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 9  TOtttWFift-? B^ c'  , :   Just /Fine/Food  DANNY'S  DINING   ROOM  Phone Gibsons 140  kttOBSSSXnOBBBi  ?/     SERVING  THE  GROWING  SUNSHINE COAST  Published in Gibsons, B.C. Volume 12, Number 4, January 23,   1958.  CHIMNEY & OIL STOVES  SERVICED  .V.    i..;i    --. :'i   J-J'--~^--'  GIBSONS 177K^  Commissioner C. P. Ballentine  as vice-chairman of the Centennial committee for Gibsons district presented the Village Coin-  mission/ Tuesday night whUi a  IVz ? fife. Centennial flag to be  flown on specif occasions.  The flag/is made of nylon and  will be flown from a pole erected aib the Municipal;Hall. Mr.'  Ballentine also proposed a mo-,  tibn that the Commission grant  the Centennial committee $200  to help purchased-the land proposed- for a recreation centre.  The motion; carried.  The ?jeoh^  plication from six men for the  position of village maintenance  man. The six applications were  Funnell is  board head  Trustees of SchooJL District No."  46 at theif first meeting of 1958,  ,  re-elected     Mr. A?' Funnell '\'"' as  chairman for the- current year.  G. O-. Fahrni wa?wej^ted.-Vice^.  ��� Chairman. . ,./.,.yy  Committees were appointed as  follows/- the  first /named; being/  chairman of the conuhittee:  Finance/personnel   and'salaryy Gr.Ol  Fahnii and Mrs. J. Swan; transportation,    N.. Hough,y Mrs.?;<V'  Ritchie, N. ��� Franklin and Mrs? Ry  Donley; publicity, G/"6   Fahrni-  grounds, N. Hough and N.. Frank:  En;.?'.' buildings;? halls an& audP/  toriums, N? Franklin, N. Hougjh/;  and ?Mrs;vRv ttohley. :-^ ?���, :.f////  ,   B.':W.-M. Bone" was: named auct v:  itor.? -; ,'-i;?. yyyir::.::y^yyyyy^  Meetings    of   principals;;/?-andjf|  reprffiehta'tivesy'���'$'#$& ^alr^Sdy?^  been held;at each school prepar- "  ing //estimates ?of��� operating re^; ?  quirements of each area, ^i01^   ,  is     presently underway iriCtjibfr  board office consolidating the in-.v  formation to "formulate the budget requirements for the. school  district, The fmahzed/budget,��� is;/,  later /formally approved by the  ratepayers  through  their  repre-  sentaitaves before presentation to  the department of education.  When the 1957 expenditure in  this school district totalled $518,-  175 education is a local '"industry" and helps the local economy-  considered and one application  was selected for further -inter-:  view. .'��� ;,';������������.-.;. .~'??������/..?.; ?<:���,,..?.  A    B.C.  Electric contract for  street lighting was presented by  Bob    Normingtoh,    B.C. district  manager f or discussibnand it was  scrutmized~carefully by the /commissioners   with   suggestions be- ���  ing made for improvements. The  commission ?settled   .the- point  thab location of B.C. Power Commission lights were not fixtures  and would be moved,by B.CE.  to    obtain   the , best use of %1<  Street iHghiting; The present/sys-?  terii covers 45 lamps;   ?'     /   ?;  Accounts totalling $279.43 of  which $186.75 was for roads and  $92.68 was general expense were  ordered paid.      ''���>    ��� %'���'  :���: '>A building permit for a-$5,000  four room dwelling for W. D.  and J. D. Scott on.Lot.22, Block  2, Sub., 17-19, Disitrict lot 686.  The Fall Fair committee request for a grant passed quickly  \yith the commissioners voting  $25, the same as last year, towards this yearns fair.  . Recalling? that a child had  been injured by being swirled  through?? open culverts in Vancouver? area?a:> letter irom Mirs.  A? S/ Traerifen iuirged thaf the  culvenb? at Fletcher and Rocky  roadf be guarded against such-an  accident. This the commissioners decided to do. "  ..? Letters :'. from G. Dobie. Mrs?  A- S. Trueman,' William R. Sneddon,, and M: E. Telford complained}/ 'about ^property at Bay and ,  Headlands, a residential area,  ?^as{.-'^bej|ing-:;-used- commercially.  : Thj^e^hsing the property will be  ^rn^dia^uib their position.     v  fT-Wi-*'.  is reviv  Bert C��l��  is buried  Herbert Arthur Cole of Hopkins Landing passed away in  iShaughnessy Hospital on Jan.  17 after .a lengthy illness. Mr.  Cole came to Gibsons, in 1941  and has lived here since.  He was born in England in  1883 and when the First World '  War broke out joined- "the  Gloucestershire Hussars and*  served with them in Elgypt. He.  could tell many a stirring tale  of events there during the trying days of the war.  After the war ended he moved to Canada in 1921 and farmed at Renown, Sask. for a number of years where he exper-  ieced the many vicissitudes of  farming , on the / prairies. In  1941 he moved to the west  coast and from Vancouver decided to settle at Gibsons.  'Mr. Cole until a few months  ago helped get out the Coast  News after it was printed on  Wednesdays by assisting in the  folding and mailing helping  Mr.. Fred Saunders in' getting  the paper to the post office  and stores on time. Mr. Cole  had done this work for several  years and took considerable  delight; in doing it.  He leaves his wife Ethel at  Hopkins Landing, a daughter,  Mrs. CA. McLedd of West  Vancouver and two grandsons.  The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon. Canon Oswald  officiated at the service in St.  Bartholomew's church, where  Mr. , Cole had done consider- i  able work as a church official.  Burial was made in the Soldier's plot at Seaview cemetery. r  Gibsons and? District Board ]  of Trade will, make a much '  broaderappeal ft*;'help" to.  wards obtaining va breakwater  for Gibsons harbour as the result of deliberations at a meeting Monday night when board  members" met in the Coast  News office.-" .-.���'.?  Itw.as-the monthly meeting  which had been called for the  Parish Hall but owing to there  being no heat available the  meeting transferred to the  Coast News office.  The board* will extend its  operations towards obtaining  a breakwater by writing organizations in the Vancouver area  who have an interest in shelters for ships/The. yacht clubs  and boards of trade will be ap-(.  proached for such support and��  members of the? Fishermen's  Union will approach shipping  organizations to get; their .support. At the-same :time there  will be a move towards obtaining letters.of support from all  possible organizations in and  around the community.  Board members; decided, owing to dinner meetings' causing  .such a heavy financial loss  due to members failing to show  up after a guarantee had been  set, that future meetings would  be held without dinner being  served which would reduce  costs to members and allow the  board to get back on its feet  financially.  Committee chairmen were  appointed and they are: Transportation. Bob Holden; Airport  Bob Ritchey; Tourism, William  McAfee; Publicity,. Fred Cruice  Municipal Affairs, James Stewart; Marine, Walt Nygren;  Centennial, Mr. McAfee; Membership, Rae Kruse and Water  District, WillFam Sutherland.  E.R. Boyce of B.C. Telephones who is taking another  post on Vancouver Island spoke  on behalf of the Associated  Boards of Trade .and also introduced his successor, B.F.  Abrams who is also a board of.  trade member. ..     .  B.F. Abram, whose appointment as commercial manager ;  for the North Shore district  was recently announced by  B.C._ Telephone Co. Mr. ;Abrahi  attended r Monday night's meeting of Gibsons and District ;  Board of Trade along with Mr.  [S.R. Boyce who now takes y  another post with B.C. Telephones. . ;  AirportM  1st meeting  ��� The airport management'?  committee; of the. airport at :  Wilson Creek^. j ointly control: /  led by the villages of Sechelt f  and Gibsons held its first meeting recently. Members of the /  committee, Capt. S. Dawe, rep- ���  resenting Sechelt; R.C, Ritchey /  representing the Elphinstone /  Aero Clubhand? H.E. WUson./?  rep^esehtihgyGTitosoris appoint /  ed the following officers -for?./  1958: Chairman, Capt. Dawe;?-v  secretary, R.C. Ritchey; opera; ??  tions manager, H.E. Wilson/v/ ?  The necessary > brief .to .be .  presented to the Department  of Transport in Ottawa" for ?a ?  grant-in-aid to bring the pres-, ?  eht field into liceiasible cpndi- /  tibn will?soon?be bbmple^ted.//  Many fine" letters' of'\ support: ?|  have been reeeiyed &bnV?lead- ^  ers on the Sunshine' Coast:���".���: .  Every support is being given ���?,'  to the effort by^^prpyincial, ?  and federal  gbverhniehts arid -r  both   the  provincial  membei',  Tony Gargrave and the federal  member,   James   Sinclair   are  doing   their utmost   to assist.  The actual control of the  lands required for the. airport i  is now in the stage of fihaliz-  ation ��� by. the department. of  lands. All necessary routine  work is completed and it only  remains  for  official  approval  Thereis no doubt the airport  will be of great benefit to all  on the Sunshine Coast. It will  provide an emergency landing  field for ambulance, planes for  disaster and accident relief*  for those who need immediate  transfer to a hospital. It being  fog free will provide an emergency landing field for all  small and medium sized aircraft. It will be of great assistance' to government planes,  RCM.'?, forestry, air rescue,  fisheries, private, planes, tour-  - ists and private industry.  Owing to sickness ?af-  feoiing -the ~ staff some  items of news hav�� been  left over fox use next  week.  SPECIAL TICKETS  ' Overture   Concerts   announces special guest tickets for association members will- be -available  for  the   Stecher-Horo-  witz piano  duo   concert  Feb.  7 at 8 p.m?"m;te  auditorium. These^'tickets itiust ?  be^purchased: in advance, and,  will be available at a,student  rate and at a onertime, attend-  aixce rate for others. -  A ray of hope has appeared in the strike situation.  A meeting is underway  m Hotel Georgia, Vancouver  of delegates from all affected unions and it would appear that definite steps are  being taken towards initiating negotiations for a. settlement.  This is the first meeting  of this size and importance  that has been held since the  strike started, according to  information gathered by the  Coast News and the meeting  must be regarded of high  importance at this stage of  the strike . situation.  It is quite possible that by  the time this publication is  in the hands of its readers  that negotiations may be  well underway fotf a settlement or the. strike could be  settled.  1 By Jack Mayne  ��� Article 2  .1 1894 Bert Whitaker, together with his father and other  riiembers of the family including Ron Whitaker, who recently owned the Sea,Breeze Motel at Wilson Creek, started  summer vacations to? Porpoise  Bay, the whole family staying  all summer.  '/Later. they became: niore interested in the Sechelt side and  Ron Whitaker r em-embers  when he was about, four years  of age coming to Sechelt on the  old "Comox" one of the/three  original/' Union Steamships'  boats. There was no wharf at  Sechelt and a small skiff came  out to meet them and take  them ashore with baggage.  The baggage would be transferred to a home made cart  with two rings of a fir tree  as wheels and a horse pulling  the home made cart over a .  trail five feet wide from Se-  , chelt to Porpoise Bay, a real  rocky road to Dublin. . ��� :.  At Porpoise Bay we waded'  out over the mud flats to a  canoe, baggage and all and-an  old  Indian would paddle for  37 replies  re  Roberts Creek Improvement  Association has received 38,  replies from the 62 letters sent  to all MLA's asking their support in getting the road  through Squamish finished and  also to protest the raise in  trucking rates. Completion of  the road through Squamish  would open iip the Peninsula  and bring in many tourists.-  The replies from 37 MLA's.  are encouraging and the association   urges   all  to   continue  agitation. The secretary is Mrs.  J. Monrufet, Roberts Creek.  FAIR MEETING  ,  There will be a meeting of  the   Fair   Committee   Monday  evening at 8 o'clock in the Parish Hall.  BOTTLE DRIVE  Two in one could well be the  name given to a bottle drive  being staged by 1st Wilson  Creek Cubs and Scouts,- January 25, 10 a.m.  Citizens of Sechelt, Wilson  Creek and Selma Park can do  themselves a favor by placing  all empty beer and pop bottles  where the boys can see and  pick .them  up. According  to  Jack MacLeod, regional member of the district council, the  money   from   this   drive,   the  first under their new leader,  Corooral Peter Payne,  of tb-=;  RCMP, will be used by the cub  group in furthering their expansion program \  /The monthly/ meeting of Gib-  s<|ns Landing; Elementary PTA  Monday, Jan. 13 with the 'pres-  idient, Mrs.   E:   Inglis  in  the  chair,  learned  the pre-school  ::s^y:eyyrimv-_ being  taken: has,  niade gqad^prbgressV^bme^c^  massing is  being done ^ to  ob-;  tain the names of future school:  pupils.   The   PTA   Committee  will now try to get any names  that  might   have   been   over/  looked.   The honor class yvas  Division 5, Mrs, Phyllis H6^ps, "  teacher.       .   . ^  Mr. Birk and Mr./ Finlay' of  Gibsons Kinsmen C4ub/? slforwect  an excellent film *'On the Road  Home" which dealt with the  rehabilitation- of polio victims.  Mr? Finlay told of the' mipor-.  tant services done by the Kinsmen Clubs, arid the necessity ?  of having a "good turn-out in  connection, .with the Mothers'  March to be held^in the near  future.  A panel discussion, excellently presented, had as panel  members, Mrs? Trueman, Mrs.  Summers, Mr. Malyea and Mr.  Oviatt, with Mr. Rudolph acting as moderator. On the -first  question "Are parents as interested in children today as  they were yesterday," Mrs.  Trueman felt With the change  of social and economic life the  whole way of life has vastly  changed,- therefore the problems of parents have chaged.  She pointed out that in many  ways things generally have im-  Bishop dedicates  church pews  Approximately 150" attended  the St. Bartholontew's Angli-".  can Church last Sunday when  the Rt. Rev. Godfrey Gower,  Bishop of New Westminster  dedicated the pews in the  church and the Lychgate at  the entrance to the church.  . The Lychgate is a memorial  to the late John Dolley of this  parish.  In his address, the bishop'  welcomed the DeMolay boys  the officers of which organization attended in their official  robes. Referring to the symbol  of his own robes he said he was  very happy to see the young  men wearing the robes of their  office which signified, by the  emblems -on them that they  were not afraid to declare their  faith in Christianity.  survey  pupils  CEMETERY  MEETING  There will be a public meeting for reorganization of the  Cemetery Board, Friday. Jan.  24 at 8 p.m. in the Parish Hall.  proved. ./ there. are, facilities^:  such as PTA, health/programs  interest in? adequate education  for allj; and// the physical ^as-^  pects of schools which are now  considered in relation to the  :.;���".��� Mrs.   Summers:-':#��reed  but  felt that the children of today,  .are not given enough responsibility to go out into the world.  She thought children, do not  respect parents today'; as; they   ���  formerly did/ It was Mr: Ovi-  att's opinion the jparents  generally   indulge their  children  to compensate 'for tiriielost^in-  personal   contact   with   them.  Mr. Malyea//said; that, he. felt,  parents  bccasioriallly / tend Ito  neglect such things  as length  of time for/hatching. TV arid  adequacy of clothing.  On the next question "Does  the working mother of today  manage to give enough attention to her children," Mr. Malyea felt there was not enough  6ompanionship with " children  when both parents were working! Mrs. Summers said it depended on the type of mother;  that working -mothers heed to' .  arrange to give a' certain  amount of time to the children.  Mr. Oyiatt felt that a working  mother, brings home tension  and tiredness, and he' pointed ���  ouf that children are verv susceptible to tension and therefore the children would suffer.  Mrs. Trueman pointed out that  a working mother often hrings  a fresh outlook to the children, but jhe did agree that  the co-ooeration of Hip father  and older children in the family was needed to assist the  working mother. *  The third question' "Are the  children likely to be secondary  to their parents' pleasures in  the day and age in which we  live," was answered affirmatively by the men panelists and  negatively by the ladies.^ Mrs.  Summers felt that a great, rium-  ber of parents give up'pleasures to their children. Mr. Malyea' said that some modern  teenagers seldom think of helping with any extra work. Mrs.  Trueman was of the opinion  that by and large most parents  watch and treat children at  least as equals.... she agreed  that parents need some pleas*,  ure with adult groups apart  from children.  The next PTA meeting  6�� *  the Elementary School will be?  held on Feb. 10 in the School  Hall. Mrs. MacDonald, provincial   president   of . the   PTA  Council will speak  oh "PTA .  looks at Education." This is a  challenging  topic Which  concerns every parent. Mrs. Mac-  Donald is an interesting speaker, and it is hoped all parents  will attend this meeting.  destination. It *was considered .  the one-and-half miles to our  quite a journey in those days  and I can quite understand it. -  Ron .sgys he thinks T.J.  (Johnny) Cook was the only  other white settler located at  Sechelt in the early 90's and "  says Mrs. Sam Dawe was the  first white child in Sechelt.  Mrs. Sam Dawe still lives in  Sechelt with.her husband, Captain Sammy.  Johnny  Cook; has   a lovely  home on the point next to the?  Fleck house, now Charlie Mc-  Dermid's place. The writer has  been in the   old house many,  many times and it was a pleasure to see Mr. Cook who was  always so interesting and could  always  give  you   some   good  stories.  Johnny was and still  is a justice of the peace and he :_  used? ^b have his court rodm in  the house and the few cases in  those days would be* tried be-'*  fore T:J- Cook,?J.<F,  Johnny was ' also a sailor,,  having been on the old C.P.R.  Einpresses^ ? apid^ J Ja.eU?X$xjQ$��:  still has "one room in .the house ;  devoted to souvenirs from'tbe-  old Empress of Japan. I know  he did have the whble of the  liquor bar transferred to his  home froiri the old Empress of  Japan and it's a beautiful piece  of work. Johnny; is still going  strong and I believe he is  around 95 or 96 years of age.,  May he have lots more years.  .* The first'hotel built by Bert  Whitaker in Sechelt was in ���  1903. It was a handsoriie building of sonie 20'rooms' and" four  "years later another 20 rooms  were added to the structure.  By! this time Sechelt was the  popular suhuner resort of the  elite from Vancouver and they  came each year for holidays  and had practically the same  rooms in the, hotel each year.  They would reserve the rooms  for. the next, year when leaving/after summer vacations so  the hotel 'was booked solid  each year. ,  This splendid hotel ,burned  to the ground in 1913. It stood  where the totem poles once  stood on the waterfront just  before you reach the movie  theatre. The then General  Store, three stories high and  the fourth store to be built was  converted to a hotel and the  present Union S.S. store (now  closed) was built.  50 Mothers  Approximatey 50 mothers in  the Gibsons, Port Mellon and  Roberts Creek areas will go  out in force Saturday. Feb. 1  to raise funds for the B.C.  Child Care and Polio Fund.  The goal this year has been  set at $2,000.  . The Kinsmen Club of Gibsons and District are sponsoring the campaign and are very  hopeful that this amount will  be raised judging -from the  number of mothers who have  already volunteered for the  drive.  ,-'���A meeting with the Elphin-  stdne PTA of Gibsons has been  arranged for Monday, Jan. 27  and all those interested in go-  : ing out for the campaign are  welcome to attend.  Representatives of the Kinsmen Club, Bill Laing and Joe  Bourque who are responsible  for the drive, together with  all club members urge you to  contribute to this worthy cause $  2    Coast News, Jan. 23, 1958.  -j&AC-VHSisKS'aJM-*-***'     AJ�� ��� ABC  (BY H.c.s.r ?  ������m  M  wei^iPlacfKi on ci narrow le^ge^ * him driving down  He;^Id'nQ beer, all ^rd'^ufM   in/,J"~'" -i&,i~- ���'j]  many  first pas-  ittook mesbpck-,t0v  trips I made; on the  senger boats 'they :M  These Were the first ���_.Cassler-  and the first Comox. The Cas:  sier was the largest, being  about twice the size of the old  Capilano that used to come  here, while? the Comox was a  little/smaller. .-.,/-  The Cassier; was a; coal hulk  when they bought her and they  deck on her  fe      **  Box im Gibsons, BiC, Phone 45?Q ;H<^,  FRED CRUICE, Editor and Publisher  Member B.C. Weekly Newspapers Advertising Bureau  1 Vancouver office, 5J98 Hornby St., Phone MArine 4742  Member'Canadian Weekly Newspapers Association  and the TB.C. division of C.^.Njfe  ;   Authorized Second Class Mail, Post Office Department, Ottawa.;  Rates of Subscription: 12 mos., 2.50; 6 mos., $1.50; 3 irios.^ $1.00:  United States and Foreign, $3.00 per year. 5c per copy.   -:���?���' . "���������'���:���-���:���������r��������� : ��� ���������������������- ���   when 1  -        ��.   ' ..''-:,.- m    :' put a cedar top  A few pungent quips    ��333533=  Because there appears to be some activity looriiing in con-   the ,dining room,. Meals were  nection with the strike of pulp mill wbrkefs, the e^itbHal con- ^ix'fbits^ and berths a dollar a  ceradng the strike which was to have been used this week was    niglit.  put to one side; /  The activity 'suggested4 a possible .back-to^woTk mbyement  based ori the various sigrisvvisible. It rhigrit ta^e a' fevfr days ��o  bring .the matter to a head. If so it might be wise to let some issuesremain dormant hi trie Hopes tha't all will bV settled shortly.  To fill the space' left (Vacant by the omission of the strike  editorial, here are sortie qufps gathered frbxft blotters serit but by  National Paper C3obds Limiteid. They dpi rit^ke exceilerit reading:  Work ��� an old-fashioned way Pf niakirig a living.  .....���������������       ....... ^  i ,/Cato said,��� I had rather men should ask why my statue  is not set up, than why it is.  Any person who wishes to live a quiet, peaceful and, un-;  eventful life has just picked the wrong time to live.  Hats off to the past ��� Coats off to the future!  Never doubt your wife's, judgement  ���  Look  who  she  MilKons of laws:���Bu't no improvement brithe Ten Cbitt-  maridmeritsl*  A bachelor:? A riiarit who is foat-lbose aridi family free!  There's, nothing like at first horse-back nd6 to make you  feel better off/ ���?'/"-���/  The #3$? some people drive- cars yo-u ^'ould &iruc they.  owJh��^ them! / "���'  ' ..  Spin**cause- happiness wherever they go ----' dthCTS whenever they go.  The Straight? and. narrow path' rnight riot; b& so. narrpw i��  nior^ ^^pleytrodh.      '   ?   .'/.'?' -.       .,'    .,.   ,    ���   ,���?,/--������  What this cQimtryv heeds is iriore free speech: ���^ w<Jrth'  listening, tot . -  Iri) Wutb^ wW leatfrif In? Age-we understand.  &6hie/\#6&^ spick, if they had less? spirt;  Diettin^* is; the tri.umphf ofi the mind over -platter.   ,. ��� .  il|^d^e:-ag4vis^.w:h'en'y6urs'tarti eating what is good for yb&  /'o^^n^t'^-ln^e^ /  Budget problem; Having? tofr mtfcii! nVorit# leiEt oyer at  th^e^bf'tne rrioney/:; ���      ���'';-; .   ���"''.';. "'/?";.���''  ..//',,���.: ���/��� ;>.'.���  The best w^ to' cure a spoiled ch/iftt is ^/spai^ingVite;  gramiparents; ;  ���;,'���;���.���  ''������-,-  .-;;', "-;-������;   ''���������['   :'-'-' -     ���-���-���-���-������y-\< ^|^.vw>-.:-.;';-^,;.,)-|j,r,.;TC<- . ;  ^f    When' th^^llniort Steamship  ^Co. decided-mquMiassenger        Tp   b^s1^ would fiunfl ug;  faring  Mservice to  th^normerrf coast  They-would be going out ^to  the we^t end to work on the  laneS;  the men had leg irons  ��� on and   a  big ^G^on^ their  t#r#6va St."cOatgr-WeU, sp n\^f^|r the  'ffie Caster ca^ain wa"s' Tall  CHa^rleV Mobd'y   arid   the M?6' ���  ". pursers were: Mr. Chichr:apd:  Bob Bryce. Both were on. the  Chehalis when h'it^by the ^rin-  cefs" "v*i6t6ffa iri! the first Nar-  ro^ JW ly06: Mr; Cttick; lari  Atrstfaiiarii Avas drowned^ but  Bo>b4>Bryce'was' saved: There;is1  a monumenti iri Stariley Pa^fc  with the names of all those  that were drowned. This was  erected: toy Mr. Benwell ^hose  son: was among the. drowned.  Mr. Bfenwell was iri the liquor  business ori Cabbie 'St.: kStovs^ri  at Benwell Pert and CO.  The Comox captain was Mr/  Barlett while the  purser_was  Chantey Cbiweiiv and she brily  ha-di fivfe berths; The  Cassier  ��� ra4 yv& as^ia* at- Vt Har^y;  - whife.itiid^ Goinbsr fan- as fa^ i��\  Shbal Channel: sn�� Letftfy  Ch^rin-ffk Thfe Cassier left MonV  day night at 6? prt�� white the;  Coriibx; Set $ tit the mer riirig af  '���   9 a.m. ������"������>���  Most: of? the passengers Wbr?e  loggers} tb?" best o�� the> bu^ch'  and/ real? he- nieri. In those, days  ��� they/ tod.to^padi^ their bindle^  (idLanketsi and: w^ei* ?ia> ;t^owrt)  ?  niiost oif ^tem. staged at^^ Totrittiy  Roberts' Grand Hotel on Water  bt. near carrall. On boat daytf  the boysf* would? bevleaying/ the*;  lypie^ just beibrer 0 ' p?mv arid  Ted'djy a^ ask him ^op'afi.j.u^' :'T>ere,' ���-.-> ���������--���  arid?*' they":.: would a|l gath/er driving across tow^mt he had^f-,tiq ,-..-.  .r^und;th^.little bar, sometimes a pair of fine Ken^^y^ horses,1���'*'^<^ -^  ah - a��gument "would- start and a closed carriage ^Sdl .^jj^oach-  this very Often led tb a fight, riiari. This was Be3ci^/|^>gers,  Teddy would close up the bar drivihg to the1 sugar refinery. LAND ACT  and drive they away. I knew the coachman. His NOTICE OF INTENTION TO,.  'itt-;'^^:i'M:^^-''&^d-': narrie was Griee^ :/ ,v: // A'Pl^Y TO? PURCHASE .LAN$  v^^M^^^^Mk^:^B^:^^^ There was a^yanMt^ r^xy iS.^Md Mcdt'ditig MStricr^f  wliait^- did;.-tfie: :^Ci6SternWym: I knew but he drbve the" other Vancouver approximate!^ ... V^  NoSh iSarbiiM'.' s^y . tb; the way, one^^horse wagbn with mil^'from EgriHont along Egfritflit  "Gb^erri^r o* Sbuib? Carbiiri/a" long seats; fh^ was ^iler/# Ro^te" {-;;,-Z': ^?iv-/i> <yy  aMTMdWMMAMbm^ Grady; and the cham g^rig; . .L.$ME M<|p^:tl^#phaja  a&ffia^iiMeftM ��� "'.:;'?'?- ���-"���' '.������ '"??������" " ' ; Emerson t Griffith of -Egmont,  _.^^/-iriiiv^-.i.-^>i . *iL^',-^:i., i*��,^ -7��� ���������^���    3^.,- occupation fishing iatetids  :,,    to/ apply tfpr pprmj^i^tji^to;. puri  itg    chase   the   following^.described  l��iias:~    "      '-'?'-/,'.;v*';''?:''-;i.;? .  Coinite^clhg^ a%?a^iiQ^^nt#  <ir'   STANDJ^G   ^^^^^^^ff^S^  4762 ��� thence^ lcs^uth^^to ,;���**-  yo^?w'buid?r heel*;;th/k: "cr^? ��fr  ar6l^^^^t?bJi{^���<���)SiSi^]'#���to^^?���  bo/ysj; b?a;rv i!^ opbri^ -bjbys;^: iEy^^  ph/w^; M&, stolid Ut: the bb^  weW^iyi^ey 'gift  T?rier& were? iriari^. .hotel^^'bn;';  WaiM(^yaWm��::lM- :iiM^M:  th0;:'pM^.^J-'-4^ffi^.:i��BOptf:  Rt ���'" ��� - Road thei^^  tfieficrwhti&tmi B8of'^ i��%  gM|p ro"��ian t^r eiasf tfeWlffle of  Mi :47j6^;;tiienc��?Mi^ aldiig^alorfe-  ���s Jr hne:>.(^/jpfohit^bi;;cb3nme-'J'~t  POLES   A  oriTth^Mu^:'^i��''thlte-w^'th^ -           -. ^���v T*?^111�� n^..'a3^?jc!ntai^  Alhambra Hotel; Grand'Hotel,     1593 WestdVer^^ Rd., North Vsuii.    n^b^ or^/less; ?    :,?    ,u^j    :>;,.-  .Ph.. Yori^ 89S�� v:     lari^ i^r^u^e^^Kbn^f^  Royal ?HqteI; the Garter :HpUse  arid?the Gold House; while'ori j-.-r.        ,.     ..,  ^.^^^r,    ^,^-        ~-��� .*.����. t  the north side there were only    or Write.CoastJSfewsx--. Bo*500;       ^ ^ W^am^imffl^ofivGriffith;  twp^buildings. These were. the  SUnnyside j-* Hotel r arid Mar-  shall's Mvery Stable;  The- loggerr.ail liked to staty  at   the   Grand  Hotel^ run  by ���  Tommy Roberts: He lived ihj  the West End and I ofteri sa#  Dated Dec 14h 1057t  "���*�����.-  ���i���aih^^lirlilitMilll li iliii in >'./  S-T^T*^ ITvtfr���ZZ  very o-iten  oj:   obuies,  packing  one   for  a   couple.  tlte toqyjs  ���&&���: m? cairip^".and-;bfl^ for ?tshe  bbftV Lnue di& they/knttw- tlie  cost: 6tiixte&Mv&^^ WbliaidP cbrnfe  oi^<teit:-.iiri?8fe.Bfify^ chi^rijtiei/.?;;*v  : wrifett; trier whistle; irie# w&  wpawi^nave^.a^/iUiil ^i^! ^S^-  wJ^.v^<;ni^s^jwn^vJ^l b^p?v'  nig'^-on^''^^ .  - go^:#?itai?: a^Va^*d/a^aJ^;bp%i  Albirta?  wteirilJfcsi G^dk&ltradi'  l&tWw'fiK^^'oaijpjiw^^ posgd?; by Srr> Fr^ri^^HirieKS/  *^-~'   '���"'   ���'-,   " v'    fot!fe^an#.e^i^;of1l1^^p^  on^. ^^^ni&^V'#^ Jp^'^  ve b^'Prhn'e?5   pou^��a;^r'cau^.bt:'t^:cc^-:;;'  ists. The  tne5:,pjH^Ee>;;,.-M. :.y-:v..v --,^j-i-'-  :.' .le^4^, ;^i ^:r^rjS&efeie|r|:.  Wi^.^rili^/na^vp^ie^ ,jp��jfc;^:.:  txieksbui||i/jd^t|^4?^ :  wa'i!' j0PUt- o /it? *'?''ni^rii%flaia^>  ^a^ #o^:of^^^s|p|eBj  iaiiJJjob; 'Was;, head^ steward* ana^  vamim^m'im:m:M &er  stairs? j;gr^-'*.��--  iie  'iv.tonf'  - -^:-# b^..ia^a^p^:  the; drinks.  ���1'iv-..��!li>  oufisitte  er, acvidist^it'ri  MiriWr?V^E:  stori'?; lielpA'  *r-^  ih  ed   ^   buildh Fort   MaxHepfi,   Na^-died; ^esertc    whejfe in 10751 W. bp^iedP: the-   Povet^? M. ai JSri|tari^ fishingv  fir^ca^periteFsh^iri5'Albert   vilh>g��i;   Ajrnpcrior;:; >;hawever;jr:  EJpaCATIONr RESEARCH :;::  oia' iikhiCiiiioniii Kfcaearcn: c6uh',-'  cil,' with^h^adb;ii^it^ ^tafe uxn-  versity    of  ���,-iUi.,  Hud^ri's Ray Cb/ aricb wprfeed1 the-real benefactor oflthptpWn  on  thVr cbristrUcifiPn  of b/idii^. ^.t^v^;;-^j,^;��� _^:��� liiiiiiiSMijiiii-' j"k;  ing^ at/R^kV MbuntoihVHb%se/ 2S S^ S^S^Sfcfc  aiS^F^rt/ ^(iiftcm;; lii^ if62' blared for l^ ^%<of a^ycle:  ��J.C.,,is a*rmou&ee&  of ediic  4-1 TM.  .-^i.'.  Such - a wpndfercWasrth^^ first:  bicycle/ in Cana^da'rthbught,; to  pf^ the council' aie' to-  promote ^esp?a^ch-,in> eaucatio^,  first\ frame house? dri the' Al  berta:  p>airies.   l^bu^t1- Glad--  m  storie-arid!Gladstone''Valley iriv   187S/:  the; MbritreaL Bicycle/  southwestern     Albert^    were  nani^d iri liis-honor'.  Whifch/ iowit * witsl f buttd^d? b^/  ihe last laird ofihe'-Clari Mt*.  Nab?  Arnprior, Ontario, had its  origin in the Bhobitious settlpv  ment project of Archibald Mc-<?  Nab, the last laird of the Clan  McNab. In 1823 he received a  grant of 1200 acres in the triangle of the Madawaska and  the Ottawa arid was placed in  charge of almost an entire town  ship for settlement? with Scottish", farmers. "The McNab"  concealed from the colonists  his exact status as a mere leader and gave the impression he  owned the township. He' set:  about to establish something  akin to the feudal,clan system.  He built his headquarters,  which he called Kinnel Lodge  after .his ancestral estate, on  .the site of Arnprior. Here he.  met two kinsmen, Andrew and:  George?: Buchanan, descendants1,  of John Buchanan; the firsts  Laird of, Arnpryor in/Scotland;.  The' three, pledged: eternals  friendship and named the: place  Arnprior. However j McNab  was soon quarrelling and feud--  ing with his kinsmen and the  colonists. He was  finally ex-  through the pruleip?^;. stfeeis-v   orgji&ciiiohg^ih; t^'p^yirice;:^  of M^ntreaL.In^that^me?y^^    xmite' av^labie. the; finhings//p|/-;  research' studies; deppsitted:. vviuit  the t^U��icil:?and^to/seek> and? dis-  tilbutfe fuiitds' forr educatioliai' research within the province?  Formation     of the  Club.wasv fprinedi. T/hej pldelsfc  national .��� sp/prt>> or^^^atipt^ irii  the country, the Canadian;  WheelmenW Assoei^th>ri) was  founded later iri 188& by' Dr..  F.W. Dpolfttle; pf.;Tpronto^^and::  othe^t enthusiasts...; It*;.cpntinues  to hbld^ annual Championship,  races:- v '- '���  m  council  is  the result of corisuitatioris whicrr';  have    taken place over the past  year. V  1/  ��^  rrr-<  UjaJutfe t**9'ei��t ��� ���'������  V-i;  r~ a.^.��.  ^?  *%  '��������� On a/r mai/, a/iocyi include  i .. ..j/. '     '���"    ' ''.  : '��� '_ ' ���   ' . '. ������" ��� "��� ; ���  {J? Your name and retcria attdrcw in  upper left corner.' .  @ Name; ��f persoa to whom: yon ore  0* Street eddrcsv. raral,' repte iram-  \;/b*t,.or. pott ���ffice box aomber.  U^-Name,of p��94 ��Gc�� (city, town or  4T-  .1'  Pravbico,   atats  and connsry;  (or  oqaivalenO  " ' 5Wf��i;  BROADV AIN MN0 TILE  i^#m6%rn/cpi^fs  ��� /in/s/tp^?.'--'  '���      _ :-i^^Tile-. .  bthW bl^!ttls, aM i^eii^s tb  choose  i  3rd GAUGE INLAID  only- 'H^'MiBi *!?�����*���  TIM sSide^ ani M&W oW  jy.J'AV, ^ .��� JL*.'-f-'J~:' "���'  Rental Basis  AR Typ����: of Floor FinfeheY  x?   './��� W:<ti&, .:;'���'��� "J  Bripg.Ydur Flooring  Prdble^:t6^US':':-  ' \ &*::-:��� ***-.':- Tj^*?*�� ���.'"���'?-��� * ij*T  m  n  )���:���:  a  %$:A<jj^iM jitPtlai  ���-.&*  h.  r-  liTD??  .   PHONE  GISSONS 5$  'V/^f^y*-."^.  U0'  ifi valuable  '?-':?rii5u^/|t^es Md.,s*2jiB��*,v-  is is why the advice of;  i&yovfci ?���...���������'. ,.:..,/./;///',  Consult with him on irtSurafe irititt^a.  ?o4 will ^e tl&ajgn ���o$jM;m8&#;>  '. *���*"���* ."*  t,  yai? ?**V*�� ,.^r?rj::  jr-7:��i, (���1*1. .-/W'L-i'-:  ;��.f /gasi-;^  MBMiMMiliaMMriMHtt  the fast brews in the world  660frmCarlJng'sl.<.  ^'i^Wimt (KC;)^l!��ltEff  PILSiENER   LACBft'SJEER  .        OLD   COUNTRY   AUE' .  UBC   BOHEMIAN   LAGER   BEER   -      4X   CREAM   STOUT  'ubtpeilishetJ or'displayed &y feUlauor GoMrsI fed er fee fiovefiwifint of British Cofutttbis1 \\  Coast News, Jan. 23, 1958.   3  g^iyilfS^^ championship" Bowling' on TV.  ^P^iilH'&W^Jia^^ _    "   ���--.-:-'..       . -  ^^^mmmmmmmmim ^r^..?.- ,���:  Laid aw mernoria  0^mm^^^Mimmm^%^: oblong and two matching    ���-����� ia?T ��ICI" VI mi  ij^^rja^;^B^^;K^ ' -    In memory  of the  late Jack  l^*|^^%fi&$^ , Laidlaw a sum of $34 was. dbriftt^  Sen|^n^^fc^^ ed by the Sechelt  Kinsmen to  ^ji^pl^ the Willow Street Chest Clime  %5$a��3JQ^to;v;-^  IVAME and ADDRESS.     \ p'KS|':|il^W'':--tj   ;-  ���H. Two FREE patterns as a gift to our readers--printe^d right in bur  Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book. Dozens,pf ^1^/designs you'll  wamit., tp,rprder....,^ytue^^lawm&ti your  home, gifj^bazaar Items;: Send ^^i^i0^j^:^py/^, this book  British ^Columbia fishermen about 25 percent of ,the total  are taking increasing advantage eligible boats in the Province,  of the Fishermen's Indemnity- '1 his number included 910 re-  plan, a federal government newals and 510 fishermen cover-  scheme of; insurance for small ed for the firsijj time in 1957.  and.; medium, type boats. T;otal value of boatscovered in  ��� According to ; a report issued B.C. by thefend c^ December was  by J Blake -A. Carirpbell,? Pacific ' ^6,800,000, ^an'/increase of $1,-  area Uiiinmistrato^/k;; the h|an; 766,OQ~Q,,oyer |the corresponding  tb/e njunber/pf 'fiMerriie^i Aoyer- date in 1956.  4- '^%;S>e scheme..last year y Compared with maritime prov-  >&&!&&:&: 1,4|5, representing s inces>;  British    Columbia is far  ahead    m coverage, for ���fishing"  .. boats    under , the?   government  =, plan? Of ifihe ;4,16& vessels valued  y^mhm'fw^^'^o^yp^^    at    $10,6^,000? covered for the  arid: rMr/;_;Q^r^ra;,3^<1^'-i;''staff:' rwbole /'c|:/ Qanadaw/B/G.^ 1413  v^ere;;^ boats are valued at a -little short  -Wa^^uS"/?otvinv' "jj;:y\- /:;/���   \ of $7,000,000.   -"���;���: : .,?  Next Tuesday guest speaker , 'Siiice' the inception of the'plan  will be" '&*?s; ^Heinpsfili of^ Port ii* 195|. nremiums collected have  ���^Ubn-:-'-rad/^'\s&^/^l^' I risen^ ?frpm^/ ^|8,600':W nearly  JJti^s^^^^^f^^^ * $MP8 :i"'tm&- feClaims paid  'courips!.-?''? ���':''. '-:\'.:'���/:*"-w,-.-vt''' -i " } by the gpyernmeht have risen  /S^jl^anis bowling iourn- ? correspondingly . o-  anieht^te the?itpip- 'interest - at / mit&& the year one major  presents'Captainr&yn Dai ; chang^ was made by the goyern-  vies and his team of'expert ': ^h^t^^W^^-ty-  bowlers has challenged the en- s t$0j$ "X$M, '$ -^es^ insur-  tire Kiwanis Club and it is a ���:������ ^le> ' ;^as/?increased "ff gin $7,/Q00  * ���_ ^.._i      xt. -JL- --Jti ���,..'������    ~--~ ���~~ '~^. ���        . pointed,; put  was-, mainly,  cost of fish-  CEeararece'! for; Spring Stock  lefties' Dresses & Coats  '////'/ ; - PHONE SJ$HgtT;5Mf Z:;: ' #::  in Vancouver.  A battery charger has been  donated also to the Sechelt Volunteer Fire Dept. by Kinsmen  Club  , ing" vessel coristructi&ri. - '���"- ~'!  ���  -..,.:   .. .:.-.,?���,   . ryj   rt.-y   _--;!*    ' :    '.      ' .  Guara h'teed ���.'���> ' W&tch &  f-lT.*-'.-1-''.'iT' .'-'"/"j "������':'���'.'-0 "'';o.-" f.  "'?'.  Jewelry Repairs  is* Jewelers  I^Eail Orders: Giyira? Prompt  '../..      .Attentiori ..  Work done: on; the Premises  Photte Seclielt 9^  -    -   -      -    -iririj    'iOi'M"'  STARTS  r^m^  no-.'  OFF  FOR  CASH  Odd Sizes & Broken Lines in  STYLE SHOES ��� BEDROOM SLIPPERS  Rubbers for Women & Children  SEE OUR WINDOW FOR SPECIALS  Wigard's Shoe Store  .  . v,-,/,,?   sIeCHELT 25-G     .  ^NV-^f.fM^;^- -t?  Cahfpraii^CJur^^raetic College  MON., WED., FRI^-I to 5 p^m  y    -. f��r:by;a!p^taie^;::;, -,,..,  OFFIJGE ^^rprvPhone  /: Residence 172-W/ Gibsons.  ROBERTS CREEK���Phone 220K  fVt.f...  -  SALES & SERVICE  TUNE trip   ���    GAS up  When You  s T o P  AT THE  V  FLETCHER   :..,.,. :-^,,.:~y.:y~yyi\  \ ��� -:  Gordon Lyons and son, Ken?  .nyo #ere? recent   visitJois' to  Vancouver. , ^i::i���. v ;���-. .^j' ��� /��� ���, ..9 \ ;���...  ' Duncan Cameron of ;Whiskey  Slough is spending a week in  Vancouver. ;.  Mrs. B. Birchall of Sinclair  Bas^isJri Vancouer ifpr^aifew  days; _������'? ."?  ? John MacDonald ^t>f Vancour  Service ^v-vStatlOir^^va^a^^ay :di^in^the w^ek.r;-?! ?  Mrs.. Eric c^vidspri><^-'6ar-.  denBay-s^ri1fc!^|Sues^  cbuver."-:/'r/A:' ;-?-^ ..���?-,���    ���'������. t[  ? Mf:; aria* Mrs? IC'1: Vaiighan  and family, of Efemorit, visited  Gard'pn. Bay during -the weekl  Mr. arid Mrs^'Rudolph-Ainr"  ,skold   ;o��; --Ijlprth'j:" Vancouypr  spent  the  New Year holidays  with Mrs! Amskold?s parents,  Mr. and Mrs. O. Kleven of Madeira tt��ark. ;  Gepi^e Kobinson who spent  the holidays  at  his home? ?in  Madeira?��Park has, returned to  Clpwhohn. Falls where he  1$  working.  M, Robertson of .Powell Ri-  ^Mk.          ^^a< ve^  spent the past week in  WFjkM^F%k        ^ffln^        Pender Harbour.  ������K ��� ��� ���   "   wJufWi Mrs. Carl Remmem of Gar-  WUr m ^pl   '    ^mUw ' .    den Bay was a recent visitor  to Vancouver. ?  John Daly and sons have returned to Garden Bay from a  week's skiing in the Cascade  ;Mpjmj^ins..^.,v.,:,...?'"- ��� ?-.,;  ? "Phil^^Crimmingg-;pf. Vancouver was; a : visitar:to" Garden  Bay.-.oil Tuesday. . "  - Mr.- and Mrs: Larson of Os-  good Creek, Jervis Inlet, w^re  NOT^^^____    Seeded?   tenders   for the cbri-v iftg  strocfciojfi pi a Rockfill Abutment ��� ��� -yrr"'"'  and Ga^avay at Pender Harbour, mm  B,C. .'.'.toffl    be raoeived'by the |f|Oa��rV   ^Sfn^tt  undmi^sd    up to 3 p.m. Pa- ' ��� ��SS^rr  eW,tfn  cific   ;^ndard   Time   January The   Toggery   iif-MSeehelt   is  ^fe/^imd <*pene?i ^"^P1^ Ju#erea��|ig a spririglfacelifthJg!"  be ��� obm��!; from! the Dii*rict\ ��d ��q> rn^ke more r^m for dis^  ForesWftf at    VanMuverT^^e-" PW ?nd| a' dresshi^ixaibide wjll  Ran����g?p Madeira 1^: R^pr, bfbuilt.f               ?/f   yiSI'v-'-  ;;:/;:  : fettoiPri-g^i^^^ ' ���^^bab^^v,? vv  m��3e days of the ^ateo'f open- ��� ft^ms- -r             |M\   . #'pigi :.--  ing tenl|b.-        -': r ��� '^"^Krf-^Mrs. I?ya Lyons |?/plarinml;^--  Ifen^s wfll not be ovasttesri <rip :;tw'Montreal fte the latest ?;.  posit ��iril0%-;��F the t��Hier is ������ ladies.             ^  M��w ihu- In tiM Orient. Tb*  58 Ford is the first car ever  tb. use the^ whole world as it*  t��et track.  ROUND-THE-WORLD WONDER  AT A DOWN-TO-EARTH PRICE  . . HERE'S never been a Ford fikethi�� ������������: steel'* beauty that matched the classical brings you Precifiion Fuel Induction ...  before! Just try it; One ride and you'll    perfection of Athena. Stand by to bo the most important V-8 improvement  wonder how such a fine ear^buldcofffesb . envied, whoni you drive the 58 Ford. in 25 years. Ydu get style plus economy  ��^Mx>st People guw y.8 P0wer.^rhe m^^w^F^d.And^  58,Ford price-yet, Fprd 9ells the k>w��t, ^$tfih jW^^ln^W T^nw'vmi4 * XotfXwJPovd bnce^with.every ounce of  priced car of the low price three.             .���:;��� �������������������,  newer in the worj  that wowed Pari  ���:;;..*  ��*���-��� .'i"^f (?% (".t-        ���'��������'     .        ":���..' ������. .���"',   '���'��������� .;���"���.������������ - ���.:     -���-    ���'���   ���'��� ��������;���������  ��3'. c7"  B3SBi?a��Eassa?^  ;;..'.f^r-;.iSSsS^iK  enclose^ ipayable to the o��3er d  trie JJi^ft^r <xf Fhxance for Bvit-  ish Ce^i^afeia,:,      ���'������������_"  .::&��.���  PANEL  Adea^^isfflassi<w^^^^tr*ja^  u-"^^^^ st^^^^^!^^^ia^^ 't-; "- ���  spphagred by the\  Aaso��daj|ion   "bi  i^^w*'*' ^i *** "**'  "' "     ;���>JQrm  1 w89T r m +  lie. MW^enrtHOTQ*-  K** *SaH>;. ..thceee?e^of,  SfceerLoj mV^naoisin ar<��  " virtually; ?t?8ei5����^Srt<i'. :'.  - gtyc you t��e-��Iaa^��tf Umb��  .)V��t*fct> ^^w:v��CBer<njg!-,, ...  "'""      ���IS/~~"  ���1-''"<l4('i��mftr**fc|����f'j*'" '������"9  ���T4Jjwl#r ��adh��ft-^��h�� wsw Fi��d Miltf-  cg�� Mak��-T3a,-~jiv*e yoa *^#,��pr^ of-  2��i����w��tf ar*��tul Ife w#rMI. ����e :   . -.., ,,.���.-,,���  . -  *h* nu��Ml 'JbuMh-  FoH^ *9 4M 4M^r bi era �����cyUnd^sr bsifiiw.  dfcat jp��t��i TjeoriiBtb Cittf *    I*��w impettved aodt de��igB<feib,orBtoir  :bea^ty.Th��hwky^p��t���eW', ^   provBe^&$$ter fuel-air. nlisingr for  ed frame i�� w^dw; braeod,  ���fwjd bowled to ftpisr^ift  .���...���;2S  ^cbhesiy. And now ^park  ^'6ii'^ui^'fii��l;'AU;this is  ��   'jwes hi thst m For^���t^o lowest  ;.n5rt,.;...ri^��S8asa  1Je��<Ms nwB!t rbe  B&/1 isleTbe'held lao. 30 at &3��  p.m itx the Cbristi^as S��al Afifiii-  ?-ip-',-j,"-,rf' .tx'^r'*'*^-*y'**y&'**"*���'-; **  Sig YOUR  ^:-E-:CF5'.ie;t".  DIALER    m��i&  <j^w^./��yy^^>>ig^^^w<^  ^m-.-lptv^geif,:- . . .vj.;-      . . .fields <?��.rae4i$%^.��r*f:��9,fc  _��t Ifoxesw,   ^^ ^hp,,oi.tfe.,uoitfects1..jsiich  ^Btttiaiassr/-  ��-  is. faddictioB, whiiat can result  &wri misuse.of thelwiis:^^0"'  ^jgg^gg^fiTgswg^^^sfwfy  Wpl  iiWMWI  tv.  !-,-j-ii'"i <;:-T  PliOne  S^chc^t "64- ��� ���  lllllMHMM. 4    Coast News, Jan. 23, 1953.  m* ii^M^^^M  BY MRS. M. NEWMAN  Roberts Creek's oldest pion-  eer^ Robert Stephen, celebrated his 89th birthday, Jan. 16.  Born in Boddam, on the east  coast of Scotland, Mr. Stephen  came to Canada in. 1887, making Winnipeg his first stop.  One day, about 1910, his  wanderings brought him to  Roberts Creek, and there he  found the home of his dreams.  The ,35 acres he bought on the  waterfront, to the east of the  present wharf, was p&rt of  the original Roberts land, Lot  809, and on it he built the/first  shiplap house, the lumber be*  THE HAPPY GANG  Eddi'e Allen is one of the Happy  Gang's earliest meriibers and  this, year starts his 20th year  with the show. In this composite you will seethe change thai  has taken place in the tenor during thajh time ��� from his first  . days as a budding young accordionist to his present status as  emcee of the show.  WINTER  I  I  Clearance Sale  Savings to 50  COATS ��� JACKETS ��� SLACKS  DRESSES ��� SKIRTS ��� SHIRTS  HATS ���- GLOVES ��� UNDERWEAR  ..-������..      .i        :..      - ���   . ��� ��� -  This is the SALE you've waited for  DON'T MISS   IT!  I  THRIFTS-  MM    MMMMH  For the  Stecher-Korowitz Concert  in the  HIGH  SCHOOL  AUDITORIUM  ing brought to the flpat,..and  the float poled to the beach for  unloading. Dave Leach and &  man by the nanie of Mclieish,  or McGreash as many called  his, took care of that job.  Mr. Stephen recalls vividly  the Creek as it was in those  days, the trouble in getting a  ��� school   for   the   district,   and  enough .children   to   warrant  one. He brought his bwn children   up from  Vancouver to  bring the roll call up to the  required   number.   When  the  school was moved, board by  board ,. to    ttte     Elphinstone  School' site, he returned them  to the city. The original school  was on Roberts'  property on  land back of the present Roberts Creek School and standing on the  bank  of  Roberts  Creek.  Will Roberts/ had cleared  land along the waterfront and  planted 50 fruit trees. There,  were, also two or three shake-  built houses, one of which  stood where the present Buller  house ���' is. This was burned  down one nights so. that a new  one could be ,bu?.lt there, with:  lumber imported from Vancouver, arid the job was done? by  Mr. Stephen.. A. man by the  name of Beasley of North Vancouver took over that property,  selling later'to Capt. Kingsley  also of Norih Vancouver, who  in turn .sold to Dr. Buller,  whose family still spend their  summers' here. Although the.  house has been modernized it  still commands the , original  view of the~Gulf which.had appealed so to Capt Kingsley.  Mr. Stephen made his trips  to and from Vancouver in his  own 14 ft. sail boat, such trips  being made according to sailing condition.  Wheri;,   the . (East  . Roberts  Creek School opened he again.  brbught'.his/.-family'}.up;\'t(>'' live  --here -rpenrianeri^^-^rr--~^.'vT^  Since ��� then; his wiife, whc����.  LOGGING ACCIDENT  Roy Trites, of Porpoise Bay  was badly injured when a logging machine he was helping  to move suddenly lost balance  and toppled ? over, on him. He  was taken to Pender Harbour  Hospital where he is nbw reported,, tp be recovering. He  sustam^  clt^iblg^^O^ctured arm and  leg, ibrpkferi golfer bone /and  many^?stitches- were required  for a gash receivedI on the fiead  and forehead. /? ->.///���?;? ������K':>? -  he married on a trip home to  Scotland,. died. Son Bob lives  in Los Angeles and his daughter, Elsie, is the wife of Ned  Leek, also one of a pioneer  family. Elsie's daughter, Marie, has two little girls, making  Robert Stephen a great grandfather. Mr. Stephen's other son  Jim, died at the age of 9.  Mr. Stephen built ?abput 10.  houses on his property which,':  he first rented to. summer vacationists' and later to year-  round residents. Recently . he  has sold them,: finding his? own  home and garden keep him  occupied. :? :  He has seen? many changes  take place iri his 48 years here  and enjoys reminiscing about  the old days.. Other iblk; in  their reminiscing, remeriiber-  that there was-no befteri^ok-  ed salmon than Bpbs arid.that  he excelled as a gardener.  prueeiiossis  area  set up  Hon. Newton P. Steacy, minister of .agriculture, announces  that following representations  made by him to the Hon. Douglas  Harkness, minister of agriculture  in Ottawa; the latter ffas now  constiltiited the West JKootenay  District, - the Vancouver Island  District, the: Pemberton-Sechelt  District and the.McBride Districts  as Brucellosis- Gontrpl- Areas,  under the Federal? Contagious  Diseases regulations;   ?  The health ;bf ?ariiriials division  of the Canada department of  agriculture now assumes im-  mediately all responsibility for  the control and eradiction of  brucellosis throughoirt t h b s e  areas.  The minister indicates that  this is a significant step forward  in the program to eradicate  brucellosis 'from all of the cattle  /herds in the province. 'Substantial progress has been made unr  der the provincial policy and it  is expected that (the assumption  of authority by the federal /department will .hasten^theachieve-  mat\t of that original objective.  ew  voice?  Feb  8 P-ITI-  SPECIAL GUEST TICKETS TO ASSOCIATION .MEMBERS  :|/  ONLY MUST BJE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE V? ,��  Students $lfi&5 / -���v Adults ' $2;]5a ,/��� /- -A'  Including Tax ���   :'-'r -"'��� '/������'������-.:'m.  ...... j*.  lit  NOW  DEDUCTIBLE  w.  t  .1  Canadian Government Annuity premiums may now be deducted irom'  income for tax purposes, within,  certain limits.  This means that any taxpayer���  including self-employed persons���is  now allowed the tax advantage which  was formerly available only to employees contributing to registered  pension plans. ....  ..- ���:.�����  SAMPLE TAX SAVINGS  ;tt:;.-r:.-(>'W.':^:.*tfiw��K3t--"-.-'k  .--  a worried taxpayt  bes*<t aii JWS IaccnmTsx rata)  (fair d worried taxpayer wlA mo ��l*p��ntfa*t��  "Ml I  ���'i .V  Eomtd tn'MBi*".;.���   ?C��i��tWb*Hw��"  ''!��'Savins* Mail*  $ 3,000 ' V :300  5,000 500  7,50�� 750  mmir*mm0vmMmaetwmmmmKmmmmammmummmmBmm*imm*miBm  ��� ���^i  . T��ir.S��yh��8  W  W��ks- 31*'=-*;  N  on  broadcasts  The new member of the staff  of CBC Vancouver's Farm and  Fisheries Department is Ron  Tarves. Ron is well known to  people in the Cariboo and the  'Peace River country for his work  over the last eight years as district, agriculturist at Quesnei* for  the B;C. Department of:. Agricuk  ture.' ������:���?���.'���'������ ��� -/ '���  Ron    was? born in Cloverdale  m 1925 and educated, there at  the Cloverdale school. He. worked  on his father's-mixed .dairy, farm.  He then - went. to / University pf  British Columbia graduating hi  animal husbandry. In 1847, while  ���a/:/��tu��fe)Qla-.-hp shipped:put���to  Shanghai on a/ freighter, accompanying nearly? 800 head of  cattle. As a commentator with  the    CBC Farms and Fisheries  - Broadcasts; Vancouver, Ron's  voice will become familiar to  listeners to the 7.00 a.m. Fisheries Broadcasts "and 12.30 p.m.  Farms Broadcasts heard Monday  through ?Friday.  '-.v?.WMMH   .BBMMHHR    WflNMBBSMM ' MHBflMMI *  -Tony's   Bulldszing  HALFMOON BAT  , Phone Sechelt 183F  ?Clearing,   Grading  /,      Driveways, Logging, etc.  Free Estimates :  'SAME''-MIGHT'-  THE1MA1 'EYI AUTOMATICALLY  CONTROLS left front burner ���  no more boil-bven or burned  pots. Set Thermal Eye and  cooking will stay at required  temperature as long' as desired. Ereh; milk.caft be left  at warming temperature.   ���  AUTOMATIC OVEN TIME CLOCK  CONTROL takes all the guesswork out of roasting and .  baking. Set your temperature,  set your rime and leave it. The  control does youc baking and  roasting while you are absent.  AUTOMATIC K3N1TION FOR TOT  BURNiRS AND OVEN. Each  burner lights itself immediately when gas is turned on.  with oil tht automatic farturts.  i  i  ?s Radio  YOUR   TV  CENTRE  SECHELT. BJC.  PHONE 6  SAME TIME  SAME PLACE  Gib hiBingo  THURSDAY/  23    ��� Gifosotts School Hall ��� S p.m. Sharp  Prizes  y.::,;.  ���   ) .;���..   .       ������?,  Welfare Fund  HHUPv^W   RW*?J���H  money  9086!  SIZES  50-20  [&M**  IsSi-id^^yiiSaaS'SHr-  y|%��|s?i��ati^8?��|S3i  ��'>^.fWs*��ft'��<r.*.v','-'t'';>''-l  r*>  For full information aiici assistarjce is  selecting the pMn best suited to yo^r  neids, mail thm coupon, postage free*  r������ ������r���r-^ .-.���--.-.������������-��-.,  |     Tat MhmSw, tmoKittm OawmimtM Awwoilw, TWSt |  I;. B99HKtaae>aljf t��jtow..pitarty'.p^tf<tp��trim},;, "...r.-,{:-,j.;        ...-;|.  1.    mMtomraltesltecats��-e*fcw s��il.--'-1' ':'.':'���> ,��v-.v.-   ���.���:��� ���*:  BSBKB��A|        J?'    'tn<ti<M<i��>iiifini��tiiiiiitiii��>Mii*����iit>>^H��''<;<    -'��� '  *l!    i^ ��<to'Am^ to ^^,..w^,..i.T...i.'.T<SgjAe4��|........���������������� '  :; ;^^\2s^^:^,y:9&^^ y%;^  ^Car!5 JPririted Pattern "makes a!  .wardrobe of;. ��ne..v? lovely dress>y\  "''^e&'',ii:/sleelt'''arjidf'';sir^ie,> as a?  sheath; add ttte beit with'Its pe'p-K;  lum for a smart two-pieee effect, i.  Sew one vereiort;mtifci^p6piiecli;-i  liiie;/ another with col^fe,   ;???   : ?���  Printed Paltterk ScS6f^|&ses' -  !Siaes-io, 12, M,- 16, 13^ go? Size../  16 dress takes 3 yard^-39-inch. ?  ;" Printed *direetiohs." on eadfi pat- ?C  Itern part: Easier, accurate.    ,.    f.  ������.;:; ^^^0R^:<^i^Jx4^/Ki/  /coins (;i'stamps/-. capnot be- ���ac�����pr'>:|,;  :ed)? for/this patterri. P^asej'jMittt. *-;  ' plainlj^SIZE.������ NAME?ifibi)RESei-���'-  ;STl?TLE'NUMBER.';f f:[��$, /f't^''/  ���/.,;Serid'your order ./to':/MARi-AN ��� -  ^AUTIN.  care brThV Coast '"'���  ' News, .- Pattern   Der>t., -.60 v. Front-.  St. We^,r%r6nipv;0nt/W '���"���" !':"^  ���'���"���.   '.'���'<���?:: .:    ':���';���..'.'���:��.���:"'' ' j''t'ii-'^M' ''��� '������:'���',.:-'' -''^'i��� '  v--��  an  Scfeboi arvi plAydpthea eaa bo' washed: and dried; r^drf^>r wear, ag^ic, .?  in a. matte?^ of hpurs. That means y<m' fc��6d to keep fewer chaBgtis of  .>4^^iier��r/''o^/ H&n|i. for the youngsters. ���Wmya-'mor&.tt  dryer's gentle tumbling awd fhsftiuff &ctk>n sav^i wear an4 tea? en .  ^abri��s?Ciptlsea stayBew-!o^kl!ig-J^tlanjgeit. See ^  /-#^^.cW^''��ffi����*>o����y;��fi����tf��������. B.C��''Bi��ECTR|C''?/'  .���'!*-���.'���'   ���'."'���'i'':-  *f!::':'.;.-Viy:V  ~"f^ST"'"''  ���AVff.f-.������:ift'ii��'-a--;-"-- -���>���=: -''*'-���:'���'--���"-- ��� ' Coast News, Jan. 23, 1958.    5  l��f& Dat&ea Mome&g  m rates  \UilT2  3ti$adMg hWme' aW Morels;  G^r^0��-^��^^4B^g^te^ftsV-  3��f #4n%n1fhis arid BWSnW- up  i& 5t)1 Words $L0O ��er* MseHiort  ^ tow^ ciH^r 56.,,  <M����cu#ve r^tet aValiate.T.. ,  Classified ��� display ��� 77e jJeV  eoluriih: inch;  CasbiWith order. A charge of  %Q c'einis is made for? billing, y  ClasMed^ afe^isetoent��v;|<��  , l|ne for first,; insertion. 13  c^enfsi?ppri ep$nt. Ijfte for each  dbnsecutiYe basertipii-,.  "^AGRE^El^ -'���.,...;'' .'  /���It i^;fgre^d?by Sn^ ##^&*  ^requesting space that liability ofj;tfte? Coast^Newsim eifepi  rors^bccur, Jn pjih^hing 6f/ ?a"n,  tMevamialp^^^;-; f��$/:a$/  ��� ettis^^,tta^^p^iM^ih>e/'  anvefiisiife; spac% occupied $&;  DIRE CTORY    building supplies  LTD.  ������"-HflimimillMUlllMH  mwutuirmmvt  0 an<i-&S ALES. SERVICE " "WE   CARRY ^HE^STOCK"  ^*C|Agsnis -For ��� - ^--f-f Phone G$$qx$%M "'��� ���  -fo^BrofMne-Ga*  ��� -^iI ��� "     " " ~ ' "    ���   ,  Combmation Qas Ranges Home   an3  In^ustriai,firing  SalesHmlHlnstaHaiibns ��i- M&&&fs,rJT4&&&  v,     , .Fr^fc Estimates -.... iv^     Radios, Ap$sances,W Service  Electric, and. Gas Hot Plates  FURNITURE  J; LINOLEUMS  Phone  3 Sechelt  GIBSONS   ELECTRIC  AuiHorize^, GE Dealer  Phone Gibsons 34F  Notions ��� Cards ��� Toys  Miscellaneous Gifts  TJJEIETEE -STORES^  , iiUmf m^&^n ���:*  Headquarters for Wool  VREERIGERATION -.;��-  SALES- AND. SERVICE  ON, VACATION*  untlL JanfiO. 1S��8.  Electrical..-tfofk  ;;.��-..    aSU' typeSh  - .  ��.:  SIM  ELECTRIC LTD.  Phpne Secnplt; 161  .    Eves; 130 or  Floor ^striding, ^iles Laid  -idEBENNER   >  Phbnp Sechelt 92R"  TELE��KSI0N  Local Sales Rep.  JQ"Hr�� 661ERID&E  Ri&LTY  sis. <j��:-J}&\'  (NOTARY PUBLIC)  tlte In^recW.ijIefe ; yyyy -W-v. ��;>.-^l .^v;,  -.x  that t^re^ shSil:be no, liability? ��� ���y^}^^%.^:^^fj^^r^  ���l��'a&^^  paid^-f^'/fi^ Snap   this    up:  10 acres on  ]$j ?*||&$fi^^ .Highway. ��� Good ,well., 2  roomed^  ft|^n^^ap?iK?M^ cabin. EKctnaty. Water'to sinfe  ^#i^^^^^^::��lili^��    FJ>" $3000 - $1000 cash,  v^i#ed;,M;vwiting.   ,     ^.: ^������.-:--���.-���i^^^^j^^^V^S^WA? -  L.^M^MJS^:r'���'. .'���/"' -'."'���    MJ^S^^^^^S ^?T_t        Snug retirement: 2;acres land,  iicptefe;5R^Ma^;^-v  Fine Kom^^iama^hirigat  Major ^Applisnees     r  i;v i^ecordiBar ...ic.w  .... Phone 6".-. ?    Sechelt  ���   ������' -        ��� ��� -. .      ������ : ���    -    y ��� ^.  Lt:f;-ti^i|^p/;.y6jr;   ^  fe;It-"l,1  Phone .^Gibsons 189  COMING EVENTS  Bfingo  VENTS ing heater, 3 px.bath-tub and ^        oufc    buiIdife qu^t.  ?^V?CT-;-t--j.-'. ^Vv'^^ jT    shower? new gas ..rarjge. Its a   ���* . ^--. iiw-^v.��� j-^a,.   ���   ^������^������sj,^.-.  i*-slw*a^.'-wftAAte::iii=, ^^^'and owner will trade    hvm^ ^^  kitchen,   beftrobm,    .,     .      "������:!/���.      -Wr.-.';.,: V?'.  For your Construction Need*  ,.t,-r ..^-/Alll.jypes^.oi'; ,-1.^.^^ '  BTJ1LDING/^^or. ALTERATIONS  ,,-^VEIG!to'-'.firR>aMQTOi/.-'  Sinilh & Peterson Consituctfca  >' -i-  >-yy * c& .^-^  ibsorift Social Welfare Gfub  Htago pai^ <^^                                                                        trade ^"S  room,   Kiioien.De  G|rarpxairai Cprnrni^^                                  homp^pnvSunshine 3' pee-,bath. $495p.,,lterm  &:n%^rpr^^ ^ Mahy^^  other^ a^traciive  ffib. 8 p/mi,      --.'��� ���'    r-r-���--���������'-r-..-r-���--���rr���.'.' ings: houses. lois?^:'acreae(  offer-  f)fljh.8/pirii.  -*" '  ���ft^^g>Tv'��������^  E^CMALET  - ���r t���.'.'        ings: houses, lots, acreage.  ���>.;. Poriibmv B^siriair h^u>e, -.     ^.-������.:V?;^-: t^":  /?/?: ^^  Vz acre latidV bloeK &6m beach        G<^$^&$??^:P^i��m  able man with car toman-    fruit trees, good garden  soil, phone 3.7 .��...Wft .Gib$D8,:  aW g&aWMM Fulled " Briish fbltprice only $fc3W oh teraas  territory, earnings above ay- ���  erage. For information.^writes;-' Pender Harbour, fejK.^pet  G.F. .WELDEN, 7^j^iii^i Wrn water, most aMzMtffi  St., Nanaimo, 'r*^*^^"-**^**-��� *��� ��� ~-^~**^  naimo 1870-Y4  DRUMMOND REALTY  Alwayfe has good buys  Notary Public  ";:E:?:ft/Ste^t^/;  BlTLLi^iNG' . ipICiE--;  Land   Clearing  Road BtdMing^?     :;  Legion Hall 8 frm. ~ TUESDAY,  JAN. 28  ���i J��V ����.���������-��-**'        ..*-*^ *-�����***���*!-!��������<���  *4 V' T- ����� r  ^mogj^g-gMg.J'gHJ^  Phone  w"t-        * ���  ^Gibinl  KELP WANTED?  LADIES; witbj^preji^  perience you'C. ���  jat Ji^OO or ;a =  "'-^ur^spare'"  METICS tra  cessful. Writ  Westsyde,  , B.C.Z$i��Na!    pall home, finP?.cp��Muj��iv Notary  Z4.,. ?iiuMMfli;/ .^fe,:.pf:-materia|^|��|rlng    Gibsons^.   -. ,,  '..       Phbhe 39  Z=zr^eBS��m^^<W9^- with.e^��*eplace.    ^r>OTW%.w%.  Light assembjU^f  home. Expeirarag��  cimS^^im^hed;     WANTED TO RENT ;  Crown Inc  Angeles, 41  Ma  Sechelt; B.C.  Electrical extractors-, i���.  ?B6 it yourself?^  "We con^du-it best!"      ���.  C6jib^erciali��Indijstjfiataridi  ^Me ^vof^llD^S^ /i l^^^ey^Gibsons Bakery    Residential ^m^^toa^rs  SSbs, and good  16^ft.    <* Phoh^ 107W  ^Jao^rt^Its a terrific  ^/^fc>v$53p0 ��� on terms.'  *ii'��iii vAor^.x����i   ^sS? distaneeitp. Post, Office.  See  to RENT  ^ee^ribjal H^^^alled/  " PnoneK'-^^ic'e::.^;*.'??,,? ?.,^i:  t(^,,14BG5and?.  ^ aFi:'���- -^ki^MSti-^-���������-,���     .���;&>��� w.. ��v- Epur   rpoml;";suite, ^t  -        ^^efcCreek, ngh^ic|hej   |l^i^bin^ Pho#  iM^Migii:  WORKW.  Ali-round/j,,  anywhere,^  ^pa^hy^lpyely; lot; cosy":/ i'57:  ,#Pl�� patio, fir��> ���  pWS^ii^ taldrooms,  attractive    Suite   to \jp  ins  Residential  & Induu^riat  . T l-v ,.p. ��^v #.*>> ^to^i**l *^*'  ,-J^^>,.-^^^afelM  private enrxancel  soh.e z%M^yyyyy^f���\i.  'iriew--.--'-^..-; .    ...���S"'?"^^Mpf  ��^f:Glb^'  ^cat^ Ap>liaiic^  Pfi��Gib^o1^jaT  IS YOUR HOME  INSULATED?  . 'rtft*'-**. *������*% &'���*****>&��*(��� 'v**'?#'  We nave Zonolite  and  Fibregla^ insulation^ .  tOR THE HOMEBUILDER  MONA^El. PAINT&  yy^^i- .^^frrjitf^ifr**  J���� ���g��aBEC>A'g. ���',a'��lB>e��<yi��3>M'*>>  ji>s����  'anymmmmm^ ���.������suite;- jr��eife lovely     D^RJ^/fejants^  ������U^^i^^'^f^'f^" rwfech^   "   if.tr'i.''" -*"n,w",,,'*���  suf  Fresh Oysters^  Come by  Bay .Oyster _     __   bpur?i.:   :'   ';?'ymy^y-yy -/,-/; ������$&} abbui;..r^,:ciare%,rWki&: n^&tej^/*  ���'���   vinator  Fridm��^Bend^ ^o5oon ^enns^ v/?   : >.              ;��� ffig^gp,                     _  Auto-Washer   $^V Oju  rang^, -      -~;^ r-.?-fer^^. ���.-~:?;-4^ / x$*defi& ^PP fl^ ^fiel>r,  $60; Coal  anjdtWdb^ ranges^ . 5 acres, near? main  Sunshine^   t^^Mf^emmip&^C^:Bah  $60 - $125. Par^rVliarldware^ ''       -iSiSOTSS^^^K^i.'j^~ir":--::'1'. - ^-  or  EY*  $i37ypi��tkp�� '-n-H ���.;  3C��tofL^/^IRl^  Problems   Exppr��T   Allep<l��d  Office Open-\aia,��ji;- ���i- 5'.' &m,��  Household  re.  6.  piece  Plibn#Se1cifei^ &?  <-��� ��� ���<���. <���  bedroom set, blonde mahogany Gibsons     harbor, level lot, fine    Powei��   ^^   ihW&d    on  Bed lounge and chair; TV, 1957 view,^   aU    servjeps,, 3 bedroom,    short; notice. Ph^ 25a/ Gibsons.  Admiral blonde c^nSble|.,MaT>; hoirieii-.nfce^HvMg������'r^in?-v^ts;'.fire::'.                                               12-5-c  quette fridge, 10 cu:ft^ Model place, $8950 on terms.                     ���   nw^B^/natitett^  871 Coleman oU heater; ^bedr ^.-i; ~-^ ��� ?-i:_^. ���I              <     TIMBER>:,CRUIMNG  room    chairs; Jtn^^Hop^- /t^'^^:;^-':!^:-^^--   ^ .5^^J^^S**'  washing machine;^l&rig 1957 yi<��s only $^50 each                       Vgn^ouver   9,   Phone    CEdar  vacuum cieaner|x9?y?12?bfbwn- J_T!___��.. __ _Z  .hooked    rug.     coffee    table, "*  blonde.   B. Seidelman,   House  ,60, Port Mellon. ^-.^:.:vX:;;rrn:��� ~���  ,u i '��� i ��� i��� ������ i. . ���������; rw���>...i.- i, ��� t    ���i... i ��� ��.n.������������������������� i. iii.iii ���������;* "  ���J24' 6" mahogan^ hull' cabin  cruiser. Excellent condition.  Apply ?.Gibsbns-'B'oat''-Yard? >���:���-��:   ������___.���_������ ~2��~-'  Electrolux vacuum cleaner, $Z5'  (English Valor/7heater, $22. Ph.  Gibsons  147.  'i "���!,'������*-?!��� V.>'Ab.'��M-  If its for sale on the Sunshine    gaws    filed.    Galley's   wood  Coast, we haye^ it Hsted,.  jSStjeSce ������ sSlvic^' tIat  SATISFIES  w-orkingj shop, Norths of Super-  VW'^fe.- ?  ?. /'  M E. KP^fitE^  ���   ������ -THACTORIWOIIK^  .Cl^ar#^i G^ding^ JJ3cc^pn#  Bulldozing, Clearing TeethJ  ,���:.? ,FOH^?RENT-v-.?.  Arched Sa%M, Piimp^  ,., Phone' Gibsons1 iW:   y , v  PEKINSULiA/, CLEaMrs"  Cleaner* Jps. the Sechelt  P^n&nsula  Phone:  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, BiG.  fti  Jftr<i*^!;��>i  a^iiV^fcwlfrteinSech'eft  .'./������ ;,; /ANUAtfY��� H;^.:,/������"  ' F^r aWapp^intnient f��r eye exr^inWtion phonW  Mrs. Gladys Batchelor, Sechelt 95F  If anyone wishes any adjustment or i*epair to  fiteir present? glasses f-wiU be pleased to be oif service.  T^P^^B^T^t'  at ^A^G'S DRUGSTORES,  AsiaMc'flu vaccine is available  fob&iiri^ and Sechelt.  Consult    M.  Gibsons 100  INSURANCE  ���ydW" doctor.  aazsvtta  ^���iQ,nzi' j/?'  Firep^acps-  -$200 .-  up. .Bricfc  and;;; stone work at reasonable  pri'^eB.  Alex .-SimpkfilBs,   Gibson^ 217Q. : /���?  Custom cut and deli^re'd/ ?Ali-  deti: $10, Fir $12 cord. Alex  Siiftpkins, Gibsons 217Q.  Service Fuels' Large' loads,  good alder', some fir. Phone  Gibsons 17aQ.'  Used electrie' and gas ranges,  alsot' oil ranges../ C & S Sales,  Phtb'ne Sechelt'.31  Cedar  fence posts,  30c   each.  Ordprs taken for alder or fir  firewood, any  length. J. Hig-  geri^priy back of Tom? 60^ inv  , Sec'h/elt/ v   ' ��� ������.���.-���..',-..-   ..::-;  ���' WASTED '.- ���-   ",. ''������;';���?  2 oft:2^ cu. ft. cement mixer.'  Phone? Gibsons li IX       12^1-c  BU&PING SUPPLIES  ���' esmpnd ;LUMB|a^e0;; &fifcy  for all/Building Supplies.' Spec-'  ializihg in Plywood. Contractors enquiries solicited. Phone  or wir$ orders collect. 3600 E.  Hastings St. Vancouver: Glen-  burn1;J600^  SECHELT INSURANCB  Real Estate'  Property   Management  '������ '    ..��� ^Insurance;? -~y.  Office $tib*i��: 22    ���  T.E. DUFFY, Agent  Residence 158  I. MACKAY,/Salesman^,  Residence 70F  '���".'���  W. (BILL) COFFEY  Insurance Salesman ��  ypur? printer   is c as near as  your telephone at 45-Q. .  WATCH^REPAIRS   .  m  Phone Gibsons 134, 104. or 33  associated wiffi SI*1' 'faxl ana' have opened  tlieir--bVn Ta&i^^Of f ice at  HILL'f  wmm  Watch and Jewelry Repairs?  Marine   Men's Wear?    Agents?    p^oiii*!^  for    W. H.    Grass i e.    Fast        reliable service. ttn  .SHOP  Process  Engine Block. Repairs  i0e, $cyVWeldlng  Precision Machinists  Residence 152  '&"&M  Jfe    r  Bus St  _ *  Next to the Theatre  ���Si SSv.  ���. 1  ' ��� s     ���"'      y* ������  For Guaranteed Watch arid  Jewelry?? Repairs.   See   Chrises'  Jewelers; ?Sechelt. Wprls  done  on the premises. - tin  Fire,   Auto,  Liability?,' Prompt^        4 ,   .,    ; ? 1 .     /  courteous service./Tote��i RPaF,���:;^''-':T^^|;.are';20.*1^^rasJ'mMaf'  ty; Gibsons  murders committied" in the U.S  as there are in Great Britain.  FAIRMILE  BOAT WORKS,? LTD.  ' -;\-' '.. :ShipvCE4^jdJyi.'Sg).-Jv?;.;.  '':.'Cusiom': frame/lciis and'  complete boats   in  8. 10; 12, 14/ 16, 18; 21  V?    and 25 feet.  Fibre Glassing and kits  Beach Ave. West  Roberts Creek        Phone 216Y  Our  Customers  are  urged to  call  Guy JFisher's" Ray Whiting1  Taxi  Fh. Gibsons 250  :Ji  Ph.  Gibsons 47  i '���: -  24   HOUR   COURTEOUS   SERVICE  . /t'-i    j.a��i-  *^��< ��Z3  ^.n~k-  BY tyRS. A.A. FRENCH  Mr; and Mrs. Gordon /-Kennedy  with '^Carol, Kathifel -and-^fiist  were at Powell River for a family  re-union to celebrate arrival of  cousin Peter Hammerton of  Canterbury, Kent, England. The  Kennedy's were guests of rela^  tives, Mrs. E. Maple, Mrs. A. T.  Kennedy and W. Hatch. Mr. Gordon Kennedy has returned to  Port Hardy where he is employed.  Mr. and Mrs. Louje Benner,  sr. are moving into the house  formerly occupied by the Sheri-  don's and owned by Mrs. I. Havass.     -  Mr. and Mrs. Vick Osborne of  Bella Coola will be spending the  next few weeks on the Peninsula.  Mrs. Agnes Egen is at Wood  Fibre on a weeks- visit.  !There will be no meeting in  February of the L.A. to the  Legion/The next meeting will  be March;(4i at. 2 p.m. %.v  Mrs. Jessie Luckeh, President  of W.A. to St? Hilda's and Mrs.  Alice Batchelor, firsifc vice-president will attend the W.A. Convention in Vancouver. .  Mr. and Mrs, T.' Biggs are at  Roberts Creek on a.short visit.  Kmettes meet  The first meeting of the Sechelt Kinettes after installa-  liome of Mrs. Verna Beck, in  tion of officers, was held at the  Selma Park.  After some discussion, the  members voted to donate a  ibaby layette, to be given away  at the discretion of the public  health nurse, Miss Amy Myers,  R.N. Miss Myers has accepted  an invitation to the next meet  ing.  Darning  NIGHT  .���/  S. D. No. 46 (Sechelt)  TIME:     *'M ��� 10:00 p.m. THURSDAY, 23 JANUARY  PLACE: Lisnch Room ��� ELPHINSTONE HIGH SCHOOL  INSTRUCTOR:   Mr- J- slides, p.e.d.  Instructor, Pender Hai'bour  (If at least 24 enroll and pay in advance)  .; . -    About 35c a person for each evening's instruction  THERE WILL BE 10 EVENINGS OF INSTRUCTION  Full fee tor course will be $3.00 a person  Now Resumes Meeings Starting  Wed., Jan. 29 at 8 p....,  Ted Chambers' Home in Porpoise Bay  AH Members Uiged 'to Attend  ���'<   '        ��� ��� $?��� *4% J'-:   ::���������������- '���..;���"     :>���:'��� ���;���:.-  Vi��ja'.*i.,<'ia��i *:������������-?������ ���'���.:���'������       ��� ���..;..  > Anyone wishing to "join is ^ireicome  ... :-.���...���. NO SE^kGE^tiBMIT ''  For Information Phoa#Toih Grozier 85-K  m  ''i;*'?- ''��� -?'??*"(./\ ���ir.^|i  .j-*"','*    &?'..*���*���?"., ������  .      SECHELT    LOCKERS    Minded!  OX TAILS  Delicious for Soup, Stews & Broth  19c lb  SAUSAGE  BOOM CHAINS  29c lb.  NEW YORK DRESSED  5>ORK       e^,,,.  ROASTS    Our Picnic Style  35c lb  STEAKS  TOKAY  GRAPES  1 5c lb.  6  Coast   News,   Jan?^23/1958.  iu.  FRUIT  Lge Size  3 for 2S  LOCKERS" has the only COMPLETE  frozen food service  1 We cut io suit your wishes and needs. v  2 We package with the best obtainable locker wrap,  (Polywrap prolongs freezer life up to 6 mo. longer) ?.'  3 We "sharp freeze" in our 25 below zero blast freezer.  (The only Gov't approved unit in this area)  Service   is only available at. the SECHELT LOCKERS and to  our customers only.  PHONE SECHELT  1  ,;:   by. PAT WELSH-;.i; v.;.'  Spring seems to have arrived judging by the number of  people working in their gardens, bulbs are shooting up,  red currant bushes are showing pink buds and many trees  are leafing. Too bad if we do  have a coldx spell next month  and it could happen.  In Chicago, en route home,  is Mrs. E. Klusendorf, who reports an enjoyable visit with  relatives and friends in Springfield and St. Paul, JVEinn.i over  Christmas and New Years and  is now sight-seeing in the Windy city. She expects to arrive  back home during the first  week in February.  The Bill Grundy's are home?.;  after spending the festive sea-:  son with their daughter and?  her husband at. Jordan River1,  Vancouver Island.  Also home after holidaying  with their families and friends  are Mr. and Mrs. F.-Claydpn,  Mrs. M. Menzies, Mrs. Bath,  the Russell Brooks Jr. and  Lynda, Mr. and Mrs. R. Cor:  mack. ' ���     -:"-r.  Frank Lyons underwent surgery at Shaughnessy Hospital  Wednesday. Mrs. Lyons is in  town to check on his progress.  Mr. and Mrs. F. Kingston Sr.  have returned home to Campbell River after visiting the  F. Kingston's Jr.. Mrs. King-;  ston Jr. is making progress after her illness. :  Mrs. J. Cooper spent the  weekend in town with her  daughters, Pat and Marilyn.,,  Mrs. W. Thorn, summer resident of Redrooffs had to under  go surgery recently, in, Vancouver, and at last report'she was  progressing favorably.  Port Mellon  BY ANNETTE MARLEAU  Mr. and"Mrs. Sid fSwanson  with Mr. and Mrs. Tex Ene*  mark attended the three-day  loggers convention at the Vancouver Hotel.  The Toastmistress club is underway, initial meetings haye  been, held .and temporary ^officers, Mrs. Swan, Miss Conrad and Mrs. Keogh? elected.'..  The charter from the International has been /seht for and  approved, ^nd sometime in;the  near future1 an:: International'  representative vifiil present the  charter formally. AH members  enjoy the club and have been  acting in the evening progranis  Mr. Ranciy, Wiren has left  to enter hdspital in Vancouver  and undergo minor surgery.      '  The" Port; Mellon 1st Company of Guides held formation  ceremonies*at the hall Monday  night to honor officials and  heads who ha*ve left t'he; com-'  pany, one honored was Mrs.  C. Stray horn, former: Captain -  of the Company. '? ������ ���'.  ��� A card party was held \ in  the hall on Friday evening,  the largest group of players  were r the cribbage set. Mrs  Boyas had the highest score  for both men and ladies. The  refreshments served later were  excellent.  The; Zulus of South Africa  believe that every man is accompanied by an ancestral  spirit wherever he goes. The  spirit takes the form of a  snake that travels underground  , When Ithe'shake''dies, the man  himself dies.  ��� \  '���... ���-.,*.:���!  In. ? Magistrate > Johnston's^?  Court, a juvenile was placed  on a 12 anbnth probation on  condition that he observe a 10  p.m. curfew. The boy was involved with an older boy in  the  theft  of   some   carpentry  tools. ���'���:.��'������-'��� ���.'''     r  Clifford Johnson, Sechelt,  was found guilty \bf breaking '  and entering Wigard's Shoe  Store and stealing 3 pairs of  logging boots. He was sentenced, to 6 months-, determinate,  and three months indeterminate ^imprisonment at New Haven!      ���'�����  Ronald Jeffries. Sechelt, was  fined $10 and costs when found  in possession of a part full  gallon jug of. wine. The wine  was seized. .  Roy   Walker,   Sechelt,   and v  James Cattprall, Gibsons, were  found, guilty of trespassing on  the Sechelt Indian Reserve and  fined $10 ktid  costs  each.  James "Brown, Twin Creeks,  MaBnaooBBiannDHBamniMu  Guaranteed   Watch   &  Jewelry Repairs  Chris* Jewelers  Mail Orders Given Prompt  Attention  Work done Jpn the Premises  Phone Sechelt 96  was fined $10 and costs for  failing to stop his car at the  sign near the Cenotaph in Sechelt. ���   y-���-���'.'���..���;������%���_'��������� ���  John Flatmah, Gor don  Thompson, both of Vancouver,  and Ray Stockwell, of Sechelt  were fined $25 each for speeding.  .   'l^ sTkV ^;  Emil r,. Larka, Granthams  Landing,? was fined $30 and  costs :fpr driving without, due  care fend: attention. Defendant's ���  car rolled .n.over at Roberta  Creek,- and the driver sustained minor injuries for which  he was treated by Dr. Inglis,  Gibsons.      .  .Rockgas Propane heats this 1156  sq.ft. home  for  $193   per year.  J\OGk(jaS        (Cooking and water heating $6 per month).  **     V f f   > *S  HAVE THE BEST IN AUTOMATIC HEATING!  Call Your Rockgas Dealer Today for FREE Heating Estimate  GIBSONS HARDWARE      C & S SALES        A.A. LLOYD  /        Gibsons, B.C. Sechelt Pender Harbour  Start an interest-heading Christmas Gift Account now!  Plan for your 1958 Christmas shopping now���by planning your savings.  Decide how much you need as a Christmas fund, and put aside a portion  each payday in a BN$ Christmas Gift Account. Open yours right away���  at any BNS branch.  BNS people are friendly people���get to know them  at our Squamish and Woodfibre branches. G. H.  Churchill, Manager.  ? .   ; . ,.r  I  1  |  I  I  |  t  1  I  i  I-  I  t  I  1.  m  1  i  I  wu  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmB^^


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