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Array r  "Authorized as Second  Class Mail, Eost Office  Department,   Ottawa"  >.  U8RARV  Rf A, ^  ^ /%  *  'O  Published by The Coast News, Gibsons, B.C.     Vol. 4 - 73 Thursday June 14 1951      5c per copy, $2.00 per year by m/>il  ow Income  Ken Whitaker, Sechelt Board of Trade President and A. Trout  president, Associated Boards, smile .(happily at conclusion of  ^successful meeting on the lawn by the sea.  EDITORIAL  Please, a Clearer Picture  City Wedding For  Mrs Del Graham  -GIBSONS. ��� St. ; Mark's  Anglican Church-was the scene  of a very pretty wedding,June  2 when Mrs. Del Graham became the bride of Mr, Andrew  Stammler  of Vancouver.   '  Bride's attendant v^as Mrs.  Robert Graham while the bride  was given in marriage' by Mr.  0. Johnston. >,-'  The bride wore a teal blue  suit with tiny toque of tulle  and flowers. Grey accessories  were also worn. .  Barbara Graham, during .the  signing of the register, sang  the beautiful .-/ Ave Maria''.  More than 120. guests attended the reception held ki Harmony Hall, Hastings "Street.  The bride and groom* left for  a honeym'pon at Harrison Hot  -Springs. They will reside in  Vancouver. y  GIBSONS.��� Couples Withva total income of $100 per month  or less need not,pay hospital insurance.  , "When in.receipt of the B.C. Hospital Insurance bill, simply  Writeua statement to. the effect that yfrur total income is $100 or  ye|s|per month, and you willihear no more about it."  This pleasant surprise packet  ' "!'���-  WE HATE to have to take issue with Village Council members or individuals but, for the sake of truth and true representation, we are forced to so do.  ���  Mr. James Hall, that much abused and maligned'water commissioner has again stuck out his willing neck.   Speaking as'a commissioner, he addressed the meeting of  Gibsons and District Ratepayers, headed by W. Hodgson and,    Qov*er   Point   Road  jn the usual Hallariari manner' kicked around some harsh words, '   ��� ;  utright accusations and veiled inuendos.    ,  It seems to us that Mr. Hall has,acquired a habit.of making  VON Grant Increase  May Be Coining  GIBSONS. ��� Further VON  grants may be in the offing if  attempts made by B.M.  Maclntyre, MLA to have the  government grants increased,  are successful.  Shortage of nursing service  funds was brought to light by  A.E. Ritchey when "he Requested  more money for the Victorian  Order of Nurses.  The MLA assured that he  had already spoken to the  minister of Health and Welfare  but would push f,'or furvfher  increases, "immediately".  The VON drive for funds  started three weeks ago.  came out df'.ihe blue to residents of this Peninsula), many  of whom are in the low income  group and have difficulty paying the increased premiums.  B.M. Maclntyre, MLA made  the announcement when he Avas  guest speaker at a slipper  meeting, of Liberals in the  Mariner Cafe.  Thursday.     . /'���  Mr. Maclntyre also disclosed  that a committee seft lip'-to  study the ^-hospital insurance  question would also investigate  "and try to help", the persons  mentioned in briefs rec'e'iitly  rre-ented by the Canadian  Legion and Army and Navy  Veterans. . ������-  "This committee," said  Mr.  Maclntyre,   "will   try   to find  an asys/er to the vexing question   of   veteran's .dependents  and  the   hospital   insurance'"'.  GIBSONS,  road will be  ���"���" Gower/ Point  reconstructed on  Hall Falls Ath  Critical R  Laerity.  Mr. D. Reese took issue with the commissioner_imd branded  is ���'['cowardly *\: the '.attacks,, made on Commission Chairman Mrs.  [estman,and Village Clerk Robert Burns. \VI���-���.?��� VZp'l  ���^Tfce^^pugnt^camfr^frbm^Hihe meeting that the, water com--  lisioner was not too enthusiastic about the $50 or $60 thousand  [ollar water bylaw that is; coming up;  f ��� We can commiserate with, Mr. Hall in this. It is a large and  |andsbme sum of mdne^and it will probably: be a tough fight  fp get it passed ,<but we would suggest the water commissioner, >  tbo should be'cognizant of the situation and its gravity, should  Ro a better 'job of selling the gravity and necessity" of passing  pie bylawtbanspend his.time sniping at the village plerk, about  };.truck license. That, in all truth is Commissioner William  |k��ile.tt's department. We' assure Mr. Hall that Commissioner  skellett will do all the battle that is necessary in 'his zone.  ;iThle 'water: commissioner discussed everything ajbout the  tillage commission and the ^leaks'' of news from Commission  tlhairman Mrs. E: Nestman, but no one knew much about the  Serious, water situation when he was finished.  This is hardly good enough when eyery vote.in favour of the  fylaw is needed.  We suggest formation of a private committee which will  piide the bylaw through to a- successful conclusion.  This committee, formed of business men from Gibsons, cog-  lizant of the situation^should get put the truth' and let us all take  I look at thevwaiiing'water supply and the decrepid pipes.  I " If our watier commisioner:isunable to give a proper picture  ander t'he best of circumstances, in his own bailiwick with his  pwn backers, then it is up to:the public to take a hand.  There is far more at stake than Mr. Hall's persdnal likes and  lislikes and it may come to. the: time'when, ]^|Han;will^h^e tov  >e bypassed in order for this village to protect itself.  If      In all fairness we would suggest the commission at^its. meet-  igs,- cut out indiscriminate^requests. for v:reports^^i|id personal  pniping between ���commissioners and the bystanders,   ^v,.'  %      Members of:/th e [ public' who wish - to address th e commission  Avhile in session should do ' so  by means of & written "-request  liddressed;to the cliairman, prior to the meeting. This rule"can;  he enforced and probably should be. Even the best of commission^,  Jirs should hot have to defend their arguments against the public  fat commission meetings. -.'y ���'-.���y^  I    " .This is pur^parliament and shouldbe handled as such.  Addition [riow in Action  GIBSONS. ��� One more hour of service has been added  by Ilarry Winn to the telephone schedule for this government  telegraph branch. t :'Z  Mrs. O. Parnwiell will operate tji�� exchange from 7 - 11   .  a.m. ,.-.���.'  The exchange had been iaithe habit of opening at 8 in  in the morning. .        ,      r\ .  Where once tflhere had been1 three circuits to Vancouver^  there are now five, according to Mr. Winn. "This will add  to the service for the area'', the exchange lessee said. "It  makes it a lot better as far as service tothp city is concerned.  ment of Public Works.  Deputy* Minister E.S. Jones  gave the green light:to the plan  when he, with BVMv Maclntyre  inspected the road .Tuesday.  Bus Closed Doors  lication Cleared  SECHELT. ��� Only one objection was filed against Sechelt  Motor Transport and its application for tlhrbugh passenger conveying rights to Vancouver via Black Ball Ferries.  ��� Pacific Stages enterefl a protest against the closed doors  application of the, local company at a Public Utilities Commission  meeting held in Vancouver, June 12.  The Sechelt Motor Transport  application was based on a  promise from Captain A.  Peabody, president of Black  Ball Ferries that "two buses  would-be assured room on the  car ferry".   ���     ������   ���   ���  Objection of Pacific Stages  was based, on lessening of traffic to it by virtue of tfhat company being the only concern  now conveying Gibsons "and  Sechelt Peninsula traffic;   ���       .  Union Steamships-, with its  recently announced five trips  pervweek, is also conveying  passengers from Vancouver.  Sechelt Motor Transport now  has a franchise to use the pending Port Mellon road, according to Cecil Lawrence, company  manager;  ''This would make a complete  service for the area", he said.  In    outlining    the    "closed  doors",       application,       Mr.  Lawrence  clarified the  mean-  in'g.Y V: ,, ' |  "It simply means we cannot  pick up passengers on the road  between 'Hoiieshoe Bay and  Vancouver while enroute to  Vancouver and by* the fSame,  token we cannot pick up passengers leaving Vancouver to  be dropped prior to the ear,  ferry."     .'������������  "We   will   not  be   able   to  GIBSONS. ��� Sparks flew at the general meeting of the  Gibs_ons and District Ratepayer's meeting when I). Reese, Headlands; taxpayer clashed with Commissioner James Hall for the  latter's "cowardly attacks", on Village Clerk Robert Burns and  Commission Chairman-Mrs. E. Nestman.  ~~      ~- '.        . ���'������.; . Main speaker at the meeting,  Mr Hall led off with a resume  of work done by several of the  depa, men'ts within village  council, and suggested "leaks"  of news through Mrs. Nestman  to the. papers and hinted tha��  it would hardly take the Department of Motor Vehicles a  whs: le. month to return licenses  for the village truck. Mr. Hall  suggested dilly dallying methods used, by the village clerk  could probably account for the  belated license arrival.  The water commissioner reported a rump out of action in  the pumphouse and that the  overfloAv cf water from the dam  supplying    the    ma'-n  (Continued on nagc* 10)  (SEE. HAL!;, FALLS)  "scalp" on Pacific Stages or  West Vancouver buses", Mr.  Lawrence said. "Closed doors  just means we are out of business as far as the other companies are concerned. We can  drop our own, Sechelt Peninsula passengers anywhere, of  course".  village  Batt Does kjQOQJQ  Defining Democracy  it.  GIBSONS. ��� V^Wnat is democracy ?".  B.M. Maclntyrei MLA asked this question, and thcr answered  when he addressed members of the Liberal Association".  '' I   believe   .that  democracy  is election of a man and charging him. with doing his utmost  for the country and the constituency .- to the very besjt  of his ability. I do not believe  democracy is going to Victoria  and. then -listening to every  pressure group that should  arise and trying to do tihe  bidding of many".  The MLA was defending his  s,tand on the various questions  that arose during recent sitting  of the legislature.  "I believe my contention is  the right one," Mr Maclntyre  said. " When a .man spends a  year or two in Victoria-he is  usually better informed on  current controversies than the  average ^itSzjen, therefore Ihe  should be allowed to make his  own decision in the light of  his wider knowledge."  ItVA Baby Girl  . SECHELT.���Born to Mr. and  Mrs. Thomas Walker, Sunday,  May 27 in Pender Harbour  Hospital, a daughter, a- sister  to Linda and Joan.  Both, mother and child  are  doing fine.  se The Coast News       Thursday June 14 1951  oast Jfettis  /  A Rock and a Light  Published every Thursday by The Coast News, Gibsons, B.C.  Publishers, Willjam 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^oast  If Jews L^ditoriate  Too Short a Memory  DURING the. hungry 30s the Government of Canada granted  an advanced old age pension to some veterans and named it the-  [War Veteran's Allowance Act or the Burnt Out Pension.  The principal was sound in that it granted premature pension  to men who had grown older than their brothers by virtue of  having served overseas and became aged with the rigours of  battle.  The act also provided that veterans who were unemployable  could also receive this pension at an earlier age. At that time the  federal old age pension was $20 per month for the single man  and $40 for tJhe married. This was a joint^ contribution from the'  Provincial and Federal governments.  The war veteran's allowance' was then the same rate, the  only difference being the Dominion government was the sole  contributor.  The story changes now. The old age pensioner and his wife  receive, by virtue of the Provincial bonus the sum of $100 plus  the- unwritten law of free hospitalization for both of them.  The War Veteran's Allowance for a married man is $70  dollars and 84 cents with no allowance fftr medical attention or  hospitalization for the wife.  No one can deny that this amount is inadequate and that it  is time the Government of Canada gave some expLairtimr~regaTd���  ing the discrimination against veterans.  Many of the Conservative members- of his Majesty's Loyal  Opposition are crying for reform. We suggest our government  stops talking and does some acting on this vital problem.  We would point out to our member, Mr. Sinclair, that many  veterans in receipt of the Burnt out Pension are in dire: straits.  May we have your attention on this-, Sir?.  After one of the outstanding victories of the first great war,  when the Canadian Expeditionary Force had covered itself with  glory, Sir Robert Borden, the,then Prime Minister told the world  that nothing would be too good for these heroes.  Today, the old soldier, lacking sufficient of the necessities  and without medical attention for his aged wife agrees.  Nothing is too good for them. They're1-tired of notching now.  It is up to Canada tp^jgiye with just a shade more generosity and  guided by a memoryof 1914 - 1918.  Much Ado  BY CHERRY WHITAKER  THIS is the second instalment of Cherry Whitaker's  , onee popular .column.. If we  can keep Cherry on, or even  hear the grindstone, we shall  be caught up with her winter's  work and then into her current  efforts.     Ed. ,. >_\  December 31: Ah, December,  the month of peace on earth  and   goodwill   to   man.   Huh.  Carols, cakes, candles, callers,  children, toys, etc, Its chiefly  the etc. that takes the toll. The  news behind the  news  shouts  that only the will of Iron, the  strength of Hercules, and the  bank - balance of a J.P. Morgan  can successfully withstand the  - iCh'ristm as of today. But "we  .ain't never died a winter?; yet''  :so there's little hope that any-  ���jpne else will bewailed 'upon to;  kppe  with  tflie  new  crop '. of  please remits;,.. .Dijd meet the;  boss and;i did; r^ tlie^  slight glaze:vof' eye might be  caused, to some extent, by the  ' oft  repeated  promise   of lots  and   immediate,    Much   A^dp.  Next week for sure.   ;       7: ,  January: 31: A multiplicity  of things to; dp. Sheets, shirts     skirts and socks in inconceivable states of disrepair.. to be  .repaired. Smajfl, daughter's  fourth birtfhday. A day trip to  town. Extensive thought about  the letters that never reach the  pen and ink stage. The annual  wait for whatever is to arrive  in tlie way of weather. Half ".  a column done. The worm  turns..but slowly.  February: 28: The: earth stirs,  and with it the hopefuls w*ho  ade convinced that intermittent'frost, sleet and snow are  harbingers of spring. I,tr will  be interesting to note the number of pneumonia cases resulting from this excessive faith in  an elusive season. It might  spring out as fast as it sprang  in. My own immediate problems have little to do with the-  weather, except that it is less  risky, when resistance is low,  to rush outside in non-freezing  temperatures than it' is in a  deep-freeze. The freqii.ent.nee-  essity of rushing outside at all, l  being;: caused chiefly by the  $^adSitibncpf% bne^small but: #g-  ^^ssiye; eat to th^fetinue, plus  ff^j^^(0^sj.-teking piano lessons  "^���������^n^-^na^- daughter taking1  lessons'^f^nrvthe boys, .unfortunately^^ piano lessons. The  lessonsvthe^v latter is taking  bear a a%Med resemblance to  t~he qualifying, rounds for tne  Chaster_Hom�� Scene    /w*v%a,    stradfotte Bw*  of Social Event  GOWER Point. The hbmevof  Mrs. Harry Chaster will be  the Scene of one of the year's  brightest social events when  the Womeh's Auxiliary to- St-..  Bartholomew's Church sponsor,  a garden party.  A salev of work will be combined with, the garden party  when money raised will be used  in furthering the fine work  done by the. energetic ladies. _  Date for the event has been  set ak^uly 18^when it is expected a bumper turnout will  be there.  Golden   Gloves  Championship.  I  find  that   a few  minutes,  several times a day, in the solitude  of -the  woodshed,  help  the nervous system. It would  be even better if the piano, the  small cat, the ^mall daughter  and the^oys lived.in the woodshed, but the insulation is not  up to-specification, so-until a ,  better1 idMfiariM;up^  we have lots of-kindling^*    ^  March, April, May .... I  done it.; I dood it.. I did it..  a, column. At the rate of one  a year^ VjVLueh Ado/stands a  good chance of being back in  circulation May 1954.  EDITOR, TM NEWS  DEAR MISTER V  >'��� I see our "hir6d"'nelp down  in Ottawa were leaning on their  shovels as usual and getting  excitecf -with ;each other over  things which don't matter nohow. It Seems as this 'here  Census form' has" on it ��� sbmer  tliing they call origins pf the  people of "'.'this a country. Sothey  prinjed" it: French, English,  Irish,'ETC' "'"���'��� ���;-':6;-,-:'v; ..:  So What does a hired man  called Mac;- something - or -  other do but climb alt over the  ceiling because they put ETC.  instead of Whatever tribe" he  run-out from. He put in a lot  of time' belly-aching���about it  too, and several oth.er Macs  joined in the fracas and put  in their two-bits worth, all on  public time wfrrich at union  wages, would amount to quite  some, seeing as our money pays  the shot for all this sort of hog-  wash. \  , I- thqught^as you might like  this idea, for saving space in  your paper. The next iime you  have to print the names of the  Village Commission you should  say, Chairman Nestman and  Councillors "Anderson, Skellett  ETC.. ETC.  f      24 HOUR      SERVICE  Buyers  bf Fish  2582 Kent 7; Vancouver, B.  Write or P^one ^or Pui^  ^fionnation. .PR -;9i;  ; -HASSANS^.  Pender Harbour,  B.C.  The Old-Established  General Store  SUPPLYING FAMILIES,  FISHERMEN AND  .    CAMPS  Latest in Novelties and   ?  Toys  FISH    BUYERS  HOME GAS STATION  Mechanical  Refrigeration  Fresh Deliveries on Hand  Always-  Steer For  HASSAN'S  LANDING  Midway 4South Shore  iS��s*".��as^gss*r?!S2fie  Meet pr f riends  103  Columbia  St. Vancouver.!  B.C.  Write   or  Phone   for  Reservations  ^m. M^adden  >       Optometrist  GIBSONS  PhoneGibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   am, to 5:00 pm.  Evenings by Appointment'%  Every day except ThUrs.  8 Why go to Vancouver for  Optical Service?  '-;  DENTIST  Dr. A.M. Lowe  immediate Laboratory Service  ROBERTS CREEK  ���   Phone 20 H 2  .  HICKS TICKET BUREAU  tickets for all Sporting Events  610 Dunsmuir Street Vancouver, B.C. .   Phone PA 6427  T1 *:ti  aun  tits P  BRIGGS -- STRATTGlfe  EVINRUDE  PINBOARDS  OUTBOARDS  GIBSONS. M^^INE SALES  '���-��� Adjoining^r^is^Machine Shop  >&PH0M GIBSONS 54     ���    '  Sechelt-Jervis Towing Company  Your Local Complete Marine TOWING SERVICE PP  AGENTS:��� - v    V:   .'ppiy-'   ���  Pender Harbour:  Bill  Donley���Phone:   Sechelt  11S2  Gibsons. Reg.. Go.dfrey-^hone-:  Granthams 56  Nanaimo : Phonev555���Night: 1497 or 305 ���  Vancouver:   Pho"ne :PAcific  4^58 ���   ��Jigbt:  KErr.   6352  Phone Us Collect for -Quotations  tc  Tractor Transport No. T' ���especially equipped for  hauling cats,; trucksi and logging Equipment by sea  Log Towing-   .: Scow Towing Pile Driving  Dredging   1  "���,:,/;���        Wharf and Float Construction  Breakwater Construction Marine  Salvage  - -.   Salvage Pumps     ; .  V  Use Coast News Classifieds  Buss  usmessan  dP?olF  essiona  I  Please CUp This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  ���y._..}..; '���":?;���" For Reference  BEER BOTTLES  PLUMBING  J "Will call and buy for cash,  beer bottles, scrap metal, et#.  Calls made at intervals from  Hopkins, *to\* Irvines * Landing r  R. H. Stroshen ,  Wilson  Creek  ���ttv^p Vi  IeLECTRICAL WORK  Plumbing and Electrical  Supplies,   Fixtures,  ,.   - Service,..    ;(-   . ,  Sechelt Building  Suppies  . Phone  60  PLUMBING and HEATING  N  w.  ', Reliable Electrical Repairs  ��� ���-.���������..    ..      <u"-  Appliances,   Fixtures/   Radios  WashingMachines  Eyerythingrv Electrical  Gibsons ^Electric  'tORIST  Sunset Hardware  __GIBSONS  Registered    Plumbers  PLUMBIN&  : Sales v and   Contractig  Flowers   for   all   occasions  We;: are   agents   for jarge  Vancouver florists  Fast   service   for.   weddings  and  funerals:  , Jack Mayne /  \ Phone   Sechelt .24     or   write  ' "" P^O.vBox   28a Z   -v''-  "Plumbing,   Heating   and  Supplies.  Jack Marshall  I Gibsons B.C.  Phone Gibsons 104 or 33  REAL ESTATE  telFT STORE'  I  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  5-10-1& Store*  '���-.   Left of Post Office:Z:y  Gibsons;- B.C..    I4:;  TAXI  % HARDWARE  ���r  KNOWLES  SERVICE  HARtfW&RE     V  Phone 33 __ Gibsons* B.C.  Builder's Hardware  Paint.  Plumbing    v  .'   Appliances  Complete V Installation; ���  Maintenance Service  ".: ".I)iEtIVEBIES 'y-yyy  .���: TO'-ALi^POlkTS    *'V  Peninsuik.���'/ Cabs  I     24-Hour ��� Service  2   Phones   --2   Cabs  WILSON" CREEK  and  SELMA 'PAJRK  Phone Sechelt 66      ���"  Taxi Sir ?  call  \ BILL  HUNTER  Sechelt   48  MACHINISTS  TRANSFERS-TRUCKS  Hills Machine Shop  Mobilized Welding v v  Welding   anywhere   --anytime  Expert Tradesmen     '  '���'���:������    Precision Machinists'  Phone 54 Res.  5R  Hansen Transfer  :.%  "GENERAL   CARTAGE  Phone   Sechelt  28  '������������: ���':���''-:-v   y-'-        ���  Sechelt,   B.C.    '  Halfmoon B^v  BYMRSKRA^N^  .���'������'-.      '-��� ���!���"���.::. ;��� ''-���:������.���'. I.,������ '~y yy:y:.,.  I MUST apologize ior the  lack of news this last two  weeks, but unfortunately I  have been out of circulation  myself, however-I am feeling  so much'better I will try not  to slip again. v'-^3^  First arid foremostviiews this  week is the new sawmill, the  M and R Sawmill clowned  arid orerat-d by, Harry/Monsj-V  and Bill Raven: It is .situated  on the log site about three miles  beyond" Redrpqf's'."'.'At.-present  only rough lumber is being cut  but as soon as the planer is  installed, dressed lumber will  be available. '  It is over three weeks since  the Liberal Association-meeting  I stll .think it is of interest. It  was held in Redroofs^llifrr'with  President, Bill Kolterman in the  ��� chair. During the meeting it  was decided the ���executive  ; needed two more members so  a quqrum is possible at.executive meetings. Mr. WP: Raven  and Prank Lyons were, elected.  As we have done very little  fund' raising it was decided" a  really big dance was,$hre answer. A committee wasi'ormed  of, Mrs. Kolterran, Mrs." Lyons,  Mrs, Willison, Mr. Hunt and  Bill Raven.  The   dance   should   be   held  "  sometime   in   July,    but   the  actual date is up to the dance  committee  Special meetings of the Association will be called, as we  'have such speakers as Mr...  Carson, Mr.' B.M. ���Maclntyre,  Mr. Tom Goode, and Mr. Laing  of West Vancouver, coming  here shortly. Mr. Harper of  Pender Harbour Liberal Association has extended a hearty  'welcome to all members who  would like to drop in to meetings there.  The May Day held at Red-  roof's Ma/l23  w>s*'fpWccess  despite lieavy rain which fell  during   the .afternoon.. Raees  were run and I've yet/to see  the rain that spoils the flavour  of ice cream, pop; and candy  bars, * for  children.   The   community supper was a huge suc-  ces  with  one, full  sitting  of  children and three sittings of  adults. A very hearty vote of  thanks to president of the' PTA  Mrs. Burrows and Social Convenor Mrs. Joyce Stewart.  The next V.O.N, meeting is  June 12 at the home of President, Mrs. Burro wis,- Coy-hostesses will be Mrs. W. Kolterman and Mrs. Peterson. -\-v  Congratulations to Mr. and  Mrs. LLoyd Brackett On the  birth of a daughter in the/early  hours of Monday, May; 28 at  ��U. Mjj/ry Isi Hospital Pender  Harbour, Dr. Vincent in attendance. Mother and new sister  of Bonnie, Wayne and -Ronnie  are doing fine. '.,,  Congratulations also to Mr.  Hector Nelson Snr. who is home,  again after: a long sojourn in  a Vancouver Hospital.  A lot of> residents ai^e'sorry  to; hear Mr. and Mrs. Rosen-  bloom are retiring from-Halfmoon Bay Post Office. Mr:  Rosenbloom says his wife's  health has suffered since they  took it on three years ago, and  that he" will give all helpxaftd;/'  encouragement to the person  appointed. .  Success! ur Sale  ROBERTS    CREEK.   ��� A  very successful rummage  sale  was  held   on  May   30  in  the  Kewpie Kamp, by  the Ladies-  Auxiliary   to   Legion   Branch  The . Ladies wish to extend  t^eir thanks to  all they \yho  . gave v so   generously   of   their  time and effort in making this  event the success it was.  Thursday June 14 1951       The Coast News  Insurance Brokers  Woodworking and Logging Risks .  a Speciality  Telephone TAtlow 4521  4th Floor Bentall Bldg.  999 W. Pender Street Vancouver, B.C.  rr-  s\  ANNOUNCEMENT  We take pleasure in announcing that  Hansen's Transfer  (Sechelt)  Has recently taken over the  Home Oil Agency  We will continue our HOME to home service of  all Home Oil Products.  The Home Oil Agency had been part of the  Frank Yates holdings. .  FOR SERVICE, COURTESY AND PROMPT DELIVERY  . - - *  Phone Sechelt 28  Vs.  Adanac Marine Supply  49   POWELL   STREET   VANCOUVER,   B.C.  Write or Phone ��� PA 804'4  CONGRATULATIONS  ON YOUR  FERRY   FIGHT  VANCOUVER CREMATORIUM LTD  CREMATION URNS ��� NICHES ��� LAWN PLOTS  Mountain View Cemetary 39th and Fraser  Vancouver, B.C.        Phone FR 3613  r  BURNS & JACKSON  SAWfvHLL  SEE US FOR ALL YOUR LUMBER NEEDS  Phone 15 M 2 Wilson Creek 4  The Coast New*       Thursday June 14 1951  Ronald Reagan      Ginger Rogers      Doris Day  In  "Stonri Warrihxg"  Saga of POWER versus RIGHT and a big man who said,  "I'm a big guy in this, town, I'm a member of the Klu  Klux Klan." But found that that was not enough.  There are tears an'd'chills in this story of history's  greatest outlaw band. v  Monday June 18  Tuesday June 19  /  ���>*j  "J and 9, p.m.      i  8 p.m.  Gene Kelly  In  Frank ^Sinatra  ' ��  "On The Town"  ���/ .;. .... ���v.:v>V...  (Technicolor Musical)  A Wonderful, Musical Tour of New York City  Wednesday June 20 8 p.m.  Friday June 22 7 and 9 p.m.  Tyrone Power Orson Welles  The /might and glory of Kublai Khan in all his size.  History in the making, right in front of your eyes.  I  "The Black Rose  9>  Technicolor  Thursday  June 21  Saturday June 23  8 p.m.  7 and 9 p.m.  UNION SPECIALS  CAiiTAC Whole Milk Powder  Very Special  y%  1 n�� tin  69��*  |" .:������                ... ���  MELTIS FAVOURITE ENGLISH CANDY 1 n>  V  $1.29  English Cups and Saucera           '  49^  ROUND STEAK      No Price Hike               1 tb  95^  ROAST "B" Good;     NoiPric|Hike            1 n��  ���"'9.5'^  OPEN ALL DAY MONDAYS  Closed 12.30 every Thursday.  YOUR RED AND WHITE STORE  Union General Store  Phone Sechelt 18  ^'jaM*t*****mknm*samama��mmn*m**9Bm��*un��mnmi***mm*��9mf*B��mmm*mmB���m����  Notice to Contractors  Tenders are -invited forthe clearing, burning of debris  and grading of the uncleared portion of parcel " 0", D.L.  ���'������''        '"  '-���   '������"���,'.  '���'������ ^ .������'���. ������������'���. '*������:'.>���,'    ' ~ ��� '���'-'��� ���<<{���.'���������. ���'��� . ���-      '������''   ' '������'   ���'.''������������'���:'������'���'���������    ������'.'���';���<:.���.  ���  ;������ ���-��� ������;; /" P' - -'   :>v;:;:��; "��^f^-.,  688 and 2 acres of land lying to the north of the cleared  ��        y .t-..:,..yy ������ '���"'"'���':���������������.'  portionof Parcel''J''; D.L, 688^   ^-    ,.   ..  .   ii.   ' :i'i-.>P'": ��   .  ".'; .-��� '   -.P^P" ' > .   \  Tenders shall be in sealed, envelopes marked "Tender  Land Clearing" and shall be delivered to the undersigned  ���'���'*'. ! v ���  not later than 1 o'clock p.m. on Mcnday, July 9^ 1951  P-.i-'y".   '     '    '���' ��� .' ' :      p- ..'-.  \ The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  Mrs. Anne Bums,  Z:Zi :,   y,- y y ������'>��..;. ���".'. ���    v '���'���������'    ' ���'*  '''������>. y.yZpK&cp}:'y   ,v    Secretary,���Treasurer, :  ;���  v - ��������� .,w y ^:'x$y:     $..:<y ;;:vv ypy:y.yy     ��� -���   -^ .:. ��� -  ���PP   School I^trict No. 4o (Sfachslt) =  ii:''Gibsons/ 5&.C.    ���" ���';"-..���.,  Gower   Gleanings  BY GYPSY TOWERS  THE highlight of this week's  gleanings  is  the  photo   finish  of the strawbery race between  the  Marshall  and the  Dyke's  patch.  The  Dykes   retain  the  silver  cup.  Pa  Marshall must  have had his back turned when  the   metamorphis   was   taking  place because Mr. Dykes came  up with the first dish full. And  are they berries! The original  stock   came,  frofm" Vancouver  Island, an improvement on the  British Sovereign. For flavour  and size tihey cannot be beaten.  Pound out that the new owner of Little Brook is one of the  talented Poole brothers and his  wife and two children. We bid  them welcome and hope they  dwell long and happily among  - us. "'�� ;'.- _'   "���   , V  Mrs. Alex Hamilton enjoy- .  ing a week's relaxation at  Lyekebe. Just can't get the  fascination of those Honolulu  nights'out of her blood - Just  a little time and, Gower's particular" ������ brand of scented  breezes,will weave its old time  spell.  Another rush into Vancouver  by : Mrs. Marshall and back  with still another son - this  time Albert from Saskatchewan  who is enrbute to Seattle and  a summer course a,t the Simpson Bible Institute where  brother Russell is head of the  music department. ���     l  Mrs Freda Jordan Up for the  summer. Sorry to report she  has not been too well but,hope  GoWer's balmy air will'take  care of that. Her old friend  Mrs. Reid is with her for a few  days. Something going on the  Smale's lot - whether it is a  house or an aviary it is too  early to judge. -.;..-���.."  Several, couples from Gower  at the, y.Q.Nv concert in the*'  LegiorivHall. A very worthwhile'"'  ,arid  enjoyable ��� affair..��� ?:G6wer ���  also   well  represented   ait   the  dinner given in honor of Batt  Maclntyre,. M.L.A. at the Mariner.  Plus   the  visit   from   the  Cencus taker. All in all a very  busy week.  i  Door Prizewinners  \  :     SECHELT.  ��� W.; Waddell ;  was winner of; the dooi* prize at  the recent IJiberal Association,  meeting  held   in!   the  Legion  ..Haii., ������.;:"- ";���;;" v". " \  Second prize went to Mrs.  G. Kynock while J. Fields  walked away with tfhe third  offering^ * A cajpacity audience  heard ,B|M.; Maclntyre, give a  report^to the people oh me last  legislation meeting.  Reports >:of Mr. Maclntyre's .  ���vi��g  meetings -are [carried elsewhere  in this paper.  yi  i  I  \  'S ������'  BOUQUET  BOUQUET  BOUQUET  BOUQUET  BLOSSOM  3 ply      Regular 65^  4 ply     Regular 99^  Double Knit :  Baby with Nylon.  4 ply  CURTAIN MATERIAL TO CLEAR  GIBSONS   S-10-15  Next to Anderson's Shoes  U-��i^S9B5s��!��ig  Ss=^i.^S^^^5=w;iys^WKfeii.i3SSf^5*i.^SS!  * O JOHNNY COME TO HILO  O Johnny come to Hilo,  O wake her, O shake her, O shake  :    thatZgtrl tiitth the blue dress on. y.  O Johnny come to Hiloypoor old tktin.  . For. over a century Lamb's Navy  lias been the call  of those whb  know Xgood  rum.    Smooth  and '  m611ow _ it   is   matured,   blended ���  and bottled in Britain of the finest  Demerara Rums.  jy  ���, This; advertiseitient. is ; not jiublished; or  displayed by the Liquor Control Board er  by the Govctnmeat of British Columbia. ,?l  ������"* An Old Sea Slutniy  it's laseiia pope for shoes  \ We Have a Complete Line  * ���. " ,     '       ..'"*''      ' . . .   ,    ���'���....-  Meet foot Summer Shoes  Light > Airy, Comfortable Shoes are a MUSI? during the  hot, summer weather. Get them at TASELLA SHOPPE  Phone Sechelt 43 v  mtimm  SCHEDULE  US  EFFECTIVE JUNE 16 to SEPTEBSBER 3  BOWEN ISLAND GIBSON'S-  WEST HOWE SOUND CAMPS  S.S.LADY ALEXANDRA  MONDAY  Leave Vancoiiver  y$^i\M.1^iyi[i  Bowen Island  '  X Artaban  Gibsons  Keats Island  Hopkins Ldg.  Williamsons  Southbound   .  Calling  Keats Island  ''LyK'Qitysons-.'.'  4:60 PJH.   .':;���.'  Lv. Bowen Is.  5:30 P.M.  Ar. Vancouver  6:30 P.M.  WEDNESDAY  Leave Vancouver  '":9:30 A.M;4'-'A'r'~  !.^.,y      !..;,.v:;; 0|;!;  Bowen Island  Return Direct     .  1:00 P.M;  Bowen Island  **''-'Keats  Island  Gibsons  Southbound  Calling  ;   Gibsons  ���y^yiiSoypM. ���������  .''^;-,;.Bo|ifejtt vis&nd ���  ^V00 P.M.  Vancouver  1P.M.  FRIDAY  Leave Vancouver  '.;;9:3d'-AlMp--;. ''-p  Bowen Island  "X Artaban  Gibsons  Keats, Island  Hopkins Ldg.  'Williamsons  Southbound  Calling  Keats Island  >4#0t P.M. :- :���  Ly. Gibsons, v  {��:30V'PJW<";::-; 't  ���:  Lv. Bowen Is.  6:30 P.M,  Leave' Vancouver  SATURDAY  SUNDAY  Leave Vancouver  .9:30:-A.M.y ..-". Z'Z:  Bowen Island  Only  and return direct  1:00 P.M.  Bowen Island  Gibsons  Keats Island  Leave  Vancouver  '9:3fr; A.M.:^:''. vv  Bowen Island  Only  and return direct  1:00 P.M.      ...  Bowen Island  -Keats Island  Gibsons '  Southbound .  Ly. Bowen p.  Ar. Vancouver  X  6P.M.  7:00 PJVI.  Southbound  Lv. Gibsons  Lv. Bowen Is.  Ar. Vancouver  4.30 P.M.  6:00 P.M.  7:00 P.M.  Call made effective June 22.  Excepting July 2 and September 3 (Dominion Day and Labor  Day Holiday) when regular Sunday schedule will be in effect -  at 1:00 P.M. ...   . . :������.'��� ���������' ;v  Wednesday calls at Keats Island begin on July 4.'.,  VANCOUVER" " ���������'='������."'    -' v '   "V        " ' GIBSONS :-  ���:Z       v. SUMMER SERVICE** .-iip 'V:'    ^:..;  . ..��' ��� ���   ���'������'      ��� ��� ''..'-''-. ��� *-i��� . ���-      '���.���-.������   ������'���  Leave Vancouver Ly. Gibsons  Union Pier ; ������-./: ������������.-���.'''���'<'  -. **  Man.  9.30  A.M.  'Mon;  4:00  P.M.  Wed.  1:00  P.M.  Wedf  ;'V'-::4:30:.  r.mi  Fri.  9:30  } A.M. '",  ���. :':Fri;';;.'  V4:00  P.M.  Sat.  1:00  P.M.  Sat.  4:00  P.M.  ���x  4  \  (appr^  Sun.  1:00  P.M.  Sun.  4:30  F.M,  Connecting with Pacific Stage Lines to and from all  Peninsula: points with exception of FRIDAYV-9,^30"AM..  sailing northbound.  VANCOUVER  CANADA  ���Mi.m.i*A-'n^,. The Coast News  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  MM I  LISTINGS WANTED.  JOHN COLERIDGE Agencies  real estate licenced and bonded agents (Gonneetionv.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. EB. Gordon Box 11  Sechelt Phone Sechelt B1Q.  ..'���.'���'" Tfn'  EXPERIENCED ��� Appliance  and general salesman, open for  proposition in Gibsons, could  also organize! direct selling (20  years " experience) coverage  surrounding territory vfor. ��� hi-  crevased volume. Box 26; The  Coast News.'py        :"';::rv''  '^j^Ti^ipy^iiiliPyii^y^y}^  .8 to 12 foot rowboat on Sechelt,  Peninsula,    also.   box    spring  and  mattress.: S.G.: Patterson,.  Suite 11, 1201 Argyle Avenue,  Hollybum,:;^C. v> v ^4  LIVE Wire-Salesman with': car  to represenfra well known Vancouver Real Estate firm hand-;  ling insurance,   sales,   rentals,%  etc.,   covering   from   Roberts'  Creek  to Port  Mellon.  Apply  Box 11, The Obast News v     73  WAITED' to buy small biisi.  ness in Qibspiis, or rent or share,;,  store space.. Box 26. The Coast i  -News:-"'''' ������=���;.y~   : ���.....,,, ..^,  MEN'S wooden soled shoes  from $5.85 to $11.35. Shoe repairing, economical, efficient  fast. X ray fit for new shoes  from our large v stock.  Anderson's Shoes. Gibsons.  FOR SALE. Chris Craft marine  engine, 16 HP.;Paragon clutch  and. reduction gear. A.l condition, |75O:O0. Apply���: 26��>9 E,'.  5ffch Aye.; Vancouver* B.C... .  ������'������"��� r::iZ,y^yi': ��� ,'"���    v,,.74  WE HAVE a wide range of  battery radios from $10 to $50.  See vthem  on  display  at  our  store. We accept trade ins.  .Gibsons  Electric'  phone  45  ''���"���:'��� ='���'"'���-"   '"'"        --: ���- - ;   FOR SALE  ":  >   ..'...'.        '���    ���1941   Pontiac  half  ton  panel  truck* ^od. motor. Jack Eldrid,  - Phone JRoberts Creek 24.H  ���.*'���' ifi'*'*ui- "���'     ������73  .   ������- ���',���i .'     :   v.ONE XJnderwood Typewriter in  'excellent condition. See Be.tty  ���Grant, Gibsons, B.C. 73  1930 Durante sedan, good  > motor, $100. F.O.B.- Gambier.  ''���������J. Adkins Gambier Island.'  ^CANADA    PRIDE    RANGE,  $15. A.E. Burgess Wilson Creek  14 ft. clinker built boat, 5 H.P.  motor, as new. Consider row-boat in trade or $300. Phone  ;Gibsons 55.     .   ";   .        :vf"74..  ONE 29 ft, 6 inch cabin cruiser,  7  years' old,   without  engine,.  v$12P0;;Canoe Pass Boat Works  Irvines'Landing.       ,  ONE 30,ft. gillnettex troller,  10 years old, 3 H.P., heavy duty  Easithope. engine.f Would make  good gillnetter, $1500/ Apply,  Canoe "Pass Boat Works,  Irvine's Landing.  1 BOAT HULL 16X5 ft., %  yellow cedar plahkihg, oak  7 keel, shelter cabin^ few $150.  iWijth- 3 H.P. - outfboardj new  motor $250. Apply Norburn  Davis Bay       - 74  FOR SALE. One oak bureau,  two upholstered .chairs pile  Winnipeg couch, one double and  one*% bed complete, one wheel-"  barrow, one Beatty electric  washer. Apply R. Telford  Gibsons.    ''���"'.'"?.-    p;' ,  ���k   FOR SALE, Lot in Gibsons  ��� Central Location on water, and.  light? Box 6 Coast "News.  The Date Pad  A Garden Tea, July 12 by  the Harmony ^Group, United  Church W.4., July 12 at the  'home, of  Mrs.   T.; Humphries-  Headlands VON Auxiliary  will sponsor a / Garden Party,  July 25.  RT.A- Talent Night finals  will be held'June 14 instead  of the previously advertised  date of June 15  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.  Monthly meeting of the  Gibsons, PTA in the schopl,  June 18iat 8 p.nuj,,.  Decoration Day Service, L.A.  to Legion branch 109, in Legion  Hall, June 17, 9.30  a.m.  Regular meeting of the  Legion branch 109, June ^2,  8 p.m. '  Piano Recital, Mrs. L. Allen .  and pupils, Sechelt Hall, June  22, 8 p.m. No admission charge.  O.E.S. Strawberry Tea and  sale of home, cooking, Legion  Hall, Gibsons,. June 215, 2.30  p.m.  Gibsons Guide Company' and  Brownie Pack are holding a  tea and home cooking sale, in  Legion Hall, Gibsons, July 4.  Roberts Creek . W.A. to  United Church will hold a  bazaar and tea, August 3.  Kinsmen wives will hold a  Strawberry Tea at the home of  Mrs. E. Drew, Gibsons, June  22,>- 5 p.m.  Miss Anne Baker, VON, has  .temporarily changed to Friday  " afternoons.''at. Halfmoon  Bay  ,; with  ejrpry  secofrd^ riday  at*  Middlepoiiit.   "_,y   '   "x  MissvJone's health1 clinic is  now held at the honie of Mrs.  Gladys Nygaard, Halfmoon  Bay every second Tuesday of  every month.  VON meating, June 12 at;  the home of Mife.; Burrows,;  Halfmoon Bay.  June    15,    Roberts    Creek  Hall,   Amatuer  Talent  Night  .Finals,   Transportation  to   be;  arranged later. .  Thursday June 14 1951      The Coast News  OPENING & ANNOUNCING  keeping pace with the .rapid growth of the area is  the Announcement by partners, george miller and harry^  mylroi that the peninsula cjieanjers situated at the foot  of the sechelt highway hlfcl'within the village is now  inoperation. '  george will operate,the pickup and delivery service  will give one of the fastest cleaning schedules in the  history of this area.     '  harry, with many years cleaning experience behind  him, -will be plant manager.  in Memsnam  DONNAN AND HILL  In   loving 'memory  of   our  dear Dad's, Hugh. Donrian who  passed away suddenly at Gib  sons, June 14, 1948 and Andrew  C. Hill who passed away, June  20, 1950.  Love's    Greatest    Gift,  Remembrance.  Nessie  and  George  Hill  and  Grandaughter, Maureen.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  Funeral Services Priced  Within Every Family's Wish  ---'^FAIRMONT-j 6500  802 WEST BROADWAY, AT WILLOW STREET  Phone Write or Wire  Special   Care Taken  With  Ladies  Sensitive  Dresses  Area" Pickup  Schedule To Be Announced  ..A*~,t'fi,r..       PIONEER    LAUNDRY   >�����'���**  WiMB - POLES, PILES  FIR and CEDAR UNPEELED  Sort out your pole and piling  stock.  Let us make an off er for it.  We are always in the market  for poles  and piling.  Get w  touch with us.  ��  Timber Preservers ���  Limited  Manufacturers  of  Creosoted  Products  1  Ft.  TRAPP ROAD,   N.W.  2565 NEW WESTMINSTER  B.C.  '% "..K  FATHER'S DAY  SUGGESTIONS  ��S  ��  ��  Sport Shirts - Sox  Ties ��� Dress Shirts  Tee Shirts ��� Scarves  Tie & Belt Sets  Swim Trunks ��� Shorts  * y  Summer Sport Caps  Sunday, being FATHER'S DAY, it is a good day in  which-to-remember the best man. in the house and the  - , S  man who does more than any other to make your life  happy. Surprise him with one of the many small, itiex-  -pensive gifts from the MEN"S  SHOP.    ���������  Harry Reichielt, mgr, The Coast News       Thursday June 14 1951  He  Be  anils Tree  en Down  BBSS'--  GIBSONS ��� June 16 will see start of a five times per week  service from Vancouver to Gibsons,by Union Steamship Company's Ladv Alexandra. at  Geared'to help the many camps in this area, the Lady Alexandra will also serve Keats Island, Hopkins Landing and Wijliam-  S��n,Noamenn|on has been made by G. McBean, Union president;  about service to Gambier Island.  ' _^  boat  GIBSONJS. ��� A\tree on the  right���'of - way opposite the  Cochrane property /will be removed, according to a decision  made by village council.  Commissioner William  Skellett promised to investigate  the dangerously leaning tree  when it was brought to his  attention by letter from Mrs.  A. Harrison. s-  i  Congratulations   Peninsula  018-YOVB,  I  Herry  Service  &  ��  1  1706 West 1st,  I^OMB OF  . '..-���- ���',     ': -y ..���  rrow  j.  Vancouver,  B.C.  Phone OE 9f21  sg^sSffrggi^^ggSs^lVrfceg  Buses will meet every  with the exception of Fridays  according to Cecil Lawrence,  manager Sechelt Motor Transport.  "Many summer camps are  scattered throughout this district." a Union spokesman  said. "This service is primarily  to serve them. Each group will  schedule the various camp  openings to coincide with the  new service."  It is believed the Lady Alexandra Avill merely add to her  already approved summer service to the huge, summer camp  at. Bowen Island.  :!-"The' service wiljl endj. on  Labour Day,"- Mr McBean's  spokesman said.  Following is the schedule:  Leave Vancouver for Bowen  and Gibsons, Monday at 9.30  a;m., Wednesday at 1 p.m.,  Friday at 9.30 a.m., Saturday  at 1 p.m. and Sunday at 1 p.m.  The ship will leave Gibsons,  Monday at 4 p.m., Wednesday  at 4.30 p.m., Friday at 4' p.m.,  Saturday at 4 p.m. and Sunday  at 4.30 p,m:. P  On monjiays and Fridays the  Alexandra will service Keats  Island, Camp Artaban, Hopkins,  and Williamson's Landing.  Datiis Bayp  ' by robbie 1 '^yy  THERE were many tired  ladies in this area following the  very successful Sechelt' MJay .  Day in which this community'  took second prize with its .first  float, ever.  'I'm sorry to report the indisposition of a well known member of our community, George  McCormack who was suddenly  stricken while overhauling his  boat on the beach opposite his  hpme. *j ..���  | A special charter flew him  into Vancouver and St. Paul's  Hospital where he is progressing.  ; -More  whist  driver's turned  w^ at our last session with the ���  result that prizes were spread  a - little Wider this time.  Mrs..  H. McCleod and Charlie Brook-  man won top honors while the  lower: bracket   went   to. Mrs.  Cole and Mr- Levitt. Refresh-:'  mients are served at these gatherings-- every 'Saturdaiy   at   8  p.m. Mrs. H. Roberts won the  raffle prize  donated  by  Mrs. <���'���  McCullough ���-.?���'.'������ .-.'���������?.���  Choralier      Mrs.  .   Phyllis.-J  Stafford of Wilson Creek was-.-  married  in  a  surprise, * to  us,  wedding to L. Douglas Perkins  of   Brandon,   Manitoba at    a  quiet ceremony in ot. Andrews  Wesley  Church  in  Vancouver  with Reverend C; Wooland of- .,������-���������  ficiating.  The bride was given away  by her mother, Mrs. Leslie  Wilkinson of Pender Harbour  While Mrs. RL. Jackson was  matron of honor Jack Wells  of Penticton was best man.  A luncheon party at the Arc-,  tic Club followed the ceremony.  Botlt the groom and the best .  man are '.with the government  survey crew  which  had  just  recently finished the/Port Mellon road survey. ���:>,'-������. .-.���:--.'������:....-;���'-'.  The bride and groom will  reside in  Ashcroft.  Fire Gists Garage  HALFMOON    BAY-    ���  Spontaneous combustion may  have caused the fire destroying  the-J. "and H. Taxi garage.  The two cars were the only  items saved.  A new set of tires and tools  were lost in the blaze.  I  MOVING JOBS  LOGGING EQUIPMENT  HEAVY FREIGHT  ,>Cv Leaves Gibsons Every. Tuesday Evening  Arrives Excelsior Paper Dock 95 East 1st Ave. Wednesday Morning  Leaves Vancouver, Wednesday Evening  Arrives at Gibsons ^ursday Morning r  Phone Gibsons 50 Phone Gibsons 53  ������?t>-  .*?;  .*#������*���  AND LIVE.  Every .Citizen of British Columbia must face the fact that we may be  attacked. Yo ignore- this possibility would be to play into tlie hands of  : ant enemy.;iy yyy :f .'*v;-.  We must prepare now. Every man, women and child must learn  what can happen and what to do in order to fight back and preserve all  that we hold dear in our way of life.  ^  One of the first steps is to know just what an enemy hopes to achieve.  Knowing this, we can make our Civil Defence more effective and act in  a way that will minimize the effects of hostile acts which in total war  ���    . \\-  ��� .'-*'- ��� ���-. '-'���:''.'���.'���  are aimed at the population, our industry and war potential generally  and pur will to fight. !  Lack of knowledge creates fear.... fear creates panic and panic can  cause unnecessary death and destruction. If we know what to do, we  can fight back, with confidence'and vigour. If we act calmly, lives and  property will be saved. * (  :.     ��� Z.::^yy -������;   ��� . ..-. ;- ���" -yy       , .<  Remember this :��� Throughout history, new weapons of war have always  produced an antidote. This holds true today even in atomic attack. We  /...,'.   .���-������;;���"���- ^  can withstand any attack if we prepare now!  Civil Defence preparations are going ahead rapidly: Special training  courses are being held for members of our Civil Defence Corps.  '''������;'��� !  It will be your duty, when called upon, to- volunteer for whatever  role you are best fitted to do all you can to make, pur Civil Defence  a highly organized and powerful weapon in the shortest possible time.  ���     Remember Great Britain's wartime slogan: "We do> not admit the'  possibility of defeat���-it does not exist."    ^  These bulletins, now being published weekly in your local newspaper  will give you the-basic facts to prepare for your part in Civil Defence..,  Read them���clip them out, know how to act upon them.  ���  . Watch for another bulletin, in next week's newspaper. ,'.-���:  GOVERNMENT  HON. W.T. STRAITH, K.Cy Provincial Secretary  MAJ.-GEN. C.R- STEIN, Civil Defence Co-brdinator Thursday June 14 1951       The Coast News  ateway to  eau  SELMA PARK.  . - Nature has been kind to residents of  this Gulf Coast community nestled among the pines between  Sechelt and Gibsons.  With an estimated population of three or four hundred, this  thriving residential area has, lived by virtue of its beauty and  scenic splendour.        ' -^   .........      ���  Served by several buses per    ��� ���   day, the gateway to Selma  is Gibsons which, only 14 good  road miles away, also serves as  the gateway to the whole of  the area popularly known as  the Sechelt Peninsula.  Clue to the faith many residents have in this growing  district, lays in the announcement by veteran realtor and  business man A. M. Howell  that Selma Heights, with its  54 huge building lots is now  open for sales.  Clue, also to the potential of  this beautiful homfeteite subdivision is the story that quite  a number of the lots were sold  Within a matter of days. Local  men and women; wise in the  ways of the Sechelt Peninsula  have bought lots upon .which  they can build in l^ter years.  .;.;.;���"��� This area, "said one Board  of Trade booster, "is one of the  -finest in. the long .line of unbroken beauty that makes up,  -?��� bur coastline, f  Servedhyialllthemain stores-  in tjie area aided by fast, daily  delivery,   Selma  Heights  mayA  well be glad of its position,on  the map.; >- .;��� '. \ v  A huge, new power plants  generating .sufficient electricity to serve the Sechelt Penin-  . sula far into .the .foreseeable  future is now nearing completion at Clowholm Falls^The  present diesel plants of .the.B..  G. Power Commission are pro-  its ... woods   bordering   on   the  luxuriant. .���  One need' never trouble about  gardens in Selma Heights.  Clearing land can be done for  approximately $100 per acre.  Within a few weeks a garden  could be assured. Within two  years the new home owner will  not believe the ' growth' that  has sprung from the bountiful  earth.  Every conceivable service is  right at your door in Selma  Heights, including 10 minute  emergency plane charter flights  to the city.  The blue bay that is Sechelt  is home to many pleasure boats ���  while to thevright lies the snug  *  winter   harbour    of   Porpoise  Bay.  At Gibsons, "Where Fishermen Need Never Lie", one can  buy the finest jam in the world.  Gibsons Pack strawberry and  raspberry jam, from berries  growri right- On the Peninsula,  eahvdemahd, and .get;' premium  prices.  One famous wholesale grocer  has bought every year's pack  without hesitation and always  without  even seeing the produce. This could hardly be'done  where growth'and nature were  not bountiful....... ......-.���<���  ..   New,^ 28 feet highways: divide. r  ;tKe *    subdivision " o�� ���Selma"'  Heights.    These    are    already-  graded and ready for the build-  ducing more than is necessary  , er's trucks complete with your  for the present;\Theyaew'plants     supplies.  are aimed at preparing for the  future. Such is the thinking of  they who> v dVy-eil- in1 nature's  garden land. p.'"'-'' ���������">'.'; \\ :���[  From the front door of any.  potential "liome^-^buiLt;;:-.on- any  yof the- lots widish constitute  Selma Heights"'one can see the  giant ships from the Orient aiid  ��/Alaska steaming past on their  way to Vancouver, v >  Freighters slowly  crawl by  ; within view of your door, while  the unbroken vista/that is made  from the coastline stretching  from your feet to the, indentation that is Halfmoon: Bay,  is one of the scenic wonders.  Four miles  north of Selma  Heights nestles the community  .Builders and builder's supply  firms are numerous on the  Peninsula. Prices are, in many  ways, far more reasonable than  those found in the big city. It  is thought that many, new own. .  ers would build their own  .homes aided by the necessary  sub trades.  Schools are near at hand and  include a new, complete high  school, construction of which  was finished in 1951. ,  > Taxi services are at your \  door when you build in Selma  Heights.   -..;���_'.  To the north and far up the  scenic Jervis Inlet are huge  logging .concerns including  Powell Rivei*  Company,   H.R.  of Sechelt which has long been^   MacMillan. Company  and   the  famous, as1 a summer resort.  Served by freighters making  weekly calls,'; Sechelt is the  residential hbnies of many  Vancouver families during the  long, balii^?days of summer.  hew/sprawling giant thait is  Cahadian/Fqrest Products now  operatiiag: the Port fellon kraf t  pajr>er plant laying to, the east  '6f\^i^soiiiayZPzPyy.-p- :P~ .  ^es;v nature vha��: been  kind  Blessep^^i^  only  half  the:   tbi Selmaj iHeights^but you too  area ha statural 'growth withm -^buyers <mayvnot.-^  _.-_���-L.  What Yon Have Been Waiting For  THESE LOTS ARE SITUATED ON NATURAL BENCHES GIVING AN  UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW OF THE GULF OF GEORGIA FROM VANCOUVER ISLAND TO TEXADA AND INCLUDING THE PICTURESQUE  SHORELINE FROM SECHELT TO HALMOON BAY.  THEY ARE THE BUY OF THE YEAR. AN IDEAL PLACE IN WHICH  TO RETIRE IS SELMA PARK, WHERE THE AIR, THE VIEW OF THE  SEA AND THE SMELL OF THE PINES MINGLE WITH THE SALT TANG  OF THE PACIFIC.  GARDEN LAND   GREEN GRASS   GREEN TREES  THIS IS PROBABLY THE FINEST HOME OFFERING WE HAVE  EVER MADE. IN THE CENTRE OF THE SECHELT PENINSULA, tfEXT  DOOR TO A SHOPPING CENTRE WITH DAILY GROCERY AND BAKERY  DELIVERIES. COMPLETE FACILITIES FOR /THE AS/KING. BUS  SERVICE AT YOUR DOOR, FIVE DAILY TRIPS TO VANCOUVER VIA  THE SCENIC WONDERLAND "OF THE WEST HOWS SOUND ON BOARD  THE BLACK BALL CAR FERRY WHICH ALLOWS YOU TO SAIL AND  DRIVE FROM VANCOUVER TO YOUR DOOR WITHOUT PAUSE OR  HINDRANCE.  One Third Down    5 Percent Interest  GET AWAY FROM THE LIMITED. CONFINED LOTS OF THE BIG CITY.  LIVE WHERE YOUR COST OF LIVING CAN BE CUT IN HALF BY  MEANS OF A GARDEN IN ANY OF THESE LOTS WHICH AVERAGE A  FRONTAGE OF 100 FEET AND DEPTH TO 130 FEET, MAIN ROADS ARE  NOW IN THIS SCENIC SUBDIVISION, SEVERAL OF THE LOTS HAVE  BEEN SOLD. NOW IS THE TIME TO VISIT AND MAKE YOUR CHOICE  FOR SEVERAL YEARS AHEAD. THIS LOW TAXATION AREA WILL  ALLOW YOU TO INVEST FOR THE FUTURE. * .  ,  ideal  FISHING & HUNTING  VANCOUVER'S  -y '���PPPP  rH-  f-^yiy  <&yzB,  ATTRA(0TIv*iB CLIMATE, ��0W C6S�� OF LIVING, FISHING AND  SWIMMINGv&tf YOUfe DOORj^A NEW/, MILLION DOLLAR POWER  PlJlNT AT: YOUR; BACK DOOR; ^MILLION DOLLAR HIGHWAY,  (Promised^writlsin/ $wo years by Minister of Public Works) ADJACENT  SCHOOLS J^mtiO&iOIL AND DENTAL^ SERVICES MAKE Oi" THIS  PliANV THE ^DESIRED AND LONG AlrY^T^ fflBTTING FOR EITHER  INDEPENi)EifT, YEAR ROUNI* ElVING (^^SUMMES HOME  THE VANCOUVER BUSINESSMAN CANi^fUlWP IN HIS CAR AND  WITHIN Ttifr H0UMS BE A�� HIS^U��DffiERvHOME TO SPEND' THE  LONG WEEK3SNPS^I^^^  �� YdirG^��iy�� THE^^^ WHEN  YOU BUILD ON THE EASY T<^ CtEM (some only $100 to clear) LOTS  EACH WITH ITS OWN i^DIWDUAtiT^v / *  osure  Bay Tbrongh Your Own Estate igent  w  Your neighbours are retired business and tradesmen  W%Pl-i^9.l^^o^to:^he 'G^^r^t^ live^ Further afield  % .$|f��j^^ Inlet., while.  north is tne commercial fisnuig home and beauty spot  of Pender ^arbour. Gibsons, the entrance to the Sechelt  V.     Peninsula lies 15 mile3 to the south.  '.   ;<;  USUAL COURTESY TO AGENTS  PHONE -- WRIT& OR WIRE TO  ��� ���"''���    ;-  ��� Vn/v "      ���"���* '-v.:.',  A. M, Howell-DISTRICT Mgr  2295 W. 41st Ave Vancouver, B.C.  :HMM!\l!H!m  one Kt ���������:,->  ���"���A  ���-vo\.  v<.;:-;;-:. .{���  :-?===  ��� ������v. 8  r. The Coast News      Thursday June 14 1951  lor  in!  GIBSONS. ��� More blasting  of the harbour bottom is in  store for this community with  announcement by Black Ball  Ferries that further "softening" of tlie bottom must be  done prior to driving��of piling.  Two test piles were driven  Saturday when penetration was  several feet short of the desired  depth. i *i  A softening up process had  been done prior to the driving,  but it was insufficient. Blasting will "commence early next  week, probably Monday,"  Black Ball Regional Manager  George Frith announced.  HAMPION & WHITE LIMITED  PAcific 9171  PAcific 6539  1KLY SCOW  CARS, TRUCKS, CATS AND EQUIPMENT  Leave Vancouver  Arrive Gibsons  Leave Gibsons  Arrive Vancouver  VANCOUVER  Saturdays 9 a.m.  Saturdays 1 p.m.  Saturdays 5 p.m.  Sundays 9 a.m.  GlBSONS,B.c.  For* Information Phone Mr. Ed. Turner - Gibsons 68J  ���Bill i^ Another enterprising boy who is  ':^^mhg-io'&ppremte the value of saving  v^.:vwhat^he:vi^tft-^ch' week, he puts a  part #f hra^ in the bank,  pmidfpf his bank book! ���;;  credits his success to  SECHELT  BY ARIES  DQUGIE Doyle had a "birthday party recently. He was six  years old,. Little guests included :Sfela Nelson* Ger^-y  MeKissock, Elaine Powell,  Bonnie Mills, Robbie Weston,  Pete Hemstreet, Donnie West,  Butch Ponsford, Bert Myers,  and Ricky Parrish. There were  lots of races in which everyone won, and many games.  Speaking of birthdays, we  'hear Mrs. Stewart Killick eele-  bSalte-d another yeai$ Many  happy returns Nellie. Hope  you enjoyed your day and the  dinner party with Mr. and Mrs.  E.E. Redman.  , The Killick and , Redman  families are very excited these  days, Mr W. Killick and family-  are here ..-from England for a  grand reunion -with the two  families and now Nellie's sister  another . Mrs. Killick will be  coming out from England soon.  So nice to see people we parted  from thirty years ago. We all  came out as young war brides.  It Avill really be a gathering of  the clans. -  Our fire chief Fred Mills has  thanked   this   paper   for   the  small item praising  him  for  his  work.  However,  he   says  that he  likes  to  give  praise  where it is due and he would  ��� like us to mention that the men  working with him on this volunteer fire brigade work just  as hard as he does and they are  a^ very fine lot of  boys. We  feel that fthe fine spirit shown  by  these men  in their  many  "hours in drill and repair work  is taken too much for granted.  Two  new members   rjeceivd  into W.A. of Canadian Legion  Branch 112 this week are Mrs.  G.    Lowery    and    Mrs.    W. -  . -Weaver.'  Dr. D.T. McColl is under the  weather. Hope he will"'])e on  the j bb soon and feeling better.  He is a very busy man is our  Dr. andvhelps. with every! community affair that comes up.  Sometimes one does too much.  See we have a new man on  the Nelson laundry route, Ray  Deacon or Deek as he is called  (here usually.- We haven't any  details,' but wonder what happened* to Frank Postlethwaite.  Ray  is  very  popular  around  here. /���     :  Noticed W^ Doyle of Victoria  here visiting "his'daughter Mrs.  Gordon Potts. He is going back  east for a few months. Also *  saw Miss Violet Potts visiting  her sister and brother in law  Mr., and Mrs.  E.S. Clayton.  $tr. James Mowatt has undergone an, operation in Vancouver. We hdpe he will be back  soon.  "Noticed ..Mrs. Worthington  and daughter here for the week '  end at Glendalough where they  have stayed for many years.  Also saw Mrs. F. Adams and  ston, Wilfred from Bu��rnab,y.  They seem to like Sechelt for a  vacation as they come up every  year. >0  'y^yy  ^ving has helped xoilhons  to make the most of their own  enterprise and industry.  Experience has shown';;fl|at''lJ|fe;4WfS^^  between "getting along" gnd "gettang ',:������>>  ahead" often starts with a bank account.  Use the chartered bank in your  neighborhood as a safe and handy place   l  to make your sayings grow.  ion =a wisit from Victoria, hhe  likes it here'but agreed that  Victoria is very -beautiful at  this time of year. -  Transferable  ���\sr^  Dear Mabel.  We just received y6ur very welcome letter and were  we glad to see that, you know who, is out again. Maybe  your mother will get a chance to&uy some.good food now.  Not, mind you, that your faj^y^^p.esn't'eia.t good food,  but it would be nice to have your father back and in  circulation again where he can pick up the odd piece, of  meat./ ; ;-'.��� .        Z.iP/'  I don't mean to be funny Mabel, but you know it  just struck me. In circulation again and pick up a piece  of meat, Ha, Ha, -.-* "."  Bob, talking about meat, has been very good to me  and the: kids lately. I don't know what's the matter but  he has more time to spend with his family than he ever,  had. Last Sunday he bundled us all into the truck and  clatter crashed our way into Sechelt. By the time we got  there we were all just a mess with dust; That Selma Park  hill is a disgrace. Anyway, we hunted around for a place  to wash and have a sandwich and Bob, being Bob and  'knowing everybody, including Ernie Pearson, he runs  the Sechelt Inn, and after talking to Ernie, we were all  invited up to the SECHELT INN which is actually run  by Mrs. Pearson, Ernie just thinks he runs it, and had a  wash -- two washrooms, Mabel, in that town of no washrooms.  Bob was in his-.glory* he ran into some more people  from Hopkins that he. knew who were having dinner and'  the first thing you know, we're having dinner there too.  That was something to be remembered. Turkey and  dressing that was simply like your mother makes., l  Mrs. Pearson told: us that lots of people phone Sechelt  17 and reserve a table for sometime in Sunday. They sure ]  look after kids there, too. They've got highchairs and  will give you little servings for the youngsters that can't  eat like me and Bob.  We,re going back there, Mabel. You should get Aleck  to take you out. It's a break that lasts for weeks in the  mind of every working wife, and what wife in our set  does'nt work?  We're thinking of getting a party together and  phoning up to reserve a table for eigjht and then just1  relaxing. Try it, Mabel. It's really something - no dishes  no fuss, no muss when you eat at the  '���SfCfl     i:  ��i-;.Vr:>-.  .'<��� s *) f��":i (;1r1''."'Vf! t ��^j-*"t'f>"^ fvf v :: ��v  i  product tf the  mm  HMMtt  BISTIIJiKY  Pne of to series  ,      / - i-r.  by ymjr bank  SECHELT.��� It all depends  on war or coalition if the single  transferable vote is passed by  proclamation, sometime in the  future.  Mr.  Maclntyre,   MLA,  told  ] a meeting of Liberals, Thursday  ; ithat the single transferable  vote was now on the statutes  ;bnt would not be prtfclainiBd  nntil^tne coalition broke up.  :: B(e. hinted the coalition  would probably live on if  Canada went, to war or another national emergency arose.  EXPORT  CANADIAN WHISKY  AISTUAIO MATUDtO \ *~  A.NO TOTTM0 IH MONO  TNf CANADIAN f&Vf flaflfW     ^  MW WIMMlNtll*; ��� ���  ^anwrfia/i WMtA#  '$f&y  s  THE BfilTISJfi COLUMBIA DISTILLERY CO. LTD.  ,"* '      NSW   WESTMIN5TEH,  ��.'C.  BCP-I-03  This advertisement is not published or .displayed  by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia | Thursday June 14 1951       The Coast News  9  Flowers for AlFQccasions  PHONE: GIBSONS 76W  Mrs 35. Nestman  IMMEDIATE SERVICE  Ii  velopmem  SECHELT. ��� it.W. Kraft, assistant to the resident engineer,  Aluminum Company of Canada, verbally took members of the  Associated Boards of Trade through his company's plans for  development of. the gigantic plant in the Kittymat area, 500  miles north of Vancouver.  . Mr Kra��t spoke of a dam  being buh\t on -the Nechako  river which would rise 300 feet  and be part of a system using  a  tunnel 25 feet in  diameter  ��*C?^ w.      .  .���������-   >#;:.. '���������:��� :��� xT^**>  _^..;..���....'. ,w-rf.***  ... with iced drink* or a glass  of milk . . .with ocup of im,  coffee or cocoa.  P.F.  (ENGLISH  QUALITY  and ten* miles long.  The valley of the Kittymat,  five miles  wide and 40 miles  long will someday be the si,te  of a town with nearly 50.000  "persons.  The huge plant, vto be completed about 15, or 20 years  from now, will produce 500.000  tons of aluminum per year  which is, more than his company  produces in its ofcher plants  at the present time.  First stage of the plan, now'  underway, will cost in the  neighborhood of $13,000,000,  Mr. Kraft said.  The power house will be a  gigantic cavern hewn out of  solid rock, he intimated. It will  produce more' than one and a  half million horse power.  It will be June, 1954 before  the first meial is shipped from  the Kittymat plant while the  bulk of production will be shipped to the two major consumers  of aluminum, the United Kingdom .. and the XJnitJBd Stages.  Metal to th^se countries will'  be shipper"  m "pig" or ingot  ������   -.tit���*< *.**���<'���"��� <  ->���  .y-'j" y" y   ������; ���  .���i&y-h  evvcce  is now available eat  Port Mellon and Sechelt  -.-./.  The Bank of Montreal office at Port Mellon recently in-  . creased its service to once, a week, and now provides up-to-the-  minute banking facilities every Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  The subtagency will move shortly to new and better quarters  conveniently located south of the Post Office and Cafeteria.  Our Sechelt office, too, has increased its banking service.  Tjhe bank now opens on Tuesday and Thursday of each week  from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to better sepr* the banking needs of this  growing community.  'Business accounts, personal accounts, household chequing  accounts, iow^cost personal loans are only a few of the many'  services provided at the B of M . . . helpful services that help -  makeVlife a little'easier���a little smoother.  Jf you find it inconvenient to come to the bank personally,  you can conduct your banking business by mail. Ask or write  'for our folder "How to Bank by Mail".  To save money���to borrow money���for help in all financial  " matters, see the B of M. v ���  $,���  <r v  Baivkl of Montreal  Port Mellon Sub-Agency (Open Friday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.)  Sechelt Sub-Agency {Open Tuesday and Thursday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.)  , , TOM LARSON, Manager  WORKING,    WITH    CANADIANS     IN     EVERY     WALK     OF     LIFE    SINCE    18 17  quantities much as lead is shipped from the world's largest  non ferrous smelter at Trail,  B.C. '   :  Industrial Sites  Survey Explained  SECHELT. ��� Associated  Board of Trade meeting in the  Sechelt Inn -heard a government member of the Trade and  -Industry Bureau outline a sur-  .vey now under way which will  find the potential of each area  with regard to industrial sites,.  power potential, employment  situation and natural aids.  The questionaire which will  be sent to every Board of Trade  is aimed at promoting ready  answers to business wishing to  build in the' coastal zone.  The* survey w���as started by  the government when Vancouver's sites became in short  supply.  A representative from Chilli-  wack pointed to a story in a  Vancouver paper which purported the area was devoid of  industrial sites.  "This is quite in error," the  delegate said:, "Chilliwack district has many sites and good  ones'''.  \ IV is., expected that Gibsons,  Pender Harbour . and Sedhelt  Boards of Trade, will each  strike committees in order to  make %h7; overall "study- of -the.  area and its:industrial potential.  '���'. P-.y7   '"' ���������"������ '-. ���'������.������" :-   '  WE LEAD  THE HARBOUR WITH  Dry Goods  .      China  New, Fresh Supplies  A Complete Stock  of Kitchen and  Home Essentials  MURDOCK'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  THE AIRMEN  ... are featured each Monday, Wednesday  and Friday at 7:45 p.m., with the K.C.A.F.  Chorus under the direction of Dr. Leslie  Bell. It's music and song you'll enjoy on . . .  >.[ ���;j>i-r-  Batt  Over  m  **&v  GIBSONS. ���. Sarcasm jript?  into    the    tone;   of    Bjf.   ?  Maclntyre MLA's. speech ^lieh  he addressed a supper meetings  of..... the Liberal Association in.  the; 'j'Mariner   Cafe,   Thursday.  "If all the money used by  West Vancouver -in Ending  daily briefs to the government  against the car ferry and the  PGE and the money North  Vancouver used in-urging the,  PGE extension was given to  the government there would bes  enough to extend the  PGE'*.  The government is now out  shopping for a loan in order, to  ���  build the riew'vpart of the railroad.   ..{���   . ,��� ::.y ���..���;���  Mr. Maclntyre recalled the  manager of th0;I^GE was on  the parliamentary committee  stand explaining, a need for the  PGE while 133 loaded freight  cars were stranded at Sqiaamish .  a waiting Jt-he nine car barge to  convey them away. ���     '  Speaking.. on^bbies^the..^.  L.A.   suggested  the  teacher's  lobby.was probably the strong-.  est "in B.C. history;.  ...  '' More, than 150 letters and.  telegrams was received in one  week'by me-frcm ;the MeKen-  zie riding,''��� lie said. " The lobby  was successful1'', he remarked.  "At least the government left,  in the seven percent pension  allowance." v  /  itffr**J9.y '���'���y'p-   '       '"  ��� r--" r- :'':-���^���"���"������wv��� i--f ��� t -������'-- ���-������-���������-������-���-<..-jf i����������� ���-��������� >   CHEYRON 10  The Coast News      Thursday June 14 1951  �� j,.  Address  Will be given by  HON.  GORDON S.  WISMER  Attorney General of B.C.  4 -���..-���_  BR  IO:|5RM.  MONDAY JUNE   18  ANGLICAN       SERVICES  JUNfE 17 1951 4th, SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY  St. Bartholomew's Church  Gibsons      Morning Prayer  . * *  Suppliers of t  -L-L.ci.m.   ....  ll.am  .-.-...  St. Hilda's Church  1.45.p.m.  . ���.-  I 1.45.p.m.   ..  St. Aidan -s 'Church  Bl  Sunday School  Sunday School  ....   Evensong  SHI  Sechelt  ��� * ��� *  ILam  3.15p.m. .  ........ Roberts Creek  Sunday School  Evensong  This and That '      Piano Recital  Soon  ROYAL NAVY  DEMERARA    RUM  tbtf advertisement is not published or. displayed  by the Liquor Control Board or by the Govern-  . merit of British Columbia  Skinnymen, women  i gain 5,10,15 lbs.  |   Get New Pep, Vim, Vigor  What  *  thrill!  Bony  limbs fill out; ugly hollows fill up; neck so  longer   scrawny; ���' tody  loses half-starved,  sickly  "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. It*  tonioS; stimulants, invigora-  tors, iron; vitamin B|, cal-  ' clum, enrich blood, improve '  appetite and   digestion   m'.  food gives you more strength  and nourishment; put Arab  oa hare, bones';'.'   . \ .  Get Lovely Curve*  Don't fear getting TOO fat.  Stop when you've gained the  5,10,15 or 20 lbs. you need  for noftnal weight; Costa  -little. Jfew "get acquainted"  ^eijte*r��ily.." 60c. ,Try famous  OstrexfTmlo Tablet's.for-new"  vigor and added pounds, this  very day. M all: druggists.  :     BY MRS NESTMAN ������  .��������� ,-:-^-:   .-v.- .      . ���������-',  ."'Mrs.  Cqliil: MacDonald  and  her two daughters are 'here  from Yernon and visiting with  her ^parents, Mr. and Mrs.  George Marsden.  Jerry Vanatta is now clerking at the Bank of Montreal in  Gibsons. Mrs. Morris Croteau  is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mel  Usher. We understand the Jack  Marshalls will be moving into  the Harrison home.in the near  future. .  Mike Rabbitt is in St. Paul's  Hospital with a broken leg fallowing an accident in the  woods.  Mr. and Mrs. Tom Howe will  be leaving us soon to live in  Porpoise Bay while he works  on something to do with the  Clowholm Falls power project.  While on the job as census  taker I .have run into some  very nice people, and viewed  some beautiful gardens. I hope, -  someday, to be able to get the  time to put my own garden in  shape.  Jerry Berthelet has gone to  join the army. Kay Coleridge'  and 'her girl friend, Marg will  be spending the weekend with  Kay's mother and father, Mr.  and     Mrs.    John    Coleridge.  HALL FALLS  (Continued from page 1)*  pipesAvas "negligible''.  He had previously reported  to Village Council that there  was no overflow and warned  of the dangerous lack of water.  .Flint and steel again met  when the commissioner suggested, once again, to Headr  lands resident George Marsden  that he was "tired of you  talking".  Practically the same thing  sparked; a '' round robin'' letter  from Headlands read into the  minutes of a recent council  meeting. The letter assured  commissioners that "Mr.  Marsden a long time resident  and a man of integrity'', spoke  for they who sighed it.  In his sweeping condemnation of many things, including  members   of   the   public' who  > J  "asked such fooiish questions  Mr. Hall also accused The  Coast News of printing untruths.  YOU UKSn-lTiiVES YOU  SECHELT. ��� Among pupils  of Mrs. Lf. Allen taking part in  the piano recital, June 22, in  Legion Hal], will be Lyn Vernon  Dick Vernon, Jean Hague, Mrs  Mary Hague, Doris Farnham,  Lila Farnhain, J. Doyle, Diane  Pearson. Dorothy Laufson, K.  House, Diana McColl, Margaret  Williams, A. Gordon H. McColl,  Mary -Parker, Be'tty Pratt,  John Cla'xton and Karen  StoekwelL  ravel  A  Excavation Dirt Removed;  For that much needed service: when yon are braldiiig  y^ur^^^  .. WWeare gearecl to haul any type of materia,!, cheaply  and'safely;v     ��� '���yP.Hy'-^yi p':i-:-P'-'?P PpP  -.-;-��������� JWans^fpr thai home sliould' be- discussed /vyitfe ;a  building expert before you spend money. There may be  short cuts and advice that will save you many dollars.  Calionus for free estimates.';- P  '. Phone^ Sficheii 60  Use Coast News Classifieds  FATHER'S DAY  * %  Buy Mother a   'FRIG'  we have  :��OECrCCTICN: $449  : ZENITH:  I  ONL  Glass Trout & Trolling [Rods     Reels     Lures  PARKER'S HARDWARE  Li  ines  Phone Sechelt 51  GIFTS FOR FATHER'S DA Y  ���'" * ��� ���������'���' **"*y    ��� / " ,. '" '''' '  Lang's Drug Stores have Dad's Gift  for Sunday, June 17  SHAVING SETS  CIGARETTES  MAGAZINES  CANDY  LIGHTERS  FOUNTAIN PENS  CHOCOLA TES  CIGARS  2 Stores to  Serve You  SUNBEAM SHAVEMASTER       $36  CIMIER WRIST WATCH        $6.45  Unconditionally guaranteed for ONE YEAR  CIMIER Deluxe WRIST WATCH $7.95  \  PIPES TOBACCO $1 $5  OMEGA LIGHTERS      $2.50 $1.75  CAMERAS       from        $3.35    BINOCULARS - MARINE 7.50 $79.95  IV1 ANY FATHER'S DAY CAfcDS  9  umqt  PRISEflIPTIDN  SPECIALISTS  *i  6^5ECHELT CfS. GIBSONsGf  Km


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