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 Sf ;p'?^n-'  ���j���  VBackin Cheerful Mood  o-'  Published by The Coast News, Gibsons, B.v  Vol. 4 - No. 53     Thursday January 25 1951    5c per copy, $2.6&\A  ���'Authorized as Second Class Mail, Post Office Department, \  %  GIBSONS. The road link between Kleindale  and  Agamemnon  Bay, part of the proposed Vancouver - Powell River chain of  roads and car ferries, may be.built this year.  Estimates, for  :#  i     PHfME JWINLSTER ST. LAURENT wsves from his Trans-C.-mada  j.    Air Lines plane on his arrival in Montreal reeerit.lv from'the con-".  1     ference of Commonwealth Prime Ministers arid, a state .visit: to:.  France ��� ;_ ���  CHURCH WARDENS CHOSEN  AT ANGLICAN CHUpiMEETING  ROBERTS CREEK. F. Downes was elected Rector'svWarden at  the annual parochial meeting of $t Aidan's Church in the  Kewpie Ramp, January 9. ;, \  .Other  officers  are  L.  Mathews,, people's garden,  George  MasKeil,    Mrs    Hewitt-,    Mrs  Hewer,  Mrs  Barker   and  Mrs  S^.one.   Mrs   Monks   and   Rev.  CRt.' Harbord   alt'e   ex~offieio  members of the committee.  Reports which were read at  the meeting showed an increase in membership and a  sound  financial position.  The Parish Hall 'Building  Fund, started two years ago,  ��� now ��� stands at the impressive  total'. :'<?��'$500! ..V ..... :;:-;  It,is, b'eleived work on the  hall construction :.will com-  mence: early this spring.  Mrs Newton's work with-the,  choir '"-was -roundly praised, by  the- Vicar',-;H.V.- Oswald. *���'"���  GAMBIER- .;:I|^RBbUS. :;.Re'-.  ��� p'-air-S .Tnvve i'neen competed1  to da2iia:ge :do:ie /by recent  storms .- n the. wharf.   .:.  New boom sticks:';aaid additional  chain   braces; hay,e'..-been  ���instailed!' '"''������'���'. ' ''  To Be Reviewed  GIBSONS. Following complaints from'', some professional men that their licenses  are too high, a notice of intent  has :been made to the Village  Council by Commissioner  Harley Anderson to- open the  present Trades 'and License  bylaw, with a view to possible  ���".revision;;     .-������-''"������'     ' .'"' ?'  Another move . dealing ..with.  trades' has been .made-'by' Commissioner R, Macnicol who will  /tv, and- have future; trades  license applications handled by  the Commission,'sitting as a  committee of the.���.whole.   ,  '   Applications a re. now passed  ��� ..by the; Villaige Clerk.    .,���������''  Kir.st.'-, ..arid, "second    reading  wasp-given at a -ree<3]# meeting  .to vthe���-procedure^ byla\v.,aimed  .; at  obliging - Comicil  meetings  from   present .Wednesday' sitting to every second Monday,  : st'sirtiiig' on, oV about- March 1.  the conatruct-  ion'of this and the Port Mellon  -Gibsons road will'probably be  tabled at the next session of  the legislature, by the Minister  of Public Works.      ^  The Kleindale, Agamemnon,  10 miles has been proposed by  L.S. Jackson and Jolin Cline,  loggers, Harold sFbley, general  manager, Powell R.iver Pulp  and Paper, George O'Brien,  director and woods manager  for the stame firm; and A.  Peabody. general manager of  Puget Sound Navigation, owners of the Victoria Dock Company which, in turn is applying for the exclusive; franchise  to operate a vehicle ^carrying  vessel between Gibsons and  Horseshoe Bay.  Investigation of the proposed route was. undertaken by  the group at the suggestion of  the Minister of Public Works.  Across the Jervis Iiilet a two  mile stretch of road will also  have to be con^rncted/between  I. theHprpposed?:^  t��at'(/^ -v ���/ '-r-.  : tti nasi heen' s^ggeste/P that  both roads could^be built early  this summer.      v.\ ;  Insurance  Cut Looming  uivestiga-  3ECHEIT.   Recent/  tion of the water system here  by John Ford, insurance underwriter's   engineer    may    prev  elude lowering of rates.  "Accompanied by Fred Mills,  volur'f"eer fire, chief, Ken  Whitaker, president of tike  Board of Trade and E. Parr  Pearson, Union Steamship representative, Mr Ford tesjted  Avater pressures at several  points along the line.  " He found the water 'fair'  Mr Pearson reported.  When asked if he believed,  the investigation could' probably preclude; lowering of insurance rates with regard to  fire protection,. Mr Pearson,  representing the water system  pwners, suggesivd "it quiite  probably:; could.'' ,,,'';v/-"  UNITED CHURCH WX  GIHSOXS.     Miss     Winnifred'  Doheriy   was   elected   president   o!' ' the    United    Church  Woman's    Association    at     a  ' re cent   annual   meeting.  Othep officers are, Mrs D.  ���D;;naid-son, first vice president,  JYirs J Parkinson, second vice ���  p? :-sid(. nj:, Mrs T Humphries,  treasurer, Miss Fanny Grant, ,  srjrcjtary, Airs TI..J. Be van,  corresponding secretary, Mrs  A.E. MuMett, representative  to  church  board.  Committee convenors are  as f.'illows, Mrs J.E. Newman, ,  missionary,, rs A.E. English,  flowers, Miss M.M. Doherty,  manse, Mrs Parkinson, nominations, Mrs Sowden, social,  Mrs J. Warwick, emergency  fund. f^W:  A St Patrick's Tea will be  held K-'vmet'iroe in the future*  according to a decision m>ade  at  the meeting.  Members  hea^d   of   a   good  f*M  ...������-���'���.... veay,sr.''-worfe iu,st--(Jomple^ed^  .Donr^?v:;7i^'r��a^r been   made   to  GIBSON^ Norman Sergeaat.was   re-ele'cted   president '-of   the  piow.evSomid Mariner's Institute during the annual meeting  Mfn^ay". Oilier officers arc.\,Rqberlt;.'.S: Clarkson, vice president;���  Mrs M:\ LoP'euyre,".'secretrary:- Mrs':;J. Carroll,   Ed.   Smith,,  uM.  B-ugh,:Eoy-Malyea and E. MacDonald, directors..  './Robeit Bui'jis.' will: act'again '-.-���'. ."������.���������.    "    . \ ';��� ^_  ���'���   ~     '���.��������� ���'���.,':.'. ,  ' n?agnif'.'cimt   work, 'will   again  he under direction���'��� f Ed Smith.  i:.S  sud,t��:-r  ��� ;��vt-->i?.di-'.-,r.ir H,nd-opcr.,a.tii.:g;eo'm-  : n.jtt'e^ for. the .new year'.will,  conr'i; t. oT the follnwin'g ; Fan*  committe��. V Sirs Carroll, Ed.  Smith and R-C'ark>-on'. Farmers  Marked. Sirs ':Oarrollv; E Smith,  G Dhanuan and T Clark.  The\ f^no'^   jun'or   n.^u'try.  eliiK which last year did .s'ueh'  V:O.N. representative will be  H.S. CJar'kson whi"e the Mount  Elph.instone Ceme.tery Board  wi'l' consist of T Clark* Roy  Malyea'.-.and- Ed 'Smith.'-  Delegate  -to   the   B.C.   Fair-  Convention     will     be:. "AH.  Peppar.  GILBERT NAMED  BRANCH HEAD  ROBERTS GREEK. W Gilbert  was returned as president  of "Branch 219, Canadian  Legion at- the annual meeting  held in the home of E.J. Shaw.  Other officers are, J.H.  Kennedy, vice.; president; 0.  Hall, secretary treasurer, and  ,the executive , will consist of  B.I. Smyth, R. Cotton, and K.  Wright."'', Rev;! ..C.R. Harbord  will act as chaplain.  Next general meeting .will he  held February 9 *t the home  of P. Edmunds.  rs L Sefiotz  GIBSONS: Mrs L. Sehutz was  .��� installed president 'of- the  Ladies Auxiliary to Branch  309, Canadian Legion at a.  recent  annual  meeting.  Other officers are: Mrs L.  Sergeant, first viee-presiient:  Mrs H. Gray second..vice president;/ Mrs LJngiis, secretary;  .Mrs;-.M. Leslie, treasurer; Mrs  ��� M. War.di'l, sergoaiit a t arins ; *  Mrs    H.    Know!es,  : standard  ..bearer-: Mrs, E. Herrin, and  Jvlrs    M.   .Stenjier,    executive..  ������members.  " .  /; Braneli Pa;:;t Pres'dent, IT.  Bartle  im-:V'k:ll'e-d   the ���'oilers;  ���' Ladies heard frean their new-  president of the activities slated for the new year.'  Part      President      Mrs      D  Oowhurst was presented with,  flowers while lunch was served  by Mrs H. Knowles and Mrs P..  Feeney.  SECHELT. James Sinclair will  "defenitely"      attempt     to  have  a   span   built,   into   the  present wharf. ���  Following .an executive meeting of the Board of Trade,-  attended by the M.P., members  drove home the necessity for  a debris clearance span iri the  present structure which was  even then being repaired from  damage clone by floating logs.  Mr Sinclair also promised  investigation of the lighl;  question for the wharf. Union  Steamship Company had form-  ely propiised to guarantee payment for the lights when installed. That was six months  aa'o.  to  sn'.'jnv   worfcliv   causes   during  "?a'st  year. ;  Police Changes  SECHEIjT. From a recent, exceptive meeting of the Board  of Trade comes the hint that,  a new deal muy be. pending in  police distribution for the Peninsula. ':*���:!$!  Hn.<< I hat 'a three man de-  t��^himiiVt ' of the -"Mounted  Police -vn.'.-y be stationed at.  Seciry . were circulated. It  is vd! known- that Pender  Harb-v-ir   h?A   been   attempting  to  -.f '*  e   its   own   po' I.'.eman,  Lawreoos  (���!ai";"n.r li:i-son, over blocked  iojhIs in 'be wintertime was  vr)i .! .< :y.:o:ii.rM. .     ��� ^   It fell 0 f Mil  ^  GIBSONS. One more move in t  insula to Vancouver   has   1  Transport  with  its  application  for  permission  to -carry  passe-:  means of the proposed car ferry.  Gibsons. Ken Coleridge has  been- trausfered to an Air-  .force s.quadi'oji at Poekliffe,  'Ontario, preparatoiy to his  going overseas to join one oi'  the heavy transport s<]iiadronji  now stationed in Europe.  The well kiimvn son or M :  and Mrs C.J. 'Co'eridge, has  l-eeently i>:5:-sed ivs examinations as. r.irforco technician.  T"he s;-'iii.:-idr'on l:e i^:slatcT  to j-'in has reeently been in  t]]o news as being one of the  first to' use the new sup >:���  heavy   transports.  ti f V!     ti J' tl    VMS     i  he M k':i:.r n[: the Sechelt Pen-*  icon ir^de -by Sechelt Motor  to i'Tib i-'i Util.'L'ies Commission  :rers   dirf.-etly   to   Vancouver   by  T1:",''i-t.ion- r~'e being'[irom-oted  fhi ^ug-uit-; the area with the  :n: -..nt. of goti'.ing many n-a.mes..  i.iar ;���;.::;������ up the claim this area  nee.'!'-:   f'he   thron^h   service.  .' ���:��� :-^\ rlh:::- f"' Manager Cecil  ',;��� w:'-.-'u '*:������ -*.he '' t'ovvv inanf^P'e-  i.{'���".'���' :^e in favour ol: having  1ii>:  b'.v-iex  en   -.heii" ships,''  i ������-���-���  S'-->viip;ii\y    makes  : in   iv>   ])iea   for  names.  ;- ') "-o:-!bl bv> a. hem  ��� �����    ������''':  ;!-iv:;vn'a:ie to i ;ie area.  ���'%     ���',   c:"; ,*���:' -o;''   prcr   1'oads  the  1   ..:.  : .r    i r.--?.nsport   has  \<     ���    :  i' ::oou service.  '>. ! '-;:> ��.V'.'i:7P'Uy liMs piojieered  f':\ < --"ea and ii^ therefoi'e en-  ti'!\l to a-iy expansion ''edge".  ' "4. Iv.sei'vieo is gi-anted it  v.-'-ubi   a-'ow   tiirougli   service  .w.'t-hoTit  transfers. . IWWIE"1*   2  ami mB!'\?mf.mmjrm!'<i^miir^inimifri'S'��^S9 _  Tlie Coast News"" Thursday January 20951"  "-CfSlu  ONE OF THE  most important things to re~  memer about planning for the future is  simply - planning.  Gibsons Board of Trade came close to  turning its back on what may be the onlv  sensible .approach to guiding our future economy along sound, business like lines.  At the instigation of a lone voice from  the meeting the Board decided to find out  more about a general industrial planning program instituted by the Vancouver Board of  Trade in conjuntion with other boards in. the  area. v  It is a Ave 11 kuoAvn fact that second industry sites are scarce in Vancouver or Bur-  naby.  Taxes are nearly prohibitiAre. Cost of a  ten lacre site sounds like ai king's ransom to  a group or small company starting its oavii  industry.  The Fraser Valley is primarily an agri- '  cultural area - residents intend to keep it such.  Where else can secondary industry locate  with any degree of security in respect to  future, firm, equitable costs?  The Sechelt Peninsula is the answer.  Transportation - the big bug in regarcl to  any person starting here in the past, may not  be such an imposing obstacle noAv. It is certain  we shall be able to ship to VancouArer with  comparable cost to that of the Fraser Valley.  We Avill undoubtedly have at least tAvice a  diay ��� service to VancouArer when trucks and-  cars can journey to the centre without having  to unload, then reload.        '  In this matter of Water transport, handling charges is the largest item.  A commodity must first be loaded on the  truck at the point of starting. It then must  be unloaded at the barge or ship, then be  loaded on;to the \ressel. It then must be unload-  ded off the ship onto the'dock at the desti  nation port. Then it must be loaded on to a  truck for deliArery to the' consignee.  Under the neAv plan hinted by latent car  ferry neAArs, trucks can be loaded at the point  of manufacture and go directly to Vancouver,  complete Avith the saAdng.  The Board of Trade is hoav finding out  more about the suggested survey being1 made  by a group of economists and industrialists to  which Ave haA^e beeu invited.      -F'"'"���  We suggest much good can come from  this type of, thinking! .It.is-not knoAvn if Ave  haAre ia1nd and conditions Avhieh are attractive  to medium sized industry. It is not known  Avhether traffic and transport conditions  AArou!d lend itself to such ia; program as Ave  would like.  In conjunction Avith the Vancouver Regional Planning Board and its staff of experts,  some very important information may come to  light.       " :.  In selling, advertising, by some means or  another is all important. But prior to the sales'  point, the salesman must knoAV his product.  It behooAres each of us to learn about our  product, the Sechelt Peninsula and all its great  potential.  - In joining with VancouArer in a search for  industrial sites, the Gibsons Board of Trade  has shown imagination and initiate.  Our hope is, hoav the ball is rolling the  ��� Board keeps its eye on it.  We suggest to President Robert Telford  that he calls his executive when interim decisions are to be made.,.  Waiting two months between meetings,  in the the most interesing stage in our groAvth  is not sense.  When dealing with matters of such import as our fufture, may Ave suggest that speed  and action are imperative-perhaps now, more  than ever, before.  Parental id we From Publisher II Usprd  EDITOR THE  NEWS.  Dear   Willie.   I   have   been  intending  to drop you a  line  ever since "I"saw   your  first  "on .your oavii" issue of .November  23rd.   Congratulations  on   achieving-with   that  issue  whaft Ernie Pearson and I, as  founders of The Coast News,  laTways  dreamed  of -  a   local  plant. Ernie and I feel that the  $10,000 Ave  lost.--'In "five  years  on The Coa'st News will not,be  entirely -'wasted   if it   served  to awaken; the spraAvling community from  Pender  to  Port  Mellon to the vq.lne of. * local  paper. And we feel it will not?  be lost if-its' end  result  Avas  to establish, iiOAvever faltering- '  ly at first, another democratic  ' voice  in   thin   expanding   province of ours.  I hope the people you are  ���trying to serve appreciate the  job you and Sain Nutter have  undertaken; I hope you get all  the support yoiiVdeserve:  HoAveA^er-   I    am   someAvhat  ' disappoined to see you indulging in a bid for cheap publicity, as is the case of Sutherland  vs. Sinclair. ,.  '��� 'Youwilllearn,- editor Bill, as  you grow older in the weekly  editing   business,    that    rtlie  people who pat you hardest on  the back and praise you loudest for -.'fearlessly". attacking  anyone - the bigger the,better  are usually the people most  conspicuous by their aibsense in  year - round local paper support, in community leadership,  and in citizenship - activities.  You should learn that if~as  you claim to be - 3*011 are  Serving the. /int.ere^s ol the  Peninsula as a whole, the peninsuladoes not begin, live,  and end at Gibsons.  I admire that village and  the people in it very much,  and I think there are few there  Avho Avould support your claim  that Avharyes and' floats in  good 'repair aire not needed  elseAvhere in the peninsulai so-  long as Gibsons gets Aviiat, i(t  {needs; that, in your words,  any goArernment spending' is  good in Gibsons, but wasteful  anywhere   else.  Such enthusiasm is good.  Bill, but alAAtays rem'ember the  community before the indiAd-  dual part of that community.  Right noAV you feel pretty  smart, Bill, because there are  people here and there who are'  patting you because you weren't going to be "bought', and ;  beciause you AA'eren't afraid of  a ny big bad Highlander and  the government -could go stuff  its ads.  .   *Ai:     > .. ���������>���   s  But Aviien thinking people  find out the size of the teapot  that started the tempest, I'm  afraid they will feel gypped  because voit haA^e seized en the  connotation of a phrase to  impugn a mans character.  Such a fuss >a,s you haAre stirred  up deserves a worthier foundation.- --;.'''   .. #"���-.  '������������'���:-��� ���  ' ��� ���' ���.,���������  And it will also, when these  thinking people take the  trouble to investigate, reflect  rather sadly on our own craft,  journalism, which in at least  tAA^o instances that I have before me is guilty of lamentable  slanting in attempting to cover  a story with considerably less  than a full set of facts...  Bill, you should never attempt to impale a man's reputation   oh  his small mistakes. Yes, -Jimmy  made an ; error in attempting  to convey ..by the written word  something which depends on  the  spoken word in  order to  Reader's Right  EDITOR The News.     \,  Sir. Never haVe I seen such  a scandalous waste of money  as that being spent on roads in  and around Gibsons. The main-  enance department does not  seem to know when to grade*  .nor'"how to grade.  The grader goes down the  centre of the road and skims  tne,$P��iL ]<M:< ^S&^ntQ^hoI^  Within 24 hours the road is  back in: the same condition as  obtained before the grader  passed over it. '  Any  water that  may  have  :^��  Sechelt-Jervis Towing Company  Your Local Complete Marine TOWING SERVICE  AGENTS:���  Pender Harbour:  Bill  Donley���Phone:  Sechelt  11S2  Gibsons. Reg.  Godfrey���Phone:  Granthams  56  Nanaimo: Phone 555���Night: 1497 or 305  Vancouver:  Phone  PAcifie  4558;  Night: KErr.   6352  . Phone Us Collect for Quotations  "Tractor Transport No. 1" ������ especially equipped for  - hauling oats, trucks and logging equipment by sea  that is the happy lot of the  reporter for a .daily paper) is  leaderships v  If people see you deliberately changing your   miiid about  a. -mans   motives   (remember,  you said at. first Sinclair was  sarcastic,, but lafter you decided  he   auks   imp'ying '.a   threat?)  they're   liable   to   take   your  lead and think that is the right  thing to>   do.   And   if   people  start  doing that  all  over  the  country we might as wed giAre  it  back  to  the   Indians.   And .<  >aie  a  man's  re-    you will have been responsible:  the -jjinpoin't-  of    'it's- a poor trade fora little  publicity   and  a   small ���monetary   gain   that   might   come  ���from     temporarily    increased .  -subscriptions..  If you are to achieve and  maintain tdie standards of the  weekly neAvspaper craft in  British Columbia, you -11 have  to quit the wrecking crew and  join the construction gang.  '  About Sinclair's feet of clay:  your perception is apparently  much keener than r that of��  older residents of the .peninsula, which you came lately  :to;serve. Sinclair's popularity,  gain all the inflections necessary -to convey, the sarcasm  intended.  You . have 'made tSie same  mistake many times, and you  will make it many times more  before you aire as big as Jimmy  Sinclair. ���   ;  Bill, your- task as. a weekly  editor (you; how no longer  have   tlhe   carefree   anonymity  'U<3GAfJ-'fk  some ambition to get off the  road   is    effecitively   stopped  from so doing by a damn on  either side    of   the  road,   -  wonderful, isn't it?  I catonnot see any reason for  this imbecility, except that the  maintenance department must  got a bang out of seeing pe-  clestrians,take to the tali timber, when a car is approaching  in orcrtr ;to ^ sarve themselves  from  being covered by slush.  friend Mr Cunliffe, chief engineer for the district, advising him of the condition as  obtains in this district.  Fred C. Saunders.���-.  personally -and politically is  -on the record - on a steadily  ascending plane, and-has been  for the past ten years. This  hy virtue of performance, not  words.  And so; I am afraid that the  people of the peninsula - will  no doubt be somewhat disturbed, to find that theyhave not  seen .through their idol's, shoes  as readily as you have. They  will feel chastened: that they  could have been so dumb.  Qf course, Bill, you. could  be wron^,: and it is because of  that ''possibility : that I urge  you - from miy own experience  in v Aveekliesv- to' follow the.  weeklyi- editor^- patitern of  ..careful eouncel. and investigation rather than' the fad of  day-to-day yellow"' journalism  ���which .-while;; -iff, provides  luscious, juicy. Headlines' today,  builds nothing for' the morrow.  It seems to me that. you  made 'a boast that you would  ''take Sinclair down' & peg or  ���two'���'���'',���'or words to that effect.  Bill,-you're not big.enough for,  that yet: Wait ai, few years,,  (Continued on page 7) '  }.4  ! 1  M  I  ���1  Log Towing  Scow Towing  Pile Driving  \ Dredging       - Wharf and Float Construction  Breakwater  Construction Marine. Salvage  Salvage Pumps  COAL  Order Your Winter's Supply  NOW  ��� AH Types and Sizes ��� New Low Prices���   ,  EM. INGLIS  Phone'Gibsons 50  WniA McFadden  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office   ' Hours  9100V. a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by AppQintmeqt  Every day except Thurs.  Why go to Vancouver for  Ootical Service?  ;i>*' *I/-3b.-*.'WW.-*:->- .;l*.V*;V-W  ,<s  ^^i^aggcfes By  BILL SUTHERLAND  Editor, The Coast News  I MAY be wrong - believe me,  according to most people, 1  , usually am, but Barry Mather's  column in the Vancouver Sun,  dealing with Robbie Burns., will'  quite probably be dug out  many moons from now and  acclaimed.as a bit of a masterpiece.  I would suggest that Mr  Mather is quite probably the  columnist in Vancouver who  will traivel farthest.... and 1  hardly mean mileage,  Up and down' the Peninsula  the talk is nOAV about Port  Mellon, the jpar feiTy, Cecil  Lawrence's' franchise to run  straight through to Vancouver,  the road to Sechelt, the telephone question, the teacher's  raise in Avages, the buying' by  C.   Lowther   of the   Standard  v Motors   No.  3,   Lowthers,   of  Halfmoon  Bay  Lake   and   its  surrounding   land   and-    the  guessing   as   to   which   large  ��� dairy concern is interested in  starting ai branch on the  Peninsula.  The annual question of a  hotel for Gibsons is, of course,  being revived.  > Talking about hotels, it must  ,- be^:getting: close  to  the   time  when a plebescite will be taken  on the beer license question in  Gibsons -again.  Ron "Kip" Hewatt, was  . around the other day and gave  us a little inkling of'what his  department of the government  really does. Kip looks after,  the rules and, regulations re  safety first, in the logging  camps up* and down the \vest  coast.  He had just managed to buy  a complete series of HoAvay's  History of Early B.C. Someday these books Avill bring a  large sum of money but at the  moment the. price is Ioav, only  .they are hard to find.  Stan Trueman's house is  coming right along. I went  past there the other day and  the genial school principal  looked as if he had taken heed  ��� of his early manual training.  At least he was sawing a  board and it came out half-  Avay decent.  I saw Bill Kolterma'n of the  Halfmoon Bay Liberals and he  was slumming in our fair villa ge. It seems Bill takes a  large interest in many things  \ local. That is what is needed  in this couiiltry.  Clarence Joe, erstwhile author, columnist, perrenial secretary of Indian groups and local  Andy Paul was telling me he  has been given another secretarial position. That makes  three I beleive.  Talking about secretaries,' it  must be time for Jack Mayne  to say "I will". This will be  his umpteenth^ year as member  of the Sechelt Legion executive.  SECHELT. Communion Ser^  vice for St Hilda's Church  will be held every fourth Sunday of the month until further,  notice, at 11 a.m. instead of the  former hour of 11.30.  \  Y  our  ���������. .is.the goal of pur department. With the money  you pay through taxes, we strive to give you protection from health problems and social welfare  troubles, while your hospital insurance premiums  protect you from crippling hospital bills. This is  accomplished by maintaining the...  ���    ���HEALTH      BRANCH which provides  such services as public health units in  co-operation with local civic authorities  public health nurses, sanitary inspectors,  tuberculosis clinics and care, venereal  disease control, immunization, laboratory  and other services. All of these are designed  to protect your health.  ;';>'��� WELFARE BRANCH which makei  available to you competent assistance through  the services of trained social workers. There  are also benefits such as social allowances,"  /mother's ..allowances, old-age ..and ..blind  pensions,'.-.-'..child. ..protection ..and ..adoption  placements, and medical, optical and drug  ;     services ^s well as hospital care.  *   HOSPITAL  INSURANCE   SERVICE  A    ;       which protects-you frohi staggering hospital;  -, .bills.,:While;,you-;are in,- hospital, this service"  covers    the    cost    of    public-ward    accom-  irio'datioxi'f    ease-rooni 'and    operating-room -  v  rfaciiities, anaesthetics, dressings, ward:nurse-  ���32% '.care, .availsble' X-ray,   laboratory   and  ��� ���      -:'' physiotherapy 'facilitresiiand hospital matern-'  '��� -'ity "-ciar;e;":'' The   only;   requirement" is: 'that  ' your premium" be paid.'-  ���     '���      -���..; -\ ' ���   - ��� :. '���'..���������'��� ���       .   ' ��� :  Tfie Department of Health and Welfare  HON.-DOUGLAS TUBNBULL, Minister  Alexander Un Rorea  ^^^^^^^^m^sj^m  Thursday January 25 1951    The Coast News  GAMBIER  ISLAND.  Here   is  the  second in the series  of  articles     produced    by   Ken  Alexander. The first was printed last week and has brought  much popular comment.  War in any country suddenly brings that plaice to the  attention of the reading public,  so it is Avtfh Korea. Up springs  hords of experts and with  little to go on Ave are given  the benefit of their opinions,  at so much a line, over the air,  in the  papers  and magazines.  What are the facts, is this  country poverty stricken as  the Saturday Evening Post  and the papers Avould give us  to understand or is it capable  of self support?.  Here  are. the  figures  gath  ered  from  many v sources  that  will   sIioav   a   very , different  picture   of  Korea!  than   Avhat  Ave have been given.  Agricultural production in  1944, in koku(l koku - 5.12  bush els),rice over 15.000.000,  barley over 10.000.000, millet  over 4.000.000, soybeans over  3.500.000, wheat about 2.000.  000, corn about 2.000.000  'land under cultivation, over  G.000.000., acres.  Mineral produstion in 1944,  anthracite and lignite coal,  about 8.000.000, tons. Iron ore,  about 4.000.000. tonsLimestone  about 1.500.000 tons.Magnesite  about 388.000. tons. Manganese  about 33.000. tons. Tungsten  . about 11.000 tons. There is  also a quantity of gold in  Korea.  On top of these figures may  the writer point' out that in  mining and agriculture the pro-  -duction was obtained by primitive means.  With a population i of over  29.000.000. ithis country had  a large export in rice, barley  and millet. The wealth of Her  mines has just been scratched  when the production is compared to mpdern methods.  From these figures it would  seem   that   Korea  is  not  the  (continued  on  page  6)  4  WE LEAD  THE HARBOUR WITH  ���!;<m.  Dry Goods i  China.,..-;.'"..  New, Fresh Supplies  A Complete Stock  of Kitchen and  Home Essentials  MURDOCK'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  * BEN BACKSTAY  ^m  rrA��NTlNCTTMtj  Ben Backstay zvas a boaiszcain,  A very jolly boy,  No lad than he more merrily  Could pipe all hands ahoy.  For over, a century Lamb's Navy has  been the 'call of those who know  good rum. Smooth and mellow, it is  matured, blended and bottled in  Britain of the finest Demerara Rums.  ,5,  This advertisement is not published,,, or.  ' displayed by the Liquor Control Board or  by the Government oi" British Columbia.  * An eld sea shanty  B  n  I  i  A. M. LOWE, D.D.S., L.D.S.  IMMEDIATE LABORATORY SERVICE  Phone 20 H 2  Business and ProFessiona  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  BEER BOTTLES PLUMBING  Will  call  and  buy  for  cash,  beer bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls made at intervals from  ��� Hopkins   to   Irvines   Landing  R'. H. Stroshen  Wilson  Creek  CAMERA SERVICE  Free Camera Service  Buying- a better camera or  other photo equipment?  Your professional photographer will gladly advise you. Call, phone or  visit G. G. Ballentine,  Bal's  Block,   Gibsons  Res.   Phone   Granthams   79W  ELECTRICAL WORK,  Reliable Electrical Repairs  Appliances,   Fixtures,   Radios  Washing-Machines ���  Everything   Electrical  Gibsons Electric  Phone   45  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  GENERAL HAULING .  Gravel,     Lumber,     Contract  Hauling  GARBAGE   DISPOSAL  SERVICE  Weekly    or    Monthly    rates  Freight   and   Express  Delivery  UNION  STEAMSHIPS  Sechelt,   Phone  22  GIFT STORE  Headquarters   for   Wool,  Notions,   Cards,   Toys,  Miscellaneous Gifts  Gibsons  5-10-15 Store  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  MACHINISTS  Hills Machine Shop  Mobilized Welding  Welding   anywhere   -anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision   Machinists  Phone 54 Res.  58  HAI&DWARE  KNOWLES   SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 38 .... Gibson's B.C.  Builder's Havdwiwe  Paint.  Plumbing  Appliances  Complete   Installation  Maintenance   Service  DELIVERIES  TO  ALL   POINTS  Plumbing and  Electrical  Supplies,   Fixtures,  Service  Sechelt Building  Suppies  Pbone   60  PLUB1BING and HEATING  r  Sunset Hardware  ....GIBSONS  Registered     Plumbers  PLUMBING  Sales   and   Contractig  REAL ESTATE  John  Coleridge  Agencies  Gibsons   and   District's   Only  Full Time Real Estate  Agent  Phone Gibsons 37  TYPEWRITERS  Typewriter   Sales   and  Service  Agent   for   Remington  For   Fast.     Accurate   Service  See  Colin Wingrave  Gibsons.   B.C.  TAXI  Peninsula     Cabs  24-Hour  Service  2   Phones   --   2   Cabs  WILSON   CREEK   and  SELMA   PARK  Phone Sechelt 66  Taxi Sir ?  call  BILL  HUNTER  Sechelt   48  TRANSFERS-TRUCKS  Hansen Transfer  GENERAL   CARTAGE  Phone   Sechelt  28  Sechelt,   B.C.  WOOD  SNOW COMING?  Get your fuel while  we can  move around.  Phone  Kan Vernon  Gibsons  7  L  WANTED  WANTED  r'n:j.ke   Blanks,   Shakes,  S?-.ingle   Bel's   number   1  O.cla;-   Logs   Delivered  or as is  Write or Phone  r.L Halfmoon Bay. Sechelt 22  S' cvc  Tcrepocki.  BUYING A COAST NEWS CLASSIFIED IS IN INVESTMENT  WHICH CAN PAY YOU' LAIIGS DIVIDENDS. 4  The Coast News Thursday January 25 1951  GOOD BUYS AT G.B.S.  Bev  D.D.  Cedar siding: No 1 and 2  com.  per hundred square feet  Cedar S.4.S. reject  material,   per   linial  ft  easing-  1x3 or 4  Door jamb reject - per linial ft  ���fteject flooring per 100 sq. ft.  .14  7.50  long- S.4.S. common each  x6  Koiigli  let  fir per M.  us estimate your job.  65.00  MISUSE SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 53  the  are  TAXI    BUSINESS  FOR SALE  in fast growing- community. New car, fully equipped and  insured for 1951. Approximately 2500 paying miles per  month.  \ Apply  SHELL  PHONE GIBSONS 31.  GIBSONS. Probably one oil  the most popular, by virtue  of the many endors'ations received from all over the Peninsula, is this plan of the  Canadian Leg-ion aimed at  alleviating- the lot of pensioners   and  their  dependents.  Copies   of  this ,have   gone  oni  to   praelticalliy  every   organization      throughout  Province.     EndorsaJtions  heavy.  The Canadian Legion requests .and urges your support^ to the Legion's request  for free hospitalization for  groups, as is provided for Old  Age Pensioners under the B.  C. Hospital Insurance Scheme.  1. Wives   of  Veterans   Allowance-  recipients. ���  2. "Recipients of Widow's  Allowance.  3. Recipients of Dependent  Parents Pensions under the  Canadian Pensions Act.  We would respectfully point  out that all these people are  in   \the    low   income    group.  Married    recipients    of    War  Veterans   Allowance    receive  $70.83   per  month.   Recipients  of Widows Allowance  receive.  $40.41   per  month.   Recipients  of    Dependent    Parents    Pensions    receive   ainywere    from  $30   per   month   for   a   single  single person to $75 per month  for  a  married   couple.   In   all  these  classes,  the people concerned must demonstrate their  need before the Allowance or.  Pension is paid.  In our opinion it is utterly  impossible for these people to  pay premiums under the B.C.  Hospital Insurance Scheme,  and the Canadian Legion  throughout British Columbia is  . "When His Holiness has spoken, we have to bow ..."  That's how Msgr. Paul Emile Leger, Montreal's archbishop, recently commented on the Papal edict forbidding Catholic clergymen from joining service  clubs.   Msgr.  Leger spoke  briefly  to(  newsmen at his palace-where a few minutes before Msgr. Julien  Le Couedic, bishop of Troyes, France, granted a press conference  on his arrival here.   "We are not supposed to- interpret His Holiness' words," Msgr. Leger said. "If we deem it appropriate we shall ���  at a later date issue a statement on the matter . .  ."   Asked  whether the Montreal Catholic clergy would be forbidden to join  the Rotary clubs or attend  their meetings, Msgr. Leger had a'  one-word reply: "absolutely." '  ceive free hospitalization under  the* Scheme, the feme as is  provided for Old Age Pensioners who, if both are in receipt  of the Old Age Pension, receive  $100 per month.  We would respectfully  quest that your1  pass �� resolution supporting  the Legion requests and that  yon write your Member of the  Legislature and send him a  copy of the resolution.  reorganization  This apd That  By  E.  NESTMAN  Mr CLAY Chamberlain is recovering   from   his   operat  ion .According to information,  he should be home soon;  Mrs AI Hammond has gone  into'Vancouver for two weeks  of rest and treatment.  ,.       .,,      ,     ^ Mr and Mrs V.- Green  and  epp.vmced|tha^t^  "'"'"' " f: fNorth Yaneouver. Visiting theV  of  the  sawmill  is   home   once  sagahu- He had to  pivy a visit  to    ,-he ' eastern '-Stages  -fbr  medical  reasons.  According to rumour the  Farnham property is going to  be the. new home of the Farmer's Market shedv That:'will  ���be'�� long walk up close to the  school for those fresh vegetables. ���  Walt Palmer has purchased:  the: co-op. lot across from the  store.  Mrs   Stutchberry's   brother"  and   wife   is' visiting   her fat'.-.'  Granthams'.   He   is  convalesc-;  mg from an injured foot.  Did you'"know the V;.O.N.  nurse made 97 visits in December, 71 were nursing .care  and the others split up among  many other reasons the nurse  has   for  visiting   our  people.  '  ;;^I!age-Tecfently were Mrs Alf  Clark, and  Mrs  Del   Graham.  ^Mrs Bill Swallow ."'is.-;- the  "Lady in Waiting". We hope  to  hear, the  good  news  very  'soon.-:. ' /������ t :���';������]���  Grandad Armour recently  celebrated : his 90th birthday:  and enjoyed a social evening  with the family and one or  two friends. Mr Armour is  still in fine  wish him iho  the future. ."/���-���'  We .notice-  that  Mr  Proppe  shape   and   we  best  of luck in  On the 1st February 1951. a;  newly designed. $l.CO postage  . stamp will be issued. The central  subject of the new stamp depicts a typical: fisherman in an.  open boat hauling in -his net.  This subject is surrounded oy a  Wide border, with a fishnet background upon which are illustrated .;. 16 varieties of fisheries  products that are economically  important to Canada's economy.  The stamp is irifended to publicize the great wealth of fish;  resources found in Canadian  waters, both coastal_and inland^  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  VICTORIA, BC  Owners of mineral claims held by  record and lessees of placer-mining  leases who perform excess work  are reminded that the recording of  the work must be made within the  anniversary year ( claim or lease  year ) in which it is done.  L  ���sesrer   >'  BUSHMAN, world famous-gorilla, was fb'':r.d daad in h's c-^o -t  the Lmcoln Park zoo in: Chicago recent^. The gren ace" 22  years old had been the biggest Single attraction at any ChVog?  zoo for the past 20.years. An estimated 3 000 C00" persons v sit?d  ^?.c^ J^v^ry-, He weighed .550Dounds.-and was -si- feet   t   o Th"eT1j>oasT^r^wXr  rr  ryjqpgpy-^  BUYING A COAST NEWS CLASSIFIED IS AN INVESTMENT  WHICH CAN PAY YOU LARGE DIVIDENDS.  ggftf^;?  1  I  Flowers for All Occasions  PHONE: GIBSONS 76W  Mrs E. Nestman  IMMEDIATE SERVICE  ��  si--i��s8SW��  GOVERNMENT OF CANADA  31% FIRST WAR LOAH BONDS  Due February 1 st, 1948-52  BEARING   CALL    LETTER   'D'   ONLY  HAVE BEEN DRAWN FOR PAYMENT  February 1, 1951  AT $100.50 FOR EACH $100.  Bonds of this issue bearing the call letter shown should  be presented for redemption on February 1, 1951  or as soon thereafter as possible with all coupons of  later   date   attached.  These   bonds  will   not  earn  interest after February 1, 1951.  - ������-... j  BR-13  r  baa id  COUGAR CREEK,  Mount  Elphinstone,  B.C.  Dear Mister, I'am the feller  you was bragging about the  one that reads* your colyume.  and as the colyume is supposed  to be between you and me I  think you should give me a  chance to butt in once in  awhile, eh?  You know you remind me of  our new village commissioner,  Pete McGonigle up here at,  Cougar Creek. "When he and  any other feller gets to talking,  the other feller dont get no  chance to talk ��at all. I guess  you dont want that I should  think that you are like Pete  McGonigle do you? Well anyway what is bothering me is.  that in last week's colyume  jyou started >>ff like- this:  Despite ithe near blizzard -  real tony like this here J.Scott  writing'in a proper newspaper-  and then you stopped and  said that this word blizzard  reminded you of this- here.  Snapper who is a1 caustic and  gets easily paralysed (say,  What is a caustic and how  could I get to be one and save  me some money getting para-  ATTENTION!!!!  ���v   ��� r  ALL HOME OWNERS  ON  THE PENINSULA  NO MONEY  DOWN  Up to 24 months to pay  (Interest at the rate of  Y2 of 1 m percent per  month)  Yes it's  true  providing you have a reasonable   equity   in   your  home and a. good credit standing,'we will supply you with up to $2000 worth  of materials for home improvements inc.aiding"; finishing attic rooms, adding  rooms,.new flooring,  modernizing  kittchen  or  baithroom,  making  basement  rooms, in'terir r or exterior, painting, etc"; etc. Lumber, hardware, paint, roofing, insulation.all may be included in the one plan.  All you need, to use our .    .  Home Improvement  is a good credit standing ���  1 Down  Payment  ON  PURCHASES  $100 TO  -  Credit can be arranged very easily by simply calling  * '      (  Tii at our office and filling out .the special -applica-  ��� t   tion form we have.  ANY ABl0!J|lt;  up to $2000 may be  financed.  Payments  are  due  monthly and you can have from six, twelve, eighteen  or twenty "four months to pay���whichever you may  find satisfactory Down payments'.-aren-t necessary.  lyzed?) And then you seemed  to have got lost in the bloody  blizzard and wandered off into  what you called a liberal meet-,  ing or bright spot or some  place where you met up with,  some old girl friend who used  to do something for a living  that your boy printed upside  down and I never did j?et to  know what, she did for a living.  And from there you went on  and on (say bud where do you  buy your extract?) and I never  did get to know who the bliz-  za'rd despite'd. It is like what  these here politicians think of  themselves when they are  shaving, the morning after  writing letters to editors they  do not like ~ we shall never  know I guess. I am glad I do  not shave so I dont have no  time to think afterwards about  what I  have  been  writing.  Well any way I want to tell  you  that I like your colyume  which   I  read  every  week,  or  any   way  whenever   I   happen  to get the paper which is when  it  does  not gejt blown  out  of  the hole in the tree where the  feller   leaves   my   mail.   When  I get any mail. And it is quite  useful  in many ways  after  I  have read it. The paper not the  colyume. And. just, to show you '  that I am right with you bud,  I will tell you wha�� I said to  a   feller   who   comes   up   here  from  Gibsons   the   other   'day  looking  for some  cheap  acreage with a nice stand of first  growth fir. This feller sees me  reading   the- paper    and    he  says  people  in  Gibsons  never  read it and   he   tells   me   the  reason. And I speak right up  and I says it is not the paper  which smells (only he  did not  say smell)" but that  'f  is  the  ink   which   is   a   lijftle  "strong  I says , just' like that. I guess  that will hold him for a while  eh ?  Oh yes and about this feller  Smith -which called you names  (say whart did he mean by this  here prejudiced,-bad eh?)  because you did not vote for this  Union Steamship, well you can  tell  him thart I voted, for the  other feller too  that  is what.  And you   can   tell   this   here  McNicol that.the next time he  denounces you  he  has  to  denounce   you   and  me   both   (1.  guess  this  denounce  must  be  pretty tough  eh?  Well  I like  it tough.)  Well so long bud maybe I  will drop you a line again  some time.  Your   only  reader,  Cougar John  P.S. Is it all right.with you if  I do not pay for.the paper?  This Gibsons feller I was  telling you about says that no  one there ever pays for it and  they dont think it is no bargain at that he says. '  P.S. No 2 Should I have pasted  him one?  P.S. No 3. Say bud what did  happen to despite the near  blizzard?  , ~*%  :yf��^C  *-:  fHEADS SQUADRON���Fit. Lt. Don  jLaubman, DFC, 29, of Edmonton,  'Ace fighter pilot of the- last war,  ���who has been appointed officer  '���commanding the RCAF's new 416  fighter squadron. The new squa-  jdron which is being formed at  'Uplands airport, near Ottawa will  eventually be equipped with Canadian-built jet fighters.  Too late to classify.  FOR SALE  HAY. Mixed local ha'y $30 ton.  Mrs P. Boi-o-enstrom. 55  HASSAN.S  Pender  Harbour,   B.C.  The  Old-Established  General Store  SUPPLYING FAMILIES.  FISHERMEN AND  CAMPS  Latest in Novelties and  Toys  FISH   BUYERS  HOME GAS STATION  Mechanical  Refrigeration  Fresh Deliveries on Hand  Always  Steer For  HASSAN'S  LANDING  Midway South Shore  &  LEGAL  SER VICE  EARL DA WE, B.A., L.L.B.  BARRISTER     SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUBLIC  Wi?s n Creek  Phone....... ��� 5 J  r  . THANK    YOU - FIREMEN  BELATED they may be , but our thanks xo the Sechelt  Volunteer Fire Brigade is none the less very sincere.  On New Year's Day, a shed at ilhe rear of our property  caught fire and was doomed to be burred completely to  the ground. The Volunteer Fire Brigade with their now,  usual efficiency were on hand within a matter of seconds.  Thanks to Ehein the building was saved.  We are. very grateful.  SECHELT   MOTOR  TRANSPORT  CECIL LAWRENCE m3r. 6 The Coast News  (Continued from page 3)  poverty stricken country as it  <h>as been represented, but a  country of great potential  wealth and one of the few  countries with a surplus in  agricultural production in the  far east.  Ref erances:  Geographical Review.  Economic Guides: Republic of  Korea, Economic Cooperation  Administration, January 1950.  McCune, Shannon, Western  Language Material on Korea.  Institute of Pacific Relations,  New York, 1950.  Kenneth  C. Alexander.  F.A.G.S.  Enter the  'ROUND TRIP BUS  TICKET CONTEST  /  on  "HIGHWAYS  OF MELODY"  Sundays  -Thursday January 25 1951  West Sechelt  BY MARGARET ALLAN  People on the lower road are  mad, Their gardens have been  destroyed by cows. After years  of screening rock, then getting  things to grow, it is not much  fun, and paying for protection  too. The law can be a Pagliacci  at times.  "The Thing" that, they are  singing about must be the  Sechelt Wharf. A nifty little  blow and down she comes, and  we do certainly need it, we  are in a different position  than Gibsons as . far as our  shopping is concerned. Shipping by water is cheaper for  the merchants, if it should cost  more by truck, then it would  have to be passed on to us,  the customer! Then the customer buys from town, which is  wrong as we should buy where  we make our . living, so' we  asked for the wharf, and our  member did his duty by getting it. The gremlins got in  and something to secure it  properly to the mainland was  left out.  Pender Harbour  BY SARAL.  4:00 p.m.  Cj0  R  *DIAL 600  PENDER  HARBOUR,   Mr  J.  Shairp was elected president  of the Pender Harbour Community Club at ia recent annual meeting.  Other "officers include, Len  Larsen, vice president; Mrs  Alice Brown, second vice president ; Mrs J. Wilkinson, secretary ; and Mrs Ethel Larsen  recording secretary.  GRADED MEATS:PERSONALLY SELECTED  Our Specialty is Home made  Sausage   and   Home   cooked  Meats.  Your patronage appreciated.  Weekend Special  MUTTON STEW     54c  BERT'S MEAT MARKET  ��  KNOWLES SERVICE HARDWARE  Phone 33  Gibsons B.C.  ���v<l  We are now planning some extension of items stocked,  so as to be. able to offer the best possible selection under  present conditions - and at the best possible prices.  As your individual needs and preferences will be our  guide*.we will appreciateyour suggestions.  Special Purchase Permits Us to Offer  SATURDAY BARGAIN  i. .... ���  Nickel plated - 2 cell Flashlights, with Focussing Head,  Extra Bulb Holder, Carrying Ring and Steady/ Flash  Switch,. Complete with Batteries ..:....���.......  $1.39  *  Service Is Our Middle Name  - ��� \  Phone Orders and Deliveries  ��  The executive-" committe for  the coming year will consist  of, A. Edwardson, O. Bristow  Mrs Gladvs Klein, Mrs A.  Shairp, Mrs J. Daly, Charles  Reid and R. Murdock.  The meeting further endorsed the Canadian Legion proposal that free hospitalization  be given to widows and dependents of war veteran's allowance and they in receipt of  mother's allowance and widow's pension.  A vote of appreciation was  accorded Mrs Alice Haddock  for the fine work she did on  behalf of the club during her  ferm. as secretary, 'also to AI  Stewart for his grand loyalty,  through the past several years.  February 4 is the date slated  for the next general meeting  of the club in the newly named  Pendeira Hall when a Bond  Drawing  will   be   undertaken.  We are sorry to report that  Art Duncan is a patient in. St"  Mary's    Hospital    while  .Bill  Malcolm has just recently been  allowed to go home.  Mr. W. Duncan, an old time  resident here -and fajther of  Mrs E.A. Edwardson is visiting and renewing friendships  in the Harbour.  Mrs N. McDonald is back  on the job again at Falconer's.  Store, following her illness,  land stay at St Mary's.  Anderson To  Head Legion  PENDE^ HARBOUR. Samuel  Anderson was elected president     of.   Canadian    Legion  Branch 112 at a recent annual  meeting of the unit.  Other -officers include, iW.  Klein, vice president, and Leri  Wray, secretary.^    *  James Sinclair, MP and B.M.  Maclntyre,'.. MLA were guests  tat the meeting when discussion  took place on water and road  transportation.  Mr, Maclntyre brought the  group into the picture in relation to the car ferry while  Mr Sinclair outlined the phone  situation to' the  veteran's.  ANGLICAN SERVICES  January 28.  1951  It '.   Sexagesima Sunday  St  Bartholomew's   Church ......-���.;  Gibsons  11.00   a].nV.    Sunday   School  3.30 p.m. ���_��� '.   Evensong  St. Hilda's Church ���.......,. ,.... Sechelt  ���11.00 -a.m. I................... Holy  Communion  11.00 a.m. .:..  Sunday School  Sft. Aidan's Church ......_... T  Robert Creek,  11.00 a.m  Sunday School  3.15 p.m......  Evensong  THE ANNUAL Valentine Tea  and   sale   of  home   cooking  will be  held  on Friday, February  16,  from 2  till  5  p.m.  ��  1  1  I  I  I  in United Church Hall under  the auspices of the Women's  Auxiliary of St. Bartholomew-  Church, Gibsons.  m  i  i  i  i  I  I  M  I  ft  tin This Bad Weather  Your Car Needs Care  1  I  i  i  I  1  I  1  I  I  m  especially the fuel system which is the heart of your car.  We supply the finest in equipment and knowledge.  Charges   are   reasonable   and   compatible   with   your  1  I  ��  1  I Now More Than Ever i  M -  . ;    : ��� ���:''  m   Does your automobile loom, in the face of war news and  !���: V  1'  ����  I  1'  "cut back" orders, like something that will have to last  for perhaps four or five more years? There are only a  I ������������   r   *  ������;! t?ew'car^equlpa to face that orHeal atlhis moment. Why  a-ir-  :f-  1  I  I  i  l!  IT'S A BOY.  PENDER HARBOUR. Born to  Mr  and  Mrs  W.  Warnock,  Bargain Harbour, in St Mary's  Hospital, January 13, a son.  Both  mother  and child  are  doing well.  FOR NEWS AND VIEWS  READ THE COAST NEWS  WHERE THE CLASSIFIED  ADS CAN ACTUALLY PUT  MONEY IN YOUR POCKET  STANDARD     BRIDGE  By M. Harrison-Cray  Dealer: Sontb.  North-South game.  $K 10 8  10 8 1  -���'���-<*��������  +AJ6I      ���   .  W ������   ������'���������E.'  * 6 3* ������������>��*���'* *  V K9 4 V J 632  ��� A K 10 8 5      ���^7.4 2  All s    .::,��� ������:>*�� Kj?-- ;:  * AJ9? t"  VAQ5  ���.     ��� 6  .;>��� Q 10 9 2  North's    balanced    shape  Induced    him    to    bid    an.  exploratory-Two Clubs after <  One Spade by South and a -  pass by  West.     South then  bid    Three     Clubs,    North  Three    Spades    and    South  Four. Spades. .       /  West led '���'������ K and solved  one of South "s problems  with a Spade switch at ,  trick 2. After drawing  trumps the Club finesse lost  to East, who returned 4> 3.  This was . best defence;  South plays low on a Heart  lead, arid discards V 5 if a  Diamond is led. However,  after a "third round.of Clubs,  V * was led from dummy  and allowed to run to West's  1? 9i This play made sure of  the contract, irrespective of  West's return. m       I  If    West    had    bid    Two t  Diamonds  over  South's  One I  Snade. "���'"' Nt*r t h ' s     correct J  response   would   have   been  Two Spades '  f  I  i  1  ��  I  ���1.  I  1  1  1:  not/ take insurance where  pice is  The byword. We take bate of your ^car, as i�� it were our  own. Every bit of work done on the vehicle is done with  care and precision. Our motto is, a satisfied customer  will always return. We are here to stay and want to  see you back^again.  i  i  I  1  I  m  ��-<  I  1  I  us to assure you of GOOD, CLEAN, EQUITABLE, clear  cut service is tio build our reputation around efficiency  and worthwhile dealing. We follow this theory when you  bring your vehicle to us for the smallest or the largest  repairs.  1   ,.  I .���������',���.���������.  ���',���'��� ' \  pAssuring Transport  ���1  1  I  1  1  1  I  1  j?  m'  m-  It  n  fc-.v  could, well be essential to your well being. Having a car  in your shed, without parts or.ability ^o run is of no  value to you. That could happen in the very near future.  I  I -:  M  I  1  I'  m  The short supply could easily catch you short. Call in   ��  and be PLEASED, SAFE, and SURE by having your  repairs and checking done NOW at the    ^  ��  1  I  1  i  w-  g  I  ���  V.V-i S~A   BUS!  HERE  IS  THE  BOOK FOR  BUSINESS  LIKE FARMERS  The Fa,rm Account Book, prepared  by  the  Dominion   Department   of Agriculture   and  'issued by'the Bank of Montreal  is just the book that farmers  need to keep an effective, helpful record of the yield of their .  farms. The latest issue of the  book  has  now   come   off  the  press,    reports    Tom    Larson,  ��� manager" of the   B   of   M   art  Gibsons and  Sechelt.   "The B  of  M Farm  Account  Book",  he says /'helps a farmer keep  an exaCit check on the produce  of eaich part of his farm, and  the value of that produce. It  includes a permanent record of  varieties, crop yields' and soil  treatments, and also enables a  .farmer to  maintain an up-to-  date inventory of his ma chin-  fry'  and implements.  It helps  him check the development of  his  farm  over  the  year,   and  thus decide where his profits  are  coming  from  and  where  he may need to alter his plans  for  the  future".   It  certainly  pays to know what part pf any  operation   is   making   money,  land   what   parrt   isn't.   Any  farmer who would like a copy  of  this  useful  Account  Book  is invited to apply for it'at the  Bank of Montreal ait Gibsons  I or Sechelt. Either call in when  you 're next in towki, or drop  a line to Mr Larson.  Advt.  (Continued from' page 2)  and    wait   until   you've    got  something    better    than    the  present   schmozzle,    which   is  pretty thin.  I can't imagine why yon  waJit to "get" Sinclair. But  if you do, just be patient. A  man as bad as you say Sinclair  is can't last much longer. Perhaps when you are big enough  to fill the shoes now-'as you  claim-occupied by feet of day,  Sinclair will be dead and  buried..about ai hundred years.  Sinclair is a good man. You  know that in your heart. But  let's just suppose for a paragraph that he is wrong in  wanting to look after the  wharf and float and transportation needs of the people of  the northern peninsula, Let's  just suppose that.  Now, supposing that is true,  wouldn't it be better for you,  as the wiser and more experienced of the two men, to  correct Jimmie quietly, show  him the error of his ways, and  lead him down the path of  proper ^things ? If you want  to serve your. community, as  you imply that you do, won't  you be serving it better by-  attempting to keep ia. good  member - even though he may  not be perfect - by teaching  him quietly such parts of his  business as he may not know,  and have him go on serving  your community? The way  you're going at it, ,you're  going  to   scare  Jimmie  right  ��  WE CATER TO PARTIES  SERVICE  IS  OUR MOTTO  GOOD POOD ��� OF COURSE  Sechelt Tea Room  Mrs. H. M. Parrish, Proprietor  Phone 89  i  /;  FREIGHT SERVICE  :; EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY  Logging Trucks and Trailers  Excavating Shovels Moving Vans  All Building Materials  R. M. INGLIS-T-GIBSONS AGENT  , Phone Gibsons 50  CHAMPION d WHITE  i  ��  i  1-  i  PA.  6539  1075, MAIN STREET  Vancouver PA  9171-2  g  I  i  1  I  g  i  SEE US FOR ALL YOUR LUMBER NEEDS  SAWMILL  Phone 15 M2 Wilson Creek  out  of politics,  and  then the  community will have only you.  Surely  two ��� heads   are   better  than one!  Think it over, Bill. Even if  Sinclair can't do much, working by himself and by lamplight and using his own funds,  the little he can do, added to  your great effort, will be just  that much more accomplished  for  your  community  than   if  Thursday January 25 1951     The Coast News  you  attempt  to  do  it  all  by  yourself.  No implied threats here,  Willie. Maybe some sarcasm.  I'm sorry I missed Jimmie's  meeting on the peninsula last  week-end. It must have been a  dandy. Jimmie loves a; fight,  when he is right.  AI Alscrard  the capable weekly publisher,  AI Alsgard, former co-owner,  with E. Parr Pearson, of this  paper, who still has a liking  and paternal interest in it;  Winner of the 'Best Weekly'  in Canada prize and several  times winner of the best in  various of its many departments, Mr Alsgard's paper, the  Powell River News lias given  The  above  is an article by       .   //i���,,+,- j D\  ���r (Continued on page 8)  '  (��& tm #^ <e&d&m  ^^  L  DOUBLE DISTILL  to<zwa#&z>?z  ROYAL NAVY  DEMERARA    RUM  This advertisement is not published or displayed  by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  Run-down,Worn-out  Weak Women!  Get Rich, Red Blood  Put Vigor in "Life Stream"  Sou can feel "more dead than alive" just because  your blood, your "life stream", lacks Iron needed  for Dep energy Cheer up! Thousands positively  amazed at new vigor, tireless pep, better nerves,  thanks to blood-enrlchlng Ostrex. Introductory or  "zet-acqualhted" size ority 60*. Try Ostrex Toulc  Tablets for new health, pep, steadier nerves, taia  very day At all drug stores.  You'll enjoy the mature perfection for which this famous  Canadian   Rye   Whisky   has  traditionally been noted ... a  perfection recognized by the  people of B.C. who appre  ciate the full-bodied flav  our and mellow richness  of B.C. Double Distilled.  THE  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY  CO.   LTD.  NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.  This advertisement is not puplished or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by the (^vernment of British Columbia,  i  Water, Water Everywhere..  Be sure there's some for you  When buying land, remember that water is essential,  for irrigation, domestic and other purposes. Land  without water is like having- am appetite without food  An adequate well makes your water supply safe but}  if you require the use of running water you need a  Water License.  It is our job to help you to secure the right to the use  of running water..  ( Your WATER EIGHTS BEANCH is ready to serve you  through the District Offices at Kamloops, Kelowna>  Felson and Victoria.  DEPA&rMENT OF LANDS AND FOREST  Geo. P. Melrose,   ���  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Honourable E.T. Kenney,  Minister.  inmBHesa 8 The Coast News *  (Continued from  page  7)  the   publisher   an   eminence  in  weekly circles which make his  Views    important    and    quite  probably correct.  Seasons Why.  These are some of the reasons  why we print this rather caustic and certainly hard to take  letter.  Biit, in self defence we  would like to point out that  Mr Alsgard is unwittingly  guilty of exactly the same  things  of  which    he   accuses.  1, Slanting. No man, including Mr Alsgard can write a  story without slanting. Only  automatons can devise reports  which are not slanted. There  are no,automatons around and  if there were this paper would  not use them.  2. Mr Alsgard based his  arguments on half-truths and  ouit and out incorrect information. We know, where he got  the wrong slant but that is  another story. In his letter, Mr  Alsgard, points out that this  paper should not -, try for  Gibsons alone. We should  think of the peninsula as a  whole.  JJo Priority.  We have checked our back  issue   copies  and  halve  never  once even hinted that Gibsons/  should  be   given   priority   in  anything.  We  do   not  believe  Thursday January 25 1951  Gibsons should be given any  priority at the expence of  other parts of the Peninsula.  We have never advocated such  a policy. We, as a paper are  for the Peninsula as a whole.  3. The letter goes on to say  that Mr Sinclair.is a "bigger  man than the editor will ever  be".  No  argument, it matters  little.  4. The letteit- suggests we  should be big and work for  the good of the area without  ulterior motive; that we are  aiming, at Mr Sinclair's expense, for cheap publicity.  We May Be Wrong.  We feel there is a certain  amount of truth, in this. We  did tackle Mr Sinclair's policy  in >aill belief that we were doing  correctly. The resultant publicity may be cheap but the  .publicity in the sense that  many people talked about the  matter,was hardly cheap unless the honest and some of the  most influential] Liberals in the'  area are cheap and have cheap  motives.  We did not tackle Mr  Sinclair, rightly or wrongly,  with any thought of getting  more subscriptions. That may  he poor business but it is the  'truth. Yet Mr Alsgaird could  be right in his idea, of the  motive. it is usually done that  way but not this time. .  J  **  /  *'  ~\  V  f  p.  li  I  i  Hi-*  ��� <  s THERE IS  NO ONE  TO SAY  NO  TO HIM  Let's suppose you are an ordinary,  average citizen ���  a plumber, a storekeeper,  0 farmer or what-have-you.  Let's suppose, also, you have a  , 12-year-old  son  you  think  is  pretty  bright. You feel that, with education and  application,   he  could   go  a   long  way ��� could rise right to the top in  business,  in  industry,  or in  one of  the professions.  Well, did you ever stop to think  that,  here  in  Canada,  our way of  life ��� our  economic   and   political, system,   if  you , .  want to call it that ��� is whoily geared  to giving  your  boy exactly that  chance?  It is! And  there are examples  all around you.  ���0  Your   boy   may   Have   to   work   hard  and   fight   herd   to   get   the   education  he   requires.   That   won't   hurt   him ��� in  fact it will'help'him. Nearly every  successful  man or woman  has worked  hard and fought hard to become successful.  Eat under  our free  opportunity  system  there h no one to cay ".\?0," to-him ���  no  one to say "Mere is your spot in life,  and here you'will slay for life." The field  is wide opers. There* is opportunity for  every young m?m who hrs brains  and ctbHlW cr.d the e'ei're io ma!;s a  corsI:.��i2��icn  .".:3    Cl  dcvelopiiient and the  general' welfare.  It  is  a   pretty  good  system   under  which  to  bring   up  your children.  Er:?:r:i Columbia federation of trade and industry  ^auBiMTWinftHH'uaaBB'iBiirrwffiwwi  ramnm  VJIT'MWSm  lfw.-rw.  5. We never hinted, said, or  implied that we would take  Mr Sinclair, "down a peg or  two". "We have no axe to grind  with Mr Sinclair. Nothing is  of less importance to us than  his, social rating. We are interested in having only the  best we can get for the money.  We do not care if a representative is bombastic, conceited,  coward or just plain liar as  long as all his good qualities  are centred around, first the  betterment of Canada and  secondly his. constituency.  For Canada Only.  We point out that we hardly  claim Sinclair is even one of  these. But it would not matter  less if he were, provided he  was wholeheartedly trying to  better-. Canada.'  We bow to the advice to  quietly suggest to Mr Sinclair  that he was probably on the  wrong path' with regard to the  wharves and try to show him  why we beleived he was wrong  That is sound, constructive  advice and quite in keeping  with our opinion of Mr  Alsgard. ���  . We have a great admiration  for the Powell River- News  publisher., both as a man and  as *a publisher, that, is' the;  reason we print, his letter.  We believe the letter voices  the belief, secreted in the minds  of many of our readers, and '  therefore we take this opportunity of saying we may have  erred in our manner of correcting what we beleive is-in all  truth, probably only a mistake,  but we stand firm in our motive and denounce any suggestion that we tried for base  publicity.  Rat'he'r than "kiE'?  letter, we feel we may  learned, something iand  - it on to you with the  that itT,Thay clear some point:  of   controversy. ��� '  We aire hot trying to "win"  this argument, if such there  be. We are honestly attempting to do good for this area,  even if we have our heads  chopped off in the doing.  Roberts Creek  By M.M.  DATES to remember for the  future include, January 27  the Badminton Dance at the.  Community Hall; February 10,  ���St. Valentine's Dance, spon--*  sored by the PTA in the Community Hall; February, 24,  Roberts Creek String Orchest-  ra,under auspices of the VON  at Communit -Hall and sometime in March, a St Patrick's  Dance in the Hal",  Mr and "Mi's -Toe Klreii spent  the holiday'"-season- w'.th. Mr  and.Mrs A. Mott at Vender-"'.  this  have  pass  hope  The Coast  News  3  Lines  (15   words)'for. 35c . . 3  Insertions   (same  ad)i. 75c  Extra  words, above '15-word   min.   2c   each   ---   Cash   with   order):.  Notices,   Engagements,   Marriages,-: Deaths,   etc.,    75c   insertion..  LITTLE ADS ... BIG RESULTS  FOR SALE:  WANTED;  BALED local mixed hay, $34  per ton f.o.b. Gibsons. Union  Steamships,  Sechelt    22 -221tf  FIVE ROOM house 6 a-cres  chicken house and barh$2000.  Phone  Gibsons.      7.W. 4  door.  1934   CHEVROLET;   2  Fair Shape.;  Harry   Smith   Phone   28.    10  ��� TEN   HENS 'and   1   rooster,  ....Rhode ..Island ..Reds, ..nine  months old, U.B.C. strain.  ....  Beverly Allan.  Hopkins Landing. 52  WE    HAVE    bushwood    and  coal.  Union Steamships.  Phone 22.  MODERN  .. Kitchen  .. Range,  practically new Clare Jewel  wood burning.      Box 10   54  NEW GAS motor for washing  machine, - enquire |in the  evening. Mrs A*W. Robertson  Gibsons.  A   FULL   line   of   rubbers,  gloves and mitts.  Andersons Shoes.  FOR SALE or trade 10 week  old cocher spaniel puppies,  dark blond males. 1930 Ford  truck, good rubber, in running  order. .Phone 7H2 .Sechelt.  R.H. Henton, Norwesp Bay.55  APPLES. 75c to $1.50 per box  Cooking  and    eating.    King���-  "'apples.: Mrs F. Borgenstrom.55  LISTINGS WANTED.  JOHN COLERIDGE'Agencies ;  real estate licenced and bonded agents ���'(Connection with  H.A. Roberts Ltd!) Listings,  required, attractive to retired  coup!es. Cohtact".bur office or  Coast News Office..  REAL ESTATE listings wan-,  ted.'.-..Gibsons,..to ..Pender  Harbour. H.B. Gordon Box 11  Sechelt Phone Sechelt 31Q.  hoof. While in that neighbourhood, tHey visited ; with ��h e  Murrayv- McKenzies former  residents  of  Roberts  Creek.  Friends will be glad to hear'  they   have   settled   into   their  new environment on .the ranch.  It will be worth our while to  COGGERS       RANCHERS.  Your Ceclar snags can- be  profitable in Shake Blanks.  Contact' H Thompson; Gibsons,  or inquire, Gibsons Cartage. 4  SHAKE    BLANKS,;  shakes,  shingle   bolts  -  number' 1.  Cedar logs, Delivered or; as is.  Cash.    For   full   information  'write''or  phone  7L Halfmoon  Bay, or Sechelt 22.  Steve   Terepocki. 10  LEGAL  New  Westminster   Land  Recording ."District.  ���Take Notice that Universal  Timber Produces, Limited1, of  Sechelt, B.C., Loggers, intends  to apply for a lease of the  following described lands,  situate north of Sechelt Creek,  Salmon Arm, Sechelt Inlet.  Commencing at a post planted  "at the north - west corner of  Lot; .1283; thence west 30"  chains; thence south 10 chains,  more or less, to foreshore of  Lot 354; thence easterly along  foreshore of lots 354 and 1283;  thence north ailong foreshore  of Lot 1283 to point of commencement, and containing 32  acres more or less.  Dated November 20, 1950  Universal-*;  Timber    Products  ''Limited.:;; . -,;..'';;-. V  .i- Horace Johnsony'A^gent; ^.:.'  PERSONAL��� ���'.-  TOWING  and  freighting.  W.j  Nygren,  phone  Gibsons86W \  2890-tfil  ���; . ..;    , .   ���-'���;������  .  ������;���������   ��� ���������' ^  ^ UNWANTED; HAIR i  Eradicated;'������from any part .o'f^j  the-body witii Saca-Pelo, a 're- \  markable; discovery of the age.$  Saca-Pelo contains no harmful'  ingredients, and will destroy|  the hair root.  LOR-BEER  LABORATORIES  679 Granville Street I  Vancouver, B.C. 3  ��������� _���_____ |  visit Vanderhobf to find the|  lure, as George Klein has alsoM  bought 160 acres; in that area. J  J. Olsen and family, old J  timers-at the' Creek,: Have sold J  theirrproperty and ���moved-: to J  Port McNeill. ;    :    '."'.;.||  Mrs A. Olsen, nee Sheila |  Klein, and, baby daughter, are A  visiting with Mr and Mrs Joe ft  Klein; 'Sheila's Parents.  - *���  'I  Cuts operating;'ii_^^^^g^?^Sr^:-i.'^^^--..-i^<?^>^";^is^i^  rbritse/f.. '.^puit&w^^  ml  The "Morrison-Automatic" Fa rm  Lighting Plant,- with the' direct  coupled Petter diesel,: costs 2/3  less to run than a. gasoline machine; maintenance costs are  lower too . .: . operates at only  1200 R.P.M.; has 'fewer working  parts, ensuring -low-maintenance  costs and long service life  No cranking required .. . . "Switch-  starting"  and  self-regulatina,  ,the.  compact  .British    built    Morrison- ^  Automatic   comes   fuliy   equippedS.^  with oU\ .accessories;: isi; ready for W  use  as   soon   as   installed       .: .'.:���; :M  Morrison's   are   world-famous,   no  other plant is "just as good.  Two models stocked 2500 and 5C0O waits}:price complete $? 120 ond  ';.. ,$1480 ���- nor'gKtros.";"'  Immediate delivery,.    Mcx?e5s sxppVte.d up ta 25.0Q0 wg?*s.  wm$��mm  T  ���i&m  jsjc^-socizixajEBncHiassEssasiH  ��� 1VMJ

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