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Array I'*     ^^!^^^>%^A<VWV����MM<������^^^^��  ��� ,-*  i  By  BILL SUTHERLAND  Editor, The Coast News  Serving a Progressive and Growing  Area on B. C.'s Southern Coast.  Cover? Sechelt, Gibsons, Port Mellon, Woodfibre, Squamish. Irvjnps  Landing, Half Moon Bay, Hardy  Island, Fender Harbour, Wilson  Creek. Roberts Creek. Granthaint:  ��� Landing, Egmont, Hopkins Landing.  Brackendale, Cheekeye, Selma Park,  etc.    v  PTTB-CTSHISD BY THE  COAST NEWS, X._n_HT_Er>  Business Office: Gibsons, B.C. National Advertising1 Office, Powell River, B.C.  ny.  Vol. 4 _ No. 4*  Gibsons,  B. C.  Monday, May 15, 1950  5c per copy, $2.00 per year, by mail  [SHADES of the Gay Nineties  } and memories of the Barbary  ���boast but that Pender Harbour  larea is getting wilder and wilder.  After my last visit there and  feeing Bill Peiper coming  j through the woods like he was  feome sort of Susquatch, beard  find all, > I came home and borrowed Pete's sixgun. Everybody's  feot a beard up in that country.  W Royal Murdock hasn't but I  |orgot to ask how come. He probably has a good reason, it would  $uite probably get caught in the  'aeon slicer or something.  t Bob Leith is one of the beard-  fess ones up there.. He was suggesting . that  a    little    publicity  fcould help so there he goes. Jok-  %ig  aside,- Bob  is   a  reasonable  |)ker but what he is doing up  mere with all those Sam McGees  jj. don't know.  'X.I  was asking the two people  jjp read my column    if    they  raid recall reading my supposed  \j>ke about the teacher at Silver  [ands  whom  I  expected to  see  .taring out of her Lower Slabov-  ;n "hall of learning, carrying a  jin under her arm.  They both  id they had and so did Mrs A.  ..Ritchey.'  She   introduced   ine  J the lady in question. Then, the  fext  thing  I  hear   is   the   high  ^commendations flying all over  _e place about this same lady.  I'eems  one of the  moguls from  ,|e Department of Education had  landered into her school, he had  |obably been  hunting  the  lost  r|dian   Midden,   and   this   same  fian came away,simply amazed  B the fine work she was doing  id the tremendous job she had  e with the' library.  .. likeXto   hear  about; a  good  ���rkmari- this lady seemingly "is  .e   of the   tops.  I  thought   I'd  is on the information.  Jam   Anderson   is   another   of  |e gay blades who is sporting a  ' ber's   delight   up   along    the  lokum way as was Jim Marsh,  is the. boy who was loaded  bear when Drage started to  leak   at   the   Irvines     Landing  |dl. But he got fooled, Drage's  ���st   words   were,     "I   strongly  e you. all to vote for the by-  ",Ho hum.  Mil  Cameron's  name   cropped  in the conversation somehow,  fhahd I can't think why unless  was one  of  the Harbourites  ifto is just leaping in expectar  pi of the big Klondyke Night.  ||Frank Leigh was all there with  s big grin wondering if there  Jgoing to be any real shooting  If that particular do.  m noticed Bob  Forrester,    the  Tkiceman, wandering around up  |) Pender.  He   didn't   smell  of  |ky so I guessed he hadn't had  \ wreck  any still that day.  It  lould be good country up there  Jr holding onto the odd mash.  J? Just  heard in  a very    round  jtout way, that Saral has been  licking up for me in that beau-  fful country. She should be one  jk the   last  to   approve,   as   her  |)lumn faithfully    arrives    here  Ad then often fails to get into  lie paper. She has to take  the  Game for that while quite often  Jhe fault lies with the amount of  pivertising or the amount of col-  ||mns   that   should   go   in   their  (lirn. Anybody want a job handling correspondents?  Talk about  flhovie   actresses.   Still,  they   are  Ifure a good bunch on this paper  Kiid will often do far more than  Ihey need to just in order to assure fair representation.  �� To be quite truthful I certainly don't know what weo could do  tvithout  them.    They   "are    the  Backbone of a weekly newspaper  $k- without them all you would  flave to read about local affairs  p what the advertisers have to  gay, and I know you would never  |>e satisfied with that.  fe Thanks for coming this far.  f.   '  J Nora:  "Elmer says  he'sT going  ifb marry the prettiest    girl   in  |.own_"  J, Dora: "The idea! Why, I don't  ifcveh know him!"'  reen  Mrs Jackson Makes Statement  WILSON CREEK-���"I am very glad the by-law passed, not alone  for the sake of winning but for the children who are so  desperately in need of schools."  In such manner did Mrs L. S. Jackson, president of School  Board District 46, greet passage of the by-law. "There is one  thing I am sorry for," she said, "that is the way that Sechelt  and Wilson Creek let me down.  "I would like to take this opportunity to thank Col J. N.  Burnett for the fine way in which he helped, also Mr Humphries  for his co-operation. E would also like to say 'thank you' to all  ratepayers who voted for the by-law and to the many friends'  who gave so generously of their time and labor to assure that  our children^hall now get their teaching in proper schools."  GIBSONS���Schools for the Peninsula and Howe Sound Islands  have been virtually assured by virtue of a 67 percent majority on the School Bylaw vote, Thursday.  A 30 day waiting period is required by law before actual  negotiations on construction of the schools can start.           There seems to be little chance  of an upset, following unqualified approval from Francis  Drage, JP. He it was who defeated, in the law courts, the bylaw of 1949. After having fought  the $282,000 by-law since its in-  . ception early this spring, the  Gambier man made a swing on  the   by-law's   side   following   his  Roads  Stay  *>&  Victoria Government  Good Says Maclntyre  GIBSONS���B.C. seems to be leading the world in at least one  respect.  "Batt" Maclntyre, MLA, speaking at a public meeting and  outlining his views of the last session of parliament, reported  that following a world wide survey which included every state  of the union and Scandinavian countries, it was shown B.C. led  all in its contribution to old age pensions.     ....  It also leads the United States  in social legislation. X- -���-,,'<�����'-  r -,,.Mr Maclntyre -.pointed;,, this ;s,as-  beirig   the   clue   to   the ^government's progressive  attitude;.    He  contended  the welding  of "v Con  servatism and Liberalism in Victoria was a sound and solid  means of government. He also  came out flat-footed an favor of a  contributory old-age pension system. "There would then be no  taint of charity attached to it."  He predicted it would come some  day in the near future.  In discussing the hospital act  (he led the rebellion which saw  the $36 per year limit "clause inserted in the amendment to the  amendment), he revealed the act  holds a clause which would allow the government to set up a  system whereby a patient would  have his expenses paid for the  first seven days in hospital. The  next seven would have to be paid  Sincerity  At Least  GAMBIER Island���Lack of interest or sincerity can never  be the charge levelled at B. M.  "Batt" Maclntyre by any of  his very few opponents.  Speaking at a public meeting here, he pointed out that  McKenzie riding was more  than 450 miles long with a  shore line of 7,500 miles. "I  intend to call on every village  and settlement in the whole  area."   he  said.   "I   expect  to  **^*"V       l-��^-    ��    ^-J.* ����    W V--VI       **.��_����-- VW����� j^p^,--., 1   - ,  for by the patient then the gov- cover oil the major camps  in  ernment  would  take  over   pay- the area as well."  ments from there on. -r-i -~     ���_.  tt        _.-._.__      t-      t        uX The   session  is  He predicted such>a clause had  "one chance. in 90 of being enforced."  Nearly $1 and three-quarter  millions annually will be saved  by conversion of the B.C. Police  to the RCMP, he said. Security  also appeared in the picture.  In. discussing public projects  and the limited amount of money, the popular MLA stated that  20 percent of the total tax income for the province was spent  on the health and welfare of its  people ($22,314.00).  Village Council  Meeting Report  CORRESPONDENCE from W^ter  Rights branch informed Council, that it will have no trouble  increasing the amount of water  on water shed property. From  100,000 gallons a day now in use,  it will be stepped up to 170,000  a day as soon as necessary. There  is plenty of water, and when  new pipe is in, there should be  no trouble as far as water shortage is concerned.  Tenders will be called in two  papers for the fire hall supplies  to be delivered June 5.  A by-law. regulating sub-divisions in Gibsons village was  given first reading, this by-law  .will assure village in prospective  sub-divisions that there will be  road allowances, and proper en-  only two  months long, he indicated, but  pointed out that his visits as  outlined above would take up  much more of his time. Transportation is also a major consideration in such a riding. He  had to buy a boat in order to  coyer it with any degree of  fairness.  GIBSONS ��� "Go home to your  people and tell them we will  not surface your highways or do  any major repairs on them. You"  will have to wait until we have  completed the main roads. When  we have completed the roads we  have now started we will take  the eight cents gas tax and earmark it for secondary roads."  And so was sounded the death  knell for major road repairs for  this peninsula. The man who uttered them was Public Works  Minister E. C. Carson, speaking  on the floor of the house during  last session.  "There is nothing I can do  about it now," said B. M. Maclntyre, reporting on his first sitting as MLA for this-riding.  "I am inclined to agree with  the government in its attitude toward doing first things first," he  said. In answering a question re  local roads, Mr Maclntyre pointed iput the government was in'.the  position of having to deny many  needy road projects in order to  bring system to its public works.  fie drew a parallel between the  state of Washington and B.C. in  trying to clarify the position of  Victoria.  "B.C.," he said, "has an estimated population of . 1,114,000  while Washington has 10,000,000.  B.C. has 24,000 miles of road to  build compared to our neighbour's 2400."  This province draws its' road  construction money from the  eight cents gas sales tax only. It  does not get any money from the  general fund.  POOL HALL     ���  AT SECHELT  SECHELT ��� Two local young  men, Ernie Barker and Mickey  Coe are taking a whirl at recreation. Only this is the type they  hope will pay off.  A new pool room has been installed over the new Standard  Oil garage. Open to all comers  (subject to minimum   age  laws)  winning a many point program.  By virtue of the time lapse  between this paper's deadline  and the actual printing, the following breakdown is from preliminary results only. At the  time, Britain River with its very  few votes had not been heard  from.  Bowen Island, Yes 16, No 44;  Gambier Island, Yes 25, No 15;  Port Mellon, Yes 3, No 3; Gibsons Yes 330, No 124; Roberts  Creek, Yes 111, No 59; Wilson  Creek, Yes 40, No 38; Sechelt,  Yes 79, No 71; Halfmoon Bay,  Yes 21, No 19; Silver Sands, Yes  12, No 3; Kleindale, Yes 15; Irvine's Landing, Yes 17-, No 6; Pender Harbour, Yes 94, No 12; Nelson Island, Yes 13, No 1; Egmont, Yes 26; Vancouver Bay,  Yes 3; Deserted Bay, Yes 5. Out  of the total 1205 votes cast, 810  voted Yes, while 395 registered  No.  Drage Goes To  Bat With Paper  GIBSONS ��� In a public statement made recently, Francis  Drage, JP, takes exception to a  local paper's press reports of his  about face on the by-law question.  The Gambier man wishes to  make public that his attitude was  not, as reported, an apology to  the School Board or any of its  members.  "I never apologized to anyone  when I supported the by-law,"  he said, "this report is entirely  erroneous and of slighting character, and unless a full retraction  is made I will take recourse in  the law."  "I," he continued, "supported  the by-law following approval  of certain points. There was no  apology made,  or intended."  the pool room is expected to fill  a need in the community. It is  hoped to add more tables in the  near future while plans are now  well under way for further expansion which will include bowling alleys complete with services.  New Ball Team Now  Theed Heads        Nearly Completed  Our Kinsmen  GIBSONS ��� John Theed, popular .local bank manager was  elected president of the Kinsmen Club at a recent meeting in  Hunter's Guest House.  Other officer are, George Hunter, vice-president; Colin Win-  grave, secretary; * Sam Nutter,  treasurer; Bill Swallow, Laurie  Speck, Joe Schutz, directors, and  Bill - Sutherland,  bulletin editor.  trance lanes or otherwise to property.  Next Village Council meeting  will be May 23rd, regular meeting on the 24th, due to Holiday,  will be set back one day.  Sub-division on the Thorburn  garage property and lease to Reg  Jackson for five years approved  by the Council.  GIBSONS���Something new has been added in the lo��al sporting  world.  Owing to the senior ball team being filled up, many younger ballplayers found themselves in the position of being highly  capable of playing ball but no team. The result of this thought  is now a full sized team with standing room only on the sidelines.  Sponsored and "organized    by ~~~~~~  Father E. O'Dwyer, the new unit  will consist of players from the  following: Barry Stewart, Ted  Parnwell, Jack Norris, Bill Pye,  Rudy Andrews, Earl King, Jack  Nestman, Mouris Hostlin, Bill  McGivern, Mike Poole, Norman  Peterson, Don Graham, Denis  Lowe, Ron Godfrey, Chuck Robinson, and Murray King.  It was pointed out by Father  O'Dwyer that ...this list does-not  eliminate anyone from -trying but ___  for the team. It is made up <3_JilAH3S  pletely on merit.  Uniforms have already arrived,  Royal Blue with a white stripe.  The team will be known as Gibsons CYO.  - Practises are arranged for  Tuesdays and Fridays.  Jack Nestman is chairman of  the new group, while Barry Stewart and Rudy Andrews will share  the chore of secretary and treasurer respectively. Doug Davis  is official scorer for the year.  - ^ ry^'yyyy. x/:0 g ESSE  By "ARIES'  WE NOTICE that the Parish Hall  adjacent to  St Hilda's  Church  is coming along very well.  The house being built for Father O'Dwyer here is almost finished. It's nice to see these buildings going up, shows there must  be a future here after all. Especially when we see nice homes  like those of Mr and Mrs Norman Haslett in the new Sub Division and Mr and Mrs W. Youngson with a new one just round  the bend from the Anglican  Church and many other little  places going up also and as we  are almost sure the school by-law  will go through there is not so  much talk now of people leaving.  The Hobby Show, the brain  child of Mrs Posthlewaite, convenor of P-TA, and sponsored by  that organization, was an outstanding success being the first  of its kind here. We were amaz-  Member   Canadian   Weekly   Newspapers Association  (B.C.  Division)  Authorized   as   Second    Class   Mail,  Post   Office   Department;   Ottawa  W. A. SUTHERLAND  Editor  and   Managing   Director  Published  every   Monday   by  The  Coast  News  Limited  Rates of Subscription:  12 mos. $2;  6 mos. $1;  3 mos. 50c  United  States  and   Foreign,  $2.50  per year.  Telephones:  Editorial    Department,    Gibsons    45  Commercial     Printing,     Gibsons    45  ed at the clever people we have  in our community. What appealed most was the wonderful weaving by Mrs Elizabeth Wright of  Wilson Creek. The young people  stood and watched her, especially the boys, which goes to show  how they like to do things with  their hands. It is too bad we  haven't manual training here as  we have a man in our midst,  Archie Williams, who is capable  and willing to give lessons and  is a wonderful craftsman.  Outstanding was a collection  belonging to Mrs Dorothy Erickson and dating back to the seventeenth century including a  hand-hooked rug, tea pot, candle  holder, embroidered pictures and  a crinoline shawl, and sixteenth  century tea spoons of silver from  a collection owned by Mrs Margaret Arnold. There was a christening robe (1861) loaned by Mrs  Posthlewaite. There were medals  which were presented to the British school children on the wedding of the Queen Mother! Hand  woven linen cloth, skirt, and  other items made by Mrs Lumon.  The Indian Village had a grand  display of baskets, leather goods  and embroidery dresses and  blouses made by the girls, whose  sewing is wonderful. Antique  dress   and   petticoat    loaned   by  Selma Park  Hairdressing Shop  Modern hair  styling. Competent    work  *  DOLLY  JONAS  Phone for Appointments  SftKlHS  ndow Frames  .LL. Paints  Everything for the Builder'   .  We urgently request every ratepayer to vote on the  school bylaw, May 11.  ENINSULA  BUILDING   SUPPLY  Phone 30J  HIGH COST OF BUILDING  LIVING ROOM  l5'-3il">fl3'-li"  ���   ���   ��� .  -���iKITCWEN  U'-Zi"  TCWEN   \S  j I I m_q  THE PRACTICAL  -[PANABODE  r-4 WAV  Mti  4  Model   120  25'- O"-  -J  WAY  HOMES ��� SUMMER GAMPS  AUTO COURTS ��� GARAGES  AND UTILITY BUILDINGS  The simplicity and ease of construction of this new Pan-  Abode cedar log home will amaze you. The secret is in the  scientifically engineered "Lock Joint" which gives absolute  rigidity yet eliminates nailing in the walls. Pan-Abode  buildings are completely flexible and can be cut to your  own plans. Precision cut to exact size at the factory, thus  eliminating unnecessary cutting and fitting on the site.  Can be self or contractor built. For further information  and catalogue contact factory direct at  AT LONG last the children here will have schools.  Citizens of the Sechelt Peninsula and Howe  Sound Islands must feel proud of their contribution to posterity. They must feel very warm in  their vote of faith and assurance for, and in, our  youth.  There seems to be no fear anywhere that this  by-law was not fought clearly and legally. Following the 30-day waiting period, the School  Board, - who are to be again congratulated, and  the Department of Education can now get down  to the hard grind of cement mixing and board  nailing. '  It will be many months before schools crop,  up throughout the Peninsula. It will be many long  days and weary weeks before teachers and pupils  alike can take their rightful place in well lit, well  ventilated buildings.  Environment, it is said, is the pattern of our  **. ��� ��� Wlte Helps Him*  MUCH AS we hate to report it, we just have to.  Progress and the telephone  companies  seem  to have passed by Gambier Island. And., the island--  ers, some of them, have found themselves in the  wash  of advancement.  At the recent meeting of B. M. "Batt" Maclntyre, question of the telephone line to West Bay  came up again. It seems residents in that area are  without means of communication with the outside. During the winter this can be dangerous. It  has already proved fatal in one reported case. We  are in entire sympathy with those people who  find themselves without a telephone. We entirely  agree someone or somebody should do something  about it. But ...  Let's look at this picture fairly and squarely.  We have a few, very few, residents in an isolated  area who are in need of telephones. We have several miles of trail along which the telephone  would normally go. We have a dearth of subscribers for the outlay. In other words who pays for  this service? Certainly not the few who are attached to the line.  The Church Camp applied for a telephone  but only for three months of the year. Residents  "blocked this move", as it would jeopardize their  own chances of getting a year-round line. This  was quite probably the first short-sighted move.  We suggest residents should have approved  wholeheartedly of the Camp's three-month plan  and then followed through by showing the government or the B.C. Telephone just how little it  would cost to put in a permanent line over and  character.   These   new. buildings   should   mouldy  well.    ��� ���:  We firmly believe there should be changes in;  our curriculums. We do not think our children*,  are getting the best in education. We contend/  there are too many off-the-beam subjects or, to|  put it bluntly; wasie oi school time. But.we do<:  not blame our school staffs for this, now we can-f  not blame our schools.   _ 0.  What will happen is that pupils will get then  most out of what they are offered. Teachers wil'_  be able to offer the most under their rules ant  regulations. That is far more  than the childrer  were getting.  Your "Yes" vote is a step in the right direct  tion. That was the first step   in. making   this  better world in whicii to live.  The kids are grateful.  59  above cost of the proposed summer line.  Mistake number one.  Mistake number two rests again on the samfi  shoulders. Residents are trying to get'"Batt" anj  James Sinclair to have the government put in  line.  In the meantime they are cut off and wi|  remain cut off unless they wake up to some sir  nle truths.  Go after the government to put in a telephoi  service  to   these  isolated  areas.   Nothing  wro||  with that, but don't sit back and say, "it's up  the government."  Do something yourselves.  There must be hundreds of war surplus an  phones in this country or the States.' Get one  them. Get some wire, there are miles of it,. ai  ���string up a purely bush telephone.    ..  Sure, the trees will fall on it. When it rai*  the voices will sound miles away. But when, hj  cold and still you have communication. Wh{  weather conditions are against you, you still haj  communication. It would never do for just geij  eral gabbing but then' that is not for what it J  intended. -  Francis Drage is a go getter. Enlist him |  trying to raise an army phone. Enlist some of t'F  clubs around the Peninsula for putting up t^  wire. The cost should be negligible and the he|  in a telephone, when trouble descends, would ofj  set any such trifle.  Go  after the government, but in the me  time try and help yourselves. After all, this isl  rugged country, it takes rugged individualism ai  just plain guts to live here at times. Show soil  Mrs J. Redman, and hand embroidery by Mrs Posthlewaite,  Mrs Berry, Mrs Larsen and many  others. The children's section was  very good with many outstanding'collections. Match Book covers by Jimmy Catterall. Silk flags  collected during world war one  and owned by Derolyn Cooke,  doll .house and furniture by Eleanor Powell. Art work and hand  work, primary grades and two  and three. High school posters on  safety. Wallpaper design, grade  five. Eskimo Land, grade four.  Mural, grade two and three. Clay  birds, Mrs Brooker, and clay  work and novelties, Mrs Postlewaithe.    Shell    work.    Mrs     F  French and Mrs Brewis (Halfmoon Bay). Also a hand worked  bag from Mrs Nestman of Gib  sons and a boat in a bottle fre;  Mrs Strsheim. Next time we hi  (Continued on Page 3)  DENTAL NOTICE  Dr. A. M. Lowe, Dentist will be at Pender Harbour  Hospital  JUNE 2 UNTIL JUNE 12  Appointments can be made with Hospital  Secretary    |j  jf"* .��*?: ��"�� K'5:      5._*S"$ ? $'.':';  $.     i&ML&Jr-L*?      %J'.?L  ������_..>���' ������:..;���'' ���:...:���'.  ���'*<?���:���':     rf'S.?.*     .���? * .���f't.ri * :*'Y       ��'.*��� ?���'*??'.��"; ."ft *":>  ���:������?      "��&?  ���_, *���     A% f  m&SMIP  A SIGN OF GOOD FRIENDSHIP   ,.  <*v ^���:- j,^"-.. y\m       *:>7:"::'*'> t;V* *:::*.'. *:;>. 'j-' $���"'  %y *���;**'* *���;.;���* ;���-���;**     &,  ji'.'\.j'.:ji:.:S. *; ���������������  '������..���^ .*- '������*      **v..;** .���$.        *''���������** *%���>* *v.i**.K.>*     iV A".**:. J;* .*;���..**..% **������,  ?���"'    .������y .���'"  %i:'?k>"r.'!ifr:  ��;>'.: * .�����.���������".v.':'..-:  J"?v'*: ''���[.$'' :::'.v-''  ���� -?'      &?&'#"'���  "'���    .������'.-   :'������> ���:  ���r-t. -i #���< : ���:> ���:> ;:��� 5s :=������<;��� ;?  ��� ���*..���;���...wr. ��������� ->..*v&._��� .*:.K .k.4  FRIENDSHIP  ���;.'j.l, �� .i:..'? ':..::-i.& _��.#������ ���/VS.      .0:.& '���'���3'i. "'  T. G. DUNN# Manager  ���.' .-* :.T! i MORE ABOUT . .  If  ���: (Continued from Page 2)  \ anything of this sort we- hope the  \ rules will be more fully explained as many people could have  :/sent in exhibits but did not understand that collections as well  as   handicrafts   were   acceptable.  Had a call this week-end from  Skinny men, women  gam  'y  Mr and Mrs Norman Haslett and  Mr Gordon Haslett. The Hasletts  are nephews of the late Bert  Whitaker and very popular with  us.  - Miss Ida Brealey visiting Mrs  F. French this week-end. Miss  Brealey taught here in the school  house on the hill many years ago  and enquired after many of her  former pupils. She did get out to  call on Mr and Mrs W. B. Billingsley and also Mr and Mrs W.  Youngson and Betty, whom she  had known in West Vancouver.  And also on Mr and Mrs William  Elliott who had" taken services in  the Baptist Church in West Vancouver.  Notice Gordon Potts here on a  visit with his sister, Mrs E. S.  Clayton. Recent visitors to Glendalough were- Mrs Harvey, Mrs  Sornerfield and Mr Wellwood, all  of Vancouver.  The LA Auxiliary to the Sechelt Branch of the Legion plan  to hold a flower show and tea  on June 20 in the Legion Hall,  so get your entries ready and  contact Mr William Elliott or  Mrs  Arnold for  full particulars.  THE COAST NEWS,   Monday,   May 15,   1950  IG  Get New Pep, Vim, Vigor  What a thrill I Bony limbs fill out: ugly hollows  Lflil Up; necfc no longer scrawny; bofiy loses hatf-  etarved, sickly "bean-pole" look. Thousands ot  ' girls, women, men, who never could gain before;  are now proud ol shapely, healthy-looking bodies.  i They thank the special vigor-building, flesh-building  ' tonlo. Ostrex. Its tonics, stimulants, invigorators,  -Iron, vitamin Bi, calcium, enrich blood. Improve  i appetite and digestion bo food gives you mora  ��� strength and nourishment; put flesh on bare bones.  - Don't tear getting too fat. Stop when you've gained  ~ the 6,10,15 or 20 lbs. you need for normal weight.  -Costs little. New "get acquainted" size only 600.  .Try famous Ostrex Tonio Tablets for new vigor  \ and added pounds, this very day. At all druggists.  In   Conjunction   with   Cecil   Lawrence  /  Good Food ��� Careful -��� Courteous  Our Rates Are Reasonable  Service.  Mak<  Your Summer Headquarters  Clean,  Comfortable. A Complete Home  ^fpra^_M_mi��gmraa*��3sit��MBj^^  S LIME  EFFECTIVE MAY 20,  1950  SUMMER SCHEDULE  *CAPTAIN   BOVER  I've been to the norrard,  Cruising back andfonard,  I've been to the norrard,  Cruising sore and long.  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.  Monday Only  Leave Gibsons Leave  6:50 a.m.  4:00 p.m.  7:00 p.m.  **Early Monday Trip 6:50 a.m.  arrives Vancouver 8:45 a.m.  Horseshoe  9:15 a.m.  5:40 p.m.  8:15 p.m.  Bay  Timetable No.   15 ��� Cancels No.   14  All times daylight saving while in effect  * Tuesday Through  Sunday  Leave Gibsons Leave Horseshoe  8:00 a.m. 9:15 a.m.  4:00 p.m. 5:40  p.m.  7:00 p.m. 8:15 p.m.  Bay  Lamb's  An  extra  trip will   be  operated  on   Saturday  ONLY  leaving Gibsons at 1:00 p.m. and leaving Horseshoe  Bay at 2:15 p.m.  An extra trip will be operated on Sundays of July and  August  ONLY  leaving  Gibsons   at   9:30  p.m.   and  leaving Horseshoe Bay at 10:30 p.m.  All trips from Gibsons connect,with Pacific Stage Lines  Buses direct to Vancouver.  Connecting Pacific Stage Lines Buses leave Vancouver  as follows. 8:30 a.m., 5:00 p.m., 7:30 p.m. Bus for  EXTRA Saturday trip leaves at 1:30 p.m.  FARES  This advertisement is not published or  displayed by the Liquor Control Board or  by the Government of British Columbia.  * An old sea shanty.  Adult  Single  $1.25  Return  $2.00  Parcel  Express Service Available  Horseshoe Bay to Gibsons  Rate: lc per Ib. ��� $  .35 minimum  Taxis available at Operating  both terminals. M.V.  "Machigonne"  COFFEE BAR ON BOARD  Children  $  .45  $  .80  mmsMHunmam&. passsmmam  r  t  wm  Roomy,  light nets that will  hold - -  1.89  i fACKU  A  popular   line   of   casting  plugs  A   good   selection   of   reels  both steel  and  plastic.  From       1.50  Don't forget the  kiddies. Let  them also enjoy  themselves.  Tv*?%&=  *' 'o^  Cast off with the right equipment  Choose from our large selection of rods, reels, lines,  lures and other necessary supplies  This is Your Sport Fishing Supply Depot  ���Where Prices Are Fair  Herring Strips ��� Bottled Bait, Etc.  "SERV8NG THE PENINSULA'  We have a selection of rods including  economical steels from  89c  XXM^^ V,Monday/   May 157  "How   can   I     avoid     falling        With an area of 386,000 square  hair?" miles, Egypt had a population of  "Jump  out  of  the  way." 19,528,000 in 1948.  r  __.L_BL_.L--.-g  We take this opportunity of wishing every success to  . CALDWELL  proprietor  Peninsula Building Supply  Burns & Jackson Sawmill  Wilson Creek 15M2  A.   Johnston,  manager  e* opened  The finest  in (Breads,  Cakes,  Doughnuts,  Cookies and Pastry  Now available at the  ELPHINSTONE  BAKERY  GIBSONS, B.C.  Under Management of  Stan Allibone ��� Master Baker  FOR  HOME  ROOFING  165 lb. HEXIGON  Red, Green, Blends. Per square $9.00  Grey, Green and Black. Per square     8.50  210 Ib. THICK BUTT  Red, Green, Blends. Per square  11.00  Grey, Green and Black. Per square . 10.50  All Rool Roofings ��� Building Papers -^- Roof; Coatings ��� Ridging ��� Capping ��� Roofing Nails etc.  Dealers in Genuine Duroid Roofing and Shingles ���  Gibsons Building Supplies  GIBSONS 53  ?  -Hospital Here  GIBSONS   ���   Probability   of   a  . hospital close to Gibsons seems  to be still a remote one.  Addressing constituents here,  B. M. Maclntyre. MLA, held out  little hope for early construction  of a hospital here. The Hamilton  report, (the report which governs ���  the government's attitude to hospitals as does the Cameron report with the schools) has decreed a clinic be built at Sechelt.  He pointed out there was just a  "Chinaman's chance" of the government changing its mind on  this important matter.  In dealing with hospitals, Mr  Maclntyre recognized the need  for better hospital facilities but  warned that, despite his wanting  and willingness to do what his  constituents wished in the matter, he would be very much  handicapped by the attitude of  the government in following the  Hamilton survey.  In a meeting at Gambier Island, Francis Drage, JP, urged  the member to "do his very utmost to have a hospital built in  the vicinity of Gibsons in order  to serve the people of the islands."  The   government  of B.C.  will  pay one-third of construction  costs, provided the Hamilton report had previously approved of  the location, the federal government  will contribute $1,000 per  bed while the remainder has to  be raised by the area or municipality in question.    .  "It is up to the local people to  make the first move," said Maclntyre. .     / ���  For  Summei  Casuals  Fleetfoot  You save with top  quality and comfort  i n these smart,  modern stylings.  . Stride     along     with-  X ease  in any or our?-  many  carefully  selected     spring     and  summer footwear.  -%y��i.   *t%C^  HOWE SOUND TRADING CO.  GIBSONS 39  CHARLES L0WTHER  An Expert Mechanic is at Your Service in Gibsons New  ��  STANDARD SERVICE STATION NO. 3  Formerly "Slim" Thorburn's    #  A Subsidiary of the Silver Grille Garage  Yhe Same Careful Service Will Be Yours.  Make the new modernized completely equipped unit your car  headquarters of the future.  A Complete Line of Used Cars Will Soon Be On Display.  In The Meantime It Is Service  iti irr Station  GIBSONS Wilson Creek Drive        THE COAST NEWS,   Mondoy,   Moy 15,    .950  B  7T^.-  ���iWii\��^i__^_____^_#^4-^  ��i i-imuiuh"1  .Tu����_lii  ���frtttTPft?'  ^ #0as farther-Lasts longer  29% improved hiding strength makes  TRUTONE WHITE cost less because it goes  farther. Takes less paint . . . less work.  Intensely white ��� and stays white because  it literally cleans itself..  For lasting smartness and economy, keep  your house white with TRUTONE WHITE.  y-wm  'r/'ir'Wx  'rr    'JRfJ  M'y'iy J<Mr  ffi"4r'3    '    fr-Vm  Enduring colour for  outside trim  C-I-L TRIM and TRELLIS  Specially, made for  door and window  frames and other  outside trim. Better  hiding, better colour  and gloss than  ordinary paints.  6 colours and black.  CILUX ENAMEL  "One Coerf Magic  ts  For furniture,  outdoors and in,  walls, woodwork ���  automobiles, too.  Easy to use, easy  to clean.  24 rich colours, also  9 special colours  for automobiles.  S-T-R-E-T-C-H your Paint Dollars  C-MJ PAINTS have the high hiding qualities,  the'stout resistance to wear and weather,  "    .which   make,  your  paint   dollars   go  farther. Before you paint���  SO-PVD-8  SEE  YOUR   C-I-L   PAINT DEALER  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIBSONS 53  "Support Notional Beautification Campaign- May 13th-27th"  ���    ^ .   A DIA N  IN D U S T RIE S LIMIT E D  Business and Professional  iil^��  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  BEER BOTTLES REAL ESTATE  WiUoall and buy for cash,  beer bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls made at intervals from  Hopkins to Irvines Landing.  R. H. STROSHEIN  Wilson   Creek  Specialist in Coast Property  Consolidated Brokers Ltd.  Gulf Coast Offices  Gibsons and Sechelt  Phone 37  GARBAGE DISPOSAL  TYPEWRlfERS  Garbage Disposal Service  weekly or monthly  Sechelt, West Sechelt,  Selma Park only  For Information write or  'phone      .  Union Steamship Co.  Phone Sechelt, 22  GENERAL HAULING  Typewriter Sales and  Service  Agent for Remington  For Fast, Accurate. Service  see  COLIN WINGRAVE  Gibsons.  B.C.  Is Big Success  WILSON CREEK ��� The recently completed Red Cross campaign in Wilson Creek district  resulted in a collection of $123.75  according to figures recently released by the Ladies' Club, sponsors of the drive.  The ladies wish to pass on  their sincere thanks for all contributions with a special note to  canvassers Mrs E. Mutter, "Mrs T.  Turner, Mrs M. Roberts, Mrs G.  Reid, Mrs Leslie Jackson, Mrs  M. Kraft, and Andrew Johnston,  for  their  splendid   efforts.  Drage Statement  Gives Approval  GIBSONS   ���   Following   is   the  statement made by Francis  Drage, JP, following approval of  the   School" By-law.  "Naturally I am very pleased  that children will now get proper  education. It is a 'must' for all,  and I'm glad to see Bowen Island  will be assured of a high school  curriculum  in their  own  school.  "I was glad to see that Gambier Island approved my actions  by virtue of a resounding majority vote in favor. I would like to  congratulate Col" J. N. Burnett  and Returning Officer Thomas  Humphries on a very, well run  ballot. It lived up to the best  tradition of free voting. Unquestionably the procedure I advocated will be adopted in other school  areas.  The school board now has its  chance. I'm sure they will take it  and live up to their obligations  to both children and taxpayers.  I particularly refer to veteran  and old age pensioners and other  low income  groups.  "God Bless You All,  Francis Drage, JP.  Again It Comes,  A Ferry No Less  GIBSONS ��� What amounted to v  -    no more than veiled hints mayv  predicate what this peninsula has  long   needed  and   urgently  proposed ��� a car ferry.  "There are three companies  now dickering on the idea of a  . X.ca;r- ferry,.XB.XM. Maclntyre said-  in an ^interview with the Coast  News. "I hold very slim hopes  for the two which propose Horseshoe Bay as a terminal. But there  could be a possibility of the company which desires to " end at  Vancouver." Approaches have already been made to the Public  Utilities   Commission,  he hinted.  When asked to identify the  concerns he -refused, saying,  "This thing is still in the very  early stages. None of the people  involved wish to have their  identity disclosed." He reported  there quite probably would be  opposition to the ideal from "local interests."  "Anyone wishing to contact  these firms could do so through  me," he said. "I'd be quite willing to act as a 'go between'."  TAXI  CARPENTERS  Qualified Carpenter  Nearly 40  years in the  Carpentry Business  Desires  Contracts  Free   Estimates  Work Guaranteed  /-   R. INNIS  Granthams  PENINSULA CABS  . 24-Hour Service  2 Phones ��� 2 Cabs  WILSON CREEK and  SELMA PARK  Phone   Sechelt  66  GIFT STORE  BILL'S TAXI  Reliable 24 Hour Service  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Bill Mervyn j  Phone Halfmoon Bay 7-U   '  Headquarters for Wool,  Notions,  Cards, Toys,  Miscellaneous Gifts  Gibsons 5-10-15 -Store  Left of Post  Office  Gibsons, B.C.  TRANSFER^TRUCKERS  HANSEN TRANSFER  GENERAL CARTAGE'  GOOD BUSHWOQD  Phone Sechelt  28  Sechelt, B.C.  PLUMBING-HARDWARE  PLUMBING and HEATING  Hardware, Plumbing Supplies  Heating p Necessities  "Serving the Peninsula"  Marshal Ts  Hardware  P&pne Gibson���33  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS  Registered Plumbers  PLUMBING  Sales   and   Contracting  Diner: "What sore of pudding  is this?"  Waitress: "We call it college  pudding, sir. Like it?"  Diner: "No. I'm afraid there's  an egg in it that ought to have  been expelled."  A bore is a fellow who wants  to talk about himself when you  want to talk about yourself.  ANDERSON'S  AUTO AND  Irvine's   Landing,   B.C.  Gasoline and Diesel repairs . . . Modern electric  valve tools . . . Automobile service ., . . Boat  spray-painting . . . Concrete boat grid ...  Phone Pender Harbour  ilHor 6J2  Men s Shop Has  New Manager  GIBSONS   ���   Harry    Rieschelt,  popular retired    CN    Railway  employee,  has taken  over management of the Men's Shop.  In  the  few  years  that  Harry  has lived in this district he has  made himself popular with his  ever present smile and wit. He  has already started with a bang  by acquiring one of the most exclusive suit listings on the West  Coast.  The store is still owned by Jim  Veitch but Harry will have complete control. It is known the  new manager will add to the already popular store's many  friends.  NOT  *   SEA BUS LINES  Summer Schedule ��� Commencing May 20  3 Return Trips per Day ��� Every Day.  4 Return Trips per Day ������ Every Saturday.  4 Return Trips per Every Sunday (July and August).  PLEASE NOTE  Our passengers are requested to take particular notice  of NEW BUS DEPARTURE TIMES FROM PACIFIC  STAGE DEPOT*AT VANCOUVER. THESE ARE OUR  CONNECTING BUSES AND WILL RUN NON STOP  TO HORSESHOE BAY. PLEASE USE THESE SPECIAL  BUSES AND NOT THE REGULAR SCHEDULED  BUSES. EACH OF OUR SPECIAL BUSES WILL ALLOW YOU AN EXTRA 20 MINUTES IN TOWN  AND CUT DOWN THE TRIP TIME CORRESPONDINGLY.  PASSENGERS WHO MUST CATCH BUSES ON  ROUTE BETWEEN VANCOUVER AND HORSESHOE  BAY MUST USE REGULAR TRIPS WHICH WILL  LEAVE THE DEPOT 8:10 a.m., 4:40 p.m., 7:10 p.m.,  daily AND THE SATURDAY EXTRA TRIP AT 1:10  p.m. AS OUR SPECIALS ARE NON STOP.  __... .<^-~,.  Wxt (Boast Jfcuis  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  3 Lines (15 words) for 35c 3 Insertions (same ad) 75c  Extra words, above 15-word mm., 2c each.  Cash with order.  Notices, Engagements, Marriages, Deaths, etc., 75c Insertion  LITTLE ADS ... BIG RESULTS  SHOES,   BOOTS:  ANDERSON'S   Shoes,   agent   for  Dayton     and     other    popular  brand logging boots. 2723-1  TYPEWRITERS:  TYPEWRITERS for rent, $4 per  month, $3.50 for students. Norman Peterson,  Gibsons,  B.C.  2724-44  PERSONAL-  SHIP BY Gulf Lines Express to  or from Vancouver. Low rates.  Fast   service.   Careful   handling.  Specify Gulf Lines Express,    tf  UNWANTED  HAIR  Permanently eradicated from any  part of the body with Saca-Pelo,  the remarkable discovery of the  age. Saca-Pelo contains no drug  or chemical.and will kill the hair  root. ���"*"'���  " LOR-BEER  LABORATORIES  679  Granville  St.  Vancouver, B.C.  tfn  SUMMER homesites in the celebrated and beautiful Jervis Inlet area on Vanguard Bay, any  size you desire from 2 acres up,  at only $100 per acre. Vanguard  Bay offers unexcelled boat anchorage. Cod and salmon fishing  with fresh water lake only 1  block inland. For details write  to W. E. Haskins, Pender Harbor, tfn  PERSONAL:  SUFFERERS from Arthritic,  Rheumatic, Anemic, Diabetic  and other deficiency ailments,  try ELEMIN natural Mineral and  Multiple Vitamin tablets. (Not a  drug but a food supplement).  ELEMIN is sold on a Money Back  Guarantee. Districts open for  conscientious representatives. S.  and S. Distributors, 1834 Haro  St., Vancouver. l  WORK WANTED  GENERAL Painting  and Paper-  hanging,   Spray   Painting  and  Graining.     John   Melhus,   Granthams. 2721���41  LAND ACT  Notice of  Intention to Apply to  lease Land  IN LAND Recording  District  of  Vancouver and situate at Egmont, Sechelt Inlet, following  the shoreline of Lot 5940, held  by the Egmont Consumer Co-operative Association, Egmont, B.C.  Take notice that the Egmont  Consumer Co-operative Association of Egmont, B.C., occupation  Consumer Co-operative, intends  to apply for a lease of the following  described  lands:  Commencing at a post planted  at the S.W. corner L. 5940 thence  S. 85�� 59? E. for 550.8 ft.; thence  N. 80�� 00' E. for 400 ft.; thence  N. 26�� 30' E. for 270 ft.; thence S.  88�� 30' W. for 360 ft. to H.W.M.  (60' from the Gov't, wharf) thence  southerly and westerly along the  H.W.M. to point of commencement, and containing 2.74 acres,  more or less, for the purpose of  fish buying camp and anchorage,  (grazing, oyster-culture, etc., as  the case may be.) Egmont Consumer Co-operative Association.  P. R.  Crowe-Swords, Agent.  Dated March 13th, 1950. 6  THE COAST NEWS,   Monday,   May 15,   1950  Comfortable Rooms  Modern Conveniences  Centrally Located in Pender Harbour  Phone 1242  P___il-_-m��__��n_-  Use "News" Ad-Briefs To Sell Buy, Rent  Take advantage of safe, confidential  city service. Pass book, cheques, 2%  interest. Hundreds of mail customers.  Send coupon for facts or 'open an  account right away.  _  ASSETS EXCEED  EIGHTY-NINE MILLION DOLLARS  C/_MDAPmiANMT  M0RI.AGI COKPOMM  �������� :>-��-��:��-�����<<:��_��:c_<���  WILLIAM J. BELL  MANAGER, VANCOUVER BRANCH  Canada Permanent Mtge. Corporation  432 Richards St., Vancouver, B.C.  \^2 Send me full facts.  f~~j I enclose $ open an  account and send passbook, etc.  liame  .    .  Address .~^_-_��M_��__��___M����__^__��_____..__��,  tt  W/f'S  in twn!"  I    -;>.  i^m-,  ^m  ���'Smr.  S6  So serve something new and  delightful���cocktails and long  drinks made with Captain  Morgan Rum. There are two  brands. Gold Label is  rich and full-bodied...  rBlack Label extra smooth  and flavourful. Both brands  make taste-tempting drinks!  iiun  <  GOLD LABEL  PUJM    ygi&aes&tef  Blended in Gaiiadji-from Carefully Selected Rare Old Rums  -      by'CapjtainMpxgaa Rum Distillers Limited.  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  s  MARY W. RENNIE  THE STORE at Granthams is being remodelled. The changes  are quite an improvement. The  Guest House is also following the  same lead.  The Poole family have moved  into their new home, the original Granthams property. Mrs  Huyck arrived home recently  from Ottawa where she spent a  long vacation. Mr and Mrs S.  Mathews have taken up residence  here again. They have recently  returned from the southern  states.  The Misses Doherty have returned following a vacation in  Vancouver and Lulu Island. Mrs  Harry Reichelt has joined us  again following a spell in St  Paul's Hospital. We sincerely  hope she remains well for a long  time. We know that Harry certainly seconds thatv  We understand that Mrs H.  McLean of Soames Point is still  very ill. We hope she will soon  be well again. Among recent visitors were Miss Dunmore and  her niece Miss Norma Johnston.  Herb Gamee was the guest of  Frank Farrow:  July 5 has been set as date for  the Garden Party sponsored by  the Harmony Group'of the WA  of the United Church. Mr and  Mrs T. Humphries have again offered the use of their home and  lawns for the occasion.  The Misses Vera and Dorothy  Barron are now well on their  way toward starting a six-month  trip in Britain and Central Europe. They sailed last month.  The George Mathesons have  opened up their summer cottage  for the season.  Sea Bus Lines Ltd.  X       NOTICE  Sul^ect ,-toXthe.,- approval- ot  the Public Utilities Commission the following schedule will be put into effect  commencing May 20,  1950:  SUMMER SCHEDULE  Monday Only:  Lv. Gibsons     Lv. Hoxseshoe  6:50 a.m. 9:15 a.m.  4:00 p.m. 5:40 p.m.  7:00 p.m. 8:15 p.m.  Tuesday  through  Sunday:  Lv. Gibsons     Lv. Horseshoe  8:00 a.m. 9:15 a.m.  4:00,p.m. 5:40 p.m.  7:00 p.m. 8:15 p.m.  Saturday Only, Extra Trips:  Lv. Gibsons     Lv. Horseshoe  1:00 p.m. 2:15 p.m.  Sunday, July and August  Only:  Lv. Gibsons     Lv. Horseshoe  9:30 p.m. 10:30 p.m.  Objections to the above proposed schedule may be fil-._  ed with the Public Utilities  Commission, Central Building, Victoria.  SEA BUS LINES LTD.  G. D. Frith,  Manager.  iechelt-Jervis Towing Co  Your Local Complete Marine Towing Service  LOG TOWING ��� YARDING  PILE DRIVING  SCOWS ��� DREDGING  SALVAGE  Special Facilities for Quick Movement of Cats, Logging Trucks and  General Camp Equipment  PHONE US COLLECT FOR RATES  ^GIBSONS��� Mr. Reg Godfrey, Tel. Granthams 56  PENDER HARBOUR���Bill Donley, c/o Hassan's Store, Tel.  11F2  NANAIMO���The Nanaimo Towing Co.  Ltd.  Tel., Day 555; Night 1497 or 305  Area Agent-���Mr. H. Spalding, Pender Harbour, Tel. 6 S 2  2 New Deluxe  Chevrolet Sedans.  Y2 Ton New Chevrolet Truck.  Are Now On Show  Complete  Body and   Motor  Repairs  Our shop is equipped to handle all your  work.  Satisfaction Guaranteed  Wilson Creek Garage  u  COME ON IN, SON, AND  When you take over the farm,  one of these days, you'll want  to talk to him. You can discuss  your affairs in a friendly way, as I  have done. And you'll find he knows a lot.  He knows we farmers need bank credit���  sometimes to put in a crop, sometimes to  take off a harvest. If we need market  information, he can get it for us.  Remember when we electrified the farm?  Our bank manager made me the loan.  He's backed us up that way for years,  helping us to improve our stock, increase  production.  And that's what our bank manager is there  for���to help you and me to manage.  He's a good man to know.  SPONSORED    BY   YOUR   BANK I.  Veteran:  most three hundred men out of  action."  Admiring youngster: "My, didn't you get a medal?"  {   Veteran:  "No,    I    was    camp  cook."  Optometrist  GIBSONS  PHONE GIBSONS'91  Office Hours:  ' 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings  by  Appointment  Every  day except Thursday  Why  go  to  Vancouver for  Optical Service?  p.  9  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  Hassans' Landing  Midway South Shore  ffehin.  .   MATURED  p.        AND  ?   BOTTLED  !;        IN ���  '   ENGLAND  t  i  [LEMOiVMT  ROYAL NAVY  ;This advertisement is not published  |or displayed by the Liquor Cpntrol  jBpard or by the Government of  (British Columbia.  KEN HUGHES  daily presents a program of bright, cheery  novelty music, selected entirely at random  ' from the CKWX record lihrary. Listen to  THE KEN HUGHES SHOW at 12.15 on...  &rt^^^  31  mJAxa sol  1 IJL ^  GOIHG PLACES WITH MUTUAL  Healthy Surplus  A QUARTERLY general meeting  of the Pender Harbour Community Club was held April 23,  in the new Hall at Madeira  Park. Mrs H. Reiter read the  Auditor's Quarterly Financial  Statement which showed as Revenue: Memberships, $104.00;  Bond Sales, $2,045.00; Donations,  $155.21; Social C o m m i 11 ee,  $158.73. Expenses: Insurance,  $64.80; Building Expense, $441.57;  Wages, $80.00; Bond Expense,  $206.11; Sundry, $30.92; Entertainment Expense, $65.95; Social  Committee Expense, $13.36.  Leaving a net balance of $1688.84.  Mrs L. Larson read the Social  Committee's report showing that  $190.00 was clear on the books to  ward a piano tor the nail. this is  included in the above amount.  Ole Kleven moved a vote of  thanks to the Social Committee,  seconded by Bill Newick.  Mrs Norman Klein was nominated by Reg Spicer, seconded by  John Haddock as executive member to replace Mr Jack Stewart,  who has left the district. Mr Ole  Kleven has been the Star Bond  Salesman so far, and a vote of  thanks was tendered to him.  There still must be more Bonds  sold if we are to have �� heating  unit and a lighting plant for  winter use.  Don't forget that big night!  JUNE  16,  Madeira Park.  Pao% R,lcUc^idrA /llmama&A  He that is rich need not live sparingly,  And he that can live sparingly need not be  rich.  Scientists have proved that the  moon isn't made of cheese. But  all they know about it concerns  the 50 per cent of the moon's  surface visible from earth.  Phone 15M2 Wilson Creek  UNi iiiui; service.  B.C. HOSPITAL  * NOTEr-RETURN BILLING CERTIFICATE WITH YOUR PAYMENT  We take pleasure in announcing the appointment of  HARRY RIESCHELT  as manager of the Men's Shop  The popular men's supply store will add a new line  to its already wide range of suitings.  From now on, the famous Canterbury and Seville  Row offerings will be handled. This will bring, to the  Peninsula, clothing in line with the very best obtainable.  Jim Veitch  for  THE MEN'S SHOP  GIBSONS  IWW��PWIP��IP"T5"?  t_5-  Many thousands of Canadians have a part in making a gallon oi  Esso available for your car.  About 12,000 of them are employed by Imperial. Sprue search for new  oil fields; some move oil from producing fields to refineries where  others make it into Esso and hundreds of other useful products;, still  others see to it that these are on hand wherever you want them.  Then there are almost 10,000 independent business men who, as  Imperial dealers, supply you with our products.  And-there are the many thousands of people who derive part of their  livelihood from making and transporting the things that Imperial uses  in its operations. Last year we bought equipment and supplies from  more than 3,000 Canadian firms.  But those are not all.  About 70,000 Canadian residents are shareholders in Imperial or  owners of Imperial bonds.  And there are more thousands who have an investment in Imperial  through their bank deposits or their insurance policies, because a  number of Canada's banks and insurance companies have put some  of their clients' money to work to help us do our job.  Finding oil and bringing it to you in the kind of products you need is a  big job, a job that requires the skills and the savings of maijy thousands  of Canadians.  inging you ��ii is a big job �������� and ca costly om 8  THE COAST NEWS,   Monday,   May 1.5,   1950  Kind Neighbours  Are Great Help  WILSON CREEK ��� The Andrew  Johnston family have asked  this paper to pass on their sincere appreciation for the kindnesses offered to them by their  many friends in the instance of  Mrs Johnston's present illness.  In the words of the popular  Liberal Association president, "I  never knew so many kind people  existed. Their friendliness and  helpfulness certainly acts as a  great spur to my wife in her illness. We, _ the boys and I, hope  she will "soon be up to thank  them, herself.  Don Abrams will  Handle Survey  GIBSONS ��� Kinsmen here will  take   up   where  the   Board   of  Trade left off, by sponsoring the  May Day parade.  At   a  meeting  of the  club  in  Hunter's Guest House, it was decided that children should be assured of the parade in conjunction  with  the Maypole   dancing  and sports day sponsored by the  schools.  Don Abrams was authorized to  contact local merchants in an effort to promote float entries and  donations.     Seven  merchants   in  Gibsons  have already    signified  their willingness to participate.  Parade Marshall, times and entrants will be publicized later.  'MY BROTHER is working with  five thousand men under him."  "Where?" ' \l  "In the cemetery."':  The Corporation ��f the Village of  er  GIBSONS LANDING, B.C.  TENDERS  Tenders, in sealed envelopes marked 'Tender for'  Building Material," will be received by the Muncipal  Clerk, Village of Gibsons Landing, up to two p.m., on  May 23rd, 1950, for the supply of building material  for fire hall. List of material required may be obtained  at the office of the Clerk. Material to be delivered to  the site of the Fire Hall, Gibsons, B.C., not later than  June 5th, 1950. Each tender to be accompanied by a  certified cheque in the amount of ten per cent of  quoted delivered price which wil! be forfeited in case  successful tenderer fails to complete delivery of  material as required. Cheques will be returned to unsuccessful tenderers. Lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  ROBERT BURNS,  Clerk.  NOTICE  Subject to approval of the Public  Utilities Commission. Vancouver, B.C., the new bus schedule  will he put into effect May 20,  195Q.  Time Schedule No. 20 cancelling  No. 19 is open for inspection at  our Sechelt Office.  Objections to the above schedule  may be filed with the P.U.C. on  or before May 15,1950.  Sechelt Motor TFansport Ltd.  You can let your imagination run riot when you buy  your paints from us. Our stock is complete and varied.  We wil! help you to choose the colors and types best  suited to your needs.  Add dollars to your building value.  A wide range of building and repair materials is  yours for the asking. We handle building hardware,  bathroom fixtures, tile, roofing, cement, bricks.  We are tooled to build your cabinets and cupboards.  For Cheerful Service  Sechelt Building Supplies  Weighs only  28 lbs.  When the going gets tough and you wont to  cut timber clean and fast. . . the PIONEER with  the "Multiport" Engine is your answer. Dependable service with ��� A Trigger Swivel Blade ��� Fin-  gerlight Clutch ��� Filtered Fuel System ��� Differential .Double-acting Oil Pump are yours at no  extra cost in the Fully Automatic PIONEER . . .  with power to cut any type of wood under all working conditions.  ^iArit uitke. fuzM .. ���; &ZiM fOxSt  Supplied with  Bar and Chain  For  additional   information fill in and mall:  Name-  Address.  INDUSRIIiiNGINEEFilNMiMirED  VANCOUVER,   B.C.  NORTH   BAY.   ONT.  Pleosa print clearly  PURVES E. RITCHIE & SON LTD.  658 Hornby Street Vancouver, B.C.  *%*.  %.  j*R��?  ��v3w%5��S__ ���_��_.��_.  ^T=__S-_.=_- *  -SEt"-  GIBSONS,  B.C.  TIRES ����� ACCESSORIES  We are now open for business in your district with the  facilities and Petroleum Products to serve you best.  Here you can expect the extras that make motoring a  real pleasure. Drive in and fill up with Chevron Supreme  Gasoline and RPM Motor Oil���there are no better  products marketed. And we mean what we say about a  complete  service.   Your  first visit  will  convince you.  itandard Motors Gibsons No. 3  GIBSONS

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