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 Serving a Progressive and Growing  Area on B. C.'s Southern Coast.  Gibsons, Port Mel-  Squamish, Irvines  Moon Bay, Hardy  Harbour, Wilson  Creek, Granthams  Landing, Egmont, Hopkins Landing.  Brackendale, Cheekeye, Selma Park,  etc.  Cover?  Sechelt,  Ion,   Woodfibre,  Landing,    Half  Island,    Pender  Creek,   Roberts  U&RARY  PTTBT-TcnrsjD by THE COAST HEWS, ___3_C_T_-��  Business Office: Gibsons, B.C. National Advertising" Office, Powell Siver. B.C.  Vol. 4  Monday, June 26, 1950  5c per copy, $2.00 per year,  .     BILL SUTHERLAND  Editor, The Coast News  IT WAS? friend Bill Peiper at the  . end of the phone. "Come on  iip to Garden Bay," says he.  "When you get to the wharf- we  will have somebody there to look  after you." So, we arrived. The  government's fisheries patrol  boat, the one with young Wilf  Nestman, was tied up to the dock.  But we never noticed any�� undue  activity. I suggested that probably the reason there was no one  there to* greet us was because  the captain was down deep in his  duffle bag getting the long reds  out so they could hang it on the  taffrail or stove pipe or wherever  they, hang those weird flags  when visitors clamber and slither  on board.  In other words no Bill Peiper,  but we did run into Jeff Brewster who bought us a cup of tea  and so we pinned back the name  Pender Harbour on the.map from  which we had just previously  torn it.  Reg Spicer gave us an earful  about no water at Madeira Park  School. Seems, friend Reg is  aggona set on them thar steps  come harvest startin' an' see that  them' teachers don't never have  to pack no more water so- they  can flush the ChicNSales.  What tickled me was a picture  of Norman Hough, hiring a young  thing just fresh out? of Normal  and home, and telling her that  the galvanized buckets are for  packing-water so the modern  conveniences can operate.  Reg claims that's a fact. No  one on the Board of Trade denied  it either.  Bob Telford in New  Trade Board Prexy  GIBSONS���Robert   Telford,   postmaster   and   old   timer   here,  was elected president of the Board of Trade at a general  meeting in the Church Hall, Monday. .  Mrs Win Stewart was elected vice president while James  Drummond was returned as secretary.  Other officers'are: Mrs Marge Leslie, Wi Sutherland, R. C.  Richardson, Dr H. C. Anderson, G. W. Anderson, A. E. Ritchey  Cliff Gray, Mrs J. Wardil, Chris Jorgenson and J. P. Veitch.  ��� : :         Installation of the new officers  New Dentist  Foi* Schools  GIBSONS���School children ;here  may soon get periodical inspection  and  repairs   done   to   their  dentures.  Following prolonged negotiations by the school board, it is  believed plans are now near  completion whereby a dentist  will visit the schools on this' peninsula! on a proper schedule. The  last survey showed more than  500 children were in need of  teeth repairs.  The new dentist, who is expected to arrive soon, has been ap-  will be made at <a supper meeting  in English Tea Rooms, July 4.  It was pointed out by the committee in- charge that tickets for  this will be sold until July 1 only. Reservations will not be accepted   following  that  date.  Representative  For Gambier  GAMBIER ISLAND���Ratepayers  from this island have applied  for inclusion on the representative slate for School Board District 46.  According to word from Col.  J. N. Burnett, ��� inspector of  schools, ratepayers will be given  yw*y  ,J. ���".���������-\*-~:&?...<���:    -X> ^sp-%;'V -,  x On-the way home we fan into  a cross section of nature in the  rough.  First it was a mother grouse;  complete with outstretched neck,  gimpy leg and broken wing. She  was certainly suffering. '.. Even  had herself the most anguished  cry you ever heard. But Ishe  couldn't fool us. We saw the  little brown ball of fluff trying  to climb the road bank. While  wexwatched that game great  mother defending ��� her chick we '  thouht back several years ago  and recalled seeing the same  thing going on every day all  '��� around where we used to live.  -The thought just struck. How  did- this grouse in the Sechelt  peninsula . know enough to imitate perfectly a grouse doing exactly the same thing under the  same circumstances only 20 years  before and more than 700 miles  away?  Does someone wantc' to speak  up and mutter something about  instinct We know that, but how  come?  Next was  a two-pointer buck  with velvet still on his horns; He  gave us a queer look arid headed  down the road just ahead of the .  car.    Stepping the buggy up to  30  never  even caused it to lay  ba'ck its  ears.    It stayed  ahead  until it came to a place it liked .  and-with  one huge spring was ,  into the undergrowth arid away.  A little 'rabbit decided to investigate the car lights next. But  only for a very few. seconds. It  came onto the road with that  delayed rear ' end.. * action and  squatted for a small', portion of a  minute. All of a sudden it de- ,  . cided to change location. The  last %e saw of it .was where the  hind-end was having no trouble  keeping up with the front.  We hadn't gone very far when  - Mr. Raccoon decided to give us  a i cheeky once over lightly. It  never even hurried as disdainfully it seemed to turn and lope  into the brush.  XThere was only one other  ��� pretty thing we. saw that .trip and ,.  that j was Doreen Blomgren from  Roberts Creek. She does a right  smart>job of washing windows.  Like George Formby she probably sees plenty and says nothing. :x  Then we ran into "Little Lamb  Renton" and that spoiled it.  ^proved by the college of dental an opportunity to select a.repre-  ^rgi��o1_��''irraxShool"authorities?' s^t^tive. X^tXis": beTp^d ^the^  Details will be made available whole picture will be laid before  along with a schedule of visits to the association by the colonel,  be undertaken, as soon as they when he pays a visit there some-  are drawn up. y time in the future.  Franske Family Takes  Over Trading Post  DAVIS BAY���The Trading  Post, well  known  throughout this'  area has been sold.  Victor Franske recently bought the well known landmark  from Mr and Mrs Ron Whitaker. The new owner, who wishes  to be known as Vic, formerly operated a store on Stewart Island.  He, his wife and two children will reside in the cottage adjacent  to the store.  The Whitakers will remain in  the Bay area. It is believed Mr  Whitaker is interested in construction of a tourist camp in  property adjoining the Whitaker  home. Plans have already been  laid for a "Motel" type. It is  expected the first block will be  of a ten unit design with building starting immediately following the fire season ending.  Mr Whitaker, a former hotel  man, who had previously operat*  ed in Sechelt, is one'' of the big  boosters of this peninsula in regard to tourist traffic.  X  GIBSONS���Clue to an early start on construction of a small  Boat Harbour for this area  may be  in a  letter  received  from the District Engineer by the Board of Trade. "  : Accompanying the letter was a  plan of the proposed harbor and  a rock breakwater 450 feet long.  The harbor will be dredged west  of the present wharf and will be  of a 'winged' nature, each individual dock butting onto a  main tide-float, 280 feet long.  The main dock or 'stem' from  which the individual berthing  ways will lead will stretch along  approximately 1000 feet from offshore at points roughly between  Corlett's Apartments and Charles  Malcolm's Marine yards.  According to the proposal more  than 128 boats can berth therein. Floats will be four feet high,  and 12 feet wide.  ��� In the letter to the Board of  Trade, and handed for action to  the Trades and Industry Committee, were requests from Mr  Morton, for figures as to the  number and value of fishing  craft, the approximate value of  fish caught and other related information as to the commercial  necessity for this proposed harbor.  Mr Morton went on to say, "It  is presumed that protection for  small boats is required in the late  fall and winter and that the commercial necessity would probably cover those seasons of the  year."   Commenting    on     the.   letter,  "James"': Veitch,X^haiirnan of the  committee charged with handling the Board's portion of the  promotion, said he already had  all the figures necessary. "These  are facts we correlated for a previous survey. We will get them  to Mr Morton at the earliest possible moment. The picture looks  Telford Heads  Cemetery Board  GIBSONS ��� Robert Telford was  elected president of the Seaview Cemetery Board at the general meeting,  Tuesday.  Other officers are, vice-president, R. Macnicol; secretary-treasurer, Bert Cole; assistant secretary, Mrs Dave Doanaldson; Mrs  E. Nestman, T. Humphries, H.  King and W. Graham are directors.. ......'....  Owing to Seaview being the  only available cemetery in the  peninsula the board decided to  withhold formerly proposed restrictions. Half an acre, of adjoining land will be cleared with  available funds. Following this,  it was decided to try and raise  more money from the areas laying west and served by the cemetery.  A committee headed    by    Mr  Fish Derby  Now Open  GIBSONS ��� Swings and teeter  totters are now in action in the  municipal park.  Thanks to the Kinsmen Club,  who donated the labor and material which went into construction of these much needed playthings, children now can romp  in comparative safety. A guard  rail will be built along the top  of the retaining wall according to  club president Reg Godfrey.  The club wishes it known that  today, Monday, is the start of the  ten-week fishing derby. Weighing in for the weekly prize of $10  can be made at Sewell's, or Wind  and Tide Boat Rentals, Granthams, or De Luxe Fishing, Gibsons. It will be necessary to produce a derby ticket with each  separate weigh in. These must  be uncancelled. Cancelled' tickets can be held until final draw  when they are elegible for the  main prize of $100.  JG^gary Jaunt  Now Cancelled  SECHELT.���There will not be a  trip to Calgary, sponsored by  this community's volunteer firemen.  Cecil    Lawrence,     owner     of  !fa3LE22��!.,_T��.$?. SS  ���� mSS"^ foTTh. a*  time since we actually started to  boost for a breakwater and small  boat harbor, a long time ago.  "An attempt will be made to  contact the Fishermen's Union in  order to obtain all pertinent information,"  Mr  Veitch said.  Kinsmen Plan  T.B. Seal Drive  GIBSONS���Plans   are  now  well  under way for  distribution of  TB Seals.  Following representations from  Vancouver headquarters of the  drive, the Kinsmen Club volunteered to sponsor the important  canvass. Letters will be sent to  each householder in the time  honored manner prescribed by  custom.  partially responsible for the. idea  of getting a bus load of stampede  enthusiasts, reports the trip has  been called off.  "There were several interested  in the idea," he said, "but not  enough to pay for the trip. We  are sorry in having to call it off  but there was just not enough  takers."  Confirmation at  Anglican Church  SIR FRANCIS Heathcote, archbishop of New Westminster,  officiated at the ceremony of  confirmation, at St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Sunday  morning at Gibsons.  Ten new members were confirmed, and the church was filled  to capacity" to witness the impressive ceremony.  Rev. V. Oswald assisted.  Roberts Creek School  Will be Built First  , VALEDICTORIAN at Gibsons High School gradu-'  ation exercises was Velma  Cresswell. She won honors  for second highest marks  amosg 32 graduates.  Telford with Mr Macnicol. and  Mr Cole will undertake-to clear  the ground. Unless voluntary assistance by means of funds is  forthcoming it was intimated the  cost of space would have to be  raised. The increase may be levied only on those outside of Gibsons and Roberts Creek area.  The board also passed the ruling that markers in the new portion of the cemetery will be of  uniform, flat stones or plaques.  GIBSONS ��� District   46.   School  Board made first move toward  actual construction of , schools  when it authorized an application  be made to the Department of  Education for permission to proceed with working drawings,  plans and specifications. If and  when granted, H. Cullerne, architect, will be advised to proceed  with construction following receipt of tenders to be called later.  Roberts Creek school will have  priority in construction according to board minutes.  Auditor B. W. M. Bone, 789  West Pender Street, Vancouver,  has been appointed auditor of  accounts. This follows suggestion from the Department of Education urging the move for every  school board in the province.  Anderspn,.,,  ^supply;" Becnelt^  cords'of w^p^lfi^B^^S opening  of tenders.^'^TO^Rbberts Creek  isw&ri  concern   was  the   lowest bid   of  four.  A janitor will be appointed for  Elphinstone  Bay School.  Decision to wire the teacherage  at Madeira Park was also made.  Present water facilities will be  slightly enlarged pending a thorough rejuvenation of both systems following construction of  the proposed school.  A guide for handling of future  pensioner application for reduction in taxes will be drawn up  by a special committee, yet to be  announced. It is expected that a  "blue print" of procedure will  facilitate what may be the first  rush of applications.  ,    -.0 3*  ttcotcao&i DAVIS BAY  By  Robbie  I   TOOK   a   stroll  down  by   the  wharf to see how the breakwater was shaping up. It's coming along nicely, and according  to our friend, Kynock, the bossy  man, it is to be completed by the  end of this week. It is to be  about 80 feet long.  News of the boats giving Wilson Creek a miss for three or  four weeks, came as a bit of a  shock. One would think the men  could wrap up their tools, clear  the decks, and save a dollar  ��� twenty-five taxi fare, which is  now added to the already exorbitant sum of three fifteen for  passenger  fare  from Vancouver.  Met Mr. Pilling from Gibsons,  who related the following. He  took his boat out to do a little  fishing, and, like everybody else,  from Gibsons, hooked a fish, the  other guy netted it from his own  boat and by mutual consent, the  stranger had the fish for supper.  During the week Jack Whittaker and your, humble, took  several pictures of the miniature  dust storm, which cccurs every  time an automobile passes up or  down the road at Davis Bay. The  upshot of this is the resolution  passed at our community meeting, that the secretary be instructed to drop a line to the  Hon. minister of health, also to  the roads and public works departments as well as a copy of  each to friend Mclntyre the  M.L.A. We await the outcome  with crossed fingers and a handkerchief over our mouths, as a  protection  against   "dustitis."  Two of our recent invalids  have recovered sufficienly well  to be able to take a long trip, and  when this issue comes' on the  streets, Mrs. F. Mutter and Mrs.  F. Blower will be well on their  way to California, they expect  to be away for several weeks.  The entertainment committee  has drawn up plans for a sports  day for the children of Wilson  Creek. Running, swimming and  sack races, as well as a pillow  fight, ���will be dished up. The  , ladies will try their luck at potato and egg and spoon, the men  will climb the greasy pole. Ice  cream and pop will be given to  each child" and it is hoped the  ladies will make a basket picnic  of this first annual sports day for  the W.C.C.C. in.August.  The Ladies' Glee Club are folding up for the months of July  and August, and will recommence  early in September.  If you are acquainted with the  Whipple family, the next time  you meet any of them you had  better start handshaking, 'coz  they are leaving the district, Mrs.  W. has decided to go with her  family to the camp at which her  husband is working. Well good  luck friends.  The Eric Jones's have returned  to Vancouver and Shaughnessy  hospital where thev both work  for the D.V.A. But Eric has  threatened to come .back in September, that reminds me, he'll  be in time for the salmon derby  at Davis Bay, and by the wav  George Wright still has lots of  herring strips for you fishermen.  Heard an argument about the  price of turkeys���why are they  po dear around Christmas? With  the editor's per'-nis'sinn, I will  Drove to you that the cost at  birth and upkeep with all its  attendant expenses hardly merits  the work and worry, which is  necessary to place these luxury  birds within the reach of the  workingman's family.  Among the many summer  visitors to these parts is Mrs.  Hector Macleod who has now  taken possession * of her newly  erected residence on the Bay  road. Mrs. Mac intends to stay  for best part of the summer at  least.  We had practically closed our  sick bay, took the sheets to the  laundry   and     pulled   down   the  blinds, when news cm��. tbat 0"**.  friend, Mrs. Teddy Cole, slipped  and     fell     while    shopping     at   ���  Sechelt.     She   sustained  painful   -  injuries to her legs, but nothing  so serious that a long rest won't  cure. We missed her at the whist  drive, and incidentally  her son-  in-law    won    first  gent's  prize,  while   Mrs.   (Post   Office)   Henderson  won first ladies'.    Stewart  Henderson   won   gent's   consolation and Mrs. B. Wright the  ladies' consolation.    Friday next,  whist again  folks.    By the way  Mrs. R. Murray won the raffle.  A wedding of particular interest will be solemnized at St. Aid-  en's     church   at. Roberts   Creek  Death Claims  John Theed Sz.  VANCOUVER ��� Passed away  this- week in Vancouver. John  Theed Sr, father of John Theed.  former Bank of Montreal manager here. Mr Theed will be buried in his former home town,  Summerland. His son, Board of  Trade president, is completing  transfer plans following his appointment to Dawson City.  YOUNG Bill Pye, speaking at the recent graduation ceremonies in the High School, paid a  fellow basketball team member one of the finest  compliments to which it has been our good luck  to listen.  Speaking about Denis Lowe, Team Captain  Pye remarked that Denis had a low score primarily because, "he was always willing to pass the  ball. He never wanted to hog it. Even under the  - net, when he would have a reasonably fair chance  of scoring, he would pass the ball to assure his  team of a better scoring chance.  We have never met the Mr Lowe in question  but we would deem it an honor. So many of us  are tardy at passing the ball. Far rather would  we hog it and pass the buck instead.  This young man, we presume he is at least  a partial product of the Sechelt Peninsula in that  he got some training here, has started on the  right road to success. He is willing to look out for  his team's effort. He is considerate and a sportsman..  . We checked, following the graduation exercises, on this young man. We checked with his  severest critics���his fellow pupils. We spoke to  four and each and every one agreed with Bill Pye.  We are glad there has been such a boy in our  midst. He must have been an example to others  in his sporting manner. If such is the case we are  better off for having him with us.  In his scholastic achievements we are not  even remotely interested. The criterion of the  world market which he will meet in later years  will judge harshly enough with Mr Lowe. We are  just pleased to hear that Bill Pye, who rates highly for his own unselfish credit giving, felt it imperative that everyone should know that Denis  Lowe is a good sport.  We heartily echo the words. There are too  few good sports in our midst, it is a pleasure to  know we can still raise them. There is hope for  us yet. *  CITY SLICKERS  Every summer hundreds of  "city slickers" come out of the  bush sporting a glorious coat of  poison ivy contamination. This  irritating and unslightly affliction is easily avoided. Poison  ivy beat's a distinctive, notched  leaf that any novice can learn to  recognize. It grows in patches  that only the most careless should  fail to notice. This is one form  of botany every woodsman needs  to know.  SECHELT  By "ARIES"  SECRETARY G. Kynoch brought  to the Liberal meeting a smirk  almost   a   mile  wide;   he   looked  like the proverbial cat which had  swallowed    the    canary    as    he  handed   a   telegram   to  president  Andy Johnston   from  Batt   Maclntyre, MLA, stating that a double   flush   coat   surface   of   road  from   Sechelt   to   Wilson     Creek  had been promised by  the Minister   of Public    Works.     James  Sinclair, MP, was at the meeting  and   spoke   briefly.     He   had   to  leave  as he wanted a few minutes  with   his   family   at   Gower  Point and was flying to Vancouver later on in the evening. We  thought he looked very tired. We  June 30.    The participants being  Mr. Don Coldwell, West Sechelt,  and Mrs.   Lola Follett  of  Davis  Bay,   youngest   daughter' of   Mr.  and Mrs.   H.   S.   Yates,  formerly  of Vancouver, now living in California   The Rev. Mr. Oswald will  officiate; Miss Ann Yates will be  matron of honor; while Mr. Art  Brown will attend as best man.  The bride will be given away by  "her   brother,   Mr.   F.   Yates,   at  whose /home the reception ,will be  held  after   the   ceremony.     The  bride and groom expect to journey     to    Sakenaw  for   a  short  honeymoon.  Mrs. George Wright and Mrs.  T. Ritchie have returned from  Trail, where they attended the  convention of the ladies' auxiliary to the Canadian Legion.   ��� *   met the new organizer, D. F.  Morris, who has an enviable record of organizing in Europe, especially Germany. He spoke at  some length on the different political groups in that country and  gave a very comprehensive summary of the army of occupation  and the difficulties which they  had to overcome.  Three raffles were drawn for  1st to C. N. Schaldemdse, Half  moon Bay; 2nd, Mrs W. McKissock, Sechelt, and 3rd, Mr 'H.  Sawyer, Sechelt. Music very  much enjoyed Bob Cooke at the  piano and Melvin Cassman with  his accordion. President Johnston  in the chair and refreshments  served by( Mrs D. McColl and  Mrs F. French and George Lown-  ey. We noticed several Vancouver Liberals at the meeting, also  Gibsons and Halfmoon Bay were  represented. We were glad to see  Mrs Johnston at the meeting. The  wife of the -president who has  been ill ��� for some months. Says  she is beginning to feel better  now.      <        ���  You know something? If there  are any items of news missing  lately which have been placed  in 'The Coast News box at the  bus depot, blame the swallow  and not the Lawrence's; that's a  fact. A blue swallow built a nest  in there when last we looked in  there were three eggs. Mrs Lawrence tells us that the swallow is  very unconcerned about who  poes in and out of the'office but  flies in and out attending to her  business. Of course we feel that  there is nothing she can do about  it after laying her eggs there she  can't very well move them. We ���  hope she raises her'family with-  WE CAN NOW SUPPLY YOU  TH�� WORLD'S  MOST CONVEtilElJ  WlHDOW  *Va_ ��*  ��oaw/  '*Dw ��*  *��  ��  Here's the sensational, new wood window)  you'can lift* out and wash in the sink!  Just a slight side pressure releases the sash*  You've seen it nationally advertised./  SEE OUR WORKING MODEL  TUBS fi |J ^ WINDOW  tAade in many sizes and patterns  For Prices See  Gibsons Building Supplies  PHONE GIBSONS 53  out disaster. That's all.  Sorry to hear that Harold Ingram, the husband of Betty  Youngson, had the misfortune to  break his leg. So Betty, who was  here staying with her mother  and dad, had to go home to  Campbell River. We hope it  won't be long before she is back  with us.  "St  Hilda's    Anglican     Church  (Continued  on  Page  5)  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  ���  HOW  DO YOU  ���;_���, ��  ��� LU... ���:���''������  WEALTH?  Is it in bathtubs? Or radios? Or  automobiles? Or washing machines?  Or electric stoves? Or refrigerators?  If it is in terms of these  material  things, men and women working under'  our Canadian  system   have a  standard   of  wealth   unequalled  anywhere in the world  except on  this continent.  Or do you measure wealth in terms  of educational opportunities for your  children, and economic opportunities  for them after they have finished  their schooling? There is no higher  standard anywhere in the world than  under the Canadian system. In few  countries is it even approached.  Do you measure wealth in terms of  freedom?   Freedom   to   choose   your  work, your place to live, your friends,  your hobbies, your personal way  of life? No place on earth have you  greater wealth  in this way.  than  in  Canada.  Do you measure wealth in terms of  opportunity? The Canadian system gives  the man or .woman who is ambitious,'  talented, hard-working, all the scope/  anyone, could ask, and the  rewards to match.  However  you   measure  wealth,  the Canadian system WORKS.  BRITISH COLUMBIA FEDERATION OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY High School for  echelt Mooted  SECHELT ��� This community, to  all intents and purposes will  have a high school starting next  term.  Announcement to ��� this effect  was made by Colonel J. N. Burnett, speaking at a recent school  board general meeting. He reported that he would sponsor an  application for a two-room high  school. This would also change  the name of the present school.  from Sechelt Superior.  It is expected that a room will  have to be added to the present  number by means of utilizing the  basement.  Grades 8-9 will be in one room  while another is . expected to  handle grades 10 to 12.  KING'S COLORS PRESENTED TO R.C.A.F.  .__���   5f*     *J ��<       *      f  ;;_****_^&     rfw*f *���  THE  COAST  NEWS, Monday,  June 26,   1950  3  Too many don't, and too few  dos? Use more ad space in The  News.  Hassans9  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  ���Central Press Canadian  Air Marshal W. A. Curtis, chief of the air staff, receives the King's  color from the governor-general In the first ceremony of its type in  the   history   of   the   R.C.A.F.    A   huge   Ottawa   crowd   watched   th��  performance.  Two Ladies are  Very Grateful  PENDER HARBOUR ��� Pamela  Pollard and Dorothy Wilson  would like very much to say  "thank you" to Mrs. Hector Mc-  Call, Mrs. Pat McCallum and  Mrs. Ed. Wray among the many  who were responsible for the  surprise party, recently held in  Garden Bay Lodge.  ^hey also wish to thank each  and every person responsible for  the very fine parting gift.   They  Watch Repairs  G. L. (Louis) MASON  Certified Member Canadian Jewellers-Institute  (formerly with D. J. Snell)  Prompt attention to mail orders.       Moderate prices.  We pay all  mail charges   ���       All work,guaranteed  New Offices  Room 402 Holden Bldg.  16 E.  Hastings St.  We carry Marvin and Washington Watches  Captain Morqan's  in frntfi"  &\  'E^tS  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...  'Black Label extra smooth  and flavourful. Both brands  make taste-tempting drinks!  I  GOLD LABEL  ^S^^irm^m^:  Blended i nCanada from .Carefully -.Selected Rare: Old Boiih^  ���������/Xby- Captain Morgan.Rum^I>_sti.^e4:f,,i:imi't:���6d.!'���.-    X;X  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control  Board or by the Government. of British Columbia.  Gibsons School News  By MAUREEN  ROSS  THIS YEAR the high school had  three teams of their own with  a little assistance from the elementary substitutes. These teams  were as follows:  Barrie Stewart's team ���. Bill  Pye, Morris Hostland, Ted Parnwell, Maldy Thomas, Don Brown,  Mel Hough, Don Graham, Edward Shaw.  Edward Shaw was one of their  pitchers and his record is as follows:  Strike outs 15, walks 20, shut  out 1.  The team's record  as a whole  was:    Games played  12,    games  won 6, games drawn 2, games lost*  4,  total points  14.  Jackie Nestman's team: Ron  Godfrey, Gordon (Tadpole)  Smith, Walter Sandberg, Robert  (Bucket) Jack, Eugene Blomgren,  Roddy MacKenzie, Gordon  Knowles, Ken Fortt.  Jackie Nestman was their pit- '  cher. and his record    is:    Strike  outs 28, walks 7, shut outs 1.  The team's record as a whole:  Games played 12, games' won 7,  games drawn 0, games lost 5. Total points 14.  Bob Nygren's team: Steve Little john j Ronnie Brown, Bill McGivern, Len Pilling, Eric Lindwall, Chuck Robinson, Ronnie  De Marco,  Gordon  Ploughs.  Their pitcher was   Eric  Lind-  .wall and his record .was: Strike  outs 16, walks 7, shut outs 1.  The team's record as a. whole:  Games played 12, games won 3,  games drawn 2, games lost 7. Total points 8.  Because Barrie's team and  Jackie's team tied in points they  had to have a seven inning game  and the outcome of that was:  Jackie's team 13, Barrie's team  6. Leaving Jackie's team the 1950  champions.  The highest batting averages  for the year were: Chuck Robinson 630, Ron Godfrey 610, Ted  Parnwell 550.  would like it known that they  are grateful and hope to return  someday in the near future.  Facts About  Advertising  ADVERTISING     seerrs     to     be  taken for granted and is greatly misunderstood by large numbers of people. This is understandable but it is lamentable  that there is not a keener public  awareness of advertising's function in our society.  Advertising is the main support of our free press (a convincing majority of Canadians were  revealed by a recent Gallup Poll  to believe that advertising lends  interest to our newspapers and  magazines). ���  Advertising has most effectively contributed to the widening  of our political and economic  literacy.  Consumer advertising helps to  reduce production cost by multiplying production and increasing  manufacturing economies. It  also reduces selling costs. In  reaching prospects, in arousing  interest and in creating and  maintaining demand, its cost, as  a selling instrument, is only a  fraction of what otherwise would  be entailed.  Competition dictates that both  these savings, in selling costs and  in production costs, be passed on  to the consumer.  Consumer advertising has furthered the expansion of our economy. It helps create, sustain and  extend employment by developing and widening the demand for  the products of industry. High-  level employment, of. course,  means high-level purchasing  power.  Advertising's universal use in  the distribution of goods and services testifies to its efficiency. It  is significant that with all its ingenuity, modern business has developed no better sales promotion alternative.  Some critics of advertising reveal little grasp of its varied economic functions. Others have  shown unfamiliarity with popular tastes or a lack of understanding of the consumer's decisive  and eternal power to pass judgment on advertising by the simple switch of his patronage.  In the preservation of freedom  of choice, advertising is thus a  major factor. And freedom of  choice is a sure safeguard against  advertising's use in any manner  inimical to the public interest.  C. G- BALLENTINE - PHOTOGRAPHY  BAL'S BLK. GIBSONS  Member���Professional   Photographers  Ass'n of   B.C.  Carburetor Service  By experts with complete kits. We are second to  none on the Peninsula. Car service, complete/ satisfactory, for service that satisfies at a price that  satisfies.  SECHELT AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES  Jack Nelson, Prop.  Union Store  FOR QUALITY ��� SERVICE  GROCERIES  HARDWARE  DRUGS  CIGARETTES  FRESH FRUITS  CROCKERY  DRY GOODS  VEGETABLES  STATIONERY  FRESH CANDY  MEATS  TOBACCO  *  THIS  WEEK'S   SPECIAL  21-Piece Breakfast Sets  FISH  .  For 4 people.  A genuine rockbottom bargain  3.95  THANK YOU!  Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Whitaker of the Trading Post, Davis  Bay, wish to take this opportunity of thanking, very sincerely,  their many friends and patrons of the above store during the  past years, for their loyalty and friendliness.  They take this opportunity of assuring residents of this area  that the same courteous service will be conveyed by the new  owners,  Mr. and Mrs. Victor Franske  &V.9PP& .Ss-^ . *"p V.P -.Ns    \Smvpx .p  h" 4  THE  COAST  NEWS, Monday,  June 26,   1950  PATCH CRACKS FAST  Before applying a new coating  of paint to a masonry surface in  which there are cracks, the  cracks should be filled with a  special compound made up of  one part cement to three parts  of sand mixed with water. This  compound can be used on concrete, stucco, brick or stone.  ROBERTS CREEK  By M. M.  '  BRIGGS-STRATTON  EVINRUDE  New and Used Motors  Parts Overhauls  Agent  GIBSONS   MARINE  SALES  Gibsons, B.C.    Phone 54  A Complete Line of  Building   Supplies   and  Services  Sashes Doors  Building   Materials  Plumbing        Wiring  Sheet    Metal   Work  If you have any building  problems do not hesitate  to phone, write or call.  We have experienced  men trained to help the  home builder with suggestions and facts.  Sechelt Building  Supplies  Phone Sechelt 60  AN UNFORTUNATE accident  occurred last Saturday night,  when a party of youths from the  Creek were driving home from  the dance. The driver of the  truck in which they were riding,  blinded by the headlights of an  approaching car, swerved off the  road. Young Donald Weal was  thrown to the ground and sustained a badly fractured leg and  scalp lacerations. Dr.,T. D. McColl treated the injured boy on  the spot and he was later removed to St. Paul's, hospital in Vancouver. ;  Reverend Sir Francis Heath-  cote conducted special services  on the peninsula last Sunday.  Two local boys taking part in  the confirmation service at Gibsons were Billy Coles and Edward Campbell.  Mr. J. S. Ticknor of Miami,  Manitoba, is visiting Mr. and  Mrs. C. A. Shaw for a few days.  The Ceramics Club which has  been meeting at Mrs. Lowe's  every week, will be suspending  their activities for the summer.  There will be an exhibition of  the members' work shown at the  Gibsons annual fair in August.  All residents of Roberts Creek  schould make an effort to attend  this event, if only to see the  handicraft exhibits, quite a number of which are the work of  local residents.  Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Shaw are  holidaying in the interior. They  left last week on a motor trip by  way of Wenatchee and other U.S.  points. Daughter Eleanor is looking after the post office in their  absence.  The V.O.N, is holding another  dance at the Community Hall,  July 1.  Michael Jervis is spending the  holidays at Greenacres.  The hall board will sponsor a  benefit dance for Donald Weal  on July 8. We know the good-  hearted people here will turn out  in force to help Donny over his  misfortune.  The    P.T.A.    held    a    general  meeting and election  of officers;.  June 20.    Details were discussed'  concerning the garden party and  Announcemen t  Canadian Legion. Branch 140, Sechelt,  B.C. regretfully announce that permission  to hold their proposed quiz show will not  be forthcoming. Ticket holder's request  for refund must be in writing to Canadian  Legion (Branch 140, Sechelt, B.C.,;prior to  July 15, 1950, enclosing admission tickets.  Debenture Tenders  Tenders are invited by School District No.  46 (Sechelt) for the purchase of an issue  of Twenty-year serial debentures. Proceeds are to be used for the erection and  equipping of new school buildings. Particulars may be received by writing to the  undersigned. Sealed tenders, marked  '"Bond Tenders,'' will be received up to  12 o'clock noon on Monday, July 10,  1950.  The lowest, or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  Mrs. Anne Burns,  Secretary-Treasurer,  Gibsons, B.C.  sale of home cooking to be held  at Mrs. E. J. Shaw's on July 5.  It was also decided to hold a  beach party some time in July,  details to be arranged later. A  sum of $10 was voted toward the  refreshments at the benefit dance  for Donny Weal,. to be held at  the Community Hall, July 8.  Mrs. Charles Haslam was elected  president by acclamation. Other  officers elected were Mrs. E. J.  Shaw, first vice-president; Mrs.  Pearson, second vice president;  Mrs. A. Newton, secrtary-treas-  urer;  Mrs Cummings, publicity.  We regret to announce the  death of Mrs. John Holden. Mrs.  Holden had been in ill heatlh for  some time.  Twenty-six post boxes have  been delivered to Be^ch Avenue  this past week. They look extremely smart perched atop their  brand new cedar posts. There  is also talk of the road being  widened and a bus route including this area..  Mr.. C. White ��� of Victoria is  visiting his daughter and son-in-  law, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Reeves.  Mr. Jack Blott who recently  purchased Mr. Case's store, is  sporting a smart new Ford. Grocery orders will be delivered  from now on.  No wonder the fishing is poor  around here. Why doesn't one  of our local nimrods shoot that  porpoise which cavorts around  the wharf?  Bazaar Plans lor  Pender Ladies  THE REGULAR monthly meeting of the St. Mary's Hospital  Auxiliary was held in the club  house, June 9.  Plans  were  discussed  for  the  fall bazaar to be held October 28.  The Columbia had brought up  a party of Anglican clergymen  and their wives from .Vancouver  and district to look over the hospital and the aged folk's guest,  houses. At 3:30 28 of these visitors joined the meeting and a  very delightful tea was served  by the Auxiliary. It was much  appreciated.  THIGOVKHWHIOr  TOE PROVmCE Of BHR5B COISMM  Trade flocks in like lambs and  ewes, when your ad is in The  News.  *captai:n bover  I've been to the norrard,  Cruising back andforrard,  I've been to the norrard,  Cruising sore and long.  For t>ver a century Lamb's Navy  has been the call of those who know  good rum. Smooth and mellow, it  is matured, blended and bottled in  Britain of the finest Demerara rums.  Lamb's Navy Ram  This advertisement is not published or  displayed by the Liquor Control Board or  by the Government of British Columbia.  * An old sea shanty.  PROVINCE     OF     BRITISH     COLUMBIA   *���  DEPARTMENT OF LABOR  MAIN OFFICE:  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  BRANCH OFFICES: Hall Building, 789 Pender St. W.,  Vancouver, B.C.  570 Seymour St., Vancouver, B.C.  220-3rd Ave.,  Kamloops, B.C.  Capital News Building,  Kelowna, B.C.  17 Bastion St., Nanaimo, B.C.  '    *      Burns Block, Nelson, B.C.  Prince George, B.C.  Court  House,  Smithers,  B.C.  The function of the Department is to administer and  enforce labour laws of the Province, relating to  Minimum Wages, Hours of Work, and Conditions of  Labour.  Information may be obtained by employers and employees upon written or personal application.  The Department seeks the co-operation bf all and  offers the services of an efficient staff in connection  with:  MINIMUM WAGES���HOURS  OF WORK  FACTORY INSPECTION  EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS  APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING       &  TRADE-SCHOOL  REGULATION  CONTROL OF  EMPLOYMENT'OF CHILDREN  SEMI-MONTHLY PAYMENT OF WAGES"   ANNUAL  HOLIDAYS WITH  PAY  INDUSTRIAL CONCILIATION  AND  ARBITRATION  HON. JOHN H. CATES  Minister '  JAMES THOMSON  Deputy Minister  503'  THE   DAIRY   FARMERS'  1 CENT A POUND PLAN  Means  ADVERTISING... In print and on the radio.  ��� MERCHANDISING... Selling Action at Retail.  ��� RESEARCH . . . For new and better products.  Mrs. J. M. Earley writes in the 'Packer', "���'���?'".',  "Advertising is an established factor in food distribution. To get your  product in to anybody's stomach these days, you have to fight for the  privilege, and then fight even harder to maintain it there."  Every support is urged for the Dairy Farmers of Canada plan, which is Ic  per pound butterfat, or its milk equivalent, to be deducted from Juhe:.deliveries of milk and cream to finance a 12months' programme of market  building and sales promotion.  . %���'���  Congratulations to the 400,000 dairy  farmers of Canada on their aggressive campaign  The British Columbia Department of Agriculture  VICTORIA, B.C.  W. H. Robertson  Asst. Deputy Minister.  Honourable H. R. Bowman ;."'/  y ' Minister  502 MORE ABOUT ...  SECHELT  (Continued From Page 2)  was crowded on Sunday when  His Grace the Archbishop of New  Westminster (Sir Francis Heath-  cote) conducted the confirmation.  He gave a very inspiring address  and four boys and four girls were  confirmed. We do hope at a later  date the church will have some  of those folding chairs in the  vestry as we are often very  crowded, especially at such times  as these or when the rural Dean  pays us a visit.  Cashed in on Father's Day we  did. We are not a father but our  favorite father, in the district,  Bob Cooke, had a sumptious cake  GRAVE  AND  All   Work  Box 10  MARKERS  COVERS  Guaranteed  Coast News  made by daughter Derolyn in the  shape of a man's bowler hat and  boy, did we wreck it. It was very  nice though with ice cream and  preceded by a good dinner as  Grace certainly knows how to  cook. It's nice to see these children outdoing each other doing  things for Dad. Well he's a pretty good Dad at that: Both Susan  and Derolyn told us and they  should know.  Hear Dennis Grey will be  working at the Home Gas Station shortly or should we say Sechelt Automotive Garage. Dennis  is very popular hereabouts and  it's nice to see the local boys getting something to do iri their  home town when they are  through with school.  Merilyn Lyons and Jean Scott  are through with School here at  least till September and are back  home at Halfmoon Bay. We shall  miss them as we saw them often.  We had a letter from Mrs  Clark avho,  you will remember,  DENTAL   NOTICE  Dr. A. M. Lowe wishes to announce his of lice will be  closed during July   1���5 inclusive.  DON'T SELL YOUR BONDS IF  YOU NEED CASH QUICKLY ^_  Consult- the B of M About a Low-Cost Personal Loan  MOST PEOPLE, who save with success, save with    a    definite  purpose   in   mind.   They're  thinking   about   security  and  , plans for the future���protection for their family, education for  their children, a home of their own.  There should never be any need to sacrifice such plans in  an emergency. No contractor would get a-house built if he kept  taking away pieces to do repair jobs elsewhere. You may need  cash quickly, but, if you have some bonds, that you've saved  over the years, hang on to them. They can prove very hard to  replace.  It's wiser to drop into your local branch of "My Bank",  "and talk the matter over with T. B. Larson; the manager. You  can borrow ot the B. of M against your bonds, and at a rate appreciably lower than for a loan without such security. The  money can be repaid in easy instalments, and the interest on  your bonds will be credited to your account in the meanwhile.  In fact, the interest on the bonds very nearly pays for the  interest on the loan. Advt.  Business and Professional  DIRECTORY  0umm  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  BEER BOTTLES  TYPEWRITERS  Will call and buy for cash,  beer bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls made at intervals from  Hopkins to Irvines Landing.  R. K-  STROSHEIN  Wilson   Creek  Typewriter Sales and  Service  Agent for Remington  For Fast, Accurate Service  see  COLIN WINGRAVE  Gibsons.' B.C.  GARBAGE DISPOSAL  TAXI  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  PENINSULA CABS  24-Hour Service  2 Phones ��� 2 Cabs  WILSON CREEK and  SELMA PARK  Phone   Sechelt  66  GIFT STORE  Headquarters for Wool,  Notions,  Cards,  Toys,  Miscellaneous Gifts  Gibsons 5-10-15 Store  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  BILL'S  TAXI..-  Reliable 24 Hour Service  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Bill Mervyn j  Phone Halfmoon Bay 7-U    ���  TRANSFER-TRUCKERS  PLUMBING-HARDWARE  Hardware, Plumbing Supplies  Heating Necessities  "Serving the Peninsula"  Marshall's  Hardware  Phone Gibson���33  HANSEN TRANSFER  GENERAL CARTAGE  GOOD BUSHWOOD  Phone Sechelt  28  Sechelt, B.C.  PLUMBING and HEATING  REAL ESTATE  Specialist in Coast Property  Consolidated Brokers Ltd.  Gulf Coast Offices-  Gibsons and Sechelt  Phone 37  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS  Registered Plumbers  PLUMBING  Sales   and   Contracting  Who profits most? The mer-.  chant whose big ad is always iri  The News  was in a nursing home in Vancouver. She is much better and  has left the home and staying  with friends has asked us to say  hello to all kind friends who  have enquired about her especially did she send her kind  wishes to Dr McColl.  Saw Yvonne Brooker and Jean-  nie McCrea up for the week-end  staying- with Yvonne's mother,  Mrs Thelma Brooker. Sorry to  hear Buster is again in hospital.  Miss Bessie and Ella Jamieson,  Dogwood Cottage, are in Vancouver for a few days making  arrangements for the shipment  of furniture which is in storage  in Vancouver.  Guests at Glendalough Lodge  include Mrs Mowat, Mrs Patterson, Mrs Clampitt, Mrs Hughes,  Miss Dalzell, Mrs Heyman, Mr  and Mrs W. Smith, New Westminster, B.C.; Miss Barb and Janet Milne and Mrs W. MacKenzie  of Hugo, Oregon.  Rev Father O'Dwyer of St Vincent's Mission has been given a  brand new 1950 Ford sedan to be  used for church work on the peninsula.  We met such a nice little girl  tonight on the waterfront. Tells  us her name is Carolyn Audrey  Parrish and she is five years old.  Says mummy and daddy ���, have  the Waterfront Cafe and she  likes it here but she hasn't anyone to play with. Well Carolyn  that will soon be adjusted with  such a sweet friendly little girl.  PAYING   THE   PIPER  Crowded, crooked irregular  permanent teeth are frequently  part of the price that must be  paid for the premature loss,  through lack of adequate care,  of 'the baby teeth. Don't allow  your child to become a "dental  cripple" by succumbing to the  myth that the baby teeth are of  little importance. Those -20  teeth he acquired at -30 months  are of even greater importance  than are the permanent teeth in  the older child.  Wife Preservers  Use your sewing machine to baste'  long seams. The tension should be as'  loose as possible, and the stitch as long-j  as possible. The stitches may be easily  removed.  Awarded Hart Trophy as  Most Valuable Player  Vv'"   ��*$Sv'p  ���Central Press Canadian  Chuck Rayner, the bushy-haired  goaltender who was the backbone  of the New York Rangers' defence  in their drive to the Stanley Cup  finals, has been awarded the Hart  trophy as the National Hockey  league's most valuable player for  1950. In addition to trophy, Rayner  will receive a $l,000-cash prize  from the N.H.L. Rayner, who  played'in 69 out of 70 games during  the regular season despite repeated  injuries, yielded an average of  only 2.62 goals per game for the  best record of his career. He also  recorded six shutouts.  THE COAST  NEWS, Monday,  June 26,   1950  STOUFFVILLE PAPER WINS AWARD  ���Central Press Canadian  Joseph T. Clark trophy, emblematic of best edited and written newspaper in Quebec or Ontario town of 1,500 citizens, is presented to Charles  Nolan of Stouffviile Tribune by Ken Walls of.the Barrie Examiner. Mr.  Nolan is publisher-editor.  ROOMS FOR MIT  Clean,  comfortable rooms  in annex.  Moderate Rates by Day,  Week or Month  UNION STEAMSHIPS LTD.  Sechelt, B.C.  ^  Use "News" Ad-Briefs To Sell, Buy, Rent  FOR RENT  Waterfront Housekeeping Cabins  July,  August  and  September.  $17.50 per week $60 per month  Including Linen and Fuel  SECHELT INN  Phone Sechelt 17  For All The News . . . Read The "News''  <&hz (Eoast $ews  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  PERSONAL���  SHIP BY Gulf Lines Express to  or from Vancouver. Low rates.  Fast   serviee.   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  Reach who's who, and, who is  whose . Advertise more in The  News.  FOR  RENT:  WATERFRONT h o u sekeeping  cabins, July, August and September, $17.50 per week, $60 per  month, including linen and fuel  Sechelt   Inn,   phone   Sechelt   17.  2735-47  LAND ACT  NOTICE of Intention to apply to  lease Land. In New Westminster Land Recording District of  British Columbia, and situate  North of Secheit Creek Salmon  Arm,  Sechelt Inlet.  Take notice that Universal  Timber Products Ltd. of Sechelt,  B.C., occupation Logging, intends to apply for a lease of the  following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted  at the North West corner of L  1283 thence West "30 chains;  thence South 10 chains, more or  less to Foreshore of L354; thence  Easterly along foreshore of L354  and L1283; thence North along  foreshore of L1283 to commencement, and containing 32 acres,  more or less.  Dated May 19th, 1950, Agent  for Universal Timber Products  Ltd. Horace Johnson  47 i ^tHiUi'i -mju iry^-fif_jl_gY^-rs___s--'J_  Printed  Letterheads  Printed  Envelopes  A bargain is not usually (pund under any kind of pressure or  impulse buying. And a bargain is not always what it seems.  In printing, for instance, even though you might shave prices  five or ten percent by shopping all over the city, you might  find that your economy was a bit costly.  WEDDING  INVITATIONS  Social * Stationery  Your newspaper is a- service to your community. To perform  that function properly, it must be a profitable enterprise. To  be profitable, it needs wholehearted co-operation of every  buyer of advertising AND PRINTING in the area it serves.  Dodgers,  Programs  Sales Bills  Our commercial printing department gives good service at  fair prices. It is an important part of our newspaper business.  The more business we can do with you, the better our newspaper can serve you.  Why not give us an opportunity to do your next printing?  Blank Envelopes  Printed  Envelopes  All  sizes and styles  X  Paper of all Qualities  and all sizes  Folders,   Price   Lists  Color Printing  The COA  Commercial  Phone Gibsons 45  RUBBER STAMPS  of any kind.  i  for any  Order from Us Sinclair Sees  Means Test End  SECHELT ��� Abolition of the  means test.and inauguration of  a $40 per' month pension for  everyone at the age of 70 was  forecast here by James' Sinclair,  M.P.  Speaking at a general meeting  of the Sechelt Liberal Association, Mr. Sinclair said that all  factions in Ottawa were now in  agreement on this plan.- It is believed legislation to this effect  map be passed soon.  "This is a good step forward,"  he said, "and probably the first  iri getting a completely better  pension scheme throughout Canada."  FLOWER TIME IN CANADA'S CAPITAL  THE COAST  NEWS, Monday,  June 26,  1950  7  To blow up rivals, here's your  fuse; Advertise more in The  News.  Skinny men, women  gain 5,10,15 lbs.  get New Pep, Vim, Vigor  What �� thrill! Bony limbs fill ont; ugly hollow*  , nn ap: neok no longer scrawny; body loses half-  BtturvM, sickly "bean-pole" look. Thousands ot  Sins, women, men, who never coul<F*g__ln before,  a�� now proud of shapely, healthy-looking bodies.  They thank the speolal vigor-building, flesh-bulldlng  tonio, Ostrex. Its tonics, stimulants, lnvlgorators.  iron, Yltamln Bi, calcium, enrloh blood, Improve  appetite and digestion so food gives you mora  ' strength and nourishment: put flesh on bare bones.  Don't fear getting too fat. Stop when you've gained  the 5.10,15 or 20 lbs. you need for normal weight.  Costs little. New "get acquainted" size only 60s.  Tit famous Ostres Tonlo Tablets for new vigor  and added pounds, this very day. At all druggists.  HUNTER'S QUEST  HOUSE  GRANTHAMS LANDING  Good Food ��� Careful ��� Courteous Service  Our Rates are Reasonable  Make  ��use  Your Summer Headquarters  A Complete  Home  Wm. McFadden  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?  ���Photo by Malak, Ottawa  Cold dignity and inviting beauty are combined in this scene of the  Peace Tower on Canada's Parliament Hill.and its border of colorful  tulips.     Nearly half a million Dutch tulips bloom each year in the  capital.   The bulbs are a gift from Holland.  Selma Park  Hairdressing Shop  Modern hair  styling. Competent    work  *  DOLLY  JONAS  Phone for Appointments  STOCK-REDUCING  CLEARANCE  in  DRY GOODS  HARDWARE  CHINA  ETC.  MURDOCK'S  Marine Supply  PENDER HARBOUR, B.C.  Double Flush  Of Roads Now  SECHELT ��� The road between  Wilson Creek and Sechelt will  be double flushed this year. Work  will start in the very near future.  ��� This was the information Andrew Johnston received in a  wire from�� B.' M. Maclntyre,  M.L.A'. -The information w^as by  authority of the minister of public works, E. C. Carson.  This welcome news was broken  during a meeting of the Sechelt  Liberal Association called to hear  guest of honor;James Sinclair,  M.P. The meeting will be the  last until September according to  .the president. W. Morris, provincial Liberal party organizer,  also, spoke.  Death Claims  A. C. 'Andy' Hill  GIBSONS ��� this area lost another old timer in the passing  of Andrew C. Hill, one time realtor here, following a lengthy illness in Vancouver.  Until  a  few months  ago,  Mr.-  Hill was a popular figure on the  streets  of  Gibsons.     He. was   a  partner of the former Harry Clay,  and H. A. Roberts agent here.  He is survived by his wife, two  son, George E. Hill, here and A.  C. Hill of Vancouver. Burial was  in Vancouver.  WELL-FED  STARVATION  A person may believe that he  is well fed, yet his tissues and  cells may actually be starving if  he eats chiefly sugars and  starches and neglects to eat sufficient protein and mineral foods.  The quantity of food consumed  is no indication of an adequate  diet if the basic rules of nutrition  are neglected.  Paai KicUaJid'd*  /lltnanacA  "It is against some people's principle to  pay interest. And it seems against other's  interest to pay the principal."  EVERYTHING  IN LUMBER  BURNS and JACKSON SAWMILL  Phone 15M2 Wilson Creek  v  i  -Jervis Towing Co.  Your Local Complete Marine Towing Service  LOG TOWING ��� YARDING -��� SCOWS -��� DREDGING  PILE DRIVING ��� 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. 11S2  NANAIMp���The  Nanaimo Towing Co.  Ltd.  Tel., Day 555; Night 1497 or 305  Area Agent���Mr. H. Spalding, Pender Harbour, Tel. 6 S 2  Sleeping habits have much to  do with good posture and good  health in children. A child needs  his own bed, large enough to  turn about in at night. The  springs and mattresses should be  flat and firm with no sag in the  middle. The pillow should be  small and flat for healthful sleep.  SECHELT  ���. * * ���  j For Quiet Comfort, Leisurely Meals Cooked to Per-  jij fection and Tastefully Served, visit our Dining Room,  |   overlooking the sea.  Afternoon Tea Served on Lawn and Verandah  x  Hot Midday Lunch on Sundays���A Special Feature  Breakfast 8-9:30  7Sc  Lunch 12:30-1:30   Dinner  5:30-6:30    '���      ,   20 to 1 says  dwe/Mefifo with a  ^Z^TWIM  T3jMwi��lw<***'  One or two man cutting attachments from 30  inches to 7 feet.  AU Pu/irpater flawed GAaUt Seuu  Boost production and cut costly time and labour r'  . .\ the SUPER TWIN is built for the big jobs ... a  light weight machine in the heavy duty class. A  Tailored Torque Curve, Eight' Position Swivelling and  Fully Automatic Control give the SUPER TWIN the  dependability that counts.  Weighs only  45 lbs.  45 lbs. I  M J  For   additional   inf orma- I  tion fill in and mail:  Name-  PIONIEII  POWER CHAIN SAWS  UipkKi��4y>i�� ��*   ���.    \Avp Vtpfil*N<t. -pp. VN pf^    v ^ ������      ���.   A�� N    s�� �� *�� s    \ (  -zristSCyLn ~m^ faM L . .SZiM fisiJt  W DU-TRI'M ENGINE BRINGXIMITED  Address.  VANCOUVER,  B.C.  NO RTH   BAY,"-�� N T.  Please print clearly  For Table   Reservations  Phone Sechelt  17  'Distributor:  Purves E.  658 Hornby St.  Vancouver, B.C.  COMPARE THE SAW!  COMPARE THE PRICE!  Priced from $450.00  (30" one man attach, complete)  f.o.b. Vancouver  Taxes extra where applicable B  THE  COAST  NEWS, Monday, June 26,  1950  Sechelt Job  GIBSONS ��� The School Board  committee consisting of Norman Hough and A. E. Ritchey  will have their hands full when  they try to fill teacher vacancies  for the coming term.  Among those who have handed in their resignation are: Ray  Elliott, principal of the Gibsons  Elementary School; Ian Mortimer, Kliendale; Mrs; M. Hill,  Britain River; Mrs. Flora Morton,  Deserted Bay; Mrs. Freda Heron,  East Roberts Creek; and Mrs.  Muriel Barclay, Gibsons Elementary.  Teachers Quit      KEjSSf  PETITION from group of 685  ratepayers asking council to  submit a resolution to Victoria  accepting them into the village,  was approved by the council, and  on a motion of Commissioner E.  Nestman, resolution accompanying the petition will be forwarded to Victoria.* This the first  step once more in reopening the  very contentious issue of amalgamation.  By-law re subdivision plans of  the future was amended to read  "lots no smaller than 5000 feet  in area will be approved." This  corrects size of lots in original  by-law, third reading given last  night, and at meeting on July 5  by-law will be given approval.  Petition from G. Boucher of  686 lot 2, asking for water for his  area, where he is installing pipes  to serve this block, was granted,  and when project completed  water will be provided for them.  Sprinkling rules are going to  be enforced, and as much as commissioners are reluctant to take  this step, there seems to be no  alternative.  Hqses running day and night  are ' definitely unfair to household users of water, many people  do not realize that folks on the  higher levels' are actually deprived, of water while some one  running a hose steady a little  further down the hill.  There is plenty of water but  with water running indiscriminately sorne are being penalized  so that others may have their  beawtiful garden, and village  fathers feel that this must be  stopped in fairness to everyone.  On a petition from the Legion  regarding the extra large water  bill for past six months, matter  given very sympathetic hearing,  and rebate given them on part of  bill. It was felt that this would  be remedied in the future by a  thorough overhauling of plumbing and other water systems in  the building.  Conducted Band  -w^  . of 1,100 Pupils  CHEVRON  GAS STATION  BETTER CAR CARE STARTS HERE  DR. A. M. LOWE - DENTIST  Immediate Laboratory Service  PHONE 20H2  In   Conjunction  with  Cecil   Lawrence  Taxi  Call BILL HUNTER  Sechelt 48  ^MORRISON- AUTOMATIC"  DIESEL  LIGHTING   PLANT  Clectrify l{cut Jarnt...2iiMtal  the tfeUar-JafiiHff TflwrUvH  A "Morrison-Automatic" costs  less to buy ��� and to operate,���  than a gasoline plant; gives instant power and light, for as low  as 2c per K.W.H. . . .without  storage batteries. Compact, yet  fully equipped, the "switch-starting'** machine is ready for use as  soon as installed! The self-regulating "Morrison" generator, coupled direct to the Petter Diesel,  runs at only 1,200 r.p.m. . . .  continuously if required.  Designed   ior   long   and   efficient,  service, "Morrison-Automatics" are  World-famous . ... no other p.ant  is "just as good."  Two models stocked: 2,500 and  5,000 watts, price complete  $1,065.00 *and $1,410.00. No  Extras.  Models   supplied   up   to   25,000   watts.  Distributors for B.C. and Alberta:  ���.Write,'call  in or phorie  F.' J. BarUidiome'w-;  ��� President  .285.HOMER  EQUIPMENT LTD  Mrs? M. Turner .  P-TA President  ANNUAL     meeting ' of  Gibson's  Parent     Teacher     Association  was held Monday evening.  Reports were presented by the  respective   officers,   and  showed  an    interesting    and    successful1  year, 1949-50.  Election of officers for the term  1950-51 was" held.    Thos elected  as   follows:    President, Mrs. M.  Turner;   vice-president,   Mrs.   R.  McKibbin;    secretary,    Mrs.    A.  Hough;   corresponding   secretary,  Mrs L. Sergant; treasurer, Mrs  J. Davies.  Committees:   Membership,   Mr.  S. Trueman; program, Mrs. E.  Kane, Mrs B. Balentyne, Mrs. M  Hague; films, Mr. E. Turner;  publicity, Mrs. L. Inglis; magazine, Mrs. I. Cresswell.  Mrs. Turner thanked teachers  and members for their untiring  efforts during the past season.  Regret was expressed at the  resignation from the teaching  staff of Mr. EUiott, Miss New,  Miss  Barclay   and  Miss Dobbin.  A presentation was made Mr.  and Mrs. Elliott for their work  with the P.T.A. Each retiring  teacher received a  corsage.  A tasty lunch was served.  ���Central Press Canadian  ' Eugenie York, six, conducted  Canada's largest rhythm band of  over 300 musicians at physical education demonstration show in Oshawa, Ont. More than 1,100 pupils  participated. ,.______-^i.  Tenders Called  Soon for Heat  GIBSONS���Tenders will be called immediately for installation  of an oil burner furnace for the  elementary school.  School Board also decided to  apply to the Department of Education for a grant���50 per cent  will be paid by the school .board  ���with which to remodel the  elementary school basement, insulate the ceilings, add new  lighting fixtures, and generally  redecorate throughout.  QwizIVo. 2  How much does it cost  per dozen to advertise the  well-known brands of  oranges? Is it 2��? 3tf  51 a dozen?  A NORMAL HABIT  Children are often' criticized���  and sometimes disciplined���for  fidgeting, but doctors point out  that small movements are normal  in children and that suppression  of these natural movements is  one of the important" causes of  fatigue and inattention, particularly in school children. Youngsters need to move about a bit in  order to stay relaxed and comfortable.  AUSWCr? It costs less than %i a  / dozen to advertise the big-name brands of  oranges.  That's only half the story. Advertising  lowers your cost two ways:  Cuts the selling costs* And by helping mak*  mass production possible, lowers ihe production costs, too.  So advertising tsaves you many times that  yit per dozen.  "Published by This Newspaper to Help Foster a Belter Understand  ing of Advertising's Function in Our Society."  ATTENTION!  Consumers  Commencing July 3, 1950, the Gibsons and Granthams area  will be included in the regular delivery route of The Standard  Oil Co. of B.C. Ltd., Wilson Creek Branch.  ��,<?  MArine. 4474:  VANCOUVER

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