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Array Authorized as Second  {j    Class Mail, Post Office  Department,   Ottawa"  LIBRABY  j-*v��-*-:ira  a > j&i  Published by The Coast News, Gibsons, B.C.     Vol. 4 - 72  Thursday June 7 1951        5c per copy, $2.00 per year by mail  Presidential Citation for Gloucesters  Pearl-handled .45 on his hip; ECEUT.-GEN. JA��IES>:A^ VAN FLEETS'    .pins a^a>bbh-oh'the ;tunicKOf ^T.-MAJ. ARTHUR1 ;CX>TJRTNEY,  '-,     of Colchester, England, during-a ceremony in Korea recently.  '     The Allied ground -forces{commander, awarded- thel Presidential  Citation to the Gloucester 'battalion, ��� survivors of a Communist  entrapment early_ in the recent Chinese Communist offensive.  I  EDITORIAL  p-  paw Trouble Ahead  THE red light of trouble ahead was.flashed during Village  |ommission meeting when WJB. Boucher urged council to buy  it his. water line along- the.. S^che^it^IIjghw.ay ;and make it part  "an overall plan for,the_ village?'v* *'   v    ~ ~ l<  There are several other privately owned-lines in the area  Jhich^taie owners hope; will-be bouglit by the village when the .  nig awaited bylawis a thing of the!successful past.  i ,t It is possible that many priva/te pipeline  owners will be  appointed when the final cheque is made out- "���'...'.  Village council should not be forced to buy every priyate  Jpeline in the area. It is conceivable many of the private units  e entirely inadequate in the overall picture of supplying suf-  ient water for the best price to Gibsons.  Some are adequate for the purpose, such as supplying one  >m.e or even 20 homes but it may* need pipe capable of supplying  homes in that particular place, then what use would a quarter  ch| gold lined pipe be1 to the> villagV then ? .  |4   Jh' the case of the Boucher property the village has a moral  "|)Iigation but what is eyen stronger, hints; were dropped ''the'p  resent pipe would fit well into the overall picture. There is a  |riod chance this property will be bought, but what of the others?  Cost of th�� hew water system to the village will probably  ;/nge between $40 and $60 thousand dollars. This is a staggering  m and may well frighten many on first looking at the figures.  Pare off the cost of several privately owned water lines and  |idoubtedly a few dollars could be saved.  It must be remembered this council is hot oblgated to buy  fry private system-, Hard as it may sound, this council cannot  bnestlybuy a system which will not aid and abet the planned  ogram.    ' .-;��� ���*.;"'-".;;:  It would be stupid for Gibsons to gear or plan its water sys-  ^m around seyeralprveyen one present: w ������������-,  tj. The. newplan will, have to be one of imagination and fore-  |iought for a future of 20 years: To hinge it on someone's overgrown garden hose would be near criminal wastage.  Yillage council is going to make enemies before* this plan is  fhrousrh  but provided the  water = problem is  approached in  a v.  |ealistic,:honestv straight forward^m  fall not matter; - "V"'      ' Zi;::K^:v^V'-:v.:v---���������.-���-.���- v';-.'  The future of Gibsons eouldwell;be at stake. The Village -  Commission would;be well advised^to think of many years from  ll'ow. and not; make decisions for the moment and for the sake of  Brudenee.'../ Zy. ������::.-'...P- ��� ~y  Pan Abode lines, or pre fab-'"  1   rjicatioii  system.   Ejach   house'  will sleep 20  boys while four  more are* planned.        v  Local,crews are being used  in  the  construction^ r  It is expected wor^ will con4  tinue for"30 more days.  Water ShortapfMay  Face Gibsons Soon  GIBSONS;��� The water situation in this village is again  getting serious. '/ .  " Waiter in the small clam is  very . low'', rep'qrted ' Water  Commissioner James Hall.  "Owing to the' hot 'weather  there ' is not enough water  flowing in the creek.'f  Commission,' startled by the  information, will give- Water  Caretaker R. Nimnio authority to prosecute gardeners who  are over sprinkling-  Move to prosecute was made  by Commissioner Macnicol  backed by the water commissioner.  , This community, bathed in  "most successful and pleasant,'  eiated Boards of Trade ��� of th  Wednesday.  Council Helps To  Buy Ferry Bunting  GIBSONS. ��� The ferry day  committee will be $25 richer  according to a decision made  by council when requested to  donate toward cost of a permanent stock of decorations^  A hint was given the committee by one'of the directors  of the Ratepayers Association  who pointed out that no approach had been made that  quite willing to donate a few  dollars if we were asked," he  said.  Ruling Made on Who May      }  Vote for Water Bflaw  **v  GIBSONS.'��� Only property^di^er ratepayers will be  o   allowed to vote in the pending* money bylaw to be used in  purchasing water distribution equipment for the village. .....  This wiU'not be a local improvement bylaw wher^ only  certain affected sections will vote.  All ratepayers within the village boundaries or their  proxies can vote on the water bylaw which is due to come  forward "within & few weeks-"  They who pay business or trade licenses only, may not  . vote.-   ;������-:  This ruling was read out by Village Clerk Robert Burns  when the question arose during bylaw discussion at a recent  meeting of the council.:  TaJk was sparked by a letter from A.C. Scott who re  quested tlie information.  Eric Inglis Loses His  Long Fight For Building  GIBSONS. ��� It was the old against the new when Village  Commission came out with a three to two decision against approving the application of Eric Inglis to build an addition onto his  present warehouse.  Granting the application were Commission Chairman Mrs..  Nestman and Commissioner W-Skellett.  The   three recently   elected ��  sunshine-was host, to one of the .  ' quarterly meetings of the Asso-,  e Eraser  Valley, and  Mainland;,  More than  70 persons gath->  ered under the sun on the lawn  of the Sechelt Inn and covered -  a wide range of subjects from  listening to an outline of pres-,  ent   plans  for  the   Aluminum  ' Company of Canada to a plea  by    Pender    Harbour    Board,  of    Trade    President,    Royal  Murdock  for  backing   in   ini-'  proved  roads   aiid   power  for  Pender.      -���'���:"���  Meeting was called to order  by President W-A. Trout at 11  a.m. and carried on until adjournment at 3 p.m.  Matters concerning the  Fraser1 Vialley were (handled V  with dispatch. Resolutions, all  receiving approval, included  amendments to bylaws and distribution of the minutes to  MLAs in Victoria.  Mrr-Trout, speakitfg as a delegate   from   a  recent.   Pacific -  Northwest Trade- Association  -   meetmg ym?ge&;fr%e?ty BoareHofv  Trade to inaugurate a plan of  education  am&Pg its members  whereby every,: porker iil cafes,  (hotels, gas stations and where-  ever tourists gather would be  a real  salesman. of  his  territory's good points.  ' * Tonris.ts db ��� not spend all  they should spend in your district", he told the assembly-  "It is up to each of you to improve your salesmanship aiid  make the tourist want to stay  longer and spend more."  A- plea Was- read from the ;  Honorable Harry Bowman,  minister of agriculture, urging  everyone to ; help gather the  fruit crops ��� in, the . Fraser  Valley. "These crops are highly  perishable and the shortage of  help will create a dangerous  situation,"   the- minister   said.  A vVfte of thanks for "one  of  thb  loveliest .meetings   in  one of "the most beautiful settings",  "was    read    into    the  minutes.  P  !er Kiwanis Camp  if  GAMBIER   ISLAND.    --  jm. new camp for boy's at Pot-  i|atch Creek.is now in full swing:.  |fe construction under .foreman  lifelarehce Humber-.^J^V':':';::i: v  Z  fcvA   dream   of   the   Kiwanis  llGlub, the camp was started two  ijf^ears ago and has since been  feturned    over   to    the   inter--  llhational boy's club.  P  m  ghe  Eight bunkhouse units  will  built, this summer along the  INSPECTION  E.S. Jones,' deputy minister  of Public Works,' B.M. Maclntyre, -MLA, B. Cartrigh-t,  district superintendent arrive,;  Tuesday morning,;, will: inspect  Gower Point Road, Halfmoon  Cutoff,  Francis  Peninsula.  members turned down the plan  which   would   have   added, a  s'fpry  on  top  of  the   present  building,   raising  the  roof  to.  ;." abound height';, feet,''   above  level of the Sechelt highway.  The application had caused  a furore among neighbours who  objected to the- second story  being built. Reasons included  children being run over, shutting ou�� sunlight, dust drifting,;  lowering-of property values  and not adding to tourist  attractions.  J Mr. Inglis, pointed out the  old Milage commission, when  grafting the original permit  for the one story, was aware  a second story was going to  be built. Tnere was a moral  obligation, Mr. Inglis contend-"  ed plus nullification of objection from James Drummond,  ��� former commission chairman  who now  objected to   adding  (continued on page 5)  (See Building)  Water Discussions Arc  Warmed With Irate Talk  GIBSONS. ���Headlands water works was again one of "f he-  main-subjects under discussion akt Village Council meetmg, held  Monday. ���   ,.  This watery subject caused more heat tihan normally is  expected with fluids.  George Marsden took issue with the water ^commissioner,.  James Hall over alleged treatment received at the commissioner '&.  hands last meeting.  Said   the    irate   Headlands       .J_-l" . '-..'���' .    ~  man,   "If   Mr.  Plall  continues ' ^' perBonaliJefr creeping into  to heap x^ersonal abuse upon  me when I.come here to discus's  matters'as a taxpayer, I will  appeal to. the chairmanhto restrain liim and if that is not  sufficient I will use other  means".    '  Mr. Hajll ponsted out that  more use should be made of  ratepayer groups when wishing  to present a point' of view.  1' This   Avould   then do  away  the:pr6psals  before   council.  It was pointed out to Mr.  Marsden that1 some progress-  'had been madfe toward ]>ro-  moting a bylaw with a vieAv to  curing the " water distribution  ills in  the village  of  Gibs ns'-  Later iin ,*the meeting  the  matter was again raised when  Hall    pointed    out.   to    W.B.  (Continued  on   v"*^   S)  (See Water Discussion) The Coast News        Thursday June 7 1951  Th I* Murararing Pises and the Hemlocks'^  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.  L*oa5t  fleu/d (Pditorial5  Old Friends Return  ONCE again we see our old friend the Union Steamship flag  flying at the masthead of a ship laying at anchor in Gibsons.  Slajted only .for summer schedule, it is nice to see the Lady  Alexandra nosing into the Peninsula.  It was boats such as these that built this area. It was such  like companies that made-.the northland the giant it is today.  And, as so often happens in like eases, progress' passes or else the  companies grow and gear for other traffic, Such ,is the case with  Union Steamships-  They helped to build this country and they will continue to  do service which can-only be done by them.  Thoughts that the. Union are just coming back for the  "gravy "are hardly fair. Black Ball officials have declared their  pleasure that a service which they could not provide under the  circumstances, is being given to the people which they also serve  and with whom they will also grow.  A'feeling of pride fills many hearts on the Sechelt Peninsula*  upon sight of the "Alex". A stately lady, she was in at the birth  of many of our citizens, either taking them to hospital pr back.  From a purely nostalgic and memory stirring point of view,  the Union flag at Gibsons is welcome.  Reader's Right  DISAGREES WITH MR-  F.  BUSHFIELD  EDITOR, THE NEWS  SIR.  IN your issue of May 24,  you publish a leteer by Mr.  Frank. Bushfield in which he  seriously objects to a liquor  store here. He adopts the customary ministerial attitude iof  attacking the effect rather  than, the seeking for causes  leading.to liquor consumption-  Thomas Hardy wrote, "After  two thousand years of mass,  We've got as faras poison gas"  I might add for Mr.  Bushfields benefit,- also atom  bombs, drug ..fiends and sex  crimes. One can only come:'to  the conclusion our Christian  churches haye%proyen a failure  i4ii fbe\i; apprqae%to our social  ',pro'blems. -T&eiri;retort:;SyAllyke  th at ; Ohmstianity , 4iad ��� \neyer  been tried. .There must aiso be  a cause for, that... .. ��� ^-;  Mr. Bushf ields remarks that,  money will b^i-spent-in .the  liquor store that would otherwise find its way into other  stores, even that assumption  can be questioned., They who  purch a se liquor have only, a  certain amount 'to'.:. spend and  it makes no difference if it is  spent here or viaithe mail order  ���department of the Liquor Control Board.     ,.        //.  It will undoubtedly cut down  on  bootlegging .activities  and  ���that iR';;M;^e^^e?iS^v-.\/.r^  Proliihi^n ;'(S^^V iioti'solve:  ||he^Ji#uor p promem;;^^^5|  ^^torer days ^IiliyeU-: h^Pel^'  with 250.000 persons and scores  of pubs. And yet, I have seen  more   drunken v persons   in .a  small prairiei 'town in one day  than I saw in the city in one  year.' -*~  Mr.  Bushfield  asserts  that  liquor is a drug and the drinking of same is a disease. I  would reply that our medical  profession prescribes considerable drugs for human ailments  and if drinking liquor is a  disease, the chances for survival of our western civilization must appear very dismal  to Mr. Bushfield.  If our church ministers could  only get out of their theological and dogmatic rut and make  a more realistic and historical  study of human society and its  development to find the basic ���  causes why humanity acts as  it does, they would probably  be more useful and successful  in helping to raise the cultural  and moral welfare of mankind-  Yours  For   Tolerance, x  '  - ��� -   - ii n _i ii  DEPLORES LIQUOR STORE  ���:, EDITOR, THE NEWS  Z SIR, ...;:        .:-y--yy . .:.:-:pz.  ' Having received a letter,, a  few days ago, from a friend,  who has enjoyed her summers  up here, as well: a�� odd holidays throughout the year, .1  fhdught part.; of her letter  would be of interest to many  here.  ... "I was -most surprised,'' she  says ".and.disappointed, to see  by, the -..paper, that you are  going to have a liquor store  at. Gibsons. I am of the opinion  it will do a lot of harm, and  will notvattract people, at least  the more respectable ones, to  residing in; your tow;n." % ;  i<A(iso heard  a  cohverisatdon  .": GotVerGlednitigi  By Gypsy Towers  SAW   Tom.-:Dice's  smiling  face - understand he has had  a week- or two of leisure ~ bet  the' little lady is pleased and  has kept him busy catching lip  on the backlog of jobs. Hope  he is not like the ^rest of the  good   husbands \ glad   to   get.  back,-to ^brk^toivget some rest.  Caught ���:-. a^'Miihpse   of;  Harry;  faster  fihishihg ^he ^jofo  off  paint on the homestead while-;  * son Jhnmie, home for the week  end, looked oh approvingly.  Missed "mentioning the  lunch ~  given by  Mrs.   Tb^ynsend ,in;;  honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hilt's  daughter, ^Mrs George Simmons,  before  she. left  for  CarcrosSi.  Most delectable and delicious  by  all   accounts- GJad. to  see  Mrs. T. able, tOj participate in  our social activities once again.  Although ���^ot4-isi^tlfe'^^-ri^  news, all the residents of the  Banana Belt regret the loss of  Mrs. Firilayson   at the  Post  Office. Her obliging persbnality  cucumber plant culled from the  bumperv crop   and   the   stray  clump  of   iris   that   grew  not  wisely but too well. Notice the  Beatons arranging the location'  of  tfhe  rosy hued  bahltjrbom  equipment-   Sorry   they  wfere ,  trying out sky lighting when  Father Pluvious paid his little  caii. Haven *t met the new owners of Little Brook, believe the  name is Poole.  Aiid that's  it  for this week. :-:-.-..^������:"'.;i '/.'.y:  'zoivio.  ������'i-;'//U>   '���yr-n  3,rju;.  m> iViGradden  Optometrist  .���.������^v.C^6HS'-;-;-^':''.  Phone Gibsoug 91  ' v - Office     Hours .,-; -*p  9:00  a.m. to 5 #0; p.mV  |T Evenings by Ajppoinitmeht;  Every day except Thurs.  Why go to Vancouver for  Ootical Service?  .j.-j  'HASSANS V  Pander Harbour,  B.C.  The  qid-Es^ablisiied  . ;    r jJeiierai $tore   -_'������-..��� '  SUPPI^ING EAMILIEiB;  FISHERMEN AND  v;;::.:-\./;;';CAiip^  Latest in: Novelties and  ^- yy;iP^^;iPy[iiPki  '/^jSH^^^^g;^  HOME GA3 STATION  '& Mechanical ^Refrigeration  .;.; y\y- y.-^yy:yy...:..- .:.r_ ���:���������-..'-.���..;.  Fresh Deliveries oh Hand  .'. ;],V. ������''-;Always:"  HASSAN'S  LANDING  Midway South Shoro  but I dread what may happen  vrhen it is right under hisihose"  ' ���yThis; gives just avery small  idea of the people who deplore  our having la liquor: store!here.  Mrs.' F.   Bushfield  ���--fl-i.oTB'ar ���O)!.;1  (i-iiW   -t>iJtWt    m.v\.  i.  f. 3 .:.���  Find the Dykes and the  Marshalls running neck and  neck as to who will have the  first strawberry shortcake. The  Hills making up for lost time  with their weeding, the neighbors benefitting from the odd  ������J -��t /      ���!....      �� ���  MOVING JOBS  LOGGING EQUIPMENT  HEAVY F&EIGriT  yu~.y- ry^    Leavea^Gil^DS Every Tuesday Evening ;.-.-.    %  Arrives Excelsior Paper ^  I^ves^ancouvef, Wednesday Evening  A/y/v\v:;4^^^ ..., ,  >.. :������������'   v;:^.,��vv  GRANOVIEW HOSPITAL  Skillei Attendants Fur Your Service  \.  1090 Victoria Drive, Vancouver B,C.  ��bm<i MA 0137  *. -. ��� * **.  V,'-^ *:�����*',���  X-J *   ,     1   /-M?f,  /Ii it "V  -J-   r i       ��  ,.;-_t..,  .' L"IJ   ��...\ ���'. ��� PIPE FITTING & MARINE REPAIRS  i       1571 East Pender, ITancouver, B.C. ��� Phone HA 3236  Phone or Write for Information  &  "^  ANNOUNCEMENT  We take pleasure in announcing that  I  8  (Sechelt)  Has recently taken over the  Borne Oil Apricy  We will continue our HOME to home service of     T!  all Home Oil Products.  The Home Oil-Agency had been part of the  i t . , ���      y .   ���    Z ���  Frank Yates holdings.  FOR SERVICE, COURTESY AND PROMPT DELIVERY  iP.ZZ-y Phone Sechelt 28 -���-���  N ���  VS  J  Sechelt-- Jervis Tpwing Company  You^i^cal Complex SERVICE  ���,'��:  pt"rirtS'^&-'V"^  I  v Pender Harbour:  Bill  Donley���Phone:   Secheltv-llS2  Gibsons. Reg.  Godfreys-Phone: Granthams 56  Nanaimo: Phone 555���Night: 1497 or 305  Vancouver :��� Phone  PAcific 4558;  Night: KErr.   6352  Phone Us Collect for Quotations  n" Tractor Transport No. 1" ��� especially equipped for  hauling cats, trucks and logging equipment by sea  Log -Towing Scow Towing Pile Driving  Dredging Wharf. and Float Construction  Breakwater'Construction .   " ���"' Marine  Salvage  Salvage Pumps  ZkM SALVAGE I METAL CO  1  J  &  WE fiUf &  .1  ��� 'm  ' II  m  Machinery - Scrap Metal & Pipe I  ��� 1006tMain^';'yaiicouver^B.O. Phone TA 5047  Write Direct, or Phone for Further Information.  *  SEE US FOR ALL YOUR LUMBER NEEDS  Phone 15^M2 Wilson Creek  ��� ipMj^r^Q-  By Cherry Whitaker  THe wanderer has returned.  Cherry Whitaker is back with  her column, Much- Ado. This  is the first of a series and was  started before Christmas but we  will let Cherry tell it in her  own fashion.  Dear Diary: July 31.  The * boss   says   he 311   print  more columns if I'll write more  ���'columns,1 so it looks as if I'll  have to write more columns if  I want to have more columns  printed. He wants four in advance,  because  he  gets  tired  reaching up to pull his blood  pressure down whenever Much  Ado  beats the, deadline  in  a  phonographic  finish.   '' Whenever "being about once a week  I can see that the boss may be  developing an allergy. Well���  its his allergy and his paper,  so who am I to argue. Anyway  its quite simple.-All I have to  do. is toss ��� off four. sixteen to  twenty; inchers and wer'e back  in the saddle again. As good as  done-  August 31: Pretty busy last  month. Thirty five guests, millions of boys of assorted sizes  building a tree house  outside  and just being themselves on  rainy    days    inside.    Racoons  stealing the chickens at night  and skunks stealing-the chickens eggs whenevervthe thought  struck them.  (A word of advice to the novice: If you have  vto  lope  aroundcrtl3Je.,;ehieken-  uyard^ at 2 a.m. inrsearch of a  maurauder,  remember   to   put  on slippers first. It saves time  when you want to go; back to  bed.).. I must start the columns  right away .v. in fact the, minute  school opens I shall have at it.  September 31: The children  long have gone back-to school-  8 ^had ���? a: *> irtMayi, SQt^��S��e|had  a birthday parjty and someone  else had a party but no birthday.   The  results   are   similar.  Wrestled with the problem of  rising prices, growing boys and  and approaching, winter.  Saw  the boss today, but before he  saw    me    remembered    something  extremely  urgent that  needed my attention. Just pure  bad luck that I had to go in the  opposite    direction.    Got    the  typewriter out and sat awhile.  October  31:  Another birthday this month. Top man in the  junior   brigade   was   11-   Hot  dogs,  waffles,   cake   and  icecream by request.  Paving the.  way for future ulcers, no doubt.  Cooking waffles for eight lusty  appetites,  on one  waffle  iron  is an" experience that does not  bear repeating, even in thought.  Recovered physical, social and  mental strength in time to take  this   evenings  Halloween   on~  slought with a reasonable degree   of  calmness.   Perhaps   it  would be well to put some copy  paper in the machine tomorrow.  November 31: Except for the  resisted tendency to dive under  the nearest table at the cfrop of  anything heavier than a cream"  puff, the adults in and around  our house have weathered the  witches  prowl...   The  weather  has  been of  a\'windiness  and  wetness to' make, by, contrast,  a veritable tourist's delight of  Noah's cruise in the Ark. .'With  the rain came a dog; with the  dog came^'four muddy feejt and  a lot of enthusiasm. The rains'.*"  departed but the dpg, feet mud;  and enthusiasm remain. I wonder if it would be possible to  persuade a dog to wear rubbers, and if, having persuaded  him ,or her to wear them in the  first   place   i;t   would   be   too  much to ask that said rubbers  be removed before entering. 1. .  w,onder....". .There   seem   to   be  reasons  why  tomorrow  is  always   a   better  day ^ to   start .  wr&ing  those   four  columns,,  buit at the minute I can't think  what tthe best one could-be-  Thursday June 7 1951  The Coast N��-v  ^r^^s^r'rr?^sai^yy^siesi^ii^^sti&i^j.^^<  erry -fight was wortii whi!  jAli  Tags at j��br service  416 West Pender, Vancouver, B.C.  Phone PA 4553 ��� 6825  I  1  i  i  CHAMPION & WHITE LIMITED  PAcific 9171  PAcific 653&  WEEKLY SCOW SERVICE  CARS, TRUCKS, CATS AND EQUIPMENT  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 G!BSQNS,B.C.  For Information Phone Mr. Ed. Turner - Gibsons 68J v  B  usmess an  d Prof  essional  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  I  ELECTRICAL WORK  Plumbing and Electrical  Supplies,   Fixtures,  .....  Service  Sechelt Building  Suppies  Phone  60 |  PLUMBING and HEATING  Reliable Electrical Repairs  Appliances,   Fixtures,   Radios  WashingMaehines ^  Everything   Electrical  Gibsons Electric  Phone   45  FLORIST "  Sunset Hardware  _���GIBSONS  Registered     Plumbers  PLUMBING  Sales   and   Contractig  ��� Flowers -for   all   occasions  We  are   agents   for   large  Vancouver florists  Fast  service   for   weddings  and  funerals  .  Jack Mayne  Phone  Sechelt   24     or   write  P.O.   Box   28  Plumbing,   Heating   and  Supplies.  Jack Marshall  C4ibsons B.C.  Phone Gibsons 101 or 33  REAL ESTATE  "VK.\>  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  HARDWARE  KNOWLES  SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 ��� ___ Gibsons B.C.  Builder's Hardware , ���, ,  Paint.  Plumbing  Appliances  ,    Complete   Installation  Maintenance  Service  .DELIVERIES  TO  ALL   POINTS  Peninsula     Cabs  ' 24-Hour  Service  2   Phones   --   2   Cabs  WILSON' CREEK   and  SELMA   PARK  Phone Sechelt 66  Taxi Sir ?  call  BILL HUNTER  Sechelt  48  MACHINISTS  TRANSFERS-TRUCKS  ��u  Hills Machine Shop  Mobilized Welding  Welding   anywhere   --anytime  - Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  Phone 54 Res. 58  Hansen Transfer  GENERAL  CARTAGE  Phone   Sechelt  28  Sechelt,  B.C. 4  The Coast News        Thursday June 7 1951  GIBSONS. ��� Day's Knights with a total of 76 points topped  scorers in the school sports day held in the Elementary School  grounds, Friday.  Runner up was Goostrey 's Goslings with 52 points while  Falconer's Falcons came third with 36 points.  Top scorers among the boys were, Howard Dean with an  imposing 15 points or 83 percent of the total possible.   >  Bill  -McGivern and   Ches Day  Skinnymen, women  gain5r 10,15 lbs.  Get New Pep, Vim, Vigor  Wbftt  s  thrtlll   Bon>  limbs Ml out; ugly tool-  lojw fill up; neck no  longer' scrawny;   body  lows half-starved,   sickly  i "bean-pole" look.  Thousands of girls, women, men.  who never could gain before, are now proud of  shapely, healthy-looking  bodies. They thank the special   vigor-building,   flesh-  building tonic. Ostrex.  Its  tonics, stimulants, invigora-  tors, Iron, vitamin B|, calcium, enrich blood, improve  1 appetite and   digestion  m  food gives you more strength  ana nourishment; put-.flesh  on bare bones.  Get Lovely Curves  ���Boa:^ fear-getting TOO fat.  Stop vrhen you've gained the  5,10,15 or 20 lbs. you need  for normal weight. Costa  little. New "get acquainted"  site only 60c. Try famous  Ostrex Tonic Tablets for new  vigor and added pounds, this  very day. At all druggists.  tied for second with 8 points each  while Mike and Noel Poole came  third with 6 points.  Edith Jack led the girls with a  total of 6 points or 67 percent of  the possible, Beverly Gray was  second with 5 points and Jacqueline  Johnson came third with 4 points.  The shield went to Mrs E. Kane's  division in the Elementary School  with a total of 67 points while R.  Falconer's division came second with  40 points. Mrs. Henderson's division  trailed with 36 points.  Following is the list of winners.  Jr. girls high jump. Edith Jacks,  Phirley Williams, and Jacqueline  Johnson.  Jr. boys high jump. Howard Dean,  Ches Day, Don Trethewey.  Sr. girls high jump. Bev Gray,  Dot Stewart, Grace Gray;  DENTIST  Dr. A.M. Lowe  Immediate Laboratory Service  ROBERTS CREEK  Phone 20 H 2  ii  Everyone Screams....  Ou  9  r 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  Our budget system is backed by 'a large insurance concern  so ;> ou need not worry.Come in and chew the rag about  your building- worries. We can help with lumber and  hardware, 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  !  ���>��smp"��*a*  DOES THIS  AFFECT YOU?  THE HOSPITAL INSURANCE SERVICE  ANNOUNCES THE FOLLOWING CHANGES  IN DEPENDENCY REGULATIONS WHICH  ARE EFFECTIVE JULY 1st, 1951.     .  Married. Sons or Daughters or Brother?  (also Brothers-in-law) or Sisters, (also  Sisters-in-law) who are now registered as  dependents, MUST REGISTER THEM-i  SELVES SEPARATELY and pay a premium  before July 1st, 1951 in order to be eligible  for Hospital Insurance Benefits.  These changes are in accordance with amendments made by the Government of the Province  of British Columbia to the Regulations under  the Hospital Insurance Act.  . r-,..  Br-wa  KrrrfM  District Offices:   VANCOUVER - VICTORIA - NEW WESTMINSTER  Sr. boys high jump: BUI McGivern  Ron Godfrey, and Harold Kline;  . Sr.'boys broad jump. Mike Poole,  Harold Kline, Ron Godfrey;  Jr.  boys   broad   jump.   Howard  Dean, Ches Day, Don Trethewey;  Jr;   girls  dash   (75  yard)*   Jac  Johnson,,    Janet    Wood,    Verna  Bursey;  Sr.  girls  dash   (75  yard).  Celia  Flumerfelt, Bev Gray, and Norma  v Wallis;  Jr. boys dash (100 yard). Howard  Dean, Ches Day, Don Trethewey;  Sr.  boys  dash   (100 yard).  Noel  Poole, Chuck Robinson, and Harold  Kline and Mike Poole (tied);  Jr. boys shot put. Howard Dean,  Ches Day, Len Pilling;  Sr. boys shot put. Jack Nestman,  Bill McGivern, Ron Godfrey;  Half-mile open. Noel Poole, Dave  Lefler, Chuck Robinson;  ��� Jr. girls ball throw. Edith Jacks,  Verna Bursey, Lois Coates;  Jr. boys ball throw. Howard Dean,  Don Trethewey, Roy Duncan.;  Sr.- girls ball throw. Elaine Zwick,  ��� Gilda Reitz, Maureen Ross;  Sr. boys ball throw, Bill McGivern,  Mike Poole, Ron DeMarco;  Girls relay (shuttle). Winning  four: Celia Flumerfelt, Norma  Wallis, Edith Jacks,. Mary Jean  Kennedy;  Boys relay (shuttle). Winning  four: Howard Dean, Harold Kline,  Bill McKivern, Noel Poole;  Dash; girls 6-8 Myrna Inglis,  Joan Homulus, Susan Fearn; Boys  6-8 John Hague, Mike McCartney,  Lowel Pearl;  Dash, girls 8-3 Sharon Fladager,  Spnya Kjorfchoy, -Janet Cattenack;  Boys 8 T9 David Hunter, Ed Davies,  Don Dupray;  Dash,-girls 10 - 11 Jean Hague,  Sharon Howe, Norma Kari;.Boys  10 -11' Don- Russell, Billy Nimmo/  Charlie Williams, Peter Rabbitt;  Dash, girls 12 - 13^ Anne Coates,  Judy Rabbitt, Joyce Connor; Boys,  12.-13 Leo Oyer, Gordon Plows, Ian  Cattenack:._,  Dash, girls 14 and up Rose Marie"  Johnson^    Corfnie    Grey,    Dawn  Anderson; Boys 14 and up Hedley  Turner, Tom Davey, Ed Campbell,  John Bafaes;  Three legged race, girls to 8, Linda  Kulland and Jean Cattenack; Boys  to 8, Mike McCartney and Bob  Wilson;' -^   ;'' "V;"-'-'-. ���'������ ���������..-,-..��� v;��� ������'-'������  Three legged .race, girls 9 - 11,  Sharon Fladager, Nancy Duggan;  Boys, 9 - li, Bob Dachener and Bob  Wwat; \  Three legged race,  girls 12 and  up, Joyce Connor and Annes Coates;  ���Boys, 12uvand up, Godorn Plows and  Carl Rietze;   r  R^lay "race, girls 6 - 7, Joan  Humulus, Janet Cattenack, Myrna  Inglis, Kathy Holland; Boys 6 _ 7,  Joey Reid, John Hague, Mike Hewat  and Grant Cattenack;  Relay race, girls 8 - 9, Sonja  Hjorthey, Donna Hunter, Nancy  Duggan, Sharon Fladager; Boys 8-  9, Walt Brown, Don Dupray, Ed  Davies, Mike Thomas___  Relay race, girls 10 - 11, Wendy  Thomas, Sharon Howe, Jean Hague.  Bev Unie; Boys 10 - 11, Cedric  Trueman, Don Russell, Billy Nimmo,  Tom Funkhouser;      #  Relay* race, girls 12 - 13, Anne  Coates, Marlyn Plows, Lorraine Le  Breche,, Joyce-Connor; Boys 12 -  13, Leo Oyer, Bob Douglas, Billy  Jackson, Gordon Plows;  Broad jump, Hedley Turner, Dan  Strom, Tom Davey;  Slow bike race, girls, - Wendy  Thomas. Boys, Ed Campbell, Loren  McKibbin;  Book   race,   girls   6  - .8,   Pearl  * Farnham, "Bernice Hjorthey, Joanna,  Ballentine;: Boys   6   -  8,   Mendell  Hunter,    Jolinny    Nimmo,    Grant  Cattenack;  Book race, girls 9 - 12, Joyce  Connor, Lorraine Le Breche, Betty  Smith; Boys"9 - 12, Bobby Dashner,  George Slin,, Bobby Hagland;  BookraceVgirls 13 and up; Sharon  Tyson^ -Frahcis Randall; Lorraine  D'Aust; Boys 13vane? up; Ed Camp-  bell, Gordon Plows, Ed Meldfum.  and Marreri ^Kibbin; '.  V^Sacfc: raceit'girls 9 - 11, Janet  Cattenack;^ 'Pat": Wilson,    Sonja  7v  (eontimied on page 5)  (See School Sports)  THEATRE  ii'.  i -  n  ���   Gregory Peck  ���  ;'-:"v-'P'.*' :\:i*;-yyp -'" pi..^  J'12 6 CLOCK HIGH''  Monday June 11 ............... 7 and 9 p.xDL  Tuesday June 12  .....  .. ,-.   8 p.m.  Cecil B. De Mille's Mighty Sea Story  "REAP THE WILD WIND''  '     In Technicolor  Wednesday June 13 .................... 8 p.m.  Friday7 June'-15 ..... >."..y...\Z t and 9vp;m.  Robert Taylor "  ' ���   -:- y>; ��������� ���   ���' ���"������=: z^Pj&pyyy-.^ - ; ,���������: ���^������������;    ���<���  "AMBUSH"  It Will Hold You:  In Suspense From Beginning To End  Thursday June 14  ................ .\,.  8 p.m.  Saturday June 16 ......I......... 7 and 9 p.m..  w���  W��  GLACED PINEAPPLE SLICES  HOSTESS ASSORTED COOKIES J  special pk. blue box     :v  TALA DISAPPEARING  CLOTHES LIKE 87^  2 BURNER HOTPLATE $8.50  TOMATO JUICE 20 oz      3 tins 29^  FOR FATHER'S DAY      JUKE 17  Some Yery Nice Shirts..; ,  ���:  BRILL from -$S..T5 ��� $4.65 N  NYLON       Assorted Colours $6.75  SWEAT SHIRTS $2.39 ��� $1.49  DIAMOND AND NYLON 1$J1.45 ��� $1.98  Many other items,> i^  BURNS      Rendered Beef Fat      1�� 2 pk.  OPEN ALL DAY MONDAYS  Closed 12.30 every: Thursday.  YOUR RED AND WitlTE STORE  Union General Store  .;^one^J^cheltvi8-^.;';-\v^'';;':^'-:^  %  IP  Change of Date  to JUNE 14  ���   ROBERTS CREEK HALL  tw.  Weeing & Metal Trade Supplies  WRITE #PHONE^OT ���  1520 Hastings East, Vancouvjer , B.C.  Phone HA 0065 /  'WHMMHIIMfiriVUlillKaHMIlMlMtHMWMimMMWMHWM  ROBERTS CREEK CREDIT UNION  Presents *  Hazel Critchell Players  "Hi  :i  In Two Plays  "The Conraseous One"  A Drama  "Hive You Had Your Operation"  .   A' CoWdy  School Hail  Gibsons  JUNE 12  ADMISSION  Proceeds in aid of Credit Union Educational Committee  8.30 p.m. Flowers for All Occasions  PHONE: GIBSONS 76W  Mrs E, Nestman  IMMEDIATE SERVICE  The Coast News  4 LtJJIIIIT  3 Lines (15  words) for 35c 3 Insertions (same ad)  75c  Extra words, above  15-word  min.  2c  each ���  Cash  with order  Notices,   Engagements,   Marriages,   Deaths,   etc.,   75c   insertion  LITTLE ADS ... BIG RESULTS  LISTINGS WANTED.  JOHN COLERIDGE Agencies  real estate licenced and bonded agents (Connection with  H.A. Roberts Ltd.) Listings  required, attractive to retired  couples. Contact our office or  Coast News Office,.  REAL ESTATE listings wanted.  ..Gibsons ..to  .-Pender  Harbour. H.B. Gordon Box 11  Sechelt Phone Sechelt 31Q.  .,:.,.''.' "<..PP'P ���������:.''''.:���"':'. .::.'���,'.Tfh:  RAW FURS ~^        ~~  SHIP MUSKRATS  AND  ���  v OTltER; FURS ��� QUICK I  Don't  hold r it *s  unwise  to  hold Furs, because next Winter  they would  be  re garded   as  OLD   and   worth   much   leis.  " SHUBERT" still paying UP  MUSKRATSy  and  HIGHEST  TO   $4.50   for    TOP    grade  prices   for   other   Furs.   Ship  every    skin    you    have     to  ?' SHUBERTZh where  you are  assured    Highest   -available  prices, MORE we believe than  you can, get' locally or ANY-.,  WHERE/   Send    a    shipment  Jsoon -tv HURRr^ b JDept:^a96f^  A.B.   SHUBERT   CO.,  Winrii-'  peg.   Ship   to   VANCOUVER  Receiving  Office.  WE HAVE a wide range of  battery radios from $10 to $50.  See  them  on  display  at  our  store.  We accept trade ins.  Gibsons  Electric  phone-45  FOR SALE  1941 Pontiac half ton panel  truck. Good motor. Jack Eldrid,  Phone Roberts Creek 24. H  ONE Underwood Typewriter in  excellent condition. See Be.tty  Grant, Gibsons, B.C. 73  FOR SALE, Rare opportunity,  water front property and building lots, in headlands. A. W.  Hoare.: , 72  FOR SALE. Sixteen ft runabout boat, hardwood plywood  construction;^ > semi V bottom,  40 H>P. continental star, simplex conversion, bronze shaft,  wheel strut and rudder, plate  glass windshield. 25 miles per  ihour, very .economicaV, goiod  condition, $225.00. Box 8, The  Coast News. ��� ��� 72  RANTED       v       .  ..,:    ;���      V    .  8 to 12 foot rowboat on Sechelt  -Penin^1sr'~ralso -r box- spring  and mattress; S.G. Patterson,  Suite 11, 1201 Argyle Avenue,  Hollyburn, BC. 74  LOST  10  ft-  clinker  built  rowboat,  has motor seat, painted white;  brown varnish trim. Lost from  Indian Reserve, Gibsons. J.H.;  Atkinson Gibsons. 72  HELP'WANTED.  -,- Apply  MARINER CAFE  Desire to. purchase 2-bedroom  house in Gibsons. Private party  liberal down payment. Box 25  The Coast News. ,  Young Girl would like position  as part time house keeper in  return for room and board.  Miss J. CraWshaw Sechelt B.C.  Attention  'i  ������''''..'':'" ..  Single Drum  WE CAN BEAT .  a ���  ���  We are prepared to guarantee every bit of machinery we  build for you; not only to ��� cut initial cost for you bat to  ts^and up iD; the hardest work .- We replace free of charge,  all faulty work or material. There are no ifs orbuts when  you deal with.Us. 'pZ-PyP :' P :.'. .',. \ . [ v  ������'���''  WE GUARANTEE  LEGAL  "FOREST  ACT"  (Section 33)  Notice of Application for Forest  Management Licence  In Land Recording District New  Westminster-a 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 Post Office:  thence, southerly to trie south-east  corner of said Lot��3373; thence west"  erly along the northerly boundaries  of Lots 3470, 2955, 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  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  1 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 Lot 3723; thence due  east to the westerly boundary of  Lot 2913 (T.L.3715-P); thence  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 boundaries of sajd Lot  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 along  the westerly boundaries of S.T.L.'s  31129 and 31128 to the north-east  corner of Lot 2427 (T.L.12712-P) ���;.  thence westerly to the north-west  corner, tl^reo^...thencer4.uej 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 southeast 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  Thursday June 7 1951       The Coast News  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 of first publication  of this "Notice of Application" in  the Brjtish 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 sfriy  time prior to final disposal.  Submissions should be addressed to:  Deputy Minister of Forests,  Department of Lands and Forests,  Parliament Buildings,  Victoria B.C.  ��� BEN BACKSTAY  rv<>��  >1NT  IWC TKtJ  Ben Backstay was a boatswain,  A very jolly boy,  No lad than he more merrily  Could pipe all hands ahoy.  For over a century Lamb's Navy has  been the call of those who know  good rum. Smooth and mellow, it is  matured, blended and bottled in  Britain of the finest Demerara Rums.  Lamb's Navy Rum  This advertisement is not published or  displayed by the Liquor Control Board or  by the Government of British Columbia.  * An old sea shanty   .  WANTED  LIVE Wire Salesman with car  to represent a well known Vancouver Real Estate firm handling insurance, sales, rentals,  etc., covering from Roberts  Creek to Port Mellon. Apply  Box 11, The Coast News        73  ���      LOGGER/  Read the Following  ALL STEEL CONSTRUCTION  APPALACIII OAK FRICTION BLQCKS  S.K.F. TAPERED MAIN BEARINGS       '  ' USE FOR DUMP' MACHINE OR BOOM WINCH  CAPACITY, 750-ft. % inch CABLE  Guaranteed Throughout  WE CAN BUILD TO THE INDIVIDUAL LOGGER^  SPECIFICATION. WE CAN DESIGN ANY PARTICULAR MACHINE YOU NEED - THEN BUILD IT  STRONGER AND CHEAPER THAN MANY OF THE  BIG NAME FIRMS  BOOM AUGURS  SPECIAL MACHINES  HILLS MACHINE SH  Phone Gibsons 54  lage Will Use  aw in Water Waste  GIBSONS. ��� It looks as if  many buildings in Gib.-sons will,  burn to the ground without  aid of high pressure water laying only two feet under -  ground.  Council, Monday was told  that several hydrant connections were buried in the ground  along, the water line known as  the Boucher line.  Council cannot attach ihe  hydrant, it seems, owing to the  line being privately owned  while the owners refuse to  attach the property saving  equipment as the water belongs  to the village.  "The fires," one bystander  cracked, "will probably go  ahead in spite of stalemate."  TheDatePad  Grantham's Unit of St.  Bartholomew's W A. will hold  a Garden Party and Sale of  Home Cooking at the home of  Mr: and Mr.' A.C. Grant, Granthams, on Friday, June 15,  2.30 p.m. till 5.00 p-m.  June    15,    Roberts Creek  Hall,   Amatiuer  Talent Night  Finals.   Transportation to   be  arranged later.  A Garden Tea, July 12 by  the Harmony -\Groupy United  Church W.A., July 12 at the  'home of Mrs. T. Humphries-  Headlands VON Auxiliary  will sponsor a Garden Party,  July 25.  . Two plays by Hazel Critchell  Players to be held in the School  Hail, Gibsons, June 12 at 8 p.m.  F.T'.A> : Talent Nigjhit finals  will be Held June 14 instead  of the previously advertised  date of June 15  BUILDING  (Continued from page 1)  the second story.  Mr- Drummond, a bystander  at this meeting, denied he knew  about the second story when  he approved the original permit. Mrs. Nestman and Commissioner Skellett failed to  back this contention.  Commissioner Macnicol gave  a brief outline of his reasons  why he turned down the application after having helped  proclaim the area a light industry zone.  Harley Anderson, "I can see  the question from b6th sides  but I must object to the permit,"  Commissioner Hall gave no  reason for  his  voting  against  the permit.    -  SCHOOL SPORTS  (Continued from page 4)  Hjorthey; Boys 9 - 11, Mayne  Abrahms, Bobby Wyat, Don Russell  and Bobby Nimmo;  Sack race,  girls   6-8,   Lynda  Kiiilanier,     Myrna    Inglis,    Joan  Hamulus and Donna Hunter; Boys  6   -8,    Wendell     Hunter,     Mike  McCartney, Lowel Pearl;  Sack race, girls 12 and up, Anne  Coates. Margaret Haven, Dodie  Farnham; Boys 12 and .up, Ian  Cattenack, Tom. Davey, Gordon  Plows, and Carl Reitze;  Ball throw, boys 12 and up, Danny  Strom,   Bill   Cooper,   Tom   Davies;  Girls 12 ������ and up, Norma Turner,  Marie Johnston, Lorraine Le ���  Brecbe;  B?.ll thow, boys 9 _ 11, Peter  RaWrt, Don Russell, Billy Smith;  Ball   throw,   girls   9-11,   Bev  ^>- je,    Norma    Kari,    Wendy  Tbomas;  B-ll throw, boys 6-8. Lowel  Pe^.rL. Wendell Hunter. Ted Knowles  "^n throw, qirls 6-8, Cecile  tvto^-- an, Evelyn Cook, Donna  Hunter: The Coast News       Thursday .June 7 1951  SECHELT  By Aries  ���-. WE ARE glad to hear that  Jack Redman who has been ill  is now feeling much better-  Frank French is home from  hospital and hopes to be up and  around  again soon.  Was. pleased to see A.  Andrews here from Granthams  recently. He used to live on/the  old Martin place in West  Sechelt and had such a lovely  garden there. He says he likes  Granthams very much but still  likes to come, up and see a few  old friends once in awhile.  Mrs. R.D- Cooke is in Vancouver   for   a   few   days.   We  were sorry to learn that. Grace  had to go away, under such sad  Circumstances.  Her-brother in  jaw: Mr, W. McDonald of Vernon B.C-  died   very suddenly.  Hear. James   Mowatt  is   in  hospital, nothing serious we are  told so expect him back soon.  Mr. and Mrs. Jos Gardener and  Mr. and Mrs.  Teddy Osborne  are: having  a wonderful time  on   a  motoring   trip  through  the United States. They have  been in' San Francisco and Los  Angeles and now are on their  way to Mexico-  We are glad to hear that we  are not losing Mrs. JBeth  Hascamp after all. She had  sold her home here and was  all prepared to leave us for San  Francisco but she has so many  friends here and we are all so  fond; of Beth that she has decided to build a little place on  other property she has and  spend some months with us  every summer. Sorry to hear  that Bernadette Joe, daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Joe  sustained very painful -injuries  when knocked down by a car.  while trying to cross the road  during a visit to Vancouver.  We hope that Bernadette will  be better soon, we have been  unable to get any information  as to her condition.  We were sorry for Mr- and  Mrs.   W-   Youngson   who   had  part    of    their    rock    garden  destroyed by a car mistaking  the  turning   and   running  up  their road. Youngson Cottage  is away off the road and a long  drive   seperates   it   from   the  main highway but, as the driver  says, he was looking for Wakefield,  and  as Mortimer  Snerd  says, "that's the way it goes".  A  very ' enjoyable   surprise  party was held for Teddy Scott-  who celebrated, his 14ih birthday at the -home of his parents  Mr: and Mrs W. Scott, of Por-   :  poise Bay. It was really; a secret  and no one was more suprised  than    Teddy-    Those    present  were   John   Clayton, ; Wendy  Smith,    Joe    Hillborne, -'"Ann'-.  Jervis,  Micheal  Jervis,. Karen  )3tockwell, Raymond, Stockwell, -  Bett)v Pratt. Lerna Van Kleet.-7  and;' friend     Ada,     Clifford  Parish,   Mardi   Power,  Jackie  Power,    Davicl    Lucken,    Joy;  Scott, and Harry Forbes. Teddy  received  many nice  gifts  and  we    are    told    that . Clifford "  Parish did much to make this  party the success it was.-  Another orphan of the storm  here is a little mallard duck  waddling down the road; on its  own. '   ���      ' -: .-?..-'��� ���    "������ '  Key ery year this, happens,  ���the mallards hatch out -their '  young in the swamp ancl then  try to head for Porpoise. ;B'ay,  u sally one sets stranded.,. Two  vears ago Mrs. Borradaile fell  heir-toV'one .and spent many  'hours';.-gathering insects.' This  year the; fall guy is Mrs Jack  Nelson.   "/���/.   '.: '.;'���      '"-'".TV,4  WE NEED PEOPLE  v TORONTO ��� Canada needs/  22, 500.000 more people in the\  next 30 years to ensure control  of her own future, according to  William Holding, president of  General Steel  Wares  GIBSONS B.C.  Phone; 28  ;B-  ��  If its in the building or construction line we are geared 1k> give service  Contract or day rate  FOOTINGS POURED   CEMENT ��1K - ALL 1CIHDS  ESTIMATES GLAPLY GIVEN  LABOURERS   SUPPLIED  ���  WE WILL GLADLY ESTIMATE ON ANY JOB  THIS IS A FREE SERVICE.  NO OBLIGATION  l��ARN���AND LIVE  ���-��� r  T.     Jr  ,  ^    ,~ s* r I-���'?-.  In the news columns of the daily and weekly newspapers you have read  that/in the event of war British Columbia will not ocjcupy a favoured,position.  In shorty it is liable tabe' attacked by a potential enemy.  ���    ���' .       "   V  Consequently, it is vital that each and everyone of us learns the facts  about such an attack what to expect and how to prepare to fight back.  Such preparation does not bring war any closer, nor does it mean war is  iinminent. It is just sound common sense.   ,  Your Federal and Provincial Governments have started a Civil Defence  Organization and soon local Civil Defence will become an integral part of,  community life- The outcome, in case of war or disaster, will depeind on your  knowledge and co-operation, together with the assistance of a trained and  up to date Civil Defence Corps. During the early stages; there will be a  shortage of qualified instructors and other facilities, but active steps fare'  being taken to remedy the situation as quickly as possible.,  .������...'-.���'  Everyone must accept the fact that attack can'happen and ��that Civil  Defence is essential if we are to maintain our way of life.  Authoritative sources say, "It is possible to prevent 75% of the death,  i.'       ���  . ..' ���' u  injury aiid;horror wrought by,attack if we are prepared".  yvzz.z.yy.' ��� .'.������'.���,.':;.    &,,- t ' ���  Your Provincial Government is therefore publishing this series of bulletins  on Civil Defence, "which will appear weekly in newspapers throughout the  Province. These bulletins will 'provide you witK simple basic information.  ' ������������ .������ - ' i  They will give you the facts that will enable you to do your part in protecting the lives and property of your neighbours, your family and yourself-  v     ' v    e.  You must know and do your part  National survival and��our way  of life depend on ypu. Read these bulletins.... clip them out, know them  and act upon them. - . " ���    ��  watch for. another-bulletin in next week's newspaper.  THE GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUM  HON; W.T. STRAITH, K.C-, Provincial Secretary  MAJ.-GEN. C.R- STEIN, Civil Defence Coordinator This and That  By E. Nestman     ��� >    u-  Mrs- Mame Lowden is going  to Pont Alberni as delegate  from the Wfomens Auxiliary  -of Branch 1091 Canadian Legion,  to the convention to ;beNheld  there. While in that/city, she  will visit her daughter.  Mrs,   Don   HaJuika   is  home ���  f rom ��� the hospital and feeling  fine.   Mrs.   Cbrlett,, Sr,   hbme  with daughter Gerty and will.  be  taking  up  residence  here,  hoping to  stay- permanently.'  Over   86  years   of   age,   Mrs.  .  Oorlett is getting around quite  actively. Mrs Mary Galloway,  neice of 'Mary Drew, is visiting  Mr- and Mrs, Drew. New Faces  in  the  post /offiee,   Mrs.   Do.  Wortman   and  Marge   Fisher.  We   are   going   to   miss   Mrs.  Finlayson,  it  will not be  the  ,  same    somehow   withoujt   her,  but we hope she will be happy  ���in. her new environment.  jv Winnie  Browning,  beaming  while   she   escorted   the   boy  friend iip the wharf, he is one  of the surveyors party, down  from Ashcroft for the weekend.  Ernie  Drew,  h6me  for  the'  weekend, 'he is with the survey  / party at ���Ashcroft. Bay, Sue,  and Kim Elliott, are up for the  long weekend. Hazel Critchell  Players^ will present two plays  at the: School Hall Gibsons,  June 12 under the auspices of  the Roberts Creek Credit Union*  A drama," "The Courageous  One'/ and a. comedy entitled  *' Have You Had Youi? Opera-  ' tion" will be presented. They,,  tell   me   these   are   two every   >  worthwhile plays enjoyed immensely by the Roberts Creek  andience when they were presented there.  They tell me that Gordon  King, our very, genial manager  <of the Co-op at Gibsons, will  .be taking oyer the Half- Moon  Bay store. We are very sorry  to see Gordon ,go/V but vhe is ;  moving up, so^at's that;/lpis  of luck Gorclon. Incident ally  if anyone is interested, Gordon  lias a - very fine Persian Tomcat about .three.^ars^pld if any  one7 would*like**to; have Jhim,iSS  Alice Veiteh is away down  at Hull Quebec on business,  she is anxious to get back to  where the language is'officially  '.''English".. ���������'  Stan Alibone, our baker, has  a few kittens of a very fine  breed, so he says, he would like  to find homes for them. Any,  takers? ,  ���\\ Mrs- Johnny Topham is   up  for the weekend;  Z Definition* of    a.   ybufthfpl  figure.. Something    you    get  when you ask a woman her age.  Hazel Critchell To  Again Give Concert  v GIBSONS. :py\ Tw plays vby  the Hazel Critchell) players will  '^undoubtedly^ 'help to^fiU-theV  coffers pf Roberts @reeit Credit  Union in, or der tofurthereducational plans of the group-  -The    players    are    famous.*,....  throughout the Peninsula for  $jQfev^^^ ,'  [est laylM Is     Bugle Call  Thursday June 7 1951        The Coast News  f<  ;*  WE LEAD  THE HARBOUR WITH  Dry Good*  China;'  New, Fresh Supplies  A Complete Stock  ��� :P !of -Kitcliel^t;;;,''  Home Essentials  MURDOGK^S  ���;fi'mder Harhiour, B.C.  mis way  GAMBIER, JSLAND. ~  More than three miles of new  road-trail is being driven  through the brush and swamp  of this island in order to give  access to West Bay and its  many inhabitants.  Work is being done > by local  la'b'our aided by a Williams  Construction Company caterpillar and blade*  Construction Foreman W.  Bradbury points out that the  nature of the terrain has always presented a problem in  road construction. Swamp land  and deep cuts have td be filled,  bypassed and drained in order  to drive through the all weather  road:  New culverts are being constructed from split cedar logs  taken from the surrounding  woods while brush and timbers  are/used in'the fills.  Cribbing ..timbers, used in  many - places, are railso hewn  from the local woods.  "This is the overland means  pf outlet for the West Bay  people", said a crew; member-  "These people, unless helped.  by water (tiaxi and ifiri'endily  boats during the winter, are  stranded and completely cut  off. This road means much to  them.  By Gordie Knowles  (Publicity Editor)  New members have been  added to our bugle band, they  are Dick . ReicheJlt, Billy  McGivern, Steve Little John,  Roy Duncan and Billy Nicols.  a silver cup is going to be awarded to Jack Cresswell one of  these days. Jack saved the life  of Wendal Hunter and is one  of our members.  Chuck Rolinsdn is in charge  of the Junior Auxiliary soft-  ball league and he assures us  that everything is coming along  fine.  This year's scholarship fund  has now been raised and in no  small measure to the help received during our variety show. '  Next year we plan on holding  these shows throughout the  Peninsula-  lor Sale  $2820-54500  J.A.  MAINIL  Gibsons, B.C.  NOTICE  TO  PARENTS  If you have a child who will be six years of age  oh or before November 30,1951,* and will attend  school next September please/register your child  with the Principal at the school in your area  before June 15 next.  The Board of School Trustees;  School District No. 46 (Sechelt).  Use Coast News Classifieds  \'.J\S~Vi\    P'*  The British Columbia Distillery Company Limited has growing demand'for its products both at home and ia  greatly increased its faeilities oyer the |>ast few years-> world markets���an expansion program that keeps pace  and h*s built up ^ \  with British Columbia growth and prosperity.  S��!  I,-    .   'iii �����    j       I "��;'jn ..ii'il  <f i,i    ll.iilf"  This advtfriiseroent is not published or displayed by the Liqu6r ControlvB6dFdl6r~by the Government of British Columbia.  "/._..,.  Vl ..''���    :A-,-j-v  ������������������������ -        - ^   -y       r ���    ��� -     ������ -.   ���.���:.   ��������������� . .in     m. . 8  The Coast News  W4eat^^ii&Zm, <f~  ve/umSia  ���This advertisement is not published or displayed  by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia V ���  mpoum  Thursday June 7 1951  ������= -je���  An attempt will be made to have. R.C.M.P. traffic experts,,  provincial government public works authorities and members of  the village commission meet in the near/future to discuss plans*  for handling what may well be major traffic problems following  start; of the car; ferry. '. . ,".  I  I  i  n.  JOE'S TAX!  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  1  I  Roads within the village may  -get a. going over in .the near  future, according to. a hint from  Road Commissioner William  Skellett who suggested a plan  ���he had-made with. AJ3. Ritchey  may well'pay dividends ''once  Victoria malkes a ruling on  Victoria' makes a ruling on  what they are going to do toward helping repair the Gower  Point Road."  Mr Skellett told commissioners work would have to be  clone before winter or fall.  "This work is clearly sum- .  mer work," he remarked. "We  have to get an early start. The'  sooner we can get Victoria  moving on the subject the  better it will be for all concern-  WATER DISUSSION���~~~  (Continued from  page  1)  Boucher that plans were tentatively being discussed where-  , by his private pipeline would  vbe acquired by the village.  The retired bank manager,  who, with Norman and John  McKay had financed a $1600  water system from the school  to the Pentecostal Church and  then along the lateral road,  "reminded /council hes: had,t built v;  the pipeline with the agreement council would buy it back  at cost from him following  amalgamation which went  through last October.  Commission   Chairman   Mrs. .  E.   Nestman pointed   out  this  was  so but the village. could  hardly buy the line now as the  proposed    bylaw    was    being  planned with a view to  buying the pipeline. ,.  Mr/.  Boucherr  pointed njiit  that "many people wanted to  hook  on  right  away  but  the  $200 or $300 'hookup' charge  was prohibitive."  He suggested council buy  the existing line and make  revenue by selling to potential  subscribers. '  Council seemed in sympathy  with the plan but pointed Out  it was. limited in what it could  buy.       ���  Further discussion on this  subject will take place during  next council committee meeting.  FOR   NEWS   AND   VIEWS  READ   THE   COAST   NEWS  ed."  Commissioner  R. Macnicol  authorized the Village Clerk to  i  t ��� ..      Phone Gibsons 58   '  THE SHORTEST SAFEST DISTANCE BETWEEN  TWO  POINTS-  invest gate  operation  this week.  the  matter   of   co-  when    in    Victoria  <*>  1  JIM'S TAXI  I  ���:-ft  zmm  wmm  ������  CHEYRON  GAS STATION  BERT TAYLOR  ... a new radio personally who brings  you daily a quarter hour of music and  ramblings. Tune in at 10 0 a.m. each  weekday for TIME OUT WITH BERT  TAYLOR on   vtme&i^^  l  i Visit Ow Sechelt Used Car Lot  A Wide Range To Choose From  We have cars of every make in our lines. Here is the place to get, economical  transportation, trustworthy and tested.  We are willing to barter, trade, buy or sell anything in the automobile or  truck class. '.'������'������������'*, "���������������'.'  Bring your car in today and have/us give youj a demonstration under all types  of conditions. Somewhere among our Sechelt cars you will find your answer.  We  have one 1951  ANGLIA  Vancouver delivery price on this vehicle is now $1390  $1282  .$'��:'  .^��$?frft  i'.(.-.  *&?>..'!&  THE     once in a lifetime    'OFFER  We'hayevdemonstratipns by a^  WRECKER SERVICE    COMPLETE REPAIRS  y<yy-y-  :  No. 1 Wilson Creek  No. 2 Sechelt  No 3 Gibsons  A COMPLETE SELECTION  FlTfER'S DiY  - *  --SHIRTS- SUITS - TIES-  ^SCARVES - SPORT JACKETS-  -" "'vt.-  -TEE SHIRTS - SfVIM TRUNKS-  BEST IN STYLE BEST IN VALUE  i  This is the one day of the year that Father can call his own- Make it a  memorable one with one of the many selections you can make at Deck's.  Buying for Father is always a problem. Come to & man's store and]  discuss your problem with men. We are ready to advise you on any of th��  -*.  m$*wmmNEv&  FATHER'S DAY PROBLEMS  DEEK'S CLOTHES  SECHELT  V

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