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 '<*.  "Authorized, as Second  Class Mail,' Post Office  Department,   Ottawa?'1  -.1.     - ��*-,rr> JV^-^       l  A  ^,.  Published' by The Coast News,. Gibsons,- B.C.     Vol. 4:-,64V':--::''':.-:Thlirsclay April 12 1951      5c per copy, ��2.00 perye-r oy mail.  THIS '^BUTTON BLANKET" has captured the  attention of .visitors to the exhibit, of riative arts  of the Pacific Northwest, which recently opened-  at the "Montreal;: Museum of Fine::-Arts.- An  Indian rcraftsnian has depicted, with the use  of tiri^vpiearl buttons on colored felt,��a kiUer  whale, trapped on a rock.   Shown left to rjight.  are Hon. Robert. H. Winters,. Minister of .'Resources and -Development,' who opened the'* exhibition; Mrs. E. de B. Panet;- Mrs. Winters;  Maj.-Gen. Panet, one of the 'Museum's-./viee--  presidents, and Dr. Robert Tyler Daviis, Museurij  director.      ���-.:���' ��� -.:���;./�����..  MRS E. NESTMAN, chairman of the Village  Commission, nettled by ^merchants ''getting away with murder," in regard to licenses,  may have provoked -a storm which can only  15 be quieted with a completely revised system-  of trades licenses. ,  , No' one ,can ignore   the  errors  and  in-  ��. We Have stores h��re$which operate und,er  f/the tag name "general"."     '    ,     %  /      ���*    ,  .This' is  not  conducive, to  fair, play  or  justice. <���  .-j' , V^Ilafiei Commissions, in the past have  '^been lenient in enforcing the letter of the  [regulation. This, in those days, was probably  only fair and reasonable. But- times are  changing, as is our economic horizon.  \ We are growing up and will have to pay  some of the penalties. ..  , \ ^Merchants w;shing.\to, dabble in various  Commodities such as'a 5 and 10 cent store,  nd paying one general license, should hardly  be 'allowed to1 snipe at other "merchants <with  jseven licenses, each of these seven costing the  same as the general.  Each merchant  should   be  charged   one  license for every outlet,  provicled  his stock  I of any given outlet'is less thian $25-in whole-  ^sale value, when he should then be allowed  )to sell that convenience free.'  We suggest, since the village is growing  }and in need of money that $10 or $15 should ,  be charged for the; first five major  outlets  |haiidled;-by-.-any-\(6n'ei'-.'merchaht and $5 for each  succeeding or: secondary line of merchandize.  Exeptiohs to this rule >vill spring up and  (they should be" allowed.  Corner grocery stores should be permitted  | to sell several lines-without being too 'heavily  |y penalized. - Tbey are ��� always tfulnerablje and  �� when competition [ arrises in any particular  [j* corner it meanVtnatthat corner store is in a  \ position to pajh the ordinary^ rates.  i)- ��� ��� ' ' ����� ������������-���i-  i Ferry, Approval Story  GIBSONS. News that "the car ferry franchise-has been approved, by the' cabinet, "may be premature but quite, true."  Story that the "car ferry had been approved by the cabinet  'has been released'by radio station^ C.K.W.X. only. "We got the  story from our Victoria correspondent", a yancouver member  of the news staff tofd this paper.  Perturbed by  the following  We do not  think  it  is  fair  to  saddle  av  person, getting* as little money as our village  clerk  is  getting,  with  the  responsibilily   of  categorizing a general store and another store  - selling three lines. The licensing officer is  .always open to personal criticism and this  .should not be.  *, r^.r_^Jt is. the^ duty of the village ^commission  y^fto m#keIth>rrUw cjeari to everyj:mfel&it^1."e.s  ^ Browii/s corner store' fs charged' one' license,  but Black's store on the main street is to be  charged' six licenses. ��  There, is nothing unfair about lf his system  but there can undoubtedly be improvements.  We would draw the Commission's attention to a survey now being made* in the lower  - Fraser vfclley- villages and 'towtas whereby  a complete summary or synopsis of the licensing bylaws of all-the areas wilLbe: made up  and publicised.  '  Due-to be -.'released within three: weeks,  t his suryey couldi vw'eli be the guiding ] rule  for Gibsons../.. ���. .i.;\../.L [Pi"  ' Th#vi^ge clerk, will, in July, be starting  another round . of iai collections; It - will be  embarrassing for him to decide on the various  categories��� we do not pay for this.  It will also, by virtue of this "general"  .    license, be a very unfair taxation on the majority of merchants. ���#^.'. v.'-  Do away with this general, blanket license  and charge each  merchant for  selling  eachx  category. If the merchant finds that his outlet  -.'"Twill, not  bear  a license it ^yill  probably  be  found it is because already another merchant  'is making  his  living  from  selling  just that  article or line.  We charge peddlers $50 to soil their wares  in this village. We do this to protect ourselves!  The same thing applies to a general license.  We have to protect ourselves against our own  mistake - at least until JUl�� but certainly nofi  .after that date. '     . ,  , gilence the Coast News con:  ,1 acted a person very close to  the coalition Cabinet who veri-  iied the release, but pointed  out ' thfct "neither, iM^r  ,Maclntyre, (McKenzie Riding  ^emberj or members' of the  'legislature had been officially  notified"/  '' There  is  little  doubt  but  what the story  is true",  the  official said, "but its release,  before the proper channels had  been followed, will quite probably have repercussions".  It iis bdJKeWed the cabinet  approved franchise will now go  hack to-the private bills committee- minus the expropriation  clause, for ajpproval.' It will  then be signed by lieutenant  governor in council.^  FLOWER SHOW IS  Sim IN JUNE    I  SECHELT. ZAnnual flower  'show -of Yhe -L:A. to -Legion  Branch 140 will he held some-  lime during the ��� seconcjl week  in June according to convenor  Mrs C.C. Lawrence.  Flower lists will he. printed  in this-paper next week.  Further: enquiries   with " re-  , pard to  entries  and   entrants,  rules   and   regulations   should  be directed -WAV'.' Elliott, West  Sechelt;    Mrs-  M.   Batehelor,  : Selma Park or Mrs Lawrence.  OCKB  GIBSONS. Oganizations and associations* up and down the  Peninsula have rallied behind Black Ball Ferries in an effort  to speed up what may be an early start to car ferry operations  between Vancouver and Powell River.  i ii ' Halfmoon  TWO WEEKS  TO CHANGE  EFT  GIBSONS.. Second reading  was given ihe rezoning bylaw  by Village Commissioners at  the general meeting, Tuesday.  ^ "Only eight or,nine people  from 275 resident ratepayers  took .the time to come down  to the meeting,'"* (three; man  crmmiitee meeting to hear  objections) said Robert Macnicol, sponsor and prime mover  (Continued  on  page .4)...���..::���;  Bay,, led by  Liberal Association President  William Kolterman wasted no  time in urging Ken Morton,  superintendent of federal pub-  lie works at New Westminster  and Jan.Vs Sdnclaiii, 'MP.' to  get behind .the company request ��� allowing installation of  docking equipment . on the  eastern fac^ of the present  wharf.  George Frith, regional  manager for Black Ball Company a. isured that his company  would move n rxh the barge  unloading slip if his equipment  (continued  on  page 5)  ;:���>?���  Gambier- Keats Island  Ferry Survey Soon  GAMBIER. With approval from the cabinet "of the car ferry  application, the road has been cleared--.'for. a boat'- freight ���  passenger service to Keats andi Gambier Islands.     :..'���'  ��� ���: r        B.M, Maclntyre,  MLA will,  TUP  F} A TV* P'"2t |Si     at ^* -request-11 f the Hon. E.Gv  '"I nC/J,r/^^l^l^L^J^^.^z:q^s9n^-;v:-minJsterr, j>fei.palil3C  ���works/ ystart ? ;iminediate�� negotiations    with    Blhcl?., Ball  '-���' Ferries, (Canada): with a view  to Working" Out plans, for servicing   bolh   islands,   now deprived   of  all   passenger  communication.        -,'..-;  ���   Recently approached by a delegation,  consisting of  Francis  Dragc.J.P. Kenneth Alexander  and   B.M.   Maclntyre,   M.L.A.  regarding  subsidizing   a  passenger   ferry  service   between  the  islands  and either Horseshoe    Bay    or-'   Giosons,    the  minister   indicated    his    synr-  (Continued- on   page  8)  GIRL GUIDES TO  HAVE SELLING BEE  GIBSONS. This week, Girl  Guides of the first Gibsons and  second Sechelt companies will  be calling on residents of the  Peninsula requesting support  for the Girl Guide Cooking  Week.  Buy a.-'box*, of cookies and  help/ along a worthy cause, is  the unit's slogan.  ROBERTS CREEK *VON.  will sponsor a dance, April 21,  in the Communi v llall.  GIBSONS PTA will meet  April 16 at 8 p.m. in the  elementary school.  . MONTHLY meeting of the  L.A. , to Canadian Legion,  Branch 109 will be held April  20,  in Legion  Hall   atx 8  p.m.  SECHELT May Day Benefit  Dance, Roberts : Creek Hall,  'April-SO,  *��� *' AUNT    TILLIE '���' '0oes  Town,"    will   be    played  to  bv  Gibsons Landing High School  Dramatic Club in tjhe ^Roberts  Creek Hall, April 14.  PUBLIC MEETING, April  17 in the Sechelt Legion Hall  to hear Roy Howie and, Robert  Burns discuss problems of  amalgamation. It is sponsored  by the Sechelt Ratepayers  Asso'ciation.  A.  RUMMAGE   SsALE   will  be held under auspices of the  ;W.A.   in   the   Gibsons , United  IChiiirch Hall,  May  2,  10 a.m:  to 4 p.m.  s.y  Last Obstacle Cleared From  Car Ferry Franchise Path  VICTORIA. Last obstacle in the path of a Gdbsdns car ferry  has been removed with approval from private bills committee of tfeBl^  Only-routine house approval has to be gained now in  order to make law the 25 year exclusive franchise.  Already approval has been given by the caucus and  the cabinet, the private bills approval was a foregone conclusion bu�� was part of the proceedure.  The expropriation clause has been deleted from the  original application.  y It is believed the last stamp of approval Will given to  day in the House. This will clear the way for the'company  to immediately begin installation of equipment and wharf ing  facilities at the Horseshoe Bay area end.  Work is now gojbig apace on the 48 car ferry now  docked in North Vancouver. The'Coast News      Thursday April 12 1951  In His True  m mm  '��� ��� MAIN STUMBLING block on the right of way for ear ferry  service between Horseshoe Bay and Powell River has been overcome and mainly due to the untiring, and unstinting efforts of  B.M. Maclntyre," MLA.  Let no. man  believe the  legislative, green light was given  without much hard work on the part of many, some for it and  some against it, but standing above them all, handling the pawns  of negotiation with the sure touch of a veteran chess player was  %our member of the assembly.  Strong opposition sprang up-from the west shore. It seems  that-West Vancouver has trouble operating its own transport  services and has made a fizzle out of its.fire brigade efforts not  to mention the mess they are in with the hospital question, yet  they find much time to tell everyone else'how to operate their  business.  We hope this is water under the bridge now. But the opposition born of that municipality's faculty of not minding its3"own  affairs could easily have frightened a lesser man - it frightened*  the majority of the 12 man private bills committee.  A man of smaller stature* would have failed miserably when  he faced the Coalition caucus, charged with selling the whole  idea to the strongest group in the political horizon. There were  men'there who were against the ear ferry, there were men there  who wanted changes in the wording, there were also members  who disliked the 25. year and the expropriation clause. There  were-none who disliked the ear ferry proponent and therein, lies  our member's strongest point.  Cast back and remember the opportunity given Batt to stand  on the floor of the h>ouse and, with sword' waving high and  sparks flying from him in righteous indignation, denounce the  government for its foolishness in the*hospital stand. Then takest  that same man, douse the sparks, melt his sword and send him,  in supplication, to. the caucus and we would have had the Maclii- .-  goune for another few years. ' :.-���   ���' "  We do hot believe our member is the smartest man in the  government but he has a lot of sound common sense and. the  ability to play poker with master poker players. And that attribute, when the chips are down, is worth much to this area.  That faculty of standing back and weighing chances of.'sue-  ces :;. with cold,'logical mathematics and sound common sense will  undoubtedly give us our share oL the presents annually strewn  from the tax basket, of Mr Anscomb and all the smaller baskets  beneath, v,-..,, ';;-i; _ .    ./,.'-/~"  ;      " v " .'.���/���,  : Unless the 'unknown creeps in, we shall have a ferry within  a few weeks,; experts claim the .recent delay means, "not before  June 15,* When.the first landing is made here, 'it would be  fitting if the man who did'more than any other to make it possible, were there" to welcome that for which he fought so hard,  ancWbften.far and beyond the call of his duty, as oui* member ���  Mr B.M. Maclntyre.'  contained in \the '���'.Act'' to  prevent^ certain, abuses . that  migfytilrise as between the;date  that' the bylaw is /introduced  and the date of its being finally  passeds by the Commission.  Robert Macnicol.  ��  Readers Right  BYLAW WARNING  EDITOR THE NEWS  SIR. .-..:���������  It is only right that I should  issue a warning, to any person  who may be inclined to rush  into speculating-in'.-real estate  where it is intended to operate  a business, or industry, in a  location not^ zoned for that  particular activity.in the Zoning  Bylakv" whiejii !was: given  'firit  reading  by the Commission on March 27.-i  1 now qubtd from the  '' Town Planning Act'' under  which this zoning bylaw is  brought into being.      '.  ..   "Section   15   of  the   Town  Planning Act" provides, that  prior to the passing of a zoning bylaw or prior to the passage   of   an   amendment   of. a.  zoningx byftajw  if  amplication  therefore has been made pursuant to Section 11 th,e Council  may, for a period not exceeding  two. months withhold, or authorize, its proper officer to withhold, a building permit for any  building when  the  Conneil is  of  the '^opinion  that the  construction   of the  bnildling in  question  might  interfere with  the work of the zoningy or. the  Council may impose suels con>  ditionson the granting of the  building permit as may appear  to   the   Council   to  be in the  public interest".  Obviously  this  provision   is *  MIKEL H&OK AGAIN  EDITOR, $HE NEWS  SIB'Editor lister.  Tetta say Take doar for walk.  J say whp ^ She say you. I go.  Dog sfop at pole to see if any  phone ^message. L meet man  from. Jjleadlands. He sore at/  Kommissar.-He say Kommissar  ,dont Ayant make water in  Headlands,,1 just stall. I look,up  istall in iwordbook, means place  for " hoarse' Kommissar dont  want place for horse, just for  funny dump truck. Headlands  man say irleadlands���pipe one  job, high-^-up pipe different  job. Headlands���pipe, Kommissar know what to, do, got  money. High-*���up pipe/, djont  know what to do. no got money.  Why not do one job/first ?  Kommissar say must .know  ���everything first, get lots money  before spend cent. :; .  In Prag is proverb, Man, who  dont start till he know everything dont start period;: What ���  :you think?  GRATEFUL ISLANDS  EDITOR THE NEWS.  SIR. '  If I may have the privilege  of a  few lines iri your valued'  publication I would appreciate  ^the favour..   -  ' With the passing of ,the bill>   assembly ���"' Liei  vice/by the ./Black Ball Line a t>1"~1' nS~" tT'  new era is opening for not only  the people of the Mainland but  those of us who dwell on the  'Howe Sound Islands. Now that  the Government has authorized  this bill, with the approval and  promise of financial assistance  from the B.C. Government, our  member will commence negotiations which will bring much  needed transportation to oivr  Islands.  The building of the Port  Mellon Road with the provision  of a much needed, large industry pay - roll will also bring  new life to the area. The promised improvement to roads on  the Peninsula and improvement to the roads and trails-  on Gambier and Keats will also  greatly improve the lives of  our   people.   The   increase   in  the  bright  prospects   of the '  region. '  In all ihese improvements i  and alleviations in the lot ��� of I  our   people   one   man   stands  above  alL others' and  that isj  our member in ^the legislative  "'   '"' Lieut.    ,CoI. * B.M:'  Jl.A. -When' th,e)  Black' B'all  bill   was returned  from ^private-bills committee  Batt. refused to accept defea  and took it to the caucus an  won. Again it was our membe^  who fought on the floor of -tluj  house and in committee for tkj|  low/ income  groups.  In  ever  way, Batt., has shown himself  as an .unselfish .member and %  good friend.    , ' '  We.are fortunate indeed tfl  have a ^ member such as*,MS  Maclntyre. He was a verj|  gallant soldier, an able business  man and is now becoming &  very shtrewd and ^experiences  parliamentarian. The people oil]  the Howe Sounds Islands salutcj  you Batt Maclntyre and 1 aui;  sure that the people of thci  mainland will join us in thank(-|  ing you for work well done.    }  Social Assistance rates for our  needy   residents,   though   not  large will  make  the  lives  of  Heil Editor these people a little > brighter.  Mikel Blo^c.        All these facts.add greatly to  Francis Drage J.P.   \]i  HUNGRYBUGS.  TERMITES cause approxi\!  matey- $45,000,000 of damage)  a year in the United States,  '}]   ^  ft Half  B<  '*4  moon oay  BY MRS/E. RAVEN  THE EASTER iiervice ";cdh-  . ducted by the Rev. A.E Green  of Columbia Coast Mission,  was held Easter Sunday. evening, at the home of Mr and  Mrs Ed. Pratt. It Was extremely  well, attended and slightly  -more formal1 than usual, the  Rev. Green's familiar friendly  air was riot lost.     :;  Congratulations to Mr and  Mrs Le.n Limpensell who were  fourth in the Talent Contest  at Gibson's Friday March 23.  A very versatile pair, Joy and  Len played and sang a cowboy  song. /Judging by: applause  alone they were very well relieved.  Congratulations  also  to  Mr  ^and Mrs Pemble on the birth  of a  son  Tuesday  March   24.  Mrs  Pemble  is. in  hpspital* in  Vancouver. \  ' Mrs    Mary   Pratt    held    a  sh ow.er    Wednesday     evenin g  ' for ��� newly  -  wed   Mrs   Jean  McSorley. Among guests were,  /���  Mrs Gert Nygaard, Mrs Helen  Nygaard, Miss Merv^nj Mrs  Ness and Mrs Raven.  The bride was presented with  a kitchen canister set/ bread  y box, mixing bo-wls,and. a pair  of pretty ornamental china  dogs.  '���-, Dainty sandwiches, a pretty  iced cake and eoffee served  by the hostess finished a very  pleasant  evening.  .Mm Wally Stewart of Logco  has had as guests from Vancouver her sister, Mrs Mc-  Vickers and daughter Heather.  The "V.O.N, was unable to  hold a meeting this month but  President" Mrs: Meuse says it  will be held early in April.   .  Opening their summer hemes  at Redroofs are,'Mr and Mrs  Hunt, Mr J. Beurett, Mr and  Mrs'McLeod, Mi; B.- Thorn, and  Mr and Mrs Johnny Simpson.  LOCAL INTEREST  Halfmoon Bay Liberal Association held' its Regular  monthly meeting April 2, at  Redrooff's Hall. President Bill  Kolterman in the chair. Many  subjects were up for discussion,  1 f?iome  of  them,  like Hospital  Insurance, ��� and inconveniences  at our local post office had to  be shelved until the next meeting. - ;;;,>  Chief matters of interest  were the proposed ferry, the  cut - off between Redrooff's  and Sechelt rOad; the five  year license plan and the  change over to B.C. Telephone.  Information will also be  asked ,of the B.C. Telephone  Co. regarding change over of  the existing govern merit system  to theirs.  ��� Anoiher matter which will  soon reach grave proportions  is the question of a cemetery.  The Association fees that  Halfmoon Bay is big enough  for a cemetery of it'(.own and  would appreciate any suggestions from members and friends  regarding any available plots  or property..  /A vote of thanks to Mr.  Pollock and his road crew who  have been busy in this area  lately. The' road to the Bay  from the lake and through Red-  roff 's past Welcome ,^Point is  100 percent better /ana' grate-  (Continued  on  page 6)  Thursday April 12 1951       The Coa<t New?  3  ^^^^^^MP^^Z'yy yy   y  r /*�����    f+ ���. ** ^v ���%  -WWW%rfW  Jtr+f+yf  ftv   A��*.��y.   +.S*,y;*m  ft V  The "sure-fire" gunners of tlie  The Canadian Army Active Force is on the  alert. *The highly-trained, expert gunners of  the Royal Canadian Artillery stand by their  guns ��� ready/to defend Canada's freedom.  The fighting men of the Royal Canadian  Artillery are expert soldiers. vThey are  trained to work* and fight in smoothly coordinated teams . 7 . and proud of it!  Canada'needs'tnore men like these "surefire?^ gunners ��� men who prize Canadian'  freedom'enough to fight for it.   :  '-' You can take your place  bfcsicle men like these ���  as a member of a field  gun's crew���by reporting  immediately for training as a soldier of  the Canadian Army Aaive Force. Canada  needs you now! Report io)dayl  TO ENLIST YOU MUST -  1- Be a Canadian citizen or British subject.  2. Be between \7 and.30 years of age.  Z1. Be single.       .;V-i,/.���;.-���..:-���.-,':.-  4. Meet Army test requirements.-,-.������  5. Volunteer for service -anywhere.  REPORT RIGHT AWAY TO:  \  No.'lTTersonnel Depot, 4050 West Fourth Ave.,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  A268S-BC  s&ivsssssessatlHS?**3*^;-5=  I  |  1-  *  1  J  ?���;:<  &M  OR Jl.il. Ml DENTIST  JUNE!  WILL RESUME PRACTISE  at his  Roberts Cre-k Office Phone 20 E2  l  i  i  Wi  Business and Professions!  DIRECTORY  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  ELECTRICAL WORK  Reliable Electrical Repairs  Appliances,   Fixtures,    Radios  Washing-Machines  Everything-   Electrical   '  Gibsons Electric  "    Phone   45  FLORIST  Flowers   for   all   occasions  We , are   agents   for   large  " Vancouver florists  Fast   service   for   wedding^  and   funerals  Jack Mayne  Phone   Sechelt   24     or   write  P.O.   Box   28  GENERAL HAULING  Gravel,      Lumber,      Contract  Hauling  GARBAGE    DISPOSAL  SERVICE  Weekly     or     Monthly     rates  Freight   and   Express  Delivery'  UNION   STEAMSHIPS  Sechelt,   Phone   22  GIFT STORE  Headquarters   for   Wool,  Notions;   Cards,   Toys,  Miscellaneous Gifts-  Gibsons  5-10-15  Store  '���> ���   Left of  Post Office'  Gibsons. B.C.  MACHINISTS  Hills Machine Shop  Mobilized .Welding  .Welding   anywhere   --anytime*  Expert -Tradesmen  Precision   Machinists,  Phone 54- Res.  58  HARDWARE  j For sparkling entertainment,,>lw��**�� #o "The Voice of the Army" ��� Wednesday evenings ��� Dominion Network  ���KNOWLES -SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 3;J .... Gibsons B.C.  ' ��� ��� Builder's Hardware  '���'..' '-.Jftafnt.   Plumbing  Appliances  "-. Complete   Installation  Maintenance   Service  DELIVERIES  TO  AILL   POINTS  Plumbing and Electrical  Supplies,   Fixtures,  Service  Sechelt Building  Suppies *  Phone   60  PLUMBING and HEATING  Sunset Hardware  ���_.GIBSONS  ���Registered'    Plumbers  PLUMBING  Sales   and   Contractig  Plumbing,   Heating   and  Supplies.  Jack Marshall  I Gibsons B.C.  1 Phone Gibsons 104 or 33  REAL ESTATE  John  Coleridge  Agencies  Gibsons   and   District's   Only  Full Time Real Estate  '    Agent  Phone Gibscjps 37  TYPEWRITERS  Typewriter  Sales   and  Service  A.^ent   for   Remington  For   Fast.     Accurate   Service  See  - Colin Wingrave'  Gibsons.   B.C.  TAXI  Penmsulb     Cabs  2-1-Hour  Service  2   Phones   -   2   Cabs  WlLSON   CREEK   and  SELMA   PARK  Phone Sechelt 66  Taxi Sir  ?  call  BILL   HTNTER  Sechelt   48    .  TRANSFERS-TRUCKS  '   . Hansen Transfer  GENERAL   CARTAGE  Phone   Sechelt   28  Svcholt,   B.C.-  WANTED  WANTED  ��� ���  ���-'    "Shake  IU:  ink  s,   Shakes,  'Shiny]*--  '���'  l's  number   1  Cc-iir.i-  L;  Ji'S  Delivered  (^���i:  f.v;s  .;!��:  ��� W  rile  or  Phone  '7..L  rlalfrr  lcion i��  ���;y- Sechelt  22  '-..'S'.e  vt��  Te  epocki. 4  The Coast News       Thursday April 12 1951  Reader's Right  THE NEWS.  EDITOR  SIR.  I would appreciate on behalf ' of tiie Seoheit District  Liberal Association to be -gyiven  space iu your pap;>r to answer  the vitriolic outpourings  againsttow'Associati n appearing in your paper dated April  5 over the signature of J. Steele  and your..qwn caustic remarks  in regard to the appointment  for the position a; Postmaster  at   Sechelt  Post Office.  The Sechelf Distivc:  Liberal  Association,   has   never   interfered   politically   or   otherwise  in any appointment that comes  under  the   jurKdicti- n   of   the  Civil  Service Commission-,., and  has    UiOt  cat    any ; time    endeavoured   to   brJng   political  pressure to-bear on the appointment   of   a.  specific   person   to  fill the position as Postmaster  at Sechelt.  The facts in this case are as  follows;   When   the   previous  Postmaster  at  Sechelt  due  to  severe - illness'   in   the.  fall   of  1950  was 'unable  to  carry  on  his duties as Postmaster completing  the  terms  set   by  the  Postal Authorities for the date  of his retirement, that siiuatu n  was  brought to  the  attention  of  the   proper   authorities, by  our organization with a request  that immediate steps be taken  through the Civil Service Commission to remedy ihe situation  without undue delay.  At a later date we were advised  that  Mr  W.  McKissock  was  an  applicant for the  position. Finding that he   possessed   all   the' ri'eees-sary   qualifications     i.e.     the     required  length    of   residence    in    the  area, being a veteran with overseas    service,    possessing    the.  proper     educational    require-  ���-������men'.*' -as   well   as  .being   an  upright, well thought of mem-   -:  ber of the' community, we wer*  privil eg-.ad   and   pleased   a[s   a  responsible community body to  recommend his name for consideration   by   the   Examining  Committee.   We  asked  for  no  ipecial   * privileges     f or  . Mr  lilelvissock   as   we   a,rb   qu'ite  content  to  leave the final selection in the proper hands of  the  Civil  Service  Commission.  Let it be clearly understood  that neither "Aries" nor any  other  individual is authorized  to    speak   on   behalf   of   the  Sechelt   District. Liberal   Association. .Mr Steele must look  to you as Edit r and your vCol-  umnist for redress for any embarrassment and inconvenience  caused   him   by   .your   publications  of  unfounded  rumors.  I  can  understand  that  any  person  in  anger,  whether the  cause is real or imaginary, may*���  make statements he later may  ���regret. I will therefore, expect  that  Mr  Steele  will, apologise  for his unfortunate  choice  of  language    in    describing    the  Membership    Of   the    Sechelt  District   Liberal   Association.  rnjfg,,   the  Members,  like -the  ItaKer'Ship,   of   every,   other  -worthy local Organization, devote    our   time   and    efforts  through   political   channels   to  'obiham the just share of Gov-  *���ment improvements for our  District. Thus improvements to ���'  roads,   wharfs,    electrification  health and well-  etc.   can   in   a  be credited to  efforts  exerted  note   of   agreement   with , Mr  Steele   on   at   least   one   point,  ^ Jiis   apparent-   admiration   for  oi-.r Member of Parliament, Mr"  James   Sinclair.   It   is   organizations such as ours that has  produced men of that calibre.  Thanking you Mr Editor for  the space allotted to this reply  and assuring you that I shall  hi   all   times   be   glad   to   cooperate  in   giving your  paper  p,ny   factual   informajt-ion   you  may   'desire    concerning    the  activities   of   the   Sechelt   District   "Liberal    Assocoation,    I  remain,  Yours very truly,.  .   A.   J( hnston,  President  - Sechelt  Liberal  Association.   "  1)  MORE ABOUT BYLAW  (Continued from  page  behind the bylaw.  Changes were made, to the  bylaw. Objections, to the new  law must be made prior to  next meeting of the commission/Mr Macnicol pointed oiu  A.C. Milliken, 227 Lonsdale  Avenue, North Vancouver will  pay a visit to the village in  order to survey the water needs  of the area. He had previously  been offered every facility by  commissioners.  A written.request from N.R.  Melvibbin, suggesting a committee be set up to study the  rez, ning bylaw and to bring  in a report May 31 was given  short notice. Said. James Hall,  "It's just about' three years  ^too' late, if they wanted to  take an interest ��hjey could  have] done  so years  ago."'  Commissioner Macnicol pointed out the suggestion should  have   come   immediatteiy   following the first reading. "They'  have  had two- weeks  to  look  into   the    matter,"    he    said..  "There is no good to be served  by   shelving   the   plan  now.-'  A local store may be charged  another   license   follow/ing   an  attack  by   Commission   Chairman Mrs E. Nestman, scoring  the   firm   for   selling   flowers  during the Easter holidays.     V  "They should ��� pay a license  to dp that, just as I have to,"  Mrs Nestman contended. '*' .  The| license inspector whs  told to warn the store owner  that continuance of the practise  of selling flowers will cost him  another license.    ' '  WANTED  Gibsons resident, full time working partner, 'to take  charge cf production, mail orders, general bookeeping  and correspondence. ;    *  Must buy half interest. Down payment needed, remainder to be paid from, .current earnings.  A grand opportunity of getting into a'local, growing  industry with a' wonderful future. Capital is needed to  stock supplies and advertise. -V ;   See or write,                     '  J.A. La BRECHE  Gibsons; B.C.      y  1  1  -g  ������ I  I  |  I  I  I  GIBSONS LANDfNG HIGH SCHOOL  Presents  "AUNT TILLIE GOES TO TOWN"  ��� 'yi-'i' t at'j,    " y        '���        P' '������  ROBERTS CREEK HALL  and  GIBSONS SCHOOL HALL  APRIL 13  Admission       / Adults  Children- 25^  APRIL 14  zm$m  American   Mfg  Co Ltd  Planer Tilt Lifts  Dry Kiln Stacking  ipment  EQUIPMENT fe losing  Phone or Write For  Further Information  FA 7188J -  3959  Main  St,  Vancouver, B.C. /  MINING AND CONSTRUCTION  Put more tools on the job ���  specify SCHRAMM Tractor-  Compressors or towing type  models. Capacities 60 ��� 600  C.F.M.     9  SCHRAMM  Air Compressors.  Northwest  Shovels and Cranes.  EIMCO  Rocker Shovels.  BiBpendable  .loading  .of  sand, rock and gravel for  miner or contractor.:.  Speed, power and tonnage-  at,new,, low cost. ;���-;"'���  ����������*SffiS*��>��!��!��t>��.  Fast operation, high" output,  with|easy upkeep, are features  of these rugged shovels, cranes,  draglines  and  pullshovels. ^  Exclusive  Agents for British   Columbia.  ((  re  Sellr"  ervice  What We  A. B. WING LTD,  General Machinery Dealers  NEW WALL  BEAUTY  ^ PAINTING  W^VE GdT A RANGE OF PAINT  ^^Nq^ is tlie time^to beautify your home for the coming year. Take advan-  :     tage^of our new, wide choice stock of paints and varnishes. GLIDDEN qualitv  * 1a^^.ii^w?e nafcion;yide a3 **Nr easy t0 �����** economical Ind of  lasting quality When you give your home that new look for the summer  ^ason vou will want to have the best. Only the best bear the brand name  Ready-Mixed, 100% washable  finish in gorgeous satiny colors  and white. Dries quickly! Covers  most surfaces including wall*  paper. Here's your ��avoritecolor  in a beautiful lasting finish.  i:  JAPALAC floor enamel  ENDURANCE house paints  MARINE PAINT ��� ships and boats  SPRED flat wall finish  MARINE FINISHES  CASEIN PAINT ��� washable  GYPROC joint filler  SELF SIZING paints  WIDE PLASTER &  PAINT BRUSHES  , DON'T GAMBLE  When you use a SIMMS brush ���  you use a brush that can do the work.  m colour mm m m; pitiiiiEiE  IND TRADING  of the district,  fare   services,  large  measure  the, untiring  by Our OrganiMtibn.  No Tammany Hall tactics is-  tolerated-  within   our   organization^ arid; we extend a^ cor-.,  dial  invitation  to .the^'^Wic:;-1  ]Mv'^en>ral-whose--politieaV-^7ew.s:/._  coincide    witb   that    of    the  liberal Party' toUapin pur ort;  ganizatioh and"tajffe^Bttiv',m the^  work we  are  doing.  ,^-'.---v.is^cA^l>' to;������:f��Vo'se.-\- pn a  C7  good  We are getting a fair supply of  LOCAL COD IFII^LETS ljb 39^  BRING US YOUE SOAP COUPONS  ���^v^^Vlfi!^ to choose. _  ^MGHT PRICES  UNION GENERAL STORE  Phone Sechelt 18  GARDEN ^1^#^  GARDEN TIME IS HOWE SOUND I'RADING TIME  ���';'������ Be sure of your crop this y^eaiy Take no chances on  second class and cheap seeds. Our stock is of the finest  and assures you of germination that will repay the effort  you put in your- garden.  sm��> potatoes  ,  We have all the early and late potato seeds from the  finest stocjfc Visit our stoi^Jor^$pu|' ^itf4e^an^$r��QH-  needs *1jgp summer. We are in the business of supply aiid  Ir^ow $t$\ needs of t$? area. Yeans ^Y:es$m*M* ta^e^  the gfueSswoijt-fr<��n your seed buying'here. ~   yP>  Phone Gibsons 39 \  I  to  Air Brake Repairs  Logging Equipment  ��� Brake   Overhaul  ALBERT       LEFEBVRE  371 East 6th,  Vancouver, B.C.  FA 2756      ���  Phone or Write For  Further Information  Reaaer's Right  EDITOR THE NEWS.  SIR. ;  Replying to Mr. J. Steele's  Editorial of April 5 being reference to an article published  March 22 under "Aries" col-  R.A.BROOKE  PICTOGRAPHIC  MINING REPORTS  NATURAL    RESOURCE  '      INVESTIGATOR  Phone or Write For    ��  Further Information  MA 5815  736 Granville St,  Vancouver, B.C.  - -  The Coast News  ClAUiriED  ADVERTISING  ������U:"-;-:;      ���-... S ���������'-....'���- ���    ���  3  Bines  (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  NEW -SERVICE-  PIPE THREADING, glass  cutting,- reasonable rates ef  ificient; workmanship. Union  i^ore; Sechelt Phone 18. Z ���. tfn  |LiSTINGS^WANTEa;'     ,,'   -..  f OHN <|e)LEREOGE Agencies  real estate licenced and bonded  agents^ (Connection  with  H.A.. Roberts  Ltd.)   Listings  required, attractive to retired  ,    couples. Contact our office or  Coast News1 Office..   ;' ���";��� yy;y p  REAL ESTATE listings wan  �����|   ted.  ..GibsonV :yto i .Pendei  Sllarbo^??!^  Sechelt Phone Sechelt 31Q.  :v.^:..   :,-:,' -yyyZ':P~'y"'Tii��  ��� ������:,ra-w>.p.urs. ;yp-^--^P' -~~-:-  MUSKRATS^ ^AS HIGH AS  $4.f\0 ��� SQUIRREL $1:00 ���  BEAYBR and OTTER $50.00;  These enormously HIGH prices  offered, while existing strong  demand Prevails. We I.want  ALL British Columbia Purs in.  unlimited quantities and for  the TOP GRADES of other  wanted "Purs are paying UP TO  ���WEASEL $5.00 ��� MARTEN  $100.00; PISHER $175.00 Regardless of WH.ERE you have  been in the habit of selling,  we..." suggest you try. ���  "SHUBERT". We are certain  we can PROVE to YOU that  << SHUBER*' 'y pays MORE.  Gather air the Pelts you have  and send a trial shipment; IMMEDIATELY ��� the results  we are certain" will reveal that-  ��� it PAYS BEST to ship; ALL  your Furs to ��� Dept, 196, A.  B. SHUBERT. CO., Winnipeg.  Ship to our VANCOUVER Receiving  Office,   (NO   Exxport  u Permits required). "      ^  W^NTib to buy'- standings  fir on stumpage basis or outright   purchase   -   good   eash^  price paid. Sucre Lumber Go.  Ltd. North Road  Gibsons,  See  Max Propp^  ''.-.:.-,  ., -;65-  WANTED-yiy .';::p: yi^iiP  PERSONS; with large blocks  of a crcage in Gibsons - Sechelt  district.   Write   Box  16   The  t : Coast   NewS.^?-'- v:-i:^:;./r.;,-:.;:-.,--.i:.:.-.-.  .,: ; WAN^EP. ��� j��:#,:'M-pP^, ll6  ^ft inboard bbat;^with Or wr^nout  ^ engine. ^Reasonable.;; A; Lien  ���   ^M^a^^J^ -^- :":��� 65;v  .t FOIt REN*������ P^iP'^.yy. -.\ i ���; P , ������  WE HAVE a wide range of  battery radios from $10 to $50.  See  them  on  display   at  our  store.  We accept trade ins.  Gibsons  Electric  phone  45  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  contains no drug or chemical,  and .can be applied easily in  the privacy Of your own home  oiv in ���'>'.>��� ? -.-:ii-  ^^0%^^^A#G^ATORIES.  679   Granville 'StP; Vancouver,  B.C.     p'yypy^-p"^i\':..[  WE    HAVE    bushwpbld    and  coal. Union Steamships.  Phone 22.  FOR SALE  ONE   FIVE   channel  Spiis-  bery   Radio    Phone,   Regular^  Broadcast  band,  latest whip  aerial, mast, .12 volt generator,.  meter,   wires   and   batterieis,  everything is new, nothing else "  to buy, cost .over $700.00. Sell  for $550.00-Reg Paul! Sechelt.  65  PORTABLE 12 volt lighting  set, motor and generator 1  unit. Rheostat controlled used  1 year- Perfect condition $75.  Write R.W. Poole Dundarave  P.O. West Vancouver. 64  ," 34��� I' ton 1926 model T���  Ford truck, flat deck with  racks. Used only 5 years.--.  Guaranteed immaculate condition. City tested, $50. R.W,  Boole, Dundarave P.O. West  Vancouver; ; ^4  umn stating I had taken over-  the duties as Postmaster at  Sechelt, of course, this being  untrue, has. been very enibar^  rassing aiid ��� unjust to the  writer.  ; It has been my intention to  apply for this position for the  past year, but not until our  past worthy Postmaster had  definitely, submitted his resignation. My application was  forwarded to the District  Post Office Inspector at Vancouver, B.C. In turn advice  was received advising position  would be advertised for applications by. the. Civil Service  Commission and this would be.  an open competition to all applicants, also statingg preference given to applicants with  residential qualifications, overseas veterans, educational and  general suitability. Of course  including other qualifications.  It was not until November  2 1950 did the Liberal Association of Sechelt know of my  interest in this direction and it  was only through pressure  being put to bear on Dr McColL  re health re-action of the Postmaster's Assistant and a request that something be done  to relieve this burden. At that  time Dr McColl telephoned,the  Sechelt Liberal Association  President and immediately an  executive meeting was held  whereby the secretary was instructed to write a letter to  our 'federal member, as this  apparantly seemed to be an  urgent matter at tha& time,  endorsing my. name which I  accepted as a v$ry high compliment.  Mr Steele's editorial reads  as though the/writer is not  eligible to apply for such a  position therefor^ I wish to  declare that I too am a veteran  with overseas service as well  as being a member, in good  standing, 6f the.; Canadian  Legion, Branch 140, Sechelt.  Mr Steele's : reference to  several liber.al members'* quoting he hadn't a ^chance, in my  opinion, has shown they are  not aware as to just what appointments a " member of parliament may have any influence.  I noticed Mr Steele was approached by several people to  file an application and wish to  stress there' wal: no .outside  instiggator'on my behalf and  I do feel I am an ordinary  citizen in the Sechelt Community with equal rights and  am always open to fair competition. ���.-������������ ���     '���  .  I resented very much the  article under "Aries" column  and immediately contacted the  columnist as well as having the  editor call, but neither would  bear tlie burden of such an  error. - Then Mr Steeds  lengthy article high lighting  this^same untrue statement in  the following issue of, The  Coast News has forced my  hfitid to reply which, I can  assure all readers, . has \ not  been a pleasant duty, especially  to a fellow veteran, and do  hope Mr Stele will realize I am  just another applicant.  Walter McKissock.  Thursday March 29 1951       The Coast News  > in" modern home on ^rt;Mellbnv;  . road. Apply Box 17 Coast New  ONE  acre pn  highway, ,3 _  minutes from    Madeira    Park  School,  $700  also  Waterfront  lot,  $250.  Apply  Mae  Reid  Irvines1 Landing,     y     ;"       ���-���.--'  PIANO accordian (soprano)  120 bass. Two switches, perfect  -condition.     Case,    instrtiction  book, $175.   :������.  CQLT revolver, (registered)  i\$%  calibre;:: Leather  holder,  'perfect^condition, $35 cash-     ,  ^or: any of the  above,  a;pply;  P. Thomas, >Beacb Ave., Rp.lv  Gibsons, B.0.  ,,���'.--,,:.    ,.y :p.M-'  ..:i,. FOR fSALE;t Wprk ho>se|^and'.  narhess 9 year old about %60Oi  ^bs^Gbod-^  A Lien  Seaside Park.x       "65'  Memorial Chapel  Funeral i-  rrangements  1235 East  ^Vancouver, B^Gf.    ;  ' ha sm: ypp.  ^hone or Write For  ; v'Further - Information;  MORE ABOUT DOCKING  (Continued from page 1)  would   interfere   with   present  facilities. :  the company's request for permission io install !th!e equipment 011 the grounds that Mr  Morton had sent in an objecting report.  It is believed the engineer  did so in the belief that parking  and all vehicles would mingle  on the wharf, "Mr Frith suggested. "We are now making  arrangements with the department of public works and the  Village of Gibsons which' will  alleviate any need tor parking  on  the  wharf."  Sechelt Board of Trade endorsed a reconsideration of the  stand taken by Mr Morton in  view of pending arrangements.  Gibsons Village Commission  also urged Mr Morton and tlie  ���Department of Transport in  Ottawa to reconsider their  decision. The reeomendation  pointed out that Gibsons- wharf  was the only means of supplying the Peninsula -following  withdrawal of Gulf Lines  service.  Sechelt Liberal Association  also endorsed the company  request as did the Gibsons  Liberal Association.  Wilson Creek Community  Association backed the suggestion from Black Ball while  Gibsons Board of -Trade is  expected to endorse the move  at the next general meeting.  C.C. Snowden  JANITOR      SUPPLIES  SANITARY  PRODUCTS  960 Powell St,   .  HA 1420  Vancouver, B.C.  Vancouver Map &  Blue Print Co Ltd  TIMBER ��� REAL  ESTATE  HOUSE  PLANS  General Drafting  Map Mounting  Phone or Write For  Further Information  569 Howe St.  Vancouver, B.C.  PA 5021  HOME  CURED MEATS  (a large choice)  Our wide range of meats  ,is  .graded  .and   .uchosen  under expert supervision/  Tested Meats  Phone Gibsons 62  1  BERT'S MEAT MARKET  LAUNCH ENGINES  BRIGGS-STRATTON inboards  EVINRUDE outboards  GIBSONS MARINE SALES  .  (adjoining Hill's Machine Shop.)  Phone Gibsons 54  Butt & BOWeS Butcher Supplies  i  Meat & Grocery Store Equipment  Meat Choppers Scales  Pofatoe Feelers  Chippers  Phone or'Write For Further Information  TA 3231  228 Abbott St, Vancouver, B.C.  I The Coast News      Thursday April 12 1951  Form, Fitting  V*                 1  K &  ��� * ''     1  a  ***                        i  <-'���'                    i  /:        .  ;<  Lyk .^.iag��.it>\ .��w\���.���..-..  ^;,��i&U  AVA GARDNER wore these grey  knitwear shorts and shirt to  match during the filming of  "Pandora and the Flying Dutchman" for M-G-M" in Northern  Spain.  AROUND  MURDOCKS,  By Myrnes  April 15 1951 ...  ST -Bartholomews  11.00  RECENT,, unexpected visitors were Gordie and Marie  Roy who sailed into the harbour aboard the Naida.' They  are busy���������now preparing for  the great; annua;! takeoff to.,  1 the northern^ishing  grounds.  ]^o!i^v&e^:b^ back  onto nis trdjfer ?the^Deep Sea.  He: "jis '''-/another    flishfejrman  making   efforts   to   join    the  exdclus. '-V-\- ~-."'.p ...���.���'.;:':������'  rieleri Buncan arid young  Dave:Pollock are back at -work  again.- It is nice to see- them  around. v  Miss  B. .^Warden   has   been  visiting       Mrs . ���"'"JVlaniiow''  Sutherland across the 'harbour,  while  Mr and  Mrs Ken  Ball  have'been in,Vancouver.  1 ' Among Easter visitors were,  Miss;;-^0rraihev:-'-R:oseV.:'guest  of  her aunt, Mrs Don - Dillabough,  Mrs Nell---Cameron-was visiting  her neice's. Dorothy arid Grace  Leith while Mh" and. Mrs Bill  ���Murdock: spent a few days with ,  Bill's,   parents,   Mr   and   Mrs-;:  Royal Murdock.  :-,. Doug ��arks has been trans-;  ferred to this district again.  :.Fri.ends will be pleased-to'know  that he and Pearl have moved  -back into their old home, here.  ;P[ The M.V, Holdis looks very  .smart in. a new coat-of paint;-  and  the  owners,'-Mr and  Mrs  Andy Aiteheson left aboard her  ,qn  Sunday -for Vancouver.; '  Skinny m e ii 7 women  gain 5,10,15 lbs.  |   Get New Pep, Vim, Vigor  What a thrill! Bony  limbs fill out; ugly hoi- ���  lows All up; neck no  longer scrawny; body  loses half-starved, sickly  "bean-pole" look. .Thousands of girls, women, men,  who never bould gain before, are now proud' of  shapely, healthy-looking  bodies. They thank the sne-  cial vigorrbuilding, flesbr  building tonic, Ostrex. Its '  tonics, stimulants,' invigora-  tors, iron, vitamin Bj, cal-  ciuni, enrich blood, iraprova J  appetite and digestion so  food'gives.you more strength  and nourishment; put flebb  on bare bones.  Get Lovely Curves  Don't fear getting TOO fat.  Stop when you've gained tfc-3  - 5, 10,-15 or 20 lbs. you'.neert  tor normal weight. CosU  little. New "get acquainted"  size only 80c. Try famous  Ostrex Tonic Tablets for new  ' vJi'orVii'l Ji'MrO *vi��nd.e, this  ���\-J.T Cii:.  ��� t :air;-0iv,;;..:ii-t8.;-.v'-.  ANGLICAN SERVICES   Third Sunday after Easter  Church  ...'���/.   Gibsons  a.m. Morning Prayer  11.00 a.m.      Sunday ��� School  ST. Hilda's Church    Sechelt  1.45 p.m.   Evensong  1.45 p.m.    Sunday  School  ST. Aidan's Church  Roberts Creek  11.00 a.m    Sunday School  3.45 -p.m , Evensong  HALFMOON BAY  (Continued from page 3)  ful residents are letting every  one know.. *  "* IVIr Eric Lund states officially,  that  Rotter's  hogging   Camp  will open Monday April 9. Did  I hear a deep sigh of relief?.  SOCIAL  Mr and Mrs A Rutherford  are hopping over to Merry  Island for three weeks to look  after the lighthouse, while Mr  and Mrs Orme Griffin, light  house keepers enjoy a well  earned holiday. They are off  to Nanaimo in .their own boat.  Bon Voyage!.  - Mr^  from  Keliowria bringing  with  them    their    grandson    Gerry."  Mervy.  Birthday congratulations, to  Sharon Stewart, daughter of  Mr and Mrs: Chuck Stewart,  who' celebrated her eighth  birthday Friday April 6, with  a>party of little friends.  V O LUNTE  ANNUAL  DANCE &  ROBERTS CREEK  APRIL 14  YOUR FIRE BRIGADE IS IN NEED OF^ EQUIPMENT ^- AXES ���  NOZZLES ��� HOSE ��� FIRE EXTINGUISHERS AND ALL THE MILLION  THINGS NECESSARY FOR EQUIPPING A GOOD BRIGADE.  "The Sechelt Volunteer ..Firemen," said Firechief Fred Mills, recently,  "has never asked for any help from anyone. But we are now reaching the  stage where, if we are to do a job, we are going; to need more equipment,'{  SUPPORT THESE VOLUNTEER MEN OF YOUR OWN FREE WILL,  NOW, AND AVdlD HAVING TO PAY FOR A NEW BUILDING LATER.  HELP THEM TO SERVE YOU WHEN ONLY THEY CAN HELP;  :-��fr-t -'���'  YOUR CHEAPEST INSURANCE  ���   '��� nv d.  i  ��� \ . ;���  ' \  THIS NEW LOCATION HAS BEEN CHOSEN WITH TWO POINTS  IN VIEW. . '     . .  1. It will add to our service cheerfully given to frjends and customers  from north of Sechelt. Its location will make it easier to visit and therefore  --...������ i  easier for you to see the best line of new and second hand cars in the area.  2. It is an added point to our oft repeated slogan that when you want  good cars at reasonable prices, buy from Standard. We are growing and expanding our service with the needs of, the people. We are proud of our display  and proud of our ability to hold the confidence, by honest trading.  CALL AND  YOURSELF  \  WIDE .'RANGE' WBLL  jATi/Ey ycu  P i y  & ROCK LOBSTER BISQUE  2 cans South African Rock Lobster  2 cant mushroom soup  ?   con water  '/4  teaspoon paprika  */a -, teaspoon curry powder  6 tablespoons Real Mayonnaise  Cut South African Rock Lobster in  chunks. Combine with rest of ingredients except Real Mayonnaise.  Heat thoroughly. Stir a little of the  hot soup into Real Mayonnaise.  Blend with rest of soup. Heat 5 minutes but do riot boil. Serve hot, garnished with parsley. Serves 6.  Rxrneiurs  )i  WE LEAD  THE HARBOUR WITH  Dry Goodfl i  China  New, Fresh Supplies  A Complete Stock   -  of Kitchen and  Home Essentials.:  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  , This and That  By Mrs. E. Nestman  CONGRATULATIONS are in  order for Mir . and Mrs  Lowthers, "Kewpie", to his  many garage friends, on the  birth of a son 8 lbs 10 ozs. All  doing well.  - Mrs Anne Prewer a. grandmother once more, this" time,  a baby girl to her daughter  Lois, in Victoria.  Rumor has it that Dr  Skelton our genial veterinarian  has sold his home, and may  ' be leaving us, he will be a  loss sto many who have been  very glad of his services, for  their pets.'  My other ureader!", takes  me to task for mentioning the  fact that Mrs So," and So's,. cat  had kittens, I feel very bad  about this, for I was going to  announce the long awaited addition to pur family, .seeing  that I had orders for four,  kittens, now 1- won't be able  to tell every one, that-we only  have three .. you know, I am  not supposed to write a brilliant column, I usually leave  the political-, discussions, or  an(y other , "controversial subjects, to the master minds. The  'sheading., of -my. column signifies what is in it, sure III,  agree with you, sometimes its'  really '' Nothing' \ But I do  have a reader, because she told  me, she reads the column why  anyone, should get hot. and  bothered about what I write,  tripe or otherwise, is more than  I can understand. It seems to  nie for the past three weeks  or more there have been some  very lengthy; letters in our esteemed, much maligned little  paper, from just about the  same persons, I think they have  been given a great deal of  space, more so( than they would  get in any other paper,so why  ���m  FARMS; NEED CAPITAL, TQO  :'\�� '"��� That'si^hy'So Many^ farmers    L      p.  yp -,;.-      Have Savings Accounts :  JP ' y ..... . . r[:."i ... >-..-?---iit the B of^ ��� -: ���'���..���,'-., : / -.  :^v    Farming is a business it's not wise\to prophesy about. >You  Oanft look aheaU &nd say/ "This is going to be a good year",  or "This won '/be,/so good.'',. The weather and market cohditions  and many other factors influence the farmer's profit right up  ;to the lastj That's why the far - sighted farmer plans his finances  as carefully as he plans his crops. When things are going well  ihe sets aside as much as he-can o^ his profits, with which to buy  in due cbtirse more livestock or better equipment; and" modernize  his farm.  Or. he  keeps the money  as a  reserve fund against  emergencies. It aH~adds up to the recognition that farming heeds  capital, too. One of the best ways to build such capital is to establish a savings account at the Bank of Montreal. When produce cheques are liojt needed for immediate expenses," there's  ho better place for them than a B of M savings account. Pay a  eall soon on Tom Larson, manager of\ the local' branch. From  his many year's experience, he can give you helpful advice on  the best way to go about your farm financing.  Advt.     .    ..  "HI  IVFR" CRAWLER TRACTORS  ULlVLrv WHEEL TRACTORS  * * ��� ������������ . ��� '    ������"'���'���     ���-''������  "WATERLOO**     GARDEN TRACTORS  NORDBERG"     MARINE ENGINES  CONTINENTAL"  f^^L^T���,  v LIGHTING PLANTS  the complaint.  Bob Graham, will be taking  the long walk down the middle  aisle, I think its this month,  to Oscar Johnston's daughter  our congratulations Bob.  Mrs H. Ryan of Gower Point  is in Pender Harbour Hospital.  Have you tried the new  theatre seats ��� in Bal's picture  show, jtyiey a'.re really some-'  thing and according to B.al,  there will be some very fine  pictures coming up in the next  few  weeks.   Watch  for  them.  Our Mexico bound travellers  are back,; Walt and Morrie  Nygren, and Herbjie Winn.  Harry tells me they got as far  as Ensenada:, certainly must  have   been   a  wonderful   trip.  They tell me the boys, who  were burned, are coming along  very. nicely, and are going to  be alright, which is certainly  good news to all their many  friends.  Took my small one to the  dentist, Dr Dennis Bullen, over  Bal's theatre,', she had a tooth  pull ed, her first d ent al trip,  aiid he was so good with her,  that she is perfectly agreeable  to a return trip to get the rest  of iier teeth taken care of..  he is doing some of that school  work for pupils, Mondays and  Tuesdays, are his office days.  Miss New will be back very  soon in our midst, and she still  plans on the kindergarten  school. Although she likes it  over Galiauo way, she is unable  to continue, according to reports, v  Something else I found out,  the advantage of several children is that you. can always  find one who will eat up the  mistakes.  ' J  Bv ARIES.  SECHEIT.   We  shall  be   in  the dog house   this   week   as  we have very? little news,'the  reason Of course,  we were in  Victoria at the P.T.A. convention"  and  our  report  must be  made \ first  to  the association -  as we went on their behlalf and  not  for  the  paper.  However  there   is   one   little   item   we  would likevto pass along. We  were received  at|, Government  House by the Governor General  and Mrs Wallace!5 There were  eight bus loads of passengers,  imagine niy surprise when the  Governor     General    enquired  after Sechelt: He said he had  happy memories of Sechelt and  ���especially     asked     after    the  Sutherland and Nickson fam,~  ily.  We thought it very wonderful  of him.  He  is  a^ very  busy man and must see thousands of people, and it is this  kindly trait that endears liim  to everyone. We got our identification  card  autographed 'by  His Execelleney for the Sechelt  School as a souviner.  We then came back to Vancouver where we attented the  Liberal executive, ��� with Captain'Andy   Johnston,   who   is  Thursday April 12 1951      The Coast News  USE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED ADS  i Flowers for All Occasions  PHONE: GIBSONS 76W  Mrs E. Nestman  IMMEDIATE SERVICE  SE^=^D^I8fc.  Sechelt-Jervis Towing Company  Your Local Complete Marine TOWING SERVICE  AGENTS :���  Pender. Harbour:  Bill Donley���Phone:   Sechelt  11S2  Gibsons.  Reg.   Godfrey���Phone:  Granthams  56  Nanaimo: Phone 555���Night: 1497 or 305  Vancouver:  Phone  PAcific  4558;. Night;  KErr.   6352  Phone Us Collect for Quotations  "Tractor Transport No. 1"  ��� especially equipped for  hauling eats, trucks and logging equipment by sea  Log Towing  Dredging  Scow Towing  Pile Driving  Wharf and Float Construction  Breakwater  Construction  Salvage Pumps  Marine  Salvage  You'll enjoy the mature perfection for which this famous  Canadian   Rye   Whisky   has  traditionally been noted ... a  perfection recognized by the  people of B.C. who appre-        ^.  ciate the full-bodied flav-Wj^Jl^S  our and mellow richness  of B.C. Double Distilled.  THE  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY  CO.   LTD.  NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.  This Advertisement is not Published or Displayed/ By The  Liquor Control Board Or BY The Government ; Of BritisL  Columbia/  ����  Phone  Hastings 3620  Write  .505 Railway Street  Vancouver, B.C.  -and Walter McKissock who is  jrhe local secretary.: As this  meeting is also off the record  there is nothing much to be  'said, but our Mr Sinclair assures us that the Party is now  stronger than ever before.  Judging by the good meeting  and friendly atmosphere that  may well be true.  We also visited Mr and Mrs  OeOrge Kynoeh and found them  very fit and pleased to see us  Thev will be up to Selma soon.  Held in the Sechelt Trin the  Sprng tea of St. Hilda's Anr  glican Church was very successful the sum of $4fr being realized. Convenor was.Mrs Frank  Postlethwaite assisted by the  (Continued on  page  8) The Coast News       Thursday April. 12 1951  ^SS^SI^ELsssasBSs* ^  fWH*SSa<a��Si.  Wtn.'McFadden  Optometrist  GIBSONS  *   Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Every day except Thurs.  |f Why go to Vancouver for  Optical Service ?  mm  i  m  m  I  KINGSWAY  Monumental  Works  Memorials &  Markers  Phone or Write For  Further Information  DE 0195  3070 Kuigsway,  Vancouver, B.C.  ADANAC  SALVAGE  -i^  Any Description  MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT  Metallic Bcrap  -  *���'-.-."���'���   --   ���>,-Vv*c'P, -_-&�����*'>:.;. -.-.-���''--. ���������: ,\'.-   -  \ . . --;���* - ;-.' '��� ���>.���".--v..;-/' <*-�����.r-.7/ >*^%a C        . ���      .  334 Alexander;St,  Vancouver, B.C.;  ���,.;^A::'2480::-;;':.  GIBSONS.  Rural route  service will  be  slightly  extended  according to. word from James Sinclair, M;P. ,  Following requests from local residents, Mr Sinclair pressed  for the extension during this sitting of'parliament. Following  is the letter received from the Post Office Department authorizing and outlining the extension.     r  Dear Mr Sinclair:  Application has been made  for an extension to Gibsons,  E.R. No. 1, to serve residents  on Upper Sechelt and Shaw  Roads.  The  Department has  authorized an. extension,of .55 mile  and    retrace     along    Upper  Sechelt  Road^   as   outlined  on  the   enclosed   sketch,   thereby  .provinding 13 householders on  Upper Sechelt Road withi direct  service,  and  8   dfhers  established on Shaw Road with indirect service.  Referring to the penultimate  paragraph; of my letter of the  27 of January 1950,.'regarding--  the condition of Beach Road  West of Lower Elphinstone  Road, I Wish to inform you that  this' road-is now suitable for  traveL '-, .  The  Department  has  there-  gran-  MOREABOUT GAMBIER  (Continued from page 1)  pathy with the plight of island  residerfts  and -authorized-  an  investigation  of the situation.  Mr Maclntyre was given  authority to negotiate with the  Black" Ball Coini>anty if and  when this company was  ted the ferry 'franchise.  The ; minister indicated he  was interested in any plan  which would help the area and  intimated he. understood the  need for a subsidy.  By authority of the department it, is believed Mr  Maclntyre will now try to find  ah answer to the knotty prop-  lem which arose following withdrawal of Union Steamship  services to Howe Sound  Islands.  "Mr Carson was very clear  oil One point,'' Mr Alexander  ipointed out. "If and when  "Batt" has found the answer  to this problem the plan will  be thrownv open for public  tender." ' ' ���'.  ,'  CANCER  eive  BRITIjIH COLOMBIA  CONQUER  CANCER  lfKIl  CAMPAIGN  Local Chairman  VTNCE   PFEWER  ./ -.- Gibsons;'B.0i-,.v .-���������.--  further ex-  and retrace  fore, authorized a  tension of .5 milei  to this.route, as outlined on  sketch No. 2, in order to., provide 13 presidents with .rural  mail delivery service. ;������>  The contractor will be' paid  at pro rata for the additional  mileage involved in each - case.  Yours very  truly,  E. Leclerc-, .  Director of Communications.  FIRST RED CROSS  UNIT OVER TOP  ROBERTS CREEK. This  area is one of t;h;e first, in the  Peninsula to- report going oyer  the top in tlie current Red.  Cross, campaign.  The unit- reported $32,6.0  over and above the  quota of  $225.,.' .;;'. \;..,.- ���.  THlpAND THAT  By^sV'E. Nestman  (Continued from" page' 7)     r.  Guild"President'   Mrs    W.BJ  . Billingsly. ���;  Musical ^elections1 by Diane  Pearson -aiid Diana McColl.  Tiny Elaine Powell sang, ac-  companied'by Mrs T.D. McColl.  Serving were Mrs A. Grey,  Mrs M. iy6dm)' Mrs J. Lu'eken,  Mrs Gunhlir Hansen, Mri E.E.  Redman, aiid Mrs J. McCrea.  The Viejal Mr H.Vi Oswald  and Mrs Oswald were in attendance.  Guessing'contest was won by  Mrs Herman.  Spending a few days in Vancouver is Mrs W. Uttley and  Mrs George Taylor. Visiting  her daughtier and son in law  Mr and Mrs Bob Wood is Mrs  Fred Gibbons.  We understand the Gulf  Lines will not call here, jn_the��  future. That is too bad for the  people who try to make a living  from summer visitors. Summer  residents will also be up  against it.  -----  .  ��   New members in the  W.A.  to  the  Canadian  Degion ,;are  Mrs^ C.C.  Lawrence), :Mi|3  C.  Lucken, Mrs S. Killick and Mrs  E. Gibson,. ^  West Coast Radio  .'-;������������ ������'..-.      '       ' --.   ���.  '  Telephone Mfg  Wesco Marine  Radio Telephone  SERVICE ��� REPAIRS  MAINTENANCE  Phone or Write For  Further Information  v'.'TA 3659  1366 West Pender,  Vancouver, B.C.  ALLIED  ROYAL NAVY  manufacturing  DENSER A R A    RUM  This advertisement is not published or displayed,  by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government .of British Columbia. >  Phone or Write For  Further Information  TA 2739  v   341 Powell St,  Vancouver,- B.C.  ,r.:^.:....:.,..gee.:..  ��hc (Eoast  or  Rubber Stamps  SS*T*��  -y#^yyy$&;-  . Phone-Sechelt-60  Pi  y  M  1  t Eipertly Estimate  We Can Do The Building  We Even Finance* It     )  i-  i  m  -���T-"'-"."t.TJ-.  WE WILL GLADLY CALL AMI* ESMMATE Y^Hfe  REQUIREMENTS.  PLEASE ENQUIRE ABOUT  OUR  EASY PAYMENT PLAN��� LOANS TO ^,000 IrVITH  24 MONTHS TO PAY AT AN INTEREST BATE OF  y2 or i percent;  * homeward: bound  Now the wind blows bard  frpm'tbeeast-nor'-emit  Our ship she sails te* knots at least  Huzza, we're homeward bound!  .,.'���'..'      ,'....        )  For over a century Lamb's tfavy has  been the call of those who know  good rum. Smooth and mellow, it is .  matured,' bjended and  bottled  in  Britain of the finest Demerara Rums.  Lamb's Navy Hum  :'"'" ' '--'.''      ���:'���'���'���:;'       '''���' :  ' y.'^x--' >..��� ���  .This .advertisement' is not' published o^s^i.  .' -displayed bythe Liquor Control Board or ���-;-.' "*"  by the Government.of Britisb Columbia.  T An old sea shanty >     _H    '    ..<���-���  ADDITIONALrBUS SERVICE  H^FMOON BAY AREA  I1- ,  EFFECTIVE, StfNDAY, APRIL 0  Bus Leaves Half moon Bay, daily except Sunday, 6.20 a.m.  ���':"���.and-������-' ��� -"..    . :t  ���������:.,.,.....-,-.���.'. Every Day 2 p..in.y.'.."' -;^..^...,:'.'-;,X'"'-  Bi|iSes arrive Halfmoon Bay Daily-from Ferry  .-.;_'��� : ;.,-i2i3d-.:---v;:'i and &45 p.m: iPpP;P:y?'.  ' y. '.������'*���������..  FRIDAY' AND SUNDAY EVENING: SERVICE  Leave G^sons 9.20 p.m. arrive Halfmoon Bay 11.00 p.m.  RE(^LAIt SERVICE TO HALFl^OO  BEEN ALTERED.'." '.";''''- ":


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