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 i  >  5  Provincial Libra*  Victoria, 8. C.  Phcne your news or  orders to  CftEbsGRS  Sixth Year of Publication  Vol. 4-90 Thursday October 11 1951      Serving- the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula "Where Fishermen Need Never Lie.'  NATIONAL FLAG DESIGN ��� A. L. Caron of Montreal submitted  this flag design to the National Flag Committee believing it to be  truly Canadian in conception and execution. The cross is white  on a blue background: the 10 stars, blus on a white^background;  the maple leaf, white on a red background. m  Buck passing -  again  Traffic-in the Village of   Gibsons is becoming, more and  more a problem for council and less one for the law.  At the present moment it is doubtful if any traffic by��aw  in the village could stand the searchlight of diligent courft  action. The R.C.M.P. are scored because they fail to "enforce  existing bylaws."  In the very next breath eou/icil claims it is not sure whatf  its powers are. It is not sure about ;the coming- traffic bylaw.  It erects signs in the village and then is not sure if they can.  be enforced!.' 'y     - v?  It is hardly good enough to blame our police for not enforcing the law, then, when that same policeman offers to  show commissioners tlie error of their ways, they call in the  smokescreen of niimbo jumbo about Victoria, the turn over from  Provincial to R.C.M.P. and the decadent present village bySaw.  There is no gainsaying these things are right. But by virtue  of this, council should not blame the police for not doing what  "council itself has neither the brains or the nerve to handle.  Condemning .the R.C.M^P. because they will not run around  the ^lage arresting eyeTyone vwh^ is firje . -^ IscSin.:.  counciTs pbinlfc bf view1, '  Recently our R.C.M.P. detachment was scored for this. The  harrassed policeman, wanting to show council why he could not  idiscrimihately make arrests just because some commissioners  thought he should, offered to appear .before council and explain  the whole matter.  ��� Council said "ncv" They could not discuss the matter. It  was too involved with Victoria. They had no by Paw. They new  Jthat certain signs meant nothing. And so on Into the night . ; .  Wlhy does council not mend its own fences instead of kicking a public official who has nothinjg to do with policy?  Hitting the little fellow will ncjt save  the   village's face.'  Neither will ��t make for good law andl order. Traffic regulations here are a farce. Much of it is the village's own fault. Lashi-  ing oufr at the RC.M.P. may make some members of council  feel better but it will never help our traffic problem.  Ratepayers Back Water  By la w; Score Road work  Motions backing the pending water bylaw and urging "immediate" repairs on the Bay Road were passed by a.meeting of  Gibsons and District Ratepayers acting without officers.  T. Keen, in the absence of  President 11. Hodgson, filled  duties of chairman, while Mrs.  D. Donaldson^filled in for Secretary P. Leech.  Commission Chairman Mrs.  E.. Nestman scored lack of information emanating from the  Village Commission, when  asked question on a recent  survey made ? by the Department of Public Works on the  Bay Road.  "I am as much in the.dark  as you are," she told the 14  member meeting. "T ask for  reports from fro various committer -:. and -quite often we.  only get half a report or/whatever the particular chairman  feels he. should reveal."  George Marsden, over objection from the chair, and his  way with a motion to name  three rle7craves ^charged with  meet""v th<* Village Commission "in t,hie njr.nr future," to  discuss the pending water by  law.  Delegates are: H: Hodgson,  D. Rees and George Marsden.  It is believed this i is the  same meeting requested recently by the Board of Trade.  Commissioners will grant the  interview when questions will  be answered.  The meeting endorsed the  bylaw which will, with interest, cost more than $70,000.  The amount to be votet on by  village ratepayers will be for  $50,000. A 60 ,per cent majority is needed . for passage of  the bill.  Schoolroom Light  s Hardly Enough  Lighting for school children  studying the three R's in the  the rented Church Hall is  hardly enough, according to a  report, from School Inspector  C.'T. Reudal.  SECHELT. ��� Captain Andrew Johnston, "McKenzie Riding Liberal Associations president, will be guest speaker at  next general meeting of Halfmoon Bay Liberal Association  in Red ?Roofs, October 16, at  8 p.m.  "This," Captain Johnston  said, "will be the"first of many  trips I shall endeavor to make.  It is my intention to visit each  of the Associations within the  riding as well as acting as  liason officer with other ridings and with the federal organizations."  The newly elected Liberal  chief \vil| speak on the need for  unity and cooperation of Liberal associations. "The principles of Liberalism are sound,  and can be termed the bulwark  of our nation today," he said.  "But it takes continual tending to avoid the pitfalls of  complacency."  W. (Bill) Kolterman is president of the Halfmoon Bay  unit and assures all interested  parties that the meeting "will  be outstanding and everyone  is welcome to come and help  , us get our "much needed... im-  7prov'em'e'irlts?'',??"?      ;>   '�� '"   : ''"'"���  ' It may be recalled that  Halfmoon Bay has been negotiating with; the Provincial  Government, the B.C. Power  Commission and the Department of Public Works in order  to get the Welcome Beach cutoff completed. Installation' of  power from -the, B.C. 'Power  Commission is another item  being discussed by the Liberal  Association "which counts 95  per cent of the population of  Halfmoon Bay in its' membership. ''  Earles Celebrate  Silver Wedding  A Turkey Supper, served  late *n the evening, was highlight of a social evening at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred  Earles in honor of their silver  wedding anniversary.  Mrs. Earles took an imposing list of firsts and seconds  when she showed her culinary  prowess  at the annual fair.  Among fiends who dropped  in for the  occasion  were  Mr.  and  Mrs. Fred Anderson who  flew in from Calgary and J.  Dundas. From Vancouver came  Mrs.  J.  Hutt   and   daughter,  Rita,   George   Jervis,   Gns   Olson, Mrs. F. Hntton and Miss  M.   MacKie.    Gibsons   visitors  included Mr. and Mrs. Norman  Wyatt, Mr., and Mrs. "Curly"  Kairpan,    Mr.   and   Mrs.   Ed.  Turner, Mr. and Mrs. B. Thor-  burn, Mr. and Mrs.  -O Tomm,  Mr.  and  Mrs.  A.  Pilling,  Mr.  and Mrs. W. Graham,? Mrs. E.  Nestman and Ed 'Smith.  Music was supplied by the  Mairpan family with accord-  ian  and guitar.  The party broke up with  everyone wishing the happy  couple much success and many  more anniversaries.  ees w  A comprehensive blue print for roads and bridges on the  Sechelt Peninsula holds high priority in the district engineer's  office, Vancouver.  ' " Estimates   mi   the   Welcome  Beach cut-off will go to the  Department of Public Works,  "sometime  this   month."  Estimates for changes on the  Gibsons���Hopkins road will  al :o go in at this time.  The  District   Engineer's  office is "unaware of any activity- on   the  Agamemnon���Pender Harbour new. road, part of.'  the ferry link.  Surveys on. tlie Bay Franklin::  ess Meetings  School B o a r d President,  Tom Humphries'and Secretary  Mrs. Anne Burns were charged  with drawing up facts and figures of school board costs for  the past year to be presented  to general meetings throughout the Peninsula.  Following are representatives who. will attend the various  meetings:  Gibsons, October 15, Mrs. L.  S. Jackson, Tom Humphries,  A. Funnell and Norman Hough.  Sechelt on October 16 will  have Mrs. Jackson, Tom Humphries, A. Funnel] and Norran  Hough. ..Jlalfmoon Bay will  have Mrs. Jackson. Roberts  Creek, A. Funnell and Mrs.  Jackson with Mr. Humphries  a probable. Gambier will have'  Norm an Hough while Irvines  Landing will have Representative Rae.  Madeira Park, which will  include Kleindale and Silver  Sands, will be hosts to Tom  Humphries, Mrs. MacDonald  and Mrs. Jackson.  Egmant and Nelson Island  will hear Mr. Hough and Mrs.  MacDonald.  road have been made.  "These are part of a complete answer to parking problems now faced by Gibsons  following operation of the car  ferry/' according to District?  Engineer D. S. Love. -  Costs of re--nr facing from'  Metcalfe Corner to Gower  Point road beyond the Bay  will also be estimated. "We  are, ^efeui'iely going to do  something about repairing this  portion of the highway."  "Two bridges, Mission No. 1  and   No.  2 are being   closely  watched by the department."  the engineer said.  It is believed  either one  or^  both may be replaced? with filt"  "This depends "on the findings;  of the near future.".''  "We are definitely interested in overall improvements  for your area," the engineer-  told the Coast. News. "We are-  making continual surveys hit  order +o .better conditions."  Roaf is Guest Speaker  at Next Legion Meeting  Brigadier W. G. Roaf, district Department of Veteran;  Affairs administrator, will be guest speaker at next general*  meeting of Legion Branch 109 in the Hall, November 6.  According to Legion Secretary, E. Sergeant, the Brigadier will also make a tour- of  the Sechelt Peninsula with a  view to better aquainting himself with local conditions.  This is the third time thaf  D.V.A. .officials have visited  the area.  First appearance, recently,  was at the Special general  meeting of the Army, Navy  and Airforce Veterans in  Canada, unit 276, on Gambier  Island when the Brigadier  spoke on D.V.A. problems be-,  fore a packed hall of veterans  from   many organizations.  Second official visit made  by department spokesmen was  the recent public meeting spon  sored by Legion Branch 109^..  when three officials of the administration were guests, and;  spoke on  D.V.A.  problems..  Clarification, at both these-  meetings, was given many'  questions long troubling veterans here.  This third meetmg will  feature Brigadier Roaf. .Tt is  expected that still further  clarification will be given  many questions facing veterans in their dealings with the  government bodv.  It was pointed out that inorer  than  30  per   cert   of   D.V.A.  recipients for   all  Canada,  reside in B.C.  Police Overtures Spurned'  A letter from the R.C.M.P.   (Gibson Detachment)  requesting permission to address commissioners on the tangled condition   of traffic regulations in  Gibsons,   was turned    down  by  Village fathers who thought the whole matter was too involved?  In   the  letter,  the  R.C.M.P.  suggested     the.   village    was  laboring under a "misapre-  hension as to what regulations  remain in force." Suggesting  a meeting between Commissioners   and   the   polie��   could  heln  clarify  the  matter.  Council i hanked 'the constable for hi'-: interest but will  let him k-^w it would be better to writ for a further meeting whh various authorities-  before trvinr to ryy-'y the present  difficulties. The Coast News     Thursday October 11 1951  Wxz ffioast Mews  Member Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association.  (Established 1945)  .Satborized as second  class mail,   Post Office  Department,   Ottawa.  SVUXIAM   SUTHERLAND   ������   SAMUEL   NUTTER,   Publishers  Published  Every  Thursday.  Bates of Subscription: 12 mos. $2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  Sc per copy. United States and Foreign, $2.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45  Box 6, Gibsons. British Columbia.  clonals  With One Eye Open  We shudder to think what will happen if the Province of  IB.1C. takes the words of Liberal Organizer Douglas Morris too  Jiterally!.  Speaking at Sechelt, Mr. Morris advised approaching the  -various cabinet ministers through, "properly organized Liberal  .Associations."  We believe Mr. Morris also meant Conservative or C.C.F.  miits, if either of these parties were to haye control.  ?Mr. Morris advised by-passing the Boards of Trade or  ?Katejiayer's Organizations in approaching parliament.  This would create one of the tightest vote getting machines  Shis side of Tammany Hall or the Pen4ergasts.  It is hardly likely'that much stock will be taken of this;  joaove hy the Liberal organizer to tie things so firmly with the  Xfberals.  We very much doub& that Liberals themselves, once they  jhad thought of all the implications, would even tolerate such a  move.  Democracy is a continual fight against isms or groups ever  seeking power. In fighting for or trying to build democracy, it  3s very easy for us to create its opposite.  ?Uany of the 31 delegates who heard Mr. Morris would be  shocked at the very thought of government by patronage. Yet,  that is the logical outcome of Mr. Morris' advice.  It payfe us to watch wifth ever enquiring mind the moves*  and machinations of even such tried and!'true Canadians as Mr.  MorfIs and,those of our friends, the Liberals, who would take'  blindly, the advice of the party.  Reader's Right       "��** Trail"  {Editor, The News:  ;��lir, -���- ?Now that the Black  IBall ^-eirry (has been establish -  -ed ;and aM ��he ballyhoo is  lovesvyou can now sit back and  thmk the situation over. The  if erry :is a good thing, but  rsrouM have been much better  Siadsuch a ferry lieen put into  operation five years -ago, in-  vStead of ?\M?;acliigoiine.  As tilings now stand, I thjnk  hetween    the    Dominion    and  ���iProvineidl   ^Governments,    the  lUriioii.   :��>t!eamiship    -and    the  }J?imx& (eainpaoay, the residents  iMtwieeja   IMierts   Greek   and  "Bargain   Harbour   have   been  handed a first class lemon. If  this is the best that free enter-  *WM.e can do for us, the  government should put on a good,  .fast    "boat    service     between  "Vgnjiouyier and   Pender   Har-  Ih^ttr calling at Roberts Creek,  ��avis ?Bay, Sechelt, Halfmoon  Bay  and  Pender  Harbour   ar  least three  times per  week.  What  is behind this is any  man's  guess. Hoping you will  publish  this  in  letters  to  the  editor.      ��� Hugh  Bound,  f-*""**^!*,.   Praneis Peninsula.  'Editor, The News,  Sir, ��� Having made a trip  to town recently, I have been  aslcerl, "what do you think of  Mx?. Tiew ferry?'"  It is a very large ship and  has all the accommodation  claimed for it.  On advice of a deckhand I  left my grip on the flat: deck  "between two upright pillars.  'The passage was smooth and  ���seated in the boat's centre,  .little vibration was felt.  ��� A lady sit ring next to me  ���f&nt, tis I did, that, the trip via  'Gibsons was not as good as  ihe Union Steamships service,  it.  was   a  lot  more  'expensive  Another season of exciting  wildlife adventure soon rolls  around for the junior set with  the return to the air of Mark  Trail, favorite outdoor hero of  juvenile radio fans. Starting  September 19, Mark Trail will  be heard every Wednesday  and Friday at five p.m, on  CKWX.  The conservation-th emed  program, which debuted last  year won the praise of government officials, parent and educational organizations for its  wholesome adventure based  on information concerned with  the wildlife and the protection  of natural resources.  _, Welcoming the juvenile series back to radio this fall, the  Rt. Hon. Robert Winters,  Minister of Resources and  Development, said this: "The  person of Mark Trail, based  on the conception of a clean,  upstanding, thoughtful conservationist, could well serve  as a model for the young people of Canada. I do not hesitate to commend it as a fine,  exciting and educational program for your radio listening.  and somewhat more fatiguing.  Why is it that our pier has  recently been fixed up and  now we cannot use it?  I have been a resident of  Roberts 'Creejc for .23 years,  and like many of my older  friends, miss the direct trip to  to Vacouver very much. We  feel that all thought now is  for youth and cars.  On the car ferry there should  be a lift for some of us to get  on the passenger deck from,  the car deck. There should also  be a means of getting up the  wharf at the other end. That  is a long walk for elderly or  sick people.   ���  ��� An Old Timer.  Much Ado  BY  CHERRY WHITAKER  -To anyone living in a household, which includes three  children, a female dog of  mixed origin, and chickens,  life may be irritating, frustrating, maddening and completely exhausting by turns,  but it certainly is never dull.  The only monotony being the  regularity with which peace  .and serenity is shattered.  The mere growth and development of two boys and a girl  keeps    life    from     remaining  static. They grow into and out  of stages and clothes at a rate  that would keep a psychologist  and  a financier   busy   filling  notebooks   twenty-four    hours  a day trying to record developments and revising expenditures.    They    frequently    get  snarled up mentally ��� all at  the same  time,   but  never  do  they lapse into "all's well with  the world" together. The joys  of today are the pet peeves of  tomorrow. The fervid enthusiasms   of   last  month   are  the  dust     gatherings     of    today.  Nine's consuming  passion  for  all  things  cowboy  is  equaled  only   by   twelve's   scorn   for  such things.    The cooperative  efforts   toward  cleanliness   of  one   is  nullified  by  tthe  rig- ,  ourous  campaign   against   the  use of water for external application:    of    another.     The  third member leaps from one  side to the other with bewildering rapidity.   The fact that  the  process  may  be  reversed  in weeks or months is not as  consoling as it sounds.  . Where there are. children,  automatically there are animals, which usually are dogs.  One dog is considered adequate, but in ] the case .of a'  female it is not always left to  the owners to govern the  quantity. She can add to the  household by five Or seven,  preferably on Easter Sunday  in the middle of the kitchen,  or, if in a retiring mood, under  a storage slied where the addi- :,  tions can be viewed only by  those with the adaptability of  an angleworm. The latter site, -  lends itself to certain , inva- ...  sions by any itinerant wildlife. The house?h0id; roused by  excited barks for help, needs  must rally to the rescue. Armed with guns, flashlights, and  a high rate of excitement, all  members assist in dispatching  the black and white invader  of dogdom to a happier hunting ground. The immediate  crises is soon over, but the  memory lingers on, and on.  and on. Then again she can  tree another prowler which  also has to be eliminated. This  ���could take place at the crack  ���of dawn on the morning that  all clocks allow everyone else  .an extra hours sleep. This  memory lingers in the form of  a malodorous rear appendage  which furrily graces the handlebars of a bike. The future  of the additions complicates  the situation. Both children  and animals must be considered here. Decisions cannot be  arrived at' lightly. So many  dogs, so many homes, sounds  simple, but when certain ones  want "he's" and others want  "she's", it's rather difficult .  to sort out the eventual ownership. Particularly -when the  only sure thing' is how many  there are.  " The less said about chickens  the better, except insofar as  they effect tlhje' other two.  Some one of the junior members must see /that the silly  things aire .tucked, up at night.  Failing to do this result's in  ^unexpected"'forays into the I  vcold  night  air,  loss   of  sleep,     '  V��>��y*CMM4'  W^^^^^^^^P^"rcafi -9si  and a general rumbling indicative of disturbed tempers.   .  These are all isolated and  more or less unrelated instances to semi-illustrate the fact  that any household with three  children, a female dog and  chickens is never, never dull.  Tree Planting  Since 19'6\) the Reforestation  Division of the Forest Service  has ��� planted some 28,000 acres*  in the Say ward Forest alone  ���- 'mostly in the area devastated by the great Campbell  River fire in .1938.  National Biscuit & Confection  "Home ��f Red Arrow Biscuits"  1706 West First Ave. ��� -���        CE 9121  Vancouver, B. C.  9'1  'ii  A  ON DISPLAY  Coleman Floor Furnace  50,000 b.t.u:  Coleman Space Heaters  32,000 ��� 50^000 b.t. u. from  $205  $85  9&  ,7S  /  Airtight Heaters  from  24 ��"*���  Wood Burners ��� Brick Lined  We have the answer to all your heading worries. Call  in and inspect any of our wide range. Prices are within*  reach of everyone. Heating is a MUST and it is almost  a MUST that you inspect the modJels on the floor. We  can compete with city prices in any of our lines.  Park  er s  Hard  ware  Phone Sechelt 51 Ii  Quick Action Service"  For you  in Vancouver City  on  Shimmy or  Radiator work  ���. Specialists for 20 years  .  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Vancouver, B.C.  .805 ��*>,nim���� Bldg-.  PUose send f.U I*"-*- ��"  I  1   I  PULP �� PAPER  INDUS TRY  U ���'  visit his new  and a further  norther]!   part  granddaughter,  holiday  in the  of B.C.  doing  rounds with his son in law,  Vincent Mair, who is checking  on wild life for the Provincial  Government. The R. Vernons  getting ready for the big move.  ?NTotiee Mrs. Dawson looking  and feeling better .maybe it's  the  salmon Hubby caught.  The Black Ball; Ferries remarking that business is three  times better than they expected ��� bet the tourists don't  say that about our roads!  Thursday October 11 1951  The Ctast News 3  Halfmoon Bay  BY Mrs K. RAVEN  Chief topic at the recent  VON meeting was the bazaar  to be held on December 1 at  the community hall. A raffle  will be held at this time.  Next meeting will be held at  the home of Mrs. Miekle, Welcome Beach, on October 26.  Mrs. West and Mrs. Welsh will  act as hostesses.  October 10 has been set as  date for the P-T.A. open house  meeting which will be held in  order to interest everyone in  the movement.  Mrs. Limpensell and Mrs.  Laird are arranging a program  of entertainment wnile refreshments will be served.  President Mrs. Burroughs is  anxious to start a Talent  Group in the area, with four  age groups: six and under,  seven to 13, li to 18 antl 19  and over. A. special invitation  to fathers has gone' out in  order to promote this idea.  That is main reason for the  bumper 'social evening for the ���  10th. f���  According to a. lett'ejj received from E.S. Jones, deputy  minister of Public Works, the  road, survey 'will be made  starting this fall. It is believed  the actual work will commence at Egmont.  An election of officers is  slated for the November meeting of the Halfmoon Bay Liberals. The committee set up to  nominate will consist of Mr.  Chamberlin, Mr. Stewart, Mr.  Young and Mr. Hoffa.  An attempt will be made to  have signs placed on the logging road where it passes the  school. Children have to cross  this road and when trucks are  using it, it' makes, 'it a very  dangerous spot. There are  signs on the main highway  but, some of these are broken  and obscured by the growing  brush.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burrows  announce the engagement of  their daughter, Mary, to Mr.  Frank Kingston, of Bloedel,  Campbell River. The wedding-  is planned for early November.  Birthday congratulations to  Miss Mary Burrow?s, who was  21 last week, and to Mrs. Helen  Moffat. :$���  Gower   Gleanings  . BY GYPSY TOWERS '  It's off to town for the  James Beaton's and Sandy.  Looking up old friends, selling  house and a trip to Portland.  Hope all ventures turn out successful,' and Gower will see  them back soon.  , Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elrick  up for a week's rest after their  strenuous but most interesting  visit to conventions in Kansas,  Chicago and wajr points.  Percy  Farnsworth   of  Bonnie  Brook  off,to   Calgary  to  Shipping Problem?  . . let us solve It for yaw  With  speedy^  dependable  servicer  ��� 5 scheduled  round  trips weekly  ��� C.C.13. and  Express  orders  aajrl  Tor  shoppers  ��� -delivery from cur Vancouver  warehouse to your door.  "Large or Small   We  Carry Them All"  Vancouver - Gibsons Freight Lines  M.  T.  Naliken  K. M. Inglis  VANCOUVER GIBSONS  184 East 1st. Inglis  Warehouse  "See Tom  or Eric"  usiness and Pr  DIRECTO  1  :)  naaEBStnsaei!  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Plicae  For Reference  BEER BOTTLES  Will  call  and  buy for  cash,   beet  bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls  made   at  intervals   from  Hopkins to Irvins Landing  R. H. STROSHEIN  Wilson Creek.  ELECTRICAL WORK"  Reliable  Electrical  Repairs  Appliances, Fixtures,  Radios  Washing Machines  Everything Electrical  Hearing  Aid  Batteries  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone 45  PLUMBING  and HEATING?  SUNSET HARDWARE.  ��� GIBSONS ���  Registered  Phimbers  PLUMBING  Sales  and  Contracting-  Plumbing   Heating   and  and Supplies  JACK MARSHALL  Gibsons,  B. C.  Phone Gibsons 104 or 33  REAL ESTATE  FLORIST  \  Flowers for  all occasions.  We are agents for large  Vancouver florists.  Fast service for weddings  .and funerals.  JACK MAYNE  Fhone Sechelt 24 or write  P.O. Box 28.  JOHN COLEBIDGE  AGENCIES  Gibsons  and  District's  Only  Full Time Real Estate  Ag;nt  .GIFT  STORE]  Headquarters   for   Wool,  Lotions ��� Cards ��� Toys  Miscellaneous  Gifts  GIBSONS 5-10-15 STORE  Left of Post Office  Gibsons,  B. C.  SECOND HAND STORE  Hardware ��� China  Tools ��� Furniture  Household  Equipment -  Magazine ��� Bcoks  WE  BUY   TRADE ���  PENINSULA SEOO?NB  HAND STOUE  Phone  Gibsons  99  TAXI  HARDWARE  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 ��� Gibsons B.C.  Builders' Hardware  Paint ��� Plumbing  ��� Appliances ���  Complete  Installation  Maintenance Service  .  DELIVERIES  TO ALL POINTS  PENINSULA CABS-  24 Hour Service  2  Phones ��� 2 Cabs  WILSON CREEK  and  SELMA PARK  Phone Sechelt Gff  TAXI SIR?  call  BILL HUNTER-  Sechelt 48.  TRANSFERS -TKHOKS  MACHINISTS  HANSEN TRANSFER.  GENERAL CARTAGE -  Phone Sechelt 28'  Sechelt, B.C..  "Whatever   '��oes  come   down,"  up    must  governs   every  thing but prices.  Tihie average man is very  tame. A pretty woman can  make him eat out of her hand.  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  -       Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  Phone 54 ��� Res: 58  PLUMBING  Plumbing . and Electrical  Supplies ��� Fixtures  Service  SECHELT BUILDING  SUPPLIES  TURKEYS  TURKEYS  FOR  SALE  _ AH  Sizs ���  AUNE'S TURKEY FARM?.  Phone Wilson Creek "SJSff  WATCH REPAIRS  J. A. HAGUE  Watch Repairs  Engraving ��� JS.cnarn  Parts"  GIBSONS., B.C.  *3L -4  The Coast News    Thursday October 11 1951  Sii^^^��?i^^^^;i^^5aB^^ia^SSH^a^i*  Date Pad  m  Announcing office opening to care for your  business problems.  m  Income Tax  Secretarial and Stenographic  monday Through Friday  10 ��� 5 p.m.  ALFIE RENTON  ��� Phone Sechelt 55 ���  ��� Sechelt, B. C. ���  .a  YES - we've got it  At the right and fair price  (j y p r o c k   Products  Pacific Veneer Plywood  dealers in  C.I.L. PAINTS ��� VARNISHES  DUROID ROOFING  VANCOUVER SASH & DOORS      ^ f  ALEXANDER MURRAY'S LINOS  MARSHALL WELLS HARDWARE  . Lumber of all Types ~S;  See them at  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  or ]?hone  ������������ Gibsons 53 ���  W.L Whist Drive, October  24, at 2 p;m. at home of Mrs.  H. B. Metcalfe.  October 19, Fall Supper and  Dance in Sechelt Legion Hall.  Dance to follow. Badminton  enthusiasts can enroll every  Wednesday at Gibsons School  Hall.  Visitors welcome!  The Annual Fall Bazaar of  St. Bartholomew's Church  will be held in the School Hall  on Friday, November 16, 2 till  5 p.m. There will be the usual  Stalls. Afternoon Tea will be  served.  The Coast News  Wednesday, November 21,  W.A. to St. Aidan's Church  Annual Fall Tea and Sale,  LEGAL  TO CLOSE AN ESTATE  Cash offers will be received by the  undersigned up to and including  She 20th day of October 1951, for  purchase of Lots 3 and 4, Block 4,  District Lot 906 and part of Dis.  .trict Lot 909, Group 1, New Westminster District, Plan 1342; and  Lot 6, Block 1, District Lot 9.06,  Group 1, New" Westminster Dis.  trict, Plan 1342, being situated on  the Northerly side of Ocean Beach  Esplanade betwben Gower Beach  and Whittaker Beach, four miles  from <*ibsons on the Sechelt Peninsula. Size of each lot is approximately one half-acre and is not  cleared.  .The statements contained above  are based on information supplied  io us. which we believe to be reliable, but are not guaranteed by us.  JOHN COLERIDGE AGENCIES,  Gibsons,  B.C.  Agent for THE OFFICIAL  ADMINISTRATOR.  LEGAL  TO CLOSE AN ESTATE  Cash offers will be received by the  undersigned up to and including  ,H(he 20th day of October 1951, for  the purchase of Lot 5, District Lot  1329, Group 1, New Westminster  District, Plan 3777. being situated  > near WiUoifs. Store at( Selma Park,  on the Sechelt Peninsula. Size of  lot is approximately 50' waterfront,  age x 150' deep There is a build,  ing on the lot.  The statements contained above  are based on ���,. information supplied  to Us which we believe to be reli.  able,/but are not guaranteed by us.  JOHN COLERIDGE AGENCIES,  iWi- "Gibsons*B.C..    ''������'���  Aeent for THE OFFICIAL     -  ADMINISTRATOR.      > \  LEGAL  TO CLOSE AN ESTATE  Cash, offers will be received by the  undersigned up to and including  the 20th day of October 1951, for  the purchase of -Bloc% 4, District  Lot 2596, Group 1, New Westminster District, Plan 4364, being situated near the old East Roberts v  Creek School which is on the Sechelt Highway about five and a  .ihalf miles west of Gibsons. Size  <of the property is about 5 acres,  with sec,ond.growth timber cleared  jaroufid the buildings which are  pld and consist of dwelling, wired  for electricity, and four outbuild.  ings including three chicken housas  and woodshed. The whole partially  fenced with wire.  The statements contained above  are based on information supplied  to us which we believe to be reliable, but are not guaranteed by. us.  JOHN COLERIDGE AGENCIES,  Gibsons,   B.C.  Asent for THE  OTFICIAL  ADMINISTRATOR.  LEGAL  TO CLOSE AN ESTATE  Cash offers will be received by the  undersigned up to and including  the 20th day of October 1951, for  the purchase of Lot 3, Block 2, of  portion of Blocks B and C. District  Lot 685, Group 1, New Weetmin.  ster District, Plan 6318, being situ,  aled on the Gower Point Road,  within the Village Municipality of  Gibsons Landing. Size of lot approximately 50' x 130', with small  second growth timber and creek at  rear.  The ^statements contained above  are based on information supplied  to us which we believe to be reliable, but are riot'guaranteed by us.  JOHN COLERIDGE AGENCIES,  Gibsons,   B.C.  A��ent for THE OFFICIAL  ADMINISTRATOR.'  3   Lines  (15   words)  for 35c 3   Insertions   (same  ad)   75c  Extra   words,  above   15-word   min.   2c   each   ���   Cash   with  order  Notices,   Engagements,   Marriages,   Deaths,   etc..   75c   insertion  LITTLE ADS . . . BIG RESULTS  ���**  '37 Ford, 2-door Sedan $325.  Terms. Apply J. Eldred, Roberts Creek. Phone 24-H  Rubbers, ladies, mens and  childrens. Ladies fleece-lined  rubbers, $10.55; Men's wool  socks from 99 cents to $1.99.  Anderson's Shoes,. Gibsons,  B.C.  WE HAVE^a, wide range*of  battery radios from $10 to $50.  See   them   on 'display   at   ou��-  store.  We  accept trade ins.  Gibsons  Electric  phone   45  WANTED '  A fine opportunity is now  available hi' the Gibsons district for a.reliable man capable  of managing a l^hiller Brush  Co. dealership. Above average  annual earnings. Full particular.) in first letter to K. J.  Ncrgaarcl,   87   Cambridge   St.,  Victoria,  B.C. ' 91   1 \j   Wanted ��� Nurse housekeeper  to take full charge of mother  and new baby, from Nov. 14  to Dee. 14; also boy of 3*4  years. Contact Mrs. J. Stone,  Granthams Landing,  B.C.  IJr-  Cfint.  i'f,K,SONAL  J M.  Please, return spoon.  BUSINESS BUREAU  Complete  Accounting  Service  Income  Tax Problems  Secreterial Work  ���   ��� / :      ������ ��� -'.1   ���  Phone:   Sechele 55  FOR SALE  One 600 gal. water tank, .wood,  350 ft. %-inch galvanized pipe.  Tank and pipe may be seen at  Pender Harbour School, Hassans Landing. Apply Seafrelt  School district,  Gibsons.  90  Crocheted table cloth, 54  inches square. Also doilies.  House plants, 35c each. Apply  Mrs.  Stone,  Pratt Road.  90  350 ft. one inch black pipe and  fittings, $35.. Harry Kennett,  Gibsons.  SNAP ��� 4000 feet fir logs on  road... Ready to load, $55. J.  Melhus,  Granthams  Landing.  91  A fine bit of a do! But the  season for greeting cards is  just around the corner. Order  yours early. Personal cards  from $1.25 per dozen and up.  Lovely boxed assortments.  Specializing in. cards for logging and business companies.  Dorothy Erickson, : Wilson  Creek. Phone message can be  left at 21-X  1949 Thames ' y2-ton Panel,  low mileage, good tires, heater.  Write Charlie Burns,' Gibsons^  B.C. 91i  .... .,,.;���..;.....-v!V), -,-?.;.;���,���?.?>-;? :..T.y-yy  One of tlie mysteries of our  pace is the kind of people who  high-hat other people..  Use Coast Netos Classified Ads  ,1RA0UL WALSH  , Golf & Ben Roberts ar.d Aeneas MacKen:-��  F<onu>ie Novel Dy C. ��. cQi��tt��r .  >��^K��-^���  ,  Oct, 18    ���  ���  -" 7-9 p.m.  , .Oct.. 20     ���-  -  -   7-9 p-m.  Movies are better than ever at Sechelt ;   Pender Harbour  BY SARAL.  ���Branch 112 of the Canadian  Legion has done it again. The  -Hardtime Dance was a decided  success in spite of the inclement weather.  Many  original  ���costumes made -it dufficult for  the judges to decide. Final outcome was when Bruce Inrig  and Cecelia Hassen walked  away with top honors. Music  was supplied by Mrs. C. Cameron,   Mrs. J.  Archibald   and  Jerry Fitchen.  Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Inrig  will be leaving shortly for  Trenton, Ontario, where Bruce  will swap his fishery coat for  the officer's coat in R.C.A.F.  Mrs. J7 Baker has returned  from a visit to Vancouver.  St. Mary's Hospital Bazaar  on Saturday afternoon. And  the P.C.M.R's to meet' at the.  Legion Hall on Satsrday evening 6 p.m. All interested parties are cordially invited to  attend.  Thursday October 11 1951    The Coast News  I  NOTICE  -'.���'��������  Schedule Change  Application has been made for filing of revised time  Schedule, together with proposed Tariff for through  service-to Vancouver.  Application is subject to consent of the PUBLIC  UTILITIES .COMMISSION and any objection may be  filed with the Superintendent of motor carriers, PUBLIC  UTILITIES COMMISSION, Vancouver, up to OCTOBER 21, 1951.  ��� ���(  Copies of tariff aiid time schedule may be examined  at the office and on passenger buses of the under mentioned Company.  SECHELT MOTOR  TRANSPORTATION  Passed away in Gibsons,  Mrs. Clara Louis Mitchell in  her 75th year.  Mrs. Mitchell had long been  an invalid and confined to her  home. Our sympthy goes out  to her husband, a hard worker  for the United Church.  Mrs. Mitchell is survived by  her husband, two sisters and  one brother.  Funeral services were held  in United Church, Rev. H. J.  Bevan  officiating.  Interment was in Sea View  Cemetery, Thursday. Graham  Funeral Home was in charge  of arrangements.  BOSTON BLACKIE  Enemy to those who make him an enemy  ���friend to those who have no friend, is  Boston Blackie. It's a half-hour of exciting  drama every -week as crimes are solved  by the super-sleuth.  Dial 980 every Tuesday  at 9:30 p.m.  Bugle Call  By Goudie Knowles  I am glad to be given this  opportunity of continuing the  column for another year. The  Legion Junior Auxiliary gives  promise of being bigger and  better while the members seem  to have even more enthusiasm.  Jack Cresswell was elected  vice president while I was  given the job as secretary.  New members include Bill.  Copper, John Glassford and  Gordon Plows. We now have  40   standing  members.  Incidentally, you can see by  the papers, why we are very  proud of our vice  president.  sssssss^ssssssssssssssssssssssss^sssssssssssss  PEEK   FREAN'S  Delicious, crisp, thin wafers of  whole wheat that you will enjoy  with any spread, sweet or savoury.  Eat it for your daily bread.  it tf&UH  WHOLE WHEAT  Each   wafer  has  23 calories.  "FIRST WITH THE NEWS'  PEEK FREAN'S  MAKERS  OP   -^ |        x  SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS5SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS  1  NOTE: Ask tp see the extra  specials on discontinuing  and  over  stocked  items SAVINGS to you of UP TO 50 per cent. Here is a partial list of these  EXTRA ITEMS: LEATHER   GOODS, COSMETICS,   CHOCOLATES  FANCY SOAPS, PENS and PENCILS  L SALE  EXTRA  SPECBAL  Sigtif Savers  Regular  15c  REXALL  S P. E C  4 for 29c  One Cent Sale  NOTE:   GCbsons Store  WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY  .October 17 ��� 18 ��� 19 ��� 20  250 Popular Items at your local Post Office,  EVEN IF YOU DON'T NEED IT YOU CAN'T  AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT IT AT  ,      OUR PBICES  - Extra S  Old Country  Liquorice, per lb  All  Saris  ^^ Prescription  Filling is a  J^jERiQUS BUSINESS  ^v^WITH US...  &y-\,���-\     Prescriptions are  aYp^4      the most import-  P5  ant part of our  store. That's why  your best protection is our     t����  guaranteed prescription  , service.  P B E S^C R LP VT?I M R;  ^���W^^V^^^S^^  CTSECHELT /& SI T*he Coast News    Thursday October 11 1951  Use Coast News Classified  The Agnes Fortune Rest Home  2774 West First Avenue      ���  Vancouver,  ���      CEdar 3233  FLOWERS FOR ALL  PHONE: GIBSONS 76W  Mrs E. Nestman  IMMEDIATE SERVICE  i  I  FgOKEER ENVELOPES  "SUPPORT HOME INDUSTRY"  835 Beatty St. ��� ���       .    MArine 0624*  ��� Vancouver, B. C. ���  st  I  1  New Radio Repair  SERVICE  OVERHAULS   -   NEW  PARTS  ALL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES  Pender Harbour       ��� ���        LES WILKINSON  Sechelt ��� ��� HARRY SAWYER  WILLIAM FORTT  ��� Phone Gibsons 24-S-4 ���  Sechelt-Jervis Towing Company  Your Local Complete Marine TOWING SERVICE  agents:���     ���;??;-     .      ;r   V.'J\ i yy%y;';iyJ  Pender Harbour:  Bill  Donley���Phone:   Sechelt   11S2  Gibsons.  Reg.   (xodfrey���Phone: -Granthams  56  Nanaimo: Phone 555���Night: 1497- or 305  Vancouver:  Phone ' PAcific  4558;  Night:  KErr.   6352  Phone Us Collect for Quotations  "Tractor Transport No. V ���especially equipped for  hauling cats, trucks and logging equipment by sea  Log Towing     ���'������  -    Scow Towing v Pile Driving  Dredging    \m Wharf and Float Construction  Breakwater  Construction Marine Salvage  Salvage Pumps ;   -. y-t.  TIRE   BARGAINS  We have a large stock of used car and.truck tires ���  all sizes, weigihts and values  Cat & Donkey Chokers  We make up or carry in stock a wide variety of chokers.  Gome in w?,th any of your cable troubles.  We know the answers, and can do 'the job.  EXIDE  BATTERIES  We are agents for this fine, long life batteries.  Come in and choose from the stock/we have on hand.  NEW TIRES  600 x 16  B.  F.   GOODRICH   $23 30  These range from  CHUCK'S MOTORS  PHONE SECHELT 54W  |  1  ^B VARIES  s A very pleasant surprise party was held in the'"home of Mr.  and Mrs. Jack Evans, Marine  Drive, Sechelt, in honor of Mr.  and ?Mrs. E. E. Redman, who  celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary  recently.  Mr. and Mrs. Redman were  married in Survey, England,  and have been in B.C. 40 years.  Thirty of them spent in Sechelt. They have four sons and  three daughters, very active  in Anglican church circles and  are enjoying the best of health.  Presented with a beautiful  bedspread, and cup and saucer  by the guests assembled, the  refreshments were served buffet style with the centre motif,  a wedding cake, with, forget  me nots and wedding bells.  Those present were, Mr..and  Mrs. L. F. Scott, Mr. and Mrs.  W. Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. W.  B. Billingsley, Mrs. W. Smith,  Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Gray, Miv  ancl Mrs. J". Evans, Mr. and  Mrs. Frank French, Mr. and  Mrs. V. Robe, Mrs. G. Taylor  Mrs. Postlethwaite, Sr., Mrs.  Froom and Miss Blanche  Martin.  The evening < was spent in  court whist and singing.  Mr.-' and- Mrs. Harry' Wood  are in Vancouver attending  their son Norris' wedding.  While they are away, Mr. "and  Mrs. V. Robe and Miss Blanche  Martin are enjoying their  home and the lovely beach  there. ���','.������  Delegates "nominated for. the"  forthcoming Executive meeting of the Mackenzie Riding  at' the regular monthly meeting of "Liberals were as follows: Captain Andrew Johnson, Walter McKissock,: W.  Youngson,1 E. Lee Mrs. E.  French, vJ. fl-' Kennedy, Roberts .'���.���'���Greek';��&. LaidlaWy vftob^  erts Creek, and ?R. Cumming,  Roberts Creek"._ Alternate delegate were . W. Allan, B.ert  Sim,  and  J. 'Sowerby.  Mrs. -B. ^ankinj- school principal, w'il 1 'iilstall rie^V officers  of P-T.A.,jafc the first meeting  on September 27, at 8 p.m. iri  the velementally; school ���-build-  ding.-������   v   }i   ��� -'-'���<- '������   '-��� ':  ���The   firsiv meeting of   local  Girl    Guide-.   Association    was ���  held at -the ;home of Mrs: ��� ��� N. '  Watts. '.Mr&f.B. K. Gle'ndinning,-  the- commissioner,   was   there  and a very instructive;meeting:'  followed.   Those   present ��� Were  Mrs:?!), McColl,- Mrs. J. Derby,  Mrs. D. Larsenv Mrs. G. Powell,  Mrs. H. BvvGordOr/ and  Mrs;  N: Watts.-   .  R. D. Cooke is away for a  few days.'-We were indeed  sorry to hear that the lovely  Boxer dogf owned by the"  Cooke's, has been run over and  has a broken shoulder.  The choirngirls of St. Hilda's  Church had a pleasant" surprise On Friday evening. They  had been instructed to assemble in Church at .7.30 p.m. foi*  additional practise in view of  the: forth-coming visit of the  Bishop on October 28, and also  for. the Harvest -Thanksgiving  Services on Friday and Sunday next. Practise commenced,  everybody was in good voice  and, after ��� about twenty minutes, the girls were transferred  'to the Parish Hall.  To the choir ' girl's delight,  the* hall was decorated, tables  laid and all the trappings for  a party, complete with welcoming committee. All done by  the ladies of the De Pencier  Evening Circle. The main object of the surprise party was  presentation of awards to ten-  members of the choir for their  regular attendance and loyal  service in the past year. These  awards, donated by the De  Pencier   Circle   and   presented  to the girls by Mrs. Betty Billingsley, . president, are pins,  shaped like a mmature,:-open  book, purple and white with  gilt surrounding.  ' .Receiving/awards were: Ann  Gordon, Margaret "Williams,  .  6iana   McColl, . Heather   Mc-  ��� Coll, Eleanor Powell, Joan  Chambers, Mary Parker, Dar-  lene Laycock, Dorothy Larson,  and Ruth Lumsden. .Unfortunately Mary and ?Dariene were  absent, Mary through sickness  (glaa to report she is now better), and Darlene is in Saskatchewan with her parents.  The presentation was followed by films taken and  shown by Dr McColl and were  of special interest, being lo'eal  scenes and local people. They  included an aerial view of Se-. ,  ch elt "and district, last -May  day  in Sechelt,   ferry   day.  at  * Gibsons, and a Sunday evening  scene at the Gamma Phi Beta  camp at West Sechelt, in the  summer. The children had  great fun spotting themselves  aiid people they know, on the  screen.        .......  ���The tables, looking very  dainty with mauve and white  candles, mauve party favours  made in the. shape of a book  with each girl's name, in white  on the cover.  Aliwho had worked for this  party must have felt rewarded  when during the middle of  supper the girls stopped eating  aiid suddenly started to ��� sing,  s"For they are jolly'^goOd'fellows."  Square  dancing   and-; games   ;  followed and  a jolly evening  "was rounded offvby the sing-���������  ing of "Taps."   .  :! Special thanks for'this;sue-  cjessful surprise party are due  t'B Mrs. Betty Billingsley, Mr.s.  ikee. Redman, ?M?rs. G. Potts,  ?Mrs. H. Gordon, * Mrs. ^Lillian  ijpwell, Mrs". D;<:McColl;;: ?aiid;':  Mrs. Betty Williams, ��� not;>f or-��� v  getting Dr McColl whose contribution was /a high spot-dn  the evening.   ? v \ ' ; ��� ��� ���?:?.���-.���,-/.  v-Mr.    and    Mrs.    W. Hunter /  have gone into business liere,������'���  titey   will  operate   the ^3heil;:  Service   Station'   now   in- "the  throes   of   being   redecoratecl.  and  pumps  put in.   This  was  formerly  the? Hoifrei 'Oil 'Station.  We  wish ,Mr..,and:?M?rs.:;  Hunter   all   success   in    their  new venture."   :    .  ,-.:���,'��� -���  ROYAL NAVY  DEM ERARA    RU  This advartisement is not published or displayed; I  by the Liquor Control Board or by the Govern?!  ment of British Columbia, ' ?;  IMPORTED  VAUDEVILLE  -���.  plus ������  2 Big Shows  Daily  Sunday   Midnight  On stage  " ..   3 times daily .   .'  Burlesque  "As You Like It"  SINGERS ~ DANCERS  ��� COMEDIANS ���  ' ': 'Girls fS;iR'L?S'r:!i;'";  :\.;:-i..?.v-?v^v.'v^',r*.  GIRLS! ! !  iy  *:���������  i  STATE  ��� Vancouver, B. C  Meet your friends at  '    H  il  ��  fc  MANITOBA HOTEL  50 .W.. Cordova   ���   PAc, 0267!  ��� Vancouver, B. C. ���  W1NTE R   WEAR  We have a complete sttock of winter clothes for both  men, women and children. ,-;.v,..  Call and choose your cold weather clothing fro    our  racks.   There's no  guess wprkyj no  picking from  books, we have the stocks Try-on your choice.  Heavy Work Clothes  ���'������-.. -^;0.'0,;A^  v ��� l^diesV?^;OliiWrens,?;:"v;^  TASELLA   SHOPPE  Phone Sechelt 43  J!  i  ;>IWBUIUtBUIUMUI!  igi-; : ;   IS    '  BMIIIIIIllllMMi��M��Mimtll  BELL-MIE ISURAICE iGMCIES  General & Marine Insurance  ''.''"��������� .'  J. A. HARRISON       ���       A, D. BELL-IRVING  930' West Pender St.  PAcific 4341  ��� Vancouver, B. C.  4Wfl����w*ff>iM>**��^''*>g*^M*,***t*gR"^lBaBPMJ*'*��������������������??***"''**����"  Witt���wmi*m��  KBHMMiiinB ������������������ UKawMut>*mmtB ������������������  i +*W*f*5*3mi*fitxsvt�� WiT'"' Use Coast News Classified Ads  ��  ofiie f rows i$r Heme a  w  When You Buy Our Lumber You Help  Keep Our People Prospering  ^Th^luml^we)^  product of local woodsmen.  LOGGING is our only industry ��� let us develop it  and grow strong together.  We are agents for  Western  Manufacturing and Sales  (Porpoise Bay Sawmill)  When we build our neighbors, our friends and those  who come, for even a short time, to dwell among us, we  are building ourselves. Truly is it "bread on th�� waters/'  when we buy from a firm that buys from you. These a*  your forests, your men cut them down, we buy from  them ani* sell, in slightly different form, back to you  again.  , There are Savings  '.-'-���.--.    . . .'��� *���>? ;-ahd^:we^|^?-;ih(63ie''"oii to*.you. 'v'? ���;>*';?""H:'r;"  ��� COMPARE OUR PRICES ��� ��� ���   .  ��� AH dimensions  WALLBOARDS ��� SASH and DOORS  it-fer  SAND  - FINISHING LUMBER ���  GRAVEL ��� CEMENT ��� BRICKS  In dealing with Western Manufacturing and Sales we  save the freight costs from Vancouver  This Savins is passed on to YOU!  COURTESY DISCOUNTS TO LOGKMNG  OPERATORS ��� CONTRACTORS  ��� This is not a flash in the pan offer ���  It is a true forecast of t&e price cuts that will be  announced every week from  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPIIES  The Store with all the Building Stock  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ���  ?$  ospbuqinoruq  Winter holds no terrors for the home heated with Standard Furnace  Oil or Standard Stove Oil. Carefully refined to exacting specifications Standard Heating Oils burn with a clean, hot flame, give instant,  reliable heat and burn completely without waste.  Banish "high and low'/ temperatures in your home. Simply set the  controls. Your heating unit does the rest. Forget fuek^me&';  Your Standard Heating Oil man keeps your tahlrar!'the>isafe>levefc  Give him a call. He's listed in the phone book.  '  "The good intentions of  prison personnel are not  enough," maintains U.B.C's  newest criminology expert!,  Hugh Christie. "They must  have a type of training that  fits them to help the prisoner  ���not harm him." Mr..Christie  will have the task of providing &uch. training for,the. first  v .-timej^in British^ jCoiumhia..'-'.  Two    courses,   financed   by  the     Provincial     Government,  through  the  Attorney General's Office,  and given  at the.  .. University of British Columbia, will be designed to assist  prison guards, social workers,  and others engaged in the correction and rehabilitation of  prisoners.  '' Prison personnel usually  do what they think is best for  the prisoner," states Mr.  Christie, "but they sometimes  do more harm than good." He  cited a case he had encountered in Saskatchewan where  a prisoner hid his deep fear  with a loud voice and bullying  actions. Prison officials failing  to recognize the fear problem  punished him for his aggressive attitude and increased the.  .? prisoner' s ..fear until finally, hev  attempted suicide.  "Prison   inmates   invariably,  have   deep  psychological   problems that jeall, for more than  ordinary   understanding,"   he  'said. "The only way to Bring  ������ a prisoner back to normal- and  useful life is by .^is.ej;^8h|rbiK^  , tation methods."  As a result of a training program and other reforms instituted by Hugh Christie in  Saslcatchewan one penal institution has been closed and  delinquency has been- greatly  reduced.  ^ ��� ��� ��� ��������� - ���'������ '��������� ������������-������ - ������  AROUND  MURDOCHS  BY  MYRNER  Mrs. Donald Ross is holidaying in Vancouver at present.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Green have  Just returned to the city after  being guests of Mr. and Mrs.  G. Phillips. Herring jigging  took the eye of George while  he was here.  Norm Sleep and Stewart  Curry arrived home last Friday, while on Tuesday we saw  the "Kelp" skippered by John  Daly ' heading for home in  Garden Bay.  Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pollack  have returned from, a^ trip to  Pehticion where they" visited  vrith Dave's relatives.  Don    Dillabough   and   Ned  , Grary.ey both '���]$&��� i$r ������ Vancou-  #e??'te^Wworlf rai^. Ned'to  hospital? j ���  I  Thursday October 11 1951    The Coast News 1  ATCLICAH      SERVICES  OCTOBER 14, 1951 ��� 21st  SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY  St. Bartholomew's Church    Gibsons  11.00 a.m   Sunday School  3.30 p.m.  Evensong  St. Hilda's Church   Sechelt  1.45 p.m    Sunday School  1.45 p.m    Evensong  St. Aidan's Church  Roberts Creek  11.00 a.m Holy Communion  :#> 2.00  p.m.    Sunday  School  SECHELT BAKERY  PENINSULA OWNED  PENINSULA OPERATED  The following, progressive merchants are prepared to  give #ou service and a wide range of quality goods,  including SECHELT BAKERY BREAD  ��� Ask for it by Name ���  Roberts Creek  M & W GENERAL STORE j  BLOTT'S STORE  Davis Bay _    ; '  VIC'S TRACING POST [   '  yyyi Selma Park  THE COFFEE SHOP  SELMA STORE  Sechelt  UNION GENERAL STORE      ,  SECHELT SERVICE STORE  CLAYTON'S GROCERY  Halfmoon Bay  THE TRAIKNG POST  .  QUALITY is  ECONOMY  FINISHED  LUMBER  Graded to B. C. Specifications  COMPARE  PRICES  ALL DIMENSIONS AVAILABLE  ��� AT ���  JOHNSTON LUMBER  ��� Wilson Creek 20-M ���  ';���*'���">      The Business with a Heart"  EQUIPMENT for   logging  MINING AND CONSTRUCTION  SmNOAHl  heAt!ng bus v  SCHRAMM  Air Compressors.  NORTHWEST  Shovels and Cranes.  EIMCO  Rocker Shovels.    .  Dependable   . loading  . of  sand, rock and gravel for  miner  or contractor...-.  Speed, power and tonnage  at new, low cost.  "We  Service What  We  Sett."  Put more tools on the job ���  specify SCHRAMM Tractor-  Compressors or towing type  models. Capacities 60 ��� 600  C.F.M.-  Fast operation,  high output,  with easy upkeep, are features  of these rugged shovels, cranes,  draglines. and pulislfcjyels.  Exclusive Ajgents for British  Columbia,  A. B.WING LTD,  General Machinery Dealers  1383 Hornby Street  Vancouver, B. C.  TAtlow 1564 SSZ&VSiZSfiSilSaSt&tZaJBtXZ  /���  i  n  The CoastNew?    Thursday October: 11 fW5i  Jr   a    if* m f%..m  School Board District 46 will play it cagily for a short, time  ih" the Matter of granting schools for communal purposes.  Allowing   several   requests from organizations for' use of  schools as. meeting places,  The Board heard' School   Inspector  C. T'^.Repda'ir.otitlJne the same problem no^ being studied by  Coqiiitlam.'   ' . ;......  "I   can-.get you   a  copy  Of ��� !       "" '~*~  their-policy as- soon as they  have completed one," the inspector -said, -ly.-.-v.:  {��� The Board.'-granted ^permission to; Girl Guides,.to use Sechelt School but turned down  ...a. plan  from  a newly  started  ^.Q.M.R. unit in Pander: Harbour to'.utilize'the iiew school  l^all there.   :  j The   -green   light  was   also  given the "United Church to. use  present'   school    facilities    at  Rort    Mellon,;   while-, a. ���������'no"^  .was  given the.  >��ational,. Film  ?Bo a. r d     representatives'   Mn,;  Itoberts Creek to use the new  school building there.  :i.Madeirav"Pa^k. School /may  "PERSONAL F^AN^ING"  OPENSLWAtiW \  HAPPIER LIFE;'  Most of lis ha:ve tolive with-  in our income or start eating  bills for breakfast. So some of  us.make casual and frequent  attempts at budgeting. Others  give budgeting .a real college  try,, then step over to the red  side  of-the ledger around  va-  Personal planning. ? We forgot  to provide for' ourse?lv:es.'uWe  make entries-for everything  and everybody,, and leave ou.r-  Mfelves in- the cold.  }! This'is all part of Personal  jlanning or "How to live  within your income and enjoy .  it. V. Tom Larson, tihe manager ���  df the B of M branch at Gibsons, Sechelt. .ax Port: Mellon,  cation time.  Some  even kick    4^ites. you.to pick up a copy  "���*<-*^ff'N<�����   ���������������- \ *" ���   ���  ���! '       v.  w  :������   '    -'  :y   ' w��,    \i  y    yyy^yiiGA^yy     v<  Vancovner Xand Recording  District.   Installed  Sechelt. {,��� Officers installed-  at the > monthly meeting of the  P-T.A.    ill   the;-  School .Hall,  September! 27, were, Benjamin  resident;     Mrs.   F.-.  ;st  ;vice   president; v  Rv4- DrA.��ooke," treasurer;  Mrs.  ���B.   Sim, /recording; secretary-;  Mrs.     Mi. Pendergast,     corresponding!   secretary';    Mrs. JV  b* used by* the P^T.A.  gtfcup.' 1^7,   publicity;    -Mrs. ��� -C/,  sWvirxr atip film  nm- mnrrth^n?"* Lueken, { health;      C.   Luck(  to their- budgets, come- windfalls or fire saljes. But most of  us share one .sad experience,  ' that budget? crimp' one's enjoyment of life more effectively than rain on a picnic.  That's because we're guilty  .of* a very iktportanf omission, which is .'pointed up in a  cheery little j&ook issued by  the' Bank :of '{Montreal,  called  ���'���������'���       f-.:-     ���  of t?he B of M's booklet about  Personal : Planning next. ��� time  you happen to be in the.vicinity. ������, It's yours for the asking.  ;':��� Advt.  ��� Maybe industry . will have  two,, plants ��� one a staidby  for war, and the other to make  things'" to'sell during peaceful  years.  Take notice that Universal Ti��ft  ber Products, ?Linaited, of Seeheift;  B.C., Logging, intends to apply f��|  a lease of tite following ? lands}!  situate' ^(prtfcfr df :SfecJiepl;CreeJ$  Salmon iiu-m/j^eeheltTtiletr Coni||  mending, at a-'post planted at thej  northwest corner/ .of Lot 1283 Jr  thencev'1 west "30 ^ehains; thence  south 10 chains, more or less, tri  foreshore .of I&t 354; thence eastern  ly along foreshpre of Lots'354 ari^  1283; thence north along foreshorif  of Lot 1283 to point of commencejj  ment ��nd containing 32 ^acres, jpftorr-  or. less. ������  Dated September 22, 1951  ���UNIVERSAL ^TIMBER  PRQbtrCTS LIMiTBD  LEO-B.  JOHNSON,  Agent,  USE $H& COAST NEWS  -  CLASSIFIED  L a n g,    feres  ^Frenehf��v first  Plipne 33  ..���'.��-,  *>u  showing one film j^er month ofv  adult educational value.  ^'..'A'   complete'"^plicy will   be  'drawn-������up governing all schools  following  receipts  of  the  Coqiiitlam  proposals.  :en,  ways an|. means; Mrs. C. Lawrence,    program;    J.- ^cl^od*-  Here'ilhe Famous  Sechelt  West  B^'MARGARET AkLAN#  ThfFmce station wagon seen  ^und    these   parts   recently,  ngs 15tm. 4pcl"Mrs^^a^n^..  ar'e,'vi/sltirig��� the Bhte'%ns.-^  a  '���:, \ v,.  ' who  family.    Mrs  ���*' *v r-:Mfs:' M1^nn..'afa.ve:ti��(sters.    .  Mrs.  Zilpha ?McCrea  liad  a  little trouble with a fence during  her  first  attempt   at   car  '!';<" driving, now she-is a little car  r/shy.        > ...   !,.,;���'.- ..}", ..zifi  ' I hear that Mr: arid; Slips. .Pat  Hughes    had   a  little    mishap  ,. with their  car..(Those of you  who knew 'Mrs. ?Beatrice Smith  :  will be interested in knowing?  that she has now moved from  Pender Harbour to Vancouver.  Sorry   to   report   that:  Bill  Wilson is on the sick" list.' Mr.-  and Mrs. Fred Gibbons, is back  from Powell River after spending a holiday with their daughter and son in law, Mr.? and  ..:. Mrs. Robert Woods. ;v .. .,  ;,:V{Residents of the North Ma-;  son Road are thrilled with the  .  -?.:-iie!:w's?" that electricity is going  .; tol'c^ine tip that way. I don't  lonbWvwhat we did without -it.  ?M?rs.v Margaret Arnold, who  is. 0"y|!?r  viewing ��� the/ Festival  of Britain tells us by mail that  travel by bus is cheap. It cost  $12 for a.two day trip includ-  rriemberfhip;    Mrs. '" G.  -Potts'-  and   Mrk  H.  B i J?J i n'^iH ey^-  library ;fand Mrs. 6. Forst'with'  Mrs. H|);Stockwell wfll-.be the'  social  committee.  Mrs. JW. Rankin was-elected'-:  honorary president. ' She' also  installed the,-officers'.    7        ���'������������  The |progra,m 'committee fe-':  ?^^P��rted5HheyJ..are,*ifeady- for ;;a'v  &  w�� *-- ^wis,^sfull ySar 's 'a'cti'tities: :\yhile the'::  Hutchins ' and Tlibrar<$.  committee   has ''been  raising.money in order -to-buy-'-"  new   looks   for", thie"' library?^  Money-raised tlii's'' far'has been: '���  turne<j? over to Mrs. Jl'ahkin. .���'������'���  Woodworking" ;'arid    handir  craft ^..classes' "were  ;discu^sed   :  during th,e, meeting when Mi*^;  Stockwell'    and    'Art    Turner:-  both ^volunteered- to  help  get  themJ;Underway. '   '��� ���'  ,  Yearly.fees have been raised '  in    oi-der   to   meet   increased,  federation   allotment   and   to  cover/ .allotment " to'   Sechelt  Peninsula   Council,   Delegates  representing[ Sechelt at Coun-.?  cil meetirigs are Mrs. B.  Sim i  and Mrs.. C. -?Lucken.  OIL HEATER  J.V. ���  That Wives you  ^OlRfCT RADIANT HEAT  /CIRCULAT8NG WARMTH  ing meals." The Royal Marines,  with their drillings, and Midnight Tatto at' Edinburough  Castle were two of the highlights. The Vancouver Band  did yery well. She has a ..lot'-;,  to tell when she returns. She \  was asking about a lot of her  friends here.    ��� ' -.v  :     " "yyi ������y<y:.K-        Gilfebns/B/cr  ,::  '.    .'.-.   il   .  CoIeffTian  floor Furnaces    -J.  J   .,  , These furnaces aire answer to home; heat-   "  ��     ing..' E^coridmicai and' large capacityJ? they #f��n#%i"  *     heat a five or six room house witrff ease. \y|l*|  lu  Clea^;and, odorless. 50.000 b.t.u. -Fr^fci"."... T*��H^  -.. ON  DISPLAY  Coleman  Splice  Heaters  '���-     These are ^he^world famous heatin?g units  '     which range from 32,000 to 50,000' b. t. u.  This is the answer.-, .$q- pour problei]gr. They  have been tried all over the worldf:,Miere  ..-,'..,  are no��e better aifc afiyp'rice. Frojo^.,.....  Coleman Warm  Air Furnace  ^|!^;i^his -new: fumace,,.do.es^away !wifch huge  ;;i? i;'^aist;;v^:Sachin^s^at,'"^ake up aalf the  . basei&n^:Easy to ihstali-aii'd use, jfhey are  faithful   andiwith 60,000 b.tu.   Rapacity,  ; gjuarahtefe ^ne-?^nd;i of   cold   rooW and  '���'   '"'fftMghty. halls, Priced to suit everifppeket.  The range from ...:;:'.;.. ���;... sf&r..::;:. y  ^jyyy  ^     .  Revolutionary  Valor Kerosene'Heaters  Mcfder^ascrtomorrow in designwand ?effi-,  ciency,   these  Talor Heators o^ate with  ;    kerosene  ahd^are the lafest iafveffieient,-  !    economical, room to room heater^. They are  up to date,? furniture, looking Raters that  need no stp^e? pipes.   Simply c4rry   them  into -ffi0i$$fo\ ��� light them ��� r���lax' iii;  ? .^:��� cfchi^rti;Standard Valors from'i$8;95 to-  CIRCULATES HEAT THROUGH ROOMS  -GIVES "HOT STOVr HEAT, T00I  ��� Beautiful Grille Cabinet!  ��� Duroplastic Finish!  ��� Automatic Fuel Control!  ��� Automatic Draft Contrail  ��� Low Flame-Fuel Saverl  ��� A REAL VALUEI    '  "ssfcjb  ^vjPec|^;,^ fHeat(?v:,>  Si^ly;pl|j^^|^e*..1b&^er type) heaters into &viiearest  l^gj&t"sdc��|t; an^iet heat instaMtl^ Radiant Heat isi now  here. "We ha?^e all the latest information. Call in and  learn aboufr this revolutionary method of heating your  entire, home or one room.  :OXK  Airtigitt Woedburning Heaters  18 - 22 - 24 - inch from  95  v\  * O JOHNNY COME TO HILO  O Johnny come to Hilo,  O wake her, O shake her, O shake  t tfyit girl zvuh the blue dress'on.  O Johnny come to Hilo, poor old man.  For over a century Lamb's Navy  has been the call of those who ���  know good rum. Smooth, and  mellow it is matured,, blended  and bottled in-Britain of the. finest.  Demerara Rums.  Lamb's Navy Hum  $ This advertisement is not published or  displayed by the Liquor Control Board or  by the Government of British Columbia.  . * An Old Sua Shanty ��*"  DOWN PAYMENT OF 5% - $2.50 FOR A $50.00 BOND, $5.00 FOR A  $100.00 BOND^ ETC-BALANCE IN EASY INSTALMENTS OVER A YEAR.  BUY YOUR BONDS TODAY ��� for cash or by instalments at your neighbourhood 8 of M branch  a>  WORKING WITH  CANADIANS  IN   EVERY  WALK  OF  LIFE SINCE  1817  Bank o?r Montreal  Gibsons Branch: THOMAS I ARSON,- Manager  Sechelt Sub-Agency; Open Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Port Mellon Sub-Agency; Open, Fridays.  -V; H;  , Dieas  --^r*l.'r-n-'fr��.��ji  M MG W* Ji^tCvT"'* ?-TZi-**i 1 ���j,-ani����>��n ������CtT^rsm.'^'^rr^ai''-  "��TR��  ^jctt��n5��toa^'��ijai^K��s?RK Wm. McFadden  Optometrist '  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   am. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Every day exeep.t Thurs.  Why go to Vancouver for  Ootical Service?  Hotel (tovenor  E. G. Baynes, Mgr.  'VANCOUVER'S  HOTEL  OP  DISTINCTION"  840 Howe PAcific 0141  Vancouver, B. C.  King Record Shop  Wide Selection- of Records  MAIL 0&DER  SPECIALISTS  6483 Fraser PR 1783  Vancouver, B.C.  Anchor Packing Co.  A complete'line of  Mechanical Packing  Catalogue on Request  831 Powell St. ��� HAst. 2915  ��� Vancouver, B. C^ ���  >-      *y������- -?-��� - V ���'-���^���" i\--: ���'������ ���  J. S. TUT Co.  ��t  99  Cuprinol  Wool & Fabric Preservative  $40 Richards     ���    MA 0491  ��� Vancouver, B. 0. ���  8&A Auto Glass Co.  ��� Specializing in ���  All forms of Auto Glass  1376 Seymour St.        PA 3952  Vancouver, B. C.     v  HASSANS'  Pender  Harbour,  B.C.  * .  The Old-Established  General Store  .  *  SUPPLYING FAMILIES,  FISHERMEN AND  CAMPS  Latest in Novelties and  Toys  FJSH   BUYERS  HOME GAS STATION  Mechanical  Refrigeration  Fresh Deliveries on Hand  Always  Steer For  HASSAN'S  LANDING  Midway South Shore  Thursday October 11 1951    The Coast News  a  nwmimwf]mttt*a��m***itB*m**M*iiMMm��**Mwmmnmu*wrm}  So controversial has become the hospital insurance scheme  that we if elt this release :f rom the B.C. Hospital Insurance Service may  help to clear up at  least one point, " should   hospital  insurance pay for chronic care?"  The answer to that question "~  is self-evident when the following points are remembered:  1. Hospital Insurance .Service is. at present designed for  acute care.   .  2. In certain areas there has  long been a shortage of acute  hospital beds.  3. While much has been accomplished to relieve this situation  (1,038 beds built since  1949),  construction  is  limited  |to  available funds.  4. Those funds originate  from community drives. Provincial revenue, and Federal  grants. .      ,  5. As ��� a -province, we can  only build as-much as we can  afford.  A hospital bed is very valuable to the premium-paying  public requiring acute treatment. No one denies that the  chronically ill need care, but  the treatment required is of  such nature that it can usually  be given in institutions other  than acute hospitals ��� institutions such as nursing homes  and private hospitals. Another  way of looking at the problem.:  if the Hospital Insurance Service paid for chronic care and  thereby encouraged the chronically ill' to use acute hospital  beds, just where would those  of us requiring acute care go?  A nursing home or; similar institution is not equipped to  give the specialized treatment  we must have, if we,.are to survive. It is imperative therefore  that acute hospital beds be  made available to us. Chronic  illnesses do not require acute  treatment, they can be treated  adequately in the other institutions.  Acute or Chronic?  Many of the illnesses we experience are prone at one time  or another to lapse into a  chronic stage. The problem  f acin g Hospital Insurance  Service is centred around the  the time an acute illness becomes a chronic condition. We  have already di^ussed the  need for reserving hospital  beds for acute care. Therefore,  can it be denied that in the  interest of everyone concerned,  the doctors, the hospital,. and  Hospital Insurance Service  must cooperate in making the  decision as to where the acute  stage .ends and the chronic begins. It;: affects this Service inasmuch as Hospital Insurance  Service does not pay. for chronic treatment.?     .  Much . critisistti has been  levelled at the method of  determining whether or not a  ease is acute or chronic.^hospital Insurance Service ?gives  the term, "acute" the widest  possible interpretation in deciding whether a condition is  acute or chronic by saying  that when a patient requires  treatment normally given only  in a general hospital his case  is acute.  How Do Hospitals and  Doctors Work with H.I.S?  The hospitals advise Hospital Insurance Service of what  ailment a patient is suffering  at the time of admission. If  the diagnosis shows a possible  chronic condition, the hospital  is advised how len<? Hospital  Insura-ice Service will pay the  account. It is \he responsibility  of the hospital to  inform the  doctor, patient, relatives, or  other responsible parties of the  length of Hospital Insurance  Service coverage. If further  evidence is forwarded to show  that the patient is, in fact, an  acute case and requires treatment only available in an  acute hospital, Hospital Insurance Service will, accept responsibility. If further evidence is not submitted within  a reasonable 'time* it is presumed that the patient is  chronic.  Supper Will Be  P-TA Social  Event  SECHELT. ��� A harvest  supper and dance will be first  social event planned by the  P-T.A., according to information issued by Chairman Ben  Lang. v  Ladies of thei group will  provide the supper which is  slated to be of the^best. Money  raised in this fashion will go  toward buying equipment and  material for courses and studies planned by thej'jAssociation.  Supper will be*| served at  6:30, Friday, in -the Legion  Hall. ii;    '  Dancing    will *. commence  around 9 or 9.30.   ���?:  .''  ��� " '    il  Approximately   Vk   Cords      $7'50  Sawdust Per Load gg  CHELT CARTA  Phone Sechelt 97 H or 60  ���oiminiiwii��nii��iiiitM��ininiwn��iMniMMWinwiinwi  BLACK  BALL  CAR  FERRY  GIBSONS 10  HORSESHOE BAY  M.V. "Quillayute" ��� 5 round trips daily  SCHEDULE AND RATES  FOR THE VERY  ....}', t ,-i  -.--'.    i:y  HARDWARE  CHINA and DKYGOODS  GROCERIES ��� DRUGS  FISHING SUPPLES  HOME ESSENTIALS  MURDOCK'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  Leave Gibsons:  7:00 a.m.  10:00 a.m.  1:00 p.m.  4:00 p.m.  7:00 p.m.  gt  Leave Horseshoe Bay:  8:30 a.m.  11:30 a.m.  2:30 p.m.       ?   (  5:30 p.m.  8:30 p.m. ,   ,  Fares: Adult   $1.00 each way ��� $1.80 return  Children ��� .50 each way ���. .90 return  AUTOMOBILES $3.00 EACH WAY  (Exclusive of Driver)  CONTINUOUS  LUNCH  COUNTER  SERVICE  BLACK BALL FERRIES LTD.  ��� Whytecliffe 3681 ���  Ipftli  ���>x*x*>>Xv>k,>>>H'  MEN WHO THINK OF  TOMQRROW PRACTICE  MODERATION  TODAY  mm*mmm��  r-  ?%<i  ^  HOUSE OF  y-  This advertisement is not published" or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  WANTED to  PURCHASE  Standing Timber -  - Any size  Immediate Cash  Payment  SUCRE LUMBER Co'  (Mill at Gihsons,  B. C.)  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