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 Published  in   Gibsons,  B.  C*  .January 24,   1357.  ..Volume -l 11, Number -4.:  Provincial Library*  Victoria*, B. C*  Serving ihe Growing  Sunshine Coast  At   la&t  -week's  meeting   of  the temporary Centennial com-  ��� mittee a proper committee was  formed with William McAfee  as chairman and Village Commissioner C.P. Ballentine, tern-.  * .pbrary chairman, was named  vice-chairman.  Lenora Inglis volunteered to  be secretary and her first duty  V was to advise all organizations  to select two representatives  to attend a meeting Jan. 30 in  the United Church hall, starting at 8 p.m. at which organization will be expanded.  An official B.C.  Centennial  .. invitation, signed  by Lieutenant-Governor   Frank  M.   Ross  " sihd Premier; W.A.C. Bennett is  being, made available to all local Centennial committees for  sending to former residents of  ' .the community, friends and relatives who  live   elsewhere in  British  Columbia,   Canada   or  abroad, inviting them home for  * the Centennial celebrations in  1958.  -.    In this way the B.C. Centennial committee feejs the "fam-  -���aly reunion"'aspect of each lo-  ���yc&l Centennial celebration will  be enhanced. '     .  The  invitation leaves  space  on the reverse side for a special message to be printed from  tlie Local Centennial-commit-  , (t*ee and also a space for a per-  "' sonal niessage from tlie sPnderT  Portraits;    Of *��� Her ' Majesty^  Queen Victoria'. and-ite'r |VIajes1-  ty Queen Elizabeth II, appear  at tlie -top of tlie' invitation on  T; \ieither sid^'of tlie /official CerF  T tenniai crest. Illustrations, rep-  :P 0 to close  Bat. afternoon  ijntil further notice ' the  Post Office at Gibsons will  dose Saturdays at 1 p.m. This  mgans it will be open from 8  p,.m. to 7 1 p.m. " Saturday and  "from 8 a.m. to 6" p.m. Monday  toT Friday, James Marshall,  postmaster, announces.  '. A   letter   from" the  Sechelt  ;R|>d and Gun Club read at the  mjeeting of the Sechelt Board  of Commissioners, Jan. 16, sug-  Hon. James Sinclair, ,in a  letter read at Monday night's  ���dinner meeting of the Board of  Trade at Danny's Dining Room  lias promised to place the construction bf a breakwater in  Gibsons harbour before the department of- public works in  Ottawa when the ferry moves  out.  The letter was sent to Robert Lamont who. wrote him on  the subject of Black Ball Ferries removal to Hopkins Land-  Ting. Mr. Sinclair said the matter of Black Ball's moving was  purely one for management to  decide. The company was not  satisfied .with parking arrangements  in. Gibsons  and. felt it  such  a breakwater."  The letter was placed before  the Board of Trade by Walt Nygren, chairman of the marine  committee of the board. Support for the idea of retaining  Some ferry service here was  shelved as the board members  felt the removal was definite.  Pender Harbour Board of  Trade asked for support in its  aim to get the road from Kleindale to St. Mary' s Hospital  Improved. This support was  given.  The Powell River Story, - a  movie on the Powell River Paper mill proved to be one of  keen   interest    and    members  Tg^sted the Village take  steps    would be better served at Hop- - WJ*nt it back again to show to  Mwiasita*aa������w^  Ferry service  at munici  argued  tcjr acquire foreshore rights to  k'x waterfront area at Porpoise  fiay which would be available  t6" residents and tourists for  bfeach activities and small boat  launching.  y Ralph      Johnson,      Village  <?le.rk,  will write* the  Federal  ��� dept. of public works in New  Westminster   for   information  regarding action   to  be taken  jZk> acquire such rights'.  y Trade   Licence   Amendment  No.  1   was passed'   for   third  Reading. ���.' ';.'T '"   '*  kins Landing.  On the subject of a breakwater, Mr. Sinclair wrote: 7'I  have been asked to get a breakwater built east of the wharf  to protect the large number of  jfishing boats1 and pleasure  craft which use the floats west  of the wharf. This, construction  is not possible as" long as the  jferries use ~ the dock as they  need room to' manoeuver; If,  however, the Black.Ball Ferry  company-.doesy.chap.ge its ter-  hii^us to Hopkins, I have pro-  high  school students.  i j The board will .go oh record ' mised the fishermen of Gibsons  7as unanimously supporting ihe' *hat I would ask the, public  : Application of Blade Ball Fet-  Commissiorief :^ Mylroie,    at  7 Tuesday Right's  Village Commission   meeting,   brought   up  the matter of themovement underway ' in 7 Gibsons' to   have  commission was ]that Ifhe  sier-.  some.sprtTof'���directferry ser-  y. resentative of historic sites in.,, vice, frbrii^ Gibsons to yancou-  ('the province, borider the ihvita-T ' ve?T.aiid the consensus' of; the  /tion message. 7' 7-;"���'..' rr;-���"*������������:��������� ������'.������'77./������������'.���.���'-.*.-���*��� ���"-���������---^~���-y-~>  ���^free  Pf Tclikrg^; to   each local;v'  Centennial .     committee       in  amounts up to 30%  -of Hheir  jurisdictional    population. 7,    ���  ��� l^iesTLtd. to move.its'terminal  <jp Hopkins'Landing, in;..the:.in-.  vice\frpmr Hopk^V  would not: seriously affect tra-> ^f^T^^ k^ter. public y&cili- -.-.  vel from Gibsons because the XJies' -A copy pT this resolutibn  bus route would pass thrc^gli l|^*;��e forwarded.to Hon.,P.A.  ;Gibsons.7-7* ���Ayx}-XXZAXxX:xXZry-r^0^Ai''' Minister   ^���'���'..S$h~  N^couritsx tcrtalling^ $22^ .rXy;--- y,; -'7-  W^rerordered-paid- Of. this toT^ |T;#^PM^^ Payable,, totalling  ,  -  -nil  &.t;  A   dinner   Tweeting  of  Gib-  ��� sons . Kiiiettes was held recently at Danny'sTDawng roonY with  West Vancouver Kinette presi**-  general;expense.-      ,.;  ' A' buildingiTpeririit for a.:2l  .x39 foot private *dWelling',<\*ras  issued T'to.7^'. /Rpgers of North  Burnaby.  Commissioner Mylroie urged  that some,   action  be   sought  adopt pjKoject  Successful  year shown  A   successful   year  was   reported at the annual meeting  ��� of   Gibson   Memorial   United  Church,        Rev p. Donaldson,  minister. ��� ' ������������������ "���<".���  Receipts for the. year totaji-  . led   $3,823.65   which  included  $1,843.66 froin Gibsons, offerings; $350 ;.from, Wilson Creek;.  $250 from, Roberts Creek: and  $425   from  Port  Mellon   also  ... $250 from tlie Women's Assbc-*  iationand $85 for hall* rentals,  ^^^ZZ^^Xrz: :v^��i?burse^ents ^tailed-���$^jg^5r  38 leaving a banlc, balance of  , Gibsons* iBbyv'Scpiit' associa-'*   treasjarer,;Trep<^rted7  tion  has;^rtedT'its;��^^ Associa-  electing -officefe ^d/pr^arang /-tion reported receipts totalling  ifeo^.Sl and^disbursements of  $808,32 leaving a  balance on  wereyenosip^^^  of last"weefcSe the home of the    higher tlian last year's balance  works "7 department  , public  to 7 build  Scoyiirs  are  topic  '���dehti-^ixie;, bourdon   calling' ^^P^-^j^P^^^  X 7 Addressing    Port    Mellon's  X'fOPTA. Xjcm.   the   "Importance   of *  Isiempn'tary    Education",    Mr.  >philds Emphasized the oneness  y^f- edi*iation   with   the   same  ;.^irn$: :.f>nd  principles   through-  T^pi^l: vThe   Elementary    School  T��ts;,6f* special   importance,   Mr.7  Childs believeS, because begin-.  7|aiiiftgs' are important and it is'  yfie|p��(::-the clild is introduced to "  ;Tth^'jskills which will provide a  ,|6Ud foundation, for his later  yjife* and most important of all.  This attitude tp* worjc which will  'influence not only his'later life  1 put������the ���.n^xt'..jgeneration.   .*.  Another   impbrtant* function  of yeducation which Mr. Childs    ,,.......,    ,     ,       .     ^   . x  mentioned   is   to    foster   the .X^���1* ^ted-her for ttie top  ^hjld's   ability  towonder^dTfffT^^^t^^ff^  i.sy.��i+��i ^^L��.+���'��--+i,-,T^.^w^.T* ���.phildren was given-by Barbara  the meeting to oi'der:; Merle  Jackson supplied a talk on  "Kinetteship" and pictures  were taken by members of the  West Vancouver club and  ���George Hunter Qf Gibsons Kiri-^  smenyclub. -���.-y:  A  gavel; and v<jorsage   were  I>resented the president of Gib- :  sons Kinettes, Norma Hodgson,  by President Bourdon of W.est  Vancouver.        Congratulations,  were received from. Wally'Pe'- ".  terson,presideht   of   the   Kinsmen Club of Gibsons and from  North   and   South  Vancouver  clubs, Vancouver, Deep Cove,  North and South Burnaby clubs  &nd Point,.Grey. .  The   newly   installed.Apr.esi:  Ideiit thanked ihe' .members' for.  of a garbage7 disposal'- lot and  4he.i!eQ^mi^iotf. siippprted his.  stand but" Hvas* "-"informed the  matter is still in; the;*hands of  the lands departmfentT-f''"  :. In 1957, Girl Guides all over  the world will be celebrating  the IQOth- anniversary; of the  birth of their founder, Lord  Baden^Powell:-;^   7 ..;.   .  First  GibSohfe   Guides   hiave  Humphries reported.  The Sunday :SchopL- report  by Mrs. A. Puchalski showed  there were 66 children and  tour teachers. Collections from  his vital. interests in the mean-7,  p^ngs and origins of the. (wond'l.;  ���and to encourage his develop-:  ment as an individual capable**  of independent and courageous  thought .able; to Resist, the ten- f  dency to- conformity   and the  assembly. line r.citizen.  To accomplish these high  (ideals of education we need  more . of the best qualified  . teachei's in Elementary schools,  and Mr. Childs gave examples  of progress iu B.C. where all  children regardless of where  they live Tare entitled to a secondary education, and that in  "this school district elementary  teachers are not discriminated  against but are paid at the  samerate as high school teachers: Advanced courses of study  are available to them at UBC  and the new College of Education. -T      v ���  Mr. Childs' talk led to a.lively disussion on the need .for  PTA's to make the public and  government aware of the urgent need for more and better  qualified teachers and for  smallr classes.  ijdlirisoh:  Union function  *.���;��������� The inauguration of the 1957  executive of Local 297, International Brotherhood of Pulp,.  Papermill and Sulphite Workers was held at a banquet and  dance in the Community hall  Saturday night. The new executive is: President, Mr. J.  Munro: first vice-president,. Mr.  M. Whitey; second vice-rpresi-  dent, Mr. C. Johnson: Financial  secretary,, Mr. A. Lockwood,  and corresponding secretary,  Mr, W. Welsh.  2nd concert  '���'���   ������. ��� "���:��������� "7y    ��� "  011  F0b.':;8.  Betty  Allen,'} who  will  sing  " on Feb. 8, the.second overture  Concert artist to appear at Gibsons, has just re turned to the  United States after: a" triumphant Caribbean tour/The brilliant  young negro .singer's rise  to  stardom  has been a  rapid  one ���  and  has  gained accel-  ..eration after every concert because   Miss Allen's  vocal  and  ' personal  magnetism   has   generated', an enthusiasm  in   her  audiences. ������'���    ��. , ,  She was the choice of Fritz  Mahler for soloist with the  'Hartford Symphony in tlie Verdi Requiem. The critics called  her performance "completely  superlative". She appeared at  Lewisohn Stadium and at the  New York City Center, and"  she won the Marian Anderson  Award.  will be held Friday of this  week at the..' home pf TLprne  Blain starting atT7:30 pTmjT ;  Officials   chosen   last  week  were   Cliff   Oviatt,   chairman,-  iTZnZn s^r^-^s- Sund^sc^dT^iier s  Ed Johnson, vxcechairman; Bill    rr-u * ^ *  c�����,i,^��� *^���^-  -     j   j .There  were four members"-Of  Sneddon,.trainmg and advance-/   ...   ���-.-*������-���.     ,    ,   ;,. . ; .  selected as part of*their tributeT   ment    and   Murray    Crosby  ' the Sunday School admitted.to  the project of praising; funcfe to':   fcamping. and activities.        -  '    ful1   church. membership   dur-  be~donated fo the Pender liar- Joim Robinson:?g��ive��� afuir' mg tW-^ar.  ��� .y .: n.-.v. v *  bbur*Hospital; A Tea--iind Sale    report oa Cub.*actiyiHes. in this Owing to.pressure on space  -of Home'Baking'���4isfs,'-tfeeR'"plah-.".' area. Any lads wanting' t'o be- ' the rest;,df'the' financial state--  ned'for Jan. 26 in the -United������' como    scouts   should   .contact  .'ments. of pther. churches witlir  Ross Oviatt, Winston Robinson'    ih the char'ige will be reported  and Eddie Anderson*.     '..-.-. -v , - - "next week,  Chnrch.Hall, Gibsbns-from 2 -4  PM; ���'<-������ ' ^-'i: �������������������� '-���  ���&*���?&."���*<>  Eted'Claytoh Legion zone commander  MERCHANTS  MEETING  The annual general meeting  of the Merchants Credit association of* the Sunshine Coast  will be held Thursday, Jan.  24 in Roberts Creek Community hall when the year's work  will be reviewed an-j officers  elected for the year. Qther matters pertaining to the association's operations will also be  reviewed.  ESSAY WINNERS  , Tfwp high, school students- of [  Madeira Park School were  awarded regional prizes in the  provincial cancer essay contest  sponsored by the B.C. Division  of the Cancer Society.  Sixteen school districts were  awarded first and second prizes. Madeira Park school win-  i ners were David Lloyd, first,  $25 and Dorothy Gregerson,  second, $10.  The golden daffodils presented Mrs. Chaster on her  93rd birthdey were from Mrs.  Maude Fisher and Mrs. Celia  Fisher and they were presented by Mrs. Maude Fisher.  "' EieetiniT Ifr'edX Clayton \ ^of  Pender Harbour as Zone Coin?  mander   of     the    Elphinstone  Zone, Canadian Legion, BESL,  representatives of Powell River, Texada Island, Pender Harbour, Sechelt, Roberts Creek,  and Gibsons branches along  : with members of their ladies'  auxiliaries met at Sechelt-Jan.  12 and heard addresses by Dominion Council member Bob  Macnicol, and provincial secretary, Duncan Maclennan of  Vancouver. Mr. Clayton will  serve for a two year term and  attend provincial command  meetings.  Mr. MacLennan emphasized  the necessity of a zone commander visiting branches regularly and assisting branches  in carrying out Legion regulations in the conduct'of their  business. He promised the units  in the zone every assistance  from provincial headquarters,  but pointed out that with  around 180 branches in British  Columbia, it was difficult to  please everyone.  Mr. Macnicol discussed legislative proposals made at a  meeting with the cabinet of the  government in Ottawa, on Nov.  9, at which ho was present. In  the main, these covered suggested improvements ih the  war, veterans allowance regulations ahd disability pensions.  The reason for the Legion prcs-  . ;sing Jheir ..requests ^nd asking  ment  has failed to adhere to *  Z^^^S^��^^k,J9y.,J^^.S^JJ?y^-    the   understanding  that   these  . pensions would be based on the  wage   paid   to  common  labor.  ment~at'the present session of  the House of Commons was  "that inflation was here, no matter whether the government  admitted it or not. In peate  time it would be a very unpopular thing to. .try to fix prices  from time to time. In requesting ,that Ottawa carry out its  obligations in this regard by  granting an increase in disability pensions of 33 V5 percent.  and wages, ahj*r he doubted �����0>**rMr. ' Macnicol    ventured   .the  any   government   would   take  that action.  Canada is   experiencing  the  biggest'  boom   in ��� its history,  yet people in the low income  groups are suffering hardship,  and the veterans,  particularly  the War 1 group are no exception  to   the rule,   the   cabinet  was told. Genei-ous casuai earnings  are  permitted for   recipients   of war   veterans  allowances wluch  cost  tlie government nothing, but there are a  number, and it is going to increase, who because of age, location of residence or condition  of  health, cannot  avail  themselves of any part time employment, these are the people who  have to   exist  on the meagre  allowances, the Legion arguod.  The Legion   is   asking   that  married    veterans    allowances  be   . increased    to    $120    per  month, and that the ceiling on  married   persons   be   $2,000   a  year. Single and widows $1200.  The   ceilings* are   now   $1,440.  and   $840.   In   regards   to   war  disability   pensions   which   arc  paid "as of right" the govcrn-  opinion that if the government  would call off the "Par^y"  whip," and permit its back  bench members to vote as they  please, the vast majority  would support the legislative  proposals of the Canadian Legion, which are modest considering the present cost oi living  in Canada.  A resolution was passed by  the . meeting, that the Hon.  James Sinclair,^ member for  the constituency, be advised  that the member branches of  the Elphinstone Zone of the-  Canadian Legion unanimously  endorse the legislative requests  of the Dominion Council as presented to the government last  November.  A, vote of thanks was given  the ladies of Sechelt Branch  for arranging refreshments,  and to the branch for use "of its  club room facilities. Mr MacLeod, president of Sechelt  Branch invited the. Zone to  hold its next meeting at Sechelt. following meetings to bo  held where branches in the  Zone are in operation. ?  0  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE  ���'���'������     '    LAND  -.*���  In-Land-Recording District  -Of  Vancouver and situate on.  ���tlie shore of Sakinaw Lake in  the   vicinity  of  Pender  Har- :  bour, B.C.  Take notice that I Guy Law--"  rence of Westview, B.C., by  occupation,^ retired telegrapher intend to apply7 for permis^  sion to purchase the following  described lands:���  Commencing , at   this   post;  tserice along, the Lake  Shore  10 Tohains  North;   thence  six  Vchains West; thence ilO chains  :S6uth; thence six chains East;  ���ahd- containing six acres, more  or less.  '���������     The purpose for which this  land is required is a summer  home.  ' '     Guy Lawrence  Dated November-24th, 1956.  NAVIGABLE    WATERS    PRO-  :���T--T   TECTION ACT.        - '  R, S. C. 1952, CHAPTER 193  PROPOSED LANDING AT BRITANNIA BEACH,  B.C.  apply to the Minister of Publu  Works at his office in the Cit> y  of-Ottawa,7for ^ppr^valypf. the ���  said ; site arid plan.      "    .  yZ&at$d the  l&th day  of-Jan-7  tiaiy^:J��57. -'-'��� -v     '���'    ' : :t  V    .".' E. .S. JONES,  ��� ...J...   DEPSITY.MINISTER  Departnjent of Highways,  Parliament Buildings,  yi^r&;^B'.a:--;'"r';:-'  NAVWaABLE    WATERS    PRO-  XTECYibX ACT  r:s-c 1^2, Chapter 193  PROPOSED &ANMNG At .  .7-.   ^I^DFIBRE^JJ.C.   -.  .    (The   Minister. of   Highways,  Government Tpf the Province T of  J^iti^T.yCpltunbia, hereby gives  HISTORICAL  ''^.yx ���-.._jm ���'";'?;''  and  Works at 6tta\Va, arid.in the!'office''.' of th�� Land Registry District of Vancouver jit Vancouver,  B.C., a description of Site  and plah of ferry landing proposed to be Tbiiilt-' at Woodfibre,  at thfe South-west corMr of tlie  Alaska Pine :and Cellulose Limited wharf oii District ipdt '5093  and. lying ��� -in ������approximately a  Southwesterly direction.  And take notice that after the  7 The Minister of Highways expirationX<�� one . month from  Government of the Province oi tthe. date .of.'the publication of  British   Columbia  hereby  gives    this notice, the Minister of High-  ARTICLE NO. 3 .'  To support the considerable  number of families coming into the district there had ti> be  ��� ' '   ' \ '���'  some, means to make a living.  I believe that even in. tlie early 'days..there was   some,,evidence of "a factor, of ten x>yer-  ;lopked, ���   that     lias     carried  through   the   years.   'That   is,  Gibsons has been a place for  notiee that he -has, uiider Sec-    families to, "live", ..whiteT the  ;tion 7 'of the above Act, deposit-   head followed the logging,.:!ish-  isd. with Tthe-'Minister '&�� Public    ing,    construction   ��"A    X+V"QT  . notice that he has/under Section 7 of the above Aet, deposited with the Minister of Public  Works at Ottawa, and in the office of the Land Registry District of Vancouver at Vancouver  B.Ci, a description of site anc  plan '������ of ferry landing proposed  to be built at Britannia Beach  ��� immediately NPrtft'pf the roch  ; Tfilied approach to the Britannis  Mining    and Smelting Company  " Limited whairf on District i^oi    Victpria^B^r'-';T T7  ' yHr)k and approximately parallel   *i**��i*��?��i*iiM' ^ "' *  ways, Goiverrimeht of the" Province of British Columbia, wilL  Twnder Section 7 of the said Ace,  apply to the Minister bf Public  Works at his office in'the .-City  ��tf Ottawa/ for approval of the  said .site and. plan-  Dated the 18th day of January,  1957. ���"���  E. S. JONES,  and other  seasonal work throughout, tlie  province, coming home when  able, or when work was slack.  Local work has always .been  ���very largely connected with  the timber industry, and ..that  mostly with the logging end.  Wishing, locally, has never  "been commercially important,  though some few men have at  times been able to eke oi|t a  living, or partial living. It does  seem that many of the original  settlers, and many of tlfose  coming in later, had. some form  .of agriculture iri mind; they  apparently   hoped   to    get.   a  thousand foot level, and blackberries, red huckle-berries, saT-  al, Oregon grape, etc., and blue  grouse in countless thousands.  The beginning use of logs  other than actually select No,  1 fir, the use/of cedar for both  shingles and lumber, made possible 'the'ypper^bn of "one-  Jiorse" .type of logging, .suitable tp7the resources, of the settler.7 .These, men . then might...  work for one of the regular  logging outfits, or they might  get a team of horses and put  out timber., themselves. There  was plenty of the old fire-killed cedar around, seme of fine  quality, and lots of fir left that  had" good lumber; arid most  main roads were alreary in;  Getting out shingle-bolts was  a common way to "make a dollar". These were mostly hauled to tlie water on sleds, on the  skid-roads; but flumes were also being experimented with. I  think the first local flume was  one heading at a dam on Gibson Creek, not far above the  present site ..of the Sucre Lum-  est days by Chinese, wbo later  were supplanted by Japanese.  .Thp latter would , of tep. backpack shingle _ bolts '-ior.Tgreat  'distances to the sfcid-road, really killing work; but the haul-  2    Coast News, Jan. 24, 1957.  Tmg was done by horses, and  the Japanese never seemed to  learn how* to handle horses  well. Trlpwever,' locally, while  there were; quite; airitiniber of  both "Chinese arid Japanese in  the work at times, I believe  most was done by whites. ^The  local small loggingyiv^s. almost  entirely by ywhites, and, ;ihu's  furnished some income for the  settlers.  ������ ������ "������'   ; ��� ;r ,, ,,,ll,',,;r7'lii: '"������������ ��� '   "��*  Applications axe invited   for the following positions:  Elphinsipne Jr.jSr;; High School��� Part-time, janitor - commencing February 1, IS57 - $1.50 per hour.  Davis Bay School -r-. New Iwo-xoontK school opening middle or  end of February - Salary 65.00 pes. month �� 10 months.  The Board of School Trustees ,   '���   ?  School District No.-48 (Secheli).  ,.-   '-,'-���'���   1    " n T i ' *���'���"   '"i"*1;,1" '    ���' '    ',"      '���     "i'i   '   '     ���        '   ' "   '  ''" '.       ''     '.I      . 1." 1    ,   7-'Y'7 -i'ii'  1       "iH  '  '���tM&m&i zmrncE ow" i^s? ''co'M^-:'-iiN^-.'Rl&  Departihent ;6i, Hp  Parliament B11x'''  \o  and 70 feet from the liig**i  ^w-ater line.  ���"' ; '������'"���-��� ������������  :v-^;And take notice: that after the  e*pkiatioah of ��n^n*t^^  *-^h*f^date7of tti0T ��MicatititfT oi  X'^^y^e.th^  ;i'M$y$>^;^ofyernment: Pf the Prjbvr:  Xtym ':& TBntish1 (^ttofii%^Il  Set oFlahd cleared and under ���'���'b6r-'.Cd:Ti^;',ffii$ flume led to   ,NOTICE is hereby given that the; Court of Revision under,tie  cultivation, and tp then the be^ich at hearXthe present    provisions^ of the/'Assessment Equalization Act'; respecting:' the  to live, and support their fam- Granthjam's . Laiidihg    wharf. . "1857..Provincial Assessment Roll for the Comox Assessment Dis-  ilies, by the produce .of %e A^ .-;.- . T  l^nd'.TExcept in ^ome very few mentioned   w)S .' built . about  f pr property: witliin"School Districts No. 727 (Campbell River),  _ borderline "*Ha|le> these   hbpes 189(6:\'6r 1897) vvas built:^by the ,-.No;,73 tAlert^Bay)^ahdNd. 74 (Quatsino) at Campbell ^iver, BiC.  DEPJJTY ^i^TS^R T.h^ye   not   ^eeh   jiistiiied 7;'Of Niclt|ioiis;T^hear^^��^rts C^reek,   ,.on Wednesday, February 6th, 1957,.at..l0;00 o'clock, in the fore-  sntfc'of 'rngK^ays,"' ''"'���'���        t$at, tp6ire l&tfer. "' " '''"'"   ' %Tl90l.T^isyv^s west of .'the . y       -'....   .7 . ���   ^.; .....:  '   'The' Id^ging,  however,   has Cr^ek, . ^iy^g .7 the   nam6  p  ever  beeil    the    mdin&tay T^CO- "lPfiiiYib Wflv"   Tm&vArif 'rviiirs^,     "Als^siametif.:.',n1str!<*t. n't. ClfnivtenaVTZXCl..  on  ThiirarJav ��� T5,oKnia7'��'  'n^icjiny; tfeat is; ..tlie'.sale, of  s;  ...Foif. ��� Guarmrtiwa ���;  Watch aitS^ffeweliy  rs  Work done foii < the 'Piktai$is��  WEBOTQLD  ��� '-wmm'   logs hasT brought more^n^bttey  into the district than anyTtSier  ; '^ligie Tform xif' pr^ctid^' and  " there'have���'&$& More nien xl~  iiifiiibire  iia^  es  Fljuine Bay". Later,.bfcoiirsfe-  killed cedar and fir shags,  mostly large, and mostly quite  sound still;. Alder was beginning to cdthe Tai6iiigvihe creek  beds; the big flajs were covered  with a tremendoiusrVgrp)!rth. of  bracken f^rn^ 'prihef ''"*'*" ' ''';'J,:  ^Mssihent District at Coiirtenay, ��� B.C., on Thursday,: Ee;br.ua,ry  7th, 1957,,at lCOOo'clock in the forenoon-ih the.Cpi^;jH.ouse;'  Dated at Courtenay. B.C. this 11th; day of Janua.ry, 1957.  '.'." .''.���.������'������'. "'   '-iiijyCARSY':-���"',">������. ���   .'  . Court of Reyisiori.  ASSESSMENT  DISTRfiCT  (i*  ��� 'A^XrX'ArXV.A-yX^. .^z'y'ft--.' ^a^yy^-yA V'^&vy ���v.vv*��v��.y  Fir��t aa��*> Condition: 4700  ��� ^eeomiiXtmier tkte;'������fa$gataVr.,$.^fagm: P^^^^ctual  :��� 'cr'|^;:i^;-bein^^  .' wefe^&&^'A^dT''ip^7'^Mih^ ';" '���;;^-~ir���T������-^���^^.   ���.- . y-------  f:0n$$y-"''e''. Zr'ZZ'Z Z'"Z"Z .-T':7y ���'.;-,.  /��� r:,  'XS^^'-'-lor.^i^^T^^^^-Of'-^  . ,tp '*ii7hafldi^-ii^ie^  -">���*������.���<���--.i-JT:S*.'&*J i4tv'��������Si&iSe.*i& :-f���"��>.*,��� j*SS*w3'-%' '--.v. ��� ��� ���������.  -.�����  '������$#^-:$^-'*l^*-*^ :- **  . 7*^':5^-W4ft^:7l^^W\^��-  .���;-a^:.leii^^.-iiia\^^t':r^  "���ZZ- \yZWyW^^&��^0W^  ^    . ���' m1'-  *:�� -i^CV-^"^ ������"V-V'-V** JV*^      ��� *������%   lW--*t=?'t5V.-.*H*      -.*-    ;*5*iw-Jt  ���'-;;������  \+\\\*^ i\mw<mmmmmmmm A\\A \ ijititfi f i TTTf ifft'ftrfi^ihflifgi'iTiiW^'i''^  *-:���"��� ."  j->i4v  :������&  yy. j^p^rtantly,"7tp^d7:^  T XijMtiXhtirfc^ ^l^^7sni^5^lil  7- Tth^>cc^^.^Tat^p>^Tt^'  ���������:  .>":  ij^f 1?:  >1Y ���  ��... 1  i^,^ '�����/.*.>'���.  mf'Mi^^me^-  '-.C7T  l��.-$o-,. Wpul^' you" 1>�� willing to teach in yoocTcrtiS*' cttfe-  :' munity while the. present/ shortagfe exists?/iMarrsed wonxen'  \ 'and others who have crertiHca^on. ^ B^t^xGplu^^:  r^&otols-will be urgently^ needed n^^.^^^^^^'X^^1^  7'$\a��\ British Columbia childi^^^veT'piSa^riy'''qua^^d;  ' t6acHerS' next year.. Xf.you hdve a; certifIcatS ���and': 'ire wfll*��  ing to undertake thi��-public service get in touch wihythe  Secretary-Treasurer of  Schopi ��� District, Noi 4 4��i X^echelt);  Bbx; 19, Gibsdhs, B.C. pr7phone:Gibsons/4S^fprYfu^er ih-  fdrthation and for application forms.  If * your services are reqloired; you will, be given asa  -'. opportunity' befpreT beginning y^ur wprk^ to biepjnie  ac-  TT.qiiaiiitM iwith existing school 'techniques, texts," ancTcduyses,  "=��� of- study.. Teachers with Academic certificates are particularly needed for secondary schools.  If you aire a* qualified teacher, but not certified" in  |,jT;Bi*itish;Cdlunibia, application for certif ication can '-be-made'-'  f5 to the-Registrar, Department of Education, Victbrla;'  The Board of Schoojl Trustees  School District No. 46 (Sechejt),  i >3&l^*$f^^ .  IxZ^i^Z^V^^^^:^^:  ���:- 'l^Zi^^0^..&^^ii^^^pdi,-.  Z:W^I^^��J^^X0^a^  ^^i^^J^0^M^w^Z.  " '^'X^^^X^X^^^'XZ^^ ���  .,'Vl^^y'^'/a^ .  .���"ij-p}^i.ic>(3t pt-;tl^Tp^in^;l^g|ngf;  -  debris, the old tops,;7bi^cnes^  .etc.,     probably-  -becameXi a  . "crpwD.1'' ,fir<C and _k^ed;;mdst  Tbiit^f^tna^  ed and left staining, ajnSd all  '' TiiieT* standing; cedarT .I^T raiv -uB.  ^.the'T'^unfeto'T:^ '.ala^t^'^ils- .-  ..yi^ooo '^pxZ.i0��iiyf^Z^^0)^z  ''lihiil &':di^^ '  thnber standi beJii^d^: 'iiPa|k^nsT  _.iahdii^;''';^.erey^erfr was ..ho  ^ng^'l<^gfeg.debns 1��?feedlit,.  a^S'.tlieT'cro^'Tfir^  I remember7.the, ,fJ^ years;  ... we were^h'ere,. frphi 3,9()0 oil,  " the "big ] flat; up "the hiU; frpni'  , the T'cehiptefy  ^mer-,"'ta7'\P^tTT  Smithsxijaj^d^g/yfyi^Xa^h^t.  bai*^ of ^gfeen" tiinb^i'. '.It."  was "a great;^eep o��_cduntiy,  coyered ';witfirthdu|^hdi^.pf^'i?e��7  ; mountain;.' side   was   levered  ^^lATc;'tcbxis.tmasT;.tre^" Tftart- .  /'jWgTfro^  damaged' timber abbvethe'two  Port Mellon (Sub-Agency): Open on  ���  Canadian Forest Products Ltd. semi-rnomhly pajday*.  WOR>rlK�� ,^IT.H    CAMAblANS    IN    iVERYTW^lK    OF    tlFE    SIMCE  vatea  wHWtt t'3a��'n. -Ji i im&t >x^tawtp M  lii&i^Atf&'SiE&F-  y.S5ne[f��i t^.;i^sser:khown; re-  ligipns groups 'in: 'tKe7United  States^ divides; its *#}��%��7i?*9  ^^./gE^nuS^' "Ll^^Si^^^^ '^-Ip^1*?:-  5ences, ^h? T^ajd^-^3 seliplar^  $gp, teachers* Zi&e dynartJic'ones  ^^in^uenc|s: $o. 4dd&; WeTcitfi  th'inSc ~o��men wko wotM find  a.place, to one ot,other'}o��thpse  tvgol'c&ia^. i' can^thihk; oi men  .^hJp::V'%!^-; ��^^&^-^P^^y?'  . jq^itefei ^r^^ped,*. and ' ^eldoih  given to- ^display' emotion .or  showy��"Zsx'0...<$eai,; <#'^hthysy  : ."ii^J'-Th^y .w^reTnot 'wordy or  ^gressive^^hut btiiers watched  Wem.���'"'::and' '"-their leadership  meant a great deal.  Then there were'otherg who"  actedyquickly. and d^cipvely,  .and t^tyr���'always had^a fpllow^  ing Veikft&Jpithemvtiie.-isspes  yitt, a case .seemed clear and  compelling.;'^eyJwere like the  people spoken of in the Bible,  ihey did their tasks wit-hTbpth:  hands.  "\   These groups often disagree;  -Itoihusiasts are typified by the  disciple Peter; the others re��  Vie^fii^^i^-^tilft^J^c-.-t. re-T  jtaeniber seeing  fr. St-. Paul's.  Gathedral^ aVMonummt\erect-  ed to Bishop HeUer, author of  the hymn: "From Greenland's  Icy   Mduntains";   it  had   this  arreati|^ sentence:: *'HeT cpm-  y^dV|r^ii'.'^]^uSi��a&1- wth  wide tpleratibife" It was an ,'urk  ���usual' 7&^t&; |pr --iTttasse y Vww  qualities seldom   go  together. -  The teacher an*l ,tKe doe*' often are antagonistic l^- the zea-  io^often i&��inpatient with.tiie  thinker and the quiet man, sus-  pectgs his go-getter brother.  Ttie late Dr. Charles Good-  ell published a book: "Heralds  of'Passion" and he made out  a strong case for Zealots. He  said: "Vou'cannot grow crops  by moonlight," and'he cited a  long list: of men of gri>ut influence of] much dynamic powej ,  and magnetism. Dr Goodell  writes: .'Nothing is so touching  as honest, enthusiasm and it is  deeply yj^bvliig'' because ' th&'\  speaker lias himself been moved.'-- wihen...thet apostle Paul  pleaded with noble earnestness  before Festus, the ruler cried'  with a loud voice: "Paul thou  art mad, learning doth turn  thee to madness:'' "Whatever  else' FestusT meant, he recognized that-thekapostle was carried1 aWay with passionate sincerity^ -  Enthusiasm  is   a  fine   trait  bf character and When I hear  , and- sometimes see yOung -peo'r  pie aroused over sport, or even  pblitics, I covet some of this  for ..true religion. Last; fall ;the  ���tumult' at political .meetings-  amazed nipandtpa certain extent; it is commendable-���tSfehr  why should we hesitate to  ^OW deep einptipn oyer, religious beliefs or convictions. But  I*want\to make it clear that we  are   not all   made alike   and  T some show; -emotion in differ**  ' ent ways; I have knpwn Christens air my life and I think of  some of the noblest men ,and .  ��� women I have known, many of .  them, concealed their deep feel? .  Sngs ������ then found it  impos*.  Bible to behave as others did;  As a coal fire when first lighiF  ed   belches   out   smoke   and  flame, and finally settles down  BY MRS. M. WEST  . Mrs.T -McMorran and her  .small sons Gordon and; Robbie  n��&ve returned to Nanaimo. after a visit with her sister' and  brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.  R. Finlay.  Mrs.   N. Ferris   of   .Crystal.  City, Man.,  who  is spending  six months on :the-west7cpa!rt7  has   been   the   guest   of   her  daughter   and   son-in-law  Mr.  and Mrs. R. Wilson.  Guest of Mr. and Mrs. E.  Preiss is Mrs. Preiss, Sr. of  Vancouver.  Mrs. Proulx   spent   several  .days in Vancouver with" sohs  Darey and Geordie, while her  mother, MrsV Glehient is stay-;  ing with them in Port Mellon,...  Mrs;-Sig#.ftte>rsph^has retuirn-y> T  ed from a Week's stay, in Vancouver.   ,y   . ;*-.T-'^','-'T;.-T.-7;;'.'!;, y .'���  Mrs..- I>fia*i^-��ivi:^?iBia' ^;4^^v-t^iMtU.  daughter have been:. staying  with her parents; MH: and Mrs.*  A. Lien at Longview for a  week.. ���  -     ;..,.-' :.TT;  Mr. G. Kerbis is horn* again  after three weeks* in ��� St. Paul's;  Hospital.  HARBOUR  ^Y JUDITH FLETCHER  Carl Leland of Princess Lour  ise Inlet spent seyerial days ih  Pender Haibour 7 visiting  Mends; He left later for Vancouver. ;  Ms:, and .Mrs.. .&l, Lloyd, are  spending the -weekend in Vancouver.  H. Brown of Malibu visited  Oarden Bay during the week.  Rev. Minto Swan and Mrs.  Swan, of ^Kingston, Ont., are  visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Alan  Swan. Rev. Swan is chaplain of  Kingston, Ont, penitentiary.  Lawrence Brown of Irvines  Landing is spending a few days  in Vancouver.  - - Skater*- are- -enjoying - themr  selves oh Lily and Hotel* La&es.  Dr. Itiley, school dentist, is*  in the 'Harbour for a few days  iooking    after   the   children's  teeth. *_  ..- Mrs.' Caryl Cameron is  spending the weekend in Van-  couer.  Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Kammer-  le of Irvines Landing have  moved to Madeira Park.  Mr. and Mrs: A. Burt of Irvines Landing have been spending the past month in Vancouver.  7-.TCflift^aan<|er.,.; T.M.   R&pasay  of|Swi^t;t^$.:yisi4^  bdtu^diifing .the week;   7 --  Capt. Christmas of Billings  Bay spent Wednesday at Garden Bay.  Joe Gregerson of Garden  Bayisa patienthi.ShaugjuTjgfesy  Hospital.  ; Mrs, Art Chepry. ha�� as  guests her daughter arwf son-  in?law, Mr. and Mrs. John.Tom*-  ^srfciewcz] -oPGliatn, ':tr.S: Territories.^ -They yate- spending a  "^||;,vvhile in .'PendeKHaffljour  before. leaying ,f or - Kodiafc, Al  as^a^^vhere,v;th^ ��� wijl--' niak^ -  their*hbttfe.:'''���"' yr*���"'  Bill Matier?, one, o�� Irvines  Landing's rehl pioneers,' w��s  back in .his own home to. eel-  ebrateThis a2hd bartiiday/ after  an illness of some weeks. Later  he left for* Vanco&yerr' on a little trip. v  ���MV  TO CO.TOACTOR  Tenders ^Ti^tetf ..for the burning; of all debris  and' rough  grading on the school site at Davis Bay.  *  Tenders, in sealed envelopes, marked "Davis Bay Site" will be  '.��� ���'."������."  ������        ���������     ..'*'  ��� - -.������'   ������-,-���. ''���������'.' *    A  accepted till 6 o'clock p.m;pn Monday, January 28, 1957.  to a steady glow, so are there  those who feel deeply but are  not voeaL      7        ���        "  The one thing we mtist:. not  do is to despise those who do  not agree with us; we need  each other and above all, we  need the grace of God.  Onr quotation today is by  Donald Han1c^:^'1NoWirtU�� is  safe that is. not passionate."  Coast News, Jan. 24, 1957.. ...,.37  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  ���"���   , The ^8rd;o�� School.Trustees,  Sp^^l* district!No. 46 (Sechelt).  Sfcehelt'W!Mews;  BY MRS. A.A. FRENCH  . At -St. Hilda's Anglican  Church annual meeting, Mrs.  S. Da\ve was re-elected secre-  tai^7 Captain S. Dawe is people's warden tnd'Mr. C.G.  Lucken, vicars 'warden. H.G.  J^indlay is ?treasurer. Mr. ,7.  .Parker will be delegate to the  synod 'with My. Raiph Parker  as alternate.  .' Mr. and Mrs. Tom. Duffy 'are  in Vancouver attending a wed-  Mr^a Frank   French 7 is   tn  Shaughne^y Military Hospital.  Mr. T.J. Garlick  is in Virs  toria.  "'Mr. and Mrs. J. Parker and  Stan Parker were in New Westminster at the Royal Columbian- Hospital, for thefirst xsap-  "pihg cfereni<tay7''*'inT"'','i^TcK 7513s"  Mary Parker received her first  nurses' cap.  ,,7<.*QuiteTa .aianber of^^.Sechelt-  ers attended  the  loggers coxi-  ���Vehtion including Mr. and Mrs.  George Miliar, Mr. ad J&fsi'. Ted .  Osborne, Mr. and Mrs.* Teddy  Osborne, Mr. and TMrs. Alex.  Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. Wally  .Smith and Mr. and Mrs..Don  Robinson. >..  Miss Joan Chapman, a niece  t��f Alex and Tommy -Lamb has  \jo.en on 'a vacation here. Misi;  Ch-iprnah is a TFiyin^. .Officer  with the R.C.A.F..-and conies  from Beaver Bank,. Nova Sco-'  ;tia.   ' ;   .'���    " . '  ��-  "'���m^ZJI.-  another >  w  ' V Im r% s$ ^ %l 21  ��� At the. request pi several citizens, the Board of School  Trustees is giving consideration to the.establishment of Evening  Classes,Unpluxlihg oneTfpr New Ganadians.   .. '   .�����  T:  Those directly iiiterested should" w*rifce to the Board giving  name, address, and courses pariicularly iec��mmended.  The Board of School Trustees,  School District No:; 46.  Bpx 19, Gibsons, B.C.  '. ���������-���. ux  fftfe atfiwrtkement It not publishsd or displayed by th* '--S  :U.s.--..::X-y7^X-f: ~.:'A ������;     ' ."  . "   ^j*  EVtiL-LINKRiDE     /  ������ -.-.-.--- ��� -' *  tii~**.))A\-      *  vr-.iO^o-O-o-Gt''*   "is Sil*.'  . *&-i;i ������,.'-.%isi^J.yi'iijs:.-*.*  .���'"W-:  'Xyy;��ZZm  \ ^  R �� c Vj ��f?.c*l : b.- s fr* ��tv''  ���.',. \~:.;f.-.��L\  AX  A v:t-.!r. *r>vv<iopx-i<4Y,y.,\p.->\\y i  ���/���: VW  Y '���*���>'���������.'*���'���; v *;�����  /O^a:  \X<tin ������'i&''fl> STQ:i.T'���  FIRSTS  tlrsS fa Stfftae. 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Pontiac's  . cloud-soft*Level-Line Ride ia the ride sensation  of the year, and Pontiac'B recirculating, ball-  type "steering gear, makes steering remarkably  easy, almost friction free, i'or greater convenience P6ntiac offers electric windshield wipers*  and a special ignition switch position for opera*  tion of accessories when the engine is oE.  *Optivnal ��t eli gA�� extra cott,  A ��eNB��At MOTORS VALUE  ..... mtk tfte uwrld*s greatest choice of transmissions  FIRST... with the umld's greatest choice of engines  tIRST. . .with the worlds greatest choice of models  IW FROM POWER TO PER!  ,, 00:.      r.ty-- -e* ':���  ���s$ ���*���  t.v*��;yuitny r,iohl before,-ypu:r. eyes'  '] ;--1-2-:3Tv^ys;-t& 5*vVitc-h!  ^,-XiyAXy,<y..y,[A:  .T^^-.4;'i^.M^'-^---  1 :'������, ���������'j.i .<r-   v    ',>!,?   . y*- - <��� ������*.-.  >���' v ������ '��':-.- r -.* ���- v   .��../-/. ..-.,���  ��� .��� .-  .*-*:������."/���    ������-. ��� ���''^-r-��� ���   *f'.*"  Y-.v -"���������- : ���  ������������* *./;���..'���--.'���?������:  ,..*���: ������ ���$��� ������;--������' ".���������    '������'���<*:.-��� -A--..-....-:  f ���:���..  THE NAME THAT MEANS A GOOD DEAL  ^fe^Re Seclteft t$ sons pe  BY  PHYLLIS M. HODGSON  IVIrs. Reg* Adams is in Y.io*  toria visiting her son and his  family.  Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Duncan  of Vancouver heve bought the  Sam -Eladger iipme. The Fiad-  agers ��� are now in their hew  home.  ��*��    'K    -5**  Mr. and Mrs. -HarryTS. Johnston who recently bought the  Graves property at Hopkins  were guests of the Thor Chris-  tensons for a few days.  Mrs. Edward, Grant who  spent the past few weeks visiting herfamily has returned  Jiome.  Mr.  George  Marsden, a  recent  hospital   patient,  is now  ���convalescing  at his home.  ���    i'fi    *  On Friday, Jan. 18, Mr. W.  W. Farnham celebrated his  97th birthday. It was a quiet  tout happy day with his daughter, Mrs. Mitchell, coming from  Vancouver and loadsi of greeting cards and letters from old  friends. Less than a year ago,  Mr. Farnham made an amazing  recovery and today is enjoying reasonably good health,  Jiving quitely and contentedly  S  BENNER  PARR-PEARSON  Ervin Benner of Sechelt  took his bridej the former Dianne Parr-Pearson to -Pentic-  ton, Wenatchee and Everett,  Wash., for their honeymoon  following their wedding in St.  Hilda's Anglican Church with  Canon H.U. Oswald officiating.  The bride is thfe daughter  ���pf Mv. and Mrs. E.E. Parr-Pearson .Yand.^e^jgroorn.is the son  of Mr-..,and Mrs. Louis-Benner.  For her ��� -wedding the bride  wxxre a ���GQcktail^lengt|ir^^^^^  of pale- blue bJ*ocade with three  ��� quarter length sleeves, with  pink gloves and shoes; A halo  of apple, blossoms, worn by her  mother at .her wedding com-  ���plimented her dark beauty.  She carried a ^hite.prayer-  ���   ���  book.  Her bridesmaid, Donna Hat-  chkr<j 'looked charming in a  pale blue, brocade dressmaker  suit with! floral headdress of-  white , rosebuds with white  gloves '.'and.' pink corsage. Louis  Benner (Sonny), brother of the  groom was best man.  The reception-was held at  the home of the bride's parents.  On their return, the young cou-  pte will reside in Sechelt,      ��� X''  with his son W. Farnham and  family.  jfc    ���&    *  Mrs. A. Crowhurst and Albert spent a few days in Vancouver.;., '.-'..'  ..;Mr%7 EX7 Baker,, who has  been,visiting her daughter in.  Calacyyfor several weeks, is  now ���hdjtie. a.y  Mrs, Gpqrge- Hill has return-  . ^ed t0iix:i.a Visit with her mother,:.*M^Ti!)onnE6 of Vancouver.  Mrs.    John    Vassrallo,    -who  spent the past two weeks with  her': parents, Mr. and Mrs.  J.  WarWick   has   left   *wath   her  small  soh- David"-to- join Mr.  VassaUdin Seattle, where they  '���^lL.^:ke/"-th^r7hc>me. '7 ���  ���" Flyipg  T^A'y: DfannySmith  ;e hd Tfiaroily Phj6yed a short hoi- *  yiday .in ��astern Canada. Highlight-.of the "trip, was -visiting  IVlrsj;.Smith'sTparents. in Ottawa. Y^iiiy also 'stayed over in  Toronto   and* HuntsVille.  Mrs. W.  Davis was hostess  at a   delightful   afternoon tea  on both Wednesday and Thurs*- ���  day of last week.  *    *    *  Friends   spent   a   delightful  evening at the Thome of Mrs.  Edith Forbes when she enter-  taied at dinner for eigh^ Following dinner, cards were enjoyed.  :. |On Friday' Jan. 18 the newly formed..kinette Club of Gibsons and district held its?, charter night with a dinner at Danny's. Fourteen visiting Kinettes.  from West Vancouver came  for the. event and assisted with  installation of officers. Officers are: President, Mrs. Norma  Hodgson of Sechelt; vice-president, Mtsi Mary Hunter of  Granthams; secretary, Mrs. Virginia Murdouch; treasurer,  Mrs. Ellen Marshall and director, Mrs. Vi Peterson. Games  and a sing song completed, an  enjoyable evening.  BY MRS. M. NEWMAN    T  Bobert Stepheri'^e^ebrated  his 88th birthday Jan. t5."WiSh--  his family,7 Mrs;-Stephen, now  deceaed, Bob and Elsie, he was  a frequent visitdir to- his -sufh-  me'r beacli home here for many^  years and' came to live permanently in the early 20's, bie-  ' coming a canny fisherman and  successful gardener.  '.Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bern**  hdf are.the prbud parents of  & baby daughter borh in. St.  Mary's Hospital, Dee. 28.  Representatives of community organizations and all interested are nrged to attend an  open meeting ih the community hall-Jan. 30 wben Jerry  Mathison'  of" the   Reti'eation  'Commission will discuss1 local  recreational activities.  ���' The annual February PTA  dance will be held oh. Feb. 16  in the Community hall. The  Valentine Dance is the PTA's  means of raising money for  their projects. With Ernie  Prentice's orchestra, a fine  evening's entertainment is expected. V  Mrs.  Maorian Smith of Van-.  i couver spent a few days  last  week   visiting   her   daughter,  Sheila.  Mr. and Mrs. S,J. Shaw and  Mr. and Mrs. Dick Reeves are  visiting Banff and "15-degrees-  below" weather.  - At the annual meeting of  Branch, 219, Canadian Legion,  BESL, at"Roberts Cre^k the  officers elected were: President, G.E. Mortimer; vice-president, J. Thyer; secretary-treasurer, W.J. Nayion p=adre, Rev.  C.R. Harbord; executive committee, Mrs' J Thyer and B.  Manns; sergeant at arms, F:J.  Skinner. Committees: Building  P.B. Long; membership, E.J.  Shaw;Tsick. W. Gilbert, and entertainment A. Danroth. R.  Stephen ��was named . honorary  'president.  Mrs. W. Campbell, of Sum-  .merland ie a guest of Mrs. Ellis of Beach Ave.  Christmas   Eve.  He . appeared  in court Jan. 12.  Ole Elmholdt of Gibsons, for  having an improper carrier's  ���lieense on his truck, was fined  $10 and costs. -���-������������������-������".-.'������������- ���   --��� ���������'-������'�����  Bjoriu Bing, of Wilson Creek  fined $25 for speeding, was also fined $25 and costs for driving wih an expired license." ,  ��� Driving without due care and  attention cost John C**evier7 of  Davis Bay and Paul Gallant  of Port Mellon each $25 and  costs.  William Johnston o�� Sechelt,  hide in Gibsons, etaoin, etao e  who backed his vehicle into a  car in Gibsons, was fined $25  and. costs for failing to remain  at the scene of an accident. .  s Harry Daren of Gibsons was  found guilty of .driving a truck  carrying a  tractor. while   his  Po  In Magistrate . Johnston's  court, the following were fined  for speeding: Gilbert Goldntp  of Madeira Park,.Edwin.Scott,  Sechelt; and Geosge Poirier of  Williams Lake. Each were fined $25 and costs. The George  Poirier , offense occurred on  Feb. 20, 1056. Poirier was apprehended at Williams Lake on  'TOGGERY'S CLEARANCE!  | SHIRTS,   T-SHIRTS,     LADIES' DRESSES I  '     ALL ONE THIRD <MFF! f  -   ��� ���    ������'��� -  '������ ���������;::s- ��������� ���    ��  ODD SHOE LINES: ALL ONE HALF OFF    |  Phone Sechelt 9SQ  BS!:  s^8Ss��ijv--��fc'jsis  4    Coast News, Jan. 24, 1957..  ability was impaired and was  fined $150 and costs.y  Raymond Rumley of Gib-  ^r^wjibd^ulted in inpayment of a;$l^ fine, was;sent  to Oakalla for 30 days.  Several charges against juveniles were heazjd. One; who  drove through a: sto^Tsi'gtt^in  Gfbeons.was fined $5 ahdcc^t&.  Ano-ther 'tapered with' mail  boxes at Roberts Creek, and  tinal d|sjpositoh of the'c&e was  suspenoT��i while invfesrtigations  iare made.  Five juveniles who had damaged Windows in two unoccupied homes near Roberts Creek  toy throwing ' stones. and bottles causing $75 dam.age, 'WTjere  placed on probation. Their parents made financial, restitution.  ���mwMHHMnHnawwniaM  A Second Draw on the  HOOVER STEAM IRON  Who's the Ittfcky holder of ticket  24862?  \ ... ������  CeM in and claim your Fine Ppt2sel  NEXT WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON SPECIAL  2 Dot. CLOTHESPINS     15c  Phphe Z2  This letter took  longest route  Mail does travel these days!  A letter to the Coast ..News  from Agassiz took quite a time  to get to its .destination^ ;^  It was mailed in Agiassiz;;  Nov. .30, reached Honolulu, Hawaii, Dec. 11 ana returnied to  Gibsons on Dec. 23 and tlie  sender at Agassiz forgot to put  a stamp on it so The. Coast,  News had to pay a ten .cent  tax. On the front is ' neatly  stamped the information that  it- was "missent to Honolulu,  Hawaii".  stalling  7  the new way  i  PLEASE  Are you running low  ": ������������ ���' ���     ' "' . .'V :���;���...'' . ���" '      i -' ' ���  lit printed stationery!  so  Envelopes!  Letterheads!  Statements!,  wi  Phone NOW!  Over back out on a cold, wet day and  have the engine1 stall while you close  the garage doors...then stall again at  the first stop sjgil?      y^::yXt>       -  If ������so;'you're painfully familiar with  carburetor icing . ; . where vaporizing,  gasoline, cools the carburetor metaf,  transforming nioist air into tiny ice  crystals around the throttle yalve. This  shuts off the gasoline and air supply to  your engine.  Gibsons 45Q  up  keep tilled up al  CHEVRO  Now, Chevron Gasolines contain a  revolutionary new additive to eliminate,  those ice crystals. Recently developed,  by one of North^ America's largest research laboratories . v .and available  forthe first time in Western Canada in  Chevron Gasolines . . . DMF (Dimethyl  Formamide) has been proven by  exhaustive tests to be seventeen times  more effecfiye/jin^  them any oth-er de-icer tested* ,.t : ,.  For troublc-lree winter engine idling  at all times insist on .. ���  STATIONS  DEALIRS  service  'We Take Better Care of Vour Cor"  STANDARD   Oil   C O M;> AJ^Yj? jFy �� R J. TJ S M   C 01U.M 11 A. ; 11 M I T Ep  Si  ' j��,^:'iyj#&ii:"^w��ta^/^ ^JMSTOpfCS  Coast Ne\ys, .Jan. 24, 1957.    5 ���-*  ;  . 15;words"ifdr755 centsplus TTjOTE^^  :^x^^^ts^^Prd:.pye]^;"'This oigUXT^  ^includes .name, and. address. -T^hese -ic^: ;dbwn   payments  aK^utivfr^at^-avail^ple.     -i^e Ittpfesibie.  xsecheu? mmztmcE  '���       >&GE&��l��S-; a  ���;-; ;7r^^SteaJT^tate^.-yY.  ; Property.. Managemeri��  ^��-��������^v��   advertisements  ac-   ���.B6h,a       ,._ _.,..,      . ....   ,, _  ,.fiept<& Up to 57p9i^uesday. .���&W4a^BQamtoT**fg*  '1^ f%! '^  .j; centsper cc^^ down, ;palMice $45 mojith.  ^ions^caj^                               ;'   - ^t^lTpric^iO^1^^5000^t^S:(wat*-  9$Jar&^^Tha^sJ^ag^n^tSi .ij^!^'.-Z-��^^i^..X^''^^a.  In Membriams.'- up to od..wpros  Office  phbra>y;22F  ; . y^Ev#UFF Y, }&?**& :  . TR^idente .31Q  I,T^JAGKAlTi Sidesman.  Residence 70F  DIRB^K^tY^fCiMiiinuedy  Altera^ioiis, -Repair YW.drk;.  Reriiodellirtg, Repainting  ;  i 'Remodelling, vPaintang  Moor Sanding; ;.Tiles Laid  ���. .^.JOEiBENNER '���.���������  ...A  *<��� Phone Sechelt,92R  yy "PMINS^LA" V-^   .!  ACGOTJ^TING  SEpaGE ';  All Types; b��� Accounting  i*  i in .il .In mnm  ^iioR^^^0��4>s8f^ Landing  Call for TENDERS Right of Way Clearing  v  -At '-.'���  iy.  ���ih  Tenders  in scaled ^envelopes' marked "Tender'-  will  be^*  plumbing,' electric lights, phone   ,?irey Auto,, Liability.  prenjnt-,; Problems*^xp^��ly^-&-U<inded {  "&im6 A^n.balance XzsTrent,    ^urt^ous service:.Totem Heal,    y  Village Enterprises'^Idg. y ^T  $i-:00v-X-pet ^insertion.   3c;/per: aa    t.^A-y^r   ,-....���..;������..  wordov^rSO. $l,000^down, balance * as rent.  Classified display ��� 77c pet    R^ here wtl^.yillage, cute  column inch.-    ... . , #ttle ��� home-    Water>    llZhts,  .;:.^R^3EMENT   > phone.  It is "agreed byahy.advertis-    Or why not buy a good lot for  er r<a-3ues#ng;jspacg that liabil-  ;as .lowr.as T$450 and build your  yltyt of the ;��o^t-NeWs in^vent    own home? *  tisement or in event that er-    ^ ���-"*��� J w    ���**      ^  ty, (gibscns  H.B. GORDON  AGENCIES  Sechelt  FIRE INSURANCE  .   AXJTO      INSURANCE  Evenings and Holidays.   115  .:  Phone        S3:  rorsdccurinpubUshingof.an  , i^o a^n^littte ^.^onvhome.     WATCH REPAIRS  T advertiseihent shall Delimited    Acre good land, Vz block from  +a thp.--��Tnriiini nair> Vv the acl-     beach.  Grand view,  on   good        watcn and Jewelry Kepairs  T Jtfe^aSolt^^le    ���**&.,��� frontage.!^ furnished . Marine   Men's ^ear._   Agents  ' i&ftrtUng spaiSccupi4 l,y :;toq. Just move in. %^-^,Grassie'Zyf^  ^^inc^^tyit^y^:^d T^ab   cash. ; 19 acres land;  4 ' Tehable,service. .   y tfn  that thereT shall be. ho liability    xooin, log   cabin, year, round        For. Guaranteed Watch and  in. any event- beyond ^amount  , ^ream sunny spot,  fruit trees,    Jewelry Repairs,. See  Chris's,  y Staid y��or su^TTad^ertisement.  KbTfesppi^biii'ty is accepted  by..the n^wspapey, whenTcopy  .7 is'not submitted in writing or  r. (Verified in writing. ;  COMING EVENTS      .  "' : ':  ,  "Wh.23;r Gibsons   Badminton  Club Dance, Benny Stone's 6r-  : chestra.   School.yRaKL.. T--��� 7 ���  garden area. Gooa buy. Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  IF IT'S  LISTED, ,WE HAVE , on the, premises. tfn  TIT FQ^,;tSA]LEv ' .   "    ' 7   '   '  ' " '       ' :'  Courteous service. is  the aim  of our staff;*. 7o  TQTEM  REALTY  Gibsons  FebiiTs, Gibsons: :ContraWo .Bet- - ^helt.  ty   Allen :Sings, in .2nd   Over-     . .-���*,, ,,. :.  Hurve Concert.:^igh School Aud- TO  RENT  'Itortorh^ "y'���'������''-.'������  14, lots ��� 72^ X >337* to 4Vz  ;acres. y West. Sechel^ Clear; titles, Roads, Power. Box 82, Se-  .'.��� Boat Builders & Repaire"  Phono Gibsons -11IX  WIRING arid APPLIANCE  .*Lffi  Rentals ~- several^ribw, -Totem  T'l^T^ ���Din^;F^^6;;J^ance.^O; yTEiealty. -.., ,  ,.'.-. *h$ miisic of Ernie |��rentice at  :. Bobers Creek Hall.  ���>x.:,y\$./i&m...  : T -JEile^tricar Wiring ���  ; ��� j^ttera'tion's aiiciTRepijics  F. UTTING, WILSON CREE1T > Phone i24  XPhOi��lST  ������r Sechelt  .Office Open 9;aum. *^~ 5.p,m.  !���'��� .^'-i.-DflJly ���������-.��� ���-.�� ��� ���' _  Phone Sechelt"98F   .  , ������<:._.. ������  .���-.. ;.:���   ..'..-  ���*"..'', ���.. ���  -...']    ,   O. Serliil.:  .... Public Accountant  SYSTEMS  MONTHLY ACCOUNTING  ���FINANCIAL STATEMENTS  INCOME TAX REPORTS  P.O. Box,215       Gibsons, B.C.  -j.   >TELEVISTONr  SALES AND SERVICE  y. y Dependable Service  . T10% Down - Easy Term*  mcHTEirs radio -t t-v  . Fine Home Furnishingis  T   Phone 6       .   Sechelt  ~ B.L. COPE  Auditor and Accountant  -Fifty Years* Experience  Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone Gibsons 22C  "     ~N0TAB,Y-PUBLIC  Legal Documents:promptly  ��� v./  attended .^o   T  yT^-Jv (Jack),Jfctyne;     >  .���:Y3v*SeeAu?lt^.C.  received byythe ^undersigned at the-^uiucipal Office up tojj.  4 o'clock p.m., Feli'. 5,^1957,^ for clezucirig and burning TRightji,  j -  of-,Way on certain municipal - roads and-lanes,- approximate;, -  toiiai area: AVi acres. Specificatidhs of proposed work may be?-  obtained on application to the Municipal Cleric  Robert Burns, Clerk.  \x  y  7^i;.;,<-;vT^v/.^.*-t^^i^iy^-.*^^  l��/s��\ yt'.^t*irjln.'  TV.���  Roberts Creek area northwest of      Orange rd. including Hall  rd.,Beach Ave.,\VUsott Creek and Selma TPark, from 5.30to 7.30f  a.m., .Monday, Jan. 28, to make improvements on .distribution  system.  CARD OF THANKS  .Heated,    furnished   suite.   No  '.   small children. Ph. Gibsons 63.  -~4':: .';������ Modem,- ^iite/;: tofurni^        4  (HBSONS  : BUILDING; SXH^PLIES  I wouldylike.Ttb; j^?e ^? '^^   ^ use oil  ' - poiiuhii^-bi:^a^ing.;t^unt;   !w��od <>r.:;ejie^tric stove. Phone  ^Kphinstdne   Chapter 7^ .7^   ,106Ri Gibk^        r-��� v  A^Qii^M-;^si^^xii^.t^^S^'^ ^'-' ���'������ ^���X':: xy: xr ��� y~~ ���  ���PciiZcii'-Branch bf Canadian;TL<^   &>bedrpam uniu^nished- suite,  W-Gtiii&iffltijfj^^ ������-.���i-if^^Sf. yx,. 'Xaa-':-  '^^yymx:^0$%^^    BO/RD AND ROOM  ^WE TCjARRY, J^HE. S^OCK*  -.-��� - T-^l^n^?!<SiM6^Y'i53 - -;  ��<!:���  f    y LAUBIEiaBECaC, -::-������  yHJE^NG^^rSfiOEET .-METAL  >*   ������.;.;-.>--.-.;?-:OifcsoniB * lid   .'..  >    . :L^Ec;INSURANGB '  ^;';    T.^pi^iral'Xili��v  :->���������>:.. ..-,In��uii!^c��"^n^��riy, -. ���'  -My*:.  Waich cur "T0TEM FLASHED" Reaf Estate  Ad Next WEEK  ��� :'X'fx ������-���..-'.���  T rTMost Sensationai Veilue  '���**���"      ���'  .���.���.���;",. ���" . "�����.-���   .i'.  V; -'y.; ������-���'';��� ���  ever offered in Gibsons  ���������y-?V   ^.^^^i-feM.'^,^^^^^:'-..;' ^:..;.7T-;T^7.Y.,77.^:T^V.^ ��� .;  -  ','. ...  ^.^ipitai;:&* th^TcatrMTletltiew���>*/PMi^iSS^ii^3^:.' y..XXa' X':  Ei^tr4^i .H^ing.lnrt*^ ~  ^^ffl^f^^B^^^vz% ���x'^yMxjmmMmyz  Va  f"  ":iii|ft^fe^W-SS*^!.G  '���:^oWinr*^^  ;;,and-,yeUow.p^p^^%ave'T<^^ ��� ��* W��W^  7ot^Cpa^;N^v^;;dmce:7;- y^-7.'- . ^i-x-XXjy  & P��t��j!aon Construction  '       ZyX"'-'���" '  A'v-jf>ip^-:Coht^.TWi^ "T-'7^:>ry7--7V77'vT  'j^ll^^l^^l^^-iJ7,'T- .;:;���.��� y^^;A.��^^s^>^o- y^ai^ y;<&>m^^  xMS^xWMxeitsisr.: -.X'r X.  (Mi^-ii^alej^iellow). Pii��nfc  S^^I^^^'TM^^0 '.��������5^p^5 mbdtel factory $uUt  X^y^^^m*'Z��m*: GJ^ ._ ^ibe^rborn"^- h^^rai!^ iially.  iijJ:j*Cl$i<?;  .xyr  X y^n^Z^^v^'---, Z  ^PA^KIg^naTSI3Vt  Agents For  .������-C--Yp|Propairte: G^'x J'7'^  j Crimination Ga�� Rs^��s  ,7:Tsale8- and   Installntiftiis '  'i-f^v-^-Free.'.Ertimaiei.:. 'y u^7  Eleidric and Gas Hot Plat**  'TT^FimNrriTRK-.  7 MiibiiEuiiS:  y?:^ Plw��n��-' 3Lv   ��� J.'.^.'Jl*. ��,  w?  =sr=s=S  Mjfctf'il  �� .   nil-..''-..  �� t*.M*--*;  ^.|*nw|��.:  ��� iai7p?ii^^^tTB^ mxz^tiim^m^- piy^mzmM-  '��� ^^^^^^^XxX yZX: '   [Z '.' . -it^pipftdtkhydroplane:^ H��*t 'UrK  . 'lo^i.ho^^^:;?^^ :'*^^^^--: -?������������:  enoes; Bos 71. Phbhe Sechelt  ��� 'Cugtom'-~'PlM��ujr6'':.-Cr��f�� *;''  .fc-.:"*S  ^���arjj^B^Av*.' West  >.4MMM^Ml(-:     Ph��ne 219Y  P^I^^CXLA' ������ CLEANERS  tybgt.*  ���-'���-���������'-������-^'���-��������������������� 16,000  Gibsons.  ^(^wnS; 1*00  *^|i^|Mi' v.Bl^, "fhxe' - cdndition,  Z^m^^X&^irm^^^rAm^   -    ,T .���Ph;-'.76M:;i  ��� $bJfeT'l^T;,,Y.^7777TTTTTT;7^Ty;i7 T'^T.T .... X-r- 7-, ^.'-,'7 ;.;  '������ ��� .���r.r":^7^:^;v;i-'^^^rjs^';N^- (;-;'g|e;iaeral.,Eleictric -Refrigerator  .^^W^^^J^W^'  :;^#K>utJfl::ci^fe:#p��ar^^:  7 7:-Mobilii<^T.WeIdi��9   '-s  wWdi��a:Xijrii^heT��.*^^  ^T7^E*jj^ri77l^desm^ -;  Precision Machinists    ���  :*, ����^0  A'pJiphe  ^^n-  pannes ^int^)I^(^bi>p^^M'  Phon�� S<|  Resid��nco 152  '^lifa'^ipm.  T,ANNpl^i^EN*i  '.:Mt;:'.v.>  Y -'-';-.  ^���Fgesli. Casters.' ;Come- by ;.<?ar  .i0Xpoai to: Oyster Bay (pyster-;  ^ Salk  Y|^io^y.el3^y���7^wine Tvi^l^ :Pendter' Harbbim.   ;'������ .-;.������-���  ;.' ava'Ua^e{^tTI^^Drui;'��to^- ��� -JMZu       j    *���' T ''��� '  " *'  '-"        ' ������������yX^r'X'X'XX:r]:":-X'-.. 'X'X[XX ^���^^ihTOOod   .for y.sale, .^prompt  T l&yS!0i^ZX$*^^ :.v-.b^w^iBri-7y^besrts  ;; ;a^7ii^^^pe^|^fee^|&TTi^ IfalfTOdon'^ay^' '&.C. ^  ';-,-i^^.J^-77E^iijn^ -71;   :Sechqlt,  ��� v.FuUer^^^de^H::^j^d��hv ^*fepne "^ .:.;,-.. .,. -.,, .. .7. ���  -.: ^bCTteTC^<e^v:;y;:v.-:T;;'; ������;-. ���: 7y(|arney 'electric, --apartment  ' ;"^*on^g|Jjia^ : -y-pnge,   al^o three   used'wood  towinS;ANDT, ^MGliTiNG -;M^ ^^*?^^25-  -..     V0>J��rfe<^o^'.IiV:T��|n  .^rkers.H^rd^^Tf^eJt.^ . _  ; i^is^the&e^ojget your gi-:   T7^ JPTS W^TER WEMl _  ,r?Q�� ^wiww ^����A *^"��^Btf'   /tfnderweac* Sweaters,    Socks,  :den Plowmg do^fbr. sprm^.   ^ftirts  gi^ks,7; jadtets^ Caps,  ; For plowing-yandylandscaping ;   gj^�� f SSe;^^  , phone Sechelt 145 or 55 day-  ;'.. timey-ohlyl ��� .V ' "' X'  WANTED ���',   .'���,.' ���'    /. "  Wimted office: deslc,' old style  -, pigeon   hole. Box .465,..Coast  : -News.  Timber, Piling and Cedar poles  .wanteds  Phone Gibsons -79K.  Accessories.  _ MARINE MEN'S WEAR __  ,     -phone Gfbsbns 2.  SERVICE FUELS  Ran Vorhon .-_-.-.���  ;RiR. 1    Gibsons: Phbi��i3 1730  Aides or Fir Bushwood  :   Mill  Slabwood  Sand. Gravel and Cr. Rock  ���^P'^od'uctSi    .  PLtJMBIN���  Madeod's Plumbing  ,  aricliRot-Water Healing--  ; 2yqualified PluiftBgfr".:  Service   Anywhere  Faisbank3-Mors�� Pumps  y. -and^pa^suse^ Systems' ''  ' '7';^Wiis^Cre^-*Yr- - - ���-  Phone   Sechelt :20M  Home :^nd7 Industrials .Wiring  ���.-Eleciricail YKeaSing  GIBSONS    ELECTRIC  v.;.-vPA'one, 13s0 7.���>..:'-.  ,.: 7Authpri2ed;i;GE .Dealer -���  Radios, AppHances,.TV Service  BE^IGERATION  .   SALES and SERVICE  Commercial y-. Domestic  2S Years' Experience  A. M; CAMPBELL  SECHELT 83Q  Notions ��� Cards ��� Toyi  Miscellaneous Gifts  THRIFTEE STOKES  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  Headquarters for -Wool  .��� kyjmmxem, x  Xy ysyi|ird::^f^*jS)-piph^   ... X..  jJ^^-sitefihi^oistow'K    Gibscxi*...  ^���'v.it.dtj a:m. Sunday Sefeool  fi.30 pTm. Evensbiif  T. :tr&fc-KOite^ -^  -7Vip��'a.ra7':Saih��&yT:Bieh^ ���'  .31;��KJT:am ChOT^C^fhmunion  ~'Z S^;Ai^l^-BQl��*^-CM*lf%  '. 'ir ��.m. Simd^^Scjj^  ���iZZ:-  ,V':.'*.S. p.m-.;'E^'^aB^ag-  /   Potl"*^jBidsii*:-  Air      ;T?r.30 p.m. TEvensong  ��� UNITED  Sunday Schooiii9^3 am.  ifeo-ra. DiVHnfcsWvice  y. fiti&beits CreeK^::t p.m.  Wilson  Creek  11 ajn. Surida^School  ���        3:30 p.m. Divine Service  Public Worship, 3.30 pm.  %-Zx-Xxm. VINCENTS  7i|foily:-Family, Sechelt,   0 aJoa  St. Mary's, Gibsons, 10.30 a.m.  X^^Port^MeMoa^Jfe^t. Sund^^aii;  ea<3i hirtnth atM4^5' a.m-,-���<.. .  PENTECOSTAL  JLl a.m.': Devotional  ��� T      107a.m. Sunday School  7.30     fivening  Service  ^Tuesday jalght 7.30  .^pm Thursday .night  I5ethal   Baptist  Church  3;30  P.M.,  Wed.,  Prayer  11:15 A.M., Worship. Service  2 P.M.. 1st Thurs., in Month  Mission Circle  Tender Harbour Tabernacle  ��� Stlhday School. 10 a.m.  12:00 a.m. Morning   Service  7:30 p,m, Wednesday    Pray-  T   T erMeeting. y 7  "CHRISTIAN   SCIENCE  TChutch service and Sunday  School, 11 a.m.  Roberts Creek United Church  LATTER DAY SAINTS  Sunday School. 10.15: am    .  Granthams    Community   Hall  mm  V-Vj - ���*. "A?-; T>M  'il'^'iiii'il^ivliiij  triiii^fiif-*ffs'  .-/*���.'/:���'-'.v  " '(i-^flK?'-'.*..-  '.i&Vfe*  NG & HEAT  V,*^-.*-'  SERVICE AHYWHERE ON THE PENINSUU^  !  ~t*rX 'y*.:&&$ Zx^y&X: W  A;:.      .��**> -*T*.-';' -i \-Jiy-i    .. '���'>- --.���" i';.������'.<���'  M^s^S^tAtMZrson^ i&AM&T&m tor one year  '   ���*������!::�� i* . /w ��. ���"��� & ,.   J. 4  JV.J       .  ;  "^'      .��>:.%!:���>:. ������  t*"jiit,1V-���������-7*B,*;*''#'��i'    * ������.  mmmmmmmmmmmmmommmmmmmmm  -.-��..   ..   - .. ..-.*���-,-. -. .*���>>'���'--   /.- -*     ���-      ���   -.*��� ���*��� ���  786 or 60  . . ..... ���'A*i7    li:-\.?-ff,..;-  w*��*.i. -  WATCH FOR OUR  WEDNESDAY MORNING  .   WEAT SPECiiis      .  y4w��:ti1$j^:& (i'ikuES F*tESH  NEW POTATOES, FRESH SPINACH are !T3AiM*ES  ������        ��� ������    :*7"f-7'?7;, - -   -.7  DAil^Y   DELIVERIES  ' Phone Se&iif&f 6     -  :f^i|ltt.W.T=1^  Li  7*  STRAn"  .-^r'-.- *..������:  ^  ytOM tbTH HOR$ESHOE BAY AND NANAIMO  tV.af 6 ante, l&t12;��etri;Zpi*y4j6;8,10, tStmM*  Black Sftlll Va��*^nv��^���a^ far? msdtM k M H.iftttlio*  Bay, West Vancouver, mlaa����.��om Awntown Vwocouv**  via Gcocsts Street lions Gats B^dge and^Sftfet Shore Drhr%  Reservations NOT Hdeded  Pa$*MQers --Automobiles���Tracks  Hi-  ��  BeaawwjHESKEBffli AT  1;  ���l!  i;  WIGAffl'S  shoe     swm  Our Stock of Rubber Footwear. Lined br Unlined,  is  Complete   in   All   Sizes,  Mail ox Phone Orders Filled Promptly. Phone 25G  !��'  ' ��� km *^%^%*i^^aJh^*��*M**^��iamam��m��^%*fUL��**��**nviwax% %mn ****mm** ����Y��*t��i*i1Alhr<^ti>��*t����  PHONE SECHELT 75  Agents for  OARS & TRUCKS  WILLYS JEEPS  SERVICE  ALL WINTER SERVICES  WELDING & GENERAL REPAIRS  McGulloch Chain Saws  SALES  WlbirtMay  0 ���  6������: Coast Newsj Jan. 24,-1957.  party planne  Howe Sound Women's Insti-  BY ELSIE JOHNSON  high.three, Anne Kurluk 553;  women's high sihgle,7 Anne  Kurluk 243; men's high three,  Jack Fisher 670; men's high  Single, Roy HuttbriT 277; team  983  1 on the Phone  IS  X  15  Howe Sound Women's Insti- ~~r.    >  .        , .. .                      ^-^y   *,           -,r     ^    ^��    *,e���  tute   members   are   preparing Star' games, bowled   at   Se-   ^   three,   Vagabonds   2454  for a 31st  anniversary  party. chelt-Bowling - Alleys in the   fm- Iugh   ��***: V^abonds  S Feb  19 that the first week We   Ten pin Lea.  Women's  Institute was organ- .       ���.                           .    ���  ized by  Mrs. Hobdless at Ston- gue'  Jack fox 219'  and   Ray  ey  Creek,   Ont., and the  Gib- Johnson  203;   Sechelt "Ladies,  sons branch will have been in May Walker 282; Gibsons Mix-  existance  31   years  when, the ed, Ken Swallow 351, and,Bill  birthday  celebration  is^held. gwallow 2g0; peninsula Teen,  It was decided that flowers ��� ���       .  would be sent the mother hav- Bruce Hedman 243, and Dons  ing a baby nearest St. Valen- Solnik   204;   Pender Harbour,  tine's Day; Standng comrnittees Joe Feldes 295; Peninsula Com-  of   last  year  were   re-ejected. mercial,    Sonny   Benner   318,    ���    , '          ���      ������.���    x    ���   '    ���  Mrs. Corlett and Mrs. Tyson re- ��� .      t-wi���'��� ?an  and Elsie    Cmt Affor<* *? Go to Hawaii?  ported  14   eheer  parcels deli- Helen Thorbum 280' *?* fSie ���'���Hawdi Now Comes to You!  vered for  Christmas and par-. Johnson 275; Ball and Cham,    JUMBO SIZE FRESH  eels and cards mailed to hos- Roy Hutton 277.                              PINEAPPLE, ea.     gQC  pitals    and    rest   rooms; Mrs. High scores for Jan.   14  to                                                  v   . .  Strom   presided.   There'-' were Jan. 19 week were:       ^              - ������������   18 present  at the, meeting  in Ten Pin League: High three,    "TANCtELOS  the home   of   Mrs.  Winn. Jack Fox 526; high single, Jack                                '   ������������~y~ Fox 219; team high three, Gib-- 4 f*MT  ���   ;P?5T-*��BY'��V   *' POnS   2292;   team high  single,       frbm Fiorida    Large Size  The. first New Year Baby to Home   Oil 882.  arrive at St. Mary's'Hospital, Sechelt Ladies:   High three,   ~ ~~ ~~   Pender Harbour, was Michael, May Walker 632; high single, *  SWEET  whose parents, Mr.   and  Mrs. ^     Walker  282;   team   high   -^-.-wie^  Frank   Gough,   reside -at, Ma- three,' Dudeb 2484;  team high   rOTAT��fc��  deira Park. single, Ups and Downs 899.         from-New Orleaaa  He   received   a suitably en- _           ,  .._          _. _,    . . ,  graved silver spoon from  the ^emn*ul*Te���Gl*ls *g��   ~ ~^~   St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, three   Carolyn Gdbertson 503;    ^ Ripe  a gift given-to the first baby fl}'s ^ T*^' ��om Solluk-  TOMATOES  born in January each year.      . *�� 4;  boy's   high   three   Bruce    .    .     .........  J Redman 599; boy's high single,  For Guaranteed  Watch'and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S  JEWELERS  Work  done   on   the   Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Jftiioiie 96 Sechelt  er  I in the Home  WHOLESALE & DETAIL MEATS  FRESH & FK0ZEN -POODS  25c  from New Mexico  19c  lb.  m  ib.  ip!^EIi^^^^!Si^^^^^}^E^hi*f^^i^i^^^^*^^^^  5��S5- a,*** *? *** f*ff ** V. JV! M**l*l?f**P,W "***������� wiwi ������7mi��>  AT YOUR CALL!  Complete  Plumbing Services  and Supplies  Our Qualified Plumber is Ready To Serve  You. Our Supplies are Complete & Modern, in Quality. & Design. ;  .. ^ X,���'.,..  SECHaT BUILDING SUPPLY  ...    Phone Sechelt 60 or 78G :  PROMOTION     ANNOUNCED    Bruce Redman 243; team high  F/O R.E. Laird; formerly of    ^i^SlS^Ss^    NAVEL ORANGES gC^  Halfmoon. Bay, son-in-law   of   mgh sm��le' ^arPsnooters 799. . .        .  _.yu  Mr   and Mrs  Frank Lyons Of-       Pender   Harbour:    Women's:  from Sunny California, doz.  Redrooffs   received   a   worth-    hi^h   three-   Bey Dubois   539;  , while surprise on New Year's - women's high single, B.ev Du-  Eve, at-a ball he and Mrs. Laird    bois 215- men's ^h three, Ron    >  were   attending   in-Germany.    Pockrant 628; men's high sin-    ^  An   announcement was   made    ��le> Joe Fe*des 295* team hi^  of  his  promotion to the rank    tlafee,  Alley  Cats ,2401;   team    ��*  of flight lieutenant, .,-.        r M^h ^n^:> Big- Five 913/  Port Mellon: Women's high  three, Lottie Campbell 593; women's high single,' Lottie Campbell 237; men's.high three, Bob  'Dillon 593; men's high .single,  OVEN REDDY  IC*  Try a New England  Boiled Dinner  BKSSKET 3 lbs.  49c  LOAD   UP . on  Next  Summer's  GRILL MEATS .at.a  TERRIFIC SAVING! *,  Choice Steer  ...   ..  HIND Vis BEEF  ti  ib  ib  Grade "A"  LOINS of BEEF  SIRLOINS, T-BONES,,  FILLET MIGNON  SIRLOIN TIPS ! !���!  33c  ����-  v>  v>  ���Vi-  '.';V'..   O  ���ii^��'.^*^*��','.��ft*.., .  ���. 1" .: . ���V - ---��� .  i,  V  ���\  \ <  1  *.'������  Sc  c  -,.-��..;���'.  c.  9e  ���  at your Co-op and Save  PRICES^EFTLCTIVEvV': I'. J  y ' Zj&&%4ZfW:, 26;      '  CO-OP COFFEE (Whole Ro?*st}      K ^---  '':-G"reen." Labelj per lb< '  ���Rer Label, per lb.  COKOE ^LR*idN ^1 each^  Bonita Tiina'-Fiake% 6 tins  . BH'UW3WSCK ��� SA^DSWES, 3 tiiXs  ;;HUSRY" ���''' ���--:f>>^^-^v-'-->-r.  Dog Fopci, -3* tinsX'-Js-'-  AYLMER y,yyy.yy  Pork & Beans, 20 oz 3 tins  Tomatoes 20 oz 3 tilts  BONUS Large size 2 pkg  SIRLOIN        -CTCillf  T-BONE 3tfi��ti  ROUND \ GRADE "A-' per ib.  RUMP ROAST BEEF  GRADE <4A"        per SS*.  SIDE BACON     ���     -:'T.,.. y,  (By Piece)  per lb.  COFFEE.  ..  ALL NAME BRANDS per lb.  PHQNE Grocery 46R  Harry Stabner 256; team high'  > three,- I^pkomotives 2649;;>tgam  * high* single, S.lo-Mo-Fivey963.  Peninsula   Commercial:   Women's high-three, Helen Thorburn 708; women's high, single    <*>.  Helen' Thorbhrh .280;    men's    .  .,  high tlnree, . Cliff I^itijher 729;     ��sW  men's high single, Sonny Ben-     :.���.*)���'  ner 318: team. highT threej.7Se-    ^  chelt Automotive   3136;  team  PLAN YOUR  SPRING BUILDING  ,\y i;7T:;yNOW!-';..''    y.T77  !   Do K: Yourself Hie Easy Way ���-~r thxougK our  HOME iMJE^ROyEMENT PMN   r  ���$50 to $3,0P0 -f 6 to 36vMonths to Pay  ��5-  '���'���V.-       /- ^AA\i/tl/ /*UI��V**lftyi-**   V   . V*.'W^Fy v*W*^<>*>>  t!^1 Yhigh   single,   Sechelt  Aiitomo-    ^  tive li80. y     7  'a a,^a- Sechelk Sporis 'Club::''.Wo;  men's liigh three, Cherry Whitaker 588; women's high single,  Cherry Whitaker 263; men's,  high three, Lino Tuomaz 634;  men's high single, Forde Fium-  erfelt 258; team high three,  Wild Five 2746; team high single, Wild Five, 957.  Ball,7. and   Chain:   Women's  ��� y v      >   .    Tell us what you want, iuiii !'J'���"���.,.'"''''     .'  We'll tell you "How much'}.   '!'  : ���'������' ���������'��� ��� ���    - .; "'.'  '"'���'. 'rT,.Tv,,T "���' <���.-:���"  ... We. have a complete stock of materials, from the  Basement to. the Roof. 7  Sash, doors '&7fraifleis made to your requirements,  assembled and ready for installation,  PEIRSOk SASHLE^S  WINDOWS 7  CRlTAtL ALUMINUM WINi>K)WS  ,a.1  yif>  '���tfr  W  ., .'��� 'i  yn  ���OS*  ' ,bj  ������9&  O0-  .-.���.'���'��� ������:���-.���������    ^MlJLli.WVlf,'��k.'  vy  7All.this and lots mofe,7at'   -��� -                ,   -,   .  ���Xktb  Vi-  Gibsons Building Supplies, Ltd.  :&  .W-  "���**�� -, "���-Phone Gibsons 53          '-X-' r.y,. aa  ,>.*������  .���������$  y$ ;.'f   ^i*,^'-^'"  *-': :$: ������'���iv>'*. $:'������.-".$ ^-$' "  ,Y$-:V    $  s;��*i  ���y: .  ���.-.-7.99"C;  '.!��� ��  strst'7.  'J '3*7;  �����,*���  - -y.-?:/-;x:v':^  ���i-  99^1  ....  %**  yTT29�� :"���  i:  '        4*i.".:*'*i- .'  -:.,;29C7;  ,-:y.:59?;T  ���  '     '    ��� .;  "- "'W-:  79c  T"HURSDAY,.? JAN. ;24- ��� Gibsons SeheeJ Hall - 8 p.m. ;Sh^s-R  ?*������  C  ���  c  A Suitprise  ^f $60  59c  ��  69c  $1.19  Meats 46Q  on this PHILIPS TV  Model P3630  From a World of Experience, Philips "Line of  distinction" was created. . .  Timed to Tomorrow, Philips T-V is Engineered tw  Stay Modern, long" after most present-day T-V re-  ceceivere are out of date! T  Gome in and see this smarf model, and have a  practical floor demonstration.  YOUR T-V CENTRE -  Mo4eI 3630 was  $349.95  $28��.5C  This and   other PHILIPS MODELS  on  ���frispJay now. -  Iff  532  PHone Sechelf 6  ���    ' '      -71'I =  -M

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