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 Just Fine Food \ _ '"I  . DANNY'S YJ  DINING   ROOM    /  Phone Gibsons 140      ��j2tj&,  __e_������a������a���  SERVING THE  GROWING  SUNSHINE COAST  Published in Gibsons, B.C. Volume 11, Number 35, September 4, 1958.  . RAY  WHITING  RADIO-CONTROLLED  PHONE      9��(ft     GIBSONS  24 KR. COURTEOUS SERVICE  A regular sports day was  held at Port- Mellon, Labor  Day -with junior and senior  sports. The afternoon was highlighted by the annual crowning of the Pulp Queen, this  year,Miss Terry Eriemark, of  Long-view.  Queen Terry's court included as maids of honor, Miss Linda Moore'and Miss. Diane Den-  ford;-flower girls, Miss Denise  Quarry and Miss- Lee .Wiren;  page boy, Dwight W,eston.  After ah appropriate speech,  retiring queen Miss Carol  Whitty crowned Queen Terry,  as the. 11th, Pulp Queers of  Port Mellon, Queen. Terry's  speech?? of acceptance was fitting and concise.; ���  Added attractionsy\oi / the  lovely procession .to the dais,  were three of the past queens,-  Miss Donn.a-Harris?-1954uMiss.  Janet Swanson,-. _1955 arid Miss  Gail Greggain, 1956, the Cub  Pack, with their leaders Mi\  G. Taylor and Mr. VfAQuariy  ��� and the Guides7 arid Brownies  with the Brown Owl, Mrs. Z.  Dunhsuha.. �� wy ���;'���/���'. '-:���: y    ���  Mr. M. MacMillian, president of the Local ; 297 of  IBPSW made the^presentations  to the queen and Ke'ri: courts-y  Sponsors of the annual Labor  Day ?Oc^lehratibBSi "Local  297, IBPSW, held,a. dance in  ft the Community   Hall/ as the  wind up to a wbnderfur.day.  Some 15 defaulters of business tax payment will be prosecuted by order of Gibsons Vil-  . lage council it was decided at  Tuesday night's  council' meet-  "ing.'-'.  Various, comments by commissioners revealed there were  the usual names on the list  plus a few new ones bu�� all  had been notified to pay the  tax as it applies to the second  / half of the year.  Various water service defaulters also face prosecution  unless the amount due is? paid  up.   " r    .'���"  ,. ;  A building permit for a  $4,000 house to ? be built by  C.W.. Stilling, 24x40 feet, of  four rooms,, one storey^ was  granted.      /       , ..  Canadian;; Legion: No. 109,  Gibsons; was given a permit to  build a. 12x16 storage shed to  cost $200; ;? j'-   y:yy\y.y.  Mr&?:L; Hall was ;giveii a permit :toU;bifild a $100 chicken  house, 6x8 feet.      r  A ?-fNo?. parking except on  village; businessf' sign yvill be  .placed oht the roaldway, leading to the Municipal Hall to,  stop general ^rkmg in that  .area. ���,,���-:.. '.���-.-  Mrs. R. Telford obtained* consent from council to connect  the Post office building and  the_R. McKibbin dfficfe with  the sewer line which . comes  down School Rd. with Mrs.  Telford paying the  cost after  the line reaches her property  and a share of the cost to the  property line.  Mrs.* Telford expressed the  view when the subject of outside, water, users was discussed  that there were a great many  .   people who are very glad the  village- council will not allow  . extension of water service. She  recalled the early struggles in  Gibsons to get a water supply  and was pf the opinion the water supply be maintained for  taxpayers in the municipal  area of Gibsons.  Harry Winn wilt be advised  following discussion by council that the village will pro-,  ceed with construction of a  fence on? a village fill on his  property bordering Sechelt  highway and Seaview,. but will  not maintain such fence once  constructed;-  Chairman A.JE. Ritchey and  Clerk Robert ��� Burn's' were authorized to attend the 55th an^  nual convention of the Union  of British Columbia _ Municipal  ities; in Nanaimo "Sept. 24, 55  and 26- Mr,-Ritchey will also  . attend the B.C. Aviation, coun-  : cU'.conv-ahtiort'Sep.?'26' and 27  in Victpia, which will- deal  with municipal,. connection  with aviation..      ,    A ���.  Acco&nts totalling $3;046.38  wee. ordered,  paid,*  including  $2,846;46 for water, $67.24 for'  roads,   $125?  general   expense.  and $7.68 for fire. pro*tec,tion;  Life's Darkest Mohtent  A WEBSTER CLASSIC  An early pioneer of the Pender Harbour district, John  Wray, 73, who landed there in  1891, died Tuesday in St.  Mary's hospital at Garden Bay  He was a retired boat builder.  The funeral will take place  Friday from Madeira Park  Hall: where the service will be  held-and burial willbe made  in the Pender Harbour Forest  View; Cemetery. Graham's Funeral Home will be in charge.  Mr. Wray leaves his wife,  Alicia, two sons, Edward of  Langjdale and George of Richmond and six daughters, Mrs.  RrithcVogler in Colorado; Mrs.  Marion Mohr of Surrey, Miss  Dorothy in Vancouver, Mris.  Delia' Martin in Vancouver-  Mrs. Val Smyrl in Vancouver  and Mrs. Susie Hebert in California.  He! also leaves two brothers,  Charlgs and W?alter at Irvine's  Lan4irig and four sisters, Mrk.  Ruth* Lewis at Kamloops; Mrs.  Emily Diliabough of, Vancouver; .Mrs., Harriet Heilias and  Mrs*: ga'die lOdmohd^of Irvine's  Landing: .. .. -: ���  There are aljs'o 23 grandchildren Z and great-grandchildren  as well.  Catch juveniles  Hopkins Landing sports   rg0fe -#*-|  Delayed game      b||sy Jay  for .^fifi��  for Sunday  The final game for the Osborne Cup, between the Gil>.;  sons Firemen and the;UJe^gue;  winning Wilson Creek team,  was cancelled because of rain,  and will be played on Sunday,  Sept. 7 at 3 p.m.  It^will be remembered that  the finals last year went into  so many extra, inningsr that  even" with the aid of dozens of  lights from cars and trucks,  the game was called,A and the  cup was giyen to,. Port, Mellon  who had won one arid tied one.  This, it is believed,A -wilr., be  avoided if the two teams line  up oh time, andthe game proceeds uninterrupted. Should .  the weather interfere, there  will not be a further date  scheduled.  At the old-timers game on  Labor Day, many people enjoyed the antics of the players  on the invading team, ; many  new ideas were brought forward and the Wilson Creek  team could take a few lessons'.  The only sure thing that happened, the old timers found  you cannot bring back frbm  the past anything but memories and Wilson Creek, team  beat everybody but the Old-  timer's coach.  The Kinsmen, the spectators  and possibly the doctor are  sure to gain by these games.  It) was lots of fun.  Board  d  >f Trade  raw  winners  Winners of the Gibsons  Board of Trade draw made  Wednesday morning in .��� the  presence of Ted, Henniker,  manager of the Bank of Montreal and member of the board  executive are:  First, $50 prize, . K e i t h  Rhodes, R.R. 1, Gibsons.  Second, $25, Ken Urquhart,  3343  Windsor St., Vancouver..  These two persons are urgedj  to get in touch * with Mr. Henniker so the prize money can;  be turned over to them.  BACK  TO NORMAL  The four-corner bingo.spr^-  cialists should have a field day  _!iursday* night,-.,-i__|t,.'-s the school  hall when Bingo siessions get-  back to normal after having  had a break during, the period  when the fair was held.  LIBRARY  HOURS  Starting September 9, the  hours�� at the Library will be  Tuesday, 2 to 4 a��d Saturday,  2 to 4 p.m.  August 23, Hopkins Landing  held its Centennial Day with  a   fi^ing-deorhy for  the boys  J an_n?|ifls^iirir i^^rnprhing^ arid  ���' dimming,    dinghy    and    log  races in the afternoon.  The morning's-catch for the  seniors was much below the  total of last year,,; in weight  andvariety, but the-.'little folk  on the float landed a urpriing  number of shiners.  :The.weather and water were  ideal for the .various racefe, .and  some, fast times/virere made in  thei'log races by^ b;uddiriig: scien-  tists who had solved the problem bf gettingtrie rtaxinxumof  boy? on to a minimuni of log. >,  A   noisy   demonstration   of  nail driving was given by the  ladies   of    the . landing,   -Mrs.'  Marion Hopkins driving horittT  an 8-inch spike for first place  . with a deftness which should  put her in   line for a? P.W.D.  job    for ? re��p-kirig y Hopkins  wharf  after   what   the   busbs  have done tb it, and Mrs! Paul  Chutter,   at  the other end of  the finishers* winning the rub-*-'  her hammer.  Results follow:  Fishing Derby* 7. to,.18^years:v.  Heaviest   fish   arid .most, fish,  Libby Hopkins; ? Second heaviest, Eleanor Hopkins; Smallest,;  . Bruce Bpyd; Strangest, Debqr- .  ah   Docker. .,.  Shiner  Derby,   children  un->  der. seven:. Most shiners? John*  Hopkins; Second most, Margaret Mundell;. Third: most, David  Chutter; Smallest,' Billy Dock-  Sun tan contest, Jpe Gill. ..<-���  Freckle contest, Ron Whit-  low^.  vDriftwood contest: . ^Linda^  Docker, Darrell Rae," Laufeen*  McCleery, Gail Hunter.  Linda's entry was. .named,, by .  her "The Leaping Whale." The  judges,   Mrs.,- Larry, :Bjreadon,-_.  and Mr. Harry Jphnston^ mentioned that  the riuhierbusrex-  ��� hibitsL shewed; great ingenuity.,  arid taste in their'selection,'and  that many of the' items could l  readily find - a place in- a curio-  display.  The children- competed in  swisK^iing ^ace^i dinghy racesZ  arid'-'ibg^paddling'jaces in a^e  groups pnj,a.?pbin-|? syst^n.,*. and  at the end pf the day the accumulated points gave, the following results:  7-8-9 years: Boys, 1. Tommy  Grant; 2, Jimmy Rudolph.  Girls, 1, Libby Hopkins, 2. Eleanor Hopkins.  10-11-12.years: Boys, 1, Vernon Henderson, 2. Donnie Day.  Girls,   1.  Nadine  Hopper   and  Diana Hopkins, 2. Linda Docker.  13-14 years: 1. Don Blajn, 2.  Jini-Mmgrave. Girls: 1. Gail  Hunter,   2.  Elizabeth   Carson.  15, 16, 17 &, 18 years: Boys,  1. Ron Fearn, 2, Tom Helina.  Girls 1. Donna Coghill, 2. Karen Grant.  In the swimming relay race,  North against South, North  came fii-st uncler the able guidance* of Ripn Fearn as captain,  his team being Gail Hunter,  Don Biain, Tom Helina, Dick  Anderson; a^d Ken Sweet. In  the evening all residents gathered at the end of the wharf  ; to   witness ^speed   boat   races.  . Bruqe Boyd came first in the  under 18 horsepower event,  and   in   the   open   for  every-  vthing. event Which followed,  Mr. Norman Rudolph, running  Ernie Cartwright's boat, led a  very mixed  armada easily.  Owing; to the fire restrictions  there was no evening bonfire,  but.Mr. and Mrs. George Hopkins kindly made theii\ waterfront lawn and barbecue available' for a get-together and  sing song, and presentation of  prizes. Mr. John Carson led  the sing song, and Captain Gordon' Hopkins presented the  prizes,   and it  was   coinciden-  _ tal. that many of his clan were  among the winners.  ��� Mrs. Dave Hunter, chairman  of ��� the committee announced  that hot. dogs and pop for the  children and coffee for the  adults were ready, and thanked everybody' for their help in  mak^in^ the day a success. She  thanked Mr. and Mr��. Hamner  of the Hopkins Landing Store,  Mr. and Mrs. Vince Bracewell,  and Mr. and Mrs. John Wood  ,of the' hardware for donating  prizes.  Two juveniles, caught after  having broken into Marine  Melt's Wear, ea^iy Sunday  morning' appeared before Magistrate Andrew Johnston, Tuess  day^and'were sentenced tp an  inde&nite r-term:Aat Brarman  Lake home?  The pair, one from Gibsons  and the pther* from. Roberts  Creek, started their weekend  crime binge with breaking into  the Mariner. Cafe where they  obtained $20, tried to break  into the Dutch Boy snack bar,  robbed Gibsons, Bakery- , of  $18.50, entered the Co-op store  and took-$32, broke into Hill's  garage where they found 51  cents and a bottle of whiskey,  then had jewelry and clothing  sorted out for removal when  they?,,were trapped by" the  RCMP in Vince Prewer's Marine Men's Wear. Alf Clark who  lives in a suite belPW the Marine Men's Wear store' heard  the noise in the store and phoned the police.  Police recovered all the stolen property.-       - "  Want to help a youngster  complete the school term?  There is a way it can be done  and that is to drive with care  while in vicinity of school children.  This advice is passed on by  the. RCMP, members of which  force prefer to pee' children at  school and drivers operating  carefully rather than reporting accident cases.  buildi  one  ft Madeira Park  E. Lowe of Madeira Park  has be^n awarded the contract  to build Pender Harbour's new  dial telephone building.  Costing almost $6,000, the  18?c22:?fpot single-storey structure will'be located near the  junction of the main Powell  River highway and Madeira  Park road. Construction, expected to take about two  month's, will get underway  when the forest closure ban is  lifted.  January, 1959, is the month  scheduled for the switchpver to  'Pender Harbour's new telephone system.  Concert meeting  The; annual general meeting  of Overture. Concerts Association will be held in the United'  Church: hall, Gibsons, Sept. 11  at 8 p.m. so that a report on  the past year can be presented  and the election of officers for  the.coming season made.  It will also be the time for  the general planning of the  new; iseason arid the type of  perfbrriiers available will, be  placed.>before- the meeting if  they are, available, so a choice  can be made.   -  25_h ANNIVERSARY  Mr. :and Mrs. E. Reitze of  Gibsons-, celebrated their 25th  wedding anniversary; Sat. Aug.'  30 arid, were guests at a surprise party prepared hy their  two daughters, Mae of Gibsons  and'Mrs. B. Symne of Vancouver  Many friends dropped in  during the evening to extend  good wishes. Mr. and Mrs.  Reitze received many lovely  gifts.  Whereas?atwl wteeoi  By Don Donaghan  Newspaper story of a woman  charged with keeping a gam-,  ing house describes her as "a  little gray - haired woman.".  Does that make her less liable  than if she had been a big- fat  red-headedl'dame?  ;��� ��� -.^     s|<. _#-,...* ,;  . . .  A br��Wer�� has take% three;  of iter brands of heer fr#m the  shelves of liquor stores. How-  eer,' there's still * a' wide selection left, and, after two glasses  who can tell the difference,  anyway?.  *    *    *  Report^from' Rutters -states  that'i Gertrude,rUpwhistle* the  belie;pf Biilingsgate, wa^seen  in the cempany pf 'Arry 'Aw-  kins,. senior fpptman , to Lord  Twiddiedee?. It is,s understool  that Gertie^had left off.her fish,  apron arid; of all thirigsi, was  seen smoking a. cigaiet;  A Hollywood actress was  granted a divorcb on the  grounds her husband' "contiri-  Ually argued��� -with me and criticized everything I did." Is  there another kind of husband?  asks our better half.  *,. .*   ;*   ���  Group Capt. Peter Towns-  end has cancelled his round-  the-world .tripr and is headed'  back to London. tWhen asked  for her opinion on the, matter,  Gertie Upwhistle refused to  comment.  Shark shocks  husband, wife  It was a shock for Mr. and  Mrs. G.N. Cook of Gibsons  southwest corner of Bowen Island at four a.m. Thursday  when, while fishing off the  morning of last week they  netted an 18 foot  shark.  It was the first time Mrs.  Cook had been aboard for a  couple of years and both; Mr.  arid Mrs. Cook were alone at  the time. They ' navigated  around for about an hour-and-  a-half before they got rid of  the.shark which had damaged  die net severely for .quite a  yardage..  The shark sank immediately  so the Cooks were not able to  tell whether it was dead or  not.  Fishing in the tropical waters along the Sunshine Coast  is becoming more and more interesting what with barracudas  and other warm water fish  showing up.  R_GM���P. change  With*departure of Cpl. John  Decker to the RCMP Nanaimo  detachment and the impending  departure of Const. Ken Robinson, to the UBC detachment  in Vancouver there will be;  two new members of the  RCMP taking over in,Gibsons  area.  One will be Cpl. G.R. Rug-  glea who has had considerable  experience on: the prairies and  in British Columbia. Cpl. Riig-  gles is here now. The ptiher  member, to come, is. Const. L.  Hok who is due any day!  A U.S. professor says .there,  is, no relationship between juvenile delinquency, and schopl  vandalism. The kids are just  bored, tie says. Another khid ol  board, used pn the seat pf their,  pants., might help.  .;....    ,-St:'.-.*..    *  :  More tfcw* 500 delegates are*,  expected,-tp attend, the annual,  cpnyention pf, the Canadia*.  Dairy. Council, at. MpntreaL  Should be,a jump in milk cqh-..  sumption that week ��� or will  there?  The,pilo|.of a CF-105 jet, on  a flight from.Tprontp to Otta-,  w?a, is said,to,have flbvi/n at(*r  speed exceeding. 1,000 mileip  an hour. He must have been in  a hurry, but Toronto isn't.that  bad.  ��S�� ���__�� *A*'  ^       t��       -r-  ..... The? JNavajo;. tribal . cpunqJL  has.moved to halt union organization ariiong; the Navajo In^  dians. Council said the Navaj��  lacks the educational attains  ment to understand union affair�� and: could be exploited.  Just the Navaj os ?  Church parade  for Kiwanis  Kiwanis will hold their annual church parade Sunday,,  Sept. If at St. Bartholomew's  Anglican chufch, Rev. Mr. Harris, minister of the church will f  have a special message for the  Kiwanis.  On Sept. 9 at Danny's Din-'  ing  Room   it   will   be   Ladies  Night and Jack H. Murton, dis-    .  trict    governor   will ..be^  the  speaker.  . Major Arthur Pitcher, commanding officer of the Temple  Corps, Vancouver, Salvation  Army, was guest speaker at  this week's Kiwanis luncheon. ;  He was a really fine speaker  and much enjoyed.  Sept. 9 will be a red  letter  day for the Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club.  Lieutenant-Gover-    J  nor   Stan  Collier will   accompany the district  gov'erner of  Kiwanis     International,     Mr.  Jack    Murton,   who    will   be  guest speaker. Mr. Murton will  inspect  the   Kiwanis Crippled  Children's camp while here. It -  will   be ladies   night so   that    ,  they too may enjoy   this outstanding affair.  Members of the club were  entertained last week at a dinner at the Crippled Children'e  camp, guests of the staff, and  it was a very pleasant evening.  Mr. and Mrs. Harlod Wilson  represented the Sunshine Coast  Kiwanis   club   at  the   district  convention in   Tacpma where  seme 1,100 gathered.  The annual value of the forest  industries to the people of British Columbia is well over a half  a billion dollars.  Credit men rheet  ���  , . i    ���   .    r i   ( * t t     /  The Merchants, Credit Association of the Sunshine Coast  will hpld a dinner meeting,  Sept. .10 in the Peninsula Hotel, Sunshine Coast Highway,  starting at 7:30 p.m. with a  business session to follow.-  Important items: will be  brought up for discussion and  it is expected there will be a  good attendance so these matters can be dealt with. 2    Coast News, Sept. 4, 1953.  An ABC Weekly ������-,���..��.  Published by Secheli Peninsula News Ltd.,  every Thursday, at Gibsons, B.C.  Box 128, Gibsons, B.C., Phone 45Q  FRED CRUICE, Editor and Publisher  DON DONAGHAN, Advertising Manager  Member B.C. Weekly Newspapers Advertising Bureau  Vancouver office, 508 Hornby St.. Phone MUtual 3-4742  Member Canadian Weekly Newspapers Association  and the B.C. division of C.W.N.A.  Authorized Second Class Mail, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Hates of Subscription: 12 mos., 2.50; 6 mos., $1.50; 3 mos., $1.00  limited Slates and Foreign, $3.00 per year. 5c per copy.  Fourth anniversary  Four years ago, the ownership of the Coast News changed hands. Present owners can only hope they have succeeded in  ���what they wanted to do ��� turn out a good weekly newspaper  lor the Sunshine Coast area.  Best indication that there has been,some success in this  direction is that circulation has increased several hundred, the.  advertising has increased, also improved, and the general tone  of the publication has not received any serious rebuff.  It is true some people have not been completely (satisfied.  However the strivings of the future will be such that one could  expect the people 'Who feel they have a grouse will overlook  weaknesses and point to the better side of the Coast News.  The publication world has its troubles like any other ac-  ���Jivity and they are no worse or better. An effort is made to con-  aider public feeling and the hope there is a general reciprocal  ���Seeling is all one can expect.  The next four years should prove interesting because the  district is expanding. There will be new trends1, new desires, new.  organizations and new pressures. The Coast News wants to be a  partner in this expansion, not for its own gain but for the gain  ��f the Sunshine Coast. The well-being of the community is of  more importance to the Coast News than a few shekels rattling  in the till.  SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT  While watching two lads cornered in a building which  they had apparently entered feloniously, scenes crowded the  ���mind which those two lads could have, if they would, profit by.  One concerned a cornered man who decided to shoot it  out. He finished with a bullet through the centre of his forehead.  Then there were two lads who thought they had committed a  perfect holdup which resulted in murder. They.stood in the prisoner's box, after months of detective work, diisplaying a penitence which was too late.  Another scene was. that of a woman whose life of crime  resulted in her taking the poison route* Her body lay on the floor  The coroner decided her end pfficially^S; . ;>  Then there was the boy from a resjpectable family who had  bo regard for law ��� until it caught"*up-with him. His family  went to great lengths to ease him out of his trouble but the magistrate thpught differently.  ��� The trail of such events ceuld fill the columns of this hews  paper but sufficient has been revealed here to warn ?would-be  wrong-doers that progress in a life of crime i|s easy and the final  reward is lasting ��� iike.that of the man with?a bullet, through.^  ���..-Us head or the woman lying dead because the law came too close  or like that of many "guests" Wthe nearest penitentiary...-if: ���  y -. .  It is) not expected' what is written here >wili convert anybody to a life minus crime but it is passed on just in cagei there  might be some person in whose mind the thought might germinate into something of benefit to themselves at Wst,  NOTICE OF LEASE BY AUCTION  Notice is hereby given that the right to acquire a 'lease, for  residential purposes, of the following 'described parcels* located oh  Ruby and Sakinaw Lakes will be determined'by:  PUBLIC   AUCTION  to be held at the Court House, Vancouver, B.C., at 2:00 p.m., Pacific  Daylight Saving Time Wednesday, September 24th,* 1958.  A':: Blocks C,D, j), F of id 459$ Group l;''Ne\V: Westmakster _Sis-  trict, (located on Ruby Lake) ; ���>��� yy  BlocKs;'A,:G;D,E^F,*G,H of Lot 5397, Group 1, ?New, Westminster District,   (located on Ruby Lake)   -,.        . -.- ���.'  '"' Blocks A,B, C,D,E,F, G,H,I of Lot 6663, Group 1, New  Westminster District,   (located on Sakinaw Lake)  Blocks A, B, C, T>, E, F, G, H of Lot 3249* Group 1, New West-,  -minster District, Misc. Plan 107   (located.on Sakinaw Lake) >      -  Blotfes* A, B, C, of Lot 6705, Group 1, New Westminster Dis-  ttrict, (located on Sakinaw Lake) .        "  Blocks A, B, C, D, of Lot-6706, Group 1, New. Wrestmirister  District,   (letted on Sakinaw Lake)   '������������ -        *.���?������ ?."���'������'  Blocks A, B; C, I> of Lot 6707, Group 1, New Westminster  District, (located on Sakinaw Lake)     '        >.-  ' Blocks A, Bv of Lot 16708, Group 1, New Wesfaninster^ District,  (located on Sakinaw Lake), -..-'.   ���.. ..-.,,'.. ...... .-...��.  TERIViS   AND   CONDITIONS  The annual rental-payable'On eacfer respe-ctive loV will be an-  awmced prior to~4he--auction; however, th^xrigHb 16 acquire a lease '  ���n any" individual parcel will be determined by-fray: of'bonus bids/  to he declared "by kftere-bed parties at the-time of auction.' The right  <sf any one party tp acquire a. lease over arparcel will be decided on.  the��basis of the highest bonus bid- ���-   -...-.��� In .addition to?the renuttshce of a bonus bid, a sum equal to  ���the amount of the first annual rental,- plus -a $5.00 statutory-.liease  fee, will ^alW-he payable by .the successful, lessee at the time, of  -taction.   *'   ,',:���! ���._.:;.-���;������-. ,y'>.���������".']  ��� ...���..,'���;  AH leases issued) will be for a period of twenty^ne years, for  ���residential purposes, at the annual rentals announced prior to the  auction. The rentals quoted will be payable annually _or'the first'  five years and thereafter may be subject to adjustment by the Lessor  for each successive five-year period. . .���"'.���..  fThe. right to acquire ailease over any of the lots listed herein  "���sail be confined to one lot per person.  All payments made at the time of auction must be in cash  or** 3iy certified cheque. Uncertified cheques will not be accepted.  Further information may be obtained from the Land Coih-  *a__3sioner/ (Government Agent), Court House, Vancouver, or from  "_he Superintendent of Lands, Department of Lands and Ferests,  Victoria, B.C.  Victoria, B.C. E. W. BASSETT,  26th August, 1958. Deputy Minister bf Lands  Light luggage boon  whentrafel continuous  (By Thomas Huxnphries)  At 9 a.ni. April 24 we boarded a T.C.A. Super Constellation plane for a non-stop flight  to Toronto, having carefully  weighed our baggage before  leaving home to make sure  that we had not more than 80  lbs. between us. This enforced limitation of our baggage  proved to be a boon and blessing to us throughout our trip  as we were continually on the  move and we could always handle our own baggage if neces  sary.  It was a fine sunny morning  when we left Vancouver but  we ran into cloud before reaching the Rockies. However at  21,000 feet we were above the  clouds and in brilliant sun-'  . shine all the way to Toronto  where we landed at 7 p.m. EST.  Apart from the noise it was a  very comfortable flight the  whole way and we were served  a delicious lunch by the stewardess about 1 p.m.  Malton Airport is about 15  miles from Toronto and we  took the Airport bus in to our  hotel. Friday, April 25, we  spent visiting friends in Toronto and seeing the points of  interest and on Saturday April  26, .we took the bus out to Malton Airport and caught the  11:15 plane to Ottawa, This  plane was a Viscount and was  very much quieter than . the  Constellation.  Again lunch was served on  board and we had a very pleasant flight at a comparatively  low" elevation which enabled  us'to have a bird's eye view  of the Ontario countryside,  woods, lakes, farms and rivers  all.bathed, in sunshine.  Arriving . at the airport at  12:40 we found that the ride  into: Ottawa in the airport, bus  took almost as long as the  flight from Toronto. We were  fortunate in having a friend  in the foreign office ih Ottawa  to show us around the city. (Under his guidance we were conducted through the Parliament  Buildings, into ���. the. Senate and  Commons chambers, the library  and the Peace, Tower, from the  top of which we had a wonderful ; view ; of._ Qttawav On Sun  day we visited the governor-  general's residence, the prime  minister's residence and many  of the beautiful boulevards  and parks of Ottawa.  I was surprised to find how  familiar the points of interest  and drives round Ottawa were  from seeing so much of them  oh TV at the time of the  Queen's visit to Ottawa last  fall. My only previous experience of Ottawa had been a  quick -look at the Chateau  Laurier and the Parliament  buildings between trains. On  this visit I had an opportunity  of seeing what a beautiful city  Ottawa is, some of the parks  being especially attractive with  the daffodils in full bloom.  On Sunday evening we  boarded the CP.R.'s 'Canadian'  and arrived in Montreal-at 10  p.m. Monday, April 28 we  spent in Montreal visiting  friends, our last day in Canada for a while: It was a pretty full day as we did not get  get back to our hotel from one  of the new suburbs, Bale d'Ur-  fee, 25 miles out, until midnight. No night clubs for us as  we had to be up early next  morning to board our ship for  England.,  'The annual genteral meeting* of the Peninsula  Overture Concert Association will be held in  the United Church Hall, Gibsons, B.C., September 11th, i?958, at 8 p,m,  " BUSINESS:  Report on 1957-58 season;  Election of Officers;  General planning for 1958-59 season.  ALL MEMBERS, AND OTHER INTERESTED PERSONS,  ARE URGED TO ATTEND.  N. R. McKIBBIN, President  ROBERT BURNS, Secretary  Integration of Milling facilities in British Columbia has  taken place in a unique manner  making it possible to sort and  grade logs for their best possible  use.  Willing to borrow or buy  one ten gallon or two five gallon crocks. 'Phone. 45Q, Gibsons  Robert D. Wright, N.D.  NATUROPATHIC     PHYSICIAN  Graduate of  Cal.   Chiropractic   College,   Etc.  MON., WED., FRI.,���1 to 4 p.m.  or   any time by appointment  PHONE 172tW ��� GIBSONS  NO COLD FLOORS...  NO HOT CEILINGS.  THE STEADIEST, CLEANEST,  SAFEST NEAT YOU CAN BUY!  A. A. LLOYD  PENDER HARBOR, B.C.  GIBSONS HARDWARE  GIBSONS, B.C.  C &S SALES  sechelt; b.c.  By PAT WELSH  The suddeh'<quiet that has  descended- upon this area is  almost-deafening. The noise of  the outboards -and. the shouts  of happy children are heard no  more, most' of the- summer colony having--left earlier this;  week. Well, it was a long dry  hot summeri and- ^yen the  youngsters vrere looking for-  r ward to returning to schopl,  most unusual;.:   -  Mrs:' W. Dix and family have  returned   home,   also   the   C.  Daltons?*with-Jph_h.and Jeremy; .  the  ji.  Peayspns family;   the.,  Bilt Thorns, <3e*rry., Charles and  theii^ guests/ Nancy Begg and  ;  Mrj B.. Clayton.: The. Johnny   .  Simpsons and family; tdso the .  J. Cunliffes and Dpnald.-:Most  pf   the   surhmer   cblbhy���'���_ had  gone  by Monday.' Some will  keep their'homes open, coming  up weekends? to, enjoy   every  last minute'. ;?'.* '���.; ���'������'/  Grant   Hyndman   of   White  Rock was  weekend  guest   of?  Mrs.- Ii Hanley, while* the Bill  ;  Grundys hosted Mr. C. Urquv ?'  hart - pf Ontario  and Mr. and '.'<  Mrs?-Clare Barclay of Vancouver. ?...        .-  ���  Mrs. Tip Corson- guest of her  brother/ Mr. ,D.  Ross during  the past week, after an exten-  ,  save -European, tour,    during  which' she visited six countries.  ,  Colored slides were shown a.  grpup   pf  neighbors   showing  pictures from the time she left  Vancouver .until ishe; returned. ..  Desmond   Welsh .of   North.  Surrey [ came   up ..for  a   last  swim--and to- take -son ,Shane .  home .-Shane stayed with .his  grandparents; during the summer-months;  :v -        .;  ��� Also .--returning   home   this  weekend were Mr:- and. Mrs.  Jack  Scanloh,  guests   of;the  Frank Lyons this past week.  Mrsi L: Bath ;bf Welcome  Beach is visiting friends in  Calgary;*    -     -;  The V Welcome Beach Community society met on? August  30. Raffle tickets were drawn  and Mr��. D.P. Brown was winner of the comforter and Mrs.  P. Welsh tlie folding chair.  Proceeds will be presented to  the Centennial; Building committee. The flooring of the new  hall has 'been ordered and it is  hoped the hall will be completed this month.      .  The Redwel Ladies guild  next meeting is set for Sept. 3  in the Welcsme Beach Hall at  2 p.m. There will be an election of officers.  to CQnp&f^iy^ot^r:  (corwersion. period expires September  Avoid the last-minute rush .-.'. take-advantage of this  golden opportunity to get up to 50% more incdme im  your- Victory;-^an1?ifav<estttfeiit 1? ���. .:_d^^4uic]k^f*��!rvicf>:  Be_ your^es|i_e^.i^  If you hold'Sonde of :thte Sth^?6thv 7th; Sth or 9th  ^ictory^ Loans ��� with serial letter, beginning L7, L9^  P3v P5 br P7?^bririg them into your nearest B of M  branch todayJ We Will he>g!ad^ t��-cqnv_-t thfem for yoa.^  and to pay ydu yoxxf paish adjustmefitf immediately.  YbWdbn't have io he a B ofi M cJustbrner to take advantage of this se_vioe,-and youdon't pay ai penny lotifc  Don't  ��� ��� *  convert  ���    0    ��  ���    ���   ���  I  You can also buy Conversion  Loan Bonds for CASH...  ... ot waHcet prices ..'.' oiir tecHHies are reedily |  available for this purpose. |  "miii-ii'i   _a0-��^i B�����'Ha  Bank of Montreal  .^ncK-n  ��� >:  &&u&Ca& pfatf Z?&(4  Gibsons Branch:  Sechelt Branch:  EDWARD HENNIKER, Manager  DONALD McNAB, Manager  Port Mellon (Sub-Agency): Open on  Canadian Forest Products Ltd. semi-monthly paydays  WOSKING    W5TH    CANADIANS    SN    EVERY    WAlk'OF    LIFE    SINCE    1817  \  .    ,.���,,,���.���,.       .    ��� .-    .mil.,  paa-g ' HOME COOKING  Apple Pie ��� Mrs. J. Fitchett,  Mrs. L. Hartley.  ���Lemon' Pie ��� Mxs. H.  Thor-  burn, i/Lrs; M. Bowler. ".  Berry Pie���Mrs. C.  Stroshein.  Bread, white--Mrs. Blomgren,  Mrs. L. Hicks.  'Bread, brown���Mrs. 0. Blom-  gren,Mrs. D. Hicks.  Breai; rye ��� Mrs. A. Engen.  _>oughnuts, blazed ��� Mjs. O.  Blomgren.  -ffui-fc Loaf (yeast) ��� Mrs. C.  Strosheihj? )\.rs.. O. Blopagren.  Commercial and Sports  BOAT   RENTALS  BAPCO   PAINT  Interior & Marine  Hassans Store  PENDER HARBOUR 182  Rolls ��� Mrs. D.  Hicks, Mrs.  C. Stroshein.  Bran Kuffiiis ��� Mrs. D. Hicks,  Mrs.  G, J^oshein.  Baking Powder Biscuits���Mrs.  H? Thorburn,< Mrs. J. Fitchett.  Friiit  Cake, dark ~ Mrs. '0.  Hicks.  - Fruit: Cake, light ��� Mrs. D.  Ilicks.  Chocolate Layer Cake��� Mrs.  Elsie Johnson, Mrs. O.^Bloctngfeh.  Spice Cake ��� Mrs. Elsie Johnson;  Sponge Cake���Mrs. Elsie Johnson.  Angel Food ��� Mrs. D. Hicks,  Mrs. E. Johnson.  Chiffon Cake ��� Mrs. D. Hicks,  Mrs. C. Stroshein.  Jelly Roll ��� Mrs. C. Stroshein.  Date  & Nut Loaf ��� Mrs. F.  Chaster, Mrs. 0. Blomgren.  Fruit Loaf ��� Mrs. S. Dawe.  Rolled Cookies���Mrs. O. Blomgren.  Drop Chides-���Mrs. A. Engen,  ' Mrs. H. Thorburn.  Gingerbread ��� Mrs. H. Thorburn, Mrs. M. Strom.  Bars���Mrs. O. Blomgren, Mrs.  A. Engen.  BUY DIRECT FROM  THE MILL AND SAVE  LUMBER   &   BUILDING   SUPPLIES  Giroday Sawmills Ltd.  Vancouver  PHONE  1803 Granville   BAY 214)  SECHELT THEATRE  FRIDAY, SEPT.  5���7  & 9  p-m.  '     JACK PALANCE  'House of Numbers'  SATURDAY, SEPT; 6���--7 -ft 9 p.m.  GEORGE MONTGOMERY ��� MEG RANDALL  last of the Badmen'  M0N_, TUES., SEPT. 8 ft 9 ��� B? p-m.  GARY COOPER ��� DOROTHY McGUIRE  Another Time Another Place'  WED., THURS.  SEPT. 10 & 11 ��� 8 p.m.  LANA TURNER ��� BARRY SULLIVAN  *rSi_-__. Ji_.:-fti^tt. ___.:_.._. .v  REGULAR ADMISSION  ���>^*'��^^WA<V��^MWi^^^>W^IS^W>W^W^^^fta��VV^W^I^��VM^WW^  MADEIRA PARK STORE  FOR QUALITY AND VALUE  T-BONE  lb.  GROUND STEAK���,..  59C It).  LEAN  STEW   BEEF ��fy$ |b���  WEINERS 39C lb.  -.     ,   _  .                        . t       ,   . -      :���'������,*:        "   ,.     ���   ..  DELMAR it*                lE-lii*  MARGARINE  .... -��  lbs-   P5?V  RALEIGH ' *%+ _-fc  CORN   BEEF         ��5*V   tin  SALAD DRESSING 16 oz.  33c  BACK TO SCHOOL SUPPLIES  Scribblers -��� Dictionaries  Paints ��� Pens ��� Lunch Kits  ED ELI VER  Phone PENDER HARBOR 251  Macaroons ��� Mrs. A. Engen.  Sfuandard Brands, cake ��� Mr_.  . J. Wyngaert, Mi's. E. Johnson,  Standard Brands, white bread  ���Mrs. P. Hicks,. Mrs. O. Blomgren, Mrs. C. Stroshein.  Standard Brands, brown breadl  ���Mrs. O. Blomgren. Mrs. L. Hartley, Mrs. I). Hicks.  Santfard Brands, milk rolls ���  Mrs/D. Hicks, Mrs. O. Blomgren,  Mrs. C. Stroshein.  Standard Brands,, cinnamon  puns ��� Mrs. D. Hicks, Mrs. Q.  Blomgren, Mrs. J. Wyngaert.  Candies, fudge���Mrs. D. Hicks,  Mrs. H. Thorbiirn.  Special, white fruit cake���Mrs.  J>. Hicks.  ymy:  Canned Tomatoes,.���-M$ft? J  Fitchett,   Mrs.  C.  S^shein^  Canned Peas & Carrots���-Mrs.  Lee Hartley.  Canned ' Mixed Vegetables ���  Mrs. D. HickSi.' \  Bread. & ButterRckles���Mrs.,  L. Coates, Mrs. Lee Har-tiey.  Pickled Beets ��� Mr^  C.  Sttp-  sheih; Mrs. L.'. Hartley; s  Pickled Onions���Mrs. H. Thor-  burn, Mrs. Fitchett.  Pickled .Cucumbers ��� Mrs. J.  Wyngaert, Mrs. C. Stroshein.  Mustard   Pickles,   sweet���Mrs.  J. Wyngaert, Mrs. M. Huhtala.  Green Tomato Pickle���Mrs. C.  Stroshein.  Mixed Pickle Relish���Mrs. L.  Hartley, Mrs. Stroshein. "  ��I>i_ls���Mrs. Cecil   Chamberlin,  Mrs."J. Wyngaert;.  Citron   Preserves ��� Mrs. J.  Wyngaert.  Apricot Jam���Mrs. O. Giersh,  Mrs. A. E.. Ritchey.  Blackberry   Jam ��� Mrs.   O.  Giersh, Mrs. C. Stroshein.  Black Currant Jam���Mrs. A. ll.  Ritchey.  , Strawberry Jam���Mrs. Cecil  Chamberlin, Mrs. Clare Chamberlin. '  Raspberry   Jam���Mrs.  Giersh,  Mrs. Stroshein.  Loganberry Jam ��� Mrs? Stro-  sh'v'-v'  Plum Jam���Mrs. Cecil  Chamberlin, Mrs. A. E. Ritchey.   __P4��_  jtsiiy^^aixa. j_i_ie  J _ mi-  son, Ms. A. E. Ritchey.  Raspberry Jelly ��� Mrs. A.  iSngens.  Red Currant Jelly���Mrs. A. E.  Riifechey, Mrs. L. Wray.  Loganberry Jelly ��� Mrs. C.  Stroshein.  Lemon Cujrd���Mrs. Bert Cole.  Butter���Mrs. Cecil Chamberlin, Mrs. L. Wray.  Eggs���Mrs. J. Wyngaert, Mrs.  M. Towler.  Special,whole green beans ���  Mrs. Dennis  Hicks.  fully marked kitteins, one yellow, one white with black tail,  three black and white and  three tortoise shell. Mrs. Jordan would like to find homes  for these kittens. Anyone interested should contact Mrs.  Jordan, R.R. 1, Gibsons, or Mrs.  Johnston at the Gower Point  Store.  Mail Orders Givesn Prompt  Attention  Work done on the Premises  Phone Sechelt 96  Don't Say Bread  -.  >&i>  Cat left to starve  Mrs. Jordan, R.R. 1, Gibsons, befriended a young mother cat who was left to starve  in the woods. The cat is beau-  NORMAN STEWART  Local Sales Rep.      �����  R. R. 1, GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 189  Canned Poufltry ��� Mrs. Elsie  Johnson, Mrs. S. Naradyk.  Canned Fish ��� Mrs. E. Fiedler.  Canned Apricotts ��� Mrs. D.  Crosby, Mrs. A. Mann.  Canned Blackberries, domestic���  Mrs. D. Crosby. Mrs. C. Stroshein.  Canned Blackberries, wild ;���  Mrs. L. Coates, Mrs. Clare Chamberlin.  Canned Cherries���Mrs. J. Wyngaert, Mrs.   E.  Johnson.  Canned Loganberries���Mrs. C.  Stroshein. . ���  Canned: Peaches ��� Mrs.  J.  Fitchett,  Mrs.   Stroshein.  Canned Pears���Mrs. Stroshein..  Canned Plums or Prunes���Mrs.  C. Stroshein..  Canned Raspberries ��� Mrs. K.  Coates.  Mrs. C. Stroshein.  Canned Strawberries ��� Mrs.  Clare  Chamberlin.  Canned String Beans, whole���  Mrs. D. Hicks.  Canned String Beans, green  cut ��� Mrs. D. Hicks, Mrs. E.  Fiedler.  Canned Sttring Beans, wax,  whole���Mrs. D. Hicks, Mrs.' C.  Stroshein.  Canned Sialng Beans, wax, cut  Mrs. C. Stroshein. Mrs. E. Fiedler.      .../  Canned Peas���Mrs. S. Topham.  Canned Corn���Mrs. C. Strbs-  hen, Mrs. J. Fitchett.  Canned Beets���Mrs. Stroshein,  Mrs. Fiedller. V  SAME NIGHT  SAME TIWE  SAME PLACE  tan* Bingo  THURSDAY,, SEPT.  4 ���Gibsons School Hall ���8 p.m. Sharp  BIG BASH PRIZES  $5 ��� $10 - $15 - $25 - $50  Don't Miss First Game - $10  Sunshine Coast  Welfare Fund  \ last year  There I was-all set to do the laundry  (a big one too) and no hot water!  Now that we have an automatic  storage water heater, we've got  all the hot water we need  for the laundry, house-cleaning  ���    chores, dishes, baths/ and  ��� the hundred and one other  things you need hot  water for every day.  B.C.ELECTBIC  ~   Se^Ty-attir plumber or appliance  ftealer about enjoying plenty of hot  water from an automatic electric  storage water beater ��� the  greatest feleftsln? in tb�� borne  S700-EO  For Best Deal in Eiectrlcal Appliances Call  RlCHTEirS  RADIO   &  TV   CENTRE  Phone Sechelt 6  PARKERfS  HARDWARE,  Sechelt  Phone Sechelt 51  WOOD   HARDWARE   &   APPLIANCES  Phone GIBSONS 32 jjnrmti  JUNIOR -��� Home-Cooking  Rolls ��� Bonnie Stroshein.  Bran Muffins ��� Bonnie Stroshein, Carolee Johnson.  Drop Cookies ��� Bonnie Stroshein Dianne Fiedler.  Gingerbread  ��� Bonnie   Stroshein, Penny Strom.  Date   & Nut  Loaf ��� Bonnie  Stroshein Shirley Fiedler.  Baking Powder Biscuits���Bon-  lie Stroshein, Mary Oviatt.  Plain Rolled Cookies ��� Jenny  >viatt, Mary Oviatt.  Macaroons���Bonnie   Stroshein.  ��   Apple Pie ��� Bonnie Stroshein.  Jam ���  Bonnie Stroshein.  Canned Fruit ��� Bonnie Stro-  hein.  Fudge   ���   Bonnie   Stroshein,:  Dianne Fiedler.  White Layer Cake ��� Bonnie  Stroshein, Dianne Fiedler.  Jelly Roll ��� Bonnie Stroshein.  Bread, white .��� Bonnie Stroshein.  Bread, brown ���' Bonnie Stro-  ehein.  Special, Apple Pie ��� Bonnie  Stroshein.  JUNIOR GARDEN CLUB  J  Flowers  Marigolds���Sharon McCartney,  LyndarLou Chamberlin.  Nastui1iums---Lyn<ia-Lou;    Chamberlin, Dinah Coates.  Sweet Peas ��� Sharon McGart-  Sharon McCart  ney.  Snapdragons  ney.  Zinnias ��� Sharon McCartney,  Lynda-Lou Chamberlin.  -.-.:...,*���   Vegetables  . Bush Beans ��� Ray Coates,  Dinah Coates.  Beets���Lynda-Lou Chaniberhn,  Sharon Mc'Cartney.  Peas ��� Ray Coajfces, Dinah  Coates.  Lettuce ��� Sharon McCartney,  Dinah Coates.  Swiss Chard���Sharon McCartney, Diane Fiedler.  Carrots ��� Sharon McCartney.  Shirley Fiedler.  Pottatoes���Sharon McCartney,  Ray Coates.  Printed Pattern  9372  36-90  tlf��fcf.i--���� ilia*  h  Our easy Printed Pattern ������  adds a bright, new look to your  daytime wardrobe! jiffy-sew this  cool, smart frock for around-the-  hoxGse activities. Especially de-.  signed to flatter larger figures  from size 36 through 50.  Prinited Pattern 9372: Women's  Sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 444, 46, 48,  50. Size 36 takes Wa yards 35-  iri'ch.  Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate.  Send FIFTY CENTS (50c) in  coins (stamps cannot be accepted} for this pattern. Please print  plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS,  STYLE NUMBER.  Send your order to MARIAN  MARTIN, care of The Coast  News, Pattern Dept., 60 Front  St. West, Toronto, Ont.  Tomatoes, green���Shirley Fiedler, Ray Coates.  Tomatoes, ripe -��� Ray Coates,  Shirley  FiedUer.  Special, Potaffeoes��� Sharon McCartney.  JUNIOR OPEN ,  Flowers, Vegetables and Fruit  Marigolds���Sharon McCartney,  Bonnie Stroshein.  Gladioli���Teddy Strom.  Garden Flowers���Teddy'Strom.  Asters���Bonnie   Stroshein.  Wild Flowers���Sharon McCartney, Mary Oviatt.  Wild Grasses ��� Jennie Oviatt.  Vegetables  ,_��tush Beans���Ray Coaffces.  Bush Beans���LeRoy Hartley.  Carrots ��� LeRoy Hartley,  Sharon McCartney.  Swiss Chard���Sharon McCartney.  Cucumbers���Mary Oviatiti, Bonnie Stroshein.  Potatoes���Sharon McCartney,  LeRoy Hartley.  Tomatoes, green���LeRoy Hartley.  Tomatoes, ripe ��� Marvin  Skytte.  Pumpkin���LeRoy Hartley.  Special, Cucumbers ��� Mary  Oviatt. - .   . ���  .  Fruit  Native Berries ��� Sharon McCartney, Ray Coartes.  JUNIOR   NEEDLEWORK  Apron: Jenny Oviatt.  Embroidery:. Jenny Oviatt.  Spool Mat: Bonnie Thorburn  Any Article: Sylvia Wilson.  Family Competition: Mr. A.  R. West.  SCHOOL WORK  i  Grade 1, Printing Sample:  Beverley Walker, Gina Bennett; Exercise Book, Reading  Book, Deborah Docker; Arithmetic Book: Mike Corley.  Grade 2. Writing & Illustration: David Peers, Susan Pu-  chalski; Reading Exercise Book  Francis West, Brenda Wein-  handl.  Grade 3. Writing Sample;  Lorna Snedlon, Janet Lloyd;  Arithmetic Book: M_arie Tuffnell, Nanette Berdahl; Illustration: Thelma Volen, Graham  Auger; Paper Construction:  Thelma Volen, Wendy Inglis.  Grade 4. Writing Sample: Pat  Sladey, Jennie Oviatt; Social  Studies: Denise Crosby, Ger-  aldine Winn; Crayon Illustration, Jo-Ann Nygren, Pat Sladey; Hand Manipulated 'Puppets, Lynda Docker, Jennie  Oviatt.  Grade 5. Writing Sample:  Shirley Gooldrup, Peter Lee;  Social Studies Book: Patricia  Wool, Nancy Leslie; Self Portraits: Francis Dickson, Saridy  Hately; Jointed Papier Mache  Doll: Edith Ayles, Sharon Sol-  nik; Papier Mache Masks; Brian Furuya,  Stanley MacLeod.  Grade 6. Writing Sample  Sharon McCartney, Patricia S.  Language Exercise Book: Carol Crowhrust, Linda Peterson;  Centennial Poster: Ross Gust,  Karl Jonston, Pat Malyea, Billy Wilson, Group Special, Lynda  Lcken,  Dianne McDonald;  Soap Carving: Rita Bracewell,  Melody McDannald.  Grade 7. English Book Report: Carol Moorhouse, Patty  Smits; Science Notebook: Ber-  nice Liste, Carol Moorhouse.  Grade 7, 8, 9. Home Economics: Dell Ritchey, Sandra Nystrom.  Gr^ade 10. H.P.D. 20 Career  Study: Jean Gibb.  Grade 10. 11, 12. Home Economics, Sandra Peterson, Barbara Aune, Joyce Inglis, Myrna Hetherington.  Grade- 11. Booklet, Centennial B.C. Myrna Hetherington,  Barbara Olson; Clerical Prac-.  tice, Letter booklet: Trudy  Preuss; H.P.D. 30 Home Planning Booklet: Sandra > Russe,  Diane Doren.  English, Bernard Olson, Special.  WiTMSMOKeS!  / The number of chippers turning residue wood into usable  pulp chips in the Coastal Regions  of British Columbia has increased three times in the past few  years.  cau  X  Large or small, your 3% wartime Victory Bond  can bring extra benefits to you and Canada now.  Exchange ilt todays-earn up to 50% more interest.  Choose from four maturities.  See your BANK, INVESTMENT DEALER, STOCKBROKER, TRUST OR LOAN COMPANY* Coast News, Sept. 4, 1958.    5  1��> words;for< 55 -cents-plus  three cents a word over 15. This  includes   name   and   address.  Cards of Thanks, Engagements..  In Memoriams and Births - up  to 50 words $1.00 per insertion  3c per word over 50.  Cash with order. A charge of  10 cents is made for billing.  Classified   advertisements .accepted up to 5 p.m. Tuesdays.  Legals .������yll cents, per count  line   for   first   insertion.    13  cents per count line for each  consecutive insertion.  Consecutive rates available.  Classified  display ���������'���������77c per  column inch.  COMING EVENTS  Sept. 8. L.A. to Guides and  Brownies meet at the home of  Mns. V. Wilson, Gibsons, 2 p.m.  Oct. 25. Arbutus Rebekah  Lodge No. 76, Annual Fall Bazaar.  CARD  OF  THANKS  Celia ?Noiitio,' the? .Dogwood  Cafe, take^ this opportunity of  thanking- all the kind? friends  who have, helped her get started in business again after the  fire. She especially thanks the  Headlands Service Club and  Mrs. Kinney.  LOST  Clinker built boat, approximately 14 ft., white paint, license No. 13__22923. Reward.  Phone Dickens 7902.  FOUND  Wrist watch, hear Gibsons. Apply Gibsons P.O. Box 253.  HELP WANTED  We need bowlers for Ball and.  Chain league., Fri. 9. - 11 .p.m.  Phone" Gibsons 93X or Sechelt  124F.  Reliable   person  to   care   for  house  and  1   child, sleep in, Z.  weekends? .off 1'. Phone  Gibsons  220G after 5; /,.'-' ;���;   : /���>..  WORK WANTED  -    ��� <'<:  '   ��� - ���    ... i i......-. ��� i        ..-_���'���������.__.  ..-I...��� ���_���>  Girl 16 will baby sit, do housework, or, odd j jobs,, after, school  nights or weekends. Phone Sechelt 44G.:���'-* 4-28-c  BO^ATS FOR SALE  W|jl built 1J6 ?4?jclmkerbuilt.  bo��t. 7 hp.;/(Briggs'*��� Stratton;  (njaarine). Hull fuily; iibreglass-  edivCan be seen at F.W. Stone's  Secret Cove. Price $450 or,  near offer. " ���  ANNOUNCEMENT  ��� ^COPYING " ~~~  Another modern service has  beep, added to the F.eninsyMri]  Almost anything .typed, iwii^  text* or drawn ��� even ^;<]b9*t^  sides ��� can now be copied  photo exact at  TRADERS' ACCOUNTING  SYNDICATE  Gibsons 251  BURGLAR'S FRUSTRATION  Fireproof, ^burglar proof cash  bo-je;   Ans.'aiar-ming' pbuy; a>t  ji>    ^iyy^xMy ���> y.yy-  TRADER'S ACCOUNTING  STNtHCATE; ,%  ��� �����-������;'::���!_'��� .:���'-v.1 Uy  '^k'1"'1  Chests of drawers, middle  slides, $18.50 and "up; lawn  chairs, screen doorg,. anythipg,  inZZi furniture and- -cabiBiets.'  Saisws filed. Galley's Woodwork  toyshop, Gibsons 212W.  ��� '        MAX PROPS*  CHARTERER -M^OU-VTA-IT  ������a .''V  *>. 3346-W^^;41st;-^v^*;  Vahcbiiver, B.C.-  Telephone  KE4999M  Gibsons 151  TIMBER CRUISING ;v,  K.M. Bell, 1987 Cornwall m,  Vancouver   9,   Phone   CEdar  0663.   yyy.A yrZyyy,:jAA^  ��� 4j*. H-.   ������_;������*.   ������-lV ������.������,. -���������.-.���..,-��� .'..'.V ��� ���_���.-_-'  Spray and brush painting, Al-  so^paper ^h^nging. J.; .l^eihus.,,  Phone Gibsons 33? 4-6-1  Cd&STRUCT_QN  ���^"   BUILDING & ROAD  CONSTRUCTION  Dump  trucks for  hire,   sand,  gravel and crushed ,rock.  BULLDOZING}/   >  ROY GREGGS  Halfmoon   Bay,,, ?hv   Sechelt  189G.     . :\yyyyyyy yy"  A       RAN VERNON       >.:.;���'  Construction ��� Alterations  Repairs ��� Concrete work  Sand, gravel & cr. rock.  Special price.... on   gravel   fill.  Gibsons 173Q: tfn  WANTED  Used furniture, or.what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gifo-  sons Phone 243* ; y.  PRINTING       "'   '  TOTEM FLASHES  Totem Realty for service  that . really satisfies. Three  salespersons on duty, no waiting. All bonded, licensed and  know every part of the Sunshine Coast ��� including Sechelt.  You will really love this ���  a charrning modern home, triple insulated, electric heat, electric hot water, 2 large bedrooms, utility room, spacious  living room with magnificent  view windows, h. a r, d w o o d  floors, carport, large lot, garden, lawns, and located on a  grand beach, on main highway.  We feel it's the best buy up  here at $12,600.  Another outstanding view  lot right here in Gibsons, only  $700.  5   lots at Hopkins on main  road, water, lights, phone available, good view, only $800 _  each. <  $1550 full price, 10 acres,  older type home...  $4200 full price, $1500 down  cottage and rented cabin, 308  feet road frontage, good well,  lights, phone.  10�� acres, really nice land  only $950.  Small    house,    cabin,    outbuildings,  furniture,  one acre  land main highway. Only $1350  , terms   $650  down, balance as  rent.'   '������. *  Pender Harbour, 132 feet  waterfrontage, land runs back  over 1200 feet, good moorage,  only $2150. . ���,'���.  $1250 ^down, balance easy  terms, very nice 2 bedroom  home .with nice view, level,  near beach, here in Gibsons.  Many other very attractive  listings. .Drop in and let us  tell you about them and show  them to you.  T6TEM REALTY  Gibsons. B.C.  JOHN  COLERIDGE  REALTY  Since 1945  (NOTAH Y y U JtSLIC)  Call at   ���"'  Georgian Block, near P.O.  Phone 37 & 199, Gibsons  DRUMMOND REALTY~~  For rent: Small home, school  road area, $45 monthly, newly  decorated.  Always has good buys  Notary Public  Gibsons Phone 39  WANTED  TO RENT  WANTED TO RENT ��� 2 bedroom house.  Gibsons area. Will  ������ lease. Phone 45Q.  TO RENT  Furnished suite, heater. Gibsons 63.  1 bedroom suite, with bathroom, at Seacrest, $35 month.  Now vacant. Phone Gibsons  117X.  BOARD AND ROOM  Room and board available for  respectable, gentleman. Mrs.  Soos, Sechelt.  FOR SALE  Renown oil range and Beatty  ironer. Gibsons 63.  Italian .prunes. Wyngaert Poultry farm, Gibsons 167.  DIRECTORY (Continued)  ~~ C. E   SICOTTE  BULLDOZING    SERVICE  .   Land  Clearing  Road Building -..���������  Logging .��� Landscaping  FREE   ESTIMATES  Phone 232 ���Gibsons  "       TELEVISION  sales'And service  Dependable Service  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� TV  Fine Home Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record Bar  Phone 6 Sechelt  Good upright Wormworth piano. $195. Apply Mrs. Mary  Donald, Granthams.  6 room new waterfront house,  2 jbedrqoms, full, cement base-  ; ment,- fireplace in living room  [ and basement,; built-in kitchen,  cabinets, "stainless; steel double  sink, modern   plumbing, laun-  ; dry tubs in basement. Fully insulated   and  partly furnished.  Apply local real estate firms.  -.-���.. -tyyyy Ay yi>:y: <y4-2i-P:,  , , will swap  1951 Chev dump truck in  excelljpnt shape rf,or good sea  front lot on Sechel- Peninsula. Phono Secheli 10  t  pr6p��rty wAnted  Waterfront 2 bedroom cottage  '., with water, etc. * Reasonable?  ���* for -cash. No agents. Bo* 517^  Coast News.  ,   ���? WANTED!I!   y  Waterfront    properly    anywhere   on   the    Peninsula.  Customers waiting.      Z;..-?>.;  SECHELT INSURANCE  AGENCIES  Tom burto  Sechelt 22 or 153  INSURANCE  Save up to 20% ��� OR MORE  ������ on insurance for your, home;  contents, liability. We do. it  with. "SINGLE PACKAGE!*  policy. Ask now. No obligation.  Dc> it.today..;       ?"/:   'Ai. -  v f'   ^TOM DUFFY  SECHELT INSURANCE  -     AGENCIES  . Phone Sechelt 22 or 158.  Fire, Auto, Liability. Prompt  courteous service. Totem'Realty, Gibsons  - BUILDING SUPPLIES  ESMOND LUMBER CO. LTD  ... for5air Building Supplies. Spec-  rializihg in Plywood. rContract-  :. ors ehqiiiries solicited.  Phone ���  or wire orders collect. 3600 E.  Hastings St. Vancouver. Glen-  burn 1500.  ���- WATCH REPAIRS ' '  Watch and Jewelry Repairs  Marine Men's Wear. Agent-  for W. H. Grass i.e. Fast  reliable service. tto  For Guaranteed Watch and  Jewelry  Repairs,   See   Chris's  Your    printer ' is    as near as    Jewelers, Sechelt. Work  done  your telephone at 45-Q.  on the premises.  tfn  Jap (marine) stationary motor  with shaft and prop* $100; full  set waterless cook ware, $20;  Phillips comb, player $50; lot  of soil pipe, 50c per foot. Ph.  Pender Harbour 498. 2-4-p  Italian prune plums, 11 cents  per pound.   W,A.   Youngson,  Sechelt, Phone 111.  FRESH   EGGS!   Candled, and  graded  at farm prices.: Bring  along   egg -cartons.  Wyngaert  . Poultry Farm/ Gibsons 167.  3-28-p  COMPOST! Prepare your garden > compost now for next  spring, with added poultry manure. For prices call Gibsons  167. Wyngaert Poultry Farm.          3-28-p  Radiator,    generator,     starter  andiall.parts, from ,39 and 49  . Chev. Qibsojna - 74A.*.:���������  DO YOU KNOW? ".  You cani buy hen s at 25c lb.  live weight. 2 doe. small eggs  for the price of oneidoz. large  at __la-hdef? Farms, Gibsons 270.  We'll pluck- your i b?irds. fp> 5c  lb: tfn  Coal.and wood stove, good con-  , ditipn; ,$.25., ..Haddock'sr: Madeira Park.  Used electric and gas ranges,  also pjl .ranges. C ..& S S;ales,  Phone Secheltv.3>   ; V;.?.��� y-  Service Fuels. Large loads,  good alder,: some fir. Phone  Gibsons .17-&Q.  s..?..     <Z  DIRECTORY  *���- r-it-r -.Vf  ^rJi    ���  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing^ Grading, Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth.  FOR RENT  Arches, Jacks, Pumps  Phone Gibsons 176, .-.  Home .and  Industrial .Wiring  .. Electrical Heating  Radios, Appliances, TV Service  GIBSONS    ELECTRIC  i    ., Phone. 130  Au-horised GE Dealer  Traders' Accounting  "Syndicate    *-'���:���?  PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS  STATIONERY-SUPPLIES  Gibsons (above Post Office)  .;;;.,..,.    ;;?.���.-PiO*-BQX-258  Vancouver ��� 207 W. Hastings  Phone ������������2. Gibsons 251  (res)  285  ��� Vancouver   MA-1719  ^      (reshFR-4657^     ;  Hours - 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p^rn.  C and" S SA1 -ESJ SERVICE  ZZZZ'l  Agents; Fori  Pronane yQife.  .Combination Gas Ranges  Sales and   InstaMations  Free Estimates  Electric and Gas Hot Plates  C     FURNITURE  LINOLEUMS  , Phone 3 Sechelt  GTBSONS  BUILDING SUPBLIES  LTD.  "WE   C^.RRY   THE   STOCK"  Phone  Gibsons   53  LET US HELP YOU  PLAN NOW  Electrical work  all types  .  SIM  ELECTRIC LT��.  Phone Sechelt 161  Eves. 130 or 18R.  John Tom  DAVIS & ROBILLIARD  Sechelt, B.C.  Electrical Contractors  "Do it yourself?"  "We con-du-it best!"  Commercial, Industrial and  Residential Wiring and Repairs  Electrical Heating installed  Phones: Office: 23.  Res: 146G and 59F.  THRIFTEE   STORES  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.   '  Headquarters for  Wool  Phone Gibsons 34F  Notions ��� Cards ��� Toys  Miscellaneous Gifts  PENINSULA '  ACCOUNTING SEEVICE  Ail Types of Accounting  Problems   Expertly   Attended .  Village Enterprises Bldg.  Sechelt  Office Open 9 a.m. ��� 5 p.m.  Daily  Phone Sechelt 37  CHIMNEY   &  OIL STOVES  .�� SERVICED  ;���'���  .     Gibsons 177K  MARSHALL'S  PLUMBING  1HEATTNG &   SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 134,, 104, or 33  GtBSONS PLUMBING  - Heating... Plumbing ; ,.  Quick, efficient service  ,:     Phone Gibsons 98R.   y..  A^M. CAMPBELL'  T REFRIGERATION  SALES AND SERVICE  :   Commercial    Domestic  , ., .Wilson Creek  ��� -.   Phone Sechelt- 83Q  '-���  HILL'S  MACHINE; "SHOP  '������������'' Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs,  Arc, Acy. Welding     ?  Precision- Machinists  Phone 54'"'.      Residence 1S2  PENINSULA TELEVISION  ?A^>vRadio and^ry^   j-;    ���  SALES..8e SERVICE  Phon�� Gibsons 303;  DORIS BEAUTY SALON  GIBSONS '  "Up to date hair styiing  '-'��� : >:,? ..'������ Permanerittf' .-..���-'���. ;*. ?.-'���'  For appomtmenfc;Plv'Gibsons 38  PENINSULA    CLEANERS  CUaaers for the Secfeolt  ?-���"���'.���>������.�����.-Peninsule   Z* ���-.���':;.;.-^  Phone:}A''  '���" ?'  Gibsons 100  "  STANLEY W. DICKSON  Accountant*and Auditor-  GARDEN BAY  PENDER HARBOJJR.  (Next; to Lloyd's^ Store)  Phone Pender Harbour 353  .'.'... LET; US HELP YOU  ^PLANNOW  ��� For your Construction Needs  ������-./;���    ��All types?of ���'-:-'v ���;'!--5  BUILDING or ALTERATIONS  and LIGHT GRADING   ,.������=:  Smith 8c Peterson Consttuctloa  '.  y, y--''Z    __id.-?;    *���;������"��� yy  Phone 28, 85 or 90Q, Gibsons  -~vr+~  Sun-Co Electric Co. Ltd.  For anything  electrical  " .. ^calj,?:  Wiring and Heating  We serve the Peninsula  Dave Gregerson, phone Pender  . Harbour 392  Bob Little, Phone Gibsons 182.  DJ. ROY, P. Eng��� B.C.L.S.  LAND- ENGINEERING  _       StlRVE-p  P.O. Box 57, Gibsons  1334 West Pender St.,  Vancouver 5. MU 3-7477.  RESIDUE USED  'I In the early days, world demand for wood "products was  not strong eneugh to pay for  extracting small logs or broken  material. Tod**ty much of this  residue depends on this Province's ability to keep costs down  in a competitive world export  market.  Gibsons Social Welfare Club  8 p-m. ��� TUESDAY,  SEPT. 9  AT THE  GIBSONS  NEW   FALL   SCHEDULE  WED. - FRI-- SAT.  Rink Available for Group Skating  MON, TUES. & THURS. EVENINGS  Transportation Can Be Arranged  Pbone GIBSONS 88W  FOR  HUNTERS - WOODSMEN  With the famous "CAT   TREAD" sole  NO   GREASING - SOFT ��� PLIABLE  Z. Six Months Guarantee -  \.i.,:    .      >--'���'/  MEN'S AND BOYS' DRE3S SHOES  *���..��� X  iA\:zf^  '-���  ODD SIZES -- 1/3 OFF  .ira  yy ���'.::: ���'���>��� ^l1IONE?f?ECIltet/_'  iJ/'-lV;'.   '     .1'..'   ' V   4.'. -  --   -' >":-  ...    .--'-.-V     '-'     i     ���''  '-f .'.:T ���-'��� -iC*.' ��� ���'������ ffyy-iy' ��� :';;?;*'-"i  more  enioyment  naturally  SICKS' CAPIL.ANO 2  BREWERY LIMITED  58-48  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the .Liquor  Control Board or by the Government of .British Columbia. ��-=-? 6    Coast News, Sept. 4,  1SJ58;  SECHELT KINSMEN  Donations received by any Kinsmen or  phone Sechelt 133W  ASSORTED BABY FOOD  7C tin  GIBSONS  STARTING WED. SEPT. 10  GIBSONS   LEGION   HALL  MISS GORDON in attendance at 1.00 p.m. for new registrations  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ��� Phone Gibsons 78M-126F  Ii lie  ISi'iiilv for Winter?  GET READY  OIL STOVES  .___._.._ from $235.00  OIL HEATERS  from      89.95  (DUO-1BERM ��� FAWCETT)  COAL OIL HEATERS .........      34,95  PORTABLE ELECTRIC HEATERS  from $13.95  BE    PREPARED ��� You may take delivery  now or place deposit for future delivery.  BY ANNETTE MARLEAU  Mrs. G. Wiren, formerly senior elementary school teacher  here, will travel between Powell River and Port Mellon as  teacher's councillor. The new  teacher this year will be Mrs.  F. Skidmore,  of Hopkins.  Establishing a residence here  are Mr. and Mrs. T; Kennedy.  Formerly Mrs. Kennedy worked in Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Campbell, formerly of Hillside, have  moved into their beautiful new  home at Langdale. A  The fire fund, collected in  aid of those, who lost possessions in the Seaside fire, will  be distributed shortly.  Mrs. Dubois has arrived  home with her new son, accompanied by her daughter Eva  Marie  and her sister Frances.  David Doran will enter Qual-  icum College this term.  Larry O'Brien has enlisted  with the Navy and will report  in at Esquimalt, during the  week.  Labor Day weekend visitors  :   included   Mrs!  R.E.  Evans  of  Winnipeg, aunt of Mr. Hume,  and Mr. and Mrs. W;D. EVans  of North Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. D. Castons, of  ; North Surrey, visited Mr. and  Mrs. Manton. Mrs,.Castons is  : the former Vera Manton.'.������.  The new. hairdresser?of the  Artiste Shop iii Gibsbrisj Miss  Mary Roma.richok>_, was guest  of Ken ESdt.  Mr. arid-Mr$. Jack Henderson of Woodftbrey' visited "Mr.  and Mrfe. H. Bursey, travelling  here in their boat the "Har-  leah." .::  Sandra Petersen/ is home for  the new school'.term, after a  holiday inpAlberta and summer  work in Penticton. ?..  ?  Mr; and Mrs. Art Greggain,,  with    Wayne   and   Gail   are  home fromja  holiday to Penticton,   Red Deer and Saskatoon.'  Mr: and Mrs. G. Legft axe  home from a holiday, to -the  interior.  Mr. D, Ahdow toured? points  south along < the Oregon coast  for his vacation.  Guests of theC. Woods and  J. Caldersare the, family of  Mr. and Mrs. L. Wood, with  Terry, Linda, and Chris.?,  Bernice .Jennings" of  Ottawa,  also Mr. John Jeffries of Vic-  ������btjo'i  Bruce Redman is heme with  his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack  Redman. Bruce ha(s been  abroad and is in the Merchant  Navy.  FROM ENGLAND  WINS BIKE  From   Birkenhead   Ehgland, The ? Graham   Barber   shop  visiting Mr. and Mrs. Reg Ad- bicycle which featured the op-  ams,  is Mrs.  K.  Ashley, also ening of the,establishment was  Mrs. H. Cole and Jimmy Cole won by  Brian  Flumerfelt   of  ofy^ancbuve-c. Roberts Creek.  Mrs. M McNutt  Many old timers will be saddened to learn of the death of  Mrs. Margaret McNutt, who  passed away Saturday lasit at  the Vancouver General Hospital.  She lived for years in the  bay area of the Headlands di_>  trict. Following the death of  her husband she moved to  Wilson Creek.  She leaves three sons, Dave,  Fred and Jack and their families. Ih keeping with h��r  wishes her remains were cremated, following a private ceremony at the crematorium on  Tuesday.  WorSds Series ��� Football ��� f-Sew Programs  ON A  IOOF Sunshine Coast  Lodge No.  76 Meets Gibsons  ���   School Hall, 2nd and 4th  Wednesday each month.  Guaranteed Watch &  Jewelry Repairs ',  Mail -Orders Given.Prompt*  ���/A '.''''?-Attention;' ���_ '/'  Worl^.done q^?.ihe?Pjremisef ���  . rjiow ��� Seclieiti. 9tf ���?';'  ;   WE WILL ALLOW "c  UP TO  ON YOUR OLD SET  For Limited'Time  Phone Sechelt 6  ,_������..��� ;<Uv,  ,yt]-;'U;:;ia   l\iu.  !.i��'"?..��.  I'. .. i     If.  ��  ,f-? r*    f f   ������  f'   JT't  J___IU  itMKf^.J.,���_."��..;      .i,'..*     .-.' X('  I  CONStmNTLY nmmMV  JOHN WOOD  HARDWARE   &  APPLIANCES  Phone GIBSONS 32  BY MRS, A.A, FRENCH  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newton f  i and family, are oniholidaysrin  Vancouver.;  ',..-,.      .;,    .... .  Guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- Z  ry  Page   are  .Mr.   and   Mrs. ?  - Charles Phillips'.and .four sons ?  of Egmontj. also Mr. and Mrs.  A. Arsewuik;of Prince George. ;  Roy Erickson is in Vancou- i  ver for a short visit. .  Mrs. Anne Thomas  of- NeW  York is visiting-Mp; and Mrs, ?  James Posithelwaite.  Miss Karen Stockwell ? is  staying with her parents, Mr.  and Mrs. H. Stockwell. Karen  will be teaching in.New West-  ��� minster this year. Miss M. Eg-  gertson, who was oh,the;staff  here last year will-.be teaching  in  Cloverdale.  Mrs. L. Emerson is back  from New York where she ..attended the Jehovah Witnesses'  convention. The family will be  leaving Sechelt to live at Half- '-  moon Bay shortly.    ;      '   ...  Miss Marilyn Swaboda of  Vancouver is the guest of Miss  Margaret Sheridan. She is  quite a water nymph, spending  most of the time in the water.  At the French's is Sub-Lieutenant Pat Sigouin of the Roy-  . al  Canadian ���. Navy \ and   Miss  SCHOOL LUNCHES - WORK LUNCHES  The following item* will be sold at cost or less to make room  for faster moving items for the colder months.  These are the balance of stock purchased for children's summer  camps and will be discontinued by us for the winter.:  r  105 oz. Red  105 oz. Bartlett Pears - 105 ez.  oz.  ���  i  i  i  i  i  i  Play it safe and put your outboard motor or power  mower in our care this winter. Our factory-trained  mechanics will thoroughly check it over. They'll'  flush tbe fuel system arid gear case, check, clean and  reset spark plugs and ^breaker points, protect all  working parts with rust inhibiting oil and the entire  motor with rust preventative and check the propeller or cutting blade. You^l be free of winter  worry ��� all set for a carefree summer afloat.,  I  I  I  I  I  ���\... :;������:(  SPECIAL  OFFER  FOR 1 WEEK  ONLY  AD No. 6391  YOUR OUTBOARD OR MOWER  PICKED UP, CHECKED, CLEANED,  SERVICED, STORED AND DELIVERED  NEXT SPRING FROM $00.00.  1  I  PHONE SECHELT 10      WILSON CREEK  airs  wm;  FRAMES  . ASSEMBLED. : y  PLANING   HULLS    DESIGNED  By BRANDLMAYR  .  l-Vr-ft..��� $129150  16 ft.    ~      15bi5.br.  IT fly   ���      160-75  18 ft;   --���      185-;90 v  and 21 to  25ft. Kits  FiBREGLASS K.7S  10 ft. -- $1&25  12 fti ���-��� 20.25  14  ft. . ��� '.   3100  Fibreglass Epo'lux finishing  Fibreglass  Paint   for^t-iat, sliefc  Fibreglass finish  Boats in Complete or any. Stage  of Construction, from 8 ... to 25  ft.       '  AH Boating Equipment  WATER SKIS  <������ .7.V ���   ;������.'���'(   .   "*���_������������'���;   ;������'���   ��� "-.'.    -    ���>'.���.������  FasrmiSe ���: Boat; Works  ROBERTS  CREEK  GIBSONS 216Y  GALLONS & QUARTS  '  GALLONS,  rV!iracIe Wiiip, Heinz Mustard, Pineapple Tidbits  ? OPE^LitTEll-TO,-yy-yA  FREEZER  PACK  PURCHASERS  B-C/'Gr&^rf^/i^'eef.'Will be the best quality it has'ever been due  to the early spring and extremely dry summer. It should be  available and priced right shortly.  We Offer A Complete  - ��������?,..    '���'"!'  back guarantee on every  Beef cut to your requirements���- fast froxeii ���  wragyped and .abetted.  PliG2is  SECHELT 1

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