aircraft  ~-j&ave opportunities for advance-  jnent! What's more, you'll be playing your part in defence of freedom!  Join today!  OFFERS YOU EXPERT TRAINING  ^  ASj  iH��Q����  I  I  1  I  I  i  i  !  I  I  I  I  1  I  u.  AEROENGINE  RADIO-RADAR  INSTRUMENT  ELECTRICAL  ARMAMENT  For complete information on pay��  trade training and other benefits^  see the Career Counsellor at; your  nearest R.C.A.F. Recruiting Unit or  mail this coupon.     \  Director of Personnel Manning  R.C.A.F Headquarters, Otfawq   -  Please mail to me,, without oblightfoii&fHll  particulars regarding enrolment require*  ments and openings now available m the  R.C.A.F.     '.;. ;v ;:;.';-::;;  NAME (please print)/... .,  (Surname)  STREET ADDRESS "..'..:  S  I  i  !  I  ������**����*��*����ft*��^��*  ���**���������������  CITY..  ��������� ���*rJ\v# V ������������*.��������* ���������'  I  1  I  8  EDUCATION (by grade [and province)     J  CAF-27-Kf  ���   ���   ,:���   Jf ��� By SANDY LOAM ���  CATALOGUE TIME  . By this time our readers will  ���have looked over their new  catalogues, and enjoyed reading about the newest things  in flowers and vegetables- Probably most of you have carefully put them away until  spring fever stirs a desire for  early planting.  A letter from an Oregon  friend suggests that we try  Borne novelties that she has  fount! good. Her soil is saildy  and quickly drained, much like  our own coastal soils, but will  grow anything with ample  humus added. The new Cauli-  cab has thrived with her, also  our now familiar spring bro-  coli, St. Valentine and April  Queen.  The much vaunted Uconn  squash wars1 disappointing, but  the fairly new Butternut>-7  not Buttercup���with its orange  flesh and small size has been  quite outstanding. She sold a  small planting.  Garden Peas in "the States  ere mostly unknown to us, but  we have found Onward, Imp,  Strategem a<nd Laxton 's Progress very satisfactory. One of  our Surrey friends has persuaded us to try British Lion,  "lMed is a four foot vine, which  he gets to six feet on his'compost rich soil, and finds most  prolific. He also grows that  famous English bean, Streamline, which is a very long pod-*  ded Scarlet Runner; and finds  it worth while- We like Top.  crop or Tendergreen among  the dwarf beans.  We hope to try Golden Sunshine com this 'year; some  growers;think it better flavored than,.the hybrids, and you  Thursday January 15,  1953       The Coast N.ews-  B  can save yoiir own'seed from  it. Small families like the tiny  head lettuce, Tom Thumb and  Mignonette, while the popular  Great Lakes is the ideal large  head, with one weiakness for  the home gardener, its inclination to mature all at once-  Onions need a very early  start, but moGt standard varieties will, in firm'"'"rich soil,  make .a good showing by August. The new coreless carrots"  are good, and very sweet if  grown, in rich soil-  Ja���MirtiB  Are you  We can supply men-and  material for any/ jobj  Carpenters  Electricians.  Painters 1  Secheif  Building Supplies    m  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ���  K?w.v..... ava'aw.'J"  n:i^';-jSIwC��v-\v^w.��>  giyvwwyialwffi  *,^8��&  A General Motors Value  Sport Coupe, Laurentian Series  mn  .***��  :���*.���!:: :���:���]  ..   ,      .,. .. TiivTTr^ .   .          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The lovely Dual-Streak Pontiacs for '53 are  -new Laurentian series offers you dramatic proof that dollar for  styling and comfort details hitherto dollar, you can't beat a Pontiac.  available only in the costliest cars Visit your Pontiac dealer���now!  ir Famous Pontiac "6" and Improved Economy "6" with Greatly Increased Horsepower I -A" Vtflde-Horizen Vision���new, one-piece curved windshield on all models  ir GM Shade-lite Tinted Glass,* "with exclusive, graduated windshield tinting  ir New, Improved Powerglide* and Dual-Range Hydra-Mafic Drive* ic New GM  Power Steeringf���eliminating 75% of steering effort ir New Autronic Eye* -^ New,  beautiful Dual-Streak Styling, inside and out ir Handsome new instrument panels  ir Key-Quick Starting     f Available as an option at extra cost on models ^Available as an  equipped with automatic transmissions. option at extra cost.  L"5  P-553M The Coast News Thursday  January 15,  1953  Cook's Corner    Wilson Creek  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For' Reference  ACCOUNTiNlGrSMtVIOE  && Types of Accounting Problems  Expertly ** Attended  INCOME TAX A SPECIALTY  JDoe&side   Service   to   fishermen.  Box 10, The Coast News.  APPLIANCES  M��mm*    ���!��� i mi�����-��� ���mm      i i   ��� ��� ������      I      " y i i i���    mmmmmMm  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS  Agents for  1 RCA Victor Records -  Columbia Records  Frigidaire Ranges and  j Refrigerators  Beatty Pumps, and  Equipment  JP.it Bojt 149 ��� Phone Gibsons 32  ''BLASTING ���*:-���'��� ;-:v^"cf��'  &Eccks yz Blasting ��� Roadbtiilding  ? blasting* /  5308 Pr. Edward Ave., Vancouver  ��� FRaser 3831 ���  Fully  Licensed:  All  Experienced  Men.  BEER BOTTLES  : Will call and boj for cash, beer  bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls made  at intervals  from  Hopkins to Irvine's Landing  R. H. STROSHEIN  'Wilson Creek.  CLEANERS".,    / V- .\:,'  JPENINSTn^ CLEANERS  Cleaners f% the Sechelt  Peninsula.  <-.,.    .'-,.������:��� ,,^.;Fhfln��*^' .;'>  OltMWfis 100 ��� Sechelt 45 J  ��LBCTRICAL WQ&��  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone 45   \  j&valiances"' ������ Fixtures ��� Radios  fWember 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  call  W.  Graham,  Gibsons, 60-  GIFT STORE "'  Headquarters  for  Wool,  Notions ��� Cards ���r Toys  Miscellaneous Gifts  GIBSONS 5-10-15 STORE  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  HARDWARE  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 ��� Gibsons B.C.  Builders' Hardware  Paint ��� Plumbing  ������ Appliances ���  '��� Complete. Installation  '    ��� Maintenance Service .  ��' DELIVERIES  ?! TO ALL POINTS  Gibsons Kindergarten  Reopened January 5th 1953. Program suited to children starting  school next September as well as  younger children.  Phone Gibsons 64S4  MACHINISTS  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists -  Phone 54 '��� Res: 58       ~  NOTARY PUBLIC  In response to many requests  from all over the Peninsula,  we fire re-opening the*. Cook's  Corner, in hopes that the material may be - interesting, and  provide a change for both the  cook and the family. We will  .. be glad to hear from our readers about the items we publish.  Cool weather makes Chocolate disjhes dc[ubly desirable,  so for this timee, here is one  that will win high acclaim  for amy cook:  CHOCOLATE TOP HATS  Brittle;- semi-sweet chocolate  is folded\ into whipped cream,  to fill tender chocolate cupcakes. A ..complete desert, to  be eaten with a fork:  1/3   cup  butter  or  margarine  1 teaspoon vanilla  1 cup ���sugai*  2 well-beten eggs  2  one-ounbe sqares  chocolate,  ^ melted   :-  IV2 cups Cake flour  V2 teaspoon salt "  l1/^ teaspoons baking powder.  % CUP ''milk  I cup he��yy cream  y* pa'ckage (4 oz.) semi sweet  .... chocolate, pieces, chopped.  Cream, gutter, vanilla anci  sugar. Add eggs and beat well.  Add melted chocolate, "blend.  Add' sifted, dry ingredients  alternately with milk, beating'  well after  each addition. Fill  OIL BURNERS  C & S OIL BURNEKS  .������'. .SALES . and  SERVICE   ;:  W.  Swain ~  p.Currie  ^   RanfW,  Furnaces,   Chimneys  Cleaned  used ranges for sale  AUTHORIZED KEMAC DEALERS  ��� Sechelt 74 -?  Plumbing and Electrical  Supplies _ Fixtures  > ���'������ --;    ���   .- y-W<SerVice:v ��� :: ���  SECHELT BUILDING  ������'���'���- ���**�����'     SUPPLIES     -  BADIO   ,,R  .^������-���.������f   m^���i     ���    m   qn��� ���������.     1 iiwiii       ���'���      ii   �������� ��� ���  !   ^ RICHTER  RADIOS  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone Sechelt 25 J  RADIO - APPLIANCE SERVICE  -.���:.-; Speedy   Guaranteed    Work  Ne*��andr;IJsed Radios    .  -���--���-������       ���    '1       M ' 1      * 1 , 1,        |,L  KEAI/ ESTATE and  INSURANCE,,  JOHN COLERIDGE  -   AGENCIES  Glbssns   and  District's   Only  Full  Time Real Estate and Insurance  Office Since 1948. ���  ;���      Phone Gibsons 37  ".-������������'.���" *  ROOFS REPAIRED  GIBSONS ROOFING  and  CHIMNEY CLEANING  Asphalt Roofing and Repairs <  Phone Gibsons 44  ftEOHELT CARTAGE  ..Mi HEMSTREET .  Sawdust ��� Wood ��� Coal  We haul anything, anywhere,  anytime  Phone Sechelt 97H       Sechelt, B.C.  SECOND HAND STORH  cupcakes. Replace tops upside  down- Makes one dozen.  .SSL  i-Mfj  ANGLICAN CHURCH  January 18, 1953  2nd JSu^l^  Sk Bartholomew's  Church  r".-^'t:.' \'yi'^mM0ta ��� ���"'?;..'���; "'���'���;'':;";'  ILOp. a.m. Mprning grayer  :11 00 am." Suhiiay 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  ^  Hardware ��� China  Tools ��� Furniture  Household Equipment  "    j  Magazine -��� Books  WE BUY ��� TRADE ��� SELL  PENINSULA SECOND  HAND STORE  Phone Gibsons 99  TYPEWRITERS  Typewriter Sales and Service  Remington  Rand  Agent  48-hour service  Colin Wingrave      Granth.79L  UNITED CHURCH  Gibsons:  9.45 a<m. Sunday  School  11.00 a.m. Public Worship  Roberts Creek:  2.00 p.m. Public Worship-  Selma Park:   v  3.30 p.m. Public Worship  . Port Mellon:  7.30 Friday Evenmgs  PENTECOSTAL  ,    T^EL  Sunday Services:  9:45 ajri*.:;Sunday School  11:00 a.m-devotional  7:30 p.m. Evangelistic    v  a Prayer ^dBi)t)le Study.  Wednesday 8 p.m.  Young People's, ^Friday, 7:30  Wilson Creek  2  p.m.���}'Sunday  School ;v  E^ange^^ia,. Servic,e ^  Stui^r 7:30 pjn.  Tuesday 7:30 P.ibu  Young Peoples,  Friday*  7:30 p.m.  Eoberts Creek  Service   Monday,  7 ;30   p.m.  St. VINCE!^ mS^IONS  January ;lSth 1953 /  St. Mary ���- Gibsons^- li a.mi  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  9 a.m.  January 25, 1953  St. Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 9 a.m.  Holy Family -��� Sechelt  11 a.m.  by Robbie  ger element took over for the  ever to be held iait Wilson Creek  was a huge success. The younger element took ofer for thei  time being and didn't miss a  trick. The hall was gatiily deeo-"  rated, music wais provided .by  Connie  Wilision   at  the   piano,  ably assisted by Ji��isk McLeod  and Curly Lueken1. \  Mrs. J. McCieod and Kay  Franski \vere in command and  with plenty of favors, and refreshments. This affaiar wa's  voted the best yet.  Well now for the sick Bay.  Glad to report progress from  the Noirburni home, Ted is still  the cook though. Mrs. Roberts  is up and around, and Mrs.F.  Mutter also is< much better.  Mrs. G. Reid who ispemt sev*  eral days in bed last weet, is ���  reported   on   the   mend.   Jack  Yewdal3,   has been under ther  weather for some time, but I  _;  noticed him pedalling his bike '"  to the post office, which is a  good sign.  Send in you notices early to insure  publication,  January 31, ��� Gibsons, at 2:30  p.m. Annual meeting the Canadian  Red Cross, West Howe Sound  Branch at the United Church Hall.  All .are urged to attend.  January 21 ��� Gibsons, School  Hall, 8 pjn., Social Credit meeting,  two guest speakers ��� John Purdue,  President B.C. Social Credit League  and Noal Murphy. Also interesting  film, "The Alberta Story'.'showing  story of 17 years successful growth,  eveiybody welcome.  January 28 ��� Gibson?. 2 p.m. at  the home of 'Mrs. Dave Beece,  general ineetirg of the Headlands  v.o:N.     "'  ..... ���". \ ...    ���...-"���'     '..'"'.  1953   SPECIAL  ���   Waterfront,   in.  Gibsons,   nice - cottage,   BARGAIN  l"ot^iif- Realty  Phone Gibsons 44  The Coast News  0. JOHN COLEEIDGB  '.���. ���  Gibsons ���  Offtee 37    '"' f"������-*-���       Res; 116 W ^ greased... cup-cake    pans    2/2rr.  ^���'v1- ���������������    ������ ;       ������.:������ - full. Bake at 350 degrees- for���������:���;���-  20 to 25 minutes. WSen coplj^  ^remo^e:-v;:,;CQ^e y, sljage^.; :pie^ees.;_  from7 center^ of   each ': with   a  - shar^   kiiife-   Fold    chocolate ;  chipsfi/uto^avhipped cream. \Pill "  FOR SALE  For Salev !Austm^  carefuli-o^meriwdiiven ^ only 14,000.  milesI'cri good roads. Grey with blue  leathec, Heater, De~froster, Top-  luggage c^urrler, GtlUe guard,  undercoated, good tires, in beautiful cociditioni $1195,00 ca^h, or consider property bus part payment;  ^pply Ot'. Payton, Beach Avenue,  Roberts Gfleek; Plione 24KL  Large size (62,000 B.T.U.) Super-  flame Oil Header. We overestima,  ted requirements for six roomed  residence. Half price $90.00. Phone  1TR or address Box 39rV Sei'.helt  EAJtL'S BLACKSMITH SHOP, ���  fully equipped. Apply Earl Blngley,  Gibsons, B.C. tfn  "' SALE! :  SAL'fir   ^SALE! "  LVXVRIOS   '  CHENILLE BE0SPPREADS  At  Only $5^9 Eacn  FROM FAOTORnra YOV. Thiff  bedspread ia the latest rage. It has  thousands  of  saaall  Telvety  tufts,  which completely corer the spread.  One of the finest type*-of Chenille  spreads   made   and   worth   much  mere.   In  all  shades,  with   either  mufti-colored  or  solid  same color  patterns on top. In full doable or  single bed sizes. First quality. Sent  COD  plus  postage.  ���'Immediate  money-bags guarantee.  TOWN   and  COUNTRY  JM0fg.,Box  1496, Place D'Armes, Montreal,  Quebec. ;\. '.   2  One Jersey Cow, second calf due  in January. Apply J. Wood, West  .Sechelt.     ���.���'���������;-        ���'���'���.''.'.'-y.. ~    '���.   %   ���  Gfood Wood and Sawdust, old growth;:  Fir and Miilwood, dry Fir Sawdust.  Phone Gibsons .84W^���'or see Joe  Rushton,  Robxsrts  Creek.  ���;'; ,     ;    ':���    tfn^"'  GOOD use^l tires and tubes, various  ^^>,$3.00_and up! Chuck's. MOt%s  ::^an�� WeWing. ";''*' ''^^/ifitf',  22 acres all sub-divided, one mile  beyond^ cemetery j^sacrifice, $825.  Totem Realty, Gibsons BC.  ';������'���-���.: ..-ij^TSr.'        :-.-:      :';���?..'-'.-'.��� ^tSn  Alder wood,  $10.50  per  cord;   Fir  wood $il.50  per  cord, delivered. \  E. McCartney. B.R.  1;,  Gibsons, *���->  Phone 67 H tin  Rough and Planed  Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z      .  K0LTERMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  TurJrey^   all:  sizes,  fresh   from  Aune's Turi|^ F^  '/Wiisan:;Gi^:;ac('r ;: ' tfn  For/Ren^^2 ?ro��n^ largo  kitchen; living ixwrn and bedroom,  furnished   or   unfurnished./Apply  ��� :<S;-:-A.:;:Hag^/:-:Oibsons:s;fx>.?:^:--,^���'.-:'  .:.  mc<iernv   partially  furnished,   oaaly  :' $18.!'^Totem^Reaity"   l^r ':^-���>'- - ��� -  ���>:" ;'*"���'-������   ���.:���; .*.--���"*- ' '-���*������ -f-.���  Vacancies for|.fbi^/.'m^p^vi?^  modern cabins with electric <xk^  ^a^^'^he^^'iLow^. ^w^.VJtojto.;^ ���  RMgeway Motel, Gibsons 68L.     :  Fiuly modern two bexlroom home,  lovely furniture, eflec&ric range,  warm cosy home, only $40.00 month.  Totem Realty, Gibsooas BC. ;    ,  ,  -    -    - '"-"    tfn'  ; -~- ���    -'  Furnished Cabins bysday week or  month. Rit's Motel, Bay Area,  Gibsons.       *   ��� -        tfn  At HOpkins. -Six room house, large  living room with fireplace, three  bedrooms, modern ^plumbing and  Pembroke Bath. $35. Phone West  Vancouver, 1407U or see Maclaren  1651 - 24th, St. West Vancouver.  tfn  WANTED  Wanted, room and board for two  high scnool girfe. till the end of  Jtuie 1053: BOx 11, TteCOaSt News;.  '  .1 ' '   ��� ���        ' '-'- - - ' ' .      ���j  ;SprayXahd Brush Pamting; also  paper rhangiig. J. Melhus; Phone  Gibsons 33. I       tfn  pave .���; Gregerson ���.;' Licenced Electrician.; Madeira Par Pender Har-  bour..Phdne-llH^; ^X        ;';' _ tfn  ��� WiVtCJI:;RE^3R"^;^l'^ms; of "  watches and jewelry repaired. Reliable,-fast, efficient. Union General  ��� Store* Sechelt. .; "  '       tfn  .-.V  CARD of THANKS  Mr..and Mrs.; Claye Chamberlin  wish to thank their many friends  and neighbors for their kind wishes,  and their daughter, . Mrs.. Mil.  Brown, for her -"At Home", held for  them an Sunday, December 28th.  We wish you. alia Happy New Year.  We regret this card was omitted  in our last issue. Ed. By ARIES  'We hear the Cuthbert's have  purchased the Sechelt Waterfront cafe, we are very glad,  they are nice people, and have  worked up a very nice business.  At the ^recent meeting of  the   "W.A.    to   the    Canadian  Raund-up  ;&  ' by Madge Newman  It is time for you to start  patching your good, clothes in  readiness for the annual FT A  Valentine Dance which its coming up on the 14th of February.  According to the committee  which met at the home of Mrs.  E;.. WaillBy it willy be a Hard  [Time dance, whicli should be  fitting for; this> post^hristmas  ^season.' .��� :fS>.V-  :.���:;���'*���*'���:������'���'  There will  be -prizes  of  course. Also  all may indulge  in   the   paying   of; the . extra  nickel; attached to the  dollar  . adm&sibin  price  which, is  the  amusement    tax    now    levied "  upon. us. The 'Hard time' does  not  refer   to   dancing : to   the  music   of   the ,Rhythm   Pals,-  well-known radio airiMs.  ���  The gay lights on the Xmas  Jree standingonfc Mathew 's  property across from the Post  Office are laid away for another yeaiv The Idea; for the lighted, tree caime.friom.the active  interest ���* of the Hall& oL a r d  ���augmented   by i%;; d^ta$ns  >ifronTthe MJand^^v;^^^^n"S  Q a r a g e>  J?red  Barnes: and  Blott 's Storp, ~ aiid a.ssisteci by  the Power-Commission-  It  is  hoped thie tree will be an annual   custom   and  that  there  wiU be more d-onations of  lights etc.  ? Badminton enthusiasts are  looking- forward to a tourna-  MiKttit-^o'be held at thir-Hall on  the 20th, when the Gibsons  players will bergtiest&-  .'���'���^'WJ. Norma Wallis, after  [spending a'"month's racation  &t her home here, left \yplane  Mon&ay to take up her duties  at Edgar, Ontario.'  ...Mr. Pete Edmunds fe under-  goiing treatment in Shaugh-  nessy Hospital- Better news of  Mrs. H. Smith who ha& returned home after Na lengthy stay -  in Hospd.ta.1,. and making good  jecoyeicy(from1 h,^ U,lness��  Lumber- Rough  and Sized  Finished Lumb<er;  and Mouldings  Bricks # Litne etc.  Roofing Wallboard  Shingles, Plywood  S^sh and; Doors  Hardware ��� Paint v  Plumbing  Linos & Alum. Trim  We Stefek  It All *������' :  at/;  -  Gibsons Building  ^t.  Telephone Gibsons 53  Legion 140, it was decided to  hold a White Elephant sale on  February 10th, in the Legion  Hall. Coffee will be served.  A recent visitor to Sechelt  was Mrs. J.H. McMulieu with  sons Patrick and DougtLas. of  Port Authur. Mrs. McMullen  is the former Mae Berry,  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.  K- Berry- It is teni years since'  Mae/ was home for Christmas  and she finds many changes  around Sechelt.  Mr. Charlie Lees and his  bride the former Irene Patricia  Welters, are back from their  honeymoon and a4*e residing  at K|ithways,  We&t Sechelt.  Glad to hear Mr-.. Alex Mc-  Rae is better amd home once  The Coast News 5  Thursd&iy January 15,  1953  more. Hope he keeps well now  and not too ambitious to start  working-  Sorry to. hear Mr. Harry  Sawyer wejs rushed to hospital  with appendieieitis, trus>t there  will be no complications and  that he will be hack soon. Mrs.  Sawyer has recently returned  from Kelowna-  Halfmoon Bay  Rough & Planed Lumber  Phone  Halfmoon   Bay   7Z  1951 CHEVROLET ��� two door sedan, heater and de-froster,  excellent body, good mechanical condition, one owner since new,  TRADE  ���  TERMS    $1795  1950 MOKRIS MINOR ��� convertible,-a lovely, economical little  ear, complete with heatei and de-froster.  1951 METEOR ��� custom sedan, overdrive, custom radio, air con.  ditioner and de-froster, low mileage     $25105  1951 FORD ANGLIA ��� heater, really good condition .... $605  Consolidated Motor Co/ Ltd.  1230 W. Georgia, Vancouver  MA 6131  ^��  ->  ,"��  ��� ��  ifr'sw  I   It's die streamlined way to make financial progress. Some of our most  successful customers use thfe&system. 1^ heart of Person��l>  Planning ��� the! JJof M's. method of family financing which Canadians  from coast to coast are finding practical and stimulating. "'    #  c It meaas putting yourself on your own pay-roll y,.-making up your  mind, that you yourself bave a claim on your income just as much as the  landlord, i&e butcher and the tax-collector.  You'll do; tru^ol; course, because you have a definite objective ��� a  strong reason for saving. It may be a general goal like family security...  or it'may be something specific like a new refrigerator, a house, or even  a place intthe country/.;      v  .; You caK gor into ^eot to yourself in two ways ��� by saving and by  borrowing.        " '-^^/v.;/ v ;���>  >, "*"'  Saving comes first^-of course ... so much a pay-day owing to yourself.  A bank balance gives you personal confidence-as few other things  can. It gives you a good foundation for. your financial plans... and it  makes it easier for your B of M manager to lend you money when you  want to realize an objective sooner than you ^otherwise could.  When you have a sound financial program, but need money for some  useful purpose, borrowing at the B of M is Just as sound as "systematic  saving. Indeed, it is another form of saving. And it is the B of M's business  to lend you money, when it's good business for you to borrow.  A BofM Personal Loan simply enables you to enjoy sooner the  things you plan for... and you pay it off in regular instalments just as  you have built up your savingsi balance.        ���...'  Why .not make upyour mind to get what you want  this streamlined way ���and open ydur special-purpose  MY BANK'  savings account at *'^Y BANK" tomorrow. And while    to a MliUOM camadiah  you're in the Bank, have a chat with the Manager or  Accountant. You wiir find them ready and interested t,Q.  sdiscussyour plans arid problems. \  .... _\. . '���   ������'-      ���.'    >> ���' ���'���'::���"        ���  "������ ��� ��� ��� ������  r . T   -"  . * ������'..'*  ^^���'?':::yf:''   Bank of Montreal ^  Gibsons Branch: THOMAS LARSON, Manager.  Sechelt (Sub^agency); Open Tuesday and Thursday  Port Mellon (Sub-agency): Open Friday  WORKING  WITH  CANADIANS  IN  EVERY  WALK  OF  LIFE  S I N C E  1 8" 1 7  DI78 y^jf...!,.,..  6  The Coast News     Thursdia<y January 15,  1953  By students of Elphinstone Junior-Senior High School  Editor in Chief: Celia Fiumerfelt  Social News Editor: Vera Barsey  News Editor: Donna Bingley  Sports Editor: B��L Woods  The Sports Beat  II | 1   ~      ���. .V, ,|, ,||,|,||H .I.HI..I     ���  Seeing school has been under  way less than a week after a  very festive season, (it was- for  this boy, anyway), there is  little to report in the sports  line- JBut  there _aTe a lot  of  night  Coming - Going  NEW STUDENT  GuantT^Hazehvood, a Grade  8 student, from Proctor Superior School joined us 'at the  begifitninig of the week. Proctor  Superior School is 20 miles  outside of Nelson on the Koot-  enay Lake- Grant is interested  in most sports, favorites are  basketball, softball, badminton  and swimming. We hope Grant  likes it here at Elphinstone.  TWINS LEAVE  Two Elhinstone High School  students, Remald ��and Roger  Johnston, have left the school  to, Join the army- The twins  were very popular and will be  missed from the..Glee Club,  School Orchestra and School  Paper Staff- They are going to  continue their schooling in the  army- "We wish them the best  ���mammtmm��� .- '"'���������'    - ���      ' ��� -"      "*    ���   ""  Port Mellon  by Vera Swanson  The Fort Mellon School put  on a Christmas concert on Dec-  eember 17th which, was very  much enjoyed. Presents were  given out at the big party that  the Union heljl on. Saturday,;-':  the 20th, for all the younger  people of Port Mellon.  Two of our school students  will be leaving us, Ronnie  Leach man of grade 8, and  Eileen Harrop of grade 6- We  ere sorry to see them go.  The bo^ys airid. girls were glad  to see the new shuttlecock*  and skipping rop^arrive- ^As  th ey can *�� play out in the raao,  they have something to keep  them busy during this rainy  season.  -  .   Grades 4, 5, 6, and 7 had a  -  series  of  debates   during  the  last few month�� and all sides  put up a good fight-  .*���"*'r ���     ��������������������    '���     ���- ���'���'  "��������������    .    .1-     .��������� i    ������������-������ i     ���mim  School Briefs  The ISilphin.stone students  enjoyed a vacation from school  on Wednesday. The elements  and the Power Commission, cooperated to give us this little  respite from our studies.  A welcome sight to many of "  our junior students was the  two dayfe of snow- Snowballing -  was the vogue, (inside school  and out). However the snow  soon disappeared, much to the  pleasure of harassed teachers  and bits drivers.  Credit for gleaming floors  and polished brass work:  throughout the school is due to  the janitors,.-.Mr*. G. Cresswell  and Mr. Wettall, who. worked  industrially throughout the  holiday season.  The student body will soon  be electing their second-term  Student Council memuer^The  big election will take' place on  the 23rd of January.  The stage and gymnasium  floors have acquired a' gleaming new coat of varnish  applied by our custodian, Mr.  Chanter and our janitors*:This'.'  was a welcome sight to the  returning students -ancT staff-  Chess and checker tournaments have started, providing  entertainment for those "who-  prefer to use their brains instead of muscles. This is sponsored by Mr. Petersom, an avid  chess and checker fan, himself-  fll  m  PoHTRMTS  ee it  barring the little exceptions to the rules, I was  going   to   turn   strictly   anti-  events in the near future  worthy of* comment.  The first boy's practice of  the New Year was held on  Thursday night- We sure needed it- Eeveryone looked -as if  he had too much turkey at  Christmas. House league basketball hasin-'t got under way  (since the holidays-  The Badminton Club is planning a tourney sometime soon.  I believe they  hare hopes of  by Eric Lindwall  Well, good old '53 is here  at last. I did my best to ring  it in too ��� although the morning after wasn't such a cheerful proposition-  ' I made up a list of New  vYeter's rtejsoiuticjfrs (to break  within the first week), and  grimly ^promised myself that  "things would \e different  this year"- No more late nights  for this boy, (except the odd  week-end, of course),- and.  bushels   of   homework    every  social!  Yes   the   list   was   strictly    sending .a.  few  players   to  a  long  and varied  and  all tW   tournament elsewhere- A table  rules and regulations set down  by me,' (in a spurt of self-  condeinjnation), took oin. a look  of a sentence of life imprisonment. The "monks cloistered  cell", (and the convict^ barred one), took on a new meaning for me-  So gritting my teeth. .-and...  exerting all my will-power I  possessed, '1 tore up :my long  -list of resolutions and decided  to go my way in. peace ��� stays  ing up late a'nd doing as little  studying as I could.  /  tennis tourney is also planned-  About fifteen of us made  the trip to town on Jafnuary  2nd to take in1 the U.B.C. ���  Globetrotter game and the  ^amei between Vancouver's  two top teams, Ei T e r s'and  Cloverleafs, We enjoyed both  games, especially the Globetrotters- "They are spectacular-  Mr. Clark, the .senior boy's'  coach commented last week,  "I-wish the boys had never  seen the Globetrotters because,  they are trying to match the  world famous hoop.kings".  Jack Nestmaln is still out  with an injured knee. We are  hoping he'll be ready for "the  tournament in March, but iti  does'not look very promising.  The team has no other injuries-  John Oliver is due to play  two games here on January  24th, one with the girls and the  other with the senior boysv  Both games promise to be well  worth "coming out ,to\ see, so  how about coming up to the  school gym. and see the home  te%ms in action- Jayo boys are  rated as Vancouver V best this  College- It is very encouraging  to have a /large crowd so let's  see you out on the 24th aaict  .all games, after that date-  Roy ^Djincan  B. Wv M. BO#E  Chartered  Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  ��� ^Atlow  1954 ���  ���   HMEMilTO?   ..'���  Hear the Message of Life and Hope  through "Jesus Christ"  Presented by  Evangelist: J. 1 BOBieij  1 January IS��� February 1, every night 8 p. rn  -except IMfomctey and Saturday  Sunday, 11:00 and 7:30  Lively Song Service and Special Music  A Welcom^f Awaits You  At Gibsons Pent^&stal T^beroacle.  /���  All Ty��e? i'Mf Footwear on Sale  These Reduced Prices are Cash Sales  ^     No Exchanges '  G  ome in ror  For Fitti  s  . ...jLiui-.i  Examples of Thrifty Buys  Men's High Cleated Boots  Regular    $8.55   ...'*:.' .,.  ���������������������������,  Men's Gum Boots'  Regular    $4.99    s.......  Women's Gum Boots  ���Regular    $4.25    ..  ��� ���������##  ��� ��� ��� ��� ���  **��������������������������*�������������  Sale ��� $7.27  ^ ; $4.24 ..  Sale    $3.61  Sale    $5.52 _  j       Sisman's Scampers  Regular    $6.90  Boys' Leather Boots  Regular    $6.50    OTHERS SIMILARLY REDUCED   /  Men's Romeos  Regular    $8.20    Sale    $6.97  t      VARIOUS GRADES ON SALE  Lug Grips  Regular    $6.99  *  ��  ��   ���   ��������*   ���   *����   ���   *   a   t  ��   t   ��   ���  ����� ���   ���  ���   ������   ��.��!  **���������������������*���������������*  Men's Work Boots  Regular    $7.99  ��� ���  * ��  �����������>  �����������*������    ���-��    ���'���    m,    m    i  - AND  UP  Loggers'   'Gaulk'   Boots  Regular   $34.25   ��� ���������������������������i  ��� �����������������  Sale !$5.87  sale $5:94;  Sale    $6.80  Sale $189.10  Babies'  "Shod:0 Shoos"  Regular.   $3.65   .--!V..  ..........  ALL   LINES   SIMILARLY ^REDUCED  .Sale    $3.10  Cash Sale Starts Sat. Jan. 17? Closes Feb- 28  3n s  loes  Phone 111H  Gibsons B-0. Halfmoon  By F. Cormack  As this is the first of the  Beams for 1953, may. I extend  to all the Compliments of the.  '. Sea-son.  Travelling over the Gibsons  -Halfmoon Bay Road on our  return from our holiday in  Vancouver, we understood  wliaJt Robert ^urnsr meant  when he penned.  " I 'm now  arrived,  fchahJcs  > toGod":;. '��� ;>V-:^:  Through pathways rough and  ���muddy:';' ;i:y  A certaih sign that niaMn'  a?oads  Is no- this people's stu^y*V  Anyone cohtfempla-fing a trip  over the Welcome Bea^h^ road  frjom:; Halfmoon Bay should  come equipped with a eanoe^  or waterwings, to. negotiate the  'laker across the road at one ~  point- ^e newer, .low-slung  cars aetually^3nd^water seeping ih: through the dbors^^s  %hey ptow, or sail, ���. through it-  A letter: from'Harry Munson,  a former ; resident here, and  now a patient at the Pearson  T-B-   Hospital   in  Vancouver,  .says he is well enough; to celebrate Christmas at home" with  his famiily for a few days^ He-  would like to thank his many  friends ail the way up to Pen-  by R. H. Kennett  A regular pattern of weather  systems from the Pacific resulted in the B.C. Coast'experiencing a generally mild  and; cloudy- Dec e.ni b e r-. In  addition, near normal precipitation wa/5 recorded at most  points.  Gibsons   -ended   the   month  with 8.32' inches of ra'in and,  except for a few flakes of snow  .  Christmas  night ^.atid; Boxing ,'  B^y morning; enjoyed a^ rela-  tivley  mild,  snow free  month.  Rain  fell  on  24  days .during  ther^monthy^^^lightly    above  normai- Greatest  rain  amount  for? any 24 hour  period  was  recorded ��on   December   11th,  when   1..32   inches  fell.   'Gale  force winds were observed on  four days, Dedember 3rdv 4th,  ��� 6tlv:and-28|h.. -'��� ���. ^: .'"';    ���  Absenee^pf .1952 annual totals  for Gibsoni^makes ; it  impos-- .  sible   -to?:' e^ipaj e   actual  figures./Howeyer^   we    may  t eaB0^^^^^^^^^;^its^4.' ^  ���tti0exp4i^^  d^ ydar as; did ^ptheir ^localities'. ;^ilong:   the   south; coast-  .Spine stations did in fact end_  195& ^with  annual records for  years^  :'*;>'���?���������  FOR THE VERY  r . :^:FINEST.;1.^  ;;;.... ���> ���������"   i ������' . '...��� * .;' -  HARDWARE  CHINA and DRYGOODS  GROCERIES ��� DRUGS  FISHING SUPPLIES  HOME ESSENTIALS  MURDOCH'S  *    MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  der Harbour who remembered  him with cards at Christmas-  They were much appreciated,  and a great morale boostes-  The little Lloyd Brackett  children welcomed their Mummy home on, Monday, and with  her, a branch-new baby brother  born in Vancouver January 5-  Week-end yistors to WelJ  come Beaeh-were Mr- and Mrs.  G. Hugh Duff atnd their two  sons, from Vancouver, who  paid a visit to Mr, Joseph Duff,  Mr. Duff?s father, and to; their  Aunt, Mrs.  Elsie Klusendorf.  Boston  Bar  visitors to  the_  home of Mr. and Mrs. P- Meuse  are   Mr.  and   Mrs Evan Mc-  Dougall, Mrs. Meuse's daugh  ter, ajQd son-in-laiw, with their  two smajl daughters.  Mr,s. T. Robilliard is still in  Vancouver on the sick list. We  wish her0a speedy ;return to  health.  A Christmas present, one  day late, was the new daughter, born in Vancouver on Dec.  28th, to Mr. and Mrs. Stann  Moffatts  Mr. Don Rosfe was up from  Vancouver for a. few days at  his summer cottage at Red  Roofs. Home on leave from  Florida for^ the Christmas holidays was F.O. Richard Laird,  D.F.C., of Redroofs- Mrs- E��  Lewis of Half moon Biay is enjoying a visit from his brother  The Coast News .    7  Thursday January 15,  1953  from the Peace River, and his  sister from Vancouver-  Mr,^ Frank Lyons is back on  her feet ,again after a severe  bout * of bronchitis. Back to  school at York House, Vancouver, Last week went Pat and  Mary 1 in Cooper, who- had  spent the Christmas holidays  with their parents,the Jim  Coopers, at Redrbofs.  Optometrist'  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 01  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Why go to Vancouver for  Ooticjil Service?  Sechett Weather  ;   by W.A. Youngman  '^!"$h'e   rainfalls for  December  w|as  7J47 ^hehes-  Tjhiere  werex  five days' ^without- measurable  precipitation. The two  warm-  est "days  were the   12th  and  13th, when: .temperatures of 57 "-���  ancl'58 degrees fahrenheit were ..'���:  recorded. The coldest day was  , the 23rd', with a minimitm of  2o   degrees   Fahrenheit.    The  totals rainfall   for   1952   was ;���  32.04 inehes, as compared with  44;39 inches in 1951. ^:   ���  Cook Stove or Furnace Oil      _ -  - See your Imperial Of? agent,  Reg. Godfrey, Phone Grantham 56  "I'LL MEET YOU AT THE CASTLE  IN   THE   HEART   OF   THE   CITY."  Hotel Castle  MArine 8531  VANCOUVER, B.C..  AL. BLACK, Manager  750 Granville. Street  Power-Pivot Pedals, suspended  from above, work easier and eliminate floor holes.���provide more floor  space for the driver!  httfMe  .^J/  <j.   ���*{������' ���     ���iK*.-.-.i  '&&W       ���>�����������  Centre-Fill Fueling makes filling-up  easy from either side of the gas  pump... prevents damage to finish  and gas spilling on fenders.  t  :M-.v.ASi$S ;::*.  "��� W-.W/W/M  w;:-:-:-S:-Vy,*wfl�� *  and a brand-new, longer,/owen wider took  GOIOCN ANNiyE8SA8Y Of IH��  GREATEST NAME IN MOrOttNO  It's here . .;the new, pace-setting, style-  making '53 Ford���presenting for the first  time���the sensational new Miracle Ride!  Now, feel the difference, in the !53 Ford���  with the entire suspension system completely-balanced for a safer, smoother*  giueter ride^��� that gives a brand-new  concept of comfort on all kinds of road. v  Again,  Ford steps ahead with all the  a car  bility that really lets you see .  that handles with effortless steering,  braking and parking . . . with proved  V-8 power and brilliant performance.  See it.-.. check it... you'll find the 1953  Ford gives you so many things you need  and want. Test-Drive Ford���you'11 know  why, more than ever before, the swing  is to Ford!  features you want . . \ Full-Circle Visi  *Fordomat?c Driv*, Overdrive, and white sidewall tire* optional at extra coti.  Sfrafo-Slar V-8 130-Hp. Engine  with high compression performance. Advanced design  backed by experience in building more V-8's than all other  manufacturers combined.  Ferd emetic * Drivei& the finest  automatic drive on the road.  With Ford you can choose from  Fordoraatic*, Overdrive*, or  Synchro-Silent. Shift.  .       . \\  New Miracle Ride that takes all the  factors of ride, engineers them into a  completely-balanced combination for  a  ride  that's  truly  a   revelation.  //  IsfoK)!  SEE YOUR FORD DEALER... TEST'DRIVE  tk& DBW  ��� 1  son  SecheSf  LOOK FOR THE  m. No. V8-53-2C���4 cols, x 150 lines, Newspapers, F-30001���M The Coast News Thursday January 15,  1953  S  Try The Coast News Classified  * * a  THE 1953 PONTIAC brings Canadians a completely new line of automobiles with 29 body styles in  five series. New styling inside and out, new colors, improved riding qualities,* greater vision and  roomier interiors are among the highlights. Available are eight and six cylinder engines, the latter  with substantially increased power. Options such as Powerglide or Hydra-Matic automatic transmissions, depending on the series; Power steering; and the Autronic Eye, an automatic headlight dimmer,  ere available at extra cost. Shown here is the Custom Catalina.  Gower  !S"  By GYPSY TOWERS  Comparative .quiet on- the  waterfront at G ower this  week- The biggest noise is the  surge of streams running over  the roads and the. sfplash of  mud on the fenders aird the  boulders striking the ga's taiiks  as the nerve racked motorists  splurge their ��� tortuous way to1:  and from Gower.  Making merry at the home  Porpoise Patter  by Sally Ann  A meeting was held ourJan-  7th in tbe office of.. the B.-G.  Power Commis&ion at SecHelt,  by .residents; of the Porpoise  Bay.area interested in getting "  electricity brought in by the  Commission^;   Mr.   Bob ,. Cooke  presided    over    the    meeting^  which was well attended despite the stormy weather.  According to> the original  plan the lines were to go along  Che beach- But, as it ie not possible to get am easement  through..the: Union Steatmships  property, other efforts are  being made for another route,  which will be submitted to the  Power Commission for consideration.  Word has been received from  Vancouver that Mr. and Mrs-  Peter Ma'cMillan are the proud  parents of a baby boy born  December 21, a brother for  Janice-  Mr. and Mrs- T. Gory, and  Denny have just returned  from a brief visit to Vancou- r  ver, and. are at present staying at the C. Newcombe home,  until their house is repaired.  ' of   Mr-   and   Mrs.   J-D.   Smith-  were the Scottish Dancers, but  missing   from   the   scene ,was  Mrs.   James  Beaton   who.  un-  fotunately wals laid up with a  badly dislocated shoulder- Slip-  in g   on   an   icy  plank   at  her .  home   during   the   brief   cold  spell  she  fell  and  chipped  .a  bone   as  well   as   putting   her  ��� shoulder  out.  Hope the mend  will   be   rapid,    painless   and  complete-  Mi*- and Mrs. S-A. Porteous  planning    a    prolonged    visit  with the.Jules.MaihilVas soon  as their liealtli permits travel.  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