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 Authorized as Second f  Class Mail, Post Office >  Department,  Ottawa"  ��gra��gg��riiiiii in iininiiM I ii mi ���mn��� ���]L JA  IJ   1 I     i "���""'1  TTHB���.TOM.Tr-i. ������- �� ^im i UL.i1i1fi^j.��m-w ww��flg  Vol. 4 - 61  ecewes Honorary Membership  Published by The Coast News, Gibsons, \&&$c per copy, $2.00 per year by mail.    . .Thursday March ?.2 1951..  '(��� ���  -     )  our r nor  ,,, RIGHT'.'HON. L. S. ST. LAURENT, Prime .Minister, of. Canada.  $ received an honorary fellowship recently at the Chateau Frontennc  w in Quebec, during the annual dinner of the Royal Architectural  Institute" of Canada. J. Roxburgh Smith, of Montreal, president  fK . of the Institute, made the presentation.    MrsE  ToHeadfON  HEADLANDS. Mrsf Evelyn  Clarke was re elected presi-  &mt of the VON ^iixiliaVv  at the general meeting^ eld in  the home of Mrs JDonald  Cochrane. '.p-  Mrs Clyde Parnw^l was  elected director of work; while  Mrs Donald Cochrane will act  as secretary. P<  The ladies looked back on a  successful year which included  a; tea. a garden party with  sale of work and home cooking  GIBSONS. "Around 170 tons of kraft pulp will be inanu-  Jactured every day in the neAv Port Mellon plant to be in operation around May 1 or sooner.  "More than 200 persons will be employed in the rejuvenated  concern which will operate under the company name of Howe  bound Pulp," said an official from Candadian Forest Products,  new firm.  ���    ������"  We will have some homes  a major shareholder in the  and three py"ay program directed by E. J. Atlee.  Mr Atlee was presented  wUh a ronson lighter by a  "grateful  auxiliary".  Plans are laid for' another  occasion of combining fun and  money but it is being kept a  secret until the next meeting  at the home of Mrs George  Marsden, March .28. "  ere  POWER and politics ;iare two things^over which,   at*       '  times,  we have little  control. J "��  Because of nearly unprecedented winds, power on  the Sechelt Peninsula was cut many times during the  last week and this caused untold heart suffering to the .  staff of this newspaper. ,.:' v  ���:-������ y:'-'\We-;'Vtarted:.;6ut:'pii Monday wifh a plan to issue a  ten page paper; Copy from correspondents was set on    .  the linotype  and we  were  going  to  produce  a  good..  papet' tull^;ofZnews:r>and   interesting; things; for"tht?  ,:i:I^hmsuia.v''';;\Vs^^ ':Z-'ZpP, ������'���    PypPZ^ZZppy^ ���'���'''"'  ;7      -Then the stb^  power went west. And so did our machinery. The  ^result was we had to stay an eight page paper, and we  i had to  cut out many stories and,  believe  it or not,  many advertisements.      ���     '������   ��� ,  \        We,-and the elements have a, deal.  We will not  /"���*���'' ' >. '���- "���..'���".  h interfere wi^th the wind if it will leave Us alone.  '���.���;-''    We only hope that they -who'.write for us 'are still-  "with us in spite of   their   copy   being   held   over   for  another week..'  Drage First to Learn About AHowa  Boost for Social Assistance Recipient  Gambier Harbour. Poll owing is a self explanatory telegram  received by this paper from Captain Francis.Drage and Kenneth  Alexander appearing before Public Works Minister E.C.j Carson  requesting subsidy for''a ferry to run between Gambier and  Hopkins.  Works Minister Carson today  assured Captain Drage. and  Kenneth Alexander, delegates  from Gambier that t]ie-government is completely sympathetic  .to the n^  to Gambier arid" ;Keats^ Island  via Gibsons subsidized/ by Provincial Government. Means of  accomplishing'' this"; will be  studied- and a decision may be  exi^ecied...within   three   weeks  ,   Health    Minister.   Turnbull  assured 'Drage" and; ..delegates  from Army Navy and Airforce  Veterans that a  committee  of  tlie Legislature will study payment of hospital  dues by low  income groups. Minister Turn-  in Port Mellon and probably  we -shall DuiId a few more, but  we are not interested in the  company town idea if Ave can  get away from  it".  Postmasi'er and grocery si ore  proprietor will be Wilf Gray  of Graysons Ltd. The Gibsons  .company was authorized to  commence operation,'; immediately by "the Canadian Forest;  Products Comna ny.    ���  We wHI spend approximately #-!��� millions this year in repairs and chari'^'s. A new lime,  kiln will be built and The old  sawmill  taken  out.  Mr R. Paradis, a former well  kiK wn employee for the Sorg  Pulp, one tjini'e .owners, wfill  be in charge as resident mana-  bull further assured Captain  Drage -that social assistafcice  /ates Avill be raised, effective  April;.'to $40 monthly for single  recipients and $60 monthly to  married.'���- '���^'������::   ���":������:'���' '���'���������.���������^.Z:-i  ger.  '"We hope in er't as manv  men as possible for our employment from the village of  Gibsons and surrounding area.  When   the   new   road   goes   in  it  will be.verv   easv "for men  to commute from work to their  homes "; '^her'^Mcral'^saich -   ������  Carson Will Inspect  Halfmoon Bay Cutoff  GIBSONS.. The Hon.  the  Minister  of  Public  Works,  E.G.  Carson will personally visit' the Halfmoon Bay cutoff in order  to view at first hand the whole situation.  The   promise   was   given   to  j-'-  ms  iECHELT. A saga of the  is in the making, 'which  id easily duplicate the ad-  tures Of many storied  racters.  v     y:. ���''.. ��� :Ci.-::-  ir. and Mrs. L. iF. Reid will  re  here  on   Marchi 24- and;;  to Panama where they will.:  command of the lOOrfoot  )oner;i)wyn Wen and!;pilot  the  west   coast  to  Storm  jii'itish built the schooner,  |i,ch carries masts 185 feet  and 35 tons of lead in its  has fought; : hurricanes  jjbughout the Pacific aiid in  words of retired \ store  )er Reid ''she will certainly  every thin g that is thrown  ffaer along this coast  Cemetery  Get Airing At Greek  ROBERTS CREEK. L.S, Jackson was guest speaker at a,  recent meeting of the Improvement Association under chairmanship" of "Robert Gumming when the subject of a cemetery  was discussed.  William Youngson and E. Clayton of the associated committee charged with, finding an answer to the pressing lack, of  , a burial ground was also present and spoke on the Subject.  . Mr Jackson, on behalf of his    ~ : "  William Kolrerman-'.and Roval  Murdoch when they went as  a delegation) from, the Halfmoon, Bay. Liberal As ;ociati< n  and.the Pender Harbour Board  of Trade respeetivley.  A resolution : from the  liiberal Association was Left  with Mr Carson which emphasized the importance of ' the  Vuteff to the community as a  f/hole,and to the northern area  2nd its future.  It pointed out the difference  in  grade   between  jthe   lower  ������and present highway and also  Company,  Logging,  Burns and Jackson  offered to have the  proposed site at Wilson Creek  cleared as soon as a proper  survey was made of the site  which had been , granted  several years ago by order in  council.  > >  jhe was built by the build-  I, of the famous Lapton ships  jjjich fought so long- for the  rantic trophy.  (Mr. Reid is- not quite, sure  pt he and his partner will  Iwith the schooner wheii she  |s here but he' thought-they  light sell her. She draws  irteen' and", a half feet of  Iter and  contains an  Teen Towner's will build a  rest room in the Elphin'stone  Park according to information  received- at the meeting from  Teem Towners, Mary Jean  Kennedy, . Celia v-Flummerfelt  and  Maureen Ross.  The teen agers revealed they  were.going to have the dressing  rooms ready" by this summer.  Chairman; Cumming thanked,  ��� on behalf of the association,  both "the youngsters and the  Cemetery Committee for their ���  fine cooperative efforts.    ,  He  was   aljo   named   as   a  auxili-inember of the joint eenietery  : committee.  Maclntyre To Hear  Trade Board Kick  GIBSONS. A letter protesting the increase in hospital  premiums will be sent to B. M. Maclntyre and a copy to the  Minister of Health and Welfare, by the Board of Trade.  Despite the information that  Mr. Maclntyre was twice chosen to be a. member of two d'f-  ferent committees raised by  Premer Johnson to investigate  the hospital question, the  Board., felt that a p"ote-r  should b'e made to the MLA 71  "orcie:* to let him know t'at  ' v.re are not in tavour of the  manner in Avhich the govern-  in e?it   handled  the  situation.''  The  motion was ''moA-ed   l.\v  Robert Macnicol.  A   letter   pointing   out  ro-'.fien.  of  this   area  with  ::ar.;l to being without hesr  the  i.t�� i  facilities Avill be sent to Archbishop Duke urging him to.  open a hospital in Gibsons.  Suggested by Ge rge Hill,  the letter will point out the  serious, recent accidents in the  vieinily also, the increased hospital .-raff ie pending Avith the  opening of Port Mellon.  Mrs. E.. Nestman. was named  delegate to the Provincial conference of Trade Boards to be  held in Vancoifver March 28  and 29 .  Sechelt Motor Transport  was authorized to remove the  wa-'tin:^    siied,    hoav    situated  the service thz lower road will  be to the future'. It also suggested that Halfmoon Bay  avouId someday be the water  supply for the area therefore  the new road Avould leave the  /lakeofree from contamination  by tourists and passers by.  The "cutoff consists of a two  mile stretch of road.  Radio Survhf For  New Power Line  SECHELT. A radio survey  of the proposed Clowhom Falls  power line is hoav under way  betAveen here and the dam site.  It is believed this survey will  make it p sible to install  ma'ntcnaace stations throughout'the line wh;re reception is  be>r. ^~v  on ilf�� 'hill at the Church corner, to a better position.. Tins  transport ce:::ra: ;; ^?inied gut  that the present site 'was' not  ���ed   to  remov  painted  in  i1s  and  ofiV  ���>'i  hand  it.  also  have  neAv  ])osit"on.  ]\frs. W.*S;'ew;.!J'f, vice-president of the "Board, pointed out  that replies Tor the Housing  Directory Avcre still not su'V  fieient.  Gordon Ball.cntine, member  of the Publicity Committee,  reminded the Board that the  housing plan was aimed at  helping     stranded ���   fishermen  at taking  on!v ami ^  .-T-:  f  n1;!;^  r"ef'-"l TKe.Coast News     Thursday  March  22  1951  3w* Qum&t &$vhb  THE GARDEN area known as PendervHarbour will be bypased  by the new Kleindale - Agamemnon Bay road, if and when  it goes through.  To some Pender supporters that is bad while, to others, it  is all to the good. It depends on the individual approach.  A Avell known Irvmes Landing supporter claims that bypassing the area is a good, thing. "We have a real tourist attraction, here," he said. "Wiry should we change it just for another  road end."  Actually, there is very little  to  argue   about,   as  it  seems  definite, when and if the ferry comes* that the road will not  touch either Irvines or Garden Bay.  It is up to every person interested in tourists to do his or  her utmost to attract from the passing Hoav of cars and buses.  Pender is in a good position as it can, by particular advertising, draAV the type of tourists it most desires.  The Board of Trade is a good group to start planning attractive entisements which could be shoAvn on poster or pamphlet.  Being representative of every portion of the Pender area, it can  lead the drive with prejudice to none.  There is no gainsaying the beauty of the area. There; in  Pender Harbour one can find accomodation Avhich is far and  beyond the needs of the community in general. Two.hotels are  capable of holding many guests and the stores which are quite  adequate.  Nature, after all, supplies the real attractions, all that man  needs to do is to supply reasonable accomodation. This should  hardly be hard for men and Avomen with the foresight that has  been shown by the Pender people.  There is no heed to worry about the road bypassing the area  it could possibly be the finest thing that such is planned.  It Avould break every heart to see that great harbour become  just another road end or ferry stop. It is worthy of far better.  If the people get on their toes once- the decision has been made  by Victoria in respect to the car ferry, then will Pender Harbour  really come into its oavu.  But.... and it is a very important, but, it must be remembered that the best mousetrap in.the world will attract nothing  if it is hidden and tucked aAvay Avithout voice or sound and allowed to become mute and mellow in its seclusion.  If Pender wants tourists, it will have to get up on its hind  legs and let the world know it has the finest scenery in the North  American continent.... because it really has.  Readers Right  EDITOR THE NEWS.  Sir. When I was a youngster  On a farm I used, to watch ray  father feed the stock and most  of. the time I ;liked to see the  horses nudging news timothy  and the cattle: digging their  noses deep into a forkful of  alfalfa. . '  But, as there is in every  farm, there, was an old boar  pig who used to barge his Avay  through the little pigs and the  mothers heavy in young, and  he'would shoulder his Avay up  to the. trough and stick his big  snout into the feed and frighten all the ohers away.  I hated that boar pig with  all my youthful heart. I'm a  full grown woman now and I  still hate the memory of- that  pig.  He was taking advantage: of  his strength and his position  to- rule the roost and to show  his power over the little fellows.  My dad Avould often jump  the pole fence and smack the  boar a crack on the nose and  the boar Avould grunt and  back up and nvait until the  '(little, weaker pigs had had  something to eat.  When I talked to two men  who had been at the village  commission meeting and heard  them describe the actions of  some of our so called fathers,  I remembered, the boar pig.  I also Avanted to see somebody  act like my father did when  the boar annoyed him.  Those children were there  to learn and they were not al-  loAved to feed at the trough  of good manners because some  of our commissioners wanted  to show their power.  Elsie Granville  EDITOR THE NEWS.  ���' SIR. Many has been the time  when I and my wife.have found  fault ...with   The   Coast  News.  Sea   Bin   Lines   Ltd  Operating M.V. Machigonne  extra Easter trips  * ��� -  In addition to regularly scheduled trips, extra trips will  he operating on Thursday, March 22 & Monday March 26  Connecting buses will meet at both ends.  Lv GIBSONS; Lv H.S.:$&y.-  7 p.m. 8. 15 p.m.  George D. Friths Manager.  Jimmy Sinclair, for instance,  but -we always felt that maybe  you were trying, and that has  tempered our judgement.  Your last issue" of the paper  was a very good one and redeems yourself in our eyes.  When you first started you  said that your idea was to be  of assistance to the; Peninsula.  Printing all of Mr Maclntyre's  speech was truly a service. f  I have been in the business,  long enough to know that you  must have had to fight with  your sense, of fairness to your  columnists and to the different  Ladies Aids in order to .give  Mr Maclntyre the full play  that his speech deseres.  May I take up a little more  of your room, sir?  I like most of your editorials.  Some of them are a little too  hard sometimes' but, if I could  do better, Ijd offer, so I can't  hit too hard after.blaming you  for doing just that.  My Avife Nike's the Avay you  have taken the commission to  task: i;or:< their4 bjad manners.  Before they got in under their  own.' private little dictator,  they used to stand up on the  platform and tell us about the  grand things" they were going  to do and the changes they  Avere going to make when they  got in, and to date, all they  have done is set a bad example;  to our children.  ; To me it seems funny that,-.;  we, have to elect men without  business training to run our  business. What is the matter  with our younger business men.  They Avould be the proper men  to run for office?  Instead of getting business  men, we hire a bunch of men  Avho never had ability to earn  their own living in the open  market.  One p(imibe>r, one professional veteran, one fisherman,  one. housewife and Mr Anderson! He is the only one with  any brains and he<won't get  on his feet and tell the others  where to head in , because. J'h.0;  just    doesn't   want   to> shoAV.  them up.  Thank you, again for Batt's  speech, and good luck to your.;  paper which at- least has intest-?  inal fortitude.  .', ..    W.C.  Optometrist  GIBiSPNS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours   i  ��� 9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Every day except Thurs.  Why go to Vancouver for  Ootical Service?  DR. DENNIS BULLEN  -*��  Announces The Opening Of  A Dental Of f ice At  Over "Bal's Mall^  MONDAYS : 11 am. to 9 pm.  TUESDAYS: 9 am, to 3 pm,  'S^% *CHEER*LY MAN ^O       ;  Qb Nancy Dawson, bio! ...  -. : i  Cbeer'ly man,    ;\  Sbe't got a notion, bio ...  Cbeer'ly man!      ,  For over a cemury Lamb's Navy  has been the call of those who know   A  good rum.   Smooth and mellow, it  is matured,-blended and botded ia,  Britaia.ofmefin<fstPei��eratauRums.   >  :s  This advertisement is not published or  displayed by the Liquor Control Board or  by the Government of British GoiumbJai  ofcr An old sea shanty lMohile: HailiOn Korea  Even bathtubs are on wheels in today's Army.   This photo, taken     j  shortly before Patricias moved into action in Korea, shows ��GT.  ALBERT LEACH, of St. Catharines, Ont., scrubbing off a bit of  Korean_djrt . f^rth i? simnlv tarpaulin folded,iataiee.n._trailer.  This and That  By ,E.  NESTMAN;  ICE CASUALTY/ John  Hicks, with his lunch pail  under his arin, and his hands  in his pockets, slipped and fell,  they tell me two ribsare  broken.. hope you are- soon  around John, Reg Godfrey is  home and convalescing, Doc.  says no smoking and no refreshments, yesy he can drink  milk, tough luck Reg. Mr T.  Ashworth * has also, returned  from  the  hospital/ '  \        -* .  Miss   M.   New,   at   present  teaching    on    Galiano    Island  expeefs   to   be   here   iter   the  Easter holidays.  Walt Emferson is the new  owner of the Smart home. Mr  and Mrs Cliff Leach were here  for the very successful ' Firemen's Ball which we believe  will   be   the   swan   song   for  dance's  in Bal's Hall real  theatre seats and all, they say.  Dan, Tommy, Mike and D.  Rabbitt away to Princeton for  a family reunion. Walt and  Morry Nygre and'Herbie Winn  ' (continued' oit page 5)       '  i  i  MEAT PRICES WILL GO UP  ��  1  \m ���.      w  ll    Try our smoked meats; a wide range in taste and price,   f  1  fc     EASTER MEATS OUR SPECIALITY     I  ��  OUR STOCK OF SPECIALTIES IN THE MEAT LINE  ARE SECOND TO NONE PHONE YOUR ORDER; WE  WILL BE PLEASED TO HOLD IT FOR YOU. BEAT  THE GUN IN THE MEAT INFLATION.  BERTS MEAT MARKET  Phone Gibsons 62 . .<    ���  II  n  I  |  I  ��  I  Thursday  March   22  1951    The Coast News  3  .  '    By MAUREEN ROSS.  ��� ���. SECHELT vsV GIBSONS  ��� 'SECHELT High: School was  host to  Gibson's ifligh School  at the PSall of theirSechelt Residential  School; lap  Thursday  ' ; for basketball games. Sechelt  proved victorious in both  games with a scorife of 22 - 20  for the boys, and a "score of 25  ; to 14 for the girls. Sechelt's  telams waS .coached by Mrs ,  Rankin and Gibson's coach  "was Walter Sandberg.  BIRTHDAY CAKE  Betty Grant and Mel Hough  celebrated their birthdays last  week   with   a   birthday  "cake  - baked by Dorothy Stewart.  ��� PLAY REHEARSALS.  The Dramatic Club play rehearsals are'coming-along fine,  under  ^he   direction   of   Mrs  Knight. The play has lost one  .   of its actresses, Dawn Bentham  who    has    returned    to    Port  Mellon,   afrd   another  student  "is replacing her.  SOCCER SEASON  Mrs E. Kane has tried to>  ' get the girls out on the soccer  field, to teach them the fundamentals of Soccer but the field  has been too muddy lately, so  it is back to the Hall.for us.  We were all sorry to hear  that three of our High School  Staff were ill last week. They  were Mrs . C. Day, Mrs D.  Faulkner and Mr A, Goostrey.  The cold weather gave the  grade tens an excuse to take >  a couple of days off from  school, their school room was  too! ��� a sufficient ^reason.  We have heard a rumour  that we are to have a new  High School next fall and we  are certainly looking forward  to the next year of school.  The students will be walking  around with text books stuck  under their noses for a week  or so, because7 the Easter exams  start next week, that is some-,  thing to look forward to.  P.T.A. PRIZES AWARDED.  Mr A.S. Trueman, *>ur principal awarded the PTA prizes  which were for perfect attendance and scholarships during  the last school year  POSTER PRIZES  Mr A. Goostrey awarded  prizes to the winners, of the  "Education Week" poster contest. Third prize was taken by  Cai;men Robinson while Lin  Johnson and Edith JJack received first prize, because the  judges could not judge between  their posters. Robert Nygren  received honorable mention.  NEW VIEW  Mr A. Jackson was supposed  to give us a film and a lecture  on logging but, because of the  electric power, failure the film  and lecture were postponed  until the followiing Monday.  Mr Jackson left us some  aerial photographs of the peninsula, to look at. It was really  amazing to see just how our  roads do run.  Meat Prices Here  COME  ANI)   SEE   A   DISPLAY   OF   YOUNGSTERS,  FIT TO MAKE YOUR HEART ACHE.  FRESH CUT FLO WERS  "And ���"."  Beat Prairies  GIBSONS 5c and 10c  GIBSpNS. Bert Fladager, of  Bert's Meat Market is'proUd of  his prices in the meat line," and  so should every meat salesman on the Peninsula."  " I have just had a conversation w:ith a ��� ir,an from  Edmonton, and he assured me  that meat jn-ices there are just  about twice what it is on the  Peninsula," Bert said."  "To prove it, he took home  to Edmonton an Dig piece of  meat, and is now trying to  figure' out how he can live  there' and buy here."'  PerL jointed out that cost  f^-f.. living here is not as high as  it U in many other parts of  the country.  1  I  Flowers for All Occasions  PHONE: GIBSONS 76W  Mrs E. Nestman  IMMEDIATE SERVICE  ��  1  m  v.?  ^  o��^:  ���i'iii",|l,Timiiiw,"ii'M;-Tn���n  BOB  ���CM ly^vmmw^M!'  usmess an  roresssona  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  Plumbing and   Electrical  Supplies,   Fixtures,  Service  Sechelt Building  Suppies  Phone   60        j  CAMERA  SERVICE  Free Camera Service  Buying   a   better   camera   or  other   photo   equipment?  Your   professional   photographer   will   gladly   advise   you.   Call,   phone   or  visit    C.    G.    Ballentine,  Bal's  Block,   Gibsons  Res.   Phone   Granthams   79W  PLUMBING and HEATING  Sunset Hardware  ....GIBSONS  Registered      Plumbers  PLUMBING  Sales   and   Contractig  ELECTRICAL' WORK  Reliable Electrical Repairs  Appliances,   Fixtures,   Radios  WashingMaehines  Everything   Electrical  Gibsons Electric  Phone   45  Plumbing,   Heating'   and  Supplies.  Jack Marshall  Gibsons B.C.  Phone Gibsons 104-.or 33  REAL ESTATE  FLORIST  John  Coleridge  Agencies  Gibsons   and   District's' Only  Full Time Real Estate  Agent  Phone Gibsons 37  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  TYPEWRITERS  Typewriter   Sales   and  Service  Agent ��� for   Remington  For ��� Fast.     Accurate   Service  See  Colin Wingrave  Gibsons.   B.C.  TAXI  GENERAL HAULING  Gravel,     Lumber,      Contract  Hauling  GARBAGE   DISPOSAL  SERVICE  Weekly     or    Monthly    rates  Freight   and   Express  Delivery  UNION   STEAMSHIPS  Sechelt,  Phone  22  Peninsula     Cabs  24-Hour  Service  2   Phones   --   2   Cabs  WILSON. CREEK   and  SELMA   PARK  Phone Sechelt' 66  GIFT STORE  Taxi Sir  ?  call  BILL  HUNTER  Sechelt   48  Headquarters   for  Wool,  Notions,   Cards,   Toys,  Miscellaneous Gifts  Gibsons  5-10-15 Store  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  TRANSFERS-TRUCKS  MACHINISTS  Hansen Transfer  GENERAL  CARTAGE  rhone   Sechelt   28  Sechelt,   B.C.  *b  WANTS��  Hills Machine Shop  Mobilized  Welding  Welding   anywhere   --anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision   Machinists  Phone 54 Res.  58 J  HARDWARE  KNOWLES   SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 .... Gibsons B.C.  Builder's Hardware  Paint.  Plumbing  Appliances  Complete   Installation  Maintenance   Service  DELIVERIES  TO  ALT,   POINTS  WANTED  Shake  Blanks,   Shakes,  Shingle   Bolts'-number   1  Cedar   Logs   Delivered  or as  is  Write-or Phone  7.L Halfmoon Bay. Sechelt  22  Steve   Terepocki.  OFFICE WORK  Bookeeping  Typing  Shorthand  Two  C'asses per Week.  $12.50   per   month  Apply   Mrs   C.   Mavwood  ; ;.'���-   Phone   WC   5C  Mrs  J. 1? en ton 4  The Coast News  % Thursday Sjarch 22  1951  Reader's Right  EDITOR, mister, master,  Is  in   Gibsons  (like   Untied  Nations.  Got  Trueman, Atlee,  Bevan.   Trueman   run   school,  Atlee run play, Bevan run untied  church.  Is also  Joe,  sell  oil,  but  not  name  Stalin  and  got    no    moustache.    Is    also  Kommissar,      spend      peoples  money.    People    want    water,  want all kinds thing. Kommissar dont'care, spend money for  funny   dump   truck.   In   Prag,  Kommissar       spend      peoples  money for fine car, ride around  in.   Who   want   ride   in   dump  truck? Maybe next year come  revolution, Gibsons Kommissar  get ride in dump truck. Where  to?  I salute  you  Mikel Blok .  EDITOR THE NEWS "  Sir.     Our     senior     citizens  herea^boults  seem   to   be   wejU  satisfied  with  things  as  they  are and in spite of island publicans and  sinners  there  does  not seem to be any vast amount  of bankruptcy as was so vehemently prophesied during  the late bylaw battle. It certainly goes to sIioav hoy shallow  and ill informed indigens can  cause honest folk a lot,of mis-/  ery and fear. However, what  we are concerned with today  is this genie of inflation that  has got out of the bottle and  has these same senior folk  worried as to their fate.  There is worry enough to  make many of them ill in actual  fact: Because we have a pre-  rtond'ep'a/nce. of these, I'etired  people in the district is our  added reason why some concerted action should be taken  to.bring their case to our local  boy in Ottawa. There is nothing  for the dumb and the $5 or  $10 they may get is only adding fuel to the flames.  , Surely the brains in Ottawa  is capable of something better  than .playing the role of Dives  and Lazarus to good folk who  have in the main done their  stint.  40 years.  ���i..:: G1BS0NS. -this Board of  Trade should disassociate it-  sejf from the petition.''  In the words of President  Robert Telforid the trade body  repudiated the action of its  Trades and .Industry Committee Chairman, James yeitch,  in sponsoring:, the. petition now  being displayed r which; condemns the action of the Village  Commission in buying its pro*  ' three-ton truck.   ;T  John'������ Biinyan tdok-i issue'"  with the move when he explained it was hard for Mr. '.  Yeitch to get in, toiicli with  Board executive members and  had often to work oil Ms own  initiative in order to bef^effect-  ive.    ' 1  Sechelt    Building  Supplies  FOR YOUR  SPRING BUILDING NEEDS  Sand Gravel Cement  LUMBER - a�� types  Use Our Budget Terms  RENOVATION AND BUILDING ADDITION LOANS  ARE ARRANGED THROUGH OUR UNIQUE SERVICE  Phone Sechelt 60 Pp-  VANCOUVER  GIBSONS, B.C. 1  TOWING & SCOWS  CHAMPION & WHITE LIMITED  W  I  M  ��  :. I-  1  PAcific 9171  VICE-ADMIRAL HAROLD T. W. GRANT (left), chief of the  Canadian Naval Staff, is greeted on his arrival in Tokyo by REAR  ADMIRAL ABLETGH BURKE (right), U.S. Navy, deputychief of  staff for Commander Naval Forces Far East, arid CAPT. J. V.  BROCK, senior Canadian naval officer on duty in the Far East.  Admiral* Grant left shortly after on an inspection of Canadian  ,   shins operating with! the United Nations fleet,  K%..:>fr~:' ���'���" '-"-  "'        ' "  "���tV  EDITOR THE NEWS  Sir. I have read the editorial  in your last issue eritizing the  Village commissioners for deciding: to buy a truek for the  use of the village.  We must remember that we  jare a>large.village now, nearly  three- times the size it was  last year, and instead of 'three  we have^ five commissioners,  and I think we are fortunate  to have five such people to run  the village's business. Why  not get behind them and give  them a boost instead of.^handing out negative criticism. I  am sure if any of us have any,  constructive criticism the com-  Imissipners will be glad to receive it.  ���If the  village  could rent a  truck   from   any   person   that  might solve the question. But-  we know the Utility Commission has given this privitidge  pto two'parties   only   in   the*  \ village.   The ^art.age  business  ��� . and the fta'xi   busih^s.   Why  ��� this'is>; in a'country- which is  supposed to stand for "private  enteif^ise"  I  dip  tj(dV know.  If lit ^ereVnot for this law we  : migjh'$tfi&ye as many men run-  ; ning^ue^Siand taxis as we  have grocery  stores. ���  .-:  ' As ^a^ :as I can learn, the  commi-ssioners do not want to  inve^t^ur" money; in a truck  if the|^ean rent,one when it  is needed^/sb if either of the  cartagei companies w|ould assure the cprninissioners that it  ��� ���' woull^^uprCy  a  truck  when- '  ever Reeled this might solve  the problem but, the village  business must be looked after.  We have many problems to  solve in this growing municipality! Water,' roads, garbage  disposal. and many others.  This responsibility is our commissioners and if we cannot  give constructive suggestions  ' let us' tfceep quiet,   v  .:. A Ratepayer,  ?  :      . F. Bushfield  EASTER DAY SERVICES  St? Bartholomew's Church;  Gibsons. 7:00 a.m. Holy Communion ; .11:00 a.m. Choral  Communion;; 7:30  p.m.  Even-  ��� song. -!:?-:lZ;. \,'' ':-..'��� ,; ��� ''  St (^Hilda's Church, Sechelt  9:00 siim: .Holy Communion;  1:4.5���'.p.-in* Evensong.  SjtJ' Aidan'sjCihurch, RoHents  Creek: 11:0Q a.m. Holy Communion ;'''��� .3:15 p.m. Evensong.  There's gold m a Coast News  .Classified ...Ad.  C VSECHELT. A letter 'pro-j  testing the erratic light and?  power service will be sent from'^  the/Board of Trade'tu'the B.C.f  Power Commission, Victoria/!  and a copy to  its branch  in|  "Sechelt. - pp . ; *.Mi  Sparked by the lights twice!  out during' the Board meeting^  Monday, members expressed]  disgust and quickly approved!  pf the letters. , , , jj  The Coast News  3  Lines  (15  words) for 35c 3  insertions  (same  ad)  75c  Extra   words,  above   15-word   min.   2creach  -^   Cashvysrith^order  Notices,    Engagements,   Marriages,   Deaths,    etc..    75c   insertion  >LITTt,E ADS  i- *  BIG RESULTS;  *�����  NhlW:.SEJt VICE-  PIPE : THREADING, glass  cutting, reasonable rates ef  fieiem workmanship. Union  Store Sechelt Phone 18.  .. tfn  LISTINGS WANTED.  JOHN COLERIDGE Agencies  real estate licenced and bonded a gents (Connection with  H.A. Roberts Ltd.) Listings  required, attractive to retired  couples. Contact bur /Office or"  Coast News Office,.^  SQUIRREL AND OTHER7"  FURS STILL ACCEPTED.  NOW r Go After MUSKRATS  and BEAVER! So long as  SQUIRREL and other Purs-  remain reasonably Prime, we  will continue to Accept them.  Trappers in those Districts  w'iiiere Sprang Trapping of  MUSKRATS and BEAVER is  legal,    are  ' afforded    a   BIG  REAL ESTATE listings w^l  tedi; iCribsons; ..to! ..Pendj  Harbour. H.B. Gordon Box  Sechelt Phone��Sechelt 3U  BALED local mixed; hay,  per ton f.o.b.-Gibsons. U;  Steamships, Sechelt Z 22 2  SHRIMP   -trawl    net  runner is complete, $60,00.  Apply M Hunter.  Gibsons |  Phohe'58W:   ���  ;     ���-;���--'������  SUPER  TWIN  power  si  almost new, sacrifice for et  $350.00:. Box-452 Sechelt.  JERSEY:'  Milk    Cow  seven  months   heifer.  Brown, North Road:  a  < i  money  -  making''   opportu  nity ���-��� Make: the most of it"  Trapping MUSKRATS and  BEAVER wall be very PROFITABLE. We are paying, for  the TOP grades, UP TO these  Prices: SQUIRREL $1.00;  MUSKRAT $4.50; BEAVER  and OTTER, $50.00;.WEASEL  $5.00; MARTEN $100.00;  FISHER $175.00; (Wild)  MINK $60.00. Don't hold any  Furs - Catch the Animals as  long as the Fur is Prime, but  ship quick. Before you sell any  MUSKRATS or BEAVER to  anyone^ try "SHUBERT'? -  you'11 find it>mighty PROFIT-"  ABLE to do so. Send a shipment - SOON! Dept. 196, A.  B. SHUBERT CO., Winnipeg.  Ship to VANCC^pL/Receiving Office, operated for  YOUR convenience. "*. ."  WE HAVE a vyide range  battery radios from $lp to  See  them   on   display   at ,  store. We accept trade in,  Gibsons   Electric   phone   4,  FOR RENT Y(  FURNISHED    Two    r(  : self; /contained   suite,   pri\^  bathroom.   Available   Apri;!  Apply- Walter  Emerson,  v. Gibsons.  WHAT IS SACA - PELOl  Saca - Pelo is the most  . markable  scientific  discoyS  of the age, wrhich will, per^  nently  kill the   roots   of  superfluous haii*. Saca ��� - t  "contains no drug or chemj  and can  be  applied easil^  the privacy of your own h<  or in "; ,  LOR-BEER  LABORATORY  679  Granville   St.   VancoirJ  B.C.        :-. -,���: ���  FOR SALE-, 1 acre:-- on  highw^ay, 3 minutes .- from  Madeira iParb ^School, $750,  also    1    acre    waterfront   lot  $1250.     At>t>!v    MAE    REID,  IRVINES, LANDING.  WE   HAVE    bushwood  coal. Union Steamships.  .vP^one 22i-;--;-;,-: "  -;';.j  . .;;FOR:;.SALE at "Oraiitnl  Landing, Three room f urnis|  eottasre "$1500.00 Aoply |  Oih>>. :    '  BY 2i,  The CoastvNews  Thursday March 22 1951  WW-  S       9  GIBSONS. Decision of the  private bills committee, consider;  ering the car ferry application:  from Black Ball Ferry (Canada) may not be made public  until the week following reopening of parliament.  "Much    strong    opposition  was made by a delegation from  West   Vancouver. and   Horse  SIOH    ^^ Jay, "said K M. Mcln-  =aged to "get in a word or two  ~vdn the-subjectv' :;  ''Black, Ball Company had  two representatives, the company lawyer and Colonel  GeOrge Paulin, Colonel E. G.  Swan and myself spoke on behalf of the Sechelt Peninsula  and Powell  River residents.''  "UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE- ZZWE ARE  DISCONTIN-  ''������'.'������      ' -'        '     '.    ��� ''P'-%'-"   .'   '��� ���  ��� - x  UING   OUR   REGULAR  BIWEEKLY   SERVICE   TO  .' ��� .     ������'������":.������ ^v-v...  ���. ';      ���   _.'������.  GIBSONS. B.C.    IN FUTURE, ALL TRIPS WILL BE  BY ARRANGEMENT ONLY.  Champion & White: Limited  t Easter  makes us think of  ens  Corner  nwiM  SERWeE  HARDWARE  Phone Gibsons 33  '/  Union General Store  ��r  OPEI ALL DAY MMftlY  The Hon. the Minister of  Public Works has notified the  private bftys committee that  he will give evidence, if need  be, on behalf oE the Black Ball  Company and: i the proposed  car    ferry,"    Mr.    Maclntyre  said.  "If the private bills committee turns the proposal down,"  the MLA said, "it will die "I feel it has no better than  where it is. It will never reach a fifty-fifty chance of sur-  the floor of the house. vival." i  'CAL GEORGE  ... who brings listeners his three colored  questions and their cash prises on the  program RED, WHITE AND BLUE. It's  an enjoyable half hour daily at 2:00 p.m.  on-. . . . _������...;  2z*t60V���<���&t&  MM11M  FtRSTWtmTHENEWS  7  Oa the 'Tagged edge" with lumpy nerves? "Blue,"  can't sleep? Nervous headaches. Indigestion? Cheer  upt Thousands, nervous over weak condition due  Just to Iron deficiency, now have new pep, calm  nerves. Ostrex helped them even when other tonics  (ailed. Safe, no dope. Introductory or "get-ac-.  qualnted" size only 60)5. Try Ostrex Tonic Tablets  lor calm, cheerful nerves, more restful sleep, new  health, this very day At all drug stores.  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Mrs. N.'J. Ward  R.R. No. 1  I  i  GiVscr:*,  B C.  C*  I Mobile Unit Ready to Go  I  i  I  I  i  24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE  Chuck's  Motors & Welding Works  Phone Sechelt 54W  ^^lii^*S��^5^*i:��!sS&=3*^.^--^ -.;i$?  5*-;^a*>s^^P^-s- The Coast News    Thursday  March  22  19.51  Halfmoon Bay  MRS KAY RAVEN  ROCK LOBSTER SALAD  1/  l  \  2 can j South African Rock Lobster  V* cup chopped cucumber  1 cup chopped celery  1/4 cup French Dressing  2 packages unflavored gelatin  >/2 cop eold water \ .,  3 chicken bouillon cubes  3 cups boiling water  2 tablespoons chopped pimienta  1  teaspoon grated onion  7  teaspoon salt  Real Mayonnaise  Cut South African Rock Lobster in chunks. Combine with cucumber an*  .celery. Pour French Dressing over all and allow to stand while prepar-  ilne rest of salad. Soak gelatin in cold water 5 minutes. Dissolve bouillon  Jutes in boiling water and add to gelatin. Allow to cool. When gelatin  legins to set add pimiento, onions and salt to Rock Lobster-mixture and  leombine with gelatin. Pour into a ring.mold which has been rinsed in  Uold water but not dried. Set in refrigerator to thicken. Unmold on a  Ked of lettuce. Fill center with Real Mayonnaise, garnish with fcarc*  ifooked eggs and parsley. Serves 6 to 8.  MAKE yOUR DOLLARS  S-T-R-E-T.C-H FURTHER  At The  HOWESOUNDCOOPERATIVESTORE  Where  THE EASTER SUPPLIES  ARE THE FINEST IN QUALITY AND VARIET^  EASTER  HOT CROSS BUNS  EASTER NOVELTIES  WE DELIVER  Phone Gibsons 46 and 46W  SEE US FOR ALL YOUR LUMBER NEEDS  Phone 15 M2 ,  Wilson Creek  HALFMOON BAY. On Wednesday, March 1, Bill Kolter-  man president of Halfmoon  Bay Liberal Association and  Royal Murdock of the Pender  Harbour Board of Trade, made  .a flying visit to Victoria to see  the Minister ,o�� Public Works.  They were favourably ter  cieved, ancl talked of road" conditions, the proposed cut-off,  and power availability, about  which they also interviewed  *4he B.C. K)wPer Commission.  Apropos of this, did you  hear Dick Diespecker reporting the news for the ���Daily'*  Province, in which h gave, a  Intyr's speech from the floor  of the house ? Mr Maclntyre  didn't miss a thing, he really  �� ''went to bat" (ouch!), for  Sechelt Peninsula.; He has./onr  sincere  thanks   and   apprecia-:  , tion.  Welcome  book   to   Mr   and  Mrs Archie Rutherford of Red- -  roof's after five months holi-.  day in Kelowna.  Belated    but   sincere , good  ,   wishes to the'Paddy-Welsh's  of  Redrooffs who   celebrated  31 years of marriage March 1.  Welcome^to. Mr and Mrs  Larry Ward*''and Mrs Ward'?  f aither Mr Steel}, who are  moving from Wood Bay, to  make their home here.  Pat McCorley, newlyweds> just  Welcome also to Mr. and Mrs '  returned fromm a honeymoon  motoring through Washington,  Pregon and Qaliforniia, and  making their horiie; here.V The  : attractive bride was formerly,  Jean Stoltz of Vancouver, and  married Pat there on February  23.  Congratulations' and good  ��� .wishes.  '. y rP-:  Farewell to   Mr ; and^ Mrs  Ernie  Jofgensen,   and  family,  also Mr and Mrs Al^iigibson  "'.' who rare^off to Spuzziim^ B.C,  to make; thjBir. home,   y ;  fhei; lastif&V minutes were.  raiher liectpfas Mrs Ed; Pratt  4 6��| the Trading Post^ helped  y pack Mrs? Jorgensen, her two  * >s6ns, Buddy and Donald, their  great T)anep ^ Rfiley'', the  ���smaller dogK'Skippy", black  cat, /Thu|imy'S : Mrs Pat  ���  Jfxibson,   se^ni bags    and,  a  "driyer all ^in|&; one eari v - ;  yp'filtr and Mrs;Cecr>Ghamberlih  ^nlEihdaJouiwithi;;ir and Mrs  ,   Pa^il  Sk^tt|Jtand, ;|ainiry ��� are  holidaying^Jih;-Saskatchewan,  visiting f6r||erjHalfmoon Bay  ���Schneider. ;l)tiow"or not  Cec.  : please hei hlbmevfor the Bad-  ; mihtonClub^dahee on the 16,  we need yot^!.,-,/;/P::Z.r '  iVisiting h^fe is Mr and Mrs  ���JSrnie      Lsejyi^'s ,   gijiahdson,  Freddie frbm^Y&hcouver.  r Visiting also, i�� Miss Mary  ( Burroughs, Jhpme   for' a  few  weeks to help lier mother, who  had  the��� ihfefortune  to -break  ,her wrist w|ien she; slipped on  the icy trail.:  Sympathy^is extendieci to Ed...  Dolman whjo  is in  St  Mary's  Hospital,    ^endpr    Harbour,  with bad aijm burns. Sorry to  i   say, Frank ;��Lyonv a real old  P iimep here^s in  Shaughnessy  y Hospital,v wfth^a severe attack"  .   of bronchitis. -A speedy recovery, Frank!       :-y.:-Z'  V    ;>^The  P��T:A#-- whist  drive  arid dance, on March 2 was not  as^ well  attended  as. it  could  there^'enjoy^^^theniselves. Especially M^fsup'p^  served by convener, Mrs Joyce  Stewart.  West Seehelt  BY MARGARET ALLAN '  WE. ARE sorry  to  hear ,of  ' the passing of Frank Patterson  a noted jeweller, and brother  of .Mrs '.J. Mowat.  Mr and Mrs Norman Taylor  has Mr Power staying with  them for a few days, he is  from Vancouver Island.  Mrs B Power has gone to  town for a visit.  Mrs Morlay had the misfortune to ; break her hip-bone,  me mentioning it, if it happens  and hop'e Arie's. won;t mind  to be in her territory. I am  in the same boat, getting my  adjectives clipped. The Mr is  getting suspicious of me, he  thinks I am writing a letter  to thee husbands, as he sees  little of my writing,: "''.:  .  ���  ;; Women are so ^logical,  imagine thnking of spring  wardrobes now. I hope we]'are  not too restricted to. utility  clithes. It takes just as, much  material to make a dull garment as tin interesting one';  even if we have to wear flour  sacks, they need not be the  saime styjl|e,i.e. we need not  have the . Five. Roses stamp  showing through the dye in  the * same\i\place, especially  when tying our shoe-laces.  NOT MAKING REPAIRS CAN  BE: DOWNRIGHT ' EXPENS-  : we:1,U/: - zzz '--���-> py y  Your B  of M Branch Makes  i       LOW-COST LbANS   .  ' ' ;; ' for Home Improvement  ''���. The. trouble is that one need  for repair that's over-looked  oi* left.. to . take care, of itself  so often leads to -another. And  then the final expense is much  greater. If your'house is in  need of improvements ,.-..: repairs, paint jobs and the like~  and your ready, cash can't take  . care'of the cost, why riot apply  to the Bank of Montreal for  : a loan to do the job TNow. that  spring is here, '���' you '11 want to;  be getting on soon with just,  this kind of work, and a word  " with Tom Larson the B of M  '   manager    at.   Gibsons     and-  :./ Sechelt may well clear tho  way. If you are in a position  to repay a loan by easy monthly instalments, without too  great a strain on your income,  .;- Mr Larson can advance you  the money you need. The in-  . terest comes to only six per  cent a year. For example, .if  you borrow' $100 and pay it  back over twelve months, the  charge is just 27 cents a month.  With the fine weather coming,  tomorrow is none' too soon for  your call' oh-the B of M's  Gibsons or Sechelt" branch.  :/ '��� '���';���.". '"Advtr  Every Saturday Nisht  OLD TIME AND SQUARE DANCING  SECHELT LEGION HALL        C  8:30  11: vp.nL  MODERN DANCINC  ll:p;m.- v  Legionaires Orchestra  v.:wi  {..-..   t:  Sechelt-Jervis Towing Company  Your Local Complete Mtoine TOWING SERVICE  AGENTS:��� ;p-yp yy,i^Z,-Z'- i  Pender Harbour:  Bill Donley���Phone:  Sechelt 11S2  Gibsons. Reg: Xjodfrey-^Phone:  Granthams-56-v  Nariaririo:- Phorie 555���Night: 1497 or 305 .  Vancouver:  Phone  PAcific  4558;  Night ���  KErr.  6352  Phone Us Collect for Quotations  "Tractor Trarisport -No, ??Z-P: especially: eciuipped for  hauling cats, trucks and logging equipment -by sea^  Log TOwing Scow Towing Pile Driving  Dredgirig Wharf and Float Construction  Breakwater  Construction Marine Salvage  Salvage Pumps  .;'-J  f  M.  i  DR. AM. LOWE, D.D.S., L.S.D.  Office at Roberts Greek  WILL BE CLOilbl  i;y  ���I-1  a  i  1  1  I-  I:  1  March 22  -May 4  1  I'  ft"-  r  i  MAKE APPOINTMENTS  IMMEDIATELY  FOE TREATMENT BETWEEN NOW AND MARCH 22  I  1  l  i  m-x  Wht (gndslNjeuis   I    Order Your Winter's  \;  or  Rubber Stamps  ��� All Types and Sizes��� New Low Prices  ������/ '������:':������;��� '���.���'������>.  ���������"�����     '.���.-!.. .  ;. Py r.:;m.' wty^zii.:,,:^. z-^  Phone Gibsons 50 >I  :   9? ?   ������������.-  a       a v  - ���  Phone Gibson^  45  ling Is  B  Thursday March '22  1951    The Coast News  mmms  I  WE LEAD  THE HARBOUR WITH  Dry Goods  ���*5-'   China; .-.  New, Fresh Supplies  A Complete Stock  of Kitchen and  Home Essentials  MURDOCH'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  DAYTIME DRAMA  BACKSTAGE WIFE  11:00 AM.  YOUNG WIDDER  BROWN  11:15 AM.  V.ST  DIAL 600  >s��.  Pender Harbour,  B.C.  The Qld-Established  General Store  SUPPLYING FAMILIES,  ^ i3CraERMEN &m  ���;'-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  '���pZM  CANADIAN '   MEMORIAL  Chapel,   Vancouver,   was   the  scene   of  a   pretty  w'eddl'mg,  when baskets of early spring  flowers^ made a lovely setting  for the double - ring ceremony,  ��� which united Jeannie Gilliland  Rae, daughter of Mr and Mrs  J.J. Rae of Ayr, Scotland and  Harold  Arthur  Bushfield  son  of Rev. Prank and Mrs Bush-  field of Gibsons. The evening  ceremony  was  perforiri'ed  by  the/ groom's father  Mrs F. H. Austin, cousin of  the bride, was her matron of  honor,   while  the   groom   was  attended    by    Mr    Wiilliam  Witkamp.  Mr F.H. Autin and Mr Paul  Fomitin,. of Yakima, brother-  in-law of the groom werv  ushers.  The -bride was given in  marriage by  Mr R.G.  Austin.  A gown of white tulle" illusion, was chosen by 'the  1 bride, with full triple skirt,  double flounced at hem, and  the fingentip veil banded with  Chantillly lace, the fitted jacket of lace, having a Peter Pan  collar and lily point sleeves.  With it she wore the groom's  gift of pearls. Her veil was  caught with a halo of orange  - blossoms; and she carried a  bouquet of pink, rapture roses|c  white, hyacinths, and. pink arid  white heather, tied with ribbon  "of the Royal Stuart ��arian.  The' sp!o -'-'I'll, walik with,  vou" ":;was    sung    by;   Beth  Ridden; pp. 'Pyy      ���v. Pi:' -   ;  At the reception, >held at the:  Hollies, Mr and Mrs RiG.  Austin officiated in the absence  of the ;bride's parents, and with  Rev. Frank and Mrs Bushfield:  welcomed the ; guests. : Mrs'  Austin Syas in rilaroon crepe  with navyihat arid accessories,  corsage of pale "yellow roses,^  Mrs Bushfield, mother of the  groom,, woW navy flowered  silk, with hat- arid accessories  ���fbi silver grey, and corsage of  deep pink roses. ;  Many congratulatory cables  and wires received from 'Scotland and Eastern United States  were read byr the' best man.  For her going away outfit,  ^he Bride wore a Faille dress  in lilac color, with flowered  lilac, imported straw%at, with  itop coat and accessaries of  grey, and corsage of pink rosebuds. ��� v'-;;-; i :;;' ���' ,;  After   a   honeymoon  spent  ���south of the border, the happy  i couple will be at home at 2775 .  \ West   38 Avenue  Vancouver.  SECHELT.; Mrs; C. Scott has  resigned as treasurer for the  local Girl Guide unit.  She will be replaced by Mrs  A. Gordon who will carry on  the duty until the year's end.  Mrs Scott was forced to stop  work on behalf of the girl's,  owing to ill health.  Delegate for the annual conference of Girl Guides, to be  held in  Duncan, will be  Mrs.  C.  Lucken.  The Guide. Association May  Day tea has heen set for April  28, according to decisions made  at the regular meeting in the  Sechelt Inn.  Donations by the mothers of  Guides and Brownies will be  "very welcome", Gifts may  include garden 'seeds, bulbs,  plants, noA^elties or home sewn  articles.  A guide enrolment will be  held sometime this month. Date  will be announced' later.  SECHELT. More than 200 persons braved a near blizzard and  icy roads to witness Talent Night, sponsored bv Sechelt PTA  and held m the Sechelt Residential School Hall/ March 9  Winners   in   the   four   asre    '���~ ��� ��� ���   dent Robert Cook.  Intermission music was supplied by the seven piece ac-  cordlan band of the Indian  Residential School, yhile Reg  Henton entei^ained w;ith his  laughter provoking '' Magic  Tricks "  Accompanists were, Mrs D.  T. R, McColl, Karen Stockwell,  Mrs A. W. McCrea, Mrs H.  Stockwell and Mrs T. Turner.  age  groups were as follows, Elaine  Powell, vocal solo, under six  years; Diane McColl, 6 to 12  year, piano solo; Kathlteen  Rouse, 13 to 18 years, piano  solo and Maurice Hemstreet,  19 and over 'guitar and harmonica.  A special award went to a  iriusical trio consisting of  Peter Wilson, playing the ac  cordian, Len Johnson with his,  guitar and Joe Mitchell also  with guitar.  Judges were Mrs A.W McRea  Earl Dawe, and John Yewdall.  Captain Andrew Johnson  acted as M.C. while guests  were welcomed by PTA Presi-  For  PRESCRIPTIONS  See  TAKE YOUR PLACE WITH  MEN LIKE THESE...  Soldiers of the Sky  Paratroopers of the  Infantry Corps...  FOR NEWS AND VIEWS  READ THE COAST NEWS  WHERE THE CLASSIFIED  ADS CAN ACTUALLY PUT  MONEY IN YOUR POCKET  FREIGHT SERVICE  EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY  Logging Trucks and Trailers  Excavating;Shovels Moving" Vans  R. M. INGLIS���GIBSQNS AGENT  ' Phone Gibsons 50  Zy #HAMifeNl<* WH1JE  ;..-  ���;. .��� ���������::pi::pii675 MAIN/S^EET '   i"...;.,.  , -;; . :|  PA.   6539 ;, -^       Vancouver       "   .     PA  9171-2 ^  Yes! There is a place in the Canadian Army Active Force for young  men able and willing to train as  paratroopers in the Royal Canadian Infantry Corps. Alert, quick-  thinking, physically fit men are  needed now to become members  of highly trained teams.  To be a paratrooper, you muse  have high physical stamina, an eye  for adventure, and the ability to  think and act quickly. If you have  these qualities, then this is your  opportunity ��� to join this proud  company of men ���- the soldiers  of the sky.  Act today -��� now, when Canada  needs you. Report immediately for  active duty and start your training  as a paratrooper.  TO ENLIST YOU MUST:  *  1. Be a Canadian citizen or  British subject.  2. Be between 17 and 30 years  oFage.  3. Be single.  4. Meet Army test requirements.  5. Volunteer for service anywhere.  REPORT RIGHT AWAY TO:  No. 11 Personnel Depot,  4050 West Fourth Ave.,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  .-  AStss'-ac  i  i-  JOIN ^  For sparkling entertainment, listen to "The Voice of the Army" ~ Wednesday evenings ��� Dominion Network  i.-S��.i-*>v;; 8  The Coast News      Thursday March 22 1951  and Mrs K. "Berry.       ?������������"���'  We   hear   that   Mrs   Pearl  mere   .Ks~~mr~-cmKc. wag���a����y  SECHELT  By ARIES.  Power Commission has a baby    Osborne, who had a very bad  SECHELT. Arriving recently to visit her parents was Mrs  pi.  Havass,  Nora,  as  she was  i affectionately  known, will be  busy visiting old friends by the  time this  gets in print.  Glad to hear that Mrs Jack  Nelson is back again and feeling a lot better. Mrs L.F. Scott  returned recently from hospital. .-We understand the one  time Janet Hanson, whose husband  used  to   woi'k   for  *he  son. Her mother, Mrs Louis  Hanson was a recent visitor  ihere.   "  Dorothy Larson, Margaret  Williams and Darleen Laycock  had a treat when the world's  skating champion Barbara  Ann Scott was a visitor in  Vancouvei\, they all got a  chance to get in and see the  be'autiful and talented champion.  Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Mcintosh  of New Westminster were recent visitors at the home of  Mr and Mrs F.' Postlethwaite  ���while Mr and Mrs' Asseltine  of Vancouver visited with Ms  fall, is coming along nicely.  We shall be missing Walter  McKissock on the laundry  route as he has taken over the  duties of post master. Frank  Postlethwaite jr. will be driving the laundry truck in the  future.  present to get that ofte^ postr  poned complete physical examination, , ������;��� Complete: jf anxjferegu-  l'armedical ehe,ek-ups " often  locate ailments in their incipient stage ... at a time when  something can be done about  'it: . ���        ���'��������� -���.-. ���������'  igms&&&  S^J'  I  I  1  1  1  I  1  I  1  1  I  ��:  "I  I  ��  w  &  I  I  I  ONE TOO MANY  GLASGOW. The commando  took John "Ramsay from prison dnrinsr tlie war because his  safe-bl/nvirior ability made him  . valn^ble in the document-���  filching business behind enemy  ���]inp<*.  Hi~, army conduct was exemplary, but recently he dreV  a frve-year stretch for blowing  "one more safe."  MARRIAGE  BUSHFIELD-RAE   on   Friday, February 23, at 7:30 p.m.  in    the    Canadian    Memorial  Chapel by  Rev. Frank Bushfield, Harold Arthur Bushfield,  son of Rev. and Mrs. F. Bushfield   of   Gibsons,  to  Jeahnie "K  Gilliland Rae, daughter of Mr.  and  Mrs.  J.  J.   Rae  of Ayr,  Scotland.  PUBLIC HEARING  Notice is hereby given that the Corporation. of  the Village of Gibson's Landing }iroposes to  pass a Zoning Bylaw, aiid in compliance with  Section 10 of the Town Plaaaning Act, a public  hearing will be given to any per.son or persons  who deem themselves affected by the provisions  contained in the proposed, Bylaw. .  The public hearing will be held in, the Municipal  Hall, Gibson's, on Tuesday, April 10th, at  2:30 p.m. *";  A copy of the proposed Zoning Bylaw may be  inspected at the Municipal Hall on the days of  April 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 aiid 7, between the hours of  2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.  ROBT. BURNS,  . . Clerk,  NO SURPRISE lies behind this nhoto of Casey Stengel signing a  new contractvwith the World Champidh New York Yankees but  the contracts it's claimed a breathtaker, with bonuses, could bring  Casey $80,000 next season. The Yanks have taken two series  in as many years under the eye of stengefc^     "  HE RES THE WAY TO  GOOD SEEDS  Buckerhelds  B and  K  _    Radishes  Artichokes  Egg Plant  Potatoes  Greens  Turnips  Peas  BUY EARLY...  spring is  Tools of all Types        Vigoro Fertilizer  Insecticides    Sprayers    Sprays  Wheelbarrows   Dusts   Shears  Everything Fori^eFarmer-Gardener  A Complete Hardware  s   Hardware  Phone Sechelt 51'     ';  GIBSONS. A survey of tourist potential will be made for  this district, aimed" at having  " new money'' come into the  area in order to build a hotel. -  Faced .wih a rosy picture  of pending car ferries and  thousands of tourists, ''the"'  Board of Trade decided to have-  a survey made in order to sub-*  mit it to prospective hotel  builders. ,-     .   :.;-  Led by George ' Hill and  Jules -Schultz, the Boardtook*'  oh" the work of Ending out'  what the potential traffic flow  is and what could be ��� done  about catering to tourists.  George Hill will head the investigating committee which  wiir consist of W. Sutherland  and C. John Coleridge- A report will be brought down at  at "the next Board^of Trade  meeting.' '���. y\ : ;������ Z   ''-���'?;. ;:���-���-.."-'-���'��� .  WILSON CREEK. Mrs. An-  ' drew Johnston must have had  her    lucky   ' star    shining    on  Thursday at about 1:30 p.mv  ' Standing just, outside the  Hudson's Bay Company store  at the Georgia Street entrance,  Mrs. Johnston narrowly missed death when a huge plate  glass window, torn from its  moorings by the. tempestuous  winds, crashed clown and missed her '��� by the merest fraction  of an inch.''  GAS STATION  ' <--&Xl'


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