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 I  "Authorized as Second  Class Mail, Post Office  Department,   Ofrtjawa"  Published by The Coast News, Gibsons, B.C.     Vol. 4-66 Thursday April 26 1851       5c per copy," $2.00 per year by mail.  GIBSONS. ��� Permission has been granted the Black Bail.  Ferry Company to dock at the government wharf here.  _ . James Sinclair, M.P. and practically every responsible organization on the Peninsula: had fought for this permission, following it being turned down by Ottawa at the time of the origin?;:  application by the ferry company. '   ;  ��� ���������: ���j���������  In  reporting the success, of  Truck, Trailer and Terror...  Photo by Gordon Ballehtine  Low Pressure Is  Warning Hint  GIBSONS ��� Village Clerk.  Robert-Burns sounded a warn-,  ing when he informed council  that cannery pipe pressure,  supposed to be around 40  pounds "is now away beloAv  that, at approximately 30."  Jack Marshall will investigate the reason, believed to  be a serious underground leak  as, said Mr Burns, "the dam  is overflowing and there is lots  of water." ���  Mr; 'Marshall, warned, the  commission, that the small crack  in" the.present;dam is widening  and \%\\\ be the cause of much o  wastage in a very short time.  AI Ritchey Misses  is-  -/���I  . �� i ~> .  *C5  his mission with the Federal  department of publijc works,  our member intimated . th;:  Gibsons wharf may soon hav >  to be extended but, "I amncf  going to press for this until  the car ��� ferry is actually .i:.'.  operation."  Fallowing are excerpts fro.ru  a letter sent by-James -Sinclair  to the Provincial Departmen;  of Public Works in order 1  bring that department into tW-  proper picture with respect ''">  the federal government's d y-  cision.  ,   " The,. Minister:    of    Pub!" r-  Works, (Fe'deral) will not :giy?  permission  for the ulse  of th"  (continued   on  page  5)  Many Problems  from Gambier  "'   GAMBIER;���   Problems "<  ferries, roads  and island ed'ii-  be jtakeji up with  l^i^^^Sf^^^j;^^-^  GIBSONS. ��� Death by the merest fraction of time, failed  ' Vto claim a victim when the truck' and tractor loaded trailer of  f lA.ErR.itcliey crashed through a bridge on the Sechelt Highway  , %nd- came to rest hi water, 30 feet below.  One half of the 2[1 year old     .  ". '   ~ !   ~ '    ~~    "  when, I felt her take off. It's  Lucky that I did, as a'timber  came right through the windshield."        v  Mr Ritchey estimates his  speed at 10 miles per hour.  "I had just blown out a tire on  the dualis a few miles back and  was taking it easy trying to  nurse the truck home."  Tjhe department of public  works under Foreman Art  Pilling- has barricaded the  bridge approach from both  e\i(\% and are now a.waiting  authority to renew the bridge.  pridge followed the careening  iVehicle and came to rest as so  aiuch debris in. the creek below;- /";  "I thought I had brojken an  ladle' when the truck started to  eari,"   Truck   Driver  Ritchey  kaid, following his miraculous  Escape. ��� ��� *f  * * Everything seemed to be  o deliberate and casual until  ^he timbers started to fly  around my head and I began  %o realize' the bridge was actually giving way.  "I ducked as low as I could ,  GIB&ONS':��� Motorists he*e were very^c^  ^car repair wm^s^ taken right out of their hands and  paid for out of theifilled coffers of this municipality.  Contractor A.E. Ritchey, living at the end of a particularly bad piece of village road and faced with a $19.50 repair  bill, laid the blame and the bill right at the feet of commissioners .    P  .  Village fathers looked askance at the new idea and then  decided not to pay the bill.  Said one commissioner. "Probably Mr Ritchey and his  heavy logging equipment is one good reason for the roads  being in the condition they are now".  They didn't pay.  v ^ca-ion/w^ll  iyDvage,y.d[^r. w  Victoria; April 26  Drage  is also  *3  '*&<  Vl,>l1  nsion  reference To  Crews For Car  Local  Ferry  VANCOUVER,  NORTH VANCOUVER, ��� Two  repair  crews  will  work  I'double shifts in order to get the car ferry for the %chelt Peninsula "ready as soon as it.is humanly possible," ,  This was the wprd brought  by    Black   Ball    Ferry   Area  Manger Qeorge' Frith.  "It  is  doubtful if the repairs on the  "jQuillayate" will hold up the  ^art,"   Mr  Frith  said.  '/We  just have to wait for construction of "the east, end.1' terminal  i when and where the provincial  department  of  public,  works  I decide is the best place.'.'  j     "We hope to be able to use-  /'in our crews, local (Peninsula)  j men   wherever   possible,"   Mr  | Frith reported.  j     "The    same    principle    will  / apply to .firms contracting to  clo work for us. That is, provided their prices are reasonably competitive."  Popular.  Oiilje    Elmholdt,  present operator of the Maehi-  gonne   coffee   bar   has'  been  given the 'concession'- aboard  .-the new car ferry; The coffee  bar aboard the Quillayate will  -seat     "approximately       fifty  persons.  ?>  V  School Contracts  Get Boari 0��  . GIBSONS ~ Abercrombie  and   Neff  have   been  granted  'the. contract   for  construction  :of Madeira Park School and'  for additions., on the> Sechelt  School. '        i  Tenders  were  opened  at a  meeting of the  School Board  , t when  the  su^essful  b^dersfe  were announced with estimates  of $28,875 for renovation and  additions to the Sechelt build-  GIBSONS���- Light industry will be allowed within the  village boundaries according to an amendment made at the  Village Council meeting to the zoning bylaw.  Following strong protests at   the nubile hearing made several  w��eks ago  and the concerted  effort  of  individual  members  of the  Board  of Trade  at  a  recent meeting,. Village Council felt allowing expansion of  certain firms within their, own  area should be  allowed.  '."���; This ruling puts. Speck Sheet  Metal,  Gibsons" Building 'Supplies    'and     Inglis     Transfer,  among others, in the position  wliere   only   building bylaws  will have to be considered in  any expansion plans.  According to| the proposed  bylaw it would have been impossible for any of these firms  to-expand within, the boundaries of their own property.  is aiso  a   member  of  a special Army and Navy Veterans committee which recen*  ly interviewed  the cabinet, '!���������'  will report, at this time to th-',  provincial command of the v- '-  ���erans uniis.   It  is  believed   t1������'���  will then tell the story behind-  the special parliamentary com-  mit-tee   set  up   to   invesiig;Y>  .hospita'.izaiti.hn   for   wives   <���>;'  burnt   out   veterans   and   pensioners.  )1e w'll press for an indiv:''-,  ual1 canvass of  MLA person A  in order to secure sufficient 1 "-  presentation   when   aiexifr it1- '���  parliam.c'ntary committ>>'  makes its recommendation.  Harbour Navigation has be--*  awarded the mail conveying  contract from Port Mellon.  Council Has  List Of Duties  Village  Heavy  GIBSONS ��� Village .Council-had .-a busy   night  when   it  handed down decisions on a variety of subjects.  Application to build another house on his lot at the wa'������!���  front fr< m William Lissiman was turned -down..  First d'f -und in an application    ~ ������   ing and $75,950 for the Madeira  Park construction.  Both-these figures are within  the budget price, passed last  fall by a majority'vote of rat'e-  ,payer *;:;^-,- y~- '/'''  Work will start immediately  [ f bllowMg -approval   from; the  jPep^fmenti  of  Education   ki  Victoria andishould be finished  b^ September I. '  of Inglis Transfer to build another "story on a recently completed storage shed and garage,  was joined when objection  came from Ex Commissioner  Jaines Drummond.  Mr Drummond claimed addition of the 3-story Would cut  off the view from his home.  Commission Chairman Mrs  E. .Nestman reminded Mr  Drummond that he was chairman of the* Village Council  wheh it approved the first application to build.  Mileroye and Miller were  given the green light on building  a   clothes   cleaning   stoi^e  (continued on page 5)   ��� ��� ��� �����.  I:  Duncan  Raffle  Winner  ���GIBSONS ��� Roy/ Dun.  -Hopkins. Landing;  won  a  ^  srift  certificate   as  first   pr  in   t)ie  C.Y.O.   Raffle  held  Legion Hall, Gibsons:  Other winners include, IT '  Parrish, leather wallet; Fall'  L. Viney, copper plaque. Ste\  Littlejbhn. drew the tickets.  With more than $31 to ��'"  credit the 20 member unit v"  ulse the money to pay off bac  debts.  I. The Coast News      Thursday April 26 1951  Uncharted Shore  mB  es  THE miraculous escape of A.E. Ritchey when his truck and cat  loaded trailer crashed through a bridge  on the Sechelt���  Gibsons upper road may well mark a way for the future.  Bridges such as we have on the Sechelt Gibsons highway  are quite probably too flimsy for the loads that daily travel  along them.  When E.G. Carson and his department of public works start  to spend that promised million dollars within the next two years,  we would suggest a complete survey be made of the Sechelt  Highway with a view to removing many bridges on that stretch  of road. ��� v  First move will probably be enforcement of load regulations  but this will hardly right the error of having so many bridges  on "corners. The centrifugal force of a loaded truck starting  across one-of our bridges at ten or fifteen miles per hour must  be tremendous , owing to the curve that, is quite often in the  bridge itself. .  AI Ritchey was driving at "around ten miles per hour",  when he started across that particular bridge, his load was many  tons less than is ordinarily, estimated for such spans and yet the  bridge just disintegrated.  Rotten timbers is part of the answer. Some of the main members on.the bridge are rotten for all to see. According to neighbours, "several braces have been out of the bridge for some  time ".-'-,������  A bridge inspector tested these bridges only two or three  years ago yet the spans collapse only a short time after.  It is hardly good enough that Ave cannot completely trust-  the bridges we cross every day.  But now that this particular bridge is down, we suggest to  the district engineer that he seriously consider NOT rebuilding  it at the present site.'  The new bridge should be built 50 yards up the creek from  its present resting place.. There is no engineering problem involved and the parties affected by the road moving have signified their willingness to, let the government have sufficient land  upon which to build the new briage and the* new hundred" yards  of highway. This would eliminate one source of danger and make  the unfortunate accident of Mr Ritchey pay dividends foiv the,  rest of tlie public.  SECHELT  By ARIES.  ' WE stand corrected. In last  week's column we mentioned  the fact that the (Governor  Genera.K at .Victoria) which  should have been Leofutenant  'Governor, thanks 'to Francis  Drage for thjs reminder. Almost as bad as when I called  Francis* Drage, Frank. He was  most surprised and. so were .we".  but as Francis Drage, knows  that .we know better., we do  not mind. Now for a little correction of our own. Re Mr  McKissock 's, iefctter in" which .  he says he contacted me over  the' unfortunate article re the  Postmaster's appointment, such  is not the case as we phoned  him and he assured us that he  had just, read the article. We  phoned at once so as not to be  held responsible for the. write  up .which was not by us. No  more than Mrs Nestman is responsible for the news which  appeared under her -heading  last week. You know, it must  be quite a headache to run a  weekly newspaper' in a small  ^community such;- asyours�� ;pn  a larger paper there would be  the reporters at their wobbly  desks and dented typewritrs  and i lie "table for mj'en who  count the headlines. The city  editor, the country editor, the  long n.osed> misiera/ble individual who does the obituaries  the heretic who does the  church, notices. Then there is  a spot for the publisher, and#  -sometimes the social editor has..  a spot of her own too. Here,  however the work is carried  along by just a: few. Headline  is marked on one sheet of copy :  paper while black marks  drawn through some of the  rurals epic's. Don't know why  this is. We have never been in  ���the Coast News when presses  are rolling but do know that  the general public expect a lot  from small beginnings and if  a mistakevis made it is world  shattering. Then there are the  printers Avho sometimes cannot read penmanship although  perfectly clear, to" the 'writer.  So, lets .not expect too much  from our small paper it does  its best which reminds us that  we had a letter sent to (Readers  Rights last week which hasn't  ;been printed yet. H6pe it does  f ind   its -way  into   the-. paper- <  soon^or the point will be lost.  .Thefwedding of. Yvette Roy,  daughter of Mr aiid Mrs Lucian  Roy of Norenda, Quebec and  Robert? (R.E>.) Kent son of Mr  and Mrs R. Kent of Sechelt,  took 'place quietly at the  Church * of vthe Holy Family,  Sechelt 7-Rev Father OsDwyer  officiating. JvThej Bride- wore a  .leaf , green! -ensemble vwith  matching accessories and small  French chapeau, and her ��� corsage was of, crimson roses. Her  bridesmaid;' <���: Miss Angela  Nadeau of Vancouver wore a.  navy blue : ensemble' with Con-  thasting ^accessories and a corsage of pink roses. The best  man was Mr Eddie Hancox.  The vyoung couple "will reside  in Sechelt, Avere Bob is em-N  ployed by Union Estates and  ��� Yvette has for some time been  in the Government Telegraph  Service. May we too offer our  congratulations to this popular  yoting couple and wish them  every happiness,.'  ;  Sorry tp hear Mr Scattergood  of Porpoise Bay was taken to  St.^Mai��y's Hospital by ambulance. Just ���������recently we were  saying here how well he looked \  after his holiday in Vancouver.  We. hope -he will he on the  mend soon.  Mr a lid. Mrs E.E. Pearson  are away attending the Hotel  Men's convention which is  being held in Tacoma. Whilst  they are absent Mr and Mrs  Alee Grey -are staying at the  Inn.''"Mrs  NGrey   of   course   is  Reader'syJRight  EDITOR THE NEWS.  .SIR.. ;  A resident of Headlands,-  away from her home for less  than 48-hours, uponi returning,  found that someone had taken  all her flowers from the garden, the most iCh'erished of all,  in my estimation. These are the  flowers that greet and cheer  you in the spring, daffodils,  and hyacinths. In the front  garden their loveliness is  shared by all that pass by.  I have difficulty, in finding  adjectives suitable for such an  action /- and' the footprints  were those of an adult.  "Disgusting" and "despicable" are two words but perhaps '' filthy'' better ���' describes  the act.  I hesitate to believe it was  the action of anyone living  near Gibsons.  Charles Gosling.  there officially,Alec just there  for company, ' anyway' :it 's a  nice change and nice for us  to have them here in ihe  village' We had 'a b^rtiiday ,  recently and had a "few friends  in for Canasta, including Mr  .and Mrs1 "Stewart Killiek, Mr."  and Mrs Jack Nelson, and Mr  and Mrs. CO. Lawrence.' Five  candles on the cake (No nasty  remarks here please) which we  blew out with such a lusty  breath that our windows 'are  (Continu^R on % page 3)    *  (  ��*i>e  BRITISH COLOMBIA  CONQUER  CANCER  CAMPAIGN  Local Chairman  VTNCE 'PSIEWER  * Gibsons 6.0.  v    K    7 GIBSONS B.C.  LEAVING GIBSONS EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT  ARMING BACK AT GIBSONS, THURSDAY  DISCHARCHING AND UNLOADING ALL DAY WEDNESDAY   *  MOORE'S EXCELSIOR PAPER COMPANY DOCK 95 EAST 1st AVE.  MOVING JOBS HEAVY FREIGHT VEHICLES MACHINERY  ERIC INGLIS  Phone Gibsons 50  Phone Gibsons 53.  RICHARD* FITCHETT  J3 I  of  will be discussed by  W.T. STRAITH  .1.  MINISTER. OF EDUCATION  You are urged to listen  to this important address  10:15 p.m.  MONDAY APRIL 30  \  i\  WE) LEAD  THE HARBOUR WITH  Dry Goods  China  New, Fresh Supplies  A! Complete Stock  of Kitchen and  Home Essentials  MURDOCK'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  soomw!  SCHOOL NEWS  ^'''':������-������     by    " ~ ���  ���������       MAUREEN  ROSS     ���. *  Things are really looking  up in this arjea with regard  to :new schools. The Roberts  Cj-eek School isv much bigger  than; it looks and is. of the  latest design. ,The new; Junior  Senior High School iiiGibsons  is. coming along and it is ru-  ahead of schedule. This good  weather seems to ha\^e given  the break to laying the foundations.  The inter -graded softball  competition is on again for an-  moured may be just a little  other year. As usual, the Nestman Trophy is.the goal.  The   High   School  Svelcome  ARIES  (Continued from page 2.)  still spattered with icing.  Meeting of Sechelt and District    Ratepayers    Association  veVy well, attended, with President A. Woods in the chair.  Th meeting was dissappointed  however in the fact that Mr  Ho way the Provincial Collector  was unable to attend.. Robert  'Burns of (jribson's gave a very  interesting  report   on  municipal management and advice on  how to go about the business  of incorporation. General feel-  .ing  of  the  meeting  was  that  this is not the time to take on  this  added  responsibility.  Evidently there  is  not  much  to  be  gained.   Our  population  is  .much  less  than  Gibson's  and  more scattered^ so comparisons  were  of  not much use  to  us  here. Such a large amount of  land  belonging   to   the  Union  Steamship  Co. , and,;. als'o   the  Indian .Village, would, to our-  way  of  thinking, have  to  be  takHi into   earnest consideration. ,We have  no  industries  here v and most people  are  on  small incomes.   Secretary   Mrs  G. Colson evidently -mails some  hundreds of cards to members  and it is hoped ^hat'more  of  the members will attefid: These  mieetjines   being . non   political  are" a good place to.come;and  air ones views as to how the  district sjiould be run-  Mrs Jack Nelson with Sheila  is away for a week'or so visiting her  relatives, in  Victoria.  Has quite recovered from her  recent  operation   and   feelUng.  and looking very fit.  mat is once again out and this  time it is for a new grade nine  student, Ethel Flunkhouse.  The High School Dramatic  Club was at it again when it  presented a three act play,  "Amit Tilli'e Goes to Town",  at Roberts Creek and Gibsons.  Next school plays are slated  for the fall.  RED CROSS  * SECHEFr��� Provincial Secretary for the Red Cro^s wishes  it known that they who have  been missed by canvassers may  send their contributions to the  nearest Red Cross hospital.  Thursday April 26 1951       The Coast News  3  Wm. MeFaclden  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Every day except Thurs.  Why go to Vancouver for  '   < ODtical Service ?  ciluict^  ROYAL NAVY  DEMERARA    RUM  This advertisement is not published or displayed  by the Liquor Control Board ,/>r by the Government of British Columbia.  ��f pOpP  MAZY SALE,  MIME PARK.PL.,  OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.  CHEESECLOTH t<5 SO NAMED BECAUSE  IT WAS QG/6IAJAUY USED TO PG��S��  CUQDGAMO TO Wf?AP CHEESE  OOA/'r F0R6ET THAT THE OL SHIHOLA HAS  USES OTHER THAN AS A SHOE POLISH. ITS'  EXCELLENT FOR CCVE&N6 UP FURNITURE  SCRATCHES, ALSO FOB RE-FINISHIH6 FUBUITUHE  THE SWISSPLAYAHESS CAME OH EASTEK.  /HORN/MS CALt��D*CaVHEG?COLe&ED  UA80-��0flED.E66SA8��U$e0AS WEAPONSAND  THE UH&&tENE6SGG.7He LEAST CRACKED  ��63 DEStCHATES THE WINNER.  M^'  CUCUMBERS WERE ORI6MALLY  CAlLED^CQWCUMeEZS"BECAUSE COUS  WET&SOFOMDOtTHEM  >r��iu��i  Wl WILL PAY $5.00 mtACHSTXASn F00P FACTStMUttm AMP USiP.  LAUNCH ENGINES  IRIGGS-SIRATTON inboards  EVINROOE outboards  GIBSONS MARINE  SALES  (adjoining Hill's Machine Shop.)  Phone Gibsons 54  Use Coast News Classified Ads  Business and Professional  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  Plumbing and Electrical  Supplies,   Fixtures,  Service  Sechelt Building  Suppies  Phone   60  PLUMBING and HEATING  ELECTRICAL WORK  Reliable' Electrical Repairs  Appliances,   Fixtures,   Radios  WashingMachines  Everything   Electrical  Gibsons Electric  Phone   45  Sunset Hardware  ^..GIBSONS  Registered     Plumbers  ���      PLUMBING  Sales   and   Contractig  FLORIST  Flowers   for   all   occasions  We   are   agents   for   large  Vancouver fl��rists   * .  Fast   service   for   weddings  and  funerals  Jack Mayne  Phone   Sechelt   24     or   write  P.O.   Box   28  Plumbing,   Heating   and  Supplies.  Jack Marshall  j Gibsons B.C. j  1 Phone Gibsons 104 or 33 !  REAL ESTATE  John  Coleridge |  Agencies  Gibsons   and   District's   Only  Full Time Real Estate  Agent  Phone Gibsons 37  TYPEWRITERS  GENERAL HAULING  Gravel,     Lumber,     Contract  Hauling .  GARBAGE   DISPOSAL  SERVICE  Weekly    or :  Monthly    rates  Freight   and   Express  Delivery  UNION   STEAMSHIPS  Sechelt,   Phone  22  Typewriter   Sales : and j  Service j  Agent   for   Remington  For   Fast.     Accurate   Service  See ��  Colin Wingrave ;  Gibsons.  B.C. ��� (  TAXI  GIFT STORE     -  Headquarters   for   Wool,  Notions,   Cards,   Toys,  Miscellaneous Gifts  Gibsons  5-10-15 Store  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  MACHINISTS  Peninsula     Cabs  24-Hour  Service  2   Phones   --   2   Cabs  WILSON   CREEK   and *  SELMA   PARK  Phone Sechelt 66  Taxi Sir ?  call  BILL  HUNTER  Sechelt   48  Hills Machine Shop  Mobilized  Welding  Welding   anywhere   --anytime  Expert Tradesmen .  Precision   Machinists  Phone 54 Res.  58  TRANSFERS-TRUCKS  HARDWARE  Hansen Transfer  GENERAL   CARTAGE  Phone   Sechelt   28  ,      ' Sechelt,  B.C.  WANTED  .*V  KNOWLES  SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 .... Gibsons B.C.  Builder's Hardware  _  Paint.   Plumbing  Appliances  Complete   Installation  Maintenance  Service  DELIVERIES  TO ALL  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. The Coast News      Thursday  April .26 1951  \As Viewed by Batboy  Framed  in  the   batrack,   Giants'   outfielder  BOBBY  THOMSON  fondles one of his favorite clubs during spring training at Seu*��  ford, Fla. They predict ajjanner year for Bobby.  Reader's Right      Cochmm.i..  EDITOR  THE  NEWS  Sir, Editor. Gentleman.  I make beer, good beer, like  in   Prag,    not   like    waterfall  beer    from    Vancouver.    Man  comes to help me drink. He say  he see roadwork man dig out  big    stump    with ��� pick    and  shovel, like in Prag long ago.  I   sav   avIiv   no   cow-do; ;e   ma-  chine,   no   shoot-powder?    He  say Kommissar want done' that  way.   Town   got   Jots   m.oney,  must spend, give work to poor  man. I say, Kommissar spend  own   money  that   way?   What  you think?  Mikel Blok.  Salmon Rock Gets  Overland Outlet  GAMBIER HARBOUR ���  Painting the government wharf  has just been completed.  Authorized by the dominion  (department pf public works,  the work was done by C.A.  Lett and Jack Anderson.  The'new Salmon Rock Trail  has been completed. Work on  the Keats Island trail was done  by a crew of men from Gambier  Island, and Keats. B. Bradbury  was foreman of the operation.  ~~ FOR RUBBER STAMPS"  ��EE  Coast News  is  By M. Harrison-Cray    :  Dealer: South S  North-South same.' ���  N.    -       . 5  * Q 9 8 7 4 3 i  1 ��� J 9 7 2 :  \l    -      *5 4 .:  [S .       \y.                       E. "  | * K 6 5 A A j 10 3 ��  i V K Q 9 8 4 V J i  t=   ��� 10 ��� A 6 5 3 :  4, J 96 2 * A Q 10 8 ;  * s;  ���'���'    i  V A 10 7 6 5 3 S  * K Q 8 4 S  * K 7 3 |  One team lost points ��  deservedly on this hand in ��  the 1948 European Cham- 2  pionships. In Room 1 North*  ��� pushed a good principle too g  far with a response of Ones  Spade to South's One Heart. *  East made a trap pass, South ���  bid Two Hearts and North S  ���quirmed back \ to Two ��  Spades, which East doubled. :  South persisted with Three:  Heart* doubled by West tor ��  a penalty of 800. 5  In - Room 2 North passed, 5,  and South's QiSe^Heairti vmx*  doubled by $a#.  West "m'ade'B"  a   penalty paJft/aqd   North 5  now bid One Spade, doubled |  py East; Souttt-^und a place |  of refuga in Tw^ Diamonds, ���  which wai ateo/doubled. Easts  won the opening lead ol 42 ��  with   ��� A ajad.played   ���AI  followed by 4>3,   but South 3  ���scaped with a loss oC 2001  points or^y. 1  Mr. Donald Cochrane, B.A.,  M.Sc, addressed- the High  and Junior High students of  Gibsons School on the subject,  of paper, with particular reference to the operation at Port  Mellon. He drew on his man.v  years of experience at Ocean  Falls for a great deal of information and a number of entertaining  anecdotes.  Bugle Call  "bv  GORDIE KNOWLES  (Publicity   Editor)  From  now  on  j'ou  will be  able to read fortnightly inte'res-  ing  items  in  connection  with  the a Canadian   Legion   Junior  Auxiliary.   The   title,   "Bugle1"  Call''  Is   borrowed   from   our  currently    popular.   "Bugle���  Band". This is the-first bugle  call the  general  meeting held  in   Legion  Hall,   April;'- 9   at  8 p.m.  A large turnout of boys was  present to discuss the two .  major topics which will keep  Junior Auxiliary ��� members  hopping until the end of June...  Plans for these projects, include the organizing o�� a soft-  ball team and a variety program for the night of May 12  in the School Hall, 8 p.m. proceeds will go to the Scholarship Fund.  The call of the bugle now  fader* awav for this issue,  leaving you, the people of  Gibsons, waiting for reveille  and snu e re all y intere's'ting  news of the Bugle. Band.  Sechelt Couple  Married,  THE HOME of the bride  was the setting for a very  attractive wedding uniting  Margaret, daughter of Mr and  Mrs "G.P. Wagner of 961, West  17 Avenue, 'Vancouver, and  Francis Verdun McKenzie of  New Westminster. Reverend  Mr JVIoore, formerly of Gibsons  officiated. .  The Bridal gown was of  pink lace over taffeta ballerina  length and her bouquet was  bouquet of pink roses and white  stephanois. A flowerall rosebud headress caught the shoulder length, pink, illusion veil,  . Matron of honor was Mrs Dave  Caldwell who chose1 a mauve,  crepe dress with flowerall  headress and carried %a bouquet  of daffodils and pink carna-'  tion. Mr A. Asseltine was best  man and ushers included Mr  Douglas  Wagner.  Mrs   A.  Knox   sang   during  signing  of  the  register. -  A reception-."was held'at the  home of the bride's [parents  ��� when  75   guests   attended.  Among * local persons attending were, Mr and Mrs H.  Divies^ Gibsons, R. Derby, Mrs  B. Rankin, and Mrs C.C.  Lawrence, Sechelt. %  The/young couple will reside in Sechelt.        < v.  Use Coast 'News Classifiedly$ds  jS$s5$$-&  *mm  I  1  I  echelt TSieatre ^ Preseots  '  WE ARE PROUD TO BRING THESE GREAT MOTION  PICTURES TO THE PEOPLE OF THE SECHELT  PENINSULA.  HUMPHREY BOGART INGRID BERGMAN  fti ���/.���:  I  I  m  I  I-  I  |  I  &  %i&iihi$tf  ft  i  ii  Monday April 30  Tiiesday May 1  7 arid 9 p.m.  8 p.m.  i  I  I  I  I  '/���$  m  JAMES STEWART  in technicqlour 's greatest drama  'Tlie Broken Irrow'  w  Wednesday May 2  Friday May 4      /  8 p.m.  7 and 9 p.m.  1' ������-  ���   /   ������  .  '��� <  ��.-������  P.'-y/[yy  I  I  I  ��  ���I  ��  I  I  I  i  V-HCTe it is;-Fojfe,^ ,X^;1...:;V.-j;:..;  THE GRANDEST MUSICAL &P ALL TIME  fAonie Get Your Gunf  starring in technicolor  BETTY HUTTON HOWARD KEEP      '  " Four Big Showings  Thursday May 3 7 and 9' p.m.  Saturday May 5 7 and 9 p.m.  Plus the best in shorts ',  Warner Brothers Newsreel .Thursday, Friday, Saturday.  I  '"'��� -Mi  .1  m  m  g  1  i  THl#  RANGES  *      o       ���  .    -  ���      ���- *  to pick from a full selection of ;f    >  REFRIGERATORS    APPLIANCES  ���*  at;  Pre   Budget    Prices  IEW   FB1TI1RED   ITEMS  ��������/     '. '; .. ������.:'���.':' ':'���'���.���'  '���:-. ������    '.  .    THg 'VpRESTO;' AUTOMATIC STEAM ELECTRJC IRON  v the best for all suits and pleats ^        >,  THE "HOOVER" ECONOMY SIZE ELECTRIC WASHER  the efficient, low priced washer for the small family  Terms according to regulations  Delivery to all points  - f  '���.' v.  -HARDWARE-  'PJione 33  GIBSONS B.C.  xf':'f? ?^^  LOT  We still have a few new" cars left at pre budget prices. It caii be a* matter^ of  hours between you and several hundred dollars by simply getting your new.  vehicle now.  NEXT SHIPMENT WILL BE AT THE NEW PRICE  STANDARD  MOTORS  No. 1 Wilson Creek-  No. 2 Sechelt  No 3 Gibsons West Sechelt  BY1 MARGA.RET ALLAN  Thursday April 26 1951      The Coast News  \.-9nMT-&0Jn^rS^^^^as'y��lm^er U-N- Force- BRIGADIER |  } JOHN M. ROCKINGHAM, arrived at Montreal Airport, Dorval 1  , recently aboard a special Trans-Canada Air Lines North Star '  ! twSJEdmonton Bngadier Rockingham is winding up a ten-day :  ��� -, Dominion-wide tour of inspection. He is seen here left bPW  f   greeted by COL. W. C. DICK, Chief of Quebec Command?  ' S ,,  t_  The Coast News  3-Lines.(15  words) for' 35c 3  Insertions  (same  ad)  75c  Extra Ayprds,  above   15-word   min.  2c   each   ���   Cash   with'order  Notices?   Engagernehts,   Mavriages,.-'-'.&kths,''  etc..   75c   insertion  ^i'-tWTLE'ADS-.^ ^BlG-^RE^ULTS 'ZZ  NEWSSERVICE :  PIPE THREADING, glass  cutting, reasonable rates ef  ficieni. workmanship. Union  Store Sechelt Phone 1��.  . .tfn  LISTINGS WANTED.  JOHN COLERIDGE Agencies,  real estate licenced and bonded agents (Connection: with  HI A. Roberts Lt$L) Listings  required, attractive\ to retired ,  couples. Contact our office or  Coast News Office..  REAL ESTATE listings wan  ted.  ..Gibsons[Z.to ..Pendei  JSarbour. H.B. Gordon I&x 11  Sechelt Phone Sechelt 31Q.'  V'. '���   ' ZZpyy���,������:... ���::-[-y Tin  RAW PURS;   ������       , :-P.i f~~ ,  Spring  muskrats  up  TO $5.00 for TOP grades.  Demand for Muskrats is TERRIFIC, prices ;the HIGHEST  in YEARS��� you can earn  BIG MONEY; catching; Musk-  rats.  Ship  ALL ?youV MUSK-  7   RAT skins tp; ^HUBERT''--  . you'll  fhid  it";miglity ��� profit-  :'."'. able.  Other  seasonable  Furs ���  : still wantedY paying for TOP  grades, as HIGH AS: MUSK-  RAT and WEiASEL $5.00;  SQUIRREL $1.00; BEAVER  and OTTER $50.00- MARTEN.  FISHER,   'ALL   -other    Furs  ��� HIGHEST prevailing Market  Prices. Don't delay ��� ship  tivery   skin   you   have,* while  ;    prices are so HIGH ��� Hurry!  : Dept. 196 A.B. SHUBERT CQ.,  Winnipeg. Ship to bur>Recei-  ?:   Ting Office :at ���VANCOUVER,  ;.   FOR Rent; Comfortable^ mod-  f   ern, 5 room cottage, Granthams  j.   Landing'B.C: Nicely furnished,  ." refrigerator, furnace[ oil/stove,  i . ihsulatted/   warm    in   ,winf��r;  Water front location; ;Rent$60  per month;  Adults.  Apply  A:  ;    C Grant. Granthams Landing,  B.C. ���-'     67  ^"::^^^^^^^e^.range:'of  battery radios: from $10 to $50.  See   thein   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   alt  superfluous  hair.  Saca: ~ pelo  contains no drug or chemical,  "and .can be applied easily in  the privacy of your own home  or.'in '-'.:'     'c ���:%������������  LOR-BEER  LABORATORIES  079  Granville  St.   Vanco'uver,  R&iiypp-'Pp'P-.:P.  FOR SALE ~ ~~  ���_        "     ._     _        - '���   -  ���       - \  15. II.P!  gas- Vivian,  No.  824,  handles 24 X 20 propellor.   ..��''  Phone Granthams 72.  PIANO accordian (soprano)  120 bass. Two switches, perfect  condition. Case, instruction  be ok, $175. ."::.!''  /     COLT  revolver,'(registered)  r32 ..calibre.   leather   hoh{.eiy  ; perfect ��� condition, $35 cash.  For ^anyv;ot the  above,  apply  F. Thomas, Beach Ave.,. R.R.I,  Gibsons, B.C.: 66  : FOR SALE;JLot in Gibsons  Central Location oi\ wafer aiid  light. Box 6 Coast vNews.  -������������������ *     *".      ' ���,     .'     ** **  FOR sale 10 acres 3% cleared  fruit trees, small fruit,; nut  trees, 6 room house, barn, wood  shed and chicken, house and'  run etc/ Applv Clare H.  Chamberlain  Gibsons  B.C.  .     ��� -.69  FOR sale; Sundry items of���  furniture etc, Mr Hill corner  Pratt and Gower Point roads.  ��� \yy<- :.... ��� -��t.  ���FOR-sale Jersey Cow freshened  March 7 ,$165.00. Apply box 7  The Coast News.  -���67  : SORRY about the mistake  I made with Mrs Mo want's  brother's name, who died  recently, in Elgin. It was Frank  Anderson, not Patterson. 1  guess I must have been dreaming about taking a trip with  them.  Cecil Nickerson had the  misfortune to break his leg in  a  logging accident.  Mrs Mills has re'turned from  the city. I hear Mrs Margaret  Arnold is returning from California, aiid is going to England  from here-via-freighter. I bet  she will be organizng a V.O.N.  on board, it was she who  started the V.O.N,  here.  Another' of Mr and Mrs  Wally Berry's - daughters is  getting married, Jean Berry.  Spring house ~ cleaning sure  gets a person down, makes you  think- you are' a bad house -  keeper. Maybe if Karl. Marx  wife had not been a poor house-  , keeper things would have been  different. He had to write his  material on a cluttered table,  dirty dishes and all, with no  room ^f or a lamp. I think we  all need to go back to Sunday  School; and get a refresher  c.ourst,   in  the   "Thou   Shalt  Not*",    -  ���-" I am in the dog - house about  the-"Naked Bone" Episode.  MORE ABOUT DOCK  m (Continued from page 1)  government wharf at Horseshoe Bay as the eastern terminal, on the grounds that the  wharf is too light in construction and is being used by several other small ferry'lines.  The minister today, (AprillS)  however, has given permission  for the use of the government  wharf at Gibsons as the eastern  terminal. The "company will be  expected to provide the necessary dolphins and span to connect with the wharf, but "the  ���department of pub/lie* works  will" continue to maintain this  dock as in the past.  "Application has been made  to  the  Minister  of Transport  for   permission   to  import   a  second  ear   ferry <-��� the   M.V.  Bainbridge. This application is  now being reviewed by the department and the deputy minister   of   transport,   Mr   J.C.  Lessard, assured me that there  will be-no opposition to granting an import permit for this  vessel.    ���  " "These are the only two requests which the ferry company  have made to the federal government in. connection with its  operation."'"' - ,  MORE ABOUT COUNCIL  (Continued from page 1)  behind the .present Howe Sound  Trading Company's buildings  and next to the. Sechelt Highway/Equipment for this, business is now here, "preparatory  to sfartiner. 'i"y:  E. Drew objected to a fire  hazard in old buildings and  '"bundles of cedar shingles,"  next to: his property line.  ; Coinmisioher IL * Anderson  v.-VI' investigate the complaint  and take necessary action to  have the alleged, danger" removed.  Council gave ts approval to  a change in truck buying. The  village will buy a 3 ton instead  of ihe previously approved  two and one half tons vehicle.  Rumour are flying about untrained men getting the job of  driving the truck, but council  is adamant in its silence as  to who will eventually get the  job of driving the. controversial vehicle and taking over the  job of water caretaker.  :  Yoor   Best   Bet  -PRICE  FOR - S E R V I C E  FOR  - S ATI S FA C T.I O N  'Gibsons Building Supplies  Phone Gibsons 53  "we have it in stock"  I  I  I  g  I  u  1  I  1  1  I  I  9  HOLY Y*AR MISSIOr  Conductor  Rev, Father Bissette,fl.M.I.  HOLY FAHILY CHURCH  Sechelt  -MAY 6 TO 13 INCLUSIVE  i  Morning   S a.m.  �� Evenings    7.30  There is no hope for the world without God.  Are you living rightly?  Everything else has been tried, why net-religion?  Warm Weather Meats  PICNIC HAMS       (Swifts)  half or whole  COTTAGE ROLL (Swifts)  i  CRISCO        in cartons  NABOB   COFFEE  BOYS. AND GIRLS SUMMER FOOTWEAR  BOY'S  DENIM  PANTS  I  I  1  m  i  1  i  i  I  I  ��  1  lib  '  57<>  1��  78^  43^  lift  $1.02  See Our Paint Variety  UNION GENERAL STORE  Phone Sechelt 18  WHERE THE CLASSIFIED  ADS CAN ACTUALLY "PUT  MONEY. JN YOUR  POCKET  NO DOWN PAYMENT  *  The ideal and economical way to remodel. Loans up to  $2,000 for lumber and building materials. Payments are  on a 6, 12, or 24 month plan. Small interest only half of  one percent.        '    .  PLAN NOW  Out"Pr ices A re Right  A NEW ROOF  '  COMPLETE BASEMENT  AN EXTRA ROOM  SPRING PAINT JOB  Whatever the job ��� we can supply the materials  *     LUMBER ��� ROOFING ��� CEMENT  SASH       AND       DOORS  SAND ��� GRAVEL ��� BRICK  FINISHING       LUMBER  Sechelt  Building   Supplies  Phone Sechelt 60 ,  ^   "for reliable service':  an 6  The Coast New*      Thursday April-26 1951  This and That  BY MRS NESTMAN  VISITOR from Trail on a  very tniiek trip on Friday, was  Mrs J. Ablett, said to say  "hello" to her many friends.  They are doing fine in Trail,  she tells me her husband  weighs 180 pounds and never  felt better.  "Pop" Gardner has finally  struck oil at Ocean Palls. He  has obtained one of those very  hard to get little houses. Mrs  Gardner leaves us Monday to  join him there. Sorry to see  her leave as she has been a  very good worker in Eastern  Star, and Legion work . Hope  they will be settled this time,  and wish.them lots of luck,.  VON Nurse reports, March,  she had 17 new cases and made  86 visits, 33 chronic, 13 medical, and surgical. 35 pre-natal,  obstretrical and new-born  instructions, 2 pneumonia, 3'  health supervision. There were  6 full pay visits and 19 part'  pay, total $21.00. Due to heayy  snow in March less visits, on  account of" a four day holdup.  This report certainly shows  our nurse on the job, and every  thing under control. Mrs Lil  Sehutz will be.matron of honor  at the wedding of Mrs Del  Graham, to Mr Andrew  Stammler of Vancouver, early  in June. We would certainly  like to add our- very best  wishes to Del, and hope she  will be very happy in her new  life.  The Rabbitt family have  taken over the Dodds home on  the North Road.  The new cleaners and. dry  cleaning people, are taking  over the Osborne home on  the Sechelt Highway.  I have been told by realistic  people, there will be no Farmers Market this year. This will  be quite a loss to the village.  Mr and Mrs Groves, have  opened up theiir .cottage opposite   the   Municipal  float:  They tell me Bill Skellett,  Billy Pye, and his dad, all out  of danger and getting along  as well as can 0be expected.  This is good news indeed.  Alf Whiting was away to  Egmont for two weeks.  Walt Nygren tells me their  trip south was a wonderful  experience. Saw no slot mar  chines in Tiajuana, I always  thought gambling .was wide  open. He said the country was  terrible, but the people were  wonderful1,'-that, is the Mexi^  cans.  Sorry to report that Mrs H.  Bartle has been ill, and confined to her home. In the  store the pther day noticed  Mrs D Reese and Mrs MacNutt  arguing over who should carry  home the heavy.'bag; ofGroceries, Mrs MacNutt insisting  that Mrs Reese was not well*  and that she should carry it,  Mrs Reese vice - versa, they  finally compromisd and took  one handle each, very seldom  see one of these ladies without the other.  Einer Bergen is very proud  of his new boat,, no doubt.going  to get a lot of" pleasure out of  >*���   ���-"' :   ' iy.      ������yy'ry  The surveyors tell me that  they will be another month at  lea/'t on the job, and don't  think they will get started.,on  the road .before July. We will  have to have that old com-  mlodjty .Jpatjence, it��i getting ���  closer you know.   ., ,.  Visitors for? the day were  Mr and Mrs Alf Clark.;    Pi-.-i  They tell.me that?Miss W^  New will be ...taking Miss  Wagner's sm r��U! ;hou^sei.,* Kay  Coleridge was up for a few  day? holiday, came 'in very  aandy wliea "Mom" came  lown with a cold, Kay took  jver and held down the ,fort.  in the Dress Shop.  Congratulations in order for  ���the Stanley Trumans. I would  like to wish them mine too.  A Board meeting will be  held  at Kewpie Camp, of the  ��� VON. May 16, 8 p.m., plans for  their Annual Drive to be held,  . are now; well under way. The  sum of $2055 has to be raised  for the coming year. Just a  note in passing, when the canvasser call's, be as generous as  you can.  Alf Ritchey sure fixed one.  of our little bridges the other  day. He wa* a very lucky man,  that he was, able to emerge  from the wreck; with nothing  more than a bad shaking up.  Alf sure does rioth ing by  halves anyway .. guess it  needed "Fixin".  George Hill in Vancouver  for an appendicitis operation,  doing  very  well -s at  latest re-  , ports,  Mr and Mrs Reg Godfrey  away visiting for a few days  to a place near Kamloops. Mrs  Sr, visiting from Squamish for  - a few days, meeting old  friends again. Mrj? H.Hoad,y.  the former Mrs 'Thomson, here  for a visit.  So much news about Ferry,  Board of Trade and zoning  lasit week tlitf. nty coMnmi'i  aro.-t sidetracked, keeping my  fingers crossed and hoping for  this week.' �� ,  Red Cross Drive  WILSON CREEK.��� This  community, led by- Mrs A.  Johnston, manager of the R.ed  Cross drive has eoll-ecttect a  greater amount than ever before.  More than $160 has been  sent to the headquarters in  Vancouver following the extended: collection period.  "I would like/to thank Mrs  H. MacGleod, Mrs E. Reid and  Mrs M. Kraft for the fine work  they have done on" behalf of  the Red'Cross, "the four year  committee  chairman said.  I would also like to pay tribute to the fine work done by  owsiom  Has Been  ompEeted  BRITISH Columbia Power  Commission recently announced  completion, of the Clowhom  Falls dam structure, which-will  alljow this hydr07electric development to g"o into early  service for the benefit of the  Sechelt  Power   District.  /  The  dam,  with  spillway   at  125   foot-elevation,   provides  2,500  acre feet of storage.  It-;  is 325 feet long. . ���  An initial 4,000. horsepower  will be developed at the powerhouse, . where two 2-000 hp-  turbines will be1 installed, at  the head of Salmon Arm where  the   Clowhom  River  tumbles;  into the sea.  The whole project is constructed with a view to its ultimate expansion to the limit  of the storage potential^ estimated'at 10, 000 hp.  Clearing of the transmission  right-of-way to, Sechelt, about  20 miles west, has begun.  .  ������J|���-..;...  ���  .     ���-���  the.Wilson Creek Community;  Centre Which di$ so much .on  our behalf". ,:    ���-'"..'  Sccheli-J^Fvis Towing Company  Your local Complete Marine TOWJNG SERVICE'  "AGENTS:��� '' ���'���/ ���::yyPy:<yii''-J-;y'''; ' .  Pender Harbour.:  BillLVonley^Phbhe:   Sechejt  11S2  Gibsons; Reg.  Godfreys-Phone:* Granthams  5>v  Nanaimo: Phone 555-NightV 1497 or 305    .. _  Vancouver:  Phone PAcific 4558;  ^ight: KErr.  6352  Phone Us Collect for Quotations  "Tractor Transport No. P' ��� especially equipped for  hauling cats, trucks and logging equipment by sea  Lo- Towing Scow Towing ^   vPilfi Privmg  Dredging Wharf and Float Construction  Breakwater Construction ;.    Marine Salvage  . Salvage Pumps ^ v  w ��� .    -  i y  ���:t.  1  |  i  ���i.  I  OR A.M. WE.  1  PP-i    WILL Ri^UME PRACTICE?'  :'[.pp'py ���'-.''"p'���. ��� at his'";."���:yyyyyyyyz  Roberts Creek Office . Phone 20 H2  sl-i-ij  EQUIPMENT for logging  SCHRAMM  Air Compressors.  MINING AND CONSTRUCTION  Put more tools on the job ���  specify SCHRAMM Traetor���  * Compressors or tqwiing type  models. Capacities 60 ��� 600  C.F.M.  NORTHWEST  Shovels and Cranes.  EIMCO  Rocker Shovels.  Dependable    loading  .of  sand, rock and gravel for  miner or contractor...  Speed, power and tonnage  at new,' low cost.  Fast operation, high output,  with easy upkeep, are features  of these rugged shovels, cranes,  draglines and pullshovels, ;  Exclusive Agents ,for British  Columbia.  A. B. WING LTD.  General Machinery Dealers  <��  We Service What We  Sell." -  1383 Hornby Street  Vancouver, B. C.  TAtfow 1564  , I ���������;������..��  anv a man has, said to his wife  Me!   Buy a house!   Where will I  get the money?  j^.nd many a Vise wife has given  the    simple'   answer:    "Let's    save  regularly.  If yo# want to- buy a house���or  make any other big purchaser-start'  saving for. it. Next pay day open an  account at The Bank of Nova Scotia.-  You'll find your b^s Passbook is  your  passport  to  the   things  you  want to buy.  Wherever you are throughout Canada and abroad, look for this sign  of good friendship in banking.  M. p. Gblwell, Manager, Squamish, B,G, Woodfibre, B.C. Flowers jot All Occasions  PHONE: GIBSONS 76W  Mrs E, Nestman  IMMEDIATE SERVICE  Thursday April 26 1951      The Coast News  ANGLICAN       SERVICES  . APRIL 29 1951 5th SUNDAY AFTER EASTER  St. Bartholomew's Church ���   Gibsons  ll.a.m.  ll.am  >rnmg  Prayer      Moi      Sunday School  St.  Hilda's  Church    Sechelt  1.45.p.m.   ..  1.45.p.m. ..  St. Aiclan's Church  ....   Evensong  Sunday School  Roberts Creek  September!  11.am   .  3.15p.m.  Sunda.v School  . Evensong  1  ess. ���  4  I  1  1:  I  f  I  i  i  (in Vancouver Forest District, April 17���September���30)  A special appeal is directed to smokers to be  careful during this period.  THE FORESTS; OF BRITISH COLUMBIA PROVIDE  HEALTHY RECREATION FOR THE YOUTH OF THE  PROVINCE. IF THESE PLEASURES ARE TO CONTINUE, THE FORESTS MUST BE PRESERVED.  DO YOUR PART AND  HELP PREVENT FOREST FIRES  BRITISH; COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE  Department of Lands and Forests  Dr.CD. ORCHARD   .Hon.E.T.KENNEy  Halfmoon Bay  BY MRS K. RAVEN  sewing  sewing  m  Deputy Minister  of Forests.  Minister  S-TS*SS^K��?��S7:3  ANNOUNCEMENT  ��� ������������-���'.-.'..   ��� ���-������'��� ������ .���������������. :-v ���'���������%���"   ���-'���-.���������  WILL OPEN   MAY 11  iPyZ-$    ���;.'���<'-     MEAL&     .     ���'���'.'' ���' ��� ���-: ?  %'���:������'���.   Breakfast L^  SP ."'-'g���9 i>m V::P':" 12^2;,p^^:"';'r:5;30���. 7 p.m Z  yyZ-<:P:Zy:" ���We'Specialize i&yyy  GROUPS PARTIES > CLUBS  Special attention to family parties.  '  CHAMPION & WHITE LIMITED  4-  PAcific 9171  PAcific 6539  WEEKLY SCOW SERVICE  CARS AND TRUCKS ONLY  :-yy.,yyy������'/'-��� :���-������������' .������:   ���" <-��� ~P ;'.:' ���; ��� ��� -vv,. .  yy Effective Saturday April 21 1951  Leave-Vancouver Saturdays 9 a.m.  ��� I  ��� I  ��� I  1  -I  Arrive Gibsons  Leave Gibsons  Arrive Vancouver  Saturdays 1 p;m.  Saturdays 5 p.m.  Sundays 9 a.m.  VANCOUVER GIBSONS,B,C.  esssiiUssai  ��� V  m'  !  I  1;  ��  ��� ii  )���. .::>::V.:v y^.\'^^!^^..\ ->��'i.--^. ^.^fflfe^'tf^'^j^;*  I  \     Half Moon Bay V.O.N, held  its   regular  monthly   meeting  on  April.  11,  at  the  home  of  Mrs Meuse. New officers elected for the coming year, were,  president, Mrs Burroughs, vice  president,    Mrs   Axoni,    secretary, Mrs'Mary Pratt, treasurer, Mrs C. Peterson  convenor,   Mrs   Axoni,  convenor for Middlepoint, Mrs  Nutio, social convenor, Mrs K.  Raven.    Mrs   Pratt   and   Mrs  Peterson   ^were    returned    to  office for a second year. Next"  meeting  will be  at  the  home  of Mrs Wilf Scott,. Redroof 's  on May-1 at-8.-p.m;. Mesdames  Burroughs, Curran and Fenn,  will be hostesses.  Halfmoon-Bay P.T.A. held  its meeting at the schoolhouse  April 12, president Mrs  Burroughs in the chair. Minutes  were read by. Mrs C. Smith.  Chief topic at the meeting Avas  May Day. It was decided that  May 23 was a reasonable-date.  Sihver Sands will-be asked to  join us and Mr. Cormack will  be asked to open the festivities.  A program is yet to be decided  upon, it will certainly include  races, ice cream, pop, etc., and  an. added atl.raction w;ill b.e  the:;'commuiiity;,siipper.:in the  early evening.  Everyone" will lie,, welcome  especially if a small donation  of eatables is brought for the:  table. v ���  Next meeting will be Wednesday May 9, Hostesses for  that evening will be Mrs J.  Stewart and Mrs E; Me Curdy.  Bill Kolterman, president of  Halmoon Bay Liberal;Associa-  tion, and all members, extend  congratulations and 'sincere  good wishes to Captain Andy  Johnston, who was again returned as President of Sechelt  Liberal  Association. ���  Jack .. Rotter     owner       of  Rotter's; Logging Co.  was up .  to   look   things   oye'r;,   friends  were   very   glad   to   see   him  looking  so 'muchbetter.  Carl Petersen, who moved  to Sechelt last fall; is. back as  saw filer at the camp.  Colin Hanney son of Mr and  Mrs Hanney, sr.v of Redroof's  Avho is at the Noah ?s Ark Pet  Shop in town, called in on  his  to  __"'' his wav up to Bargain Harbour  ��;; to ge^his!:boatr^  -mer sailing.  SEE ITS FOR ALL YOUR LUMBER NEEDS  Va  i  SAWMILL  Phone 15 M2 ���       Wilson Creek  Skinny men, women  gain 5y 10,15 lbs,  ; Get New Pep, Vim, Vigor  What a thrill!' Bony  limbs fill out: ugly hoi-,  lows fill up; neck no  longer scrawny ;# body  loses naif-starved, sickly  "bean-pole" look. Thousands of girls, women, men,  who ne?er- could gain before, are .now proud of  shapely, healthy-looking  bodies. They thank the special vigor-building, flesh-  building tonic. Ostrex.' Ite  tonics, stimulants, invigora-  tors, iron, vitamin B|, calcium, enrich blood, improva  appetite and digestion so  food gives you more strengli  and nourishment; put flesb  on bare bones.  Get Lovely Curves  Don't fear getting TOO Tat.  Stop when you've gained tbs  5, 10, 15 or 20 lbs. .you need  for normal weight. Cost*  little. New "get acquainted"  size onlv 60e; Try famout  Ostrex Tonic Tablets for new  vigor and added pounds, this  very day. At all druggists.  Cooper, .who was recently flown  to Vaneoueer, suffering from  double pneumonia, is improving. Her mother, Mrs J. Cooper  is still in town* with her.  Sympathy to C. Chainberlin,  first day in the bush and he  badly pulled the.- ligaments in  his knee. He will, be on crutches  . for 2���3 weeks.  Sunday School was started  recently by Mrs.Hannay, school  principal. She was helped by  her husband and Mrs* Ilannay,  sr., a fourth teacher may be  needed. Don't forget boys and  girls of all ages Sunday School  at the schoolhouse 1 p.m. every  Sunday.  Birthday congratulations to  Mrs Pat Welsh who celebrated  another milestone in April. Do  we say \vhich milestone Pat?  as ho one would ever guess.  Birthday greetings aJso to  Jan Mionson, two year* old,  April 12.  THE DATE PAD  Next meeting of the coihmit.-  tee in charge of Halfmoon Bay  May Day parade will be held  May 9. Mrs J. Stewart and Mrs  E: McCurdy will act as hostesses. - '  Public   Health   N,urse,  Jones   is    at    Halmoon    Bay  Trading Post, second Tuesday  each month from  p.m.  2.30 to 3.30  VON Nurse, Miss Anne  Baker is in attendance -every  Wedii esday afternon at Ha 1 f-  moon Bay Trading Post.  IMPORTED CHEESE  HOME QURED MEATS  ..These are two of s our  specialties. Both are of  the finest quality. Don't  let hot day cooking get  you down. Use our wide  range of cold meats.    .  BERT'S  MEAT  MARKET  BEN BACKSTAY  Ben Backstay was a boatswain,  A very jolly boy,  No lad than he more merrily  Could pipe all hands ahoy.  For over a century Lamb's Navy has  been the call of those who know  good rum. Smooth and mellow, it is  matured, blended and bottled in  Britain of the finest Demerara Rums.  Lamb's Navy fa  This advertisement is not published or  displayed by the Liquor Control Board or.  by the Government of British Columbia.  * An old sea shanty  HASSANS  Pender  Harbour,   B.C.  The  Old-Established     ,  General Store  SUPPLYING FAMILIES,  FISHERMEN AND  CAMPS  Latest in Novelties and  Toys  FISH   BUYERS  HOME GAS STATION  Mechanical  Refrigeration  Fresh Deliveries on Hand  Always  Steer For  HASSAN'S  LANDING  Midway South Shore  FOR   NEWS   AND   VIEWS  READ   THE   COAST   NEWS  Phone Gibsons 62  -i L  /  Glad  io   say   M&*s   Marilyn     | 8  The Coas\ News    ��� Thursday April 26 1951  Stone of Scone Recovered  t  Britain's Stone of Scone, traditional- coronation stone, rests in  the high altar, of Arbroath Abbey, near Dundee, Scotland, as th��  custodian holds one of two letters left on the stone. One letter,  held by the custodian, was addressed to King George VI, and the  other to General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. The letters  both asked that the stone remain in Scotland. The famed sto;ie  -was stolen from Westminster Abbey on Christmas morning. The  "stone of destlnv^' had been reported stolen hy Scottish nationalists.  ififselectricalits ^  Gibsons Electric  3,  <  c  ,i  o  t  $  c  :'s-  w  a-  h  'fiZ  ;ti:  ai  %  ���Si  oil  sejl  "'������- ��� il  )||  ;b.<  tV;  hi  ei  hi  tie  i.  :&  [o  S]  tfej  m  "$  lit  fai.  [OS     ':  We Fix  *  Radios, washing machines, electric irons, Appliances of  every description.  When yon have electrical troubles  #���-.","������' ���   ' ' ���  ir  such as the lights give you a shock or that iron "sputters"  or you need an extension from one room to another or'  any of the thousand and one things that are always  cropping up in the "ordinary home.  We have.a first class;:electrician on:call[fori any wiring  trie radios fqc; sale; We accept "trade ins on any of the  GENERAL ELECTRIC equipmto we stockS Electric;  ranges or refrigerators are specialties with us/ as is  We have a wide range of second hand battery and elec-  problems or job you have in mind.  and "reasonable prices  When it's quality that counts call on  GIBSONS x     EI^CTRIC :  * *������ '���   "���  , ''The Home of Electrical Knowhow/'  * -..  Gumming Again  Heads Rate On  ROBERTS CREEK��� Robert  Gumming.was re-elected president of 4he Roberts Creek  Improvement Association at "toe  . 'annual meeting hejd in the  Kewpie Kamp, April 19. ^  Other officers include, John  Mathews, vice president; C,  . Hall, . secretary treasurer;  Major II. Kennedy and F.  Barnes were named directors:  Two more directors will be elected at the May meeting of  the unit. \ .  Street lights will soon be installed according to  a-report,  from the committee set up to  investigate the problem of dark  corners  and ill lit streets;  John Laidlaw reported on  his installing a siren on the  roof of the cafe which has already been in use. One serious  fire waf* arrested by quick action of local residents called  to the scene be the siren.  Cards containing fire rules  regulations and precautions  will be pointed and distributed  "to everV househj?ldje;r in jthe  area in an effort to avert ra  serious conflagration.  ANGLICAN DISPLAY  CrIBSONS���The W.A. to St  Bartholomew's Anglcan Church  sponsored a display . of hand  made articles in. united Church  Hall, April 19. .  The articles will be sent to  the Indian Schools which are  aided by the Anglican Church.  t  We have recently been appointed agents for  WHERE YOU MAY STORE YOUR PURS WITH  SURETY AND INSURANCE  We have a wide range of fashionable fur chokers  -SQUAREDANCE SKIRTS $5.95  . KILT SKIRTS > $9.95  WAFFLE P.K. DRESSES $9,95       ,  (pastel shades) $l<d.95  SUMMER HATS from $3.95  GLAMOURALL SHORTS $2.95  MIDRIFF BLOUSES  sizes '3 ��� 20 from       $ .98^  BATHING SUITS fronV      $3;95  .. We are the : only store  on the Sechelt Peninsula  which caters exclusively  to ladies wear.  Alterations and personal v^  shopping service are two  of the services we special- . ^ _  ize in. i  Phone Gibsons 35  WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO ?  ���V'  STR2U;  50.47 cent.  At times most of us have looked at purse, wallet or bankbook, and wondered: "Where does the money go?"  You may have wondered, too, where docs our money go-���  the money we receive for gasoline, fuel oil; lubricants and  other products we sell. -.Well; last year each dollar we  received wcnt: this way: ; "<yz  CRUDE OIL and tnc other raw materials we bought took-  half of each dollar.  OPERATING AND ADMINISTRATIVE expenses took more  than 25 cents. This was the cost of searching for and pro-  e#nH ducing crude oil, and of manufacturing and marketing the  hundreds of products we supplied for thousands of uses.  Throughout the year high quality products were made  available wh&e a'nd' when you'n&fdetfthcm.  i  TRANSPORTATION of products from our refineries to marketing points took the ncit big bite of tlje dollar. Products,  moved over wide areas to serve every community in Canada.  C��flfe  And thisrdid-hot ibclude gasoline tax v&ich^deppndiqg'oii  where you live���took ��o0i 22 to 33 cents out-of every dollar  you spent for standard'f wdc gasoline. ��� ���  * y,    ' m ' ,  TO REPLACE worn out equipment .and, ..to "make sure that  we can supply your needs in the future took 3.59 cents.  DIVIDENDS paid to shareholders for use of plants and equi|>  ment amounted tq 3.45 cents.   . <���'    ,,  IMPERIAL   OIL   LIMITED

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