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 t "i  * . . ., F      r , , ^ ��� J- V   ^  '      \  ���*',-������> ���> _   ,, ,<    , .    ���* ' *��� *-,;"''     '  ...-....-_      . ' -'''.' ''*''������    Y * /    .'J' @e��t Csokdlafl Gjsapnlo Siid-ustries Ltd.,     ,^'V-p"  ;     -"      ./'"-.'''('V.Ly  Maxepiacemenl .���<    *   ���   -;->-.     :     v-_.���.���;   :* i-n^m' ��� '     r   ,  >��-J5a_��*.       ...:>/. s  '. Y^f?^**^' -���' - ^ -A���^7.1   1 x HI *v . -    J.; , y  THERE will he no trustee* appointed Ho", fje.felt that the'depMmentV derision is a  replace school trustee Norman Hough ' vrate of non > confidence in local school  who resigned before his term ot office expired in December of this year.'  Two persons had been -nominated at  the June meeting of the School Board'.,-  Trustee Ur^Burtmek nominated Mr. Fxank.  Wesb and trustee Don Douglas-nominated ,  Mr. John1 Maitfhews. . Secret ballot conducted at last' Thursday's meeting of the  Board -resulted in a fie vote and trustees,  taking into account the cost and time* it  would tyke to arrange a referendum, decided that for such a short term of office  it would be better to wait.un_.il the regular election ait the end of the year,   *   , *  STILL HIGH  Second calling 'for hids for science  wing at Elphmstene resulted in Graham  CoftstrucJion submitting * lowest bid' of  $139,000. Architect's estimate for concrete  blopk structure was $90,000 and two previous Jtenders of $175,*329 and $164,000  were rejected by School Board, |    .7,7  This time the Department of Education  rejected the tenda* *as being- much in ex-<^-  cess of any shateable costs which can .be  considered,1   ���        \     7 .'��� , ���  * District,Superintendent R. R,, Hanna  who is presently in Victoria marking' examination-papers'has. been, in touch wiith  the grehiteot and a-Iso with departmental'  officials and ithere is some indication that  if changes can bemade which will reduce  ���Ghe tender ito somewhere in the legion of  $135,425, "(the "bid may be considered acceptable. * . , , ���  _ Acting secretery-foeasurer* Lloyd York-  ston pointed out that" if the contract Is jiot  a'warded- with 30 days which expire on  July, 1% .the tender;��an he withdrawn.  Greeting to Department of Edueatapn's  refusal ito aseept the tender, trustee Barcy  Jenks ����nmekted that the Boaid had put  in a/loj;'<>f time and the "blue <book', had  been iollowed with regard to construction.  hoards. If Mr, Hanna had not been im1  " Victoria'and- the Board had not'been-pfet-  Tgistent It would have had to accept* Vic-'  toria'i? decision.       .*..*'  1 Hie slated ti��9t he hopes the door is  . .vidde open for negotiation so that the  JBc-ard can get some facilities-at Elphinr  stone injlhe near; future.-'   ' .   ,  ���-j -Chairmao Shiela K,itson agreed, staifc--  ing, i "We must fight- for -what we- believe  in." '        , . ' '  Trustee "Biil Malcolm commented ttet  -this has happened before and the Boaixi  usually sent jepresentatives ;to Victoria.  .  HALFMOON BAY   "  Letter from Mr, Jim Janiewick of Secheit stated that under no ciraumstances  will he'allow his children to trayel to  Halfmoon Bay School fpr" ifcheif education.  He jsees no basis fori. sueh_ action and jsaid  he built his*home in Secheit-because vof  ; school-facilities there. Mir. janiewick Te-  ' quested a letter -fexam. the poaid' j#ting  th��t he1 would not be subjected into send-  t ing his children elsewhere'l^'fEeif edu-  ' cation,'  j y. ' Y        *  '. Mr, Janiejyick was referring, to the .  ���-'Boa-rd's decision to ^-open'Halfmoon Bay  Scho^ii Tyith grade one and twVehildr^n  ffrom Haifmoon.Bay and Secheit in atten- -  - dance. ~"       Y"  Sfe-v, Barry Jenks who xepresenfe Ihe  Vi'llage of Secheit stated .that he ��nder-  stends panents are asking why, cannot the  day school .iri  the ��� Besideiifial   School  , f-see pa$e^A-5  Serving the Siih^inkCoast,,' Way/* Sound to )$&'* Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkj^ Lfi-jdirtg, fironthom's lrof,o,'*"g/<5��bsons/ Roberts Cre����,  Wilson Creek, SeW -Poik/Sfiphel-y Holfroaon Soy, Secret Cove, Pentfer H<m>our,TWqdeirO'*l��o^;KieindoJe, Irving Landing. Earl Cove, tamon*.  1 ' ��� ',."..- ' -j ��� ii- ���.    .       .... . .  Funds sought*.  Regisf��j��Qr> Ho.-114%  ZndCXossMaV  Volunrap 6, Ho, 33  l     -    ^-~  WEDNESDAY, }\}Vt ,16, 1969,  &����  Weekend closure for  f.   ,        .   0   j   .v  Strait of Georgia;  At Last  RESIGNATION  * Official .resignattioni of Mayor Fred  Feeney was jead at last meeting of Gib-"  sons Council. Feeney said he leaves the  area -with reluctance but his move with  the" BX./Telephone Company is'a pro-  tf-OfUon1 he-feels obliged to accept. Acting  Mayor *Wally Peterson expressed the view  that" the* village is losing a good mam.  Alderman Ken "Goddard was appointed  alternate acting Mayor,  GARBAGE SERVICE  " '"AiTiyal of new"refii_5e"tnick led to trial  run ;"#.$; week ..prior to offidaiJ* sftant of  jservice. One;,!R_si^fent ii-nmediately som  ABOUT fifty membera of the Sunshine  Coast Golf and Country Cluh turned  out for an iriiormal meeting ~held"lflsi.  Thursday, July 10, in the/club hoiEae-to  dispuss-ways,and means by'which funds  might be raised to complete the'*-building.  President Keith Wright explained that  completion invol'ving interior walls, Boors,  electrical installation, har, t^>les and  chajrs, would require additional funds  much of which could be raised ihxough  the bar and various social activities. However, it would he necessary..to complete  the club house heiore'a bar'would* be  persroitted/ ' ���  A ��umber of" ideas'were-put foiwaird  hy members but preference - was overwhelmingly given the suggestion thai  membership be asked to make. interest  free l<j3ms to tfihe simownt of $25.' Discussion fallowed a suggestion that it* might  be jeasier 11�� raise the* capital by-seeking  $100 loans rather that* $25 3?ut- "this 'was  and most suceessf ul has been4hp Twilight  Golf." This has now Jieen re-scheduled  from Wednesday to Thursday, nights staj*-  Eight students pass  night schodl coijrsa  -EIGHT p^)ple -Mccessfuily. completed; the  "St John Ambulance "First Aid to" the  Injured" Course held; under 'the auspices  ot the 'sSphool'Board's. Night School Ou-Tic-  ulum-at Gibsons.       , l   ' , -\ ,  Successful students are-. Mrs. Sana G.  Bujan, Mr, Dale^B, Franklin,' Mri. Jadsi-  Isen Franklin, Miss'Linda' W. Goojiridge,  Mr,-James E. Marshal^ Mr, "Donald K.  Skeiton:  ]VIaMng m de-but last Friday^ #_e larst  gattage disposal tnidt nadej. con-  jtxact.-to.flje Simshine/Coa^t Regional  Board did an'oS schedule pack-up -to  weekend closure oi,the Strait' of Ge9r-.' &?&&)&, *e&ise a-t^mulated-priior to  -r'     gia to commercial trojj JKshing w^nt-^ diaitge-over-' by service,   jScheduled  mto effect Friday, July li," and will con-    sendee commences on-Tuesday, July  tinue through ito'the end'of" August,    "'"    15,"  Oiwied "fey Me_>srs> TV Gory and  The closure will.be"in effect'from 6    B*- dbh^VML,-the COS9pact��r Itmck  p.m. Friday to 6 pin, Sunday each weak' " JS e'S-tSmaled toehold contents of 720  "'    "     *   '    "      '    " "'        "    standard garbage conteduers and 2S  gallons of liydranj-lic fluid are reqiiir-  ed~"t��* operate; Hie .automatic syistem.  virluch compresses gar-bagiaad ejecfe  it ardumpT^to.'-   ,  and will apply to-all aieas of the "Strait,  ^^it^^T '6:0�� **�����?&- ^ Pft '> "of ^rgia bet-ween SeymoUr Nassrow^ ahd  Slated 'for tee near futoe are ch& - p^fboo^teon the mainland'and-Sidney-  diampionshipsybofen.allieai-dfeinale.and   on Vancouver Island.    #��� <- - '  .   , ps.   ,    .  ���  ,_ . ^    Theax-aouncementwasJ'-nade--iast-wee-S  by Minister of * Fisheries and 'foiestay^  Jack Davis.     ."-.- ,,���":���-     '  This is "the finst -time'a -weekend -clo-,  sure has been^pliedtO'FcJiinOok'aMct^^  troll fishing in"the,Stxait of .Geojrgiar "  "Both spo_ts''^d;commePcj--l matches  to date show that~s$bek�� 'of 5*col{o"Jn,.tlhe'  Strait of Georgia, are the lowest 'in recent  years," R.-E. McLaier^ ja^istant. negional  direotor said today.    -'-       '     -**,-.,<"_  "The closure" is being taken in o;j*der too  provide for a mop-i-equitaible distrlbuiaon  between- the spoxte and commsrci^l tpfaer-  ies of stocks *.of jsalnM-tn awaiiabk. for-cap-  Centennial project  centre recommended  RECREATION Center Committee meeting  recently at Gibsons unanimously  agreed to a s-iiggestion -that the proposed  Recreation Center be considered as a 1971  Centennial project for the Sunshine Coast.  It' was noted that the project would  provide something for ihe school children  who would Uke3y*have a hockey league.  The girls and boys, young people and  many older would have skating facilities  as well as the old Scottish game of curling which has swept across Canada: We  might even hpye a professional hockey  team train at* the Center and .see many  fine exhibition games. The Senior. Citizens would' haye a meeting place with  craft rooips and. kitchen facilities^ Every  one, young or old is within an hour's^ drive  to the Center which gives it great access-  ability. One 'member, remarked, that. it  took him much _longer to get to Maple  Leaf Gardens in Toronto to, see a hockey  game than it would take anywhere on the  Sunshine Coast.  The Committee was pleased- at the  community- response to the' financial appeal. A sum-of $2,500 has to be iraised  for an architectural feasibiliy* plan before  it cant vbe-presented to the*.Regiona*l Board  with a request ior a reefrenclum. The selling of '$5,00 credit on memberships developed' hy Mr, Len Fox "and availa-ble to  eyery<body 'to get their name on the list,  has -been a big help along with /Canadian-  Forest Products, Lions Club and many  individual gifts,  - More and more the' unlimited pno^Ject  for a Becreatian Cento* and its component  facilities is capturing the imagination' of  citizens. People are now'sayjn*g that wev  should have tennis, badnrunton, * squash,"  base'ball, football, picnic park and swimming pool along with skating apd hockey.  'Tot-ii plan, which would-require a period-of time to get into operation, -would  make this whole area a'thrilling place to  live _and if all were willing to sh&nein it  - for the good of all, it could heoome a  reality;at a very reasonable cost to all  individuals. "       ~        '   ���*-    *  "p9^*aed';3t'*8!P^n^^ -sressolv^wi1&a'd^isito  .~���y_ ���,.-,,���, ,      ,-,,���.,,.  another^s&l-d'^e1^^ fhe^vnSC       -"The" -_qjt^iw.ten,''wf3pil!-. course **va_i  can and'will "havle to'jget another because-     7 wjhile, it was.stated, kbinpl&m��ot <3he '^ giweri by St- John Ambulance Instnicter,  '     '    *    "'    * '   '       existing building -jvould cost about,$5,000,    3_fr, C, MaWmai. 'and,upon -completion the  she undenstaxids the service calls for two  cans,j while another complained -that two  were insufficient?? /Board Office says  service .will sjart officially, on date announced. "       ' * -      -    >  ACCIDENT!    Y^  Head-on collision between two automobiles, oocuwed Saturday evening near  Roberts Creek sending ithree people to  hospital in Vancouver. Mr, and Mrs. W,  L. Stalman of North Vancouver were  taken to Lions Gate Hospital. Sunday  morning after a night at St. Mary's and  Mr. Benny Beudoin of Gibsons was rushed  off Friday evening to St. Paul's. All flliree  are unders'jood to have been badly hurt.  Police are investigating Circumstances.  P ' ���   .  r ��� -'...���  furhishi-^s,. etc., could nut aiather-more.  A committee of six was formed -ito.iaise  an unspecified amount which will be utilized as funds come in. Actual loans and  pledges were made by members present  and sufficient was raised to provide 'for  a large part of work required.  Club Pro. Boy Taylor reports that interest in golfing is growing among the  young people and junior classes hav��  proved quite popular. Also plans 'call for  election of a Sunshine Coast Golf Club  -Queen to represent the club at the -Oath-  ooming Gibsons Fun Festival. Members  are asked ito submit names of da-tightens  aged-between 1*6 and IS for Dhis contest, *  Club competitions are well under way  tstudents underwent* a rigid examination  'by doctor J, "Crosby and Mr. P. Madison.  who* {jsh^rtheVStttfait.*^  year. Trollers affecte^T huMber ajbou* 30.0,  /The 'season   for. cdmm��reial salnjon  (trolling starts April 15 and funs'to'Sep-,  temlber 30. ' -  Dragging heels"...  bntrol Brancj  ' l 1 K  bolding back sewer system  ���������(   i -3r>*����_��i ��� "Tv. r.   ��  . ^.~'4$ '������      sy*'  -T **        ���      * .����� **���  ��.*,�����'  S"  .��� *i. " *��� *.'  '"& ':^' *W? V"4 >- -'^r.   ^���<" '**���;  .    ^r, ��� ���** - -r HHf,*./.' .' 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L* "A\v  PLANS FOR isewage system within Village of Gibsons are progressing satisfactorily and a permit to proceed is presently awaited from the Pollution. Control  Branch, Victoria.  Letter to the department was sent on  behalf of village by engineer Mantin Dayton drawing attention to the passing of a  sanitary  sewerage: bylaw   in  December  wiiih a subsequent application for a-Polliu-  iionCon-tixrfr permit in February 1969.  It  pointed .(to, the fact.tbat extension, of .Gii^''  boyhdary (has now been approved by  Order ih Councili and that preparation of  surveys together with detailed de-  of coMection,' and ihteroepting system'  have reached a point whereby first call  for tender is almost ready.  Council agsreted to table (Uie letter pending fu-ither information:':' Mayor Peterson  commented* "the deparitment, seems to be  d-ragigirig iiti: heeils.''":".'',"),,.-. \   ���  ''testph^s.-.. ' * *,'���" ������'''.. y./:\\  '. Repent driyihig of, test pijes in the harbor was,also" reported!, on,hy, Mr, B>.ayton  w'iho7 indicated "the iest,,csteblislies that  there ahouid. ibe no, trouble dredging tho  .material forli^^propo^cd |te.rbor,dev��-lop-  rrwnitYwojc^t,' Also itlj^t pite foundations  woi/M"acconimpdate,ty&$yy7loading** from  larne bulldogs,! The** -lis a.good'possJ'biil-  ity,'( however, tlx-at pile foundations will  not be required.      ,   "',..'.'       ���  ' The 'engineer believe ShJit this is iisufl'i.  cicnt information' for 'the:' preliminary  stage. If lag-raiment with' a deyclojper Js  reached and dtitailed design ;is aulhorlr.<*d,  Jhen aawiplw of bc4h toil Ao Jw dirdged  and ,eoil,wndcr...lie,propos��l island sshould  be taken to' determine suitability for use  as dredged fill and bearing capacities.  Council mowd the report be filed.  QUABRY PLAN  , Letter from the Lands Bjiandh com-  mentlng on re&'ni application by council!  to hum propoity. for a  firawl qiian-y,  fitolcd: It is understood the, Village will  ��� be cwfining its gravel quarrying to an  area of -Sp|Mx?ximate.y'2��/i acres,  As the  area- appa-oved by the D-t-palament of 20  nejx?a ����na exowsi-dve for your purpoM\  "-vould yoi", HJ-caxufore, provide fUit' dep-inl-  .ment with (j. plan,'.(showing ihe 2% ami  -parwl 'from'] which you intend rennovJnc  gravel,, ���       * ���-      - ������ ���,- -���������������* ���'  ������  Admh)M_-,utei-. Dave, JohmAon jmi��c:4-  ed he write ��� t.ws * OepirimrnX cxplainririj'  (that while .ioUiracil.pla^ia 'to- utilize only  two and a half acrea at tiliis time, tte remainder wiilfll be requiwd cVt^tuaUy.  PROTEST SPBAY  Spraying, by   B.C.   Hydro  of   folkir**  along Mm* power lint* right of w&y brought  forth .strong prote*l,s by oouncil. Corn-  plain!,. was 4mA, - %��sgric��ig - took ptm�� wv  vicinity of creeks yvhich serve the Gibsons  wsiter system. Foliage attacked by' tlie  spray is falling into the creek and spraying was sufficiently close to the water  that much of it must have actually gone  into the waiter.  Mr. Johnston said he had also,received  a complaint from someone at Pender Harbour who said spraying had taken plate  up there in the vicinity of the water sheds.  As a. result he .discussed ithe maitter with  the Hydro and had been teld the-spray is  quiite"safe.!- ",; ���'���'...Y ","','"',  !_7''Mayor,Peteiiison said he' feels the situation is'not'good and that anything which  kills off such!, large7treea certainly should  not be pfernjitted near a Water supply.  , 7 It was moved the Hydro be approached  and astsuranccs sought that it;,will not ha'p-  pen-'a'gain. ���' "''','',���  Short agenda...  ySsspciated Chamhet meetinjg  .... ��Qiweiied on\ Stfiosliine: Cobst  ABOUT -forty Chamber members attend  ed -a meeting of the Associated Cham-  hers' of Commerce held last Monday, July  7_at_th�� Martine? Dining Room, at ��>avis  Bay.   Two attended from PpvJeH River,  V". .six'^c^B^e^ fxoin t&e  v, lowf��*;snainJ,--QdU' j. ?, . ij."-.;.y-'���  ..., ^hpri;.agenda involved' the. matter of  po-Ver lines ���at Pemberton. which- recently  - jtesuJifed in province wide publicity. This  hajs flow-been closed-as far as the Associated Chambers are concerned, due in  part to the fact that residents of the area  - involved could not agree on the situation.  Another matter concerning flood con-  (t-*bi"was tabled pending a reply from Ottawa. ' A third item regarding rail crossings at.busy hlghxvay sections in the Vancouver area is still under discussion.  ��� An election to complete slate of officers  resulted in Mr, R. Birch elected Vice-  President, Mr. R. Heke, director for Ab-  botsford and Mr. P. Benjafield to represent Region 1. Mr, Benjafield of Garden-  Bay was not present.  Guest speaker was President of the  B.C. Chamber of Commerce, Mr, E. G.  Stroyan.who diue ito the time element cut  his prepared speech to a minimum.  He emphasized "the fact that the B.C.  Chamber is: undergoing a revitaUzation.  "Wc have btien operating for seventeen  years but until recently have actually had  ���little idea of where we were going. Bylaws will.be revised.' Following recommendations in 1968 the fee .structure was  revised which has provided " a realistic  working budget and^ significantly,' all  Chambers have continued to pay up."  ��� One of the mbreimpontant changer** lias  Chairman attacked..  yNANTMOU? ''vet.usal, of ��� six trustees to  approve minutes of Jume it Sdwol  BOiaixl meeting ended a three-quarter hour  alterpotion between Chajrmiin .Sheija Kiti  eon ��nd threw (Urustet*s at July meit'ling of  the Board.  ��� Trusted' Don���'" Dpuglas;'contended that,  Ui-ere ��� * wei-e no ��� Inaccurweie^. >'ir*' the*' iitate-  meintt issued by the Board, .conperoing former^ trjistee Norm . j-f^ughYi (resigniatlbn.  AH nwmJbera - of' the Bowd:'���*xocpt''the .  CMirm-��n land. <��ncur-ned> <pii' the jstote-.  ment, isaid Mr; Douglas who fufithq. ��t��(|��d  ^To disassociate yourself is one *tll)teg but  not to carry out tlie Board's wl^hef in another. You ted a duty to 'perform but  did ��cA.;<to-<il"'-;..'������'��� ��� ���.��������� ���*'���'���.������  - 'The'Ctairinan's Jstatemeni laawd at the  June Board meeting pointed out that her  nvommmdvUam.rrgsirdlng. the issuing off  ItUMj 'Board'?" reply' io -former tmetK*,*.  Hough'�� opt^i Setter to tlie press, lyj-.d U%*n  igww}, ��� &�� - pof��W��f*��d that ��� the^ reply  contained' inaccurate .ttotemcnti* and fur-  tJnermore. m Mr. liougti's letter of resJg-  inaition lo the I-oard had been tabled, a  resolution ��ii^W have bom made to be  able 'to discuss the motion at a Regular  meoUnig; of the Board. Only throe jlrwste*''"  were pmaent ai the meeting wjru-re iho  Board's statement wens givt*n to trustees  /and furtlW-rmosv the ptatement .thovld  ���have $m*n pi-rfWiab. *d in Ixnth IocfsI wcws-  paipc-rt- dt'tJ-e name Mme. "'."  . .��� A-_Ubd. by txud/M-Afiiau L*t��al4j. wlw  etie gave the Public Relations Committtee  ���atiitliority'to reply to Mr.'Hough's pu..J|.c  Btatement, the; Chairman replied. that at  that itime ��5lw was ignorant-in her thinking and iiad since read Robert�� Itoites.  .TruBjoe iBiil Malcolm referred ito the  situation; wis; jjjtifuljtlie BoaM's -statement  'had been passed by the Board and the  Ohaifman tilwuld hack the Board jn this  matter.' J^r. Ifoii'gh.had threatened to re-  pign ut the firsi mwting if he were ,not'  p:iac<*d on the' committee ���of bin choice.  Wll.y'should the Board.change iit.a policy  to i-uk-M"*. Hough, it would not Im; democratic procedure, said trustee Malcolm.  '��� ,Mr,- Douglas maintained Ihut -the Roui-d  ted made ,a decision and tlie, Chairman  ' sliould abide by it. Tlxc Board'a statement  ���was not Jnoorrpct and he could not vote  for passujKX' of the minutes unlcas a re-  tr-Ktion w��f, made..  Trust*;*.*'Agnes La1>or>t# ashed the d��*lr-  i-ian if tihe would consider endorsing the  Board's' ��l.a*kiw,wt and" the herself *A'ould  -flidrnat that ��S��* rs3Kw��3d liave exercijsed iikjix.*  discretion on th** date of release.  Mrs, Kitson replied that the .tatrau-nit  fihould Jiave ree^?iv<*d more consid<-raition.  Tnistee Dr. Burtnkk fiiially .term^n-  , ated th*a dispute by proposing that a vote  f be <[uktrn on Uw,* pausing of Um�� minutes of  the June m��*<ting, Oxe result lxring thai al't  ; rfx it.ruMt**,*a -voted down aj>pf<>vai of the  7 minutes-.     ;    *  Guest Speaker  Mr. E. G. Stroyan, President of the  B.C, Chamber of Commerce was  guest speaker at recent meeting of  the Associated Chambers of Commerce hei-d July 7 at tlie Martinez  Dining Room.  been revitalizing of the Highways: Committee which places accent upon overall  priority,' Previously this committee presented a "laundry list" of jobs to be done,  which the government knew anyway,  Now priorjty lists are presented after,  careful, dismission and consideration, and  the government is told "'this is our list  which ^'ou already know but we do feel  they are worthy of priority consideration."  - Success of this attitude was demonstrated on .Vancouver Island when, after  ,a great deal of'discussion, general agree-  m,entwi>8 that main priority was a road ,  from Kelsey Bay to Beaver Cove. This  was j. pproved by Victoria and it has been-  Mnnouncwd by (the Premier-that-'the road  is to go through.  it is hoped that eventually all Chambers and Regional Associations will* be  able to" agretji on pi*iorJ*Ue��. When tink  position is reached the organization will  prove a valuable guide to the Government    > , .  , Another - committee, Umj Education  O-roinittee, is being revitalized.: It, has  alr<-.:idy sponsored bu��ine��sH*ducation con-*  fi-rem-es at which e<lucators and businessmen Bat down together to discuss the objectives of -education. The CommitUJC .is  planning to sponsor a further six ��� such  meetJogs in 1059-1070 and this is another  area in which the increased finances will  help. '  Mr. Btreyon suggested that with atrong  leadership reprx'scntjng opinions of Regional Ahsociations nnd lot-a'l ChijunlxTS,'  tlie BC CJuimber will be able to e*t��Witsh  "Action PrioriiUies*' which in turn wjll |x>  evaluated for gj-eatcst. priority in relation  to atwistence to provincial devei,opnxtA.  'TlM-nand only .hen. will tine B-C. C3sa.m-  lx-r Ibe cxeivising tJie k.-ad��rrfiip of wljjdi  it is capable."' '   , -        -   "   ,  He etaU-d that if -each Itegion and eaeh  Chamber wcie t-o rutabhsh a liingie objective during the next year���and achieve it  ���we will have one of the most successful  years in hiatery. This, he added, does r��t  eliminaitea any project* presently on the  book��. The*-** are already twxx.i$&n Imi jt.  is necessary to find n��*w objectives. Ujng  them to (niiikm thus achieving gniatUT  incpirat-Ott- ���  f^^ n**********}*,**^^  tort*Myi#l^��@Vfti^ftll***I.J,pA  ftW^tft^F.F.*?'* .-lyy ..,<M  ���   **(. 7..- 7'v *.'*"'V<- v  frril'CC'f^'*^^*---*'^^  ,,Jy-t��->Fiv-*-ih**_vHil_.'V  ^ J -'. Y^f/ >' v-* ~*iL,���?'-?���* y'"-*-".*,_. ,-.���' *'' T*'"���.���*  ? v' < Y 'YY. !Y ;i Y .*��� /Y v,"���"-��� - //*f ,7 ,-*v�� .*,*"'*,\l-v- <? 777*. * 1 ;y /Y   ", /y 7 y 7; * ^  -^^A^lifr^i  C - J^     *��**������ **-5-����  n*^-rir***f   V  J J  J  ���*.  :  P69S A��%:   Peninsulaftimes* Wednesday, July 16/19(59,  ���  * ��� ��� i -j   '    ^    .*���     -        **     n * i1 ���     ���*.   ��  ,. t      **     **      v_*   _ %t *.1" V       -- *��� -\ " *> ^ -j  ISULA^T^S^ Seefcel. V Pfrone 805-9654  atAfctft-  ���&&**,  /��� ��\ -w- *���*("*. T"'* "I *"  11A1 ��)i.^imMi iinii|ll!li|P]i '  kUi.  eOSlNESl**9t^T^lTY 7 &%&**���' SSYAtg' (Cfrpflflflr  REAUE$TATI(Cob^|.^ y SEAL ESTATE (Cojitittued)   AUTOS & TRUCKS;(Coirt.)   mh SAUE (CpnUnueA)  SPARE TrME INCOME. Re-   wATJSRFRONT  LOT  and; 3  FRANKLIN  ''4.6 -ACRES,   with   5   room  . jSl|ing and collect money   y^'iois'to Cfr&��7j&_��   wSppSft^JK^.^^ '   itou-seT partly   landscaped;  from    WW    TYP^ ..^gh- *PeA4r^ho^,*fel,-S   ?BSn *^i���� ?l     "''��� to   lots of, small- evergreen *and   1;--. i^..���_�����_.^4_-^i zii-non.   _____ T_i.,_'T_-__ji.__ rTT...    *._***.   Salmon   Rogjc- Prjme   yiew   -.--^ *---.   ���._.__.. -__i._ _���-_ _.  CAftD OF THANKS {cont'd)  Published' Wednesday hy  The Peninsula Times Ltd./  ., ot Secheit B.C.  WE"  WISH'  to   thank   our  friends and neighbours, the  quality faUxropefated #ispen- ^en R?y,'Pend&* Harbour* Box  sers in four area^Np-seUfrig.. 4. Q&den Bay P.O., B,C. or  To qualify yoti Jnust havfe'car, . phone ��83-2336, Owner, - >  references, ��800'to $2900 cash. . -'.,,- .,* . #8-Mto  Seven to twelve hours weekly, -^m^wi*..��-^ t���v v ; ^ m..^,  can het excellent nionthly in- ����� ^1/ .bb/<\c *     '  come.  More   fl_l| time.   Tor   nu      r^^^Fh   *  personal     interview      write   Fnon*.  .Mr.   Good   4.81-9709  CANAPENN  DISTRIBUTING oolleci or *736-r5933 ���  property, well kept home on  80 x \QQ ft.- Jot, Uvhig-'roojn  with FP, Jarip kitchen with  dining area, two' bedroom*?,  Electric' heat,: f^lly, insulated,  patio at front, ysrjtjj. landscape!  garden,'steps down te pebble  beach.  Asking  $25,000, about  Member, Audit- Bureau  of Circulations  March 31, J 969  Gross Circulation 2360  Paid Circulation 2081  CIoejified Advertising Rotes:  3-Une Ad-Briefs' (12 words)  One Insertion.  75c  Three insertions  $1.50  Extra fines 14 words) . 15c '  (This rote does not apply to  commercial Ad-BriefsJ  Box Numbers 10c extra  25c Bopk-keeping charge Is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication dote.  legal or Reader advertising 35c  per <eunf line.  Display  advertising  in  classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates��� ^  By mail. Peninsula ar&a _$5,OD yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  -By moil, special citizens __$3 yr.  By carrier I 50c month  M^^rpP^lonanTsehooI   ^g-, J02 OUEl^raE AVE.,   For>st ^rvice on ail'prop-   SreTyo^Sl&rJwIt  *��* . colleagues ^ for; their   WIff    O^ABIO.  In- %       *#** ^ ^inesseS ^s ^Zl^Z^tt  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT Theatre," Gibsons,  Wed. July 16th to Sat. July'  19th, "Hang 'Em High", starr-  - ing Clint Eastwood; Mon. July "  21st to Wed. July 23rd, *"Sweet  Novemher",    starring    Sandy  Dennis & Anthony JJewley.  2909-33  OBITUARY    r^r~^l  NICHOLSON ��� On July 10th,  1909, Peter Nicholson, age  86 years of Gower Point Boad,  Gibsons, B.C. Survived by his  loving wife Isobella; 2 daught-  ter;., Mrs. Margaret J, A.  -Claridge, Vancouver and Mrs.  Thelma A. Gray of New  Westminster; 4 grand-children  and 1 great grandchild. Funeral service was held on Monday July 14th at-2 p.m. from  the Family Chapel of the Harvey " Funeral Home, Gibsons,  B.C., Bev. M. Cameron officiated. Cremation. No flowers by  request, .'  -     2879-33  METCALFE ��� July 8th, 1969,  Capt, Harold  Barber  Met- ,  calfe, age 86 years of Gibsons,  B.C. Survived by bis loving  wife Kathleen. Capt. MetcaHe ���  was a memi>er of Mt- Elphinstone Lodge 130  AF & Aty  and  0.E.S.   No,  65,  Funeral  wzs'held''^*id^y July Hth at  2:30 p.m. from St Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Gibsons, B/C. Bev, Dennis Morgan      officiated.      Interment  Seaview    Cemetery.    Harvey  Funeral Home Directors,  2868-33  MAEHLER ��� At Pender Harbour on June 25, 1969, Franz '  Maehler, age 80 years. *"An  old soldier just passed away."  Mr. Maehler was a resident of  Vancouver and North Vancouver from 1930 until he moved  to Pender Harbour after the  death of his wife in 1961. He  is survived by Mrs. Inge  (Rolth) Bremer Pender Harbour; ; Mrs. Annie Varney,  North Vancouver, Mrs.  (Christine) Wm. C. Jbuston,  Hagerstowni Md��� 7 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild.  Funeral was held Sat., June,28  at 1 p.m. from Burrard Funeral Chapel, North Vancouver.  Bev. L. T. Nilson officiated.  Interment North Vancouver  Cemetery. Harvey Funeral  Home, directors, 2867-33  ARNOLD ������ Suddenly, July 1,  , 1969 at St. Mary's Hospital,  Secheit, B.C. Jessie Pearl  Arnold in Jier 58th year, of  Davis Bay, B.C. Survived by  her loving husband William  Henry, one son William A.,  and pne daughter Patricia  Louise Ramsden, both of  Richmond, B.C. Six grandchildren. Funeral Service was  held on Friday, July 4th at  1 "p.m. 'from the Chapel of  Hamilton Mortuary. Frftiser at  38th Ave., Cremation. In lieu  of flowers, donations to the  B.C. Heart Foundation. Jtor-  vey Funeral Home, Gibsons,  B-C. directors*. 2876-33  CARD OF THANKS  WE WISH to thank frlendi*.  neighbours and relatives for  their kindness In visiting us  on our 60th weddinf anniversary, July 5, 1069. Also for tlie  lovely flowers, cards, gifts,  telegrams and phone calls we  received. Many thanks to all.���  Mr, and Mrs. Clare H. Cham-  herlin, 2918-33  WJ'TH heartfelt' tl>anks to our  many friends, who by their  cards, gifla and .visits, made  our 50th V/eddjng Anniver-  (sary' the happiest - day of ��� oor  - lives. Very special thankji' to  Verh flnd Shirley Laking,  Dolly Davidson, Bert Croolut,  Ann C��Uon, Ivy Cte.alh.ero,  Cathy pJU-toi-i, Bubbles Creigh-  Um ond Bessie I-aliing. Thank  yon all; we hope ell of you  will have the thrills wc had.  we will never forget,���Pete  and Tnidy iDebnund-'.  2871-33  kindly help and get well wish  es during Mr. Flatley's illness.  ���- Jim and Grace' Flatiey.  2872-33  PERSONAL '        ^  i       .   . i   i ���- w-r - ���~~  ALCOHOLICS    * Anonymous,  P.O. Sox 294, Secheit, B.C,  Phone, 885-9327, or 886-2979.  -  - 2457-tfn  MAKE-UP demonstration by  popular city model. at the  home of Mrs. Faye, Hansen,  Mason Rd., Secheit. Friday,  July 18th from 10 oa.nv ��� 2  p.m. ' 2912-33  HELP WAHT��g>  'FULLY  experienced  waitress  wanted. Ph. 885-2325.  .  .' ��903-33  STEADY   reliable   habysitter'  for children ,aged 4 'and 2  yrs. Your home of. xnihe. ^Vh.  8'86-i?261. '      2^16-33  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone Mrs. pjaidg VViJson  885-S?746 or write:       '  Box '390, Sephett, B.C.  *    '.      -      -2910-tfn  SAW M.LL���  PLANER WOIIKERS  Steady Employment -  Also operator with mechanical  experience for small cat and  other equipment. $2.75-$3.25.  Must be permanent residents  in this area and have j-eliable  transportation. No drifters.  Phone 885-9722'day or eves;  2800-lfn  WORK WANTED  CUSTOM,  blasting.  rock   drilling    &  Phone 883-2227.  '2431-tfei  WILL take care of child 2 yrs.  or under by day, week or  month. Ph, 885-*9973.   2806-33  EXPERT carpenter. Cabinets  or what have you- Ph- ��83r  2201. '   2575-tfn-  CHUCK'S Painting* & Decorr  oting.   Interior ��� Exterior.  pall 885-2375. 2559-tfn  DRESSMAKING  and" alterations. Phone 885-2190.  2798r33  NEED a spring fclean up?  Can't see the water ;tor  trees? Let us solve your tree  problems. We limb, top and  fall trees expertly and to your  satisfaction. Free estimates,���  all work insured. Phone 885-  2109, 2287-tfn  ^������.h.-__--_.-i.w.i. ������    ii   ������������,.�����^��y������;>��-������; piipp  TILLICUM Chimney Service.  ��� Eaves cleaned and rfipaired.  Painting, gardening, 'Janitor  seryioe, odd jobs etc. AR work  guaranteed, RR1 Secheit, Ph.  885-2191 preferably evenings.  ;;���'.;,.      -2754rtih  ': SUNSHINE"." Coa^'^jar^ lC*M>  penter, master diplomia 1952,  available now. Ask for reference -^ jLincoln-s Construc-  ^ion. Box 6, RR 1, Bdadejra  Park pr Contact party /^n Mor  Lintock's Rd, Indian Isle  Marina.''     ,' .'; ..j^IqS?  COMPLETE gardening service, , . �� Lawns trimmed,  flower beds weeded, shrubs  pruned, fertilizer supplied.  886-2963, 2905-36  roa rent ���  . '; "������;���-'"������  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    H^H.  * Contaict  Mr. H. Aubin at 88j5^7^.  263^-tfn  1 BEDROOM suite on wateir-  froht.   Self  jcontained,   furnished. By week or by month.  Call 885-2153 after 6 p.m.  2848-34  VACATION ocxomodatkw* iii  new vit��w home pear be-ich.  Use of kitcl-Jien, Business woman. Day or Week. PIj. 88?-9fOJ.  after 8 p.m. 2830-tfn  2 BDM, home on water'front  at Roberta Cnsek Lower Rd,  L.R., D.R. full basement, ffrfc'n  house and landscaped grpiind*,'  Tenants sltould be garden enthusiasts for a good rent deal.  Rent $|00 p<T mo. Plume K. A.  Crosby, 880-2098. 2895-33  HOUSEKEEPING room, dean,  warm, all found, private entrance. ��� Jlefma  P��rk. ph. 085-  i5.S35, ��� 2870-Un  WA-HTIP TO ^ENT       "  TEACHER .require^ (small  home in area between Secheit and Halfmoon Bay,  Occupancy commencing Aug.  15. Write: PJO.B. 3933, Po��Ul  Stn. D, Vancouver, B-C.  2881-33  elude phone number. ��� 2902-33  MOBIL'S HOMES  J3' x 40' Regal' 2 "bedroom  ^mobilehome. Sunshine"Coast  Traibr Park. S86-S828.   ,' ,  .,  -      \ '     21715-tfn  wantW    ',   7.    "  ' " ' ,_-''."_.' - -.'I'* -"���   i "v*  ViTULi . fwfjcibase. patchy .lot  gta-Miinig timber. FJvme 886-.  2459. ,     - . '    . *���   1681-to  PENINSULA   EVERGREENS,  Salal wanted, ���.Please contact J. M. Hayes at Secheit,  B.C. Phone, 8J��5r��9JG2-     '    /  >j ���   r 28374m  PETS' "'   '     '*��� .   ���"   - 'I  POODLES, / clipping     -and  grooming,*  years * ot   ex-"  -periei-pe. Phone 286*^601,    '  2420rtfa  KITTENS,"free, .to go> p> a.;  * 7 good J?.Qme. Pjhone i885-21l94.  '-    . , - 2894^35  GOOD "horde' winted'' ioj*T Jov-  ".ablle, good- natured, femaje  German Shepherd pup.',<6  months old), phpne 885-2098.  . 7- /    - '        -2898-33  PURE .bred;female- Samoyed,  3 yrs. old,'good with-children., $25. Ph. ��85-9312. 7 , I ��� .  '   ', 77 " '        2878-331  3 BEAUTIFUL pups, 9 months  old, house broken & 'inncur  lated, .Good disposition, 2 females & % male. Ph, ��85*$598.  ,2866-35  LOST  LOST    in    Secheit:'   Artists  sketch   book,    12"   x ' l4".  'Films/ sketchie^ and  desigxis.  Clint Bootit 885-9586, 29.06-33  P|AL j^TATE  SECHELT village, 1 yr.- bid,  plus suite, 2 br, elec heat,  fireplace, ooL plumb,,--tool  shed, carport, short level walk  to shops, P.O. & beadfcC Owner  F, E. Hill Box 515, Secheit,  B-C 2877-35  CHARLES 04GUSH LTD:..-  Gibsons, B.C. S86-2481  Speciolizing in yVost Howe  Sound, Gibsons and Roberts  Creek properties.  Call JACK WHITE  <Eves. 886-2935)  2869-tfn  ,    EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple Listing Service  PHONE 886-22*8  Twepty acres close to Gib-  igons,   between   two  blacktop  7foj^ds, southerly isiope, creek  ah<i ^pring. $25,000. Terms.  ',.' Close ito' ��� Roberts' ��� Creek,  beach pnd shopping: approx.  2'/4 acres, $8,0,00 cash. MLS.  Large lot, 113 ft, on blacktop, close to Roberts Creek;  1*2,200.  Davis Ray: 2-Vi acres won-  deifvjl yie)y land, with ..three*  bedroom home, swimming  pool, gravel pit, saw mill .and  welding shop, community water, fruit trees: $54,000 on  terpjts. Cap be had without  the mill and shpp #t f5O/)O0.  Gipfion�� village; Fnn*iJy  view home, 4 btKHrooms, full  excrete   basement,   on  large  ��� h^(.iem^,''boAhi>^f pool, pjatio  ; garden. $21,5J)0' csd}.  Handy man special, .84 acres,  3-ipedrm older home, ren.,  unfin. rfuplex in view position:  $4,000 down. $12,000 full price.  Ruby Lake Cottage on V*  acre waterfronrt lot, handy to  all facilities, water and power  laid on: Full price $|2,225,  terms. *  W�� TRADEtHOMES  ' ^242-"ift-  11= YOUR DESIRE TO  SOL VOUg.JPRpPERTV  r-Coijitinjio-us; ndyerjHsihjg   in  four* jciewspapeifi.  ~Effectiv^ jand prpVeh  advertising in ntir., catalogue.  ���Real ^Estate sales .staff of  * seven in two offices pn the  - Peninsijla.       _-    ���      -  --Twentyw��o|ir *��� |hour "answering .seryice. Y   ,  ' ���No Charge to ypu if $oerd Is  no sale*. *"/>���*  '"SECH^ AGENCIES Am  '"7*; Phonfi>SS5r^l*." \ \  " - Bo?: 155/ Secheit,. B& '��� *.  Tdox. 369, ;0i&9n��,/33��.? ���  ^IrtSn  erfront home, in Gibsons- finest area. A**ta*ige appointment  to see this soon., ,  886-2483     '    -. -  GOWER POINT BOAD,���  Semi-waterfront lot, 100' x  200', with two bedroom home.  Nicely - panelled inside; .large  LR and kitchen. Plumblcg at  hand, but not installed. Good  well on lot. Excellent view,  ensured forever by road'fal-  ' lowance along west sid�� of lot.  Only $11,800 with $4,000 down  balance at 7 $65  month. Why  fruit trees. Ideal sight for a  turkey of small faniiiy farm.  VA miles from blacktop, road,  below lake, 20 minutes from  shopping centre by ear, jSpring  water. $8,O0Dcaisbu Phone 886-  S397,     *        2S44---33  3 RESIDENTIAL bui|ding lots  No's 13, 14 and 15 (new sub.  div.) Only -200 ft from Porpoise Bay water frontage. $500  D,P. per lot required, BaL  over 4 yrs. Phone 885-S630  eves, - 2915-33  DAVIS BAY���Artmtus' Drive,  1500 sq. ft spacious medallion home. 20 x 36 carport 4  pc. .bath. ,3 bedrooms, Ige.  family room. Cabinet kitchen.  Good* view. "Some mortgage  available. H. Aubin. 885-9575,  * .       .    2862-tfn  WATERFRONT [t ���    Choice  bepch lots. Buy, now. Going  Summer cabin resort on  best bpaeh, 2 acres, prlyiate  road, 4 cabins, water, light  and phone, steady isummer  tenancy: $36,000 full price,  %/srrm.  Granthams: Good re*, view  area. 3 bedroom home^ 17x10  view living room, concr. l>ai^e-  mewt,' landscaping: '$5,000  down on $18,000 full price.  -SfFchelt,      Boulevard      lot,  $11JOOO 'cash.      .  PorpoijK. < Bray, W&t**t.ront lot,  75 feet front: $7,000.  Building lots, Business Op****  port��mlty.  ' Sf?ELT^_?^p*',#AT13Sr  ��2lONT- lots -witii fdcceUent  beach, marvellolus "view" and  safe, .protected, moorage for 'all  l2n?PS.Qf���cpaft.���Ea��lk39t is fedly  serviced w#K access off p^yed  road,-Perfect fo^tioniof'your  r-etpement house- and- just  minutes fropx^sahnon. fishing  : at its best, J5^sonably7 prieed  i from $8,800. Terms available.  I VIEW- -J- Fully -serviced Jot  with south w��$t exposure just  .one block to s^ndy beadi and  excellent fishing." Full price  $2,750. .   ,        '  PENDER HARBOUR ���  Large waterfront property  with modern fishing lodge  consisting of -two self-contained two-bedroom units,  each 'With large-bright, kitchen  and modern plumbing. Common living room with large  rock fireplace-and picture wuv  dows overlooking harbojur.  Ample cleared space on-property for cabins etc. Full price  $40,000.  Semi-waterfront lots all  fully serviced s with access -to  launching and moorage. Full  price $3,080 to $3,500.  "Call ,Frank Lewi$ or Morton.  - - Mackay at 886-9900, eves.  886-7088  FINLAY REALTY LTO.  Gibsons Buwiuitlam  2900-33  PENDER HARBOUR: The  ultunate in gracious living!  . Charming 5 room home, situated on 93' W.F, lot. Spacious  living room and dining room  are separated by a see-  through fireplace, glass enclosed. JBright kitchen planned  for utmost convenience. Basement nicely finisljed with  ground level entrance. Large  sundedf* yvith extension around -  house for ease -in lyihdow care,  etc. Panoramic view. Year  round slielWred moorage,  that in. Tor'-rferailistic price and  terms,. call DO** TAIT 883-  2284; .-"*_ V'_-_  EGMONT. Qn the sunny*.  side, by the seashore, a simE>ie,  single bedroom home, with  scintillating scenery. Offered,  fully furnished, for $15,000.  Call DON TAIT 883r2284.  ROBERTS CftEEK: fjvvel  lot in secluded area with 72'  W-F. 4 room bouse with magnificent view of Straits, Fjruijt  - trtieis,,|Ool,��hj^,,as-i"^asy''fc^c*  mcicess.  All for  only $15,000.  JSome terms.' ' i'  ���Cpn^o-rtabie Y3 J?eds:oom  home on 2 acres. Good frontage on paved road. The best  Of the '"dodA" buys  pi   only  m,$m    ��������� 7  Over 300* Hwy front. 2Vt  acres wilh creek. A sical ot  $4,500.  GIBSONS: View lote, flat  lots, lots of jLots. We have  them in all eizes and placeo,  M��^l bldg. lots from $1800 up,  I-ovely 4 room house on  W.F, faectric heat. W.W.  througliout; \ Level Jot only  $16,200,  Complete privacy }n this  ihnce' room home, basement,  A-oil heat, fully furnisti-cd.  Gucut culiin with T fie. W.R.  Fruit irtfm and &ood garden,  (soil. &%i%.\U:>nt view, 50' WFT.  Only $16,900 full price.  �� McMyrwi  Do Wn^rtmon  yinco Prewer  886^500  886-2393  886*^359  K BUTLER REALTY  A INSURANCE  ' Gibsons, R.C.  Phone 886-2<XJ0  Mf.MBER  MULTIPLE LlSTHfG  SERVICE  Box 238, Gibson**, B.C,  ��310-13  K, Butler  Ron McSavaney  F.d Butkr  Don Tait  886-2000  ��� BW 9656  B&8-2O0O  mz-nu  2m%n  pay reni; when you can buy   fast,Stop, in at our pfficeat  on these, terms?    ,    * "'" "'"  " *"  386-2481   -      "  THREE BEDROOMS, and  room for more in ibis family  style house jn Gibsons Village.  Bay area.' 'hiving room, with  FP, dining aaea and hallways  feature hardwood floors. Full  basement could allow for suite  as some, plumbing in noyv tor  basement bathroom. Try $5,000  cash on '$16^800 FP, balance  $125 moidM a?^ -tor tfeis -attractive-house, -      - ~  ' --  886-2481  GOWER POINT ROAD, lying abgy^ Beach Road,/with  superb view pver the Gulf, we  offer 'a whole'acre,, cleared,  fenced, and ,w^l on, for only  $7,700 ca?h. Road allo'wanpe at  back and ��n�� p'fdef ideal for  subdividing into two view  lots. Let 'us show you this  place.  886-2481  DAVIS BAY, view homer on  large lot <120.x -420), features  living room with FP, dining  room, two bedrooms, compact  kitchen. Large sundeck above  living room pWvides magnificent view. Garage, workshop  and small cottage on lot Full-  price ' 4*26,500 . with $10,000  cash, balance as low as $100  per month.  886-2481  LOTS ON' SARGENT 4f  ABBS RD-StilLa few lots left  in our subdivision. All view  properties priced from $2,400  to $3,200 on terms.  886-2481  GipSpI^S -VILLAGE,  Seaview ,Road, Only "$7,500 wi*h  '$2,500 down takies this older  sjtyle home in a nicely laid x>ut  lot, ;Large LR. vf'dh FP, one  bedroojn,   potential   for   full  basement. This won't last, act  now,       . ��� ���  886-2481  AP��S ROAD ��� % bdrm immaculate home, overlooking  the souim-, 'dement driveway.  Svnd��ck,' all landscaped, **"/ to  W caipet" throughout, full wall  fireplace ��� w^h heatilator, all  bdrms carpet, 4 pc. vanity  b,ath room, with feature wall  and w to w knotty pine kit-  dien, table top stove, individual oven, dining area, rec  ^m^oomiplete vvith fireplaioe  anjd bar in bsmt ^alonjg with 1  ''rjwfe '"bdrm. '��� For pppoiniment  to view and terms, call  886-248J  VlJeW HOMJE. 1340 square  feet of gjrjacious living with 3  bedrpom^,..jail"ijiy7io w earpet  masl^r beth-oom has en suite  bathrporn with vanity. Living  room 28W x 13, w to w carpet,  Roman iiHe fireplace, with  feature wall, crystal chandeliers. Sliding glass doorway  leads to sun deck 20' it 11'  overlooking a view of the  whoie spund. f^ltchen" if 18%  .%% hos coat closet, floors are  covered In vlnyl-porlop, F'jro-  yincial etyle icupboaTds ^ne  fi^$hie4 in JhoneyispSce ipaple.  ���-��� &ppemm% has P.P/and)>*ougtv-"  ed in plurnhltig for jonofther,  bathroom* &U<hng glass doors  open io the patio. Cemented  car port attached to the bowse.  Exterior, fSIucjoo and siding.  Lot size 131' x in: Price  $31,500 on terrns, For appointment to yiew, call  NORTH ROAD���Five room  house <thriec bcdxwms), siiua-  tcd on 5 acres, wilh 200' Rf,  Full basement, eolid ooncret<.  foundations. Acreage Is cleaned  and fenced, contain* bam and  workshop, good well. Priced  at 423,625, half cash to a fl'/,  agreement for Sale.   886-2481"   ',     LISTINGS WANTED  fleprc-ieinting Zurich  Insurance  QPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate'& Insanance  Richard P. Itemett,  NOTARY PUBLIC  Sunnyerest Shopping Ctfltre  QWSOKS, B.C.    Ph, 008-24.81  iLkiMP^-.    <-     ��� IW3S-33  Halfinoon Bay for pamphlet.  PfcoV885-9683. -     * 2694-tfn  EXCELLENT commercial lot  "-centre Secheit���higbvsray location, level and cleared! All  services available. $ox 1104  Pepinsula Times,. 1104-tfo  HARBOR VIEW    ' -  Fully remodelled -2 bdrm.  home in. Gibsons,1 good view -of  harbor. l?ouble gla-sed' windows, w-w. carpet,* wood panei-  lling, built-in'counter height  range & oven. Washer, dryer *  & drapes included,, * F_P.  $15,500. CaJlTPete Smith, 885-  9463 or office, SSO-TOIS. -  -  ' ASK TOR" OUR  FREE CATALOGUE  SecheJt Agf*n**;ies Ltd.  Box 155, -Secheit, B.C,  '2907-33  ij  MocGregor Pacific" Realty  presents  SAN SOUCI ESTATES  Situated In  SECRET COVE  We can proudly say, these  are' the finest lots on the Sim-  shine Coast.  For information contact: D,  Brynelsen or, L. Campbell.  688-3591 (collect 24 hrs.)  MacGREGOR PACIFJC  REALTY  1400-777 Hornby, Vancouver 1  \ .    2865-tfa  THE SUN SHINES ON  SECHELT VILLAGE  LUSCIOUS ��� 4 bedroom  home. Beam ceiling living  ���room with floor to ceiling  fireplace. Wall-to-wall carpeting. A-oil furnace, double  plumbing, Venetian fence ensures privacy, carport. This  home is a gem at $22,900,  50' Waterfront IM, $7,800,  WILSON CREEK ��� m  acres, creek, 2 bedrooms, basement, A-oil heat. $16,900.  WATERFRONT ��� 181 ft,,  sheltered by island,, finished  home with full >^id|^ ..sun-  deck.   Extra  2  room  cabin,  $33,00,0-    '      7Y Y'Y..  ''' - IbAVIS'' BAY,:' VIEW' ''LOT;-  cleared��� fruit trees ���^ $��500.  i'Mf'DJPiLEPOjttJT ' p-*;' 4'i ,acref  with 423' watertrprd),'.^ost &  beam slimmer home, $45,000,  '; DAVIS ''BAY,��� 105* ���' W-F.  with 2 bedroom bom**--- finest  Beach on coast.  TILLICUM BAY -*.jBose to  marina, 2 lofc? ${1*600 'eatfii  GIBSONS ,i��� This now, weH  GET yolir'hands on a Toyota  - '���-"You'll never Jet go. Japan's* largest .selling car. For  information on this automobile  call, Don Pye at 885r9602. *  ' 7     2728-tto  *ppw���Kpi     ��� iiiiw|Hii��iimii..^P��iini hip Hi"  1966 Vz TO;N truck, near new  condition,- 1   owner, '38,000  highly* ' mite-!, rubber-fair,  292 Big 6 motor, 3 speed,' long  wide box, asking $1600 as is:  885-9542."     ' 2852-33  1967 BARRACUDA fast "back.  Formula   S    Kit ��� Power  steering and brakes. $2450.  885-2090.  "   l      '< 2889-35'  195? 'PODGES good motor, $75.  Car on Peninsula. Ph. 112-  738-1305 after fi p.m.   2904-33  1966 MORRIS llOOl Al  con-  dition, $850. 886-2441 evenings. T 2901-33  1956 AUSTIN.  Good running  condition.   Excellent   shape,  $185. K. Crosby. Shaw Road,  Gibsons. 886-2098. 2887-33  SECHELT VOLKSWAGEN  '6? VW's  From.$1598 F.P.  1 ���** *���*���* y  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  885-2812 8^5-9646  ���See Herbxe, The Lov^jug  100% financing  2282-tfn  TBAVgL  .  FQR-BSL t?3y��- information apd  boo-SngSj Margaret MaeKen-  ' -zif-r (lojcal rpp)^ "ISaton's Where  ' To'Gb Travel,' 88^2960. Gibsons.  -    -      - 9968-tfn  BOATS ond ENGINES  SPQRT5MAN . , .  Fibreglass Canppies  All models. Also Cartppper  Fibreglass Boats. 8-Wrlf. and  12 Feet. F.O.l3.'Paetory priees.  COPPJNG MOTORS LT���>.  Secheit, B.C,   " Ph. 885r2812  Trade your, Car, Boat or ... ?  '2454-tfn  18  ST,  6  inch. Glen-L-Witt  cabin   ^cruiser.    Sleeps    2.  Marine |iead. "Volvo equipped.  885-9602. 2755-32  15', Cadilac  aluminium boat  , 35 b,p, Evinrude, with trailer & tarp. 885--M07.    2359-tfn  JEIOAT Insurance Information.  " Marine Insurance ��� Claims.  Capt W- Y. Higgs, Box 339,  Gibsons, R.C. Tel. 886-9546 or  885-9425. 2533-tfn  19'   CABIN  cruiser   with  75  hp Chrysler outboard. Good  condition, 885-9680.     2842-34  IF  IT'S  suits���It's ��� Morgan.  ��85-9330, Seclielt, B.C.  BUY   your . trash   incinerator  from   Secheit   Kinsmen   at  $3,50 ��ach. Phone ���885-9542.^    " i1 ' - J   '.- v  * ���-���  SMITH     Corona, (    standard  typewriter Vith extra-large *  type, in new condition,, special  at half-price. Phone $85-9654.  V 2540-#n  HOOVER ^ioor polisher,. almost new,  cheap.  886-9327  around 6 p.m. ' 2828r34  ELECTROLUX.   For Service,  Sales' & Supplies caljl 885-  0414, 2826-34  VOLT-Ohm-Amp meter,' with  leads, $15. Assortment *of  resistors, transformers, transistor, picture lube brighten-  ers, tube sockets, clamps .and  plugs, the lot, $11; Tube Tester, $30; 4 Assorted 6-10 inch  speakers, $10; Good Quality  4" German-made speaker, $3;.  New outdoor trumpet speaker, $6. Ph. 885-9654.   2908-tfn  SHALLOW well pump complete,   motor,   tank,  grayel  point check valve.  Ph  -885-  9619,    . 2846-33  MOVING ��� Wringer washer,  like new, sacrifice, $60. Bar  stool & misc. items. 886-2906,  2892-33  SPIRALATOR washing machine,   wringer   type.   Phone  V   ��   -,  !%1  U-F-3_  I-I -  885-2872.  2897-33  -17 FT. F.G. on plywood cabin  cruiser with 35 hp electric  start outboard, good condition.  Offers. Phone 885-9489 or 922-  8937, 2859-34  SACRIFICE sale���10 hp Onan  inboard  motor  with accessories.   Asking $100. Ask  for  Doug at 886-2041.       2832-36a  12 FT wooden boat with prop  ond shaft. Located 2  miles  west of Gibsons, $100. Phone  886-2532, or N Van. YU7-5336.  2917-3.3  ^';PLY*W,9.^ aw/ijttx  ���7''windshield 'wd'jside*a*ingi3,;60  ��� HP';' Johnson, '''$995;   Madeira  JMDarina> Madeira Park, B-C.  '''.,..."'���; 7 T:.," ;': ''��� '.^*35  if-''Q^$��''$$it: t^hrepasr  '...\sedy half cabin, fl'A HP  Biiggs fie '-SJ-rotion motor. Reasonable. F, Hill, 8��$H97i64.  y ?mm  FRIGIDAIRE fridge for sale.  $30 or best offer. Ph. 886-  7054, ' 2884-33  MISCELLANEOUS   "furniture  for sale, Th. 8,85-2308.  -    ' 2885-33  GLAZED Mosaic Kile. 16 so[.ft.  turquoi^. 12 taj. ft lavender.   Ladies'   Raleigh   sports  bicycle. Pb. 885-2395.   2886-35  TO HIGHEST "bidder^ 2 floats,  Granthams Landing, befope  July 23rd. Phone 886-^669.  granthams LWding Property  Owneis Assoc. 2914-33  STUDIO bed, sleeps two, with  storage drawer. Phone -885-  2894, mornings only,    2913-33  PROPANE Mg. for sale- Good  condition,   $?5,   Bor*   2873,  Peninsula Times, jSedielt,.  2873-35  BYCRUS   Eire  backhoe   arm  with Vt yard bucket. Write  B. Buvyer, Madeira Park, B.C.  .' "     287-1-33  MARINE ACCESSORIES  ~ Paant-rFj^regIajss^-Rppe-7 ^  ,   CanvpsH-Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivetrs ayailable for  salvage work.  WALT NVGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C. '  1306-tfn  60 M.P,H."16' FX5. sld-boat &  ������tjrspjjjer, %-b bprrels. Hetaders.  Lot?1 of  'chrome.   Must  sell.            $2500 or beat fcash offer. Write  planned W"e?t*vi<>od hopio otters ' 4589   M^*h**gan  Ave.,   Powell  lots of Jivingspape. Large Jiv-   Riycr, B.C(." 2123-35  ing room, 3 bpdroo:n?**, % fire-   - ���-���'��� ���       -     -         -1  places, fnll b^mnent,')<^r port.  On.'O acres.'P90O,-.  Used Frigidaire Refrig, ..   $45  Used Roger's Majestic 23"  T.V. .    .     $95  Used Apt. Elec. & hnd  washer $15  Used wood or coal water  .   heater.  .,���������;���'���.;....���.,..',  $20  ,7-f.f'SAVE $"$ .  Pr. box spring & mattress,  neiy peg. $99.95, Now $70.03  Pr. box spring & ^it^ress. ���������,-'  new $109,05, Now ,.. $159.03  pr. box spring & mattress,  new $210.95, Now .1 $169.03  GJI3SONS HARDWME  W66) LTP.  Phorie 886-244?  2890-33  LEGALS "       "      ~~"     '  '. Multiple J^sfini: ;)Be?*yice  "  'H,-''^eg^'':BS��*-939.2-''' -  Don. tfo4dW mp-9^4  H. B. *GOI?0ON  & KENNETT-JLT1V  Phone 8^-2013  Sechelf B,C ,  2891-tf n  CARS cndT^CfCI ,  WH..L trade 1066 f��I|y ecjuip-  ped, excellent car for older  car or later fnodel ^.at. wag. or  v^n. Q.11 88g-7<H2.       2825-?4  1067  VOLKSWAGEN   custom  for pale. $1200 cash. Ph. 885-  0970. 2847-31  pEALlRSHIP  ANNOUNCEMENT  Hondo '69 from $299.00  ... All. new Honda .Mini-Trail  Bike*.  00 Trailster%;450 Honda R.oad  feitofii.  Avaibk W>W 01'.  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  Sedidt, B.C.        Ph: 885?28ll2  Vancouver pric��i - no freight  Financing avaiisble  25K<rifn  16"' ff. ''''W^ty'windMeld,  'ple^ciglass side w.ngs.. Full  Maugahide cover, 3 i*pholK-  tejned seats, ;20 HP Merp Jow  'hours, long matt,,with forward..  controls, "fee l$ee jrailer. Boat  manyfactyjried by B fa B  Boatyyorhs. Price $750. Phone  883r230|, 2864-33  ONLY $300 ��� Jfl ft" cabin  cruiser, fibregtes.'sed to deck,  jma*ter steering, MaSnleBs steel  shaft, sleeps 2, needs new engine Can Ixs ��sen oA Stone's  Marina, Secret Cove. Phone  221-5204 Vancouver).  2863-35  STARCRAFT  Aluminum Boats  AW    model*.   'pemowAration  available In  18'  6"  Holiday  ��� *y*V im h.p."outboard." VJQ��.  factory prlcm start at $235.  Direct factory ��� dealer  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  secheit," pjp,���" "'-m. mi-mz  TraM your Cat, J|o.atp��. .".".?  2455-4fn  iinjii-.n.ii Wi immiiiiipwinpiiii uam"Hm���nm*\i*mtlimi mi ii..iiililiiiiiiiwnn'ii'imii��H.i  vmiMi""^   G UITAR, e3ectr]c ix'mi-aeous-  tic, German-made, brand-  new, blues styling, with ease  and strap, w^rth over $170,  will Keil for only $100 ccush.  mi~m^��^ ���        2#S6-4|n  ll*.TWtwi#.B^J**MW  Form iNo, 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to J->a.se Land  In Land Recording District  of Coa$4 Land DiKtri-et,' Rango  1 and .situate at tiw mouth of  Quatpim River, Ramsey Arm.  Take notice thai Merril  Jones & F, W, Culbard of  Stuart I-iUmd, B.C., occupation Logger intends to apply  lor a lease of the following  described landa:���  Commencing    ot    n    post  planted at the 'BouUi West  corner of Indian Reserve No.  5 at the mouth of Quatam  River; thence 300 feet South  nlong H.W.M.; theoce 100 fee*  West j, .thence.. 300 ..feet North;  thence. 100 feet East lo point  pf committment 'and con'*  telning 0M ncren, nrwwe or  '$&��, (or the purpose of con-  rtnicting a dock-  Dated 2nd June, 1909.  p.W/Culbard  c/o .Roy li Wofgcnaar,  1525 Rob)son StrcH,  ynprouver 5, BC  ������ S^lO-jHub, -July X ?, }% -29  4  Y^>pm^yyy^^n'^tfrfiy;,^,t[^:i n^ "t����y��>f*(m.**..  4*tn&#.i#'rvitf* <*��<* **"������*''-  * *' <  ���    ^  j.*      *.,l��f    ������      +��      **   T**  r - �� * *ri7���* ^*"*��r *  ** *��i'��*A��* 1".  ����ft+i,!st�� f, ^ *.^��^^^WwWrf^^��N>^rtr^^  m ���&j^^rtj<M/tvW'*tli^'v*^#'a^  N,*4l^rf*Ml��'"��*."^PtJ**W!W^SWi^ *.tPj)W ��*F.ys^^ ���lj*>s ^nMt^P. ~^* H* , jPit,*.*^a(ii��^ A,.  . ,,,* ^m���rt,j��.   if^,,*'   ^ ^rt f* �� uv��� ���~lf    t ^ %    t^s'*^ ?*��"��v*if^ y.-y^ .'ty- y ^ ;I   ���,_y.iV , ._, Wi ^ ,   _ ^ ,v, ^ 7    ^ .     ,^t.  r,-),  F*-", F  }->  -,l   .  , ,"l ''".  ��� . '%���  tEGALSHContinuexJy  't  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  North side of Nelson Island,  B.C, At post marked beginning 100' S.W, corner adjacent  to D, Wellwood claim in PL 2  of 3629���TL37524.  Take notice that Paul Turner of Burnaby, B.C, occupation student, intends to apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted in unnamed bay in  lot 3629, North side Nelson  Island; thence 100'- North;  thence 660' East; thence 100'  South; tfrenee 680* West ?nd  containing, VA acres, more or  less, for the purpose of summer cottage.  Paui Turner  Dated May 25, 1969.  2756-pub, June 25, July 2, 9,  16, 1969     .     1      ..  OFFER FOR CAR  OFFERS: plainly -marked  on the envelope, "Offer on  ,P-T, No, 78" will be received  by the undersigned up to 5  p.m. July 31, 1969, for the following car, located "as is and  where is" at the R.C.M.P, Detachment," Secheit, British Columbia,  1957 Monarch 2 door hardtop, B.C. Licence No. 185-246  ('68).  To view or for further information, contact the office of  the Officer - In - Charge,  R.C.M.P,, Secheit, British Columbia,  Licence and registration is  not included.  Offers must be accompanied  by a certified cheque or money order-made payable to the  Minister of Finance for 10%  of the bid.-  The, highest or any  offer  will not necessarily be accepted, but the bearer of s. suc-  . cessful bid will be -required to  pay the S.S."Tax7  R."G. McKee, Chairman   *  Purchasing - Commission,  -  Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, ^ British Columbia  ' 2883-pub. July 16, 1969  TENDED-    '; ���-;."  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS    ,  Tenders for Fireball  Buillding Renovatipn  Tenders marked "Fireball"  will be -received by the undersigned up to 4 p.m. Mandoy,  August 4, 1069, for alterations  to the Village Fireball on  Gower Point Road, Gibsons,  Information on what is required may be -obtained  through the Municipal Office,  Gibsons, B.C. telephone 880-  2543.  The lowest or any tender  will not necessarily be accep-  July 10, 1969 '7  D. Johnston  Municipal Clerk  2875-pub. July 16, 1069  *���%  ^  "   i  1    !  J  1  1  *  I  1 . .   .  '   11 V  \  1  "j.  "*  1  Secheit News Note?  �����      K,  s  w  ���v  *U  3!  1  .  1   >  .*���   )  .v.-  i  A  ���j*  -\-  *  i I  y  \  GUESTS of Mr, and Mrs. John A. Grant  at- Wilson Creek were Mr. and, Mrs.  J. H, Dixon of Prince ..George, Mr,, and  Mrs. E, Sturgon of -Richmond and Mr,, and  Mrs. Don Gerguson pf Vancouver.  The Leo Nestmans have bad Cecile and  John Farmer with Marcus visiting from  Courtenay.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whaites are enjoying a visit by their daughter-in-law, Mrs.  Barry Whaites. Mrs. Whaites Jr, ��� has  come from Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend summer school in Vancouver.  Mrs. Low has been renewing old friendships while visiting Mrs, Leo Johnson.  Mrs. Low was a former resident of Gibsons,  Friends of Mrs, McMillan who taught  Station CFTJ, Gait, Ontario, and Mr.  Miniaito is on the Executive Staff of'Shell  Oil Ltd., -Toronto, Mr. Evans and, Mils,  Miniato are nephew and niece of * Mr,  Mayne and are children of the' late Mrs,  Mary Evans, an old iime resident of  Secheit, ; .  The Maynes travelled to Toronto by  train and returned by Air Canada Jet,  They visited Ottawa, Niagara Falls, Quebec,' New- York and,-other interesting'  places including The Midlands in Ontario  to see. the Shrine of the Jesuit martyrs  and Village of the Huron Indians. The  Ontario Government at present is working  on the site of the Indian Village and when  finished it will look exactly like the Huron  Village did in 1649, when the Jesuit Mis-  at Pender Harbour, Secheit and Gibsons ,. sionaries arrived from France,  :i  i/  -fc *  �� W   K-.lv    �� it-*.  *���)��     .���.��������#���    tW��  .   1  ' in ii ipiiii hhibii  -- *.*  J  will be sorry to hear she is a patient in  St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver,  Mr. and Mrs, John Arendt are visiting  Mr. and Mrs. L. B, Johnson with their  little son, Kevin.  Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mayhe are back  home after a month's holiday in Eastern  Canada, guests of Mr, and Mrs, J, V,  Evans, Gait, Ontario, and Mr. and Mrs.  Oswald K, Miniato of Oakville, Ontario,  Mr. Evans" owns and controls Radio  A most enjoyable two days was spent  at ihe Horse Racing at Woodbine Course,  Toronto and Garden City course.  They enjoyed every minute of the  holiday but they said it was nice -to get  back to Secheit their home for the past  41 yeans.  The trick is to get the gleam right on  the beam.  Cliches click like a pair of worn heels.  F  _p ^  -   ���.*���'  **������** In _|iy��*l����  ,' y - Expropriates!      -'* *    Y _/,'--'*  * Regional Board Se<?retary:Treasurer   -tern fcyfhe Regional Board, :Expro-  Charles Gooding takes long awaited   ^priatlon appears to have been forced  action and is; seen putting up" notice   upon the Board hy failure to nego-  . on waterworks jstprage tanks pro-   tiate with the Secheit' Waterworks  claiming official take oyer of the sys-    Company on the company's terms.  Siridef-Paiten vows solemnized at Secheit  'MARRIAGE vows were-exchanged in-St,  Hilda's Anglican Church, Secheit, on  June 21 .wheh-Deanie Pamela Patten be-  * came-"the bride -of  Mr, 'James .'"Richard'.,  Snider, Tbe bi^de is the youngest1 daugh-'-  ' &ex^s��;M?,^and Mrs. Leonard Patten of  - Secheit and.'>the groom is the only; son of ���  - Mr. and. Mrs. Gordon Snider of 4-Poweli  "-River; B;C; - "      -; y     -  ~" r    Bey, "Baity Jenks  officiated "at ��� the  - wedding which took place- at 1:30 p.m.'  ,   * - Given-'in marriage' by her father, the  bride wore a floor length .gown of '.moire  ._ silk-.featuring Empire waist,-and' long  sleeves.   She wore an heirloom brooch  which belonged to her-great-grandmother;  "her bandeau veil.'was held in place with -  ^. yellow ��� marguerites "and  she - i6arrjted *, a  * s&iower boi-iquet of yellow marguerites.  . .   Attending the bride were*Miss Robin  * Postlethwaite and Miss Lorna* Snider.  Best man w&s Mr. Richard Philips and  ushers-were Mr. James O'Byrne; Mr, Donald AjideiTson-and Mr. John Fewster.  Reception- was held in Roberts Creek  Hall .where.the bride's table was decorated with a beautiful centerpiece of chrysanthemums and red roses, surrounded by  ���four white candles. The three-tiered  bridal cake was, topped with wedding  'bells,"', "      '        '*    ,- "  ���Mr. Harvey Hubbs proposed the toast  to the bride.  Servers were Mrs, Clara Woods and  Miss Dianne Patten, sister of the bride. '  *A trip to California was planned -for  .the', honeymoon.  Out of town guests included Mr. and  Mrs. Harvey Evans and daughters, Mr.  jand Mrs. Jack Evans, Mrs. A. Evans, Mr.  and Mrs. Fewster and daughter, ~all of  Vancouver; Richard Barber of Peachland,  and many friends from Powell River, B.C,  -    There's a wide Open Sesame for every  closed door,  I'm really unlucky, t just found a sum- 1-  mo-nsi in a fortune cookie,���Jade W&idron.  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S - SECHELT     -  9:30 om,���Every, Sunday  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE - REDROOFFS  11 o.m. July 13, 27, August 10/ 24  -      SAINT MARY'S - GARDEN BAY  11:30 a.m. July 6, August 3  7; 30 p.m.'July 20, August 17  ���   Phone 885-9673 or 885-9440  BtJHZL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAILy SECHELT, B.C.  Sundoy Sthool -y 1tp.00 a.m.  Cburch Servico ���11:15 a,m.  PHONE 885-9665  All Welcome  SUNSHINE COASt  GOSPEL CHUkCH  (Undenominational)  Sundoy Sd.001 J0;00 tcm.  Church Service 11.15 p.m.  Evening Servico 7;30 pjm.  PASTOR REV, S. CASSCLLS  Davis Bay (load ond Arfcutui  (2 block* up from Mijjhwoy)  \. ��� *-; :~"-' "  . .*._jf.^.K'.����������*."'   -.-'" I  Half of oil home owner* In Canada havo  no moitgojjOT on their homes.  ' , ������ ,,;"   it      tc '   '*&  Pre&ldent William Howard Toft, who  had trouble,keeping his weight down to  300 poundv ordered a tub for ��ha WhHo  House largo enough to hold four ovcrao**"  slzed men. Bob Kent is considering  doing the tomel 1  '''���&���"'���$(      tr ""'  Tomorrow's stoves promise never to let  anything turn or tho pot run over.  AAA  Robert fad Boms, an authority on  burglary protection, plans to design  homo security devices���-upon his release  from pdton. During Ms career as o  burglar, he robbed 3000 homes.  A      A      A  Each year, 3 million people in Canada  play ''muslcol chairs" by moving  from  one homo to ono..��er.  AAA  Are you playing that |jan��o this year?  We can help you "como.wp a winner*"!  ����������� Tjhls free reminder of coming evenhfls a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Peninsula Times direct fof frto llstlnos, speclfy/oo "Dote  Pad", piwse note ihot ppacd'.'Is limited ond tsomo odvonco dotes may  have tp yra\i'their turn; oleo:ihat th!?* is a "reminder" listing only ond  cannpt olwoys carry full idetol Is.  y. WM)K>nrW '  I ��  '      "Y   ���  \fn    �� ���.    A  f    ,   ......-��-___   fivfr^.     v  '*��% ,r'1  jHS *     .    'I  i * * ��� - ,       *���*�� *���. *.  rii  .    i-.ii ������������-, " in in.mwifm,��  " ���.  wmm smith  #fl5-1r*4*��3  AT  SECHELT M^CIES LTD.  ���|llllll-l-llMII-l-imiMimiMy_lB_lMMfllMMWMMiaHMM--iiaMiuuuLiini,f|m  July 16-t-IO a.m. St. Hilda's Cburch Hail, TOPS meeting.  July  18���-8 p.m. Clbons Rod and Gun Clubhouse. Society for Pol.  lutjbn1 and Environmentol Control meeting. ,.  July 20���10:30 a.m. ���sharp. Scchclt - Ous Depot.  Bus leaves for  Sr.  Glirens Picnic ot Redrooffs, -  July 26���Secheit Village main street. Girl Guide LA book wle,  July 27~StKhdt Gofdon Club garden ��0ur; 2 p.m. Mrs. Yates; 2:45  p.m. Ma. Williams;'3:30 p.m. Mrs. S. Cotiioy gardeni���Davis Bay.  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  iQsmj  Multiply Listing $errlc#  Vancouver Reid f stata  Board  HEAL ISTAT1  INSUfUNCES  Scchclt 885-2161  24 H0UES  Gllttont ��84-7015  PLUMBING CONTRACTING  SEPTIC TANKS - REPAIR WORK  GEORGE FAWKES  Tel: 885-2100  R.R. 1, Secheit, B,C,   GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons-Village  Experts at cuts, coiffs ond colour >���  Custom Perms ��� Phone S36-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furniture Recovery-a Specialty  Fine line of fabrics.  Samples brought to home.  HAL AND MAY AUBIN  Tel, 885-9575 - Dovis Boy  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  ^OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists  ft, BirJdn, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek   Phone 886-2551   Telephone 886-2069 .  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES v  Pottery, Supplies; dosses & firing'  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.   LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Pocking Materials For Sale  ' Member of Allied Won Lines,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boot rentals.  i Launching ramp.  Mercury' Qutboara' sales ond service.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248> Madeira Porit, P-.C*.  ANN'S COIFFURES  In the Bol Block  Next! to'Hie Co-op Store  G-bpont 886-2322  ' BOB LEE.  GRAVEL & EXCAVATING  Madeira Park B.C.  Tel: 883-2412 or 883-2265  EXCAVATIONS  Foundations - tripes removed  Clearing ond Road Building -  Grovel^ Navvy ���& Fill  A* SIMP-KINS���885-2132   BRICKLAYING  WJADY-MiX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Scgyiew - Phono 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Box 14, Secheit, B.C. >��� Ph. 885-2355  COAST SEWER SERVICES LTD.  Backhoe and Truck Rentals  Fill for sale   Phora�� 883-2274  iojc ��90 Medelro Park, B.C  BILL McPHEDRAN  aECTRfCAL CfONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  ^_^      Phono 886-7477   McCullough Chain Sows  Sales, Service, Repairs  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  Sunshine Coast Highway  886-9662  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  ERVICE LTD-      A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWING���886-2811  Latest Equipment for  FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek. B.C. - 885-9466  FRANK E. DECKER. OPTOMETRIST  Bol Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15C STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  , School 5yppl.es  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 * Hopkins Landing  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD,  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No dewn payment - Bonk interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Coll 886-2728  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Secheit  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Richter Block  Secheit, B.C,  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ~ STYLING ������ SHAPING  9 o.m, to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies '���885-9740  At tho Sign of the Chevron  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD,  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marino Ways   ,  Automotive and Marino Repairs  Standard Marino Station  Phono B86-7721       Rc��. 006.9956, 086-9326  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Parts & Marine'Servico  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K & C Thermoglass   '...,..������,,...,.  Ford Marine Engines ^  & Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phono 883-2266  MACK'S NURSERY  Sunshine Coast Highway, t  Roberts Creek, B.C.  TREES - SHRUBS r PLANTS  LANDSCAPING  Phone 886-2684  TA*EtLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Secheit, B.C,  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Jccheft to Pender ftar&ottf  Phono 883-2426  \ ft.fi. 1 Moltiro Port, B,C.  L CLAYTON  WELDING a MARINE  Arc ond Acetylene Welding  MochlnoShop - Steel Fcbfioot.ng  Complete linn of nuts and bolt.  MARINE WAYS  Atk for Larry  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a,m. to 5;39 p,m..  Res. 886-9949  C & S SALES  . SECHELT, 8.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  ReuphoJstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & JLou Tow. no  L. HIGGS   Phone 885-9425   TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  GWe Us A Gall,  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone.-885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD,  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT   Phone 885-2062   ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C* Land Surveyors  Whitaker Block - Davis Bay  R.R. 1 Secheit, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefjtting  Steamfitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE E5TIMATE5  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS; In Stock and Made to Measure  Headquarters for G.y//5. Y/otk Clolhes  Stanfield - Arrow - McGregor (  Currto- Pioneer Clothes  JEWELRY - TIMEX WATCHES  WATCH REPAIRS  |585 Marino Dr,, Gibsons - B86-2116  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD,  \ WAREHOUSES  Secheit 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anywhero In Canada.  Gcncrol Freight. Low-bed ond heavy fronting.  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICES LTD.  EsSo Marine Gibsons  EVINRUDE SALES 8�� SERVICE  Repair and overhaul to all mokes  Teh 886-7411 or 886-2891  PENINSULA DRIVING SCHOOL  DUAL CONTROLLED CARS  REASONABLE RATES  SPECIAL STUDENT RATE  Serving Port Me!l��n to HeH-aoon Coy  Phono 886-2401 .  Phan�� 883-253$  Madeira Park# B.C.  ECHELT  GARDEN  'HOP  A COMPLETE SELECTION  for oil,.your garden.and..patio rw.��d&.  SECHELT GARDEN SHOP..  Cowrie Street - 885-971B  CHUCK'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  By Hour or Contract  Phwt�� 885-2375 after 5 g>.ra.  Box 593, 5cch��ft# 0,C*  w  '  ..' ,; ���  .. x .*     * l       ,'   .  v       ,      v       -      Vi1 I  The Jewjmtoyi*tiG9^r, .^.fagp^rS^'S ,*,/P'  Wednesday> Juiy 16; 1969  _      ,' ; '-}*.*  Sechelf Garden Club  lakes 1st summer lour  THIETY members ot ihe Secheit Garden  Club toured the grounds at the home  of Mr, and Mrs, Frank Bead, West Secheit  on Sunday, July 6, This was the special  "'Fuchsia House" containing approximately twenty-five varieties of fuchsias. Begonias also made 3" beautiful showing, as  did many more flowers too numerous to  mention,  Refreshments were seryed around the  fish-pond which overlooks part of the  garden and beside, which grows n large  Gunnera Manicata, native to South America, which proved to be the conversation piece during tea. A most enjoyable  afternoon was spsni by all.  1-Text garden tour will be on Sunday,  July 27 when a roving tour of three gardens will be held. At 2 p.m. Mrs, L- Yates; 2-45 p.m. Mrs, Williams and 3:30 p,m.  Mrs, S. Conroy all of Davis Bay, *  I  ^j*^, rV. -��t>T����"t^^f^ft _, j,,*^ ^ -#f ^.frfe ^^j^^^,,^^,,^^^^^^J^^ *;*>***-��* p*-'"** '^^-*'+��***'*5'^t ���** * ** ���:���p*��*���-P*�����*-<*,  th**.,sft,<*��i.-t*p'��*����**��� *?*��* f*���"** t*i^*-H��V*WH��M(fc|4i��  n,m-i#>��*&#'x^^  H^&w**t<#��itl^^ /  rA* - '  ^r^y^^^i^^^f^)'.^^ ^^r^V-^sjT^t  \Y  -,-.v���,   _.t^ A- w  ���^  *    *      VJ-'     ,   i  .^*, .,   v FV��-  I    '  ^ii^F-jU^^tt^.-^*^ ^.i*ic ���  .  I  ��W$fer***^��***l��S^^  v   -*- -       y v p- *   ri, "��. C  > *���  -.*���'-. ?Y;t ���"������ .. ..'    -' y */ y - "- v -' /? iy  "I may be wong, but J shtdl^not be so wrong as to fail to say what t believe to be right."  - - -. -,.      - ���John Atkins  UougiasO. Whselsh.' Editor ��� Stewart 15. Aisgabd, Publisher  i.iiiiiiiMi'iLiiiii-iniwiiminw��iniiiil~"Vliii n��iiiiii��iiiiiiirnni-iiii��T-riiiirnniTTimnninimin niT-|iiin^ii��nii ��-iTifri_n n iiiiiiiiiii-li'Tnii-nnTi -rm~ill' -niniininnniiimi irwiiiBinw-Tn'rnTrrTir���ir-rr-rn-r-Bnrii���^���i���n���,���^������  I  FOR A COUNTRY so sparsely popu- out the political maneuvers of Messrs.  lated we appear to be running into Berger and McGeer.  an incredibly large problem of pollution One interesting sidelight emanating  which presently  has  become  such  a from the continued search for cleaner air,  touchy subject that those who smoke, run fresher water and virgin soil, is the fact  into dire peril should they attempt to that in some cases interesting discoveries  light-up in the wrong company.  Everywhere we hear cries of pollution, on land, in the sea and in the air,  and in most-^ases, they are not without  some foundation. It therefore takes little  imagination to visualize the plight we  would be in should out population increase to the extent of so many European countries which, strangely enough,  have little or no pollution problems.  . Somewhere along the line, our governments, both provincially and federally  have been extremely lax, to the advantage of big business and the detriment of  the public as a whole. How lax and to  what degree of detriment we have yet to  discover.  Strangely enough, our two aspirants  to the Premiership of B.C. have climbed  aboard the bandwagon and haye entered  into keen competition for fame as saviours of the pollution era. Each one  ardently declares this is one menace his  party will clear up. Yet, we have Socialist Governments in some provinces, also  Liberals. We also have a Liberal Federal Government which, as yet, appears  to be half-heartedly investigating the situation. Soniehbw the" two would-be leaders have the answer that other governments have failed to find. Which.is all  very reassuring but, not surprising when  it is considered they seem to have answers for just about every problem they  have so far been able to come up with.  * We somehow feel that while pollution is proving an increasingly serious  hazard, it will soon be eliminated with-  Poge A-4 The* Peninsula Times  .. 7   Wednesday, Jwly. 16, 1969  Pollution discussion  al Gibson Rod & Gun  GIBSONS Bod and Gun Club will hos�� a  visit on July 18 from four members of  4he Vancouver based group* Society for  Pollution and Environmental Control,  SPEC.  This group has been very active since  its inception in February of this year in  ' focusing attention upon local ���.pnobiems  and has recently been successful in per-  ' suading Gulf Oil to install filters which  will eliminate sip-seyenths pf the fourteen  tons of sulphur which are daily poured in-  have been made and in others, potential    to the atmosphere from their Port Moody  new industries have evolved.  Disposal of. old tires without the towering, columns of black smoke through  burning has been under extensive study  and one disposal method currently under  trial is that of an artificial reef for fish  and river bank erosion control. Other  researchers have found that tires melted  in'ultra-hot furnaces yield several usable  by-products, including natural gas.  Yet  another scientist ^has found that two organisms, a bacterium and a yeast-like  fungus will live off old rubber and attack  it until it is eventually decomposed.  One of our greatest problems, that  of household refuse, has been taken care  of by the Japanese who by virtue of their  ingenuity have established the making  of a worth while industry.  By compacting household refuse and  garbage into squares and then immersing  the squares in liquid cement, large blocks  of great strength are produced which may  be used as foundations for large buildings, apartment blocks, etc.  Economic feasibility of such an operation on the North American wage scale  is something to be determined. Should it  prove an economic undertaking, then a  major problem will haVe been overcome  and the side benefits would be enormous.  Just about every problem has a solution and providing pollution is taken sufficiently seriously, then we have no doubt  its elimination is but a question of short  time.  ���STRONG indications are that future  good class residential growth of Secheit will follow along the lines forecast  some years ago by a provincial planner,  that is, West Porpoise Bay and extending  over to West Secheit.  Expansion of village boundaries  three years ago, taking in a substantial  area of West Porpoise Bay, paved the  way for such development and acquisition of the water system by the Regional  Board makes possible service to housing  projects.  This is the very thing the village rc-  quires for'progressive growth and providing some element of control is exer- '  cised there is no reason why we should  not have a residential area second to  none. Some of the land at West Porpoise  Bay, when cleared, will offer views of  both the Straits and the Secheit Inlet, as  a result it will ultimately prove of tremendous value. It is therefore imperative that council bear this in mind and  set its sights upon retention of that area  for, good, well planned, residential subdivisions.    .'���  Nothing would prove more disastrous  than closing an eye to establishment of  an ill assorted conglomeration of cheap  summer shacks. This, as we all know  has happened in unorganized areas and  certainly does nothing to enhance communities, unless they happen to be in an  area gazetted for such use and planned  ��� *wmmmmmm**mmM  The PeninsulaT^^  . \ *  Published Wednesdays at Scchclt  oil JB.C'-i Sunshine Coast  ���- ���  ���   by.   7,  Secheit Peninsula Times Ltd. ,  Bo* 310 - Secheit, B,C. \  Douglas G, Wheeler, Editor    ,  S.B. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates: (in advance)  1 Year, $5 - 2 Years, $9 ��� 3 Yeans, $13  ,    .  .      U.S. and Foreign, $5.50  Serving the area from Part Mellon to Egmont  (Ifowe Sound to Jervtt Inlet)  0MmWmmm^mmmmWmtm^mm^>mPim^m9l0mMmmm^  accordingly.  The very same thing applies to establishment of trailer, or mobile home, sites.  There is nothing wrong with the modern  mobile home as a residence but as pointed out previously, they do not fit in with  residential homes. At the same time,^  providing suitable locations are available  and planned efficiently, then they most  certainly provide a need.  Fortunately, Bylaws are in existence  which, if enforced, will to large extent  ensure good, sound development. It is  possible a little revamping is necessary  here and there but It is to be trusted  utmost consideration be given all aspects  btefore any drastic innovations are incorporated.  Another point to consider is the fact  that two lots of Crown property totalling  about three hundred acres are presently  held for the village for recreational purposes. The time approaches when other  eyes will be cast upon this future real  estate goldmine and this is where a firm  line is important. As the village gro\ys,  as it will and in a comparatively short  time, that three hundred acres, every  square yard of it, will be a fantastically  valuable asset. To permit even a minute  portion of it to go into private hands  would be a disgrace. It is very likely that  within ten years Scchclt will have grown  to town status. At that time it will re-,  quire ball fields, parks and parking areas.  Even today we are sadly lacking in all  these facilities, it therefore takes little  imagination to appreciate the fact that to  have such a property available is indeed  a rare situation in this day of spiralling  values.  There remains little doubt that council will encounter numerous propositions  regarding zoning and the Crown property, some will sound most convincing  and attractive, most will be for one simple reason, financial gain either directly  or indirectly. Wc simply suggest that  when the propositions begin ��� common  sense prevails.  ���Operation.  Potiution of course means different  things to different people, it has been  defined as "the wrong thing -in the wrong  place at the wrong time*' This may include many things, such as_ telephone  poles, apartment buildings, dirty streets,  old automobiles, advertisements, trees, no  trees, dirty *a.r or dirty water, etc.  The visiting members of - SPEC will  include Mr. and Mrs. Derrick Mallaid,  Mr. Mallard is Vice-President of SPEC  and a professor in the Psychology department at Simon Fraser University working  on instrumentation projects in connection  with the interrelation of psychology and  physiology. His pariicu"-ar interest is in  the effects of noise pollution. Dr, Margaret Benston, assistant Professor of  Chemistry at SFU, who is working "with  students studying the chemistry pf pollution, and Dr. Robin Harger, a New Zealand ecologist from the faculty of Zoology  at UBC,  Purpose of this visit is for them io  meet with the many people in -this area  who are concerned with the variouV aspects of pollution and the problems of  community* planning -which ajie inter-related. The 'discussion to which all interested are welcomed will be heM at ihe  Bod and Gun Club opposite Seaview  Cemetery at 8 p.m. on Friday, July 18,  Coffee will be served.  Jehovah's Witnesses  for annual convention  ANNUAL convention time has arrived for  the Secheit congregation of Jehovah's  Witnesses. "Our eighty-two delegates will  be united with over 40,000- other Witnesses  at Empire Stadium, July 13-20/' coma-ient*  ed John Risbey, presiding minister.  Convention officials commented, "A  hey feature of all our assemblies might be  called 'grass roots participation.* We keep  in close touch with local congregations,  obtaining all of our volunteer heflp���some  9,000 persons���by using the services of  delegates volunteering from each area.  We stress family delegations. It's not just  dad who comes; he appreciates that the  whole family wants to have a part. And  we invite each and every one in the congregation. All sessions are designed to  provide beneficial spiritual instruction for  each delegate."  The Vancouver -assembly is one of  twenty-five scheduled throughout the principal cities in the world during 1969. Bible  talks, demonstrations and full costume  Bible dramas will be featured throughout  ithe eight-day program. The assembly will  be climaxed with the public talk, "The  Approaching Peace of a Thousand Years,"  delivered by F. W. Franz, Vice-president  of the Watch Tower Society,  The Gullibility Gap  Gibsons-Sechelt service. ���.  Cable-��ision early start  as last hurdle;is cleared  V Canadian bush pilot Bob Gauchie survived longer than any other man���58 days  ���stranded in the northern winter on Sam-  andre Lake in the Northwest Territories.  Temperatures went as low as 60 below  zero and Gauchie, who lost five toes with  frostbite, was almost without food when  rescued-  CANADIAN Radio-Television Commission  has announced it has granted licences  to Northwest 0>-nmrtunicatlons Ltd- to operate Cable TV systems at Gibsons and  Secheit  Officials of Coast Cable Vision, a subsidiary of Northwest Communications Ltd,  have expressed satisfaction and gratitude  at the news that the last major hurdle  prior 4o an actual start on both Cable TV  systems has now been eleared and work  should soon be under way.  Coast Cable Vision has stated that both  the Chief Forester and the Department of  Lands have been most co-operative during  a very involved and drawn-out period of  searching, testing and negotiating for antenna sites and Rights-of-Way.  While some minor legalities remain to  be ironed out, a spokesman for the Cable  Vision company expects these matters to  be speedily resolved.  The Secheit receiving station will be  located several miles north of The Village  of Secheit in dense forest, at an elevation'  of close to 1500 feet. Access js by way of  a rough, bounder-strewn trail, some of  which has been obUously washed out and  ��� heavily eroded during recent, years.  Special arrays of high-gain antennas  are to be installed at varying heights depending upon channel frequency and signal ayailabiJity,  Initially it is planned to supply channels 2, 4, 5, p; 7, 8, and 12 on both Gibsons and Secheit systems. Other channels  may be added later.  A number of FM stereo stations will be  carried on both Cable systems. It is pdan-  ne^! to add background music on a TV  ; ��� channel later/��� '������ v-Y'  TThe site Of the Gibsons Ty receiving  'station lies approximately one mile south  of Mi Elphinstone at an elevation of 2500  feet, A heavy drunk cable, will' be run  7ihrough a rou&h, logged-off area extending over a distance of two miles down the  mountain side to connect with an exist-'  ing road.  Here again, very high gain antenna  arrays will be used to pick up the distant  stations. Extra heavy elements will be  required on antennas and all -towers will  be double-guyed to withstand anticipated  heavy icing and wind loading.  Equipment buildings will be erected  siear the base of each mountain to house  sensitive electronic gear. It is here that  signals will be fully processed, filtered  and, where necessary, converted to a useable frequency for reproduction on TV  sets connected to the Cable system.  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The Vfytp^Hfotfr y: rfm��  Wednesday/J��lyM0/ Wf  _r     ���*   *M.->  ...������������     .    ���^V���J-F  --^*-  r  Sorry BroadfocJ  THERE "was a time not s<j long ago Wjben Ufgbway,, Jhen (provided you have some-  the jKootenay Gauntry was ai. place bf - pi^.toAtiyfi your a-itod9w#foryou)7yott  ���;$.andoned mines, gl?.os|t towns, small and coyM.spe/jd 4* Wllje pepk ^ust' cHjismg  qyiel cities, dusty, .road-* tftat wandered ddw^'thelfiOmwes to XJasttegarYA'warn-  nowhere into the nills, and a #m?o main , ingt you'll-l?aye to get nsedto.soJityde for  highway rushing traffic through. ��� , tlie' }&tieri$ virtually unused by any but  ' The main, p\afl seemed to he to,set \optA boaters. And when *du do yet$yt,  through this vast bloc of south-central  British Columbia as fast as -possible, ,(to  the Okanagan Valley and Vancouver 'going west and "eastward, north to Banff and  Calgary.  - The old mines are still there, of course,  " and the ghost towns a hit more crumbled,  - and the cities are still peaceful and friendly, hut there is a large hut, as ih "but people are not rushing through anymore/'  . The Kootenays are -being discovered,  and visitors are finding what so many  residents of this country already knew���  that this is a yaeaiionland almost without  parallel in Canada,  , be gure you're w/sl? stocked with supplies  and fuejL There aren't tt#t- many i epm-  - munitfes alonj^ttiis long-string' fcleandike  ' lake nestle^ between blue-peen\h)}ls  Koojenay Lake/ "Now there's.  &Qwp, wiih.'plenty of accon^modation, s��*vr  ��� ing _ an- orehard^mihg-ranching-lUmher  .economy, and in a cafe at the three o'clock  coffee -breaks one'ruddy'faced type told  hp friends/ "Saw IS deer; all flinched  up, on my feack.yoad this morning,- Vme  to get,them\outa there, or my -tre.es mf.  Catch it," The rest nodded, ahd one (sa*d,  "Get a big mean, old dog," ahd 'everyone  - laughed; ' -       *       *  ' - 4 Cranbrook; a small city bright as a sij-  i*er dollar, with a 50-yard line view of the  Bo'cky Mountains and eight miles from  Port Steele,,the former and brief-lived  p .  ����-,^. ,��.     ,����,_��   ��._,      ..��_.��� a'lake'  l^tiTy^l^etiCi^ei^ oli^^w^ 0^    Mounted Police headquarters where the  pfKootehaytake and head out tpw^rds    ioi!al Indians threatened to act up, toe  the main jjakey'You jget more thdn/250  * miles of shoreline for cruising, dozens bf  cqves yvith sandy beaches, grassy camping  ' parks,- ahd not a soul' witftih 20, miles,  > TJ]ere's nothing 'Juke it for tlie soul���;this  inland sea M sun and sand,  ' The ,fishinjg is great, but some ��pots  are better than others, Jn other words, it  I re-djscoyered the #<wtenays recently you,^e fishermen," fish *#*iere'F4hey are.  1 on two trips; one ,in the springtime on^r- - fhTefre propabty -togal people,, ami know  * log through the north ��ad via Vernon and    the -hot" spots, ���     *.-        \ .-;  , 4he Monashee (what a lovely xtame) Paps,,.   . ijjj^ highways of the Kootenays ^re  and (the second in the autumn over Anar-   ' mostly nety or le-bpHt, ahd ihe longidty ,  local Indians threatened io act up,  uprising -fizzled^ and the Mounties pultei  out in J888, But memories remain.  There is so much more than just a  Monntie post,- tor the federal government  has recreated Barkery, lie. The job isnt  finished yet/but it takes Jifctle imagination  to see what, can and will he done. And  jhere - is an- excellent museum,. Which,  , When I was' there, received the raves of o  .'charter busload of California tourists, , *  . , TpThd 4here is-no loyelier drive in- spring  or fall ihajn farther up the Windermere  Valley with'. poek-Pbbed mountains p. the  >  ��� chist .Mountaia on', tjie ^southern Trans-   , periods of spring,-sumn^r/?nd fall m^J?* '  left- and right; and don't fail to stop  ^mjs/I^      TJm^-itrov     /_itf , _f\f     fl^__>     _t>jM_[*triAkvi +U_^.   -.iJii^ -_���.��. a~~.  -._._^__.I1_-____l     _-_..��.���   **_r __^L<_.._.   1__^ *t*~c.____,_, *     ��r ___.' _r��J i___ ���,__       /!��!__* 2_-    _*��     .����.  Canada Highway > ��� out * of ibe" southern  Okanagan.       "*;        ' - - *"- - y"  Everywhere I' went I found good <ae-  <#mmo,db5ition. -jyeatherbeaten , put- sfafy  proud hotels built "in the old wild days of  ���the mining boom,or*ih-'motels'as'up-Fto  date as next-year's mod f^hions.,1 pre-.  furred tbe old hotels,, and jvitb. some of  iftem offering, goo,4 iwmrs' %t '$2o�� "jiighb>  . they're easy to take.  * I can define the demarcation line of the  Bast and West Kootenays; but outlimng it  jail on a map* is.dtffic'u^,. Goyernmen*  * mining sufyeys'and'forestry' maps pro>-  .tlte fidk routes excellent, even if they are  dirt.roads,' "^ -, '* " > j  - Your service station maps willsSow  onl*/, the main,rpads, but- lopal tourist, information jrijap^ open up the ^cpjantry fo  ybu-4he srn^il' roads leading hac\ into  reed-moled "smattllalj^.din5|>l^ ��y. frolicsome <trout,, decades-ojd' jgravel roads  iurinihg '* back '��� .ihto -ihihes "absmdoned 70  years ago, or logging rpad? ,grfiwn, over,  considerably but still passable. If you  are apprehensive and you ^eel.like .stretching your legs,.p-aj*k the carahdwalk.;. ���'  East from AnarcJjjsr,W^u)D*aj.n(> High-  ably ^tave quite, precise boundaries but way 3 runs through the Boundacy court*  yoa won't "find such- unanimity in the try,   through   Bridesvirle; ���" feocJ�� 'C,-ffeif,  Kootenays itself, * Let's say, to make things Greenwood,where,the great'Phoeni^srhel-  simple, that <the Kootenays East kn4 West ter "once belched 24 hows a day for years,  ane split by a line running north and south and Midj^ay'ahd 'into * Graijd For$g'Ja]i  through - Kootenay Lake/ and^ 4hat- the 'yiUjagesand towns which had great "fuY  whole area includes everj-thing east of. tures hi tKe earlier days^but tie^l Joibo  the Okanagan .yaUey-'ioVthe Albert^- border, I'm not right, but txptthat far wrong  either, '-/..,  Before we Wt.the'hi^iways .and-ky  ifiiplng bopni which faded and wetf went  out.   ���      ���   ,       ' '       Yp ��� ���; * . .  -   Jn Bock Creek 14net a*patriar<*, white  Jseard al,imost io his Imees,, sitting hy the  1  '"A  ways, let's first dispose of our boating-   store, and he sa'idy*'Ajmliner all my.life.  ff trior*./fc_      UnAtxTkHaYflv   -tlio  T��mrk^d���t>r^*l<trc'���' irymrt*     V-_C4��11   "UA1A   ��vi*r VLKA^^An^^-*^   l./^nr_AA/ -r^_-_   _��  -friends, Undeaiiably, ,the Kootenays' haye  iwo of the finest boating Jakes���the Arjrow  Lakes system andjKootehay Lake���^the  last named of -which' ?s .famous for. its  ^massive rainbow'trout.    *        '��� ��� -  Your boat could be.put'ialo the Arrow.  Lakes at the TWrtfc ��jd at- Arrowhead,  south of Revelstoke op the^TransiCa-nada  Still hold^ay^ prospector's h-cence/:J>o a  bit now aijid -then. Eve' been that closed  rpany times and Soever roade;it Some "did,  'but, not me, .?Jeye*c. Never will ;��ow.f. I  wished him-lu<jkand droye-op, - ' *  - Oyer the new Saimo-Gfeston ffi&iyray,  and y*hatya!skj..slppe*. A%M.ut 2& miles  downhill: :3ntjq C,restort,',*_a pleasant, 1/jhtle  r  -I  < i  ft  four.Timo WIjjj. w ��t tbfe Masf?r8  i'in i      i���iiii mil i,^ -jj.ijpj  fiimj,iiiip< i i j i,iul��,��  ,: *i$mw ciUBFAC��0H %wi& mss ,:  .  )C ���_-'*. V- ��        *-p   ���p       *���    r��    b   r vi  Many golfers address theb3JI  on. normal eahdehots (illustration f\% y'dh the$ubtecfe \oqM-  tog -slightiy to, the right of the  tP^-V -T^e .opening of ifa $&$  produces'S -shallow/, r -tlian-#'  mal ci|t��� jtf.-f *3i?d.Hf)df r tji^e*^I1  and helps preclude leaving-the  ball ji? |tf?g hunger h^causo pf  cutting too deeply.  , Wh��'i. the ball fs rcs^ug low  in ih,o simp, hQwevfr, th$  opened clubface is not citable.  The clubface should be either  square to the target line #J-  lustration fi) or slightly closed.  Th|s will cause the cl^b jtp cu|  deeper lh\o ihe sand so that  .the heatl'will move well under  the depressed ballr 5trikipg a  ball ip flirted Uz wh\\e fi$T��g  ah oper.':��li'bface Could cause  yoit to 'wt Into Ih*? b^ll itsolt  ahd to b|ade the shot v/e|l pa��t  the (target.' *,  a  ;Fajfm?ont Hot Springs. There- fs a ^e^v  ,'feote). jthere^ with j^oman-type indoor b&thp,  two pools for ,thp'putf)ie apd special baths  _ for guests i��,a imalt hut beside the min-  -erat springs' back ih'the' hills,' "Fmmn  minutes, and you can- count "the aches arid -  pains leave your body, one by one,     .1  *",',If you^re'driving along Kootenay Lake,  . try the spa at Ainsworth, more rustic-than  others JjUf.rated, by many as-being the  best of all. * , ���.y    '���  . /, At nearby Kaslo, the jumpUg-o^ p��<��  ' jn 4he early days for much of the Lardgau  , Countr^ mjines^you will find^a friendly  [ littiejOTfhmujrjity, The mjmy hghrded-oyer  biiilidi-^gs'show- it has had' better day?,  -.buttAte JoeationFon^he lake with ^^ ^ur-  riJiandihg hills makes It one ofl*ny^&vor-  FJte _>pots/ You'may, rent a boa��here for a  day's fishing, and there ark some deep  Holes to the soiith that'giv/J-upv lun&er  t -twut. - By the way, \%'s a city, although it  -hjas only _a few bsmdred -people/ A carry-  oy��r from its better days, of course,    -���;  -, At l^?lo, seek the rpad to.-tfejjr Tien-  ye?, u|>*oyer7the old.grayel"road through  the silver 'country,* past several ghost'  - t0V5*n*s and decaying tniheS; ,Y<H*.'re trayeJ-  liii�� an abandoned rail grade which, for  yj^arg, haUJed out millions of dollars worth  of-silver before the great mines of this  couniry-^veht jbust.  About three miles from "Hew J)snvorf  watch tor the sideroad 1o Sandon, a dty  that died when the j>rice bf>iiyer dropped  ��jut bf -sigEf 60 years ago. Once this hud-  dle of .shack? and wiecka^ in a gap in  (the *$LUs had all the bright lights and  ���flowing champagne jand!saJoons and dancing girls, and ciyic-pride;'that any city  had, *2ho'maln sti-feet was built over Car-  punter Cree% %nd the final coup de grace  occurred in J955 when a f la^h flood ripped put the main street. Jjfot "fl^yc-h left  now. Just shacks dining to the hillside,  wrecked buildings, memories of a few old-  timers, and the indifferent skies overhead.  At JSfelspn^ih,. frpnt of, the ^tume Uote),  the old mm sit in the autumn sun under  -the trees Soining red and leold' and tljey  talp of #ie gieat days. They talk of the  properties that never made it, mines that  flourished and died, and mine? lijke the  Sullivan���one of the gneatest���fieeding the  huge.T^aJl smeltejr,, They talk-*,of steajp-  tooats pn Ahe Tlakes,, and hauling supplies  into the hills, by pack train, and the hundred tfaitaoads jthjat ieaj^ ^dl^Woiyn &p/��  promote.^ imagmations.* Such promoters  made more money in phoney stock, th^n  99 percent of the hardrock, mjnej-s. Ws  the story of any mining country.  And next time you're in Grand Forks,  stop in. jat dinner at the main hotel and  haye a Russian meal���borscht, thick and  delicious, and .gfrtoopstes with a tart red  sauce, cucumber salad, all the honest  homemade broad you can eat, and then  the!) Jiottest tea you pw stand. All for  $lfiO, Just another bargain in the Kootenays.  I haven't tried to take you from point  AtoBtoCon thi��4ourof the Kootenays,  It Woiild take a pamphlet to do that.  I've .Brii&aS'-r'^ied'to tell' you 'oila' few of  ihe*many*pl!ace& I've' visited jahd*hjoyed,'  Water fowl - rofti0e  10. SckQQl SpWd meeting;  ' Y. ,       " *-fromfpa09 '&A "  ���grpunds fee used instead of travelling 'to  Sfalfmboh Bay, '  '  - - Trusfee' w. JBurtnick stated that he  ^nders.lands that tlie Board has been Sold  ./that this school cannot be used, jhe ai*|o  Understood >tha�� -children whose''parents  do'not wish thern-jjo travel to Halfmoon  Bay School will not be forced to go,,  r) Mr, Janiewtek's 'ietfer was referred to  the- Pis^ict*Sujperi��tenden*t,  $9 PEAL  Dr. ^rtoicJi!: stated that the Indian  -TrVp^l Council had met recently and de-  icided ajgainst seijing land to the School  Board,  - ^y^\Jenks explained for public information, t^at <the jBoard has heen&egQ-  ttatihg w&h #ie Secheit Jndian Band for  purchajs^ of a site &r a Junior- Senior  Seeondaj*y Stshooh  SEA CAVA3WJA.CME  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade Committee has  ^eeograijrfed'use of Gibsons Elementary  School -washrooms for ibe cycling race  i which will be one of the abactions in  the mammoth event planned tor August  21'-24.  - - - - Asked for comment before reaching a  decision, Building and Gropnds sUpej-in-  . *-,  -i i  ' 7'Multiply f-what I've- done by ,'t^S F,ahd  you're ..closer! to' gettyhg 'the real- feel, of  this great' )smd.>, fyndj!v%-only- dually  mentioned iboat^g ahd>untin^al^u^i  they am /irst'^clas's. Thefp;are-'.aiso*a  K-indred' fishing, lalses, ."and streisims, ��9t  ine^oned-^.TowjFs^like. Kimbe-.iey arid  Creston-Flat is only typical. of tbe  .iypz'Qlscenery Cbtat*can',bs found in  the Kootenays -, if myons fakes iiiv  time to stop and io^.���* T^iirfet aoeQia-  "modatibiis arid'facilities are exceBej^t  ��� and wads a��# * g^tjaing, beftei* 'aU* -file  Fxuitvale-apd Wij}derme��e-a^d'Ferhieand "iime; -'Thete aipe man^'parte'of* tft��  Eossiahd ?i_}d'w��daV^-^mei*^^ ' hi&tory of7fh$< prFqyjiice to be^eeAitt  {end, they should'be);a^th^ tl?e lifkif^^ys.,. . ��, *,' V ,.4 _ ,,  anzas for tlie rx,*^dxouSod_5 to seek, and sti)l    <���-.. 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'"I  The federation officers have made  many statements About morale of  our work force and about alleged  inequities the company has Inflicted upon Its employees,  B.C. Telephone Is completely flexible on such matters -and will talk  afpout fhem at any .time the union  ���officerp shpw real responsibility  in wage demands,  Qui Uzo federation officers are  isadfy mistaken If tfcay Ihlnk Iho  strike against B.C. Telephone will  'fsagf to a settlement half way  between their depa^ds and the  unanimous recommendations ol  0 federal conciliation board.  These officers haye made absurd  demands for wage increases, reduced hours and other benefits  amounting to 433 per cent, in***  eluding a 32.1 per cent, increase  in wage rates by oe# Jan'Jary.  The federal conciliation board, Including the union's own nominees,  recommended term? providing a  17F*pbrHcent -wago Increase by  January 1, 1970, together with  other benefits and a reduction \ in  worf< hours for plant employe^  which has the effect of boosting  their, hourly wago rates &y #k$  per cent.  Seen in perspective, the board's  unanirno-ur r^fpm^datlons ���  wfrfoh the company hae agreed to  accept ��� cleprly are fair to the  employees, costly to the company  and above the increases w^fcri  governments of all levels have  described as appropriate guidelines for fiscal responsibility today.  -  ���  WtoD tlie ;pnion oftl���#i��.af#.|>r#^ai'ei4 fo.w'cpf'tito'  the wage levels mcommen^^imm^omlf bf flit  ccncilblio.i board as realistic, then Sfroro nl!l bo m?��  post to,returned negotiations.  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Sunshine Coast Sports
SUNDAY, July 6: In the first round of
the playoffs which was sudden death,
Secheit eliminated Pen Hotel, Port Mellon
knocked out RCMP, and Wilson Creek
forced out Hydro.
In the Secheit, Pen Hotel game, Secheit shutout Pen Hotel 4 - 0 on the pitching of Carl Kohuch, who struck out 13,
walked 1 and allowed only 4 hits.
Freeman Reynolds, pitching for Pen
Hotel, also allowed only 4 hits and talked only 2. However, Secheit took advantage of the 2 walks, and also a pair of
Pen Hotel errors to Score the runs -necessary to win the game,
Port Mellon downed RCMP by a score
of 7 to 3. Denny Carroll, who pitched the
first 3 innings for Port Mellon got the win,
with Lee McGee coming in in the fourth
to wrap it up. Henry Weibe was the losing pitcher and also the most consistent
batter on the field, going 3 for 3 at the
Jim Hall, pitching for Wilson Creek
threw a one hitter to shut out Hydro
12 to 0. Wilson Creek got 14 hits off two
Hydro pitchers to score their 12 runs.
Rudy Crucil was the steadiest batter,
going 3 for 5 with 2 ground rule doubles.
The only home run of the game was hit
by Bobby Benner in the fourth. Jack Ball
got Hydros lone hit, a single in the fifth.
vin the second round of the play offs,
Wilson Creek won the draw, and got' a
bye, while Secheit and Port Mellon played
off at Hackett Park on Thursday, July 10.
In a one game knock out series, Port
Mellon eliminated Secheit by a 15 to 3
score.  Port Mellon scored 4 runs in the
first, 5„ in the second and another 5 ux
' the twd» before Sechett got back to tihsor
regular* season' form and gave -up only
1 more run in the final 3 innings.   Lee
McGee went all the way for Port Mellon
scattering Secheit hits, allowing them to
score only 2 runs in the 4th and 1 in
the 5th.
Sunday, July 13, Pen Hotel! split a
double header with the Burnaby Royals
at Brothers Park, winning the first 4-0
and dropping the second 5-3.
Lee McGee, on loan to Pen' Hotel by
Port Mellon, threw a one hitter to blank
the Royals in the first game. He struck
out 9 and walked only L Lee also went
3 for 3 at the plate with a double and
2 singles. Benny Jack went 2 for 3 and
drove in 2 runs.
RoyBlyth, who lost the first game,
got his revenge by winning the secorwL
Freeman Reynolds pitched a strong game ,
for Pen Hotel but lost it through errors
in the 5!ate innings.
Wed.,' July 9, the Sunshine Coast All-
stars defeated Gibsons ■ Kinsmen 17 to 6
in an exhibition game at Wilson Creek.
Dave Lamb started for the Allstais and
pitched 2 innangs to earn the win. Jim
Bjornson and Pat Gaines relieved, pitching 2 innings each. Kelly Bodnarek hit a
home run for the Allstars.
Sunday, July 13, playing in Brothers
Park,.fee Allstais dropped a 17-14 decision to Sunny Crest Center of the Babe
Ruth League Allan. Mckettson started for
the Allstais and pitched the first 4 innings
being,relieved by Dave Lamb and Bade
BJ-Sakeman in a 9 inning .game. Allan -
Feei-ie started for Sunny Cnest and pitched the first 3 innings in. earning -the win-
He was relieved by Miles Williams in the
i fourth, with Carl Swanson coming; in in
the ninth to make the last 2 outs.
Jim Bjormsow for the Allstars and Dave
Fromager for Sunny Crest were .tbe big
batters, both going 4 for 6; ,    ,.'
,' Wed., July 16, the Sunshine Coast All-
stars 'against Gibsons Kinsmen at Brothers Park, game time 6:30.
Major renovations commenced last"
week on the Porpoise Bay wharf with
arrival of the contractors Greenlees'
Piledriving who in short time-were Km
the job renewing old- pla_-_fajjog and
structure. Dredging of the bay is understood ito be scheduled but so far
the dredger has failed to arrive.
A miniskixted girl on an office bowling team forgot "to take a. pair of slacks to
wear during the game" After mueh,dis-J
cussion -she decided to go ahead and bovA
in the skirt, whereupon one of her teammates made a neatly lettered sign-'whieh
was taped to the back of her _M_*i It
WEED for  shift  classes ot Blphihstone
Second-UT. School Was questioned by >
jvlrs, J. S-' Macey of Gibsons when she was .
permitted to; speak at last week's School
Board meeting/     -     \     7       -     . ,
Mrs.. Macey pointed out, that students
will lose one hour tuition per day which
amounts to 200 hours in a school year/
Elphinstone's standing has deteriorated in
tbe past two -years and students- are already not covering the complete course.
She stated that students getting* top
marks at Elphinstone and' expecting to
do well in the government scholarship
exam, are amazed when they get a bare
pass, and comment that they have never
seen the, subject- matter before. "Our
vyoung people accuse us of not telling
them the truth and tbey must have every
opportunity to-do the best with their talents," she said.
One solution which Mrs. Macey felt ■
could eliminate the need for shift classes
would be- to eliminate extra-curricula
courses <those not required for university or technical programmes) until conditions are such that they .can be established,        ' "
Trustee Bill ^ Malcolm said he is just
as urjhappy about shift classes but the
Referendum failed and what could the
Board do.
Chairman Shiela Kitson also expressed concern over the loss of hours but
felt there would be some advantages with
smaller classes and better use' of facilities. ; *     * *
Trustee Barry Jenks stated that loss of
hours was" his main- objection,,and the.
Board had investigated every alternative
before reaching a decision. His main concern now is that some people in the community' like' the idea of shift classes* and
don't realise the limitations of the system. He himself had suffered through- attending classes on shift and disagrees that,
there are any advantages. He questioned
that there will be smaller classes or' better use of facilities- In fact there axe no
advantages and the sooner we get off
shift classes the better for students in
the community,
Mrs. Labonte observed that the only
solution is to, pass Referendum No. 10,
Dr. Burtnick reminded trustees that
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the semester system is*stuT being' investigated. - -       J
Trustee Bill Malcolm's query as to
.what had happened about the invitation
' extended to the Secheit Indian Band's,
' Education Committee, to send a repress
sentative to School Btoard meeting
-brought the reply that the invitation had
not yet .been sent.
*   Trustee Barry" Jenks  expressed siuv
* prise - that the District Sujwrintendent
had not reported on the June meeting of
the Indian Integration. Pilot Project. The
nursery school project is well underway,
a building is available, and a teacher has
been appointed for the, seventeen children in the Indian Village. Indian Affairs
Department is giving extra help to en-
ab'ie the Board to hire a remedial teacher
* and teachers aides in Secheit Elementary
School Another meeting is scheduled for
September. ' ,    ' ..
- Applications will be received by the undersigned up to 4 p.m.
Monday, August 4t 1969, for, someone to oct as wharfinger for the
Village on the leased Federal whorf and floats at Gibsons.
Applicants will be interview and o basis of remuneration
established. *
Box 340
Gibsons, B.C.
July 10, 1969
D. Johnston
Municipal Clerk
Unemployment Insurance
Q. I am working for my father who
operates a hairdressing establishment.
Eight hours a day, four days a week I do
ladies' hair. Am I entitled to pay unemployment insurance contributions?
A. Yes, you areientitled to pay unemployment insurance contributions. A regulation stipulates that, the employment of
every person who provides any of the
,services.that are normally provided in a
hairdressing establishment, is insurable.
Such employment may be employment by
your farther, self-employment or employment nbt under contract of. service. If you
were, the owner or the operator of the .
hairdressing establishment, your employment would not be insurable.
Any Questions please?
■Q. Suppose I work as a barber in a
barbering establishment and I do not declare my weekly earnings to the owner of
the establishment, what amount of weekly
earnings will he take into account for the
purpose of determining my Unemployment Insurant contributions? -
A. Under an amendment made to the
Unemployment insurance Regulations on
Juim; 30, 1968, the weekly earnings to be
taken into aooount are deemed to be $100,
Questions should be referred to Information Services, Unemployment Insurr
ance Commission, Vanier Building; 222
Nepean Street, Ottawa, Ontario — TcL
996-2975L '
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Schedule Service: SECMELT-I, ^AHiy^O|-SECIflELT
8:00 a.m. • 9:00 om.
'7x12:00 noon'""" '   '   "".'""" ".<  ■'■■■'':- '•"'l:00"p'.m.       ""',' '   "
x 4:00 .p.m. . 5:00 p,m. |
7:00 p.m. —. FRIDAY ONLY t-   -9*00 p^». /
8:00 o.m. '  ** 9:00 a.m.
*12:00rioon 1:00 p.m.
•4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.   '.
12:00 noon •  l.po p.m.
x 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
Extra Flights - Fridays, Sundays and Holidays a* required.   ■   7
* Conorctirtfl Flight* tx> Peridtr Harbour Arm, Mclnon  blond, Jcrvl* Inlet, Ejjmont,
Scchclt Inlet, Narrows, Inlet and Salmon Inlet,
x Connecting Fliahti from ol»i*o points lo Nonolmo.
'   FARES■  ' 	
Nanaimo to Scchclt—-Ono Way Fare, $9.00
Weekend Ro^nd Trip Excursion (Fri. to Man. o«ly)# $12.60 return
EFFECTIVE JUNE 1511% 1969 TO SEPTEMBER 1st, 1969
Scchclt—885-2214 i Vancouver—485-4922
Buy Better
Smve More
Phone 886-2424
Todd's Drygoods
Children and
Infants Wear
: {Ladies' Sports
, , .' ./.Wear :
Phone 886-9994
:e.Ad¥&gif€sgge Of
.©sillily Dew/,
Suiif crest
Phone 886-9962
The Service Station
with everything for
the Motorist
One $30 and Two $10
ui" papular monthly
Family Atlowciiice Praw :
i Mow saves fom a f&eifor ehanco to
win. W© glv®'3.-pifB6S' c£c.a piS-itSa
®mq ()m mz$ Yw® $m
Winners annoiiiicod monthly
>2nd~GftACE CASEY : <
7 ;.fill No. 1 Gibsons $10
RR Mo. % Gibsons $10
Phone 886-2726
On iho Sunnycrest
Plaza for your
Shopping Pleasure
Charles English
Real Estate '■
: , .and' Insurance
Phone 886-2481
Ion's Sloe Store
A Complete Line
of' Shoes for I
the Entire Family
NOTE: Oirett  Une Phone Number from Mooo'mo »o be published -when ovoiloble.
AH Rotes and Schedules Subject fo Oionpe Without Notice.
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Be said,  pairs4hat might be required,- A nominal. **T can iee how he feels, at the same time,  rent of one dollar per .annum will be other people going into business do not  charged to council plus 15%  of gross seek or get a contract/'  revenue from moorage* etc. Administrator Alderman Gerry\ Dixon said he could  Dave Johnston explained that-this would-   /?ee nothing wrong in notifying him that.  also apply -should parking meters be in- council is quite, satisfied with the service  stalled, - this however, - is not' included in and have no plans -to make changes. Mayor  council plans at this time.   ,. Peterson commented, "It is a question of  ���   -Mayor Wally Peterson expressed satis-, free enterprise and we cannot guarantee  faction with .the arrangements and sug- , that someone else won't come along/-'  gested a wharfinger be employed, without' ��� It was finally agreed to notify the con-  deflay.   He said that parking down one tractor that the. present council has no  side, of the wharf approach will be pos- plans-for change but cannot speak for a  sible together with'a parking.area ontbe new council, . '   -"  wharf.  Copy Of the letter is to be provided for ^OBMER .CHAIRMAN  each member of council and subject to  /t-  y: ^'  *   ^ ���  ���I-  V-.  + �����_ _H*��>   *>*  u  _ / '     -  l '     'A* J      '  -�� - ^'        A*' i / X / ''' F- ,  F^'y y*'- Y'/.^Y^yry -  r / /.-    ; -      y* ^,  *    ��-'       '- - r~7 ��� - .p.-"--. ***-    .  '  ��� ��� *  ���- -��� ��V v   /'v'*���*���*���.i. / \   -F-  * *^ *��� -fi      i **  "SO IX)NG, it's beengoftd to Jj��ow you,"  .       was the -theme for 50 ladies- who spent'  i   July 12 on. the SecheX PenUteula.. the  group were ,LA members from'threo Legions on the Lower Mainland, Branch No.  119 in Port Moody, No. 133.in|*ort. Co-"  quitlam, and No. ,263 in Bistrid, ot Co-'  quitlam, Tliey spent the morrung sightseeing and lunched at-Jthe Calypso Cafe'  after which they paid a call to the club--'  house of Branch 1*40 at Selma Parkl  They were, greeted by LA .President,  �� Gladys Ritchie .and her executive; after,  an hour's chat and.song, they returned to"  Gibsons Legion where they were greeted",  by Branch President, John Wilson, and  wereseryed'refreshments under the direc-'  torship of Ella Duncan.   -  The hand of welcome will be extended"  , by these guests' later in the _mmmer when^  . LA members ifrom the Peninsula plan on^  j   returning the visit. -'    -  ���  Counterpoint in copy,.. the overt jux-'  taposition of the wrong-right words. -      *���  // -v  _ 1  ff,'''1. '���  ...  i Marathon Racers, '     '    '   Bicycles may he changing m style but * Ion Sporte Day,  First, sd&M - and - cloud-busst, i*ained. out, Port- Mellon   , ,     . -they still require &e same oM fasii-   third in 6-11 group were; Dcgoafe-  Spores and 'after an. hour's yallant at-  ^-v�� tlxCH-w-- vi. Wu--��i m Su_.jW- w       A3f Ritehey, former village chairman,   ioned energy-to, propel toem'&ft   Stevenson, Keitfa Weston aiid %a^ ,tenript'to ignore-the rain. *tlieFevent  approval the* agjoeement between jpouncil    Paid a rare, visit to'counca chambers and   these thi*ee youngsters proved .equal   rence Borley.  While tne rest of ittoe   was, called off. -    .  and-the department will befinalized. - complimented ��>unctt for the job It ^ ,     :'       -      t ^  ��� , * doing. He said he was appearing with a.  SEEK ASSURANCE ' jtew suggestions for minor improvements  Plans for a.compactor garbage collec- in the village that council might like to.  tion unit, by the present operator, % M, consider. These included improvements  K$'ly��. involves considerable-expense .and to Bums Road, water pipe renewal to  a .letter to ^uncil* on behalf7of Kelly- properties on the upper level from Triie-  sought assurance that his services would man Road -where' presently water pres-  be retained for a period of not less than sure is very low; clearing up of a strip ot  five years, ft was explained, that he. could, property dedicated as park-land alongside  notp urchase such' a vehicle on a. short - the Parry residence and that consideration  term basis without such assurance. be given erection of a' "yield*' sign at  Mayor Peterson expressed  the  view    B'ranklyn -and Gower Point RoaH-  that it would seem Kelly requires a. con-     t  Council Abanked him for- bis interest  tract to this effect, but added "we have    rand, agreed to investigate the situations,  no existing" contract with him, if we did    prior to taking- action where possible.  Official release.*.  1   y        "        ���    ��� ��� ��� r        '     r i ,  Seoii��B ol Fisheries Act  clarifies licence coMir��  f.  ���_-'*"%  >v*  t �� '.lit*  .'���>  /'-L   V  . ��'  -y  , j. *  ;������.. *  Winded  It was an all-out effort.for 11-JS**-  4  THIS article is submitted for the ��� infor- of the -Indian and his family and can not  matioh and "guidance"of commercial be. sold,'bartered or given away, 'Permits  fishermen,  sport   fishermen,   and. store regtrSate.when, bow, and where native*In-  owners of the local area. >     , dians may 'catch fish for their own use.  ''  On February 19, 1965, subsection 14 of Because^ they are liable to prosecution if  Section 74 was added to the B.C, Fishery *hsy purchase fish caught under a permit,  Regulations prohibiting the sale of any individuals,   store owners  or  managers  salmon taken by sporf fishing, in ti^al should, exercise caution when buying fish.  waters,  *"0�� tfime^&'ises,  'meneSal- s^mon fisjfe 'was closed -M   ^'^^mr^x^ti^-1mias��t*m     -   '-^^jj^, 4nt.   ���fl_Sel; Vma  ^w.  Howe Sound waters, and on ApnJ' 22,15S9; / ��**��*i covering a fipeof ied period show-    T^cy GaJiUer to the fiJUSh line- Com-  Section 56 of the B.C.TisheryfRegulatfonS    'm^the. quantity an4- value of all fish   ing a more, lfi^urely third was tylfch-  was.amended to include,'Bbrard -Inlet    ^^,and sueh ����ber,.-detBll�� as may be    ael Schgr:p; <fc_iy was SOOH revuyed   |  thereby   closmg   to  commercial salmon    requirea. *- ^j.^,', ���u,*���i,  ^..^vm-^-i 411,^  fishing tfl waters insidcaMone from Gow- ���      Complete information about the Fishr     ��9 *&*��� mr& iW^n 'i*MP* J2f *!  crPttoihemos-UsoMtherlypointof Pop-    cries Act and Regulations may be ob-    ^^^''IpJ* F^W* VW "WOS  ham Island; thence in a straight line to    tained fi��m any Fishery Officer or the    was me Tmrd-wmein 2" years fnat^,  the most southerly point of Worlcombe    Regional Director, Department of Fisher-    rain has- forced jC^BCellatum Of an- *  Island, thence in a straight line to Cape    ies, 1155 Robson Sttieet, Vancouver 5, B.C,    pual event, '  Roger Curtis on Bowen Island; thence in     * _ ; ;���'��� h '.      ���" '���'���7-��� ���������;; *��� f  a straight line in a _>outh-easter]y direction  to Fairwi&yi'Gas and Bell Buoy; thence in  aJ straight line to She most Westerly point  of Point Grey. '  On fSeptember 6, 1968 the Minister of  Fisheries announced & licence control program' outlining- the qualifications necessary to obtain a commercial -fishing licence.' The inegi-lations include'a stipulation that vessels outfitted for catching fish  in commercial i>almon fishing operations  shall have registration plates and current  annual salmon fishing tabs.  On April 22, 1969; subsections 2- and 3  of Section 33 was amended to' require  ' ���*.*<���  Waper-Edgar rites double ring ceremony  BRIGHT June sunshine and a garden, gay Roses and,ringlets, of white chiffon for-  with flowers, on the shore of a lovely med her  heed-piece and she carried a  bay,   formed a  natural  setting  for the bouquet of baby pink roses and feathered  June 14th wedding of Sharon Beverley white carnations. .  V(��jfyiW( *��i>�� F^i  *' ^V!  Phone 885-9542  FOB  SUNKEN  PLEASURE  Unlock the underwa't-jr  world with Aquanaut '69'**���  Evinrude's surface air supply' '  (SAS)  system,: This safe/  simple -system is designed,  lo make it-easy tosy/im  underwater for prolonged  -  periods. The Aquanaut^is -*  a floating air station that * .^  supplies.two divers with-' ��:t  air to a depth of 25-feet.. Sti>,  Two compressors feed,"/^:  natural air to newly de-, ;��&���  signed face masks,,.' ^.y^i  made to-fit the entire .V^^  family. No mouth-"^. . ^  p5ece. If you've aHf'S^f^S  ready discovered   ��5^S^..^?*  the pleasures-'  atop the water  ..-. discover  ���j0l841gdjBrwate)F  '^���imd&ittfAhTsar ^  Y .for  < twtW      .  and  IfMj  expert   VLM  diyers  Madeira Park, B.C .  033-2266  EVIHBUPE SAUS & SERVICE  Edgar, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs,  Lome C, Barclay of Madeira Park, B.C,  and Jfeinz Wagner, only son of Mr- and  Mrs, Edward Mittelsteadt of Vancouver,  B,C.  The double ring ceremony took place  ��� Attending the bride,was Miss Suzanne  Ponth, I  Best man was' Mr. William Edgar Jr.,  brother of the bride, ,  Reception followed in the home of the  bride's parents where Mr, J. Mark Lang-  doh proposed ithe. toast to. the.'bride.'Mast-  at Bargain Bay with Rev. George Stru-       _ ���     th^rs-offidating. Pianist was Mi^ Marilyn   .��^r of Ceremonies wa^-Mr, Don MacDon  each line of fishing,gear used in halibut,    l��jfaughton who accompanied, soloist, Miss aid,  Swview' wpre. Mrs. Mark I/angdon  i��d, gnayfi-Jh, crab, shrimp and prawn:   Giiii BJ*wer^, in the very lovely Ilawai- and'Mrs. Julian Pears.  fishing to,be marked by a floating teg or    ian Weeding Song. j ���   Following the honeymoon oh Vancou-  buoy attached to each end of the lin^, on    '..^Glvenin.marriage by Mr. Barclay, tlie ver Island Ihp young couple took up resi-  bride 'wore a white chiffon over taffeta denoe in .North Vancouver^  i;4^eJle^s,miniT,'4��F**thJw,Uh.deijlciate^whlte',     Y7YY ���**;r7",:i;..::7'.*.v';-.:i ,|7;:,n r :>:-t'. ,'..'���  lace coat with fitted bodlibe and full skirt. Warmed-over"icleas'' aren't so hot.  which' i&g or buoy, 'the.' -5ommea*cial fishing  vcuci i��gbtration plat^j ..nutc^ber ot the  vesiel under '��� whlcfi* {h&'goar' Is operated  thall be kgibtliy, painted. Also each crab,  /shrimp or prawn trap that is 'iished singly  shall be marked with a "tl&tirig itag or  buoy on which the xegist-iation plate number ..hall foe legibly painted. ��� ..  * Under Section 32 of -the B.C. Fishery  Regulations n-o-tlyc Indians Of B.C. are  alhwi'd to cateh fish for personal use under authority of a permit issued by the  Federal',,, Depontmcnt - of .F|shtTic��,:.,. Fish  cauglit under authority of a permit issued  by (the Department arc for the sole use  f*cpeir��   ttn   inbemrdf,  outbostdt, lav. n-  Atctyjppo ond electric wcSdfng.  ^VICE SIAT-Or.  Suntiiti-i*. Ccmt MI��I��wf��y ��� fii6-9|>62  \-  1  S "  ,: AT THE- RITZ. MOT EL  SEHV1WG PORT MWL}MU, T0 MM.W fHWM BAV  V/o pick you up or your home. Duol controlled cars.  Smoll automatics mow cvoilobfel ,    ,  7   Reasottaiilo' Clctc-j: - '-Professional'ImlmcUon ���. '  TEti('$'7.$pEC!AL.  Reputation iixed.  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Maurice -Gardner «N*
Editor, The Timesy ' '
'■ '-'Sir; Ta some respects this may be one
of' the most unusual letters you. have received.'   -   *• *
s    I am a Canadian, I am. visiting the,  J.
area, from my temporary assignment in   (
California. I have known-this.area since
" age 6, when my .parents first decided to*
buy summer vacation property at/,the
"pobtff*', between  Selma   Park  and  the
Davis Bay wharf (about 1927). r went to
school at' Wilson Creek one winter when
my mother stayed up here because of
ejector's orders to get away from the city
arid my Dad's struggling business for a
rest.                        '
"" Wilson Creek School! — 13 pupils, 6
grades from grade 12 to grade 6. A wonderful' teacher named Miss Mann, who
stayed at the old Borthwick house. There
was active logging (by horses)' at Davis
Bay and we used the old skid road'fot a
short cut to school. The school was just
west of where the present shake mill is
perched at Wilson Creek.
Year after year/* the* Black-family returned to Davis Bay—where ray parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Black, ages 85 and 86,
now live permanently.
I am a taxpayer too, having decided
to invest in some good Peninsula Soil a
few years ago. We ,wttl build our .future
home there as soon as I can arrange a
return from California.
Two of my 4 sons married Peninsula
girls, having foifeaken California and its
apparent charms?
Now to the present! I suffered a mild
heart attack on June 26th while staying
tit Davis Bay. Guess I couldn't stand the
exotic air up here. Anyway my future is
under the control of Doctor Wiebe. at St,
Mary's and a group of nurses who must
have come from all over -the world to
make this the most interesting and
friendly (as well as efficient) hospital
in the land.
My room mate for the past 10 days
has been Jim Scott, from Gibsons. What a
companion! Jim has a dozen visitors a
day, from Port Mellon to Pender Harbour. When they come in they include me
as a Peninsula resident, and I've re-acquainted* myself with events and the lives
of people who I am amazed to hear are
still living. What a tremendously interesting week. Could you ever imagine such
unexpected benefit from a heart attack?
Incidentally, my second son Bill was
married by Rev. Denis Morgan, at the
Anglican Church at Gibsons on Saturday
July 1*, Dominion Day. Both Bride and
Bridegroom came to visit me at the hospital directly after the wedding ceremony. The reception was held later at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Del Gram- Jr.,
Roberts Creek. My 85 year old,mother
and Mr. and Mrs. Cook (Age 85 and 89)
of North Road, Gibsons, also enjoyed the
receptibru - t   <■
Now; Mr. Editor, to the real point of
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'/IAtJRICE    GARDNER,    presently"   of check by RCMP" officers' who* observed*
Powell River,, appeared before Wfagte- his vehicle being driven erratically.'-.
trate   Charlc**-- jStittelsteadt'  Wednesday, A fine of $250 was imposed and* his
July 9 to face charges-of break and entry 'driving*' licence - suspended • for   three
rd\d theft. Gardner} formerly ofi Pender months.
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Harbour, entered a plea of guilty tov all
charge? Involving a numbeiC of" private
pro'perites jh the Oyster Bay area'o? Pen-'
der Harbour, He was remanded to July
4Q' for' sentence pending a pre-sentence
report.* - ,
Wayne John aged' twenty of Secheit
pleaded guilty to a charge pf possession
of stolen goods. Chax*ge- arose' following.
brea-.-ehtry« and theft from Benner*s Furniture .Stpre, .June 29, .during, winch
goods valued at more than $1,000, were
stolen, Most of it has since been recovered "but* five juveniles await trial invo-l-,
ving the same** incident.
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Nice Fit
Appearing in* Gibsons Court, alsojast
week, ,David Neil'MacItay in .his nine-
\t£enth year, entered a plea of guilty ,to>a'
jchar-ge of possession oft hashish; (marijuana). He was arrested-following ached*
by RCMP officers on* the-grounds of Elphinstone' High school* June 24 at which
t^me he was*.found to .have one gram of,
"hash" in his possession,'     ' . .   „
- Mackay' was sentenced to six months
on this count"together with one year <Jef i-
nitej and one year indefinite for breach
of a previous suspended sentence. He was
put on suspended sentence last March 17*
. .    „  , when found guilty. o£rbreak, entry and
John was sentenced to two months in   theft from a_iervice station in the Gibso%
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called! Harmless herbicide into* places Vancouvermodels'his-ltfuSl^g'Fltmt- Auxiliary"1 President*Mrs.*O. Sladey.
Wne:sHtwps not des&tebje-, eyeh;all*&ving;
for* weather conditions *being% perfect.. He"
also'talks about -expense,-, But11* dptft sup-'
pose jtb.e .crews were^sattmg aro.iincC.for a„
week with "a helicopter without, getting
paid.for. it-r   - -,.-..     ,... * *.   *
' The "alders ort^e* hydro; rfghtto^w&yJ
are of such1 insignificant*'proporfe-Jris*that'
they could-'easily-have l_*een'CUt'dow_rby'
a bunch of students with machetes* arid*1'
then burnt in the fall,.'At present-the fire
liazard.from .these-burnt.up trees must be,
very.high.   .
-Mr. Shrum tells me that these sprays
are harmless to wildlife,' but; when one
sees,what damage results from the use of
them, killing off the biggest.tree's^<m the
edge of the right-of-way in a matter -of
days, this is a very hard statement ,to"
accept.   There must have been a 'very
good crop of the blackberries on which
aB' kinds of birds and animals feed,* but
now of course they are all withered, poisoned for the unsuspecting wild life to feed
on. The dream of lush green meadows on
Which wildlife abounds must surely be
one of the most impossible things to envisage, After making such a statement it
makes one wonder if Mi\ Shrum ever did
walk along one of his power lines, at fleast
in this area. I think if he did he might
change his mind.      J
I would like to point out that^although
we are told what this spray was ndi, we'
are not old what it was. The',fact'JtKat
other people and countries use-it'does not
make the use of it by us right, any. more   __.„„«... -w    . .    .. -_ -   "   si •• v*   t*   ^        *    •_•  *    *■_._   •__-*,
than this applies to DDT.. I IwsHiid. sug- Fishing l)erby was iucky event %    Pender,Harbour-Auxihaiy President
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Resulting from'an, incident June. 14 in
which a local man*was arrested'after !a
highway chase by RCMP> Calvin-Craig-
en and his wife Jennifer, of Secheit, both,
appeared to ans\yer charges of obstruction. . " - . . >
,. Batd'.entered.pleas of guiUty,as charg-;
ed. Calvin Craigen was sentenced'-,to*.60.
days jail and his wife, was, fined ,$£00.,
Angus Curtis wCraigen,  chargedj^vith*
being a minor in possession *-was'f ined* $50.
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;- JackDempster of Gibsons,*entered-a
guilty plea to* a'-charge of impaired ^riving. He was charged following' a' routine
area.. His "sentences are to run concurrently.
■ -Canada's natlonaLflag should'never be"
draped in front of a*platform or*be used-
to cover a speaker's table. It should never
be allowed to touch the floor or the ground*
even' at an unveiling. On a platforrii the"
-Maple Leaf flag should" be at the right'of-
the speaker; in1 the body of a Hall it should'*
,be toithO-rightof the aUdiende. <  _
gest that sometimes these sprays'are.used'
in the same way as some drugs oxidised;
in the medical' world.- Tlie "pill"" and"
Thalidomide are two examples" of what I
mean. These drugs^wei-e'not fully understood' before* they were used and there
ha.-ve' been disastrous * resntts:   DDT, 6-fc'
■Mr* Jim'Taylor of New WestaupSter   Mts.,0. Sladey, .Mr.>Taylor not only
wllp^not.otily caught *ay^ltf,-,J!54>z..,Vcaught }iis .salmon but.,was able, to1
sataion but %von , third, .prize ot a - smoke it, as -well.*
liMe-Chief Smoker.' Presented by ■ . •     ..,"."
in here was thd last ■issue'* of the* Peninsula Tunes. You gave very good coverage
•to a softball game played recently between St. Mary's Nurses and the local
RCMP. Doctor Wiebe ' was the losing
pitcher, on; behalf ttf the St. Mary's Nur-
ses' baseball team, I believe.
If you have made.it this far, thanks!
I'm coming in to'see you',wheri* I'm discharged from 'St. Mary's.'I'm interested
In permanent (living) residence up here
now nnd I- iniderstand, that. y^>u are as
interested ' as I am' in bringing new
(clean) business Unto, the Secheit area.
Not impressed
Editor, Tho Times
Sir—Following my recent lotter and
subsequent reply from Mr. Shrum of the
B.C. Hydro regarding spraying in the
area of, waiter sheds, the following is a
copy of a letter I have now forwarded to
our MLA .the Hon.  Isabel Dawson.   I
dangerous substance to use, and I would
suggest that not enough is known about
these supposedly .harmless«sprays -before
they are put into general use.
'    I hope,   Mrs.  Dawson,  you  will  not
label me as a crank, jwriting.'a'lefter lilce \"
this," but I do feel quite strongly about  .
this matter, and- I' hope that- you,- as- our* -
representative in the Provincial, Gojvernr •:
ment, will bring this to the attention of a'll
concerned and will try your best to get
some satisfactory answers and actions," "" -
Yours very truly,
Fish derby
Editor, The Times,
. Sir: Would you • be • kind- enough -to
publish a short notice in your valuable
newspaper. 'The- Junior Children's * Fishing. Derby wa» held earlier this year, the
fish- not being in a friendly mood, refused
to co»o]ieritef-sO(Wo are continuing during i
the Bummer and' will continue oni to Sat-    J_
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Dear Mrs. Dawson:
Thank you for tlie acknowledgement ot
my letter, and I am glad to see that you
"Also; wen. interested in the activities of the
B.C. Hydro, I have been surprised and
quite pleased with the support j btfve had
from people who read tho letter in the
papers and they have nil supported mo in
this matter;
i   I was not at all impressed by the reply
I received^ ^rom Mr. Shrum, but realize
he is not In a position to criticize operations of hi» own establishment, at least
hot in public. I would arguo with onto or
two of his points however, and can back
Up my fttotenuonta with photographs' if
neccsKnry. Ho statei. that no spraying was
done wltliin 100' of registered water supply ereelu* and there cert-a-inly oi*o flfaos
placed to mark these creeks i crossing the
hydro line,   t went up there last week
iMth the foreman of the Gibsons Village.
Municipality to see Just what hod happened at EnKe Creole feeding the Gibsona
neservoir.  We found, that not| only had
the u-hole creek 'area been■ "nptkyiidl, but
that tho Hpnity lind alto affected trees and
Bhruba for a distanee of at least Vi Of a
mile down the stream.  I took Rome pictures of this just to pm™ tho point This
Stream wau not an isolated case by any
mcunu, but tben I do not Itnow which of
the otheV* are rcgifitered water supplies,
60 cannot comment on them.
I understand from Mr. Shrum's letter
thatitMholleopter cr«W had to wn.t for a
jwek to get tlio ideal climatic conditions,
rcwaixled for our efforts > with the pie*
eating contest, and as children are always
hungry,  they  gave a  good  account  of
themselves and they all want to enter for
ariothet contest. I
7<v,Thi87,CKlldroni'fl Day has been made
possibio by the kindness and generosity
of the merchants and people of Secheit,
Dayis* Ba^, and Wilson Creek; and' the
good; ladies of Davis Bay who gKve their
■time ond effort to see that the children ,       , - . ~- ..
had a good tlrne. At this timti:the commit-    l2:«-nc(on,;follow|.d by entertainment. Dim
too; would, lllto to thank McGnvln's Bak-    will return to Secheit at 3:30 p.m.
cry for donating the pies foj? the contest;        Auywtehbig reaervatlonson tlio bus or
olso to Mrs. Criek, who, )aj;^r rin1will tie   requifing tr4nsiportation to, the Bus Depot
calling on frieniJs to donate the plea for  Should!'.phono, Mn..,'J. Enefor at Gibsona,
FiW pHzo
^t'PHiniT fSifi7PH^ rllfn^P     ^'^ resident Mr. Archie Sc-ott knew,
Redrooffs for day trip *^&%-»?£Jg&
picnic for tho Senior citizens of i3mnch, (teftlper,,<?eritol fite[, prize, oyer, to Aux-
flo, sponsored )ay the Sunshine Coast ' iliary President Mrs.O. Sladey 1'
Lions , Club,' will* bo  held  at* Cooper's    ■ """■"*' ••-■—U—J -*— r	
Gr<X'n, Redrooffs on Sunday, July- 20,    7
i:.';.::'.The"bU9 will leave Secheit Bus,Depot
at 10 30 a.im. sharp and lunch will be nt
this worthy cauae.
Ono of,bur little friends got a1 small
divor bird on his line; wants to know if
he can enter it In the contest;! will hov^
to bring tliat before the committee. I do
hope you will excuse mo for takl^fj up
your valuable time, thanking you once
ngn|n for your kindness.       . ,    .
880-2005 or Mvs; Alice Bntchelor, Secheit j
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r Anyone wishing,to b<x>k reservntionaS
^ritl*,v:PWW NfttioniHiErhibltlon Gold.,
en AgerB Day on ^.ugust 19th *»hould nlso
tcl^i.Koiie;tho«arhe,numbers, listed nhovc,
Kver^ thought Well-rounded Ixrcomcs a
apherc of influence. C
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Mr/* W. AfweM owl Fomrff
WW id cKpress to Mr many
fffffmi^ iWr heart felt thbnks
foi* tho mptemiom ot sympo-
tl.y ton-les-etl Ihahi during Ihoir
retm$ bcrmv&mcrit lit the loss
of Mm. Pearl Arnold.
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wooden shades, bought unfinished Ot a furniture store and
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long-handled roller for painting the ceiling; o three-inch
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doing the fine lino between the walls and coiling. If you use-
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painted in no time. And don't forget a heavy plastic drop
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Association. Just wash the surface with a mild detergent
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* f*,»'i>^^**^*^A.i*t»»fiAV» Ai-iiripTirw^^jHM^^-f*^^^ S^^^'^,f**w*V^ ine^fr+l,*^  *. ^3elt_-a I;  'f9yfi^Yyy*>rF*,,*(:'av^^'Pf^x^iA^ ^ tr��. wi'/*-fr^��^F��n-.fih>**f*,��,'<*'��>r&o��*'}hv\w^ /*sf^*&,y y^Wi'-'^ a/ t.'*y.y-Yyja^i  <*"*.*Jfy   :'     ' C;<"     ^-'"Al  /'% :^ *ll1'*- :t.- YlV;"'Y^l' ���'', yYYy'': ^i'^ W*y^A     's ' yy '"' y^y<r\yr;^   y  Arotir^Mk^ns  ^IJPk WAS H pleasant day on Saturday, July  _t j- 5 when;Mr, <dnd* MreYClareChamber-,  lin* celebrated their fiOth. wedding anniver-\  sary,, Surrounded^ by members of * their ���  ,* family, the hap*^, couple received friends,  ( and* relatives; apprpii-hidately1'100 peq^le  ( '.eailted' to? congratulate them when a*delightful open 'house was held at" their  hOmeFlrom %i��<*p,m. and? 1 till '8 p_m.  ,.  .;- Acting Mayor Ken1 Goddard % and j Alderman Ken-Crosby made.presentation of  ��� ,a beautiful,, florals arrangement * to", this  pioneer couple on behalf of the Village of  Gibsons. *     * ,. " 'l   ',   -_  '~>  ���"     ��� Congratulatory telegrams were receiv-,  ��  ed from Queen, -Elizabeth the' Second, -  i Primer Minister' Pierre v Elliot  Trudeau,  - Premier W.A. C.and Mrs. Bennett, Lifeut-  , Governor of B.C., J, B. Nichplson, also,-  ( won. Isabel Dawson,   , , >  i*-    The Ghamberlins three daughters, and, -  , one son were' present.   There a*re seye��  great-grandchildiren;' of the rv�� graiide-ii!--*-  dren, li were in attendance; the otber one,  1 -Patrick McCartney, telephoned fromOn-  ,4ario.- A phone call w&Talso received from  Mrs. Florence Brown,' Wateliion Lakes,  Alberta. ;. .  ;  Many lovejy cards and gifts were xe-    Secret':Cove grille JfeBoft;tffl��iyfi&  ce*ved and a pwtfusion of exquisite flow-    x"'" " * " H~���'~~'L *---*-----*���-���-  ers were in evidence; all; attesting ,4�� thfe  ( high esteem in,,which this popular, couple  is held. Among, the cards 'was one designed and inade. by a granddaughter,  Sharon, in which was a poem that'she; had  Written especially for this day.' '  - Most delicious and dainty refireslmients>  were {Served, The? tea table graced with a  pretty lace cloth, was centered with a  handsomely decorated three-tier fruit cake*  featuring a gorgeous diamond-shaped trim  efegantly enhancing the icing.      .    *  This occasioa was, one at which friends *  and relatives from all up and down the  Sunshine Coast could renew* acquaintances. Vivacious and animated con-versa-  tions added to the enjoyment of the Jay  as^toeal people joined'in reminiscences  with out of town guests who were Mrs.  Mabel Chamberlin from Boyston, Vancouver Island; Mrs. Nina McCartney and Mrs.  *B> Antoniak, Knutsfbrd; Mr. and Mrs.  Michael McCartney, Kelowna; Mr. and  Mrs. Lavigne, Haney; grandson Don Tre-  thewey and his wife Joanne who came  up from CorvaUis, Oregon; Bay and Harriett Chamberlin and son Gordon, also  their daughter and her husband Gail and  Barry Heqquist all from Vancouver. Mrs;  Irene Hunter and son Jonn came on Friday from Boyston, Vancouver Island j��  lyisit bdt were unable- to remain for the  festivities.  isiloris', ctfi<  ,*' ' ' ���  WEEKEND'Fishing Derby sponsored'by  -Pender Harbour Hospital Auxiliary  and* held' JulyJ 5- 6 < was very well "deceived bj^toeal residents and tourists,1 '  ' Most of tbe, larger salmon were caught  on Saturday but before final weigh-hxat  Indian Island Marina on Sunday, a steady  .stream of smaller salmon, huge cod fish"  and* red snappers were keeping Auxiliary  ' ^embers busy. "  ,0.-Mel^illiams Ltd* of Vancouver. Boy  JPantages'bf VaiieouVer ivon a card of lures  dbna^ed by Sport Distributing Co, of Vancouver. |  * ''     >  CO-OPEBATION ,  The  Derby  Committee   is   certainly  grateful for tbe, cheerful* co-operation of  Auxiliary members, resort owners, stores  and bait saip establishment for their help  "in selling tickets,  ��f|:|    ** 5*? rtof$100wenttoArehJeS^ -,-- -^m* Mrs. ^ McKittrick  of Indian  rS>4|   of Madeira Park who generously donated; -^^j^^ ^^ thek premises tor  W^J^��S��!��&   ^weigH-indffish^yed^feeteAu,-  ^.n _. > Growths  ��ndj  styrGtbim  theFS^ltei*ed  hmg 'p7CMer  !:,<  **  4.   *  "t*  I   1  *.--'  ���*"--.  "-      P..  i  A  -���*'  r -!  _*������  -      _      ^��-  ��               ^  *_p-  *  *        i    '   ���__  . i      - ���<_(   ^  "  �� i  *  ** \    '-*'.*<  -���>'-����� I','1,''  v*i    "   \*a ��;  v    ��� ?  *_  )  1>  fLrt ��   1_  -           ��    >  4  ������  . *  ��  ^  -  #*  ��  mf  *.  -  ���A           i*mm         iw^"  '-.  -_. -���  /  Activity  ,   Born at-Gibsons Landing, Mrs. Cham-    ;tM    ,.*_�� ^- * ^  y^V ^/^ ' 1*1      1/   "       :   >'        ft      ^   s"�� i   * *  tezX^ss&igi ���S^'S^fSftSsas Halfmoon Bay Happenings  home at Summerland, B,C,1  ���Mr, Barry Delagofof 4510 l^apaimo'^t,,  Vancouver, caught a nice 27.5 lb, salmon,  winning second prize of $5p donated by(  B.C. Packers, Mr. Delago also made a"$5  donation to the, Auxiliary. *  -  ���piird prize, a iittte Chief' Electric  Smoker donated by t��uhr Jensen and sons,  went to Mr, Jim Taylor of New W*stioiu- _  ster who was staying at Larson's Besort.  Mr. Taylor caught 2fU5 pound salmon.   .  Coming ar close fourth with ^ 26 pound  salmon.' Mrs, Anne Kurluk of Secheit won  tho rod and reel donated by Hpffais Limited of Vancouver, '  For the largest fish other than salmoni  Mr, Don Embery of Madeirisl Park won a  SU. fatfiom coil of braided weedline  donated-by Trans Pacific Trading Co, of  Vancouver,  HIDDEN WEIGHT  Mr, Chick Page of Madeira Park wswt  an air pump for a bait tank donated by .  Vancouver Tackle Co,  Two Mustang Floater jackets donated  * by 'Mr, Bussell; Young of C, P. Leckie in  Vancouver west^ also hidden weight prizes  and wori-.byMrs, Sogers of Francis Pei>in>-  sula and Mr, Fred Brown of Vancouver,  LtfCKY TICKETS  Winners in the lucky ticket draw were  Bon Srnails of Madeira Park who now has  an- electric tooth-brush donated, by GuK  Oil of Canada,' Mrs. Boucher of Francis  Peninsula won Imperial Oil Company'^  donation; of an, insulated 'Hicrma-Serve  set Bill CFamenon of Mbdeira Park' won  the Nite-Hawk. Lantern- donated by W,'  iliary members, and generally, made itfie  Derby, weekend an .enjoyable experience.  * * i y *     '  pifizens' Home poup  elects full executve  AT A-meeting of the, Board of Directors  ., of ttie Sunshine Coast Senior Citissens'  Housing Society held at ihe Ben Firth  home on July 7th, the following officers  were,, elected; president. Canon Alan  Greene; 1st Vice-President, Frode Jor-  genson; 2n4 Vice-President, L, P, Hansen; LegatSecretary, A.'T, B, Campbell,  "JQjC.;'Assistant Secretary, Mrs. M, Tinkley; Treasurer, B, D, Flrih,  f A yote of thanks was extended to two  retiring* Directors, Messrs, Norroan Bur-  ]eyJ and Ben hang for their loyal service  during their terms of office.  , Appointed- to the Admissions Com*  mittee were Mrs,' Wm. McGregor, Mrs,  Mary-Walker and Francis W, Stowe. Applicants for suites at Green Court should  apply' to Mrs, McGregor for application  forms���Box 68J,- Secheit,  In the Fall, the attractive landscaping  of the homes will be enhanced by the  planting of several flowering shrubs  which have been donated as Memorial  tributes.  A ceremony will be arranged in the  pear future to unveil two plaques at the  site' of the Homes. One will explain the  derivation of the name "Green Court"  and the other will pay tribute to the part  played in the building of the homes by  the Provincial Government.  bf the founder of Gibsons, the late G. W  Gibson,  -._���.*���?!  chelt Xhief foroaght m. two barges   ,y;l--.        ",   '   y.'    y.    ;r;\ ���by Mary Tinkley  ShShJ^Tl^Zf m5&- m, lm*   f<>rinsmamnatSecretTCove;Mar5ne **&?*%*%*?* ^"t^^'ISSS' ^"f���5?' ^,sfc^f^s wbs&m  worn be came to Gibsons. Mr. and Mrs.    *R**?m-t IM   Thp nr*fnhrw>��t_y_ f(cWte   -, /Ladies^ Gui,ld; at the Hu^iJOuffMiome- .where die underwent treatment.  Chambers were married m Gibsons on   <22nJZZJJS/VSSt^S". on-Titesday/July 22,at 7:30 p^io w*# At the Bedrooffe B��So** are Hr. and  ./���*?* -f!i^l>,nangeme^sr^idmg 4he Country Mrs. David Smith with son~BiE from  UL ��� - Fak *> ^ fcelf^t'9>ope^���FGreen^ tbe Vancouver; Mrs. Smith is a daughter of  ______         .     . "day, July 26, 'poba*- the late-Mr, and Mis, Wm* Grundy,  Jta Cooped Had a visit* from his broth***  er Kenneth and' wife Lillian of Calgary.  Ken Cn^Oper has just retired from, service  witfy." the p/Pfy as Stationrnaster at ^Calgary; Y -i'. -feftS^jusl. ^u^.*tU'.i-s*��")-V^.;'.y  V-Msatiosruwr at'tfie'Franfc Cla^dons ore  their son George with his family from  ��� * ��� *���        r ���        * Vdncouvfir, ���        ���** \  Miss Fannie Grant was bostess at her   ��**' an^ Mcs' Wm* ^^Affja*01' '   V''' V    ^ members' will' make"' an effort ix> be \  home recently when representatives of the      ' Mfcss Florence ��amcs of New, Westmin-   present.  July 5, 1909 and .with the exception ht  ' ^iHt9** �� V�������** Bay, have lived in  Gibsons. We wish them continued'bappi-  ness. *v  HEBE AND THEBE  Vancouver IslaadL.  ,*; "' * ,Y - *��� ^ ��� ( ^^^'afiemodn, -of ^^,^.��� ���, ���. .���,���  Neva Cowan have- returned* to Vancouver v tions are/bein^yireceived for the rummage  where Neva is anr acco^mtant "for.O.B. sale.' *be grpcpry hamper, fishpond and  Allan Ltd. Jewellers, Mrs. Arinuf Cowan'   feewiag stalls and can .be left at the Htigh  pPMflWf^^  mMmmmmmmmwqpep  PMOI41 883-2340  ^awaaiigi'ise^wjj-  ws$��  &��Mamsmmmmmxmwm^m^^  .H/txs, E. E. Pearce's guests are her  daughter, Mrs. B, J, Petersen of Cedar  United Chiu^S^si^the'diok^^    S^wto "b&^ r^if reUu^'fn^^a     - ^ere ��pi��a^^ll�� ^^'yFallTlwa, with Kip and Mlssie,  Christian Education .Committee honored    huh^-* c-  "���** ��-i ���*-������-- *-*-*���*-    �������������  w����  ��� *^-^"�����-i���   -*��������***'��� **-���'-'*-      ���  l^ifis Jean Bobertsba who" has been actively connected with these groups. Miss Bob-  ertson will be ieaving the community and  !��T^��� no��ia fiareweI1 ^ft was made  by Mr. W. S, Potter.  Coming from Williams Lake to visit  his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Single-  T-f?Jlfireywere Uonel Singlehurst Jr.  With his wife Edna and their two children  Leslie and Llndsey, Their daughter Ann  and her husband Mr, and Mrs. W, Smiet-  enknap from Vancouver, alsocame to visit  With their parents and grandparents,  > Mr, and Mrs. Singlehurst Jr. were  amazed at the changes in Gibsons since  hvfolay in Great. %*ftain W^-a. Visifair    BeacH Hall on -.Wednesday, July, i$ at;, spenking the summer at th? Moirice Han-  with her brother-in-law arid sister -Mr, aad  Mrs, B, J, Wisken, Point Bd,. ���  Becent guests of Mrs- E, Lawrence  were Mr. and Mrs, Marshall and family  from New Westminster whene Mr. Marshall is a nurse at Boyal Columbian Hospital  8 Pf!r .   -��' . '��" Jw|)i��)iheai��MUteaM'PauUne2k>siakof  Admission^ is.free, cards 5 eents each;'- Vancouver with Michael and Gail  and everybody welcome, .   , ��� -, iter*, owners' of the' Broach cottage >at  WEDDING '      ^Welcome,'Beach are,Mr, and Mrs, J, P,  Mrs. Elizabeth Pearce was in Vanobu-  , Hodgson" of J-tew Westminster and their  ver recently to attend the wedding of her ' daughter, Mrs, B. G. Allan of Coquitlam  , gran-Jdaughter, Jwdiih Irene 'Anderson to   . who were working on the property last  Mrs. Bussell Cramer m a ^jWjJ*' ' Lar^r'Ba^^tf'at the Alta'yl��to Baptist    weekend. The' cottage Will be used as a  dntttid'-w^th* hanging white rewbudi 200  guests attended the reception -which fo'lA  Lowed at the Bose Garth, New Westminster.' ������"'!'���       ,        /"f/"' ',,  T*he bridk^ho Is the oiay.d$tghter of  Mr, and JMts, George Andfer��>��J,'(.fJ South    weekepd ,visltin$ relnttves there.  Mrs., Danny Smith in Vdnopuver, recently.  A^iong ihose attending Fra^er VaJleJ.  Cam^, at Claybura from July 14-19* arte  All,-and Toni With.  ; Mr. and Mrs. Stan Harris from Vai*--   - , fe���._ ,,. WUBma slTxe    couver were visitors to Gibsons rHemy7  they lived on Gower Point Bd some veara    ]^; Hafri^ was ��sseciated Wjth. the Co��op  ago, when Mrs. Singlehurst' Jr.  taught    ^^L * eaTr,y ****.Lhere.���- .     .^ ��..', '  school at Bobcrls Cm;l.. �� Albert Jr. and Bea Weal," with W&loe    ^~-^��, ._   -.,_,,���  r^_,_.���  Mr, and Mrs. L. O. Hunter entertained    an^ Gre? from ^"e^ve*" visited Jwr, ana    where she" has been a frequent visitor at  fit a delightful tea at their beautiful home    Mxs* Amold Blomgren.   The J**"- Albert    the home of her grandmother for many  in Langdale Heights honoring Mr   and    WeaDfoibily spent i* weel? eomjfhm toe   ���yejara.'-, *  Mrs. Sin^Jehurst Jr. and Mr. and" Mi-*     W ^^{i^^ **> '      ,     .  ^nietenlcnap, ��� MfYandl Mrs. Cjyaham McLean ��md  Guests at the home of Mr and Mrs fara^ imtn P^W George Were fidtors  Dick Blakeman, Hehry Boad,'were Mrs. to ST^������ ^ '^"i^ ��.  Jim Allan and two children from Bur- Col,n Swmney w*�� vacationing at  ���naby. Visiting at the Blakeman home for Cnmbr0��k ****> week. ��� , .  a, week are Mr. and MnTompSriand W* Btokemah. was hojidaying .Wlih*  tlireo sons fibm Seattle. friends in Seattle, Washington.,  Visiting tlus ibome of her son-Sn-law  and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Wdn-  handl, is the tatter's mother, Mrs. Arnold  from Prince Albert, Saskatehew-aa  ���;���. At the home of Mr; and Mrs. J. A  Wteklund, Sbamea Pt��� for a week were  their gifanddaughters, Laurie and Dana-  frbm Coquitlam, whose parents viteited  sbew on the wieekend.  ^ Kelora Sdiroers is visiting her aunt in  Calgary, having travelled by,plane with  her grandmother who Is holjdaying there,  Miovirlng. tlie recent arrival of, Mrs.  Sehroe,rfeSr;;ftx)nt'overseas. '  '  Cohgr^utatlons to Mr. and Mjra. BlaSr  Pearl on tjie birth of a eon Tyler Biqhard,  ? lbs. n% oi. at SL Mary*a Hospital,  June 18,  Mrs, Burton and granddaughter Miss  Churcih Burnaby. The bride wore a full.  summer home for themselves and mem-  lpngiti, gown fri lace and oarrifid' ��t white    bers bf ineir family.  , ^_Gti��*st'of Mr_*. Buby Wame is he** sfe-  ter--in-law," Mrs, Mary Long of Victoria.  Mm Archie Butherford and Loujjse accompanied theSjf guests, Dana and Dereen  Spence, hbme to Vancouver and spent the  -jawwwiw^  ��lrwj>rt      J _-.it*. j-  SATURDAY DELIVERIES  GRAVEL *  DITCHIHG  EXCAVATING  ��� BACKH&ES  B0%i7Z  SeeM!  885*9666  MOT  IMMgBMUMI  mmM  wzzzz  ���MmmwmamaqmmmmmmMaimem^  v^umal?y, .is- "Well known ft��a fiodfooffs'  p& ^AfCATI^N  Vmoatiohetta are still ftoctribg. to the  :&��sa,* despite unseaisonable weat3i��r ajid  poor fishing. \  Chests of 3^-rs. IMary Harvey are Betty  arid PaufL ^as^.r from', h#, mrdh" town,  M(Jdep��k 'Calit^irtia, Mrs. Harvey, tad re-  Mr,.and-Mrs,, Erm White have returned  after spending1 a" fe# days at the home  of their son Bob in North Vancouver,  \rVaJter Safety says,  ���'K^ep air-Inflated toys  but of tho water. Play  with them on tlio beach  where thoy belong.''  ���itmwwwmii  THEI  -���presents���  IE  /.  starring: |  Ho&eft Mifchn��^ Ro{tKsitJt|-oA  Peter Folk     **"  Technicolor - Onemascqp**  Cartoor.  starts 8 p.m. out 10 p.m.  Pr.#*jr, Saturdayt Meisdtff  j...y 18, 19, 21  s  "-\  Customers cpf S^clieft Waferworlcs ifd#/ are hereby not if-  ccd that tie S1HSHINE COAST igGiONll PiSTIICT has  expropriated tlie wofer sfsfent of the Company EFIFEG-  fl��i JULY1 % -If69^ W��ter rotes payabfocfwarferly cifter  July 2#/1969 shoulfl Ito paid to' fit�� Regtoitaf - District- ot  eir office'��! Dcwis-1  CIIAIII.ISS f- e#HDIi*^  Semttto Cczt^ V7:y:'i:.::zfl ��� Blzh2ct  Labatfs: the true-blue beer.  1W�� ��4v��rtl����(ft��iit I* not fhibftti. ��4 er dhtftytd by tR#  itafuwr Ce��tirel WWlttr or |py ttm <3��w*r*"JW#W��f British C*��fsW.��  C-,  i  *^*f>^j-vtvp^^  ^^^^^m^^^rti,^^^^ ���.-*^**^>  "* uUft���#W <%�����*��������*��*    ^J%p��^^����f(*Jl<-*����*llrf')t'  B. IH^*,'***.   tyvtam Bl^^^y*^*^^^^^^^^^^^.^,^^^^*.)!^^^^  n  ff  ll i  Y  *^p��lw��Wi��i-(^^[W*^^��p*t'%#p(^*   iy^* i**1* ��*%,^rtj.,t_ ^W^yp^yiji  v^y^^v %yT'''Y ",^:^:>t> i".v.,.s\. '���:},\1\,;;  ____,-_^_J*l-^_.._'^__ei^_l>^p^��,_u,;  ie ibjre,sl"liaive(si ���.  *- ***.  .'and*sometimes) through co-operative; pro^jj  -.grains iniwhich bothfindu_|l[y and, govern- -  ment participate," Its pbfi&sp: also/ys&esi  -. from ..pki-fe -toiplace,1; giceording^o need.*  in sopiib aifeas/pro^atosiaib.-aiihed'R--iepy ; f||  1 reestablish th^' forest on abandonedylaiwJY  ' where attempts ,afc agrfctiiture ifatteaYorj  n^yy/',,/,.-?,;-; _ , ,. \- -T> ���)* ., , �������� j* ��� ; ^ Y ���* * ' , wnere ,axtempis fat agripuwre rauea,rOrj {��$&��  /lyi 'A ^(Editor's note:,-This is^the fifth in'a ,-jb increase forest productivity;Wdujd be where fire or other,special, caiises Jbn,ve7; ftl^fl  ySi -\ <* '     'seven part, series which tells of the for-?   'inquired to provide the harvest for which    hindered natural reproduction.* i*7fj��4{k$t iWhm-  '   ������  "Aw  y *  } F   !'"  1 * -.j *  lyh\.  yyfY,;  . ^   .(I  . a l i  '   ?!  I  j1 b*  .y  i -  Y  I !* i  :/)  i ,1  I'   !-  .1  '   I  est, the vray in which it -is harvested by there could be a1 need by the year 12000. ^ The goals n^y^jbe.jvery'r^^cificy.lh _  the puljp andrpape'r industry, and* the. "( Work to enhance the value of the for- Ontario, for example, F^hepe^rttnent.of"  benefits, both economic and ^social which    est, by improving, its ability-io meet the    Lands and Forests^estimates tbat^'avei?-^  it provides for communities like PoweU  Biver.)    ? , '  THOSE who own and those who harvest  the forest must ensure^ that a new crop  will grow where the old one is removed,  , They must also see that the harvest idoes  not exceed the ability of the land to produce wood in. the next rotation; and that  adequate steps are taken to protect the  forest* from fire, insects, and disease.  In most areas of Canada nature herself  plants lavishly, and can be relied upon to  produce a new crop following/the harvest.  With some species, such . as' spruce and  balsam fir,* the* new' growth/comes chiefly  from  seedlings  already established be-  heeds of tomorrow, assumes a wide vari- age of 15 cords of, wood per acre is. being. $  ety'ihFCanada, and undoubtedly will ac- obtained today on harvesting operations/  celerate in years to come. It includes ef- throughout the province. It;isf;,planned"--  fbrts to increase growth by more intensive that future rotations will increase * tjia|'  forest management, by harvesting over-    yield substantially. 7     y,*   .   &<*��*"'  ���*������-���     ���   -  * ->        The silvicultural measures4hem5elv���ss;-t  are of a wide variety. They Includ<�� plant-i ?  ing of nursery stock, or tiny seedlings en-Y  cased in plastic tubes (more than 100 miii-Y  lion trees now are planted; annually.*, in*  Canada); aerial seeding; development of  superior trees and their propagation .in  tree, orchards; thinning of &ome * stands}  mature stands where the "volume of wood  'is constant or aptually declining,* and by  restoring forest growth on lands denuded  by fire or by unsound attempts at agriculture which have removed from wood  production millions of acres of excellent  forest -land ' _.  Forests take so many years to ^ grow  that these  studies  methods,  Moreover, much is still to be learned on  YY  .  ���M iyf ^ tips V*- **-i*v3*   V-�� *.-������"*'  ,- V     '**���     F��l''i,  TK *i fonrnmh' T^mes i  ��� . *      .      Y"  J   **��� t   ** . 3   <    ��   N       >      ,->  .   1  t  U .  ��� i i.'  '��!��������   V   <  '^j��~\\fy&y��i^dr��\Ow^ ^meij-t,;"  * ,*'  >F. F-  * 4u$ryr<Za}Wi is vjttogressing.;' improved    ters. Nevei?a_eles% tlie*federal government  "means^pfforest management'are i3U��dert has enlarged its.-ac&v^iesYconsiderably  ^constant -Jjstudy, $Kthe P% ^and'Paper   - during recent years. -It provides assistance  . yBesearcb"Xnstifute;of Canada, wbich ��_^r- ( ��to.the provinces for cpnjpleting ^ndrevis^  * "ates *under,aAboai?d j^-pinisenting tiie:pulp , -ing their forest inventories, for reforesting-  : and 'paper in4u&try, 'the'fedei*al govern-   "unoccupied Cfawn lands,, and also for for-^  meat, -indiUplcGill University: .TherJiiduii-:  est protection, constniction of forest access  t^also7supik��i?ts the Woodlands Sectioft ^.Coads.andt airfields,', ahdforest standim-  >f the CanadianvPiih> and Paper-Associa-',   provement. It also rrtakes a valuable con-  ��� tion and its m%'than 1,600^membersrin   -tribution to forest management through  '-*��� then efforts4o develop and apply, scierf*'* rits forfest insect and.pathological service  rific l?nowle<lge*^ logging,'silviculture^    and basic forest research' activities,  yand indeed all* aspects-of forest managed ,      These  various, activities and studies  neath the' mature and over-mature trees    suck matters asi the speed at which*a new    of equipment capable of coveting large z      *  ,v. r-,*- -. >   ' '.��  t (    ~   ^~~.    ~  which are removed.   With some others,   ^orest will'grow and reach maturity in    areas economically'is becoming available,    growth;,the effects of mechanization on  *-_;** _-v     t\-nA      T\rt��i**1r��r>     ���_?�������      -f>_��-     nVOmnlA       VtlHf-. �� - . ��*.i -..��,.- II1L. _. U_ut:_._KM.4.M��_M    H_L._J    _��_._._-__��"_._-_* _-..^".    1*  _.___4J__-        ��__��      _tl_.___        _.r___._ JI*  _______.X__.__.11__.__I  pine and Douglas fir, for example, harvested areas can be seeded naturally from  adjoining, stands or trees left a_i seed  sources for the future.  To go beyond this, that is, to prod  _ nature to grow wood more rapidly; to  produce superior species ot trees; to estab-  Canada, in areas which have been* liar-  vested only once. Throughout the country,  .most pulpwood is still produced from virgin stands, and this will continue for several decades. ^ * ,,  / The views of Canadian foresters are  constantly being revised in the light of  There are helicopters ahd fixed-wii-C^air- regrowth. in," tth'e woodlands; controlled  craft for seeding and spraying; machine' burning as a meaxi-. of converting a stand  planters capable of planting as many as , to a different species; and numerous other  10,000 seedlings per day; and a variety of practical problems directly and indirectly  devices for scarification:1- choppers/7disc affecting their .operations,  harrows, steel pipe fitted with _x#_rkying,. Mostr companies-operate forest test  blades, lengths of heavy anchor chain, ah<Lf plots, and'-seyeral .operate* research for-  lish new growth on lands where natural    more complete knowledge. It will be many bulldozer blades fitted with special teetfcY ests. TheSe'may be relatively small area^.  regeneration would not occur or would    years before they are able to operate in Sometimes, automatic seeding equipment ��� perhaps'managed..in co-operation with a.  be unusually slow; this is to apply a more    the sure and certain knowledge of the out- accompanies the scarifier.       '      " > -,       reseaKfa Forg-Uuzaiioi-T. or' large' tracts pt  intensive forestry, and a wider variety of    come of their efforts. Nevertheless, a large The pulp ,and paper companiejy<"<8irry J several hundred -"squate. iniles. _ In some  silvicultural activities. Increasingly, these    amount of silvicultural work is carried on. on studies aimed at the improvement bf;7 instances, ^conjunction with federal and  activities arebeingundertaken, They may        Sometimes the work is performed by their stands.   These^ 'cbvefcya "rang^;of ; prov-ndar^Wtborities, ^fong^teqn'ejiperi**  pulp and paper companies; sometimes by woods problems; the eflfeet of "th-_nning,ihe ' meats ane poi^ueted to, determine the cut- -  governments, both provincial and federal; forest; use of fertilizers to encoupa^. tree -. ting.metK^|s,iliat w;iB best combat insect,  seem, by their very nature, tbbe desirable,  But they must be considered with a regard  for' the overall economic well-being of  Canada; for their results should be Worth  their cost.   .  In Canada'as in other countries, the  forest^ has, been treated in different -ways  at'different times. To the early settlers it  provided fuel and shelter; but it was also  an obstacle, to be cleared for the plow.  Later, during the great timber trade of  the 10th century, vast areas of Eastern  Canada" were stripped of their trees, in  total disregard of the future. Only during  the present century, and largely as a result of tremendous growth in pulp and  paper production, has forest management,  on the principle of sustained yield been  practiced.  - Under sustained yield management, the  cut must not*exceed the growth and the  forest capital is preserved. Traditionally  in Canada, this principle generally was  applied within the limits of natural  growth. Nature took its course, seeding  and nurturing the new crop in its own  time and its own way. More recently, as  it has become clear that world demand for  forest products will increase enormously  in years to come, the need to stimulate  forest growth through an intensified silvicultural program has been recognized.  At the National Forestry Conference,  convened by the federal government in  1986, it was predicted that the total ts. oo'd  M��M����MiBie��Mg  RBB  and 13.9 billion by the year 2000. The  requirements for pulp and paper manufacture would contribute most to this, increasing from 1,7 billion cubic feet in 1965  to perhaps 2.7 billion in 1975, and 9.2 billion by the end of the century, ' '  The conference concluded that the forests of Canada could certainly supply the  level of demand predicted for* 1975, However, it also considered that a major effort  / f*, -r- >!i   *���* ',i��\��i i^*����-��"^r��f*, -"w-^'Fijjriwfrtw^wK**  yS ,V'- * *y* V ,  w.'_V.ft  .... Y  Aerial fertilization  Fertilization as a 'means of speeding  tree growth is receiving careful  study in Canada.  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