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 -*,&,* ���t*i_*if.^Ji___*J<,/r.(��.hi^41H'r^ vj*fF.">0 w^vpI*-* M  Jr+'J/Xfl Vt^-i^V^Yfl^^y/^^ *<.ii,,"</4iV> *x-  F-URTHER. discussion  regarding -Hydro   ,the recent spraying ot brush in the  .  spraying activities broke out at 'last' .iiy-of water supplies and' it, was moved  meeting of Gibsons Council following, a   a* letter, of complaint be drafted to* the  report by'Aid. Ken Goddard on a.di_*us*-Yco_ripanyy*Ald.  Goddard* expressed  the-'  sion-lie had attended on pollution..'   ���   '     view* that cduneil should also take further ���  , ' He said discussion centred partly-on 7action*with-letters of complaint to -the  '    '        '"'   head of fie? of, B.C. "Hydrb and the local  . "manager Mr. ,Bob Wormiagion, -pointing;  , out the-fact council is aware, of the spray-"  ing pver, walej- .sources "and seeking assur-  .ance.it will ,not happen again,  _ *"   i-   > -**��� "  *   On  the-suggestion'of-Mayor Wally,  Peferson it was moved a letter go to the;  pepartment of Public Healthasking for a  giaarraritee that the spray is not toxic.  This, said the Mayor, was the recomend-  WHAT MUSEUM? ' *" " .   stiop- <>* engineer Martin "Dayton.   He  Gromlins went to work in The Times - - added "someone could die or become very  f*  $*  print shop last week and in the Regional  District Garbage Collection Schedule there  was merit-on made of-the area Roberts  Creek, from Cemetery to Provincial Museum. This, of course, should have read -  Provincial Park-site   * ,-  APPOINTMENT   .   . .'.*/-  Mrs.   Margaret Wheeler -of   Hopkins  landing has been appointed District Guide  sick and we should obtain this' guarantee for" the village."  ...Aid.* Goddard commented '"'it is not  enoughYthey have done this,before and J  feel ..we should seek clearance .from the  Public'Health Department."  -'  SEA CAVALCADE  Al-terman Gerry Dixon reported he had'  (  (  X  _>                        *  \   ��   '          '    *  *\  .  ,__,           k-  *_r  ..  ,,  *               *  _* *. **  ton     *-  /  r  J �����    r   \  *-     **   �� ���*  -k  '  V  ^w  M.  _.  ���������_�� ___  _/*  n  ***   ,  _  _  V  1  \  s  *c��  Com^sloner "for Gibsons, Port Mellon r. be. eb askd by the Sea Calvacade commit--  and' Robert? Creek areaa '   y ' - - tse -to ask council' approval' for turning on  Division Commissioner for the Sun-    thj_.hris.mas lighting for two days ,of the  shine Coast, Mis. Betty Allen made "the "ihree~da'y~event."- "      *   '"'"    ���  ���  SS^S^M&JcyS^^' 6VJ '*  ftWpomted, out that council norm-.  ,Mrs. Peggy LeWarne of Gibsons.     .  . . .   &y^u&'cot* oi power during the  INSURANCE  Y '   ',        '' ''"- Christmas lighting period-'The lights are  - At the suggestion Jbf Director'Frank' provided by 'the -merchants and.strung  West, the Begional Board agreed last week up'by the' firemen.   It" was therefore  to take out membership with Dunn & - agreed to go along  with the request,  Bradstreet in" order that -some check.may- council;, to pay the- .power costs. *  be made on* rosponsibilityjof contractors"  likely to be-involved in upcoming:Regional District 'contracts. Cost,( he said,  would-pbssibly be' about $459.    I    <     '{  NOMINATING MEET : '   -   '. "  ' Sunshine Coast-Liberals will meet.this*  WednesdayFat 8 p.m. in the-Peninsula Din-.  ing Room,'Secheit, to elect 'delegates to-  the nomination convention.- Cither election  SEWAG3EY,. -  ,   ���  -x    '  * Council still awaits a "permit in-order',  -fa proceed with'the proposed sewage, sysr  iera. 'Approval was "given by' the' tascpay***  .ers' last' year by Referendum and plans,  are all set to" proceed bi��t .permit to. go  t ahead-hys'hotyev been grouted.    * '  , lustier from engineer -MailtineTDayton  Three day, event,.��    ,;.'���".  ���' Gibsjoas "Sea ICavcdcade  ., attracts growing interest  CONSIDERABLE   interest - and   enthu^ -vkjiowji _it a later date for many tentative  -Oiftn-Mn      *!*��_._-. ��� .nn..nAJ       ��*��i-     ^.      -C___-l__S_���-____�� J   --v*    **   *       ~.1 n _ _._.-���'_ _       _  matters will be discussed and ail Libel^s' ,*>aid~last vreek by way.of a progrss report - everyone.  siasm has;resulted in' a eombined'ef-'  fort "by clubs 'and'..'organisations* in,the  Gibsons aroa to-produce-a-lforee-day M&ea -  Cavalcade" which will-include ^a series of  entertaining events "with something-for  W F  are urged toattend.  PROMISING Y y ~:  . Activity around Elphinstone Secondary  School 'would indicate *&at Dep'artment'Of  Education 7has given godhead onI_abo__a-.  toi^ addition ^deh has been *delayed-due -  to tenders being, too high. ' '-  ' * -  SCHOOL CONTRACT y\  ��� Approval has today been giyen to-thie ,  -department of education to "award a con*  tract for School p^tliet 46, SecHelt,, addiY  tion -to -Elphi_iston.e--Secori<-ary. School,  amount of 4I35,425.*00.    --,,*--'''' -"'  indicated, specifications, jpaateria-s etc, are'  -near-^pompletion but'no' reply had been  received rfrbj6 Victoria regarding-theper-  ��� mit: ��� ' '���   * ~Y '   --'���''   -...' \\l'r . '->,  - _* -,      <, i   , u. ..    ���,_���^,^ _ . j  BECBEATtt.'*/'���* ���.    .:"���*.      '  X^etter-from,Pr,*J- J. Cro*y on behalf  . of the ST-nshine'Coqst Recreation Centre  Comrhfittee   suggested   -consideration  be  .jg.'vp**- JtoYlie:proposed Centre as a combined Centennial Project. -  *   -,  * -^ 2t*-s<ras' moved tbe niatter be/turned  Over -0"Berireation,'Chairinan Ken God-  ' ctard for isohsideration.   - ^*   "-*'   -  - Schedtded for - August" 22-JS-.24' ihe  event will tie in with a number of .Tegular  annual, projects such ai the'tremens  Water Sports'and .the Kiwani^-Paiicake  "Supper .*Uie __ight,prooeding tbe Sun-Sal-  ^non Derljy. * * Y;   -.    ',       *       *-,-���*;  .* Carnival'slated for the first two daybf  the Sea-Cavalcade will feature musical  rides and other entertainments  for' the  plans haye yet to be finalized.  .Others  fairly definite are; a water -fight by firemen with, hoses, however, it is not -yet,  'known to whom a challenge'-has gone '  out. Rod and Gun Club plans'-to ',hold'a ,  Skeet Shoot:  Bicycle-* racing "has* been. '  scheduled by a Vancouver'Club, which is '  something-a little different; 'Trail 'Bicfers-  :wjll operate a corral-offering horse rides ���  tfor young and old: A, salmon, barbequp- is -  'under consideration;-a number of .dances,  will be held including dancing-on the  wharf, probably the night of ihe __awam's,  ���Pancake Supper,'Also'that night will be -  "the draw for the fund raising Boat-Draw,  Just Wait' ���",'--'  "Wait till they see this one," grins  Dr. John Crosby waitaog -to-deposit  cheque made out on 24" board by  Mr, L Cbristianesen-of Port Mellon,  to purchase partial advance membership in Recreation Centre. * Gib-'  ���sons Bank ,of Montreal Manager  Frank DaugbeHy and teller -Mrs.  .Dawn Co#reH already have pisoblem  ��*itev..D_>-^t_fcgan^uS Eip__i__s_one contract  , Volume 6, Ho, 35  WEDNESDAY, liilf 30, 1969  Children's fish derby  final day announced  ONCE AGAIN Mr, Charlie Brookman is  calling all children from West Secheit  to Field Road at Wilson Creek to participate in the final day of the Children's  Fishing" Derby on Saturday, August 2.  Children must be 11 years or under  and must wear life jackets. Derby commences at 11 a,_n, and finishes at 5 p.m.  and some time in between there will be  two pie eating contests on the Wilson  Creek Wharf opposite Vic's MoteL One  contest is for juniors and the other for  11 - 15-year-olds,  Mr. Brookman says the" girls are out  to beat the boys at pie-eating and a strong  team has been formed by Beth Simmons  and Georgina Uewsham. It seems that a  large number of pies will be required and  Mr. Brookman is appealing to all kindly  ladies who like baking pies to leave donations -at the Peninsula Market, Davis Bay, "  where Mrs. McLeod will place them in her  large cooler. * , ,  Once again members of  the Junior  Fishing Association will be on hand to .  supervise energetic youngsters and' Mr,  Vic Franske will measure the fish and  crabs.   Prizes will be- awarded, the biggest shiner, smallest shiner, largest crab ��  and biggest dogfish, and it has just been -  announced that Royal Canadian Legion.  Branch 140 has dona-fed a trophy for the '  ��� event      i  carefully made .out  ;of pale green toilet paper, which ��01  proves tfiat people are respcrnding extremely well to Hie need for a Rec-  reafcion Centre on the Sunshine Coast,  PROVINCIAL treasury board today announced the award of a contract worth  $135,425 for ��� construction of Elphinstone  School, Sechelt.  Site problem.  yoingsters/Also during'these two'day^y^^'S1^^:}?^^'^^  the evenings will be coloured with lighting'up ofN the-Christmas-street 3ights> ;*  -   - Full "schedule of events will he'made  iff  I*   ' *-l     '  < ,  *        ��__    '  1  , . **��� i ����� .^J-Yii���"**.���'  ��.*<j'"sr ,  * htr  \     11 s"i��*'v -v k*.; ���     . l�� ;��� ;*���>. v>  _. ���   i_       ��-fj      ,|S,H^��**�� �� �����**   *      *    "^_.__ &  -F-"'- ���~^-_.j_j_r.-^ws^.-T" . ..    -- ��� -  '-.  ^=*��*^^'  ^^Sr  *-i.  Sunday 24th "will bfe"the 'day -of the  popular Firemans Water Sports lield'at  the Municipal beach parksite and '-this  alone has consistently-proved- a f great  attraction   1IDSOI1S cm=o:  REGIONAL'Board admin-ifeator Charles  Gooding roferring to the proposed Gibsons cutroff' stated at last Board meeting  that he thinks so many objections were  raised at gazetted locations that the high-  ��� ways department has dropped its plaij-s.  ���Direstfor   Cliff' Gilker  expressed the  * view that such- problems as highway pe-  ���,,, ., .^ :.    j.^.   .t<    *%.������.���*     .     ��� locations.--should be^discu^ed. with-the  fi^ln^th-toe^tamti^the/vlUage^has.   .Board as* when .municipalities-anr*****:  to'Offcr>"ResultVas4he*'SeaCaval(_atife*'. 'Solved'  -'* '" '*   "- ��� " 'r, * * :,*:���  and a great-deal of -work has ben "going  , Dropping-this year of the July 1st  celebrations 'and' 'the Sunshine 'CoaSt* Fall  Fair, a-so-���at;C3,bson��> ]_=& to decision by  various -organizations to jjojiri. forces and-  jprpmote-Jaj,,ta^*'day-'eVieo^ .vrhlch ;��OT*ld  on behind the scenes hy the committee'  which is confident that/ weather permitting,. Gibsons will have an "event likely to  attract - large .numbers from all ends*of  the Sunshine Coast. -  yolyepL'  Chairman Lome Wolverton askpd ,"aro  municipalities treated any, differently?"  Mayor Bill, Swain of. Secheit replied that  tlie department has never- approached the  village, at the same time there has been  no -re-locating of roads within the village  Water dispute...  sfoi'n  >  �����...  A,.  >r-  ���i   *t.-Vl   *--kWJ   *  _tf*    '/.l^-**-   �����*0,'rt'"   Up--   '���*���  -J   /  If  *  " ���___"*  -   -. *m '  ���  k.     Vfc. ,l|)��, ���  iV-f    i "**    * *  --.;��� -   "��� - \��^ **  r *--  v;t  i        ���" *  ���fu -   :-  ������. ��� ������.  Jfono-M-U-Ca_-*etoWFti-... 7 'Y'.'YY,/.  ' Interest.7lroj_iri7*o��eirsecis  in water!tcMi i>rbposaJ  d'itidi along the -access road, wiis ^Jutvered  Up/oduincil! actiiiilly put; In a nice ditch  ^ndYnnde a v^iy fine job of thti access  7 road,! Ho paid "it seems to me, one of the  ^ people" doii-g the shouting was al2>o against  parking on Franklin Road last year.  Aideihrian -, Ken * Crosby   agreed   amd  , ,odded,"thiB person who ia not .even-a per- ,  ; ^nancot. resident seems to be -stirring these  people up". Council Jn general approved  |ih��'i'Wprk'"done on tJic access road and  aijrcod f the letter of complaint be fjlefl  iy/jlh-no further action neccessary,  ,/ildcrman Crosby reported on wjiarf  parkinu and said he has, in company  with Cpl. L, Biggeman, worked out a  plan for parkimg arej�� which xihouid cater  to 34 ^utomobifoi. Further to this, additional parking provided bV Charles Man-  delkaii and increased cuistomvr parking at  ���the Ken's Lmcky Dollar store has helped  ^.n'sidfrable to, cum tbe parking problem.  ; i$G LIFEGUARD'     ''"'   '  '  letter from' the Coast Garibaldi  Ifiea_1.h Director ivdviscd that during a  .twxrent visit to Uw? Municipal beach, he  had noted swimming taking place, water  .was esw-key. ^ad Ubwa*. wm no IHtgxtmd  _ on duty.  AW. !K>n <3<xldard taid he was aware  ��y lines. They al��) proUasted ���refuse , of the Director** virsij and hlis complaint,  vicinity and the fJict that properties All that was r<xiuire4 to protect council  mvh have devaluation. Further<<hat   !v��,_ ,*.igia advifiiog'. "r-wimming at own  mk" this was attended to imm.*diaU*ly.  Mayor Petenson noted Uiat council Is  already paying toward cost of a Bwim-  rning instructor and is certainly in no  position to hire a lifeguard *l��o. It was  tJjm-fore ,rnov��J the Htalth Unit be in-  torme&'that a tslgn-hwrbecn erected.   '  _��� .LTHOUGH, no  definate committments  have yet bi��n made, considerable lin'ii-  ������-est   has   been   indicated, by   outside'  K-ems 'in'the proposed Gibsons water*'  .. nt improvement project, with enquiries  ��� -io. ted   from  aa far  as  Honolulu  and  jth Africa.  Letter, from a local resident read at  1   *.   week's   mectimg   ��f  Council   stated-'  ������   t when plans for tlie project are com-  . - ltd he has a number of interested P"��"'-  : with available funds. ,  Alderman Gerry Dixon said he under-  :ds that two of incise* parties aire -Tom  iolulu and Capctow_n, ahio tlxat a few  -    .rb^rom elsewhere arc interested. He  ���ed Uie letU-r be acknowledged togelli-  vith a copy of the 'plaps. A1m> that a  * ���* of tbe letter be forwarded to cngi-  ,    * Martin Dayton,  *ouik'*1 plans for the bay area include  'ruction of -an Island with accew. by fl  way,   total   area   to  be about  four  ' . with puxjvbion for a hotel, ���inanjui  ��� stores. Total developmubt cost wM  ated at $2,500,000.  TION  ear up ��f a l>each access  - Jjj�� lk*d i��ct��Uy ted to *�� 3*l(kT-:of.  t .signed by a number, of residents  1  ��ij>jk����*(1 parking ��rca mp   .�� their  '<t facilities exist Iti the beach ana,  ovision  ��s  made  for  garbage and  '* a reluctance by the fire depart-  �� co-^jprat* In the event of brail)  road off  t r  WaJJy Pd.*wion  expressed -the.  -..*-} while m'dtdm-in made ihnl m  ������:..������;;. ',, - -Mr. Clean . -y,.,',,.���.���  Bright yellow fibreglass bathtiusb on  aluminum ski took John Smith of  Snriitty.*s Marina, Gihsons,, aboirt a  day to make; powered,by a 6 h.p.  Meroiry, it parried him to fourth  placifi in Nanaimo to Vancouver third  Annual Balhtaib race. Hardest part  of the race, says John,, is bneafcing  away from entries and escort vessels  ���in ��� Nanaimo harbour but once free  he planed along at 22 m.p.h. and used  two gallons'. of gas to cover 36-mile  course in 2 hrs: 16 mins. 40 sees.  Ac<5ompanying John in escort vessel  were Keith and Dave Whales of University of California and Pete Mason  Of UBC.  Injuries compensata.  in aiding law officers  BC, RESIDENTS hre' how, able to elahn  .compensation for injtiries roc<vived  while MMiif-tirog police officers in their  dutyyt�� a ri';ult of the official proclamation May fi of'an' Act,passed during the  ���l��_t session of the Provincial Legislature.  Tlw miw law provides for .<com'pex_��a'-  tion to pciroiia suffering, personal injury  while attemptrng to assist the police,' as  we'll'as for injuries incurred by pereons  witrupasing a crime being committed and  attempting to make a citlrFcn's arix��t,  Under Uie new legislation persotj-i  will receive, the liariu* couiDCiHiation beiw^-  fits they would deceive if they were injured in the course, of their onployment  and covered by Workmen's Compensation.  All compensatibn costs for work  eau��5cd Injuries are p***id by employers in  the province, but in the case of tht- new  law the WCB wiH bill the government  just as if tho injured person were employed hytfof Prvvinci&t Government.  i  ATTITUDE of the Sunshine Coast. Regional Board regarding any dispute over  who owns tipe Secheit Wak'rworks is that  the Board lawfully expropriated follbw-  ing faiiure th negotiate with the Waterworks Company and that, the system is  now,the property of the Regional District. 7  Support;,of; the Board was made clear  by Secheit Mayor, Bill Swain who at last  meeting of the Board Friday July 25, said  "as far as the village of Secheit is concerned the Waterworks now belongs to  the Eegion^l District,**  Effective immediately, new name for  the system is "Regional Water Authority"  and bills may be paid in future either.  through tlie Board office at Davis Bay or  at "the7Sechelt village office.  Outlining the circumstances, leading  to the expropriation and subsequent dispute, Chairman Lome Wolverton said  plans were made to buy the system, after  water, as a function, was approved by the  electorate. Feasibility studies were carried out and engineering plans', formulated.    . .".'.,.  At u meeting between company ,executives and the Board, proposals*" by the  Board were favoumbJy received and it  was indicated the system would be for  "al*. As a result and following en assess-  menti by an engineering consultant, the  fUm of $50,000 was offered and accepted  by the company manager Mr, J. G. BaiJie.  Tliia was changed with notification that  the company would accept $90,000 tor  .'harcholdera equity, this in total would  have cost the taxpayer nearer $150,000.  Counter offer by the Board was fejec-  Ud and a final price of $120,000 was asked  by the .Company. This -was followed up  with an: offer of $CO.O00'by (he Board but  was rejected with notification that the .  'ervicc was no long** on the maikct.  Aasessment of the Waterworks was  also carried out on behalf of Secht-Jt Vil-  1*8*--'by--an Independent 'tenginetT" "Who  '-u&gcstcd.a.prkc far le* that* IbJe I3toa.rd-  ��-��Cinocr. With the interest of the taxpayers at heart, the Board was faced with  im�� altenxativo but to expropriaite and ^o  1o arbitration and in��i.1s it *��tiJl owns the  Waterworks. - I  Board eoHcitor, Bruce Emerron of  W<*st Vancouver, U>Ui th<�� Board the actual take-over date was July 2, but the  Company did not indicate whether it  would ��� acquiesce or contest the octkm t>y  Ihv, Regional District, He therefore got In ,  touch with them and was given to understand they would co'-operate with the  Board. Later they had a change of mind  and claimed the Board had no authority  to expropriate and would ndt let it go.  , Since that time the Company has inserted in the press and elsewhere stating  that any bills not paid to them would result in water connection being cut off  "should they actually do that, then we  would simply turn it back on again" he  said.  Explaining reluctance by provincial  departments to assist the Board, Mr.TEm-  exson. said "wc were led to believe the  Water Rights Branch would help us with  cancellation   of   the   Company's   water  ,' ����������� pOQO  A-fl  boundaries.  Mayor Wally Peterson commented' thjt  as far as Gibsons is concerned the depar*-'  ment has always been most cb-operativ?.  WATER APPLICATION  Application for water rights by, a coste- ���'  pany proposing a gravel operation in thp  area has been held over pending further  Wifornjiation ���irom-t'he'-compa'riy sB��wadi&g. *  ���its pians.    _   ,.;,;, ,,      v -;,,,,'���,.,-i.i/-.  * . Eemss-kmg on, the 'situation,.-, Mayor. :  Swain said he had held a'diiwaissjon'-wit-h'.  an executive of a> company whiich." has a   ���  similar operation.  He had explained that -  the plant was in the centre of housing  ,and while not a thing of beauty, was in  no way considered a  detriment, dust is  negligible and no one complains. Further  an invitation was extended to the Mayor  and interested parties to visit the plant -  anytime.  Director Gilker, referring to ihe fad  Brittania has been used as a yardstick,  said "this is not a modern plant, ithe one -  proposed here is and it would be nice to ���  be able to demonstrate the -working;of a '  modern operation." Y  It was. agreed that Mr. Gooding con- V  tact the company 'with a ��� view to some  of the directors' visiting the plant. Y  CENTENNIAL  Regarding the Centennial1'71 celebrations; Mayor Swain drew attention to: the  fact that if each community goes for iridi-'  vidual projects, the monies they raise> together with the matching government  grant, will amount ito very little. lie suggested tlie Regional Board consider working with the municipalities and comnxuni-  f*ies on one good project of benefit ito all,  Director Gilker explained that tills will  be up io the various communities who will  each have to form their own committees.  He agreed that one combined project  would prove tlie -best solution.  A letter was read from Vr. J. Crosby  on behalf of the Sunshine Coast Recrea-  ������������� pa��* A*-6  Remanded ���  ��� ���  ENTERING a plea of not guilty to two  counts of false pretences by passing worth-  k��s cheques, Dcrock Mark of SecheM,, appearing before Magistrate Charles MJtitel-  rrt/eadt last Wtdnetday, July 23, was remanded on bail of $300.  Mark, who told the court he is an  architect, was remanded to Aiigust & at  rtxjuest of the police in order, to provide  witnesses. Charges arotse from purchase  of furnjtujx; by ehwjue and obtaining 1be  us urn of $1*0 by anotlu-r cheque, botli of  which were nfturned as worthless.  Barrio Fenn of Pender Harbour w��s  alw remanded at his own request to August G at which Urne he uaid h�� plans  on pleading not guilty to a charge of driving without due care and attention. Be  too expects , to. produce witnesses on his  own Ixhalf.  ' "Charcc arose from an incident at Davis  Bay July 12.  Christopher Julian, aged 22. pleaded  guilty to causing a disturbance at the  Rortx-ita Creek Dance Hall July 20 when  found' by police to - have passed out on  the _.tcps of the hall.  police iU.ld the court, Jul'um was in nn  advanced stot*. of intoxication- and heeame  abusive when .ifiU-d to his feet. This was  his fifth ��tueh tiinrge this year and hp h;id  a umiJar tiumber oiaina Jjim lust year.  ��**(Aw__(j|W��.rf|!. ��* *.^i*��-**������-it.  1 *mft* j ' f-i^wpwr*1 **-���* ���>  Tlienr were also previous charges in 1007.  Magistrate Mit-telsteadt told Julian  "you have a very bad work mjord and  uiv. a cause of trouble to your - mother,"  He fined him $200 or three months in jail.  Fine was not paid and he was taken to  Oa-kalla.  Angus Craigen apptjand on a charge  of being a minor in possession and asked  for a remand without plea in order that  hlN mother might bo present. He also  pix��enkd a IctUn* from the band spokesman on his behalf. Bail was wt at $50  and was paid later.  Following an incident Saturday, July  10 in1 which lie lost control of his car and  rolled in'o a ditdi, Robert Wiqg appeared  to'answer a charge of driving without due  care and.attention, to cwurt.lart Frid-ay,  July 25, he pleaded guilty and was fined  $M), ,  Charge are pending following an accident laiit Wednesday night in which a station'wogon driven by Frank Wt-imer of  Selma Park stnick another vettiele' a  glamring blow, left the highway, crashed  through -u fence, crossed a lawn and end-  ��d up in s-ivi-ubs at the Jiome of Mr. A.  Kynoek nt Selma Park. A lady pajswngir  was tiiken to St. Mfiry's, HoNpit;.l for u  .check-up hut t}v.re wetx* m mmm ln-  )uricB. Wcimtr isufforcd sliglit v*uts.  >  ��ytf-���*^-,.-* r.;i*M-^F^tf.Fm!.^'F���^]rtj^^, 6,,-,,!,..,^^^,,(,y,. ^t-.-j  - *- *<?. * -  HY^^y;  V vn.  %V  ^-y  '  '      ' .      s  /   ',  frage A-2 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, July 30/1969  **       *        b * ^        ..     l *i   *   ^ "*-        * *��r   * i�� '    ���*"      '5  ^I^J_^mNSOIA^fe^ fehe1* \ Phone "005-965^1  * \..  ���____.  _**_.  HEAL ESTATE  1 jwr-..��Ptp>  REAL ESTATE (ConHnwed)   REAL ESTATE (Continued)      AUTOS & TRUCKS (Conh)   fOR SALE (Continued)  Classified  iijMi����ill��>��wi��u>P-nnr_Hi��OTi��ii>wipiwwM-TM_^  " Published Wednesday by  -The'Peoirisula Times Ltd;,  0t*5ec_.ett/B.C_   s   .  Wanted  Member, Audi* Bureau *  of Circulations  March 3i; 1969. ,  Gross Circulation 2360  Paid Circulation 2081  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs {12 words)  One Insertion . . , :75c  41-50  _-J5c  Three Insertions ._.,._-..  Extra tines (4 words) _  (This rote does not apply to  -  commercial Ad-Briefe.) .  Box Numbers 10c extro  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per ceunt line.  Display  advertising < in  classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail, Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  Bj. mall, special citizens ���$3 yr.  By carrier 50c month  WTLfL" purchasef patches of  "standing tiraber> Phone 88��r  2459.. *-    '     .      1681-tfb  PENINSULA" EVERGREENS,  - Salal wanted *���- Please contact J. M. Hayes at Secheit,  B.C. Phone 885-99152.  2837-tfn  8 OR 10 ft. step ladder, Mattock, hoe, forli, pruning shears.  .Ph. 886-7210. ** 2988-35  SERVICE ��� small light-cat  owner to cut  up stand of  hardhaek. Write Ruth*Bates,  Halfmoon Bay. 3001r35  HELP WANTED  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT Theatre, Gibsons.  Please Note following program changes: - Thur. July 31 -  to Sat. Aug. 2, "The-Heart is ���>  a Iionely Hunter," starring  Alan Arkin. -Mon. -Aug. 4 &  Tues. Aug. 5, *1f he Hollers,  Let Him Go �� Watch for "BulT  -litt," starting Aug. 6.  : '-       ���   - 2983-35  BIRTHS  BROWN -��� To"' Chuck' * and  Linda Brown (nee De Marco), on July 15, 1969. a girl  Shellie Lyn, 5 lbs 12*4 oz.  Grandparents are Herb and  Ann Ebaeh of Selma Park and  Jim and Dot 'Skerry of "Gran- ,  thams. 2974-35  CARD. Og THANKS  WE WISH to thank our many  friends and relatives for  their kind expression of syn_r  pathy and beautiful floral offerings. Special thanks to Rev,  Barry Jenks for bis consoling  words; to Dr. W. Burtnick "&  the staff of St. Mary's Hos--  pital for their care and kindness to Elizabeth (Granny)  Wakefield. ��� Edna and-Jack  Fisher; Douglas' and Susan  Wakefield. 2980r35  OBITUARY  ARBUCKLE ���- Robert    Earl  Arbuckle of Roberts Creek  passed away on July 21, 1969  in the B.C.C.I. at the age of 59  years. He is survived by two  sisters-in-law,     Mrs.     Emma  Arbuckle of Winnipeg, Manitoba and Mrs.  Margaret Arbuckle of Neepawa, Manitoba.  Also 2 nephews, Vernon Arbuckle     of     Winnipeg     and  Franklin  Arbuckle   of   South  Burnaby, Funeral Service was  held   on   July   26   from   the  Chapel of the Harvey Funeral  Home, Gibsons, B.C, Rev. D.  Morgan officiated;  in lieu of  flowers,     donations     to     St.  Mary's Hospital, Secheit, B.C.  3008-35  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS      Anonymous,  P.O. Box 294, Secheit, B.C.  Phone 885-9327, or 886-2979.  ;.   2457-tfn  HOW CAN I help my chil-  dren? For one of the finest  ways, see your local World  Book and Childcraft representative.!.  Ph. 886-2744.  2924-36  VENTED TO g|fY      7 , '  GIRL'S bicycle with 20 inch  wheel wanted. Phone Kitsori  880-9335. 2990-37  WORK WAMT.EP \.  ll���. 11 ..*������-.i ������-i__n-�����,! ii ��!���,_��� i ii __.__��������� ������������  mimwmm  TILUCUM Chlipney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, odd jobs etc. AH work  guaranteed; RfU Secheit, Pji.  ,885-2191  preferably  evenings.  2754-tfn  COMPLETE '''gardening'.   service, . . . Lawns   trimmed,  flower   beds   wealed,   shrubs  prune*-.-,,   fertilizer    supplied.  FOB LETTERHEADS, envels  opes/ statemeots, invoices  and all commercial printing,  contact the Times office at'Se-1  chelt or phone '885-9654. '  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone Mrs. Nalda Wilson  885-9746 or write:  Box 390, Secheit, B.C.  2910-rtfn  FOR RENT  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community" HalL   "Contact  Mr, H. Aubin at 885-95751  '  ,   . ��� ,    2635-tfii  VACATION , accdmodation - in  new view home, &ear beach-  Use of kitchen. Business; woman. Day or Week. Ph. 885-*-940i  after 8 p.m- 2830-tfn  FAMILY size' beach honie.  Furnished A/oil, elble plumbing, insulated West Secheit.  Available Sept. 1, June 30. Ph.  885-9359. 2979-37  WANTED TO RENT  TEACHER inquires small  home in area between Se-  " chelt and Halfmoon Bay.  Occupancy commencing Aug.  15. Write: P.OJB. 3933, Postal  Stn, D, Vancouver, B.C.  2881-35  3 BEDROOM house or large 2  bed required by school  maintenance man. Will sign  lease or lease to buy Ph. 886-  9870 days. 886-9912 eves.  ''   ' 2999-tfn  TEACHER'S t-amily" seeks* accomodation    Secheit    area.  Write Bloxham, 920 Granville  Ave, Richmond. 3011-37  LIVESTOCK  2 YR. OLD SORREL filly, half  Apaloosa.  Green broke, exceptionally   gentle.    Ph.   886-  2617. 2927-36  PETS  POODLES,      clipping      and  grooming,    years    of    experience. Phone 886-2601.  2420-tfn  KITTENS,  free,   to  go  to   a  good home. Phone 885-2184.  2894-35  3 BEAUTIFUL pups, 9 months  old, house broken & inoculated. Good disposition, 2 females & 1 male. Ph. 885-9598,  2866-35  OWNER sadly has to part  with charging silver grey  cat. 18 months old. Female,  spayed, poison, West Beach  Aye., Roberts Creek, B.C.  (Sorry no phone),       29^1-37  LfrST  .'. '    ���-   "���"���'���  MISSINQ from' West S&Ticlt  beach. 10 ft fibreglass boat.  White   outside   green   inside.  Ph. 885-2009. 2987-35  10 FT. molded boat with metr  al trim; copper bottom,  whitp to water line, sky blue  inside. Halfmoon j Bay area.  PJionc 885-2014. 3009-35  EXCELLENT commercial lot  \���centre $ecbelt--lu$hway W  cation, "level .and plearedL All  services available. Box M04  Penjnsula TSme?:;   s    1104.tfo  DAVIS BAY���Arbutus Drive,  . 15Qp, sg. ft. .spacious medalr  -lion honie.-20 x 36 carport. 4-  pc.   bqth.   3   bedrooms,   Ige.  family room. Cabinet'kitchen.  Good  view.' Some1 mortgage  available. ,H- Aubin. 885-9575.  *   ' *     , "     ���'       28G2-tfn  .1 - ...        (    -. ..-  1 .-.  BLOCK BROS.,  Phone    Mr.-  Good    681-9700  collect or 736-5933  For fast service on all properties and businesses.  WE TRADE HOMES  "  *        2242-tfn  IF YOUR DESIRE TO  SELL YOUR PROPERTY  We Offer ...  ���Continuous advertising in  four newspapers.  ���Effective and proven advertising in our catalogue.  ���Real Estate sales staff of  seven in two offices on the  Peninsula.  ���Twenty-four' hour answering service.  ���No charge to you if there is  no sale........  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2161  Box'155, Secheit, B.C.  Box 369, Gibsons, B.C.  '. 2181-tfn  ISLAND RETREAT; Two Vz  acre" lots, "close to excellent  beach and- -svbarf. Can be  bought' separately for $2800  each, and on terms too.  Last chance to buy 10 ac.  view property suitable sub-dividing or develop own couniry  estate. For only $10,000.  Choice Gower Point view  property. Only $5,000.  Level 65 x 130 lot in serviced area, nicely wooded. $2,000.  Golden opportunity for a  cozy cottage right on the  beach, suit yr. round living,  wired for range eta Priced  for quick sale at $16,200.  Double access view lot 66 x  140, area of new homes. $4,000  Roberts Creek area, over 2  ac. with 300' on blk top rd.  Older 3 bdrm home, auto, oil  heat, fruit trees etc. Priced  low for quick sale.  Corner lot 75 x 140, easy  clearing only $3,750.  Private playground for the  whole family���72' beach, 4 rm  house on nice level grassed  area. The low price will surprise you!  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  ROBERTS CREEK���Loycly.,3  bedropm home with view of  ocean ,on VS acre. Private* sale  ���terms: Ph. 886-2744,' 2923-36  FOR  SALE  BY OWNER Y-L.  House with large living*i--  room, and   modern   kitchpn,  furnished  on  3t8  acres with  200 ft. waterfront, "overlook./  ing spectacular Jervis  Inie��  at Egmont. Ample water supply; garden /and , fruit '.trees.  Phone 885-9404- or write Box  163 "Secheit. B.C.'  WATERFRONT LOT and ,3  view Jots in, Garden. Bay,  Pender Harbour. Box ,1, Garden Bay, 'Pender Harbour. Box  1, Garden Bay P.O., B.C. -or  phone 383-2336.:Owner. - ���  * '  2882-tfn  SECHELT .village/ 1 .yr. old,  plus "suite,' 2 br, elec-heat,  fireplace, *���'' coL plumb., '. tool  shed, carport, short level walk  to shops, P.O. & beach. Owner  obflKW1 F- E*"Hill.1 Box 515, Secheit,  2986-37    B.a . 2877-35  1957 DODGE, good motor,-$75.  Car   on   Peninsulal* Phone  112-738-1305 after 6. p.m.  or  ;eEMORV. saddle with 35" pad-  . - ded seati .&' rawhide tree.  Saddle-blanket,    pad    and  write   Box   3000,   Peninsuky  bridle  go with  it.,,Excellent  Times.'        .      ��� .   *   3000-3^   condition. Ph. 885-9374.,  _ __^ ..  -        ., .      .^2962-36  For the most complete  selection of properties  on the Sunshine Codst  ���'.      " '     fa"*".  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  ' Two offices to serve you,  Secheit and Gibsons.  ;   1/    Phone 885-2161      -  SUNSHINE COAST ���  SHELTERED   WATERFRONT   lots   with   excellent  beach,   marvellous. view" and .  safe, protected moorage for all i-  types of craft. Each' Iqtis fully  serviced with access ,oj.f paved  road. Perfect location ior your  retirement   house ' and   just >  minutes  from salmon "fisWrig  at its best. Reasonably* priced  from $8,800. Terms available.  VIEW ��� Fully serviced lot  with south west exposure just  one block to sandy beach and  excellent fishing. Full price  $2,750. **  PENDER HARBOUR ,���  Large waterfront property  with modern fishing lodge  consisting of two xself-pon-  tained two-bedroom units,  each with large bright" kite_hea  and modern plumbing,' Common living room with, large  rock fireplace and picture windows overlooking harbour.  Ample cleared space on property for cabins etc. Full price  $49,000. _     *  Semi-waterfront lots all  fully serviced with'access to  launching and moorage. Full  price $3,000 to $3,500/  Call Frank Lewis or. Morton  Mackay at 886-9900, eves_  886-7088  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons Burqu_flan_  2900-33  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  -Member  WATERFRONT    ���    Choice  beach lots. Buy now. Going  fast. Stop in at our .office a%'  Halfmoon Bay for pamphlet.  Phone 885r9683. '. '     2694-tfn  CHARLES ^ENGLISH LTD.  Gibsons, B.C. '   886-2481  Specializing in West Howe  Sound, Gibsons and Roberts  Creek properties.  Call JACK WHITE  (Eves. 886-293��_}  "     - ' 2869-tfn  MacGregor Pacific Realty  presents  SAN SOUC1 ESTATES  \\    Situated In  SECRET GOVE  We can proudly say, these  are the f in^t' lots on the ��>un-  shine Coast*  For information contacts D,  Brynelsen " or L. CampbelL  688-3501 (collect 24 hrs.)  MacGREGQR PACIFIC  REALTY  1400-777 Hornby, Vancouver 1  2865-tfn  RUTHERFORD  THOMPSON 8c McRAE  1174 W. Broadway  Vancouver, B.C.  66' lot with Gulf and Trail  Is. view. 267' long with highway one end and developed  road at back. Community  water, all cleared, $4800.  Choice of superb view lots  in new sub-div. in Gibsons.  Electrical service to be underground, road paved, water to  $4000 each.  11 acre estate with charming  three bdrm home,, large Ivrm  with sunken fireplace, oak  parquet floor. A couple of  acres on garden and lawns'  with filtered swimming pool.  GET your hands on a Toyota  ���You'll never let go. Japan's largest' selling car. For  information on this automobile  call'Don-Pye at 885-9602.  ,   '     -   ' 2728-tfn-  1?69 CHEVELLE 2 Dr.,  6 Pass. Coupe  Big car value for-sjjnall car  price.. Equiped with Dual  "Head Re$ts. Rear.WindowTDe-  fogger.' -2 speed Elec. Wipers  and .Washer. Heater & Fully  , Winterized.   Only   $2,995.  -PENINSULA'MOTOR  PRODUCTS (1957) LTD.  885-2111  Secheit, B.C.  3003-35  SECHELT VOLKSWAGEN  1962 Lincoln Coiit. 4 dr. convt.  repo. ���Your Offer  1968 Toyota     Corolla,     tach,  radio etc.���Your offer  1969 Ford  3A  ton Ranger.  A  list of options too long to  *    list!   With    or    without  winch. Save $$$ ���  1967 Karmann Ghia, Save $$$  Volkswagens���6 to chose from.  New Volkswagens - from  $1898.00  -not the'fastest, prettiest, - most  comfortable but we still boast-  Economy &. Dependability  surpassed only by another VW  100 %  financing at:  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  Secheit, B.C.  Ph.  885r2812  or 885-9646  2933-34  BOATS ond ENGINES  ���._���   17  15'  Cadilac  aluminium boat  35 h.p. Evinrude, with trailer & tarp, 885-2007.    2359-tfn  BOAT Insurance Information.  Marine Insurance Claims.  Capt. W. Y. Higgs, Box 339,  Gibsons, B.C. TeL 886-9546 or  885-9425. 2533-tfn  SACRIFICE sale���10 hp Onan  inboard  motor  with accessories.  Asking $100.  Ask for  Doug at 886-2041,       2832-36a  14' PLYWOOD runabout with  GUITAR,, electric semiracous-  tic, Gjerman*made', brand-  new, blues��� styling, with.case  and strap, worth over $170,  will sell for only $100 cash.  Ph. 885-9654. 2855-tfn  PROPANE frig, for sale. Good  condition,   $75.   Box <, 2873,1  Peninsula Times, Secheit."  " Y    2873-35  " '     "'        '-PWPPWP   II IWKWlllHW>���I Wl| iwwiwp  BUY   your, trash I incinerator  from   Secheit   liinsmen   at  $3.50 each. Phone 885-9542.  FRASER Valley Kay for sale.  Any amount, delivered. Box  2955, c/o Peninsula"Times!"  '     ', 2955-36  SMITH    -Corona, " standard  typewriter with e,xtra-large  type, in new condition, special  at half-price. Phone 885-9654.  '      2540-tfn  ART BOOKS-Made Simple  Series���Maps & Map Making  ���Childrens Books���Hi^nting���  Horses���Something for everyone available at The Times  Bookstore, Secheit. Ph. 885-9654.   21gl-tfa  USED "Appliances. " Speed  Queen automatic washer,  $89,95. Zenith wringer washer,  $189.00. Climax-wringer washer, $29.95. Leonard wringer  washer, $39.95. General Steel  Wares -wringer washer, $��9.95.  General, Electric , wringer  washer, $29.95. Thor electric  range, $125.00. Kelvinator re***  frigerator, $39.95.. Inten^atit_n-t  al Harvester refrigerator,  $39.95. Parker's - Hardware  (1969) Ltd. Secheit. Phone  885-2171. 2966-34  QUALITY   Ajax   drum   set,  complete. Sell or trade for  good boat. Box 2954, c/o Pen?  insula Times. 2954-36  ' GLAZEp Mbsaip tile, 16 sq.ft.  turquoise. 12 sq. ft. lavender.   Ladies'   Raleigh   sports  bicycle." Ph. 885-2395;  2886-35  If*  IT'S  suits���it's   Morgarii"  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.  8893-tft  POPULAR' Singer featherweight sewing machine,, near  new condition, cost $160, sell  -i|. r-r*k     .,- if** * *���+      *"' **'-�� Y V,' -,    pV **���-'"  FOR SALE (Continued)  ��� nm,ii_iMi.f _ii Pi   I,. ^wwiii.-, __,,i|.    ������        i    Hl-iPT-HI      ���  32 FT. aluminum ladder. Dresser. , i> pee kitchen chrome  set' & cabinet. Ph; 885-2308,  ���    , 2998*35  COG SWE L L     upholstered  chair, Tyran Cant-Sag construction. $15, 885,-9413.  ' 3010-35  __ I   ��� IllH-f ��� ������ ���.���.I..-..H ��� I     11���  OIL' bui*ner,   kitchen   range, .  Complete with* 40 gal. drum  and oil, with stand, $40, One  refrigerator,- $25.   Both   good  condition. 886-2986.      3013-35  -   WATER SYSTEMS  Duro well water system complete with pressure tank and  well pump driven by IH) v  motor; in good "order.  % inch Jabsco well pump'driven by 5 .hp B '& s gas engine.  Ascot instant water heater using propane gas. Only used as  demo. Good for large family.  r  E. S, Johnstone  Madeira Park  '   '   *���       Ph. 883-2380  2942-34  LEGALS  $65. 885-9654-  29176-t:  in  vin^veriSf^e.Board   ^a^^ngk bljfe^; jW^-^-f-JjOj  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  '   MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  K. Butler  Ron McSavaney  Ed Butler  Don Tait  ��� 886-2000  ��� 886-9656  ��� 886-2000  ��� 883-2284  2951-34  FOUND  886-2963.  2905-36  EXPERT  carpenter.  Cabinets  dr what have you. Ph. 883-  22(.l. 2575-tfn  NEED a spring clean up?  Can't see the water for  trees? Let us solve your tree  problems; We limb, top nnd  fall trees expertly and to your  (satisfaction. Free estimates,���  all work insured. Phone 885-  2109, 2287-tfn  M/T CONTRACTORS  General Contractors on  the Sunshine Coast  BUILDERS OF  QUALITY HOMES  Phone 086-7495  Writ?: Box 700/Gibsons, B.C.  2982-36  WALLET, Elphinstone beach.  Contact 880-0860.       2995-35  FOUND in Secheit beach '���  set of Oldsmobile keys. Claim  at Times office, 085-9654.  2002-35  TRAVEL  ��i  FOR all travel Infpj-maUdh and  bookings, Margaret Mae^Keh,**  zle (local rep), Eaton's vfliero  To Co Trafvel, 886-2960. Gibson*.  wm-tta  PROPERTY WANTED  2 ��� 2 bedrm homes on % aero  or more suHablc for VLA  tenants, not over $18,000 ���  Cash buys, 2 - 2 bedrm housea  on the flat, older type ot $12,-  000. Village or area. Some  term**. Waterfront property  with beach acee��. We have  the buyers, we need the listings. Write or phone: Charles  English Ltd. Sunny-crest Shopping Centre. Gibsons. 886-  2401. 2949-34  THE SUN SHINES ON  SECHELT VILLAGE  LUSCIOUS ��� 4 bedroom  home. Beam ceiling living  room with floor to ceiling  fireplace. Wall-to-wall carpeting. A-oll furnace, double  plumbing. Venetian fence ensures privacy, carport. Thii.  home is a gem at $22,900.  50* Waterfront Lot. $7,800.  WILSON CREEK ��� 2-Vi  acres, creek, 2 bedrooms, basement, A-oil heat. $16,900.  SELMVV ^ARK-Open plan  family home on two floors. 3  bdrms ��� 2 flreplacea ��� 2 kitchens. $28,000 try' $7,000 down-  Davia Bay, view lot���$3,850.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 4 acres  with 423' waterfront. Post &  , ^jeam summer home, $45,000,  DAVIS BAY ��� 165' W.F.  v(fith 2 bedroom home. Finest  Beach pn coast.  TILLICUM BAY ��� Close to  marina, 2 lots $1000 each.  TILLICUM BAY: 2 bedroom home, has large living  room with W-W and utonp  fireplace, new A-oil fupmce.  Good'value at $11,500,  GIBSONS: Well built 2  bedroom home with basement  o��i landscaped grounds. A-oll  heat, elec, range anel Amann  freezer. Asking $19,500.  GIBSONS ��� This* mw, well  pL-mned West wood home of ten  lots of living space. Largo living rt>om, 3 bedroeims, 2 fireplaces-, full basement, car port.  On 6 -icres. $28,000,  ' Multiple Listing Service  H. Gregory 885-9392  Don. Hodden 881S-9504  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Secheit, B.C.  3002-35  Multiple Listing Servie^  'PHONE 886-2248  Two blocks, on highway 101,  close to Crowe Road frontage  264   ft. each.  Stream on one -  block. Each 5-acres, $8,500  Excellent three - bedroom  home, Davis Bay area; 2Vi  acres,' secluded, convenient to  all facilities; swimming pool,  orchard, gravel-pit (for revenue) out of sight of home. Full  price $50,000, with terms. Can  be had with welding shop and  sawmill for additional $4,000.  Close to Secheit, 3 bedroom  split-level type hme, on 50 ft.  lot (IRL), close to beach, shopping, etc.���a most handy location. Concrete basement, garage, utility. Full price only  $15,500, with suggested $8,000  down.  Five-bedroom hme on 1 acre  sea-view land, close to sea.  Rambling, instil. 220 wiring.  Guest cottage. Goexi water.  Close to Secheit. $15,500 on  good terms.  Easy walking distance of  Golf course, almost 2 acre corner lot: $2,800.  Attractive waterfront home,  'Gower area, close to Gibsons:  7-room home?, triple-pluri.lx'd.  with concrete basement, patios, sun-deck, green house,  car-port,, surfaced driveway.  Tee-pee- style guest house  doubles plumbed, Land.scaping  fruit,trees, etc. 188 ft, beach  front. Full price $65,000, Can  be bought with or without  waterfront lots. Half down,  excellent terms on balance.  Two waterfront lots, each  100 fee* shore front, road access: $10,000 each, terms.  Excellent home, executive  type, on quiet Gibsons view  street. Two bedrooms and eJ��n  (or three bedrms), large view  living room with big fireplace,  basement and rill electric lie-ni,  hot water, etc. Nicely built  and finished. Matching ganifjo,  walks, patle>8, gaWens. Full  i price $30,000, including about  $7,000 NHA mtge at ()>,y;*���  $10,000 down, good terms.  Half <lown on full price of  $23,700 buys this 5 acrvu, with,  three-bejdrbom home and  workishejp, close to Gibsons.  Fully concrete basement, t*L  heat, inM-lat.'d. Land fen��d  for pony paddock and paMurt*.  $500 buy*, n lot (IRL) at SH-  ma Park, on acccr__ road.  2888-35  Complete privacy, ,vl. Madeira Park Bo  Spring water supply. $13,000 Manna' a*13^1^ Park,. B.C.  cash, F.P. $27,750.  ' Two 60" lots in pleasant vacationing area with close access to sandy beach. Long lots  with tree, no water problem.  Paved road, close to store, PO  & school. On bus route. $2200  each.  150' frontage on highway,  425' depth. Two trailer sites  developed with water service  and S-T. Shielded by trees  from traffic. $7500.  One bdrm cottage for young  couple or for retirement on  2.44 acres. Village water, paved road, shrubery and outbuildings. $9ifl09. Terms.  Salesman: Jack Warn  733-8181  Phones  880-7244  886-2681  3006-35  CARS and TRUCKS  E. MchAynn  Do Wortman  yince Prewer  886-2500  886-2393  886-9359  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  .     29M-35  1967 BARRACUDA -ftpt back.  Foromla    S   Kit ��� Power  steering. , and   brakes,   $2450.  88-^209". Y        2889-35  1966 ':W TON truck/near new  condition, I owner, 38.000  highway miles, rubber-fair,  292 Big 6 motor, 3 speed, long  wide box, asking $1600 as is:  <68jBfS?2; 3012-*tfn  I960 MORRIS liOO/Al condition, $850 or nearest offer.  Phi 886-2441 eves.       2991-35  DEALERSHIP  ANNOUNCEMENT  THE ALL NEW  f|��W LOOK  In Light Duty Trucks      'I  INTERNATIONALS  available how at:  COPPIr^O MOTORS LTD.  Scchclt, B.C.  '69 Int, HOOD���H.D, Susp. Deluxe int. .ft.ext., Y8 auto., 8*  bf>nus load box, gold metallic,  with vinyl roof.  '69 Scout 800A, 304 c.i., VA.  4x4 buckets, deluxe pkg &  ^ Hubs.  Compare;', -quality, .ride,.&'...options available "or* tlie NOW  look In the new trucks from  International.        ,  "Authorized International  Dealer'*'  100% financing  Ph.  885-2812  or 885-9646  2034-tfiJ  16' CARVEL boat,  fibreglas-'  sed,   half   cabin,   VA   HP  Briggs & Stratton motor. Reasonable. F. HilL 885-9764.  2893-35  60 MP.H. 16* F.G, ski-boat &  trailer, 2-4 barrels. Headers.  Lots of chrome. Must sell.  $2500 or best cash offer. Write  4589 Michigan Ave,, Powell  River, B.C 2123-35  ONLY $300 ��� 18 ft. cabin  cruiser, fibreglassed to deck,  master steering, stainless steel  shaft, sleeps 2, needs new engine. Can be seen at Stone's  Marina, Secret Cove. Phone  224-5204 (Vancouver).  2863-35  18   FT.   clinker   built   cabin  cruiser. 50 hp Mercury O.B.  electric   start.   Al   condition.  Ph. 885-95827- 2932-36  14 FT. clinker built, good condition with 10 hp Johnson  outboard, $275, 12 ft. plywood  rowboat, $45. Call Pete Smith.  885-8463. 2929-35-  CARTOP   boats,   plywood   or  fibreglass. Ph, 883-2407.  '/   ' '  7 :- 2975-35  17    FT.    cabin    cruiser.    No  motor. Pli. 885-9470.  2973-35  W    BRANDLNAWR    design  cruiser,  oak  frame,  used 3  seasona,  45  hp  electric  start  2007-37  motor. 886-7430,  TRAILERS  8* x 12' SOLID plywood trailer for sole. Ph. 885-9568.  2053-tfn  UTILITY trailer for sale, 4 x  10 box. Steel frame with  spare tire, $50. Coll at Chevron Service Station, Madeira  Park. 2994-37  TOR SALE  1905, 250 c.c, Yamaha. 5 mpced.  Cash Bale. Ph. 885-2087,  2945-30  GEOGRAPHICAL Hooka,' will  sell'for 50c each. Box 2950, c/o  Peninsula Times. 2956-30  MARINE ACCESSORIES  .   paint���ffbrog\&*^ytoyo-~.  Caavas���Boat Hardware  Oppressed air service for  n&iradivera air tonka.  gkitsdlvera avallahle for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 88*3-9303, Glbmms, B.C.  1305-tfa  GOLF bag and clpbs, 5 irons,  2 woods, $45, 885-9654.  2977-tfn  SMALL    ' electric"'    kitchen  range. Good condition. Ph.  885-2174. 2978-37  REMINGTON" portable type-  writer,   excellent   condition.  $60.  Phone  885-2016  after 6  p.m. 2984-37  ZENITH      wringer      washer,  machine, $30. Ph. 885-2244,  2985-35  WATER TANK ��� Fir staves,  2500 gall. $lp0. See tank and  specs, at Gamma Phi Beta  Camp, 3'/4 miles west of  Secheit 2990-35  36" PROPANE range & tank.  G.E. fridge. Coleman lantern, Colin Mezin violin. Antique lap desk. Misc. items.  Ph. 885-9662. 2989-35  SLIP covered chesterfield and  chair, dinette set, wooden  table (arborite top) Rogers  Regency cabinet of flat-ware,  silver tea service and misc.  items. G*E. kettle & steam  iron. Franklyni fireplace. 885-  '"9598, "'���**������*���.*;,.    C   73007-30  BEST selection of Books on the  Sunshine Coast. The Pathless  Way���Journey To ' Power-  Ghost Towns of B.C.���Wo  Story of Medicine. Mmy Hunt  dreds of quality books to choose  from at The Times Bookstore,  Secheit. 885-9654. 2158-jfn  ONE STOp  SHOPPING  Sportsman fibreglass canopies, 8V 10', 11', 12' Bpats,  (fibreglass) Priced from $175.  Starcraff aluminum boats.  Up to 21* 2", priced from $235.  Travel trailers,  Beatty Gator boat tn.Ilj.rs.  jTohnson O.B.   ,  Hon<l�� motor cycles, 750 cc.  4 cyl. 67 hp, 450 c.c.; 350 c.c;  175 c.c; 125 c,c; 00 -Trailster  Sc the fabulous- Mini-Trail  from $209 F.P, i  Motor cycle accessories &  part��; leather boots & gloves,  Helmets; goggles; marine accessories; sleeping bags.  All Associated Supplies  for the Spoftsmori  on Special  One slightly used and one  new chain saw.  Form No., 18  (S,ection 82)  LAND ACT'  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate Egmont ' '(Sk<_okumchuck ' Narrows). J      _    F   .  Take notice that Mr. Gerald  Roger Student of No. 43, 2773  Barnet Highway, Port Coquitlam, B.C.,* occupation Counselor, Vancouver City College,  intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:r  Commencing at a post  planted 300' S.E. of Lot 294;  thence 300' N.E.; thence 100'  S.E.; thence 300' S.W.; thence  following shore line to point  of commencement and containing 3A acres, more or less, for  the purpose of Summer Cottage.  Gerald Roger Student  Dated June 27, 1969  2930-pu'o. July 23, 30, August  6, 13, 1969  Form No. 18  (SectioA 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate Egmont (Skookumchuck Narrows).  Take notice that Mrs. Dor-  epn Margaret Student of No.  43, 2773 Barnet Highway, Port  Coquitlam, B.C., *��� occupation  Housewife, intends, to apply  for a lease of the following  Hands:���  Commencing at a post  planted 200' S-E, of Lot 294;  thence 300' ISf.E-; thence 100'  S.E.; thence 300' S.W.; thence  following shore line to. point  of commencement and containing V* acres, more or less, for  the purpose of Summer Cottage., ��� ,''Y  Mrs. Doreen Margaret Student  Dated June 23, 1969  2931-pub. July 23, 30, August  6, 13, 1909  I   One  mower.  19*'   J_awnboy   power  SAVE $'$$-$  HONDA MARINE SALES  at  COPPING'S CORNER  Secht-M, B.C.  Ph,  885-28J 2  or 885-SW  tm-n  4  Form Wo. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land- Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  in Pender Harbour near Madeira Park, B.C.  Take notice that Harold  Ross McQuitty of Madeira  Park, B.C., occupation fishing  resort operator intends to apply for a )<*a��e of the following described lands;���  Commending at a post  planted at high water mark  on the? we_st boundary of Lot  2 Plan 7WJ6j Whence North 50  feet; ' iheiw* North East 220  feel; thence North 23Q feeit;  thence East 325 feet, thenco S,  6* 40" W 600 feet; tlience West  along high water mark to the  point of' ��� commenot-mwiit and  ^mtMnin^, .*. .8 +creat ��� :mpre or  tea, for (the purpose'of installing floats.  Harold Ross McQuitty  Dated July 17th, 3909,  c/o Jt. J. 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R.S.C.' 1952, CHAPTER 193
John S.' Kennedy P. Eng.
hereby gives notice that' he
has under Section 7 of the
said Act; - deposited with the
Minister of Transport, at Ottawa, and in the office of the
District Registrar of the Land
Registry District of Vancouver, B.C. at Vancouver, B.C.
a description of the site and
the plans of a barge loading
facility proposed to be built in
the.pprpoise Bay of Secheit*,
Inlet at Secheit, B.C. in front
of Lot Number 23 to 28 of Lot
1 of DL 1557 NWD.
And take notice that after
the expiration of one month
from the date of the publication of this notice John S.
Kennedy P. Eng. will under
Section "7 of the said Act apply, to the Minister of Transport, for approval of the said
site and plans.
Dated Vancouver this 24th.
day of July, 1969.'
John S. Kennedy
3005-pub. July 30, August 6,
13, 20, 1969
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MRS. DIANNE DeMarco (nee McDonald),
" has recently been awarded the ARCT
(•Associate of the'Royal Conservatory)
Solo Performer's Degree in piano from the
Toronto "Conservatory of Music. Dianne
received a First Class Honors mark of 80
Per cent in Music Form which was the
final in a series of exams that eandidates
are required to take. The Solo Performer
practical exam which* she completed in
January of this year is approximately one
hour in length, iri" which -the candidate is
required to give a performance of' five
concert pieces'as well- as 'technical requirements, Dianne received Honors in
this exam and a few excerpts from the
examiner's remarks are as'follows:
Mozart's Sonata in A Major.—"Candidate has awareness of the "variation style,
with sensitive tapering'of phrases, effective balance in the Adagio and Finale is
clear and steady."
Andante and Rondo' Capriccioso by
Mendelssohn—"Aneiante was melodic and
romantic in style and the Rondo is colorful, fluent and played with vitality."'
, La Cathedrale Engloutie by Debussy—
"A . competent, performance^ thoughtful
and descriptive.?
Dianne started piano lessons at the-
age of 10 with MrsYBetty Allen and Has
been featured in many local concerts and
recitals as well as the B.C. Music Festival
in Vancouver, placing high among the
winners. For the past two years Dianne
lias successfully been teaching piano' at
-her home in Gibsons, A pupil, Stephanie
Gibson," 10-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ross Gibson has just received an
Honors mark, ,76 per cent, in her grade
11 piano exam. *
The AH.TC degree is a very difficult
goal to attain as the' Conservatory demands an extremely high standard and
v;ery few degrees are awarded annually.
Two ether students of Mrs. Allen to receive this degree' in past years have been
Mrs, Anne Gary "(nee Lang) of Secheit
and Mrse. Mae Freer of Hopkin's Landing,
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orouncl tho world today who fee-
tlevo Jhot tits yhSflcotlon of mankind
b iho Will of Cod for our ofl«. Thoy
cqll -j>em.elye» Boha'Ii..
Perbap» Soha'l Is whst yoa ere
iooUng for.
Sgha!'f. of Sunshine Coast
885-2088, Scchclt, B.C.
Form No, 13
(Section 82)
Notice of Intention to Apply
to Lease Land -' -''
In Land Recording District
of Vancouvei-.'^BC and situate
North "Lake, B.C*
Take notice that Donald
Walter Mueller of Coquitlam,.
e>ccupation Heating Contractor intends to apply "for "a
lease of the' following described lands:—
Commencing at . a post
-planted 300 Ft. ^North East
from North' East corner of Lot
"C" of Lot 646f; thence. 100
Ft. North; therice 300 JFt, East;
thence 100 Ft. South; thence
300 Ft. West- and containing
•% acres, more "or less", * ' *
D.W. Mueller
Dated July; 13,, 1969.
3004-'pub.'J'uly'3O, August 6,
13, 20, 1969*
Mrsr.-Dianiie • DeMarco-has^^
for ifte&egfeetmjp^ ;F*orest Products.  Bart Mell*ori/\and
mak&hgT an,A§so^tevof .t^l.I^^
Conservatory "of. MmlQ:ToxQnUi.. .TOirL. S^e.   • "*• \, y ^ j - * Y Y \, \" „'
anne ^s .an, ^?c:eptioi?ally, busy; yoking.   ■, Y.   ..    .;. _     .„,  .: ". ^.___„s„."
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Form No. 18
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In Land Recording' District
of Vancouver, B.C., and situate North Lake. .    .
Take -notice that  Irene * A '
Bernardin of Coquitlam, B.C.,
occupation Housewife, intends
to apply for a lease of the following described lands:
Commencing ot a post planted 200 East frorp North East
comer of> lot C of* lot 6964,
thence 100 feet noj-th; thaace
300 east; thence 100 feet soutH;
i thence 390 west and contain-
' ing 7/10 acres, more or less,
for the purpose of summer
Dated July 11th, 1969.
2925-pub. July 24, 30, August
,    6, 13, 1969
MRS. -J. A.'Morgan oifKitehener.^Orii-ario -
-'  aiid*-!^.-Wr-Meade-CF_:'T6ronto-pla-i_te
io spend'three days with'Mrs/C. N.'Nikdh'
of Secheit but'their host^s was so pleas**- '
ing *and they-liked-Secheit so much that
they stayed for ten.Jeiays and.were loathe
f-Jjd leave-then; They liked the storesy^the
- clean fstreets -and eyeryone they met,
_.    Mrs, 'A_'Clampitt and' her * sister' Mrs,
JW. -Patter*son, mother and 'aunt of Mrs.
J. Redman have  been guests  at Cozy
,Court, "Secheit - '        •  '      •    *    -
7'. Mr.. and'-Mrs. Ron Redmai. of Cloverr
dale spent a-few days in Secheit; they
liked the golf course and it is quite ..probable.'they will'He more fregjuent visitors.
•"'   Mr], wally"Berry is home again'aftef a
, session in St. Paul's HospitaL
.*','- Mr.-Jim Parker is undergoing tests in
St Paul's' Hospital but hopes to be home
in a eiay or twql""  ' "'   ;'"     W"""
' '..^ Mr, and Mrs. Stef Arnason and their
. two children, Sandra and, Carl, have'been
*, visiting at Cormack's■ By-The-Sea, Davis
^ay for,the past three. Tj-ee]j_s,y. Mr. Ar-
. nason is the Administrator at the Depart-
. ment of Agriculture .Research Station ,at
, 'Lslthbridge, Alberta. While 'bere'hSs interest transferred from agriciiltdre-to'-marine
life as he and. his family/explored-the
- Jjeaches^ rbays arid .coves "bf' ib7e' 'Secheit
Peninsula. They Had *a -wonderful -jibliday
- jand jnlend to return.
'_,. 'Nancy Harris and Leslie Priest of Pem-
•'berton are visiting Nancy's gr&'ndparents
Mr, and Mrs. D- ft. Barclay at Davis Bay.
.'' Aboard the six o'clock flight from
•yianejoiiver to Gatwick; "EnglaTnaVlast Sunday were Barry MacDonald and Roderjc
'"rt*heeler dff'tb'seek, hopefully, fame and
fortune. Both former Elphinstone students,
• -Barry is -the son of Mr., and Mrs. G. H.
. MacPqnald of 'iVilson Creek and Rod is
tBe son "of "Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wheeler of
, Secheit. .     ,
--'"Canon  and -Mrs.   Minto- Swan  have
eighteen members of their family gather-
Walter Safety says,
"Tdl your mother and
father that you want
to, iearrj to ewihj NOW*"
ihg together ajounji ^the'Swan -.residences
■ in Wesk'Sechelk: Therd are* ten admits and,
eight children. One of ""the happy- evente
w___Fib-welcome'Dr_ and-Mrs,''Alan-Swan
with Eleanor, Martin and Trevor-Jaome-
from their* ."year""in * Honolulu. .^Douglas
Swan,-a jn^yy officer, and;his wif_j Doris
with David, Dianne ai_d Ian arrived,from,
their holiday at Jasper,'Peter _jtoan,who is
a lawyer in Kingston flew in with., has
wife Marion and children Eric and ,San-
dra. Anne, the only daughter and a7s«ihooi
nurse flew in with her 4eacher husband
from Sunn3^_e/'CaJ^or__ia.. It was..eight
years ago when the "aduijt, memters, all
gathered-for AJme's wedding7 but'-'tb^s is
the ,first time "that all the grandchildren
~ have seen each other.        > _     •    v -    7
,* There are boat trips, golf games, and
ispeciaE children's . parties planned r with.
many barbecues on the beach.        /. *;J
■ Sunday School —10:00 a.m.
<%'ukIsService*^—11:1$ o.m. ;
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1 _'a.m. July 13,' 27/August'10, 24 ■"
11:30'a'.m.'Ju|y '6/Aupust 3   *
7:30 p.m. Jujy 20y August 17
Phone 885-9673 or 085-9440 ,
Sunday 5diool 10:00 a.m.
Church Service 11:15 o.m.
lEvenlng ScrvJco 7:30 p-ra.
Davtt Day flood end A*l»o»u»
(2' bJocfi» up from HJsliWSfyl
J«hn F. Kennedy's former red-brick homo
Iri 'tho Georgetown tccrlon ofr VfoMng-
tin, D.C. ho* toahd In voluo'! from
$105,000 «» $225,000 In eight ycort.
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Sthwotheri will bo unncccsiory In to-
drrow'- ho«»e. iutt pre** tho right' button on tho diiW robchln* eind mold yoeir-
•rMf a throw-owojr 'jdote. ' ■■■ *        '""*■ ■■■
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ertca by tho NeV <Meon« Ofcolc*.
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A rool ettoto ogent In Ha wo II clolmt
•ho eon predict who will moko the final
<-ed*lon, hufbond or Vlfeibjr obtfrrl«a
which oa» f*et» tnta th* front M«t with
A        ft
Wo  claim  no  |>ow«r«  of  prediction—
jutt co»tomcsr »ali»foctlor» . ,V«mi rMtr
Smith toon.
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L.TD,'Ph'one Peninsula T/mes direct for (rep Ustlnas, specifying ''Dptd
Poedl'**. Pleoio note that spoco Is limited ond tome odyanbp".dotes moy
haVe to Walt (heir turn; also that this Is a *"reminder" llstlna only end
cannot always cany full detollsV
July 30—8 p.rn. Pcplnsulp Dining Room, Scchclt. Uherals mejeting. ^lesc-
' - ■   lion convchiion delegates. '   "'"'.''■ .'*•'■'■ ■"'     -   ■'■'"   "'   ■ " '
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July 31—8 p.m. Gibsons Rod and Quo Club. Pollution cooteof mecling.
August 2—11 a.m. - 5.P.O.. Davis Day wborf. Qjlldreso's-fidilrig derby
ond pie eating contest,
. August 2—8 p.m. Welcome Oeoch Hall, Annual.General Mewling, Com-
;; \-     rnunity Astoc'ofiPO.
Augu-t 3—7:30 p.m. SunUilne Coast Gospel Church, Davis Ooy. Canod-
ion Olblc Society Rally ond Film,
August 22, 23 one! 24—-Gibsons Sea Cavalcade.
MuS.ipio lifting Servico
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feechelt 885-2161 24 HOURS Gibson* 4Q4-7Q19
Tel:, 885-2100
R.RT \, Secheit, B.C.    *
Gibsons-Village  -
Experts ot ctrtveoiiffs and colour   ,
Custom Perms -— Phone 886-2120
Furniture Recovery a Specialty
Fine line of fabrics. -
Samples brought to home.
Tel. 8B5-9575 - Dovis Bay
Pender Harbour - 883-2403
Custom cabinetry, for home ond office
Kitchen Spedalists
B, Bidun, Beach Ave./ Roberts Creek
 Phone 986-2551'
TeJepboae 886-2069
"'Pbtte!**/; Supplies, classes & firing
deoler for PuSijcojVs Ceramic products
Pine Rd. &' Gnmdview Ave.
g.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.	
household Moving, Packing, Storage
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Member of Allied Von Lines,
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Phone 886-2664, itR. 1, Gibsons, B.C.
All electric "cabins. Boot rentals.
Launching ramp.
Mercury Outboard sales and service.
Marine ways, Repairs.
883-2248 - Madeira Parle, B.C.
in tfye Baj Block
Next to t^he ^op iStore
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1653 Seaview - IPhone 886-2642
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Backho® ond Truck Rentols
Phono 88|:2274
Box 89, Madeira Parfc, B.C.
Bal Block - Gibsops
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Everything fronri Needles to
For Your. Fue^l Supplies
Danny Wheeler
886-9663 - Hopkins Landing
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Ten years to pay
Complete line of appliances
For free estimate—Coll 886-2728
Ladies' and Children's yveaT
Open six days a week
Phone 885-2063
Cowrie Street, Secheit
Phone 885-2818
-Open in the Richter Block
Secheit, B.C.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday'
Bernina & Omega
Sales, Parts, Service
Free Estimates
Phono 886-7477
McCullough Chain Saws
Sales, Service, Repairs
■S/ Sumhirje' Coast Highway '
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By* l^our or Contract
Phcwo 885-2375 aff*5*f 5 p.tw.
fox 593^ Secbtlt, B.C.
Mis. Mono Havies - 885-9740
At the Sign of the Chevron
Machine Shop — Arc ond Acty Welding
Steel, Fabricating — Marine Woys
Automotive ond Marine Repairs
Standard Marine Station
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Tel: 883-2412 or 883-2265
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Parts & Marino Servico
Dealer for Evinrude, '
O.M.C. Stern Drjve
Lawn Boy, Spdrtydk, Springbok,
K & G Thermogloss
Ford Marine Engines
& Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer
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B. C. Land Surveyor
4726 Mafine Avenue
' Powell River, B.C.
Tel. 112-485-2404
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-   Latest Equipment for
frame & wheel Alignment
Wilson Creekj %C: '-. 885-9466
John Hind-Smith
Phone 886-2231
from 9am."to 5:30p.m.
Res. 886-9949
Phone 885-9713
Reupholstering - Restyling
Complete Drapery "Service
Samples shown in the home
Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.
Scows — Logs
sechelt towing & salvage
Heavy Equipment Moving & too Towino
 Phone 885-9425	
Dial 886-2808
When You Need Building Supplies
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 Phone 885-2062	
B.C* Land Surveyors
Whitaker Block - Davis Boy
RR. 1 Secheit, BlC
885-2332 or ZSnith 6430
Plumbing - Pipefitting .
Steamfitting - Hot Water Heating
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Heodejuorters for G.W.G, V/ork Clothes
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Currfo - Pjonoer Clothes
|585 Marino Dr., Gibsons - 006-2116
Secheit 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2172
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Repair and overhaul to all rriake^
Tel: 886-7411 or 886-28^1
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m   « oil.  v»  ^pJ ^ — *i -'-   v      "wf- F -      ,       -��" ./��.   , 'ij- ?1        I   '*.    J.    1 ', . F.-J '    V^ssf-H*-���  I.   . '   f  - \~~l*t?"' "'*-   '    "   '    "*    '     '   Y,,     y*     "\-     ..      '    '   '"   ';.'.'    '"-      *"      I     ',-      <V ' 'I*'*     '    ���.--.(<      -    ��J*,V   Nfr'. <    '     ��fVfH..    *|,'^. *���.     J--'*"','.        <"      ." i      T .       _  , * .   " *' , . -     's ' '      *     * ' !  ' - *    " ��  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, July 30, I960  The Peninsula^^��^  "f may be Wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fall to say what t believe to be right."  '   \ ' '       '     ���John Atkins  Dougi_-_5 G. WiB-ELEii. Edifdr -��� Stewart B. Alsgard, Publisher    lWM��IIMaW>��MW_|lllBllllllllllPIIII_llllll*W^  PARKING in the village of Gibsons has  proved a headache during summer  months for some years and at the' pres-  those who like to dictate from ivory  towers. '  *  This industry has been recognized as  ent time a practical solution could prove _ highly remunerative non-pollutive type  extremely costly.   Secheit is  presently- 0f business acceptable to most communi-  better situated but by no means free from ties and sought after by the rather more   *_ j..��-_. -__l,  ��_��a_,  r.r>A  .tritVi ________      _. ___.j: *:_._   __*  U*  ����_  congestion during peak periods and with  tourist increase the time is close when  action will have to be taken.  Since the ditch along Inlet to the  waterfront was filled, with parking in  mind, some years ago, council has periodically brought up the question of cleaning that area up by paving'and marking  off for parking. Unfortunately, as pointed out by the Mayor recently, projects  are put on the agenda but never completed.  As previously suggested, we have  precious little to attract tourism at this  time, a situation that will certainly not  always be so, in the meantime it is complete folly to turn a blind eye to a situation which should be attacked now. To  wait until it is with us will mean paying  progressive. .Some indication of its potential may be gathered from figures  recently released by the Greater Vancouver Visitors and Convention Bureau.  It is estimated that 2,200,000 visitors  to the Lower Mainland will spend more  than $220 million this year. This compares with 1,896,255 visitors who  brought in $200 million last year which  was up from 1,164,229 who spent $46  million five years ago.  This increase has come in spring and  fall months and is taken as a strong indication that the area is gaining increasing acceptance as a year round attraction.  President of the Bureau, former Burnaby Mayor Alan Emmott, says "it's up  premium prices for available property, if to every community to go all out and  available.   Even at this time, there is promote and encourage this trend.   If  very little property within the village in tourism  is to become this Province's  proximity to the shopping area, and what major dollar earner, municipal govern-  is, has already long past the low cost ments, businessmen and community or-  figure.  With the predominant reluctance by  residents to accept industrial undertakings ia the area, it would seem our  economic future will have to depend  upon tourism, should it be acceptable to  ganizations must be prepared to spend  money for such promotion. This will  not only be returned many-fold by increases in tourist business but will also  show potential developers that the economic climate is right for investment."  ANNOUNCEMENT by Premier W. A.  C. Bennett of an election August 27  has sounded the bell for battle stations  and we look forward with great interest,  and speculation, to the continued campaign by those two giants in the world of  misguided oratory, the two aspirants to  under free enterprise, it is reasonable to  assume this is a successful system, particularly for those who have no objection  to working for a living.  During coming weeks we will be  treated to a constant barrage of promises,  political hogwash, propaganda, downright  provincial leadership, Messrs Berger and lies, halftruths and some truths and all  McGeer. flavored  with  avowed  dedication  and  Their entry into the election cam- overplayed sincerity. In short, the circus  paign started some months ago, during has commenced, the con game has been  which time they have each taken it upon launched but we rather suspect the mod-  themselves to condemn, attack and be- ern public is no longer gullible and Au-  little almost every worth while function gust 27 will separate the boys from the  the present government has undertaken, man.  Education, hospitals, taxation, cost  of living, pollution, Liquor Control  Board, Indian problems, police brutality, senior citizens; just name it and our  two saviors appear to have a miraculous  cure for all they claim to be wrong with  existing government programs.  AH the promises in the world are not  going to cut down taxation without cutting out benefits or facilities somewhere  along the way. Taxation may be juggled  in a multitude of ways but it -still has to  be paid in one way or another and by  the public. Any changes implemented in  the tax structure simply means lifting the  weight from one body and placing it  upon another.  Those in the higher wage bracket  and industry are already taxed to the  limit, it is therefore, quite obvious that  one docs not have to be a financial wizard to imagine where the changes will  rest.  We on the Sunshine Coast are perhaps fortunate in that the problem of  voting is a comparatively simple one, we  have'but. two choices which with very  little contemplation means, in effect, one  choice, that of Social Credit, unless we  arc prepared to suffer the abysmal fetters of socialism. Without hesitation, wc  would suggest, there is not a country  anywhere in the world, under, the yoke  of socialism, that has a living standard  to compare with ours.   It is a regime  which thrives on state control yet succeeds in establishment of a lower standard of living, slumping economy and  stunting of initiative.  With the right leaders, cither liberals  or conservatives could possibly succeed  in keeping the province on an even  course, who knows, they might even ex-  eel the socreds. At the same time it is  quite evident neither has a hope at this  time and should we be dedicated supporters of cither party wc might just as  well face facts: Wc have to choose between socialism or free enterprise. Considering the country, as a whole, has  Krospcrcd, and become one of the most  ighly respected countries in the world  Bible Socieiy io hold  rally in Gospel Church  PART of the Bible has been published in  languages of 95 per cent of the people  of the world and yet there are nearly  2000 languages and dialects in which  nothing has been published. (  At the present,time 3000 people are  involved in the task of translating and  revising the Bible in 800 languages. The ,  Christian Scriptures are being published  in a new language every 8 days.  This significant work is being done  under the direction of the United Bible  Societies, and the Canadian Bible Society  is sharing in this world-task through"  contributions made by people in this nation who value the blessings of the Bible.  To encourage increasing support of  this work essential to all Churches in their  missionary outreach and imperative in a  world of awakening millions,' a Rally is  being held in the Sunshine Coast Gospel  Church, Davis Bay, Sunday, August 3 at  7:30 p,m.  "Trials of a Translator" is the title of  a most interesting motion picture being  shown at this Rally by the District Secretary of the Canadian Bible Society.  The film features the great significance of putting the Bible into the languages of the people of the World.  Now for the real test: selling soap to hippies  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Fletcher's Philosophy  ���Harry W. Fletcher  HOLIDAY  We knqvf it's too sooa for a definite plan  of where we shall go on vacation,  But somebody mentioned a trip to Japan  which .started (he whole conversation.  Though school won't be out for a couple of  months  and April's not through with it. sprinkling,  Wc may as well open discussion at once  and find what the family's thinking.  The boys arc all crazy to sail on a yacht,  though this is impractical wishing,  They'll usually settle for any old spot  just so there's a chance to go fishing.  The girls like a popular mountain resort  where horses and men furnish action;  While Dad prefers watching his favorite sport  without any needless distraction. \  But Mom is the easiest person to please,  which governs the holiday booking:  A plushy motel to relax, at; her case  where somebody else docs the cooking!  Superintendent oi schools  dies suddenly in Kelowna  THREE or four Powell Itlvcf school trustees and one or two ex-trustees are attending the funeral of Superintendent of  Schools, Gordon Johnson, in West Vancouver this afternoon,  Mr. Johnson died in Kelowna Friday.  He was In Kelowna for his son's wedding.  Ho had been superintendent of schools  for the past nine;.years. Until Inst year  he was also superintendent of schools for  Scchclt,  Prior to coming to Powell River he  worked in Kelowna, Prince George and  Peace River, Over 20 years ago he taught  at Brooks school for neven years.  "The school board regrets the sudden  death of n person with whom they have  been associated for, nine years," Jim Ford,  board chairman, said last night. "During  his time as the superintendent he contributed'much to the advancement of education,"  COOPER'S   Green,  Redrooffs,- was   gay  with banners and streamers for- the  Country Fair organized by the Welcome  Beach Community Association last Saturday and the Green was thronged*" with  impatient customers long before the time  of opening. At 2 p_m. Canon Alani Greene  declared the Fair open and customers  pounced on the crusty loaves of< fragrant  home-baked bread, pies and cakes and  the bargains in novelties and white elephants. -      ,    .  Kept busy at the home-baking stall  were Mrs. Keith Comyn, Mrs. M. Tinkley  and Mrs. E. Pearce. Mrs. V.] Sallis and  Mrs. Wm. Fraser sold aprons and novelties, while Mrs. Roy Uolgate attracted the  young fry with an assortment of toys.  At the Garden Stall, with its colour  ful display of flowers, fruit, vegetables  and jellies, were Mrs. J.-Allan and Mrs.  M. Walker. The hard-working' team on*  the Hot Dog stand were Mrs: A, -Rutherford, Mrs. Bill Cameron, Mr. and Mrs.  Ed. Cook and Mrs. R Warne.  Mrs. Guy Clear, m 'charge of' white  elephants was assisted by Sherry Greenlaw.   Mrs. Eric Prittie of Roberts Creek  kept the youngsters happy at the Fishpond,      ���,,���.���.  .��� ���.��� ������ ���,   which she took over in the absence of Tier, *��j��jtopy^^  mother, Mrs. Ralph Lynds. Mrr.and Mrs. - fetiiejBeach Community Association  *    ,  * * _  ���by Mary Tinkley  guessing its exact weight, 16 pounds, and  Mrs. Ladner wan a doll by guessing its  name, which -was Sylvia..  The following are the winners of the  raffles:  Grocery Hampers: Mrs. Jerry Williams  and Ted1 Cook.  Garden Lounge: Mrs. Harry JLiUmsden.  Dolls: Blackie Petit and Mrs. A. Simp-  kins of Davis Bay.  The Welcome Beach Community Association is grateful to all who helped to  make the Fair such a success��� to Jim  Cooper for .-the use of Cooper's Green, to  those who gave so generously to the home  baking and other stalls, to Parker's Hardware and L. & J. Jewelers who donated  prizes, to Mr. and Mrs". Eric Prittie who  came from Roberts Creek to help, to Mrs.  E. McWhinnie of Secheit who gave such  generous support and to the- ladies of  Halfmoon. Bay who helped on the hot  dog stand.  WATER BOARD  The Annual Meeting of the Welcome  Beach Water Board. wiU be held at the  Welcome Beach Hail on' August 2 at 7  p.m. to which all property owners in the  Welcome Beach sub-division are cordially  invited. It wili be followed, at 8 p_m_ by  ���by bus, -travelling over 700 miles of gravel  roads in two twenty-'hour stages, with an  overnight 'stop at Edmonton.  Tony Tschaikowsky is convalescing at  his home following surgery in St. Paul's  , Hospital. Still hospitalized is Rob Wilkinson, a patient in Lions' Gate Hospital.  Len Van Egmond is limping around  despite a broken leg sustained- in a car  collision in a bad part of the Brooks Road.  \ With the.closure of the <3ulf to trailers,  Ed Edmunds has returned home for a  few days. He complains tliat fishing so  far this year has been poor.  *  Guest of Francis Stone last weekend  was his cousin, Jim "Bennett of Compton  Martin, near Bristol, England. Mr.' Bennett is on a visit to a daughter in Vancouver.  Visiting the Pat Murphy home -are Mrs.  Eileen Mark of'Edmonton, Dallas and  Bobby.  * At the Ted Suriees' home is Mr. Sur-  tees" sister, Mrs. Albert Richards of Terrace.  mmmmm  mmimm  ���PRESENTS���  ���to Adcnt-f anco to  PCMQB9 BOdSX %B.  STARRING  Dusttn Hoffman, Ann Bancroft  Catharine Ross  Technicolor - Cinemascope  Cartoon  Starts 8 p.m. Out 10 p.m.  (increased admissions)  Fri., Sat., Mon., August I, 2, and 4  Next Week:  'THE BOSTON STRANGLER"  Hugh Duff were jn charge 'of raffles and  Mrs. B. McCaul ran the bookstall. Mrs.  Arnold Bond's stall was kept busy with  guessing contests, . .  , .  , "  Bingo called by Jack Hall and Charlie  Coatham| was so popular that there was  a hne-up for'seats. .  The following are* the results of the  races run under the direction of Hugh  Duff, assisted by Eric Prittie:  4-8 years: 1, Sally Birchall; 2,( Andrew Boyle.  Girls 9-14: 1, Jill Birchall; 2, Brenda  Gallagher. - i  Boys 9 -14: 1, Rob Steeves; 2, Trevor  Firth.  Egg and Spoon Race: Kerry Dix.  Fritz" Leuchte won the watermelon by  IN'BRIEF  ���" ' On Tuesday, August 5, all residents of  ���the area are invited to attend a tea at the  Welcome Beach Hall from 2-4 p.m. Guest  of honor will be the Hon, Isabel P, Dawson.  Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ellis have returned  from an interesting trip to Yellowknife,  .N.W.T., where they visited Mrs. Ellis'  sister, Mrs. Ray Barton. They travelled by  CNR to Edmonton and flew from there to  Yellowknife. There they enjoyed the long  days with more -than 22 hours of sunshine  and comfortable temperatures in the 70's.  ���They made several7tr.ps arid saw three  falls on the McKenzie; River all higher  than the Niagara Falls., In order to see  more of (the'country, they returned home  M-W_a_��i��^  ��ID'S  ''  DitYGOOPS  CHILDREN'.;. AND  . ���     wear  LADIES9 SPORTS WEAR  Phono 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  _-33  |5gJK��S^^^^  *  :  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  GARBAGE COLLECTIO  REVISED SCHEDULE  Tho Regional District Garbage Collection Servico ia now in operation.  Tho servico will provide for the collection of two standard garbage containers from each property every two weeks.  1, LANGDALE, HOPKINS, SOAMES POINT, GRANTHAMS���  Tuesday, July 29th and thence every second Tuesday.  X REDROOFFS, HALFMOON BAY, SECRET COVE & WEST SECHELT  (West of Wakcfiold Inn).  Wednesday, July 30th and thenco every second Wednesday.  3. GIBSONS HEIGHTS, GOWER POINT���  Thursday, July 31st and thenco every second Thursday.  4. WILSON CREEK, DAVIS BAY, SELMA PARK, WIST SECHELT TO  WAKEFIELD INN.  Friday, August 1st and thenco every second Friday.  5. ROBERTS CREEK (area from Cemetery to Provincial ParWte).  July 24th and thenco every second Thursday.  Any further revisions to this schedule will be published In notice form  in this paper. -  CHARLES F. GOODING  July ?8fh, 1969: : ! Secretory  save.'.Money  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast  GULF RUSIUBNG  885-2283 - Scchclt, B.C.  immmmmismmmmmmMmmm  KING SIZED MEALS  AT BUDGET PRICES  at     1  PE1IISULI D1IVE-IM  ON HIGHWAY 101 ot SECHELT  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  PHONE 885-2311  ^EVEHS .TELEVISION  ,  & .RADIO1,-  STEREO - &���* W and COLOR T.V.  Fully Equipped for Color T.Y.  Dealers for  ZENITH - PHILIPS - RCA  FLEETWOOD  Better than City Prices  Phono 806-2280'  ��� " -   GIBSONS,'��� B.C  ___n  vMMltilamamm^xmKl  mi^mfifti^ifmmmmmmmmm  Brought to you by  those progressive  places of business \  *..�����.,  SB  ^^^j^lf  BEWR BROS.  Furnishings and  Appliances  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phono 885-2058 -Scchclt, B.C.  !  )  POTATO CHIPS AND APPLES ADD ZEST AND  COLOUR TO TUNA SALAD  Visit your local outdoor rodfket thli week to toko advontogo qf .tho multitude of. top  quality fruit* ond vcflotobles available at reasonable price*. Pick up &hJny apples^ lha  last of the Canadian celery and oreen onions to make Tuna Apple Salad.  This year has produced a bumper crop of apples. Canadian apples equal no other  fruit In color, oroma, crisp, Juicy texture, and delicate flavour. Buy opples by variety  occordlnp to cooklno and eating quality. Some of the aood eating apples are MclntoIK,  Delicious and Spy while Grccnlnos, Wealthy and Spy arc best for cooklno.  Excfillcnt with this tuna wlad ore plplno hot potato chips. Place the chips In a pppcr  , boa In o 350 deflrco oven for 15 minutes.  Peninsula Plumbing  '   Ltd. , ,  &fEATBH���. & SUPPLIES  Vour Kemtono  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phono 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  1 con. (79*" oz'.) "solid pock turn  2 medium eating apples, chopped  (leave   *klr��  or��>  % cup c��l��ry chopped  'A cup preen onions  TUNA APPLE SALAD   Salt ond popper to taste"' ' "    " *  V*. cup peanuts (optional)  % cup red pepper or pimento (chopped)  Mi cup (approximately) Mayonnaise  Pour oil off tuna. Flake tuna. Ml* all ingredients. Chill at least 7 hours. Servo on a  lettuce leaf with hot pototo chips and relishes.  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found, at . . .  IHifJENE'S  FASHSON SHOPPE  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  AS LOW AS  25c A.' DAY   WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL FURNACE  Complete   with   oil   burner,   ductu  work ond oil tank in your home.  Coll   Bud   KJewltz  your Shell1'Oil  Distribulor  886-2133, Gibsons, B.C.  :  f.  /,  b  ��. ��W��!*I1"IW*#.W-Y*fJ*(MH��SWi  ft pi #���.<���?���**.  **>w*i��f^* j***",,,*?**.-? f "i*"-*-a*.*-'5 ff i* *t "V**  .lj .*-  ���jp" t^.1 **.<*. ft. I*  *.:,,"  ,_*...| _...__ /i^M,jj..  'a,>    f.  ^ 4k.    .mV,". *"  "l"-,*",'^^.w**'^w^^  py  "Tr,;**}-**' \  *<<**^h��^Wy&__&V*^^  ,    ,*������      ,   >       i-i i ,        ">\'f j; ',      * f      *���   -,        -,,*     r j    .f t-   i f   _* i. . * >- r  ^tyfc*a^#:te^  -*    * * T *. v ���"- -    ***  Around Gibsons  IT,'WAS very excited home on North  Road, "Cihso^'when'*Mom and I>ad;  Gerry' and-Gordon CJark'e arrived on  July, 10th with their chosen, daughter,  fiye month old" Jennifer- Lynn. Brothers  .Robert, Alphonse and Bruce and sisters  Heather and Pat are very pleased with?  their beautiful new member "of the family, Happy grandparents" are G^ye^ and  Vic Be^kly of Victoria and' Marie arid Alf  Clarke of Gibsons, B.C.  Linda Biggemann, 9 year old daughter  of Corpora^ an^ 7 Mrs! L- Biggemann of  Gibspn? has' ji*st received word from the  Royal Conservatory of Music in Toro.nto  of her successful passing with honours of  her grad^ $wo piano, exam. Line.**, is a  pupil of Mrs. Betty Allan of Roberts  Creek. ~Y    '   ,  FAREWELL  Honouring Mr. and Mrs, W, S. Potter  about 50 people were present at a coffee  party and social hour following Morning  Worship service at Gibsons United  Church on Sunday July 20. Representatives were present from Wilson Creek  and Roberts Creek. as well as Gibsons  congregation.  Mrs. Ron Vernon rendered a beautiful  vocal solo. Tribute was paid-to Mr. and  Mis. Potter by' .Mr. Prank Daugherty  speaking for the Board of Stewards; Mr.  Tom Fyles who spoke for the Session and  Rev. W. Murray Cameron who. pa his last  Sunday at' Gibsons' United Church was  given* the honour of making the farewell  speech and' presentation ot a gift  Mr. and Mrs, Potter's departure will be  a loss to the compwiiity they have served  so, well. Blr. Potter has bpen a tower of  strength iri the Church, filling many positions and helping in numerous capacities.  Their daughter Miss Kathy Potter was  unable to" attend "as she is taking an-Art  School course at Pentictoxi.  HERE AND THERE  Randy Wiren, son of Mrs. L. E.  (Grace) Wiren of Hopkins Landing has  been in Finland for the past two months.  Mr. and Mrs. Randy Wiren and daughter  now live "at Aberdeen, Washington. Randy was formerly an'electrical foreman at  Port Mellon and is now with Lamb-Grays  Harbour of Hoquiam, Wash, and was sent  to Finland on a special job. He was particularly happy with the assignment as  Finland was the birthplace of his late  father!  While Mr. Wiren is overseas, his wife  and daughter aire on vacation at South  Pender Island.  * *-  Visiting Dr. D. L. and Mrs. Johnson  for a week were their son and his family,  Dr. "Vernon and Mrs. Johnson with April  and" Maya who .motored from Prince  George.  Mr. and Mrs." George Flack's t guests  were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fitzsinimonds  who;drove from San Marcos,*California,  This ,was" their first visit to Gibsons/ The  two'families are old friends having gone  to school together in Saskatchewan.   -  Mrs. F. R. Broderickv o't Bead}. AVe.,  _ -_r__ _,-..,��� spent f  travelling by plane../    .....,.>   -  Karl Schroers motored to' Calgary* to  visit, his sister.   .  Miss Lynn Vernon who was vacationing at the home of her parents Mr. and  Mrs.' Ran Vernon, has gone -to Hudson  Hop3 to visit her brother and sister-in-  law Dick and Heather Vernon and family.  Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Graham of  Port Mellon have returned from a three  week vacation during which they flew  to Birtie, Manitoba to attend the celebration of the 90th birthday of Mrs- Graham's father.  At the home of Mrs. Iris Smith, the  87th birthday of her mother Mrs, I. M,  Diamond was observed recently.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Durman and fcupily  from Port Moody were holidaying at  Gibsons.  Visiting Mrs. Ida Lowther were Mrs.  Ted Lpwther and two childreni from Port  Coquitlam.  Pierre Berdahl spent a week with Bob  and Jackie Burnett ahd Dwayne at Lad-  ner.  hols Tyers and her husband from Coquitlam (former Gibsons residents) visited friends here recently.  Mrs. Leckie who was vacationing at  the Marlar home at Hopkins Landing has  returned to the city,  Mrs. Mary Macintosh and Linda have  returned from Blue River where they  visited relative..  Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Durant Irgcns  were daughter Amelia; ffPp** Vancouver  Island and daughter Lillian from Surrey.  Guests of Mr, and Mrs. William Hut-  chins wcr*! their son-in-*1aw and daughter  Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Groll and four children from Calgary, Holidaying hero for  3 weeks arc Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins' eon  wi ih his family from Copuitlam, Mr. ond  Mre, Jack Hutchins, Judy, Jill and Jeff.  i While; on vacation iMr. nnd Mrs. It, L.  Blakeman motored, io the Kootenays  visiting relatives at Nelson then on tn  Vancouver Wand where they were  guests pf Mr. and Mrs. Maury RandcH at  Courtenay.  Mns. George T. Smith of "Cnnol  Lodge" wap a req. rit visitor to Harrison  Hot Springs to see her sister and nk-ce  *��� V  m  ���������*  v_3f  w^*  W  fm  tv"  &��  fe  vv  : ^  "._ -  .  _*'       '\-.  if^*  jf  ������*  Si  -o ���','  .   r*  u*  -M!.  Expansion  Opening up a. truly beautiftitpanor.  ramie view of* Porpoise- Bay/ a new  seventy- acre * subdivision, is,-.being,  cleared; on' the West arm ot the .Bay-  toy( Mr. Ted Osborne1 wha foresees the  wide access, road as, being Gje' start.  of ^ road thcotigh .to- Egmont.; The.  gently* graded- subdivision is 'witinn  ent  \7  ranee  *��� F ',       ' F.  -'.'Q. -Vhaye bought a,truck to haul lum- -  -ber for a dealer in the Gaspe^Pepinsula.  -^'Pa_n:*paid'at'/an hourly rate,'I _3_ould  like to know-if my employment-is* insur-  *able and." if I^will"be* entitled tobene|it-  uppn -termination of my employment.  * A.  No,, your' employment is not ihsur-' *  able because/' under ,-the Unemployment  Insurance* -Regulations; a person who, for  consideration, contracts for the convey-  lins here before their departure  .'Attending Fraser Valley Camp ' at.  Clay burn were Mrs. K. Schroers, anil  Derrek, Mrs, M- Cooper and Mrs. g.-Law-  rence,  .Guests of Mrs, M. Hollowink were Mr-  arid Mrs, George St, Germairie arid'fam-.,  ily.from RiondelL * -    .".-.���:.  Mrs.  Violet  Dumonceau  and  family  from Coquitlam visited her parents Mr.  and- Mrs. Alf Clarke and other relatives .  arid friends here. Also visiting Mr. and-  Mrs. Clarke were the latter's jiephew.Mr.  arid Mrs. Leo D.e. Decker and children,  also Mrs. Fisher all from Regina. They  enjoyed-their first visit to. this part of  the country being^ .fimong ^5 persgns: at  ��� _. ... ���Vi.^..s._a. w�� M_a___ 'vvc*��    a barbecue nariy in Honour of the birtn-  Rob^Ws Creek spent Ssw^^Bt^gif^   day.'of Mr. A|f Clark^ 9n Friday,  travelling'by nlane ,^=*--��" <     '.The wedding pf Arnold John Wire**-  younger son of Mr.^and Mrs. Wiljq Wireij,  and Miss Beverly Kermod�� of Vancouver  will take- place, at' the Unitarian Church  Vancouver on August 23, J 969* "  . Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs, Gordon  Clarke were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Beckly  from Victoria al?p Mr, and,Mrs. Leonard  Beckly from Whitby, Ontario,  Mrs. R. Emerson has returned from  Edmonton where she went by train to  visit her son-in-law and daughter  (Elaine), Mr. and Mrs. Hearfield.  ' * While on holiday Mr. and, Mrs. Pat  Quarry with Trevor and Brad motored to  Prince George, From Kamloops, Mr.  Quarry went on to Calgary\ to visit his  mother. Mrs. Quarry and * sons returned  home.  Mrs. Burnett and Dwayne from Lad-  ner visited relatives here being joined on-  the weekend by husband Bob.  The fishing, was good. ���;   v.���;������        , .,, ���'���' ,.,<. .,'.;,. ��� ,���  Mrs, Ali^e Veitch was 'JDJec^hipani^^by''-  her sister Mrs. Iria Johnstone fj*^m T^rfy  Point, Vancouver Island,! when; she n��ot-  ored to Prince George to see her daugh-"  tor. They also visited a nieoe'at Prince ���  RUpert before goinjg to Lake Lakelse and  ititimat. They enjoyed staying at the  Government Camp-sites situated at scenic points and at Kispiox, Mrs. Veilch look  pictures of the totem po'es and churph.-  there.  Mrs. Arnold* from Prince Albert^ Sask.  who   was   visiting   h^r,' daughter' Mrs.  Weinhandlheye,'has now |pne to^CaliY  fobnia'to see hereon.    * v''*"j' y **"- * -    , ���-_.^. 7,.-_~--    ->  ted Alfred and Elsie Fletcher and family- vehicle,' is engaged in excepted employ-  *   SS^rSt   -o 'v    \r     ���      '*/ -J*- ' *&$ &&*&& 9* which"lihririployment  Mr.   Dale   B.  Frankhn  is  attending    insurance cdntriblitioris are'riot bayableY  summer school. Having accepted a teach-    *"*  ing position  at Kitimat^ "Mr, ar>d'']$p>-f  Frankliu and f apuly will be moping, in  August. Mrs/ Lucy Franklin from JJorth  Vancouvei   will  visit  with the Frank- *  Any Questions please?  -not, will J be entitled to benefit next* winter? .*--,.    /_.\  ," A It is true that" your employment is"  not insurable,1-as-you are a,.student;-and  work less than 24 hours' a^week.' 7 '   'y v  \ Even if you bad ihe^reayured number  .of contributions to-your, credit:, you*would  not be entitled-to benefit as, beiriga, full-  time student, you would-not. be available1  for work. " ...*..  '    * , r-  .7 f . , y      -  / Questions should be .referred * to' Information Services, Unemployrnerit "fiisur-  ance Comn-ission, Vanier-Building,: 322  "Nepean Street,* Ottawa, .Ontario ���-Tel.  .996-2975. ",,'-"-  - Q, I attend university ��� full' time. In  order to* pay for "my next year of study,  I'Will work as,a singer in a gogo dub one  ni^ft a week.'JWy,employer,'*wb�� i^^the'  -proprietor, "tells me that-my employment  is not __i_.ur._bh-    Is he" liglii1   If he is  Spruce are the mast\common Canadian conifers.  ,  Soil  color.  chemical - variations ��� affect  leaf  PiiCTiimtritil .re 11k u.-; of ad-lerjlj.     _  f,  s  \  V  A  N  !\  i.  *s  xf^f *  tt>a  1 . .  .       v _ a  ��...  J*��r,  w&t  1  ml  *.\>  .���*-*  *>r  >H.  TO  i**,  _ j  jzssmzzsm  TP^^g?^a|!��^ffg^gg|>,  Doctor of Optometry  ��� 204 Vo����^|f��f ilock   ���  Voncouvpr, B.C.  ��� Will ho In Secheit  otidoy, Appu$f 1  fot an oppotntmeftt for  ,     eye cxGml&fstlcti phono  _���__���_._.!_  r��_    _  ��� ,>      i ���   -     ,     .        opiaon i/own- .  Youngsters'in a holiday mood at Wil- ing un^erit they're jumping over it;  son Creek are enjoying wharf faeili- * or at lea^t trying to as Lyrin Bullis  ties,'couftesy* Standard Oil Co-;  if demonstrates trying out a ne^v diving  tyey are t^ot fiship'g from it or climb- style pt high title.  l      i -in- .   -    Y ii-r       .I.'  ��� '    -      * ���       ���   " Tl    "         '  Customers on''!Hi��;",-Secheit System .{formerly-.$05h*a11  Waterworks) muf. .r.now: pay .their; water bills- pt.  the'  $��chelt  Y?P.��S�� ��� M^Pi^ipp!; Office .Qr... qt. th��   iepionol  PSstrSct office '-Qqyfs  ��qyf  Rqt^s.fqr thp quarter comw  iq^ticlng   July  2nd  pre... now-, ^we, :Ch��qi#| should *���}& ���  niqde pqyahle:.-tO--.the Regional Water Authority.  ' . . CHARLES;-f^'.CM9QDINQ  "'  Y ��� -SccretaFiry-Tresasiircr  r  Vf&M&Mi MY 30* 1H9,       the Peninsula Tlwee ,    *   pQ��e A-5  piill the zipper  fortwelve -smooth, easy"  drinking bottles of the great beer-  * - .        1 *  This tiyetfktmttih notpuhlisjiri cr&H&yii bylht U^ttsf Cofitml BMtSuit&iCsnTCsritAiStBSS&CsTssSlla.  \  SCHOOL DISTRICT Ho. 46 (SECHELT)  [ofice lo lesSieMedorsaii TemnMlecfors  Qualified persons, other than property owners, -wishing to have their names entered  on the List of Electors for 1969-70 must file the necessary declaration with the Secretary-Treasurer of School District No] Ad'(Secheit). Box 220.'Gibsons. B.C. before 5:00  p.m. on AUGUST 31, 1969.  Wives or husbands of property owners, who are npt thpmselvesvregistered owners, may  register as resident or tenant .electors.        * >  SOME INDIAN PEOPLE CAM VOTE AS TENANT OR RESIDENT ELECTORS  An amendment to the Public Schools -Aitf has been Interpreted to mean that, where  on Indian'.Reserve lies within a provincial school district and where the Indian children  attend a provincial school, the adult Indians ot the Reserve can register as tenant-electors or resident-e!ecfioi-s, which makes them eligible* to Vote for school trustees" and also  to run 'for election themselves as school trustees. (Tenant and Resident Electors cannot  vote on money'by-laws). ' '  3. S. METZLER, Secretory-Treasurer  Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.  If you are 0 resident, but not the head of tlio household, you con be placed on the  VOtcri' list by completing the form below and sending it- to the Secretory-Treasurer BEFORE AUGUST 31, 1?69.   CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE)  DECLARATION BY RESIDENT ELECTOR  Canada: 1  * Province of British Columbia        )  School  District No.   46   (Secheit)  Box 220, Gibsons )  I,  ,  do solemnly declare as follows:  (a) That I am a Conadion citizen or other British'subject and that I am of the full age  of twenty-one years, ,  (b) That I hovp been continuously, for six months Immediately prior to this date, and  am a resident of th? scbopl district (or a jural area of "the school district).  (c)'Xh'at I re?idp at ���..:- -..-:���,.....���..;.���Y:.;.������..iL. . ._. ^-_._���.  (here describe by address or property description)  os ; ,....-:���r��._.���,���.;,.^ yu,���^;.^...��� In the said school district.  (head of family, member of family,, boarder or lodger)  And, I malce this solemn declaration conscientiously-believing it to be true, and knowing that ft is of tbp some force and effect as Jf mode under oath and by virtue of the  Canada Evidence ^ict. '   ,...  DECLARED BEFORE ME AT'���. ^���v.D.C, )  this���.......''day of   ���..������.���.��������� 19'.~..~.���)  - ~- Y ....���.���.���.-:-.-_U__.l,j'7~"���"'"*""~"'"���"""~"  NOTE: The declorotlop mys^ be, ?'g'��*?4 (^ |>crfpq,bisfor�� a Notpry Public, a Commissioner of Oaths, other person so empowered pr fhe Spcretory-Treasurer. D^lorotion  must be de|i*/cred to tho Sccretory-Treosu'rcr within one week of tho date thereon.  Complete tho form below for tenant-elector If you ara Iho head of tho household and  send it to tho Sccrf tcry-Tre��8urer BEFORE AUGUST 31, 1969.  (CUT A^NG DOTTED LINE)  ���..��������' ���-" ,...., ...j*..,,,..;...,...,......,.., ������..,..,.,..........,.........  pECtARATIOM 8Y ��NWT-E��CTOR  C<wv-diJ., I  Provlnco of British Columbia )  School District No. 46 (Secheit)  Box 220, Gibjons ^  , (full name, npsldenco ond ocewpotiop)  do solerpnly d��clarp ai follows:  (a) That I am a Conodlan Citizen or other CritisJi subject and that I om of the full  oge of twenty-one years.  '(b) That | have fox*1*" eon\lnym\%lY, for ��1^ month* fivmedlptely prior to this date, and  am a tenant In occupation of real profwrty within the school district lor o rural area  of the whool district), and that tho premises so occupied by me ore situate:   , . , . __._������^���-~- ��� in tho school district,  (describe the property so as to identify th# lot, lots Or premise*) >  And I make this solemn declaration correrfentioutfy believing It to ba true pod kooyvlng  that it Is'of the some forco and effect os If modo under oath and t��y vlrtuo of tho Canada Evidenc�� Act. '  DECURfO BEFORE ME AT .'��� r^, f.C. I  this .  day of .... , 19, ^_�� I   ������ . . . L-���~   ) '  NOTE: The declaration must bo'signed in per��>r�� fxsforu a Notary Public, a Commission-  0r at Oaths, etlwjr ruman ��* ��mpowened or the ����crefo_y-Tir��*o!,iirrr, OectrsreKon  rmmfbe delivered ta the becretary-Trtiiiiirer ultltin cuts w��_k of data thctoan.  A-  v  i\  j  !  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tion Certtre Committee suggesting a, shn-^
ilar proposition and recommending cony
sideration he given to' nuUring~the,pro--
" p>sed Centre-theproject   ,
-   Further indignation was expressed in
letters to the'< Board from - several" local
" resident;.- regarding   what   was. termed
^irresponsible" use of spray, particularly
in the vicinityx>f water supply sources.
One letter from the Gibsons Rod and
Gun Club sought support for a resolution'
condemning, use of chemicals for this purpose. Others protested the fact spraying
of brush was. carried out over water
Mayor Swain suggested the letters be
turned over to the Health Unit, Director
Frank West pointed out that had the
Board constructed its proposed reservoir
it too would have been affected, Director
Gilker said there is no proof as yet that
the spray is not toxic and until such time
proof is forthcoming the B.C. Hydro
should be held responsible for any detrimental effects.
It was moved letters of protest be submitted to B.C. Hydro, Dept. Public Health,
Waterworks Branch, Dept Fisheries, Isabel Dawson and all authorities likely to
be concerned.
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Sales & -Service
Repairs   to   inboords,   outboards, lawn-
mowers, etc. — Machine Shop, Lathe.
Acetylene and electric welding.
Sunshine Coast Highway — 886-9662 ■
lew group formed
io fighi pollution
-FOJT-kOWING. the meeting held at Gib-
,. sons Rod and Gun Club July 18 which
was,addressed<by members, of the Van-
ecuver based Society "for "Pollution and
Environmental Control, it was decided to
form a. citizens?' group on -the Sunshine
Coast,to support local government in an
endeavor, to preserve a quality environment (unpolluted air", water and soil,
clean beaches etc.) in this area.
'The first meeting of this group will
bs held on Thursday, July 31 at 8 p.m. at
the Gibsons Rod and Gun Club, on the
•highway opposite Seaview Cemetery. All
those wishing to become involved in this
important work are welcome and urged
to attend.
The new group will most probably
affiliate with S.P.E.C. and will work
closely with the Parks and Pollution
Committee of the Gibsons Rod and Gun
Collection undertaken
for painting purchase
SUNSHINE Coast Arts Council has undertaken to collect donations towards the cost
of a seascape by the^late Alec Znotin. The
painting will be given to the Gibsons "Village Council to be kept in memory of Mr.
Znotin and will be displayed on a rotating basis in various places in the community.
At present the painting is on display
in the window of the Kruse Drug Store in
lower Gibsons. Donations may be made
at the drug store or sent to Mrs. Mary-
anne West, Gibsons.    * ,
The' names of all donors will be \«-
corded on a list attached to the back of
the "painting.
As requested in the painter's wilL the
proceeds will go to the Crippled Children's Fund.    * •     •    .
Water dispute .
'[,.,"      * —*•*«"--te^a A-l,-;'
rights, We therefore wen^'to see them,' /
but unfortunately it proved to be W wast*-/';"
cd exercise". He and the Secretary *^r^as-.'
urpr> Charles Gooding, also called oh the
Public Utilities Commission and discov- '
ered that the Commission is aware that" ,
the system has been allowed to become ;
runrdown, If the Waterworks Company \
insists on claiming ownership it could be *
forced to renovate the system and bring ■
it up to .standard. **I suspect they are "
afraid of arbitrtaiO-T." he added;'
The Solicitor advised against rush,
ing to* court for an interim injunction,
this, he said, would only be until tne matter gets to couit and this could prove a
long drawn out affair with no 'decision ior
a long time. "We have been- told we can
expropriate, we have done so and there "
should be no need for expensive litigation" he said. However, he' warned the
Board that it could -not stop the company
starting litigation and it could try for'an
Earlier action by Mr. Gooding" to put
up a notice on a water tank was countered
with tearing down of the notice ahd a,
threat by the company to put on security
guards. As a result, said Mr. Emerson,1
we consider seeking aid of the police.
This unfortunately would have put .the
RCMP in a difficult position ahd would
also have been rather undesirable, Although this action was" actually suggested
by the Water Rights Branch.
Mayor Swain questioned rights of the
company to shut off anyone's water connection on "grounds that it would* create
pollution and might well be illegal underr
the Health Act. Mr. Emerson said he had
not considered that angle but would .certainly check it out      „' Y   "   -J
In a spirited outburst, Director Frank
West said he feels they have' no rights
"they have been expropriated and have'
no powers" *he said. He" added "for yeare
thb company has been in contempts of-
users.  We are a- lawful, District Board.
under the laws,of B-C. this Secheit Wat- *
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erworks Company comes under those
same laws also and how it can turn a-
round and say it is not under the laws of
the land and above the powers given this
Board is hard to understand, I think, these
powers should be tested. All they can actually" do is say "Shis- affair is illegal."
Me. Emerson agreed but commented
"they, probably hope^to be as obstructive
as possible by creating embarrassment in
the mistaken belief that they are right
and liope to get the Board to pay the
high.price they ask.-
* General agreement was reached that
full confidence be given the Water Committee which would carry on a steady
take-over andact to thebest of their ability, to the-meantime approval has-been
given appointment of ami experienced' arbitrator, Mr. Robert Gardener- of
Vancouver, for such time his services will
be required.
ttecreanon t-rojecr
Many service clubs,* organizations
and individuals are actively supporting Hie establishment of a recreation
centre on the Sunshine Coast and last
week another $100 was added to the
fund when secretary of the^ Gibsons
Kinsmen Club Vince Lemke presented a cheque to Dr. John Crosby who
is accepting donations and partial advance memberships in the Gibsons
area. Mr. Len Fox is accepting memberships 521 Secheit - Pender Harbour
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Slake C. Afderson D.C.
Post Office 8u3dmg ScefteU
Phone 885-2333
Res. 886-2321
Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a_n. to 5:30 p.m.
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3 ACRES, REDROOFFS ROAD^-  No. 1217     _
2 bedroom cottage on seaview property. Two lots, own -water system,
good soil, private drive, mostly treed, some fruit. Ideal for retirement investment. $1-4,500; FP. $4500-cash, balance at $90 pet
month. S. Anderson, 885-2053. .,
SECHELT .VILLAGE—    No. 1209*     ^ _.      _.       .    .
Close'to all shops, 2 blocks to ocean beacj. aridf"HigH"ground, view
of mountains, next to picnic pqrk. One block to school'in new residential orea. Call B. Kent, 885-9461, FP $3950.    '
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Waterfront: This large-lot offers a-wonderful view plus approx. 100'
of waterfront at Bargain Harbour. FP $6500. Call Peggy Ayer. 885-
2375. •
1.7 acres arable land, village woter, 5 bedrooms, full basement. Excellent condition throughout, gbrage'ond workshop^ $24,000 FP, cadi
to mortgage. Try your offer. Peter Smith, 885-9463.
160' waterfront x 150 highway. Rood at side, ideal fpr motel development, old remodelled log home, plus large new garage. $32,000
FP. Some terms. J. Anderson, 885-2053.
GIBSONS-^      No.   1189
Up to date two bedrooni honie. Excellent view. Good value ot $15,500
full price. Call Peter Smith. 885-9463.
This three bedroom homo is situated on two acres of land sloping
gently to the waters of Porpoise Day. Large living room ond kitchen.
Priced right at $22,000. Call Peggy Aycr., 885-2375.
WEST SECHELT—     No. 1181
Large three bedroom home on ono acre property. Larfle living room
and kitchen. Six rooms with sink facilities in each in full cement
basement plus utility room, Full prlco $33,000. own payment
$10,000, Coll Bob, Kent, 885-9461. ,  ■    •
DAVIS BAY—    No, lied       '"',"
Large lot close to safe sondy beach. Partly cleared and nicely treed
on the balance, Extrcmdy good vleyv lot.,Full price,$5,500. Call Bob
Kent, 885-9461.
No.1178 and  1179
Three lot? with buildings. Full price $50,000. Two lots without buildings $25,000. Call Bob Kent. 885-9461. , .
MIDDLEPOINT—   No. iitsi
Waterfront tease of 115 ft.. Wooded and secluded waterfront with
view of Texada Island. 21 year Crown lease from July 26, 1968 to
July 26, 1989 at $110. jper annum ot 5 year intervals. Coll C. R.
Gathercole. 886-7015.
. HALFMOOH BAY—'      No. 1160 - - ,'   *     i}
J deal-summer home site fpr l.or 2 families  2—two bedroom homes ;
on 1?0 it, safe, calm moorage waterfront in Pnestland Cove, Half?
moon Bay. Good road, easy access beach. Rent one home, iKJb in]
other. On Halfmoon  Bay  waterworks, domestic water,  lights ond\"
telephone hooked up. FP $15,500. Call Bob Kent, 885-9461.
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Herewith, within a block of the finest beach area
on the Secheit Peninsula, a choice home, sturdily,
built on a flat level lot. Only $15,500.00 with
terms. Call: Bob Kent, 885-9461.
View property. 2 bedroom home all electric heating. 14x16 living room, compact kitchen. Large
garage wired 220. Situated on 1,3, acres of gently
1 sloping land. View by appointment only. Full price
$15,500.00; down payment $5,500.00. Call Peggy
Ayer, 885-2375.
View acreage, 2 bedroom home, 125' on Sunshine
Coast Highway. 16x25 living room with fireplace,
auto, oil heat. 1.10 acres, ideal for futpre subdivision, real investment, 1 block to public beach
and store. Fruit trees, park-like setting. #22,500
FP. J. Anderson, 885-2053.
WEST SECHELT—     No. M72 ,
Very large home, over 1 acre lot. The main floor' contains tho living
ond dining room plu*. 3 bedrooms and modern kitchen, Quilt to NHA
specifications, This home oko hos 6 bedrooms In Ihe lull cement
basement area. Each l^droom In the bawrment has hot pnd cold
miming water. There is a full txrihroom ond utility «?om In the bosc-
mtnt.also.'.Full price $33,000 with bnl/ $10,000 down. Coll Bob
Kent, 885-9461, ,
Nicely treed wotcrfront lot. Fgll price $7,950, Term* Coll John R.
Goodwin. 885-2161.
DAVIS BAY—   No, rm
Outstanding view of Davli Bay, Garden fot close lo windy beach.
Home ha. extra room now u\c<t os bcouty shop, Could (>e in-law Mjite.
This lorge three bedroom home q»i q torn© lot h priced at $24,900
wilh Vj, down. Call J. W. AmJer&on, 885-2053.
GIBSONS RURAL—       No. 1150
Cozy 2 bedroom stucco, home. 20 acres ideal for subdivision, On
village wpter supply. Extra large horse ond hoy bam. Alum roof
Real hobby form, close to shops and school*. A real investment
Full price $41,000, down poyment $15,000. Call Jack Anderson
SELAAA VIEW—'    No. 1147
Outstanding view from Ibe dining area, Compact cosy-work area
kitchen with 3 bedroom home over full cement basement contain..*-!
large rec room. Situated, on over % ocro of all view property You
only need $10,000 to put you In residence now! Coll the moii who
will put a roof over your head while you're In good honds. Bob Kent
SELMA PAI^K—    No. 1146
Clean, fully remodelled cottage plus rental cobln, Rented ot $30 00
Ee,r«T^,h;-S,,.c'v.c ?nd e1ec1r,c refrigerator to be included. Full price
$10,500. Call Jack Anderson, 885-2053. "'price
2 bedroom home with 5.5 acres. Full price $17,900. Coll our Gih
tons Branch office. 886-7015.
GOWER  POINT—   No.   1136      y
\£,\°™,?orom bulWlrH.- Fu" Pf,c« * 1,500. Coll C. ft. Gothcrcok*
886-7015. ,       i1 . '
8.56 acres. Full prioo $9,000. Call C. R, Gothcrcole, 886-7015.
o^cCo,_^rJllnci:,cs QV0"ab,c*  Co"  B^  Kent  for full  inlotmotlon
SELMA PAllK—     No. 1125
Nlco   freed  wotcrfront   location.  Clov«  to  More,  trom,   ond  brrnk f
water. Land is lease. 10 yeor renewable. Ideal family retreot   lnJ
sundeck. Could bo suite  In  bsmt.   Hwnci is  furnished   full' _.,'_/i r
$8,66t..'% down. Call J. W. Andcreon. 885-2161. '    °'t
This lot is situated clow; to the Morino, beoch, etc. Fullv so.vir,.,. "
Aiklng only,$1,8007 Call Peggy Aycr, 885-2375. ^^.-;
ROBERTS . CR'EEK—     No.   I ll 3 ond  1116
One loft, 3 sold—Lorgo lots. Full price from $2,300 to $2 !>00W..rl,"*
Call C R.* Gothfrcota. 8884*7015. f .^Mfucii^
ROBERTS CREEK—    No. 1089 ' |
5 acrc». Full price $4,500. A" ca$l». Coll C, R. Goihcixolo, 866-7015 '
DAVIS BAY—' Mo. 1108
- Large lot close to beach and stones. Offers unsurpassed view of Straits
of Georgia. Fully serviced. Asking $6,500. Coll Peggy Ayer 885-2375
MASON ROAD—   No. 1109
Lovely view of Trail Islands. Poved road on *ater supply. Lot size
75V6Q0'. Full price $5,*950. with only $1,950 down. Call J. W.
Mderson, 885-2053:	
GIBSONS RURAI \   No. iobs
Apprpx.-30 ceres with view of Georgia Straits ond Vancouver Island.
.Buildings include 3 bedroom dwelling, 2 room cottage ond a large
'chicken'house. Gravity water supply from stream and property. Full
price $37,000. Call C. R. Gathercole, 886-7015. \
Clean *2 bedroom cottage on lorge garden lot in quiet crea close to
shdps and bu?. Electric range, fridge, garbage burner and heater included. Fireplace in large bright living room. Full price only $9,750.
cosh. Call J. W. Anderson, 885-2053.
SOAMES POINT—     No. 1077
Attractive well maintained two bedroom dwelling with single bedroom, self-contained suite'' and small work shop in basement. Fully
electric. Ronge, fridge and water included. Lot 1.47 ocres w<th 55 ft.
highway frontage extending approx. 900 feet to beach. Waterfront
163 feet. Lovely view of,islands ond North Shore mountains. Full
price $36,000, Call C:R. Gathercole, 886-7015,
Sunshine Coast Highway. Davis Bay area dose ot Wilson Creek. Nine
housekeeping units. All family units self-contained. Steady trailer
bays. Six rented at $36. per rnonth. Washrooms and licjit showers for
campers In lovely park-like setting. Shade trees. Putting green lawns
ond^ trails to year round steelhead fishing. Swimming. Close to safe
sandy beach.1Owners quarters, plus workshop ond storage. This is a
business that must be seen and has a bright future. Lots of room
for expdi-slon. Steady year round clientele. Full price $110,000.
Terms. Coll J, W, Anderhson, 885-2053. Y
MIDbLEPOiNT—   No   1073
This fine 2 bedroom homo hos everything for the discriminating
buyer. Wood panelling fhroughout 1300 sq. ft. of dying area. Unsurpassed view of the Gulf of Georgia, Situated on 12 ocres, this
homo Is offered for $35,000, By appointment only. Cqll Peggy Aycr,
Corner lot '75 foot frontage on Porpoise Bay, 75 ft. frontogc, road
i at rear. Quiet water. Beautiful view facing MP Scchclt Inlet. Full price
$7,500. Down payment $2,000. Call Pptcr Smith, 885-9463.
100 ft. of eo.y occess beach frontage. Soundly built 14 year old 4
, bedroom home on landtcoped property. Splendid vleyv of Trail  Is-
- lands. Two blocks to Commerce centre of Secheit, Basement, garage
ond recreation room, Attoched greenhouse. Full price $32,500, down
payment of $20,000 required. Call R, B. Kent, 885-9461.
MISSION  POINT—     No.  1052
Delightful oppn living area home, view of Georgia Strait to Vancouver Isloitd. 2 bedrooms, one small, ono larger, 220 volt range, oil
space heater with house. 60 ft, waterfront Ica&c lot. Houie loosed at
$85. per month, expiring June, 1970, Full price? $10,500. Terms.
Coll Peter 5mllh, 885-9463.
MISSION  POINT—     No...1053
Income property, rent one Mdfr, live in othef. Each side waterfront
rented ot $50. month plus utifltllcs. Fully lumlshed even to bedding.
Lovely view across Gulf to Vancouver Island. 60 ft. bcoch front.
$8,950. full price. Terms. Coll Peter Smith, 885-9463.
MISSION  POINT—     NoY 1050
One bedroom dwelling located on lease lot. I lot bock from wotcrfront open view to water, ac****, I minute away, Sheltered from
V/eallW, Dry level lot beautifully treed. 700 yds, to hlghwav. 60 ft.
lacing, to woter. Full price $6,800. Call Peter Smiib, 885-9463.
PENDER HARBOUR--   Nb. io*.(i
,1250 lf;*wateif rentage-on Oyrtcr Bay In Pemlrr Harbour. 16.8
ocres moMly lc«cl lo tho seo with year round creek. This property
Includes small island, AH coiJi offer* will be given Instant attention,
full Price $15000, Down payment $3,000. Call Bob Kent 8J55-946I.
Comfortable well maintained two bedroom bungalow. Living room
panelled in red cedar. Roman tile fireplace. Convenient location on
2.15 acres. Full price $22,000. Call C. R. Gothercole, 886-7015.
26 ACRE RANCH— No. 1036
On Sunshine Coast Highway—Roberts Creek are?. 2 bedroom home.
Large shop, plus 2 small barns. Two year ropnd streams. 1st water
rights. Some timber. Approximately 7 acres cleared' Ideal for horses.
Full price $29,500. $20,000 cosh or try offers. Call J. W. Anderson
SECHELT—    No. 1033
Level waterfront lot within village of Secheit. Full price $9,500. Try
your down payment. Coll Bob Kent, 885-9461.
REDROOFFS—    No. 1021
Two bedroom home, plus small guest cobin. Partially landscaped,
fruit trees, shrubs. Situoted close to good moorage, fishing and right
across from beoch, access rood. Full price $15,000. Down payment
$10,000. Call Peggy Ayer, 885-2375.
AGAMEMNON CHANNEL, (42,4 acres)— No. 1012
1500 ft. waterfront facing Nelson Island. {Three miles southwest of
Earls Cove ferry landing). Year round creekj Good moorog?. Well
wooded in gently sloping valley. Rood feasible, present access by
boat or plane. Good fishing as well as deer hunting. A yachtmon's
paradise in seclusion. Small cabin which tokes odvontage of the
view. Full price $42,000 with $21,000 down payment. Call R, B,
Kent, 885-9461  or J. W. Anderson, 885-2053,
NEAR SECHELT—     No. ion
Business opportunity on Secheit Peninsula, Sunshine Coast. Country
general store featuring meats, groceries ond vegetables. Two-mon
operation, gross sales over $100,000 annuali, Store hours 9-6 on
5M. day week. On highwoy, close to dense population oreos. Off
street parking. Fully equipped $10,000 plus. "No D(>gd Stock", Inventory of approximately $9,000. Call Bob Kent, 885-9461.
MOTELS—       No.  1008 ond 942
Various prices from $90,000, to $120,000. and various locations,
Your down payment may handjc, Coil Scchclt office 885-2161 for
details.   '■.,"'■       ,'"'■' .\    ■
GIBSONS—     No. 930
Three choice view lots, side by side, suitoble for apartment or private
dwelling. Eoch lot priced at $2,500. Call C. R. Gathercole, 886-7015,
Four bedroom on 200 It. waterfrontage West Scchclt, Many features
Must be seen to be appreciated. Asking $55,000. Down payment
$15,000, Call J. W. Anderson, 885-2053. ',
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;   27 acres, best view property in the village offering
tremendous high class sub-division potential at tha
low price of $27,500. This one can't last long Secheit Agencies, 885-2161. I
Ted Suttees
Peter Smith
Chr{» Gothcrcole
C. R. Gathcrcola
Jack Anderson
Peggy Ayer
Bob Kent
Res: 885-9303 HALFMOON BAY
Res; 885-9463 SELMA PARK
Res: 886-7015 GIBSONS
Res: 886-7015 GIBSONS
Res: 885-2053 DAVIS BAY
Res: 885-9461 SECHELT
Res: 885-2375 WEST SECHELT
Muttipla lilting Swrvke
Vancouver R«el Estate
Scchclt 885-2161
Box 155
Cowrie Street
Gibsons 886-7015
iox 369
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J jTJ l  tier-,"  -I   -',' > *    -  * -i L.. \     suite will be released approximately one   partmental examinations to be held twice  Deviation Of route* took $*&)��&$ Ford    TWfaen tbe,-VeWiele struck a panel trUOk - .week later.      '  *.* ,     *       v*.   , annually in, January 7^ June hereafter,  driven by. Fisank Welmer.tf.^^ _   "This-year, all Grade XH Academic-   rather than m,June only. _-     ;  Park across, ribe lawn and; ml�� 1toe   4bnmgh,,ibe��� fence of *flie Kynock   Teclmic_d Programme students therefore       in June, ..969/sQme 19,200 regular  oTSeliiaa .Park , Jlome.^No seriouis injuries were TO-   will have copies of th$r final transcripts   Grade  XH  Departmental' examinations  SA��8Jit��AY DELIVERIES  GRAVEL * EXCAVATING  DITCHING * BACKHOES  Box 172  885-9666  JMMMKMM^  ^BgiMM^  bushes; at the home  , ;resldent Mr., G.', KynQcb last Wednes-   ported,  day idjgjh.* July 23 "���* Iwslkp-omirTed  ���   1   1  ">-,  r  * $  v.  * * ��S _  r#*i|  \y?��  -_ -  :-.  ^ ��\'*"-  . *      - J ���*-  Mil   \,  t  i .  *.��-M  :y.y?  if  htm  f>^_ V4  y\l  r*-M  _���   .  *-  ���. ��^*  \v . *���*-  *���*. <*<:* p 1"  *- ***.  >>  '.I  *rs  �����,*h  ' ��������    C   * "I*  In,   y-_  ���t # J*  -*.��*.  A..  *���        ���_���  *'      1  f,*  Mrs. Feamley*s mother, and father, the  ��� late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen and'after  much correspondence and- planning the  V* -.*'���;     - ���* >      event tools place in July.'    Sl  ower eighty- direct- de_Kendents and' a'  few other relatives gathered at Christina  Jjake near Grand ForlssfiTOn July 6-1?  and during a 'happy week of swimming,  boating, wiener roasts and geiWogetbers,  the family became truly re-united.  ; On Friday evening everyone gatherss-  for the family; dinner and dance held in  Christina Lake Community Hajl where  the -anniversary cake was cut and several*,  birthdays ,and anniversaries  were cele*'  brated. Mr. Fearnley was master of ceremonies for this first anniversary gathering  , and plans have already jbeen suggested for.  \ a second celebration in five years time,   7  ���*,, . ...     ��   .t-+-.v ,   <     > * - Formerly from' New Bnawwick, Mr,  "Y       * -'*    *     '"������". ���.*1  \'"    'PfP1r*^Jra^       *    r   ' Y ' and Mrs. Allen spent most of their lives  Debris left in the wake of fke Wdmer ^ *&e town, na^^ly missing jiouse and in^Coievaie, Saskatchewan where they  yeMele after crasJ_iiig!tlie fence~of a. trees before coming to rest in Hie ra3!ed ^^ &&*?- .^ere were five gir3s  Selma Park borne ;shows.Ihe cpwse .'tyishes, y  y ", {   >  taljeh'-mmu^sbi^bery and "across; Y -.      Y ,' \  copies  consider*d>ly earlier* than has been possi-, were written. This year there were some  Me in previous yeals,'/ the Mfciister con- 19,572 students enrolled' oh. the Academic ]  tinued. JM&r. Brothers noted that early re*- Technical Program and 12,253 students  leaseof results provided students wife completed graduation requirements,  added opportunity .for, career planning, Many were recommended and did not  especially if post-secondary education was write examinations. la addition, a signifi-  being considered. Furthermore, this year cant number of students enrolled om pro-  students will- automatically, receive an, grammes other than the' Academic-Tech-  extra /three copies^ of their transcripts ;ln nicaT graduated from Grade XH at the  order that several alternatives may be end of June;��� - - " - - - 7 -   -"'"  *  '   " * ���*" "' i ��� ��� i    i i     i m ii ... ���       ^ ... ii ii ii     ....        i mi    i  At Christina hake... *'     . ;   y  West Secleit family: uiiites  as eightf: relativesr.gdtt^er   <  IjAST January Mr. and Mrs. Budd Feam-'   Mr. and Mrs, Stan-Allen ofGrand Forks,  ley of West Secheit thought about" a    B.C., Mr. and Mrs. Budd Fearnley with  family reunion for all the descendents of    daughters Karen and" Vfckye.Y"  wamBMBHa_-p;__��--^^  I  Daughters-in-law 'attending with their  families were Mrs. Phyllis Allen and Mrs.  Wm. Page.      ' * *       .   '  will be held at the y *  (peninsula mmm mom  ednesdciy, July 30, 1969  Delegates to the Nomination Convention will be elected  and election matters will be discussd.  PLEASE ATTPII* TII1S  ost mmmmr meeting  if ���>} ><#  Km  M  m4  r1*. *s.if-l  I'm  my  y#,  -Vis  p '}  i_tr'V>  CAPTAIN, Harold Barber Metcalfe who  ,y,x ���   '  smft_*oa��i*L'���������'������������':������"'���'��� Y Yi'Y '.  V F.W. ���_     rrl    \JJ, ?*      -^.      . - ��     "      "**f ��*-F*      -*-     . / ' { '  Resident of hUv Years  ;  i * ��� ���"        ,ttf        x      ��     (*Mi if        f j^._t__     ' ,. _      * F  ., Served' iii two' #orld jwdrs  Yy_$i        passed away on Jtily 8 had been a   '    * Capt. "Metcalfe was one of the.founders  \j$7*i   resufcnt of']Gibsohs,landing  for  fifty    of the Cannery at Gibsons.   Ih 1929 lie  "������ViS.,'**  f'Y id  ' *" *< >��� I,,  , ,A   .1.1'  '3viv^  Brittania.'  years. * A native of Yorkshire, England, he  came to Gibsons in-1919 and in the early  built a home on the shore in the Bay and  left the farm; later h"e< built the home be-  j7/y| days'lived on the farm purchased from;  'hiijd- the; present Post Office but more*  *f.^y| the ;late Billy Falls,-at Cannery Road and'   recently "the  Metcalfes   had   retired  to  ^4 the,Highway.   *   ;        ,'". "       ��� JJbrfh' Fletcher Road. ,      *  \^4 ' "Although, Mrs.* Metcalfe had been' a '. ,rf ^ ^^f ^aa. ***** ^AZ  4fy\ city bred girl, withithe help of her father ^fJ^fSo-hk?d^^in^ Jffessed'of  1^1 the^te 1&. Walton, she ZpetentlyVt   V *���� simple, tettj^C^^He was a  and seven boys but two boys died in in  fancy, and .a third son. only reached his  nineteenth birthday. ��� When the- children  married tliey scattered over, three-prairie  provinces,and British Columbia.   ' *   -. .  :, Mr.. and-Mrs.- A316n-retired ih M& +  spending two' "years' at J^eiiiier BTarbour tj  , l-efoi6.moving to-Hahey,    . rJ,*'<*Y *t "i ,;��   r  i Five daughters and two suhdvin'g'san% .  their, children and grandchildjreh gathered ,.  for the happy 'occasion. They are: Mr, land ���  Mrs. Tolief Benjaminson of, Kindersley,  Sask., Mr.- and Mrs. Clarence Chynoweth  of ColeviUe, *Sask.,*Mr. and Mrs. Orval  Allen of Haney, B.C., Mr. and Mrs. Charley Stewart of Prince George, B,C��� Mr. l  and Mrs. I. B. Simpson of Haney, B.C.,  M.htffi things going while' Capt Metcalfe  was  ,./*; Yf away for two or three months at a time  supporter of St. Bartholomew's Anglican  Church over the-years. He was always a  forthright and straightforward person and  will be sadly missed.  ��� y,d 7 on CPR ships.  *t* ijU    fe two worldtwars Captoin. Mct��iUe captain and Mrs. Metcalfe had been  ^:Myfas��n^nv��y ac��^ the Atlantic and in    carried for 56 years.  yyytiie Mediterrancan._Heitook tanks through Canon Thomas Bailey of Vancouver  paid tribute to the late Captain Metcalfe  at ihe funeral held on July 11 from St.  Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Gibsons.  *Md<WMMMM*Wip*M*MM>^^  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  1 ,<y 7'the Canal for Ithe British Government  ,M' ���*    Knowing the B.C., coast very well, he  sometimes   d,id  substitute   duty on  the  , S0G  ^i___b_��^difei����y'Mmf^  ijy��nm/umMvuvv<MmMH*mmMMmmtvuuviHmtMmMnmnnmnnm  Mnmmmmmmnmmmmnnmmi*nMi*mmnnmnmamt*mm  mm mmi hodem  SunsMn-B Coast Higfiway ��, *SI_3cc_n3  Pft��ft@ GGS-2003  Jummmmmmmmmmim��mmm��mmmtmm0mimm*mmnmmmmimtnmmmmttmm,ii0m^ iniiiiui_jiii.!ii.jnm��iLi'nwiMinii-Lin.:iuiLiiimi)yimniri  ������^-^SS^_M____g��_HI^^  While they last  e Ifopse m  WJ  nn n nn n  (iULS L^ uvJ  m&���  UVJ  ^ "Cowrie St., Secfteff; OX-    -,  P Photi�� SS5-S33�� x  ���*,  mty Back  to School  uitiidV'&fist-BcS  Yz PRICE  SPECIALS  X"  ^ir.y>w^x^!,;iJ^  S^S[^^^^||^^^^|l^j[^_--B-f  ?,  Hi*  \  -.'  1   J  ��  :9  *  ^Tl/USiP  __\iu\J  iM ;;i  viv  i  Popular Cfebaret. Stars  ..   -.Hofi'l fsllss litis  Grest Show  and COUNTHY and WESHEIM MUSIC  Retervattomi Cnly,... $6,H# per couple. Sfiiorsashoril*frosii 7 |��pR1. ..   Hspco S p.m. to ?  K4lt^%WHj��IS.SBS**��fl��*��SaftH��*W^  PlHMrie '885-2311->��.Higliw��y- tO|, $ecbeltv B.C-  ^j^9!jiM^^����^v(��i^F(*"^*>^- f*'*- *,��.,.im*MPi^*  ����*����*��*����#* #PW��*l'��f*>''1  ^����ltw��^.^����k^^il#ffJ^^J���^��^%^lt*^,*n*���''^*" >jp1p-.*Ni**��u, j*tv~-*��rw��-*tA*��.if  J"*W3rfBwn^***" Poge JB-St     ,     The Peninsula Times  y^Wednesday/ July 'Wim^r?  7 ;   *". '    7.     -'  * *'���*      ���'��-*     ' .-Y \  P^ptFisnerms^  '���-��port Fish Bulletin  JF YpXJ'RE Britannia-bound this coming  -". weekend there's reason, for hope, "the  fishery'officer's report says that, about*2Q  jchiriooks from 16 to 36 lbs. came'frpjqfi  .these waters on the weekend gone by  " with most of the fish being taken on pink  "Lucky5 Louie * plugs and flashers slow-  trolled behind 6'oz. of, weight. Sonje,of  last 'week's fish were showing the* first  tinge of spawning colour ino&cathig that  ; they're "not far'off spawning (time in-the  upper reaches of the Squamish Riv��r,sys-  tem.    Y"' ' ,  - Elsewhere up Howe Sound, Halkett  Point1 on Gambier Island produced" several chinooks to 18 lbs. on" the .weekend arid  , McNab * Creek1 over on the west- shore  gave up a few heavy fish to 28 lbs. plus  the odd jack. Defense'Inlands yielded'a  number of large chinooks including 126  and 35 pounders on'the weekend. ' ' , " ���  \   The, report, for. lower  Howe Sound .  - mentions chinooks, jacks and a few coho  sprinkled' throughout   the   ��rea.   Large  rchinooks here were found to be feeding  ' almost exclusively on needlefish.  The Horseshoe, Bay'area was slow on  the weekend but recent-word from here *  . indicates that herring has moved back  into the Bay area with- salmon along with  them. A number of chinooks to 8 lbs. and  ,a few. coho were boated .Monday and  Tuesday of the current week.  Jacks were fairly plentiful along the  south Bowen Island shore between Cowans Point and Cape Roger .Curtis.  Salmon Rock (Home Island on' the  chayts) pr^duced^. a. few heavy chinooks to  31 -lbslYWaters above here from' Gower  Point to Roberts Creek gave up a few  'ioho to anglers during" week days but  ,drop!ped off to almost nothing on the  we^kenip. ��� save for "the odd jack at .Gower  Point.  The Point Grey Bell' Buoy and North  Arm Jetty areas continue slow.  South of here at Tsawwasseji~ and in  neighbouring U.S. waters off Point Roberts, chinook fishing has been fair to good  according to-reports. No'reason why  Canadians can't fish1 below the.line but  remember that a free salmon punch, card  must be obtained before hand. "��hese are  available at U.S. Customs at Blaine,' probably -also at Point Roberts Customs,  and at sporting good stores and marines in  Washington State. The daily bag limit in  v these waters is three salmon and the  'minimum legal size is 16 inches in length.  Only one rc4 per angler, please.  A late report was received of a 25  .pound chinook taken this Wednesday  'evening at the Run'tzen Lake Powerhouse  up Indian Arm way by Dave Cliff. Dave  'was trolling a wire line-planer set up  with flasher and minnow teaser.  SUNSHINE COAST  The patrolmen in Toba Inlet reports  that Bremr and Toba River chinook runs  have tapered off to almost nothing. Last  fish we heard of was a ^2-po'urider hereon the weekend by A. Marin' of Powell  River. Best fishing in this general area  was at the north end of Waddington  Channel where 4 U.S. boats took 3  chinooks around 10-12 lbs. apd 6 coho.  Cohoes are deep and continue to be  scarce. Four boats from Sarah Point this  weekend reported only 1 chinook. Eight  boats checked fishing the Lund area came  in with a total of 2 chinooks and 6 cohoes.  Waters off Harwood Island and the north,  t ���.^J."-*!-*!?**-*"1   "W ���*  J*<*   '-'(,"   ".j.*.".:' ' I.-*"*--'''   ^"*(>   '      '  .   ,**.'  "   ."  iX*-^^y^Yj!UA.y4s^yy^^^ ,>-c^Y-FV'Y.y.,/y,..v��A^  **'-'*,      "    .       _*     * *���.'.**_,        * * *'. ���'. , v ��� ' *  -���-��F,-*^>'l_.-"*fcj��wUtaa   t  V ���*_  near Worcester, England, she mamed^ f^r years ago when she wap ^awarded  Vaird-Wakefield und.accpjtnpani&d hina'to life membership in ihe'W.A.' to'"the An-  Ganada w,here they made' a hoifce first in giickn Church.. -Her good an�� gentle ways  Calgary ^hd later Inkjet 'Alberni/ They fcarni?d Her the" love' and respect of* all  eventually settles! in Stttrey Centre Whefe vfhTrS knew heiv-adults audi snJall childrfen  they pperated,a daily/farm for 25 years. .-aliKe.y  c    '  ',, Y    " ���'   '  *" Following the- death "of her .husband, '' Funeral-service was held at St. Hilda's  Mrs! Wakefielij sold the farm ahd Work*. �� C-tolv Secheli.op July 21- With a graye-  at'Martin's restaurant in Port AibMi ior sj*1<^ service;.he following day at Cjhrist  seven years. In 1956, &be nwved'ty Selma Chm*c}i Cemetery, - Surrey Centre,, when  Pari? to he near_her son, Stanley, who ivas Granny Wal^field's body was lai^ to.r^st  logging in the "Secheit area, but 'tottf years beside that. of. her husband; Her beloved  later, Stanley Wakefield was one of six grandson, Douglas Wakefield, who is serv-  men vfho were drowned when the boat in ing w,ith the RCAF at Conwpc; was present  which they' .were tteturning~ from work at1 both services-  end-of-Texada Island produced 2chin- _,_._..,  ���            .                     .  -     .                ���_.>__.-"_.       -. _��   **__ _>     u.  ooks and 6 cohoes for'7 boats returning Witb the evemng sun seemingly turn- on his^tyle jtre fri?m leftr.M^rgarial;  from-the-area-Eigbt boats checked fish- ing his arms irito.white flame, Barry Gibbons, .Dianne Turenne, Lynn Bul-  ing scotch^ Fir* Point to Saitery Bay "on Pranske looks._mo*:e like ra iiy*h& boy lis; .JLomse, Turennerand Dav'e( JMac-  _l1 1 __l    ���.��. *__._    A 1__.  ' _1T __-_*__    *1__; ____1__,    ___.____.___��_   _t__AM��-    fXfvlXnj^vt    .O.vftM-Kl* T   #%vs_4 ^_n-CJ \KK 1 rPAM    /7*��*_-__p��.1i�� v  v.,*  FOR  SUNKEIM  PLEASURE  Unlock tho  underwater  World with Aquanaut'69 *������  Evinrudo's surface air supply  (SAS)r sy��ftoq, Thia safo,  slmpio eystom Isdosigilod  tp moko it oasy to svi(im  (Underwater for  prolonged  periods, fin Argonaut Is  a floating air station thai    .��  eupplJps two divers with    .',-:  air ta a depth bf 2S feet,   'a\  "two co/npresuprn ifitrd-Zp  natural air to newly do- J/Ci^  signed fnco masks...   p.Vb*.  fnnda to fit tho entire  a'mlly. No mouth  pioco, If you'vo al  ready discovered  tlio pleasures  otoptho water Q-  .. . discovoi*    \7  tha underwato.:  .irvortd of Aquanaut'09.  ;"'Y   for  rfovtce  end  expert  divers  iDEiA  Madeira fork, B.C.  C02-2266  cviinuDE sAtes c* mmics  mmm.���^m,mm...mlmmi i.mi .,���,��� i.wi,.i��ii���i..,.iiii[nn , iii.....iu.mw._%  M��t No. II. m-t  f*  the weekend reported only 4 cohoes.  -On Monday-morning*of the current  week, commercial .trollers found soipe  good *coho-fishing off Mastery. Reef between Sava^y'ai^LjHarwood Mauds indicating' fish'have-moved, back into these  waters.  Egmont Im been slow lately with a  few "heavy fisii taken in the Channel -in  the evenings. One of the big ones from  here last week was' a 28 pounder t&ken  by Jack Williams on Saturday.-  Across the water from Egmont, a few  cohoes were showing at Hotham.. Sound  Saturday. -    ��� ....  Secheit Inlet was fair,on the weekend.  than^a.higb.diver.frorh Wilson. Oreek   Leod*o�� -WilsonJSreek..  WKarf.   Other high divers checking  toe Coast Sports  /  MEN'S SOFTBALL  TUESDAY, July 15. Jtn the first game of  the Peninsula Softball League'playoff  '-fuilil,'"which*is'"a three'game series, Po^rfc  Mellon edged Wilson ..Creek 6-5 in -a* real  thfiHer. *-"      -   -     '  Port Mellon opened the scoring in the  first with1 one run, but Wilson Creek got  2 runs in ihe bottom of the first and another in ithe second to go ahead 3 ���  _ l. The  Five'of 8'boats checked'afloat Saturday    score stayed like 'l|hat .till the 5th when   before, bowing to  South Slope  in  between N_ne\Mile Point and Porpoise    Port. MelIonvgot 3 iftore- runs and went    finals.        Although they didn't do  between .Nine".Mile, Point tand Porpoise    Port  Bay had f ish'and reported a total catch of  2 coho of about 6 lbs. and 3 chinooks of  12, 12 and 18 lbs.  A few heavies and in the evenings a  good showing of 4-5 lb. jack chinooks  around the- Pender Harbour entrance,  says the fishery officer's report. On. Monday of last week Clive Lewis boated a 29  pounder and the following day a 21. Friday, Bob Prince took a 25 pounder here.  Sunday saw Chuck Jones take 22, 12 and  10 pounders in-the vicinity.  Boat checks at Pirate Rock, south end  of Thorrhanby. Island. Saturgay^ a]t 3:00  p.m. found 8 qphbes in 9 lbs. (av. 4 lbs!!)  on 4- boats. An additional 3- boats reported  no catqh, , *.  ''"An ^iir later at Point Young, Las-  queti'^IsJand, 3 boats'1 reported -1- chinook  and 4 cohoes and a fourth boat reported  no catch. ;  SUNSHINE COAST WEEK OF JULY 28  THE EARLY chinook run to Brem and  and���and 9 .* in 'the i third- -Tarry; Cassidy,  pitching ,fo? Spnth Richmond, pitched1 a  very-strong jjame.strildng out>1&���batters.  Dwight' Kyznetson nit a grand-slam  homer in the disastrous third inning, plys  a double and a triple for the-game. The  only other home run of the game was hit  by South Richmond's Bob Ramsden.  South Richmond then went on to beat  Central Richmond 10-1 in the semi-finals  the  too  Where new'QM cars ��tnd; trucks %re^ ��-old and serviced  With genuine GM parts. We haye a- modern and. up-to-  date mechanical repair shop and the most efficient body  and paint shoptogether*with *��Uarge* parts department,  <      ��� * �� ">ir  i  n  ;^��It,  rfin  *_.  f4  H  w  Rg_JSl"iW|_^^_W^^  'tiobfr$$&$in,toba'\n\eih'ajot^led off    ^_ $_<& game> &_.5,  ahfead^for Igood.  They iced it with 2 more in the 6th  as Jim Earle go* his 4th hit of the night,  a double, and scored what turned out to  be ihe winning run on'a single-by Barry  Legh. *"   >       Y  ���However Wilson Creek had the fans on  their feet'as they threatened in the bottom  of the 7i��h when Bruce'Redman and Felly  Poulson scored, and with one out they had  runners on second and third, '���but I_|e  McGee, who had come in toreplace a tiring Denny Carroll* earlier in the Seventh,  got the last two men on str^ke-ouWand an  infield hit to ^ri&'the game.,  There were - few strike-outs <in the  game, but both. Denny Carroll; "who w|s  credited with 4toe win, and ��fcm Hill who  suffered, the loss, pitched-'.good ball as-  they gave -the batters very little, that w^s  good to really hit ,  WILSON CREEK TIES SERIES  Thursday, July 17, Wilson Creek-tied  the series up at one game  shaded.Port M^Ron by the same score as  well on the scoreboard,. everyone should  be very proud of these kids' who 'went  down, there and played their hearts out  and showed"themselves to* be real good  sports. Also a" "word should be said for  the' hospitality" of the host league Delta  which did a tremendous job of organizing  these games' and also to the parents, in  the areaVholMlletted the boys from the  Sunshine Coast     '  UMPIRES    .  Now that* the baseball and* Softball  leagues have ended for the summer a word  shohld be said-for the men who have  officiated at the games all year. This is  a /thankless, job as they get booed by fans  and players" alike hut'still keep coming  ���back.j.iWithout thes^'jnpn thSrp.fould.be  no .games, -s? dn. behalf of all .managers,  coaches, and ball players, "THANK YOU,  U^J^S.". . ,  but summer, steelheading .in Brem River  is in higji gear.. Several anglers making  the, trip, up' here have been hiking up^  stream with steelheiid rods ih hand.,"  Sunday's weather was a bit rugged in  exposed waters hence sheltered Okeover  Arm and Desolation Sound received most  of the effort-by'-localF-boatsi* Fishing was  spotty although a few heavy chinooks  were reported taken. Best spot among the  maio of waterways at the head" of the Gulf  looked to be the (^P er*d <>f Waddington  Channel where'boats 'reported' fait* numbers of cohoes, and something rare for salt  water���several good-sized steelhead.  Mystery   Reef  below   Savary   Island  looked like a good coho bet last weekend  but catches fcr^yed disappointing. Waters"  off 4hie top end: of., Texada Inland were  equally slow.' " " ,  Hot spot Saturday morning was Scotch -  Fir. Point at the entrance to Jervis Inlet  Twelve boats checked afloat reported a  ���total of 13 chinooks and 21 cohoes. Biggest chinook here was a 26 pounder boated  by Ray Deproy of Pender Harbour.  * ^ fair showing of coh<^, abo^e E^ont  Point', a��# at7Hotham. t^pC*^^ 'p9*o  here through' Sunday morning, say is ttic  fishcry offioe-*'fl, report. Not much action  ''for' heavy" fcltlnooks apparently���;tyyt lt��oh  SalteViritf of Naramata boated a real beaut  ���a 45 pounder on Saturday at Egmont  Point.  A check of 18 boats afloat Saturday  cvenipg arppnd * Epmonttollled, a total  'ca^ch'^of,' ,4'i cWwoks - aver*a@lhg'' ftjjiout ��� 10  lbs., 1 Jijck .%nd$ [echoes''7h;erailhg ahoui''  : 0 h\i. 'A rci*at,7^H(fc<!k 'a&o$'.$uh&ay'eve-''  Thing tallied" only t chinook of 6 lbs. and  $ jcoho:fpr ^.boats. r.    ���  ���,': Secheit ^nJ^t'-.J^ORt checks between Por-  poi^ Jftay.*ap4'Nine;.Mile Ppint, tucn'e^; up;  cohoes averaging about 5 lbs!" and a few  medium chinoote.   A check of 15 boats  afloat hor? found.*?, yitliflsh on^d a ca[tch  totalling 3 -rtilnbbks of about it lbs. each  nnd 9 cohoes late Saturday evening.  A fair nu-rtb��r"t}t t^ohOea and. o few!  heavy' chinooks were taken -at Quarry "Bay  and below here at Bjer^c Shoal. Quarry  Bny'cpjws"ivci-e'"of>good."bXxo.' Ray"IXs  proy mentioned earlier, boated a 25 pounder at Aclnnd Rock off Quarry Bay on Fri-  day, D��nnj0 (Iambic took a 35 pounder  a| ^Jcrre Sho^l'on Saturday topping hi*  i3 pounder boated here on Thursday. Sunday's, strong wftsjcrlk? kept effort at a  tnlnhpum in,tl>ci.?-7?xp<^cd areas.  tfearney Point  had a  few  chinooks  '''-around'.he- 10 lb. mark but no heavy fish  . to .^uc,k-iowkdfic.  '  Lee Bay nearby had the odd heavy  fish",to 35 lbs, including a Zd by Fred  KcHin on Saturday plus a 44 pounder  taken  by  Elsie   McNcney  on Thuriiday  pairing her 22 pounder taken here" on  Wednesday. .  We didn't get out to check Hve lower  end ot Texada nn<| Lssqueti Island* la*tt  week but w�� got v. ord of a lh-ve-rod limit  of 10 roho-M phia 2 0-lb. chlj-W-OltJi by  a Vaa Ifclfe boat at Samg-vUT Itlaivd He��.f  on Sunday, ,     .   ,   ,  Wilson Creek took an early lead as the  first 2 hitters, Bruce Redman and Pelly  Poulson scored. They lengthened this lead  to 6 in the third inning as they scored'^4  more runs on 4 hits and a hit pitch. Roger  Hocknell drove in Rudy Crucil with his  first of |3 singles in four trips to the platje,  for what turned out to be the winning  run. '  Port Mellon got back into the game  in" the bottom of the-3rd, as-they got 4  runs with no one out, but then Cliff  Salahub; pitching' for Wilson Creek, retired the next 3 batters to end the rally.  This ended the scoring until the bottom  of the 7th, when Port M<*Uon threatened  to tie it as Rusty Rustemyer scored ai>d  Mike ,-Haner got to second with only 1  away. However the game ended at th^t  as the next two batten* popped up to  Jack .Gocson playing second base.  Cliff Salahub tlirew" one ot his best  games of the series as he'hehi Port Mellon to 3 hits and never walked a fatter in  going the distance Jfor VI. ilsoh Creek,  Lee McGee, ��oin�� all th6 way for Port  Mellon also pitched a goo# game as lie  struck out 13 an^l walked'only 1.  MEN'S SOFTBALL  JSUNkAY, June 20, in the final game of;  : UheCbestl of three 'finals, "Port Mellon  eliminated Wilson Creek by a 4-1 score  to win the league Championship.  Lee McGee, pitching his second game  in thrx^.days, went the distance for Port' ;  ikelloh giving up only 4 hits, to win the." '  game^hile Cliff SUlahub, going all the:  way for Wilson Creek, also his second i  complete game in, 3 days, threw a 0 hitter ;  in a losing cause, >  ''"���, 7Vh)e most consistent hitters In the game  w-ejift benny Carroll for Port Mellon with"  a pair, of doubles in two trips to the plate1  and Rudy Crucil, for Wilson Crcclc, with   ;  a double and a' single, also in two trip*!.   '  " to Iho plate '' \' ,  Tills game vms a fitting climax to a  good softlball scries and a good reason!  of softball'on'tho Sunshine Coast. Now!  in Its third year, the league which <'xpari<j(J  ed this year to nine teams, is producing  on the whole, a, yery entertaining calibrd;  of bali,'"       '"'" "    ���������"���'���������; "I1 '  The calibre played by this "bush" Jea^  gue was shown In the exhibition, gamed  played , against teams from (the iowic-rj  mainland, as oi*r won-loss record oven,  these teams was well ov.*r 500, The enter J  tahiment value was once again, provon Iri  tlie playoffs as Over two hundred appellators came out for the fin>t league final  ih Wtlscm. Crtek and over ^ne hu*.di*d  , fcuns watched tho last game at Broth<rra  Park which played opposite the ApolM  J1 ipneo walk. * [  LITTXE LEAGUE '  July 19. Playing In .TtwywottMO, the  Siinshine Coast All Stars g<Vt bcat*n by  South RichAioM 19 to 7 alth��iijgh \hes  gam**4 was ncA ctuit�� so one tuled as th*  jsi-orc showed, os Sunkhine Coa;;-t playe4  four in,nm��s of Rood ball hvn. h^d. i^��  l-iad. iiminga.fiLvi^; tip 6. runs in ilia tci, ,  ��n CreeK-tien     *     ��. -   tt*i ���!    i��      .1  apiece as they    AllS   COUIlCll   QlSpiaV  same score as        .''.'"). ' r      . ���*.    ,  for Gifcons Cavalcade  IN CONJUNCTION with the three days  '<>��,- festivity5 to be held in Gibsons on  August 22, 23 and 24, the Arts. Council  will *<5ihvene" "a "display of work by Sunshine Coast artists. It will be held on Saturday, - August 23, 'in the United Church  Hall, Gibsons. ,YY   ., .    .      .   .  Artists who wish to display their work  should call Mrs. Espe Marteddu at 886-  2850 to;-register for the show, giving details of the number and' size of the paintings (or other work) which they intend to  exhibit. The Council suggests a maximum  of three paintings or approx. six squarc  feet.  *  The display is to'open at 10 a.m. Therefore, anyone showing work must bring it  to the hall' Friday evening or by. nine  o'clock on the morning of < the display.  Artists are asked to have hangers securely placed on all pictures.  Will-anyone who wishes to help set  1 up the display tjjtapds <?n the JpYiday oye.  ning, plca-Se' indicate'this to Mrs, Mar-  ' ;teddu.    '  '       ' '       ��� '       ,     *-'  PJEP im EAR V^VER" Tp BALL  . WW golfers roJ>.trt���n)5elv.9s^  of power and' control because  th^y' sway their, tipper bodies .  fat^ally-ta.therJgHtcillUFsfratloji  fly dtirM the|r backswing, ���  - For fjjll cpiling oi7mii$c!es  for rnaxiipumidLstanceajnid cpji-  ' trol, the golfer should keep his  head "over" the ball.  Actually, I liKe to think thai  my (eft ear. Is 'oyer the ', bal  throughout-my swjrig. This not  only hejps assume that t; won't  sway, but it' also Keeps my  .tipper body properly'-'behirid"  the ball during my downswing.  Oi. O IMf UK11.___*. Syo.  Sunshine Coost Golf & Country Club  Highway 101 at Roberts Creek Phone 886-2020  imiiiywiinniiiiiiiiinitqnuLij|iii_ii'���fi|i  m^imutrfimmtvi  I  WMJf ft�����.fll��it  - 'SM.'K^|LTO.,;  Your Bm^t f^##  DEALEfl Jn GSDSOMS  or. tb�� i^aff - nnp-nop,  Quollty Housfl ond Marlnol  *Y ���!',"������ ^olnt' "*  .;-���  uw,a��i-itiniw--iM  >.* .f.:.  ' Deoler for,' ���'    '.  MARSHALL WELtS  , PAINTS,   ,  0omo<Je Bill* Modrw Point  GIBSONS BB6-2Q42  PITTSJ3UR0II PAINTS)  DEALER.  ���   - '* to'"*-    ���  Secheit - 80S-��713  "Lo��lt m P^tf��jr-��. tents'*!  * ��AFETY FIRST -!?flTH SOLVENTS  Use caution when working with any floor finish'"which  contains solvents, advises the Canadian. Paint Manufacturer /Vssociation. Rags soaked with solvents or vqrnish  sHouli^ b*9 burned or put in a ^uck-et'of water immediately  ftfteV<!yo\t finish with them. V^orkiiig In wbll.-ventilated areq  with windows and doors oper> will reduce the chance of sol-  yeni furnqs accuijiulatiflg and be|ng ignited, A lasjt ^emi^d-  er: ��� don't ��� use'.el|?ctri,c<��,f; equipment ��� on'd'/'tiprt't 'jmofat vM\lo ;  you're working with solywts. Put oyt <jny pilot; tights'-In  stoyes or furnace^ whep working in their yicirjijiy,     '  SCREEN CHECklNfr-.-TIME''-."'  Check thoso window screens that have been down all winter  fob�� sure they are st��U in good conditio^ The Canadian  Paint/Manufacturers Association recommends repainting or  a touch-up before putting them up. This saves timjo and  assures a mbro professional looking jo|>.  Mut cmd foil: finne-Scpving Combo  I When painting with a roller, lino the roller tray with aluminum foil, advises the Canadian Paint Manufacturers Association. This will savo you a clcon-up later on. When your  brushes are clean, dry and ready to be stored, wrap, them in  foil for protection;  E2>.   @.   ����UGLAS  Vcrb%f <C?? Paints  Deoler for  PITTSBUtlGH PAINTS  In GIBSONS  Look *�� Bettor - Lof^ir  ��� - ���.<-.. '.'  ,i''    ��� :' '':,-.' '' _      '      ' ,'���������-  SvBRycraEt Sliopplrrj} Csntm  v^''f"',',7W4.261S,',:'-'.'V;r:  Mwwr-  |l       ��,��� 'I,.";.i'",\ ]��*,,,  BAPCO PAINT  "'"DEAU-R '  ""'���"to  SECHELT - 08S-2283  mmm  iM Creek lumber & Building Su  YOUa GEMEaAL PAINTS DEAIM  , MonomeJ and Qrccxo Paints 7  SUMSHtME COAST HIGHWAY NEAR GIBSONS  ����W��IW��MMMI<l��l>pMW>PllilWII^^  mmmmem  ��.96-2*308  "s*c";7aro Ltd.  Your Dealer for  ' $tsiawiN ���  WILLIAMS  ���    POINTS  s?ciiaT-e��s-ai7i  ., ���* V ���*"-=? ���'������**">��'  V "'   1��l-r��Bf,.-H(.  ���   *<wfWH.(.��>    V^.^.   ��^<f(  ��f *i|w��i^��h)��^^*-r^rt-*��iHi-^^i*^^#^<l��P,*ifrF-lt^ *��f(*WH9 ���B��li��i^n^��l��^r._�� pm+frifX* **��*���*����� *OltJl',t *������*** ���**   !**��W*PI' ','  '"-,"����� ��   ",     F        i *  ,    *.  p.Jii_*>i.��*v.j ^-.K ,��     ^~i*  'F^f _���' ,\.   ^w��- i- ,s~ts, .* ii.  .^trt,^f'.r^r^.U    _    .  "YR  The Peninsula Times     "~" Page 0^3  _       Wednesday, July 30, 1969  Readers' Right  Stop the clock  Editor, "The Times, '   '  Sir: It' was reported, in the July 23  issue of the Peninsula -Times that three  members of the Chamber of Commerce  decided to "get the facts" on the proposed  gravel mine for this area.  ' ' In an effort to settle the controversy  concerning gravel mining,'-Mr. Wheeler,  Mjr. Hensch and Mr. Thompson decided  to seek an interview with Mr. S. B. Slym,  president of Secheit Sand and Gravel.  When these three members of the  Chamber of Commerce approached Mr.  $_ym presumably on" their knees) he informed them that he has been so busy  with permits, negotiations and regula7  tions that he hasn't had time to tell the  people of the Peninsula his plans for  them. He was also too busy to send a representative to the Regional Board meeting to answer -questions of the delegation  protesting the gravel mine.  ' But Mr, Wheeler, Mr, Thompson and  Mr, Hensch were more fortunate, they  managed to extract information from Mr,  Slym,  7' Here are the facts presented to them:  Initial benefits to the area are not great  in terms of employment���"does this mean  they are small"?  , Loading is to take place in Porpoise  Bay "with consideration of a canal  through, to the Straits"���If this canal is  to connect Porpoise Bay with Secheit  Waterfront, does Mr. Slym plan a series  of locks or does he plan on just flooding  <���   \   *- ���*��� fj  - ���  -P*T  '*     I  *���_  ���p \  *+  ..    ��  . >  /  ���I i in I.  Deposit as-little as  Earn as much as  \,.<  _, -��� *  -*-** "���"_"* ���*������ *  *<  . -  *. ?  V  <X  -nuclear stuff.because-it afforded employ- "V Hopkins Patriarch  ment. , '> Hopkins Landing Annual Sports Day  'About the only redeeming feature I '\ is a day for reminiscing especially for  followed his > Dad -dowh * the- mines and on  to the coal face..  History does not show us where our  masters  have  unduly  concerned-them-    see about it ,is���tbat_ it -has. preyented a 7iCaptain  Gordon  SY Hopkins   Whose  selves about the welfare of their employ-- - .third'world war. JFor the profiteer fecog-' "father Mr. George Henderson -Hop-  ees,   possibly .being   too'  busy ^ormihg*Y';_-__.&" HlW everyone'^lse' that'he'* has* no .ji king gaye theresort his name in 1906.  on a Bank of Montreal  Term Deposit Receipt  To earn full Interest at VU% per annum, you deposit  your $1,000 or more and let It remain for over two years.  Interest Is paid half yearly'on April 30th and October 31st.  '    For terms of less than two years, your money  can earn 7% per annum, with minimum deposit of $1,000 for  one to two years, or $5,000 fixed for 30 days or longer.  Canada's First Bank  trusts, etc., and arranging for lawyers a^d ��� escape route any-more than-the unem-  lobbyists, Sojne of'the financial magnates ployed should the fateful'switch .be pulled  tnade great donations, Carnegie _with' lib- L or button pressed.., _ _ .. "i ,*_ ...Y  raries. Thave no wislj-to be disrespectful " We face.-a difficult situation, j?ut. not  the entire village of Secheit? Perhaps he ' but.it could well be\that they hardly knew ' one that's-' impdssiblevto bveicomel What  plans on obliterating" the Skookum what .to' do with their wealth, on <theoth��a* - *a relief it would "be to b^ye *'no ���inore re-  hand the\ publicity was4 quite a factor in,   '"'-'  '���    " :   --'--������- -'- '-*���-- ��' -"-'-  many ways. ��� , -! -       -   '-,  On this day whenever possible Captain Hopkins renews acquaintances  with old friends, their children and  grandchildren; six-year-old John  Davies and. seven-year-old Dallas  Chuck, and if so how much will it cost  ahd who is -to pay?  ". A benefit to the area will be sand  which Mr. Slym is prepared to let the  Parks Branch have at -a "minimal cost"  -r-How much?  There will be no excess noise.���How  loud is that?  , The small creek to be used, is not used  for drinking.���Which creek?  * The crusher will not be used continually.���A five minutte break now and  then?  ��� The actual plant and stockpile will  be well away from the road.���How far is  that? '   '  , Intentions are to creat level residential building sitesA-1, wonder why the  people who developed British Properties  didn't level the mountain first  ' Mr. Slym, Conservationist, states that  today there are many regulations governing strip-mining. In the June 14th  issue of the Vancouver Sun, in an editorial on strip-mining, the editor states,  '���the requirements of the government are  still something of a mystery, due to the  wide latitude of discretionary powers  granted in the new legislation". How discreet is Mr. Slym? \  And now that we have obtained all  this detailed and specific information  from Secheit Sand and Gravel/ lets hear  '    !Now^ more  to * ourselves.���For���many-'  years we have been working, under agreements for stated periods and it's swell- to-  recall that having made an agreement.ior  a specific period it's our duty to -live-up-  to the contract. I can recall terrible fijpitsY  when negotiating a contract.   The t>per- *  ators very deliberately stating they tfould  not discuss anything until the  workers,  agreed to a penalty clause. It took-'some* ���  maneuvering before a contract wasmade, '  We were very j>lainly chided, for not read-  iiy agreeing to a penalty clause.   At the  same time we could hardly characterize  the employer as the picture of innocence,  However, what -we have to remember* is  that we are under a capitalist system,  master and servant if we will, and we  have to govern ourselves accordingly. In  working out agreements our religion and:  politics should in no way interfere. Social  Credit or NDP has nothing to do witte' the'-  agreement made by .employer and'* em-*  ployee,   ' ' :^-? y\  It may be expecting too mueh^ip fqljow.  the plan I have in mind.  I cannot see any insurmountable difficulty in a person outside of his job politically doing all he can to bring about a  new governmental policy. At the same  time, providing* we don't continyouslyf  wrangle over trifles, we should be able to  seven-year  lief, in o^h^r words tp make it-possible ''Brodie are just two of Captain Hop-  for each one-to play aja^'ive and proper ' kins many admirers who eagerly look  1 forward .to Ms appearance during the,  f" water sports.  Chrisl nol rockets  gravel operators.  M. GROSS  from  Construction Aggregates,  the  big ' *2rry ��"* <?US o-^to"*8 and ^ fight to  r        ***&   *�� .    i      i   "b    change the system: y *  ,'- .  It may be well to Temetmser-'-that'-aH.  countries have their gross national product, the' pot tfrom' which everyone's('foodi  clothing and shelter is drawn!. -We'll aill  it the kitty. "Is'there any justificat-Oir'fbr  anyone drawing from said kitty'Without  placing his quota in it?    I  Here a word to my young friends under 30. I cannot think of any .age when a  person is more able to put his quota in  the pot than from 18 - 30, Yet seemingly  -there is a reluctance among the younger  folk to recognize this fact.  That isn't to  '-"'parkin society!.  ��� Just a few words about our seemingly*  epidemical strike situation: It reminds one'  of the bygone days when smallpox and flu,*  ^ran rampant- One cannot help but ponder'  7-jOver the unprecedented* hourly, rates, demanded and wonder what, if,any; thought ��� r       |      ,_*.  is given to/the pAFs and others in poorly    JOf  lBSllUCT  136QC8  . - paid jobs when theise fights ior the higher' 3   *  1 -rates are taking place:'.'��� ^ ...'.__'  Sizing up the other troubles in many  countries besides our own,. the daniage  do^"_n'so"iEf_any places" Sy university stu-s  dents together with our numerous strikes  ^brings each and every one of us to the  point where we cannot afford to let such*  conditions continue.'' Needless to &dd, there  is something here that" needs well considered action to'overcome,-' *���" '  July 20\ gave its unquestionably the  most spectacular event' in "history.   The  , pooled brains of experts-formulated gadg-  "ejaythat enable three men*,to tiavel a  * r^U^ter million miles and manipulate 'their  '" praft"in such a manner that'two of them  '-set foot on'the"ntooh; We now read the  suggestion "How about Mars."  With upwards, of 20 billion dollars plus -untold  anxiety -the moon mission was happily  successfully,accomplished, - - - ���,.  -��� ,  -   fRlght $&' hapd in many parts of" our  glofie we j_ctiow that millions of babes liave  been brojtfjglS; irito the worlld tp .endure  nothing IkSter than starvatlon-and naked-|  Politics out  Editor, The Times,  Sir���Recently an intimate friend and  I have had a few chats on much needed  , p)ans that would at least help to alleviate  many of the terrible situations existing  around the world. My friend was most  anxious that I put some of our thoughts  in,writing.  For many years I have been associated  With the trade union movement, belonging  to the United Mine Workers of America  and, preceding retirement, the outside civic  employees in Vancouver,  Since coming here to Gibsons 24 years  ago I have not been in close touch with  our unions and am therefore much <as  Will Rogers said "all I know is what I  read in the papers."  Should the reader happen to be a  nuember of some union, silly as it might  fHjem, kindly step along to your* nearest  niirror and pose the question to the fcllow.  facing you. Have I played my part;In  helping to promote better world coridi-  (tions, and if not why not? Let's be franlj.  14 it not a weak or cowardly position'i'o  expect the other fellow to play your part?  .,*':, Bear with me for the moment going,  - bjick to the "gay old nineties."  In those earlier days it required real  mirage to jojn and advocate unions.  Many Improvements brought about,in the  Pfist decades would, I'm afraid, still be  tycking were it''not ior the, actions of some  Of those courageous pioneers.  'Progress has certainly!;'been' hindered  hy the indifftfjt-nce of the average union  Members, many hardly ever thinking of  Attending their unlort meeting untir^rl-  $is trouble was at hahd. Then, in the  meetings often: times the respective cliques  that were promoting candidates for ^fjtioc  Ih tlie ne>{t election were more concei-ncd  About that than tho 'general welfare of  the members. :  ���' How easy St yrats, and is, for those  (tleUfrmincd to disrupt unions -ten spill a  little gak on the flames caused by petty  Strife among the members. It is well to  Xcrnember that if we are too indifferent  in do everything possible to help ouniclvcH  improve our conditions it is rather absurd  to t.x|^ot ^nir masters or employers to  \foluntirlly better our condition.'*.  Physically tlie master and servant naturally look much alike and they have ono  thin^ pretty well Jn common. In'the'main  they follow -their falheraf footsteps, the  <wie takes hte place oh the managerial ntatt  whereas the'other, for instance, the young  lad In the mining diistrlcts in South Wales  t,o? >,llp^ying, this; in-?��cusable plijgijt to  ^dqti^uie?'; ' T ���       '      ' Y . '    * , ���  .7.7Y. Y s_ IXAVE BEEfe.  Arts Council gallery  features anii^i: show  SUNSHINE Coast Arts ftmncil Gallery  is .pleaded to announce Tfcny Wells''an-  say that there are. not many, over-30- who- -nual show, of paintings-which-will be on  forget things. One further thought where  possibly over and under 30 can agree. For  some time past it has been amply demonstrated that the machine properly used,  displaces workers, therefore, mosi assuredly what is needed is definite -plan$r to;  use the machine to the fullest possible-ex*  display from July 29 to August 9.  Mr. and Mrs. Wells have lived in Roberts Creek for about ten years, since'Mr.  Wells retirement from business In Vancouver. Kay is well'known for her beautiful ' floral studies, and has taught a  JJight School Atf Chu*s which must hold  DELEGATION from the Secheit area was  among a crowd of 65,609 persons that  broke all attendance records at Vancouver's Empire Stadium and Pacific Coliseum Sunday. They had gathered for the  final day's program "of the eight-day  "Peace on Earth" International Assembly  of Jehovah's Witnesses.  Mr.,L. W. Franz, Watchtower Vice-  President, delivered the public lecture  'The Approaching Peace of a Thousand  Years." He advised his audience that it  would be God's> Heavenly Kingdom under Christ Jesus and not rockets to the -  moon that would bring lasting, peace to  the earth. He claimed strict 'adherence to  Bible principles has already caused Jehovah's Witnesses' world-wide ' to" *" beat  their swords into plowshares.  The presiding .minister for the Secheit  area reported ,the information presented  at the eight-d^iy. program was enjoyed by  the local .congregation. /They observed  Canada's largest*,baptism when 1,853 r����rw  ministers^ were: immersed. During, the  eight days of fellowship with visitors' and  missionaries'fi'dm-over 30 countries,'they  obtained ^eight new publications- to aid*  them in Bible understanding. Many ancient Bible dramas-were enacted and applied to. modern circumstances for the  benefit of all in attendance.  Approximately _��� 15,000 Witness delegates We're*', housed by householders  throughout Ijhe V>wer. mainland who demonstrated Brjti-ih. Columbia hospitality.  Two cafeteria X-n assembly grounds served a to^al #_"* 250,900 full-course meals.. .  3    Fill that ad with assorted shocklettes  and-you'll1 get'hungrier'nibbles'." '   "���  Secheit Branch: ERNEST BOOTH, .Manager  Gibsons Branch: . .T. F. DAUGHERTY; Manager  % i ���* ���  Pender Harbour, Madeira Park (Sub-Agency):      Open Daily  ��MM����i*'������*K.M����^^^  Schedule Service: SESCHELTH  _  O ���-SECHELT  LEAVES SECHELT  - 8:00 a.m.  xlZ:00 noon  x 4:00 .p.m.  7:00 p.m.-  MONDAY-THROUGH FRIDAY  /  LEAVES NANAIMO  * 9:00 cm.  * 1:00 p.m.  5:00 p.m.  FRIDAY ONLY ~r    8:00 p.m.  SATURDAY ONLY  l  LEAVES SECHELT  8:00 ,a.m,  xl 2:00 noon,  4.6d"p.m. .  LEAVES SECHELT  12:00 noon  x 4:00 p.m.  7:00 p.m/  LEAVES NANAIMO  * 9:00 a.m.  1:00 p.m.  5:00-p,m.  SUNDAY ONLY  LEAVES NANAIMO  * 1:00 p.m.  5:00 p.m.  8:00 p.m.  E��Wa\Flights-Ifriday^,-Sundaysnnd Holidays as required.   .  ' y     ; ��� ' '*  I ' I ', J i '  ,* Cdi-jnecting Flights^to".Pender .Harbour ,Areo/ Nelson-Island,. JervJs Infer, Egmont,  Secheit Inlet, Nprrows Inlet and Salmon'Inlet.  x 'Connecflhg FlfgRlsfrorh obbve'points to Nanaimo,  Nanaimo.lo Secheit-���Ono Way .Irate, $9*00  Weekend Round Trip Excursion (Ffi. to ty\on. only), $1200 return  EFFECTIVE JUNE 15th, \9ffi TO SEPTEMBER 1st, ,1969  Secheit*���885-2214 Vancouver���685-4922  NOTE: Direct Line"Phtone%Numbcr-from"Nanaimo to be published'when'available.  All Rates and Schedules Subject to Change Without Notice.  ��^mv��^&5^��  . ���  new  tent" To avoid chaos a^system, wqidd^have.. ii)0^ record tor, continuing popularity,  to be brought' into' being wherehours of This year's display will feature  labor are so regulated that instead of fore- paintings of local land and sea-scapes as  ing able bodied workers into the ranks of well as some fjpwer .arrangements.  Kay  the unemployed that their services be used. , Wells works with a variety-of ^media", in-  sb that they could proudly play their part . eluding  pastels,  water .colors  and  oib,  (by placing their quota in the kitty, Y;'Y'',,''Whichever ;is most,"'Wlta^le,'",to.7,t'hje!';su1bject  !,    Thhik it over friends. Isn't it'��, frigh^ matter and <xim)^sMyn^^a^:M^'to use  ening thought that wc have  sufficient lfl,rge ���^vasc^'^h}cl^\;ftl^W/vh^'tj'!'W do  ,,!m-Wear frowortoblow the worM^ *'x"' s,7'  ereens. Tills has been produced under the The Gallery Is open from 10 a.m. to 4  profit system.   I have heard the odd one p,m. daily from Tuesday through Satur-  trying lo justify the production of this    days.  " ' "' r "* ''  &8a$&^;p;^^^  SCM3D1A BLAG-TOP ll  S&-0 us.  or  Qn^fhe- Sunshiny -^cif # fr^e'iii^|fig;  Wo will be in the area for tho next few  months   and   wclcomp   yo*M..f..;:,^,flU,*|r^��.  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