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 Authorized as Second  Class Mail, Post Office  Department,   Ottawa"  "FRxyvij^^  >i/~VA-  Published hy The: Coast (News, Gibsons, B.C.     Vol. 4 - 71   ,;.    Thursday May 31 1951      5c per copy, $2.00 per year by mail.  Juniors Have  GIBSONS. ���-. <jonfce*t was  cojnbined with sale Ztif work  at a ,recenj; ;;meefingf ;lin the  United phurchillall under auspices of the Junioiv Xpipir and  Junior W.A. :. . P%y  Mrs. R- Vernon san& during  ..the    gathering   whiclf^ high-  unare  Sechelt  ea at  ports Day  and oldsters mixed it when this  sports day in conjunction with  flighted  a   sale   of  and  DAVID SCHULTZ, whov'rec^ntly arrived in Canada as an immigrant, stands beside : his great-grandfather GUSTAV O'HARA  iTAAFFE who.came to the new world one hundred years a-��o to  seek his fortune, and-found' it. Mr. Schultz. hooes he will be as  successful. His father and grandfather also came here as immigrants.    -������ .  One More M  On C  ar Terry  ove  Start  Mad  e  *  i ;    GIBSONS. ���Plans are well away on promoting of Ferry  Jay. Thevbnlyvthing missing is the date and the ferry itself.  /Work on the ;Horseshoe Bay  pharf is; due; to commence on  Con clay according to Sea Bus  in.es Manager George Frith,  he pile driver is now on lo-  itionias^are a number|pf creo-  made by the car ferry at Gam-  for  home :cboking; Two littje girls,  Miss Joanne Ritchey and Coral  Benn played a piaiid duet  which was apprecia^edjc  The choir- also ren<$|red selections during the Ipfternoon,  accompanist was .3!^sjj&;;' Atlee.  .Rev. H.J- Bevan Spoke ap-  preciately of the efforts put  behind, this first attempt of  the junior groups.,      Py  Park Clearing  Now Get Under Way  GIBSONS. ��� Slafhing of  / underbrush and organization of  supper - work partjes will  be the first moves in-.-clearing  the Kinsmen Park, according'  to Kin Chairman Tom Larson.  We are. going to;plan a  schedule tin der"* Reg ; Godf re v  which will include completing  the swings and teeter-totters  at the municipal .hall^he said.  Albeit plans,.for the main  park in the bay arevjiipt yet  complete it is known '-$h&- trees  nig��ht  bier   or   a!   feeder, service  both Gambier 'and"Keats."  \It is" known fhat E.S. Jones, .......   ...        ...   ,  ._._ ..     .  deputy   'minister    of     public    ^}}\-Ve.1(# UP y?��P ,����#$[ time'..     Setting,   according  to. pub  SECHELT. ���- Youngsters  community sponsored  a giant  crowning of the May Queen- Following is the list of event winners, the softball game between North Vancouver Olympics and  the C.Y.O. went against the locals to the tune of 6 points to 2.  -  " '    ~ : In the girl's race under six  years, Judy Bratm, first; Carol  Moorhouse, second; Joan  Walker, third. For the same  age group in boys, winners  were, Stephen Wheeler, first;  Micheal Moorhouse, second;  Ralph Butler, third.  Eight year old girls, Jean  Scott, first, Anne Lang, second;  Donna Dutz, third. Boys in the  same group were, Richard  Kub'o, firsit;; Ronnie Sim,  second; John Gordon, third;  The sack, race from 10 to 13  years of age went to David  Lucken, first; David Parrish,  second; Micheal Whitaker,  third; The. girls in the same  age group and event were led  by Carol Whipple, first; Irene  Tyson, second; Barbara Atine,  third; V-'. ������'  Boys -,11 years and under  sack race was won by Lome  Wygard, first; Roger Lucken,  second; Ivan Wood, third; The  men's three legged race was  won by Gerry Bilcik and Mike  Rabbitt- Girl's of 14 years, who  raced were led by Wendy  Smith, first; Margaret Power,  second;.Sundi Strosh.ein, third.  Coast Liberals  Back Phone Plea  SECHELT. ��� The whole  weight of the Coast Capilano  Liberal organization has moved  in behind getting a night operator for the telephone here. v  Sparked by Captain Andrew  Johnston,' the Liberal group  will make attempts through  James Sinclair, M.P. to have  the proposed gap in the night  staff filled, " in order that* we  can be assured of at least some  out service during the years  ahead".  .���, , _ ,��� i :   Talent Finals Are  Slated For June 15  June  s  GIBSONS,  been   set   as  amafuer talent in  compete for Peninsula  15  has  for  area to  honors.  nldife thPw^^  rf^v^ts.-V^v ������vy.-if��l-l:fVv:-.'���.";v,---;r,-   ^     ; , ^i : _. -,i: , ..'������-������.'���-�� :������������.--���r-        Sof nivspvpral vflflrsflffn t.nnrrt-       ^..   rr..n      t     a_t_���\l    ���i ���;,       - & '      ,       ,. ' ���   ,  ,  It is* believed delay in getting  amission to build a wharf at  orseshoe Bay will Jiave an  feet on the starting date of  e 48 car ferry, which .at one  ne was believed to'start June  I. '       Vi,.,  Mr. Frith points out*that all  tes   are   merely   guesswork.-  here, are .too  many factors  consider at this early siage,  h  us  to  come  out .\and   say,  (hen the ferry will start", he  id- ��� _    ,  ' '?  tAn, order dias been let with-  iglis  Transfer  for. piling  to  �� used  in  building the head  Id leads for the Gibsons end.  Ne   official  word   ti'as _bee��  ceived  on the application* of  ambier- Island  to  have ;calls  islands..  Elphinstone V.O.N.  Starts Money Drive  GIBSONS. ��� The Elphinstone Branch of the Victorian.  Order of Nurses has got off  to a good start with the animal  drive for funds.  One thousand letters bearing  5a picture .of Y<^ Nurse Miss"  Baker have been distributed  throughout the area, pointing  out the services supplied by  the nursing unit- A $4,000 budget is estimated for this; year.  The area will have to find $2500  of this amont. The remainder  comes from fees and grants.  set up several years ago;=tp promote sports and' aV;ball park  in this area, will haiid-over the  funds now remaining in the  bank according to several" of  the executive of that group,  here. ;" s  It is believed there is approximately $300 in the bank account which could be turned  over to Kinsmen:  still  ity Hall,, when talent chosen  from, the Sechelt, Gibsons and  Roberts Creek, PTA- sponsored  talent nights already finished,  will compete for top honors.  Special arrangements will be  made with regard to transportation, Mrs. Gray announced. Details will appear in later '  issues of this paper-  May Queen  Of Festivities  I  ��?  e <  ^4ay Day Successful  )ay Of Fun-Frolic  1     GIBSONS. ��� Sunshine and joy marked the annual Victoria  lay celebration held here and Sechelt on /May 24. ;;.,  Sports, parades, prizes and eats helped to complete" the s^c-  ^ssful day of fun enjoyed by the, two .communities. /:   -, ^ >"  Pender Harbour had its day  Sechelt New Store  Is  I merriment on May 23 "when  le pattern was-set with May-  ole Dancing and 'sports.1 ~"  Following ar.e the prize win-  ers at Gibsons;  Prettiest costume; prize went  o .Paddy   Smihu and   Leslie  Phomas dressed  as  tihe  two  ittle girls in blue, second prize  ent. to Barbara "Knowles who  as dressed as a queen. Most  omical costume prizes went to  eddy  Knowles   busy   scaring  rows.Nhis attire was realistic  liid worthy of even big crows  isi! was i second  prize   winner^  Billy Nickson who also 'spent  bis -iime frightening the black  birds.  '  Most original costume .prize  went to little Linda and Marc  Goostrey who were the little  bumble bees. Second prize went ���..  to  the old  lady who lived a  shoe, led' by Timmy Fern; and  included   quite   a  company  of  "<uyoungsters"^ So many were  good that:1 judges Cliff Gray,.  Mrs, J. ' Stewart and John;  Bunyan had to issme^two-second  ���prizes,- the klatter went to Linda  Kullander as a gypsy. :,p,.,.  Honors in  the best dresse^i-.  coupled .eyc^nt ��� w.^nt   t^> .Lilian ,.  Larson and Johnny Smith who  were the baby, blushing bride:  and groom. '     >     0 yyy'^y  Bicycle prizes were awar&'ecl -  to Eddie Anderson and M^h^L:-'  Thomjas who joinedH'bgether to  get' two firsts out of J^.deaLy  two seconds \vere "also"awarded"  and    they    went    to ; DaryL;  Steinbrunner and Eddie Davies.  ~The"oiie and'only wagon pfize  went, to Micheal McCartney;  who entered with a gaily decorated Vehicle. 6  ���*~* ^EQHMiM^p^.. bit of myst-  ^ery :%tir'rpuri|^ tjfie   new  store  being built^nexi;fo^ie Catholic  Churchir   ,#  SECHELT. ��� May Day parade in this community was one  vof. the-best in its history; ��    . '  ^Winners of the best turned out floats were, Selma Park,  first; Wilson Creek, second; and Sechelt Motor Transport, third.  . Judge of quality was E.E, Coe who also acted as parade  marshal-  Hit of-the day was the cadet  group, from H-M.C.S. Lonsdale:  addihg^a spark of the nautical  to this  seaside; resort.. p *    .  ;    The'boys^ Were   resplendent  ;and smart in their navy^;-uiii-  jf orms;'A^guard of'honor a^ph-r.  Ided; Her ,- Majesty, May Queen  ���Marie Golarup while selec^joriiT  were- rendered  by  the   bugj^e  ^band^of the unit..  ;.:;/^3Vru;sieai;*;manoeuyers by the  ^balidAwas one of the highlights  of; the; d ay -and brought well  jdeseiry^.;Grounds;��� of applause  "from thev appreciative audience.  y This is:the second time cadets  c;itr^  ^ have  ai|eiiiie4 ��� ji^y Day ceremonies  ;-in;:Secheit^:. Many of the boys  were members of the band and  vun^it; last '.yejar, and are already  g-uessink' they v>yill accept the  ;sur^v;t.pL;be ;pi*o|f eted^invi tation  ^.ex|;year.;' "  M^tjexof Ceremonies at the  Icrowning; ^Jfas^ Captadii Andrew,  |Jo!hi|ston while Board of Trade  * President ��Ken   Whitaker' and  P.TA. President Robert Cook  aittehded their'majesties of this  year and lastt  Mary Parker  was  the  resigning queen.  Larson, .second; Jack Walsh,  third; The sack race for girls  under 14 years of age was won  (Continued  on  page J4)  (SEE  MAY  DAY  SPORTS)  Great Performance  By Critchell Group  BY MRS.  D.  ERICKSON.  A LARGE, and  appreciatiA'e  audience     turned     ou't. . Iavo  weeks ago when a'-variety show-  was    staged    by ' the   'above  players- :    ������   ���'���  Two one-act plays, elocution  by the junior-'members ��*and ���'������  musical selections were included and the talent displayed  came as a great surprise to  those present- '-.j'  The group, mostly front the '  Wilson   Oeie'ik   district,   ha.ve.^  been working hard for several,  months under the-able leader-'- ���  ship  of  Mrs, .Hazel   Critchell,''  wh'o"is untiring, in 'her efforts  ���to   coach   and ��� encourage   this   ;  grou^p,' mostly-., newcomers  to  the   field    of    elqewtion,    and...  drama.  ' After an o-Ttenihg'address by  Wh��S#pro%cEW with; the. :^apj^; Andy Johnston, /the  .��kdjM .   ^o^orvf-V  Ari^;^;/   '  curtami was raised;on the open-  jhg  sketch- ''Ha��^  You  Had . ���  Your Operation?" This anm.s.-.  ing sketch  concerned  the  de- :..:  mands    of    a    spoilt    sociCity  jvoman who wanted an operation because all her friends had  had  one   and   was: admirably  ^  flayed -Oby   Phyllis   Si afford.  Visitors'_ ��� .tft.^.thei>pattiens   sickbed .-weres Betty McPeake who  ofrere'd to^J:ake- gbo;d  care  of  flae patients husband; an Irish  3ady  who  talked the   patient  down and  was a riot  of fun  portrayed by Jessie Rice.. Be.i  Hieks   as   the   "comforting"  patient who had gone through  four "'operations   and    was   n  ^masterpiece  of  charaeferiza   -  tion; Dinah, the colored maid,  (contmued  on pa^e  *)  CRITCHELL   GROUP)  i-  q uep||a||     Captain'     Andrew  Joh^^^, speaking f or his;wife,,  owner of the store now under  construction, ywas non-comhiit-  tal.     :' :   >''["P-"pP--v/v:-���  ���'T'mf hardly  in   a? position'  to fell youv>vvhat it is going to  be", he said '"All yon.can -say  is tlhat it is going to be-ra.:stoi:e;  that has long been needed in  this community and you' can  also'Vaddy* he grinped, "th^t  it is in turie with our unbounded faith in the area. Thats all  > j 2  The Coast News       Thursday May 31 1951  <Eke ��oast Jfews  Published every Thursday by The Coast News, Gibsons, B.C.,  Publishers, William Sutherland and Samuel Nutter.  A clean far.i.iy newspaper dedicated to furthering the truth and-all  community efforts.  Advertising rates may be had upon application to The Coast News,  Gibsons B.C.  Coadt  V lews (L*>ditorial5  So Parades, Please  THUMPING out of the past and looming,into the present is the  rumour that the Pacific Coast Militia Rangers may again  live and parade-  We are somewhat sorry to hear that, as it is very doubtful if  the.very worthy and loyal PCMRs could live as a parading saluting and manouvering unit at the moment.  Canada is not too willing to go to war. Her soldier sons are  hardly fighting each other to get into the barracks and until the  heat of war is actually fann ing our cheeks, as it did in 1939, it  will be very difficult for the authorities to enroll a non paying,  non clothed group such as the Rangers.      . " ,  Canada's fightin or active army is not too big at the moment  and the reserve army is even less imposing, so what chance the  PCMRs would 'have, must of necessity be less than that of the'  soldiers who get paid for parades and are in line for uniforms,  arms and ammunition in quantities always denied to the part time  Rangers.  We believe the Rangers may again come into their own but  not for some time yet. The heat has to be on before we can expe.ct  men to do what the Rangers did. It would be bad for local .organizations .to try and "reactivate the. PCMRs now. Their failure  would undoubtedly reflect to the discredit of the unit which  would affeqt later enrollment when,-and if, such is needed.  It's a case of"being too soon. .   '      v  Money U The Root  THE JIG WE SOUND Farmer's Institute Fair is drawing closer  every day and with it more and bigger headaches for the  controlling committee. ^ ' asj  Money, as always, seems to be the root of the trouble.    .    .''  The farmers are faced with increasing the cash prizes demanded by exhibitors and with doling out more money than usual  for everything they need to buy. Prices have a way of increasing  as the farmers well know and the increased costs can infiltrate  into the most worthwhile and harmless venture or program.  L c.al merchants, upon whom falls the brunt of every public  endeavour, have just about been drained dry.  It seems that this year has been a bad year for donations. The  local cssh register has been tapped to a greater extent than ever  befo?v and it looks as if it is going to be tapped some more.  This is hardly the fault of the merchants, yet it is hardly the  fault -of these good people who are promoting so many worthwhile and public benefiting'programs. ;  There is one irrevocable law that must be remembered by all  who -have a yen to dip at the well of merchants and that is, it is'  impossible to continually haul out bucketfuls of .money from the  well which^is being fed spoonfuls.  The merchants, in self defence just have,to say, ''no''-.  ���We sincerely hope'that all concerned withhold that "no"  whe'r ittcomes to donating to the. Farmer's Fair.  That is one gathering doing more good for Gibsons and ���  district, its ego and its collective purse strings than any other.  !f there is a spare dollar at the bottom of the barrel, we-suggest it be dug up for tlie Farmer's Fair. The two day holiday with  its display of nature's arid man's ingenuity and prolificy is/well  worth attending and studying. ./.,-.  The Farmer's Fair is good for ii�� and the community- Give,  to help them to eventually help us.-  Flowers'for All Occasions  PHONE: GIBSONS 76W  v Mrs B. Nestman  Ii^mDtATE' SERVIGfi  Him Chained  ���   \  Reader's Right  YETTA'S BOY FRIEND  Sir, Happy Editor.  CONGRATULATIONS for  baby girl. Soon she grow big  like Yetta,* get boyfriend. Boyfriend come take Yetta . out,  Yetta say she got . put on  sweater'. I say "why you wear  so tight sweater?" She say I  got two good reason, and they  real not falsy. I don't know  what mean, maybe you know.  Boyfriend say, woman want  collect me for victory nur^e.  ~Why I pay? In winter is play,  I pay,dollar for me and Yetta.  Soon comes* concert, cost me  nother dollar- Why I- give  more?"  I say "is play worth dollar?  You bet- Is concert worth  dollajr? Lots of people hear  already, say is best concert  ever. Then you get value for  money, you just buy good  time^ you not give-nothing "yet.  Don't you want give for help  sick folks, maybe take care of  Yetta when she sick? He say  that  right,  nextUime.I   see  collect   woman,   I   give.   Give  always make ,good feeling; in-'  side, Hppe you got good feel-"  ing inside too, sir editor. '  Mikel Blok.  ���I*lilt^��  .& ���Tf-'  for logging  SCHRAMM  Air Compressors.    > r'  NORTHWEST  Shovels and Cranes.  EIMCQ  Rocker Shovels.  MINING AND CONSTRUCTION  v. Put more tools on the.job ���  specify SCHRAMM Tractor-  Compressors or towing type  models. Capacities 60 ���- 600  :��� C;I*:M; v     .'  \*,  Dependable ;.loa^|A Zqi  sand, rock and gravS tor      -  min^ or.. Jcpnt^  Speed,. 'j^^^^^0fui^yPZf r;  at Iwr^lq^;^^^ SS^rr SSl v-"' ��� i  $W       P  . "���'--"��� <y i.-v-- ';    : -'-v j-   ���;     V -  Fast operation, high output,  with'easy upkeep, are features  of these rugged shovels, cranes,  draglines and pullshovels,  Exclusive Agents for British Colu&fcia,  1941 GRADUATES  EDITOR THE Nil) WS.  SIR.  ATTENTION 1941 graduates  from Gibsons High School.  This is a remind notice, no, it  is not a money dunner for once,  just a notice to think back  10 years. Wherever you are today, could you drop a line to  The Coast News and let us  know if those dreams of former  years have come true, in part  at least. ���  Is it possible that you could  have a class reunion?     '        ���  The writer remembers in  1941 all the youngsters planning ahead those ten years. It  seemed a Jong time to look  forward to then but now that  jtJbas gone_ it seemsVjiist a'meje,.  flash of time.  We are interested in hearing  from all of you.  Mother of a 1941 Graduate-  ROYAL NAVY NM  DEMERARA    RUf1  *-'.,/���">��� ��� -"-   - -1 -  This advertisement is not published or display  by the Liquor Control Board or by the Govj/j  ment of British Columbia.  ,v^-*-p.**,.,---.  m m WIMC LTD.  [ziMJSeMrefc Dealers,  r   -?������>    . '. ,���*���:<.,���'-ft'   .-' '..iV ?.t  1383 Hernby Street  %f -,.��* '���������'  :  Vancouvar, B.�� C.  TA��f��w 1364  CHAMPION & WHITE LIMITED  PAcific 6533  PAcific 9171  WEEKLY SCOW SERVICE  CABS, TRUCKS, CATS AND EQUIPMENT  Leave Vancouver  Arrive Gibsons  Leave Gibsons  Arrive -Vancouver,  Saturdays 9 a.m.  Saturdays 1p.m.  Saturdays, 5 p.m.  Sundays 9 a.m.  ���-5?,-ft"  0ffiSONS,B.e  For Information Phone Mr..Ed. Turner - Gibsons 68J     $  ,^***-  ���u  N ;i*s3S56S55sfci.iS  9g5ii&&  w$m  mm,  I  8  H  1  I  'I-  Mi LOWE, DENTIST  m  1.  w,  WILLRESUME PRACTISE  at- his'. ������   ,  Roberts Creek Office Phone 20 H2  i  51iPVD-A  I  t  Optical illusions prove you can't always trust your eyes.     \  When it conies to paint, your eyes can fool you badly.  Any paint looks good when you first apply it. But how  will it look in five years . . . yes, even one year?  C-I-L PAINTS have beauty  you can gee, quality you can  trust. You c^^de^pTd;^;^ejijhy:'  for the high hiding qualities,  the enduring��� resistance to^wear-  and weather, which make youf'  paint dollars go farther.  MiMlS  Whenever you paint, it pays to see your  C-'I?JL Paint Dealer first.  GIBSONS  BUILDING   SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 53  TRUST YOUR C-I-L PAINT DEALER  ,    BURNS & JAGKSON  1 SAWMILL  SEE US FOR ALL YOUR LUMBER NEEDS  Phone 15 M 2 Wilson Creek  aro  asses  Thursday May 31 1951       The Coast News  Suddenly last Week  PENDER   HARBOUR    ���  Death claimed  a pioneer citizen last-week in the person of  Harold Wray who died suddenly. .  Burial was in Pender liar;  hour, May 16 with pall bearers,  Leonard Wray, Tiffy Wray,  Ted Wray, Oliver Dubois and  .- the Jeffries brothers. /  v Service was ccnductedJn St.  Mary's 'Chapel by Reverend  H.U. Oswald who spoke of the  early days when the "deceased  had done so much for his community. '-.'.. ".  He leaves to mourn, his wife  -Laura, four sisters, three brothers, and his mother,_^rjopular  Granny Wray aged-9Ii^ears-  A mass of flowers pfpm sorrowing friends testified', to the  esteem in which the;-pate Mr.  Wray -was* held.  Launch     Engines  BRIGGS ��� STRATTON INB0AR33  EVINRUDE OUTBOAEiDS  cnry prices  GIBSONS MARINE SALES  Adjoining Hills Machine Shop  PHONE GIBSONS 54  WSM  Place Names  . LAST instalment  cal place names  interest.  of- histor'i-  vof    local  ALMOST in a line^between  Daeres Point and Egmont  ..Point,'a tiny' island-" marked  Miller Islet. Captain.Ralph N.  Miller was in charge of the  "Captain" 74 which bore the  broad pennant of Commodoi-3  Horatio Nelson at the Battle  of Cape" St. Vincent.  EGMONT POINT, on the  mainland.. The ''Egmont'' Avas  a 74 gun ship -' of - the - line  which distinguished herself at  the Battle.of Cape St, Vincent.  At the north end of Agamemnon Qliannel we find NILE  POINT which name needs no  further notice. ;    w  One -question- -is raised- by  THUNDER-BOINT andvnearbv  THUNDER BAY oir the west  shore of Jervis Inlet. Thunder  as generally understood, is not  a very frequent occurrence in,  the salubrious climate of the  B.C. Banana Belt ��� but there  was.a very famous British 74-  the.' ^Thunderer'' which served  under Nelson and added to her  name at Trafalgar. Is ii ���un-  rea'soiiable to suppose . that  ''Thunderer'' could and would,  be rapidly shortened tot''Thunder'.'- in our- climate s v  . Now, * all the  above nanies  are .reminiscent of the --/after  guard", of "gold braid and ap-  . aulettes. Let us close with the  name of -a common British seaman '"- William Fearney^ commemorated    by     FEARNEY  POINT?- Nelson  Island; ;jat - the  southern   entrance ��� to" "Agia-  meialllQll'',, too,  but,- after  the  Battle .of-Cape  St.  Vincent,  then. a", member of the' "Cap-'  tain's" crew,.he stood  alongside, 'his- commanderv''On^4he*^  deck  of a .Spanish  first   r^tte'  ship -of ~ the - line, the '/.Sap  Josef "receiving from Nelson,  the swords of the Spanish of-  f ic^ers,' as, .one  by  one,  they  were  presented  to  the^-Qfthi-  scarred-' clldP^r;.^^^^^^  trophys; under, M|v;aTm^:a|?|h^^  received! theih; :-as'; uncohcern^  edly a&lif he were^;eollec^m^i-a:���>  bundle 'of old walking sticky v  References: "^5Ehe    British :  Navy'---by ErnesfeProtheroe.    ���  ���   *' The .Life of Horatio Lord  Nelson' C Ifey Robert  Southey,  GIBSONS SCOW  *��  MOVING JOBS  LOGGING EQUIPMENT  HEAVY FREIGHT  Leaves Gibsons Every Tuesday Evening  Arrives Excelsior Paper Dock 95 East 1st Ave. Wednesday Morning  Leaves Vancouver, Wednesday Evening  Arrives at Gibsons Thursday Morning  Phone Gibsons 50  Phone Gibsons 53  ANNOUNCEMENT  JOE'S TAXI  Is now being operated by James Sehutz who will  endeavour to give service plus consideration for the  needs of the public. New name for the tax* will be  JIM'S   TAXI  Phone Gibsons 58  THE SHORTEST SAFEST DISTANCE BETWEEN  TWO POINTS-  I  I  1  M  I  1  1  1  JIM'S TAXI  WE^SM^M  I  M  B  d Prof<  usmess and frotessiona  RECTOR  i  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  Plumbing  and   Electrical '  Supplies,   Fixtures,.  Service  Sechelt Building  Suppies  Phone   60  PLUMBING and HEATING  Reliable Electrical Repairs  Appliances,   Fixtures, .Radios  WashingMachines  Everything   Electrical  Gibsons Electric  Phone   45  FLORIfiT "~���  I  Sunset  Hardware  ^.GIBSONS  Registered     Plumbers  PLUMBING"'  Saleb   cum    Con i rae tig  Flowers   for   all   occasions  We   are   agents   for   large  Vancouver flerists  Fast   service   for   weddings  and  funerals  Jack Mayne  Phone   Sechelt   24     or   write  P.O.   Box   28  |  Plumbing,  Heating   and  Supplies.  Jack Marshall  Gibsons B.C.  Phone Gibsons 104 or 33 1  REAL ESTATE  GIFT STORE  John   Coleridge  Agencies  Gibsons   and   District's   Only  Full Time  Real Estate  Agent  Phone Gibsons 37  Headquarters  for  Wool,  Notions-Cards,   Toys,  Miscellaneous Gifts  Gibsons  5-10-15 Store  Left of Post Office  ��� Gibsons^ B.C.  TAXI  i,���������l��    ��#���!...    .'  HARDWARE  KNOWLES  SERVICE"  HARDWARE        -  Phone 33 Gibsons B.C.  Builder's Harchvare     ^,  -���    Paint.  Plumbing  Appliances  Complete   Installation   ,v  : Maintenance- Service  -���;.'"-. DELIVERIES - ���  s   '   TO ALL  POINTS  '"*. ;  MACHINISTS  Peninsula     Cabs  _ i ir: ur  Service  2   Phones   --' 2   Cabs  WILSON "CREEK   and  SELMA   PARK  Phone Sechelt 66  Taxi Sir ?  i-  call  BILL HUNTER  Sechelt  48  TRANSFERS-TRUCKS  Hills Machine Shop f:  .   Mobilized Welding   ;V;  Welding   anywhere   .-anytime  Expert Tradesmen  . Precision  Machinists  Phone 54 Res. 58  Hansen Transfer  GENERAL  CARTAGE  .-'"..' i  Phone   Sechelt  28  Sechelt,  B.C. The Coast News       Thursday May 31 1951  ���i:i:NKING ABOUT HOME IMPROVEMENT  This i^  are geti":"  paint jobv.  and stria '  ments tb<���  Look Into a B of M Loan  For This Special Purpose  the time ofl the year when people and communities  ready for the spring clean-up. It's the time^for new  new decoration" schemes, important repairs to roof  ire. Most householders have a long list of improve-  would like to see in their homes, .and so have their  wives, 1b "king perhaps of the kitchen and laundry-room.  It isr 't always, easy, however, to find immediately the ready  money yru need for these improvements, even though you can  met-t the- ost comfortably out of\annual income. And if that's  your prcblem, Tom Larson, manage of the B of M branch at  Gibsons, suggests it's worth thinking about a Bft of M loan for  home improvement. You'll save on your bills by paying cash, and  you'll sn"p yourself trouble by' dealing with all your repair.bills  at once- Such a B of M loan for home improvement is repayable  in easy instalmemts, and the interest rate is agreeably moderate.  It come to only 27 cents a month on a loan of $100 repaid over  twelve months. So call on Mr, Larson tomorrow, and get your  spring clean-up away to a good start.     Tasella Shop  Phone Sechelt 43  We Have a  Complete Summer Stock  LADIES, GIRLS, MISSES, DRESSES  CALL AND TRY ON YOUB DRESS  You Never Need Gamble Whm. You Deal With Us  Everyone Screams^...  Our s Is Best  WE CLAIM  To have just darned good equipment and know how to  help you over/ any problems you face in building a house,  a shed, a garage or just adding a nook to your home.  WE EVEN PLAN PAYMENTS FOR YOU  Ovr budget system is backed by a large insurance concern  so yoh;need not worry. Come in and; chew, the rag about  your building worries. tVe can help with lumber'and  ^rrdware or we can, and will give you advice that has  stood the test of many years in the business. Its a friendly  store is the  Sechelt Building Supplies  Phone Sechelt 60  Pre Summer Sale  from JCN17   JME|6  MONAMEL MARINE HOUSE PAINTS  u       And All Paint, Odd Linea y  Closing out at  *...* %.���:>&'���  fc  Washing  .���ViOT  tell  's  t  A-  I  ��� -v f-  SI  ;s  Phone Gibsons 32  feJ.'.a.��if��STi,  v'yy^yy^  Pender Harbour  BY SARAL.  MR.S.ROSE is a patient'in  St. Mary's Hospital, while J.  Shairp has been confined to  bed with illness as has P.  Thomas.  Mrs.. Donald Cameron spent  a few > says in Vancouver and  is how staying for a short time  at Madeira Park School.  Mrs- Dan and Peggy Cameron  arrived last Tuesday from Vancouver.  Seeing is believing and  watching the progress now  taking place at the Madeira  Park School should make even  the doubting Thomas's t^n'e  notice. Our children will be  able to go to a good school with  all tlie modern conveniences  and no more pf those horrible  or/door affairs. I hear that  Gibsons is going to have a.  Perry. Day but we should have  some sort' of celebration when  they Open the school here.  -*-r  ���$-  ;  West Sechelt  BY MARGARET ALLAN  MR.AND MRS- Myers went  to town for a few days. Mr.  Murdoch is up to open the  summer; cottage, and is coming  up for holidays later. We were  all pleased to read Earl Gray's  article in the Vancouver Sun.  It goes to show that the country  schools are not as backward  as we thought. In review,  .(nearly., o|Tl' the chrMi��en that  have been educated here are  doing* <well. What they lacked  in frills they have gained in  initiative to forge for v themselves, delinquency is nil.  A lot of people are not  aquain'ted with the wood tick-  Don't pick them out right  away, dab them with gasoline,  coal-oil, or turps, wait till they  are good and stiff then take  them out with the fingers.  , Some-times the head is. left  inside, whenv that happens get  to the doctor at once, forU hey  are bad characters, the wood  ticks, j mean.  MAY DAY SPORTS  ������     (Continued'-'from page 1)  by two, Diane McColl and Joy  Scott; with Suridi Stroshein,  second; *-���   ���  Girisyof 14 and over went  to Wendy Smith, first; Arleno  Hic&sr second; Betty Pratt,  third/Boys of 14, and over-wa,s  won "by the new barrister,  Earl 4 Dawe, John Clayton,  second; Barry Bilcik, thircl.  In theit own classes^ winners  included, Ruth Lumsden, Anne  Gordon, Carol Parrish, Mrs.  King, Roger Lucken and  Duggte Dutz, Wendy Smith  and a^oy Scott, David Lucken  and Teddy Scott.  Prizes for the small fry went  to David Parrish with hia.de-  corateod   bicycle,  Myrna   Stroshein'^won ,a  prize  with  her  mink entry while Barbara and  I Irene .^Vson were awarded a-  x;pri^jas bride and groom. *-  ���Among the ' committee  who  t^orkefi so long and  hard  to  make "the sports Wd *May Day  a    success   were    Mrs.    Jack  Redman, general convenor and  v;Mrs-��� .��!.MacKenzie^ eo conven-  ior,. t��^e"gi6^vW.)A.^a8 convened by "Mrs. W. Berry who  catered J to, the Cadet Band.  /Selma     Park     Community  -Centre,   was   aided   by- Mrs.  Gordon  Dalzell while  Wilson  'Creek  contingent was  under  '.Mrs. ,X  McNutt- Ray  Deacon  and Dr. D.T.R'. McColl handled  the Legion men's quota while  ken Whitaker was front man,  for thk Board' of Trade. Indian  Residential  School  contingent  was handled by School Principal   Father   L.   Vjney   while  Qaptain.     Andrew     Johnston  yfiandled M-C. duties- -  Dr. McColl topped the day  by winning the money prize  at the door of the danee which  ended the program.  ���>*?��  aroer supplies & ausones  CUTLERY  POCKET KNIVES  LEATHER GOODS  64 WEST HASTINGS PHONE PA 4033  Vancouver-B.C.        I  eet Your Friends  At The  Waldorf   Hotel  1489 Hastings East ��� Vancouver ��� Phone HA 0092  Reliable TraDsprtation  1937 PLYMOUTH  Good Rubber. Fair Motor. Good Booly  Four Door Sedan      A Good Buy $450  TRUCK HOIST complete with power takeoff and pump.  This is a COMPLETE HOIST in good working order  and you can walk away with it for $50  Paint Spraying Outfit COMPIiETE with 50 feet of hose  and good working gun. ready to go $65  A REAL BARGAIN FOR CON VERSION TO BO AT  1931 CHRYSLER '6'  1929 CHEVROLET      EACH     $50*  mobile wm^  GHUdF^SMOT  PHONE SECHELT 54W  ���-$  Report Tfir0fop^ii  lyzzy-y*  &m .-.. - ki��; 'V  0     f�� iff     ^yg~':J0 ���[;^'':j!$Py-%Z';'-':w  Sechelt Legion Hall  t,  nut  8 pm    under auspices  X  4  ���/���-  V ���  Sechelt Liberal Association %  Buaeg and Taxi's Leave Roberts Creek and West Sechelt  at 7-30  p,m,        ,, - ^ . '  *       +fe~k ****  - ^-* j  17  -,%  i^  A Good Selection of PEAK FR^AN Biawn'.tg in Fancy Tins  NABOB D��Luie Tea Bags P^ 125* '       $1.27  NABOB Green Label Tea 1��    '   ���' 99^  NABOB Coffee ' 1��      $1.02  NICKEL PLATED FAUCET SOAP DISHES  - DecH Scmbe in Stock Now  PICNIC PAPER PLATES, CUP3,etc. NOW IN STOCK  SIRLOIN STEAX or Boast "B" Good  ^  th  }4  i  T BONK STfiAi: or ��ofc$t "B" Good  OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY  YOUR BED AND WHITE 3T0SK  98^  98^  Si  ft  * t *-A~ _-��  efferal Store  Phone Sechelt 18     -  W ������(..'.  -'I LEGAL .  "FOREST  ACT"  (Section 33)-  Notice of Application for Forest  Management Licence  In Land Recording District New  Westminster and situated in the  vicinity of Roberts Creek B.C.  Take, notice that the Burns and  Jackson Logging Company Ltd. has  applied for a Forest Management  Licence covering lands held by the  applicant, together with certain  Crown Lands not already alienated-  Within the following area.  Commencing   at   the  north-east  corner of Lot 3373, Group 1, New  Westminster.Land District, situated  approximately   5   miles  northerly  from  Roberts  Creek  ?ost-Office:  thence southerly to the south-east  corner of said Lot 3373; thence westerly along the.northerly boundaries  of Lots 3470, 2S55, 3837. and 4219, to  the north-west-corner of said Lot  4219;   thence .southerly, along   the  westerly boundaries of Lots 4219 and  3553   to  the south-west corner  of  said Lot 3553; thence easterly along  the; southerly  boundaries   of  Lots  t 3553  and   3552   to   the  north-west  corner of Lot 4499; thence southerly  along   the  westerly   boundaries  of  Lots   4499,   4492   and   4491   to   the  south-west corner of said Lot 4491;  thence easterly along the southerly  boundaries of Lots 4491  and 4490  to the. south-east corner of said Lot  4490; thence southerly to the southwest corner of Lot 4486,; and continuing   southerly   in    the.   same  straight line to a point due west  of  the south-west  corner  of  Lot  3723;  thence east to said "corner;  thence  easterly to the south-east  corner of said hot 3723; thence due  east to  the westerly  boundary  of  Lot Z 2913     (T.L.3715-P);     thence  southerly along the westerly bound-<  ary of" said Lot 2913 a distance of .  10 chains; ttifence due east to the  westerly-���- boundary    of   Lot   2915  (T.L.3716-P); thence northerly and  easterly  along   the   westerly -and  northerly boundaries of - sajd   Hot  2915 to the south-east corner of Lot  2368 (T.L.5872-P); thence northerly  to the north-east corner .thereof;  thence north-westerly in a straight  line  to  the  south-west  corner  of  S.T.L. 31129; thence northerly alonfe  the westerly boundaries of S.TL's  31129 and 31128 to the north-east  corner  of Lot 2427   (T.L.12712-P);  thence westerly to the north-west  corner thereof; thence due north to  the westerly boundary of the watershed    of   McNair   Creek;    thence  northerly    along    said     westerly  boundary to the easterly boundary  of   the   watershed    of    Chapman  Creek;   thence   northerly,  westerly  and southerly  along  the  easterly,  northerly and westerly boundaries  of   the   watersheds   of   Chapman  Creek to'the easterly boundary of  Lot 3008 (T.L.3731-P); thence southerly to. the south-east corner thereof, and continuing southerly in the  same ^straight line to the northerly  boundary of Lot 2461; thence easterly along the northerly, boundaries  of Lots 2461 and 2462 to the most  northerly north-east corner of said  Lot. 2462;    thence   southerly   and  easterly   a3ong   the   easterly   and  northerly  boundaries   of  said  Lot  2462  to the  north-west corner of  Lot 3374; thence easterly along the  northerly boundaries of Lots 3374  3373 to the north  east  corner of  said Lot 3373, being the point of  commencement.  Dated May 24,1951  Burns and Jackson Logging Co. Ltd.  Any submissions in respect to the  above application must be in  writing. Not less-than sixty days  . after the date, of first publication  of this "Notice of Application" in  the ^British Columbia Gazette, .the  Minister of Lands and Forests may  make final disposal of the application and, therefore, to 'insure  consideration, submissions should be  received by the Deputy Minister of  Forests wfthin that period. However*  equal consideration wjll be accorded  to all submissions received at any  time prior to final disposal.  Submissions should be addressed to:  Deputy Minister of Forests,  Department of Lands and Forests,  Parliament  Buildings,  Victoria B.C.  The Coast News  CLAJTiriED  AIVTI TI/INC  3 Lines (15  words) for 35c 3  Insertions (same ad)  75c  Extra  words,  above. 15-word   min.  2c   each  ���  Cash   with  order  Notices-,   Engagements,   Marriagres,   Deaths,   etc..   75c   insertion  MTTLE;ABS'.,.-. BIG RESULTS  >1 ���  LISTINGS WANTED, v  JD $N COLERIDGE7 %|encies  real estate Keehcetr anWcbdh^  ded agents (tJonnectio&vwith  HA. Roberts Ltd.) LisJ&gs  req uired, attractive to Retired  couples^ Contact pur offfeeVor  Coa st.' $em; J^ice^ ':'��� :: % Pppi ���,  WE HAVE a wide range of  battery, radios from $10 to $50.  See them  on-^i^play  $$ our  - sitorev We accept trade *ini&i  *.  LPi"  REAL ESTATE listings    ..  tea1;; ..Gibsons to .^ehdet  Harbonr. H.B, Gordon B^x 11  Sechelt Phone Sechelt  ft-i-  '���h n.  RAW FURS  SHIP MUSKRATS  AND ���  OTHER PURS ��� QUICK!  Don?t hold 7'it's unwise; toxoid Furs, because next Winter  thely would  be  regarded" as  OLD   and   worth   much   less.  "SHUBERT" stilKpaying UP  MUSKRATS,  and  HIGHEST  TO   $4;50-rfor\<;TOP    grade  prices   for 7 oilier   Furs.   Ship  every    sKin    you    have    to  "SHUBERT" where you are'  . assiirved   .Highest    available  prices, MORE we oelieve than  you can, get locally or.ANYWHERE.   .Send    a    shipment  soon - HURRY!   Dept.  196r  A.B.   SHUBEiRT   CO..  Winnipeg. /Ship   to   VANCOUVER  Receiving  Oflifce.  LOST "    ' " 7  10 ft-  clinker  built  rowboat,  has motor sea�� painted white,  brown varnish^rim.* Lost from  Jn$an7 Reserve, Gibsons.'' J.H. '  Atkinson Gibsons'. *' 72  USE'T^B COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  -$-  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   ail  superfluous hair. Saca - pelq  .contains no drug or chemical,  and can be applied easily.in  ��� [ the privacy of your own homtM  or in      '" "'''Z'ZiP,:       :-  LOR-BEER  LABORATORIES  '. 07^ -Granville �����t. Vancouver,-  B.C7     ' -  TORSmE'  FOR SALE one work horse,'  Some harness, one Villier  Power Saw. Apply S. Tyson,  Wilson Creek. '71  , FOR SALE Sturdy 18 ft.X6~ft  utility runabout professionally  built two years ago, seats ten,  with storage .space, large gas  tank under seat; ten H.P. Onan  , engine, windshield, a good sea  boat. For further information  write R.W. 'Poole ,Dundarave  P.O. West Vancouver. 71  FOR SALfo At Pender Harbor  7���40 ft. lots with lave,room  house, bathroom, pantry, and  utility room, running; water..  Apply Mrs. Mae Reid, Pender  Harbour. 71  ,FOR SALE. _K4eittd^ter-3maU,  hoft��e  ,   one   acre, "good  s'oil,  creek.   -Reasonable. ��*Mrs.    C.  Harper. *'   "  The Date Pad  Superfluity  Sale,    Anglican  Hall,     Gibsons,;    Wednesday,  June 6, sponsored by the W.A.  to  St.  Bartholomew's Church.  The Choraliers," sponsored by  ^Headlands VON at the Legion  Hall, Gibsons, June 6 at 8,pm.  June     15,     Roberts Creek  Hall,  Amafcuer�� Talent Night  �� Finals.   Transportation to "be  arranged later.  Monthly Meeting, Gibsons  Ratepayer's Association, in the  Church Hall, June 7, 8 p.m-  Quarterly meeting of the  Associated Boards of Trade to  be held ' in/ Sechelt Inn,Wed-  ��� nesday, June 6. this corrects  a wrong date previously published as June 16. The proper  date, June 6.  Thursday May 31 1951      The Coast News  5  CRITCHELL GROUP  (Continued from page 1)  well played >by\iMaude Kraft.  Nurse in charge, Louise May-  wood and student nurse  Gilliana McLeod did splendid  work but in spite of this the  patient dashed behind the  screen and made" a hasty exit  to keep a luncheon date clad  in green and, gold louning pyjamas topped by a smart black  that.       .. ���     -  Intermission music was supplied by the 4 Wilson Creek  Orchestra, whose members are,  Mrs. T. Turner, piano, Jack  M��Leod and -Curtly Lucken,  violins, and Doug Frere, ac-  cordian. The junior members  were presented in recitations  and readings in the following  order: Patsy McDonald, Arlene  McLeod, Sundi > Stroshein,  Sharon Keeley and Sharolynne  May wood- Daintily attired  these young lad'iei? wlere. alt  very good and a credit to  their teacher., '���'  '' Jack : Jarvis, "fjbrmerly of  Roberts Creek, and now residing in Sechelt ywltli 'Kis comic  banjo numebers and stories amused the.audience then led*all  in popular songs,  Two, clever  monologues  by  Hazel Critchell made a  great  hit, a highlight in .finish and  delivery by an artist, with many  years experienced and holder of .  many diplomas and awards including  the "A.T:C.'L. J(Eng.)  After more intermission music  ���   the next play was, presented.,  ���'The  Courageous  One"  con-  ,,. sidered one of the finest short  plays of its kind,, was the-story  of a condemned^ man, who refused to reveal his real identity  in order to ^protect his family.  John Brovyning^as^lhe warden,  '-. gave an exellentrr pbrtrayal- F.  -jMutter, the prison padre, had  us all convinced^he^-had missed  '^JKis^-calling altiioiigh 'he could  i not'Vprevaii''..i^it".'^^. prisoner,  'Charles- Maywbo^vt5\ change  Ijijs "mind!' Phylfis^ Stafford, as  ^thb girl visitor, thinking he was  fhev missing "brother'fore* it our  eniotions with her last minute  .appeal to the man she is convinced was her brother. Charles  Mavwood   surprised "everyone  with   his   direct "^and   simple  acting.   Jail ' attendants |were  ably   portrayed " by ^'Chief"  Coldwell and'Jack^ewdal.  Presentation ofa.lovely bou- Z  quet was made by Mr< Andy  Johnston on behalf of the:W.A.  to the WC.C.C. for whose benefit the show wa��t presented.  A gift on behalf* of the players  was also made by Phyllis  Stafford to Mrs. Critchell.  Cantain Andy Jonstbn closed  the evening by*' thanking all  who (had assisted, especially  Ja ck Vhita ker. far excellent  lighting effects  - .Charet Bus Service was ex-  T^etlentT"   x  "God Save the .King"  bronerht to an end a very enjoyable evening.  ank-of Montreal  NEW BANKING HOURS  Gibsons  MONDAY FRIDAY INCLUSIVE  10 ��� 12.15 1.15 ��� 3 PM.  SATURDAY  9 ��� 11 P.M.  Sechelt  TUESDAYS  1�� -^ 12  TBTURSDAYS  L ��� 3 P.M.  I  Port    Mellon  EVERY FRIDAY  lO AM. ��� 3 P.M.  CONGRATULATIONS...  on the FERRY ,  Buckerfields Ltd  Dairy    Poultry Feed    Grain     Flour     Seed Fertilizer  Insecticides      Farm Machinery  Ft. Rogers, Vancouver B.C. Phone HA 5400  Sechelt Theatre  V5?  JOHN PAYNE MAUREEN O'HARA  '���.-������. ������������ in  "TRIPOLI"  Great Outdoor Adventure in Colotar  Monday June 4 7 and 9 p.m.  Tuesday June 5  8 p.m.  AT LAST  'KING SOLOMON'S MINES"  in technicolour  Greatest African Picture Ever  Thursday June 7 7-and 9 p.m.  Saturday June 9 7 and 9 p.m-  "DON'T MISS IT"  ESTHER WILLIAMS  VAN JOHNSON  in  S  "DUCHESS OF IDAHO"  Filmed in Sun Valley  Friday June 8        b       7 and 9 p.m.  Wednesday June 6 8 p,m,  O.K. Radio & Electrical Service  yj.'s^fa  arine   Radio  Supplies & Service  1420 West Pender.Street, Vancouver/ Phon* TA 1012  Write, Phone, or^ wfee For Further Information  Kanata Marine Ways LiRisted  Rslpf Boat Repair Specialists  F>. of Broughton, Vancouver B.C- Phone TA 3829  Write, Phone, or Wire For Further Infonnation  *t��Sfiaj��i*f The Coast News       Thursday  May 31 1951  igfe^iiissas&^is^seass^iis  ll  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.  For Sale  $2820 - $4500  J,A.  MAINIL  _ Gibsons, B.C.-   distinguished  product of the  BRITISH,;  COLUMBIA  piSTILLERY  Co. Ltd.  EXPORT  CANADIAN WHIJKY/  ��vo kOTTico tn id"*. -J '  m  1.  1  w  k&iaafa/t PfYtfidtf/d  rm  THf BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISlllllRV  CO.IID  HiW   WIStMINSTIt,   I.C.       ;;_  'V' '  '���"������.".������. , :: BCD-I-O-*-'-  'This advertisementV.V-;  :  is-not published or displayed", by.  the Liquor Controf Board or-by the  Government of British Columbia  rooiestis ���  SECHELT. ��� This community's Board of Trade dealt with  many problems during the monthly meeting held Monday in the  Sechelt. Inn.  An application will be made  to the Department of Transport  to   have   the   Gibsons   Phone  Office opened at seven in the  morning instead of the present  eight. It was pointed1 out tliat  many persons wishing to make  business   phone   calls   to   Vancouver had to wait until it was  too la��te in the morning.  An   invitation   will   be   sent  Bank Manager Tom Larson to  speak at the next dinner meeting of the group. It is hoped  to have Mr. ^Larson discuss the  subject   of  banking.  Closing   of   the   Sechelt   all  night telephone service seemed  forecast when the Board heard  that the present operator was  to the ruling of the telephone  getting married and, according  department, married women  are not allowed to work within .  the unit-  An approach will be made  Miss Kennedy, present superintendent in order to try and  iron onjt the difficulty. r.  The Board heard that the  flag, pole erected at the Ceno-.  ���tapii was donated by the Indian  reserve in commemoration of  it'lle Indian youths who died ���  during tlie last war.  We take pleasure in announcing that  ansier  ��  w  ft  Liquor Store Opens  to Public on Friday  GIBSONS The government liquor store will be open  Friday under temporary man-J<  agerslhip of Gerry Warren.  Fred Stenner will act.in the  capacity of temporary helper  until traffic should warrant a  full time-helper.  Hours, according to Regional  Building' Director F.F. Brown  will be weekdays from 9��� 12  noon, from 1���6 p.m.  This ends tbe long struggle  for am outlet on this Peninsula.  Boards of Trade from Pender  Harbour, Sechelt and Gibsons  have all fought"--for this store.  (Sechelt).  I  Has recently taken oyer the  Home 01  We will continue our HOME to home service of  all Home Oil Products;;  The Home Oil Agency had been part of the  Frank Yates-holdings. , . '        ;  FOR SERVICE, COURTESY AND PROMPT DELIVERY  ..'������*" y- Phone- Sechelt &:PyP'yP.  i  i  I  I  i  i  Gower   Gleanings  BY GYPSY TOWERS  MUCH     activity     around  Gower this week - taxi's rushing hither and Blither -��� daughter  Nell,   husband   and .three.  ���grandchildren  arriving at  the  Dj'kes, also another taxi with  the  roast   of  beef.   Son,   Bill,  and his family to the Marshall  home;,  visitors   to    the    J.D.  Smith's. Mrs. Hill entertaining  for   daughter   Emily,,  with   a.  Gallant a party to celebrate her  wedding."������anniversary,' didn't  find, out which  one, but wish  her many more. Party in her.  honor   also   at  Bonnie   Brook  Lodge. Sorry, to see her "leave.  She  js now winging her way  homeward to Carcross and her  husband .George, looking more,  vivacious   after   her  brief   sojourn in  this  peaceful  haven-  Saw   Pete Nicholson Tip   in  the&ir at.Jim^Bcaton?s: Lending  a neighborly hand to get the  hew roof in place. The Chaster  laundry not on the lin*e until.  Thursday - reason:  the  little,  .lady took ,a dashsto town.-. Mr';  Bevan  visiting  liis  delinquent  flock. Mrs.'Townsend, Jr..spending   a'   few   days   with   her  mother ~in - law. A load of,  furniture' going- somewhere   -  could it  be ho  Little  Brook?":  Haven't  learned the name; of  ithe  new  owners.- Nice -toh see;  the - cottages    occupied.    And  that eovers the :waterfroht;  <y 7? * ip'vjkf^!��v--if^KS^'^t-v��.-^r SiVS^'  PNE Gives Opening  iti^$^i;P:.y  ... PRIZES totalling.more than  #1200 will b&yoffered by the  Homo ?Arts Section of the  Pacific'-; -National Exhibition,  August 22 to September 3, according to Mrs. T.J. Rolston,  M.L.A., chairman of the committee looking after this popular section of the ^N.E.  Visitors  will "also  enjoy \re-  --.spite from the heat; in the Home  Arts Building this year. A  complete new Ventilation system was' installed during the  winter. Plans for the show include the popular Teen Age  Fashion Show.'   '  D f S TI Jf 6IT I SHED    FLYING    CROSS  For "an act hp acts of valour, courage, or devotion to duty  -performed wmlst flying in active operations against the '-  Dj^rfglthe 'Secorid World War, the Distinguished Flying^Gross  %as awarded to 4,028 members of the Royal Canadian Air Force.  --. ' . '':  . -.   .     . y ���--���'��� 9 * A  V*.. ..'"exceptional fearlessness in the face of the enemy" . . .  ���'-:������..-.'������outstanding courage and determination"  ...  :���;.,;���      '"   -    ':' .':������    "-'   V;.V"'      ,V  4,028 citationsr-each one a tribute to service in the defence of  freedom; by men of the R.C.A.F. ,   "]        \  Today* in Canada's rapidly expan- To be eligible,' you must be be-  ding Air Force,more young men tween 18 and 24���be a Canadian  are needed to train as 'Air Crew citizen or other British subject���  Officers-���Navigation  Officers, be physically fit���and Have Junior  Radio .Officers and Pilots. Matriculation or better.1  \,  airadtaii Air Force  Ccnsult the Career  Counsellor;  K.C.A.F. Recruiting Unit  fir-  ��� wftfisBt obligatis*,  I MI partictelan re-  ��� ganSiaf cptMbrt*  J mit r��qv3r$iit*afs  I ad ���penrags nw  ��� available , is.' 8fc��  J B.CJUF.  4  ^ i  NORTH WEST AIR COMMAND, R.C.A.F.;  EDMONTON, ALBERTA .-  ��� ��*������#�� �����  ��������������������  NAME , :.   (KKASS KINT)  STREET ADDRESS   CITY -v PROVINCE  (BYORADE ANDHTOVWCD AGE I  mm  f  y- -. '���* I  I,  I  e  t  c  r   ,  CAF 42 WS  & Wra, McFadden  ��� 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  Optical Service ?  Thursday May 31 1951   . The Coast News  ^  u  w^  T���� ,  arhara  eedsa  ewin��  she's saving  77? f 'JjanA <>/.'  �����.    *,       d /-,  Your BNS Manager Is *  good da���� to know. la  Squfciuufr and Woodfihre he  is M,Q.Gdfwett^  J-'v,  Use Coast News Classifieds  GIBSONS. ��� Sport fishing is starting around Salmon Rock  according to the local nimrods who have found time to try their  luck with flasher or spinner. '  Main fish being caught at the moment seems to be the spring  salmon which is just as popular as ever with local housewives.  Several cod have been caught  in the Porpoise Bay area while  the Pender Harbour region has  been yielding a spasmodic but  good bounty of fish.  Several fish around the 20  pound mark have been taken  off Gospel Rock while Vancouver fishermen have been known  to take several 16 and 18 pound  salmon home following a day  on the usally placid water-  It is believed the main spring  salmon run will be several  days getting here according to  'local experts and the news from  the northern w'aters where  local commercial fishermen  (have gone.  SECHELT  Bv ARIES.  WE WOULD like to remark  on the nice services held in the  Anglican  Church a few  Sundays ago. The rural dean was  .'..-absent-owing to  sickness  but  r our -own-miiiistei},  [Reverend  H.TI. Oswald gave a very timely  address. The  combined  choirs  rendered   many   suitable   anthems while hymns were sung  by the congreation.  It was suggested that Sechelt'  Park would be an ideal setting  for   future,   summer   services   ���  and we heartily agree. ,  We   noticed  .Miss'...Audrey-    -  Martin   in   Sechelf   recently.  Audrey is the daughter of Mr-  and Mrs. Frank Martin of Ioca  and  is  in   training  at  Royal  Columbian   Hospital   in   New  Westminter.    She    is    staying  with her aunt and uncle, Mr.  and Mrs> McKissock.  ���     Mr. 'iiancU ^J\irs..^....^o1ungnian  spent a recent weekend on the  mainland. Mr- Youngman took  the service for the rural dean.  Services    were    held   in - the  church, St. Francis in the wood  and  also' at  St.   Monica's   at  Horseshoe. Bay.  Mrs.   Haekett   is   home   in  Sechelt .again and expects Mr.  Haekett to J)e home very sbon.  Mrs- Joe Hanson  is spending  a few, .days in Vancouver.  We met an extremely nice  lady the other day 'while strolling along the waterfront. Mrs.  Cook is% her name. Her husband is "here on a survey for  the waterworks and Ave hope  they both make friends in this  area.  Very nice to see Robbie back  in the paper. The only way we  know about our. , friends at  Wilson Creek is to see their  names in the paper-  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  a  Tractor Transport No. 1" ��� especially equipped for  hauling oats, trucks and logging equipment by sea  Log Towing Scow Towing Pile Driving  Dredging Wharf and' Float Construction  Breakwater Construction Marine Salvage  Salvage Pumps  m  *m & %&a iit^g^i^igij^^ig^ :g|g g��n m m ggg; iig ggg? iii iif li  CENSUS TAKER  Mr. R. J. Davy is one of the 18,000  enumerators who will call at the homes of  all Canadians���including yours���starting  June 1st.,  His job is to get the facts which  Canadians need for successful management  of their private business or public affairs.  It is of practical benefit to you and  your community.  Your enumerator (man or woman) will  carry an identification card. The information you give is kept in strictest confidence,  and can pe used only for census statistics.  It cannot, by law, be revealed to anyone  for any purpose, even to other Government  Departments. Please be ready with quick  and accurate information when your census  taker calls.  DOMINION  BUREAU   OF   STATISTICS  DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND COMMERCE  OTTAWA, CANADA      ��  THERE'S A JOB TO BE DONE IN   5!  9TH DECENNIAL CENSUS  HELP  iCANADA;  >COUNT  june; i9si  Attention  a ... ;        ' ."'   ��� . '  Single Drum  WE CAN BEAT  ��� ��� ���  VANCOUVER  We are prepared to guarantee every bit of .machinery we  build for you, not only to cut initial cost for you put to  s,*and up io the, hardest work . \JjTe replace free of charge,  i^tAl faulty work or-matemMPhe*e-are noifs-or buts when  you deal with us.  WE GU&RANTEE  Read the Following  ALL STEEL CONSTRUCTION  APPAI^ACHI OAK FRICTION BLOCKS  S.K.F. TAPERED MAIN BEARINGS  USE FOR LOADER OR BOOM WINCH  Guaranteed Throughout  WE CAN BUILD TO THE INDIVIDUAL LOGGER'S  SPECIFICATION WE CAN DESIGN ANY PARTIO-  ULAB MACHINE YOU NEED .- THEN BUILD IT  STRONGER AND CHEAPER THAN MANY OF THE  BIG NAME FIRMS f  BOOM AUGURS  l  Pho*e Gibsons 54 8  The Coasl News Thursday May 31 1951  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  Scottish    Agencies  "The House of Action & Integrity"  Real Estate and Insurance  2555 East Hastings      HA 7225  evening  ball  games.  WENDY ADAMS  ... .who daily brings listeners a chance  to win.big cash prizes on MUSIC MEANS  MONEY. It's an easy contest you'll want  lo try each weekday, morning at 8:45 on .. .  a4���6���K4Af&&4'  HMT1M  hinsrwiwwBNmf  TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY  FOR SALE. Pride of Canada  Range, in first class condition,  converted to burn oil, complete  with two wick burners, tank  and stand. Apply A. Chiltern  Wilson Creek- Phone. 13C.  FOR SALE 2y2H.P. Lawson"  in good condition, %" shaft  and fittings, 10" prop. Can be  seen at O'Neil's, Keats Island  $50.  They tell me Mrs. Finlayson  has sold her home in the Headlands. As far as we know she  is not leaving us.  > The.lot across from the Post  Office is getting a great deal  of comment, because of the extensive bulldozing, and other  work. It may be used for a  used car lot, and when all  cleaned up no doubt will be an  asset to Gibsons.  The Headlands Auxiliary, to  the VON will hold a concert  in the Legion Hall, on June f)-  t Put on by the Choraliers and  the Junior Choir from Wilson  Creek, under the direction of H.  Roberts. This is a fine group  of entertainers and deserve  your support. Don't, forget it ,  is for your VON:  Our Ferry  carried  capacity  -loads over the weekend and on  Sunday   evening  .the   7   p.m  boat, had to leave quite a few  on the wharf and make another,  trip  at  9.30  This is  only  the  vanguard   of  what traffic, is  going to.be., With Cecil's five  buses on the wharf at this time,  (traffic is  going to be one big  headache to all concerned-  Poor old Gibsons is certainly  never going to be the same.. It  was bound to happen, Vancouver, spreading out so far and  fast, and we are right in the  road. T'was ever thus.  i&o-riyBgaa  re it is  ^  ANGLICAN    ^SERtflCES;  JUNE 2 1951, 2nd SUNDAY AFTER, TRINITY  St. Bartholomew's -Church ;. v................ Gibsons  Holy Communion ,/  .Sunday,, School >, ���;  * ���. ���i. ���  *' '���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ��� ���' ���  ���' ���     -.>sjv>OXlCA.ti  ���>.  Sunday School '  ���.-':'. > >. V Z JEveiison^ -V:; '������'���.���*--Z  ..:....... Roberts Creek  ll.am    Sunday School ;  3.15p.m  Evensong  ll.OO^a.mf,  JUL.am  .....  St. Hilda's Church  f l:45.p.m.  ...  1.45.p.m.   .���;.  St. Aidan's Church  1 his and That  BY MRS NESTMAN  MR. AND MRS. Dockar of  Hopkins, aVe receiving congratulations, a little belatedly  from me, on the arrival of another daughter-  v Another1 May has come and  gone, aiid a lot of work gone  by the board. Preparations for  such an undertaking .takes  many weeks, and it is all over,  in such a short time.. Opening  the celebrations,. I was so  nervous at a microphone, that  all I had planned to say, went  away with the breeze. Imagine  me being short of words, but  that was it.  The Queens, both retiring  and present and their retinue,  were a credit to the community.  The PTA. deserves a great  deal of credit, among many  others who worked so very  hard for this auspicious occasion. \  Reg Godfrey and vRonnie  are making a trip to Barriere,  looking the country over.  Fir.emen edged out the CYO-  boys in a baseball game 3���2  on Sunday, it was a cold windy  evening    >.and    not    baseball  weather,   as far as  the  spectators were concerned. We will  be   seeing   quite  a  few   ball  games here this'summer as the  CYO < boys  are  in  the  North.  Vancouver league and will play  here   every   other   week.   This  Avill be good news to our many  baseball   fans  who   enjoy   the  ross i  el! Over The To  RED CROSS DltlVE  GIBSONS-, ��� West Howe  Sound Red Cross drive has  gone over the'top to the tune  of more than $240^ according  to final figures just, released.  Total-'amount collected .by  the volunteer organizers was  $642.19.  Among volunteers who  worked hard for the drive  wen*" Mrs. E Dawson, Mrs. E.  King, Mrs. F. Mainwaring, Mrs  FA. Chaster,. Mrs. E. 'Prop,  Mrs. G.E. Campbell, Mrs. F  Braden, Mrs F..J. Mainil, Mrs.  MA. Hague,. Mrs. .M. White  side, Mrs. H. Reichelt, Mrs. D.  Benn, Mrs. H.M-, Littljpjohn,  Mrs. E- Warrick; Mrs. . F.  Fisher, Miss F. Clemo and Miss  J. Pennoyer.     �� ;      ;-.  I  J  sSSSrSSi;i.*s  1  i!  I-  I  i  |  1  1  i  I  J  u  1  1  is^^&ifus.  '.U. TALENT NIGHT  m  'lek  n  i  I  DIStRIG J   FINALS  Gibsons^ Roberts Creek   Sechelt  ROBERTS CREEK     HALL  n  n  /.  JUNE 15,  8 P.M.  ADULTS  50����  CHILDREN  35^  n  I  I  1  1  ��  SEE YOUR LOCAL PTA GROUP FOR BUS INFORMATION  SSs^T-a^SfiS*^-*  HSS---  H  t^a  ANNOUNCEMENT....  Gibsons Electric has been SOLD  NEW OWNERS ARE  JimAllan  Don Hauka  For the time being, the phone number will remain the samel and business,  the only full time appliance., radio, electrical repair, sales and service business  on the Peninsula will he carried on at the same old stand on Marine Drive,  Gibsons-  SERVICE BACKED BY KNOW HOW AND ECONOMY  ��?  Here it is at Last  The Year's GREATEST   S H 0 W  ?i  V"  J  in techhkolour  GREATEST African Picture Ever Made  Four BIG SHOWINGS  P Thursday, June 7 <  Saturday? June 9  7 &9 pm  7 U9 p.m  Sechelt The at r e  s  ���/>:.

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