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 S��avI(  1   Published by The Coast News, Gibsons, B.C.  Vol. 4-55      Thursday February 8  1951       5c per copy, $2.00 per year by mail.  "Authorized as Second Class Mail, Post Office Department, Ottawa".  L  egiort s rrexies  ver   gUCHAlID is shown above in the Montreal Canadien's  _.roonfeju^itfter he scored hia 270th goal in hia NHL career  ti# |T��e jwiirk set by the famous Howie Morenz and AnrelJoliat.  Cince^ this photo -was taken Richard has added another notch  ��nd is pow second only to Nels Stewart as all-time goal getter  ta the league. Nele has netted the rubber 323 times in 15 years  Vjf^'^^^^iaMiil^Uift- Rocket iriay jsoiiie day overtake. Richard  "~"'*1i^ralSg^tQ^  Guide's Gti0-  SECHEIiT.   Local (^rjfiiiides  are now arranging:^j3ance.  and Valentine PattyI'tof Sometime this month acc6r|lMg to  ' information. ,; ������'?���?. !���?$������'/ .������.���  Mrs Larsen and Mrs j^earson  were appointed sewing- convenors for the annuaLSJay Tea,  during   a    recent   association  crtill  iwid should set an even higher  $��!**; and is only p years old. _  GJtBJSCfjJ^ and operate the playr  V   in^-ft^ the property owned by  the ^glican^^ ��y the now defunct  (xibscjiti^  A/-'i^^0^^s^^^ signed^  foy ^y*00^^^-i^^^0s:lf^,  ohn ; C^  he   ch^rch^  pd -.Geor^  '"" '''0$&5^  Ripper -meeting  of  ^dnesday?  meeting. - , ?*~  Miss Beth Henton,; Guider  trainer from Vancouver, conducted a series of lectures and  discussions during^ a; \recent  visit to the Guides an^ J|rown~  ies. ',���:������.';.'' <*  Miss Henson give instruction  to the. local group on where to  jprain information which tyowld  rurth^r- - their - usefulness" to  their respective units.  The work and duties of  Guiders were also explained  to interested girls.  Mrs Nestman Defends  ���   .    ��� ��� ';. ...��"'���'  raham  l?iub'..-in: I order Up - rais^|o|^e^|  4th���������:''; which;   to. > e^uipMsthe���;  bunds.; ^'::.<:"vr.'; (,' .".'.7/' -:'^MA-^  Under ^terms   of' 'the   leased  Club; will 'obtain insurance  d will, build and equip-;:laya--  'ies as'well as swings;-teeter  pes of equipment which can  used by younger  children,  ,E��in President George Hunter"  sured  Mr  Oswald  that  the  tab would  immediately start  (uippiiig the field. It is plan-  led  to   start  erecting   swings,  years,, during my tenure of  office  as  Graham did good work for very little  behinid -the situation.  For the past three  water commissioner, Mr  salarv. ���..���"'��� ���   ".'   .  Knowing the treasury was not very solvent, he did every  thing he possibly could for the village..  Owing to .extended territory      '-���������������������; ���5   and resultant added duties, Mr'  Graham felt  he   was   entitled  to a new deal.  .His request was discussed  at.some' length at a committee  meeting, of commissioners. Mr  G rah am was offered : $30 per  month  to   takV  care    of   the  him.  We  trust  may not be too  that  the  difficult.  task  id smaller equipments sob'rt:^  the weather clears;'   ������ -:  A comprehensive plan^ will  i drawn up which will -guide  insmett in: the future. The  roundv ha;d; :previousfly; ;been,  frveyed and preparation, 'had  len made to start construc~  dii of: .a ���playing field. ^ .  , The new .plan iAvill ^decide  e coi^entions issue of tennis  urt, baseball ground or foot-  ill field.  rsEJ. Shaw Heads  .Creek V.0.N1  Cougar Track  Seen Here  lOBERTS CKEEK.  Shaw was re elected  V���  Mr.s B>J.  presi-"  ent  of  t\'ie  VON  Auxiliary  the  annual meeting,  Tues-  ay, he'd at the. home of Mrs  Gumming.  Other   officers   are -Mrs   J.  ack,   vice  president,   Mrs   E.  allis, secretary treasurer.  Visitors attending were Mrs  Eades,  one  time  president  f. the unit, ancl Miss A: Baker,  ^ON nurse.'.7;.."; ���   \.-':)s"><���;. :h;-.r ���  Four dances will 1*3. held  uring the year in an effort:  0 raise th e quota laid down  y the director board of thd  ^ON. Roberts Creek is one of  he few units which met last  ear's quota of $51(j..   ..-, .���;���:....:'.  A bazaar sometime this sum-  <yinr i�� a7c7o ril^v.n^d.  and to ensure that; sufficient  water was on hand at all times  ��� in order to supply- the needs.  A sunt' of $]10 per month  was''to be paid him while"acting as assistant building inspector and . assistant ��� fire  marshal!.,* ���  ������ For use of his truck, Mr  Graham was to receive $20.per  m'nth while a guarantee of  $100 per month was entered  into.  In order to earn the monthly  $100,, Mr Gra ham was to be  given the opportunity of earning the shortage in servicing  the water works. If: he earned  more than $100 per month',  .naturally, he wras; entitled to  that also.  Mr  Graham   felt  that this '���.  deal was not satisfactory and  reguested $100- per month flat ������  rate as his maintenance fee.      ���  I feel this matter should' be .  made public, as there are many  rumours and. distorted stories  rampant. The true facts should  be known.  .Commissioners  accepted  Mi,:  Graham's resignation I  ered a 'no' vote.  In my opinion it is  able that this, had to happen.  Mr Graham has . given the  village the best service, it  could  expect  from   anyone;��� ���.. -  It is  now  the   new'water  ^ o yyi -'vi i tjei op ��}��� 'S   t �� sk   t.O   T" PP^ ft ".'��  SECHELT.      Cougar     tracks  have    been   aic(ted.   outside  the. Indian Residential School.  This recalls again the story  of the three cougar which fell  last fall to the deadly cooperation of James Dewar, his pack  of trained dogs, Percy Cliff,  Corporal Les Lane and Coir  sjtable" W.A. Peterson, R.C.M.P.  who, following information  "that cougar tracks had been  seen in the vicinity of Roberts  Creek, tracked and destroyed  three of the marauders.  .The big cats have been prowling closer to; inhabited :,areas  following deep snow andpiard  frosts in the upper reaches.  This is the first report of them '  actually being within pouncing  distanct of Sechelt.  OFFICE ROUTINE  TEAMING STARTS  regist-  regret-  WILSON CREEK. Mrs J.  Renton and Mrs C. Maywood  have opened classes for shorthand, typing and bookkeeping  in  this  area.  Answering the "increasing"  demand for tuition, the two  ladies decided to open a school  for they who wish to ' learn  the   art  of  office   routine.  Glasses are held in the home  of Mrs M. Haywood.  SECHELT. Captain Andrew Johnston was installed as president  of this area's Legion Branch at the annual meeting, Tuesday.  ���������"Erie Ihglis was installed as president of Branch 109, Gibsons,  at similar ceremonies there.  Both units have been backing the brief presented to the  .government on behalf of  pensioners, and widows and  dependents of pensioners *in  relation tio lowering of hospital fees.  In accepting '^he position,  Captain Johnston announced  he and the unit "would bend  every effort to clear the large  Legion Hall   of   debt   in   the  CONSTRUCTION  COMPANY BORN  GIBSONS.  Something new in  the  building line  has' been  added.  This area, Recording to Cliff  Gray, one of the partners, has  its first construction company.  " Harry Smith and John  Cattanach are the other (two  interested in the firm known  as the Peninsula Construction  'Company.  In: the: words o��" Mr. Gray,  "we think this area is just on  the threshold , of big things  and we are going ��0 help it all  we can.  Mr Cattanach, a native of  Forres, Scotland,; is a well  " known carpenter in the area  having worked- on several jobs  as an independent contractor  and has also done work with  the Federal ^Government on  various V.;whairves    throughout  . sons Grocery, is :a popular.figure in public life here. He is  -a member of the Board of  Trade and- Lodge 130 of A.F.  and A.M. He is also ai qualified  draughtsman with years ot'  experience as architect and  cost planner.  Harry Smith was born in  New Westminster and came  here in 1927. Following school  he learned his trade as engine  fitter with Eaisthope Brothers  of Vancouver. Harry spent  four .years with the Royal  Canadian. Navy and following  his 'discharge has been in the  coming year".  "I am fully confident the  club' can throw off this -load  Captain Johnston said. "We  shall also continue our eharji-.  .table work,. and .will -do "* our  utmost to look after the needy.  The president pointed to the  new Cenotaph  completed and  dedicatedV'i&^-v^^.\He^landed'.'  the   members ;4oi7//|ih'eir_^inc ''���'  efforts on behalf of the1 project. - :���������/���:.���'- ";,-'-. ./��� "'���������  Captain Johnston also sent  but van invitation to every  veteran in the area to " come  and; join us. We are fighting  for every yeteranvand; it is to  . the   benefitv, of   every. one   of  ���'.'... then^-tp^  movement^  Eric;Tnglis- echoed the idea,  1 of increased 'membership.   Mr  Inglis will lead his unit during  the coming j^ear along the -path  of  increasing   the   work   done  for the youth of the area.  %    lit is the intention of Branch  109  to. broaden  its efforts on  behalf.of the unit and its many  charities   also   youth   training.  ' Dances will be sponsored  during the coming year in  order to aid the Legion Scholarship fund which is being.  . sponsored by the Gibsons  branch. At least one student  will be granted sufficient  money to continue his scholastic studies at the university  of his choice, by virtue of the  plan now under way.  cement    contracting    business  here.  Mr Eric Thompson of  Hopkins Landing will act as  legal adviser for the firm.  NEW MAIL SERVICE  FOR GAMBIER ISLAND  GAMBIER. This Island will now get mail three times per week  according  to   an   announcement  made   by" James   Sinclair,  M.P; who has been fighting for better mail service for the island.  Following is the letter from  Mr Sinclair.  It has been difficult to provide a: decent service for  Gambier Island since the Union  Steamship . cut down their  schedule.  The Post Office Department  has now agreed to using the  school boat between Hopkins  Landing and N.e-w Brighton  and so. supplying New Brighton and Gambier Harbour with  three mails a: week, Monday,  Wednesday, and Friday.  This will also help facilitate mail delivery in another  fashion, the letter hinted.  It will help the postal department when all mail destined for this -area can be funnelled   through   Gibsons.  Sinclair's Help  Requested  ROBERTS CREEK. Robert  Macnicol was guest speaker  at a recent meeting of Branch  219, Canadian Legion, when  the subject of discussion was a.  brief "Preparedness" submitted by the Legion Dominion  Council to the Federal Government.  The meeting sent a resolution to James Sinclair, M.P.  urging support, of the brief.  Mr Sinclair had previously  suggested what his action  in this matter would be when  he spoke at a public meetmg  in   Gibsons. ~2"~  TiVB UOaSfJvews      rnursuay���reoiuai; -w   x^x  Homework!  ---: '   ��� -.v.^7?" -'-' ���'���"���'.'.-���r��.'Ci  VV;^'-"-':v-.^i..-��^'-'"' **-.c?:..  ..:^p^fe^^.^g^^^  Water Should be Next:  THE VILLAGE of Gibsons, like a caillow  youth's mother, finds that her problem  is no longer the making over of clothes from  Pop's old 'handme downs'. She now has to,  from some as yet untapped som*ce, find new  cloth from w^ich to construct proper' garments.   . - ;"���''������������  Village fathers are now fa'ced with, the  biggest job they will have for many years to  come. It is time they buckled down and  planned an overall program for supplying  water to village residents.  Gibsons and the Village Commission are  in the same position as the mother. They are  now faced with the huge problem of planning  and installing a water system that is more  than a network of patches and silly littje pipe  additions here and there. \  This village has grown to '{twice its normal  size within a matter of days, and village  .fathers are going to be caught napping.  ��>.,. ;This year, and the decisions made this;  ryeaf, will have far reaching effect on the happiness, comfort and economy of future Gibson-  ��� ites.  There are -several points that should be  'discussed and thoroughly investigated before  some  one comes  in  wiith  another  $8  or $10  thousand bylaw which will only result m a  "water system like Joseph's coat.  *������   I Wiiat will the income of this village be  in 10 or 20 years from now, taking into consideration probable expenditures. This has to  <$>e guesswork we know, buit accurate forecasts  ���: tan be made.  2 Whatwili be the probable population -  faking into consideration Port Mellon and the  increase  from  the  ear  ferry.  3 What' is immediately needed in. the  water department and how will that work in  with a long term plan. In other words, jus.t  how soon must action be directed on this  pressing subject?  4 How large a money bylaw will be needed  in order to put over a comprehensive, encompassing system,  complete  with  steel  or  cast  iron pipe?  We were lucky in having Mr Bracewell  -refuse to sanction the recent $7500 bylaw.  That Was another stopgap measure which  would have remedied only part of a many  portion problem. ''/P ./���:.'Pi 'hP\...//-/il'fv'.X-  Our pump house ahcj spriug>g.6'uroJB;.|(jiipi]ild'  be properly protected but evc;n with 50 foot  walls it will only cater to a fmali portion of  the potential. The reservior needs repair,,  according to Commisoion Chairman Mrs E  Nestman. "���'.'���'"'.'..". ''.\.'.i^.  We most earnestly suggest that this problem be tackled with a view to 20 years from  now. -We know,- and'you know, that only by  spending a hundred dollars now can we save  thousands later. *  It must be remembered the cannery, needs  new pipe in the very immdiate future. There  are'sections of the newly incorporated village  which is entitled to -waperl.; There is a very  limited supply of wa^erf^the inomeht; emanating from, the old cannery.property just  bought, by the village. True^ the,,water shortage .  may be only for a matter of Va,�� day in the  middle of a dry summer, $ufr that is the clue.  What will happen when subscribers are increased three: fold?    \{pp,lP?:r:. :������"'������'���  Has the village couneilyahy idea:of where  it is gohig on this huge job?v  Will dt.continue td/patchy and mend and/  scrape  and borrow parts-?: Or will it get its  teeth into the problehij^fhe most pressing in  many long years? V i^ V ./  'v       -,  In planning a waterJprograni, we suggest  a sum of money be laidaside^w to  pay for  a  competent" manto 'study  and re-  eoniend, \.PP'p,~'*''��� ''-'���' ;Vt:'J"';. '.'������':  This is a big job, and will take/imagination and resource. Leave for later, ideas about  beaches, playgrounds, and rezoning.  The youthful village- has grown up. 'Hand  me downs' will no longer do. It is time for  the village to buy a complete/new bolt of cloth  and the pattern wherewith;; to make a satisfactory garment - fit jifbr this community of  progress and initiative^  Cut your cloth friends, but cut it with an  eye to waste, and cut it very soon.  Reader s Right  THANKS, FIREMEN.  RIGHT *   -  EDITOR, THE NEWS.  SIR. Re.  our Volunteer fire  brigade.    They    cannot    slide  down  at brass pole.  They  are  scattered from here to there  and they have to answer one  of the wierdest noises it is possible to answer.  We have to strain our ears  to hear it at noontime. But at  three in the morning it can  really get but and blow.  That was .our ; awakening  recently, but in less "than 10  minutes the Volunteer Fire  Brigade had gathered from the  four corners of the area and  we could' hear the trucks'aaid  fire equipinent rolling up the  Sechelt Road.;�����;.;.'���  ,p'p  Bsayj "Hats :bff. to the fire.;  brig^adeV   and;-thank yOU?,^ v"  ..- Ldpn't knfw if:the |ire Hvas  big?- or -^njalf J|it 1 �� eel a���;' lpt<  safer when th%y^an .work at"---  thk!t;.speed.:;-; '���'.>. ....  .; Sincerely^:?; ;: G .Robinson.  "i  EARL DAWE, B.A., L.L.B.  BARRISTER     SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUBLIC  Wilson Creek  PHone-...-...  FARMERS, MAD.  EDITQRSlpE^  l:'W:mv:McFaddettl  M' Optometrist '��� |  GIBSONS  Phone. Gibsons 91 ;^  'k ^y; Off ice    Hours    f \  ^,....,__ 9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.: ���  .jiV^yenings by Appointment H  %(*���^Eyery day except Thursl M  |p Why}:^>;to.Vancou^er^for A  'II:'.'.-."���   'i Optical Service?-'"^ f ft  ���m-.: -.,���>.:���:���? -:.;: v -v���-:��� -.'/,:"\\-.:������ g  . tg,,-:    :.:.,'��� ^ ,.-^..v-    v        m  I'  I-  the caption"''This an  the "directors of this Institute  take exeepition to misleading  reporting. -��� ;v ;  Perhaps there was a touch  of mild satire in the mind of  your reporter, when she used  the word joshed' wheh:i refer-  ; ring" to We' market building. It  would have been proper to use  a- more* appropriate word. Her  -   imaginaition   must   have  been  running    riot     on     the    last  thought - re the public walking up the steep hill to buy  vegetables.     ' ''      ^  Do  yoa not  think  thai? i,t  ,would  be for  the  betterment  of your paper  if facts  were  printed   and   heft  foolish  ru-  mours?i  While  business,  is  busiiless  with   the  Farmer's  Institute, v  the' executive   aiid   members,  with  few  exceptions,  have   a  fine sense of humour but they  object to being associated with  publicity that is of a shallow  ; and  misrepresentative  nature.  The  building that  is being  moved to Mrs Farnharm's property is intended to  be used  acat  meeting   place, for   the,  Institute's..activities, and will  he ��� etreeted   on -a    temporary;.7  basis.   .-.'.-  . ������ We hope to report to    you  later in regard to the market.  Margaret LeFuevre v  Sebyf Hovfe   Sound  Farmejr's ,>  Instituted  FORMED IN 1885 to inanu- ,  facture home thermnstats. the  Minneapolis - Honeywell Regulator Company today makes  some 8,000 different devices.  The diversified operation vir-  lAially blalnkets the. field of  automatic-Control.     '''" ���:'  rE.TjEAD:/; ;;���;;> ���*:/���;������'��� ->,  TBE tiAi^IJg^TH ': \  l>ry Goods     ,'. J ..'.��"���  '���ir'1'!$���*,';:������  ������ .-:'    -.'-���i-'-K   !. ..  ,���������..:.->Chrna^^'Ih^.^'r: ���.  New, frfsh; Supplies  A Complete Stock  of Kitchen and  ,   Home Essentials  MuMbbCK's  MARINE  SUPPLY  lender Harbour, B.C.  <1% *CHEEg'LY MAN ^=3*0  Qb h(ancy X>#wton, bio! ...    :.^��� ..  Cbeer'lyman,  She's got m motion, bio ..  '   .    .. ..-. Cbeer'ly *$**! ,>|  For over a century. Lamb's Navy t|  has been the call of those who know  lu  '��� good rum.   Smooth and mellow, it   ���  'is matured, blended and bottled in : P  Britain of the finest Demerara Rums.  Lamb's Navy Rum  *TiiJs advertisement is not published or !��  displayed by the Liquor Control Board or :'|1  \sy the Government of British Columbia.   ^J(j  ^* An old'sta shanty  '3  13'  SEE  US FOR  ALL  YOUR, LUMBER  NEEDS  SAWMILL  Phone 15 M2  Wilson Creek A SCRAP  OF PAPER.  By Alexander  IN THE WORLD today, where  ever we look, there is war  or rumors of war. The solemn  undertakings between nations  have been violated, treaties  have now in truth become  scraps of paper.  In the days of the Crusades,  It  was  war  against  different  religions,. then  wars   of   eon-  quests   for   territorial    gains.  The  first, great   war   was   a  struggle for the domination of  Europe.     After    the    uneasy  peace of the twentys and the  thirtys, we had a,truly global    war,    a    struggle    against  dictators  by   the   free   world.  Now we are fa;ced   with a far  more    vast    struggle -against  conflicting   , ideologies.    Brute  force against brute force.  What     will     another     war  ' mean! Let me tell y.pu. .In. the  perversion of science we have  pla'ced weapons  in  the  hands,  .'.of nations,  that .if iised,  may  we'll mean the...end of civilization asVwe know it., for if only  . one-of these'weapons, the at-  - omie bom'b "is used to its ultimate   efficiency:   THERE'IS  I NO    DEFENCES,    the;    after  ' effects  op ���the  atmosphere  of  the     world     is     incalculable.  i When  are we  going  to  learn  that war settles nothing, and.  'there is "no war that will end  war. ��� ���      ���''..'.���.  i. >  Great   as   the  atoinicvvbpmb  is,   there"   is   something   even  \ greater, the human, mind that  : made ' it,;-'along -with truth and  | good  will, : theses iare ; greater  than any weapons. With their  use it is possible to roll back  the *great   dark   clouds   that  ��'treaten to engulf us; and bring  sanity to the world again;.  1 How can we go about it. We  ^veV^seen-;th:e^;iCIS^.^-n%M-  Sis* of profa^i^ig $M  Key,   of all nations,^ ;tise thist  |)ol  against^ the  free^.; world.  l'$ self evident, that  we   do  ^t realize: how this  is'done.  st  let  Mr  Veshihsky  wipe  s .nosev at a5meeting^pf, the  ^tited Nations  ana1 we ^ have  e earth shaking news served  in all the papers   of   the  orld. Let any leading Insky  1 the free world today make ���  try fool lying statement  and  '. is news to   our   world.   Dp  ou think that Joe Statlin and  js bully   boys* do   not   know  lis. You bet they do, they use  le free presses of the world  for    communist    propaganda,  rithout let  or hindrance for  I  lie   repeated  often   enough  rill stick. If you don't believe  j.e pick up any magazine or  ^wspaper, or if you are really  terested read "Mein Kampf"  k the late Adolph Hitler to  ;  e how a nation can be confer ed by the pen. The differ-  iee is that Russia does it on  kworld wide scale. ;_ ������','���'  What  are  we   doirig^ about  i we sit like silly sheep, with-  bt a notion of what it's all  jbout and  only use  ai feeble  i$0i#i    id   .counteract    tBi&  pison, on a few radio station  Earned  to reach   the Russian  ennle.  If only   one of' the* many,  ijllions of   dollars   that .are  [ping into defence .was, tisedv  |y; resolute men in ailplanned v"���;.  iffort  to    spread    the   truth-  bout the free world amongst  |ie  Russian people,  using es-"  aped ^Russians on  the  radio,  rith  the help of their, under-  ;round,  we  wouldvtfihd ;that  he., so   called  iron  curtain   is  nil    of   ^b^es^    DiscPrd    and  ihally revolution would Oyer-';.';  hi*ow  those   sinister   men   in���  he  Kremlin,   this  is   Stalin's  ightmare, and the reason for  le iron curtain.  We must arm, certainly for  kny weak nation, is a dane-en  boint, science must lend itself  is  The Coast News  3  Thursday  February  8   1951  Crew members of the Canadian frigate La Hulloise stand at  attention as LiELT. COMMANDER PHILIP KELSEY (left, on  gangplank) is Diped aboard ihe vessel in New York, to extend  greetings of Rear Admiral W. S. Deianey. Third Naval District  commandant. LIEUT. COMMANDER T. C. PULLEN of the La  Hulloise stands ai the bottom of the gangplank to return" <Kel-  sey.'s salute. Moored in background is the Canadian frigate  Swansea, which, with the La Hulloise. arrived in New York on  an officers' training cruise from Halifax. Cmdr. Kelsey is director  .  of welfare for the Third Naval District. '  Flowers for All Occasions  mqmV-Otmkov^ 76W  Mrs E. Nestman  IMMEDIATE SERVICE  ^^^'^^t^^^'r^^M  Ks^iias^^R^ft^iiis^  Sechelt-Jervis Towing Company  Your Local Complete Marine TOWIIf^SERVIC^  .AGENTS.:^  t v.;-  "Pender Harbour:  Bill; Donley���^Phone:., Sechelt  11S2  Gibsons. Reg.  Godfrey-^-Phone:  Granthams 56^  Nanaimo: Phone 555���Night: 1497 or 305'  Vancouver:  Phone PAeific  4558;, (Night: KErr.  6352  Phone Us Collect for Quotations  "Tractor Transport^ No; 1'* ��� especially equipped for  hauling cats, trucks and logging equipment by sea  Log Towing  Scow Towing  Pile Driving  ,  Dredging Wharf and Float Construction .  Breakwater Construction .Marine Salvage  Salvage Pumps: ; <  'usiness and Professional  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  BEER BOTTLES  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   ad-  ��� , vise   you.   Call,   phone   or  visit    C.     G.     Ballentine,  Bal's  Block,   Gibsons  Res.   Phone   Granthams   79W  ELECTRICAL WORK  Reliable Electrical Repairs  Applia'nces,   Fixtures,   Radios  -  Washing-Machines  Everything-,. Electrical  Gibsons Electric  Phone   45  FLORIST  Flowers   for   all'-  occasions  We   are   ag;ents   "for   large  Vancouver florists  Fast .service   for   weddings  "   ���    ���   arid .funerals, -��� ; v  .*-,'���  .;;';.:        Jack Mayne >;.-y,<.:���������''>  �� Phorie^.Secneiti. ..2&.; '-^tix-Ji&i&lSL  GENERAL HAULING  Grave],     Lumber,      Contract t  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  HARDWARE  i-Youll enjoy the mature per-  , .{ccltipA,. for^lich-this, famous  'C^^^dia^C^ye :^hi*sky   has  traditionally been noted ... a  perfection recognized by the  people of B.C. who appreciate the full-bodied flav-///4^^W|  our and mellow richness  of i.C. Double Distilled.  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 ������_... Gibsons B.C.  r   BuUdcr's H^i^d\yare  ���Paint.  Plumbing  Appliances  Complete   Installation  . Maintenance  Service  DELIVERIES  TO  ALL  POINTS  THE  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY   CO.   LTD.  NEW WESTMINSTER, EUC.  (Continued  on  page  7)  This Advertisement is not Pub lished   or   Displayed  By  The  Liquor Control Beard Or BY The   Government   Of   British  Columbia.  THE GREAT LAKES, with  the St. Lawrence River,  form one of the world's notable fresh - water transportation routes. From the Strait  of Belle Isle at the northern  entrance to the Gulf of St.  Lawrence to the head of Lake  Superior   is  2,338   miles.  PLUMBING  Plumbing and Electlieul  Supplies,   Fixtures,  .   Service  Sechelt Building  Suppies  Phone   60  PLUMBING and HEATING  Sunset Hardware  ....GIBSONS  Registered     Plumbers  PLUMBING  Sales   and   Contnierig  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'',  ���.. /.'    ' ..-���  CoMn Wingrave  Gibsons.. B.C.  TAXI  -*;*'  P^  :'/'������ ':'~24Jfour^:^:y&}no;,\ ."���;������_  '.. ,;2 :��� Phones'}C';>)-%, Cabs'.  WILSON   CREEK   and  .    SELMA   PARK  Phone Sechelt 6<J  Taxi Sir  ?  call  BILL HUNTER  Sechelt   48 ' '  TR ANSFERS-TRU 3KS  Hansen Transfer  GENERAL  CARTAGE  Phone  Sc.efc<'lt   2S  Sechelt.   n.C.  WOOD  SNOW COMING?  Get your fuel while  we can mow around.  Phone* Kswi  Vernon  Gfh.v*M).'-'  7  L  WANTED  WANTED  Shake Blar<Us.-Shakes,,  .,    Shingle. '��� f^^*:,'^����T^ei?-;-;i  Cedar   Lo/jv*   i>>\lvered  ok "as is  Write or f*h��we  7.L Halfmoon R-.v. Sechelt 22  Steve   To-epoeki.  OFFICE WOJ:k  BookeerNiv ��r   Tr p"n�����  Two  C"Rf-;-v ���  r**v Week.  $12.50   r<-'   month  Apply   liy'ii,    \   M-wv/ood  Phop ���   '���' {)   5C  Mrs  -^.   T^'i?\Mii  Phon-    "'������  '.   83M    ' The Coast News      Thursday  February  8   1951  mm  Peninsula Construction Co.  i  Head Office  Phones  Gibsons B.C.  94 and 28  Congratiiiatioes  % SCHOOL NEWS  Bonded  Licensed  mci  Insured  remodelling  alterations  COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL  Estimates free Plans Prepared  1  I  I  AND  1  I  i  P  1  CUFE CRAY  HARRY SMITH  JOHN CATTANACH  IN FORMING THE NEW  Peninsula Construction Company  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  ,1  I  \7V6*U 70 foot  j;V  Sechelt Theatre  M.6.M. Proudly Presents  A Great Musical  ... in crisp, thin wafers. If you at*  dieting, eat whole wheat in this  delicious form ,-.    ���   ~  totetctdlttf t/te     __'  ��� V-  PEEK FRfAN'S VITA-WEAT  WHOLE WHEAT CKiSPMEAD  IS LOW Hi CALOUES  25��  ��� OZ. PACKET  PEEK FREAN'S  V  A  VAN JOHNSON  JUNE ALLYSON  JIMMY DURANTE }  10 BIG STARS AND BAND&  22 MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS  PinYMiss this Great Show  TJEiU^SDAY FEBRUARY 15  SATURDAY FEBRUAR^f!  'tit  8 P.M.  9P;Mf  *  By MAUREEN  ROSS.  SECHELT   SCHOOL'S g boy's  -team walked away winners  in a.recent basketball tilt with  Gibsons boys under' coach.  Walter Sandberg. The score at  the end of a fast moving game  was 25-20.   ���  Girls     from     Seelielt   . also  tangled  with  the   girl's: team  from  Gibsons  with the  latter   \  walking away on the long end ''���;  of a 16 - 9 score. \  Sechelt Girls. Helen Derby, ��  Shirley McNu|tt, . Karen - f  Stoclcwell, scored 5 points, i  while Nome Pratt counted 4 |  tallies. This team was, as were f  the boys, under coaicti Mrs f  W.Rankin, f  Gibsons team consisted of I  Graice Grey, 2: Bev Gray,6; $  Dawn Davey, Anne MeLeod,4; J  Norma -Wallis, 2 : Arlene Hicks $f  Bftv Kane, Elaine Zwick, 2; |  Gilda Rdtz and coach, Mrs Ei J  Kane.  ���..   ���        ' .-." p  Gibsons ^Hish Jls looking ^|i  forward to a basketball^ game ^  with Squamish on March 10.  ZERO AT SECH|T  '..v' "���' BY  E.W. .  i   Elements,   strong .on  dtity  -   TnThe '��>{jene:   * twas . natural  '"beauty   ', .   -������   P   ��� ��� . J  also great and worthy of; cheer |j  Elements,  strong  on' ctnty   . jj  In Wirlter, first month of year. |  The- SrioW::- 'twas  lying eyen^l  nothing     Its     surfa^; ��� had  churned '".'���'."���" ",' ,   %       ��� J  Too cold perhaps, ^ne vreasoriV  Registered zero' we learn.  The ^un: ;'twas ^then not|  shining ��� ������ ^- .��� ..;. . P " ���. f|  OrY usj "it -grave usvnoichefe '  That 'Others; txm fweretjpinin  Hoping, it would re-apjfear.  The    Trees V   'twas. i&t    q  nllossom  The coat they now had to wedi  :^m^^^mW^%<>no4  twas  i  w  We Cordially  Invite You To Pay An Inspection Visit To Your  FRIEJIDLr APPUMCE MD *'������'������"��������������  ~"V  WTTH SHORTAGES LOOMING, THIS MAY BE THE  LAST OPPORTUNITY ..OF  VIEWING ..THE APPLIANCES  OP THE FUTURE   TODAY.  The display will include the  latest design in refrigerators,  55 radios, electric stoves and will  feature many of the appliances  which have made the name  WESTINGHOUSE a byword  for satisfaction wherever appliances ar^vSpld.  ���'*--��� $   ���.:���������  1 ' We believe this encompassing  i ���-.'������'.''       .���'"���''���"������'���'���  ]������  review of the future, now on  f   our shelves will be enlighten-  ���    ing in its scope and clarity.  Don't Miss Our  SATURDAY  REFRIGERATOR    SPECIAL  ���where.  The;   Kiddies  see them        ���  Fun they were having not fea  To  parents,   nipn?  a  probM  : Of darige^plerlisps quite nejfi?  The Bir^s;: ^ twas so differe  Beauty adverse to their^.jhee  Elements, so defiant,      '?    ���  ^Twai: kind to giye them; a fee|  ^he   Facts: . 'tvyas   cause   ^  vv-riting.        :  This  record  for .you, .1   fell  Scenes  <\i -beauty:, -r'ee'alflinsr  :TWAS ZERO AT SECHEti|  W0W V0& GST  \  IN THE GREAT NEW  The .big and beUor lool��R3; V7est-  :inghouse: "TRUE-TEMP"- Rsfrig-;  erator gives you it.pre of everything that's new in modern refrigeration!    More  room   for  frozen  Oil Burner Sales   j  OIL BURNER ��ALES for 195|  may be as much as 20 pei  eevt above last year, piievioil  industry high, a study recentlf  completed  by  Minnea.DO. is  Honeywell Regulat" r. Compa^  Ltd.," revealed.   Forecasts   ai  for some  90 000 automatical!  '���fired central heating units 'tj|  be  installed:;this year.   ; ' ��� " J  i  'C^&z^i'-i  1  ^^Jf^S^^i''��� more, room for m  y^T^'g(es .. ..." more storage^  ... rapre-'Vfront rpjfv''.vshjeff spqce��,.  more; cbld/'-fajter^'-itetidierl'-.'-'JEx-,?'.-..'  elusive "TRUE-TEMP" Cold Cpn-  trol automaticallyprovidescprrect;  zones of cold for all foods> .-Corne .  in tomorrow for free demonstration  ���  ask about the   WestinghbusV  5-YEAR   PROTECTION  PLAN ���  space,;.   ���    .   ', 'Ok: .. " " ' f  Terms according to  Grovern-  ment regulations  ���������I  "SUPER tICOOO  DELUXE 7"; % *<S3y-yw  ALSO DELUXE 7 ���; 8MW  I  Stamps |  PKone 45  i  Weak, Rundown?  KNOWLES   SERVICE   HARDWARE  Want Vigor, Vitality ?  Thousands positively amazed to get  bo much vigor, taking Ostrex. For  low vitality due just to poor blood,.  low in iron, that keeps so many rundown, fagged-out, nervous. Introductory or. "get-acquainted'' ��� size  . vnly 60^. Try Ostrex Tonic Tablets  lor new pep, energy, stronger nerves,  vigor, vitality, younger feeling,  ;6hts very day. At all drus stores.  WORNOUJI  NERVOUS  DROWSY  NO PEP  1 ALWAYS!  TIRED? 1 SP&SS!  mm��mmg^%mmmmmmz^i0m^m%mam%^^2  I'"-  ��5S  Ik  AM. LOWE, D.D.S., L.B.S.  IMMEDIATE LABORATORY SERVICE  Phone 20 H 2  ss^ij^  Corporation of The Village of Gibson's Landing.  WANTED  Waterworks Caretaker for the Village of Gibson's  Landing (This is a part - time job) Application may be  made in writing or in person. Committee representing  the Commission will interview applicants for the position  on Friday, February 16, between the hours of 2 and 4 p.m.  at Municipal Hall.  ���'TiUti VQCii :.Vft<s>;>-AfiT" .    is  *;. is the goal of our departmjenta. 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; sanitory inspectors,  tuberculosis clinics and care, venereal  disease control, immunization, laboratory  and other services. All of these are designed  to protect your health.      -      .  A WFLFARE BRANCH which makes  available to you competenD assistance through  the services of trained social workers. There  are also benefits such as Asocial allowances,  mother's allowances,- old; age and blind  . ��� pensions, child protectfioai and > adoption  placements, and medical, optical and drug  services as well as hospital care.  Hbspi#i^i��SOT  which protects you from staggering hospital  bills. While you are in hospital, this service  covers the cost of public"- ward accommodation, case - room and operating - room  facilities^ anaesthetics, dressings, ward nurse-  ing care, available X - ray, laboratory aiid  physiotherapy facilities ..and hospital maternity care. The only i'sqiureinent is ..that  your premium be paid. ";!���'.   ''"'"' ;J:  ��  i  m  I  4  CALL FOR TENDERS  BRITISH COLUMBIA POWER COMMISSION  CLOWHOM FALLS  DEVELOPMENT  1 , Sealed tenders in triplicate will be received until  12 o'clock noon, Pacific Standard Timfe, February 19,  1951, by British Columbia Power Commission for the  clearing of the section of the right-of-way from Sechelt  (Porpoise Bay) to a point nine miles distant for the  transmission line from Sechelt to CJowhom Falls.  2 Tenders shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope  marked:; Tenders for Transmission Line Clearing,  Clowhom Falls, Sechelt", and addressed to:  *   '  .' S.B. Marshall, Esq.,  Secretary,  B.C. Power Commission,  P.O. Box 550,  > Victoria, B.C. ;'y  .��*-.     Cppy of the Specifications and drawings may be  obtained  from the  Commission's  offices  at  Victoria,  Nanaimo or Sechelt B.C., or may be seen at the office  of t&e^ecre^a^;&  Exchange, 342 Wjest lender Street, Vancouver, B.C.  4 Tenders will be opened in public at the Commission's office in Victoria at 2*,00 pjm. Pacific Standard  Time, February 19,1951.  5 .Tlie Commission reserves the right to reject any or  all tenders and the lowest will not necessarily be  .accepted. Pi' -;P-p;  i  y-A::  The Coast News  The Department of Health and Welfare  HON. DOUGLAS TURNBULL. Minister  GIBSONS. But for the efforts  of high scoring Ron Godfrey,  Kin Tigers would have gone  down to dbfeat in a recent  Inter - B basket ball tilt in the  - M.C.C. .Gymnasium, North  Vancouver.  Previously unbeaten by any  team in the league with the  exception of the C.Y.O. Crusaders, the Tigers had to go all  out in the last canto of the  game to pull out by the narrow  margin of 33 - 25.  Godfrey was top man in the  scoring department of the local  < team and Wright and Phillips  sparked  the  West  Vancouver  quinitette.  Gibsons - Nestman 6, Kane 4,  Godfrey 17, Sandberg l,Dean4,  Nygren 1, making a total of  33  points.  West Sechelt  BY MARGARET ALLAN  SECHELT  WEST.  Hank  Newcomen  was  here   on   a  visit    from    Windermere, j It  .  seems he likes Sechelt.  Mr and Mrs ��� Robert Kean  have returned from Cloverdale,  where they have been visiting  their daughter Violet.  ���:��� - Mr Norman Taylor returned  from town after a trip to the  dentist.  He  brought  a   panel  . truck back With him. Daughter  rvlNaney  is  getting  married  in  -'June, details later.  No one can help the weather,  maybe I am not* the one to say  it, but most everyone here  (wonders why we have not a  roaid foreman of our own. If  a man here had the authority  to spot minor troubles as they  occurred it wbuji^ave a; major  disaster. Many "times a^shovel  is all that is required to deair  '��� '���% xiite%.:^ ' th��*l&ne it| is r&>  ported to < headquarters ;and a  man comes to look lift over,  ,and then has to decide ,the  issue- fh^ sljfualtiOn "becomes  worse. In the interest of economy there is too much travelling time per \ man, per hour.  Aiid I aha sure |t|at the road  crew does not appreciate the  cold truck ride.  Thursday  February  8   1951  WE CATER TO PARTIES  SERVICE IS  OUR MOTTO  GOOD FOOD ��� OF COURSE  Sechelt Tea Room  Mrs. H. M. Parrish, Proprietor  Phone 89  The Coast  News  CLA/XIFIED  ADVEETIJ1N��  3  Lines (15  words) for 35c 3  Insertions  (same  ad)  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 acres  chicken house and barn$2000.  Phone  Gibsons.      7.W. 4  WE   HAVE   bushwood    and  coal. Union Steamships. .  Phone 22.  APPLES. 75c to $1.50 per box  Cooking and eating. King-  apples. Mrs F. BorgenstromV55  LISTINGS WANTED. '  JOHN COLERIDGE Agencies;  real estate licenced and bonded agents (Connection with  H.A. Roberts Ltd.) -Listings  required, ���attractive to retired  couples. Contact our office or  ^Co||| Nfews ;��bf f icew^,.,; - ��� j,..  FOR SALE  HAY. Mixed local hay $30 ton.  'GOOD  Investment   art;   6  per  cent  interest   $3,000.00   re~  quired.        Box 2 Gibsons  A   GOOD   home* for   smooth  haired terrier pup, born on  Boxing.  Day.   Apply   Mrs   O.  Hilher Roberts Creek  HANDY man  to  build  fence,!  dig  ^ garden,      reasonable,  wages.  Apply  Mrs, C.  Hillier  Roberts Creek Phone 22L.  JOGGERS       RANCHERS.  Your Cedar snags can be  profitable in Shake Blanks.  Contact H Thompson, Gibsons,  or inquire, Gibsons Cartage. 4  PERSONAL��� '  TOWING  and freighting.  W.  m Nygren,  phone  Gibsons86W  2890-tf  Mrs F. Borgenstrom.  55  l^EGAL  NOTIPE  Examinations for the position  of Assistant forest Ranger  -will be held at the following  centers at the dates and times  indicated; v  Tuesday, February^ 27 -���-  9:00 a.m.' Larigford  Wednesday,, February 28 ���  9:00 a.m. Naina|mo  Friday^ March'?&���' ��� ��� ;  &:60 a.m. Campbell River  Monday, March 5 ��� ,���  COMPLETE   line   of   rubber  . shoes and boots.  Andersons Shoes.  MAN'S Bicycle condition like  new 3 speed gears 2 Generators and Lights. Several Reflectors. Reasonable Price.  Phone Granthams 72.  !POR^   SALEt   Fully   modern  home   -  2   blocks   north   of  Post Office G. Dobie Gibsons.  56  WHAT IS SACA - PELO?  Saca - Pelo is the most remarkable  scientific   discovery  of the age, which will permanently kill the   roots   of   all  superfluous hair. Saca - pelo  co^alns no drug or chemical,  and- can be applied easily in  tlie privacy of your own home  or in  LOR-BEER  LABORATORIES I  679  Granville ' St.  Vancouver,  B.C.  9 :0.0 a.m. U.B.C. (Room 852)  New Wing-Library Building.  Application forms and full  particulars' may be obtained  from the District Forester,  Marine Build<ing,,r'Va.ncouver,  or the Forest 'Ranger's office  at  examination  centers.  Com-  V)  LEGAL  New  Westminster  Land  Recording District.  Take Notice that Universal  Timber Produces, Limited, 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; thenge west 30  chains; tJieUeepputh TO chains,  more  Or" less;- to^: foreshore  of  failing this.'must be presented  to the examiner at the time of  the examination.'  These examinations are being  ���conducted to establish eligible  lists for 1951 fire season employment. From such lists ap-  ���pr.intmenlte !to positions .now  vacant will be made according  to candidate's standings in the  examinations.  Candidates mus*. -be citizens  of one. of the nations of the  British Commonwealth, and  must have resided in British  Columbia for one year. The  candidate' must be physically  capable of the work.  Candidates must be 21 years'  of  age.   No   examination   fee  is charged,  "ihencement, and containing 32  acres more or less. ���  Dated November  Universal     Timber  Limited.  .... Horace Johnson.  20, 1950  Products  Asen.t   WORK wanted. Glass cutting',  pipe threading. New. expert  service.    Union    Store    Phone  Sechelt 18 Tfn  LESSONS '��� ~  ACCORDTAN   tmmht   at   Mrs  Hyor-thy'����������� Phone Gibsons 7W.  REAL ESTATE JisVngs wanted.  ..Gibsons ...to  .VPender  Harbour. H.Bi. Qordon Box 11  Sechelt Phone Sechelt 31Q  Tfn  RAW FURS .    ��  FUR PRICES NOW  SKY���HIGH  DEMAND continues unabated  supply is not nearly equal'to.  demand,      hence      fabulously  ��� HIGH Prices are available.  Once supply catches up, prices  could drop sharply. .Play safe!  Turn your Furs into dollars  QUICK. Existing contracts  enable us to pav UP TO these  TOP prices: SQUIRREL 85c;  MUSKRAT and WEASEL  $4.50; MARTEN. (Dark Interior Heavv)' and FISHER  (choice   Extra.   Dark)$100.00;  BEAVER, and OTTER- $45.00;  :M1NK, (Wild,,Dark Interior)  $60..0Q..   Complete   Price   List',  on request,.Ship IMMEDIATE-  ���V'LY ." everv  skhi#you  have   to  *our ^^NCOUVER; Receiving .  Office   ( No   Export    Permits  'nece'ssarv):���'��� A   trial   shipment-  to   "SHUBERT"   will   reveal  the wonderfnllv HIGH Prices,. ;  .vouil   get;   HIGHER  Prices  we believe than  are  available  anvwhere. Hurrv ship QUICK!  Dept. 106 A.B. SHUBERT CO.,  Winnipeg*.  Ship to VANCOUVER.  SHAKE    BLANKS,    shakes,  shingle   bolts .-number   1.  Cedar logs, Delivered or as is.  Cash.    For   full    information  wri t e  6r: 'phon e  7L - Half mo on-  Bay, o? Sechelt. 22.        ���      ��� ���   ���  Steve Terepodri. -: 10  FOR   NEWS   AND   VIEWS  READ   THE   COAST   NEWS 6  The Coast News    Thursday  February  8   1951  i  I  I  P  EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY  Logging Trucks and Trailers  Excavating  Shovels Moving Vans  All Building Materials  R. M. INGLIS���GIBSONS AGENT  'Phone Gibsons 50  CHAMPION <a WHITE  1  i  I  I  PA.  6539  1075 MAIN STREET  Vancouver  PA   9171-2  I  1  I  I  g5sa^^^ggS5^7rsjg*gg  This and That  By E.  NESTMAN   ,  MR N SOTORIS was a recent  visitor here. He reports  everything is fine with his  family in the big city.    ���  Mrs Bill Swallow is the  proud mother of another baby  girl. We understand that the  Swallows wanted a baby boy  but nature is contrary at  times.  Danny Brown has left for  Aylmeiy Ontario, where he will  reside with, the Airf orce. Mr  and Mrs Wally Berry'spent  a short term in the city where  they and their family, including son-in-law Alex^ Gibson,  were  guests at a party.  Coming home on the ferry  the other day, we noticed Mr  and Mrs James Swan of Port  Mellon. That was the day of  the rough weather and the  Swan family decided to stay  over for another day. Mr Swan  had tlie Haggis with which  to properly celebrate the  ad-  % a��a * j* a *r%        fr ���? ���       f  , ���f,-  �����       ��* .-��   ^        f       fWf  I  I  I  *���   J   A*. ��*        V V,W  I;  '���/"���  in  The "sure-fire" gunners of the  '?<  I^-,���^#uwi, Ao��y A^^.^Q^i^o^;.tfc^  alert. The highly-trained, expert gunjiers of  the Royal Canadian Artillery stand by their  "" v4^reaiiv, tb defend Canada's freedom.  The fighting men of the Royal Canadian  Artillery are expert soldiers. They are-.  trained to work and fight in smoothly coordinated teams . . . and proud of it!  Canada needs more men like these "surefire" gunners��� men who prize Canadian  freedom enough to fight for it.  You can take your place  beside men like these ���  as a member of a field  gun's crew���by reporting  immedi��Dely for training as a; solttirif of  ��� the';Canadian Army Active Force, ��***&*  needs you now! Report today!  TO tNUST YOU MUST-  I.-.B9 a Canadian citizen or British ���vbjast.  2. lo botwoon 17 and 30 voare of 090."  . 3. Botinglo. "-K\P  4. Moot Army tost roquireijnontt.  5. Velvnfoor for sorvicciaifywhoro..  REPORT RIGHT AWAY TO:  No. 11 rOno**ol D��po�� 4030 Wtti; Fourth Ay.,  VANCOUVER, B.C  A2688-BC .  s  For sparkling entertainment, H***e> to "The Voice of the Army"��� Wednesday evenings ��� Dominion Network  vent of Robert Burns or whatever Scotsmen celebrate.  On the Machigonne that day  was Hugo Hjorthey, who was  ialso one of the undecided  after he took a good look.at  the  rolling  waves.  We noticed Ross Gibson,  also on the ship as were, Johny  To'phani Mrs Jenny Clay,'Mrs  Marge Leslie, Mjrs Bob and  Mrs Walt Emerson-who were  back after a session with the  dentist. ,   - .'  The Sechelt VON meetting  will be held on February 21  at Selma Park Hall. Annual  general meeting of the VON  t board will be held at Sechelt  Inn, March 8.  The Headlands branch of the  VON will present ar series of  three plays under directorship of E.J. Attlee. Proceeds  will go toward the general  fund.  The  Hearnden  Singers   and  Players   are   well  known  for  ; tiheir   ability   and  fine   social  consciousness.   They  are   now  becoming:   famous    for    their  willingness  to  help   out   in   ai  ' good   cause. ..It will  be  well  worth   our  trouble   to   attend  and see the results of long and  ardpus training.  That will be on February  24 in the School Hall, Gibsons.  Ice skating was the order,of  the day for at least a week,  the smiall fry, and quite a few  of the big people, enjoyed some  fine sport, the ice was clear  ���and,, bard,*;, #n<l^ skates : Jpiig;  ; ^ince--fa i; 'dug^  Out of attics ;-and cellars. It's^  amazing the number of people  Who are enthusiasts, and many  were the moans and grbaris of  sore mucles after the evenings"  excercise. Among those out at  Roberts Creek for the skating,: .  were Constable Peterson* ?Reg  Godfrey,    Walt    and vMorry  Nygren    and   Mr    ahd-^ Mrs^;  Jack Marshall. The Kin Tigers^  basket  ball team; continue   to  win games on the North Shore.  The girls basket ball team,  from    Gibsons   High    School,   .  went  down   to   play  a  West'  Vancouver team this week. It  is regrettable that there is not  a   proper   gym    here;   where v  return games could be enjoyed.  There is some real good basketball talent among the boys and  gigl��,v and only with real com-'  petition,    can    the    best    be  brought  out.   Well  maybe   in  the  near future,  who  knows/  From where I sit right now,  (Continued on page 7)  "AS EASY AS RENTING  A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX"  Would  it  surprise  you   to  - hear sbmeone say that? Have  safety  deposit boxes  seemed  to  you  rathe.r out-of-the-way  things,    complicated   to    rent  'and not for everybody's use?  In    fact,    though,   renting    a  safety    deposit    box   is   very  simple. You just drop into your  local  branch  of, the Bank  of  Montreal  and  ask  for   Rudy  Andrews,   the   account   He'll  be very happy to make over a  box  to you.  Sign your name,  turn   the  key,   and  you   have  your own personal strong box  \n    the   bank's   vaults.    Ana  there's another thing. A safety  deposit box at the Gibsons and  SecheE branch of the B of M  will cost you only $5 ay earth at's  less  than   two   cents   a  day. Store your bonds or important papers  and jewellery  in it. You'll be giving them the  finest   projection  money   can  buy,   and -getting   yourself   a  solid   chunk   of year ���'-  loijg  peace of mind.        . ";  GHEAP /AIRMAIL.  AS A;   RESULT    of    general  carriage of first-class mail by  air ^iinehajigedi -postal rates^ ;  .Canadiahs enjoy ;the most in- ;  iexpehsive   adrmail   service   in  the1 world.  ^��Mlo^  Matured  .and  Bottled  in  En^and  ROYAL NAVY  DEMERARA    RU  This advertisement is not published or displayed  by the.Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. >     'x  A 1.6. PRODUCT  HIDE FRESH  -  i  i ::  SeefftHrlBcal  :.-_l_^:__<_...���. l.^UZ.^��^���^^^Jj&/,*tl Goast Cooking  HEARTY WINTER Desserts.  ���In the winter time we all  like a good hearty dessert to  finish off our meals. Whether  for special occasion or for  everyday, plan a dessert that  fits in well with the rest of the  meal. Choose a 'dessert that  will contrast and compliment  the preceding courses.  ' The simplest sort of dessert,  if it is attractively served and  really good to eat has much  more appeal . than a fussy  creation that doesn't live up  to its looks.  Desserts should contribute  something nidre than sweetness and calories to your  meals. Fruit desserts or milk  baking  dish.'Add  sugar,  salt  -.----- -0- wr'iuruLuiii.. u*x&v  and egg desserts are a good  and healthful addition to your  diet.  Following are some of my  favorite desserts that aire attractive, nourishing and compliment ��� worthy without  causing too much - of a strain  on the food ubdget.  Colonial Rice Pudding  This pudding is made by the  old  -  fashioned  method   and  has   that  delicous,   caramelly,  old-fashioned flavor. It is good  either hot or cold  5 tablespoons rice  quarter cup sugar  Dash  nutmeg  y2 teaspoon salt  ,4 cups scalded milk  Measure rice into 1% quart  in, a.-slow oven, 300 degrees  for two hours. Stir with a: fork  every  15- minutes  during  the.  '�����������  \  ;#���!'    Vi  '    -'; ��ii.M  $  t  THIS   MAN   IS  He started as a junior in a local  branch bank ... j&st as his  manager did before him. Now  he's on his way up, too.  He's learning banking skill right on the  job, helped by more experienced men  on the bank's-staff. He is taking special;   _  banldng courses;.;  Like most bankers, durmghfe career, he  Will lean?tq|kh(>w many parts of Canada,  various cpttunum^esjH develop the  human unaerstahding an& the business r  judgment ypn expect of your banker.  Starting from, the branch that serves you  he may rise to the very top. The general  manager of his bank started just the  way he did. ��  SPONSORED    BY   YOUR   BANK  T5eTves~"57    *        "  Banana���Prune Whip  This  is a<  dessert that  can  be eaten by the whole family  &om  Grandmother  down  to  Junior..  quarter . cup   mashed prunes,  cooked  one third cup sugar  pinch salt  1 cup thinly sliced ripe banana  1 tablespoon lemon juice  2 egg whites  Mix tdgetiher the prunes,  sugar, and salt. Cook over low  and add the banana and lemon  heat to disssolve sugar. Cool  juice. Beat together until  creamy. Fold in stiffly beaten  egg whites. Beat mixture until  smooth, .thick and fluffy. Serve  cold. Serves 4 to 6.  Old - Time Steamed Pudding  ,. This is a hearty and delicous  dessert that your family will  .love.  .-���it'Vcup chopped suet( or 3/->eup  Abutter or margarine )  1 cup chopped walnuts  one    and    one    quarter    cups  raisins  three   quairterS!-cup   of  sugar  1 teaspoon salt  '2%. cups sifted flour  % (teaspoon -cloves  I. teaspoon nutmeg  .1 teaspoon cinnamon  2 eggs, beaten  1 cup molasses   ��� ,;. .  1 .cup buttermilk  :, 2 teaspoons-soda.. * ;...;  -.-X Measuresuet, .raisins, sugar  . vflour, salt and spices into |a  bowl.  Combine,./eggs"and  mp-  ��� lasses, stir sodaVihto ' buttermilk and add. Then stir liqujiel  into,    dry    ingredients.    Blend  ..���thoroughly. .-Fill greased mold's;  .and  tie  two   or  three  thiek-  ,. nesses ? of waxe,d paper over  ���the tops. Place on a rack'-in  steamer with boiling water y2  wa'y iip the..... molds: Cover  kettle tightly audi steamy2^  hours. Serve^with your favorite Sauce; Serves 8; to 12.  The Coast News  Thursday  February  8   1951  ALEXANDER  (Continued  from page  3)  to  make  us   strong,    but   we  must use every effort to reach  the people of Russia.  A scrap of paper; only one  has stood the test for a* hundred years, binding all the  great nations of the world to  a solemn undertaking. The  Stamp Act and why, because  it effects everyone, throughout the world. It was demanded by the people and what  they want is more powerful  than any government. When  will we learn that the pen is  mightier than the sword.  We have forgotten the common'man, his. dignity and will  for peace, we must reach him  if we are going to prevent war.  Let me quote the following to  end this article.  No man is an island, entire  of its self: every man is a piece  of the continent, a part of the  main: if a clod be washed  away by the sea, Europe is  the less, as well as if a promon-  torie were, as well as if a  Mannpr or thy friends or thine  owne were, any mans death  diminishes   me,  because   I  am  * involved in mankinde; and  .therefore never send to know  .���.!#$;��� yw-hom "������U'ti.e    bell    tolls;  wI^iTOCliS :g0^^HEB.  "'.By Johii ^bisixeP^  THIS AND THAT  (Continued from page 6)  it looks to me, as if that great  big new high school, is not  going to be adequate for the  near future. With the opening  of Port Mellon, ijj-s going to be  like our wharf in a very little  while... too small... Why do  people just live for today,  there will always be children,  and their childrens children,  there seems to be no room in'  some peoples mind, for ithe>  future  and  how  close  it  is.  Valentine Te  ' K5^'-  K:-'  WlLSO^tREEK  WILSON G^bM, Ladies. Aux,:  > riliarv.. to  the  Wilson  djr'eek?-:  ..-Community Cefnitre^will hold a  VaientihfevTea? at the home of ~~  Mrs G. Reid,  February 14' ato  2.30 p.m.  Entertainment will be provided by : pupils; \ of] fMr�� I J..  Ci-itchelh. . ^'(); -1    '�� ���  A raffle prize will be .drawn  during the Tea.  GIBSONS Annual Valentine  Tea and Sale of Home Cooking under auspices of St  Bartholomew's Women's Auxiliary will be held in the  United Church Hall, February  16 from 2 until o p.m.  HASSAN,S  Pender  Harbour,   B.C.  The  Old-Established  General Store  SUPPLYING FAMILIES,  FISHERMEN ANDy  CAMPS ::  Latest in Novelties an^  -���:?''  ....... T��VS I  FISH   BUYERS  #  li-r  :' Wm$ gas station  Mechanical Refrigeration  Fresh Deliveries brVHand  Alwa'ys:"-T^-:;-.  ������%   ���/  .-,>.- ���   . Steer For    #    ���  HASAN'S LANDING  Midway South Sljbre  *&afa/hMm^M drtimtf  ff  ... and welcome wherever  he goes���for Captain Morgan  is Canada's largest selling rum.  Try Captain Morgan Rum ���  you'll like it, too!  COL�� LABEL  Rich and  full-bodied  RUM  Blended to  Perfection from Carefully Selected Rare  Old Rums  Extra smooth  and flavourful  wmmmaammmmnKammmaBmmmmHKmmmmmBmma^mmmtmmnmmmBmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmm  THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS NOT PUBLISHED OR DISPLAYED BY THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OR BY  THE GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA Thursday  February   8   1951     8  The Coast News  SECHELT  By ARIES.  SECHELT. The first social  evening of the season, sponsored  by  Sechelt  P.T.A.,  was  a great success. Square dancing was the main event, and  Sechelt' Superior School Students Council sold refreshments, thereby adding another  $1S for the fund toward buying:   of   basketball   uniforms.  PRO EEC CONCERT AND SOCIAL  To be held at the Legion Hall in Sechelt  February 13  ,  8 p.m.  We are sure you will have an enjoyable evening  Refreshments  Prizes  Admission 35c  Children 10c  Try our special meats  Home - made Corned Beef  Weekend Special  BEEF SAUSAGE  lb .48  BERTS MEAT MARKET  We Have Fine Lumber  FOR THAT ALTERATION OR ADDITION  SEE OUR WIDE RANGE OF GOOD LUMBER.  ESTIMATES  GLADLY  GIVEN  CREDITS AND BUDGET TERMS ARRANGED.  Phone 53:  the lumber number.  Gibsons Building Supplies  -I  ::'.:!  m  :%  iimtti  ��� iiiimi  bsss=^SB.  ON OUR FLOOR NOW  1951G.I  Refrigerator  9.5 cu. ft. Capacity  Lifetime Service  You'll love it���  1 'Vacuum Sealed" Mechanism is a guarantee of trustworthy service for ike rest of your life. The mosMm-  portant part o^any refrigerator is the mechanism. This  type of biltight, airtight! system is rjpcognized by leading  authorities as the greatest of all contributions to dependable, efficient, economical performance.  You llknowzvnenyousee it-  The Marvelous Space Mate  THE REFRIGERATOR MOST WOMEN WANT MOST  at the  ��� ���  '  Miss Helen Derby, president  of the student body,- -gave".-a'  brief report to the meeting.  Delegates were named to  attend the P.T.A. convention  in Victoria"at the end of March"  and those attending will be  Mr R.D: Cooke,; Mrs Hazel  Critchellj Mrs C. Lucken, Mrs  F. French, and Mrs W. Rankin.  Wood woj'rking (cla'sses we're  mentioned; and! it is learned  the boys taking lessons from  Mr Pureell and Mr Potts are  learning very fast/, and enjoy  the work-, but are somewhat  handicapped by latek of tools.  An offer to use basement of  the Service Store was discussed and appreciated. It will  be acted upon when other  recommendations from the com  mittee are received.  "We   halve   written   several  times on advice of other people  and of  ourselves  about  these  unfortunate   tiorses   roaming  around in search of food. The  local constable informs u& that  on the prairie horses are out  (all winter  on  pasture.   That  may  be  so,  but  we; imagine  the horses down there will be  * given hay once in awhile and  not chased by dogs and stoned  by  people) ttrying  to   protect'  their gardens:  We wish to congratulate Mr  and Mrs Soloman Joe on the  birth of at baby son in St Pauls  Hospital .Vancouver.  Understand Mr Charlie Reda  was in Sechelt recently on his  way  to  Half moon  Bay.  Mr-  Reda   was,-..- once   ownex   and  ?^anag��r ;of  W^ikeSelds^and  very  popular  and  missed, by.  many when he left here. We  should like to see him back.  We had a call from Mrs W.J.  Martin whom many of the pioneers affectionately call Aunt  Kate. We have not*seen her for  some   time.   Looks  very  well,  ;  but she misses Mr Martiri who  died last year. She now spends;  rer   time    goiing   'baclk I and  _  piorth     to " ythe  ; children     in .  m X Vancouver. Bill,  Agnes-, Mary  and Doris.  Miss Beth Henson was a  .Jyisi^or frojii Vancouver in  "connection: -with     the     local  Guide's:;;���:��� ''[���. '  ::  ��� It:wasVnice  seeing  pur old  friends Mr and Mrs R.C. Kean  ;(Bob);; bael^from Gloverdaie.'  fWe had quite a chat ; about ���  old times and the fun we; had  in the old school houseV Heard  son Bob and wife Jennie and  the. small fry; are���������-������ all ���; very  well, riOw-livirig in Vancouver.  Also? asked5about: Violet (Mrs  Cooper); she^is^ just ^the same,  well and 4|^p^These' yoUng  folk" went ^'^s^hopl^here;-; and  we like to fear about them.;'-.  ��� ��� On x February'.;�����.9r:> at 1,30  p.m. arjonitr^ervice for women  will ;be ^neiK^;.in St Hilda/s  Anglican, /Church? It is, a day  world wide'rFjveryOne will ;be  most? welcome,'- regard/less  pf  SPECIAL FILM SHOWING  :: Diibpe like lintels  Thrilling Epic of Grim; Stark NormandyFight  TOT OF KM'  Si  I  i  g.  t  t  Legion Sponsored - School Hall  2 SHOWS TESRVASn 15.  6.30 j 9 p.m.  Proceeds in Aid of Legion Scholarship Fund  ���   I  ADULTS 50c ... CHILDREN 25c.  B  j^gy^gjgag  1  1  1  I  TRADES  TERMS  .  1. 1937 MORRIS COACH PASSED QITY TEST  1. 1934 FORD COUPE NEW MOTOR  1. 1934 LA SALLE SEDAN, GOOD ORDER  1. 1937 DESOTO SEDAN GUARANTEED A.l.  We aro open for barter or trade *erms which please  you. Our rapidly expanding garage and mobile welding  service is proof that our service is quality.  Chuck's  Motors & Welding Works  Phone Sechelt 54W  :��w  race, color or creed. It is hoped  there will- be -a good attendance. ;' >  ;>' ��e also heard by remote  control that, Mr and Mrs A.  Parrish   at-;.the;;. Sechelt ;;Tea\  Room had a very nice Burns  dinner ;for a; few of the chosen.  ;;The Haggis:,.��� Weare told was  especially nice. It is not ofteii  cooked so well by other than %  Scotsman. -...'���    . %:  aa  Electrify YOUR  S^  MORRISON. A  LIC H TIN C  m with the  TOMATiC  CptsMemtinfPc^  for'itself... puts/rto/teqintot/ourpocket  The "Morrison-Automatic" Farm  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 .;.���������:'. "Swifeh-  startihg" and self-regulating, the  compact British built Morrisoiv  Automatic comes fully equipped  with all accessories; is ready for  use as soon qs^ installed . .; .  Morrison's: are world-famous; no  other plant is ''just as good.  I       Hi  ;i   -.;.K  Two models stocked 2500 and 5000 watts; price complete $1120 and  $1480 ���no* Extras. .,;:.''..,'.���.'���'  Immediate delivry.   Models supplied up> to 25,000 wotta.    ~  ELECT RB ��� POWER  Phone 45  128,5 HOMER  MArjne "4474


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