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 Provincial <htfoG9xy<*  Victoria, B. C��  -:.���.���-������  Just Fine Food     -  ^    DANNY^S  DINING   ROOM  Phone, Gibsons.. 140   ,  SERVING'TOEy'GROWING SUNSHINE COAST-^YT*  PlitilishedXin Gibsons,B.;<|.,' Voliitne 11 Numbe J0? May 23, .1957.  -     Shop and Compare  $Y-LV.iA'r s  The handiest store  in Town  Open daily ��� 8 a.m. to Midnight  V.Metcalfe  job  JOHN FISHER  da visits  Saturday  FourTy��ar# agotheTSnhshiiie  JGoast T<^ri^iAs^ciatiah start-  ���r\ ed wit^ TJphn,H^  '���yd&r: Harbour /as ik^v|��^identf.  ���J. t^^Z^^P^^ttZ^^ "$& ���- j*pi.''  $ _iiii_^ "��� presi-^  yidfelfc is.T_>*anhy:S-hi^- XyXXyXy.  ^TTf^ithin;..; ������i^yZspkQit'xyqt '/.that;  xfoiit years: the -Tnibtel businessX  States and Europe,  where he  has'tioured extensively.  Conversant   in "English  and  ; Frenc^,/ John Fisher has ? dem-  'An effort to get Vic Metcalfe  as parade marshall for the  Dominion Day parade will be  made by the committee set up  by the. Centennial committee  for this venture. Mr. Metcalfe  had resigned by letter at a  previous meeting and the resignation-was accepted with  regret. '"  / Tuesday night's meeting in  the United Church basement  of the parade committee expressed the opinion that as Mr.  Mietcalfe had done such a good  job last year, an effort should  be made to get him back into  the committee.  William* MacAfee, chairman,  .,noted, at the opening of the  meeting that 90 postcards were  ���sent out inviting- leading citizens; to take part iri the meet-  "ingy Actual count at thdAthene  ol--theT opening of Tthe inbetihg;  was IT present witti ^h addition;  of one comu^T^lat^T    c    T  Committed IT tinea Z ^appointed  "TX        Nearly.$7,000,000 will be spent in Sechelt Peninsula by  B��C. Electric this year on new electrical installations and line  improvements.  i;T   .    Biggest single project for 1957 will be completed in Oc-  ��� tober of the $6,500,000 expansion to Clowhom hydro-electric  "generating plant.   This will increase plant output ten-fold from  _4;000 h.p. to 40,000 h.p. Work started last summer. This year  $5,700,000 will be spent on the project*.  ��� X- Two 2,000 kva substations will be completed by mid-  sypamer, to meet needs of the growing population and industry  in* the area. First to go into service will be the $126,000 Port  Mellon Substation about May 15. It will take over loads at Port  Mellon,'Gibsons'and Roberts Creek.  y       .The $135,000 Pender Harbour Substation will ge into service about August 15.  J Pender Harbour station will  : take over the distribution load  in   the   Pender. Harbour  area  ' that is now being served from  Sechelt. v  ���yTo provide distribution lines  linking the new substations to  tlie areas served, an additional  $;150.000 Will be spent this  yfear.   ��� .���-'���.���'���  .  ypfext, year   a $136,000 permanent substation will be installed at Gibsons, v     T;:/ - .  . K*B.C. ,Electric staffTat Sechelt  a^0. looking; forwardTtp;aji6v-  ;-fijg  early  in June to   larger  ;..- Quarters in the  new  Sechelt  T Stages/building. x ���:.'.'.  bhstrated/ hi? ability to interpret the Jean Baptisste to '3.tik&Ly?i^^  und^tanding' and ���K^h>T;d^>  passionate   observation- ^  :���'. He^^ ..Tde^^tii^T *hd  C^<^/p^licM^iy  Fred  ;rl^Y**.'increa^^  i $_t00;0<>0 to? ^OOpiO^i taking:   style '^d-^gta^^-fivj^j^m^:  Tin Ttheyarea :irorii Gibsons  to   Tof Canada: oh ^ij^alYahd^inr  'YPo^tf.%iver;'' -X-XaZZ.-Xy .        -���' teri^t^al levieis^ :  It isya privilege: fbr the-as^ much  ': ^cjatiph   for / hear;,-from   Dr.    ��f Canada's great partner   as  Z&lsl^ytfnb isTCahada^s No  1    has Johii Jlsl&er; Probably^no  Ttefen ofTthie tourist   business.    Canadian is better acquainted  Hte  is spoored, in Gibsons,;   with the United States than' is  ^ theT^^hlhe For the past eight'years��� heT  ; '-^^Cli^^^^r^r^^^'y-#-'^\^T^';;^:T^-yiias^iypent'^^ofetd^ilurec^ monthsT  The ih^l^bpje^atprs; in thisj y^f ^ach year * traveling through-  , ai^ ^t^ , out the* e^ire TJnited TSte  tiaye)Uier,/t% or   ������'^�����*ihj^^^  .Yth*evfij^e^^.^b^dm^v4^*^- -**���-^--^^^^^^^^���^^^-^^^���^i.^-'i^-'*  A thisTa***^^  : aceomhiodationand Tthe, infor*-     quiet  "MrT^Cahada/' - - the title  mation to direct those people     of unofficial-goodwill ambasv  to the Tyarious ; ones. .That is Vadar,T He has -lectured to hiiri^  why   on   the:; Penihisula   we^ ydredsT of >aU&erte# yincluding-  should bevprpud of Our**motelsT some of the: largest conventions  as they are -the mostmodern held in   the major  American  5^it^the nteetipg Tof the ;ge-;  Plans are also being prepared for a new headquarters at  Sechelt for company line crews  serving the' area from Port  Mellon < to Pender Harbour.  The building will also house  linemen's stores, with a pole  yard adjacent.  The 40,000 h.p. Clowhom  generating, plant at the head  of Salmon Inlet, 25 miles north  east of Sechelt, will provide  t power insurance for.the Sunshine Coast. .  torn Ingledow, B.C. Electric  vice-president   and. executive  .engineer,, said    the   enlarged  stationTwill be used as a stand-.-  ��� by ahd P^ak  load- source of  ' power ior customers served by  ��� the   101-inile5Cheekye-Powell  River transmission -lin,e which  went into operation-at 132,000  volts. 't^-'Oie0^tl;"AZ^^fi99  ���'substation will'"'toconstructed  at Sechelt to proVide facilities  speai  states views  Hugh Clifford, CCF Coast-Cap-  ilano federal election candidate  addressed a meeting in the school  hall last Friday night -faith Tow  Gargrave, MacKenzie constit'Jt-  ency MLA suppprting him,  Mr. Clifford said he came tio  Canada 24 years ago as a seamen and decided to settle 4ii  the Pacific coast where he became a fisherman and later a.  merchant in North Vancouver-  He is married and has three  children . and, has belonged i��  the CCF movement ever since  it started. He had taken part an  various political campaigns fas  said and therefore was not a  complete novice in. electioneering. *    Mr, Clifford was of the opinioi;  that the economy of the coiuifcsf  , was the main issue in the. caat-  paign and the one angle in the>  economy he did hot like was the  deliberate income; tax policy '*����  special privilege. He cited the  example of dividend collectom  who; were granted sufficient ex-  ��� *6mpti6n to Tallow thern. to size  l!^iZM^Z^i^&^ electric pdwdr '^eh6ugh money so the exempSwfe  ^p^S^y^W?^^ mmCUmhhrn into the Powell    actually'saved them sufficient't*  to be decided". latM".  ^T^wpointeS'Village Clterk fopthe  ^"r ^i^orationtT^t^tive. \ Ju��|eT Xir.  ./fi-^^'Mr.-v.'Rayneri-Vis'*.^       undi^r-  '���'X ':sjpdyirfex:^  '���;-:$j$phXfQ#^^  ' T-rftaifinif '*^r^''Mr.,^RaynervTo-^^  ? T^;^TR^Wo<^d^^Ti^  ^t^'^^e��lin^|6fl:t^^i^  "    Ki^StinidSfi^ri^l^ xXxx-.ry ^m^J^'J^Z^^  HiV���ir;>*line. A:"rAyy;.yy^ -X^.  gaged on tfre   power  project,  with. Enjil Anderson Co, Ltd..  asIgenefai^Tcon^ati^orT  ���>.  ���   Watefisi ftom ClowhQm Lakes  'wiRr-he- impounded py' a coh-  pay their income tax. He owifr-  pared;vthat<> sthration-. to that; of  the average "worker l\vhq:^paid/OE.  his full income. He said the Ct^  was in favor of a capital ga_iw  tax. He -argued the goveranie&fc  had no money problem as there  was sufficient -money rlmtTit wa��  in .wrong hands,' those of c��i#-  :orations.;*.'���,*������ .-.yXX- ZZ^'x> ;y, XX.  y <v-Hfe '* *^<w_^.theT^act ;the'\ Lite-  courts in B.C.  Three weeks ago the association had the privilege of interviewing and hearing'Ernet  Evans,' commissioner for the  B.C. Travel Bureau and it was*  at this meeting in Powell River that Mr. Evans gave'the  definition of wliat a tourist  means to -this area^ or in other  areas. It is' a person who  spends his money in an area  such as ours, where he doesn't  earn it.'  .The. association in the last  thTree years, with the help of  Bjack Ball Ferries, put out  o\fer 50,000 folders in 1953,  6^;��d0 Meters; inyl955; andvtiiis,  year T'Pui..T!nut.:^]5,000^ folders.  .���These*.*'foiaereT^U*:'be"iiiistribu-"'  cities. To American audiences  Fisher interprets Canada and  has become'a leading salesman  for Canada.  Egmont to get  $41,980 wharf  The Minister-of public works  in Ottawa has announced that  Egmcoxt isi'to get a wharf. A contract 'has 'been iet to' Greenlees  ��� Pil.edriying Co., Ltd., 500 Beatty St., Vancouver as the lowest;  tenderer for ' construction of a  ^harf to cost $4.1,980.30-.,, ,..:y c  ........,This^ .anhouncement: wasTfpr-^  warded jto The; Coast, News  by  ..'iytete'Z.accepted; ;"' ;Mrs..yUiiactys*���<-���>  '��� i%nbur;Tr>Neisp^��� Islaiid/i   re-  T'qu^^TaTtrah^fer. X?A i'XX:-  ���^'.'.TT|to^CTti5*'.A;^i^ek::'*':*E.TA was  grahtedthe u&eyof the school  grounds; for a. carnival on June  '12. Tenders for painting the  school have been called and  Mr. Franklin has arranged a  schedule whereby each* school  will be repainted every four  or five years.  The board will provide trans  portation for pupils at Pender  Harbour,^- Sechelt, Roberts  Creek and Gibsons to 'attend  the Pjort Mellon June 1 sports  day.  Concrete foundations have  been poured at Kleindale  high school and Sechelt and  Gibsons schools are on schedule. IDavis. Bay; is awaiting  gbverhnxent inspection.  I^ion^ya;������; letterywill be sent? to  '|the.*.>^Sechelt;.Peninsula  Board  ^f Trade requesting they Tcall  Tan early meeting; of r operators  pf   all  stores,   shops,   garages  and ervice stations in r the village to obtain a definite expression as- to which day of the  week   is   preferred  for ��� half-  day closing.  Accounts'totalling $3,122.08  and $10.59 were approved for  pay&eht.   -      '  At 'a-Special meeting May 8,  the Rate By-law passed third -  reading and was adopted. The  "Percentage Additions to Taxes By-law" was also passed and  adopted. /  In payment of 'the Province T  of vB.C: -Local - Ck>veriiment ���  Gr^ntj/aTch^ik: for ,$7.024Vwas,.*  deposited to ^the Corporation's  General Account.. T  Ihlet^/hesury theT. old .4^000  h.p/   organization-T^was. ;a(cmnplim)eiil��  generating station.���'., :;.'���; " -  '''T:;Ex'cayation^vbrk is now proceeding, at' the power house  site, 'wliere a coffer dah>'was  recehtly biiilt and fofthdatidns  for' the1 penstock ' have been  constructed.  - i (Pictures will be found ��� on  Page six.)   .    , T      ..   . .*..'.  to the CCF.  ; On the uubject of river powea-  .development he thought such development should be made wUfe  public funds. He also; suggested  the, government should set up,*  housing fund with a low interest  rate. Old. age pensions. he ��� regarded in the light of the gav-  ernment Qpexating on a free enterprise .basis, by. .taking all tht^r  could get and giving out m UitQ��.  as possible.  During his -recent talk: at Pen--     .Mr, Clarkson was chairman'  ; der ��� Harboujr,   Hon. r Janies ,Sin-.  :' X-X'  X       X- . ..  clair, minister .of fisheries and    tZfl^'f'At^t JPfffiV  /l4beral"Tca^d^ KjUf ' CVl  Cf /W'''  O decision  is delayed  ted *a& far east Ms, Winnipeg   x-^.  r \       a.   , ������ ���������'-���-��� '>���"�����> '������   *  and.aR^^thraSrCaIif<>rMa. -Hon. James Sinclair, nuiuster ot  r, fisheries. The- wharf will be con  and i as' farusottth as' Califdrhiia  The association has' also -received requests, froni Ontario and  QuebecX. for Sunshine;/ - Coast  folders. So you can see whavt  the Sunshine Coast Tourist- Aft-,  sociation means to youT"  Z  i. -'J..,        /;:-^Contributed)  T       sinlcair tea  ' Mii-sT MoSier,T^alihioon Bay,  is holding; a/1;_;'a;Mbnday; afternoon, May 2|7, 'from 2:30 to 5  for-'the people of "the -area to  st^ucted{in Co-op Ray ajfid/it-..is X. meet Hon.^and-Mrs/James Sih-  ;.quitey probable...;.that ,it will be  completed this summer   -,  , -���   *-��� v ������  Paying, bridge  John^Fikteri^dft^nldescrrbedyTf-i��r.H^re   AeL^rt '  as  ICanada's    most    travelled    ^n��vr8   ��I*<SU  :. clair.t Mr. Sinclair is- this dis-  . trict'ss memher "iri federal par-  . liajment and; is minister of fisheries in the cabinet. ������     "'��.  FLOWER SHOW  There will be; a flower show  May 28: in the United Church  hall under auspicesT of. Gibsons  Giarden Club.. "With bloom gen-  eraiiy being so wealthy this  year it is expected -the display  will /be >; one ofi exceptional:  beauty.' _*. :XZ:.>lk. :." ";:' ������������������-.x... Z  lahp constituency declared the  matter" of the moving the post  office from Irvine's Landing to  Garden Bay'was being deferred  until after the election tor avoid  any gesture which might be interpretedgs-aii'electibittooye.''* *;r  Mr. Sinclair addressed a good  meeting    for    the area because  quite a number of people  had  travelled considerable distance to  hear him.'"     ��� i     j   im   :  St. Mary's Hospital JSociety  corrects a mistake made in ifa  annual report recently published where it mentioned "��  donation as having been "received froni the I.O.D.E.  This donation was given by'  the O.E.S. at Roberts CCreefe  grsiteful for it and regrets hav-  ihg made the mistake. It was  and the hospital society im  done through an error in typing put the names for the  report.  organized at Sechelt  Canadian, is one of the smooth- "  est, ;most dynamic salesmen at  work in the wo>rld todaiy. On  top -ofthatr he has a -product  in which.'he^beiiieves sincerely;  But he operates in the .toughest buyers* 'market imaginable."  His life's; work is selling Canada to Canada.  The ardent"Cahadianism that  makes up so much of the  Fisher personality-is,for all its  insistent enthusiasm, T anything  but urireaspMhg nationalism;  ^is is the trained mind of ;they  reporter, ��� and -his uhdierstaihd-  ing of the stresses ^thatTpull at  this coiuitry'^Thationhood, -was  heightened early in. his eareer  by :his work Twitli^tlie "Rowell-  Sirois Commission, which reexamined Confederation ; and .  therights of the provinces; y-,  T>r. Fiisher's/ T weekly. r^dio  broadcasts have becbrhe just  a small part of his worki .as  each year thousands /of requests come in for the-inimit-  able John Fisher touch in interpreting the Canadian scene to  audiences ranging up to 10,000  across this country, the United  "Tenders have been called by.  the department of highways in  Victoria for the bituminous surfacing ; the SechetePend^r Harbour highway 22 feet wide from  -mile ^14;3 to Klein Junction,*9.6  miles.  Tenders have also been called  for construction of Mission  Greek bridge No. 2 near Wilson  ;Creek''" "���'���������/' -  Yup, Ognib!  To allay fears because of an"  accidental omission last week of  the Kiwanis Bingo story, the public is informed sessions will continue, same time, Thursday 8  p.m.y/ and the same place, the  School hall. The door prize will  still;.to be offered and the four-  ���corner specialty will be there  Can you see, steer and stop  your car safely? The Canadian  Highway Safety Conference  warns "Check Your Car,  Check Accidents,".in May.  (BY BETTE-LUMSDEN)  *   ..   - * - ���   ����� ������ **' -- - .  The weather looked doubtful all morning, and > the hard-  Tworking; Sechelt May Day  Committee thought their plans  had been sabotaged for May  Day celebrations Monday but  as usual the Sunshine Coast  struggled through heroically  for the big event.  The day started with the arrival of North Vancouver Sea  Cadets, the May Queens' guard  of honor, and the Wrenettes.  The sound of the band was a  signal for the crowds tp gather  along the highway to wait for  the parade. It was well worth  the waiting as it turned out to  be the longest, the funniest and  the slowest parade held here  for many years.  The road police did their job  well/and the Kinsmen can be  prpud of their handling of the  parade, also the hilarious  clowns,. throwing goodies to  the youngsters, and keeping  the crowds laughing at their  zany antics.  The retiring queen, Roberta  Johnson crowned Sechelt's  new May Queen, Judy Braun.  The retiring Residential Queen  Corinne Wilson crowned the  Indian Queen, Irene Francis.  Mr. Norniinton of the B.C.  Electric escorted Miss Braun,  and Capt. ���S. Dawe attended  Miss Johnson. The Re|Kden-  tial Queen, Miss Framcis was  escorted by Freddie Louie.  Charlie Craigan, counsellor  of the Indian Band in his address, said the Indian people  appreciate their part in the  celebrations and were happy to  welcome everyone to the Indian Park.  Lt. Poustie of the Navy Cadets asked Queen Francis to  present the Sechelt Trophy to  Drummer Roland Joe, for attendance , at 81 parades, and  absent from only one. In his  short: address Lt. Poustie said  he and the boys had attended  many celebrations through the  years in small communities,  and Sechelt was the only one  where the community gave the  Indians a foremost part in the  celebration. He said he thought  Sechelt was about the only village in B.C. where the two  pulled in unison and did such  a good job.  Chafrman of the May Day  Committee and parade mar-  shall George Page made the  shortest speech on record,. He  thanked his committee, the Indian sports committee everyone who had helped with the  arrangements, and the heavens  above for the clearing weather  and said, "Let's get on wit8  the show!"  Commission Chairman Chris  Johnston offered appreciation  of all the work that had been  done to make ,the day a success, and congratulated the  queens. A record was made in  short speeches in Sechelt this  May Day, for which everyone,  including the few speakers,  was grateful.  Teen Town Queen Ruth  Lumsden was introduced with  her attendant Miss Carol  Brackley. Her other attendant, Miss Sylvia Gee, was un  able to make the trip from  Vancouver.  The Maypole Dancing of Ch��  little ones went off .without  a hitch, and the three squaw  dance groups from the Reserve  were a.big success. Band selections Interspersed most eS  the activities.  About 15 ladies from West  Sechelt who volunteered their  help at the eating concession  were kept busy all day. The  proceeds will be for the Sechelt Centennial Commission  3jid May Day Committee.  The tremendous new flagpole was erected by the Indian Committee. It towers ?&  feet high and can be seen from  as far away as Wilson Creek.  A beautiful archway was afcto  built, and covered with greens  at the entrance to the park.  The war canoe, entered hy  the reserve as a float ia fte:  parade, was built by the Sechelt Tribe in 1930. It was  dug out by the late Tony Hurst  and finished in 1932.  The ;St-  (Continued on Page 4) Published by Secheli Peninsula News Ltd.,  *\  e^'yTThMifeday; at Gi  B.C.  Box 128, Gibsons, B.C.. Phone 45Q  FRED CRUICE. jSdilor and publisher  Member Canadian Weekly Newspapers Association  and ihe B.C. division of C.WlN.A.  Member B.C. Weekly Newspapers Advertising Bureau  Vancouver office -���210 Dominion Bldg.,  Telephone PAcific 7557  Authorized Second Class Mail, Post Office Department,'Ottawa.  Rates of Subscription: 12jnqs., $2.50; 6 mos., $1,56; 3 mos., $1.00  United iStates and Foreign, $3.00 per year. .5c per dopy.  hop closing  Discussion regarding ithe afternoon on which shops will  close centres around the merchants and their attitude. One section has petitioned the Village Commission for Wednesday half-  day and another merchant has asked the commission to delay  action until all have a chance to make up their minds.  For all merchants to make up their minds at the same  time and in the same place is a phenomohon rarely witnessed.  Experience right across the dominion will support this. However  Sunshine Coast merchants can possibly provide an exception ahd  get together and settle on one day���-because, if they do not, the  act is specific about what will happen.  Just so the general public will be informed on the situation, here is what is involved in the hew shop regulations under  the Municipal Act:  Shops must close all day Sunday and statutory holidays.  Shops must close no later than 6 p.m. Monday, Tuesday,  Thursday and Saturday or on any four days specified in a, bylaw.  Shops must close no later than 12 p.m. Wednesday or on  ' such other one day each week specified in a bylaw passed by tlie  Village Commission,   his weekly half holiday does hot apply  during July and August if stated by bylaw.  \. Shops must close not later than 9 p.m. Fridays or other  such one day a week specified by byllaw.       ' .,  Some merchants will ask ./''.What is a shpp?'\W.ell, the act  outlines this by first, stating that any premises where, arty wholesale or retail trade or business is carried on is a shop, including  barbers, hairdressers and shoesMrie Emporiums.  ��� ��� i- Specifically stated as not included iii, tlie definition of  . shops are establishments"where tlie'only."trade,or/business car-  tied on is-that.o�� selling'tobacco and related products,^newspapers, magazines, fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, cut flowers, flor*.  ists' ^products, soft drinks, dairy products, bakery prb&ucts,. or.'���  any one or more of them, :or that pf Tain '.hotel',:tori,/public house,  restaurant or refreshment house?'      ,.,���:,"     ,  Oh the qth^r'hand the,Village Co  of the lieutenant^governdMh-cqyncU  the following shdps ffroitn the half-holidayl -provisicm,:;Automobile  "service stktibrisjsei^ce^^^^  br" stan&s:within a 'Shop- for'-'the'-^silte ^frMshffeiiife, -ff^^yejge-  tables, sbftf drittkSi dai^prbduc&^k^^  florists' products and cohfe^ionis^.;   ^ -x:>'.:-��������� : , T        /   .>���'��� -.* JrfaVk&si'art^ n<bt|j^  $ng\theTh^tti-s.shbpstfare.closfed, if *t^e^fe^b_rlavvvv...$.���.-yy.yy  ,  ���'T'/'-TiS&Hri^:^  the whole matter reinoved frbmthe ^T'^bi6^^6^.m^^^^iBA  it is a headache to municipal v^'^e^^^'^pf^'^f^^^ is  that the ftld- ptfineiji^T of pavingysiw^ cloi^ art ^j��^:Jbours  A^<to prbtebt^ th^^ju^n| ^*h^jgnip|c^^;are  ^av^ed^y bther regu&Moris therefore :*-_?u_i_^^legisiatlbn is not  jifec^ary: ..   -\* *fc   .!���>���>-������',���....---X;-'-:'.  feni&8ioti ';o^-^ra;;an^f^'^^r^n| 'x^lo^^talk'  ;cbnc&niii��jh��;teg^^ of great help ^B^hil who  want tb' bolder tfte inff^ire on 'its, nverits. T Ate|^rT^9'4heT%v-  eragefeerchairt istoriic&tHefr the act is ^8^��;% hifeaftsihat &h-  "^ifea&^liife' ^b^^^Alfr"f^��t-LSCTn'; fbeir municipal commissions toic a  specific day ori W^iclito close, the Wednes^yTaf^|nooii;clcSing  becomes automatic!  if iti^ want W just  need to sit tight, ISTo iriunicipal legislation is heeded.  The problem for some bc^e$toe; shopsi v^li ^e T^ether  they are ailowed-to stay*>pen '';oV���i^.X'lT^l^yfa^^:^^i^  and one which will havej-to be decided iby the rmunipipa| avi^br-  ities who Me, guided by Tthe wording of tlie act. This they cannot change. Interpretation is the problem for decision.  *                   j This   year, in   February^  the  HlfSiliS   IH&ClC 3?und appealed for support not  The BC. Polio Fiihi\spon-   formation as to the chemical $**& "*�� continued care of po-  sored by the  Kirismbh eiribs    contents of all poisonous, pro- Ho patients but also for a broad  of the nrovince has made'-Vfew    dxxcts' Particularly  thoseT used nevy: program of helping B,C.'s  of the province, has made, new    inthe home, such as cleaning estimated   27,000   handicapped  grants totaUing $25,800 toward     ��--"-    m^-    ^^ _-i^_-    -.,��  fluids. This ihfoririatibri. will  be iriimeidiately^available to  doctors, to enable them to  giye quick and effective treatment to children who inadvertantly swallow poisonous material.  Two grants from-.���the. Polio  Fund will provide psychiatric  rehabilitation services for eny  otionally disturbed children at  special schools to which cases  are sent from all over the province.  St.' Euphrasia's    School   in  the treatment arid rehabilitation of sick arid handicapped  children throughout B.C.  Thee largest grant, $10,000  will provide -a mobile clinic  for youngsters Twho are bom  with hearing - defects aridUy afe  likely to lose their hearingTen-  tirely in the first few yearsTof  life. yt"  The clinic wilb operate out  ���of the Health Centre for Children   at   Vancouver   General  Hospital.   It   will   find   cases   ,, .        ^0 nnn  throughout  the   province!and   Vancouver receives $2,000 and  arrange for the patients tb.be    *he+ .sm}*laJ   ^J?   ��aks  pro"  admitted to the hospital,    1>     ,ject m Victoria, $5,000.  Treatment of these chilctren '��� T^se *chools are s^^ne.d  involves fitting of hearing aids by the Community Chests in  !for the purpose of teaching *&e two cities and Provincial  them to talk before their J're- and city social service agencies  sidual" hearing is gone. Other- *>ut hitherto there has been no  wise they would face a life- money for psychiatric services  time of being mute as well as aimed at preparing the chil-  deaf. ��� dren for a return to society.  A second grant to the Cen- A grant of $3,800 has gone  tre, $5,000, will set up a poison to the clinical investigation  registry for the use of all B.C. urn* at St. Paul's Hospital in  doctors. - Vahcouver   to help" in   respir-  The Centre will conipile in-    atory research.  -      '   '��� '  ' '���  '  . Doctors are studying-respir  atory activity in both polio  patients and other patients afflicted with p61ib--type paralysis. The mphey will' buy  equipmfent and provide- the services of a part-time technician  to operate it.  The Polio Fund's grants are  children.  2    Coast News. May 23, 1957.  Read The Real Estate Column  On The Want AdPsp-  V.*;*i-''.  TO AU-i#lE  ���T'i'  mm  _  /���:  J'Ci  fa-Be.  "Of all the benefits which nature has* bestowed ori British  Columbia, the greatest ^byTfar    vmade possible by the gerieros  ���s- ^aj.. ���t.w.*��*ai��- ��� ,*���^^ ��� ^-���j j    ity  of the   people of B:C.   in  as -6ar boundlfess forest, said  Premier W.A..Q. Bennett, .-an-  nouricirig passage of an Oi?der-  iri-Cbuncil ��� proclainiing May  18-25 as ForestT Conservation  Week in B.C. "Almost e^ery  community throughput our  366,000 isquare miles is greatly  dependent ori the annual harvest of timber and half;��'or  more of our annual income, is  ..derived. jfr'bm , it." When 'our  ;fpreSt industries Tprpsper, the  entire province^ prospers," .(the.  Preiser'said. .t  ' ^"For that; reasbia,"1he :cbn!tin-  ueci, "it giybs Tm!e ^reatTiiiea-  surb to endorse^the efforts^ of  !thb- B.tJ. >brariclf ^>ftlici^H^dir  an^'Fbres^TAssSHatibn^^  1 gfea!t work qf iri^ft^^bur  poplilsitibh^ of ^hb^'Siip^rtifnce  ! qf'^e 'fbfes^":;^rid:'thV'n���fee^  of cbnieVving ��� and' cbrisla&Stly  'prblecting''theffi:  "���:������'    :-.; ;Q' '  ��� ���:���"- ^f*B^--^^^V5r^^^^  gani^tlnT!/;1)!��?\'*_>iJ6lft^  :��� lj&t$B^$&j*& and  iihahcial.coritributibnsji assisted by industry and government  has^b^n?fca^ln^thie "me&t&ge  ot coriSei^itidhf of buf'-ibr^ts,  MOtetiS ahd^iiiaiife to1^ piib-  Me.AiH ,fis*':*a": yJear^buAd' cadn-  paign, rlkit v-mt^s)*fedf at <;the  '^titstefcilf; feach^rie**^'feetsi&sbn.  m'X&e&ii^mfer wiibli^hearted  ��� "swppbft daNafiifi^;. - ,-y' '-x-x' *"-  'I would urge Tth#^b^ give  " $i&Bp^i&gL) eVe^ysbncbur-  ^gen3^rit;#nr;iheo3n^ of  'Keeping BvC. Grbbn'."*  "contributing    to     its    annual  ���province-wide drive for funds.  ���������n*i   :*!fii   >"���:'��� ���*-.:;���:';r.-'.:   j-jx*;.;-. ���:.���..-   ^:.y./*.  *������   i.;0   ;*������/,;��<;   ,1;:;..-I.;--:  For Guaranteed  WatcK^ and Jewelry  Repairs  Work -done  on fth& 'Pt^ih'ise*  r :-*i*iV**-i.i.O^    i��..ii-,    JLKJ    ii>_,i/.��-*-*'t*i*    -'-  ���*yi &jss\,.��������'(  NdflGE  No Sprinkling or irrigation of lawns or gardens with water  from the Municipal system will be permitted during the  month of June, July and August, 1957, except as maybe  authorized by Permit issued by the Municipal Clerk, and dur-  ing the hoars stated on such Permit. Any violations of these  regulations will be prosecuted.  ROBERT BURNS, Clerk.  '=ii(*_��^Y*?^ii^��^'.-W5^K^*^"*?aK-^*^i*W;T  :T???s3i'_*_^-*iTr?!^S  ;;^eT^prkmeri.'s Comperisa-  tion boards annual report, ior  1956 shows that, "^CB paicl'but  ;or^Ta^^ ^2ii2d7^^,to cover ;ebmj^^stibh'.:aWai^t(;iast  . T;yjear. ^;^^;';'i^^./the;:~hig^est'  airipunt.;;ipaid.;:i^  ;��� since .the actr cainb. intb bblirig.  '���'in 19JLT,;;-":'. A.Z,.y...'.  ._,y .Injtited,: wbrktrieri received  ''���"$8^22*1^964 ih time toss cbiiipen- '"  ^isdtipri. '''$^161^78 :--?^\itetidi-  otft for ;m.eS"ical care ;bf injured irijeri. The total cost ot 'per-  maiierit, disSbiiity 'awarils  aj^p&rited Tto $6;54��3,3i35 arid  3��,2T8;ll;7 was awarded Xyi-  dows and dependents of Workmen killed on tlie job.  The boardfe ^rision tfund  5n the bank amourited to $76,-  375,041 to cover the. cost of  pensions awarded during the  past years. This mbriey Has  been set aside to guarantee  payment of mbnthly pensions  to widows, dependents, and  permanently disabled. work-  ��� ��� meri.:-.  '., -a.'  Retireinent Savings Plans Eligible ter  INCOME   TAX   DEDUCTIONS  The Income Tax Act (Canada) was recently  amended to permit individual taxj^ayep.^to  deduct from theirincome, witMn cbrtain liimte,  p^miums<paid ior retirement savings planis iii  1957 and later years./  The savings portion of either a new or ah  existing life insurance policy mayj^Tqhaji-  fifed ���:'���� a reiiiremerit sayings ^an. Easting Oife  ]&u?an<^ policies ifeeforb :Jn_^;nQtT^;;^:  r^idS?edin order tb tffi ad^urii^pf tlns&  L  The possible 'advanta&k of the deduction  should in each case be considered, in rela- ^  tion to the restrictions required^ by law td, be  included in a savings plan to make it eUgible  for the deduction, and in relation to the policyholder's own particufar tax circumstances, y  - Policyholders Mterested inJihe^ new dfeduc-  tion.should.consult their life insurance under-  writers or their companies.  COMPANIES IN CANADA  i.^x^Zyi:~~y m^tWy.  S^in^^i; touch.: It'ftSlpia jJ^S^np ^it^-;: ���  ���'���-. ''^^f^f^&^^k:. loii(g,^^n^:^t|i ^',-  " '��fd3��S:jp^sral^ ;of:lhe'  W0k titito'miwM firxc&m,  ���Mi  thfe ntiao^eriso that yoli can make a not^'off  it fi-M&e^^^  r$'";1^fav^  Anii:'.')  %rm  s:  Vfcfbno lb Voncouver/  Nanaimo Io fi$frTy  ;���/.-;  N��w Westminster fo Toront�� $2^5  r.::^tct  mmmSH COL UMBIA  TEZE;PH��WM; C&M0W&  "^ :���.���  ujirttt/  "teinoela** Second Largejt TtlepJ^��J5yitj|ih  ^Tr^a-tft^r  mmmzmm  SSWSWiiiS^  ���SSSSKsKU.'-S  s^mmm*^  ssues  Leaving M ���'&' W Store  Roberts Creek at 7.30 p. m.  and Wakefield at 7.40  returnli^ after the  meeting- ��� :X'"   *y'  ���  ^^��I^$5t^$K^��!SS*3f^^  w^^^si^^^m^sms^^^m^^mmmmm^m^^m^^msm^m^^^^m Coast.News. May X23i 1957.    3  BY MRS. M. WEST  Mr. R.. Finley is attending  the Kinsmen convention at  Kamloops this week.  ' Albert Campbell, chief steward on the "La Pampa" which  docked at Port Mellon during  the week renewed a wartime  friendship with Mr. J. Thompson.  Among those attending the  wedding of Miss Anne Davies  and Mr. Dougal Rae in Vancouver were Mr. and -. Mrs. W.  Brown, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hemp-  . sail, Mr. and Mrsi J. Macey,  Mr. and Mrs. D. Macklam, Mr.  and Mrs. S. Peterson, Mr. and  Mrs. Pitman, Mr. E. Preiss, Mr.  and Mrs. G, Proulx, Mr. and  Mrs. iE.CX Sherman, Mr. and  Mrs. P. Strike and Mr. and  Mrs. G. Taylor.  Weekend visitor with Mr.  and Mrs. P. Madison, was Mr.  Madison's sister, Miss Janet  Madison from Vancouver.  During the holiday weekend  Jim Postlethwaite and his Tbro-  the Stephen, visited Mr. and  ifais. J., Thomson. Jim was  formerly an engineer at Port  Mellon.  'The tree planting ceremony  planned for May 24th by the  PTA was postponed ��� until, the  fall, the early warm weather  having brought the trees into  flower and leaf sooner than  was expected.  Mr. and Mrs. Oviatt and  Mrs. Clark of Elphinstone PTA  visited tlie Port Mellon PTA  to express their concern for.,  better representation from Port  Mellon at the High School  Parent-Teacher meetings.  By R. J. SCOn  Check firearms  During 1956 the general public was advised by press and  radio that the laws of Canada  required every, person, with  the exception of wholesale and  retail dealers, to register all revolvers, pistols and fully automatic firearms in. his possession  This did not include the ordinary type of rifle, shotgun or  air gun. Although the response  to this; notification was satisfactory, many old' certif cates  have not yet been renewed and  it is desired to impress on all  such weapon owners who still  hold certificates dated prior  to Jan. 1, 1952 that they must  immediately take ^necessary  steps to. have their firearms  properly registered.  LLOYD'S Features  ".*���.���'.   :.*:���������: .. *     -J       *.    .      ** .        .:;:;-*   *���*     *      .        .. . t< '. . *     ,>.V ->;.*���������> "���   ;:.! ��"S  i-  n  Fxpst-free  Self defrosting    v  10   cubic   foot  capacity   in  only 28" of floor space.  v Full width freezer holds 39  lbs. of   food.   Defrosts,   re  moves   arid   evaporates   the  defrost   water ��� no   fuss,  muss or bother for you.  Only   Westinghouse  has   it!  And, you can pay for it while  you enjoy it.  $34^.00  '/Ty;..-.'��� ���'������-r':-'   $35.00    DOWN    and  y $15.00     per     month  V  12 CU. Ft- SIZE at $379.50  BOTH     (ON     LLOYb^    EASY     TERMS  AND the  A  Completely  Automatic  Washer in  of space  TThe Ne-w  Westinghouse  i^und^^  The most compact  washeryof all ��� cuts  [T work, uses only 12 gals. ,  I*-of hot water. Flushes, lifts  turns and tuihbles clothes  65 time a iriimite.  Westinghouse  .DE- ;LUXE'  Costs more, but has  all the extra features  to make it a good buy.  The biggest wash goes  through with litttle  effort. You'll be proud  of your De Luxe.  $269.50       $339  LLOYD'S TERMS  ($35.    Down and  ���?1&   Per Month  LLOYD'S TERMS  $50 :'DOWN'���"  $15    Per Month  Another Specialty at LLOYD'S=  'y~   Foi* Men & Women  /Siwii^TsiyiTs ^t's]^^^  They, make Gals look gorgeous _ Guys look Great  YOU'LL     OO     BETTER     AT  PHONE PH. 222  wsmmsm  flow MueU  ���JJUHSMUAX CfJLHm  J>E<��RMlH��P,��jo��S  OVER mo 'SMOKS  ;'��� ?  K#fS AWL  W>R.H BV  Koreans m  Hill XiltftiLR-  J&i riA.*fs  ���ARJE MM>�� OF  OaEP. PAPER.  AHD A** BAW-  *�� ����. Xtnf Fuiu��_ Sj^mc, J��. VnrU  MUCK RAKE,  V? MUCK QK. PUHtj.  MUCKRAKE.,  yfoStEK, EXPOSE., <-.**������.  CHARGE,ESP, -HABrfu-Uli  cokb.umioh, r.ea1. ob.  aixe.��;ed, oh <ue p^r.<  <k- pu51.ic me.h anp  CORPORA-flOMS.  Pender Harbour district  B. C. story  put on film  A graphic story of the birth  and growth of the province  has been told on film for all  B.C. school children.  A 64-frame film strip, "Then  and Now," follows the progress of B.C. from formation  of Forts Langley and Victoria  through the gold rush to the  present day.  Progress of industries and  transportation from early-day  operations to present modernism is outlined in the project  of the provincial education department and the B.C. Centennial Committee.  "It ���will give an idea of what  has happened in our first 100  years and what we are celebrating," said. Willard Ireland,  provincial archivist. He wrote  the script and selected pictures  for the strip from the Archives  and from many supplied by  different B.C. industries.   _  BABY SHOWER  Mrs. J. Woods, and Mrs. M.  Tiessen, Mrs. J.. Powers and  Mrs. M. Newcombe were present at a baby shower for Mrs.  Janet Newcombe in the home  of Mrs. Alice Nickerson, West  Sechelt. Co-hostesses were Mrs.  Nickerson and Mrs. Edna Law-  son.  I gave up the ice business.  Here's your new fridge from  C and S SALES  Phone Sechelt 3  Mrs. Mary Kelso, of Vancouver visited her step-father, Mr.  Jack Potts, who is a patient in  iSt. Mary's Hospital;  Rev. and Mrs. Walter Ack-  royd of Murdoch's Landing attended a B.C. Pentecpstal  t Church convention at Kelowna  About 1,000 delegates were  there and 13. ministers were  ordained, among them, Rev.  Mr. Ackroyd.  Miss Pat Lamb of New Westminster spent last weekend in  Garden Bay.,  The marine survey ship, Sir  James Douglas, spent the past  few days in Pender Harbour,  installing.markers,on rocks in  Whiskey/Slpugh, a muchneed-  ed. aidTtb many ".boats,"'.: ���       ~  Miss Margaret Thompson of  St. Mary's - Hospital was a  weekend visitor to Vancouver.  Mrs., Stan Bowdler of Garden Bay is in Vancouver for a  few weeks.;.,.  Mrs. Bu<i yinsley is spending  a few-dkys^with - her parents  ��� inVahcou^ry ��� TTy*:,'., -,  Tkbout 40 wo^  Wtestininster; Anllicaiv1��ibcese  visited Gkrdeit Bay ori* Monday  Th^TwerefservedT;l^ciieon in  the Chihi^  were taken on.vaT tour of St.  ���::X 3^4X00^Sx^y Jack McPeek  of Lanjgiey.^andWhite Rock  are atT-tta^T'Pender Harbour  Motor. CdiirtT* - Xy  A special Mother's Day service was held at the Pentecostal Church, Madeira Park.  Over 60 persons attended. Mrs.  Fenn was honored as the mother who brought her fgmily  t0 church from the farthest  distance. Later in the day a  service was, held in the school  at Irvihe?s Landing where Mrs,  Fred .Shaughhessy; was honored as the mother of the year.  Miss Ruby Kniitsoh, R.N., of  The princess line is ruling  the spring scene, and ;not only  when it comes to youthful fashions. Good corsetry, light,  flexible, yet controlling, is prepared to give almost any figure type the right foundations  for any line. This,coat is cut  on the princess line and has  an away-from-the-neck collar  that is wearable with or without the printed silk scarf.  There is a low placed, shoulder  line and seaming on the bodice  that terminates in gores on the  skirt, Flapped pockets are  placed slantwise.  . St. Mary's Hospital spent the  weekend in Vancouver.  Gordon Lyons of West Vancouver is in the Harbour for a  few days.  Mrs. M. White, R.N., is the  new matron of St. Mary's hospital. She arrived on Saturdav.  accompanied by her three children and1 Mrs. Jock Mcliennah.  Mrs. White has had several  years' experience as matron in  various hospitals in B.C. and  is looking forward with pleasure to her new job here.  Miss Charlotte Grunder has  moved tb Qardeh Bay.  Mr. Frank Harding; Sinclair  Bay-, has flown to New Brunswick for a two weeks holiday  with relatives.  Westmere Lodge was booked  up again over the: weekend,  and limit catches of fine trout  were taken from West Lake.  Ar^ne Bishop, a young lady of  8 years, took a back seat 'to  npbpdy when it came to fishing  arid caught a nice kreel of fish.  ���Mr. and Mrs.K^n Dockstp-dd-  er and- child are registered at  Pender. Harbour Motor; Court,  Garden Bay.:  y/Mr*; and.lVtos. WmT Davis of  Bargain Harbour are spending  a-dle-^TdjayV i^ Vancouver..  ���.':;/,Mt^hdT;iVfrs/T!rer^;''ftopkley  ofjLiaagl^P^^  e-dyto their^ home'after a few  moriths'in^this areai: T  ^���'Gdtin to the swing pf things*  Plan to; exhibit at the fair.  D J. ROY ��� B. C. LAND SURVEYOR  AND CIVIL ENGINEER ANNOUNCES  THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A SURVEY  PRACTICE TO SERVE THE SUNSHINE  COAST.  __  . ' v.  To contact write PO Box 37 Gibsons or  2409 Nelson-Ave., West Vancouver.  '���'������������,.   s* !"   ,����� f    .-. '  n  0n*n***t*Mn����9*uf^nBnnaammi��m  ���immwttwtme hmw w���wit _������ iimm  wfmm*BB*wmmanwi  SAND  ��� :������".������!  "   i ' i  QRAVEL  . i  CEMENT  ���  W$*.r:.rst'.��:\f,.i)  ROAD GRAVEL  V1*. r _'J* ������ <>������������ .. .  A Full Line of Lumber  ��  ,~.y���-.m'9.~,+  Phone: 60'W Sechelt -r- 60  '/.-a,.. ���**..  THURSDAY,  W|^t 23,. - Gtoton* Schooi Hall    8 p.m. Sharp  *T;TT:* -SfCr CASH PRIZES .  ...  Sunshine Coast  i---(f  %v1  Vv *\  THE  BESTBREWS  IN  THE  WORLD  COME  FROM   CARLING'S  THE ���SaKJLIB?CS BREWERIES (B.C.) LIMITED (formerly Vancouver Breweries Ltd.)  DEO   CAP   ALE   -   PH.8ENER   LACER   BEER   ���   *IBC   OOHEMtAN   LASER    BEER   -   OLO   COUNTRY   ALE   -   *X   CREAU   STOUT  this advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or the Government of British Coturabto . A. meeting of the Pender  Marfbour and District Board of  ^Srade, for the first time in-  jgsszxs heard its president announce the road situation was  "-g^nasrally good." �����  Th& board  has   fought  un-  GIBSONS  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  LTD.  jflVixlO   Forest cedar siding  Quality grade. $75M  \Bin x 8ft. Plywood cotes  Dandy fence posts, each $j  [JjcS hand split 4in. Ceder  4 pickets 6c ea.  $&in*x4 and wider KD spruce  siim stock, $75 M square ft.  Several one-light windows  approx. 28x28, $2 each  Plywood reject doors $5.75 ea.  Ififn. x 16in. Etchwood squares  16c each  Siadowood squares   12c each  | 1x8!   No.    4 cedar S/L $35M  &rf No. '4 hemlock S4S $43M  3x4 gutter set, fir 23c lin. ft.  ;-:  Discontinued colors in Paints  20%   off price 2-st  1 doz. or so -rolls brick siding  10%     oft Pw?e list  COME IN AND SHOP  AROUND  a '  Phone Gibsons 53  ceasingly to bring improved  roads to the area and was instrumental in bringing about  the building of the Francis  Peninsula road and other  improvements after years of  writing letters and sending delegations to Victoria calling attention- of the- government to  their importance in the development of the-Harbour area.  President John Playfair told  the .members that the black-  topping on the remaining portion of the highway between  Middlepoint and Kleindale  will go ahead this year and  that widening and improving  of the road from Kleindale  Junction to Garden Bay was  now in progress.  The Volunteer Fire Brigade  and petition for a fire district  is now in the hands of a committee which will make a survey of the amount of interest  in the matter among the taxpayers of the district as the deciding factor. The ihcrease in  taxes necessary to finance such  a brigade with the necessary  equipment would be a small  sum annually. Board members  were asked to co-operate with  the committee consisting of  Bud Insley, Robert Dick and  A. Carpenter.  Members heard of a satisfactory conclusion to the efforts of the board to bring  about the most efficient type  of float at Madeira Park. The  existing floats will , remain  where they are and the new  float will be constructed in accordance with the board's recommendations^ This will be a  substantial addition to present  facilities as it is to be a 160 ft-  pontoon float, extending north- ,  ward from the western end of  the present float. The work  is to be completed by September.  Before adjourning, members  agreed to request the govern*:  ment go ahead as soon as possible with the suryeyof the  Garden Bay - Irvine's .Landing  road which has been promised.  STOP PUSHING! use our  Tawing Service  GIBSONS  S S SERVICE  Phone 31 X- Nites 103-20(J  Formerly Sechelt tearooms  CALYPSO R  ��� It  Cafe &; Dining Specialty  SPAGHETTI & CHICKEN or MEATBALLS  Banquets ~~- Catering  9 A.M. to 12 MIDNIGHT  '      FRI,, SAT., SUN. Open to 1A.M.  .    :,;T^;Q:T*l'G^:YrT-T  ^i^*^jS|S^-;'-:''''  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block;  Vancouver, B.C. f;���'"���  .   "V ��� " ���  ���        T  Wishes to announce he will be in  SECHELT,   MAY 28  For an appointment for eyie examination phone  Mrs. Gladys Batehelor, Sechelt 9&F  If anyone wishes any adjustment or repair to  their present glasses I will be pleased to be of service.  be delightf uHy  surprised  Top:     Sechelt's    May; Day  Queen Judy Braun, 12 of Selma   Park T whose   atttentVnts  were Janice Stewart and Judy  McKee.  Bottom: Queen Irene Francis, 11 of Sliaihmon Reserve,  ���whose attendants were Barbara Jeffries and Ann Hackett.  May Day  (Continued  from Page One)  Katherineis 51 feet long and  has been at the Yellow Point  Reservation in Chemainus Bay  for five years. She has been  used in the ,races at Victoria,  Seattle and many others.  The novelty ball game between the Sechlt-Piremen and  the Kiiismen was, strangely  enough, a tie. What with biased coaches and umpires, this  was riot surprising! 7A shake  shingle was used as the baseball bat, and "Mr. Moto" of  wrestling fame was mimicked  all through the ribtous game.  Before leaving qri"'the Navy  t Busy,; a. simple ^ and J>e��utiful  ;" service; was held y^;the- ceno-  taitfi by theband and TWreri-;  ettes. A wreath was placed on  the grave of the Unknown Soldier,   and  the   flag   lowered.  Magistrate  and  Commissioner  Andrew   arid  Christine, Johnston   were   present,   Mr.   and*  Mrs. Jack Redman and many  others.    Comm.    Johnston  thanked trie officers and the  Navy Band' for the pebple of-  , Sechelt.        .    ���  Judges of the parade floats  were Harold Wilson bf Gibsons, Mrs. Wynne. Stewart of  Gibsons and Dr. and Mrs. McKee of Sechelt. The doctor's  wife,, took over, when he was  called ori an. emergency.  . ������.v>-FIoa*t::pri.zes^.e^eT Cpmmer-T  cial: 1, Peninsula Motors, WiJL-  sori' Creok; 2, United Fishermen; Gibsoris:.  Community:    1,    Kinsmen's  . Kiddies;    2; ��� Square     Darice  group, Sechelt.  Private: 1," Sechelt War Canoe, Reserve; 2, Peninsula  Building Supplies, Sechelt.  Industries: 1, 0-& 0 Logging  2, Peninsula Logging.  Bicycle:   1,   Barbara   Lucy,  and 2; Frankie Lucy/  ���^Comical:  1, Carol Kennedy  arid. 2,. Ralph IJutler. . '���  Walking:   1,    Fahrni   dogs,  and:.'"':2, ��� Carol Holden, doctor.  Comical:    Myona    Stroshein,  ", Aunt Jemima, and 2, Kathleen  Kennedy.    *   -  The day ended' with a successful May Queen Ball, after  a-banquet at the Totem Room  ih the Village Coffee Shoppe,  and the Teen Town dance at  Wilson Creek.   The May, Bay  Committee   relaxed   for, the  evening at   the home of Mr.  and   Mrs.   George  Page,  and  were honored with the presence of Magistrate and Commissioner Johnston, Father No-  Ian and Coriimissioner Dawe:.  Winners of the May Day program, draw were Harry Sawyer,   Mrs.   Ida  Howe,   James  Paull,  A.   Campbell,* G.   Le-  mieux and Mrs; Scott Pollack.  The Hamper Draw ��� Number   15723,:   is   unclaimed.   If  this number is not presented at  Redman's Service Store in Sechelt within one week, the alternate number is 441. If still  unclaimed    during    the   next  week,    the   chosen   alternate  number is 15674.  Results of the sports events  will be published  next week-  Interest of the 300,000 membership of Home and School  and Parent-Teacher Associations across Canada will be,fo-  cussed on the annual meeting  May 26 to June 1, at the University of British Columbia,-  Vancouver.  Mrs. J.D. Taylor, of .Hamilton, Ont., president will ; be  chairing the seven day parley.  Interesting speakers and panels  will be included at sessions  open to the public on the evenings; of May 28, 29 and 31.  Business sessions are '.'open;.to  the public morning and' afternoon of May 29, 30 and 31.-  A large attendance, particularly from members of the  British Columbia Federation is  expected at all open' sessions.  This year's theme .is "The  Canadian Family."  Noted specialist in child development and pre-school education will participate in the  annual 'Parents' Institute at*  UBC May 29-31.  Mrs. Katherine Read, head  of the department of family  Life at Oregon State College,  'will* speak on "Discipline in  Day-to-Day Living" . at 10:10  a.m.* Thursday, May 30, at  Physice 202, UBC, and again at  8:10 p.m. the same day in Physics 200 on "Our Changing  World ��� Today's Challenge  to Parents."    .       T  Mrs. Read is the author of  "The Nursery School," a book  used as a text by UBC Extension Department in training  preschool supervisors. She is  vice-president of the National  Associatin for Nursery Education in the U.S. and a member  of their editorial board.  Parents' Institute is open to  the public as well as to members and delegates of parent-  teacher associations.    s  Parents' Institute also includes two public meetings  ..sponsored by the Canadian  Home and School arid Parent-,  Teacher Federation which is  holding ite convention dn Vancouver this year.;  Committee to  c!  . Pender Harbour Legion hast  formed a comiriittee to organize, a work party in\the -near  future to slash down the overgrowth, which appears to be  general over the f whole local  cemetary area. Bud\ Xnglis  heads the comiriittee, with Ian  Woodburn and Ron Nbrthrup  as -meiribers. The work party  will also ihake a special ��bint  of decorating and dignifying  all. graves of veterans buried  in Pender Harbour cemetary.  At. test Friday's meeting,  Don >Cairieron maidevari appeal  for iiegion^ help-yin connection'  with tlie May payi school sports  and dance May 24.; It was de-  cidied the secretary, Bob Cream  should circularize all members  sbefeing volunteers as judges,  timers, track attendants, and  to assist the school staff generally in the sports events.  Help is also required for  decorating the Community  Hall for the-dance in the even-  inS. ' .  If you handle your organization's publicity please send it  in promptly to assure earty  publication.  59 YEARS AGO  It was 59 years ago, May 25  that Mrs. A. Wilander landed  in New York from; her native  Finland. Dropping into the  Coast News office recently she  said she remembered the event  well as at the:.time the Spanish-American war was underway.  Let's aim straight at '53.  Come'on in and pitch. Sunshine Coast Fair Board.  4    Coast News. May 23, 1957.  Don't  forget _ to  read   The  Coast News Classified.  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  , .   Repairs  CHRIS'S   JEWELERS  Work   done   on   the   Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  .milium* llll IMWIMM-M  PUBLIC   ACCOUNTANT  New Office Location  Next to Post Office at Gibsons  New plione number ~��� Gibsons 271 y  rs.Fingarspn  at ^ilso  Representatives from all  parts of the Sechelt Peninsula  attended the meeting in Wilson Creek Hall May 16 -to meet X.  Mrs. Fingarson of the Social  Credit Party, who was intro- y.  duced by Mr. Bert Price, MLA.  CJarripaign manager Mr. Pat  Goode also addresseed the  floor in a short- introductory  Speech. "���''������������������.  'Chairman was -Mr. Cope,  who called upon representatives of each community to  thank the speakers.  Mrs. Fingarson spoke on the  , aims of the party. The meeting ;���'���'  ended with refreshments  arid  v a- questioli^period.  '���''."' Mftsi: Firigrirk^^has;arinOiirir   ���  ced she Willi ��� be speaking in   .  Gibsonsy shbrtlyi. iCoastS'TSlfews ;V;  policy is'to  give each caridi*- .X  date one major story on their  speeches T arid  T the; Gibsoris* 'X.  meeting;has J^eri' selected for  Mrs. Fingarson^ T  The time has come  and  ���^HARWWl^  J-  carries a very good selection of  SALMON and TROUT LURES and LINES  ''"'.'��� ���- * '        '���*'���'  Try our W40 TROUT LINE  or pur FLATFISH UJRES  ^ Phone Gibsons 32 :  I  With a Bonk of Nova Scotia  simple ��� ��af�� ���fcohv^nieht ��� inexponsive  (Avar/afafe June 3)    X-^ZZZ^''  ���������'���- '-.v......      .   \  ��� ���-'���    ��� ���:  ������      *. ...   . y.x .yy.  Whaf a Pergonal Chequing Aecotmf U.Wi  .,.-.      ������:*. ������������..;. ^ ������������' *   ,',".���',::;:vy.V���-'  A Personal Chequing Account is k new BNS n��nrlc��  that can save you money if you pay bills the con-/  ���eiiient waiy-rby ch��que. 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COMING EVENTS  June 5, Parish Hall, Gibsons,  St. Bartholomews W.A. annual  superfluity sale and sale of  home cooking. 10 a.m.  June 7, Parish Hall, Gibsons,  Quarterly meeting of St. Bartholomews W.A.�� 2 p.m*,  "FOUND '   ���������'������  The   latest  developments- for  the gardener.  Laier's Derris Dust?  Elkay's Ant & Roach Powder?  We've got 'em ��� Ask for complete booklet at  LANG'S DRUGS  Sechelt 52 Gibsons 29  WORK WANTED  Chimney sweeping and repairs,,  roofing repairs, all general repairs around your home. Write  RiN. Sririih, R*RTl��.Gni>sorisTor  caU Fix-It'Shop, LowOi: Rd.V 1  mile east of Roberts Creek,  Phone Gibsons 177K.  Spray afad�� brushy painting;*;  also paperhahgingT J. ;Meihiia;-I  Phone Gibsbns- B3-Xrx: yxtta*:-  ' mSVRfiHCE^ ZpxZyX��; x- yXy  SECHELT INSURANCE  AGENCIES  Real Estate  Property   Management  X Zxr  Insurance yX:X:    Xy  ������'���' ., ������ Ty btiiciBx phorib '22 ^    v  '    ^ErDUI^Y/TAgent  Residence158  :     I. MACKAY, Salesman.  K' ROsidence-5 70F-T- y>T ' ���- ������ ���' V  ���:-^^Btt_j)*.cpif,Ey',i.;; t  ;   Insurance'";Salesman T   ���  Fire, yAuto, Liability. Prompt ���  courtebtis service.T Totem 'Real-T;  ty, Gibsonsy^;y.' XXyXy -Xy r  X ANNOUNCEMENT T  ���)���'...r,'.1....i Y.ryy - ��������-. y���-���������.j* ������������*���������      ��� ���      ,-,.,,��  ; Peninsula   Chimney   Cleaning  ��� .-*' service^-^IStOvesi AYoljtv;^burnersfy-  furnaces. All work guaranteed  Phone Sfcchelt 25Y.  l^ORAHF. MACKLIN, Public  istehographer. Office at Sechelt  Insurance ' Agencies*    Sechelt,���*.  B.C'-Phbhfe 22 afternoons, mornings and evenihgsT:3lF^T      T  Your;Watkins Dealer, Mel.LU-  lejord is now available, or  phone your, order to  Gibsoris  90Y, -      ���   .   -   ",..:���������';   .*..* ,.;  iyPende^Harbour-. area AVON,*,  ' represeritativiE\: -Cosmetics arid-  toiletries.    Mary    Woodburn,  Phone PJL 477.       : ��� "���  S��lk PohoiriVelitis vaccine  available at Lang's Drug Store.  Ittakes 7rihonths to build a  gOcrti Iririritiriify witlff Salk POlio  Vac<^e^ F^ soTtri(* protection  . during the danger months, ar-  rarigeirients should be made to  :$tart.series of  3  vaccinations  - -now.-; ....-..*'���.,*-'.,' X _  ���Z towing and Weighting ;  ���''i:TW.'TNygrenV Gibsons ;*13^  Fuller btush; deale*. J. Nelson  Roberts Creek. ".���...  Phone Gibsons 178T.  WATCH REPAIRS  ;.. Watch, and. Jewelry Repairs  Marine  Men's T Wear.    Agents  for - W. H.    G r a s s i e;    Fast  reliable service.    .....  , tfn  For Guaranteed Watch and  Jewelry Repairs, 'See Chris's  Jewelers. Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. tfn  TOTEM FLASHES  Here is a superb offering. Very  attractive and valuable view  lot, 76 x 263, on paved hiway  in Gibsons. Cosy 3 bedroom  cottage��� a real home indeed,  lovely gardens. Priced low for  immediate sale ��� orily $6850  on terms.  $1,000 down ��� that's all ���  2 bedroom home with unfinished suite. Good location and  view.  Balance as rent.  $4200��� furnished house on 3  lots. Terms, $1200 down, balance; $50 monthly.  $1750 cash for cabin and 3 lots.  Always a:better buy at  TOTEM   REALTY  Gibsons  JOHN COLERIDGE REALTY  (NOTARY PUBLIC)  Oldest Realty Office  In Gibsons  Look for the Big Neon Sign  2 houses on -' one property.  Could ., be sold separately.  Creek through property. Good  garden, fruit trees. Consider  terms. .Halfmoon Bay. Mrs.  Wall, Sechelt 141 J.  Waterfront home for sale. Mrs.  Marion Nordby, Phone Sechelt  -153T.  '->*', .'       "        .   *  Rare buy in niost modern home  right here in Gibsons. Lovely  view, house is so clean and at-  tractivej it has everything, cement foundation, Duriod roof,  2 bedrooms, dining room, Pembroke bathroom, fireplace, car  port, workshop, nice gardens.  It's a gift at $8500 on easy  terms. TotOm Realty, Gibsons.  TO  RENT ~~  Waterfront cottage, running  water, electricity,^ suit 2 people, month of July. Use of  boat. Gower Point. Phone Gibsons 8F.  ja.        i.     .,���   ....I  ��� ���  - ��� ���������- .  -*��� ���*���'   -������������   ��� �����  Rooms    for    rent,    Bayview  Lodge, Selma. ParkPhoneSe-  ��� chelt 137.  FOR SALE  'New portable record player,  cost $75 and tax. Will sell for  $50 cash. Unconditionally guaranteed. Norm Watson, Sechelt  Lockers, Phone Sechelt 1.  .������ C~'T'V ���:���' ���-:. *;* ���',;  '*.<.- '47T Chevy good condition, $350  X cash. iPhoneTG^goiis J.3JY.   ; X  sHandTpu&pl tandem;' used only  atwo^hourst4*: New price  $21.43,.  ... Will-sell; for $15. Thorn, Gow-  er Point Rd., Gibsons 26Y.  1 new push button G.E. range.  Used Westinghouse washer $25  Parker's Hardware, Sechelt 51.  Five   second hand stoves,  oil,  wood and* coal, from $30 up.  ^Gibsons Hardware, Phone Gibsons 33.  Chests of drawers made to or-  derTT Mr^ arid Mrs. 48 x 30 x 18  $26; 6 drawer chest 48 x 32 x  16. $26; 5 drawer chest 48 x 32  x!6 $24;'4 ^drawer chest 33 x  32xltf $22; 3 drawer chest,  33T&32 3^6 $18. Best of material Used, yWoodwork of all  kinds andi kitchen cabinets  made to order and installed.  TJ^KS^I^-^R-T^vGi^fT  Tw* 500m^Ke*dge anchors, $50  each. 0ne?;15  fathorii shot >o�� r  % stud link anchor"chain, $50  Apply Gordon Hopkins, Hopkins Landing, 'phone 73X.  JHave limited s supply, of used  sash and doors, half price. R.  W. iVernori, Gower >Rd. Phone  Gibsons 173Q.        J  1949 Chev panel, good tires,  good ruiming order; Sell for  $375 or property trade. Phone  Gibsons 217X  ���'.': XZ  '   .���'*:. ,-..  Fairbariks Morse TV table  model. 17 inch screen. Good  condition, $125. Phone Gibsons  T217X.T'"''T"      ���'-,.'..:.  w.^sw allurb. oiOAJT cosr*3o --.  ,*.vj OUNCE. ��� OlJSTA SENSEN TABLET "  <>'j Tfte T&AJSUE AMD A OASbi OF VANILLA  EXTRACT ON TRB HAMDKeRCHIEF; AND        {  ycu wefte PRAcricALLY iRResisri&LE .'-v  '  Y ��� g�� tin. Tart KoeH Trtlww tl*  '���p(. ���  Six month old brown egg pullets $2.50 each.. DOn, Ritchey,  Phone. Gibsons 107W.  As new ��� Hospital Bed, standard adjustments. Phone Sechelt 52.  1 slightly used 33 Hp; Scott  . At^water" OB; motor. Parker's  Hardware, Sechelt.   Ay.  Xx ':  ;*. Ford 4 x A. $595. '52^Interna-  tional $1195i Good buys. Sechelt Automotive, Phono 27.���  Mixed bushwood for sale.  Prompt delivery between Roberts Creek and Halfmoon Bay  Also fence posts cut to order.  L.C. Emerson, Box 71, Sechelt.  Phone 99F.  i i    ���*  Alan P. Nevins, Penmore  Greenhouses, Pratt Rd. Gibsons. Phone 171M. Fuchsia  plants for sale, assorted varieties.  FOR SALE (Continued)  Used electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C&S Sales,  Phone Sechelt 3.  1 new push button G.E. range,  1 new Zenith Fridge, 1956 models. Terrific bargains. Parkers  Hardware, Sechelt 51.  WANTED ��� ':.,.      ~~~~~'  10' dinghy to serve as lifeboat  Phone Sechelt 43.  Second hand boom chains. Ph.  Sechelt 43. y'.y . t  Mounted animal heads.'." for  cash. Box 47,.Sechelt.  SWAPT:;. :':"���������' -'������ Za...   '   yv''  12" Bovey tugboat compass for  10 or 12 ft- clinker row boat.  T. Bentham, Port Mellon,  DIRECTORY  PENINSULA       T  AGCOUNTING SERVICE  All Types of Accounting  Problems   Expertly   Attqaded  Village Enterprises Bldg.   T  -���:,;,   y Sechelt ��� .''**T,* '.;'':y'  Office Open 9 a.m. ��� 5 p.m.  ���'. Daily  '������ .'.*,.     Phone Sechelt 37    "ZZ.Z  -������'���'!"���  LET US HEL3? Y<iU ^XX  ..; ,��� ��� u*  ;; PLA_^:|j[ow.fr: -" y^  TFor your' TCpnstructiO^ Nee<isr  T  All types of  BUILDING or ALTERATIONS  and WGHT GRADING :-a  Smith & Peterson Construction  '::-',vT.::yT:Ltd.-,;...;  Phone 28. 85 or 90Q, Gibsons  Residential & Industrial  '  Wiring  y  . Electrical Appliances  on easy terms  ALSO TV   REPAIRS  BOB   LITTLE  Phone Gibsons 162 '*  _i i  - n    , .. T      . "��� "  -        I,   * - ..    '    ...,-���--        ��� "���  X.  "������}���:        G. Serlui      :    "''-  Public Accountant  '���'���*���'���   SYSTEMS  ;    MONTHLY ACCOUNTING y'  ';f$HA^t^:S*Al^BSlENTS.,,  '.: / WCj^iT;T^?��ES?ORTS   Z  ,...        Phbrie Gibsons 251.  ..\:--:v  HILLi   MACHINE    SHOP-  Cold Weld Process ,  Engine Block Repairs .    X  Arc. Acy. WoldSiig  Precision Machinists  Phone; 54 Residence 152  ���������- --. "'���-'������,v; i'*: ;���������   ������������'���������'���������������': *':"   ��� - -  JREFRIGERATION  SALES AND SERVICE  Commercial ��� Domestic  25 Years* Experience  A. M. CAMPBELL  SECHELT 83Q  FAIRMILE  BOAT WORKS. LTD.  Custom Pleasure Craft  & DingKys  Repairs. Hardware. Paints  Beach Ave. West  Roberts Creek       Phone 216Y  SERVICE FUELS '  Ran Vernon  R.R. I    Gibsons,   Phone 173Q  Alder ct Fir Bushwood  Miil^SiabWbod ���  Sand, Gravel and Cr. Rock  Products.  BECK  &   DAVIS  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  Industrial, Commercial and  Residential Wiring & Repairs  Electrical Heating Installed  .   Anywhere,on the Peninsula  Repairs to  All Electrical Appliances  Free Estimates  Gladly Given'  Phone Sechelt 23 or S8H  DIRECTORY   (Continued)  MARSHALL'S  PLUMBING  HEATING &   SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 134. 104, or 33  Notions ~- Cards ���^ Toys  Miscellaneous Gifts  THRIFTEE   STORES  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  Headquarters for Wool  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� T-V  Fine Home Furnishings  Major Appliances .  "y     Phone 6 ���;.;"'' Sechelt ���  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES  .-���������'������       LTD.  "WE   CARRY   THE   STOCK"  Phone Gibsons 53  ���r WIRING  Commercial. Residential,  ' "��� f Industrial        :  Electric Heat  PARKER &SIM  ELECTRIC LTD.  Sechelt "Phone 161 .  1   NOTARY PUBLIC  Legal Documents promptly  yyXy attended to'  Z Z *W.J. (Jack) Mayne  Phone 24 Seohelt B.C.  Cleaners for the Sechelt  .'���} .������ aZ Peninsula  Phone: .  ' Gibsons 100  WIRING and APPLIANCE  -  \ SALES  Electrical Wiring  ���    Alterations and Repairs  ;  F. UTTING, WILSON CREEK  Phone I5T   '���'  " C and S SALES, SERVICE  ���'���'���    '.'���'-''���''���' iUfonts-'For* ���-.-;  '*X'Z Propane Gas ���        T  Combination Gas Ranges r  ZXZ   .Salesahd  Insiallaiiona   ^  Free Estimates  Electric and Gas Hot Plates  FURNITURE  LINOLEUMS  Phone 3 Sechelt  t GIBSONS BOAT WORKS  Boajt Builders 8c Ropairers  Phono Gibsons 111X  ::::    laubie speok  HEATING & SHEET METAL  Gibsons 149  Home   and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  Radios. Appliances. TV Seryico  GIBSONS    ELECTRIC  Phone 130  Authorised GE Deale*  .<i:-  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing. Grading, Excavating  Bulldozing.-.Clearing Teeth  ,:y. FOR RENT v  -Arches, Jacks* Pump     ���  A.-E. Biitcliey  - Phone Gibsons 176  Alterations, Repair Work,  Remodelling, Painting  -  Floor Sanding, Tiles Laid  JOE BENNER  :T      Phone Sechelt 92R  Got   a  talent?   Prepare  it;  share, it, at the fair.  FOR   SALE  50 Ford 1Z2 ton  $450'  Radio,  Heater, Spotlight  Good Rubber ��� Phone  8X  HalfmoonBay  BY PAT WELSH  The Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital,' Garden Bay. met at the home of  Mrs. L. Scott,. May 13 with  Mrs. G. Nygard in the chair.  Delegates from the Redrooffs  group were their guests to discuss plans for the third annual  fair in July. Those present included Mrs. P. Meuse, secretary treasurer, Mrs. 1}. MacDougall, Mrs. P. Jorgensen,  Mrs. E. Brookes and Mrs. G.  Rutherford.; Delegates from  the Redrooffs group were Mrs.  J. Meikle, president: Mrs. C.  Tinkley, .secretary treasurer  and Mrs. P. Welsh.  The Halfmoon Bay PTA met  in the school May 13 with Mrs.  D. Foley in the chair. Plans  were made for the annual  sports day in June.  0  The lovely gardens at the  hohie of Mrs. J. Meikle, Welcome Beach, were at their best  when members of the Redrooffs  Auxiliary to St. Mary'9 Hospital were invited to tea May  15. White, pink and mauve lilacs, masses of bridal weath,.  white and colored broom, tulips of every hue and rare iris,  together with the gay splashes  of color in the rockeries  against a background of dogwoods starred with white  blooms, tall copper beaches  and the dark sombre firs made  an unforgettable picture. A delightful tea was served by Mrs.  Tinkley, assisting the hostess.  Members present included Mrs  A. Grundy, Mrs. E. Klusendorf, Mrs. R. Stewart, Mrs. C,  Tinkley and her house guest,  , Mrs. J. Tinkley, Mrs. J,. Cooper and her guest Mrs. ,E. Fingarson, Mrs. P. Welsh and M.  P. White.  *    *    *  Delegates from the Pender  Harbour Auxiliary to St.  Mary's I|ospital met at the  . home of Mrs. J. Meikle, May  19 , in conjunction with delegates from the Halfmoon Bay  and Redrooffs groups to exchange yiews^and ideas in raising funds to aid the hospital  purchase new equipment.    ,."..  Interesting talks were given  by the various groups. Tea '  was .served' by Mrs. P. Mouse  assisted by Mrs. J. MacDougall  Driving down, from Pender,  THarbour were Mrs. J. Lee,  president; Mrs. E. Warden,  Mrs. Burchall, Mrs. Garvey  and Mrs. Ross; from Halfmoon  Bay, Mrs. P.. Meuse, and Mrs.  "���^���*MacDougall,-and *frOm Redrooffs, Mrs. C. Tinkley, secretary treasurer, and Mrs. P.  Welsh:  y#   ���* . .*    \   ..      x  The summer colony were up  en'masse for the. long holiday  . weekend* *some reporting waits  of four hours- at Horseshoe  BayTbeforeTembarking to Giby  sonsT Arixong them, were Mr.  and Mrs. Gv Claydon, .Linda  Church Services  5th Sunday after Easter ��  ��� V ANGLICAN    ,-  St. Bartholomew's,    Gibsons  11 a.m. Sunday School  3.30 p.m. Evensong  s St. Hilda's , Sechelt  11.00 a.m;   Holy   Communion  11.00 a.m. Sunday School  St. Aidan's,.Roberts Creek  11.00 a.m. Sunday School  2.00 p.m. Evensong  Port Mellon  7.30 p.m. Evensong  UNITED  Gibsons  Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.  11 a.m. Divine Service  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.  Wilson  Creek  11 a.m. Sunday School  3:30 pwm. Divine Service  :ST. VINCENT'S "  Holy Family, Sechelt,   9 a.m  St. Mary's, Gibsons, 10.30 a.m.  Port Mellon,  first Sunday p*:  each month at 11.35 a.m.  .     PENTECOSTAL  T 11  a,m^ Devotional  10 a.m. Sunday School  7.30    "Evening  Service  Tuesday night 7.30  8 pm Thursday night  Betltal   Baptist   Church  7:30 P.M..  Wed., Prayer  H:15 A.M., Worship Service  2 P.M., 1st Thurs., in Month  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  Church service and Sundayy  School, 11 a.m.  Roberts Creek TJnited Church  LATTER DAY SAINTS  Sunday School, 10.15 am  Granthams    Community   Hall  Coast News. May 23, 1957.    5  ���*  and Frank, guests of the XF.  Claydohs; Miss Marilyn Cooper, Mr. G. Nairn, Mr. and  Mrs. Adamson and family, Mr.  and Mrs. N. Darling, Patti and.  guests, Mr. and Mrs. H. Pearson and family; Mr. H. Merri-  lies, Mr. and Mrs;. T. Campbell  and family and guests; H. Hunt  sr.; Mr. and Mrs. H. Hunt jr.  and Brian; Mr. ahd Mrs. Crew,  family and guests; Bert Andersons and guests, Mr. and Mrs.  A. Trent and children; Mr. and  Mr. J. Cunliffe: and Donald;  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thorn, Gerry  and ' Chuck; the MacAllisters,  Donna, Ian and guests; the Phil  Dills and family; Mr. and Mrs.  Piper and family; the Shaws  from New Westminster and  Mr. Don Ross.  Mrs. G. Simpson sr. entertained at a luncheon recently  her guests being Mr. and Mrs.  P. Welsh, Mrs. A. Hanley and  Mr. J. Sather.  Mrs. J. Tinkley of Lulu Island is visiting her cousins,  the Charles Tinkleys for a few  days. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooper  entertained at dinner for the  Coast Capilano candidate Mrs.  E. Fingarson and her campaign  manager. Mr. Pat Goode previous to their meeting at Wilson Creek.  Weekend guests of Mr. and  Mrs. Russell Brooks jr. <jvere  Mr. and Mrs. R. Denner of  New Westminster. Mrs. Denner is Mrs. Brooks' sister.  Baseball  The 1957 Softball season  was ushered in on Sunday last,  on two fronts with a total of  3#2 runs scored in two games.  I am looking up my provincial  record book to see if only the  half of that total can be equalled. / -    -  First of all, over two-thirds  of that number was scored at  Port Mellon, where the Sechelt  crew arrived before game  time and were practising in a  downpour. Half an hour after  the scheduled time for starting  the Port Mellon team made its  appearance?:and after a few  rnor4 delays, the game was un-  -, derway exactly one hour late.  Result, time was called by the  Umpire Wilson on account of  darkness, after completion of  inning eight.;'  It was in the eighth that the  Moscrip men were, making- a  bid for the lead. They 'collected four runs in a big "rally,  which brought the score *10,-j 12  ~ in ^voiu^4rthe._Jfeljoigtes.  Another inning could haycfipro-  duced -the same resmt^The  only satisfaction the .-managers  have is that, it was a workout  amijthey can do Ysome' a^^ja-H-  fling.        T ������������;' -    <'^Xa:X-  And now back in .the dry  belt Wilson Creek, played hbst  to the visiting Firehien from  Gibsons. This is another sad  story. Perhaps 'iMEay'-^wiil be  a haunting memory for, the  Fire laddies ��� .for': many) weeks.  Batting first, they loaded the  bases, and believe it or - not,  they didn't even- ylook like  scoring a run for. the rest of  the" game. Nor -did . they, for  wheal the smoke, was-cleared  the home team had salted away  its first victory of the. season.  It is; these first games that  count Tat the end of the year.  But it is not the end of the  trail for the Gibsoris team.  Don't take them too lightly  from now on. That might'be  just what the doctor ordered,  a 10-0 defeat.  Here again the.start of the  game was delayed almost an  hour.. Why? If your paying  guests ,are *to be encouraged  to watch the games you play,  they deserve better treatment.  If you want to start, an hour  later, let the fans. know. Otherwise you will have a repetition  .. of last year and you must not  blame it on the fire season,  or rain.   H.R.  LEGAL  "NOTICE ��� OF "INTENTION TO  APPLY   TO PURCHASE  LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate on the  shore of North Lake in the vicinity of Egmont.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles F. Lilly of Selma Park, B.C.  occupation carpenter intends to  apply for perihission to purchase the followng described  lands:���  Commencing at a post planted approximately 25 chains  from the creek flowing out ot  tlie lake thenee 10 chains north  thence 5 chains west thence  about 10 chains south to the  lake; thence back to the original post along the shoreline ahd  containing 5 acres, more or  less.  The purpose for which the  land is required is campsite.  Chas. F Lilly.  Dated 12 April, 1957. Miss Frances Lein was hostess at a shower, in Port Mellon Cafeteria May 8 in honor  of Miss Verna Swanson, bride-  elect of Hedley Turner jr. of  Gibsons. There were approximately 60 guests representing  the communities of Longview,  Port Mellon, Hillside and Gibsons;  The bride-elect sat at a  tastefully decorated head table and opened her many delightful and varied gifts. Refreshments were donated by  Miss Swanson's friends and by  the Women's Auxiliary to. the  Community Church.  ROBERT D. WRIGHT, N. D,  NATUROPATHIC   PHYSICIAN  Announces that he will open  ?.  limited practice at his Gower managing director, C.J. (Chuck)  Point Road residence on or Rudd. Mr. Moncreiff has a  about June 1st. ��� Pres. Address' combined total of 21 years* exr  1030 Mathers Ave., West Van. perience in radio, wire services and public relations.  CHUB APPOINTMENT    "'  Appointment of Stan Moncreiff as public relations director of Nanaimo's Radio CHUB  is announced by the statioVs  B.C. Electric's $6,500,000, ten-fold expansion of Clowhom  hydro-electric generating station, 25 water miles northeast of  Sechelt, will be ready for service in October. Dam under construction above, 1500 feet long and 75 feet high, will increase  head of Clowhom Lakes to permit generation of 40,000 h.p. compared, to only 4,000 h.'p. harneissed by original Clowhom plant.  Water from the two Clowhom lakes, backed up by the dam, will  plunge 175 feet through a 14-fpot.diameter penstock to spin the  turbine in the powerhouse ohTihe bank of Salmon Inlet.   WIGAnV'S ?W��S  Shoes for Children  A  SPECIALTY  FLATTIES & SANDALS  All Sizes  SPECIAL LOW-PRICE TABLE  Phone Sechelt 25-G  Here's a handy folder  you can send them to  help smooth their way...  :'���:'"'���'"*:     ������-_-.-.  -..!~. - '''X'^ffA' ������  Especially prepared'.to aid  prospective newcomers,to Canada A  ���from Britain, tiiis folder. "How to Transfer  Funds to Canada" explains the steps* thM a. person -in -the  United Kingdpm must take in order to cdmply with Britain's  .foreigivexch'ajrigeregulations governing the transfer of funds  ajjd blocked sterling assets to this country.  Ask for a copy at your nearest Bof M.branch today and  send it off to anyone you know in Britain who might be  considering emigrating, to Canada. *"      -        -'..-..  ...iri Londdn  |l|ie.BofM  has  two  well-established  offices   in  gjLondpn, either one of which will be only too'glad  ^toThelp smooth- the way for the' prospective *<emi-  T  grantto Canada. Through its London offices^Tdifec X  -BotM'can:: attend to all- the details in conne^a^T-.  io i mum cuMtun,  with the transfer of assets from the U.K..Tariff*!  tlie  money remitted   to  the  branch  nearest the emigrant's new home.  the details in conne&Sj&/l  ���    - * *'��� ,vj��.,-..^hfr.*, :  Canada?���'������ ���  in  London Offices:        . .  City Office: 47 Threadneedle Street, E.C.2  West End Office: 9 Waterloo Place, S.W.I  Bank of Montreal  Gibsons Branch: EDWARD HENNIKER, Manager  Sechelt Branch:      DONALD McNAB, Manager  Port Mellon (Sub-Agency): Open on  Canadian Forest Produces Ltd. semi-monthly paydays  WORKING   WITH   CANADIANS   IN   EVERY'WALK   OF   LIFE  SINCE   1817   ��� '���- ,', *    , '" sp-32as  ..-,.. -. YYrr* ^t*vy f"W-*i r:^'* ���!'*>#.. +y-\?:yv.  14^foot penstock wUlil^Iahch6red''ta:this roikfacjB'iiniiiiei^  iately above  the site of the new Clowhom^ geuerating station.  bon bows and small bouquets  bf pink and white rhododendrons and lily of the valley.  R*v. Dl Donaldson performed the double ring ceremony  for the daughter of Mr,,  and  Mrsi   S.F.   Swanson   of- I-kirt  Mellon   and  son  of Mr.   and  r  Mrs. H.G. Turner .of Gibsons.  Tv:*^  Giyoh in  marriage by   her  f dther *A the bridei ywore a bal-  leHhi^Jepgth  gown rd white  satin ^^0e^:. Tlie fitted bod-  ' ice * '/was Xtfcij^e. rywhfrxa-' scoop  neckline". y3to/'Ee1t'.��anld\. pearl  V ift^erfiy^  ;skirkbillowed out-oyer St' crihr  ���f'|iIiiife':*'H^r"-three^*q''uiart^; length  4^eil of. illusion net was  held  : by r^i tiri^ ;cap of matching.: sa-  ; tin   brocade.   She    carried; a  ' boitquet of *d6ep red roses "and  stephanotis.    '     *     ..,..  .'...-,;.; TMiss,' Norma .* Turner^   the  .; ;gi^qm's sister?   was5' maid  of  yjhohor Tand* IV^ss TJ^et 'Swansort  ;,rwasT^hepT/sisterfs   bridesmaid.  T|ieyTwore matching .dresses of  sbliie lace ancl iaffejai designed,  [oh princess  Iini^ywith three-  quarter lehg^hvsleeves, and full  slciz^ l'v��l'^';*si^'i^)Li'-ycai>_|';'' of'-, ibltii*?  A net ,-.'. trihim&i/y withsequins./  They 'carriedvsmall;bouquets  ;;'ToiE--ld^pT_*-^ ���''���-' -  :-.   Gordon'  McDougal   of XGib-  .     '  RAETi--;DAV:iES.Tv'..  A  marriage; of: interest   in  Port  Mellon  was  solemnized,  at K e r r i _j d a le Pre^yterian  Church   on   Firdayi   ���RevT'tHT;  Lennox officiated "���. at the caSB  . dlelight; . -cereniohy     uniting*,  Anne,/ daughter'of Mr.  and-  Mrs^ C.B. tiiv^es of Port Mellon and ;Dougai^p.enco,;Son of  Mr. and,MrsxTp.II?^lae of Van--  'couver. -y .TyTTyy ��������� yZXXyX'Z^  Given in  marriage  hyXhep.*,  father, the bride wore a .:-flbt>$?;  length gbwri with short, train  of   ecru; .faille  and   both -her  gown alia* chapel .length veil  were trimmed ",-��� with heirloom  lace.j She. cariried a bouquet of  . cream Johahha Hill rosesT.^    5>  ,     Her   attendants, ..'"M^T.^Iiofe':',;  aino/ Rigg of New York, rhaid-^  of honor? and Misg Janice I$ae, j  the groom's sister,T* bridesmaid,* ;T  wore.* * ideriticalT waltzyTleiig^'^  dresses of ppwder... 'b'liie swjss0i  poplin   trimmed \yit^  velvet  sashes. T^eir bpuquete were of  crekih   gladioli   arid   del^hini-*,   .  >     * -"=��*.-.---..*v.* v.- .-    ,���-���,.-.���..-    ..���������.������;���-,������-,-:.���  .UmS.'       ���;.;'*������ .. .*;'-.*'  Hugh  Rae,. brother,  of ^hfe'-'1''  ���gro0m'!':'w'Ss!.!toe^!;''sman.-:'''*; The; XX  ushers were Peter Girling arid :,*  Terrence Yates of Vancouver'  and,Robert Br^field, Of1 Toronto, a cousin'of the bride.  The, reception was held  at ;  . the Capilano Golf and Country /���:  Club where the toast   to theXX-  bride  was   proposed   by   J.R.  Bradfield. Family guests t from T y  out    of    town;.; included^ the %y  bride's  aunts  and T uncle,   Mr.. T  ;: iahd Mrs. J.R;% Bra&field,='frfflmt y  Toronto and Mrs. .*B:F.; Avery^  from Espanbla, prit.j- Mrs. H.FLff,  McCaslin of Spokane, Wa^h.,?  the groqm^s- grandmother, v- y.;  For the honeymoon in the::  Okanagah and on Vancouver  dslaiid prior to residence in  Port Alberni * the bride wore-  a navy two piece dress and  coat with white.accessories.  sons was best man, Len Pilling  of Gibsons, usher arid Mr. Haley of. Gibsons, organist. While  the bridal party were signing  the .register in the; vestry the  choir accompanied by Mrs. G.  Wiren sang the hymri "O Perfect Love; All Human Thought  Transcending," Mrs. B. Campbell and Mrs. W. Swartz, soloists.  Among 200 guests at the reception in the Cfommurijity  Hall were Mr. and Mrs. Clarke  Buker with their daughters,  Judy and Betty from Dewney,  B.C., Mr. and Mrs. Erikson and  Mr. and Mrs. W. Swanson from  Mission City^ Mrs. Hugh Clark  and daughter Deanna and Mr.  R. Stihson from Ashcroft B.C.,  M:r. W. Swanson from New  Westminster and Mr. and Mrs.  W. Ross and Mr. and Mrs. W.  6    C6ast Newsi May 23, 1957.  Mills Of Vancouver. Leaving  tp motor south for, their hohey-  mooii' ���' the bride wore; a beige  dress ahd coat with navy accessories.  NEW BANK   SHARES  Shareholders Of the Bank of  Montreal are being offered  rights to subcribe to an additional 900,000 share of capital  stock at $30 per share ih Canadian currency, on the basis  of one new share for each five  shares held. Announcement  of the offer was made by Gordon R. Ball, B of M president,  who said the contemplated;,enlargement of, the -capital stock  was .de^sireable because of (the  continued growth of the bank's  business.  9St  DELICATESSEN & COFFEE BAR  now owmmm  Next io Anne's Flower Shop   in Sechelt  Imported meat^ ~ Spices ��� Sajads ��� Candies  '��Specializing in  Hospitality  to the Tourist  ^ TMr. and  ���i\i\y    A     ���{ %fc*N* V *   ,j;>A4*TkJ��i*l'A*<     ((ViUVw Af-'v*  Mr. arid Mrs. Fred Utting  ���-**. f *-���*������.���'.���. ;.*r'*-*   ���:��� Am .   - ���**  OTICE  )���*. Water service from the main reservoir will b^e cut off on Saturday, May 25th, from 9 a.m. to noon. This will affect users  on the Cannery, Pratt, Shaw and Martin Roads, the Sechelt.  Highway from Cannery Road to Pentecostal Church, arid, the  School Road from _ school'to-water tank.  ROBERT BURNS, Clerk  FRANK A. LYONS  ������:;?'.; .REAL     ESTATE     AGENT  ^ Redrooffs, B.C.  Choice lots, for sale Sechelt, Half Moon Bay  &   Redrooffs  Phone Half Moon Bay 95Q or contact  Jack Mayne Sechelt 24  rim  ome merchants fai! in business  ecause  the advertising other merchants use  *������      i " "     .������".���      '     . \ ��� ,-.-'."..���.:���. ���������'.'���' ���    ���   ' '     ���  Saving cents may mean lost  TURNER -- SWANSON  The first wedding to be solemnized in Port Mellon Community Church uniting prominent 'Port Mellon and Gibsons  families was held at 7 p.m.  Saturday when Verna Noreen  Swanson became the bride of  Hedley George Turner, jr.  The crowded church was  beautifully decorated with pink  and white spring flowers, ih��  pews  marked with  pink   rib-  The Coast News  EVERY WEDNESDAY  LEGION HALL   8 P.M.  v The third "annual Combined  Bowling Banquet was held  May 11 in Roberts Gr^ek Community hall. Catering for the  delicious turkoy./dinner was  TWlrs. Anne Gary and tiier. staff.  Orv Moscrip, as Master of  Ceremonies welcomed the  foowlers and "guests, introduced  executive, members and their  mates at the head table, also  banquet committee members.  Hearty applause was given the  committee members for their  capable work ��at making the  banquet a success.  . Then came the presentation  of: trophies by the Secheit Ladies League, ..Sechelt Sports  Club and Sechelt Teh "Pin  League.- Tpancing--followed the  presentations. The Mellonaires-  provided music.  Trophies awarded were:  Sechelt Ladies League: High'  gle, Arv,ena Benner; winning  team, Duels witb players "Kathy  Coe, ;E}la.* Gibbfonsi,. Ppro.thy  Stoqkwell, Jean Eldred and'  Peggy Hemstreet; runner-up  team, Lucky Strikes with play  ers Polly Jones, Beena Gardiner/ -Vivien Parker,''Nancy  Jeager, Francis Starr, and Beverly ^Kfehhedy;'feain high-tlw-ee  Guttersnines; team high single,  Totems; and most improved.  howl^.1NancyyRead;.;; ,;    ;   z  Sechelt   Sports   Club:   Women's  high average, Dorothy  Smith;   men's   high   average,  "Lino  Tuomaz;   women's  high  ''^lire^  three, Roy Doyle; women's high  single,   Kay   Lemieux;   rheri's  high single, Chic Moorehouse;  winning team, Holey  Rollers  with players Cherry Whitaker,  Harriett   Duffy,   Agnes   |tey- .  nblds,    Bob ''.|i^^U3C,yvichic/*.  Moorehouse an%;i>bug-: iiitster;���'���.'  runner-up   team,   90   Centers, I  with players, <Rby and 'Pe'ggy  Doyle,  Ruth ^Tyson, .Phil _De>-.  1 '���        v. 'j.'Wlr1'*'*'*-������'"*���'<" *      >"yTY*''-���.',-��..  high team si^^lKin  T  Sechelt TT.eh  High aver_i^e;-J^ck Fbic; High  thiree, 0|y Moscrip;  high sin-  League:;;  ibsons bowlers  gfiyen trophies; yy  ~\ Gil)so ns?'ldijc&cl^ji^ling  League held i^ariiiual^oMing  banquet May li'i&t Gi6sohS* Legion HalL earring f^r-the  delicious turkey dinner was  Danny Smith, "T. -....'  Presentation of:, trophies followed, the....dinner, ���'^rbphies  awarded Mei&.^ottien's high  nor 190, also hohorgdTfor -bigW  three 756; Wonien'sThilh' tbfee,  Josie Davies 7#2,Talsb -honored  fOr hig��jsingle 360. \ \  , Men's high three, Bill Swallow 706, women's high-sin^l.e,  Daisy Bailey 321; mei^%_gh  single, Ken SWallpw 351} Somen's spare^ high single, Helen.  Thorburn 2iS5; men's Tspare  high single, Walt Emerson 242;  inning teain, Mirabilia; runner-  up- teami: .-' Gb-Op;.-.-_. team; 0b(igh  three; Whiz-?-Bahgs; team high  single, SmbkeJEaters.  BY PAT WELSH  Rae's Coffee Shop, recently  opened on the main highway  at  Halfmoon Bay will fill a  long wanted need.   The' ultra  modern decor   and up-to-date  equipment     combined     with  cheerful service and good food  will make this a popular stopping  place   for  travellers  up  and down the peninsula.  Mrs.  Rae Kolterman is in charge. ''������  Cy Christiansen, is  visiting  his home town of Cediar Rapids  Michigan, after an absenco of  '50 years. He is being feted by  relatives and boyhood friends  and  thoroughly   enjoying  hiss  vacation.        /    ...Ty ���., y:X ../,  The next meeting of the Redrooffs Auxiliary to St- Mary's  Hospital, Garden Bay, will be -  held at the home of Mrs. E.  White, June 5. All members  are asked to bring .work for  the July Pair forpricingT   y/  Mr. and Mrs-. RT'Mbsier and,  Bradley   spent   the   weekend  with Mr.  Mosier'sy mother at  Mission.  Weekending at their summer ho^esywerey Mr. and Mrsi.  Bentham, Mr. and TMrs.T C'un-  liffe and Donald, the Phil Dills  and family, Mr. and Mrs. H.  Pearson, Julie, Gen and :Rob-  bie and Mrs. Pearson's mother, :  Mrs, iSlliot. Mrs. Pearson, and  Robbie will remain until the  month's en.Jv  gle, Dick Gray; winning team,  Home Oil v/ith players Jack  Fpx, Nels Cummins, Leo Johnson, Ben Bronstien,. Sam McKenzie and Al Fox; runner-up  team, THahsen's with players  Orv Moscrip. Dick Gray, Neil  Hansen, Henry Christensen,  Ed Laidlaw, and Ralph Cotton..  Star   trophy   winners:   Women's five  pin-, Eve Moscrip;  men's -five pin, Joe Feldes; and5  ten pin, Orv Moscrip.  The TPeninsula Trophy given  for the  winning team   of all  the five pin leagues was presented by Mickey Coe to the  T*eMhin^XyB0^ai^g '?&%?$&  t^^yi^^e^o^ns^^a^X^e^. ���.  s^^^^^^^iC^^Xid^prfy  prec'^||nV_5or Siting the bbvyl^  irigT'hews. ������"������". ���   "-' /.���'���       ;.--'���''' XX  ���=.vrJi_,-  ��� .  A juvenile who was Tfohhdy  (exceeding the- speed/limit was^  fined /$20   and "restricted/ Tfo T  di-iVe at no more than /SO mph  in   any  speed /'zone   all6vyin��  greater   speeds   in  the   court  over  which' ^Magistrate. Johnston presides. T ���':���*  ' David Frew, Vancouver, Joseph Woodward, /Ft. St, John, \  Alex Bain,   Sechelt   and  Don  Caldwell, Sechelt were fined  $25 for speeding.  y" Mayih/J^ui^ ^Sechelt, found  '-li:n>:*-Po&e_&On^  y;beg^ ^  ���:.;*ndTthe^beer seized. TP^ul said  Xjoe /hM iohhd the beer in ^he  hallway entrance to Wakefield  Inn. . ���   . y.T..    ���":  Leo- Jol^bri.-Sebheit, fined  : '85 a^/costs fbr" failing to stop  at a stop sign at Porpoise Bay  ^-Road:. X .y..xX-'xZZy.A:X-X  X    Raymond  Phillips, ���; Sechelt,  /was fined $20 for driving without   (due   care   and   attention  while rounding Fleck's corner  ���at Sechelt. ,;...... ./���'".   ;  ;  A.: Jerome Gauvin, Sechelt, Was  fined $25 for driving without  due care and attention wh'en  his car skidded off the highway  and struck a telephone pole.  Coast News. May 23, 1957.    7  .... Laurence Bellerp^e, Sechelt,  T>^>. iEine<l T$20 ah<|;;';cosfe .;fbr  TdrlyifiLg '^a jtnotor; vehicle [ while  .'his.licence'Tviras under .sUspen-  Vsion. ipiofehctant .itktOd he h#d  been induced to drive the cair  some six;blocks to.a grocery  store ito obtain groceries for a  neighbor.  ......TWilliam Copk, Sechelt, was  fined $5 for operating a truck  Tivithoiit niud flaps   over  the  rear wheels.  ���SOCIAL EVENING  The De -Pencier Circle of St.  Hilda's Anglican Church in Sechelt is planning a gay, social  evening:with games, sing-song  and refreshments May 25 at 8  p.m. in the church hall.  Dig  this   crazy PAINT from  SUPPUES  Phone 60  T^$^|$^  fji&fgfi sZ^fMt Z <2J��$l^ Z:  ^^oi&Md^ ^m|^ ;^ti^^  ,/_fes*s''ar^ftfeC:^  For Continued  It-se^miaHoelatasoWrnm.tntwhkhpronv-  rW^y^^m^Ay^y^-^^A: /^\s; w&'i&.  ;3rio^W*^^  ^^>|j^Slp^ onty  :^^^fi^^��n^a':c^rieri*^ ia,  l|^P^p��s. 'TKefTLib^ral l^Id;/prov���|$;;���it^���c^  Qii^a'sypnly^ly nati^S,|^rty,; scejidng con-  starrtl^^ite-affirm natioii^imity, the ^0 year old  goaj ^Coiifederation. ' . "��� '  ��  B. C LlbCTal Association  �� V  8    Coast News. May 23, 1957.  Contract let  Contract for wiring. St.  Mary's Hospital has been let  to T.A. Wald Electric, of Port  Coquitlam it is announced by  A\A. Lloyd, chairman of the  board of trustees, St. Mary's  Hospital.  The successful tender was  for $1,897. Other bids were:  Parker & Sim, Sechelt, $2,749;  D: Gregerson, Pender Harbour,  $3,620; Westview Electric,  $4,297.28.  Work commences this week  and should be completed by  June 15. Acceptance of the bid  for ^rewiring will allow sufficient funds to do the necessary  redecorating  after wiring, re-  PERCY THE PUNK  Remember this fact about  life; if you want a GOOD  DEAL come to PENINSULA  LOGGING SUPPLY LTD.  11 ��� Sechelt ��� 11  place obsolete or worn motors,  and utilize greater .availability of power to better purposes.  There still remain two poles  to be set up on the hospital  property, but as the poles have  been earmarked and the holes  already blasted, the project  should have clear sailing.  First reports from three  more canvassers for the St.  Mary's Hospital Society campaign added another $163.25  to the amount collected to date  Mrs. Oliver Dubois and Mrs.  G. Gordon working as a team  in the Kleindale area brought  hr $85.25.  Contributors were H. Harris,  Oliver Dubois, Peter Klein,  Gerry Gordon, Charley Herd,  Donald Harris, Mrs. F. Campbell, Mrs. J. Klein, Bill Klein  Sr., Roy Dusenbury, Terry Dubois, Mrs. L. Wray, R.L. Herd.  A partial report from the  Garden Bay area turned in by  Mrs. D. Leavens added $73.  Contributors were, Pender  Harbour Bowling League, I.  Milvain; Glen Seney, Dr. A.  Swan, Mrs. Goodall, Mrs. San-  diford, Albert Martin, Harold  Sandford,   and  W.  Sundquist.  Odd FellowY Servicje  Members of the Odd Fellows  fraternal organization in Gibsons  will attend Sunday morning's service in Gibsons Memorial United  churchr%Rev. D. Donaldson the  minister has arranged; a service  which will be of interest to Odd  Fellows and the rest of the.v congregation.  BOAT ON^RQCKgv. ,..  A fish''boat found on rocks  at Gower Point was towed into  Gibsons and now rests on the  mud flat in the bay. It was discovered by Bab Hunter who  .managed to get it off and towed  in to the mud flat. The owner  is reported to be Jim Howie who  js at present" in Vancouver. Nothing is known of the damage to  fihe craft yet.  Your printer is as near as  your telephone  at 45Q. -  For Guaranteed/   ���  Watch and Jewelry /  Repairs.  CHRIS'S 0VELERS  Work done on the; Premises  WE BUY OMM���K>LD  Phone 96 Sechelt  Cliff McKay and Lorfaine McAllister play host to one of  their many fans Rbnny Winn. Cliff and Lorraine can be seen  every week on CBC-TV's '^Holiday Ranch."  CHURCH PARADE    .  The order of DeMolay had  another very successful church  parade at the tjnited Church,  Gibsons, Sunday   May 19th.  It was gratifying to see the  boys in parade well .supported  by the advisory dads ahd a  goodly number of DeMolay  inothers circle, including Sechelt and Roberts Creek mem-  Y-jbers.  ...'���..'.'..-.'. ��� ��� .'  ���/Tit, ,was., a .splendid service,  with-VaT wonderful sernion by  TRevTl>. Donaldson. V.  rilh  M  I1 ��l/  *    s   -    ���*.  i     j   J     !  Hi  '���   '���'��� .  BY MRS. D. ERICKSON  Miss Florence Lowery ,R.N.  called   on   Mrs.   C, Bookman.:  who had been a patient sever*/  al weeks in St. Vincent's hofcpi-  tal.   '��� y"'.^T    '~  Barbara Davis, a summer  visitor here for years, recently had an exciting trip to Hoi-,  lywobd as a contest winner.  Mrs. W. Campbell, her grand-  niother, accompani^l^^TyP ?T,  Murial /and Bob/:C?$h0^r  with Charlie Bc^kmar^y^tb  lucky with iiriiitf catches of  cut-throat trout up to two and  a half pounds at Ruby Lake  recently.  Mr. and Mrs. Leo Nestman  are moving to their property  at Selma Park.  Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brackley  have moved to Granthams J as  he is now working at Port 3M|eI-  loh. 7'"^    *v-*$<  i ������ ��� ���'  i       ���      ��� me      'in i  urn   u , ��� .  1  "0ldat40,50,60?"  ��� Man, You're Crazy  Forget your agel Thoiuandi iun  TV ViJPtogw�� with Ostno.'  for wear   ���^���   '   *���  body's  women  etooip  Due to -changes in times and point of departure of  Black Ball Ferries Ltd.,' a new time schedule effective June  20 is being filed with the Public   Utilities Commissin of  British Columbia. . .   T'.     ;  Copies of the proposed time schedules will be on file  at the main office of the company at Sechelt, the terminal  depots of Vancouver, Powell River, and the Wharf office  at Gibsons. y ,/..  This application is subject to the consent of the  Public Utilities Commission and any objections to same may  be filed with the Superintendent of Motor Carriers, Public  Utilities Commission, Vancouver, B.C. on or before June 10,  1957.  &y$%  Ucvw^fyeisll hc^^/c^cMh& it 'a*  Never before has British car styling so faithfully echoed Canadian testes. Never before  has-there been a British car ��� even. Vauxhall  ��� so excitingly styled .. .so amazingly compact . . . so thrillingly the car you want to  own. And wait till you see how 'little it costs!  See the Victor and Victor "Super" ��� today!  new 4-cylinder economy /        :  The Vauxhall Victor's famous "square" design engine is a triumph of operating economy ~- equipped  with a brand-new Mileage-Miser carburetor. You  save gas in every mile you travel . . . in town or  country.  Lively new fast-stepping performance  Here's the'ear that skips nimbly up bilk���holds tight  and steady on curves���-with a bright, eager piek-up  ' that sets yourspirits soaring.   . ,-  Bright hew panoramic vision  New wraparound windows, front arid rear-���with,  plenty of glass area in the side panes ��� means better vision, greater safety, every mile you drive.  Gdy, new noture-bright colors  Imagine the glowing beauty of colors like Gipsy Red  or Laurel Green .. . fresh as springtime itself. Alto-,  gether ��� your choice of 8 sprightly color-styjings in.  the Victor 'Super' 5 in the Victor.  You must see it today!  AU XHAli  OTh  yOJMT  cuy  Come in and meet tlie new running mate to the lampus 'Velox' and 'Cresta'.   r .   : ������ ���     ; THE   BRITISH   CAR   BUILT   BY   GENERAL   MOTORS  V-KJC  YOUR GENERAL MOTORS DEALER  PHONE SECHELT 10  WILSON GREEK  uj��.i.il.uiii.��


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