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The Sechelt Peninsula Times Jan 25, 1967

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 ���> (*���)�� V  ��� (-J '��������  v**.,i*��^,*-nVft)��'��,*���*   -f*'*   */*f*-i^��"����n   *   </��*   ^����r����pj-r    tert���*���<f<  *"**'   ���j-^-V^vv'-*    ff***?*i""^*"���*���  * ��.^-*-3J^*   /^v����-f/>^-�����  A  ������->>,  Hon. Pon Campbell. .  Municipal affairs minister  emphas.ses planning needed  REGIONAL^ District legislation is an $&��� boundaries taking in part of an electoral  m'inis1xan,v0* .vehicle, ,it-is up to the area, 'was the Minister's reply to another  people. Kowttauch gas they want to put; into query,,   -"'                                  ' *,  it, .said HorV Dan Campbell, minister of \^ buUding inspector may be hired us-  municipal affairs, guest speaker at the an- &* $uBds from The planning budget. A  nuaj. .banquets! Secheit and District Cham- regional district  is  allowed  a  grant of  bet-of Commerce.    '*���,'.              . -$3,000, for administrative, and,, $5,000, for  t We:Campbell, tfre,author of the idea of' .planning purposes from the^province,  regional districts, sexplained' that the pew B..PH  legislation was'^created to1 provide focal -j���* A.V"*?.            . .     u,..ir .'  representation tor people Jiving in unorgan- _ W*e/�� subdivisions are being bullUtose  feed .territory, which occupies '99% percent \2ie^hes1'-1pubUc access for pedestrian  of .'the total area of British Columbia. .Until; ��???' j**?*1* p?v^'uin.^me,^ifi  this idea was Wra-fcccd there ,were 13$ &*^ ^'markea.wrth sign post? bat  organised municipaUtles Jn' B.C.  having  ^te '^^ J^B'VCTB^' Cari -rom  all th'e.powersof local government. Eighty    d*vinS down to *�� beach where *���� is  - -s^. ^^.^T*��^-^'*-pf''-��}-'*��v~"*r -  P,REST0�� IliaROFILMTNa SERVICES,  ��182 USST  UTH Mt'Mj  vancoOvsr $;' b; c :  ���, _<_--, , - _ If".  *  }  ���  Q $gc. 65  t ^er/ylug the'5unsbjnesCbost, (hfowe^Sound*to Jervis/Inlet),'(including Pdrt Mellon, {-fcpRins Landing, Grantham's/Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Cree��, SelfrTa Pork, Sechelt/Ha1frr)09ntBa*/,,lSecnBt'CoVe, Pender1 Harbour," Madeira">Parkh Kleindole,  Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove,��Egmont.  ���^M��<WwJ^www^���w^mi t ���     1   .1 -    1 n,   11 m���ml+���*t ji T i . I w.,pinf  ��� ii |    n^www ��� '      ���        - ' ' ' a'  ^?3E!r*R23aSffla��^  Authorized a$ second doss  mail   by   the   Past   Office  Department, Ottawa.  Volume 4f Nlj>> jj.  WEDNESDAY, JAN. 25, 1967    IOC  per cent ofxthepopulatipn of B\C, live in  these,municipalities winch occupy only one  Half of one" per' cent of the Province of  B.C., so-that -99V4 .per. cent' was governed  centrally from Victoria. ,  FORMATION   , .Regional districts are only formed if  needed and must be junctional; formation  depends .on area and population density  and there is no /set voting structure, it depends on the area. It is.up to. each district  to isolate'its own problems and needs.  There is "n'o flash solution* to any problem  and,a ipt of.local thinking will be required.  ;What works for one district may not  work.for another so that it is not always  possible to copy procedure adopted by anther district. The- minister advised that  problems should 'be tackled one at a time  with no overlapping.  TAXATION  "To provide service, the government has  only three methods of raising money: tax-  atjKn,"l��r)rowing, or.printing money and  hoRing. for/the bi^.-Through regional districts, local 'government decides how much  \vill be spent on v&atever service wifl  niake the eommtmity ��� more effective.  The level of, service determines the taxa-  tioii level, ,    ..     ,  PLANNING  British Columbia is growing beyond all  expectations and planning is needed to preventindus^bial growto from dest*roying  the ���natural beauty of the province. Gaf-  bage^;'-aIr.' aroi water p^ution  planning^ and- lowd conimlffltje^r^ould be  part of the decision making process, said  Mr. Campbell. Boundaries mean very little; West Secheit cannot be separated  from Secheit nor Gibsons from Secheit.  The whole district must participate in making decisions. The; concept of local decision making- is~a good foundation.  Motto for regional districts should be  the same as that of UBC; Tuum Est, said  the minister of municipal affairs���it is up  to you. y  Questioned as to bow organized districts  fit into the regional district, $ir. .Campbell  said that many are transfering responsibilities to the region but this is their own  decision.  ^sked how .far a district can go re-  EardirJ*5*plariniAg, the rhTnlstcr "Hated that  a district must create its own by-laws.  Some people like to live in a **r>ogpatch"  atmosphere and wbuld ,not be happy anywhere else. Basic standards are health  and fire hazard; for a more sophisticated  area the standards would be increased.  It Is still possible for a municipality  within, a  regional district  to  extend its  no parking area. Public beach access is  becoming a "matter -for concern and his  been discussed by the three chambers of  commerce on1 the Sunshine Coast.  "      '  Co-operation .   ; ���-  Chairman of the Sunshine Coast Regional District, Norm Watson, said that success  of the newly formed district,depended on  co-operation that the district board gets  from municipalities, improvement "districts  and private citizens. There would only be  an increase in taxes if- that is what the  people wished. He -thanked the minister  for clarifying the situation: ��� ������  President of the Secheit Chamber of  Commerce, John Hayes also thanked the  minister who arrived by plane from Victoria to attend the meeting. Guests included Markle Myers, president of Pender  Harbour Chamber of Commerce and Mrs.  Myers; Ron Haigh, president of Gibsons  Chamber of Commerce, and Bill Swain,  chairman of Secheit Village Commission  and Mrs. Swain. V-T *;  Centennial Medallions  reach Secheit committee  SECHELT Centennial Committee Chairman ( Mrs. Ada Dawe has received the  centennial medallions to be presented to  pioneer residents of Canada, living'in the  Secheit area. Anyone who has hot submitted an application should contact Mrs.  Dawe, as .jft is" still not too late to apply  for a commemorative medal. Persons eli-  o gible are .thosev who were living in Canada  75 years ago.  Medallions will be presented at a celebration dinner in the near luture. Plans  for the presentation and also for Sechelfs  centennial, project, the building of a public  library win be discussed at a. meeting to  '''"bltr held'1'* this'J!w1e^^  ���-���"'--���*--*���"  Sunshine Coast residents are reminded  that the Centennial Caravan will be en display at Hackett Park on June 22, 1967  from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Eight huge tractor-;  trailer units will occupy the whole park and  will carry, essentially the same exhibits  as the Confederation Train.  Each trailer is 72 feet long, 10 feet wide  and 12V4. feet high. Special arrangements  are being made to transport the caravan  which r^-inr^ai'cww  Provision will be made  fined "to"-wheel' chairs^ and the estimated  time required to view the display is-from  IVi to two hours.      .-.���..���,.  the arrival of the Centennial Caravan  will be one of the highlights of Centennial  Year and will bring to Canadians distant  from the railway lines the same story as  the Confederation train.  First meeting of year^  SechelLHospilal Aux,:  FIRST meeting in 1967 of Secheit Auxiliary  to St. Mary's Hospital was held January  12 in St. Hilda's' Hall- with Mrs. O. Mo>  ���crip presiding. r  A hearty welcome was given to two  visitors, Mrs. Martha Reid and Mrs. E,  Laycock. .  Annual reports for 1966 were read and  President Mrs. Moscrip reported that during 1966 the auxiliary purchased $1,036.-25  worth of equipment not including items pur?  chased from  the memorial fund for. the  ^pe^-^^ward.'^. ^.^ _..,..__ t t.J^ .,... ,,,,i.;^.;,  Staniding committee chairmen for 19671  are as follows: Memorial, Mrs. A. Zaron; -  sunshine, Mrs, E. Johnson; membership, '  Mrs.. M. Burley; bursary, Mrs. C. Jack- *  son, phone, Mrs. A. Dawe; refreshments, .  Mrs. R. Reese and Mrs. R. Fitzgerald; co- ;  council report, Mrs. R. Swan, liquor store  bottle, Mrs. L. Hill. :- .:7  Members are reminded mat 1967. dueS}.  are how due and payable to Mrs. M.xA|cfs;!  Charges laid  DRIVER of this vehicle, Johiv Joseph raiBster following an accident last  ��� Fauht, 35, of Secheit, has been Saturday night when the auto hit a  charged with impaired driving and slump at the Seehelt S-bend. Fauht  his passenger Steve Didiuk, also of was released on bail Sunday after-  Sechelt is in Hospital at New West-   noon.  Al Lloyd vice ores, , . ���  John Haddock president  lender District Chamber  ANNUAL general meeting of Pender Har-  "-^u^'and' l>is]brict /ChamBef of "Commerce/ elected the following members to  council for 1967. Peter. Benjafield, John  Bosch, Don Cameron, Harold Clay, John  Di*tiik|ip, William Ga-cjdiher, John Haddock,  Leh^^S<arson,_ Ernie.'.jxe.,:_M. Lloyd, John  Wes|%nd^Heiiiy Whitiak^r. Markle ^yers,  -tiK*ip|fcn^-T^sio^tiyi{S: ejr-officio, a cotth-  ..cH--i^e1n1)er'^>ti|^s^e ,.  outlined the advantages to be derived  through government matchirig grants' for  tourist promotion on a regional basis and  stressed the fact that Region 4B\ of which  this area is a part', contains approximately  60 per cent of British Columbia's total population.. As surveys indicate that 39 per cent  of tourists in any given area in the province at anytime from B.C.; Mr. Meade  suggested that the great tourJst-rmarket in  the Lower  Mainland could  be-of inesti-  Loss of municipal clerk  regional district's gain  COMMISSIONERS of Gibsons council ex-  preessed considerable regret at the resignation last week of municipal clerk Charles Gootdihg who -since his appointment in  October 1964 has proved a great asset to  council.  However, the Peninsula is fortunate in  that his services as a fully-trained and  qaaliffed administrator. will hot be lost,  for his '-resignation, simpiy followed appointment to the position of secretary-treasurer  to the Suhshine Coast Regional District.  While commissioners accepted his resignation with reluctance, they appreciated  his desirVto undertake a rather more important position and wished him' every  success in his new position although . his  resignation-does not become effective until  March 31.  Chairman Wes Hodgson heads a committee which Will seek the services of a  replacement. , *-:-���.     :���������.������-"'���-. -.-.^,  PTA interest lacking  parents dropping out  MOTIVATION is the key to keeping your  child t at school and the: greatest ^motivat-  ing power-is -parental attitude; sajd^pr.  Don Skelton, principal of Pender Hgrbbur  Secondary School, at the regular P-TA  meeting held on January 17. -, ,? '.  Mr. Skelton's talk dealt in detail with  study habits and conditions which best  benefit a student. Surveys have shown  that material is retained longer when k  student recites or writes his study matter  and physical conditions of the study area  greatly affect the degree to which a student can concentrate;  Discussion of fund-raising took place  during the business meeting and a decision  -as to whether ornot'a*va*riety=hight would-be held was left for me February meeting.  The executive was empowered by a unanimous vote to apply whatever means 'they  decide upon to raise funds for bursaries  and possible support for the students' Expo  trip.  -���--������^0^ggjjer discussion was the lack of  interest in the P-TA on the part of parents.  "What we need is an emergency," declared  one member. Past meetings have been better attended by teachers than by parents,  and President Mrs. L, Kilborn stated that  it, was not fair $p. expect .teachers to turn  out for the benefit of parents when the  parents themselves do not attend.    .  Members present were- urged to encourage other parents to attend, if'they,, were  Planner advises  nt  to  \9,  COMPREHENSIVE planning .report was  ", presented to Gibsons Municipal Council  at last regular mooting by Robert Wil-  Hams, planning consultant, following a recent survey carried out in the village.  Summary' of the report states main  problem facing Gibsons would appear to  be that of .getting the most out of tho  growth potential ot the rogion.  ;��� It is "a" quostjpn of not only bringing in  new development but of organizing it in a  rational and attractive manner for tho  benefit of residents and visitors alike.   .  We are convinced that the ii'eyvto Gib-  sona' future lies In dtiveioping its watot*  front area, Tho aUcrnntlvo of conq^nVat*  ing, intensive development "on the 'MU'.^o^,  result in a "most undistinguished community. With tho grpwtli of leisure nnd cariior  retirement, the scenic quality and general  character of communities will jbecomo an  ' l^creo'slhgly important, factor !Jn develop,  'ment.. ���   /;      . ,?.. v /������:  First priority should therefore, wo bo-  Jlovo, bb glvOn to \Vatorfroht dcvolopmoht.  This would, as polrttod out in the report,  latmfilfflfWi^iSWft'WiTWiBa ���  voy regarding proposed ��� extension of the  village boundaries.  Note of interest in the planner's report  regarding;  municipal,   rosourcos    states:  Establishment of n regional district for tho  Secheit Peninsula An^i -flrianoinl and staff  advantages lt may offer, could pnftlnlly  Offset tho limited resources currently avail-  .............. ���     .    nblo. In Addition, tho availability of senior  involve a tango of Approaches which could    government assistance "for special projects  jm>    Couid be a critical factor in tho future  jncluo!c~f6*d6rjttl^W  provomonts,  urban renewal  and^ private  ted items and anyone interested in knitting  should contact Mrs. L. Hill.  Dates were set for the annual 'auxiliary  luncheon to be held June 22 and the smorgasbord to be held Nov. 18, 1967;  Gibsons Council seeks  fireaf hiirsinf seMdes  COUNCIL of Gibsons agreed last week to  approach Dr.  Reynolds of ^he' Coast-  Garibaldi Health Unit with a view to estab^  lisbihg nursing services within the muhi-  At an exttemely low cost of 10 cents  per capita, the service will provide for  invalids requiring attention but are unable  to leave their home and unable to care  for themselves. This it is expected will  apply mainly to the elderly but does not  exclude others. ;  "���""'���"Tftp���"'service will"'ijier'"carried out only  at a doctor's request. '  , Request by Mr.; Charles Hoino that a  lane alongside his property bo closed off  was agreed to by council and three posts  will bo installed in the lane at Gower Point  road.  , It was pointed out that tho ,lanc is  dangerously situated; it,is not made up  and is quite unnecessary.  ,. fc. ,u , ,,���,    ..   fc, , .     ,. .   v -rJfpilt/WAs agreed to lend full support ton  submit an estimate for the cost of a sur- ^Veiiucst by Mr. Al Campbell of Tyee/ Airways who seeks to establish a unit toll  service between Socholt, and Vancouver,  Councils of botlnSocholt and Gibsons  have moved the school bonrd bo thanked  for Us invitation to councils to take part,  In a social evening, to bo hold February  4, Tho dinner provides .board and council  members with an opportunity' to discuss  mutual problems and will bo tho fourth  lwchj9Yen^LMtJKPOPiPWpr^^LfiQ��n��lU  pf ScchcUy previously by Gibsons and orl  glnally by the'school board.  .���enterprise, *.���'<��� "���>'��� '������������-��� '���"������,.  Second priority should be given to Improving School Road,-Sechelt Highway intersection including tho proposed diversion  and parking and to replotting Area, "B"  which will help solidify development a-  round the centre of tito village.  Following return to normal business,  council moved that Mr. Williams bo requested to provide provisional subdivision  plans for tho three areas recommended for  replotting. This Involves partly developed  areas which.have some roads but poorly  subdivided and wilt necessitate obtaining  permission of property owners in tho areas.  Mr. Williams has also boon ,askofl tp  dock, *,-presidieht; Al Lioy^? *��vicli*e^idel��rtf !v  "and reappointed Mrs. Jo BenjaifeW as secretary-treasurer. ,;....;  ...In his.annual report,.Mr.._Myers thanked  the membership for the support and co^-  operation, they had' extended during, his  two years, in office.. He, gave a, brief resume  of the^^j chamberjs. accomphshments during .  the past year. T^ese included; the establishment of the: directory, signi;a; revision  of, the bylaws and1 the Channel 8 television  show of Egmont and Pender -Harbour  areas., Mr. Myers reminded the, meeting  that ..the..chamber was. also,. Instrumental ...  in bringing about improvements to roads  and to harbor facilities in the district.  With much more to be done in this line, he  earnestly solicited the support of the chamber by the entire community.  Miss Claire Donley, a,Grade it student  at Pender Harbour High, and social convener of the school's student council, Was  invited to, attend the meeting as ,a representative of the local centennial committee.  It) a few brief and wcll-ohoscn words, Miss  Donley outlined the need for local support  in the district's centennial project which  is to .enlarge and improve the present library and, if possible, add a rccreauori  room to the Community Hall for future  teenage uso  Mr. G. Ed Meade, public information'  officer for the B.C. Travel Bureau branch  of tho department of,recreation and conservation, was tho evening's guest speaker.  Addressing the well-attended gathering,  "Mr. Monde explained tho purpose of tho  trnvel bureau nnd tho results, it accomplished In mo overall tourist Industry. Ilo  mable value to; this area, the 'bread and  ,p��*"i^'"!'"programs   at the  meetings.  *^;^e^de'^  travel- survey^ indicator need for more tourist; facilities and. that operators would be  well advised to build their business on local  appeal and attractions. *  Unanimous, approval was given a motion fj  Teachers'  mafe;'^ "pSrerits;' detailed:-anti-,  varied Imformation regarding* the "education of their children and it* would be unfortunate to lose this communication line  between home and school.  The next meeting mil be held at Ma-  that annual dues be increased. This marks ^deira Park Elementary School on February  first such increase for a number of years.   21 at 8 p.m  Mr. John Bell  School  1'  envisions  IMPORTANT role of the school library in  education was stressed by School District Librarian JohJ* Bell when he attended  last week's meeting of, Gibsons PTA.  To illustrate the,'various aspects of library" usage and the importance of a igood  librarian, the(, Guggenheim film, "And  Something More" was' shown; ScdgeviUe  Elementary School, North Carolina, where  thcfilni was made, is comparable in size  to Gibsons Elementary School.  The library whlc|\ contains not only  books of nil types but maps, .models, audiovisual aids, tape recorders!, record players,  films, film strips, overhead projector  transparencies and slides, ��� is called a rcr  sourco centre-.  Library Instruction is such tiiat by the  time students roach grade 6 thOy arc most  proficient, using the library to find resource mntorinls of all kinds for various  Unanimous anoroval . ��� ��  doyolopmont of Gibsons.  Sunshine Coast Lions Club  granted May Day operation  i -  -r?  ttKWMttwft-wwtioieWM 4;  !AW{tlJ4i0!^����*UV��^.^#^IK#li��M^  CONF1PENCE in tho Sunshine Const Lions  was emphasized last week when Socholt  Municipal Council  voted  unanimously  to  urn over organization of the nnnunl Mny  Dny.event.to .tho. club. *  ., Commissioner juy ��� Clark .said    ho  roo, particularly to'the proposal thnt It bo  set on ���'tho park. "I would be very much  ngnlnst it,'' he snld.  Ho went on to explain thnt ,the newly-  formed roglonnl district would need quar-  ���VTr.,;.v, (, .      ���  Librarian  complex  projects with a minimum of adult assist*  ance. , ,    , '  At ScdgeviUe, teachers andr students  make equal use of the library. The librarian besides being the teacher's right hand,  is the children's confidante and advisor  who also teaches library skills and gives  individual reading guidance throughout  the school: ���    ; '  SECHELT  DISTRICT  Mr. Bell who describes a llbary as being tho power house of a school, believes  that this district can achieve a similar library complex within five yoar,s. It Is only .:',  four years since elementary school llbrar- ; '  Ies ivoro approved and Inthls district there  arc libraries at MadelraPark, Secheit, Ro-  bers Creek and Langdale schools. Gibsons  Elementary   School   library   plans   havo  been approved.  Most of the audio-visual , (  aids used in American schools arc avail-   ,   '  able through tho district library. '  A suggestion thnt tho library build up  n collection of costumes fpr school plays ' ;,  wns enthusiastically endorsed by Mr, Boll  but will havo to wait until more storage  Mrs. W. Booth nnd Mrs. R., GUI, librarians from Port Mellon Community Ltb*  rnry were welcomed to the meeting by Mr,  Bell who nfflrmcd his interest In co-opcrn*  Hon with community libraries. V  Tho film will bo shown to Roberts Creek  Parents 'Auxillnry1 on February 6 nt Roberts - Creek School,  ..     .;v,       ,i.   lttyr  .   i    / i T~t     ' tors and that council should offer use ofthe :^^a* ��.,,��� .���. ,-  thought it would bo n good iclen to lot tho    |)ulldlng at n nominal rent. The clerk ex-    RE^PRJ 'AJ^'Uf^B.  opernUon on n yenr to.     mm[ lho vIcw H coul(, bo      ,C(l on tho        Gibsons I'TA^ns n��  Lions tnko over tlio  yonir basis. Comm, Morgan Thompson n,g  reed, ncldlng that now wo hnvo no PTA,  lt Is possible tlio club would fill tho gap.'  Asked to whnt extent tho villngo normally contributes financially to tho event,  the clerk replied, "about $050 to $400 do-  ponding m>on number of nctivitlos, etc."  ^*-"CommHrLnurit*--7|Innsen-w\v��(',~''��.,'!iHrc<l-  thnt council would retain Jurisdiction over  booths using the pnrK .during'.May..Pay;  'Cbnlrman Bill Swain nddlng thnt It would  also be n good Men for council to he pro-  .���vlded��iionie,.^oi\Lofwprogrimi,,by���UioUlub,  indicating just what Is j%nned.  pressed  park, Comm., Thompson ( however mnln-  tnlncd the present location^ wns far more  suitable provided tho building was smart-  ened up] ,  Tho clerk then reminded council thnt  n motion wns on tho books from Inst yenr  �����whlclLlnvolvcd,,removal���of(,.tho;Jn��lldlnR,.tn  the park for future use ns n museum, (  Comm. /\dcle do LnnRe received unan-  imous Support to �� iuovc thnt the roglonnl  district bo offered uso of tho old hall free  <^MJLtyL?CHl>on'-N,l0 Jf��r fixing It up. _,.  Tho   chnlrmnn   onrllor   oxpro.sscd   tho  now received tho full  report of the November Community Conference on Education .Including tho text  of speeches and mnln polnto mined In discussion groups. Anyone, Interested In bor^  rowing tho report may phono 8H0-2078.  Cnrnivnl to rnlso funds tor"the Coition-'  nlnl Pool nnd PTA nctivitlos will be hold  ��� 'on Saturday"March"4thin'tho'Elomont.iiW"  School Gym. Details will bo sent to parents  and Included In,tho PTA Bulletin. ,  Mr. Dan Cnrr wwn jipiiolnted to represent tho (5lbHons pta on the local EdUca-  llotuWcck^Commlttoa^Mt^^^^^^  rn*lrty oU|Jiit jHirsons^ incliullngtvyo. from.  ^j,��� tlinl as fnr as coimcll is conci*rnwi, "Secheit ail ended tho first lecture of tho  MUNICIPAL ACf^irs Minister lion.  :    Pnn Onmpboll wns guest sponkor  Inffi: week nt tlio nnnunl mooting of  ticcUoU Chamber of Commorco. Hq  Minister visits  l^j?oon with Prosldont, John llnyos,  left, Mrs. Mlnto ��� Swnn, Vlco-Prosl"  dent Cnnon Mlnto Swnn nnd Mrs,  Mny os,  The dinner wns  hailed  Krcrat' succors and was hold at over-  popular Olo's Covo,  ��-^  the project be turned overdo tho Mons  together,with n grant of ftoo nnd, on nd-  vleo of tlio clerk, or the ono yenr of 10(17  nnd thnt i\ statement of accounts Involving  the p\W) bo submitted to council.  Suggestion by \\\t chnlrmnn that, the  old munlclpnl hnll bo removed from lho  present locution brought forth protest by  Comm, Thompson who said he did not'uij��  1 * I '  there wns no Indlcntlon thnt the Regional  Board wns Interested: although ho understood the chnlrmnn would be Interested.  Comm.i Thompson spiritedly argued that  council wopld hnvo to -{ot out nftor thlngr*  not bo content' to sit ddwn nnd expect such  things to come to it. "The only wny wo  will get nny progress is by working for  i    it," ho said.  Cnnndlnn Hod Cross Home NurslnR Course,  hold In the Health Centre, Gibsons on  Wcdnesdny of Inst week.  Members of tho lk-��lHtorod Nurses An-  soelntlon will bo lisslatlng organizer Mrs.  Sharon illancy UN until tho course Is completed on March'.22nd." Lectures are hold  nt the Honlth Centre every Wednesday  from T-D p.m.  .|fi,��Sl*^��iW^I!MWW����i^*H^  l^jaJnbl^Bp.H*"*^!^'*^ >W *-��*fc>#- *  fit;  '<r  ������'  '"   ft" ��si^Si777Bii^7v':��^j  ::'5S  f^9^^��^!f|fesi|nin'sfl^. times. Wed., Jan ,25, 1967  ^'*fB'BBBBBBBBBBBB��BaBBB^  FOR RENT (Continued)  TRAILERS  $  SpEC^tENI^l^^*^       Telephone 8?5-9654  ^*  'S^CIfisSifieel  1 "  ":V"'  f BBBBBBBi'BaaaBBBaBBBaBBBaBBBBBBBBCBBBaaBBBBBavBBBBaaBBBaBBBaBBaB^  I  Published Wednesdays by the ,  Sechplr Peninsula  Times  Ltd.,  at  Secheit, B��.  PERSONAL  Member, Audit Bureau  .     ���        of Circulation  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line AdBriefs (15 words)  One   insertion   .:..���... :   .50c  Three   Insertions   ���  $1.00  Extra lines (5 words) '  10c  (This rate does not apply to  .     commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers,  10c extra ��  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for AdBriefs not paid by publico- ��  tion'dare.  Legal or  Reader  advertising   25c  per count line.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Bricf columns,   1.50 per inch.  SUPPORT the Kinsmen  sponsored  Mother's  March, Feb.  1..1967. " 9192-tfn  $250.00 REWARD offered for  information leading to the  conviction of persons responsible for removal of antiques  and pictures from a 'house at  Hopkins Landing^ B.C. Mease  contact RG. MP Headquarters,  Gibsons, B.C. where information will be treated in confidence. 9204-tfn  SMALL .house suitable for older couple. Contact M: Braun,  Selma Park, B.d.     '  MODERN units at winter  rates. By day, week or  month. $50 monthly and up. Also full trailer, hook-ups. Mission Point Motel Ltd. 885-9565.  8982-tfn,  BIG MAPLE-Motel and Trailer  -Court has few spaces withl-ap--  9168-11   proved facilities available. Pfy   ^    885-9513.        ,   - 90l9:tfh  MOBILE home���1962 Kit Olym-  pia   trailer,   10'x55\   3   bedrooms for sale.  Call 886-7467.'.  9196-8  FOR SALE  Brownies got promotfo^  ^during regular meeting  GIBSONS first and second Brownie Packs  and their parents'attended the regular  Monday night meeting of "the Guides last  week, The occasion was the promotion1 6f  three Brownies to the Guide company. The  Brownies were assigned temporarily to the  Guide patrols and took part in all the usual  meeting activities, 'games and patrol work  Greatest meet . ��� ���  pmisss  WHAT  DO  teenagers   get  out  of  being  -   Jehovah's Witnesses? The consensus Of  system in this generation," she/said.'. ���*  ���  Said Mike Hansen, 12 yeafT of a��e,7c!f  REAL ESTATE  WORK WANTED  COMING EVENTS  A CORDIAL invitation is extended to those wishing to attend  the Installation of Honoured  Queen Elect of I.O.J.D., Miss  Kathy Morrison and her officers, which will take place at  8 p.m., January 28, 1967 in the  Masonic Hall,. Roberts Creek,  B.C. " 9205-8  ANNOUNCEMENT  FOR membership or explosive  requirements, contact Wtfjo  Wiren, selling agent, Howe'  Sound Farmers' Institute, Reid  Road, Gibsons; 886-2014. Stumping or ditching powder, dynamite, electric or regular caps,  primacord, etc. 9172-tfn  NOTICES  PROFESSIONAL   man,   versatile    and    adaptable    seeks  spare   time employment  evenings or weekends. 885-9975.  9189-8  EXPERIENCED chimney, clea-  iner���eaves cleaned, troughs  cleaned and repaired. Painting, gardening, janitor service.  Free estimates. Phone 885-2191.  9178-8  ELEMENTARY  male   teacher,  20  years   experience,  offers  private tutoring.  Results guaranteed. Phone 885-9975.  8454-8  WANTED  ONE     small    screw     cutting  lathe.  3M>   to 5"   centre. Ph.  885-2018. 9230-10  FRONT ��nd handle for old model   Diston  Saw.   Jim - Cooper.   885-9432. ' * 9228-10  FLOOR    rug,    approx.    9'xl2'.  Must be reasonable. 885-2893.  9225-8  *���"  Auxiliaries to  St. Mary's Hospital  THRIFT SHOP  Will open,  10 a.rri.-4 p.m.  January 28,  1967  Hospital Cottage, Secheit, next  "*"" '''"!*;i"-'^'toi':tKe"'!Yanety"'Shop^'''"' ""'"  Any contributions such as good.  used  clothing,  toys,  household  articles, etc., would be appreciated. 9220-8  DEATHS  :PAUL���-Passed  away*on  Jan-  c uary   19th,   1967.    Elizabeth  Paul of Secheit, B.C., survived  by 4 sons;  Joe and David of  ^Secheit; and to Vancouver; Peter and James. 1 daughter, Mrs.  ���E. August;  grandchildren and  great   grandchildren.    Funeral  service was held on Saturday,  .January 21st from  Our  Lady  of ' Lourdes ' Roman   Catholic  Church.  Reverend  Father Mc:''*  Donald officiated, burial Secheit Cemetery.  Harvey Funeral  Home 'directors. 9235-8  t GLOYN-���Passed away oh Jan-  'uary 21st, 1967. .Ethel Octavia  , Glyn in her 87th year, late of  Gibsons,   B.Q. ��� Survived   by   2  daughters, Mrs. F. W. (Mary)  Ste'nner of Gibsons,  B.C.,  and  Mrs.-Rachel Rows, England. 2  granddaughters,' 2   grandsons,  and   1   great. granddaughter.  , Private   Funeral   Service   was  held on Tuesday, January 24th  from the Family Chapel of the  Harvey Funeral Home. Rev. Hi  Kelly    officiating.    Cremation  followed. ' ,:!  HELP WANTED  FUTURE high class residential  property  in Secheit.  5 ac1;e  lots,  $3,000.  Box 381,  Secheit,  B.C.    ..,��==���v 8988-tfn  HALFMOON Bay ��� Beautiful  motel site. Gracious living.  3 bdrm panabode home, 4 yrs.  old. Living rm 26x16, fireplace,  bright cab. kitchen, dining  room; finished rumpus room  26x15, Mil bsmt., oil heat, ,2  sets plumbing;" dble carport,  blacktop drive. 3 acres cleared  with fruit trees. On highway  and close to beach and school.  Sale by owner. Phone 885-2278  after 6 p.m. or Sunday.  .9197-tfn  BUILDING in village centre.  Large 3 bedroom suite, 2  stores, all rented, good ten-  -ants, $25,000 FP. Half cash,  terms to suit. Box 308, Secheit,  B.C. 9l95-tfn  WATERFRONT   home,    Sandy.  Beach   at  Bargain   Harbour,  for sale. 883-2627  after 6 p.'m.  9224-10  WANTED, undeveloped residential seafront lot, Seehelt  peninsula. Private. State price  for cash. Give description and-  location. Reply Box 8455, The  Times ^ 8455-8  GIBSONS: Immaculate 4 room  home on lge. view lot, and  what a view! Living room features heatilator fireplace and  W-W carpet. The large bright  kitchen-dining room overlooks  the lovely garden, 2 good Size  bedrooms, jnice bath. Lots storage.  Base,  requires  some fin-  FRIGIDAIRE  refrigerator,   9,5  .   capacity.. Cross  top freezer,,  good, condition. Phone 886-7078.  9199-9  .303 RIFLE, Monte Carlo stock,  pistol grip, and sling. Excellent   condition.   Phone   885-9322  after 6 p.m. 9208-9  RCA VICTOR TV and stand,  * $40. 2 basket chairs and covers, each $4. Card tables, each  $3. Folding chairs, each $1.  Phone   885-9987. .9207-7  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans,  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.  8893-tfn  GOOD local Ladner hay for  . sale, $1 per bate delivered.  Nphone 946-6568. 9046-tfn  *      ��� -..-���- ... i, -���-,., ,- v- __  USED electric range, $39.95;  used washers, A-l condition,  Inglis washers, $59.93; Zenith  washer, $69.95; Beatty washer, $19.95; Easy washer, $15;  dinette suites, $59.95, less than  2 year old A-l shape. $19.95;  automatic washer, reg. $329.95  new, now $175; Frigidaire  fridge, $39.95; Philco fridge,  $49.95. Parker's Hardware Ltd.  Secheit,  phone 885-2171.  9107-tfn  FOR all your shake and shingle needs, call Silver Skagit  Shake   and Shingle,   886-9697.  8879-tfn  USED power saws for sale. All  makes and sizes.". Chain Saw  Centre,  Secheit, 885-9626.  8966-tfn  NYLON .22 rifle for sale with  4X Weaver  Scope.   $65.  883-  2357. 9170-11  .���..���0 ��������...����>..,, 6��..��va ��<���<* ^uw nui^k.       ... ��.,,..��.���- know I can always talk to my parents  At the close of the meeting   rental Vpimori among th? hutldfedsrt * young **    The* have reallyThelped to guide me be  m me ciose or. tne meeung, replacing ^^  inr.h\A\n<s as (mm tho stanch ���� f-nncf     *   *    f     ..." \... AJw ����� mui^ ..*.!*.��:  the usual campflre, the Browmes with their  leaders, Mrs. L. Olson and Mrs. I. Comeau  made their fairy ring from the familiar  safety .of which Jennifer Cooper, Nadine  Glass and Betty-Ann Topham flew with  fairy wings made by the Brownies Fairy  Godmother Mrs. W. Tyson, up to Guides.  They were then congratulated by the divisional commissioner Mrs. A. Labonte and  welcomed by Guide Captain Mrs. B. Allen  and their new patrol leaders.  At the same ceremony Barbara Rhodes  made her Guide promise and was enrolled  as a full member of the company, and  proficiency badges, earned by the Guides  since last June, were presented by Lt.  Mrs. J. Glass assisted by Carol Olson  company leader.  Badges were awarded to Ginny Alsager,  swimmer, homemaker, needlewoman, pioneer;  Frances  Finlayson,  swimmer,  pio  pie, including 45 from the Sunshine Coast,   ���cau|e they live by the same BiblO prihei  at   the   convention   in   Carson   Graham    pjes> themselves." , '>.<���'-  Secondary School', North Vancouver, last  weekend was, "Peace of mind and self respect.".  "Today, young people want to experience everything now. They are afraid of  missing out on something because they  have no real hope for the future," said  Janet Lloyd, 18, of Secheit. "A study of  Bible promises has given me peace of  mind. My parents have studied the Bible  with me as far back as I can remember.,  I am contented today and look forward to  the future when God will bring in His new  On Sunday, to an audience of l,322k Mr.,  Laurier Saumur, district supervisor,;, delivered the feature lecture, "Satisfying  Mankind's Greatest Need." Stressing the  value of Bible knowledge, he-stated, "Mankind's greatest need is the entirely hew  system God promises. Prepare for it now  by letting God's Word influence your daily  activities, govern your decisions, and  mould your outlook for the future." '  Twelve new ministers expressed their  dedication to Jehovah by water baptishi.  One was from this area.  Elphie's after thought happening  GREETINGS Group! Has everyone recup-      ,  r._      .  erated from   report cards?   Hope   so!  neer,, camper, basketmaker, writer, woods-    Well, let's see, what happened this week!  man.   handy   woman  and  health;   Diane  Fisher, swimmer;  Colleen Husby, swimmer, homemaker,  pioheer, laundress; Linda Mcintosh, swimmer, pioneer, cook; Carol Olson, camper;  Kathy Potter, minstrel; Phyllis Thatcher,  emergency helper, artist, athlete, cyclist;  Evelyn Ward, swimmer.-^homemaker, hostess; Christa West, swimmer.  A new Brownie Pack is being formed  in Gibsons which will be known as Gibsons  3rd Pack. The leaders are Mrs. Eleanor  White and Mrs. Marilyn Ranniger and the  pack will meet in the Anglican Church' Hall  on Friday nights at 6:30 p.m. starting on  February, 3. Girls between seven and 10  years.old who? would-like to. join-the-pack  should get in touch with Mrs, White, telephone 886-2273;  Last weekend was the trip to Powell Riv^  er. Both Jr. and Sr. boys went but the  results weren't as good as they-.������have been. .  The" Sr. boys played Campbell River and  Max and lost both games. It just must  have been one of their off days. It was a  different story for the Jr. boys though. Our  Jr.'s, won over Brooks 48-27. All in all, a  good time was had by all.  Friday at 12:30 the Jr. boys went over  to Chemainous on Vancouver Island to  play the Island teams. They played both  Friday night and Saturday afternoon, returning Saturday night on the last ferry.  I wonder what those results will be?  From what I hear (it isn't certain  though) there's going to be basketball  games at Elphie on Friday between Elphie  and Pender. May the best team win.  Plans are well underway for Mardis  Giras. Division reps to the committee have  been elected and stalls have been spoken  for. It ought to be pretty big this year if  each division is having ajjtall and there  are About 18 divisions. ^  Friday there was a mixer held, sponsored by the Photography Club. In the  morning announcements, a certain brave  Student Council President said " all boys  get up and dahee."<Boy did he get teased!  It took about five guys to scorn him out  before he got up and danced.  Meanwhile keep selling those Centennial  Pool raffle tickets. There isn't much time  left. '" -   ��  Halfmoon Bay Happeni ngs  Mrs. Naida Wilson  Now 11 years,in business.  ON SECHELT PENINSULA  REQUIRES SALAL PICKERS  Phone 885-9746 or write c/o Boi  390,   Secheit. 8987-tfn  WESTCOAST EVERGREEN  Roberts Creek  SALAL PICKERS  WANTED  Top Price 33c  Call 886-2395 or  Jfr* 886-2682 for- pickup  9215-tfn  CALLISON EVERGREEN  CO.  Roberts Creek  Salal  Pickers Wanted  ���7:--v-Huck;^2cr.Bunch.  . ., Salal 33c Bunch  Contact plant before, picking  Located "at Roberts Creek,  across street from store..  Phone 886-2633  8519-tfn  HELP WANTED (Male)  -ashing a and -.-'his,* A-pif^furnace.    SO YOU * want a transistor ra^-  Easy terms on $12,600.  HOPKINS: Comfortable 4 room  base, home, situated on view-  lot jUst few feet away from  sandy beach. Living room has  fireplace, nice kitchen, 2 bedrooms. Large entrance foyer.  Furnace in Vz base. Easy to  care for garden. Lot all fenced.   $3,000 down.  K. BULTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Gibsons, 886-2000  The Progressive Realtor  9233-8  .        EWART.,McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Box 238   . Phone 886-2166  Gibsons', B.C.  Gibsons and Area: $1,500 down  gives possession now of l-bedrm  "home,  close to  sea,  el. heat,  ' firepl.,   stream   thru   grounds.  Level, dose.iri, ,$10,500 fpi  Two bedrm el. heated view  home, good cone.-floored garage, walks, etc. ,lawn well  developed. $12,000 terms.,  View home, 2 bedrms, cone,  basement, furnace, lge. living  rm, mod, kitchen ,bath. Revenue cottage on grounds, 2'  good lots, handy location:, $16,-  500, terms.  RESIDENTS of  the  Bay   confined to  St..  Mary's Hospital are Mrs.  Clara  McAllister and Miss Doris Dubois. Mr. J. Hel-  mer is also expe^  pital this week for fiither treatment.  Mrs.   Irene   Kutt of  Sidney,   Austrilia,  who has been the guest of her brother, Jim    from   Ole   Carlsen,   so   the   Bay   will  not  dio?  Earl's is the place 886-  9600,  Gibsons,   B.C. 9234-8  5 PCE. sectional and matching  chair, brown, $125. Thistle  stroller $12. 1 pair drapes 80"  long and 50" wide. Beige background, $25. Phone 885-9389.   ..  9227-10  ONE   Kelvinator ^fridge,   table  and   chairs.    Phone   885-2278  after 6 p.m. 9226-8  D8   CAT,    blade    and   winch, .  now    working    at    Madeira Inspection pending  .  Park.  Price $3,250.  Phone  883- ~ ~   2240.   Res.   883-2627. 9223-10  Island, .Salt Spring Island^he Gulf Islands,  San Francisco and the Sacramento Valley.  ...',;... J*n*~*^^ Burrows have sold  their^waterfront home to Morrice Roels  and Bud Johnson. They will shortly be moving into the house which they have bought  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH,  SERVICE: SECHH.T  Sunday School ���-10:00 a.m.  Church Service ���11:15 o.m.  Prayer ��� Wednesday 7:30 p.m.  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  You are invited to attend any or each serVfce  Graves for the past five months has. left  for a visit to relatives in England before  returning Ito. Austrilia. Mrs. Kutt has seen  a great deal of British Columbia and the  States during her visit here for, with her  sister-in-law she has driven for 5000 miles  of sightseeing; She has been through the  Rogers Pass and Hope-Princeton highways  and has visited the Okanagan, Vancouver  lose these two old friends.  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jackson, with 13  year old daughter Susan have taken up  residence on Merry Island where Mr. Jackson has been appointed assistant to lighthouse keeper James Kippin. Mr. and Mrs.  Jackson who originally hailed from Derbyshire, England, have been in Canada for  ten years.  St. John's United Church  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sunday School���-9:45 a.m.  Divine Worship���11:15 o.m.  Led by Miss H. E. Campbell  Except on 2nd Sunday each month  Family Service���-11:15 a.m.  Divine Service���-3:30 p.m.  " Led by Rev. W M Comeron "  BLUE   and    white    girl's    26'*  ������ whelel   size    bike.    Excellent  condition, $30. Enquire at Bathgate   Store,   Egmont, B.C.  '    . .    .     * 92i7-10  JAY BEE USED  FURNITURE  Phone 886-2346, Gibsons  Next to Ken's Parking  Beer bottles. We buy and  .   sell everything  9991-tfn  'ffis:k implements soug  council awaits aroiiosals  AT LONG last, council of Secheit is to in?  vestigate possibilities of carrying out  improvements to Hackett Park, and it was  moved at last regular meeting that Com-  missiohers Itay Clarke and Morgan Thompson carry out an inspection of the park and  come up with suggestions,  Comm. Clarke in the past advocated a  set sum be budgete-l for park' improvements but received little support, with the  backing of Comm, Thompson there is very  reason to believe action will finally mater:  ialize.  council's concern, queried intentions of the.  committee" regarding tenders. Comm, Clarke said he understood the project would go  out for bid. , .;.'..���  .Commissioner Adelc de Lange, advised  ���that a" meeting of the Centennial committee was .supposed to have been held the  preyious week but the1 chairman,.Mrs, S.  Dawe had said she had been unable to get  enough people together. ' '���  '  On  a  suggestion  by Comm,  deLange,  Lot  In  village,  level, cleared,  well located,  $1300 full price.  it was agreed a letter be sent the dept. of  Request bv the airnort comm'ittee that    I^atio,V seeking information/as  to the  u/nc .d,,��� Mthor ������i -��,wi���  nhJ���JLr>���    contly. acquired Crowston park.-  In accord,with Council of Gibsons, and  ii. i  ffODGSON���On January 17,  ,, 1967, in. St, Mary's Hospital,  Secheit. William Richardson  Hodgson of Egmont, B.C., gged  82 years, Survived by his many  friends,< Funeral service was  held Friday, January 20, 1967  at 2 p.m. from tho Family Chapel ?Mo�� the;,; Harvey; Funeral  Home, Gibsons, B,C; Rev. Bar-  , ry Jcnks .'officiated, Cremation.  Jtn HeU of flowers, donations to  St, Mary's Hospital^ SccbcJt,  B.C.        , ���       9218-8  IN MEMORJAM  IN MEMORY of Kathleen Ellen  M:john6onw**whow^ssed"'"awar  January, 29, i960.  J Time may pass and bring us  \    changes,  * Freeh with every coming year;  But her memory will, be cherished.  In  the  hearts   that  hold   her  >��� ...,������) dear,-   ���'  ��� ��� ���Ever remembered  by  her  husband and family,      9229-8  $15,000, good terms,'  Do Wortman 886-2393  Jack Warn 886-2681  9232-8  THE Corporation o fthe Village  of Gibsons Landing-���Population 1,450, Applications' are in-" Secheit:Excellent 3 bedrm  Vited for the position of Clerk- home, basemnt with furnacoi  9236-8 Treasurer. Minimum qualifica-, nicely designed and finished,  tions, required, member of re-'   on   large, ' wcll-deycloped   lot,  cognized  institute  of   account-    Ing or U.B.C, Diploma in Municipal Administration or Finance and experience fr*, municipal work In Ito, entirety. The  successful applicant wbuld bo  expected to be available on or  Immediately aftoif, March 1st,  and take over as Clerk-Treasurer April 1st, Applications, so  marked, stating salary expecti  ed and Including personal data  should be submitted as soon as  possible to the Municipal  Clerk, P.O. Box 66, Gibsons,  B.C. 9231-9  Paint - Fibreglass - Rope  Canvps - Boat Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-93Q3  7857-tfn  Uf^JI. NOTICES  CARS and TRUCKS  1965 VAUXHALL ���, Victor 101,  low mileage, .excellent condition, perfect running order.  Take over payments ot ,$55  monthly, no equity or very reasonable' cash sale, Emergency  situation forces sale, Phono  885-9975. 9188-8  |M '��������*'*)���< #*�������� (������^  Form No, 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  was given rather cool reception. Chairman  Bill Swain on being told by Comm. Laurlts  Hansen that he did not think a caretaker  "had yet been obtained; questioned the dismissal of the previous caretaker." He said  "this man was quite Interested in the air:  port and'carried out a number of duties  beyond what ivas expected of him; now  they have a now building and no caretaker."  ���   Comm, Hanson commented that as far  ,   as ho could see, the whole thing t is being  run by the Gibsons Committee,  J It was agreed on a suggestion by Comm,1  Hansen that ho and Comm, Thompson get  '���^together with tho committee and discuss  ,   the: situation. ,y'';';,.,'.';,',:': .  ' Comm, Clarke reported-* a meeting of  the library committee was slated for Thursday, January 20th. "It Is hoped to have  a local builder present together with  plana," ho said,  Tlio chairman while s'tntlng lt is not  both Secheit and Pender Harbour Chambers of Commerce, it was agreed to lend  full support to an application,by; Tyce Air;  ways Ltd. who hope to obtain a unit toll  licence,, permitting operation of a low  price unit service between Secheit and  Vancouver.  TOM MORRISON*  A long time resident of this area, Tom  Morrison is now Vice-President and one of  the principal shareholders' in, thd rieiwiy re:  organited company of McPriodrdn Electric  Limited. Tom has had e>-tehs'vo tralnlnfl ind <  experience and-is skjiled in a|l phases of the  electrical,:, electronic anrj electric heating  fields, McPhedran Electric Limited, Gibiom,  With William McPhedran; President, Tom  Morrlsqn and Ronald McPhedran as Vice-  Presidents, is actlvo and experienced in resi-  ,deotlal and corrihriercial wirlhQ, power lino  construction and electric heating for homes,  apartments and icommorclal buildings, havjnjj  Installed over throo quarters of a million!  Watts of Market Electric Heating in \96&,  DATE PAD  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  FOR-RENT-  Notlcc of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land  NEW eultes, furnished or, un^  furnished, Ono { bedroom,  bathroom) combination kitchen,  living room, All electric new  stove and fridge. Phone 885-  0333 after 5 p.m.    \   8702-tin  NEW office  space,   Porpoise  Vi TON DodRO pick up truck,  $175,   Phono   886-9D49. In   Lnnd   Rccov^nR  r,ifltr|ct  , ,                mm-u   of Vancouver and sltuato Gun^  boat Bay, Ponder Harbour,  Tako notice that Ito-jor Bolt  1950 AUSTIN A-40, good transportation, good rubber, Phono  m-mz: '92il'f)   ryn of��� m'Uormonn Ave, N,  Van,, occupation swltchmnn In  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  *���������� M O N P A Y* "-^"T M U R S DA Y'���mtM>m*mM***'  1678 MARINE DRIVE . GIBSONS .  Phono 886-9843  JEEP, Vi ton, Need a buyer.  Phono R80-98M, 0210-tfn  \  CARD OF THANKS  f- W.*lfi*!W*M.^#tt,li��(ii!��*wt��  iWlj^fm%W< *ffi )^>**spyf�� nt^-f j*wihMs��(  if^Wf��it".(|| *i ^-*f-��Mrt>'(.'(��M)Sj .fffWH  1  r)  January 1, 1967, Phono 885-0425,  OHO-tfn  NF/W house, Go'wor Point Rd,  Available February 1st, $100  'per - month,i  Phono 886-9513.  8458-8  (WW��H"��HWI-��IIHIIIIIHI|||M��i.l HIIH..W.WH^1.I.M��.M> ������������ I IlilnHll���������.�����������1|���IIHIWW    i  TWO  bedroom  duplex, All el-  .,��.���ectTle...���,Davls���..��JJay.,.������l'hflho,..  ,8852110. v .   8515-tfn  HALL for rent, WHuon Creek  ' Community,Hall. Contact Mr.  Hay Witt, 885-9542.        9107-tfn  MODKHN completely furnlsh-  ���' ed nil electric with fireplace,  1 Hit A-frame. Wcat Secheit,  Ideal for single clean, rcspons*  Ible person. Phone 885-9777.  9212-tfn  wrm^___  CLKAN  3  bedroom   house on  QQOD home wanted for amall,   Mason Hoad. $60. i>er month.  ��� 4m|o .Tia-rier typo dog. Phono    phono 883-2303 after f> p.m.  ^'    ,, k 0181-8 9219-8  Bfly*Soe��iolt,,"flr��tfr*Avi��IIfiMo-"^lW~POTmAC,,<-4"-door**cd��n.'  "   MISS May Walker would like  1    io express her alnccre thanks  to   ihe   Doctors   and   nurHlng  *���*"**���- $tntt^ot" Str~M��ry-��"'"-WoopH.al'  , for their eare artd many kind-  , nesses during her recent n\ny  in hospital, 84568  , aulomfltlc,  radio, good tires.  Good  transportation.  88ti<9680.  tmoMfn   ;  .;��� -I : :   ATTENTION  Annex Auto Mart  Now and Used Cars.  fOVHO*  For special attention phone, ���. -J. ����� '  Gill Yochlowitz at  879-5261 collect,  8457-9  tond�� to Apply for a Icnno of  the following described landfl:  Waterfront Lcjnsc adjacent*to  Lot-.VSS'VBIk. 1, 1)1 1024, Plan  7453,. ,  Commencing a,t a poftt planted o Inchon North of property  pout .on Northwofit corner j  thence 150 Ft, East; tnonco 150  Ft, North; thence jfto Ft,  West; tlionco 150 Ft. South and  ,contAlnlng���W,���acro,���.,mor�����or..  less, for tho iHirposo of Hmiil  It, U/WJCTUYN  Dated Jnn, 14, 1967,  0222���I'ub^.Jan, 25, Fob, l, 8,-15  SINGLE   key  on  ring   found  near Forest Station, Porpoise  Bay.JPhOhO 885-9054,    ,   922M0  II imi mi mi Ml"*"1* "'   "'" ' '  "   I'iTS'".'"1  ni.t'iW'1 ' iiii'i.'Ii,"  EL  'A  '   ���  BOATS & ENGINES   SMALL 30 ft. trolIci\ new engine In 1903, Four lines, W  licence, Must pell, Phono 886-  9912 or 88.V2HH), 8453-8  ,���^4 ,���������,.. :.., ,..���,���>J,^..  V  HO'ITOM hull,  semi fibre  glaKH,  20 ft.  Sato or  nwap.  Ileafionablc,  883-2508.      9210-10  ����*���  WANT ADS  I.  "TJmoa" AdDrlofa  will *��ll��buy��rent  trodel  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10*00 ���a,m<-'  Church Sorvlco 1111JES a.m.  PASTOR.REV, S. CASSELLS  Wilton Crook Community Holl  Davli Pay Road  Tho  Anglican Church  (OF....CANADA��.���,���-���.������.  ���y  Rector! Rev. R, Barry Icnki,  Phone: 885-9793  m Sunday, January 29, 1967    ~ STTHItDA'S=SECHEUT  - Holy-Commanion=8wa:mr"*"  Morning Prayer���-11 a,m.  UNITEDCHURCH���GIBSONS  Gathering for Prayer for' Christian  Unity���3 p.m,  E-rmry W���dn����day 10 o.m, Holy Com-rounlon  5t, HIMa'i '  1 *���*��� - - -1 -j,, -���  WMnonofiBopfyyif^  ��� This free reminder of comlno event*' Is o\sorvlco of SECHEUT  AGENCIES- LTD,  Phono Socholt  Peninsula  Times  direct  for  free    ��  listings, spoclfylno "Date Pad". P|oaso nofn that upaco Is limited ond ,  ,sbmo advance dates may havo to wait their turn; also that this Is a  reminder' listing only and cannot always carry fulf details,  Jon, 27���r10 a,m,-1 p,m, Wilson Creek Hall, Coffee Party,  Jan.i 28--I0 a,m.-4 p,m. Hospital Cottaoo Secheit, Hospital Aux..  ������������- Thrift Shop. '    , '.  Jan, 28���8:00 p.m. Roberts Creek Masonic' Hall,  Installation of  Honoured Queen Elect.l,OJ,P, and officers.  Jon, 28���8:30 p.rn, Sly Hilda's Holl, Sqwarff Danclno,   ���       ��  Feb, 6���11 a.m, Vlllago OfflcorfSlbsoni. Court of Revision; tor 1967  '' ��� 'aisessments',1" ��� ���' -y  .���,  , ; .i.'FPR'.RINT'.   :  2 bedroom houso. Largo living room. Eloctrlc iforo. Bafflh'  mont. A/OH heat Wilton Creek. $7S.OO per month or  jolo on easy torm�����$1 i,500.00.���...��������4  3 roomt and bath, unfurnished ���ulte���$00.00 por^month.  Call.E, Suiteei, Doyi 085-2161. ovoi. 005-9303.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD  REAltY and INSURANCE ---Phono 805-2161  ^     mM  * ' '    '/  ��hdM*f��rt|| ��**f***rtt--'*-���***!*  I".', '.jH"  n.,i  I  A  .\t  ��#   t    4    P   f. *   t  jj * r  .u i   *  >'1 A  ���U*,.fj WW'rJ^'l  ��� > f*  ';" > -r  -��<����� -r^ r *.'  ''  r"  i��gii��ii we  IS raffffl��  bin" on the^thlM^Pe^-5\T     uaUr;f s^or c[P6��� housing-pr^e^.-'Uid-th'a't  few taemberS i&KL L^a r*% unavoidably" fcrogreis ** W. stow, 'but  ISld^btiaidi Mr f?r ^V^ * ����� cjtoBOtaf.wtf driving .towards a ju|*  SinlsecrSv^nfif^ 2LK*?' ^ !$ ��on .^eh^VouW enableim to go'ahead  acting-secretary until.a new'one u appoint- ,vith toe'scheme. The initial-plan is-to have  At ?tho fircr vmn��tin�� '^r �����.   '.��    ' ^ housokeepijig' units - jsuitabl?' for   senior  JamM^a'W-rS JSJ* the/ear on citizens ,wJio could look ftfa .themselves,  fid ��?' SfifaftW* ?? "E86" He, would (e jglad.to have tbi names of any  t��i�����<$. a J. ��i_._ j.. "*-".-ciai Pos_mon. be eligible, senior citizen-/ should nave an  Plan?' are already being discussed for k  day trip .in tho early part of the year and  Electrolux (Canada) Ltd.  SALES -SERVICE - SUPPLIES  i^enl Agentr now. available al:  SECHELT: 885*414  GIBSON* 886-2086  income' of>np' more'tha-fl' $145l a'-mbntli for  single pbfsblls of $290 for married' couples.  A real party atmosphere developed' at  the end "of "the. meeting yVhen a large birthday* cake; decorated with lighted candles  was brought-in''to honor the 'president,  Harry Hill,' 'who-was celebrating liis '80th  birthday, -while '.the 60' ���members " present  joined in singing Happy*Biraday.* There  was a recitation by C. Brookman, a solo by  Mrs.   Ivy , Biggs,*, accompanied  by'" Mrs.  *m*  I!* //      "Eb*     /a Seehelt Peninsula Times Page  Readers Right ���v'-wasa-gre^ac-i--*-'  Why no women?  Editor, The THaCesh    -(���A  cheap homes points  out desperately the  need for'a'strict zoning and building cod$  v   V77 -*,���,, >~,, and soon- Witn th�� coming'of water lb-  Sir���Regarding;P'fcnhs'' Report   on   the areas such'as ours we would.be imme-  newly-formtrd   Sunshine   Coast   Regional "diately faced v��th this very -problem here.  District, I should be,interested to" know I might'also mention'we now'feel enc6u*f-  whe- elected or appointed these eight direct- aged to bring our own home up to specifi-  yors   who   are  apparently   empowered  to cations and are investing $3,000 in same.  spend $15,000 op fiur^ttoney'on services We feel sure jciow that the Sunshine Coast  which we haw~no1fc"eveh'Md & chance "to will be something to be proud of  very  say whether ,we wanted' or' ihot;         * ^oon.   -    ���  .   Inevitably, a pr-ogressive ^moye in this -  direction must be'-ma'de'in the near future pff11^^?-  ana undoubtedly the directors" are'men of ^       jj #__,���_.  integrity' who have alreaxty' --proved their amait IOWJ1  devotion to pubMriSer-Mce'>Wrwa's^this'a Editor, The Time-  -I. GREEN,  *&-+!!��>  **%&**  Ef^y��r^5.JJt f-rf^-     democratic way'of achievijhg  40,#   * �� '9&JFZ?   -Results or was-it an act. of  ��   -tf &f" mji*jP which'is merely going 'to cfe  A.  ^-r*.  '.Ss&S^  ���-��  the' desired  dictatorship  create criticism  instead of 'suppbrt?  *'* f-was'alsO^interested'to see that this is  apparently, going to be anottier exclusively  Times: ^  Sir���It was a real pleasure to read the  letter in your paper last week^by Mr. F. p.  Parker. Would like to compliment you on  yow\ editorial re service1 clubs and think  you stated the facts quite clearly*  I think it is due time' our service clubs  Egmont Eye  ���by John Dunlop  n$le board. When are th^women of this ^.^    m know the good work ^ey are  ���"'   S.,*A*J afctornaan            * -^Sf i^? & ^'lv Wl***-^ ?eir doing. <Whd knows, maybe the public would  Sunday atternoon ^ rightful place in public affairs?. We have , ; J* ���A inf   -.J'jb h��,tf��r��i<r tn 'cnm�� w��  TAKING a brief respite from her equal' righU equal educational advantages g S^r^ed m heIpi?s ^ s��me way  studies; at ^Torfh,-Shore Hairdress- ���* many of our women havj time to gve       t do no't m      to the .SunsWne Coast  ing School, Linda May of Secheit ^S^^fS^^Sr^&^fSSJ Lions-Club but-i take my hat off to  and feW student.' Candy PHMps- ^^J* s��^ "ISR? a..wSma" < for the good work they are doing.  them  Helen Sinclair.  and fello^ student,'Candy Phillips- ^'^jjya VoaYd/Th^Ts5 **S$~i ( for *e ^ ^rk ^ a^e<d(?Dg  rhac   w��a��e  ����^ ����m��,Y.��-K, c;��r,!����� i^ '      Wolley'of West Vancouver enjoy a &here in wM��*'so hiahvof ourfinest worn-        Perhaps  by bringing these things out  8&?^W SLS^SSLJXfJ^    PISCRIMINATION^-The federal   govern-    ^ulky^ide in'sunhy Secheit. Linda's SS^-iffiaW -J3?SS?SS^C8 in theopen and" people get the 'facts cior-  feiKnli^--*? CC?W-d by MFS'     . ����*������ .guaranteed,  minimum, Jncom_e    i^tesVpet\is'a four-year-old Zetland Sd Suld be ^ SiSbtoi^uSTS rect," Secbelt'feight get out of ihe'smaH  plan for old-age pensioners is a-lWej    stkllion Tiamed Ifilr. Chips' and'.sh'ep-   community,  sive steo. that-will assure all Densioners of    ,   _-, ~,    ��� *-,"..    ��� _ ..v- _-*  r_- ����� 5_       >-   -       J  GIBSONS SEPTIC TANK  PUMPING SERVICE  Phone 886-2848 or 886-2404  *>  FABRIC' HOUSE  Gibsons - Centre  Yard Goods - Bulk Wool  ��� SEWING CENTRE ���  Phono 886-2252 . Box 549 .Gibsons, B.C.  ..^���fAIXING ;  TOPPING piRiAfiOyfNG LQWER.LIM9S  ���      '^"*"���   r^flfk-  V--.   *����� -���  Insured work from Port Mellon \o  Pender Harbour        -   f ;  PV SERVICES LTD.  Morven Volen 886-9946  Diaby Porter 886-9615  RAY NEWMAN PLUMBING  SAUES & SERVICE  HOT WATER HEATING  " |ILfiLO$Gr^'-^��pfj^;--: .-  Oayls  Boy Rd.,  R.R.   1,  Seehelt  Phone 885.2116  OPEN SUNDAYS 1-5 p.m.  HOPKINS LANDING STORE  seivingyyou" 7 days'a"week  Phone 886-9524  * Phone 886-2120  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gower Pdint Road, Gibsons, B.C.  Open 9:30 a.m.  Closed Monday  sive step, that, will assure all pensioners oi hprrl/dn^ MaVot^ rVifllc-K <nirVshe!s  a basics income-.of $105.00 a month at the nera aog JNjaggie inaKes sure sne is  age of 65-by 1970. The fly in the .ointment    ?ot  lieglected  on   one   of  weekend  is - that many - will' receive' a (government    jaunps.   pension sin ,the> amount of  $105.00  whUe -    ,    -        ^.    , s   ,  others will reqeive a pension in smaller  amounts, down to. $75.Q0, monthly,,' depend-  ing upon their financial position.      -. -  town stage.  ���Just a Stupid Woman.  Pleasant erosion  -JG. WEDiLEX  -r     t       I   !  Editor,* The' Times;^  Sir-���An' operi Jetter to the Sunshine Coast  "Eroders" club\.(The Lions). On behalf of  the Pegasus Football Club I would like to  express  sincere thanks  to the  Lions for  Scows���Logs  sechelt towing & salvage  ��� -lh>.,- ..  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  - ���i.HIGGs"''1-   '��� ""  Jhone.|8|;9Jf2|w..:  "-^Jiw*'*^^.^*^^';  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No dowr- payment - Bonk interest -  '�����r ^''V--,TeVV'Vears tovpoV;'":>v vvl  Completo lineof pppliances '*=^**a*='  ���fw''i��w'��ri'mare^^il 886-2728  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  SepHo Tanks and Oratn Fields - Bockhoo and.  Front End toodcr .Work.  crooned .Cement Gravol - Fill and Road Gravol.  ~1r��666 : Box 172 - Secheit  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  v n Sunshine Coast Highway   "'   '  VOLKSWAGElsi SPECIALISTS  'GOOD USED CARS-  REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES  Phone 886-9662  PORPOISE BAY WATER TAXI  Charter Trips - Scenic Tours  :       Phone 885-2828  or Radio Mar Dee  ^���w     hi i  m ||     Ml   ,|ll M��� ���JlWII....I������I.WH   I��� ��� ��� '     I   in    nil  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY LTD.  Phone Seehelt 885-9669  "THE HOUSE WITH A HEART"  E: J. Caldwell, Prop. - Box 97, Secheit, B.C."  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLiANCES-���^ ELECTRJQ HEAT  Phone ^85-2062  This. example of -flbbrji^ -the' area^ .with  JOHN DE KLEER  Biii  ���no/  Scro��no<  Phone  -cs  HARTLES MASONRY  Fireplaces - Planters - Blockwork     ,  .Quality Workmanship - Free Estimates  Phone 886-2586  MApElM^MARINA  ";"" '';;-',v^ofra>arkVB;c; "';-";-":  -Your OMC Service Centro - Peninsula Evlnrudo ,  " Dealer - Cabins - Tra|lors & Hook-up - Camp  Slto�� --���Trailer Court - Launchlna Ramp  Phono 883-2266  CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK - BACK HOE  PITCHING} EXCAVATING CONTRACTING  GRAVEL-TOP SOIL AND FILL  Secheit, R.R. 1 Davit Bay Road  Phone 885-2050  ELECTRA-CLEAN  Uphplstery Cleaning - jCarpet?  "Rugs"  For a  Furijiture   ,en>": phone ,886-9890  t  omt /  ���    Lot ui tolvo your  ED^JFIEDLERZ GIBSONS  ^ WoM 886-7764   ��� .,1' .,'..:'..     ��� ,.. "���' ��� -   I & S TRANSPORT LTD.  Phone 886-2172  Dally Freight Sorvico to  ,    Vancouver ,  Local & Long distance moving  Local pickup Ond delivery service  N   Lowbed hauling  4��f*-6��hl."S."f-�� '*.!  isfei^iVi������^^��iiws^-ijwiffm����!^).thli^i!iW*^^^  Phono 885-2818  RITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open In the Bonner Block  Socholt,'0.C.'  PERMANENT WAVES -u TINTS  HAIR CUT -^-STYLING ��� SHAPING  9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuioiday ��� Saturday  . . ���r- ; , .--  \f    *       ^TREE SERVICES  Falling; TopP|n9/ Limbing for view.  ���" , All Work Insured.1  ,  Full Information  pKono 886-2343  HOWE SOUND 510-JSc STORE  250V' Marino �� Glbsoni - 886-9852  .Everything from Noodles to  1 School Supplies.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  Tulep'hono Olbiont btMAfi �� Ro��. OOfi-2131  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD,  '"������ '       " Root Eitato A Iniuranco  Sunrtycroit Shopping Contro - Qlbioni, B.C,  OCEANilDE FURNITflRjE  AND CACHET SHOK  Custom cabinetry ,for homo ana office -  '������'-'���' ;'' Kitchen Specialists   *       "  . R, Blrkln, Booch'Ayc, Robert* Crook  Phone 886-255 V  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  John Hind-Smith  refrigerati6n  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HATtBOUR  ,    Phono 886-2231  from ��-a,rn, to 5!30p,rn,  Roi, 886-9949  C & S SALES  SECHELT, D.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HQMp FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  -��Y.p .'.��� i ���tii,h*Mi��w��rt)iBiiMRS(rf(S��i  fRArjIK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRISl  v Dal Dlock - Gibsons  -        Every Wednesday -  886-2166  ^���Ml.|W^l.lll,|....PlM��l..��l ���!������������!.���^���������^���^���������������������^.������^^^���^������^������^^������������^^'������������^^���**^-^  I "     '       ,' ' ' , . .  SAW FILING SERVICE  povror Saws - Cross Guts - Circular  Phono 885-9308  PENINSULA CLEANERS      *  1531 GoworPt, Rood  886-2200 Gibsons  POR YOUR FAMILY PRY- CLEANIHO n/|  Squaringly Your  K^PSSUr^^'-p?    -*, Maurice H^s^   ��?%[���^f ^ " " -  ment the  alternative proposal, of, $100-a- n ISB Tinnc  month basic pension for allf To do so would    WELL, hei;e it is-another beautiful Sunday        i names again 1,10ns.  cost>the country'an additional $1<H> million on the Sunshine Coast, with nothing lo - BILL HARTLE,  in 1967s we'are i��id, and"this l\if6uld not be    do but enjoy the terrific spenery that pre- . Managercoach Pegasus P.C.  feasible.* But'app^ximat^iy ^'e^ame in-    sents atself in aU directions. Wellf that's    --     ��... ^_|*a   ���   -.  crease ia national expenditure^wa^s quite in    just one of the many interesting factors of   lyO &1UU CODinS  order-when-t^e^ame government increased    this "particular area, there is square danc-    Editor, 'The'"TimesY' '*      ,*  its   parliamentary   members'   salaries  to    itfg too.-   " Sir���Mr. Simpkins has decided to pub-  %i8i000 annually; That was a horse of a dp     .  Secheit; junior. Squares   are , bojnjr^mg   licly rflay 'the ��� reglbnaT distafict' at' last!  ferent color. f    ?h<??d-* ^a^sJ��P^ta^'f^^g^|^c    While he states:he is in fayar of bringing  . *-c-i.-lfea^ dF?^T^':.S*M ^^e'^If ?'^$��*^M'7'~    wat?r ?nd garbage services* to .those less  gether with defense, accounts for roughly -RemeinjSer^&\'f.-s^^f-^^%o^^ fortunate" (Pratt* RoadPperhaps?) He is  40/ jper-cjent of pur national,expenditure, of Hop|dn^|H|il ^s^ga^aa-y'^ii^ift? ^eli::^ horrified that "planning'cranks* "are working  in "tfie hlighlSdrlioo^ Cut    o|d^;;aiid^'^ri^' ^'',f'f^-|(^KSJiu^r^nld^    to enforce -reasonable Testrictions' on the  biit the^^u^^an^ in^edtess spending  &    anli |&^^onienjll ���'���tfi^er^|i^J'Ve>%^ ' .district thus, '^strangulating progress."  these 1two*'^epartmeht,'alorie1i'ahd' we could    a ^i^cT^^f^ y^%^ io shake tiie   ."   May I enquire whbseror/what progress?  give every senior citizen in the country an    ulceF ibose 311st join % sq^4re dlnce club    It is very strange and laughable Jthat he  adequate' pension,' without"*a^ criticize the board; in the "Times"  and without the increases in taxes as an- so friendly that you just won't; /heed an .and' run an advertising campaign in announced in the recent' nSini-ibudget. uleer' and it will take off oh its owh." other newspaper featuring ,^tOO log cabins  Discrimination is usually "associated with The next square dance on the Peninsula jEc*r. -sale.. -J. -irlrcn^l-Ji]^^ .J^r-^nT^*p..!.fec^ol''ia!i't  race," creed or color. The proposed basic will be at St. -Hilda's Hall, Saturday,: Jan. 'fljis .-fame^'as'-''l^tinf'X'*w|u^'fi^*'tb the  income plan is discrimmation ol anotliw 28, 1967, 8:30 p.m., your hosts, * Secheit death"^ someone put-^up* a*^UKr cabin next  kind,   piscrirnination   against   the   senior    Prpmenaders. F"iin 1or :aU. and.aj^Jpt^funl^ 'door:.to me, J^^?:^^i^^^..7!>,^J.,:^'..   HJ&en''"Tjvp(b7'',"thr6ug^     '''^'"'prodjictiye'' '��ee'~'-ySu"W     years, has endeavored to proyWe m some  way or other for his old age,' often at considerable sacrifice to himself and his  family. If the government feels that $105.00  per month is the minimal amount on which  a person can live, then let a pension, witii-  put strings attached, be given to everyone  Vho has' the'proper age*��� and residential  qualifications.  ��� If a senior citizen has income in excels  of taxable exemptions he will he subject  'to infcbme t|x. Other than matmis^fihahcM  position*- is nbt the government's business!  If * Joe Doakes', arid there are thousands  of his''..type., who has subsisted for years pu  welfare,  unempldy'ment insurance; family  ' allowance and other, government handouts  is entitled to' an bid-age ''pension- of lfi05.00  a month, then equally so a'r^' those who,  by*hard work and diligence^ have not only  suppprted toerriselyes and tried to make  preparatioris ,fpr' their declining', years, biit  a| the same time have .contributed largely  to the well being- of the same 'Joe Doakes'  breed.   .       " ,  ���If this nation can afford to squandor th^  taxpayers' money in supporting' a top-  heavy administration and a meanihgless  senate, can sperid excessive millions of dollars on defence and in providing for the  many thousands of able-bbdied and nonproductive people to whoip l)ve^fare is an  accepted way of life, then it .cain afford to  treat all senior citizens; with fairness and  equality.,   ' ''"'��� ' ''     "  '":"       .   ���  EGMONT EYEDROPS  ��� A'link witli early days on the Sunshine  Coast; was severed with the death of William JLichardsoh Hodgson who passed away  at- St. Mary's Hospital"'on Tuesday,'Jan.  47. 'Sniper Bill,' as he was- familiarly  known throughout the a,rea, was born in  ' Kirby, England, in 1885 and first arrived  in Vancouver.in,a907, his,first Job in��that, ,1  year1 i>blnff'at a Selm;��>Pa-r^  Almost all of his: 60' years in B.C. wore  spent In Jervis and Secheit Inlet logging  circles, Retiring to Egmont a few, years  ago, this colorful old-timer's passing will  btf felt by many tfrlends in the entire district. "������   '����� "���' ���    '"''   -���'���'   '���'������      ' ' ���'���  Tho    screaming    south-oastors    which  stnick jEgmoht ,last week Wore probably  t|io heaviest winds felt In onr well-sheltered  waters in a long time, Apart from tho finger floats on tho government wharf System  appearing to hnvo dragged a Httlo there  was Httlo apparent damage to thb arc��  allhoiiBh-n-lot-of-alcop-was^lost-in^tho*  continuous chocking ot boats and private  floats during ono or two really wild nights,  Weather like' this is' When tho wator-taxi  operators really wbrlt 'for their broad and  butter. '        *        �����' !  jP)gmont Community Club will not havo  legal aoe'esa to Ms Community Hall duo to  tho decision of the board of school trustees of Socholt School District that no part  ot the Rgmont school .grounds, bo given np  tp provide an access road,.Jit is with somb  fi-irprlflb "that local residents havo received.  tho board's decision in view of lho fat?t  mlr'  : ���RECOMMENDED:  'KiXvPSf-iciAU.  f*��S5isi.MENr'',  Bine Sktf, MOTEL  2 Miles S. of Secheit  1  Phone: 885-9987  Write: Box 472, Secheit  NOTICE  IMCttTER'S f.Vir Ik RADIO  ������������������������  ---p;v��^ ���r^;^sr^m���ws^mm  JANUARY 31st  FEBRUARY H  inclusive.  '*.&ffh$fa%f&?$��r:  regret tarty  inconven/ences lot;^ai:  :���������: ���i^.cusJorn%rsu7^7: .^...f  MO - 'We ��o !M��f iy^ @y r @fIice  MEIfflER t Bo We W��$ ��ur ���ar Heils  " just -iti;j|c^^ :-i;'  SEE THIS BM^^^M^M^-^i^Z' ''   ~  '"if- ;   ' '      V   '.|i;>:r,"... -J'-'.''."-; v'';!'-:^''r-;',.^:?'<.i':',   ,. y :.'::���������.;[:. :-f\;:,:,.": \^-y,1       -  1966 Pontiac Parisiesne Sla! ion Wi  ���     ''',''      '       '   ���'     ''';'' '������'_"   ''.''  '-'�� '.. "   *:'." "''   .   '   '���.  , ''. i.  ���        ���  ^ Electric tail date  c(i '.U*\  ^ Low mileage  '���' v..,", .���'.; I'-;, ':.'>���.'���",'.,'.'��� ';"*���; ''���''>���������!' ',���?���'���;.'"���! ','  '*;fedio;;'���;:.'���'��� ^ ��� fe/;'"  ^ Power steering .;  ^ Po>/ver brakes ���,        ��� ' ������ ,;  ;;^.t;|Hyd,r^rnai^  '% 3?6 JI\Aol;9r^325 h;|i;  *:' Apr leyei contrpl  / .*������'��� i  ���>.,*'. A  .it..,.,|.,l.:i,',l;(.l-..:(4!  * Jtbts of otl-  <   -   .   ,l"y **���%���<> > ,   '"J1 {       *  Reg, $Sf300:  * Lots of other extras  H"i  ,$$$��-���  *H**-  ������,:#,; is.  ��� ftlv  Vltlt-ilM'*!'!.'/-  ^-i *-i r v r.-f  '���"���'T*  ���,h<--l"t*1V  ,p"'M  vu'VV-l-    ���*  .' ��,,(,.  >r m\\  \:<>  a9GI CHEV. COACH  Clean. Runs well ������ i.   ..it  )'". \  *959 CHEV, SEPAN  Good Transporto|tion ...  195$ FORD SEDAN  ^���yiinaor.....  (���HMM-*!--"!"  1 >��� ***. fH   k ,t\ \   ; , ,  m ��m nt mm mm �������� ����� m n��nwr n���� mm  $425.00  $235.00  TRAVEL TRAILERS  mmwmmm^mwmmmmmmmmBmmmmmyimmmwmmm  ���.', ...     .���;. to go-    y  ���^i*ta��hjwiuj�� ���<*     #t mm us*��� *w���*ti'Hi*t ���  15' Securifvs  '. ,i. ' .      I     i.    \ I   i    , ,   w  i, completo with olect  Fully equipped! complete with olectric brakes  *   \  m  m  tliat tho minimal requirement of a 10-foot  ntrlp would only hn'yp' tnken achool \m\+>  ofty (hat for yoarfi has boon ovorfirown,  nwampy, and never uspd by tl\o fey child'  ron attondliiK tho -school, private intoroatd  ���woro**wiUlni5-to-,provUle-tho~oUter-JO:,-Ccet ---  required for n 20-foot lane, tho minimum  access allowable by tho department of  hlKhwa^yH,'    '      '       ���  ���tae   ���  m\  >������  A great selection in stock pf New phevy || Sedans,  1*WIW����K* il*nlk WW fh*ift ����� ��.iwt*i'a  IPS-  \  EATONS  "WHERE TO GO�� ,    '  TRAVEL SERVICE  CH/SRTER FUIGHT TO UONPON  ^375,00 MQNTH $tAY.  '  Juno \7 ond SoBtombor 7  '     Phono 086-2232  ���(���-.��� ���-( ��� ���   =wa  7rNEED"A~CAR?" ~  NEW or USED  ���^���TRY        '������:   Peninsula Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B,C.  hhono 085-2111 ���-1 T��d Fnn��w��H  Pontidics, Beaumonts and Chevelle 2 door Hqrdtops  ^A^SO"- New Trucks <an|di Stjatidpi Wagons.  rtlUV'MSp'n I  ���OgiW'   t  ,^  Phono 885-2111  \ *  *t.it'  <i.i.  SochcBt, B.C,  ,'.V'1l  '���iil..ii|.  *. M  J i ,  I ^*4��h*��-��*'*SiMit'MrtWiiJrWii^y 4  ^-^>tfir��  M  KnJuWfti^ifHJjitHisfcWt^iK^^-i^tiWSt ttw-n  '  I  ���I i,I,,   I    I, ..I  i t,  / SI i-  i _  1 -  ���'���^ww^t'M'vvmwwtwywvtHHiwwMWwwvwwwHWw^^  SECHEIff pE|��NSXJLA^��e4  EDITO  IALS  "/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what / believe to be right"  I .''    '       '  .  ' ���John-'Atkins,  n>^fu^^^oJuuul'lnr���^-n^v^^v^flnlV^^lv^rrr<'nnr'''^'*���^^^'^^^^^P^^^^'^''',''^'' ����������� ��������  Re^trtet Shciddy Buildbig  BUILDING restrictions which, broadly  speaking, 'come under the terra of  progressive. planning, are generally appreciated by conscentious, efficient  builders-who, apart frorn taking a pride  , in their work, v-jliue theft reputation above  that of making^ quick buck to the detriment of the customer.  Fortunately we have builders of this  calibre on the Peninsula who even though  they might never reap a fortune, will still  be respected tradesmen when those of the  "make it quick no matter how" brigade  will have come*and gone.  Most communities have a few in this  latter category and although they, do not  last too long when it comes to constructing good quality homes, they do for a  short time succeed in leaving behind them  a line of disillusioned and considerably  poorer owners of half finished or badly  finished shacks.  It goes without saying that these fast  buck boys naturally oppose any by-laws  which might hamper their little game and  ��� the multitude of reasons they are able  to put forward to justify their opposition  would make a professoinal con man blush.  There are a number of very good  reasons why planning is so essential to a  growing community and when one considers the way in which some villages ,and  towns have developed into shack towns  due to lack of sensible planning, then the  reasons are fairly obvious.  It is fine for a person to say he wishes  to Jiaye the right to build a home as he  sees fit without interference; unfortunately, he is the first to cry out the moment  an inferior or sub-standard dwelling goes  up right next door to hinv  Orderly planning makes sure a good  class of residential area is not devalued  by the erection of sub standard buildings,  and institutes along range plan design to  ensure sensible development. It also protects an innocent buyer who might be  encouraged to purchase what appears to  be a well-built home, only to discover  later he lias paid a high price for a structure likely to fall apart the moment the  paint washes off. v  A recent statement indicating that  many property owners in one district like  to put up a garage, overnight cabin or  summer cottage under 1,000' without  having to buy a permit, submit blueprints  or consult a building inspector,,, is sufficient proof that planning under a regional district, cannot come too soon.  Quite obviously there are those who  prefer to erect shoddy buildings, and  indeed, there are those with reputations  for this! sort of thing. It is relatively easy  to appreciate, their opposition to planning  which not only protects the future of the  community but also makes good and sure  that if they are incapable of good class  work, they will not get away with anything less.  We would suggest, those who city  loudest over protective building restrictions invariably have, the most to lose.  Rhodesia Stabbed In Baek  CECIL John Rhodes, a disciple of the The way in which the three territories  British way of life dedicated his acti- f then flourished as an integral entity would  l^ties" to" spreading;that way of life over as    have��� brought  g^at  pleasing  much as Africa as possible and with this    Rhodes for prosperity had come to both  one view in mind set out in 1890 to bring    black and white. . ���.  to  an end the slavery, tribal warfare,  disease,   witchcraft,   despotism   and   ig->  nprance which ruled what was generally   known as the ^Dark Continent".  His expedition arrived in a land devoid of roads, bridges, telegraph and  electricity. Its inhabitants were totally  iijiterate, dressed in skinV lived in shacks  of sticks and mud and subsisting by the  ���herding of a few scrub cattle and meagre  crops. They also lived in terror of raiding  tribes.  Peace, medicine, 'education and food  was brought to thislDark Continent by  Cecil John Rhodes and it was subsequently named Rhodesia.  If Cecil Rhodes had lived to this day  he would have been, H 4 years of age and  in all probabilities a thoroughly disillusioned supporter of the British way  of life, for the, present attitude of the  British^^ Goverhmerit will undoubtedly go  down in history as one of the most insidious acts pf political sabotage perpetrated by a country, famous for its sense  of justice and fair play.  , Itft noted that in 1923JHis Majesty  King Geoirge V conferred self-goyern-  \ment upon Southern Rhodesia and until  proclaiming |a Declaration of Independence recently, the Rhodesians have  been self-governing ever since.  They surmounted hard times of depression and marched steadily forward  , establishing fine bridges, roads, free rural  clinics, 'mining, agriculture, commercial  undertakings and| education, An excellent  Unfortunately, his delight would have  been rudely shattered for in 1963 by  means of devious subterfuge, Nyasaland  and Northern Rhodesia were each given  independence. Neither territory had previously been self governing.  Southern Rhodesia, most properous  of the three, most sturdy and efficient,  self-governing for'42 years had sacrified  independence  for federation.  This has  now been destroyed by Britain and although promised independence in 1961  the British government now says "no".  ,   .Under the.able and dedicated leadership of Ian Douglas Smith, it is quite obvious the Rhodesians have no intention  of standing aside and allowing that for  which they have toiled, since 1890, to  revert to its original state of squalor and  savagery.  Referring to some of the main de-  ;mands made by the British Socialist Prime  Minister Harold Wilson,. on board HMS  Tiger, which were of an extremely dictatorial nature, a Canadian publisher who  has studied \kp- situationand spent considerable time, in Rhodesia, says'"In view  of the fact that Rhodesia has never been'  subject to such servitude, Mr. Wilson obviously did not ^eek, in good faith, a settlement with Rhodesia. His manoeuvre,  therefore, must be part, of a larger game  with other objectives."  This squalid desire by the British  government to bring a proud and progressive country to its knees, should hot be  taken as an indication that, the United  police force and equally fine, district com- Kingdom is behind the Wilson regime, On  missipnefs,^magistrates and judges ad-* the contrary, considerable indignation has  ministered justice, and unbroken peace been  expressed  by* the British  public  ���replaced previous ceaseless slaughter, which is by, no means as gullible as some  ��� .Rather than accept Dominion status of its unprincipled leaders wouldbelieve,,  in 1953 the wishes of the United King- It is to be hoped this public opinion  dohv werei respected arid, this great land will ultimately Conquer the unsavory am-  prospcring   country    agreed    to    join bitions of. a few questionable politicians  Northern Rhodesia and Nyasahmd to  form the Federation of .Rhodesia and  Nyasaland, an area four times that of  ;Orcat Britain.  and restore again fhc good name of Great  Britain so long recognized as the car"  mark of integrity, ,      ���  ���by Mary Tinkley  MB. HARBY A. Hill, 80 years old on ^Jari-  urary 19th, was boraTuiTbrtsmouth,  England, the son of Walter Strut* Hill, an  architect to the City of London.  At the age of 14, he, emigrated to Canada  and was on a train bound for Nelson,1-hut  when the train reached Calgary, he was  persuaded to stay off there and work at  the Pat Burns ranch, u-here he checked  fences for $5 a month and board. After  several months, he drifted to Medicine  Hat. where he worked for Joe Brooks who  bred thoroughbred horses and was a son  of the famous Brooks' "Monkey Brand"  family.  Eventually he arrived at Nelson where  Jim Ford, a friend of his family, had taken up 160 acres, of CPR land at two dollars  an acre and was clearing it for fruit farming. This was, the origin of the fruit industry in the Kootenay Lake district.   ,  While in Nelson, Harry met a man from  the Yukon, Fred Salmons, who was hankering to go back there and seldom thought  or talked of anything else. 'Young Harry  became sufficiently curious to accompany  him back to Dawson City, where they stayed at the old Astor Hotel which was the  headquarters of the Yukon at; that time,  and then continued on to Skagway by  sternwheeler. There Harry got a job in the  Malemute saloon' where he,washed glasses  and swept and scrubbed floors."Herelt was'  that he became acquainted with Robert  Service, the-poet;-who tyas working in the  Canadian Bank Of Coiuinerce.  Though he'knew nothing abodt gold mining ,he took a lay at Flat Creek, 20 miles  out of Dawson City and, after nine months-  prospecting, came out with, about $1600. On  his arrival back in Nelson, he went into  the real estate business. Kootenay Lake  was just opening up at the time with many  English immigrants anxious to buy land.  He worked at the Silver King and Molly  Gibson mines driving the team which drew  the ore wagons.  With all these' experiences behind him,  Harry Hill was still only 22 years old Avhen  he first came west to Vancouver. There,  with a partner, he took a contract for  clearing 100 acres of the Joe Martin estate  where now is Hastings Park .They employed a crew of mostly Hindus at $1.25 a day  and introduced one of the first donkey en-  'gines-built in Vancouver by the Vancouver  Engineering Company.  Entering a partnership with Bill Sinclair in the contracting business, Harry  Hill worked on the widening and improvement of Westminster Avenue, which is now  Kingsway, and they built dykes at Fort  Langley. When Bill Sinclair brought his  two sisters out from Scotland, Harry Hill  lost little time in marrying the younger  one, Nell. They had two daughters, Pat  and Lesley. He built a- grocery business  at Royal Oak which he ran for a while  but then went back to the contracting business.  Turning his attention to Vancouver Island, he and a partner opened up a subdivision at Qualicum, where, up till that  time there had been only one white settler.  They built 16 miles Of road, cleared the golf  course and built the original hotel. Next  he contracted to drive the horsedrawn  stage from Langley to Westminster. When  the B.C. Electric put through their inter-  urban line, he worked for them as a lineman.  With the outbreak of war in 1914, Mr.  Hill joined the Vancouver Island Timber-  wolves under Major Spurgeon who tried  to have the group formed into a regiment.  However, not being sufficient for a regiment, they were transferred to the 2nd  Canadian Mounted Rifles under the Command of Col. Henrieckcr. They went proudly to England in the full regalia of a mounted regiment and there they met their,, first  bitter.k disappointment. In place of/their  handsome uniforms ,they were issuctt with  drab khaki, Mr. Hill served, in France under Captain George Pearkes, who is mow  the Governor General, ' '  , Mr. Hill was wounded in 1918 and it  was thought he had lost the sight of both  eyes. However, he was attended by a  German doctor, a prisoner of war, who, by  cleaning and removing all the shrapnel,  restored the sight of one of his eyes.  Home in Canada onco again, Mr. Hill  went into the real estate business with  Captain Archer as partner.  He served for three years in the second . world war, training and Instructing  at Vernon, Bella Bella and the Aleutian Islands. Ho was C.S.M. at the Ozada prisoner of war camp in Alberta.  Following the 'dro* of his wife Nell in  m-U,, he made his home at Secheit. He  married his wife Frances in 1056 and they  recently celebrated their tenth wedding  anniversary at a banquet attended by 200  Harry Hill  Belle  in Vancouver.  Hill's daughters, Pat  guests at the Lulu  Hostesses were Mr.  and Lesley Hill.  During his 16 years' residence in the  Secheit area, Mr. Hill has been an enthusiastic worker for the Canadian Legion and  for senior citizens. He was instrumental  in forming the Secheit Branch of the  OAPO and has been its president since its  inauguration in April, 1965. His tireless  energy is mainly responsible for the development of this branch which now has a  membership of 155. He is also one of the  committee which is striving to formulate  a scheme acceptable to the government  for a senior citizens housing project in the  Secheit district. -  Wilson Creek  ���by Mabel Wagman  MANITOBA HOLIDAY  Mr. and Mrs. Stan Tyson Sr. have spent  a recent vacation in Holmfield, Manitoba,  where they were visiting daughter Ruth,  her.husband Ken Moffatt and grandchildren' Allen, Jimmy and Mary-Ann.  NEW  RESIDENTS  Pamela and Dave Raistrick and family, just out from Yorkshire, England, plan  to make their home here as they like this  area very much. ��  Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  John Browning recently was Mrs. Stewart  Robertson fro\m Prince George.  WEDDING SHOWER  ;,,A wedding shower was held at��� the home  of Mrs. ^Winston Robinson of Gibsons where  the guest of h^oW was Mrs. Judy West.  Those who attended were Mrs. Joe Ben-  ner, Mrs. We&t, Mrs. Joe Unger, Mrs. Irvine Benner, ] Mrs. Sigioun, Lin Sigioun,  Mrs. Sonny Benner, Mrs. Julie Boser and  Carol Boser. Many gifts were received  and were greatly appreciated.  Page 4  7     Secheit Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 25, 1?67  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula Motor  SECHELT, B.C.  Phone 885.2111 ��� Ted Farowell  n  fl  4  FOR QUICK RESULTS USE TIMES  ADBRIEFS TO SELL, RENT, BUY, ETC.  "See J. D. for Safety"  886-7751  H  ***&8:  i  m  i  fe*  USSt  Extension  Phones are  HANDY  PHONES  Save thousands of  steps for only pennies  a day. Get details this  week from-  B.C.TEL��  m  m  ?*  *  *#$ i  ->�����  ^  *.���$*  >  hfi  V^  v*v  us  * *  *^H  f  Axl  f  ^  <rt  b-^.  A  ?;*l  5'.*.' ���.  **  Ass'*-  *���*-*-->  Would You Get Such Values?  YOUR PENINSULA CENTRE  FOR FURNITURE, APPLIANCES   ��.v..'.,T.Sales-and+^  RICHTERS T.V. & RADIO LTD.  Secheit, B.C. Phone 885-4777  Peninsula Plumbing Ltd.  Phone 886-9533 Gibsons, B.C.  HEATING & SUPPLIES  FREE ESTIMATES  YOUR KEMTONE  SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT DEALER  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Box 489 - Secheit  Dealers for P.M. Canadien - McCulloch ��� Homelite -    ..Pioneer:and,5l-ihlrChoin,Sow*~,,,.-,>,ji-'-,,,v._,:,,.:,,���.,1-..  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Phono 886-2133  siatoMWM^wst^KmHltfWfhttwWsi���*^ I  MNW^E^^GA^iNCSi PI^IC^C��  i tkrt!^*^!"^!^***)^ ^"--H^  Gulf Building Supplies  Socholt, B.C.  j ���  <  4,..  AT SUKNYCREST SHOPPING CENTRE  �� *&��� tmrmm* f ���* Kp** ���'fo^  �� HtWM Mt*H(��** WWW* *W *#**iW!*W *"*����!-f  ^^Bimmmm  MMMMM^AAMMMMMMMMMEfipfMMMMMMMMMMMMmMi^  ft'CSfiWHrtlftWlJUfrM !���  tX..  i <.\  .* ft i.5 i'  #   *    I*   *   f   c  j,   tf>   ��*    >-    #     f   |4    Je    I     t    4*  .*,.<*     *<     ���* v-^ <vwfv  'Ml'"  ��,��'      fM  5  '   )   7     '   7 ' ' i t J  '_ _'_j :.  -V   -A;  1 ',  ,'.  LEGAL NOTICES  ^BORGU R, PBARKfes  *  tfieutenant-GdVerhor    '  thence westerly and southerly" along the-; Plan 1311R, *and that part of tot 688   Secheit:Peninsufa Tiiries *-  ,, 'JP^e'S  _._it__* , ^.���x-^_ ^.^a.^ �� t .^  shown on Plan 796R to the north east cor- > .    Wednesday, January 25, 1967 *?  tfer thereof:  "      -      iJ--* ���-*���������- s-  - ���  Division 'lll.i- Contract  Services'  any'work or service for, and, on 'behalf  of ahy*in$m1>er mtmMipa^ty^dfbefethan  Division IV ��� Local Works and Services  With respect to that part of the Regional  District not within a city, district^town  or village, the regional district has all  the powers of a district municipality  under Part XVI of the "Municipal Act"  except sections 589 and 590 and the  .provisions of the said Part; except  sections 589 and 590, apply mutatis  mutandis.  Division V ��� Refuse Disposal  1. The Regional District may acquire,  establish, maintain and operate refuse  disposal grounds and for this purpose  the provisions of clause (b) of subsection (1) and Clause (b) of subsection  (3) of section 534 of the "Municipal  Act" apply:  In testimony whereof, We have caused  these Our Letters to be made Patent  and the Great Seal of Our said  Province to be hereunto affixed.  Witness, Major-General the Honourable  George Randolph Pearkes, V.C., P.C.,  C.B., D.S.O., M.C., C.D., Lieutenant-  Governor of Out said "Province' of  British Columbia, in Our City of Vic-  toria\ in Our said Province, this 4th  day of January, in the year of our Lord  one thousand nine hundred and sixty-  seven, and in'the fifteenth year of Our  Reign.  By Command.  W.  D.  BLACK,  Provincial Secretary.  .   J-,    CANADA    '  ttBtpfa^CB OF BRITISH COLUMBIA      '  ' ELIZABETH the, SECOND, by, the Graced  olGod, of the United Kingdom, Canada  aM Her other Realms and Territories,  Queens Head   of   the  Commonwealth,  Defender of the Faith.    ������>  To all to whom these presents shall come���  '   -    greeting''   - '  dan campbell* /  i Minister of  , ,   Municipal Affairs  WHEREAS by section 766 of the "Municipal Act," on the recommendation of the  Minister tof Municipal Affairs, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council ihay, by Letters  Patent, incorporate any area of land within a school district or districts, and the  residents therein, into a regional district;  with such objects, powers, obligations,  duties, limitations and conditions as are  deemed in the public interest and as provided by the Letters Patent and the said  Act:  AND WHEREAS the conditions and  requirements of the said section 766 have  been" duly complied with:  NOW KNOW YE THAT by these presents We do order and proclaim that the  area of land hereinafter described and the  residents therin shall, on, from, and after  the date hereof* be incorporated as a  regional district under the said "Municipal  Act" and under and subject to the provisions hereinafter contained or referred to:  Division I ��� Constitution  1. The regional district shall be called and  known by the name and style of the  "Sunshine  Coast  Regional District."  2. The regional district shall comprise all  that tract of land hereinafter described:  Commenting -at the south west corner  of Lot 1663, Group I, New Westminster  District, being a point on the high  water mark of Howe Sound on the  westerly .shore 4hereof;4hence;,due.;��ast  to the middle line of Howe Sound;  thence in a general southerly direction  along said middle line through Montagu  Channel and Collingwood Channel (passing to the west of Bowen and Hutt  Islands and the ��ea,st of Worlcbmbo  .Island) and continuing- southerly- along  the center line of Collingwood Channel  produced southerly to a point which  lies, due west, of the. middle line of  Burrard Inlet at the entrance thereto;  thence1 west to the middle line of Strait  of Georgia; thence northerly along said  middle line to and along the middle  line of Malaspina Strait to the southerly  prolongation of the middle line of Jervis  Inlet; thence north easterly to and  along said middle line and that of  Hotham Sound-and continuing northerly  in Baker Bay to the south west corner  of Lot 3557, Group 1, New Westmjn.ster  Land District; thence due wes^lo the  westerly boundary of the streams'flowing into Jervis'Inlet; thence northerly  and easterly along the boundaries of  the watershed. of the streams'.flowing,  into Jervis inlet to the westerly  boundary of the watershed of the  streams flowing into Squamish River  and Howe .Sound; thence southerly  albng said boundary to the easterly  iboundary of the watershed of P.ottatch  Creek; thence south easterly along said  boundary, to the point thereon w,hich  lies due west of the north west corner  . of Lot 1663, Group 1, New Westminster  Land District; thence east to said corner; thence southerly along the westerly  ���boundary of Lot 1663 to the point of  commencement.  3. The member municipalities of the  regional district arc as follows:      -**  (a) Municipalities  The Corporation of the Village of  Gibsons   Landing  The Corporation of the Village of  Secheit  (b) Electoral Areas  Electoral   areas   "A",   "B",   "C",  "D", -'E'\ and "F" tho boundaries  of which are described in Appendix  * "A" attached to and forming, part  of these Letters'Patent.  4. The population deemed to bo o voting  unit in 1,000,  5. On or'Moire tho first day of Fcbrunry,  1907, the Councils of tho member municipalities, other than electoral areas,  shall appoint their requisite director or  directors, who shnU hold office until  the 31st day of January, 1968, or until  their respective successors are appointed, whichever In the later,  Ct Tbfl |lr��t elected Directors Jo represent  iKeTolocliorntIron? IhalF bo "cli'ded in  the year 1967 In accordance with the  provisions of section 772 of tho "Municipal Act"; and until such Directors  take office on the day proscribed In  section 773 of tho "Municipal Act," t)to  following persons are appointed Direct*  orn to represent the electoral arc an;  < ^ Electoral Area "A",' J,, pwnlop ,  Electoral Area "1V-, N. Wntson  ���        Electoral Area "C", K.'A, Prlllle  Electoral-Area "D", J, CGllkor  Electornl Aroa "IS", F. West  Electoral Area ,"K", J. I*, Wolvcrton  7. Tho first, meeting of the Regional  Hoard shall bo on lho 12th day of  January,   1007,   at  fi:00 'p.m,  In  tho  ;.-r-__^ ftjt|ii^ officer saT ii��o flpflf  election o( "elected Directors shall bo  tlio person fionppo'lnted by the Regional  Hoard. ,    ,;���/",,.  ,,��,,borrowed Jo jnect J m ^^  (���xitoiMlliuruii -of lho ttognnnl"Dl�� rlct   ,   ��nvc nnn cxprrt tnmom,, any'lann,  uxpunuiuiivN _'���'_,l"*   \ ��,     foroshore or   ant   covered by water lying  "of: this, -Regional' Btord  at ^hiph'^it INew Wekminstef'District, beingva point" on  passed - third   reading - provided'  the the high water iriark of- Malalspina Sttfait  *   motion    for*   adoption    receives���<, an , orithe north Easterly shore* thereof; therfce - 24&�� ^to the  south ,west -corner thereof;'' tfer thereof; thence north westerly in a  affirmative vote of a majority ot the easterly along the southerly boundary1:of ..thence ^southerly, and, easterly .along tho' straightvim�� to -the south-east corner of '.^a' *^,j;tiin-."t. *^��.. J^u'i.;.i^���  Directors,  having 'among, them'"- the .said Lot 6274 s to the south, east corner , westerly and southerly boiindaries of Lot, Lot 1, of.Lot;_69l, Plan 43$; thence north-   ^^^^^��^'^^4!^  majority of the Votes.                 -   ^v "thereof: thence northerly along the easterly ~2433/to/the- south' east eorner  thereof; erly along the easterly boundaries of Lots ' 'SllJ^Ti*>~   !r It   **i>ul     ^ *   >Z  ftMi^ii       p   .^.     'a*   ��� '��� u.* boundaries of^ Lots1 6274, 6275 and 6^76,40" thence^ easterly   southerly, and   Westerly i, 2', 3/4, 5 and 6 of said Plan 4399 to the - KK^v^S^^M fS*wk^S  Divlslpn II - Reglohal and Cornmunity the1 most sotittierly south westerner of Lot "along tbe northerly, easterly and southerly notth east' corher of said Lot 6; thehec   ^^^ i^a straight line to, the south west  1        .         Planning                   - -, , ^; ^e^ce ��asterly and northerly along ���*��� boundaries  of L6t 2434 to' the easterly dde, north to the sbhtherly botmdarV of Lot  1. The provisions of sections' 795'to 798D the southerly arid easterly ^bouhdarifeis. oft  inclusive of the "Municipal Act" apply said Lot 2791 to the north < east' ���e0rhef  to the Regiofaal DistWct-           ;, thereof;   thence^ easterly ��� and' northerly  fes^of lot 2816 toJiu? mos^youAerirsouth'   ^;Wttenw^&e^V<��nFK' e^teS oomidarieT flfLoiTBTX 'ff M��S"iwS  'S5e^L-^ifei&_^ ^?fi_?*^ S5^  bottter otilM 356^} then��e hortherl^' alofig  the'westerly boundaries of Lot3 3563, 3564  1. The 'Regional .District may .undertake   ^st cotn6T ^ r^^; thence easterly and    boundaries of Lots 5265, Z4?7,< 1312 aftd m   corner thereof; thence" northerly along toe ;f&^w^^S^iS^Sti?! ^VEH  4 mA ~ "a*"i- * A^^u^t        ...    . ..   ,     , .    *- --   to the south east corner of said? Lot ty4;    easterly boundaries 'df Lots 446��f 4475, 2^14   ^S^J^Sti. xA t^fSJ^t Se  Whence  easterly, _southerly arid. Westerly   ahd 2912 to .the north *ast cornet Of did   .SE^SSS^ 51 tSSS! !5t  northerly along the southerly and easterly,  to the south east corner of gti&t Lot $W4;  boundaries of said lot 849 to the south west  'ftVBSB��i)M**e*VWWlHi��),tiii**����  APPENDIX  "A"  Description of Electoral Areas of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Electoral Area "A"  Commenctag at the most southerly south  west corner of Lot 6274, Group  1,  New  Westminster District, being a point on the  high water mark of Malaspina Strait on  the  north easterly  shore  thereof;  thence  easterly   along   the   southerly   boundary  of said Lot 6274 to the south, east corner  thereof; thence northerly along the easterly  boundaries of Lots 6274, 6275 and 6276 to  the most southerly south west corner of  Lot  2791;   thence ^easterly   and  northerly  along the southerly"'and easterly boundaries  of said Lot 2791 to the north east corner  thereof;   thence   easterly   and   northerly  along the southerly and easterly boundaries.  ot Lot 2816 to the most southerly  south  west corner of Lot 849;  thence easterly  and   northerly   along   the   southerly   and  easterly boundaries of said Lot 849 to the  south west corner of Lot 2548; thence easterly along the southerly boundaries of Lots  12548, 2547 and 2546 to the south east corner  of Lot 2546;   thence  northerly  along the  easterly boundary of .said Lot 2546 to the  north east corner thereof; thence easterly  along the northerly boundary of Lot 2544  to the north east corner thereof;  thence  easterly in a  straight line  to the north  west cornier Of Lot 1271; thence easterly  along the northerly boundary of said Lot  1271 to the north east corner thereof, being  a point on the high water mark of Secheit  Inlet on the westerly shore thereof; thence'  due east to the middle line lof said Secheit  Inlet;   thence  north  westerly   along   said  middle line  of Secheit Inlet to  a   point  ���thereon which lies due west of the north  west corner of Lot 4437; thence east to said  corner; thence easterly along the northerly ,  boundary of,.'said Lot 4437 to the north east  corner thereof;, thence north easterly in a  'straight' lino, to the south west corner of  Lot 3335; thence northerly along tho westerly  boundary of said Lot 3335 to the north west  corner thereof;��� thence north easterly in  a straight line to the south west corner  of Lot 3337; thence northerly and easterly  along the westerly and northerly boundaries of sajd Lot 3337 to; the north,east  corner thereof; thence northerly along tho  westerly boundary of Lot 3338 to the north  west corner thereof; thonco north easterly  In a straight lino to the south west corner  of Lot 3563;  thence northerly along the  westerly boundaries of Lots 3563, 3564 and  3505 to the north west corner, of said Lot  3565 j   thenco duo  north  to tho  northern  boundary of  tho  watershed of Chlckwat  ���Creek;L,thchco��lnj.a���gonoraL.north,����asterly-  dlrectlon along said watershed and the prolongation   |h��reof... north   easterly   to, the  westerly boundary of tho watershed of the  streams flowing Into Squamish River and  Howi.v Sound; thence northerly along said  of. Lot 1271; thence easterly along the  northerly boundary of said Lot 1271 to the  north east corner thereof, being a point ^on.  the high water mark of Secheit Inlet; on  the westerly shore thereof; thence due east,  -to the middle line of- said. Secheit Inlet;  thence jn a general southerly direction  along the said middle line and the middle  line of Porpoise Bay (passing to the east  of Poise Island) to the point of intersection  with the northerly boundary, of the Village  of Secheit as described,in the British Columbia Gazette under date of July 14, 1966;  thence' in "a* general south easterly and  southerly 'direction along the north easterly^  and easterly boundaries of the said Villager  of Secheit to the south east corner, thereof;  thence due south to the .middle lute'"of  Strait of Georgia; thence in a\!general  north westerly direction along the "-said  middle line of the Strait of Georgia and  the middle line of Malaspina Strait to a  point thereon which lies due west of the  aforesaid south west corner of Lot 6274,  Group 1, New Westminster District; thence  east to said paint being the point of commencement. ��t>  Save and except thereout any lands,  foreshore or land covered by water lying  within the corporate limits of any city, dis-  trictf town or village'municipality or, any  land, foreshore or land covered by water  that may be hereafter incorporated therein.  Electors! Area "C"  Commencing at the south west corner  of Lot 1321, Group 1, New Westminster  District, being a point on the high water  mark of the Strait of Georgia on the north  easterly shore thereof; thence northerly  along the westerly boundaries of Lots 1321,  6213 and 3312 to the north west corner of  said Lot 3312; thence easterly along the  northerly boundary of said Lot 3312 to the  most northerly north east corner thereof;  thence northerly and easterly along the  westerly and northerly, boundary of Lot  1629 to the north east corner thereof;  thence northerly along the westerly boundaries of Lots 3380, 3553 and 4219 to the  north west corner of said Lot 4219; thence  easterly along the' northerly boundary of  said Lot 4219 to the > south west corner of  Lot  3374;   thence   northerly   and   easterly  thereon which lies due south ���" of aforesaid  south .west corper of Lot 1321, Group 1,  New Westminster District;' thence north  to said corner being the point of commencement. v  Save and except thereout any lands,  foreshore .or land.covered by- water lying  within the corporate limits of any city,  district, town or village municipality or  any land, foreshore or land covered by  water -which may be hereafter incorporated  therein.  Electoral Area "E" *  Commencing- at the ��� south West corner  of Lot 685, Group 1, New Westftiihster District, being a point'on theJughVater mark  of Shoal"Channel^ on the norjth west,'shore  thereof; thence northerly along the westerly- boundaries of Lots' 685 and 686 'to the  north west corner of said Lot 686; thence  north easterly in a straight line to the  south west corner -of Parcel F, Lot, 688,  Plan 1345R on file in -the Ladd Registry  Office, Vancouver; thence northerly along  the westerly boundary of said Parcel F  and continuing northerly along the westerly  boundaries of Lots 11, 10, 9, 8, 7 and 6  of Plan 7392 to the north west corner of  said Lot 6, Plan 7392; thence due west.to  the easterly boundary of Parcel C, Plan  1235R; thence northerly along the easterly  boundaries of Parcel C, Plan 1235R; Parcel A, Plan 383R; Lot 3, Plan 11545; amended, Lot N and Lot L, Plan 7945; Parcel 11,  Plan 1416R; Parcel E, Plan 13ilR and that  part of Lot 688 shown on Plan 798R, to  the north east corner thereof; thence' north  westerly in a straight line to the south  east corner of Lot 1 of Lot 691, Plan 4399;  thence northerly along the easterly boundaries of Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of said  Plan 4399 to the north east corner of said  Lot 6; thence due north to the southerly  boundary of Lot 914; thence" westerly along  the southerly boundary of said Lot 914 to  the  '.south   west   corner  thereof;   thence  northerly and westerly along the easterly  and northerly boundaries of Lot 1657 to  the  iiorth'  west   corher   thereof;. thence  northerly along the- easterly "boundaries of  Lots 4468, 4475, 2914 a"nd 2912 to the horth  east corner of said Lot 2912;; thence .^westerly along the northerly* boundary. o�� Lot  29*1? to the most northerly north west,cpi>  westerly ahd northerly along the Southerly  and westerly boundaries ofv said Lot 2433  to the north west corner thereof; thence  northerly And easterly along the westerly  and' northerly boundaries of Lot 2432 to  the south east corner of Lot 3298; thence  northerly along the easterly boundaries of  Lots 3298 and" 3301 to the north east corner  of Lot -3301; thence westerly arid northerly  along -f-he" southerly anot westerly boundaries- of Lot- 3304 to 'the* north -west corner  thereof; thence- northerly���along-the���westerly  boundaries" of- Lots  3306,  3310,  3282  and the easterly boundaries of Lots 3281  and 3284 to, the. north east corner of said  Lot 3284; thence northeasterly in a straight  line to the, south West corner of Lot 3272;  thence northerly along the westerly boundary of said Lot 3272^ to the north west corner -thereof; -thence northerly in a 'straight  lineto the south west corner of Lot" 354  being a-point on-the high Water mark,of  Sainton Inlet on the--southerly -shore thereof, thence north westerly in a straight line  in- a direction perpendicular to" the general  direction of the  shoreline to the, middle  'line -of said< ^Salmon -Inlet;  thence south  westerly along said, middle, line and the  prolongation thereof south westerly to the  .point-of-iltersectibn. with the middle line  of  Secheit   Inlet;   thence' north   westerly  along; said- middle line of Secheit Inlet to  a point thereon which lies due west of the  north 'west corner of Lot 4437; thence east  to" said, corner; thence easterly alOng the  northerly boundary of said Lot 4437 to the  .���north-east corner thereof;  thence north  easterli-yin^a ^straight line to the south west  corner of Lot 3335; thence northerly along  the westerly boundary of said Lot 3335 to  the north "wes^ corner thereof; thence north  easterly in a  straight line to the south  west corner of Lot 3337; thence northerly  and easterly along the westerly and northerly boundaries of said Lot 3337 to the north  corner of Lot 1663J Grodp 1,  /estmirister, Land. District;  thence  said, conier; thence* southerly along  ifresterly boutidary of JLot 1663 to' tfie  aforesaid south west corher'thereof, being  the,point Of, commencement.  i' Save; and -.except theteottt, any lands,  foreshore "or land' covered tJ>y- water lying  Wi-^^tHe:-corporate:limits of"any city,  district^ town ^ or: ^village .municipality or  land, foreshore ot land covered' by water  that may'bei*bere^fter?incoTpbrate-l ffiere*  ins r. ; > V-a- ' ���     '.'���**   '  - '  - If you don't find! hi your  V ."fovounte. s*Qre,'our-*��� - ,  KIPPERJED HERRING FILLETS  KIPPERED. WHOLE HERRING  SMOKED OYSTERS  .t!YE PRAWNS,  - COOKED PRAWNS  AND OTHER-  ���;'.'. LOCAL CRACKING  that are in season,  ' buy at our plant ot  JAMES WHARF  -    ' ffoiin 9-12 noon 1 to 5 p.m. daily  V Seeheft Fishery.��� Box 11  ,���.���,-?.-, SECHELT,B.C.  along the westerly and northerly boundaries .,  of Lot 3374 to the south east corner of Lot j; net thereof,-being ^-point oh the. eastejly  3296; thence northerly along the easterly 7'.boundary,^f^L>V'-S19idWn^--in.^-5general  boundary of said Lot 3296 and the westerly >. southerly and westerly-direction along the  boundary of Lot 3303 to the north west    easterly, and^^ sodtherly. boundaries��<of sdid  corner of said Lot 3303;  thence easterly  along the southerly boundary of Lot 3307  to the south east corner thereof;  thence  northerly along the westerly boundaries of  Lots   3306,   3310, - 3282   and   the   easterly  boundaries of Lots 3281 and 3284  to the  north east corner of said Lot 3284; thence  north easterly in  a  straight line to the  south  west   corher  of   Lot  3272; ; thence  northerly along the westerly boundary of  said  Lot 3272  to  the  north  west  corner  thereof; thence northerly in a straight line  to the south west corner of Lot 354 being a  point on the high water mark of Salmon  Inlet on the southerly shore thereof; thence  north westerly in a straight line in a direction perpendicular to the general direction  of the shoreline tb i the middle line of said  Salmon Inlet; thence south-westerly along  said   middle   line   and  thereof  south   westerly  intersection with the middle.line.of Secheit  Inlet;    thence   in   a    general   southerly  direction along the said middle line and'  the middle line of Porpoise Bay (passing  to the/east of Poise Island) to the point,  of intersection with the northerly boundary  of the Village of Secheit as described Jn  the British Columbia Gazette under date  ol July 14; 1966; thence In a goncral south  easterly and southerly direction along the  northeasterly and easterly boundaries of  the said Village of Secheit to tho south  east corner thereof; thence duo south to  the middle lino of Strait of Georgia; thence  south easterly along said /middle lino to  a point thereon which lies, duo south of  the aforesaid south "west corner of Lot  1321,, Group l.Now Westminster District;  thence north to tho said corner ,boing the  point of commencement, ,   .  Save and except thereout any lands,  foreshore or land covered by wnter( lylnn  within tho corporate limits of any city,  district, town or vlliago municipality, or  *��lond,-fore8horo��or��lnnd-covoredJby"*wntor-  whleh may be hereafter incorporated there-  ���������'in. ��������� ���������;:'i ���' '    -���'-���   ' ��� ���   Electoral Area ��p".  Commencing ot the south west corner  boumi-u-y'To"tho" northerly b?un<tory:'of7h��   of Lot .1321, Group 1, New Westminster Dls-  watershed of Jervis Inlet; thenco westerly    Wet, being a point on the high water mark  and   southerly   along  the  [northerly   and   of the Strait of Georgia on the north e��nt-  westerly ' boundary * of said watershed to. a  point thereon which lies duo west of tho  sout,h west corner of Lot 3557, Group 1,  Now WeNtmlniUer District; thonco east to  tho middle line of Baker Boy; thenco In  a general southerly and westerly direction-  along  the nnld  middle lino and that of  llothnm Sound  nnd Jervis Inlet and the  middle llho of said Jervis Inlet produced  south westerly to tho middle lino of Mala-  ���si>lnn���Strftlt;���thcnco.,Gouthi...eastorly�����long  tho middle lino of said Malaspina, Strait  to a poln| thereon which lle�� duo west of  the  aforesaid  south west corner of Lot  0274, Group 1, New WcHtmlnslcr District;  thenco east to said corner, being tho point  Lo| 919 to the easterly/bouridJiry of-Lot  5265; thence southerly along the easterly  boundaries of Lots '5265, 2477, 1312 and 904  to the south east corner of said Lot. 904;  thehce easterly,'. southerly and. westerly  along the northerly, easterly arid southerly  boundaries of Lot '906 to'; the most; southerly  : south west ���<��� corner of said ' Lot 906, being  ;a; point on the high water mark of the  .Strait, of, Georgia 'on the, north easterly  shore thereof; thence due sooith ,to.'.. the  point of ��� intersection with the. middle. line r  of Strait of Georgia;'...Jthetice south easterly  along said middle line to a point .thereon  which lies due ���south..of a point oh a line  drawn in, ,9; south, easterly direction '.perpendicular to the general '.direction of the  shoreline, from the south west corner of  Lot 685, Group l, New Westminster\Dls-  the prolongation trict; the said point being 1>000 feet''from,  to the point of the said corner; thehce north to said point;  thence riorth westerly in a straight line  to the south west corner of Lot 685, being  'the point of commencement'         ��� > Save and except any lands, foreshore or  land covered..,by water lying within the  corporate limits of any city, district, town  or village municipality or any land, foreshore or land covered by water* which may  bo hereafter incorporated therein/  PUBLIC ShSVST  ���!:'-��� i'  Electoral  Area  "F"   I  Commencing at the south west corner  of Lo| 1663, Group 1, Wfow Westminster  District, being a point on the high water  mark of Howe Sound oh the westerly shore  ' thereof;' thence due east to the ihiddlo  lino of Howe Sound; thenco in a general  southerly direction along said middle line  through Montagu Channel and Collingwood  Cjinnnol (passing to tho west of Bowen  and Hutt Islands and tho east of Worl-  combo Island) ,and continuing southerly  along tho center lino of Collingwood Channel produced southerly to a point which  Jips��duo.-WCsU,ot���tho,���mlddloJlne��oL.Burri.,  rnrd'lnieji at tho entrance thereto; thenco  duo west to �� point which,lies duo south  of a point on a lino drawn in a south easterly direction perpendicular to tho goncral  direction ��� of tho shoreline from the south  west corner of Lot 6f}5, Qroup l, Now Westminster District; the said point being 1,000  feet from tho said corner; thonco'north to  erly shore thereof; thenco northerly���ralong    said point; thence In ft general north east- (  THE iNtERNATlONAt OftDEl^0��Ptblii6Httl^  ��� ���-"��� ,'.���'������ '���  '.'  ;���.'..(������'...���',���''  ���''���V:,n---*4i-r-|jE|;';r^  .������"    ������   :-.-���.',������ ��� ���������������'--'���������;f ���pf'|^b'it^  miss km nt lipiiii  HONOURED d^/Sf-atcf  AND HER OFFICERS  ���*��,  \  i  s   i  ,"���   i.  y<<  JANUARY 28, 19S7  8:00 p.m.  ROBERTS. C&EEE"t,  | ^*'j^.(��*is^^��te''^''rtM<w**-to^ E  /////////////////yr/y//^^  ��� ',''.'.     .     '.    "... ������,-",  ., ���:���.    i,..i :.,���.������'���::;',.,', :���/���.'���������"'- ''' "'' '��� - .��� ��  In' tho year 1007 may In the i\Ki?rognh-  qqual  $15,000,00   nnd   shall  ��>i>   repaid  i out of the revenues ot the current and  ,". subsequent year,  ^.Notwithstanding sections 172 and 223  ot tho "Municipal Act", anil by-law  pursuant to section 7H3 or 785 of that  Act which hns received third rending  within tho corporate limit*-of any city,  district, town or village municipality or  any land, foreshore or land covered by  wnlor thnt nifty be hereafter Incorporated  tjtorolr-,. ,        ��� ,     V  Eloetoral Ar���� "BI*  Commencing   nt   tho   most   southerly  n\fty^,ftd��^i��Al.ilW^ro<}JW !<01 WM. 0^OUP l��  i. i  the westerly '"bound a ries of Lots 1331, 62lH  and 3312 to the north cast corner of said  IM M12; thonco ensterly along tho north  orly boundary of said Lot 3312 to tho most  northerly north east corner thereof; thonco  northerly nnd ensterly nlong tho westerly  and northcrfy boundary of Lot 1620.to the  north cast corner thereof; thonco northerly  along the westerly, boundaries 'of Lots 3380,  ^sa^nndJ^l^Jp^.thqjip.rthjiveti.Leorn.cr^QL  finid'I'Ot "1210; thence easterly .along, the  northerly boundary of aald I<ot 4219 to the  south west corner^of Lot 3374; thenco northerly and easterly along tho westorly nnd  northerly boundaries of Lot 3371/to the  "-smrth-"*a-ftr*"C��rw^^  w.norU)crly.^Along���iho^oaj-tfiriy^boundary^ot  said Lot 325K1 and tho westerly boundary  of l,ot 3303 lo tho north west corner of said  Lot 3303; thonco easterly and southerly  along the northerly and ensterly boundary  of Lot 3303 to the tfouth east corner thereof; thonco ensterly nlong the northerly  boundary of Lot 3301 to tho north east cor-  liVr thereof; thenco southerly along the  ensterly boundnrles or I/)ts 3301 .nnd"3208  , to tho south en��t corner of said, I����t -32M;  \  \ t  orly   direction  1,000  foot  porpondlcularly  dlstnnt from and pnrnUcl to the high wnter  mark of Shoal Channel on tho westerly  shore thorcot to tho point ot Intersection  with a straight lino 'drawn easterly and In  n direction perpendicular to tho gonornl  direction of tho shoreline from tho most  ensterly  north  enst  corner  of  Lot 680,;  thenco   westerly   to  said   corner;   thenco  jvc-iterly, .northe,rly���.��nd jvestcTly,���nlohgJhe-.���,  northerly, easterly nnd northerly . bounda*  rles of said Lot 680 to the north west corner  thereof; thenco north ensterly In a straight'  lino to tho soutli west corner of parcel F,  Lot 088, Plnn 134511 on file in tho Land  "ltegistTy*<Hfle*-*V^  .crlywAlongr4ho,.westorly~<boundary��of^iiUkl<<n'  Parcel F and continuing northerly nlong  tho westerly boundaries of Lota 11,  10,  ft, 8, 7 and fl of Plnn 7302 to tho north west  corner of said Lotfl, Plan 7803; thonco duo.  west to tho ensterly boundary of Parcel C,  Plnn  1235U;  thenco  northerly  along tho  , enslfltly   boundnrles   of  Parcel  C,   Plnh  mm; Parcel A, Plan SWIl; Lot 3, PUn  11545; "nmended T-ot N'nnd'Lot L, Plnn  Sale price of 20% oW  tho regular price appiles to tho clOanf^B of all loose rugs-  ���- .1. SALE ENDS - 8ATURDAYr FEMIUARY-lflth 'J^" *-<-  "Pl��^ ftUow two weoka for  ^ delivery.  WlllH^ft  �����'  ������������,,,*,���,,  Phono S35-S627 - Secheit, P��.C.  i'  7045;. pnrcei:iH,;;pinn i4WR;: parcel ;E,- btmuiimttmmmmmiiiMmmmmmmmmmirmimiimimrjm  ^a*H��<������*WttWPW!iirt��*��*>" \^>gmwt&itm&^<-mi(^*iiti-  *\  j:  ^��**i��-4i t\-  x: >' 7  ft  \uu  I '  Fins and Tails  ���By Tom Porter  ��HE MANAGEMENT of our Pacific salmon   whether   sport   or   commercial  comes under the federal  department, of'  fisheries. It is this department's duty td1-.  govern .and enforce  the laws under the  "Fisheries, Act." In" theory this would appear to be rather straight-forward but in  practice, to this writer, it is. as confusing  as trying to untangle a bird's nest during  a gale force wind with cold hands.  From Gower Point along the coast to  Malaspina Strait then into Jervis Inlet down  through "the Skookurachuck and into Porpoise Bay fthereare seventy-six well-known .  and well-fished bays and points. In between, there is over one hundred miles of  snort eline where you will find boats of all  she's In the search for fish. The salmon  that frequent these waters%are the targets  of commercial and sport fishermen alike.  The department of fisheries, in its own  little mismanaged way, has seen fit to allo-  ; cate three men (not counting the overseer  in Powell River) one patrol boat and two  speed boats for the policing of this vast  fisherman's haven. To top it off one of  the fisheries officers is; stationed at Squa-  mish and only comes over to the Peninsula  on occasion.  How in heavens name can the department expect to conduct an. effective control over the illegal taking of fish on the  Peninsula with just the services of two  men. We are extremely fortunate to have  two officers as conscientious and as hard  working as the two stationed in Pender  Harbour but, come on Ottawa, they are  only human!  How the 'minister of fisheries, expects  these two men to check on the sport fishermen mooching in Sargents Bay and the  Herring Boats in Egmont channel at the  same time or even the same day is beyond  me.  I have in the past had several occasions  to try and reach a fisheries officer for one  reason or another.and have been'Unsuccessful for the most part During the summer  months it is almost impossible. This is  through ho fa*uit of the two officers stationed on the Peninsula; I cannot emphasize too-muc^i the tremendous job these  two are'b^ing;Thrfault lies in the organization of the department of fisheries.  To this -writer there -appears either, a  lack of communication between the field  aid the niihister of fisheriesor a lack of  mterest between the minister and the field.  Jtaioth^  my job is policy. ."  A case- in-point is-the--ling cod closure  during .December, January and February.  The department of fisheries brought about  this do^sdre due .to the alarming decline of  ling on the Pacific coast especially in the  - strajtf ��Thiswwas>. an ^excellent; and*-worth-  whfle move but why the devil don't they  publicize the fact. The only posters I have  seen regarding the closure on ling are the  ones stating the size and limit of salmon.  If you look closely you will see on some  of them a rubber stamp stating���ling cod  closed Dec., Jan., Feb. The only other official publication I have seen mentioning the  closure is the Tidal Waters Sport Fishing  Guide for 1966. This guide is- sometimes  hafder for "J6hn Pliblic -tifla.Y his hands on  than,, a 40-pound, tyee, (I. had to send to  \3c^a ior *mihe):_       '.��� \ '\  y If you have read this'far',! Imagme ,���yau'  a-re,n*-tog.���u^this70ung;pup has an answer  to the'r problem 'ofpolicing our waters'or  is he just' shooting from the"lip? Well,' I  do^n't pretend to have the complete solution', I an*(,n6tjthat vain, yet, but I have  am -idea ymSHrJ."believe wUl'help elevfate  a part of- the "impossible burden oh ,the  fishery officer-especially here on the Pen*  -insula. ; ���     ' ;. ������  z" To help goverii the regulations pertaining 'to',the commercial fishing' industry, I  believe that deputy >. officers should b6  either appointed or solicited from among  the ranks of the fishermen. After all they  have the most to gain by proper,conservation methods ( and the most to lose due to  the decline or extenction of the marketable  fish. The pilchard is an example. Pilchard  a few years.ago contributed to a.fair chunk  Page 6 Sechel* Peninsula Times        Wednesday, Jqnuory -2?/ %9&_  BRYAN E. BURKINSHAW  SERVING THE SUNSHINES COAST  ZURICH LIFE QF CANADA  , > Box 500 i Gibsoni, B.C.  ���jm��  -> ...  f?y ^',,s0��^  Secheit Bowling  -*���..' ---by Eve Moscrip  MARY HENDERSON in: the Matinee League topped, the gals, this, week. -With 750  (301).  Frank Newton in. the, Commercial  League was .high; irian- with, 74$.' (28$).  LEAGUE SCORES ! "-  Buckskins: Mike Johnson -660 - (25G), Ann  Joe 564 (236). '���-;������',." '���;������,���.-   ���',  .. " ��� Ladies':: Lil McCourt - 695  (-274), -Susan  Read 277, May Walker 25S?' -Rose Rbdway  286:.:- ."-.���'   ..,:'-":'.-    :'- !���:,-. ���".-'��������� :.;."��� .v-  Ladies'' matinee:- Mary,Henderson- 750  (301)', Hazel Skytte' 273.. '.;;   ��� ��� �����'-*",.'������  Pender: Ron Peckraht* 695,: Evelyn Harrison 292. ��� ��� _'��� -  -     - ���-;���:     ������������...  Commercial: Frank Newton 743 (288),  Ted Kurluk 706 (275), A*udrey Benner 628,  Mary Henderson 278.  Sports Club: Hazel Skytte 619 (22��),- Lil  McCourt 605 (227), Roy Taylor 667 (241). ;  Ball & Chain; (JailIUt<3u\e 647 (271, 251),  Gladys Ritchie 624 0258), Jack Goeson 635.  TEN PINS' ���   Mixed: Gordon McCourt 493-(174), Lola  Caldwell5i423^ Ena-Ai^trohgH158;;,L^i~w^,s  SCH09L LEAGUES  Seniors: Allah Hemstreet 395 (213),  Linda McKinnell 375 (212).  Juniors: Brad Allan 284 (174), Laurie  Allan 285  (163).  '.-..'    P^9��sus style  FAST footwork resulting-froih long player in Saturday's game but de-  hours of practice,' helps-Ronnie PieHe spite valiant attempts the local lads  steal ball from hefty CKLG .Top Cats    suffered" defeat     -  57  ons  Neatheader . ^  SECHELT Chiefs met tough^opposi-   ning streak scoring 1-0 win oyer vista f c.  ing team. Teddy Joe who scored the '  lone goal heads the ball into scoring  position during second half of the  game. Chiefs are still on top of Divi-  tion playing New Canadians on  the reserve last Sunday. A bitter  southeaster swept the field throughout game making playing difficult  but the Chiefs maintained their win-  sion 5 soccer.  Deieat Local 297  ing  TED Joe of the men's league rolled high  triple of the week with 789, and high  single of the lanes with 365. �����  Ladies Coffee: Phyllis Hoops 583 (236),  Dot Deppiesse 508��� Dina Wilson 513, Melody Henry 505.. ^- ���  Gibsons A: Ken'Herman. 633, Frank  Nevens 639, Freeman Reynolds 6$4, .Art  Holden 619, Red-Day 240; Carol Marks -247.  ..j��eachers Hi:.,Art^Holden. 665- (265),. Alec  Merlihg 683 (286), Joan Whielding'254, John t  Wilson. 612r P^ddyjRicb3rds9n"620; Sylvia'  Bingley 648, (24i, 261), ten Ellis ,252.  Commercials: Jack Clement 668 (278),  Murray Crosby, 254, Alf Iwinn 631 (256),  Harold Jorgenson- 670, 'Frank -Nevens .761  (253^ 273),, Dave ;Hdpk!n^624 (260), Lorne  Gregory 640 ,'(2*9)." r._���, \-r'^ '- . ���''...', -j.  Port .Mellon- Norm ^risteiansOn' 247,  Gordon Taylor'6l2,; Wolf Rieehe '602 (250),  L6n'Ellis?247; -ehris"Wood:610 (268); -  Mens: Wayne Larson 631 (255), Dorcy  Lef4er'V^''<:-I^''ai6e-..;789.r.-(3i5l' 253), Dick  ^Bullis''-'255r'':':''';*.'''''i :*-�����������;'���,?��� ���>..��� ���;-,.-���':.;������ ���������;.���'   .; ' '  Juniors: Karen Brignall 411 (226), BUI  Hobson   3191 (177),'  Martin , Kiewite, 246,,  Wayne Wright 447 (304), Ian McKenzie 268  (154), Ricky Wiome 251, Brian McKSnzie  240, Robert; Solnik 269, Stephen Rigby, 286.  of \the' fishing industry's dollar but today  they no longer exist in our fishery, due  y1 wholly to- the. lack of conservation.  u   Tor  the 'sport  fishing : industry,   th)e  marina; operators and beat rental managers  should . be, 4eputiz(3d. Very ' few , operators  ' condone the actions of persons breaking the  'regulations and those "who look the other  way" should not bo in tho business.  "As* with  the commercial boys,  these  men depend upon the availability of sport  HIGH-kicking CKLG Top Cats outside right sends ban speeding, towards goal area'" giving Pegasii��  player. Ken Verhulst;no. chance to  intercept in last Satur;da$��s game at  Lose 2-4 . J..   r:'.\- -.':'���[.���:��� 7;:-\  No defence  Hackett Park. Visiting team seemed  to be more powerful than local lads  and final, score was 4-2 for the Top  Cats.  esidentao  ers win  nineplayers  Tli i rd c@nsecytive defeat  topples Fegosys home gome  PEfJASUS^-F.C. vweht down in dismal de-  ���: feat.loir:rthe?;.third:'.m  urdaty' atiH-a^ .-Playing5 Without  centre-AhaK--Ken: Bland,- "who .has. quit the  ciub,: Pegasus deience; ihad a> tough i time  keepingiorgia^izedh CKLG- Top'Cats^'spnt  thfeni -i wide -open; .on ��� --eyeral occasion's - and  within "the'first -two .minutes' had'forced a  goal and three',corner"Ideks.' ���  '. ^egsid^enderp,s^med to have.trouble  .kicking the'bail 'more' .than .a-'few,'feet and  *as.a"tesult they,fpuhd,teen)selyes in one  predicament after another. Frankie Hoehne  played' a good game lii goal in'spite of the  fact that he got very little protection. He  made, many brilliant saves, including one  from point blank; range.  ���   Top Cats outside right scored pn a perfect shot from 20 yards  out which had  - Frankie beaten'for height and it was 2-0.  Then the Pegasus forwards showed some  fire,, apd after several near misses Roland  August Intercepted, a ball, cut inside beat  f one defender and fifed a Jow curving shot  that Was .labelled 'goal' aU the way.  ���    Pegasus put' the ball in net again when  Tony Paul tapped' home from a goalmouth  the ball control to bring it off. Final score  Top Cats 4, Pegasus F.C 2.  ��� 'Why shouldn't I call my wife an angel?  She's always up in the' air about something,  always harping pn/my^auits and never has  "an earthly thing to wear.-   ���       '       ���'"''.'"'���"'  DIV;  5  Residential Tigers,, bounced back  from their 16-0 defeat at the hands of  the Totems last week, to win 1-0 over Local  297, and with only nine players.  Tigers scored on a two-man breakaway  with Vince Paull the marksman. Then they  packed the defence and although the Locals  raided the goal almost constantly Tigers  miraculously held them out. David Taylor  was a standout in goal, and Ian Yates was  a going concern. Mike Musgrove was robbed of goals on at least two occasions by  Taylor's tenacious goaltending.  Totems won by default oyer Roberts  Creek who failed to show up.  Div. 7 Gibsons Legion be^t Secheit Can-  fbr 2-6 but details of goal scorers weren't  available at press time. It was a game of  confusion, with both teams wearing green  and white stripes. Pity the poor referee.  It, seems incredible that with so many  colors to choose from, three teams would  buy the same colors  Res. Braves dumped Res. Cubs 8-0. It  was a one-sided affair with the smaller  Cubs putting up a spirited but ineffective  resistance. Eugene Baker scored five  goals, Jackie Timothy two. and Allan Edmunds one.  LEAGUE STANDINGS AS OF JAN. 22  Division 5  P W  L  D GFGA Pt  Res. Totehis ������ U 9  Local 297  ���_ 10  4  Tigers   ���.������...,_.   9  2  Roberts Creek   8  1  L  0  3  7  6  Division 7  Res  Braves  -���,��� 10  7   1  Gibsons Legion ... 10  6. 2  Secheit Legion    9.6  3  Res. Cubs  ........ 10   2   8  SechelUCanfor .:.."'9' 18  69    4  13   16  8  7  37  22  19  2  '4  49  28  5  3  10  48  20  20  U  4  3  16  14  12  i��e royally^  start ypyr  sawoogsoow  scramble. Tho Top Cat back deflected tho  flsji; Take away , the fish and"you,{ak6 ball into the goal with'his hand in a vain  away the fisherman.         ��        '        >'     > effort to make th6 save. Unfortunately for  ���  To make this wprk the ''deputy fishery Pegasus, the referee disallowed tho goal  officer" wpuld have to havo the authority and warded a penalty kick which Gordon  itdfihbld.'/any^'perBo^  regulations until thp arrival ".of a govern- to upset the homo team and was the turn-  ment official/ Lroallze that these, deputies ing point'In thp gahib'. Half-time. Pegasus  I believe 1, Top,Cats 2.            ., ,                 r  would have to bo reimbursed but  it, would bo monoy well spent. Anything  would bo hotter than, the situation wo now  have, Two mop, one boat and over 100  miles of coastline.      , , ��� , s  ^im//////mi/////////j/m//////////jm///Ju//j/j///m///im///MM//////fi////rs  All your plumbing, heating  t ,      , ' ,'.''' ...  and electrical requirements can be  met with  C. J. PLUMBING&H  Socholt, B,C.  Box 368  CHUCK JONES  885-2878  TOM PORTER  885-9364  PUffin iMfft* i�� kwt>iiHit*>* *i* ��M-ffftt ��  *!(pll(>Mi l*l"*W>il t**|WiHrtt|* ��ti*'��'  In the second half Pegasus was gojng *'  all out ,but, Top C/its scored ori a series of  dpfchslvo brrprs, Pegs stntck back on a  goal by Ivornq Edmunds and H was 3-2 '  for, ,1-pp Cats., Tho city kids, came back  almost immediately, the wing-Half boat fpur  ���Pegafltis;playeTB"and"fire4-*a'^a.rdfshot''JUsrrt  Jnsldp' the, post. Frai>ldo niado an nil out  effort an-f waa just a whisk,er short of  rnaking tho^savp. ', ���   '    , ,,  'Roland Aiiguflthlt tho crossbar and tho  goal posjt .with skKlIng shots and fooi'mlc.  Cooper was' set up for what looked like,  certain goals on three occasions but lacked  wmfjnrTfwwf/rffff/rMHMWfimmmmfrMMmrrrwwrmrmmrmm  yNEED A CAR?  NEW or USED    .  '������;,' ���' .'���;;. Wv ';       -    '���  Peninsula Nptor Prod,  SECHELT, B.C.  .��:Ph6no;B85f211.1,;r��;T(i-d.,Fflr<w��ll,���  .,'MW>ili'.*MJ.i.:a.|.i.i'i.aru4Ni.i'iii.ii'i i  ,':i'f;f'r1 -i.-,-.m'i,i,i j.j h,,j,i,..i'.iiii��^-I.  r*��.S  'S  I Wf WW^^lSWBHiWlW*^^*  ���  . ,1\  )" ���'" ���  THE "DREAM TRIP", the cruise south, the new car, tho  , faraway skiing vacation. You can have them, By saving.  Start now. Open a Savings, Account at the Royal Bank.  Interest will fatten It up. Arid the Royal Is the con-  ���venlent place because there's a branch near you.  BANK  Got your exp067 P<">��Port�� nnd Borum  Books at any Royal BqnK Pranoh--���-~-  Pl*lr-5i  M  if If  ifff  P ����  /  v>iwimrwwww0>*vrayw*>*yrBvr<��>*m*a^  EXTRA SPECIAL  Reg. $30.95  h\\  \7?t  m  7i\  lit  a _   *  M 4  7}  f >'  "r   ?  i \  t ���. ���. ����� i* '-**���  .'��'.��.'. '��������.. -I *, ��� ���, \ \ \  snap


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