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Array Published in   Gibsons,  B,  C*  November 22, 195S    -  Volume 10, Number J& \X\  Provlastal kiferarar*  Victoria�� B��  C*  Serving the Growing  Sunshine Coasi  Woman at work  ���- In the Port Mellon operation  ef Canadian Forest -Products  Ltd., women take their place  Tsyith men in the scheme of producing high quality pulp for  domestic,; and foreign markets.  Women are employed primarily  in the control  depart-  win game  Elphinstone Cougars defeated Jack Kyle's Kitsilano basketball team in an "overtime  thriller Friday night, of last  week in Elphinstone High gym.  Playing their same airtight  defence coupled with a passing game, the score was. 11-11  at Jhalf-time and 15-15 at full  time; Then the Kits stepped  .o.ujLm^jj#.^aveK^me. and-tallied 5  ffve fast points but the Cougars *  \went one better and netted  three times' to give them six  points, making the final score  21-20 for Cougars. The thrillT  came in the overtime when  with 30 seconds to go the winning basket was tallied.  Senior girls fought back after a weak start but despite  outscoring the Grads in the second half they dropped the game  26-12.  No game is scheduled for  this week but on Sat. Dec. 1,  the Squamish team will play  the Cougars, which should be  an interesting game. v  Plan variety  concert  A Variety concert will be  given in Gibsons. Elementary  school hall Sat; Dec. 1, by the  ���teachers of music, drama and  dancing of the Sechelt Peninsula. This concert is in aid of  the Cancer Fund sponsored by  the; ladies^ of the Eastern Star.  A hand-blocked quilt will be-  raffled. ���   7     -r. y':  '''��� Several teachers, including  Mrs: Betty 'Allen, piano; Mrs.  C. Orcharde,; dancing and Mrs.  H. Critchell, elocution, X are  grooming %jfeirypupiis for this  event. Tinies cif Stratford Kindergarten yvvill also  perform.  - ment under Superintendent  W.W. Brown, this departnieht.  being responsible for product  quality  control.  Above, Miss Aliba Michel-  azza conducts a test to determine the ''hardness" of a pulp  sample from the chip digesters  These tests are made frequently at specified times and* given  to the digester cook, guiding  him through each digester operation.  T Miss ; Michelazza is a recent  arrival to Canada, a graduate  niirse, and like other women  members; of' the controlTstaff  does First Aid duty when called on!, for which ah are qualified according to Workmen's  Compensation Board standards.  10 members  frje*ifiitiatecl  i , On Friday of last week mem-  ) bers of Mt. Elphinstone DeMolay club assisted in the initiation of ten new members. The  initiation was held in Grand-  view Masonic temple in Vancouver.  Those initiated and receiving the DeMolay degree were  John B. Redtnan, Steven D.  Holland, Spencer C. and Lome  A. Wigard, William G. McDer-  mid, David L.R. Blake, Ken-  , neth V. Feidler, John W. Nasa-  dyk, Ernest D. Herrin, and Albert Sim.  W.W7. Holmes, J.P. Garlich  and F.W. Stenner, members of  the advisory council made the  trip .with the boys. There is  now a "total of 20 boys in the  Mount Elphinstone -club, and  the advisory council hopes, to  be able to apply early in the  new year for a charter. It takes .  25 members to be able to get a  charter. ���  Speaking classes  ^ey^t7wTPul>lic speaking  was the subject of a talk by  Wes THodgson before the Kinsmen chibat^itsTNov. 15 meeting in; Dahny'siy dining  room.  <;As a result Kinsmen have de-  ycided  to sponsor a course in  public speakmgT and those in-  :terested!: shbuld contact" Wally  Petersen at Gibsons 85.     . , 7  Norman Peterson was nominated ,.'chairman:- of. the., enter-  .^^nixejat committee for 7 the  Coming.year. .  ���>    7'V  Good stock  s aim  Members and friends of the  Junior Calf, Club' decided on  Nov. 16 to improve the livestock of the Peninsula, by going  in for Hereford stock, the white  face poll variety. '  The club will contact Mr.,  Muirhead, of Cloyerdaie, regarding the most advantageous  time for the purchase of heifers  When details are obtained, a  further meeting will, be announced.^. * ..    .   ,y  A  film  on   "Quality  Beef"  concluded the meeting of the ,  Kiwanis Sunshine Coast Junior  Calf Club,    .y:   '���%/  <!.'������:.    ��-���''  4 more issues  THOM&S  ALLEN  Thomas AllaijUof Granthams  Landing1,;; djed'pKW. 21, at" the  ShawTHome, Quesnel..|Fuxieral  Twill be held Saturday Morrting /  at  The  Nunn   and   Ttiomsoii -,.  Funeral home. It jstr^uesbSd  no flowers Ibe sejaiXX'X-XX: yA'^r  Mrs. Allan predeceased  him  in April. He leaves Fred Lind-  isey. -and  Mrs���r Jean  Twan  at*  Kelowna, Tfoster sorfand daughter. -  .Municipal nomination- dajr  for the villages of Gibsons an4  Sechelt will be,held Dec,6 and  nominations will be , accepted  at the respective municipal  halls -   -   -   .-/\t  In Sechelt, Commissioners  Frank Parker and Alex Lamb  will be resigning having serv?  ed their one year term,. an<j  early reports say that they wilt-  seek re-nomination for a twd?  year "term. a\ 'y    '���' '7 '"' -Ay T.yjT  In   Gibsons^   Commissioner^  Ritchey,' the' chaii^nah; 7B alien*  tine arid Crowhurst will be^fnk,,  signing and it is understood all  three may seek re-nominatibn.  Up to this point there has  been no sign in Gibsons of any)*  one contesting any of the three  /'���������' ' ��� ���  iseats on Gibsons Village Commission but in Sechelt there  have been rumblings that there  wpuld be more than two seefcr  . ing the seats but nothing definite will be known until honl-  ination day ;on Dec' 6.7���'-.     y'  LES WAY  DrPlayfair  Dr. J.A. Playfair was eleci-  ed president of Pender Harbour: district TBoard of Trade  at the annual meeting Nov. 1:27  Lloyd Davis was elected yicf-  president and Ian Woodburr*,  &cretary-treasurer. "V.  Mrs. Norman Lee, E.J. Leg  HarryReiter,, L. Kearley, Oliver Dubois, Tom Bryde, Len  Larsen,' E.E. Garvey;; John Bfec.  ker, EE;* Carpenter, Mrs. R.E.  Jermain and Missf Hassan  were named directors.  Royal Murdoch, retiring president reviewed the year's activities" and, thanked Norman  and Earnest Lee for the work  they had done freely in making a road to Sakinaw Lake.  He said much work still had to  be done and. this ^..year's: objective will be to improve wharf  and float accommodation to attract visitors. There was also  much more road development  to be done, he added.  One of the biggest Boy Scout  and'Cub functions to be held in  the Sunshine Coast area will  take place Friday evening  when Les Way, provincial president of Scouts and Cubs will  attend the Sunshine Coast Boy;  Scout association annual meeting in Roberts Creek Hall.  Announcement of Mr. Way's  visit was made by R. Ken Jordan, provincial executive commissioner in a letter to Magistrate A. Johnston, chairman of  the Sunshine Coast association.  Mr. Way will speak on Scouting and ,will also present trophies.       :'y ������������������: '���������;.  Present enrolment in this  district Is' 98T'7���ubs and 28  Scouts plus their .leaders. It is  anticipated parents will take7  this opportunity to learn something of: the Scout movement  through Mr. Way's appearance.  Third annua  game dinner  The third annual banquet of  the Sechelt Peninula Rod and  Gun club is scheduled for Sat.  Dec 8 in the Roberts Creek  Community hall and wiU be a  game dinner.  Catering will be done by Mrs.  Anne Gary of Sechelt.  Tickets are available from  the club secretary Bill'Rankin,  members of the club and business places in Sechelt.  Lou Fox reports there will  be several out-of-town gueste  among whom are Lee Straight,  Vancouver Sun's sports writer;  Frank Butler of the/ Provincial  Game Commission; Cpl Roy  Allan, local Game warden and  Hal Denton.  Music for dancing will be  by the Mellonaires.  Vancouver and other Pacific  Coast Centres will see the Grey  v Cup Football classic live on  television Saturday, it wast announced by ~E.J. Umphrey, Vice  president and director of sales  of the sponsoring eompbny  General Motors of Canada.  The live telecast as planned  by General Motors), will include  not only the.game but also all  the series of colorful; events  beforehand including the famous Grey Cup Parade.  To bring the telecastto viewers on the Pacific Coast, beginning at 9.30 a.m. Vancouver  time, General Motors and the  CBC are leasing lines to span  two-thirds of the width of the  continent������from Btiffalo to Seattle and thence into British  Columbia.  To allow the Coaot News  staff to see this1 game the office  and plant will be closed Saturday morning but will be open  Saturday afternoon from 1:30  p.m. '       - '  OGNIB?  Four corners gets you $50.  If your ticket number wins a  door prisze y*u get another $25  so one has a chance of winning  ���$V5. y "' '-  ���   ,  Where? At the Kiwanis Bingo Thursday night this! week in  the School hall.  The four 7 corners for $50  means" you '-must have the four  corners of Tybur Bingo' card  covered', to Twin.77 7  Rae * Kruse, Kiwanian in  charge of Bingo announces the  ticket, holder .must be present  when his number is called to  win the door prize of $25.  Selma Park  tea success  A successful Tea and Bazaar was held by the Selma  Park Community Centre on  Nov. 15. The door prize was  won by Mrs. W. Pearson of  Wilson Creek, tne coffee table  by Mrs. W. Kennedy and the  teapot by Mrs.Joss of Selma  Park.  ' The committee thanks all  who attended; donated and  helped. The regular business  meeting, of the Centre will be  held in the Hall Thurs. Nov. 22  at 8, prm. There will be a whist  drive on Sat. Nov. 24. /  Commissioner Ballentine  volunteered to be Centennial  Committee chairman until a  full-time committee can be appointed. Along with him on a  mporary basis) will be Ed Anderson, Jack Marshall and Ted  Henniker.  Mr. Ballentine volunteered  at a dinner. meeting of the  Board of Trade Monday night  in Danny's Dining Room. Ap-  r. pointment of a committee was  made at the suggestion.of Jerry.  Mathisen, regional consultant of  the ..Recreation Commission  which is also, working with the  Centennial Committee. Mr.  .Mathisen also gave the Board of  Trade various pointers as to  how.the committee can operate  and what it can do in a financial way, considering there wHi  be government grants involved.  During the coming weeks  The Coast News will be publishing extracts from the Centennial Committee booklet an  Community Organization XaS  B.C. Centennial celebrations.  For that reason Mr. Mathisenfs  remarks have not been reposed more fully.  at bazaar  The Women's Institute held  its annual bazaar and tea in a  Parish hall which was decorated with * Christmas greenery  and the various tables were  attractive with their disiplay of  Christmas merchandise.   "  The home eooking table specialized in Christmas cakes, the  sewing and. the novelty, tables  solved many a gift problem  with their "'assortment of aprons  ranging from the utility style  to the dainty cocktail aprons,  a good stock of embroidered  pillow cases, knitting, children's  wear and novelty gifts including fine chiha^ and fragrant  , spaps. The touch and take table;  was full of surprises and bar-  :;gains.. ���  ��� yTTj^jCMjdyTt^ ,  hall was loaded with luscious  home made fudge, jellied candies; and nougets.  Appealing to the tiny tots  were the gum-drop people  made from gum-drops and life  savers, and the dollie table  gay with balloons and daintily  dressed dolls.  Following the busy shopping  tour of the bazaar, the crowds  enjoyed a pleasant visit together at the tea tables with Mrs.  Corlett, Mrs. Tyson and Mrs.  Brown serving.  Lucky ticket holders were  Mrs. Bain, cake ticket 333: Mrs.  Griff is, cake ticket 344: Mrs. W.  Holmes, ; hamper, ticket 144;  Mrs. B. Faris, picture ticket 31  and Mrs. Reg Adams, door  prize ticket 60.  Mathisen  not happy  Addressing the Board zHt  Trade at its Monday night dinner meeting in Danny's Dining  Room, Jerry Mathisen, regioiffll  consultant of the Recreations  Commission stated quite frankly that he was hot too happy  about the Gibsons Recreation!  Committee which he said was  the only one out of 20 in his  region that had fallen by the  wayside.  He said that owing to quarterly reports not having foeen  made out the Gibsons committee had lost its right tothe $75  grant each quarter, making :a  total loss of $150.  It was suggested that some  form of reorganization shoulfi  take place.  $8,000  building  An $8,000 building , pernfifc  has been issued by the Sech&t  Village Commission toPenina**'  la Contractors,' Ltd. for : the  erection of an office, and \yaf��f��  'house '^uiiding ~6nPorpoise Bay  road north of the Peninsula  Lagging Supplies building.  This building is to be occupied by Peninsula BuildLtjg  Supply, ���Chief Caldwell's firm.  An amendment to the Municipal Hall building expenditure bylaw was given its Shirii  reading and passedat the- Nov.  7 meeting to permit the purchase of office equipment. t  The clerk was instructed to  obtain sketches and prices for  suitable signs for placemehe at  the Municipal Hall at Cowrie  St. and Inlet Avenue.  ore joining  M  Fire Brigade  At the last meeting of the  Gibsons Village Commission,  Commissioner Mylroie reported  that attendance at firehall!  meetings was perking up and  there was the possibility of  more volunteers joining.  It was also suggested that  some recognition of the volunteer fire brigade work should  be made and a dinner for the  men and their wives would be  in order. ,  At the same meeting the bylaw amending the traffic bylaw  was given final reading and  sent to Victoria for approval  and verification. Accounts totalling $870 -were ordered paid.  Fair meeting  A meeting of the Sunshine:  Coast Fall Fair committee will  be held in the Parish hall at  8 p.m. Friday when the two  delegates to the annual meeting of the B.C. Fairs association will report on what transpired. These delegates were  Roy Malyea, the president -and  William Haley.     ��  It was arranged at an earlier  meeting that next year's ' fair  would be for two days -vmly  and the dates would be Fridajr  and Saturday, August 16 ahii  17.  MORRISON TO SPEAK -  Rev. R.R. Morrison who  preached an impressive sermon  at the induction service if or  Rev..David Donaldson, of Gibson Memorial United Church  will again preach in that  church.  He will deliver the sermon  at the 11 a.m. Sunday service.  PTA debate  Elphinstone PTA debate on  "Accredited Schools" . has stirred considerable interest among  parents ahd teachers so it is  expected there will be quite a  crowd at Elphinstone High  school, 8 p.m., Nov. 28, when  two teams of three persons debate the subject.  A teacher, parent '.and student will make up each of the  two sides of the panel and the  debate will centre on whether  pupils should pass grades without writing exams.  Rare violin  Arthur Poison, who will visit Gibswns an Dec. 7 will be  playing on a superb Nicolas  .Galliagno violin, valued at more  than $7000. He will be the first  artist in the Overture Concerts  series.    -  The instrument, loaned -to  the artist by Sam Collins of  Vancouver, was: built by the  master violin-maker in 1777,  It was apparently commissioned by a,church, and the instru-  hient is inscribed with a fleur-  de-lis, :ah unusual" decoration  for an instrument of that period. -������������ f    ���������    ���  It is characterized by a large  sweet sound, and a magnificent  yfinisb. ,'Mahy experts' on ancient violins believe that the  varnish with which *he gY��Sfc  artisans finL��.!hcd their instrii-  ments account $of the" superior tone quality. .z Coast Mzws  Life's Darkest Moment  A VEBSTES CLASSIC  Published by Secheli Peninsula News Ltd.,  every Thursday, at Gibsons, B.C.  Member Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association  and the B.C. division of C.W.N.A.  Box 128. Gibsons, B.C. Phone 45Q  FRED CRUICE, Editor and Publisher  DO WORTMAN, Advertising Manager  Jtuihorized Second Class Mail. Post Office Department. Otiawa.  Ulates of Subscription: 12 mos., $2;    6 mos., $1.25;   3 mos., 75c.  bailed Slates and Foreign, $2.50 per year. 5c per copy.  Municipal affairs will come to the front now that Sechelt and  ���Jibsons will have village commissioners resigning soon because  their terms are up. Thrtee seats -will be open in Gibsons arid t>$>  ���'Si Sechelt.  Various people have suggested this paper should whoop  things up municipally-and get some interest in the campaigns if  and when there is an election. We have been asked to resurrect  tsfae Ratepayers' association, something which would be interesting  ���But definitely not up to the Coast News to do.  There are those pedple who maintain the Coast News is a, lea-  <$er of thought and a moulder of public opinion. They may be correct in this assumption. This implies there must be some public  bought or opinion to work on. So far, the editor has found one  ;��Sem on which to upbraid Gibsons' municipal government now  and again, and that is the garbage problem, which niay be on its  ���way towards a solution: But beyond that what else is there on  which to write? ���  If The Coast News came flat-footed to praise Commissioner  Ballentine for the excellent work he has done on roads this year  ��ar to praise Chairman Ritchey for his driving force as chairman,  gat Commissoiner Crowhurst on the back for his efforts to keep  fJKe waterworks at top efficiency and give Commissioners Wilson  and Mylroie praise for the work done in their various departments  --���there would be someone who would spread! the word The Coast  iSews was "in the pay".of the village commissioned and would  5aot give any opposition a fair break. ��  Formation of a Ratepayers' Association is not a matter for  &fc& paper. It is up to the ratepayers themselves. This paper hasi  ao axe to grind municipally inside or outside the Village Commission. When there is need for a Ratepayers' Association we shall  anore than likely have one. The present situation no doubt speaks  TSir itself. We have no Ratepayers' Association and it does not  sippear that >one is needed.  Once again there must be some thought or public opinion  #n which to work before one can take -sides1. From the editor's  observations Gibsons and Sechelt should be congratulated on the  ���calibre of the individuals that make up their Village, Commissions.  3S anyone has any other "thought or opinion" on the matter it will  gnake interesting reading. Put it to paper, sign your name to it and  send it to The Coast News. It mght help "whoop up" a campaign.  Nasser just a puppet  Apparently the stand taken by this paper on the crisis over  &e"Suez Canal met with approval in some quarters' because, it  Mas been, learned that a copy of the last editorial in this subject  <3a's been mailed to Sir Anthony Eden, prime minister of Great  Britain.  If further background is required by readers as to why this  gaper took the stand it did, here is what Mr. Thornycroft, chief  government spokesman, said in the House of Commons on Nov.  "There is one explanation of the Russian dismay at these  ��vets. Her plans included, and I think are now shown to have  included, the take-over of the Middle East, using Nasser as her  instrument.  "Certainly our intervention showed that Egypt had been  armed to the teeth by Russia. The truth is now apparent. We in-  Sfervened to stop a war, and we perhaps stopped it in tlie nick  '���af time before the Egyptian air force, organized by Russia, ran  amok in the Middle East.  "I think Nasser intended to achieve his aims not simply by  aonquest but by internal revolution.stirred on by' propaganda in  i&e Arab world. He intended the extermination of the State of  Ssrael. That was his firm purpose. The Israelis can claim, at least  with some force of logic behind them, that their intention waste1  strike the dagger from the hand of the assassin."  This seems like a reasonable statement. Perhaps it might'  ijeem unreasonable to some because the Western World has stymied the Russians,, whose "peace-loving" Machiavellian leaders,  'ifc use polite language, failed to "liberate" the Arab world. Take  Sour choice as to the meaning of the word "liberate", We leari to  1f��e Oxford dictionary meaning and not the Moscow version. T  Ml|W��WMMBaW^tl��y^^yg^liBi|gmilM  NOTICE  New Bus  Schedule  EFFECTIVE: Dec. 7,  1956  The new Schedule may be seen at the  TICiCET OFFICE,; GIBSONS WHARF or  SECHELT MOTOR TRANSPORT OFFICE, SdCheli  PACXFSC STAGE��.LINES DEgQT, Vandwiv*r B.C. or  BUS DEPOTV POWELL HtVER- B.C:  Any objections to this schedule maiy be filed with  the Motor Carriers Branch of the Public'I^^ties  Commission, 1740 West Georgia Street, TVanciuver*  within 14 days from date "of thia newspaper issue  i  R��  k  Dated at Sechelt B.C.  Nov,. 22. 1956  YOUMG   AVW,   ARc^bu   QOihiG  WOODS AMD SLAUGHTER *PoOR  ANIMALS  AHD'OUR.  D��AR UTfLB  FRIENDS? YOU SHOULD  BE.  ASHAM6Q OF^ORSfi-LF/  HOW   WOULD   YOU  LIKE  IT-  IP YOU VlE&e A   HELPLESS X'  LITTLE SQUIftfiieL. OR A  PAhLlNG   ejRDiey AMD A  BAD BOY WITH A-BiG GUN  sound   philosophy in the   old     2.  Coast News, Nov 22, 1956  hymn:   ���'  ; ���������;���: ,-. -. ;���  "Each Victory will help you  Some other to win.'��  Can we control our thinking? I feel isure we can. I don't  claim to have arrived myself  but  I'm getting there.  Our, quotation  today   is  by  Charles   H. Spurgeon;   "Good  thoughts .are   blessed   guests, /  welcome   them  and   feed the  well."  I.O.O.F. Sunshine Coast  Lodge No .76 meets Gibson's Legion Hall 2nd and  4th Friday each month.  Read Tlie Real Estate Column  On The Want Ad Page.  rfie Neyj a\& riftle';:-[;  -jfte OPENING CF Ifce-p ������  iHUhiTiNQ  SGA5QH,  CORPORATION of VILLMI  MUNICIPALITY nf GIBSONS LaNDINI  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  gj&tfmsr'  START THE DAY RIGHT  A cheerful, good-natured old  man was asked the secret of  his happines. He replied: "I  haven't any. great secret. When  I get up in the morning I have  two.choices, either to be happy/  or unhappy. I choose to be happy and that is all there is to it."  Norman V. Peale, who tells  the story, admits that it does  seem oversimplified. For most '  people life isn't as simple,as  that but the idea that we can  control our thinking is not new  nor has it been often under-  (Stood. Yet the ancients believed  and taught thought control and  Shakespeare made Hamlet ex- ���  press a profound truth when,  regarding a certain line of  thought,  he   said:   "That   way  madness lies."  ���*���*������*��� ���'>  If    we     entertain   ��� certain.,  thoughts long enough they become part of us and sooner, or.  later find expression in action.;  There is a wealth qf truth in:  the  old  proverb.   "Your  feet  will   follow    your   thoughts."  ���'';Cha'rlesv'parwirijWn^ed~up in ;  these   words;   "The  beginning  of all moral culture is' the be-;  lief that we   can   control  our'  thoughts'."  It it a good thing to start  the day right.. More than half  the battle is won if we get off  tp a good start. It isn't any  Imore difficult to select our  morning thoughts than it is to  turn the radio on to the program we prefer, and it ought  hot to be more difficult to reject negative thinking if we  really want to. This is what  Paul meant when he urged the  Corinthians to: "Bring into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ." (2 Corinthians 10:5)  *     *     *.���'-.  More than half a century ago  it was said of Robert Louis  Stevenson that when he entered into a room it was as if another candle had been lighted.  We have all known people like  that and their cheerfulness was  riot superficial, it was the outward expression of an inner  happiness; of thinking that  which was wholesome and contagious. Right thinking had become habitual.  I am not foolish enough to  think that control is easy, but  I do believe that once a clear-  cut decision has been reached*  healthy, happy thinking can be  so established that, almost automatically negative thoughts can  be refused admission. I am sure  that thousands of people, have  reached, a .place where the mind  is open to the highest and..-the  best and where there is no place  for malicious or evil thinking  There  is  an  admonition  in  the   Bible   against   harbouring  evil    thoughts.    To    harbour  means to'.'.'.welccmieT and enter;  .tain.  The ���defii^tij implication  neo^is^ha^lhere.' is^ no��need;to-vy  open the door of ourmihjjs and  ���admit these dangerous guests.  We can reject thfem as easily  as we turn off the radio and select another station,  ���*:  '���������" '���'.''  Knocking other people . gets  to be a habit. A lady told that  her twelve-year-old daughter  said to her one morning on the  way to church: "I wonder who  our minister will knock this  morning." The girl wasn't try  ing to be funny or sarcastic, but  she knew what to expect. She  knew the man's habits of  thought were negative.  We are creatures of habit;  we tend to do the same things  over and over.. This applies to  good habits as well as bad ones;  and especially to habits of the  mind.   There   was   wealth   of  ; MMMMWMManHMaMMiM  For Guaranteed"  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S   JEWELERS  Work  done  on  the  Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  TAKE NOTICE that nominations for the election of three  Village Commissioners, for a two-year t���^ cornmehcinjg  January 1st, 1957, will be held in the Municipal Hah, Gibsons, B.C:, on the: sixth (6th); day of Decemher, 1956, from  Ten o'clock in the forenoon until Twelve o'clock noon. Nomination forms as prescribed may be obtained on application.  to the Municipal Clerk. Nominations shall be signed by at  least two persons whose names appear on the latest Revised Municipal Voters' List. Nomination forms, as presented;  shall have attached a statement signed by the nominee declaring himself to be qualified under the Schedule to the  Village Municipalities Act for the Office'-of-Village Com-"  missioner, and his acceptance of nomination;. ��� . ��� ;��� >  ��� ".*'������'    '"���      '   ���'��� ..'... .....  Balloting, if required,, will be held in* the Municipal. Hall  on the fifteenth day of December, 1956, from Nine o'clock  in the forenoon Until Seven o'clock in the afternoon.  ROBERT BURNS  Returning' Officer  t B B  ibsons Schoo  p.ma Shar  Coast Kiwanis  Welfare  SUPERIOR  The very dry, white runt  that blends perfectly where heavy,  old-fashioned rum* might fear  to blend.. ��� in cocktails...  with your favourite mixer... or,  test its superb lightness arid  dryness "on the rock*"  \- ���_���  MEICH2RS      DISTILL  IES,      II MIT E 0  fhk edwrtfanaeM h wf publbhvd ���? displayed by tfea Lt^ver Control Board w by tf>�� Govanunest of British Cofonbta*  iiiihihiiiiiihhiiimiihii ��m��  m  mi>n   i n   -���   -  ���    n i  r - mi -    r -r ' r ~ - -���  V ���'.''":      VANCOUVER LAND  RECORDING DISTRICT  TAKE ��NOTICE   that- Guy  Xawreifce   of   Westview,   B.C.  retired telegrapher . intends to  apply for permission   to purchase  the  following   described  lands, situate on Sakinaw Lake  on the East shore thereof; commencing at a post planted on  the  North East corner of Lot  3248; thence. 10"chains' North;  thence 6  chains West; thence  10    chains    South; thence    6  ��� chains East to the point of commencement, for the purpose of  a summer home.  GUY  LAWRENCE  ��� Dated November  12th. 1956  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE  '   LAND  In Land Recording District of  ' Vancouver  On  East  shore   of  T Sakinaw ,Lake TAKE NOTICE  that Mary Edna Lewis of Sum-  merlandj B.C., occupation  Housewife intends to apply for  permission to purchase the fol-  liowing( described lands:-^-  Commencing at a post planted 5 Chains East of North East T  ': of D.L.  5974,  G.P.   1, N..W.D.  : thence East "5 chains; thence  (South 10 Chains; thence West  5 Chains; thence North 10  Chains to point of commencement and containing 5 acres,;  snore ol less.  r, "Hie purpose ffor which the  land ig y regirixjj&d is Slimmer  Home.T.        ������������������'  Mary Edna Lewis  Dated 16th November, 1956  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO '''  APPLY TO PURCHASE  LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver  On East shore  of  Sakinaw Lake TAKE NOTICE  that George  Floyd   Lewis  of  Summerland  B.C.,   occupation  Technician intends to apply for  permission tb.purchase the following deiscribed lands1.���  Commencing at a post planted At Northeast corner of DL.  5974, G.P. 1, N.W.D- thence  Eas^ 5 chains; thence South 10  chains; thence West 5 chains;  thence   North   10   Chains   To  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE  LAND  In Land Recording District; of  Vancouver   On  East  shore   of  Sakinaw Lake TAKE NOTICE  that Robert Jerry  Wismer  of  Vancouver     B.C.,    occupation  Shipping Agent intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands;  Commencing at a post planted 20   Chains   East  of   North  East pf D.L, 5974 G.P,. 1 N-W-D.  thence East 5  Chains;  thence  South 10 Chains; thence West  5 . Chains;;   thence   North    10  chains \o point of commencement and  containing" 5  acres,  more or less  The purpose for which the  land is required is Summer  Home.  Robert Jerry Wismer  Dated 16th November, 1956  HADDOCKS at PENDER  for  SPARK PLUGS  IGNITION PARTS  PHONE  PENDER   122  Coast News, Nov.. 22, 1956 ��  A new $10,000 per yeas  grant to the University of BXL  by Sherritt-Gordon Mines LH.  for work in mining and metallurgy was announced at UBC  recently.  SECHELT PENINSULA BOB I Gl  3rd Annual  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE  .'���"���.  :      LAND     .A.  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate on west  shore of Sakinaw Lake, vicinity of D.L. 4591 Gp.l, N.W.D.  TAKE NOTICE that Terence  (Hockley of Aldergrove, B.C.,  occupation Logging Contractor  intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described lands:���     .  Commencing Tat a post plant-  ed^.abbut 5 chains North Vpn  shore of Sakinaw Lake f��bm  staking by D.E.J. Collyer;  thence East 13 chains to shore;  ;thence.-North. .5. chains-along  shorfe; thence 18 chains West;  thence 3 chains South to shore;  thence South Easterly along  shore to point of commencement and containing 7.5 act es,  snore or less.  The purpose for which the  land is. required is Summer  Homesite.  T. Hockley  Dated November 10th, 1956  NoWcE^F^iNiii^TlbNTb  APPLY TO PURCHASE  >    .LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate on west  LARGEST   SINGLE-STOREY  BUILDING under one roof in  Western     Canada ���    Crown^.  Zellerbach Canada    Limited's-  Richmond box and paper cony  vferting division ��� was offic-|r  ially opened Tuesday,    Septy  25. Main building of the plant��  located on the south arm 'XoiX  the  Fraser    River   15    milej��  south ot Vancouver, cover 8Vz^  acres.  At  peak season,   more  than 600 people are employed,  producing a variety of products ranging from paper  board boxes and cartons to  labjle napkins, paper towels,  waxed breadwrap and fruit:  wrap.  UBC now  2nd largest  Enrolment at the University  of B.C. has swelled to 7623  making UBC Canada's second  largest English speaking Uni-  PER.CIVAL'.'-- REITER versity. ,  , Increases were  particularly  St. Mary's Anglican .Church. : noted in the'facuities >t>f'Forest-  SAT. DEG. 8  TICKETS are LIMITED!  GET YOURS NOW from BILL RANKIN  or from any member, or Parker's Hardware,  C&S Sales, Sechelt Tea Room.  Make sure you are not disappointed!  mm  point of   commencement,   and  containing   5   acresi   more   or ..,.. shore of Sakinaw Lake, vicin-  less.---���;  The purpose for which the  land   is   required   is  Summer  Home. ,  Gedrge  Floyd Lewis  Dated 16th November, 1956  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE  LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver Ori East shore of  (Sakinaw Lake TAKE NOTICE  that George Richardson Lewisi  of Vancouver B.C., occupation  Student (U.B.C.) intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post, planted 10 Chains TEast of North  East of D.L. 5974, G.P. 1,  N.W.D. thence East 5 Chains:  thence South 10 Chains; thence  West 5 Chains; thence North  10 Chains io point of commencement and containing 5  acres, more or less.  The purpose for which the  land is required is Summer  Home.  Geoi'ge  Richardson  Lewis  Dated 16th November, 1956  ity of D:L. 4591 Gp.l, N;W.D7  TAKE NOTICE that James  Collyer of R.R. 3 Cloyerdale,  B.C., occupation Retired intends to apply for peraiission  to purchase the following described lands :���  Commencing at a post planted about 16 chains S.W. of S.W.  corner of D.L. 2998 Gp.l.  N.W.D. oru shore of Sakinaw  Lake thence in a general Easterly and Northerly direction  following shore to a point, about  4 chains North of an Easterly  projection of the commencement point; thence West about  8 chains t0 shore; thence South  along shore to point of commencement and containing 3.2  acres, more or less.  Ihe purpose for which the ,  land is   required  is   Summer  Homesite.,  James Collyer  Dated November 10th; 1956  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE  7y;y7,:...:.:LANp' -x!'y.  In Land Recording District bf  Vancouver, Oh \East shore of  S^in^vyLa|ce TAKE ;NOTICE  that Kathleen Alice Wismer of  Vancouver B.C., occupation  Housewife intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following, 7described lands:���;  ^Commencing at a post plant-  edTi^Chairis; East of North  TEast vpf: ;b.L7 5974, G.P. 1  N.W.DTT thence East 5 chains;  thence South 10 Chains; thence  West-TSYiiChaih^ thence NTorth  10 ��� Ch^insyto-vpoint of commencement iand ��� containing 5  acres, more or les.  The;T purpose for which the  larid: is'"required is - Summer  xuxne.'XXAXr.yyy.'y: ���;' .yy'--    ....;,  Kathleen Alice Wisnier  Dated 16th November, T1956 777  NOTICE  OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE  LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate on west  shore of Sakinaw Lake, vicinity of D.L. 4591 Gp.l, N.W.D..  TAKE NOTICE that Donald  E.J. Collyer of New We&tmin-  ister, B.C., occupation Life Underwriter intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post planted about 4 chains North on  shore of Sakinaw Lake from  staking by James Collyer;  thence East about, 8 chains to  shore; thence about 5 chains  North along shore; thence  about 13 chains West to shore;  thence South ' alongshore to.  point of commenceipent and  containing 5 acres, more or  less.  The purpose for which the  land is', required is �� Summer  Homesite'. 7 ��� ���   , .'  D.E.J. Collyer  Dated November 10th,  1956  . at Pender Harbour was beautifully  decorated Tw��thy autumn,.  flowers Jfor Tthe   ^edlihg; 'Pf 7  Jacqueline  Mabel   Reiter   and  Robert Ian Perceval, Saturday,  T Nov: 3 at 7:00^p��n. TRev. ^P?nr  on Green officiated, uniting" in  marriage the daughter of Mr.  and'Mrs. H. Reiter and the son  of Mr. arid Mrs. C. Perceval.  -The bride's lovely ballerina  gown, in dr&ped frdnt panel effect,' ' was of tulle f and imported  lace with elbow length veiling  niisted :fromTa daihty jewelled  coronet headdressi/; She carried  a bouquet of red roses and  white carnations  Patricia Reiter, sister of-the  bride, was maid of honor ahd  .wore a larkspur blue gown  fashioned of taffeta with luminous net overlay. Miss Marie  Higgihs, weariri'g" daffodil ���yei- '���'  low net and taffetai was bridesmaid and Miss Claire Perceval  frocked in coral toned net and  taffeta was junior bridesmaid.  Ann Blaine, neiee of'the bride  ��� was flower girl.  . The groom was supported by  his brother, Mr. G. Percival,  while Mr. D. Holgate and Mr.  Dick, Wise were ushers.  A large reception was held  at the Irvine's! Landing Hall after which the happy couple left  by motor for a trip to the  Southern cities. > Out of town  guests included Mr. and Mrs. G.  Perceval, Mr. and Mrs. D. Hoi-  gate/Mr. and Mrs. R. Kennedy,  Miss Alice Dempster and. Mr.  Roy Leveridge of Vancouver;  Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Blaine and  Miss Myra Howard of New  Westminster; Mr. and Mrs. Anderson of Gibsons and Mr.  Ralph Jones of Golden.   s  Upon their return home, Mr,  and Mrs. Perceval will reside  in North Vancouver.  . ry and Applied Science.  Enrolpient of 63 in first year  forestry and forest engineering  is about double what it was  two years ago.' Students represent 25 B,C.ycei?tres. . ,7.  Percentage of women at UBC  has risen this: year fr-om 24%  to 27.6%.  Women students are entering  fields formerly considered "for"  men only". There are. 21 in agriculture, 3 in engineering, 5  in architecture, 2 in forestry  and 12 in law.  Registration by faculty is as  follows with last year's figures  in brackets:  Arts and Science 3248 (3024);  Home Economics 170 (168);  Physical Education 98 (124);  Social Work 75 (78)"; Agriculture 151 (161); Applied .'* Science 1035 (903); Nursing 216  (178); Architecture 94 (91);  Forestry 129 (110); Law 231  (213); Pharmacy 144 (135);  Medicine 208 (222); Commerce  578 (527); Education 925 (119);  Graduate Studies 348 (303).  Husbands! Wives!  Get Pep, Vim; Feel Younger  Thousands of couples are weak, worn-out, exhausted just because body lacks iron. For new  younger feeling after 40, try Ostrex Tonio  Tablets. Contain iron for pep; supplement  doses vitamin Bi. "Get-acquainted" sisfe costs  little. Be wise, get pep, new health, quick  thrifty way. Try Ostrex today. At all druggists.  THE CORPORATION OF  THE VILLAGE OF SECHELT  Elections By-Law 1956  Nominations for the Office  OF COMMISSIONER  n PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby jgiven to the electors of the Corpoia-  tipn of the ViUa��$?.p�� Sechelt that the presence of the said ele^  or^ ip required -at the Municipal Hall, Sechelt,? 3;C.,- On tiiev6��fe  day of December 1956 from the hour of ten o'clock in the momis^  to the hour of twelve o'clock noon, for the purpose of n��mina?=  ting persons^toT represent them as commissioners.  Candidates shalj be nominated iri writing;'" the writing shall toe  subscribed by two voters of the Village Municipality as proposer  and seconder, and shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at  any time between the date of this notice and twelve o'clock noocJ  of the day*��^ the-rKtoiihati writing, shall be in the  form set out in Schedule (1) to the "Village of Secheli Elections?  By-law 1956^ and shall state the name, residence and occupation.  or description of each person proposed, in such niaianer as sufficiently'to identify such candidate; and in the event of a Poll befog  necessaiy, such Poll will be opened on the 13th day pf December  1956 at the Canadian Legion Hall, Sechelt, B.C., of which eW  person is required to take notice and govern himself accordingly.,  Unless otherwise disqualified by section 12 of the Schedule to iiie  "Village Mimicipalities Act", any person who is a British rfubjefes  of the full age of twtenty-one years, whose name appears on the  list of voters, and who is the owner of real property that is witfe-  in the Village Municipality and has an assessed value of at leafifc  Five Hundred Dollars and in respectNof which all taxes due to the  Village Municipality have been paid, shall be qualified toybe ��.  Commissioner. The interest of a co-o\vner shall be sufficient if life  interest is of the required value. The interests of joint owners  shall be valued as if thy were tenants in common with equal interests. ...,_��� ,.:...; l:/*i-��.  Given under my hand at Sechelt, B.C. this 22nd day of November  1956.  .   ��� Ralph K. Johnson  *��� RETURNING OFFICER  BH  SONS MEAT MA  NEWS  The Friendliest Shop in Town  u  can oe your  man  More Wood  used in cars  Wood is, gaining new enthusiasts among do-it-yourself car  builders. Featured in a recent  issue of a hobbies magazine is-.-  an   article  explaining  how  to'  build  a home-made wood-pan-;  , eled  sports car for ^'less than-'  $500!" The entire chassis, and*  body of this "speedball special"-'  are made of wood ���7. the frame  of 2 X .4 inch oak and the body  bulkheads  of  %   inch, marine  hardwood ply wood. j  Truck bodies of wood were  used extensively during World -  War II and new, improved designs are being tested by the  military   now.   Besides   being '  used to  build auto and truck-  bodies,  wood has served  as a  fuel to power these   vehicles.  Familiar   to   most   Europeans  -  are- wood   gas   generators   in  which wood 6v charcoal is burned to give off. a g&s which performs  much   like   gasoline.   A  number   of foreign   cars   also '  feature  wood   dashboards  em-  '  phasizing    different    cbmbina- ':  tions. of wood grain'patterns.  CH01CE  HOUND   STEAK  BEEF  ���'4  s'  Si  VERY LEAN  '���m\  HAVE lyiADE MANY  mmmi^mi^smsmmw&s^  STORE HOURS  Monday through Saturday  8:30 am. to 5:30 p.m.      <"  Closed Wed. from 1 p.m.  TOPEN   FRIDAYS  TO  9   P.M.  Ken  Watson    Phone f52  Prop. Gibsons  Ernie Fossett  RagaaawaHaaMMiHM^^ 4&-<Coast News, Nov. 22, 1956  Animal World  feature picture  At Gibsons Theatre, Animal  *mrld, a Windsor technicolor  ^oduction, by Varner Broth-  <3BS-, will be shown Friday and  Szturday.  Life is brought forth on earth  s^er aeons of time. The mole-  esi&, called protozoa, is shown  as the beginning of life. Grad-  -asElly the development of a va-  mety of shell and skin life evol-  "jces. After another fifty million  a-ears or so, fish swim in the waters, and plants grow on the  Said.  Then come the monsters, the  ��^hosaurs. With the cooling of  i&e climate, another change of  ssomal life takes place. Man  vlevelops.  The story of living creatures)  Is shown from the development  ^g movement to flight, thought  '���Sb ambition, and from the first  ���vestiges of instinct, through  conscious thought to the evi-  sSence of a soul.  Thursday's  show is one of  . ..���.me   Chicago gambling world;  1' ; starring   Frank . Lovejoy   and  1 Jean Weldon, in "The System".  Pender Harbour  JUDITH  FLETCHER  ' : Among the recent visitors to,  l&ncouver ahd district were  Mr. and Mrs. Chirles Whittaker of Irvine's Landing; Mr. and  Mrs. O. Grand of Garden Bay;  Mrs. J. Patterson of t. Mary's  Hospital'" nursing staff; Joe.  Sayes; Stanley ^Dickson, St.  Mary's Hospital adminstrator;  ISSrs. Diana M. Daley; Mr. and  Mrs. B.H. Warden of Murdoch's  Sanding; Mr. and Mrs. Norman  .Klein of Kleindale and. Fred  Shaughnessy. arid son of.- Irr  'sine's Landing.    _  Frank Lyons of West Van-  jQWiver, was a visitor to the Har-  ISaur, Friday.  It's another girl at the home  af. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Reid.  She was born on Nov. 8 at St-  SEary's Hospital, Garden  Bay.  Mrs. Isabelle Milvain of Gar- .  ��8aa. Bay is visiting her daugh-  fep-,   Mrs.    Gordon   Lyons   of,.  West Vancouver.  T   Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Pen-  sser and family were visitor to  Abbotsford  during   the   weekend.  A large party of friends of  Hr. and Mrs. Jim Marsh gathered at the Irvine's Landing" Hall  (Mt-.Thursday evening to 'bid  Isthem farewell. Mr. and Mrs.  Marsh are leaving Pender Har-  aJSur to live in Seattle.  '3ie past six yearsetaoin etaoe  During the past six years,  3Kr. Marsh has been, manager  vai. the W.P. Pieper store at Ir-  ��ne's Landing and made many  iKends. He was an active mem-  9trtar of the Board of Trade and  also of the Aquatic Club. Mr.  Marsh was presented with a  ISfeautiful gold watch while Mrs. .  Marsh received a gift set of  Sswelry.  Road-eo to attract 20,000  gional finals, for awards? of per-     for equipment needed  in the     awards banquet in each of the  manent trophies and cash prizes     obstacle   courses and   for an ,   eight regional contests.  Halfmoon Bay  BY PAT WELSH  A well known summer resident of Redrooffs, Mrs. Mabel  munt, wife of Herbert H. Hunt,  <iied in Vancouver last week  after a brief illness. She was  an ardent gardener and her  g&rden was always a blaze of  <0olor * from eariy spring until  Sate fall.  Julius Sather is home after  ���aye surgery in Vancouver and  Is making good progress.  Mrs. E. White spent a few  ��Sys> in-the city and West Van-  aonver visiting' withr her sons.  Mr. and 'Mrs. Bill Grundy  aare iri' Vancouver for a few  ���greeks. 7  Mr. and Mrs. F. Blekman  and daughter Clair of Sun Val-  SSy, Idaho spent the past two  ���weeks* with Mrs. Blekmafcts  another, Mre... E. Klusendorf of  Welcome Beach. They visited  3San���� and way points en route.  Mrs. P. Craig has left for  .IPSince George to join Mr. Craig  and expects to be away for  feome weeks.  Mr. George Claydon and son  Srank are weekend guets of  "BSr. and Mrs. Frank Claydoni  DHAW  WINNERS  Winners, of the Headlands  Sfervice . Club draw were Mr.  ��swald, the ladies sweater, and  3��rs. Raby, the doll.  Some 20,000 young Canadians are expected to take part  in Canada's second Teen-Age  Safe-Driving Road-eo during  the first half of next year, G.L.  Filippelli, president of the Junior Chamber of Cammerce, has  announced. This year, 10,000  took part.  Purpose of the contest is to  promote and reward safe-driving habits among the nation's  teen-age drivers. Imperial Oil  gional contests, and 300 Junior  Chambers   of   Commerce   and  Boards of Trade wiil stage the  competitions.  Imperial Oil will pay expenses of local winners to the re-  again will sponsor the eight re-  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S JEWELERS  Work   done   on  the   Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  Ask for PRICES on our.  Chesterfields & Suites,  Bed CJhesterfields,  Easy Chairs,  Dumont T-V, Tables  Dinette Suites, Lamps  WATCH   FOR  STOVES  7   Electric, Gas, ���  Oil, Coal & Wood.  I  K  OPENING  WE ALSO STOCK A GOOD VARIETY OF  REFRIGERATORS  WASHING MACHINES   ^  All Sizes of Suit Cases  i  Phone 99  JAY BEE FURNITURE & APPLIANCES  Gibsons  i. /."�� ^<r*K_ ~p.i,  'y^1^^y-^5 '/      V   '���       'V        ''<A<"1   %A)>  Now there's rip doubt. ....'1957 is'GMCs  year for truclters every where. With brand-"  new standard transmissions, new engines,  new GVWs, new axles, new styling, new  comfort and much, much more! See your  GMC dealer���;right away���and see these  Blue-Chip" Moneymakers! They're  waiting for you !  with Speed-Line Styling, "Performance Packed" Power-Trains  for Team-Work���Engine fro Axle  f   t ��  iiniiAj]  ���    ���  ' -������  ���k  wQtwK^Sni'i  ^JpffT-v  *��� * ,  T��$22fi  LY  *>,&&����� ���-.  si  l.ys&*��  ��� ������if :  H^^B "-  |����W|.  ���9  ^^i^^B <t  -., <  ,-.���������  GMC Custom anil Deluxe Cabs hare  a spectacular all-'round panoramic yiew. Aad there's new  comfort and color���a new seat  ���a new non-glare instrument  panel.  Powerfo Spar*Id GMC Ws. GMC for  1957. offers you a performance-  proved selection of V8 power  units with up to 210 horsepower  to handle any job.  Kg L'uM-^i *f ����C Vtft'Sr. Many  truckers swear by a 6~and no  wonder, with the fugged #ower  .plants GMC has to offer! Up  to 148 driving horsepower.  w��M��HnHmvk*  Haw Rear Axles. GMCs wider-  than-e ver range of Hypoid rear  axles makes it easy to find just  what you need���custom'*  created to fit your job.  fjw* Sfsrdy Shwdard Tnasoriisieflt. Now, for 1957,, GMC brings you  everything that's new in standard transmissions. Truckers everywhere know the. reliability of famOiis 3-speed Synchrormesh, the  Heavy Duty Synchro-mesh and the- 4ispeeq ,H.D. . But .GMC also  has two new 5-speed units . . . the. New. Process transoaissibn'for  medium duty work, and a real workhorse���the all-new Spicer 5-speed  Heavy Duty truck transmission.   ��� ; '  Tleree Automatic Transmissions for  ,uVklh\*si" Drivmo.. Proven, popu-  . 'las^-an^powerful, Hydre-MaMe* in.  Standard and Heavy Duty  models,, really saves, wear and  tear on trucksroW truckers. On  9700 through W-9900 Series,  there's  optional  Powermalle  employing completely new  principles in Automatic power ,  trahsfliission. Peworsiido/'foir..  ��� light duty work oh Sedan Deliv- r.  ery vehicles, is.thesimplest;least'������>  complicated of all automatics.  TODAY  How, Mofo Sujjged Fromos. New'  load-carrying capacity is   y  another sign of '57 GMC newness���nfew1 safety, :;too, with' a.  stronger-than-ever-frame".   7  design.    Welded channel sec-    7  tionsy-xeinforced>wJt^,idliga^r^.,;.'  ' jaw- crosst-pieces'ir'-^rpyi'd'eT''T 7  maximum strength for GMC's  backbone I     . ; .  Thrawfed Spring Shackles. Easier-to-  ":.,-A  service isuipej^sion points..up;.y?V  :'jG^C$'".eye'.''ttri"ithe-'fu^��|1-for.7    7  truckers.   Spring shackles are ........  ;now threaded for veasy removal  and replacement; <X ���   "���  GMC-1570  Phone Sechelt 10        THE NAME THAT MEANS A GOOD DEAL  Wilson Creek CARJD OF THANKS  TVe wish to express; our sincere  thanks and appreciation to our  many friends who sent flowers  and card's to me while I was in  the hospital. Your kindness will  not be forgotten by me or my  family.      .  A.J. O'Brien and family,  Port Mellon  We wish to thank all our  friends and neighbors for their  kindness to us during our recent heartbreaking loss.  Mr. and Mr. H. Roberts*  Mrs. Evelyn Lucken,  Wilson Creek.  t. -...-,,- ��� ������ - ���- ���������-.' '   "       ��� - '        ���" "       .  .Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Johnson  of Granthams Landing wish to  extend their thanks and appreciation for the hel$> friends and  neighbors extended to them in  their recent house fire. Special  thanks to Mr. Warne of Home  Bakery who so kindly helped  its in two recent emergencies.  REWARD Grey half Persian  kitten, male, 4 months old, vi-  ��� . ��einity Fletcher Rd. L.Bezdeck,  .   <pibsons.  .'���'"������'  WORK WANTED  Man with power saw for hire.  ���Reasonable rates. Phone Gibsons 171Y  ��� Spray and brush painting;  also paperhanging. J. Melhus.  Phone  Gibsons  33. tfn  FOR SALE : y AXX--C  '' imperial model;; Duo Therm oil  .space heater, Automatic power  air blower. Used 10 months.  Phone Gibsons 97X      T 7 T <  Pin   wale  corduroy,   in   good  -colors.  This week  ohly  $1.39  yard. Thriftee .Stores No! 2  Gibsons  1 only used   Gurney Electric  Range. For quick sale $95  John Wood Hardware  Phone 32 Gibsons  >   500  gallon   sectional   wooden  water tank complete with hoops  Never been used. Phone   Se-7  chelt 62F evenings.  Lady's  Bicycle. Al  condition,  $20 Phone Gibsons 79W  Coast News, Nov. 22, 1956    5  ANNOUNCEMENTS     (Cont'd)    DIRECTORY (Continued)  e  TOTEM  FLASHES  $850.00 dawn, balance as rent',  gives you 100 ft waterfrontage, V2.ac.ve of land. 4 room cottage���marvellous view, garden,  year round stream, lights, Pembroke bathroom. This is your  chance.  $2250 down, balance only $50  month. Best location on Davis  Bay. 2 BR home, most desirable property, very, good value.  West Sechelt���grand building  lot, beach frontage, gentle  slopey backs on paved highway.  This ..will make you happy: only $2100.  $2500 down to reliable client.  Immediate   possession,    brand<  new  ultra modern home. AH  conveniences.   Over    acre    of  land-  Quiet secluded location.  Always a better buy at  TOTEM  REALTY  7 ~   Gibsons  5 acres,   2 room  cabin. other  building.    Light,    bus,,   mail, '  creek, wood,;���as is���$650 cash  small   payments   on   balance.  Box 460 Coast News.  ';' GIBSONS      T  Newest Shopping Centre  JOHN COLERIDGE  REALTY  Oldesi Real Esiate Office  Between Lang's Drug Store  and������''��������� . ,- ;       v  ,.-  7-   Woods Hardware    .  Georgian Block  Look for the Big Neon  Sign  TO  RENT : *  ...     T"- '���-  "Brbokside",, three room cottage, suit couple, ��� Ocean frontage. Furnished. Bonnie Brook,  Gower Point. ^  Furnished casbfri, suitably for  2 people, light and water, West  Sechelt. Phone Sechelt ��� 62F  evenings.  Granthams Landing. Comfortably furnished three room cottage. Adults. Apply Box 458  Coast News;      ''���;""' 'S-'   "'"'v'  One-roomedX cabinV partly furnished, electric light. Phone  Gibsons 180W.  Thriftee Stores', your agent for  Brown BrosL, Florists. Order  now for delivery anywhere in  Canada or U.S.A.  Free, have five kittens 2  months old, 3 white. Bonny  Brook, Gower Point v  Thriftee Stores, No. 1 and No.  2 will remain-, open Mondays  through Saturdays until Christmas. ���  TOWING AND   FREIGHTING  W. Nygren, Gibsons 13    tfn"  DIRECTORY  Fresh oysters.,Come J?y���car pr, 2 bedrpqm. unfurnished,^,suite,  boat to Oyster Bay Oyster Co., with oil range and bath (self  Pender Harbour. contained) Gibsons 114G  Frigidaire 6 cu. ft. refrigerator.  Good conditdn. Phone 21 IF  Gibsons    ' yX.  It's time again to clean out the  old hens. We will sell themto  you at 27c lb, and pluck them  for you if you like at 15c a bird.  Blanker Farms. Gibsons 68K.  1    treadle     sewing    machine*  Good condition. Phone Sechelt  104Q.  Nice toned piano. Good buy.  Phone Sechelt 20M  Double bed spring for sale. Sechelt 14T  Gurney electric apartment  range, also three used wood  and coal ranges, starting at $25.  Parkers Hardware, Sechelt.  Bushwood for ��ale, Tpronipt  delivery, between 7 Roberts  Creek and Hal^nopn Bay. L.C.  Emerson [Box- "71; Sechelt',  Phone 99F7 :     y  12 bass   Camerano   piano ac-  cordian with case,Tin good condition.  Mrg. TPhyllis Emerson,T  Box 71, Sechelt, Phone 99F T 7  BOY'S .WINTER WEAR;yxX  Under wear^y Sweaters,    Socks,  Shirts, Slacks, -Jackets; Caps,  Mitts,      Accessories.  -    T  __ MARINE MEN^S7 WEAR ���  phoneGitjsons 2.  SERVICE FUELS  Ran Vernon.  R.B. 1    Gibsons    Phone 173Q  Alder or.Fir Bushwoodr  Mill'Siabwpoet 7  Sand, Gravel and Cr. Rock  s   .     Products.  RANTED       " "'���    ' y'X--"���"���'��� ��� '���'..  Open face wood-and coal Theater.. Price. Box 461 Coast > News.  Back issuesv of National Geographic, prior to 1956. Phone  Gibsons 178M, evenings.  Cash for good* Xmas trees,  Write Roff, 325 West 41st, or  Phone FRaser 4801.  BOARD AND ROOM       ~~  Room   and   board,   with   T-V,  Bayview Lodge, Selma Park.  Phone Sechelt 137.  Roberts Creek, waterfront,  new 3 room furnished cottage,  warm, light, water. Phone FR  4932.  PERSONAL ���    ��� '  Will knit Indian Sweaters! for  Christmas. Phone Gibsons 82G.  Fuller brush dealer. J. Nelson  Roberts Creek. T  Phone Gibsons 19Q.  INSURANCE  SECHELT INSURANCE  AGENCIES    \  Real Esiate  Properly   Management  Insurance  Office  phone   22F  T.E. DUFFY. Agent  Residence  31Q  1. MACKAY, Salesman.  ���'-Residence 70F  _ . _���_  ::.:j! ��� .-������������  Fire, Auto, Liability. Prompt  courteous service. Totem Real*  ty, Gibsons  *���.;..':  H.B. jGORDON AGENCIES  Sechelt  ,T 7;"vFIfiE INSURANCE  TT   AUTO      INSURANCE        v-  Evenings, and Holidays    115  Phone        53  WATCH REPAIRS  ,   Watch and Jewelry Repairs  "Marine   Men's  Wear.     Agents  for   W. H.    G r a s s i e.    Fast  reliable service. tfn  For Guaranteed Watch and  ^v-elry , Repairs, See Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. "       tfn  TIMBER WANTED"  -Wilt-piu*ehase,timber for cash.  Any   amount; We willT eruise .-  anywhere 'and give estimates.  Twenty-two years government >  and private) experience.        7-  JO. (JacKiXlTTLE  Phone Sechelt 20K ">''"'  ANNOUNCEMENT       7    xX^ ?:  Avon Products. Only 2 more  orders before Christmas, Nov.  24, Dec. 8. Telephone regarding specials pr to see Christmas1  Gift catalogue. One gift catalogue is at Ferry Cafe; Phone  Mrs. Rudolph,   128G  Gibsons.  WIRING and APPLIANCE  SALES  Electrical Wiring  Alterations and Repairs  F. UTTING, WILSON CREEK  Phone   15T or   5H  FAIRMILE  BOAT WORKS, LTD.  Custom Pleasure  Craft  &   Dinghys  Repairs,   Hardware,   Paints  . Beach Ave. West.  7 Roberts      Creek  WIRING  Commercial &  Residential  Electric  Space Heathu?  Anywhere on the Peninsula  PARKER and StM  ELECTRIC  Parker's  Hardware- ;  Secfielt 51 '��� 130 Evenings  PENINSULA  ACCOUOTING SERVICE  - AH Types of Accounting  Problem:; Expertly Attended  'Village Enterprises Bldg.  Sechelt  Office Open 9 a.m.���5 p.m.  :.'':Daily77^T  Phone Sechelt 98F  Notions���Cards���Toys  Miscellaneous Gifts  THftlFTEE    STORES  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, BC.  Headquarters For Wool  REFRIGERATION  SALES and SERVICE  Commercial -��� Domestic  25 Years' Experience  A. M. CAMPBELL  ^ECHELT 83Q  TiELEVJSION  SALES ANP SERVICE  Dependable Service  10% Down - Easy Terms  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� TV  Fine Home Furnishings  -Phone 6 Sechelt  /  TRACTOR. WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating.  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth.  FOR  RENT  Arches,  Jaicks, Pump        T  A.  E.  Ritchey  Phone Gibsons 176  B.L.  COPE  Auditor  and  Accountant  Fifty Years' Experience.  Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone, Gibsons 22C  __ _______  BUILDING    SUPPLIES  LTD.  "WE   CARRY   THE ^STOCK"  ���    Phone Gibsons"53  HILL'S..MACHINE    SHOP .  Mobilized Welding  Welding Anywhere~-Anytime  Expert    Tradesmen  Precision    Machinists  Phone 54 Residence  152  NOTARY PUBLIC  Legal  Documents   promptly  attended to  W.J.   (Jack)  Mayne. .  Phone 24,  _ Secheli B.C.  PENINSULA    CLEANERS  Cleaners for the  Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone:  ���  . Gibsons. 100  GIBSONS BOAT WORKS  Boat Builders & Repairers  Phone Gibsons  11IX  BECK & DAVIS      r  ELECTRICAL    >  CONTRACTORS  ^industrial, Commercial   and  Residential Wiring & Repairs  Electrical Heating  Installed  Ariywhere on the Peninsula  ���   "   ��� ��� y Repairs to  All .Electrical  Appliances  Free  Estimates  Gladly Given  Phone Sechelt 69W  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  GIBSONS    ELECTRIC  '        Phone 130  Authorized   GE  Dealer  Radios. Appliances, TV Service  LIFE INSURANCE  Continental  Life  ! Insurance   Company  LORNE BLAIN, Agent  Box 188 Phone 82G  Gibsons  . ' LAURIE SPECK  HEATING   &  SHEET METAL  Gibsons   149 .  MARSHALL'S  PLUMBING.  HEATING &   SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons  134, 104 or 33  ���  LET US  HELP YOU  PLAN  NOW ,  For your  Construction  Needs  AH types of  BUILDING or ALTERATIONS  and LIGHT GRADING  Smith fe Peterson Construction  Ltd. ,  Phone 28, 85 or 90Q, Gibsons  PLUMBING  Macleod's Plumbing  and Hot-Water Heating  2 Qualified Plumbers  Service Anywhere  Fairbanks- Morse Pumps  and Pressure Systems  ���;.''���. '''���        Wilson  Creek  .    '- Phone Sechelt 20M  C and S SALES/SERVICE  Agents For  Propane Gas  Combination Gas Ranges    7  Sales  and Installation*  Free Estimates  Electric and Gas Hoi Plate*  'T jpiMniture;  and home cooking tea and sale i��his week's  special���Braatf  of work. 2 pjn.  Dec. 3, Wilson Creek Com-  munity Centre Assoc,. Annual  meeting, election, of officers,  8 p.m.  Dec. 7? Canadian Legion Bo-'  tberts Creek Sale of work, tea  cup reading. 2 p.m.  new, Gower Point Road, cosy  cottage $3300. ^  Harold Wilson  Totem  Realty  Phone  Gibsons  44  evenings  147  i-  LINOLEUMS  Phone 3 Sechelt  ft  ANGLICAN .���-������������-.��� "  ^Sunday before Advent  Si^'Bariholomew's.    Gibsons  li.00 a.m. Sunday School  _  3.30 p.m. Evensong.  i St. Hilda's   Sechelt  1J.00 a.m. Sunday School  ll.Oji)' a.m.   Holy   Communion-  St. Aidan's; Roberts Creek  ril a.m. Sunday School  ���* 2.00 p.m. Evensong  �� UNITED  Gibsons  Sunday School  10:00 a.m.  11  a.m. Divine Service  Guest  speaker:   Rev  R.R..  Morrison  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.  '"*      Wilson "Creek7"  |11 a.m. Sunday School  3:30 p.m. Divine Service  Public Worship, 3.30 p.m.  Port Mellon  7:30 p.m. Evensong   .  ST. VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt,    9 a.m.  St. Mary's, Gibsons, 10.30 a.m.  Poijt Mellon,"   first  Sunday  o!  each month.at 11.35 a.m.  I    PENTECOSTAL  ^11 aim. Devotional  10  a;m. Sunday School  7.30     Evening  Service  Tuesday night 7.30  8 pm Thursday night  Bethal   Baptist  Church  7:30  P.M.,  Wed., Prayer  11:15 A.M., Worship Service  2 P.M., 1st ThuVs., in Month  f      Mission Circle  Pender Harbour Tabernacle  'Sunday School. 10. a.m.  12:00 a.m. Morning  Service  7:30 p,m, Wednesday    Pray-  ������! er Meeting.  ; CHRISTIAN   SCIENCE  i ... -     -  Church service and Sunday  School, 11 a;m.  Stratford  Camp, Sechelt Highway.  jLATTER DAY SAINTS  Sunday School, 10.15 am  Granthams    Community   Hall  DATE PAD  Nov 22: Gibsons School Hall  Gianty Bingo  every  Thursday  T.8:p;.m:-TT:  Nq^.; 22, at the Uiuted Church  Hall      Headlands .    service  Club tea.  Nov. 23. Roberts Creek" Com-  munty Halli, annual Jmeeting  Sunshine Coast Boy Scouts Association. Les Way, Provincial  . President, guest speaker.  ' Nov. 23, St. Aidans W.A.  Roberts Creek, tea and sale  of work, 2 p.m.  Nov. 24:  St.  Hilda's Parish  - Haft; Social evening. De Pencier  Circle. ...  Nov. 30, Roberts Creek Legion L.A. Whist? 8 p.m.  Nov. 30: Redrooffs Auxiliary  to St. Mary's Hospital, sale of  work, 8 p.m. Redrooffs Hall,.  Dec.   1:  Gibsons Elementary  School Hall, Concert in aid of  . cancer    fund,    sponsored    by  Eastern Star.  Dec. 4  United Church Bazaar  A new arrival of KITTEN ORLON SWEATERS,  and new BLOUSES & SKIRTS, at  the Tcesccy  PHONE SECHELT 9SQ s  LAY AWAY; FOE CHRISTMAS  VERNONS  XMAS TURKEYS  Range Fed - Grain Finished  Guaranteed FRESH Killed  New York Dressed o* Eviscerated  Order NOW while they test  The Finest on the Market  Phone Gibsons 173Q  TO THE ELECTORS OF SECHELT* Xa ,  w �� -  ''A tAw'-.Tj,'1,  f        I havebjeen pleased to serve you as Village Coto-  I Tmissioner during the past year, and if it is your choice^  I "'���'���.'���������    ��� ���  7,-  $$ .���������'������  1 would enjoy continuing through this coming year as  H your representaitiye. May I hope for your support oh  M election day? .  FRANK PARKER  for Village Commissioner, Sechelt.  VOLKSWAGEN ��� WILLYS JEEP  SALES & SERVICE  Don't Put  It Off Any  Longer,  WINTERIZE!  Antifreeze - Winter Tires  Batteries  Winter Lubts  -  Chains  Welding  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  PHONE SECHELT 75  WHOSE  INTEREST  is being protected I  When yon place your insurance with your  local independent, agent or broker you may  he sure tiuit your interests are protected.  ���"'.'������       "��� ��� .    r       ���.--.���.-'���������.  He is interested in you hnd th* protection  ^^ At)  you need.  Because the local independent agent represents more than one insurance company lie  can supply the protection most suited to you.  THE INSURANCE AGENTS'  ASSOCIATION  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Look jor this enillem  before you buy fire, attio  or general  insurance. mm  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S JEWELERS  Work  done  on  the  Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt.  ���:   -*  -OURr   '-���;'���  XMAS STOCK  IS IN NOW  Lay away a  GIFT BIKE  ;     TRICyCLE  Doll or Baby  CARRIAGE  For Christmas   giving  SECHELT CYCLE  ,   Phone Sechelt 95M  J FOR  QUALITY  and  ECONOMY  -    USE  TURKISH CHIEF  COFFEE  Printing  attracts  Customers  (foast Ktwis  Ian S. Mahood (top) has been  appointed manager of forestry  division operations, it was announced by MacMillan & Bloedel president/ H.S. Berrymen.  Mr. Mahood, who has been  with the company since 1951  was formerly assistant chief  forester. ���  Appointment of Angus P.  MacBean (bottom) as chief forester and manager, timber &  lands division is announced.  Mr. MacBean started with the  company in 1945 as a forester  stationed at Chemainus. He has  been Chief Forester since the  forestry division was formed in  1951.  WN the ALLEY!  BY   ELSIE  JOHNSON  Star games bowled at Sechelt  Bowling Alleys last week were:  Sechelt Ladies League, Eve  Moscrip 335; Gibsons Mixed,  Dave Herrin 295; Peninsula  Teen, Carolyn Gilbertson 288;  Harold Baird 272, Kenny Nelson'246, and Leanna Moscrip  237; Port Mellon, Cam Husband : 299; Peninsula Commercial, Fern Taylor 279, and  Frank Wheeler 290; Sechelt  SportyChift, Billiiawson 299;  Ball and Chain, Charlie Lunn  7 302. .'������..'  High scores for Nov. 5 to  Nov 10 week were:  Sechelt Ladies League. High  three, Eve Moscrip 667; high  single, Eve Moscrip 335; team  high three, Duds ��492; team  ��� high single, Guttersnipes 967.  / Giblsons Mixed. Women's  high three, Doreen .Crosby 533;  women's high single,. Jo Davies 230; men's high three, Jim  Drummond 620; men's high  single, Dave Herrin 295 team  high three, Danolojis 2498 team  high single, Danolojis 946.  PeniiisBa"'TeeD��/r Girl's high  _ three, Carolyn Gilbertson 580  girl; s- high single, Carolyn Gilbertson 288; boy^S-high three-  Harold Baird 639; Tboy's high  single, Harold Baird '272; team  high three, Gutter Rats 2323;  team high single, Gutter Rats  834.  Pender Harbour: Women's  high three, Cis Hassen 515; wo-  knen's high single, Cis Hassen  221; men's high three, Ron  Pockrant 684; men's high single, Ron Pockraet 243; team  high three, "Hi Bailers 2386;  team high single; Knock 'Em  Dead 882.  Port Mellon: Women's high  three, Ruth Tyson 539; -wo-  hnen's high single, Ruth Tyson  243; men's high three, Desi  Plourde 650; men's high single, Cam Husband 299; team  high single, Slo-Moe Fives7964.  Peninsula Commercial: Wo-  ���men's high three, Fern Taylor  ��631; women's: sigh single, Fern  Baylor 279; men's high three  Sam MacKenzie 641; men's  high single, Frank Wheeler  290; team high three, Village  Bakery 2731; team high single,  Tomboys  1022.  Sechelt Sports Club: Women's high threej Harriet Duffy 615; women's high single,  Peggy Doyle 222; men's high  three, Bill Lawson 655 men's  high single, Bill Lawson 299;'  team high three, Holey Rollers 2929; team high single, Holey Rogers  1043.  Ball and Chain: Women's  high three, Rose Morrison 533;  women's* high single, Millie  Forbes 218; men's high three,  Roy Taylor 639: men's high.sin-  gle, Charlie Lunn 302; team  high three, ��� Texas Rats 2411;  team high single, Texas Rats  966.        c  Pulp essay  Judges for; the 1956 Annual  Pulp and Paper; Industry essay  contest will b&Y||&5vard T. Mitchell, publisher*o��-a Canadian  Pulp and Paper Industry mag"  azine; J.R. Pollock, director of  visual education, department of  education; and J.S. Johannsoh,  general manager,' public relations, MacMillan and Bloedel  Limited, the Pulp and Paper,  Industry has announced.  The subject of the 1956 essay is "Why British Columbia's Pulp and Paper Industry  Depends on Export Markets".  Information and application  forms can still be obtained from  essay headquarters, Room 402  550 Burrard Street, Vancouver  1, B.C. Closing date for the contest is Nov. 30.  BY MRS. M. WEST  Mrs G. Hilliard and sons  Clint   and   Kerry,   who   have  been the guest of her sister,  Mrs. J. Thomson for three  weeks have left to visit friends  in Whalley before returning to  Kamloops.  Mr. and Mrs. Gill Sr. from  Vancouver are the guests of  their son and daughter-in-law,  Mr and Mrs. R. Gill for a few  daysi.  Mrs. Schlie of Vancouver is  spending a few days with her  daughter and family, Mr. and  Mrs. W. Swartz.  David Sherman who is studying at UBC was home for the  weekend. ^,  Grade one children v received a small tree to plant in their  gardens to commemorate -their  first year at school. The tiny  trees, packed in individual cartons were presented to the  children by the Pulp and Paper  Industry of British Columbia  and accompanied by a personal certificate comparing .the  small tree to a small child also'  needing good food and sunlight    and.    protection    from  BY MBS. M. NEWMAN y  Old bruin, after picking several boxes 'of apples off the  Whitworth trees;, has moved  over to the Len Alien property.  Earlier in the season he made  the rounds of other gardens ;iin  the vicinity butTwos not niaide  welcome. His pal on Beach  Avenue fared a little 'better,  and when last seen was wrapped around an apple tree ia  'Miss A. Dawson's garden, eating unconcernedly, whilst children and their parents watched and whistled.      .-'���_,-.,;���  Mis Sheila Smith has gone  to Vancouver for" a few dOJ^s  to join Miss Joanne Johns and  Mis Kitty Ripley for an ice-  skating session.  Mrs. W." Rankin is heading  a committee which is likely to  form a Job's Daughters Order  for teenage girls after Christmas!. '.  storms by tali grownup, trees  in   order to. grow up   straight -  and strong.  During Sunday Shhool, time  was taken for a ceremony in  which Mrs Strayhorn, captain  of 1st Port Mellon Guide Company presented pins.for perfect  attendance in 1954^55 to Lynn  Strayhorn and to Terry Erie-  mark and Peg^y Gill for 1955-  56. ���-������.. '���"���;_. .  Sunday evening Canon Oswald was accompanied by two  members, of the Gideon Society  Mr. J.< Marshall of Gibsons who  read the Lessons and M. Mac-  Farlane from Vancouver who.  gave the address telling of the  work done by the Gideon /Society in providing Bibles for  children, nurses:, and in hotels,  hospitals and prisons. Foliow-  .,ing the service the congregational meeting was held with  Mr. E.C. Sherman in tne chair.  It was agreed to buy 24 new  hymn books and to send a donation of $15a to the Gideon  Society. The transfer of $500 to  tWe Building fund was approved arid appreciation of $100  from the W.A. for the fund> also for the Sunday School tables  made by Mr. Greggain, was expressed. . * ���  The November meeting of  the PTA with 17 members  present"; heard reports of the  coat hanger drive which netted $20 and the crib tournament which showed $12 profit. Dec. 3 was agreed on ass the  6    Coast News, Nov. 22, 1956  next Crib and Bridge evening-:  to be held in the Comiriunity  Hall. Mrs Wireri was asked to  buy the .clocks needed for they  school rooms. Mrs. TP. Quarry  was elected to represent Port  Mellon on the Peninsula Council meetings. Mrs. A. Boyes  won the cake and it was agreed  to send to all parents tHe details of the Elementary school  - insurance scheme.  It was decided not to hold a  regular meeting in December  but to join with the School  party on Dec. 21. Mrs. P. Strike  and Mrs. Strayhorn were asked  to organise a half hour, enter-  taiririierit to be given by the parents." ' '"' ��� '7--'���������/.������  GRANTHAMS  COMMUNITY HALL  EVERY FRIDAY  PAINT-SPECIAL  ON DISGONTINUED LINES-  C|TS $1.5�� HALF-FINTS 45c  ��B~H" ENGLISH PAINTS  "B-H" PERMANAMEL  BAPTONE ��� SATIN-GLO LATEX  SATIN-GLO SATIN-;,  Limited   Quantities  -  While   They Last  Phone 60  Sechelt  i  WE CONGRATULATE THE SECHELT VILLAGE  / COMMISSIONERS OK A JOB WELL DONE  The new City Hall, did rtheitfjew Street- Lights,y-  v-  _i-  e o  on the Opening of the Nm City Hall;  arid hopes the new���<-Street Lighting  symbolizes the commencement of a  Bright Future for All!  ~l  SA NT A'S  SECHELT DEPOT:  PARKER'S  \4T^#'  V   ^*<fc0.v.r^  V  GIFTS for MOM  REFRIGERATORS^  TAPPAN RANGES  "SUNBEAM" FRY PANS, MIXERS,  DEEP FRYS  "G.E." STEAM IRONS, TOASTERS,  FRY PANS  CROCKERY, CHINA, SILVER  REVERE WARE SETS  HOOVER CLEANERS  GIFTS  DAD  PHILISHAVES TOOLS  BLACK & DECKER POWER T0OLS  MALL POWER TOOLS  RIFLES, FISH RODS, REELS  ..a"   :KNifES'::-  GIFTS FOR THE KIDS  TOYS - TOYS - TOYS     f  DOLLS GAMES HOLSTER SETS SLEIGHS  BOXING GLOVES-CARS-PLANES-DISHES  Hundreds of Other New and Attractive Toys  The Staff at Parkers  Have the store FULLY STOCKED  and ATTRACTIVELY ARRANGED  for your convenience  Come in and shop early  is   Recommended to  A small deposit will hold any article.  Shop, NOW to avoid di^pp^mtinent  '   later/ ;7'"VT-'V- '��� "';.' ;'":';--T  AJA,  'jp^emA-^  r, _.: g^RKt^ Xtf/M*D WARE  ���ilHiili  HgWWmWBMaEHBI  Mi.'iiinir'iM'iWULii'iiwmiiiiiinTwni  irminm  BannaiMiaitta ''  \   ���'"' '', A''       '' "��� A  Distinguished by an unusually low silhouette, the 1957 Monarch is wider, longer and room-.  aer. Overall heighthas been reduced four inches,  yet headroom has -been' increased two  inches; Softer ride, better handling ad 'readability result from  newly engineered chassis fea-  Ttures'including the industry's  Tfirsft   air   cushion   suspension.  'Pictured is the Monarch Richelieu Phaeton Coupe. ."'."'  BY PHYM.IS, M.  HODGSON  Mrs. George We&b -is. home  from a three-weeks holiday in  Vancouver and' district visiting  friends.  Mr. arid Mrs. E.N. Henniker  were weekend, visitors to Vancouver.  tiMtcwnawtuuiiMiimi  Sechelt Board  of Trade  i to the '  W1LLAGE of SECHELT  ���'���:     on the opening of thte  '7 7    7 7:   "���   arid the inauguration of the hew  :::W^^^^f^'yy.  The ^ Board also extends a cordial invitation to all from  Sechelt and surroundig communities to attend a tea immediately following the Opening Ceremonies, given at the Legion Hall. (No Charge)  wwrniMHtimimnwinniwi* uun  '  Our Congratulations  to   tilt  VILLAGE of SECHELT  on tne new  city hall  and  on tH&inauguration,  \ .    7...   .    T ���:���.'.-  '-'"   '���"  ������ ������'.:-'��� -     ���'���  on  Saturday  of the  new  STREET LIGHTING  \&6Hf& gD<w$ Stwiet  WSOUMS  TMBHMK ��E6!STmO  **Bfet��rgent-A<5tIon*' PLUS new power J You 'get  new power from thSihighest octane in Chevron jhistoiy  ���power for.tough pulling in ^fields, smooth p?ck-up  ���on tibe highway. PLt^S,<Det&^t^ti4n'';^xe Chevron  i&clusjlrtsg^^'ole^-^^ end  forever tfceT&igfcest Biggie cause of engine trouble.  major aoui-oe of harmful comb^dh" abids-^.ihey ean  Iweaerv&ift&W  longer! Get'-ttte'^'^^vfer-ft^^ ..  vax and truck, hi botfe Chevron Supreme and Chevron  ���Cfoaolitte.  Mrs. Norfield from Kamloops  is visiting her daughter, Mrs.'  John Wood.  Choosing Gibsons for retirement. Mr. and Mrs. Bye have  bought the J Baker home in  Headlands.  Mrs, J. Warwick enjoyed a  few days with her family in  Vancouver.  ��s>       *       *  Thor Christenson has returned from a visitywith his parents in Sweden. Leaving Vancouver via the Polar route on  OctT _5, his first Istop was Fro-  bisiier Bay,  where ythe temperature was   lOT below zero.  FronitFrobisher Bay it was a  ten hour Tfiight to-������ Amsterdam-,  from there the trip, was made  in   a; smaller plaine tb^Copenhagen, then on to Gottenborg,  Swiederi where he was welcom- ���  7 ed at the airport by his parents  arid; relatives. Mr. ChMstenson  toured Norway and .Sweden by  car, arid was greatly impressed  with the 'building progress and  architecture in both countries,  especially so with the large ultra modern apartment blocks  being erected.  ���7 Mr. Maurice Boucher of Vancouver was guest of Mr. and  Mrs. John Q. Styles for a few  days.  ..-.   Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crowhurst  and Carol were in Vancouver  visiting Mrs. Hudson formerly  of Gibsons.  *..-������'    ���- ���      *      *  Capt and Mrs. J.M. Hicks and  family, are leaving Gibsons to  make their home at Departure  Bay, from Where the captain -  takes over his duties on the  Kahloke run. '  Mr. and Mrs. Petrie from  Hopkins Landing have moved  into the McKenzie home on  Seaview Rd.  Mrs. Frank Bushfield is  spending a few weeks with her  daughter arid family in Yakima  Wash. .  Mr. and Mrs, Guy Fisher are  receiving congratulations on  the arrival of their second  grand-daughter.  On Wednesday of last .week,  Mr. and Mrs Harry Kennett invited a. number of friends to  ' meet their neice ande heir husband, Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Mills.  Mr. and Mrs. Mills who were  recently married in Folkestone,  England, plan to make their  ��iome in Gibsons. Following a  pleasant evening, refreshments  were served from an attractively appointed table centered  with the top tier of the bride's  wedding cake.  *     *     *  Miss Pat Smith of Wh alley,  who is convalescing from an  operation is staying with her  mother, Mrs. Dal Triggs for a  few week's^  Travelling south as* far as  Mexico, the Archie Mainwar-  ings enjoyed five weeks of  blue* skies and sunshine. A  couple of weeks were spent in  San Francisco and other, places  visited include Los Angeles,  Sari Diego, El CayonT' Santa  Cruz and Monterey.  �����%'.��  ���>5..y  '' - ���'"��������� ������ ������ ������ '.., ���'..-���    y ��� :���-.- . .xx ''xx.-., 7 -.  G.  H  (Gerry)  MacDonald  -^ij^n.jqyecjtJ.C,,. -,. .J..x.... ,.,     .... phone Sechelt 15E  -Halfmoon Bay  BY PAT WELSH  Mr.   and  Mrs. Frank Lyons  entertained at a farewell party  for   Mr.  and Mrs.  R.  Russell.  Mrs. Russell is the former Marilyn Lyons. She and Mr. Russell left for Montreal, Nov.. 21,  ���   Mr. Russell having been transferred there. The guests danced  and sang, accompanied on the  piano by Mrs. Lyons. Supper  was served and the good wishes were extended to Mr. and  Mrs. Russell who will be greatly missed. Among those present  were Mr. and Mrs. C. Stewart,  Mrs. Don Macdonald, Mr., and  Mr. and Mrs. Edmunds, Mr. and  Mrs. W. Scott, and Joyce, Mr.  and Mrs. D. Gray, Mr. and Mrs.  J.rCooper and Mr. and-Mrs. P.  Welsh.  ���������������'  'Redrooffs   Auxiliary   to St.  Mary's   Hospital,   Garden   Bay  met at the home of Mrs.  P.  Welsh and final arrangements .  were made for the Sale of Work  arid Progressive Games to be  held in the Redrooffs HaU Fri.  Nov. 30 at'8 p.m. Mrs. F. Cormack will convene the games.  Prizes will be given to winners  .vfcith the highest points. There  will  be   a  Dutch  auction and  riffle tickets will be on sale  f&r a beautifully dressed doll  and dump truck. Refreshments  jtrill be served.  {The Halfmoon Bay Badminton Club held a successful Bingo night recently. There was a  'good attendance, and the home '���  cooking stall did a roaring business. Proceeds will be used for.  equipment for the club.  ssyvMr. and Mrs. T. Campbell  have closed their sumrrier  horne. The Don Macdonalds  weekended recently also Mr.  ���George ��� Nairn and Mr. Alan  Greene.  Miss Pat Cooper is spending  a few days with her parents  ���Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooper.  Charles Goldike and Earl  Wright of Hillside were jointly  charged with-killing Goldeye  ducks* contrary to the Migratory Birds Convention Act.  They were prosecuted by Cpl.  Roy Allen, game warden and  Coast News, Nod 22, 1956 -,. 17  t,     .-I-    ...,.,���.-i- ������"���I    .i-i ���     ,   -���  '    - ���.'     i     ���     n-i        m,       l ���!!�����  fined $25 and costs each. They  forfeited two double-barrelled  shotguns, one 11 ft. fibre glasa  boat, 1 Evinrude 3 hp. outboard motor and the two ducks.  srt  Shell   Gas - Oil - Batteries - Tires  HALFSVIOON BAY  Our stock of Clothing for  Children is really' TOPS!  BRDjCC*    Knifc sets> Erases, Slips, Blankets, Covers,  DMDIU      Diapers.  GIRLS'  Lovely dresses, Sweaters, Tiny Waists,  Skirts in Plaids, Cords, Orion  Housecoats   for the Tiny Miss  ftflY^JV       Suits, Slacks, Sweaters, Shirts, Small Boys'  UUlO Slacks, gabardine or flannel.  Lined Jeans, Coats, Jackets, Shoes, Stockings  Caps and Toques, Mitts and Gloves for Both  TASELLA SHOP  Phone Sechelt    29P >  Pblice Court  Last week in police court,  Magistrate Johnston fined each  of the following $25 and costs  for speeding: Martin Kozak. Al-  ' ffed Schuller, Albert Smith,  all of Vancouver: John Pana-  chuk, Granthams; Charles Henry and Dean Carrall of Powell  River; Ronald Robinson, Halfmoon Bay and Patrick Ingle-  hart of Roberts Creek.  Richard Klein of Pender Harbour, who failed to give the  right of way to a car attempting, to pass1, was fined $10 and  costs, and Gordon Norman  Klein, a passenger in the same  Cctr, who began what was described as anl abusive argument  with the driver of the ear trying tp pass, was .fined $10 and  costs.  Raymond Brennand of Powell River* was found guilty of  driving without due care and  -attention near Halfmoon Bay,  a'nd fined $30 and costs.  When you are Looking  Ahead to Christmas ���  Consider,, for Your Home  TELEVISION  HI-FI  RADIOS  RECORD  PLAYERS  We have a large stock of,  RECORDS available!  OUTSTANDING TABLE LAMPS  BEAUTIFUL LIVING ROOM FURNITURE  ELECTRIC RANGES, WASHERS, DRYERS  We have a large stock on hand, with a choice of many  makes and models. Come in and make an early selection  YOUR T-V CENTRE  RICHTER'S RADIO T-V  Phone Sechelt 6  '.wm i��'"'*r'  wmimsMm  Edward Hascamp  The death of Edward Hascamp of Ruby Lake took place  at St. Mary's Hospital on Fri.  Nov. 8. Mr. Hascamp was an  old timer of Pender Harbour  having at one time owned most  of the land in the Garden Bay  area.  He and a brother, Gil, owned  and operated the Garden Bay-  Hotel for a number of years.  Recently he was building houses for sale on the west side  of Ruby Lake. He .leaves his  wife and two daughters,- a sister in Seattle and a brother at  Irvine's Landing.  ������  IT'S SO EASY  TO BE A GOOD  PARTY LINE  NEiUHBOR  When you make a phone call it's good manners  to be considerate to your neighbor on the party line.  The call he wants to make may be urgent.  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  %&   TELEPHONE   COMPANY  5754-�� XMAS TREES  We pay highest prices  ior 10. or 10,000, fir, pine  tr spruce. All Cash.  2ulf Island Xmas Trees,  Ltd.  2139-41   E.  Hastings.  Vancouver. HA 3317  (Established  1947)  SILVER   WEDDING  Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cuthbert,  bf the Sechelt Tea Room, celebrate their silver wedding anniversary, on Friday, Nov. 23.  Their daughter Betty, Mrs.  Champion of Vancouver is entertaining at an anniversary-  dinner party in their honor at  her home on the followng Monday.  WIGARD'S now have twice the space, for the  convenience of their customers.  OUR SPLENDID STOCK OF FOOTWEAR of every  kind is now much more accessible, we have more room  for fitting and display and there is more room for you  to shop in comfort.  .' We invite you to drop in and see our store  EXPANDED for EFFICIENCY  WIGARDS  SUCE STORE  Phone 25G       Sechelt  SUPER SPECIAL!  ��  DOMESTIC  SEWING MACHINE  Desk Type, Graceful Queen Anne Style  Complete with Instructions and Attachments  Sews with a Twis^-Lock Stitch '  Reg. $225   SPECIAL    $125  PLUS A GIFT FOR YOU, with, the .above, a smart  BUTTON-HOLING MACHINE, valued at $15!  U, HARDWARE*  0    APPLIANCES  Phone 32  J  Gibsons  For the Lady in your Life,  Daughter or Grandmother  Girl-friend, Wife or Sister  Shop Early and  LAY AWAY  A 'Thriftee''Gift!  ���Fine Slips or Gowns by HARVEY WOODS.  GRAND'MERE SWEATERS,       BEAUTIFUL BLOUSES  A good range of LOVELY HOUSECOATS  COLORFUL SPORTSCOATS, JACKETS  or a DRESS for 'THAT' Occasion '  Gift Handbags ��� Umbrellas ��� JEWELRY  LUGGAGE"   SETS.     '   ���'  by Travelgard. Smart Styles, Sizes and Colors  THRIFTEE STORES  Phone Gibsons 34-F  111  Tools,    Tools  TOOLS  for ihe  IT YOUR SELFERS  SAWS, HAMMERS^ CHISELS, SQUARES,  BORING TOOLS, PLANES, etc., etc.  ALL GOOD QUALITY  PAINT UP FOR XMAS!  .������with the new ODORLESS PAINTS (you can kelep  the windows shut).       Dry quickly '  We've even got "GIFT CERTIFICATES" for  C.I.L. PAINTS here.  Another cosy inside job is LAYING FLOOR TILE.  INLAID TILE, 2nd Gauge, 13�� & 13# ea.'  Lino Cement, Tools and Instructions for Laying  See us at  GIBSONS BUILDBNO SUPPLIES LTD.  Phone Gibsons      5?  Boat raffle at  Roberts Creek  A meeting of The Recreation Park Committee of Roberts Creek was' held at the  home of Paul Skytte on Wed.  Nov. 14.. Full returns were reported, in for the tickets that  had been sold for a draw orr a  boat. The total, received was  $85 which will help to boost  the funds of the committee.  It was decided to make the  draw for the boat at the meeting so Mrs. C. Coles was ehos-  en to pick the winning ticket  and ticket 37521 bought ��� by  Alex Anderson proved to be  the lucky, one.  A location for the park,* will  be checked by the committee  within the next few: days* and  if possible arrangements to purchase will be completed. ���  The boat was donated by  A.L. Sullivan of Wilson Creek  and Alex is talking of starting  a boat serVce.    \  .  ��� '.  Arrangements are T being-  made to put on another of tlie  popular dances that have been  so well attended.  8    Coast News, Nov. 22, 1956  Chris Beacon, president of  the Canadian Legion Branch  109 reminds citizens of Gibsons  and nearby districts that the  Canadian -Legion has nothing  to do with one type of calendar  now being sold from door to  door in various centres.  They are being sold as Veterans Calendars he said. They  are not put out by the Canadian  Legion, he added.  GARDEN BAY  avc  a  Complete Selection  DOWN the ALLEYS  by elsie johnson!  Star games rolled at Sechelt  Bowling   Alleys; in   the ; past  week    were:   Sechelt   .Ladies  League, Efarriet Duffy 3l3, and  Elsie   Johnson   287;    Gibsons  ' Mixed, Doreen Crostoy 279; Peninsula Teen, Marg Simpson 207; v  Pender Harbour,  Albert ;Mar-.?  tin 276; Port lyfellbn, H. Dean  337,  and   Chuck   Keogh   276; 7  Peninsula   Commercial, Frank  Yates 308, Roy Taylor 290, and  Eve. Moscrip 281. :������������  High scores for. Nov...12 to  ��� Nov. 17 week were: '���"..:  Sechelt Ladies League: High  three, Elsie Johnson 656; high  single, Harriett Duffy 313;  high team three, Greenhorns  2377; high team single, Do or  Dies 904. ' -��  Gibsons Mixed: Womenlsi  '" high three, Doreen Crosby 6j03;  women's high single, Doreen  Crosby 279;. men's high thr,ee,  Jim Allen 604; men's high  single, Jack Fitchett 261; team  high three, Imperial 2653; team  high single, Imperial 1040T  Peninsula Teen: Girl's high  three, Doris Solnik 436; girl's  high single, Marg Simpson 207;  boy's high three, Allen Murray  498; boy's high single, Charlie  Tether  209:   team  high  th^ee,  ��� Alley Cats 2139; team high single, Alley Cats 806.  Pender Harbour: Women's  high three, Marie Higgins 504; s  women's high single, Jennie  Reiter 199; men's high three,  Ron Pockrant 599; men's high  single, Albert Martin 276; team  high three, Hi Bailers, 2267;  team high single, Big Five 799.  Port Mellon:. Women's high  three, Natalie Addison 624; women's high single, Natalie Addison -232; men's high three,  Chuck Keogh and Sig Peterson  tied with 655; men's high single,  H.  Dean  337;   team  high  ��� three, 2602; team  high single,  Lokomotives  1010. iy  Peninsula Commercial: Women's high three, Eve Moscrip  703; women's high single, Eve  Moscrip 281; men's high three  Frank Newton 721; men's high  single, Frank Yates 308; tfam -  high three, Peninsula Contractors 2977; term high single, Peninsula Contractors 1145.  Sechet Sports Club: Women's  high three, Chris Crucil 680;  women's high single, Chris  Crucil 272; men's high three,  Bernie Duval 613; men' high  single, (phil Def,eenheer 261;  team high three, Blue Devils  team high single, Blue Devils  1040.  Bali and Chain: Wamen's  high three, Rose Morrison 588;  women.s high single, Rose Morrison 265; men's high three, Allan Chester 620; men' high single, John Richardson 240; team  high three, Screwballs, 2378;  team high single, Texas Rats  894. ''  Boat Building.  Repairing  Overhauling  Welding  Machine Work  INSLEy  Pender Harbour 475  NALLEYS  POLAROID LAND CAMERA, or  your favorite KODAK      y  EAGLES EAT GOOSE  Last week,' at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. Joe Poole at Roberts Creek, a" Canada Goose  from the migrating flock spent  four days resting in the yard.  The Pooles watched the .bird  dfcrly and oh the fifth morning  looked out and saw two baldJ:  eagles completing their breakfast of wild-goose.  in SihgiW Items of Gifts Sets by  Coty,     Lentheric,   ��� Chanel ���  Yardley    or     RevlonT XX'  Beautiful, Big -Bride-Bolts,  A real money-saving value!  Cameras".  ELECTRIC SHAVERS: Come in and choose.';  A remarkable choice of Gift Boxed ,  ���'.   CHOCOLATES  including a delightful Music Box of Chocolates!  These are just a few from our Gift Line.  May we suggest?  Oar LAY AWAY PLAN toill please $ov.  WSKS&ZX  SECHELT GIBSONS  PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS  warn  ���it"  The  Finest  Choic?  of Christmas  Gifts  * *���  We  Have Ever  Offered!  NEW BOOK GIFTS  Pookie Tales,     Fairy Tales  Bibles and Bible Stories  Burgess Animal Stories  Mystery & Adventure Books,  Teen Age"  MECHANICAL    TOTS  Wonderful Battery-Operated  Machines  Working Models of Big Equipment  Cars and Trucks of All Kinds  TINY TOTS TOYS and GAMES  Funny, jointed PULL TOYS of wood  or plastic, in bright colors/  PAINT and CRAYON SETS,  - . *     .      ..:.".-'.' ���...   ,--���������.-.     ...  Coloring Books, one of /the nicest  selections we've ever' had in stock.  DOLLS of all descriptions & sizes  BOYS' TOOL SETS.  GIRLS' TEA SETS  Games and Gifts for All Ages, including Mom and Dad!  ���     ��� ���   " ������ .  for  a  Merrier  Christmas,  Shop  Early  at  Howe Sound 5 10&15c Store  Phone 41F  Gibsons  Theatre Building  IBB  SECHELT MOTOR TO  Announces Change of Bus Schedule  Effective x^^^0^S6\:'-:-.  ''/-.;.'.������  Sun.  .NORTHBOUND  A.M.  P.M.  :p.m.;  P.M.  only  Lv. Vancouver  8.15  1210  2.50  6:25  -  Ar. Gibsons  10.25  2.20  ,T ���S.OP; ������:  8.35  Sachelt  11.00,  3.10  5.30  9-15  Powell River1  37l5p.  8.45  1.15a.  .  SOUTHBOUND  A.M.  A-Mt":  A.M.;  P.M.  P.M.  Lv. Powell River  630  11.10  4.50  Sechelt         *  8.00  10.15  3.00p.  8.15  4.15  Gisons  8.55  1055  3.45  9;00  510  Ar. Vancouver  10.45  12.45p.  5.35  l(K50  6-55  These schedules may. be seen at the Bus Depots- in Sechelt,.,       -  Powell River, Gibsons and Vancouver. .,   ������  Any objections may beTfiled with theT public Utilities Corny ���  mission, Motor Carriers Branch, .1740 West Georgia, Vancouver.  Cecil C. Laurence, Sechelt        .7V.; ...  SECHELT MOTOR TRANSPORT  Noy.Y^a, y1956TT'7t  -. -i ���


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