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 !l  PrfOVIItCIAL I  UBHABY  i *-  y'Authorized &t &>^ebnd;  Class ilail/ Post Off ice ' ''  Department,   Ottawa''  ���"���"*���**  ly Op.  Published by The Coast News, Gibsons, B.C.     Vol. 4-  TLursday May 17 1951      5c per copy, $2.00 per year by mail  acKs norsesnoe  ay rerry  Homeless and in many cases orphaned by. war.  these, young Korean -refugees find some semblance of normal life in the resumption of studies  near Taegu.    A rocky field takes.the place of  bombed'classrooms as eirls. foreground, and boys,  in background attend outdoor classes.    Teacher,  is shown addressing the class. _ _���..      - ,  !   The Gibsons district is going  out. this' year for the. biggest  and .best-May .Queen's Day it  h a,s ever ii'a'd. A central Mayday   Committee has   been   set/  pp under the chairmanship of  Mr. Cliff Gray. His committee  members   comprise  a   cross.....--  ^section  of; all the -various organizations  who   have   helped  Vith the May Day celebrations  n the -past. Mrs.-Win Stewart1  [will act as Secretary Treasurer.  Other members  include  Reg  g Godfrey, Art Pilling, Chris  qrgensen,  sMrs    M. . Turner.  i^rs. W. Tyson, and Mrs: Cloe  ay,       .....  Persons. ^wishing;*. ,tOr-;s?enter:-'  loatsj  x please    contact   -Reg '  odfrey*  At the,first meeting of the  roup on. Wednesday evening  the   home^ of   Mr. ��� Gray,  ties were assigned to mem-  ers and also to various helpers  the community^ } '  The: programme for the day  as drawn up as follows.  1. Meet    forp parade .., ��� aft  !ndian_. Reserve,  11:00  a.m. ���  2. Grand Parade (tp^schpbl)  il:30 a.m. i'y.' '.:..':)'; Pyri ������...-.  3. i Crowning 'of/the Queen  :30 p.m.- y ':;\y  4. [Maypole Dancing  1:00  1m. zl'ky-yy/ZP: ��� pyPz\ryy  '5. Children's . Parade and  udgdii gx a of: costumes!: for:  'rettiest costume, most origin-  1, most comical, best dressed  ;ouple, prettiest bicycle (2  prizes in each case)  130 p.m.  : 6. Ball Game: Gibsons El-  mentary and a Vancotfyer  'earn. The Queen pitches first  >all at 2.00 p.m. /,  7. Intermission: >  8. May Que��n/s 3B��all of fie-,  ally opened by queen 7.30 p.m.  Children's  Dance  7.30  - 9.30  AdultV Dance -9.30/- -12,00. _  Pensioner Loses  'arse And Cheque  GIBSONS.' ���Lost ' somer  [where in the village is a purse '  with the initials R.C. impressed  on the side containing all the  cash of Pensioner Mris. R.C.  Curtis. 'v _  . The   purse   was  lost  sometime  last  week  and  contains .  ;;moneyfrom/ a recently cashed  ��ld age pension chequ^  ���������- Finder will be rewarded for  returning    this;    more    than v  formally precious article. -The  ;  Jpiirsei was   also /a   keepsake  which; has  gtreat. sentimental  J  value. Finder may gdt in touch ,  with  Mrs.  Curtis by  phoning v  76W. ������������.���������." '���������<!  '���  Burns ^tid Jackson Sold To  ..'������'������������.    , ���'���''.' ��� ^ ���  H. R. MacMillan interests  ��� ...'.'.������ / . ^   WILSON CREEK. ��� One of the largest lumber deals in  recent years has been consumated, Monday when K.R.  MacMillan interests bought out the entire logging and sawmill holdings of the Burns and Jackson Logging Company.  Announcement of the sale has not been made official but  it is reliably reported that present managers will continue  for from 30 to 60 days.  Details are meagre but it is believed the logging operations will continue. The sawmill which is on leased property  owned by Roger Green may be discontinued but this has hot,  as yet been decided.  Burns and Jackson Lqgging is one of the oldesirlogging  companies on the Peninsula having been in operation-for  more than 30 years. ?>;  ist Will Be  --.- (ti-:.  Imposing At Gambier  GAMBIER ISLAND. ��� An imposing list of luminaries will  line the speaker's platform at the July general meeting of unit  276, Army,, N^avy and Airforce Veterans.in Canada.  Guests will include A.J. Wickens, national president of .the  veterans organization, Howard Green, popular conservative M  P. from Vancouver arid ever welcome B.M. Maclntyre, MLA.  Tentative date is set for the  first Sunday <in July....    ,   ;  Transportation will be arranged, and notices sent out  informing all members of the  schedule.        #  -,  Mr. Wickens, K;C., will speak  oh the aims a��d objects of the  -veteran's group. It iisexpec.ted     for May Day are now nearing  he will touch on recent work  accomplished.  It is hoped to have Mr Green  discuss'" recent veteran's legislation in the federal government. Mr. Green has been a  strong supporter of everything  which could further the interests of veterans^ He is himself, as are all the guest speakers,  a veterans  Mr. Maclntyre will probably  make one of his welcome reports to' the people of his constituency. Much has passed the  barrier of the legislative assembly jn Victoria during the  recently ended session. It is-  befteved Mr Maclnityre will  explain his" actions in voting;  during this period.  GIBSONS. ��� As predicted  started on construction of the  of the Black Ball Car Ferry.  West Bay To Get  New Trail Soon  GAMBIER HAR30TJR. ���  Attempts will be made to have  this island and the mainland  joined by means of the Black  Ball Ferry according to word  from Captain Francis Drage,  ifeceritly rteturned from Victoria where he interviewed  authorities.  Permission has been granted  gravelling of certain boggy  spots on the present trail system whic!h traverses a large  part of this largest of Howe  Sound Islands.  The Department of Public  Works has also assured construction of a trail to "West-  Bay this year.  "This  will   fill  a  long  felt'  need and  give residents there  - a��f"better  chance  of  communis  . cation with^the-iother parts .of  the island and. the mainland."  Captain Drage. said.  in this paper last' week, work has  $70,000 eastern wharf terminous  West Vancouver municipal  council, Monday came out in  favour of the wharf construction despite strong protests  from Horseshoe Bay delegations including D. Sewell and  AI  Barnes.  Both men pointed to the  recent mishap where a ferry  boat backed into one of the  smaller Bowen Island ferries  .as a reason for prohibiting  Black Ball access to the area.  Public Works Minister, E.G.  Carson finally clinched the  argument when, ho informed  the municipality Hie government would consider only  Horseshoe Bay as a site.  "Softening up", process at  Gibsons has ended, next move  will be pile driving for the-25  pile "nests" to be used as approach guides and anchors.  "It is too early yet to be  able to forecast when the ferry  will be running," said manager George ..Frith.  "We will  do-the; be)��t' we pan to gePthe"  48   ear  ship ino  service   prior  to the heavy summer traffic".  Bi3  On May 24  GIBSONS.   ��� Final, plans  completion according to word  from the PTA, co - sponsors,  with other public bodies of the  carnival and May Day crown  ing.  Maypole dancing, a bumper  narade with Parade Marshal  TR. "Reg" Godfrey in charge,  a ball game and finale in a  Queen's Ball in the evening  will end* up the day.  Sports Day outline has been  drawn up by School Principal  D. Falconer whowill he' in  charge'of the inter grajjje and  inter community sporfs events.  Joyce Connor will reign  as  monarch for the day. The day  which is dedicated to sporting  events will be June 1 according!  to the teacher.  Liquor Store Here  Has Limited Stock  ^ GIBSONS. ��� The Liquor Store now being renovated and  prepared for early opening in Gibsons will carry ���. nly limited  supplies according to Liquor Commissioner W.E. Kennedy.  LIQUOR STORE '������"���\   ������ ���'. '   '..T'-'r   .   .  Pushed by B.M. Maclntyre,  M.'L.A., to open the store here,  Mr. Kennedy pointed oujfc there  ^was no available building in  the village and he would be  unable to open the much requested store.  Mr Maclntyre argued a store  here was the demand of the  people and thai the Peninsula  would accept a limited stock  outlet.  Result of later negotiations  between our representative and  the Liquor board is this village  will have the store but' it must  be understood that stocks will  not be unlimited or as wide  as in many stores throughout  the province. -  Double Flushing  Finished June 15  SECHELT. ��� The combiried *  Liberal Association and B.M.  Maclntyre, MLA have resulted  in, a promise the remainder of  last year's flush coating will  be finished by June 15.V  Started last year, the double  Started last year> the double  flushing': was stopped when  rain' washed away a portion  of. the  oil prior  to its  being  :"set".-v ���.-.��� ,��� ���.-.,; ���     ���  Deputy Minister of Public  Works E.S. Jones promised to  have the work finished f< definitely' ' by the middle of  Junev ���   y   .  Led by Captain Andre\V  Johnston, the Liberal ; 'Asso---'  ciatiori has been strong in its  effortsto have work done ait  the- start of the working year.  Oil hi barrels has.been scattered along the portions of  roadway to; be dressed. Gibsons  area will be last on the list,  it is thought.  C.Y.O. Girls in  Baseball Tilt  GIBSONS. ��� Girls of the  -Peninsula. C.Y.O. have.^takeji  up baseball in earnest* even  going as far as to invite some  of Vancouver's better ." B "  league players to tilt.  First experiment, Sunday,  ended in failure *for the new,  . local team who ended on the  short end of a 9 - 6 score when  they met the St. Augustine C.  Y.O. from Vancouver.  Girls from the Indian Residential School thought they  would have better luck as they  challenged the winners to a  duel but the Vancouver team  late Donation  Boosts Gross Drive  SECHELT. ��� It pays to  advertise.  In this manner did the Se"  chelt Red Cross announce a  recent donation of $120 to be  added to their now concluded  drive.  Mrs Margaret Allan, chairman of the Sechelt drive committee had recently announced  that the drive being ove*, anyone who had b'^eu missed  should send their donations to  the -headquarters of "Red Cross;  Sechelt.  The $120 was proof that it:  does pay to advertise.    .  Mrs. CX. Lawrence  SECHEIM -_ Mrs. Cecil  Lawrence1 suffered a nasty cut  in her arm when she tripped-  and fell inside her "greenhou-e,  Tuesday.  Attended by Dr. D.T.R.  McColl, first aid was applied  on the profusely bleeding1 ann  by Cecil Lawrence and Wall er  McKissoek who happened i < *  be near.  was 4��o smooth for the 1ocm1<<  who shortened on an impressive 32 - 11 score. The Coast News      Thursday May 17 1951  L^oadt  /leu/5 C^dlti  Disputed Passage  onal5  With Glad Praise  RAIN on the roof. Rain on the Window Sill.  Rain on a glistening roadway. The spurt  from each falling drop making minute fountains of light. These are lovely to watch but  none so nice as the rajn that falls on the gardens and orchards along the backroads of the  Sec he It Peninsula.  On the North Road and along the Reid  < Road of Gibsons, past the hidden peeping gardens of Sechelt and West Sechelt to the won-  rou i grandeur of the Pender Harbour, the rain  seems to add life and sparkle to an already  lovely series of scenes. .,  The strawberries now in .bloom and the.  cherries just passing the flower stage, all take  a new sheen of life and vigour from the falling  rains. ���  From where the logger has wrought his  havoc with "cat" and gin pole to the *place  where the new farmer# is hacking his home  from the brush, undergrowth once crumpled,  for all the world like forlorn, hopeless, onetime friends,, takes on a new lease when the  rains fall, helping to raise their battered heads  to life.  Coursing through the pithy veins, the elexir  of futures, straightens the crushed braken and  hel^s the wood anemone to garnish itself with  that most pure of blue. ->      .-'"������  Recent rains along this landlocked area  of ours has given new life to the trans planted  flowers. The rains of today are forgotten tomorrow but not by the 'plants that striving,  with one bare, thread thin root to suck succour  from the arid and pitiless earth. In years to  come that shower of rain today will Pay dividends beyond the greatest imagination, as you  look with awe on some mighty tree Or. fondle  with your eyes the dainty beauty of a rose. -"  Without that shower the plant would have  died  and the  Sechelt Peninsula would have  been bereft of many; of its beautiful dogwood  trees now lining our .roads, it would have been  denied the beauty of a stately fir or the old  man, arthritic, Yogi'tree known as. the Arbufus.  When next we are caught in a shower of  rain it -might lessefn' the annoyance if we but  remember that air nature is thankful a*id that.  we too should be-glad. For without it, our  world would be as a dead and arid/ waste for  all time the centre of a lifeless sphere.        .  We are very lucky in that rain to us is e  blessing. To some it is a curse but for they who  live on the Peninsula;it is truly one of the gifts;  tha,t' equals that of the Magi  The Little MmlraS  BY "KIP"  HEWAT  This is the second instalment  of popular "Kip" Hewat's  story of historical place names  which are of interest to people  of the Peninsula.  antagonists  at  good meas-  THE  largest  island  in   the  area, is, of course, Nelson'  Island. The name and fame of  Admiral Lord Nelson is far too  well known to need repetition  here. Hero .of St. Vincent, The  Nile, The Battle'of the Baltic-  or Copenhagen, Trafalgar and  m.-.ny,' "'many'"-other'i.' No>, we  rrednU elaborate on Nelson  here.   ... ! ">������>��   ,y^y<y  Adjoining Nelson Island, on  V. o northwest .side is the, considerably smaller Hardy Island.  The    name   of  Captain     T.B.  Hardy, throub it's association  with Nelson, is almost a'^ .well-  known' Nelson's   close   friend  and confidant he was held in  the highest regard by the latter even when as a lieutenant,  in     the     frigate'  "Minerva"  Commodore    Nelson'   actually  ��� lisked the  safety, .'.of  his  ship  to save Hardy,  "I'll not lose  "Hardy!  Back the mizzen top-  cail" and Har^y and a boatload   of   mejh/'were   snatched  '.froin'under  the  noses ��� of  two  Spanish frigates and' a battleship. A few days..later, at the  "Battle  of   Cape  St. }Vincent,  Lieutenant Hardy served ably.  ���   At the Battle of the Nile,we  notice his name, #.s Commander  Hardy, in charge of the  "Mutine" 'aiid' later  at  the Baijtle- of the  Baltic  and  ���'���still later, at. Trafalgar, he was  A Captain ... Hardy'!' on    Nelson's  ���vown  flagship   the. "Victory".  On"the other side of Nelson  /?^|Mau^Mffv;e;.  notice'  I^^MpK^iN  The     Captain     wa  . as  a  74   gun  ship���of���the���  ' line. '" She    was    Commodore  ��� * * -  Nelson's own ship at St. Vincent    'and    more    'than     dis-*  tinguished   herself   that   day,  having,  at-times, engaged no  less than five  the same time. For  ure, her crew boarded and  captured the "San Nicolas"  of 80 guns and immediately  afterwards, the "San Josef''  of 112. To be siwe, she came  off far from unscathed herself, 'having, in the Admiral's  own words, "lost her fore -  topmast and had not a sail,  shroud "or rope that was not  shot away".       '  Eastward  of Nelson  Island,  we   ', find      AGAMEMNON'  CHANNEL.   The   old   "Again emncn" of 64 guns was per-  'iliaps the closest ship of. all to  ���Nelson's heart. He was in command  of her for many weary  ' months,  on blockade duty o'ff  France's Mediterranean ports.  Appointed   captain   of her  on  January 30,, 1793, he was con-  ' tinuously   with   her ��� until  she  was ordered home for a badly  needed refit, some-time late in  1796. "Badly needed" is something   of- an  understatement.  .'As a matter" of v fact, she,was  barely' able   to   keep.." afloat.  When she went into dry dock  there  was  not  a   mast,  yard,  sail, not;any part of the rigging  but what stood in need of repair, having been cut to pieces  (Continued on page. 3).  (SEE  LITTLE  ADMIRAL)  Read  er s  Right  T.B.  brig  MIKEL'S DOG  Excellency. Editor /  Man can talk good on my  beer. M-an come in . myr- house,  say. he been to meeting of Kom-  niissars.. I ask him what dot-  He say nothing to.dam. After  three drink he say Kommissar  all time busy do something  bad to dog. Make big foolis'h  law nobody understand, make  Gower   Gleanings  BY GYPSY TOWEES  THE Gleanings' this we)ek  are meagre. Gowerites fire too  busy gardening to make news  However I hear tlie Marshals  Sr., are expecting ���"*their- sonr  Bill; and family - from Cran-  brobk for the 2:4th.. Sorry to  report the passing of M.r ^ S;-  Hodge, of Duporth; A kindly  soul, one of the Old School���  his smiling face will be sadly  missed. .  - The  Sinclair,  seniors  enjoying, the balmy air of the Banana  Belt. Congratulations- and best  wishej^.to . Faye. Wilnslpw  and'  Wilson 'Johnson wlio-;ate now  Mister   and    Missus.    Thelma  Nicholson and friend up over  the- week-end  giving her  approval to the new alterations,  heard, via the  grapevine  that  , Mrs Alex ��� Johnston of Ardlui  took a week off to lend a hand  in nursing an old timer up the  -highway  until help   could  be  obtained..      No      ballyhooing  about this neighborly/act. Unheralded   and ' unsung,   deeds  like these make-it a good wbrlcl  to live;in. ;'   :' .. '���'..   ;   v  Mrs; A.B.B.. Hill in North  Vancoiiye.r ..;. with' daughter  Emily, having;,a; cheek up. Mrs;  Chaster^ Sr. opened Trelawney  for the W.A. meeting of the  Anglican Church. AI Swallow"  trying,to retrieve his little sea  side fhohie from the tree trunk  on which Mother .Nature .so  whimsically flung it and that's  3.0 for this time. -  don't 'know -how  pay.   Book-'  keep man, tell him- how  pay,  water    man    not    understand _  about Book - keep. Bull --dose  man tell-him how find.'out cost,  maybe^^fre'. * understand;.  that  . /  Grouse Dftimiriing  Wasr the common ruffed or  willow grouse "the 'first' design-  er of an automatic timing device?  f Gadgets which mil turn on  the oven, cook the roast, and  turn it off for busy house -  wives; clocks that will let your  radio play for a predetermined  'timej-then shut? i&Off-switches  that leave the porch light on  while you get in the car, turn  it off, then: turn it on again  when you get 'home from the  party or  show. ���   * ���  Are these merely copies of  the. mechanism which Mother  Nature set up in the grouse?  . John Oxley, of Joyce Avenue, Westview, is  interested.  He has asked almost everyone;.-he met  this  question:  How many "booms" are  there, in a 'grouse's call f Are  there always the same number?  He says; that no one has been  able to t^ll him definalely;  a ,few hazard a*guess, and almost  :always .'^jiisv guess vis  ''fnnv'y^yyyyyZ'.y-��������� -���'���' ; ���������-��� -.������  At this' time of year, and .-on *:  through' early summer, willow  grouse      drum   / continually  through ^the   daylight  hoivrs,  They can be heard for miles,  and one of them, on a mating  spree, makes  his   call   sound1  like a flock'- put pn.the town  for a potlatch.  Mr Oxley finds they: always -  drum six times, then pause,  He  discovered   one  individ  YOiJ.NG OR. MALONfc  ... the dramatic story of a amaH-lo'  phvNiriun and ht�� nurse-w'itV! Tbi* is t  lttory of a young country d<wto�� Mtrugfilr.  to make jgood in the big ��� Itv, and Itea  daily ut 1 45 p.m. on ... '  <z4te^s&&t&.  i  J?8STWmm*B��  jyth  self.  Water   pipe ���<. all   wore  -out,  maybe    soon ; no y water .  for  Gibsons.    Water    Kommissar  afraid  to  do  anything. Can't  find out how much.cost to fix,  Me, I^scared-f6r^ take��� u6'g'.out'    the: only ohefhei(^etected^wh'o^  for walk,  maybe>w;ateF Kom-    was guilty of trying to blouse  up nature's balance..; ;     -'-.   a  Th^ rest are happy to stick  missar come  When Yetta -write. letter she  always-<;put  at- end Love  and  kisses^aMe-to you^     .    ..  ' ; Mikel Blok.  with the half. dozen beats.  "Why?:-;  Aiid howl'  I Wm. McFadden  I  I  m ������  ��. ;   Optometrist ��� :  I ��� .v': GIBSOK1S '������'  I Pho^ie Gibsbiis 91  I. Office     Hours   .    ?|  ��9:00 a.m. ,to '5:00 p.m. M  �� Evenings by Appbint'menf 5||  M Every day' except ��� Thurs.- ^  z" Why go to Vancouver for" J  ��   'pptieal^Serviceri     "'1  MOVING JOBS LOGGING EQUIPMENT HEAVY FREIGHT  ������     ;        Leaves Gibsons Every Tuesday Evening  Arrives'Excelsior Baper Dcwk 95 East 1st Ave. Wednesday Morning  Leaves Vancouyer, Wednesday Evening,  > Arrives at; (^  Phone^Gibsons 5ft Phone Gibsons 53  ROYAL NAVY (  DEMERARA    RUM  This advertise>-nent is nof published or displayed} 'i  by the Liquor Control Board or by1 the Govern-j  merit of British Columbia,  -w ~ I^AVING^GHOOL>nHS?YEi��l  ��� .    There are Fine^^p^  for Young Men with an Eye to the Future  If you're leaving school this year, you have a choice to make.  Job at so much"a week6r worthwhile career. For it isn't heces-  ��� sary,to have been.-.to university to qualify for a carreer. If you  have passed junior matriculation or its, equivalent, there may  be a promising future for you at the Bank of Montreal - Canada's  first bank, with over, five hundred branches aerbssl5ie country  and thehighest Canadian deposits'of any bank.  Your initial earnings will compare well/with those in any  , other business, and you will find the work interesting from the  beginning. Today, modern machines are cutting down more and  more the' duller, time, - consuming; jobs in branch work. You '11  jsoon find yourself oh the highroad to promotion - and if you  jput your best foot forward: And\promotion depends on merit  alone. " ,  \ The young banker earns well while he's learning a specialised, highly'regarded profession. And he travels, too, getting to  know many different sections, of this country.  Pension rights and group life, health and accident insurance,  'are benefits that, every B of M offieer enjoys, as well as real job  security. These,are important advantages,'-added to the fact that  bank salaries'have risen substantially in recent years.  If you'.-areinterested in the prospect of a career with the  Sank of Montreal, TomLarson, manager of the B of M branch  [at Gibsons will be very glad to talk the idea over with you. Drop  and see him soon.  little book in  Only you know the personal story your  bank book tells. Did you know there are  ��,000,000 such bank books in Canada?  Each contains information that is strictly  pri^a^Jea^ "money in  9f  Your money is part of the grand total of  . these little books ��� a great pool  x of deposits mobilized and safeguarded  in'Gan^a's '3,700 branch banks.  y -���Z/y ...\'.."''���::; '������.������"'��� ������'������".'���'..���       ' ���.���      . ������ *���  Your'mbriey^mthe -  ,-��� inilJ&i^^ tor';':v:':  provMeVtiie cremtt^  '<  producing, manufacturing, marketing.  TJiat is how you Jielp the chartered banks  sewe Gaiia^iaiisr . "-^ "  One of -MB; seHeiyZpp'::  ...  by yctor 'bdri;k;.  THE LITTLE ADMIRAL  (Continued from page 2)  by enemy shot The Hull was  so bad ly d amaged that it had,  for some time, been kept from  falling apart by frapping, or  .wrapping cables tightly around  it. In one period of two years,  les a very few -days, Nelson  had, not once, put foot outside his ojd '/Agamemnlon'"'.  She was not at either battle,  but, in naval history will always be associated with  Nelson, hence it is more than  in order that the waters of  Agamemnon Channel wash the  shores of Nelson  Island. .  On the southern shore of  Nelson island - two outstanding points - CAPE COCK���  BURN and CAPE FEARNEY.  The former suggests Captain  George Cbckburni, who commanded the '' Miners'' at  Cape St. Vincent and had, previously Served under Nelson'  in the Mediterranean, once  rendering particularly valuable  service while in command of  the "Meleager", at a time  when Nelson captured six  French vessels and forced the  French to raise the siege of  Mantua. ���  On xlardy Island's western  shore, two points ' are noticeable. ALEXANDER POINT  and BALL POINT.'" The  "Alexander" was a 7,4 gun'  ship of the line, serving at the  Battle of the Nile and was  under command of Captain  Ball. Hence, the ship and her  master are both commemorated.  . Working along" the north ���  shore of Nelson Island, the  largest bay is VANGUARD  ���BAY. A .word ,or two. about  the "Vanguard". .She .was a  74 giin ship and carried Rear-  Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson  himself at the -Battle of the  Nile;"Needless to say , ,she saw  hot; and heavy action and gave  a good account of herself.  Across Jervis Inlet - CUL-  tODEN POINT' and, directly  inland, ftes MOUNT THOU-  BRIDGE. The two go together,  for the ^Culloden" a 74, was  under ^command of Captain  Thomas Troubridge was present at both St. Vincent and the  Nile. She had the honor of  leading the attack at Cape St.,  Vineent,^-culjting- the, Spanish  line inZtwo and; throwing the  enemy fleet into confusion. At  the Nile ��he was most unfortunate, running aground at  the commencement of action  and not being refloated until  all was over. Even so, she did  warn following ships off the  shoal and Nelson, in des>-  patcheSj gave 'her credit for  doing her share.  On    the    same    shore,    ST.  VINCENT  BAY.   That  name  needs no  further  elaboration.  (Continued next week)  Thursday May 17 1951 The "Coast News'  3  r-m  \  * HOMEWARD BOUND  Now the wind blows bard  from the east-uor'-ettt  Our ship she tails ten knots at leazt  Huzza, we're- homeward bound!  y     ...:���������������������  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.  %  This advertisement is not published or.  displayed by the Liquor Control Board or  by the Government of British Columbia.  . * An old sea shanty  i  CARS, TRUCKS, CATS AND EQUIPMENT  I  Leave Vancouver  Arrive Gibsons  Leave Gibsons  Arrive Vancouver  Saturdays 9 a.m.  Saturdays 1 p.m.  Saturdays 5 p.m.  Sundays 9 a.m.  I  1  I  (    VANCOUVER GIBSONS,B.C.     I  I  1  For Information Phone Mr. Ed. Turner -.Gibsons 68J  USE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED ADS  Busi  usmess an  d Prof  c ssiona  i  DIRECTORY  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  BEER BOTTLES PLUMBING  Will call and buy for cash,  beer bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls made at intervals from  Hopkins   to   Irvines   Landing  R. H. Stroshen  Wilson  Creek  ELECTRICAL WORK  J     Reliable Electrical Repairs  Appliances,   Fixtures,   Radios  WashingMachines  Everything   Electrical  Gibsons Electric  Phone   45  FLORIST  Plumbing, and Electrical  Supplies,   Fixtures,  Service  Sechelt Building  Suppies ^  Phone 60  PLUMBING and HEATING  Sunset Hardware  ___GIBSONS  Registered     Plumbers  PLUMBING  Sales   and   Contractig  Plumbing,   Heating   and  Supplies.  Jack Marshall  Gibsons B.C.  :Phone:<3Jbsons 11)4 pr 3:?  Flowers   for   all   occasions  We   are   agents   for large  Vancouver fl��rists  Fast   service   for   weddings  and  funerals  Jack Mayne  Phone   Sechelt   24     or  -write  /     P.O.   Box   28  REAL ESTATE  John Coleridge  Agencies  Gibsons   and  District's   Only  Full Time Real Estate  Agent  Phone Gibsons 87v  GENERAL HAULING .  TAXI  Gravel,     Lumber,     Contract  Hauling  GARBAGE   DISPOSAL  SERVICE  Weekly    or.    Monthly    rates  Freight   and   Express  Delivery  UNIONv STEAMSHIPS  Sechelt,  Phone 22  Peninsult    Cabs  24 Hour Service  2   Phones   -   2   Cabs  WILSON   CREEK   and  SELMA   PARK  Phone Sechelt 66  GIFT STORE  Headquarters  for Wool,  Notiqn$,^Cards,   Toys,: ���  Miscellaneous Gifts  Gibsons 5-10-15 Store  - Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.       >  Taxi gjr ?  call  BILL HUNTER  SechS& 48  ...  ... '���-.���-1:--*~*��yt  HARDWARE  KNOWLES  SERVlbE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 ��� Gibsons B.C.  Builder's Hardware ���;. * ,  Paint. Plumbing  Appliances  Complete  Installation  ,,  Maintenance  Service  DELIVERIES  TO ALL POINTS  TRANSFERS TRUCKS  Hansen Transfer  GENERAL CARTAGE  Phdne  Sechelt 28  Sechelt, ��� B.C.  MACHINISTS  ' Hillsi Machine Shop     |  Mobilized Welding  Welddng  anywhere   -anytim-  Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  Phone 5* Res. 5    g 4  The Coast News       Thursday "May 17 1S5I  .SECHELT  By ARIES.  SORRY to hear that both  :������ Mr arid Mrs Haekett have to  go to hospital for operations.  Mr Haekett was operated on  yesterday and we have been  unable to find out fbow, he Is.  We trust that they will both  be feeling better and: back  home soon.  N'M'^ieed Archie Ca.wlley. in  Sechelt, evidently holding  down the fort for the Haeketts  while they are away.  Mrs C, Clarke writes us  from Roberts Creek that she  is very well and very happy.  She is staying with Mrs  Williamson and Miss  McQiiierter. These' ladies are  hoping to have a Rest Home  there shortly and it will certainly be a help for the elderly  folk on the Peninsula.  Mrs W.J. Mayne is in Vancouver for a few days, looking  forward to a busy season again  at Glendalough. /  Mrs Ed Lee is also in Vancouver for a short visit.  We understand that Mrs A.  Donaghue. will  once   more   be  in charge of the cuisine at the  Sechelt Inn. This should gladden  the' hearts  of  those   who  like   good cooking ; as  Mn  D.  is wonderful in this direction.  A    cat'er'er v of    maii^:   years  standing and very well known  in  Vancouver  where, she   has  her  own, business.  The  Inn is  very    lucky  in   getting     her  services',  again  and'  with   the  friendly manner  of, Mrs  E.E.  Peason. there siliould be happy  times at the Inn this summer.  The  Girl  Guide- group  had  a  very  successful tea held  at  the Legion Hall.., Presiding at  the urns during the afternoon,  were   Mrs   Osborne,    Mrs   R.  iv ycock,  Mrs  J.' Derby,   and,  Mr.s    C-.v..ForsJt.,.. Over    eighty  dollars was realized for guide  work.   A   short    program   by  Guides and Brownies was enjoyed and  prizes were  distributed by Betty Lumsden, Pro  Roc instructress.  Mrs R.D. Cooke is president  and Mrs Guy Powell secretary.  We.notice tlhe Lawrence house  is getting its face lifted. Quite  a nice paint job going on there  the colors are white and blue  in- keeping with the bus. line  colors,   with   Mrs  La.wrenca's  flair for gardening, it will be  a beautiful spot this summer.  We  shall   be  sorry   to  lose  Mrs Haseamp who will be moving shortly.  She ihas sold her  home   to   Mr   and   Mrs   H.B.  Gordon.  We shall be glad to  have  them as our new \neigh-  bours.  Diane  Pearson  is  just  twelve years  old  and so had  a few friends in to  celebrate  her   birthd.iy   at   the   Sechelt  Inn.     Among    those    present  were   Derojyn   Cook,   Darleen  Laycoek,      Joan      Chambers,  Diana    McColl,    Helen    Potts,  Rieta    and    Donna     Liemieux,  Averil Lucken, Dorothy Larsen.  Margaret    Williams,   and    of  course,  brother  Kendall.' who  always  gets  in  on  his sisters  birthdays.   The   cake  with   12  candles and other good things  were   much   enjoyed   as   also  were the games afterwards.  PASSED away at his home  in  the Indian  Village, one of  our well beloved and respected  old. time Indians, Francis Billy.  He leaves his sister Mary Ann  (Mrs.   Abe  Jeffries)   and  son,  Moses Billy, his grandchildren,  Mrs.  Tony : Babtist,  Mrs.   Cris  Julien,    Joe     Jeffries,      Art  Jeffries   and   David    Jeffries.  Left   to   mourn   are   also   his  great     grandchildren,    Benny  Billy, Phyllis Billy Peter" Billy,  Teresa    Billy,    Joseph    Billy,  Cameron   Billy    and    Thomas  i Billy, and his daughter in law  Vera.  -'������ We wish to congratulate Mr  and Mrs Wilfred John on the  birth of a-baby son.  Plans were discussed at the  St. Hilda's Guild meeting for  the forthcoming joint parish  meeting which will bring together Gibsons, Roberts Creek  and Sechelt on May 20 in ihe  Legion Hall. A grand time  is anticipated when old and  new friends meet.    ;  We wish to welcome to  ^Sedhelt: Mr ! and' ^Mrs W.A.;;.  Youngman, formally of Grantham's Landing. Mr Youngman  is a lay reader in the Anglican  Church and we feel will be an  asset   to   this   district. Z  ��� The. .Mount Elphinstone  Chapter 16, O.E.S. held a very  successful tea at the home of  Mrs. D.T.R.. McColl at .Selma  Park. Presiding ,at the urns  were Mrs. P. Osborne, Mrs. C,  Anderson, Mrs. W.. Kolterman  an d> Mrs.,, H., Grey.  ����� ���:  Sweden's New Heir  ytymz  Ws!Wi$y  DATE *��AD  Gibsons Garden Club will  meet in the Anglican Parish  Hall, May .22 at 8 p.m. Flower  arranging will be demonstrated  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  Kanip, May 30 at 2 p.m! *   ���  General meeting of the Howe  Sound Island Army, Navy and  Airfpree 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 snonsor 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,   Mips  Jones, is    at    Halmoon   B^y,  Trading Post, secoud Tue-day.  each month from 2.30 to  p.m. ���    -  o on  o.<>U  @;Ii iutoinatlo  VON Nurse, Miss>. .Amu?  Baker, is in attendance "'��rv  Wednesday afternon at Ha'f-  moon Bav Trading Po<^  t  Gitas Electric  Phone Gibsons 45  With Summer here, njpw is  the .time .to  .install|.this  economical, source of abun-j  dant hot water supples  Low cost operation makes  . this easy to install unit the  answer   to  .all .your!"��� hot  water  worries.  : With?;!, the-1  Peninsulars system ofKelect-  (rification^ whereby increased |  electricity     . consumption  lessens the individual costs,  .this hot water heater backed  by cur SERVICE GUARAN*  TEE  is   what  you   should |  ba,veP '-p \  Pricey fi-om $142.50> to $273.  p. Also   available   areilm-i  rr.ersibn and Circulation;type  i'vsaters for installation withj  your present tank.  We have the staff, to inH  still,. repair and advise ypu  013   ahy   electrical  unit   or I  problem.    ,  . '���     '������'���'  Jp  ^agp^i^^tw��T?^^^^  lli^ UP THE WEST?  ��� ��� ,^4-ly;jteif ??&.   yy:-y::Piy��-y.yy,  3 .   ..  of _King Gustaf Vtff Sweden; v|rho recently died.^ becomes the 'new  -  heir apparentto> the Swedish throned His grandfather Crown  Pitece Gust^f^aolf, w^ sworh in as the hew .King^ following the  d^ath of ^he;Jormer;.kihg: The; boy's {father, eldest son of the Crown  Prince,and "also named Gustaf Adolt died In an airplane crash in  1947. . ..''- "���".'   :'   ���'  y$ ^;Tpd^ltls prairie oil that holds out new opportunity, bringing with it new benefits  ���.'v-.^^i)S^d4n^'8dciufity;, ���'���  ^ _  .��� ,. \-^ciy-:^y'^y'.yyyy'-   .;..������.������. * \ -;  ; V;; j Infbur yeara discoyeries in the west have increased Canada's proven oil reserves more  U; v   thaa.fiftccn fold and the production of crude is six, times what it was. These advances,  and the half-billion dollars the oil industry has spent on them, have not benefited  ;^^ ; Gur people and our factories have been made busier by the needs of the growing oil       t  ''.;i;.y^;y../.ihdusd^.it'There. arc new jobs and new-businesses.   Many millions of dollars once  ,r     spent for foreijgn oil now stay at home���or are available for other purposes. And o��      '  '������������:.', ..'���> ^-C ;r��f^ial iniportanccV our supply of. oil is'being made more certain, less dependent on      k  'PZyZ   .'.'M P' "sources beyond our borders. ' ' -���' '  ;" ;   ���     ^ ^ bringing closer Canada's self-sufiiciency iu oil,,  '���&,  liPI IUL     OIL     L I Ml f ED BURNS SUGAR CURED CHOPPED HAM  "sliced   "     ���"'"'"     ' "���'���.- ^^P^P.lPs^ :':7S$.  CANDy SPECIAL  ASSORTED BRILLIANTS  1��>,     39^  LADIES  SOAP AND SOAP PONDERS AT JO^T PRICES  TIDE ;'��������� Large pk. 41^ '  Giant pk. 81^  HAVE YOU SEEN OUR NEW STOCK OF DRY GOODS?  l^      General Store  *       ��������� , ���-���,',';..���'���:��� ., -. *  ; v    Phone Sechelt 18  The Coast- News..  CLA//iriED  3  Lines  (15 ..words) for 35c 3  Insertions  (same  ad)  75c  Extra  words,  above   15-word  mih.  2c  each  ... ��� Cash  with  order  Notices,   Engagements,   Marriages,   Deaths,   etc.,   75c   insertion  LITTLE ADS ... fclG RESULTS  LISTINGS WANTED. ���"',  JOHN COLERIDGE Agencies  real estate licenced and bon-  ' ded^ 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 '..Pender  Harbour. H.B. Gordon Box 11  SecWlt Phone Sechelt 31Q.  P'PZZPOP'    Tfn  RAW FURS  .it-Y:':.  MUSKRATS AND OTHER B.  C.  Purs still  wanted ��� ship  IMMEDIATELY: 4fShubert\';  still  off erihg^ as HIGH <AS:: r . FOR SALE  WE HAVE a wide range of  battery radios from $10 to $50.*  See  them  on  display   at   our  store.  We  accept trade ins.  Gibsons' Electric   phone   45  WHAT IS SACA-PELO?  Saca - Pelo is the most remarkable   scientific   discovery  of the age, which will perma-f���/  nently  kill the   roots   of   all ;  superfluous hair.- Saca -peloid  contains no drug or chemiealy;^'  and. can be applied easily mf:  the privacy of your own homeK  ��� or in  '     ������;:-'.        ..; , ������(���?. ���'"  ilOR-BEER  LABORATORIES  679  Granville  St.   Vancouver,  B.C/        ���,-,  $4.50  for choice, seah quality;  .    Extra,  Extra  Large; MUSIC-  RATS and Highest/Prevailing"  Pricids    for     other;; Furs; ���-  IIIGHERs Prices,  we .believe^  than    are    available    ANY;���Z  WimMiJom the hundreds of  ,happy ^British\ Columbia Trappers who find it^MUCH MORE  ���  PROFITABLE  to: seiid  their  .Furs to:;^HUfiERT.^:V;'Huri7r.  y ship    every., skin   you ��� have, .-���  TdDAY!    iDepfj.    196,    A,B.  ; SHUBERT -CQ. ���. Winnipeg.  Ship to VANCOUVER Receiving Office. ' ������.. ;'     .'''  WANTijD ,;, ..  . ��� ...  ; RUNNING Shoes of, all kinds  and sizes for May 24. Full line  of vvhite and Phiy Shoes. ���  Andersons'Shoe Store. Gibsons..'  GHRIS CRAFT marine engine  16 II.P. Paragbii' clutch and  reduction gear A.l. condition  $800. Apply 2699 E., 54 Ave.,  Vancouver. Phone FR1769  D..G. Byers.    \  Gower Point Road Thoroughly good five room home (1948)  Full plumbing^ electricity. ���  going with: furniture at $4800.  C.  Gosling R.R.I  Gibsons.  '   '   ' 69  Halfmoon Bay  BY MRS K. RAVEN  MOST tragic news-of recent  weeks is the death of Flemming  Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs.  Peterson of Halfmoon Bay. He  was fatally injured by a snag  April 26 While falling for K.  O.L.  Eflemming was one of the  most popular boys in the Bay,  and an exceptionally good badminton player, he will be sadly  missed, and our deepest sympathy is extended to his  parents.  A'beautiful and impressive  ceremony, was held in Marian  Hall, which w;as packed.> It  was in Danish and presided  over by the new Danish minister recently arrived from  Denmark. i  Funeral services were in  chargei of Graham's Funeral  Home. The body will be cremated and the ashes sent home  to Denmark.  "En sidste ; Tanke til  Flemming paa hans lange en-  somme Rejse til lille Danmark.  Gud velsigne Dig for de mange  glade Minder ' som bliver tillage her af Dig."  LOCAL INTEREST  * The V.O.N, held its regular  monthly meeting at the home  of Mrs. Scott, Redroof's. Mrs  Mary Pratt resigned as secretary and Mrs. Mabel Mayson  was elected in her place.  Because of Mrs. Prajtt.-'s ini  minent departure from ihe Bay  the meeting was 'then turned  into a. social evening,, with  ev.er\vone wishing Mrs. Pratt  success and happiness in her  new home in Vancouver. Next  meeting will beJune 12 at the  home of President. Mrs.  Burroughs. Mrs. W. Kolterman  and Mrs; Peterson will be co-  hostesses. '���'���'���������-  Mrs. Burroughs held an "At.  Home" on Friday April 27,  honoring newlyweds . Mr. and  r Mrs. Bud Stewart, the bride,  is the former Jean Hill of  Vancouver, a graduate of St.  Pauls Hospital.  Z   Bud is well known here as  ���he works for Rotter Logging  Company.  A gift  of all wool  blankets and embroidered pillow   cases  were   presented   to  the happy pair who will make  their home  here.  ' A farewell tea was held at  the    home    of     Mrs.     Grace  Rutherford,  Wednesday,   May  2) ��� guest  of honor   was   Mfrs  Mary Pratt, other guests were,  Mrs;  Frost,   Mrs. v Rtobilliard,  Mrs.. Meuse,   Mrs.,, Burroughs, /  Mrs.  Scott,   MrsL*Kolterman,  Mrs. II.:land; G. Nygaard, Mrs. y-\  Axoni,  Mrs^Burns;; and  Mrs.    j  Claydon.  It was a very successful j  party, presided over by v. a {  charming hostess.  On leaving,  "JLIVE WIRE''salesman with    Health giving Goats Milk for  car to represent a wen-known    sale, 2i5��^ quart^ deUvered,  Vancouver  Real.;.:Es��'$te^(ftr'*ri' ^f&edrgeTChapmanr Gibsops  handling   insurance, ��� sales,  ���-,. ; 70  rentals, etc!, covering area from    \.     xnnvr ���       ��-P j   ~. +  Roberts Creek to P^rt Mellon.     A^ 'NE^>  sPrm��  fllled  mat~  DiVtyL&P ROCK LOBSTER  ���WANTED. W> v. ���:��� v/V:, ,-..;'.;,;���  RENT, Buy or borrow kindergarten chairs^ also noni electric,  small'Record ; player. Miss W.  New. Gibsons, B.C.   > :  WANTED" to' rent "on \&: "year?  lease a modern house, furnished'  or  unfurnished- : Centrally "lo-^  ca^d; in;   Gibsons,    careful  .tenants.   -Apply    Box- 9  The  GoasV News, Gibsons.  "��� FOR SALE Lot in Gibsons  Central Location on- water and  light. )Bo>; 6; Goa^t News. ;::;;;���  "'������ '������   ���      .LI    ���I��� I I Jr UN- ��� ������������������>���-   I       ������   ��������� I      'l-        ������ ������! I      ���������    .  LOST small brown purse 'containing money and key! Advise  .The.JCo'ast -News'.:y ypyy P.'.':  FOR sale 10 acres 3% cleared  fruit trees, small fruit, nut  trees, 6'rbom hohse, barn, wood  shed and chicken, house and  run etc. Apply Clare H.  Chamberlain Gibsons B.C.  ru:.y(:m^..-Z.    ���'>��� ���'.::.-.:������'.   -69-  FOR ^ALE ��� First class Le-  clerc; Loohi; 45 inch, new con-;  ditiph,   warping  mill,   bench,  three  reeds.    For particulars  phone   or   apply/BV.J:   Lang  Sechelt B.C. 69  FOR SAIaE^ one ^6rk| horse, y  Spnie������:������������'��� harness,, one ^ Villier [.  Power  Saw. lA.pplyv;V'JS'?: Tysorii, \  Wilson  Creek.    ���. PyPP'pJli  tT>. ���, o  2 caoi South African "o*-lob**r. M hu,.���  2 fobfespoons flour  ?'/i eujM"��i"f ���   ' ���   ���.  I  teaspoon mincta oniom  "' I  teaspoon solt  I   feojpoo" paprika  I  teaspoon Worcestorshtrm souco  t/d  teaspoon dry mustard .-.,>.  I  teaspoon lemon juico  3 hard-cooked, t^gs v ..  Gut South African Rock Lobster in  churtics;-Melt margarine or Butter,  blend in flour and add milk gradu-  aly. Heat, stirring constantly, until  sauce is thickened. Add lobster,,  minced onion and seasonings.^Chop,  egg^hite; fine and add to sauce. Fill  rlmekins/sheHs or baking dish with  mature; Mash egg yolks anduaej*  garnish. Bake in a moderate oven  (400��P.) 15 minutes. Serves 4, to 6.  Thursday May 17 1951      The Coast News  Mrs. Pratt was presented with,  perfume, cologne, a souvenir  handkerchief and a corsage of  roses.  Visiting Mrs. Hanney are her  mother and brother, Mrs Zelda  Paise Marke.  Other visitors also are "Mrs.  Cameron   and Mrs D.Cameron,  mother  aiid   sister  of   Lloyd  Cameron.  Mr. and Mrs. Warnock,  visited Mrs. Burroughs, Sunday on their seine boat, the  "Kerry W".  Mr. and Mrs. George Simpson  have returned from their trip  to Australia. Mr. Simpson  entered hospital Friday for an  operation. They. will be opening their summer home soon.  The Alpha Phsi Sorority of  U.B.G. were, up for their annual get . - together at Red-  roof's  Vancouver's Chinatown  //LOOK FOR MINDS BID NEON SIGN fll//,  f   147 E. PENDER>3S  ��i  BURNS & JACKSON  SAWMILL  SEE US FOR ALL YOUR-LUMBER NEEDS  Pnone 15 M 2 Wilson Creek  ���m  SECHELT    THEATRE  An all'Star Cast  in -  "BATTLEGROUND"  Monday May 21  7 and 9 p.m.  Tuesday May 22   8 p.m.  "TWO FLAGS WEST"  with  Joseph Cotton Cornel Wilde  Linda Darnell        ' Jeff Chandler  Wednesday May 23    8 p.m.  . Friday May 25 7 and 9 p.m.  NEPTUNE'S  DAUGHTER"  in technicolor  Red Skelton Esther Williams  i    Thursday May 24       8  p.m.  Saturday May 26 . . 7 and 9 p.m.  1 In our .View Room overlooking,the rippling waters  H   of the scenic Gulf of Georgia.  I EUROPEAN  Breakfast  Lunch  Dinner- .,  ��� 2  ft  Special Attention to Family Groups  nzypp  Phone Sechelt 17 for Reservations The Coast News      Thursday May 17 1951  fpQODFO* WOU&ffr... 3t0<PiMk7^fftP{  wit iffc s&nhsma'chocolatemat  fMN7$7lB)iH TOPBOlLEB OVEPSWUNG  I. 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BCD-W3  Tfiis advertisement is hot published.or displayed  {by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia  This and That  BY MRS NESTMAN"  IllriessTof her sister has taken  Mrs  El .Sergeant to  Detroit.  It's   a   pleasure   trip   to   Los  Angeles,  for the very fortunate   Mrs ; Mark  Anctil.  Claire  Veiteh  is  home   enjoying   28  days  of vacation,  after  some  strenuous  examinations.  After  attending the graduation class  of the recent St. Paul?s newest   RN's,   Claire   said   "How  could you quit now, with t)hat  wonderful goal. The most awe  inspiring sight", was the way  Claire felt about it.-We cert-,  ainly  hope to  see her in the  ' RN  class   one   of  these  days,  and wish her well.   ,  Mr and M>s Clark Woodside  are away to Edmonton for  three weeks, to visit a son  there. I made a trip to Port  Mellon last week, (reason for*  a short column this week)  after being' in Gibsons,, almost  eight years, this was my first  trip down there. Quite a place,  a beehive of industry. No  doubt when they get organized  it will be OK. Didn't feel a bit,  lonely, there are so many fam-  ilier faces from Gibsons there,  I felt as if I were at home.  Noticed Roy Gray, down there  for the week end. Wilf Gray  is a very busy man, with the  Post -. office, and a very fine  grocery and Commissary store  there. Vinee and Anne Prewer,  going concerns with, cafe andr  drug store, > with requests for  everything, from Baby oil to  airwick. It's amusing to have  the men come in for washing  soap, and darning wool, easy  to. see that they are batching.  Right now its "organized confusion." but it will take time,  more and more men coming in  daily. It certainly will be a  blessing when? the road goes  through,     t    ���  Wilf Blair is the new /addition/to the Coast News staff.  Walt Nygren, \Herby Winn,  Morry Nygren, have left for  f+he fishing grounds, Morrie  Dupray, just about ready to  .���   leave.       ".- -������/ ' ,  Vanguard of , our summer  are arriving, Mr and Mrs S.  Frost, have taken up residence  until the fall. Mr and Mrs S.  Por,teous are home from a three  months trip to Florida, ehroute ���  they visited with their son and  his family in Minneapolis.  Mrsi J. Horn.; of- Vancouver,  spent the weekend . as guest*  of Mrs Stanley Benn, she  visited her many friends prior'  to leaving for a four months  trip to her old home in  Scotland. \  Mrs  Earl  McNair  and  her  daughter    Anne,    have    been  visiting    heir    mother,     Mrs     '  Faulkes. Mrs S.J. Morrison of    j  "Langholm'',    returned    last    ]  week  from San  M:ateo  Cali-    j  fornia. She had been the guest    j  , of:her daughter,:Mrs Q. Tupper  for the winter; Enroute home  she attended the -wedding of- a'  y great - grandson;in^ah^ouyer,}-  this isflier; sec!ondvtrip by juahe j  and it ''is;'ihte^sting/td'^know-  that  Mrs Morrison; jufct celebrated  her  86th  birthd_ay  on.  May  6.  We congratulate" this  very active little lady.  Mr and Mrs :H. MacDonald/  are visiting his mother, Mrs R:  MacDoriald.       ;    ���"  /  Mrs Thorburn/lost $30 between her home and the Bank,  purse   with,.key   and   money  Mrs  Helen   McKay   lost - her.  between  Grantham's  Landing  and   Gibsons.   Any   finders?  The^VON Nurse is very busy,  for April she ha<i;26hew cases,  made. .128 visits, an increase o�� ������  42 over March; Held clinic for .'  Residential School Pupils; and;  f or Mdian Babies. Fivefull pay  visitstr and; 2S part pay. total  of ($29.00).     1  (continued Oh page 7)      '  (SEE THIS AND THAT)  wm  y  n  u  1.  HOLY YEAR MISSM  Conductor  Rev. Father Bessette, 0.M.L  ST. MARY'S CHURCH  GIBSONS  MAY 20 TO 27 INCLUSIVE  Morning  .'   8 a.m.  Evenings          7.30  There is no hope for the world without, God.  Are you living rightly?    r'.- -- -^fssy - -p.*���=- ?-/>- ���,  Everything else has been tried, why not religion?  fc��S*-!--S  ANNOUNCEMENT  *  We take pleasure in announcing that  Hansen's Transfer  (Sechelt)  t  Has recently taken over the  Home Oil Agency  v. l  We will continue our HOME to borne service of  all Home Oil Products.  The Home Oil Agency had been part of the  Frank Yates holdings.  FOB SERVICE, COURTESY AND PROMPT DELIVERY  Phone Sechelt 28  Sechelt*Jervis Towing Company  Your Local Complete Marine TOWING SERVICE  AGENTS:��� ,    '  Pender Harbour:  Bill  Donley���Phone:  Sechelt  11S2  Gibsons.  Reg.  Godfrey���Phone:  Granthams  56   ,  Nanaimo: Phone 555���Night: 1497 or'305  Vancouver':  Phone  PAcific  4558;   Night: KErr.   6352  Phorife Us Collect for Quotations  "Tractor Transport Norl"��� especially equipped for.  hauling eats, trucks and logging equipment by sea  Log Towing, Scow Towing Pile Driving  Dredging ' Wharf and Float Construction  Breakwater Construction Marine Salvage  Salvage Pumps " WE LEAD  THE HARBOIJR WITH  *k,-y&ry. Goods-...yy^y^ ���  Cljina  |      New, Fresh Supplies  ,   A Complete Stock  /'    of Kitchen and  /      Home Essentials  MURDOCHS  Marine supply  I Pender Harbour, B;C.  %  fei^^'-fe^y""-*?^  HILDREtfS  toOROTHY KIRSTEN was,  /brought to Hollywood from the.  Metropolitan Opera House toping with Mario Lanza in,  jfcf-G-M'a big Technicolor picture,. "The Gr,eat Caru80.**(  Alx>ve�� you see her as "Lucia**  In a sequence from "Lucia dS  |Lammermoor<*r  n  I  1  1  Ik  W^Mjp^^m^&^P&B^^'z 1  DENTAL NOTICE  DR.A.M. LOWE; DENTIST  v;:;i;fejj^':^,;/-.-  Piyyyin^.^STtBim PRACTISE  at his  Pi  m  1/r  m-y  Roberts Creek Office  Phone 20 H2  I  |  i  j  B  1  1  1'  m'sinfomf  //  A star performer in any  ;|v gathering ./; Captain Morgan is Canada's largest selling  %ZP." rum* Blac^ Label is extra smooth and flavburful���Gold Label  -    Is rich and fuli-bodied. Both brands inalce taste-tempting drinks.  THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS NOT PUBLISHED OR DISPLAYED BY THE UQUOR CONTROL BOARD OR BY  THE GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  I  ��'���  SKI wjs uses LTD  NOTICE  i  I  g/  lv.  trips will he operated  IK SUNDAYS as follows. ��  Lv. 'Gibsons., ,        Lv.   Horseshoe  Bay  1.30  p.m.  \  2.45  p.m.  la  I  , PACIFIC STAGE LINES    '    / . . |  Connecting bus leaves Vancouver at 1.40 p.m. |  This will serve as ah/ interim summer schedule pending   I  inauguration of the Car Ferry Service.  Gib. Frith  * .  I  1  I  Manager.  Sea Bus Lines Ltd.  ��� ''���'��� P:  ~# ' ���.'  I  Anpcan Services  The congregation of Gibsons,  Roberts Greek and SecheLt,  will attend jointly a Service  to be held on Sunday next,  May 20. at 2.45 p.m. in the  Legion Hall, Sechelt. The  special speaker will the Rev.  W. Valentine, M.C., Rural  Dean of North Vancouver.  /Musical numbers suitable for  the occasion will be rendered  by the Choir. Following the  Service Refreshments will be  served by the Afternoon and  Evening Guilds of St. Hilda's  Church, Sechelt. Chartered  buses will leave from Gibsons .  at 1.30 p.m., and Roberts Creek  at 2.00 pin. Buses for return  journey will leave Sechelt at  6.00 p.m.      ��_ _*  v West Sechelt  BY MARGARET ALLAN  Mr and Mrs Lumsden are  back with" us again, taking up  permanent residence,. Carl Reid  is back. from Korea for two  weeks, ihe plans to returneto the  war zone, "it is; good pay but  dangerous," he says. Imagine  little tots,, two and five years  old sleeping in boxes on the*  streets, L asked him if he had  had any narrow escapes, (he  is able seaman on a ship), the  only thing that happened was  when he woke up one night  to see one of tlie crew sharpening his bayonet, lie thought  maybe he did not like him.   ���  Gerald Alan ' "Woods, baby  son of Mr Alan and Jean  Woods, will be christened in  St. Hilda's Church, May 13,  by Reverend H.U. Oswald.  Kenny Gipbons had the misfortune .to break his leg while  riding a bicvcle in town. John  Cluse is back from Cloverdale,  looking well.  Gambier Meeting  ��ilforMay20  GAMBIER Island, Quarterly  general meeting of; the Army,  Navy and Airfotee Veterans  in Canada will be; held, Sunday  May 20, at 2 p.m. -"     ..  Transportation will be provided by Bob, Hunter, leaving  the  Gibsons  wharf, at  1  p.in.  Thursday May 17 1951      The Coast News  THIS AND THAT  (Continued from page 6)  Congratulations, to Mr and  Mrs W. Sutherland on the  hirth of a daughter; ���  ' Kinsmens wives held a very  successful tea and "Post -  office" sale, Friday.^ Despite  the weather, -the , wonderful  home Cooking went like' *ihe  Proverbial "Hotcakes".  One for your black book,' A  modern, mother, is.one.who. can  hold a cigarette and a safety  pin in her mouth at the same  time. ''".���-���,  HASSANS '  ^Pender , Harbour;v B.C.  The  Old-Estabiished  General  Store  SUPPLYING FAMILIES.  FISHERMEN AND  -'   j CAMPS'/  Latest in Novelties/and  Toys  FISH   BUYERS  HOME GAS STATION  Mechanical   Refrigeration  Fresh Deliveries.jon Hand  .   .       '"/;��� Always":.  Steer For  HASSAN'S  LANDING  Midwav South Shore  Flowers jor All Occasions  PHONE: GIBSONS 76W  Mrs E. Nestman  IMMEDIATE SERVICE  Look steadily at the rabbit. Continue opening  one eye and closing the other in rapid succession  ... and watch the rabbit run !  c$r? Myott,1bo  Optical illusions prove you can't always trust your eyes.  When it comes to paint, your eyes can fool you badly.  -Any paint looks good when you first apply it. But how  will it look in five years .. . yes, even one year?  C-I-L PAINTS have beauty  you can 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.  Whenever you paint, it pays to see  your C-I-L Paint Dealer first.  SI-PVD-I  GIBSONS   BUILDING   SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 53  TRUST YOUR C-I-L PAINT DEALER  \  open a savings account  for your  particular somebody  3t . ��� ���  ��� A SIGN OF GOOD FRIENDSHIP  ���^T<s^gjM^ai^T.��ggi  O. Colwell, Manager, Squamish^ B.C., Woodfibre, B.C.  s 8  The Coast News        Thursday May 17 1951  SB  II6S  Your  L  PAINT    HEADQUARTERS  CLEAN TJP PAINT UP  with the paint that goes farthest and lasts longest  Phone Gibsons 53  Davis Bay  z ���  Reliable Triispirtitlii  1937 PLYMOUTH  Four Door Sedan      A Good Buy $450  1937 FORD SEDAN  All Steel Top    New Rings and Springs    $250  i    1936 FORD % Ton  Good Rubber $345 v  A REAL BARGAIN F6R CONVERSION TO BOAT  1931 CHRYSLER '6'  1929 CHEVROLET EACH $50  "���  MOBILE WELDING EQUIPMENT  We are ready to go ANYWHERE at ANYTIME  in answer to your trouble calls.  CHUCK'S MOTORS  PHONE SECHELT 54W  SECHELT. ��� Revenge is swe.et according to the young,  junior C.Y.O. baseball team.  Beaten by the resounding score of 11 ��� 0 when they tangled  with theiGibsons. Firemen baseball team, on may 6, the peninsula  Clt.O. came back last Sunday to clean the slate with a convincing  16"���Twin. ; .'��� /':"-���./���--.;/  Norm McKay pitching good ���'   *   >' ��� ������;��� ���; ': 'y     /  ball in the league opener two  weeks ago tucked the'hapless  . junior     club     away     without  giving them any chance.  The confident Firemen,  backed by their shutout of the  previous week started Mel  Fladager on the mound last  Sunday but the eager and annoyed C.Y.O. team belted him  off the heap in short order.  Firemen replaced' the jeweler  with their previous winner but  there was no stopping the  younger team then.  Pitchers were, Norm McKay,  AI Jackson, Mel Fladager, and  Jack 'Nestman who. twirled the  winning game for. the C.Y.O.  Jim King umpired both games.  USE?PHE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  For Sale  louses  $2820 -$4500  JiA. IIAINTX  Gibsons, B.C.  EQUIPMENT for lodging  MINING AND CONSTRUCTION  Put more tools on the job ���  specify SCHRAMM Tractor-  Compressors or towing type  models. Capacities 60 ��� 600  C.F.M.  SCHRAMM  Air Compressors.  NORTHWEST  Shovels and Cranes.  EIMCO  Rocker Shovels.  Dependable  .loading  .of  sand, rock and gravel f or^  miner or contractor.  Speed, power and tonnage  at new, low cost.  Fast operation,  high output,  with easy upkeep, are features  of these rugged shovels, cranes,  draglines and pullshovels.  Exclusive Agents for British  Columbia.  "We  Sell.'1  Service What We  A. B. WING LTD  General Machinery Dealers  1383 Hornby Street  Vancouver, B. C.  TAriow 1564  -Knowues  HARDWARE-  \  ! '  Thme 33 GIBSONS B.C.  WE NOW HAVE A VERT CTO^ ���  p Bdiim^^^  SpringIime and Sports  BASEBALL     FISHING  Come in and inspect them,..  P.S.  A few items remain at  REPEATED PRICES  NOT ��� TO ��� BE ���  /  ^stirigliGuse electric stove  refrigerator, automatic electric  oven,  electric rangette  DONT MISS THEM .. . P  Terms Within Regulations ��� Delivery to all Points  BY ROBBIE  THE Choraliers, in. the  Legion Hall, Sechelt Friday,  gave a very convincing 'program but it was "very poorly  attended. .    ~    .  It mus.t be very disappointing  to the indefa'tigjable..- Captain  Andrew ��� Johnston, president, of  the Legion and his helpers who  worked so long and hard to  make a success of the entertainment. ��� >.  If there is a next time I wish  them luck.  Mr. and Mrs. Eric Jones  came up for the. weekend, to  look over their summer heme  and Mrs. F. Mutter returned  from the city. .  The boy's are getting along  fine with the lot, the place is  just abou^ ready for the bulldozer, there is still lots to do,  in fact 'the president, Mr.  Mutter, say's every person who  appears on the scene,, will be  given a job that he can do,;  . either with a saw- ,an axe, or  even a broom, so give an hour  of time any week-end and help  the community centre, to help  you and your kiddies  George    Wright    now     in''  Shaughnessy, Hospital   had   a  pleasant   surprise   during   his  recent birthday when the local  ladies got a flower from several of the local gardens and  had the owners sign a get well  card, then presented the whole  caboodle to George.  > Winners of the whist, drives  v' changed from Friday to  Saturday, were Mrs H. MacLeod,  Jack    McNutt,      Mrs.      Bert  Wright,  Teddy Cole, and the  raffle   was   won   by   Mrs   T.  Norburn. Next meeting will he  , in the Lucken's Hall, May. 26.  Mrs Huggins was a visitor  Mrs Huggins was  a visitor  to   Davis   Bay   last   weekend  accompanied    by    her      son /  Albert, his wife and children.  We  regret to announce  our  esteemed friend came to attend  the estate, and to say good-bye  to    her   many   friends.    Mrs. -  Huggins feels after the recent  sudden ilriess and death of her  husband, she should be nearer  to the family, and will live* in  West Vancouver, at the home  of her son, Albert, 2120 Law-,  son. Her loss will be felt oy the  "Choraliers".   Her  fine  contralto voice will be hard to replace, may we take this opportunity to wish her well for the  future,  and hope for her return visits. " *  May 24 will soon be here.]  and the Community Centre  decided to decorate a float for  the big parade at Sechelt, the  vehicle has been kindly loaned  by RegJa-ck'son,^ and Mickey  Coe..ltt might be ,a good thing  at this time j to remind you that  a young lady, from Wilson  Creek^has; been ch.6seri<as May  Queen; so you may be proud  of the fact that Wilson Creek  has supplied two of the three  Queens to date, not bad for a  small place. Congraulations to  Queen Elect Marie Goldrup.  Victoria Lee Franske of the  Trading Post, Davis Bay, was  on the receiving end of a number of gifts and a rousing  party, given* in honor ,of her  "birthday. Little tots from all  over, assembled to pay their  respects to Vicki.  J  See   ,7".  &Hb ���oasiNtuis  for  Rubber Stamps  ���UJWTftAYtO t ����� MAAMlt  ���UMICI   CMIMMtV   fiowwt  Chimney Supplies  Bricfa Cement  Sand Lime  Use our budget prices for  all    your    renovating   and  building needs.  Electrical    Supplies    and  Plumbing Fixtures are plentiful at   ���  Sechelt     Bidding  Supplies  Phone Sechelt 60


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