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 Phone your news or  orders to  Seventh Year of Publication Thursday February 26, 1953   Vol. 7, - 8.        Published in GIBSONS, B.C.     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  Father aricl Son E^ay In The Air  Piloting aircraft has become a tradition in the Crosby family. Rere  TCA Capt. Jack Crosby, who has been flying for many yeu_s, pins  pilot's wings on his son Jack at a wings parade at Dorval yesterday.  Mrs. Crosby,, who is looking .on, says that her ��three other children,  her oldest daughter asnrl her other son want to bfecome pilots too. The  Crosbys are the first father-son team to be connected with th>e opera,  tional side of the airline. Their home is in Westminster, B.C., and  they flew up to Montreal yesterday especially for the ceremony.  Board  Mak  es  By-Law Recommendations  < A special meeting of the Gibso<ns Board of Trade was held  Wednesday afteri oon\ to consider recommendations to be made  to the Board o'f Gonkhiissioners in the amending of Traffic By-  Law No- 9&. ^be^h^d^eeai a.f meetki)gv of. twelyj^);b;u^; ess. wen  bin) Monday nigi^:^ which  could be; presetted"'to this 'meeting for coiisideratilon. '  With   Mr; :G-   Gray  in   thef : ,^,1^   This   it wa, aoveed  Chair,   t*ese proposed ;r^^^ ��� Was ^^  mendations : were  brought  ���; " C0lua omy  , could only lead to confusion  ���.-r~-~r.~-~ wel5 bK��.u��ht.Wf later, a; tl could lead, to just  one at a time tor discussion/ meh another debacle as we are  amendment  orapproval;      : -    '  In Brief they, are as follows,  through.  a��   eve1! |tua>ly . approved   for  presejntatioiii:    . -.' ��� \  1. , That a time limit of1 two  hours    be   ���re'commeiided    for  . parkomg ini such limited areas  as were to be set up?;  ,,.  % -That the area in. which  such time limit should be placed  shpuid.be defiifcd as between,  the road at Jack InglisVcorjner  to the Church on Marine Drive,  and between* the No; Parkii g  sign*.at the North Of the Fire-  halli. aiicl that at -tuVKumageii  (Eirlafs). cafe, J oitt GowerRoad-  3. :,'That An&le.,*Parking be  permitted \y\&\ front,.-.of ��� Bal's  Apartmen'tg aind the School  District Office, and in front of.  Rothes Used Car Lot.  '.4. /That, every extra- spots  proved by the R.C-M.P- a.; d  suitable for parking, and ap~  the 'Village Commission, should  be soi utilized, from the Winn  Road Norths Examples quoted  \vere at the Co-op Store, at  the Gibsons Electric, at the  Sunset, etc. Emphasis was laid  o;m the approval."of'-a competent  'Triaffic Officer in this, recommendation.  5* Recommended 15 minute  parking Jn front of the Post  Office���desigi&ted  by   signs.  6. .Recommeinded\ that painted., markings oni pavement or  ground markings be - installed  to make sure 'of .correct angle  parking.-It was further recom-s  mended that the r'No Parking'  area, at the Fireball be extened  f rotai th e Norrth ' No j Parking'  sign to the Winn Road.  It was considered inadvisable ;  from many anigl e s���-to have  presently  passing  It-was also noted that, in  view of the fact that the meeting ;wasi pint", in possession . of  mfcips from which legale des-��  criptions could be quoted as  boundaries or limits, local descriptive ; te r.m s were used.  These wrere familier to those  commissioners who were present and seeaned to be readily  recogi izable.   r  New Slate  At the recent* meeting of the  .:-:-pai adiaii ��� Legion Branch  109  at Gibsons, the followng slate  of officers were elected:  D- Hieirrin, president; . J-_>  Gordon and J- Wilsoaa are vice-  presidei.ts; E.G. S'er g a n t,  ���secretary"; F-. Stenner, treas-  tirer and J- Connor, sergant-  at-arms-- *  Elected to'the executive are:  S- Fladager, R.D. Fitcjhett, j.  Dawsion, J- Sehiitz, R- Grey,  AC- Burls, N. McKay '  Re-elected afe Chaplain^ Rev.  H.lJ. Oswald- Appointed delegates, to the Zone Council: D-  Herrin, A. Burls, E-G- Sergaiit,  S- FSadagjer, Robt. Macnicol,  and G. Begg-   .  MALCOLM MacPHAIL  HEADS GIBSONS LIBERALS  Malcolm MaePhai] was elected president of the Gibsons  Liberal Association at the  Ajniriiual Meeting held on Feb.  18th.   ���   .,   ���.__,_.__.   .......... . R. Telford, is vice president;  regions/ laid, down in; the By- Mrs. J- Mai! ��1, secretary-treas-  Daw as restricted parking areas- ureriEleeted  to  the  executive  that would not be enforced at are: Mrs. Ritchey, Mr. Keene,  present, and nponi which sig1"^ Mr.   Ma r shall  Sr-  and Mr  would not be erected 'for the Taylor.  Brings many nnes  At the close of the session  in Magistrates Court ip Gibsons  on Monday,, M a g is t r ate  Johi son explained that it was  unfortunate that this Court  could not change the By-Law  now in force in. Qibssons, but  was. bound to aet in accordance  with it in reLderiiicr, its decisions and assessing the levies-  He said that until the By-  Law was changed, he expected  that people who were in the  business of t r u e kin .g, for  instance, would be dikely to  receive traffic tickets, in the  very "nature** of their work,  'whenrit necessitated their delaying even a.few minutes for  shipments to load, if they  had found it necessary to stop  in an area where parking was  prohibited.  A very representative cross-  section of Gibsons V e h i c 1 e  Operators were, among those  arraigned before Magistrate  Johnston'. They included a  Truck operator, a farmer, a  Village Commissioner, a ,shop-.  per, a. theatre; ��� operator, and  others from' the neighborhood.  Mr. Parsons, Theatre Operator, p .1 e a d e d 'Guilty' to a  charge of parking- om Marine  Drive/ where, signs prohibited  piarking (By-Law, 95), and was  asi-essed. a fine of .$2.00 ai d  costs- or five days in jail- He  paid the fine-  E- Binglev, employee of the  Black ' Ball ^feie^pleaded  gruilt^.of a. charge of parking  in< an area prohibited, (By-Law  ��� ' 95,) and .was assessed $2.00  m-& coi^ts. Earl asked the Court  why he was unableNto pay the  levy at the time, rather than  having to lose ��: half day from  work. The Court informed him  \that the Municipality of Gibsons Landing, being policed  by the. R.C-MP-, and not a  Municipal Police Force, it had  no. administrative machinery  established to receive such payments, 'and that perforce they  had to be dealt with through  the medium of the Magistrate'^  Court. In that case, the assessing of costs of the cou:^t are  mandatory. ���  Harold Kennedy, charged  with parkin^ in an area where  sign*? pi'ohiibit such .parking,  pleaded that he had stopped ip  a loading zone to load a passenger, a guest, for whom he  had had to enter the store- He  considered that she, being a  lady, had been, persuaded to  leave the fifteen* cent tetore in  time that was a record for  ladies in such stores-  The Magistrate was not impressed. He stated that unless  he were a Taxi-driver and  licensed, he could not consider  the passenger as a load. He  suggested that out-of-town  pewons should possess themselves of copies of the By-Law  for their infornmtion. before  proceeding to park in Gibso; s-  Fine $2.00', costs $3.00.  WHUiam Lissiman, cfharged  with parkiiio- on M'arine Drive,  between/the Cooperative Store  and ln'h home, chose to plead  'Not Guilty', and asked that  the boundary of the road be  defined- He stated that,he had  parked there beleiving himself  to be off the hi_rhw;ay.  Clerk of the Village Commission, R. Burns, ber g called  upon to state whether a. line  running aloi g in front of the  ibsons  At the regular meeting of the Commissioners of the Village-  delegates1 F. Holland, and R. Malyea, from the Howe Sound  Farmer^' Institute were present to inquire as to the possibility  of the comnrissioni inaugurating some tiNif fie regulations/that  would permit their members having some parking facilities wheo  they come to the Village on business.  ���_____ ^��� They had found-some difficulty in this matter, in that;  there usually were many vehicles! standing on the streets,  to the extent that they found  considerable difficulty in: parking- while pju  errands.  They were advised that the  Commission has formed a committee to meet shqrtly to study  the matter with a, view to just  such regulations.  This eommiittee-.of the whole  Mrs. Crcwhurst  Heads Gibsons  Ladies Auxiliary  Electii g Mrs- D- Crowhurst  as president for the current  year, the Howe Sound Auxiliary to the Can*adian> Legion  Brar.-eh 109 elected the follow-  officers to complete the slate:  Mrs- J- Davite and Mrs. N.  Jones are vice presidents; Mrs-  Ei-Herrip, secretary; Mrs -S.  Re;id, treasurer; immediate  past president,  Mm L-  Inglis-  Elected to ^he commiLttees  are: investigating, Mrs- Robt-  Macnicol; press, Mrs. J- Ash-  worth; birthday box, Mr?- G-  Grey; entertaim>mei-t convenor,  Mrs- L. Sergant; social convenor, Mrs- J- Wardil; kitchen  convei or, Mrs- M.  Tuniner-    .  At the meeting 4ield in the  Legion Hall, Friday, February  20th, it,was decided to hold  a "Birthday" party on. Thursday, March 26th, inviting-." the  husbands of, menibers. of the  auxiliary as  guests-.  (continued on page 10)  (See Parking Fines)  Councillor's Wife  Dies At Sechelt  Mrs. Adele Louie Johnny,  wife of Louie Johnny, recently  elected to the Indian Council,  wavS .laid at rest after a very  moving ceremoi y at Sech'elt,  Wednesday, February 18th.  Mrs. Johnny died very suddenly in St. Mary's Hospital.  She is survived by her husband,  Louie, two'soi's, Albert and-  Victor, a daughter Louiire, in  Seattle, and a sister, Mrs. A.  Erickson of Roberts Creek, one  son, Stanley Louis, was killed  in action in the last war.  The service wais conducted  "by the Rev. Father Royea, and  six little girls were flower  girls. Iris Joe, Gladys . Joe,  Laurie Joe, Violet Jackson,,  Deanna Louie, and M a b e 1  Jackson.  Father O'Dwyer  \  Leaves For Whaifey  Last Wednesdav evemimg at  Selinla Park, parishioners and  friends of the area gathered at  Mrs. Nest mans to bid their  priest, Father O'Dwyer, farewell. He is beins: moved to  Whallev, B-C.  The CY-O- boys from the  surrounding areas all went to  voice their appreciation of his  work with them in Sports and  other activities during his stay  here.  ��� St. Vincent's Missions presented, him with a purse, in  their appreciation'.  Father O'Dwyer was well  liked and popular im the area  and will be greatlv missed bv  all members of the community-  Father Kenney, of the Holy  Rosai'y Parish, in Vai foil ver  will take over the office here-  Conrmissibn, is to meet Wedr  liesday evei dug on the Traffic  Problem, in consultation with  Corporal Morrison,, R.C.M.P-  A letter from the Board of  Tjrade'was read, discussing the?  matter of the Municipal Floats.  They are not considered entirely safe, and it was suggested that signs be erected to  advise of that condition, and  also, that tlte Dominion Gov-  er."\ment- be approached with-a  vieAv to obtainimg a float from  some other point whiich would  serve'the purpose here-  The Clerk reported that the  . fosir 'waik~flloats' are about  fifteen years old, very water-r  logged, -and grown, up with  musselIs : and^ other m a r i n e  growth-^Heaso suggested that  the clea.uin.'g of this growth  would do much to reduce the.  weight, and allow the floats,  to   rise  eonsid crabby-  The' approach   float- which'  had beein: repllaced four years  ago was already down on one  side, due in part to people, con*-  trary   to   posted   instructions,.,  dragging boats up and leavisigv  themi o::  ome   side* ,Th!is, has*  cansied   the! ffipats  to   become  water logged  greatly on that  side. );       ��*��_j  Previous! signs had been removed  by  person   or   person^  unauthorized-   The  Clerk  was^  instructed to have these signs-  replaced- Also, he was to. conn-  tact Mr.  Giers.ch  of the Federal    Department    of    Public-  Works, with  a view to ascer--  taiiiin^ whether any float eoxdd'-  be obtea'ned froan  them whichi  might  be  behig  moved   from,  or* unused in, any other area-  In this1 respect, in the- past,.  the co-operation  of both Mr.-  Giersch   and  the  Federal   Department   have   been   greatly  appreciated   by   the  Village-  Mr- James Hicks has  givea_  the  Village  rights   to   a   ten-  foot strip on his property forth e purpose of digging a ditch  from   the   Franklin   Road   to?  relieve floodii g there. A letter  of thanks is to be sent'to hina  ini this matter-  R. Cook, of the^B.C. Power  Commission' spoke regarding-  the need of co-operation be- .  tween, the Village and the  Commission, in, regard to planning of utilities services and;  development- This was to try-  to avoid future expei se of:  moving poles and other installations for roads or water lines-  projected for the  future.  The commission expressed  its willi: gness to co-operate in  these matters, and the Clerk  was instructed to p r o v i d e~  future Road construction plans-  and to consult with the Commission from  time  to time. The Coast News    Thursday February 26, 1953  LitalS TO Change    Try The Coast News Classified  Mhz  s  (Established 1945)  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.  Member B.C. Weekly Newspaper Advertising1 Bureau  SAMTJiX   NUTTER,   Publisher  DO WORTMAN,  Editor  Published every Thursday at Gibsons, B.C.  Authorized  as  second   class  mail,   Post   Office  Department.   Ottawa.  Rates of Subscription: 12 mos. ��2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  - oc per copy. United States and Foreign, $2.50 per year.  i Phone Gibsons 45W  Bos 6, Gibsons. British Columbia.  it  riving as  Hind-sight has been proven to be an immensely valuable  commodity t'o historians, anthropologist, geologists and others  since the beginning pf civilization.  "Driving with the eye fixed entirely on the rear-vision mirror,  however, is often a highly hazardous proceedings. The real purpose of jfche rear-vision mirror is to^ give the driver a convenient  method of taking backward glances,.to see what is catching up  to one, unless one is travelling in retrograde. .   ���-'���":   . -'���  Bridges f're crossed wbeai one has approa'ehed the stream,  rather than when one is still half a mile away on the highway.  In Gibsors,.it would seem, no one had-access.'to- a rear vision  mirror lately,;when"the fact that the notice published by the  Village Commission warned of the impending enforcement of  Traffic Regulation1?;. Ncr had they,'evidently, recourse to a forward view,^ either, or it would have been quite obvious that the  contretemps would arise. -  Bridge Crossing some distance from the Stream may prove  almost as embarrassing to many.  Gibsons is a Village still, and to*institute traffic regulatioi s  applicable to city problems may serve another purpose than that  intended by the good City Fathers. "Witness the motorist, who  driving up to his favorite store, is confronted with a no-parking  sign. He cruises around within the business district, and finds  himself unable to pause for the purpose of picking up the sack  of potatoes, carton of groceries or. other weighty items closer  than two blocks away. His comment to the effect that he had  ietter drive to another village up the linte rather than pay a fine  to load his purchases, could very well be appreciated.  Gibsons; has its traffic problem, but we submit that if its  .solution:iB'. such as^tbykeepf business out of it rather than- make  It pleasant and eonvenlenTio do business in'it;-there will soon  foe no^ problemat all except that of locating.a convenient burying  place for the whole busing  "Pay As You M  Announced In  I_L.own  as the Social Security  and  Educational Aid Tax.  Under    the    new    formula,  Direct grants to Education: of.  $28,260,000 would  replace  the  H--_l_��_*l   IT-dLI*   L&-_ $24,850,000    authorised    this  Iltl0��6l   HlSmlSjUS year  for direct grants to  the  ** &      ** School   Boards,   and   th,e  Of.-e  '��� jUnder. the Federal-Provinc-    Third of the Sales Tax distri-  laf-.TaX^greemeiiit^ an increase .._. buted  to. jV^unicipalities-  of    $2,245,000   is    anticipated  during this year, bringing the  toal to $42, 340,000.  Meals under $1.00 exempted  Croma. 3 % sales tax.  Passenger car license to be  reduced in 1954.  Tax of one percent on assesed  value   of   timber   lands   now  held frequently for speculation-  under  leases,   or   licenses   for  lumbering  or pulp purposes.  Ten percent Tax on the. Net  Profits j-rom Logging" operations and basic mining operations in excess of $25,000.  Aggregate expenditures estimated at $150, 852, 000. New  Government hopes to effect,  savings of $5,500,000 by econo.  mies of opiefa.tion.  Additional cost of Education  to. be bom- by the Government  of $4,400,000!  S.S. and M-A- Tax now to be  To make certain that no  municipality would receive less  than in- 1952, special aid to  municipalities amounting to  $1,030,000 was provided.  $26,293,000 for roads, bridges  and ferri|es. $405,000 for  mining roads, $6,550,000 for  provincial buildings, $3,000,000  for Grants towards Hospital  Construction- $1,200,000 for  O k a n a g a n Flood Control,  $2,650,000 for P.G.E. Railway,  $100,000,000- for v Road Maintenance, bridges, f e r r i e s,  wharves, etc-  Share of the Federal Cover nme it towards some of these  projects will be $6;470,000.  Special  Fund  $31,385,000.  The establishment "of a toll  highways and bridge authority  as a crown corporation was  anmoun-eed, to provide roads  and  bridges  that   have   a  dis  onvsnoon iiate  Mrs. J . I_- Gates, President  of the B.C- Liberal Association,  is    notifying,    all    Provincial  Riding     Liberal     Associations  that the dates for the Liberal  -Convention,   set  for  the   27th  and 28th of February, 1953, are  being deferred to comply with  a request just recived from the  B.C- Liberal Se: aton and Mem-  ers of Parliament. The request  received-i by    telegram    from  Ottawa,is as follows;  ���"Full Caucus of B.C- Senators  and    Member    of    Parliament  Tield today; All of us gravely  concerned   about   approaching  political crisis in our Province  caused   byt  irresporisiblity   of  Soclial Credit  Governme. -t, as  showni' by refusal-of cabinet to  meet delegations of responsible  Provincial    organizations    ai.-  sions. to   put    forward    their  considered    views    on    public  matters, by gagging, of members  and so denyii.o; people of constituencies c o n c e r n e d their  right  to  have  their  in'oblems  discussed on floor of house by  t he i r   m e m b e r s,   am d   by  Premier's, actions in obviously  keeking   an.   election   on   any  pretext before public has time  to realize the utter ineptitude  and complete lack of principles  of tine'"'Social' Credit  Government- We feel the Liberal Party  is   now   faced   with   a    great  chaRengiei to   produce  strong,  sane   leadership   and   a   truly  Liberal   platform   which   will  offer the people of our Prov-  ii ice stable, responsible government - as..'contrasted  with   the  flagrant opportunism  of   the  Social   Credit-party   on    the  one   hand   and   the    Marxian  Socialism; of the C-C-F. on the  other hand-       ; ;  In such circumstances we feel  it is imperative that all elected  Provincial aaid Federal members be  a^t, our  convtention;  Because  of Legislation now  before;Parliament all senators  and    members    cannot-   leave  Ottawa  to,attend on   present  dates and we are-informed that  Provii-.jcial    members    cannot  attend on open ingday for fear  of  snap-^vote  iii Legislature-  Therefore   we,-' senators    and ���'  members  unanimously  request  postponement    of    convention  until after close of legislative  session.  Cam thus ^.assure full  participation    by    all    elected  members ; in    drafting-   party  policy   and , election   of   new  leader.  Only with truly Liberal policies and leadership can the  people of British Columbia be  assured of responsible progressive government, neither reactionary nor. Socialist, working  to develop our great Province  in the common interest of all  the people/V  tiiict region a-1 benefit, and  where only the imposition of  tolls would justify their immediate construction or operation.  ...v���      "    '   ^  ******. B*u<*rm�� ��&*so*$  "'���' ' ���"  mil iTni ilin inni.ni��iiiin���� ��n nii_Miift_ Ant       ~  Miss Margaret Madntyre   Presents  InTh  esr  czrfnnuaL <^hxLna Conczxt  Friday, March 6tli  At Roberts Greek Community Hall  .*  8:15 p.m.  Admission 50 cents  For Your  see your smperssi CM ag*?..*,  Reg. Godfrey, Phone Grantham 56  old m WHISKY  Tins advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia  ELECTRICITY  With Economy  ./  MORRISON PLANT  ty<Ut CAH <UfU��d OK itf  Why bother with outmoded  gas-mantle lamps.. .or costly-  to-operate gasoline lighting  sets v . when you can own ��  Morrison! Completely automatic, the Morrison Electric  Generating Plant is ideal for  ireas not served by elecirfo'  current. It operates standard  110 Volt, A; C. appliances,  switches itself on or off for  refrigerator or deep freeze  temperature control and supplies your lighting requirements.  The self-regulating Morrison, with the direct - coupled Petter Diesel  Engine, is lower in first cost and saves up to two-thirds on operating  costs compared with a gasoline plant . . .English made, it embodies  the finest materials and Workmanship; gives years of trouble-free,  service. Available from stock, with either "remote-control" switch-  starting or 'push button" on plant, it is supplied complete with fuel  tank and starting batteries. Farm Price {push-button model) 60W  watts $1850, 3000 watts $1410. : ��� V    ���  FREIGHT . . . .to", sparest   B.C.   rail   or  steamship point.  INSTALLATION ... to prepared concrete ,  base  with  noidingv down l>olt_: .  .  .'  Rome lighting- installed at $5.00 pes   :  outlet WHI-S.   ON  .HE  JOB _. . V   ���  Budget Terms  "by arrangement  Write today for Illustrated  Literature and full Price  Information.  North  Vancouver,  frl_.ceaeox.ire  and Edmonton  I". J. Bartholomew:    President. jr*  seal Muden  o m uiiesc 01  Winners of the- Essay Contest  sponsored by Touy Gargrave,  Member of the Legislature for  the MaeK,enzie Riding, have  been declared. The topic was  ''My Responsibility in Parliamentary Democracy."  First place was won by Vera  Majhton, a' Grade twelve student . from Port Mellon- In  Second place was Sally Ann  Reid, Grade , eleven student  from P 0 r p oise Bay. Third  honors went to* Art Thompson,  a Grade eleven student from  Gibsons.  Vera'Ma nt on, the winner, will  be the guest of the essay sponsor, Mr. Gargrave, in .Victoria,  on February 24th. -' Tony' - advised the Coast News that he  would arrange meetingis. for  her 'with, the different Party  Leaders amd that she might'  view -the proceeding's in the  House.  AduSt Night  At High School  Agajn as last year during  Education Week, the adults of  the dfi itrict aire invited.- to  spend an evening at the Elphinstone J u n.i o r -S e n i o r High  School. Anyone who wishes to  come to the school is .welcome,  but the invitation is "aimed  particularly at the parents of  etudenhv who will be attending  the school during the coming,  year.  These parents can .meet in  what will be the student's'  home classroom next year with  th e tea cher who will en roll the  class-- The whole/ .problem of  choice of ../-chool programme,  ��� whieliv,hasf,:: ^e^^e^fj^^^ycom.^.  plicated :;^iirin^'the'.pWt few  years, can ibe discussed here.  It is the hope-of the, teaching  staff that as>ii_a'iny-parents and-  inte*e��ted adults -who- ea;>i 'do  so will attend -; Open- House  Night, Tuejsday, .Mairch 3rd,  at 8 o'clock, to- acquaint themselves with the modern school  curriculum.;     ^    :    % -'.'-^  Following' the me e tjng's  there will be, a sample general  assembly in the: gymnasium-  _������ ��� -' "���������'-*������������������������������..     . ,    i i ��� .    .    ���> ��� .  '    '':"���'.-." '. '���/>.  Spirf% Caster  ESTHER WILLI AM S doesn't  swim all of the time.' Sometimes  she fishes���like now, when she?  is playing hookey from the  M-G-M Studio where her next  Technicolor picture, "One Piece  Bathing Suit" i�� in production.  Indian Village At  Sechelt Moderniz  The program of remodelling  and mod e r n i z a t i o n of the  L dian Vilage at Sechelt has  made great strides under' the  inspiration and guidance of the!  new Chief, Charlie Craigan  and his Councellors.  According to Clarence Joe;  there are only five of the old  houses. left, the others of the  origifciaj village, having bieeu}  torn down and replaced with  pleasant modern cottages.  These are expected to be replaced this., year.  The Chief and his advisors  wjere- instrumental in having  a health inspector check all the  old houses, and condemn them,  from the point of view of  family and community health  standards. Simce that time, the  replacement  has.  been   going  Thursday February 26, 1953      The Coast News  forward 'steadily*  New roads axe being graded  and gravelled throughout the  Village, arrangements have  been made for the replacement  of all the old fruit trees with  new young stock, areas that  through the years have'' grown  up to brush and. brambles are  are being cleaned out and  replanted.  The Village, if present plans  can be completed, should be a  beauty spot for the Peninsula  this summer.  For Results  Use The Coast  News Classified  .1"l*>����^Zsi;'"?&Z? ��� ���'/'*"  8REAT NEW FEATURE BENEFITS A|_k OUR CUSTOMERS  CHEVRON-MATIC is the greatest improvement  in service station v charge account hancjlingH since  STANDARD introduced the credit card system to  B.C. over 17 years ago. It means.added protection  for our credit customers and extra speed for ALL  customers   at   our   busy  stations.  i  WHAT IT IS: Chevron-matic is a light-weight printing  strip with name of customer and account number  attached to the protective cover of Chevron Credit  Cards. It makes record-keeping almost' automatic,  guarantees accuracy and . helps us give you the  best   in   service   FAST.  THIS IS HOW IT WORKS  1. With the hew Chevron-matic printing strip, our credit cards still fit easily  into, wallet or .purse. New cards, which  have been mailed to our customers,  are honored coast-to-coast through  Canada and the United States.  2. A specially designed imprinting  "machine prints your account number  and name, and' the dealer's name and  location, on the charge slip automatically.  No chance for errors . . . gives you all  the advantages of credit buying with  new convenience and speed.  3. NO -'WAITING FIDGETS" with  Chevron-matic. When you're next in  line you know there'll be no delays  in closing the purchase. The same  service will speed you on your way  faster when you reach the pump-block. 4  The .Coast News   Thursday February 26,. 1953  February 27 ��� Gibsons High  .School Auditorium. The Headlands  chapter VON presents the Peninsula Choraliers ��� an evening you  wM really enjoy.  I^tebruary    28  ���  Howe    Sound  Farmers  Institute  holding   a   soil  .analysis meet by Mr. Nelson or Mr.  _eughes at Mr. Allan Nevins, Pratt  J_6_ui at 11 ajn.  March 2 ��� Howe Sound Farmers  '___��titute lioldingr pirai-Lrig demon.  ���s��ratic__ by Mr., G_3. *W, Clarke of  i-ibotsfoird __xperime_-tal Station  aft Mr. William Sutherlands on the  Sechelt Road at'l pan.  March. 2 ��� Gibsons Parish Hall,  & pjxu, Farmers institute General  -meeting, Mir. Clarke Guest Speaker.  March 2 ������ at 2 p.m, at the home  ��f Mrs. E. gergant, meeting of the  local���;��� a__k>c_at_o-_ v of ���iGibsons;. Girl  Guides and Brownies.  March 4 .��� Roberts Creek Com-  sntfnity Hall at 8 pj_i., annual  ���azteeting of the Roberts Creek Com.  _Bii_nity HaU Board. All welcome.  March 6 ��� Roberts Creek Com-  ra_e__iby Hall. The annual concert  &y the Roberts Creek String Or-  yefcesfcra at 8:15 p.m.  WE DO APPRECIATE  YOUR   GOODWILL  March 6 ��� Gibsons in United  Church Hall at 10 ajn. Kinsmens  wives rummage sale, bargains for  all.  March 8 ��� Howe Sound Farmers  Institute. Junior Garden Club in  Institute Hall at 2 p.m.  OLD CHIEF TOTEM SAYS ���  before you buy anything for your  Wigwam, shop around locally--  give these boys a chance to show  you they can meet competition  from the big" city, plus local service.  March 10 ��� Granthams at the  home of Mrs. Wheeler, W.I. whist  drive at 2 pjn.  March 14 ��� Gibsons School Hall,  Gibsons Volunteer Firemens' 7th  Annual Ball. Benny Stone's Orchestra plus a surprise, en exotic en_  tertainer, ��� plus our Firemens  reputation for top entertainers and  hosts. It all adds up to a mighty,  fine fun for all.*  March 17 ��� Granthams 2 pan.,  regular meeting of the W.I. at the  home of Mrs. Harding.  ' April 4 ��� Gibsons Board of  Trade Big Easter IDance at the  School Hall���keep this date open.  THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ��� black,  smiths shop, g-ood location, splendid  lease, a grift at $335.  TOTEM   REALTY  Phone Gibsons 44  The Coast News  CLA/ilPltl  4  "-_  sm& SALE  FOR SAI_i_>  :_3cBfc Lumber, 500 feet half inch  -Clear Cedar,. $15 per 100 feet:; Dr.  JP A. White, Rdberts Creek. 9  -LAMP MODEROTZATION: convert  >��ba&    TtUight    in]fco    a    beautiful  "_ft_rciiiere. __a_np Shades  renewed.  ~1__e Ridgeview Lamplighter, 2474  Marine Drive, West Vancouver.    9  -_�� ������      __������.��� i.i in    i      in   in   ���    ���     ���    ��� -^_mwwiin_i||ii    ���     ���    ii     t     ������!*��  Cfoate' Milk 30 cents quart, 16  -cents': pint, delivered in Gibsons,  c��i_a_t_iams, Hopkins. Two and  jXhfee- ypar ^Eigllsh'Walnut Trees, <'  $1.00 arud $1.50. Apply G. Charman,  _3co_ 22, Gibsons 8  _5ay area, almost new, 2 bedroom  Jxwie, Stucco, well finished through-  ������. Lovely garden, grand view.  __��t fenced and cleared. Level. No  frills. Real bargain. Totem Realty,  {x-bsons, B.C.  __.    !������   !������>- I .   I I   ��� ���������������.������������I       II I I ..      I I 1.1     ���    I Mill I   II I     ���    ii ��������� ii ������      *m  Alder wood,  $10.50  per  cord;   Fir  wood $11.50  per  cord, delivered.  E. McCartney.  R.R.  1., Gibsons,  Phone 67 H tfn  <3ood Wood and Sawdust, old growth  S?ir and Millwood, dry Fir Sawdust.  JPhone Gibsons 84W ���. or see Joe  Bushton,   Roberts  Creek. tfn  Comfortable Suburban Home in  line setting of one and 1/3 acres,  valued at $13,000, will consider as  clown _ payment small, house on  waterfront, with light, water^ and  garden space., Contact owner at  3430 Sperling Ave, North Buroaby,  Vancouver, B.C.. 7  Choice   Building   Lot   in   Sechelt  Cfet-tfre,  cleared  excavated.  Stale,  iumber. Box. 10, Coast News        11  Bed Spring, 4' 6", $5.00. Hand  ^Cultivator tofth att-ucshments, $5.00.  Cole_na__ Oil Heater, as new, $50.00.  Mtoffat "Magic Chef", $19.00. Assort-  ,^a -lengths of stove pipes, 7��'  diameter. W. Jackson, Grsmthazns  X.and_ng, Phone 81J.  Male Blue Budgie for sale. Young  Bird. Mrs. DJE Arnold, Reid Road,  (east of. creek)   Gibsons.  Washington Raspberry Canes, 3  cents each, British Sovereign Sraw;-  befry plants, 2 cents each. Apply  E.H. MacDannald, RJR.l.  Gibsons.  9  FOR  KENT  Furnished Cabins by day week or  month. Rit'ssMotel, .Bay Area,  Gibsons. ^ ' tfn  Vacancies for winter months. Fully  modern cabins with electric cooking  and heafc Low rates. Phone ���  Ridgeway Motel', Sechelt Highway.  Phone 8L. tfn  LOST  A Black iJabradDr thorough-bired  dog l^yea^ old, named ..Tammy",  about two weeks ago. Mrs. L.  Farrar-Jgcott,   Phone   Sechelt  57M.  WfL��J  ��� ��� . .. By ARIES  First.Prize in the Vialentine  Party and Dance- held by  Sechelt PTA in ��� the Legion  Hall went to number 143, anyone having this1 ticket please  contact Mr. Ralph McGregor  or Mr. Ben Lamg. Other prize  winners were: Mr. Pete Jackson, Mr. Douglass Oike, and  Mr. W. Smith.     "  It wajfe.' a wonderful gathering and everyone had a good  time- It was1 convened by Ben  Lang and Ralph McGregor. I  Decorations were under the *  supervision of Mips Phyllis  Apps.  This  Women/'s  World  Day  of Prayer on  FeRraary- 20th  was well represented this year.  Held in  St. Hilda's Anglican  church  ,uaider  the leadership  of Mrs- CO. Lucken, the following churched took, part in the  observance. Anglicar,   Mrs. C.  ,.,Critchell, Mrs- L*F- Scott,/Mrs  Betty Williams, aind.Mrsv Alec  McCrae.  United chtircfci, Mi's. A-  Chiitern and Mrs. R. Morrison-  Bethel Mjfcsion, Mrs- W. Mc-  Kissock, Mm W. Mutter, and  Mrs. Dorothy ��mitlu�� Pentecostal Church, Mrs- .A_ Temple.  Mrs. Dorothy Birch of Vancouver read the lesson and gave  the sermon for the*day. This  is the second time she has  come to Sechelt for the Day  of Prayer. Mrs- Birch is the  wife of; fhe Minister of the  Fiiret Epliscopa&iani chxrrch in  Vancouver aid a wonderful  speaker.  During  ; the    fcerviee    Mrs-  Dimcam McttoH was the Soloist  and the Organist for the meeting was Mrs. Florence Turner.  Tea was served in the parish  Hall with the Guild President  Mrs-    L.F.    Scott    presiding.  Ma#iy friends and new comers  ^ere made Most welcome. The/  meeting left:ra feelir g of good  fellowship amongst the women.  of the various denominations.  Mrs. Peter  Wattfe: of Clow-  hom Falls with Carolir-e and  Shirley, have returned after a  short stay in Victoria-  Mrs. Mabel MacFarlane has  left for Seattle- where jhe will  be the  guest of  her^son and  daughterrin-law, Mr. and Mrs.  A- Joinefr   ������������;'-'  Mrs. Walter Uttley is spend-'  in-g a few days in Vancp-uv��r.  The    West *5*End    Goininunity ������.  club met at the  home, of Mr- ;  and Mrs- E.E- Redman where  twenty guests played Canasta.  Visiting her parepts. Mr- and  Ivli*s- Jack Wood is Mrs- Genevieve Page and two children.  Mrs- Page is the former Darkie  Woods, twin sister of Mrsi- Neil  Hanjbieuf  Sorry   to^ hear. Mr.   Harry  Billijngsley   has   been   on   the -  sick' list- Hope he will be  on  the mend soojai.  Donations Accepted   Recipts Issued  At the Coast News Office  _ ft E CIORY  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phono  For Reference y  HELP WANTED  Private room and board and  srna_l remuneration for elderly lady  used to children, in exchange for  light home services. Mrs. D. De_  Marco, Granthams Landing (Gibson in day time) 9  Itongh and Planed Lnmber  Phone  Half moon  Bay  7Z  K0LTEEMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  WANTED TO BUY  -Need full-slfce VlDlir_, with good  tone, for student. Must be reasonable. Mrs. R Ritchey; Gibsons 107WL  -..   9  WORK WANTED  Spray and Brush ��� Painting; also  paper hanging. _V Melhus. Phone  Gibsons 33. tfn  H    I       I �����   ii    Hi ill       I  I      Ml������--���     I     ��� ���-_��_����-W_M-_-*_<M-P--WWM^W-��  Dave Gregerson ��� Licenced Electrician. 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  Posters  Letterheads  Business Cards  A nnouncementsi  Bills and Invoices  Let  The Coast News  handle your  printing requirements.  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  /FJENINS-UI-A  ACCOUNTING   .SERVICE  All Types of Accounting Problems  Expertly Attended   .  INCOME TAX A SPECIALTY  Dockside   Service  to   Fishermen.  G.O,   FAHRNT  Gambier Harbour.  APPLIANCES  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS  Agents for  RCA Victor Records  Columbia Records  Frigidaire Ranges and  Refrigerators  Beatty Pomps and  Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ��� Phone Gibsons 32  ^ -__ ^ v  . ! ��� ��� .  ��� ���  BLASTING  f   BLASTING  ROCK, HARD-PAN, STUMPS, etc.  Also  Road  Work  Fully Licensed and Insured in B.C.  JACK CAMPBELL      ,  5308 Prince Edward St. Vancouver,  B.C., Phone. FRaser 3831   .  BULLDOZING  TRACTOR   WORK  Clearing .- Grading^-  Excavating,  D-4 & D-6   Bulldozing     :  Clearing   Teeth  ';'���*���     A.E. RTTCHEYr  Phone   GIBSONS   86  WATCH REPAIRS  GUARANTEED  WATCH    REPAIRS  Fast  Efficient  Service  REASONABLE   PRICES  Apply  RICHTER'S; RADIO  . Sechelt,; B.C.;  GLEANERS  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula. !;  -1  ��� Phones ���  GloMns 100 ��� Sechelt 45 J  ELECTRICAL WORK  Home and Industrial Wiling.  Electrical Heating  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone 45  Appliances ���  Fixtures  ���  Radios  Member   Electrical   Heating   Ass'm.  "PRATT and LAMBERT PAINTS"  FLORIST ���';���'-,  Flowers for  all occasions.  We are agents for large  Vancouver florists.  . Fast-service for weddings  and funerals.  J&CKMAYNE  Phone Sechelt 24 or write  P.O. Box 28.  For the Finest  FUNERAL   FLOWERS  call    :  W. Gnthain,  Gibsons, 60*  FOOD PLAN  NATIONAL   FOOD   PLAN   LTD.  For  Informatioa,   Contact  ROSS   HORTON  13S7 Howe St. Vancouver 1  Phohe TAtlow 2541  or Phone Gibsons 78M  GIFT STORE  Headquarters  for  Wool,  Notions ��� Cards ��� Toys  Miscellaneous  Gifts  .  GIBSONS 5-10-15 STORE  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  Gibsons Kindergarten  ��� ��� ..      ...       i    ,"        ^  Reopened January 5th 1953. Program suited to children starting  school next September as well as  younger children.  Phone Gibsons 64S4  HARDWARE  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 ��� Gibsons B. C.  Builders' Hardware  Paint .-r- Plumbing  ��� Appliances ��� ^  Complete Installation  Maintenance Service .  DELIVERIES  TO ALL POINTS  MACHINISTS  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  . WeWtagj^nywhere;^- Anytime.....���  Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  Phone 54 --Res: 58y  OIL BURNERS  ���'-��� ��� i   i    i    ���    ��� - i ~   -        it '    ii. i i���  C & S OIL BURNERS  SALES and  SERVICE  W.  Swain , D. Currie  Ranges,   Furnaces,   Chimneys  ���    Cleaned  used ranges for sale  AUTHORIZED KEMAC DEALERS  ...������. Sechelt 74 ��� \  ii'i     ii lit���.__.i.-i_^ ������-��������� -.-._���^.. ������ -i���...-���������...I.,   .in   ������������   ���*-.-.-    .      ���.     _������_>-  PLUMBING  MARSHALL'S    PLUMBING,  HEATING   and  SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 64S, - 104, - or 33   y  . ���  ��� ���    "     -       ���..    ���  RADIO  RICHTER  RADIOS ,  Sechelt, B.C. ^    .  Phone Sechelt 25 J  RADIO - APPLIANCE SERVICE  Speedy   Guaranteed   Work  New and Used Radios  ROOFS REPAIRED  GIBSONS ROOFING  and  y CHIBINEY CLEANING  Asphalt Roofing and Repairs  Phone Gibsons 44  SECHELT CARTAGE  M.- HEMSTREET.^;;-;  Sawdust ��� Wood r* Coal .  We haul anytliing, anywhere,  "'���': anytime "f:  Phone Sechelt SfH       Sechelt, RC.  SECOND HAND STOI.E  Hardware *-China  .-p.- Tools ���: Furniture  Household Equipment  Magazine ��� Books .     *  WE BUY���- TRADE ��� SELL  PENINSULA SECOND  HAND STORE  Phone Gibsons 99  USE THE COAST NEWS  FOR QUICK  ^.^-^r^ij^j; ^Tn;--*-^ .^^ ����������^_~�������~������reasm�����.j__��m~_���j_����.  BiS  r  f_S& _��_, S<flb_#_.0*& - ���u.affk_lB_fo9*  flfll __9 IB��f BRiKi RWf flL-f H B KJt Iff  II  IIUUU-: ilpiiS!;  The regular meeting was  t held at the home of .Mrs. Reece  :, on February 17th. The Fresi-"  dent Mrs. N. Haley opened, the  meeting with twenty members  present and three hew members  being welcomled.  The secretary, Mrs. Brown,  read letters of thaT_ks from the  Solarium for the donation to  the,Shower of Dimes^ A donation was voted for the Flood  Relief Fund.  Mrs. Hodgson gave a very  interesting talk ojn citizenship,  and plans were, completed for  (the Birthday Party. Reports  were receved from the Fall  Fair Committee'on their activities.  The  inext  regular   meeting  will be  held at the  home of  Mrs. Harding, ��� G r a n_ t h a m s  Landing, March 17th'at 2 p.m.  Church Servte  ANGLICAN CHURCH  March" 1/1953-������  2nd Sunday in Leint  St. Bartholomew's  Church  Gibsons  11.00 a.m. Choral   Communion.  , 11.00 a.m.  Sunday School  St. Hilda's Church ��� Sechelt  1.45 p.m. Evensong  1.45 p.m. Sunday School  St. Aidan's Church  Roberts Creek  2.00 p.m. Sunday School  3.15 p.m. Evensong  9  11  ���*% 2,  UNITED CHURCH  Gibsons:  .45 ai.m. Sunday  School  .00 ajxii-Public*Worships  , Roberts dreielcr' v ,  00 p.mv Pufelic Worship  Selma Park: .  .30 p.m. Public, Worship  Port Mellon:  7.30 Friday* Evenings   ^  PENTECOSTAL  TABELNACLE  Sunday Services:  9.45 a.m. Sunday School**-  11:00 a.m. Devotional  7:30:p.mv: Evangelis-tic  Prayer and Bible Study  :... .��� . Wednesday:'':& p.rn.  You.ig People's,    Friday, 7:30  Wilson  Creek  2  p.m.  Sundav   School-  Evangelistic   Service  Sunday 7:30 pan.  Tuesday 7:30 p.in.  Young  People's.  Friday,  7:30  p.m*  Roberts Creek  Service . Monday,  7 ;30   p.m.  All "Welcome!  An invitation is extended to  all who have no other church  home.  St. VINCENT'S MISSIONS  March 1,1953  St. Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 11 a.m*  Holy Family.v-r- Sechelt  9 a.m.  March 8, 1953  St. Mary;^- Gibsons��� 9 a.m.  Holy Family -��� Sechelt  11 a.irL  Port Mellon  Briefs  By Mrs. Swan  The First Firenlen's Ball will  be held Saturday, February  28th in the Cafeteria. As space  is limited, it would be a good  idea to <*et your tickets early.  This, would also be a big help  to the committee in aranging  seating, accomodation^  Donations for the Klondike  Night are coming in and the  Women's Service Club report  some good prizes will.be given.  There arep't many beards  around, but competition will  be keen. Prizes will be given  for costumes too. We hope  everybody will get into the  spirit of the thing and come  dressed up- March 21st is the  date, Community hall is the  pLace.  The PTA Crib Tournament  has been set for March 11th.  The ladies, of the PTA have  had jlittlei. encouragejmenft to' '"  carry on, so we hope everybody will malce an effort to  attend- There will be whist for  those who' don't play crib.  . Gaspt- G. Gates of North Vancouver has donated a book to  the Library. Tlie title of the '  book is "Coalstal Waters" and  was written by Capt Gates.  Wei understand that there was  just a. few volumes published,  and we were very fortui.ate to  receive  one.  rZobert Boa had a birthday  party last week, arid4 invited  ten of his pals. Games were  played, and Robert's mother  served a nice lunch and birthday cake.  The sunshine: 'finally enticed  the boys out of doors, and the  party wound' up with a wild  game of Cowboys and Indians.  Mrs. Bud Strayhorii and Mrs.  G. Peterson were recent hostesses at a Tupper Tea.  j  _v|[rs. W. Davis, Sharon, arid >  Pejdny _3Lree spejkt...Jthe... week- ...'.  end with the Greggains.  Halfmoon  Beams  By P. Cormaek  The March meeting of ,the  Local PTA wiil be held, at the  achoo-h ouse on \ Wednesday,  March 11th at 3 p-m.      ,  Lo'gco .: property is b eing  offered for sale. T^*?1 o.wnier,  Earl . La-u^hMn, is moyirg to  Knight Met in the niear future  to carry on logging operation;.  New property, owners, T.  Shaw of New Westminster a.md  R. Greenall of Vancouver took  actvajntagre of the.mild weather  last week end to visit their  .summer cotta-ges at. Welcome  Beach and R^droofe, respectively.   .  Mrs. Clarerce Nygard and  children are visiting in Vancouver, while Clarence in on  ThornaDy Islaricl. -.:.-,  Frank   DLpuhia   is  working  with the logging truck on Tex-  ada Island, while Mrs. Dipuma >  and childrep'hold, the fort at  home im Halfmoon Bay.  The flu bug: is stall at work  abound here, the latest victim  being Mrs. E. Klusendorf. She  is back on her feet again, we  are glad, to say.      ���    ,.  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simpson-  ard bo* f Barry, of Burnaby,  were property, hunting here  last week end, guests of Mr.  and Mrs. R. Cormaek.  Thursday February 26, 1953 The Coast "News  8 as  xanmz  acZvjzri cviikzz all lizt  fiisna&io know ��n& wllL l^avs.  ,  IBtiMiay, yy\axak 13, 1953.  Whether or not they were  inspired by the Brunswick  Tournamefnt is open to debate,  but the Leagues all produced  tome, fairly healthy scores last  week- Seagulls in the Ball and  Chain rolled a 1085 to set a  new high game record for the  alley-; Shirley MeNutt topped  the gals' with a terrific 759 for  three which included a 314  single. Don Caldwell rolled an  829 for high three with a 309  single, for the Ball and Chain.  Nevi Baldassi took high single  ard high three honors in the  Sechelt Sports Club with 745  ���305- All nice bowling-  GIBSONS MIXED  B.e'.eii Clarke 666, Mary  Solnik 257, Mervyn Fladager  668���291- Dawson's Taxi 2701.  Whizzbangs 15 points.  SECHELT  LADIES  Shirley' MeNutt 759���314,  Greenhorns 2420- Guttersnipes  I71/2 Die Hards 17, Lucky  Strikeb 16y2-  PENINSULA  COMMERCIAL  Marian Hopkins 510���212,  Jackie Nestmarii 258. M and W  21 points, Union Store 19,  Union Steamships 17.  SECHELT SPORTS CLTJB  Doreen Currie 584, Jajn. Dal-  zell 224, Don Caldwell 829���  309- Missing Lii its. 2714. Missing Links! 20 SloBlos 16-  HALPPINS  Caroline Gilbertsom 279���  148. Geoff Whitaker 384���1S4-  PinMissers. 1098-  Gower Point Road  Resident Passes  Mr- John.Bond, of the Gower  Pornt Road, passed away peacefully.  o__  MjOndaV:,.,Feibruary  23rd;; Hiis wif e ,had Joejm ^P^ah:^,  ffg to him in t_ie,momin!g, auid-  all seemed weR. A little later  when she returned from early  household chores, however, he  had gone.        ,.,������'��'  .   Mr..' Bojnd had niot been well  for some time,-;aV,d had been  in hospital frequently of recent  years-' A  funeral  service 'was  held im' the  Gibson. Memoriajl  Church vOn Tuesday^ Interment:  will take place im Vancouver.  ���. ��� '���        ���.-���-������������'���.''/'   '������  ENJOY   TOMORROW'S   VACATION  By PLANNING FOR ST TODAY!  For most of us- it's a bit late to talk about saving for this  year's holidays. But it's never too soon to plan for those you're  just been hoping for next year.  Miany Bank of Montreal customers have found that the easy  way to save for first-rate yearly vacations is by starting early-:  Before they get the sand out of their shoes this year, they'll b&  saving for next siummer's holiday jaunt i They keep a special  Savings Account for the purpose���their "Swishine Account-"  Good sense? Of course'it is- Most of us have endured"*  "pinch-penny" holiday or two. Every day we'v?e wondered how  much we could afford to do and still have jnst enough mo��_ey  left for the trip home. And we've pronused ourselves "never  again!"  The way to keep that promise is a program of year-romid  saving, putting aside enough for a day or two's holiday every  jnonth. A_id the best way to carry out a program of regaJ&iv  saving is through Personal Planning, th�� Bank of Montreal's  system of money management for the family or individual. Personal Planning has shown many Canadians how to save despite  todays high cost of living, and it can help you, too. Any member  of the staff at the Gibsons or Sechelt B of M will he pleased to  give you literature on Personal Planning and help you .open your  "Sunshine Account." Why not drop in next time you are passing? advt.  Garden Supplies  Seed Potatoes:   Early Rose/ Early Warbsi  Agricultural Lime,  Fertilizers  Garden Tools  Howe Sound Trading Co. Ltd.  Phone Gibsons 39���  I  4000 Yards  Black Top Soil  Deliver Anywhere  SECHELT   BUILDING  SUPPLIES  To Movie-Goers Jit  Gibsons, and Sechelt  Abbott and Costello in  "MEET CAPTAIN  KIDD"  Has Beeii Withdrawn By Film Co.  In Its Place We Present ;;  At Sechelt  *   Thursday and Friday, February 26, and 27,  Frankie Lane and Terry Moore In  "SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET"  In Technicolor  Also Jungle Jim in "Captive Gi^r'  At Gibsons  Saturday and Monday February 28, and March 2,  Errol Flynn and Dean Stockwell in  "KIM"  Filmed in Bidia in Technicolor  BELIEVE  IT OR NOT!  " *"  %  ^_^__^__^__^__^__H_^__^__^__^__^__H__I_^__^_^__^__I_^__^__^__^_^__^__H_I_^__^__^_H__^__^__B^__HH-^  ���We, the  Merchants  & Tradesmen  of Gibsons  Do  Appreciate Your  Business.  We are taking immediate steps to obtain correction of  existing parking Difficulties.  #We would point out that Unlimited Daytimt Parking is noW  available along Marine Drive and the lower side of Gower Road  Except  For  One B^ Whole  Street   From  Gibsons  Building %pplk^  W�� ask only that you bear with us, and appreciate our difficultdes.  until the best solution can be found.  SPONSORED BY THE GIBSONS BOARD OF T&A&E  11 u -rwnrr-rr' nwinw n win- 6  The Coast News   Thursday February.26, 1953  rjpt-f jpt _,       tt*_ _.        __, gi_B8__a_a-j_mmtfw^_--_--  I he Sports Beat Council Briefs    i   kolter  g__3SS  By students of Elphinstone Junior-Senior High School  Editor in Chief: Celia Flumerfelt       News Editor: Donna Bingley  Social News Editor: Vera Bursey.     Sports Editor:  B.J. "Woods  School Briefs      fa J See It  The school badminton club  hopes to take part i��_ the annual  Badmii ton tournament held at  the Lawn. Tennis Club m Vancouver on April 8, 9, and 10.  If enough money ea,n be raised  at the sale on Wednesday, a  team will be- sent. Come out  and buy Wednesday noon, and  support your badmi.ton club.  E. 1 p h i n. s t on e dfrcovers  another celebrity, Ebba.. Cli e  15 of Gibsons has been auditioned and accepted ' into the  "Elgar" all girls choir. This  js a very well 'known choir in  Canada. *  If Ebba finds -it possible she  has a chance of a three months  tour over tlie United Kingdom  and Canada in, 1954. "Good  luck from Elphinstone Ebba!"  Well, to the Port, Mellon kids,  /something nearly as good as  the road going through has  happened. We are going bac,k  and forth to school every day  by speed boat.  Stsflrtim-jr on March 2nd, Mr.  Hunter's   "SeawoU'"  wiiil  be  extending its ran from Andy's.  Bay to Port Mellow and back  to Gibsors.  Next September we hope to  be able to ride down, on the bus-  The  Wool   Club   under  the  supervision     of    Mrs..   .Molly  M'C'Cance with  seven: members  js working on a variety of projects. Bead' i ecklaces, knitting  and crotcheting  aje foremost-  A sample of their work is to  be displayed on Parent's Night.  Fourteen'year old "Manrtfrilpi  Smith; is fack .after  spending  jseven months at Kelmvna High  School in the Okanagan.  Margarite   has   Joined    the  Drama club and would like to  by Eric Liridwall  Well, well, well, at last traffic  laws have  come to  our nobie  little community' I realized this  the   other   day    after    going  through   a  harrowing   experi-  e. ee trying to park the car.  I glided along the makr street,  . pulled up in front of the nice  white, railing and was confronted with a 'no parking" sign.  A slight frown of ani.oyance  passed   over  my: face   and   I  looked   around  guiltily to  see  whether   I   had   been,  caught.  Then, slipping along a bit  further,  I  tun ed iiii,   and  off  the street, nearly colliding with  smug little "parallel" parking"  only sign. In siheer desperation  I backed the car out aid ran  up to the curb���smack into a  "loading zone."(  By this time I was sweating  profusely  and  had   a  feeling  that the local gendarme's, were  w.atching my desperate efforts  to  f i: d  a .parking ��� place  with  amusiement and were just waiting for me to make a "TJ-turn "  or   something   so   they   could  really   have  1 ots  to . write   om-  their little tickets.,  -;    At last after cruising around  ���for about five miiiutes, a place  to ptfrk' came into view and in';  a  moment^ I Jiatl- slipped into  place,   1 o clre d  the  car,   acid  walked off dowii the street. T  had escaped! There would be  no   barred   wli dows,   no   big  fines  for me���-today,  anyway.--  take tip n u r s i n g  when  she  finishes school-  Belated  Birthday  Greetings  to our school. Elphinstone was-  one year old on the 11th of this  moiith!  'So close, and yet so far  away' was the case of the  JElpliiistone Cougars vs Duke  of Con-naught game 'played at  Elphinstone Gym, last Friday  night.  The Dukes held a 5���4 lead  at the end of the first quarter-  The locals: outscored the visitors 8���7 in the secoi.d frame  to make the score 12 all at the  half.  In   the   tjiird    quarter    the  Cougars surged ahead scoring^  13  points  to   the. Duke's  ten-  In the final quarter, Elphii.-  stone   was   out-scored   10���6,  giving   Dukes   the   game   by  32���31.   It   was   a   very   well  played  game,   by  both  teams-  Bob Nygren sunk what would  have been* the wii.ning basket  with, about 10 seconds remain'-,  ing in the game, but there was  a  whistle  ju��.t  before  he   got  his   shot .away.   Nygren   was  again top scorer with 12 points..  This    brought    Bob's   -season  tota^j  to  102" points  in  eight  games.  Last year,   he fell off  the century mark two  points  in ten games.  Tlie   Cougarfe;  played   th'eSr  best'passing   game  this  year,  but they weren't sinking the  long shots as they did again;:t  Woodfibre the previous Friday-  The  column.,  on  that   game  didn't   get ,m  the  paper  last  week.  It  seem-s  whenever- we  win   a big  game,  the column  goes  a^ma^siing.   jFor airy one  who   didn't   hear   about   the  game, ���',. Elphinstone    took    all  .games*   In.   the 'Junior  it  was  30���18  for  the  IJmcnot'sure of .the girls'  but   El phii. stos e. won.  And in the filial game of the  night,   the  Elphintonie   Senior .  boys squeezed out .a very close  38���3S :wih,   over    Woodfibre  Senior boys-  y ���'��� Li ^^elinxiiiai'y,game 'last  Friday, the Elphinstone Junior ,'  :boys    boat' - The'' Elphinstone  Senior Girls 35���30.  three  game,  locals,  score.  Roy Duncan  USE THE COAST NEWS  FOR QUICK SALES  The Student Council meeting  was  h/e_d  on February   18th, '  with   Don Head in  the  chair.  The' council  discussed, buying  some i ew records- It was decided that the council  get  permission for the Badminton  Club to hold a sale on Wednesday, February 25th, in the  Library-   It  was  also   decided t  that the scholarship, citizenship '  aid  sportsmanship  awards  be  ordered now for this year.  Bowen Island  A Valentine Party was held  by the pupils of Bowen Island  School ow February 13th in aid  of the Flood Belief. There was  a good attendance and an enjoyable time was had by all.  A silver collection brought in  a total of $.28.00. This amount  was sent to the. Mayor's Flood  Fund in Vancouver.  by Beverly Brand  and D.A- Davies  Halfmoon Bay  Rough & Planed Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7.Z  B. W. M. 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Applicants should bring birth  certificates or other proof of age when reporting for interview,,  For full information apply right away or write to:  No. 11 Personnel Depot,  4201 West 3rd Avenue, Vancouver, B.C;  AS49W.BC  CANADIAN ARMY  y*'.v��\v.vi*Xviv!vX'X"X*i'>>_�� ��� V.v.v.v  ACTIVE FORC E AftW/ iidsoos spring o  TRAFFIC REGULATIONS  OFFICER: .Tickets, Tickets!  Complimentary Tickets, Sir!  Monday afternoon at Two.  LOCAL GUIDE, to Tourist:  Sorry Sir, You have to stop  Out of town.  ���  LUSH, leaning against bright  new traffic sign: No Officer*  Not parking shir, jusht shtuck!  AMBULANQE, dashing to  Dr's. Office: One more turn  around the block, Ma'am, and  we won't need no Doctor. "We'll  have the stork!  FUEL DEALER: No sir.  Can't deliver here- Too far to  carry the sticks.  CONSTABLE ON TRAFFIC  DUTY, Arm in Sling: No, no  bones, broken.- Just writers'  cramp.  MAGISTRATE: Very gratifying to see so many turned  out this afternooni!  FARMER: No, I can't drive  the team to town today, Ma.  Takefc a. whole extra feeding  of oats between hitching posts  these days.  CHILD: Got lunch packed,  SELMA  PARK  by H. I. L-  The annual meeting and  election of officers of the Selma  Bark Community. Centre' was  held in/ the Hall on Tueisdla.y  February 17'th, with nearly  forty ^members and friends  attending. .  ��� Anaiuaji reports were read  by th�� secretaiy and treasurer.  These had been/duly audited,  and were approved by the  meeting.  The street-light fund needs  some. financial   aid.   Anyoine  who has not donated and would  like to do so, may leave it at  \ the Selma Parlt Store. It would.  ^be a shame to have to give up  ithe street, lights now. We could  ^never replace them.  '    Election of' officers resulted  in th�� following slate:  .-President,   G.   Dalzell;   Vice  President, . Harry ' Batchelor;  Secretary, Mrs. ljsobel- Gilbert;  Treasurer, H. Steed; Executive  Committee, Miss D. Munroe, J-  Heskin,  J. "Dilworth,   Mrs-  T.'  Kitchi'e.   Mr.    Bert   Sim   was  elected/Secretary" to   fill  the  vacai.ey���'������left  by  the  late  Mr.  S. McKay. .'���������'-���...       ? ;  Mrs. Batche'.or, who had  ecndueted the e l.e c t i on of  officers, then thanked the past  officers.- and wished the in-  comii -g group every success.  An entertainment committee  was formed to function for the  next 'three months, consisting  of Mrs. B. Sim, Mrs. R- Lister  and "Mil> N- Slater- These ladies  are planning an evenivg of ,  Bridge and Whist, to be held  iii: the Hall, on' Saturday, February 28th at 8 p.m. to which  everyone is welcome, and is  assured- a pie as suit evening.  Refreshments followed the ad-  jourrinent of  the  rn opting.  Mom?  Dad's taking us  down  town to buy the bread.  COMMISSIONER: That's  my' fetory, and I'm stuck with  it.  SPIDER: That web-dressing  95 is too all-fired sticky. Got,  myself all snarled up, a��s well  as the other bugs.  CONSTABLE: Sorry, sir.  By-law 95 you know.  WISTFUL PUP, eyeing that  lovely   row   of  new   posts:  Wonder if they'd call that  Parking ?  CLERK: That'n only By-  Law 95. We still have the ten  .commandments.  MAGISTRATE:    We'll    be  happy to welcome you all to  next week's session, Gentlemen,'. .  SMALL GROUP OF COMMISSIONERS: (on foot) Just  as well we do live out of town.  Thursday February 26, 1953  The  Coa��;it News  GRACE KELLY, with Cat  Murphy* is off to Africa for  M-G-M to play a leading role in  **Mogambo" which stars Clark.  Gable and Ava Gardner.  A New 'Assortment Of  LUNCHEON & TABLECLOTHS,  Made In Scotland ��� $2.95 - $4.79 - $7.95  TABLE CLOTHS   (IRISH) $7.5��  Bright New Yardgoods  4 Yard Lengths ��� Good Prints ...... $2.19 and $2.79  THE TASELU SH0PPE  Phone 43 Sechelt  eck what you're missing  and you?!! change to  ���*�����;>���.;;..;.<  T*Zi>;',,.,.  *Fordomatic Drive,  Overdrive and  white side wall tires  optional ��t extra cost.  Try them all . . . compare them any way you-choose���then  accept your.Ford Dealer's friendly invitation to Test-Drive  a '53 Ford. Step inside and you'll discover so much more in  comfort and luxury. And right from the start, you'll discover that V-8 difference ... for Ford is priced with the lowest  and yet it has a V-8 engine. The Ford Strato-Star 110-hp.  Vr-8 has been developed by the makers of more V-8's than  all other manufacturers combined. Drive it with a choice  of ////*<?_��� transmissions, Fordomatic,* Overdrive* or Synchro-  Silent Shift... feel how its "Wonder Ride" levels out the  roughest roads! Yes! See it... compare it .. . check it���and  you'll change to Ford in '53. why take less than the best?  YOUR      FOR  with the finest... PRICED with the fowesf  "TEST-DRiVE"\he. riev/ S3  D   E   AI   E   R      W   I   t V     Gl'AOl.y'      A   R   RUA >i  P   E    rlT  AN   Y  t  f  M  ��  >. 1  Wilson Creek  2  No. 3  Caibsbns  LOOK^ORTHE  ;i_K^'^fUE^  Ad. No. V8-53-4C���4 cols, x 150 lines, Newspapers, SA-59���M L__T.'_V5B1-���S*^-~?i~'_w"--~i>'"*  8  The Coast News Thursday February 26, 1953  NEIL NISBET  Wee Neil, as he is known to his many  Scottish friends, brings 'WX fans some  of the world's best Scotch music and  entertainers in his weekly presentation of  ."Araang the Heather".  Dial 980 every Thursday  at 8:30 p.m.  "FIRST WITH THE NEWS'  meet...  ARISTOCRAT   ANNIVERSARY  8 years old 5 years old  ication  ed At PL  VISCOUNT  A years old  OLD KEG  3 years old  .disTittEd to: please;  fAfivfTW&fi7J&  &&&^^Me  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by the Govern-  . ment of British Columbia  At the recent PTA meeting,  Mrs- Cresswell gave the history  of the PTA from its founding  in the U.S.A. in 1897 apd its  beginning in Canada in 1915,  at the Craigflower School, in  Victoria, to the present day.  Pre'seint B.C. membership is  33,000. The Howe Sound PTA  was formed in February 194ft  with 41 members, and, Mrs..  Nestman as President. The  name was changed to Gibson's  Landing PTA in 1947 with 66  members. First May Day cele'-  bnations was organized by the  PTA in 1948.  Education week was announced as March 2nd to March 6th.  At the High School, open house-  will be held on Tuesday March  3rd, commencing at 7:30 p.m.  for parents of next years  Grade 7 class, at 8 p.m. for  others. Classens will be to demonstrate ''Effective Living"  course. Open house at the Elementary School, Wednesday,  March 4th in the afternoon  from one to three. Tea is to  be served after 3 p.m. by the-  PTA-  A letter was read -from the  Board of Trade about school  children walking on the wrong  side of the highway. Because  of danger to students, parents-  and teachers were asked to  co-operate in trying to have  the rules of the road observed.  The. winners* of the Whist  Drive and Raffle held after the  meeting were: Raffle, Mrs- A.  H. McKay. Whist, ���Womenfe  first, Mrs.,George Ayles- Men's  first, Mrs. A,H�� McKay. Con-  solia.tio:Pi prizes' went to Mrs*  A.H. MeKay, and 'Mm A^E-  Ritchey-  At the next meeting, date  to be announced, the speaker  will .be; Mr- OT. Rendle, In-  pector of Schools.   ' ''  ���yBy GYPSY TOWERS  The   young   Fulton's- from  the  Marshall, housse  taking  a  pop into town for the weekend,  leaving  the' pooch   with.,  tlie versatile .baby  sitter,  Mr.  Bedford. Mhe; Goslings preparing for the -bigmoveto Che Old  Co un t r :y.   A "happy hop  at  Stroplocliie;  Sorry to report Walter Evans  sojourning in, Shaughnessy  Hotepital, wish hiom a speedy,  recovery. Congratulations to  Mrs- George Crowhurst on  being elected President again  of W.A. to the C an a d i a n  Legion 109. Rumour has it that  she and Albert contemplate a  move into Gibsons- More scope  for Albert to see what'is going  om in the Village..  Mrs. Emily Simmons up  visiting her Mother, Mrs. A-  B.B. Hill- Jack Bartlett still  lending a helping hand- Mrs.  F- W. Dawson still improving,  Bill punishing the woodpile  and keening the home fire;?  burning. Mrs. James Dykes  slowly picking up. Mrs. F- J.  Townsend full of vim -aid  vigor, quite 'pleased that she  was able to stick the winter  but at.Gower, cheered by  ..L'enaV weekly visits.  Glad to. hear the John Coleridge's anticipate ~"._n oving  back to "Gower. Sorry to learn  Mr. John: C o 1 e ri d g e is at  present in Shaughnessy, wish  him too, a speedy and complete  recovery.  ��� Mr. J.D- Smith back with a  stiff neck after his week in  town. Brother Art Smales from  LaFayette, California visiting  at Gypsy Towers- And that  puts the lid on for another  week.  eofiest mm  Try The Coast News Classified  ins in los ARgeies  Benny, 'Bobo', Paul, the  Sechelt Indian; Boxer, won his  13th professional fight this  week in Los Angeles-. He k.o 'd.  Pedro Gonfca'ie{$: in the sixth  round.  In the main event, Velez won  a technical knock-out over  Johnny Hoffman.  Bobo Paul tipped the scales  at 139, while Gonzales weighed  in at 142- Paul will meet  Blackie . V a n d e r v e e r in  Spokane, Wash., on; March 5th,  after which he will return to  Sechelt.  Benny's footwork won him  the award for the best in his  cliasfc, and another trophy was  given him for the best left jab.  VON (Elphinstone Branch)  Annual General Meeting  Will Be Held In The  MARCH  12th, 8:00 p;m.  Election Of Officers ��� Annual Reports  THE PUBLIC IS INVITED  FOR THE VERY  FINEST  HARDWARE  CHINA and DRYGOODS  GROCERIES ��� DRUGS  i  PISHING SUPPLIES  HOME ESSENTIALS  -MURDOCH'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  New and Used  WIRE ROPE  and  LOGGING EQUIPMENT  At Vancouver Prices  P.M. Power Saws - Sales and Service  Tires and Brake Lining  To Logging Industry  AT  WHOLESALE  FOR SALE t A One-Drun> DONKEY  With Model "A" Motor  Ideal For Boom-Winch        $395.00  I  Chuck's Motors & Welding  Phone Sechelt 54-W  e   \  Bank  here ���  Always  open  ;y-fc-  Herd's how you save time and  trouble when you bank by mail  The bank of nova scotia's simple system of banking by  mail gives you a 24-hour-a-day,* country-wide banking  service. To take advantage of this time-saving service ask  your neighbourhood branch of The Bank of Nova Scotia for  the special ?bank-by-maiP envelopes. They include a deposit  slip, a deposit receijft, and a return envelope. When you  have a cheque to deposit, there's no need to go to the bank.  You simply endorse the cheque: Pay to the order of The  Bank of Nova Scotia (your signature); fill in your deposit  slip, address the return receipt to yourself, and ma^I.- Your  deposit is recorded and your receipt mailed before the Bank's  doors open, making you the first customer of the day.  * Write for descriptive folder or ask one of our staff  for details next time you are in the bank.  2596 Pender  Harbour  By SARAL  The Ladies' Auxiliary to the  Candadian Legion, Branch 112  hel�� their first meeting''of 1953  last Wednesday. There was a  good turnout of members ai d  a' lot of business attended to.  A letter of appreciation was  received from the Matron of  the Queen 'Charlotte Hospital  Eiiglahdy for the gift of a complete layette. The "sum of, $25  was . Voted for Flood Relief.  Election of officers was held,  and they are as follows:  President, Mrs. Mae Reid;  First Vice President, Mrs.  Alice Brown; Second Vice  President, Mrs Nellie Mackay;  . Secretary, Mrs; Carol Cameron; Treasurer- Mrs. Bessie  Hanoi)ly; S t and a r d Bearer,  Mrs. Margaret Camero: . Mrs.  Ross received a vote of thanks  for her splendid leadership  as president, in the past year.  A report of Improvements  to the Legion Hut showed a  total of $157.00 having been  paid bv the Ladies Auxiliary  ���in 1952.  The Valentine Dance on Feb.  13,   by  the-Community   Club  proved a disappointment to the  Committee. Only tlie geierous  gesture of George Sutherland  in promoting the sale of the  three cakes (;and buying one  himself) to net the amazii g-  sum of $23.50 kept the club out  of the 'red'. The music was  really good, food excellent,  decora tions very effective. Anv  suggestions ai, to what the  dancing public/really want?  Boru to Miv and Mrs. T..  Sundquist,' at St- Mary\s Hospital, a son. Born to Mr. and  Mils. "W- Cameron, Madeira  Park,-Feb- 10) at St. Mary'*  Hospital, a son- Born on Feb.  2. to Mr', and Mrs. Jack Snence,'  Thursday February 26, 1953      'i he   Coast   News  9  in St- Paul's Hospital in Vai>  couver, a som Trevor Russell-  Je^ie and Donald Scouler  have both been patients in St.  Mary's Hospital, where they  parted with their toi sils- The  'Flu bug has certainly been  working  overtime   here,   and  ���many families have felt ite unwelcome    presence,    i;i     some  homes four have been in bed  with   it   at   owe   time.   Thank  goodness, spring is just around  the bend.  :    Mrs-   Lynn;  Da.vi.s,   Marylin  and Joar, have just returned  from  a.  trip which took them  to Vancouver, Nanaimo, Victoria and Port Alberm- Had  unusually good weather, too.  _ Mr-, and -Mrs. Si: gbeil of  Vancouver are spending a few  clays in Bargain Harbour,, and  expect Mrs. Neil Pruden to  join them over the - week-end-  Mrs- C. Reid and Nancy  were in Vancouver foi a few  days last week-  . ��� c-  ��� -\  WlJ/J^^fff^Mi  1953 GMr dw����blo -  * ?" *��eoviV,  Powe/T__ modw,�� ProviL -��n,#,u����on.  A||  as&Bg*5_��^Sr  ���Sr^tftrom -"-  rou how QMr ��r   ft*f w�� show  ^    won#m I95^  WITH GREAT NEW VALUES...  III Power ���... Threehusky, improved valve-in-head engines,  new high compression ratios, highlight the GMC power  story for '53. Choose^the power plant you need from the  fugged 108 h.p. Loadmaster, 125 h.p. Torquemaster and  130 h.p. Workmaster engines.  Ill Performance ������ .Over the road and over the rough,  GMC can handle the toughest jobs with ease and come back  tor more. With heavier, stronger, more durable frames, these  husky 1953 GMC trucks are the sturdiest, most rugged ever  built.  In Safety... For fast, smooth positive stops all 1953 GMC  trucks up to the 9400 series are now equipped both front and  rear with big, husky "Torque-Action" brakes which utilize  the motion of the truck itself for extra stopping power. Heavy  duty models in Series 9100, 9500, 9700 and 9800 have extra-  large "Torque-Action" on the front wheels and famous  'Twin-Action" brakes at the rear.  In Economy ... The big improvements in GMC's thrifty,  valve-in-head engines combine with the new, rugged stamina  to bring you overall operating economy like you've never seen  before. Ton for ton, mile after mile, all year 'round you save  money with GMC.  A   OIN1KAL   MOTORS   VALUi  nalmlm. -get a real truck!  m  GMC-153 A  tiinsula  son ~_j;__;: .^ ,;,._��� :zc~"^  B^ll'.l* |IM>fW<;!fMia I ��^*_l  10  The Coast News Thursday February 26, 1953  COCKTAIL DRESSES,  WOOL AFTERNOON DRESSES,  Sizes ��� 12 to 44  ..............  REDUCED      1/3!  '���'������-��� ���  SISMAN  SCAMPERS ��� ALL SIZES  [ery  m  Don't Forget!  ���UC   SUCE   SALE  Continues Through Sat. Feb. 28-  Take Advantage Of The^e Days Of Lower Prices  MacLean?s Shoe'Store  Phone 10SH  Gibsons  Union  General Store  Sechelt, B.C.  MEATS:     .SATUEDAY ONLY Feb. 28th-  CROSS-RIB ROAST Grade "A" Choice, per Ibi   59^  PLATE BOILING BEEF  ;...���..   . per lb.   27<p  GROCERIES:  . ��  ^GATTUSO" Complete Spaghetti Dinner  Cooks in Five Mhmtes  . ......  54^  Good Variety of Cookies: s McCORMICK'S   PAULIN'S  aiid CHRISTIE'S    ....'.... per package   23^ to 49$  CHARLIE LUNN SAYS  NEW  1952 Pontiac: Save  ~ :  : ���   '   . .u ..'  ������,��� .; -r~���  Special Arrangement,  Low Down Payment  'SI CHEV. SEDAN  Radio, Heater, New Motor;  DOWN  $499.00  '52 AUSTIN  Heater, Only 3000 Miles  $349.00  '51 AUSTIN SEDAN  Heater, Undereoated, From Town  $299.00  '31 PLYMOUTH COUPE  $ 39.00  '33 PONTIAC  $ 29.00  '50 GMC  y2T. Pick-up  Like New  '50 GMC  y2T. Pick-up  Low Mileage  New Paint  Peninsula Motor Proc  "The name that means a good deal."  Your Peniesala General Motor Dealers  ... PHONE   WILSON   CREEH   5~��  (Continued from page 1)  CG-Operative Store would have  come into the area where Mr.  Lissiman'te car had been parked, stated that such a line he  thought, would be about eight  feet behind  the guard rail.  Corporal Morrison, for the  Prosecution, asked whether the  car was on the travelled portion of the highway. Constable  Hryeyk stated that it was clear  of the pavement. The defendant claimed that he was outside  the guard-rail, oil a portion of  an unused road allowance,  going east to the sea.  The Magistrate would . not  allow this,Jstating that the full  width of any highway was in  the prohibited area. Lissiman  then plead guilty to the charge,  and was assessed $2.00 and  eofcts. ^  Coamnissioner O. P. Ballen-  tiue, charged with beingv unlawfully parked in an area  where signs prohibited parking  pleaded not guilty..He siaid he  was unloading bricks from his  own car into his ow,n! building,  in hi)* story, which he elected  to'give as such, rather than a.s  ��� sworni testimony, He 'seated  that he had carries one l&ad:  of bricks into* the school-board '  office, before which his vehicle  wa(s stationed. There, he .was  introduced to the new Dentist,  and took'him. along to introduce him 1 to Mr. Khowles, in  the latter's Hardware store.  While he was so doing, G-.  Bryant who was working within, continued to carry loads of  bricks from the oar tV the  buiMing. Mr. Ballentine admit- .;  ted. the opreserce of the 'No  Parking ���  Sign., '  Mr. Bryamt called a^s witness,  corroborated the  Commissioner's statement, but did say that  he was  unloading the bricks'  and using  them.  In  reply to  th e    Court's ���/./question   las' ; to  Vu^ing' the bricks, he explain- '  ed that he was ' placing'them  on the job; He   carried a load  of bricks from the car to. the  building  while Mr. Ballentine  was  away  with  the- ���Dentist.  Mr.   Ballentine   conitiuiued   to  unload brieks,after he had discussed; tlie -y a 1 i d it y of the   ,  * Parking Ticket' with the  Traffic Officer ok- ;duty-  .; Corporal; Morrisoiv for the  Crowm, ..drew ;the attention of  the Magistrate- to that fiection  the area was turned so that it  could not be seep from where  she had stopped.  On hearing this, the- Magistrate advised Mrs* Keating to  change her plea to one of 'Not  Guilty',   which   she   did.   He  questiojaed the Corporal, who  stated that on Saturday, such  was the case- The Magistrate  then stated  that  it   was  the  duty of the Village to <see that  such  signs were kept in such  position afe to be clearly read-  Case dismissed,    ��� ..'    :  Eric   Inglis,   charged   with .  the violationi of ''parking iii a  prbh ibited  area," ; pleaded not  guilty-   Corporal .Morrison  stated  that  he had  seen   the  truck parked outside the ���Gib- "  i��ons Electric for approximately  five minutes before goijag over  to write a ticket-  Mr.  Inglis explained to the  court that in, the line of his  business, he had stopped at the  Electric   Store  to  pick up , a  radio which it had been intended should be shipped, to .Van-.';  couver- In the absence of ther  Proprietor, the clerk on duty ;  had   informed   him   that   the  radio ,had beep repaired,  and  that the Proprietor would be .  back ini a moment. While this  moment was transpiring, how- I  ever, the ticket was written- .  The Magistrate expressed  sympathy for the defendant,  and predicted tremendous difficulties j for persons in the  trucking  busiji:pss unless  the  by-law WRS changed.   Guilty-  Pine $2-00 and costs.'  Rarokl Hinckg from Sechelt,  charged with double parking,  contrary to the By-Law, plead  guilty, and was fined $2.00  arid 005^.  fcANA TURNER seems to be  happy as a lark in this cute page  outfit she wears in one of the  sequences of' her new M-G-M-  picture, "The Bad and The  Beautiful."  x of the  By-Law* 95 which de-  :;finied parking.  "The standing  on   the' street   of   a   vehicle,  5>  going  whether occupied or not.  The Magistrate, im  9ver the evidence, stated that  the By-Law does npt allow for  intervals taken up im introducing friends to people, nor  for 'using' bricks. Guilty as  charged $2.00 ajnd costs>  Mrs-    Jean    Keating,     also  c h a r g e d with  parking  on  Marine Drive, where signs prohibit, pleaded 'Guilty,' with the  reservatiotn- that  any  sngn. in  Imported  Rums  R-1S  This advertisement is riot published.or displayed oy the Liquor Control  '--.."'.'.> Board or by the-government ofBritish Columbia  Wanted 30 M&n  For L  oa  DEEP SEA VESSELS  Taking Cargo At  PORT  H-E. Wi  Men Interested Call; At The Office Of  lisor. Gibsons. Friday, Feburary 27,1:00 to  Personell Officer Will Interview Applicants  a  PORT MELLON  y.��Bm��-__--BKmi-_^

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