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Array BTmT'*"'-"^"*^*���5"*  ' 'Authorized as >Second  {! ; Class Mail, Post Office  jj     Department,   Ottawa"  /yrcTOR-M  Published by The Coast News, Gibsons, B.C.     Vol. 4-70       Thursday May 24 1951       5c per copy. $2.00 per year by mail.  KING FAROUK of Egypt and his bride, former  Narrimah Sadek; ; 17,^ in the Royal palace at  Cairo, Egypt, recently, after their marriage ceremony. Later the royal couple travelled to In-  chass,   magnificent__ country   mansion   between  F  armers  GIBSONS. ;r-':'k bumper dance on September 1 will end the  vo day Howe Sound Farmer's Institute Fair slated again for  lis ".year." '."'.  Raffles and door prizes will be one method used by the fair  ^mmitte% to prcm^  I A^m^slbn^o^ffielf an* ^wJ&j&E;^^^  fe fin#iS; e kind, will hW^m���^ Phickens are .even  '��� now   bemg' ted   and   groomed  for the great day in the youngster's lives.  Further information  on the  fair will; appear in later issues  .of this paper.  All enquiries should be made  to ; tne ��� secretary.  {  �������� ~7T.^7-~r .��� ������',-���������. ���������.-- ..-��� >..., ���'.���-.���:.���;.���     ���  ...:.  I cents);according? toveommitA  3 secretary Mrs. MvLefeuvre^  ^reporting results from the  *t meeting of the fair com:  ittee, Mrs. Lefeuvre pointed  that many more prizes  ^uld be awarded this year,  e are going to try and give  ��re cash prizes, provided the  oiey comes in," she said.  The; cbmmMee would' ;iike  see as many entrants as  ksible in the fair this year,  frith1 regard to the vegetable  ition". ���  lLast year the fair drew wide  fjentiqn and much aclaim from  over.- B.C.  Phe standard of exhibits was  [ported" by fair judges from.  Fraser   Valley   as   being  ^ery very  good",  it is expected the Sunshine  Cairo and Ismailia on the Suez Canal. Farouk  will take his bride to Mersa Matruh, "blue  lagoon" on the western desert. There, according  to legend.  Work Bee For  Clearing Park  ROBERTS' CREEK.. -^ A  work bee will be instituted by  the Impi-jovement Association  in order to clear the Elphinstone Park and get it ready  for. summer visitors.  Teen Town will cooperate in;  the^ work  which   will include  construction   of  a  bauh-house  and stove. v  ������ X^aia day for the community  is slated for July 2y  h.A:.Mathews'fwill represent  the organization! on the VON  board. . ,  A dance has been planned for  June 2 in the Community Hall.  Hodgson Heads Civil  Defence Organization  soraliers To  ive Concert  DAVIS  BAY.  ���  The now  mous Choraliers under direc-  )n of H.^Roberts have accept-  ah. invitation from Gibsons  D'N to give a concert-in the  gion Hall, May 6.  | This  is  the  first" time  the  jaoraliers will have-ftlayed for  ibsons.   They- come   with .a  putation for ability and com-,-  iunity   spirit    which;   it   is  )ped will assure them a full  louse.  GIBSONS. -^- First concrete evidence that this area recognizes the threat of war came with naming Wesley Hodgson as  coordinator of civil defence*at an organizational meeting in the  Church Hall, May 17.  Control  committee1 will   be ������, ��� ���   composed    of   members   from  each of the local public bodies.  The Village Commission will  be asked to donate a sum.of  money in order to defray minor  expenses.-   \    ������,.  Gibsons in the minds of they  who attended the meeting from  - Ibej Legion, Village Commission, vthe F'ire Brigade,.the Red  Crpss Society and the local  ratepayervgroups, will be the -  evacuation centre for casualties and refugees, provided  accomodation is available and  transportation  avenues    clear.  "Nomination of Mr. Hodgson  came without ^official requests  f rdm: either .;governments but  owing tp pressure brought by  local organizations interested:  in civil defence," a. committee  ��� spokesman said.  Batt Here For  Ferry Day  GIBSONS; -B.M. Maclntyre,  MLA will "do everything possible,^;,; to: attend Ferry Day  celebrations; he reported to the  Board of Trade by letter.  Mr^;l^chtyre also drew the  Board's attention to the limited  supply of liquor which will be  available in the liquor, store  here.  The   MLA   wrote  the. same  ��story to thevBoard as theione  which appeared  last  week  in  t'hi& paper.  ehriol Building  SECHELT. ��� Foundations  |ave been poured for the,Madeira Park- School, also the  Bechelt addition to the. present  Ichool.  Work has been going-apace  Uring to the good weather en-  jountered. It had. first been  [bought that rains would delay  construction, but this fear ;has  been dispelled. Gibsons High  SehooLfoundations have been  poured and part of the super  structure already roughed in. :  t,; Sechelt Building Supplies  a^e'v;supplying- the vlumber,  cement and building hardware  for tlie Sechelt and Madeira  School5���������while Gibsons Building  Supplies' are doing- the same  for Gibsons High.- Seh6bl.       ' '  Dangerous Driygf  Gets Keavy Fine  GIBSONS! ��� William Docker  was fined $50-and costs when  heappeafed before Magistrate  Sidney McKay, Friday on a  charge of ' dangerous driving.  His driver's license was also  suspended for three months.  Changes  were  laid  by  the  R.C;M.P.  fivestiqation  GIBSONS.  Commission Chairman Mrs. ��E. Nestman and  Commissioner Harley Anderson will lead an attack on lack of  public toilets in this area, according to a decision made at council  meeting, Tuesday.  ������'���'.. ;���-���������  W. Sutherland, sneaking on  behalf of a delegation from the  Board of Trade pointed out  that the lack of public facilities here was an onus squarely  on shoulders of tlie village.  Mrs. Nestman and Commissioner Anderson backed the  contention that k ck of amenities here was a disgrace, and,  said Mr. Anderson, ''something-  should be done about it immediately."  Mrs. Nestman echoed the  suggestion by striking a committee of herself and Mr.  Andersonn to meet with members of the Board of Trade in  an attempt to find a solution  to the problem.  Village Clerk Robert Burns  recalled previous efforts to  have public toilets installed in  Gibsons and suggested that the  $60 water bill against opera:  ting a public convenience, plus  the cost of a caretaker were  -t^o^ofvthe-;main.,:p^jection^ to,  the proposal:^ -v     ��� -----  The    Commission    was     in  ^agreement     that    something  should be done about the lack  of    facilities.    "The    problem  seems to be ju ;t how to do it,"  one commissioner said.  Board To Drive  For Public Park  SECHELT.   ���  An   attempt  will be made to save the present  Union  Est.ates   owned  public  park from  being sub  divided  and sold as building lots.  Faced with the threat of allotments, the Board of Trade  sparked by Robert Cooke will  attempt to have the park saved  for recreational purposes.  It was pointed out that  saving the park woidd propably  be quite costly as the owners  had already turned down  $15,000 for the property as it  is.  An approach will be made  the provincial and federal governments in order to find out  what pegislsition governs  aquirin g of parks for civic pur-r  pose and needs.;:   *'   r     .- v   -v  Sechelt Scene  Of Board's Meet  , SECHELT. ��� June 16 will  be a big day for this community  when the Board of Trade plays  host to the Fraser Valley and  Mainland Associated Boards of  Trade, estimated at 30 units  strong.  . Lunch will be served in the  Sechelt Inn according to a  letter received from headquarfc-  ers of the group.  Gibsons and Pender Harbour  will both have a strong representation at the meeting.  Resolutions to be considered  by the parent body must be in  the" hands of -,'the Associated  Boards secretary, immediately.  Sechelt To Host  Associated Units  SECHELT. ��� The Associated Boards of. Trade, holding  its quarterly general meeting  in this community will be  guests of the local Board of  Trade.  Plans are now well under.  way for greeting the guests  which will include presentation of a folder designed to  give a good idea of the Sechelt  Peninsula, i �� potential and  present attributes.  Tom Larson To Head  Local Kinsmen Club  GIBSONS. ���Bank Manager Tom Larson will head the local  Kinsmen group for 1951 according to a vote taken at the recent  annual meeting in Hunter's Guest House.  Other    officers    are,    Larry     ��� ; '  Speck,  vice  president;   Jack  Marshall,       secretary.;      Don  Haiika,'    treasurer y-'Py Norman  Hough,       registrar;       Dick  Falconer, club historian; Colin  __ Wingrave, bulletin editor; and  directors will- be DrJ Hugh  Inglis, and Colin Wingrave.   ;  Work   will ��� commence   immediately on the park - play-  Z'.p ground in the Headlands area  V according to the new president  who will be installed at a later  meeting.  "A heavy program of 'work  is  slated   for   the  Club' .this  year", he said.  George Hunter is the present  president who will act for  next year in an advisory capacity to the hew directorate.  James Sinclair To  Help Wharf Light  SECHELT. ��� Lights on the  wharf, long promised, may be  well on their way.  Charged by the Board of  Trade to p;et the lights on,  Captain     Andrew    Johnston  .wired James Sinclair. M.P. re-  # questing,  "immediate   authorization for the awaited lights".  v ^ "Plans are .now, and have  been for many months in the,  jhands of tlie department o��  public works but authorization  is lacking from Ottawa, Thi >  should speed up that end of  the deal," he said. 2  TJwO>n��f Vows     Thursday   May  24  1951  Published every Thursday by The Coast News, Gibsons, B.C.  Publishers, William Sutherland and Samuel Nutter.  A clean family newspaper dedicated to furthering the truth and all  community efforts.  Advertising rates may be had upon application to The Coast News,  Gibsons B.C.  1 (ew6 (L>dit  onate  America's tars - ��isf  goeo  'the   old  but what  WHAT   AMERICA  heeds,   so  Legend, is a good five cei\t cigar  Gib ens needs more than anything else is just  an ordinary, down to earth, unadorned toilet.  This matter of sanitation is cropping up  every few minutes in Gibsons. There was a time  when the needy could visit Ihe Mariner Cafe  or either of the two garages but that time of  lush amenities is now past.  Outside the bathroom door's inside the  cafe   is the sign "for staff only".  Inside every alley in the village are self  conscious women with children who know not  of the rules and regulations dictated by prudery. ,..   ���  Inside our village council is the sum of  $6,000 which could well be used in construction  of a public washroom.  One of the first essentials in our lives is  a washroom.  One of the first e-se-tiais of a village re  cleanliness is to provide the facilities for the  people to be clean.  Pigs and cattle are normally not dirty,  but when confined in a small space without  means for keeping clean, both can get very,  very filthy. Believe it or not, the same applies  to human beings.  We hope for hundreds of visitors this year,,  according- to some, the number'will, reach  thousands. The two garages can hardly handle  this type of traffic. Despite the law in this  province which- demands thai cafes be provided with washrooms for the public, it is  hardly sensible to expect the" cafe proprietor  to provide the ameneties for thousands.  But we do expect society in general, to  do so.-:-? -'��� ������ ������'���ii  ��� 'yyiyyuyy. .y'      '    ..^���^���'*��-a;.*�� ):.  From high oil the 'hills and from deep in  Vry vales of Gibson^ every week comes the cry,  "doir't cut down the trees; think of.the tou-  rp.t". Or else, '''���don't build that building;  think of the poor tourist." ,  We predict, this summer the tourist will  certainly see all. of Gibsons. He is being forced  into every cranny and back alley in the area.  He will have ample opportunity to see Gibsons,  but we doubt if the picture will look good to  him or her.  Garbage, water and sanitation and not  necessarily in that order, are the three main  bugbears of th;is community. - S\  About these things little is being done.  We suggest that our Medical Health Officer, is not feeling too good about the conditions in this village. We suggest that when  summer comes he will feel a lot worse and may  even be forced to enforce some of the, very  stringent laws governing the health of a community.  This would indeed be a sorry day for the  village that uses the slogan," "Watch-Gibsons  Grow".  The Board of Trade could do a lot worse  than approach the village commission and  find out how far it is prepared to go hi helping-to build a public convenience which, would,  not alone be for tourists but would help safeguard the health and comfort of the people it'  is sworn to serve.  Commissioner Robert Macnicol, upon being  elected to the commission, scored a surplus of  funds in the community coffers, "when so  much, essential work should have been done."  We suggest, to the. commissioner that here  is a,very good way in which to "get rid" of  some of that surplus that hrr; bona .left, even  after taking more thr.n. a $1,000 for payment  bn the white elephant, with; four wheels sitting  up by Hill's Machine Shop.   . -.;'���  It is going to cost, many hundreds' more  ^dollars to. put this truck on the road. We/fire  going".to have to build a garage for its majesty  but why not sell the truck, the village c mi Id  quite probably break even if not make a slight  prof it, forget the garage and build an ordinary  everyday, very necessary public-toilet.  Or is that being too down to earth?  lace Names  ' Third  instalment  of histori-  ca.l   place   name's  of  local  in- :���  1 crest. ..        '       -  THE LITTLE ADMIRAL  BY "KIP" HEWAT  BORDERING St. Vincent  Tay, we : next come to  ELEPHANT POINT. The  1 ' Elephant7' was a well-known  7 4 gun ship - of -,the - line  and was under--Kelson's command in the Battle���:��� of the'  Baltic As a matter of fact,  the. Admiral.-'.liad,-shifted his  flag from the "St. George"  OB guns - Captain Thomas  Hardy -��� to the '' Elephant"  Captain Thomas Foley just  prior to the engagement as  ���the smaller ship . drew v less  water. Hardy accompanied him  as a volunteer. It was on the  the signa," On this subject,  could it be that BLIND BAY  and TELESCOPE PASS, between Nelson and Hardy  Islands refer :to this incident.  ' To carry on, HOTHAM  SOUND. Admiral ��� William  Hotham, was commander of the  Mediterranean squadron just  previous to the Battle of Cape  St. Vincent. '      ���  North of Hotham Sound -  the PARKER RANGE of  mountains. After Rear : - Ad  mir al Willi'a m Parker, who  carried his flag on the "Prince  "George "98 guns, at the Battle  o'f Cape St. Vincent. ^  One of the tallest mountains  in the Parker Range is DIA-  DEM-'--MOUNTAIN. The "Dia^  dem" was a 64 gun ship - of -'  the - line, engaged in the Battle-'.*  of Cape -St. Vincents: %  '  MOORSHAM, BLUFF. Captain  Robert Moorsham was in command of the ''Revenge" 74  guns, at the Battle of' Trafalgar. ��� ...���  Returning to the west side  of the Inlet - SAUMEREZ  BLUFF. Sir James Saumerez  commanded the "Orieii" 74 at  both Cape St. Vincent and at  the Nile. .  Working south again we  find GOLIATH BAY - The  "GOLIATH" a 74 gave strong  support at both SI Vneent,  and the Nile.  Above. Goliath - Bay MOUNT  FOLEY and, at the water  edge, FOLEY HEAD. Captain  Thomas Foley commanded the  "Brittania" 100 guns, flagship  of Vice - Admiral Charles  Thompson at the Battle of Cape  St. Vincent. He also was in  command, of the "Goliath"  To the eastward of Hotham  '0. i-,cteci-<: o Wh&i^-E^  PP. 'the' ^weii;;��''^ow^^ S^Oaptairi^Rofj erf^aleter^ vSvis^^Kat'-^e :Bat|lfe;#f:M$.  '"'        Across C4oliath Bay DACRES  POIftT.   Captain   J.   Richard  curred, when Nelson grumbled,  "You know, Foley, I have only  one eye and have.the right to  be blind SoiHetimes-- and, putting his glass to his blind eye,  he added "really do hot see'  command of the '' Vietory''  flagship of Admiral Sir John  Jervis at the Battle of Cape St.  Vincent, v.  Northward; of Mount Calder  and    across    Jervis    Inlet    is  Dacre commander of the '' Bar-  fleur"a98 at the Battle of Cape  St, Vincent.  (Concluded next week)  "I may not believe in what you  say- but I will /defend unto death  your right to say it". Voltaire.  PROTESTS LI iVOH STORE  EDITOR THE*NEWS;  iSlll.  'IF it were..not so. serious,  it .'could be quite amusiiig. Our  Olsons Boaro? of 'Trade has  urged the Village Commissioners'to increase and enforce the  .the pedlars license .so that a  farmer cannot' sell i,a 'dozen..  eggs or a bag of/, potatoes-  (retail). But it has planned  and worked for nearly five  years to influence the Liquor  Control Board to opeTi up a  liquor .store, yes, even strove  against the board at Sechelt  for this great boor.* and we are  ..sorry to learn that it has won-  out.  What a victory. Now we are  to; have a liquor store right on  our main strqet. Time will tell  how many thousands of dollars  it will soak up. Unlike the local  farmer who would have spent  the few dollars he made in  some of the village -stores, the  money spent on liquor will go'  to -Victoria. The village will  no doubt receive its one cent  of the three per cent sales tax  and- the usual business tax but,  these will be chicken- feed to  what the said liquor store will  take.  True, a few more p'eople will  come to the village,  but they--  ��� carry aiia^then go  our store keepers for goods bn  the cuff.  A Board of Trade is-supposed  to be interested in the welfare  (Continued on page 3)  (SEE READER'S RIGHT) *  ggsa��tTr^aajgg^  M  m  ': .:-!"liV.    5S*>;-!��'i' c-...ij'-.-   ,. v '���---. ���  WI^EESUM1[ PRACTISE  1  *��  at his  Roberts 0r6ek Office;  Phone 20 H2  \  Launch     Engines  BRIGGS r- STRATTON  EVINRUDE  INBOARBS  OUTBOARDS  CITY   PRICES  GIBSONS MARINE SALES  Adjoining Hills Machine Shop  PHONE GIBSONS 54  tf  m route  MOTOZ!  GAS STATION i    r  PERSONAL PLANNING GAINING MOMENTUM.  Soaring Pricey Boost Popular Interest.  ' '  -.,������-"/'"."     In New Type Of Money Management   ,.  . B of M Manager Finds  Residents of Sechelt Peninsula, are taking considerable interest in Personal Planning, the Bank of Montreal's recently  introduced system of income management, reports Tom Larson,  local B of M branch manager. Most people enjoy making a dollar  go farther but not faster, he finds, and they feel particularly  proud of this., skill under' pressure of today's prices. Personal  Planning, as-th,e booklet now available on the subject emphasizes,  is much more .than a, budget. It's a sane, practical way for the  individual to attain'mastery over his money. It will not make  anyone rich overnight .But it can help the individual to draw  up a purely perspnal blueprint of his finaneial aims in life, and  it can help-him to attain them. Beside this pbsyetiological assist-  tance, Personal Planning also shows how budgeting can be kept  simple.. '  Mr. Larson invites anyone interested to drop into the B of M  for a^ copy "of: the bank's bright little book called "Personal  Planning". ,For. all its easy-to-read breeziness, this publication is  helping many Canadians to conquer their money worries and  enjoy life more.  -     ' - Advt.  1  K  I,  E  1  T.  f  *  i'  I  I  i  I  i  ���  ���  ���  m.  1  I  I  I  ���  V  H  i  it  i  ���  ���  is  i  r-   '���<: ���:���,''-.'-,  Communismis incompatible with the  way of life which Canadians know and  which most of us wish to retain.  _  Communism preaches hatred,  resents co-operation and  despises collective bargaining.  'i'' :    '   "  '   ��� ; \ ' ���' ���   "���   '   ' '  rIt    breeds    destruction;    it    destroys  sensible^v thin^ liberty.  .  Communism    destroys .  all  v v;: j^'su^lus^^^ even individuaL  ^initiative an^i rjewsiEd. V'  :-���.'���'���''���"'������.' ��� V~~  Communism in power controls all the  machines of production���all labour  in^ every phase of its existence.  .._--*���(������" .   .-.>.; ._���-.y.- ���"    ���.������'���  Itvcontrols the armed forces*  using them to impose its will  on Jthe people.  ��� ��� ���".��� --    "'"  It controls the courts of justice, allowing no. appeal. to_its mandates. .''..-��� ������������y.  It fosters the' so-called union  security clauses to take away  the voluntary rights oiF-work-..  [men   so   that   they   may   be  J regimented, to. Us own  Gower   Gleanings  BY GYPSY TOWERS  THE   BRIGHT ��� items   this  week include  a visit to their  cottage   by  Mr.   and -Mrs.   E.  Rea accompanied by their son  and daughter - in - law who  Jhave. just  returned 'from   an  eleven months visit to the Old  Country and the Continent, returning via the Panama Canal  and  glad  to  be  back to   the  Coast with the comment'' there  is no place quite like Gower".  Mrs.  Freda  Jordon  up for   a  few  days shaping up for her  summer  garden,  bringing her  own help. Mr and Mrs. Sinclair  reluctantly  leaving  for town.  Mrs. Hill once more 'at home'.  Mr.    and    Mrs.    Bow    up    to,  check the progress of their new  home. Very eager to join the  ranks of year round residents  of    the    Banana    Belt.    Lena  Townsend up for her weekly  visit to her mother. Mrs. Jim-  Beaton    celebrating    another  milestone but instead sof adding  a year taking one off. Incidentally being deluged with visitors inspecting their garden as  a result of the brief mention  ' in   The News  -  evidently  its  readers don't miss a trick.  Bonnie Brook Lodge settling  back info its peaceful coma  now that the Colonel and his  lady have taken their departure, and their Sorority, back  to town. The Dawsons teaching  a new dog Paddy's old tricks.  And now to plant the corn. r  Thursday   May   24  1951       The Coast News  3  ��< %  >.>i^��^  I  I  ���  ���  ���  ���  If  1  Nominations  ���  ���  It  regards   all  religion   as  poisonous  4 superstition     and     liquidates    theni  accordingly.  ���  ���  ���,V-:   .-.4S&M  ���t-*.'-  B.C.  FEDEtATI^OM  OF TRADE A IWDUSTBY       Jl  GIBSONS. ��� Nomination  committee for next year's slate  of Board of Trade officers was  struck at the monthy meeting  of the trade body held in the  Mariner Cafe,  Monday.  They are, Reg Godfrey, John  Bunyah, Toin Larson and Vic  Metcalfe..-.        . riyP-  READER'S RIGHT  (Continued from page 2)  of the community. One of its  chief interests should be to  bring in new industries but by  no stretch of the imagination  can' this mean >a liquor store.  It will most likely employ one  or two people. It is hard for  one to believe that all our merchants are in favour, but we  know that certain members of  the board have been advo-"  eating for both a liquor store  and beei* parlor right along.  There; is only so much money  in this) community and if it  is spent on liquor it cannot be  spent for the necessities of life. ���  But there is something more  important than money -'��� there  is a moral issue. Our children  and   young    people   are    our   "  greatest   asset.   The   Board  of  Trade has seemingly forgotten  this side. Our Sunday schools  for years have been  teaching  the harm of strong, drink. And .��.  of   late,   the   department   of ���  Education    has    prepared    a  course to explain to the pupil,,..  the' menacey of yalcoholic ;drmk y  as~a leverage: It is a drug^ ar  disease.  " '' " ���*  But if several hundred people  will write at ohee to -the Attor-  ney General in Victoria and put  in then- v protest this move  might be; blocked. The writer  has seen ' this happen. Write  TOIVAY   and; :put   in    your  protest. . -  F. Bushfield.  BURNS & JACKSON  SAWMILL  SEE US, FOR ALL YOUR LUMBER NEEDS  , Phone 15 M 2 Wilson Creek  ���UHEBOBm  PzzWMW&y  '''ilSiiiilii^  glliiiiilg  *�� 4*.  Busi  usmessan  d Prof  essiona  \  DIRECTORY  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference      c   ' '  BEER BOTTLES  PLUMBING  Will call and buy for cash,  beer bottles, scrap imetal, etc.  Calls:made at intervals from  Hopkins   to   Irvines  Landing  R. H. Stroshen  Wilson  Creek  I  Plumbing and  Electrical  ,;   -Supplies,   Fixtures,  f'JServJce"  Sechelt Building  Suppies  ie   60  ELECTRICAL WORK  PLUMBING and HEATING  Reliable Electrical Repairs  Appliances,   Fixtures,   Radios  WashingMachines  Everything   Electrical  Gibsons Electric  Phone   45  FLORIST ������  Sunset Hardware  ���GIBSONS  Registered     Plumbers  '���_   plumping  Sales   and   Contractig  'giiiiu'Br  Flowers.;'for   all   occasions  We   are   agents   for. large  Vancouver florists  , Fast   service   for   weddings  and- funerals ������  ���'���'*'" Jack Mayne  #   ���..-���������' ���.������:������: y-' ��� ].  Phone   Sechelt   24     or   write  ..P.O.. Box   28  Plumbing,   Heating  and  -Supplies.-'-  Jack Marshall  Gibsons' B;C-  Phone' Gibsons ;%D4"or 33  REAL ESTATE  GIFT STORE  John ��� Coleridge  "���"���^Aigehcies ���  Gibsons   and   District's   Only  Full Time Real Estate  .. ::, -i.  -Agent  'Phone Gibsons 37  Headquarters  for  Wool,  'Notions,   Cards,   Toys,  .'.  ��� ���'     'Miscellaneous* Gifts.  2 v Gibsons; j^sljj^lQ:;: Store  .    , Left of .Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  TAXI  HARDWARE  KNOWLES  SERVICE  y^ym^om^Eiz'yi  Phm^%P.y^sons BA3.  Builder's Hardware     ���  ��� i'a'iiit.  Plumbing'  Appliances  Complete   Installation  Maintenance  Servide':  .,;' deliveries'';'  to all points  Peninsula <> Cabs  ���   ���  24-H��HiJv-Se-r-viGe ���> ~- ���-��� ���  2/Phbnes   --   2 .Cabs  . WILSON   CREEK   and  :,'    SELMA   PARK  :*'.     Phone" Seehelt:;$��  ���:,. --���s'*n  ^Taxi-'-Sir f  ... ..  v ��� . ���  ��� .. ii.  call  BILL HUNTER  Sechelt   48  MACHINISTS  TRANSFERS-TRUCKS  *��� .-. -. i  MOVING JOBS  HEAVY FREIGHT  LOGGING EQUIPMENT  "'Leaves Gibsons TBvery Tuesday Evening    ;   -N  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  Hills Machine Shop  ,        Mobilized Welding.    ...,  Welding   anywhere   -anytime  .   Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  I  Phone 54 o.Res. 58  Hansen Transfer  GENERAL  CARTAGE  ���- -   ,;���. .,������.;.��-v   .     -   -'*  Phone  Sechelt 28  Sechelt,  B.C.  ���n The Coast News     Thursday  May  24  1951
Daois^Bay
BY ROBBIE
DONT  Let anyone  get  your
goat  is  a  well  known  saying
.but someone or s6mething got
the goat of Mr- Watts of Wilson
;'Greek; What remained of the
animal was found Monday and
from the tracks'-- he surmised
that a bear did the getting.
A youth turned his car over
on the   highway recently  and
- caused s«>me confusion to c4hers
. when %rd got around that
eight persons were in the burning vehicle.        •'.;.,
Evervi.hing turned out alright when the driver got out
from beneath the vehicle and
he was found to be ..the only
person  within.
Mrs., G. Reid has gone to
visit- in Vancouver following
her oft cancelled intention be-
: cause of practises demanded
by the Choraliers in which she
is deeply interested.
Glad to see that Mrs. F-
Wheel pr is back in the area
following a spell in hospital.
Mrs- George Wright is also
back in our, midst and says
her hi j band, is getting along
quite. well.
Am wig  those    passing, the^
pro verb ial . milestone   recently;
have been Fred Mutter, Jack
MacLeod, George Wright and
yours truly.
This is the first time this
area ever entered a float in
the May Day parade and we
certainly did ourselves proud.
It is one way of advertising
the fact that we are One with
the rest of the Peninsula.
SCHOOL NEWS rUVf WW 10
~ Honour New la!
S L.a. 12CK
Heads Singers
WILSON  CREEK. 'P- Mrs.
L.S.; Jackson was elected president of the Choraliers Society
at   a geweral meeting  held in
the home of Mrs. M. Reid.
Other officers are; Mrs D.T.
R. McColl, Vice president j Mrs.
R. Nygren, secretary; and H.
Roberts, choir director.
Mrs. T. Turner and Mr
Roberts were presented with
presents from the society for
the work already done by the
two on its behalf.
The' business meeting consisted of a review of the season's work and plans for the
future which is expected to
bring even greater laurels to
..the Wilson .Creek, Davis Bay,
Selma Park group.v
by
MAUREEN  ROSS
GIBSONS vs. SEtJHELT
Last,.week Sechelt Elementary School came down to
Gibsons Elementary School for
Gibsons Elementary School for
girl's and boy's softball games.
Gibsons were victorious in both
games.
NEW HIGH SCHOOL
The.:' New High School is
really coming along fine, now
that the foundation is built and
a fewjof the timbers up it is
beginning to look like something-
BILL PYE RETURNS
The students of the high
school were all glad to see Bill
Pye, an ex -- Gibsons High
School student, come back to
Gibsons after his illness. The
students were also, very glad
to read the qiiestionaire that
Bill sent to the school.
SPORTS DAY
June 1 is the day set for
this year's sports day. We will
all be trying to get that, big
house cup so we '11 be trying
our hardest.
NATURAL gas . is usually
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and shale-
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SECHELT—Mrs, % JenkinS
and her new baby daughter,
Melody Rae we-rte guests of
honor at a surprize party in
the baby's honor held at the
home of Mrs. J. Crighton.
Wednesday.      •    ■...''■
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of the successful affair were;
Mrs. A*. Leslie, Mrs E. Mizuho,;
Mrs. 'I/. Ayton, Mrs J. Crighton,;
Mrs. G. Siccotte, Mrs.K; Pratt;
Mrs. P. Lemieux, Mrs. E.
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West Sechelt
BY MARGARET ALLAN
MR. AND MRS, Hutchins
with their daughter and son
in law, Mr. and Mrs. Croll are
staying at their summer tome
for a few days. Mrs. G. Page
with her son Danny is* staying
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Woods. v      >
We  are   glad to   see  Ifliat
Steve  MacDonald 'got  out  of"1
hospital. Everyone tells me he  ,
is looking healthy as can be.
I see they are logging, on
Trail Island. Shades of Captain
Vancouver, it was, once a reserve, now home of a logging
crew, what next?.
AROUND
MURDOCK'S
BY MYRNER
MRS.    HAMBLY   flew   to -
Vancouver   again   on  Friday.
She ..will be  staying with her'
daughter Mrs- Day.
On Sunday Mrs. Don Dilla-
bough and Diane, also Mr. and
Mrs.  R.D.   Murdoch,  all went
' down. Ma'' ^J)^?1^ -J^pjgaT- pame^
back oil the ^Jervis ok; Tuesiday -
but   Lily   waited   and   drove
back  with iheir • son rBill   on
Saturday.  Bill  is! taiking /the
"Murpak" back to Vancouver
and will be busy getting every
thing ''ship shape" for the fish
'."   packing season,    v ; --      ;, .
VWe were all saddened:when
,.;, wje' h^€Nard  that Erniey Cotton
Jliad  passed  away  oh   Friday' V'
nighty May 11 at his home on ;
vv ^iSaijiiia^fiakie^:^rntevhars' been
the host at Sakinaw Lodge for
■• some years and r will be sadly
.■■" ■• missed. •     •■'' \   '"'
'.;..{v Before his health failed he '
,     was an  active member of the
.    Legion and was our President "
of Post 112 during 1950.
Our sypathy goes to his wife,
Pat, and to the members of his
family.
. . Our sympathy is also extended  to   the  members  of  the
Wray  family  as   Mr.  Harold
^   Wray of Egmont passed" away
suddenly at Sechelt on Tuesday
May 14, wfoile on- his way tb
Vancouver.*   •    -
' Mrs.  Donald  Ross  left  for
Vancouver via the Jervis Express on Monday.
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Ritchey with his bulldozer and
Williams construction Company machinery, the road link,
replacing the collapsed bridge
on the upper Gibsons - Sechelt
highway is progressing,
a satisfactory manner.
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i ^yy^,^y^:yLEGALy^x  ' . ���   '   "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  fifronv, Robert ^Creek;^  :��thence 'southerly Jfco';the south-east  corner of said Lot 3373; thence west"  erly along the northerly boundaries  of Lots 3470, 2955, 3837 and 4219, to  ���>the-r 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  3553 and 3552 to the north-west  corner of Lot 4499; thence southerly.  along  the  westerly   boundaries -of  vLots;4499, 4492 and 4491 to the  south-west corner of said1 Lot 4491;  thence easterly along the southerly  boundaries ;of'Lots 4491 and 4490  to foe^duth^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 Lot 3723; thence'due  east to the westerly boundary of  Lot 2913 (T.L.3715-P); thehcer  southerly along the westerly boundary of said Lot 2913 a distance of  10 chains; thence due east to the  westerly boundary of: Lot 2915  (T.L:3716-P); thence northerly and  easterly   along  the   westerly   and  ^northerly f IxmrtdariesVofv sa^ii Lot  2915 to the south-east corner of Lot  2368 (T.L^872-P); thence northerly  to  the north-east- corner  thereof;  thence north-westerly in a, straight  line: to the south-west: corner, of  S.Tii. 31129; thence northerly along  the westerly^ boundaries of S.TX.'s  ,31129 and 31128 to the norths-east  corner  of Lot  2427   (T.L;12712-P);  thence westerly $o 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 south"  erly to the south-reast corner there--,  of, 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   along   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 oi 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 within that period. However'  equal consideration will 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, v  Parliament  Buildings,  Victoria B.C.  Thursday  May  24  1951  ANGLICAN       SERVICES  MAY 27 1951       LAST SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY  St. Bartholomew's Church   Gibsons  ll.am     Sunday School  7.30p.m    Evensong  St'. Hilda's  Church    *     Sechelt  '���  11.00 a.m   Holy Communion  11-am    Sunday School  St. Aidan's, Church Roberts Creek  ll.am    Sunday School  3.15p.m. Evensong  The Coast News  5  The Coast News  The Date Pad  The Friendly-Group, United  Church W.A. will hold a garden Tea and Sale of Work,  August 9 in the Church  Grounds, Gibsons, 2 p.m.  Roberts Creek W.A. to the  Legion branch 219 will hold a  Rummage Sale in the Kewpie  Kamp, May 30 at 2 p.m.  General meeting of the Howe  Sound Island Army, Navy and  Airforce Veteran's of Canada  unit, Gambier Harbour will be  held, May 27 at 2 p.m. Transport will leave Gibsons dock  at 1 p.m.  Headlands VON Auxiliary  will sponsor a Garden Party,  July 25.     *  The Roberts Creek branch  VON will sponsor a dance May  26.  Superfluity  Sale,    Anglican  Hall,     Gibsons,     Wednesday,  June 6, sponsored by the W.A.  to  St.  Bartholomew's Church.  Public Health Nurse, Miss  Jones is at Halmoon Bay  Trading Post, second Tuesday  each month from 2.30 to 3.30  p.m. .  . VON . . Nurse, v;;M;iss     Anne  * Baker is ^n-att^Mabce^ every*-  Wednesday  afternon  at  Half-  , moon Bay Trading Post.    "  .\  .  3  Lines_(15  words) for 35c 3  Insertions (same ad)  75c  Extra  words,  above   ii-word   min.   2c   each��� ��� Cash   with  order  Notices,   Engagements,   Marriages,   Deaths,   etc..   75c   insertion  .p. v_;.v���...;,,-; ^MTTLEADS . . . BIG-RESULTS -,vY  LISTINGS WANTED.  JOHN COLERIDGE ^Agencies  real estate licenced and bounded agents (Connection with  H.A. Roberts Ltd.), Listings  required, attractive to "retired  couples. Contact our, office or  Coast News Office,.  REAL ESTATE listings wan  .ted.  ..Gibsons ..to ..Pendet  Harbour. H.B. Gordon B��x 11  Sechelt Phone Sechelt 31Q.  [r^P':.pyyi ,     -���Tfn;.  m^ips )v-r;v:;,  4'i^y.  ���''vO^-Fu^r ��� still wajpled-^^1---- ship -'  * IMMEDIATEim "Shubert''  WE HAVE, a. wide range of  batter^; radips fro^ $10 .to; $^0.  See  them, on; display  at  our  store. We accept trade ins.  Gibsons  Electric  phone  45  WHAT IS SACA - PELO?  ��� Saca - Pelo is the most remarkable scientific discovery  oi the age, which will permanently kill the roots of all  superfluous hair. Saca - pelo  contains ho drug or chemical,  and can be applied easily in  the privacy of your owii homt  6r. in     '"..,.',.���'  LOiR-BEER  LABORATORIES  : 679i ^aimfte ZSfe'4Vaneonvi&y ���  Regular .Quarterly Meeting  of the womens auxiliary of St-  (Bartholomew's Church wiill  be held on Friday,1 June 1., at  8 p^m.in the Parish. Hall.  A Garden Tea, July 12 by  the Harmony \Group. United  Church W.A., July; 12 at the  ihome, of/ Mrs. r T. ^Humphries-  The Choraliers, sponsored by  Headlands VON at the Legion  Hall, Gibsons, June 6 at 8 pm.  General meeting. bf the  Army, Navy and Airforce Veterans in Canada to be held in  Gambier Veteran's Hall, Sunday at 2; p.m. Transportation,  (R. Hunter) will leave the  wharf at 1 p.m.  still offering; as^JCT:-^^^^?^?1.^^1-  $4.50 for choice, seal quality, /  Heaith eivihff Goats Milk /for  HIGHER.? Prices, we believe,  than 'are- available :'-;'ANY-rr.  WHMlE;4oittvthe hundreds ,-p��  happy British Columbia Trappers who find it. MUCH MORE  PROFITABLE* to send their  Furs to "SHUBERT^ Hurry-  ship every.V- skin yytiu�� have,  TODAY! Dept. 196, A.B.  SHUBERT CO., Winnipeg.  Shjp, to VANCOUVER Receiv-  m^M^MP^PyiPp PP-.  FOR SALE one work J horse,  Some harness, one Villier  Power Saw. Apply S/Tyson,  .Wilsbn Creek. 71  FOR SALE Sturdy'18 f t.X6- ft  utility runabout professionally  built two years ago, seats ten,'  with storage space, large gas  tank undgr seat, ten H.P. Onan  ; enginev wihclklfteid, a. good sea  W^A-^-'v":jXj^-A**��     -�������*����4t44Vk.��     iv*-P/\T��TYiQ-firkin '  C?-BgratnIati��BS  GIBSONS on your  FERRY SERVICE  Manitoba Hotel  50 West Cordova       PA 02&7  Matured  and  Bottled  in  England  ROYAL NAVY  SOEMERARA    RU  t?iis advertisement is not published or displayfla  by the Liquor Control Board or by the Govcg&  ment of British Columbia.  SECOND  hand  riding saddle  for use on pony^Phone New'v prQ. West Vancouver  Brighton1 1QL. .   v,  boat/ FbT further information  write R.W.  Poole ,Dundarave  71  itFOR;.SA^S:rAt'.Pend\e#=  r��  FOiR^lS^LE: ::,|$^:,s';'hyl# -isox^. _&M40��' ft^ots?;with"' fivev Town ��� -  from $i:"Lddiesplay shoes,call.,;  house, bathroom, pantry, arid  lines. Summer wear for men,     util'ity   room,  running  watery  bp^Sir g|rls0nd^women< yyy:ypyy;;A^^,.Mrs.: Mae Reid, Pender  Andersons^Shoes. '       ���'���, Harbour.' 71  W. F. HOLDING, president of t'*.��  Canadian Manufacturers' A��-  soei(Sttion; recently stressed tl<��  n^<iPTvfs5c>n  and . th| I^Ipnueal;  .. BH^&k^QtZ0^ ��� Assdeia'Udh-: ;'an>'" ���  warned them tHat CSn��drfxmiJ.>i>'  alter her national way of thinking :f she wah:s feo:.aehievec.th#  greptii$!��^M:>.miwti . _  warrant: ;^0ur  exports  of   ra��t,;...  materials are too higbv we-should i  concentrate more on immigi auo��  and the eventual  prodiictioh'������"at  finished products from our raw  materials rather than incrcast-ng  the export of raw materials."  I  ����SJT"%  Blue Ribbon Ltd  TEA  .;.'.-i.  PHONE PA. 3165  1043 W. HASTING  VANCOUVER  B.C.  Reliable Transportation  1937 PLYMOUTH  Good Rubber. Fair Motor. Cfeod Body  Four Door Sedan      A Good Buy $450  FARGO i/2 TOfT  A REALLY GOOD BUY  A REAL BARGAIN FOR CONVERSION TO BOAT  1931 CHRYSLER '6'  1929 CHEVROLET EACH $50  MOBILE WELDING EQUIPMENT  We are equipped to do all the heavy work  around ~ camps. Chokers, arches, - eats and  '    ifevy duly trucks capably and expertly  repaired.  CHUCK'S MOTORS  PHONE SECHELT 54W  CHAPMAN FUNERAL HOME  Faoeral Services fricei  802 WEST BROADWAY, AT WILLOW STREET  t  Phone Write or Wire 6  The Coast New*    'Thursday   May  24  1951  BY SAIUL r ���   -^m  PENDER ^ARBOUR. ��� The Hazel Critchell Players have  done it again.  Singing the praises of this group is getting, to be a chore as  it is impossible to find words worthy of describing the fine acting and community spirit of every one of the players who so  generously donated their time, money and effort toward furthering our community funds, May 14.  By  means  of  well  received : :   plays, monologues, recitations  and bajo playing, the popular  trpup ' from Selma Park,  Roberts Creek and Davis Bay  have adcled yet another feather  (to their already, befeajthered  caps. -: ^  in thanking  the   troup  for  turning the proceeds over to  Flowers for All Occasions  PHONE: GIBSONS 76W  Mrs E. Nestman  IMMEDIATE SERVICE  PAcific 6539  nil  CAlte; TOUCfc^  Leave Vancouver  Arrive Gibsons  Leave Gibsons  Arrive Vancouver  Saturdays 9 a.m.  Saturdays 1 p.m.  Saturdays 5 p.m.  Sundays 9 a.m.  VANCOUVER GiBSONS,B.C.  For Information Phone Mr. Ed. Turner,- Gibsons 68J  M  ANNOUNCEMENT  |We take pleasure in announcing that  ���Vj.  .��  (Sechelt)  Ha�� recently taken over the  '������: .      '     ; ��� '' " ���     .��� '        V   ���    , '   '    '*     :   ���'-.' '���   ".  *-���-'.'���' _ '. y  We will continue our HOME to home service of  all Heme Oil Products.  The Home Oil Agency had been part of the  Frank Yates holdings.   ��   ,  FOR SERVICE, COURTESY AND PROMPT DELIVERY  . .Phone Sechelt 28  Sectiill-iii  cryfs i owing Company  Your Local Complete Marine TOWING SERVICE ���  AGENTS ���P-,iP-:     'yyy      ^i- '���',-.- .  j.  Pender Harbour:  Bill  Donley���Phone:   Sechelt  11S2  Gibsons.  Reg.   Godfrey���Phone:  Granthams 56 v  Nanaimo: Phone 555^--Night: 1497 or 30$ .  Vancouver:  Phone PAcific  4558;  Night: KErr.   6352  Phone Us Gollect for,-Quotations  .'-Tractor Transport No. V --especially equipped for  .hauling eats, trucks and logging equipment by sea  Losr Towing Scow Towing Pile Driving  Dredging, '-Z-   WHarf and'Float Construction  Breakwater Constructionr f Marine Salvage  1 Salvage Pumps  the Pender Harbour Community Club, Mrs L. Wilson pointed  to the fine public spirit shown ,  by the unit and the friendly  and neighbourly feeling engendered by^the players from the  southern portion of the Peninsula.  Mrs. Wilkinson also presented Play Director Mrs Critchell  with a bouqet of flowers.  Among   players   who    gave  of     their   , best     w;ere     Mrs.  Guillana McLeod, Mrs Louise  Maywood, Mrs Betty McPeake,  Mrs.    Florence     Rice,    Mris.  Beatrice  Hicks,   Mrs. ^Maiide.  Craft,    Sharon    Keeley,    Mrs  Hazel Critchell,  Mrs.  Phylliss  k Stafford,    Jack    Jervis,     Y.  YWdall,    A..  Cbldwell,    F.  Mutter, and A.  Browning.  Plays 'included, a one act  drama, "The Courageous One"  and "How the. Ladijes Club  Chose a President", a monologue by Mrs. Critchell while  the?j)rpgram ended .with the  comed^r^Have^ you'H^|youi^a  <0>peratioh?v.    ''���yyyyyyymyy  Pender Harbour  BY SARAL.  ROBERT Cook -of Sechelt  and *he B,C. Power Commission was guest speaker at a  recent1 joint meeting of the  Board of Trade' and the local  PTA.  Mr Cooke, president of the  Sechelt PTA, brought with him  a letter from Mrs. A. French  reporting on a recent convention and also his own outline  of the work done at the meeting.  .Mr Cook discussed-the power  project at Clowhom and gave  an outline of future expansion  , coming^ from *he 'huge power-  project on the snores of Jervis  Inlet.  Housewives here have been  stirred.by the report from the  ;electrical authority and are,  probably too; optimistically,  looking forward to %e time  when ppwer, will be in the  Pender Harbour area!  Plans have been laid, for the.  first anniversary dance of the  Community Club to be held in  sthe Pendeira Hall, June 15. '  A social committe has been  struck to look after all arrangements r\* '"    "  Mrs: C. Brown 'was elected  president at the recent general  meeting and Mrs. A. /-Shairpe  , will act as secretary.    .  Mrs. C. Lee will serve during  the summer montfis.  Mrs. J. Stigsen has returnee!' *  from Vancouver after a stay in v  hospital where she underwent"-  an  operation.  Mrs. T. Williamson and Tina  are guests of the C. Browns.  They are visiting. ,fcom Nanaimo. , i*  The E. Browns have as their  guest from Vancouver the  father of J. Daly,  Mrs. T. Gibson accompanied  by her daughter Marilyn and  girl friend Ro.se went fo-*Van-'  icouver. *  H. Bland, has been appointed  chef for-the forestry  department at Parksville.     ....< ----^  ' Aindi"tg   -recent!    Vancouver;,';;;  visitors  were,v Norman Earle     ���  and Mrs. A.'��������� -Davis. ���'���''  7 his and 7hat  BY MRS'NESTMAN;; .  MRS. Don Dupray is recovering, in Vancouver,we regret to report that she los;t her  baby, but she is getting along  as well as can be expected.  Mrs! Don Hauka underwent  an operation in Vancouver, and  doing very Well.  Mrs Del Graham was a visitor to Gibsons over1 the weekend.  Mrs. Sam Armour cut. her  hand very badly, trying to save  a glass jar from falling, it went  to pieces and she got the worst  of the battle. -  'Tl^e sudden passing of Mr.  Bailey of the Headlands was  quite a shock to us alL He recently lost his wife' and has  had a heart condition for some  time.  Mr and Mrs N. Sergeant  have taken up their home next  to the Cavanaghhome, in'the  686 area.  Jimmy Sehutz has taken  over "Joe's" taxi, and will be  doing the driving from now on,  Anne Pr ewers daughter Lois  is here for a visit. Mr and Mrs  Hague Senior, are guests of  their son Alfcx. Mr. and Mrs.  Lloyd Cummings .of the Head- '���  lands are the proud parents of  a baby daughter. Mrs. Jennie  Clay visiting her daughter Lil  Sehutz.  Heard three small ones -talking to each other through a  garden *fence, quite an interest^  iiig conversation, one of them  asked,   "does> your vd.ad..,. get   \  \  y&y^Ajypy^y z "  THE; HARBOJUR^WITH ,  Dry Goods  China;       y. .: iPiy  New, Fresh Supplies  A Complete Stock  .~   of Kitchen and  Home Essentials  MURDOCK'S  Marine suppL^Y  Pender Harbour, B.C.  <���<;;  }>yyci  vmme  .��� druhk$;"^: ^mjua.e.^  don't' ��� the^oltner' child,v' *jhihe  does, too all the time". Just  bragging of course, but it sure  sounded very convincing, trust  a child.  Right now with that white  coat of paint, you would think  they were going to open a milk  bar in the store destined to  serve "Kennedy's" special,;  but they tell me it's going to.  be repainted although it could  be left white as they say some  .' (Continued on page 8)  (SEE THIS AND THAT)  * HOMEWARD BOUND  Now tbe wind blows bmrd   ^  '���"���. from the east-nor'-east  Our ship she sails ten knots at least  Huzza, we're homeward bound!  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 Wavy Rom  This advertisement is not#published or  displayed by the Liquor Control Board or  ,  by the Government of British Columbia.  * An old sea shanty  See  She <��oost  M  er  Can you place a dime on the top  of the chest so it does not touch any of the  edges? Looks easy . . . but try H.  c&fffio/yoet,1&o  Optical illusions'prove you can't always trus)t your eyes.  When it comes to-paint} your eyes can ^obl yoli badly.  Any paint looks good when you first apply it. But how  will it look in five years ... yes, even one year?  t  C-I-L PAINTS have beauty  you can see, quality you can  trust. You can depend on them  for the high hiding qualities,  the enduring resistance to wear  and weather, which make your  paint dollars go farther.  J.  Whenever you paint, it pays to tee your i  C-I-L Paint Dealer first*  GIBSONS   BUILDING   SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 53  TRUST YOUR C-l-L PAMf DEALER Wt  a  What  a  thrill!   Bony  limbs fill out; ugly hoi-  loirs fill, up; seek no ���  longer   scrawny;   body  loses half-starved,  sickly  "beau-pole" look.  Thou- .  sands of girls, women, men.  who Beyer cculd gain before, are now proud of,  shapely, healthy-looking  bodies. They thank the special   vigor-building,   flesh-  building tonic, Ostrex;  Its  tonics, stimulants, lnrigora-  tors, iron, vitamin:B|, calcium, enrich blood,' improve '  appetite  and   digestion   s*'  food gives you 'more strengtk  and nourishment; put flesh  on bare bones.  Get Lovely Curves  Don't fear getting TOO fat..  Stop when you're gained the c  5, 10, 16 or 20 lbs. you need  for normal-weight. Costs :  ���: little. New "get acquainted" .'  "size only 60c.  Try famous  Ostrex Tbnlc Tablets for new  vigor and added pounds, this  ' very day. At all druggists.  Thursday  May  24  1951       The Coast New?  e octensi  SECHELT. ��� Following is  coming flower show to be held  the middle of June".  For Sale  Houses  $2820 - $4500  J.A. MAINIL  Gibsons, B.C.  CLASSIFIED ADS  aus^s  HOLY YEAR MISSION  Conductor  ��  I  i  I  m.  the entrant's list for the forth-  at an undisclosed date "around  All exhibits, must be in the  Canadian Legion Hall, before  12 noon on the day of the show.  Any enguiries with regard to  the flower show and the list  of entries should be made to  one of the committee or Convenor Mrs.  C.C.''Lawrence.  Six distinct varieties of rose���s,  six mixed roses, any variety;  four delphiniums (spikes); one.  vase aquiligea columbine; ,one  vase mixed flowers; six vase  sweet peas, distinct varieties,  one vase* sweet peas, not more  than. 18 stems or not less than  12 stems in eao;h' vase; one  decorative basket or substitute;  one single begonia plant; one  double begonia plant; one pot  plant, (begonias excluded) ;  one arrangement of pansies;  one arrangement of violas; and  one vase of wild flowers,  (children).  Rev. Father Bessette, O.M.I.    I  ST. MARY'S CHURCH  GIBSONS  MAY 20 TO 27 INCLUSIVE  Morning   8 a.m.  I  Evenings  7.30  There is no hope for the world without God.  Are you living rightly?  Everything else has been tried, why not religion?  S-  II  1  t  I  I  1"  SECHELT  By ARIES.  ' Gerald Alan were the names  ^given tne infant son of Mr. and  Mrs. Alan Wood at his christening recently in St. Hilda's  Anglican Church, Reverend H.  V. Oswald officiated. Mr and  Mrs. W.L. Billingsly are God  Parents. A gathering^ of a few  friends for tea at the' home was  afterwards enjoyed.  Helen Potts, daughter of Mr.  OIL MAKES A COUNTRY STRONG  ���:V'':'-' ,'. --i'-jV. ���        .'���'���' ,   .'".'t '"���������''..  ���  ���i,>! --��-*-,*'**'  .-!-���< Si if.-.v  ���i'<J?  WE ROt/GtfMECKS Aft�� MOVM5 ON !  In the language of the oil fields," "roughnecks'* are the men of the  drilling crews who probe deep in the earth for oil. You'll find them  in any oil field doing the hard tedious work that goes into the drilling  of every well. ���-/    .'  But roughnecks like it best when the going is toughest and moscr  exciting���when they move on to search for oil where it has never bear-  found.   In Alberta the odds are against them, only one wildcat wet"; \'  in 20 is likely to-be successful.  Working against these odds, roughnccks';drilIs have tapped more than  a billion barrels of new oil in Alberta since 1947, bringing new pros-;  perity and new security to all Canada; In fact Canadians now product'  one in every three barrels they use^���but we-still must depend on  foreign countries for the other two. To be self-sufficient we must hav��  three times our present reserves.  The roughnecks keep; moving on in the unending search for oil* A  they succeed they.'benefit andstrengthen the entire aauoa.  IM��E*l*t  ��$50)   JMPE8iAL_0!L   LIMITED  and Mrs. Gordon Potts is just  twelve years old and had a  birthday party. Enjoying the  fun was Diane Pearson, Gloria  ��� Rolfe, Beta and Donna Le-  mieux, Ann. Gordon and little  sisters Joyce and Alice. A cake  with twelve candles,and games  with prizes rounded out a pleasant afternoon.  The Crazy Hat Party sponsored by the local, Pro Rec was  a howling success, and we do  mean howling. Winning first  prize was Mr. R. D. Cooke with j  the hat ''I'm Lit" and sure  enough it was lit up alright.  Second prize Dolly Larson with  the salad hat. A Pro Rec-display was much enjoyed with  Mrs. Alec MacRea at the piano.  Jelly bean guessing contest  was won by Mr Purcel,. Mrs.  Betsy Lumsden is to be congratulated on her flair for  parties. They are always lots.of  fun.  Frank French is away jn hospital doing alright so far. No  news yet as to when he will  be back on the job.  Mr. and Mrs. Haekett are  both  recovering  rapidly.  Very g3ad-to have a. few  minutes last Sunday with our  friend Carola Forst. She was  the gal who took the wrortg.  turning this time in as much  as she thought the Guide meeting for dedication of the flag  was at St. Hilda's Church instead of Robert's Creek. She  arrived with her girls and too  late to ��� travel in the other  direction.  One man here we do admire  for his community spirit, we  refer to Fred Mills. The time  . he spends on that fire truck  astounds us. It looks a very  nice job now. Painted a brilliant red, the very look of it  would put any fire o.ufc. All the  men need now are the brass  helmets and we .could think we  wei'e in .Vancouver. Its all for  free, as the children' say. Our-  hats are off to-our hard work-  in? fire chief.  The   Second   Troop,   Sechelt  Girl   Guides  met   at   Robert's.  Creek    where    the-   Reverend  Father  O'Dwyer  officiated  at;  the   Dedication   of   the   Flag.  Tea was served at Brock Cottage to all visitors and a very:  enjoyable afternoon was spent  amidst   the   beautiful   scenery  of  the  camp.  Officers  of  the.  local association are. president,  Mrs. R.D. Cooke, and* Mrs. Guy  Powell, secretary. Mrs. J Darby  is Gu^e Captain.  We have had Lilli.es of the  Valley in bloom in our garden  for two weeks. We .understand  that is very early.so we 1 bought  we ought to brag a little.  'Mr.'and   Mrs.  Jack   Nelson.  pre   in   Vancouver   for   a   few  davs. Sheila will stay with hev  little    friends    Maureen     and  Gerry McKissock : .    ���  HASSANS  Pender Harbour,  B.C.  ' ���   The  Old-Estabiished  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 _  k^Hii  murm  Wm. McFadden  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Eyenings by Appointment  j" Every day except Thurs.  Why go to Vancouver for  .   Optical Service?  m  2'iia>tf;^'^W^JfiiiJif��  '&���  '#*  'Za  t>#  by saving  partofyour  income  ili  Tfte&a/i&iof.  Tour BNS Manager is ���?  good  man  to know.  la-  Squamish and Woodfibre he  is M. O. ColweUV  KO0UCK 8  The Coast News    Thursday  May  24 1951  Congratulations  on the  Milne Gilmour & German  Marine Architects  1166 West Pender  Phone TA 6611  &sr~  !�����'  i  l  I  i  Sechelt Theatre  Gary Cooper  Jack Carson  Lauren Bacall  Patricia Neal  m  f  I  a  I  I'  m  &  Monday May 28  Tuesday May 29  "BRIGHT LEAF"  Thrill  upon  Thrill  7 and 9 p.m.  8 p.m.  -   I'  ��  I  ��  . June Haven Gordon MacRae  Ray Bolger S;Z. Zackall  in technieolour's  "LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING"  Wednesday May 30       8 p-m.  Friday June 1    7 and 9 p.m.  Dick Powell  Evelyn Keyes  m  1  VMRS. MIKE"  A Story  of Canada's Wilderness.  Get Your Program For June  Now Available At The Show  I  i  I  I  1  U ���  I  I  1  I  |  i  I  i  1  1  I  THIS ANJ>THAT  (Continued from page 6)  of the "special" has the same  effect as milk, it is so mild,  I wouldn't;? know but from  what I havseen, they must use  some very' potent 'mixers to  get the results they do'.  The C.Y;0. boys won another  game from tiheir rivals, the  Firemen, nice going boys, they  tell me there will be some ball  games on May, 24, always good  for a days outing. So far the  games have been played -,at  Sechelt, but. we should get a  lot. of baseball this summer.  Definition,, of an old timer,  one  who   remembers  when   a  dishwasher had to be married,  not bought.  =4.'^^S^^SK54-.  ff$g?-7-<fc^afnfcgS5^7:-g  8^40^^^^-^^*  E'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 taxi will be  y Phone Gibsons 58;^ ;  THE SHORTEST SAFEST DISTANCE BETWEEN  two points..;" -:iii iiyP.'"[y' i'iy::  JIM'S TAXI  i  I.  Death Claims   ���  Ernest Cotton  PENDER^ HARBOUR.    ���  This community lost one of  its best loved personalities  when death claimed Ernest  (Ernie) Cotton.  A past president, Branch 112  Canadian Legion, Mr. Cotton  was well known to all sportsmen as the genial owner and  operator of Sakinaw Lodge.  He leaves to mourn, his wife,  a son, Robert in California and  a daughter, Mrs. A. Chamber -  layrie in New Westminster.  Funeral' was held in New  Westminster,, Wednesday a,t  3 p.m. , ,  Bowell and ' Sons funeral  directors.were in charge of air  TERMS  1951 ANGLIA new  1951 THAMES V2 ton  1951 THAMES panel  Cost Down  $1282 $641  $1265 $425  .$135p $450*  rangements.  /  trades   used cars  1939 NASH  1949 FORD V2 ton  1930 MODEL "A" pickup  1940 MERCURY COUPE  1936 PONTIAC SEDAN  �� . ���'' .  Financing  Come in and .....  $625 $325  $1500 $50O  $150 $75  $90O $450  $550 $275  DEAL  Evening Demonstrations  We have the best equipped garages in the  Peninsula. Each of the three units can and are  ready to do service the way in which you wish.  v When you bring your oar into either Sechelt,  Gibsons or Wilson Creek Standard garages you  jare placing onfe of your most valuable posessions  in our hands: We appreciate the trust you place  in us and will xlo our utmost to give you value  for your money and always good service irrespective of what you buy.  STANDARD  No. 1 Wilson Creek ��� No; ^Sechelt ��� No! 3 Gibsons  * United Service  Is Successful  SECHELT: ���:t t The* keynotes  of worship ;are praise, faitih  and prayer, Rev. H.U. Oswald  told a congregation of more  than 200 during the combined  service of the Anglican congregations, Sunday.  "W$ need a definite consecrated place for worship," the  Vieax saidi "^lsO a definite  time and definite- way. Worship, to be effective, must be  regular, reverent and responsive. Our moral and spiritual  walls of security are being  broken down," he suggested,  "We need to restore them and  the place to begin is our own  homes. We must get back in its  proper place the family bible,  the family prayer and the  family pew on Sunday."  More than 30 voices composed the mass choifc wjhich  sang many sacred songs and  hymns.  Wharf Shed May  Get Paint Coat  GIBSON^. ��� This area's  wharf may get a new coat of  paint provided the efforts of  James Sinclair are successful.  The M.P. wrote the Board of -  Trade assuririg he would do Kis  best with the engineering department to see the wharf had  a coat of paint prior the famous  Ferry Day, ."  An attempt' will also be made  to have the name of this village  painted on the wharf shed, "so  people -yvill have a faint idea  where they are".  Mr Sinclair promised to be  at the Ferry ; Day celebration  provided parliament was not  still in session' but he pointed  out there was a very good  chance that the chouse of commons would not be disolved by  the day when the car ferry  started.  USE THE COAST NEWS  ^CLASSIFIED  Peninsula,  Black  -./  ���.  Monuments  Memorial Tablets  5096 Fraser, Vancouver, B.C.       Phone FR 1312  WRITE       PHONEM;<ir'WHtE ;%  I  CONGRATULATIONS  ������I  I  1  I;  |  I  I  Marie Gpoldrup  and to your attendants  Dorothy   Larson     Kathleen   Rouse  es  n  i  1  8-  ���M  May the reign of your majesty for the next  365 days be, bright and happy and marked by  the success of yourself .and the land in which  we live. ^  Phone Sechelt 60  ur  POWDERED SWEET MILK  1    1*& tin makes 4 quarts skim milk 32^  AYLMER (pure orange) MARMALADE 65f?.  NABOB BAKING POWDER 19#.  NABOB DE-LUXE TEA BAGS   125s   $1.25  MENS NYLON DRESS SHIRTS $6.75  MENS BRILL DRESS  SHIRTS  from $3.75  INDIAN BLANKETS ,' $5.75  INDIAN BASKETS.  Fruit,    Knitting,    Shopping    etc.    Reasonable.  Prices.  BEERY SETS '..   ��� 95^  SMOKED JOWLS  piece or slice 1��     43^  YOUR RED AND WHITE STORE  Union General Store  Phone "Sechelt 18'

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