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The Peninsula Times Aug 13, 1969

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 ^k^-^^ r- **  Secheit sea wall. ..    . -   __ ���*. :,-:  Start planned this fall  on waterfront improvement  COMMENCEMENT of a waterfront im-    normal' land values, a change in assess-  provement project along Boulevard is,   ment would be made according to the sell-.  We0#1&aadian GrapJiiVIndustries Ltd.,  ��� 60&;?est 5th Aye A ' y'K' "y y',:  'anewwwr 9t "S��C�� (l .*  y,   , -    *  AUG 15 REC'fl  planned for this fall and will,' to large  extent, follow an engineering plan provided some months ago by a planning consultant.  First stage of the scheme will be construction of a sea wall running' out to a  minimum of 40* from property lines, this  will be filled to road height thus providing for a 20' road, the remainder to be  utilized for parking, picnic sites, etc.  Council accepted the recommendations  of Aid. Norm Watson and agreed ,to seek  tenders for the work. Another suggestion  by Watson was also approved, a series of  bumps along Boulevard in order to slow  down hotrodders. He said it had been  brought to his attention that a number of  people choose to speed up and down the  road creating a hazard, dust and noise.  Council has agreed to budget a certain  sum each year'for the project and the first  section will be from the existing piling  wall fronting the old hotel property toward the existing picnic site for a distance  of 200'.  SEEK ASSESSMENT  Aid. Watson,- reviving an earlier request for information regarding assessment on a five acre property owned by  Secheit Lands Ltd. said the company had  asked an excessive price for the- lapd  when the School Board wished to -buy1 it  and he wondered just what the assessor  considered it to be worth.  Clerk Ted Rayner said the amount it is  assessed has no relation to what the company considers it to be worth. He explained that while the property-is assessed at  ing price when sold. In other words, the  next owner would be the one likely to pay  higher taxes. As io working out the present taxes on the five acres, this wofild  prove difficult for the block is only a portion of what remains of Block 11.  Alderman Morgan Thomson suggested  some idea might be obtained from the  assessed figure on the three acres the company sold the Senior Citizens Housing  Society for $15,000.  Still not satisfied, Aid. Watson asked  Mr. Rayner to arrange a meeting between  himself and the assessor next time he is  in the area.  HYDRANTS  Cost of fire hydrants is more than $400.  each with fittings and presently beyond  village budget although a need exists. In  order <to trim expenditure, consideration  has been given possibility of obtaining  used models.  Aid. Watson drew attention to the fact  ���see page A-6  Nurseryman recovering  cut throat during iall  MR. .MACK BABA of Mack's Nursery,  Roberts Creek, suftered a nasty accident last week which almost took his life;  he is now out of danger and making good  progress in hospital. The accident happened while pruning a hedge for Mrs.  Cliff Salahub, when he fell and cut his  throat on the shears. Prompt action on,the  part of Mrs. Salahub in getting Mr. Baba  to hospital and immediate attention, helped save his life. '     ,.  False pretences . . .  ��  serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Grantham's Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Crea-s.  .Vilson Creek, Selmo Pork, Secheit, Holfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Horboor, Modeiro Pork, Kleindole, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmoop  -       ��� - F "  r  ' Registration No, 1142  2nd Class Mail  V i  r  5T "*�� "*- .**��� 7"  n  1~r  t.  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NEW HOMES  Council ' last week approved permits  for two new-homes to be built in Village  of Secheit, one. near- Hackett Park and  one oh Block 9, Porpoise Bay. Mayor  Swain expressed the view it is good to  have a little new construction in the area.  FIREHALL  One tender only was received by Gibsons Council for extension of the present  firehall. This was $6,386, approximately  double the amount planned for. It was  suggested, local builders be contacted and  asked just what they would do for $3,000.  k-tfCkY^EAK- -  - '-Y-  Y  Con-staole Hans Burki . of ,, Gibsons  RCMP" detachment has been selected - as ���  one of a contingent of six officers to represent British Columbia at Expo 1970 to be  held in Japan from February to September. Thirty-five officers were- interviewed.  Welcome Sign  Alderman Ken Crosby of Gibsons   famous  "Salmon Rock."   Gateway  who helped design new welcome signs    signs were erected by MunicipaMy of  is very happy wiUi y*ork of sign writer Ivlr. Dave Pinkney. Inside the  bright yellow circle wliich symbolizes  the Sunshine.is a bright blue salmon  and Gibsons now lays claim to the  Gibsons on North Road and Marine  Drive and a third sign without the  "gateway" was placed at the western boundary on Monday.  Volume 6. No. 37 |Qc  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1969  Elphinstone graduate  air hostess i with PWA  LOOKING   very  attractive   in  her  new  Pacific Western- Airlines uniform,  twenty-yeiar-old Annette- Hansen's matching blue eyes -were just, radiating happiness when she stepped into the Times office last Saturday morning. Her happiness was fully justified for Annette has  achieved ; her ambition to be an airline  stewardess.  The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul  Hansen of Big Maple Motel, Wilson Creek,  Annette graduated from Elphinstone in  June 1967. A papular student, in grade  ten she was chosen Snowfiake Queen and  in grade.eleven was vice-president of the  Student's CounciL She also played on all  school teams besides serving on the Year  Book staff and Sports CounciL       ���  After graduation Annette studied for  one year at vocational school and on completion of. the secretarial course, worked  in a lawyer's office. But all -the time Annette was wailing -to become 20 years old  when she would be eligible -to apply for  a'job with an airline;  Accepted by PWA, A11-*1*1*** graduated  last Friday with honors from the four-  week course at the Industrial Airport,  Richmond, where she .studied airplanes  and also' took,a St. ��� John7.Ajnp'ulance  Course besides learning how *6 make long  flights seem less monotonous. Seventeen  girls and five men took ;the course.  At 6:45 a.m. on Monday Annette left  Vancouver International Airport for the  first flight of her two-week in-flight training, which took her to Prince Rupert. She  will fly on Boeing 737~and 707 and Con-  vair 640. in British Columbia, Alberta and  Northwest Territories and on International  Charter flights.  'kUF., ,*V-.-   ,,W.  ARRIVING in Secheit some months ago  as a building contractor, Dereck Marks  is presently sought by the RCMP after  failure to appear in court to face charges  of false pretences, last Friday, August18.  Marks appeared before Magistrate  Charles Mittelsteadt July 23, but was remanded to last Friday on bail set at $300.  Police were tipped off earlier in the morning ithat he and his family had left the  area but could take no action until lie  failed to appear at 10 a.m. for triaL  .A phone call a few minutes before 10  a,m_ revealed (the fact that his wife and  his parents were at the Vancouver International Airport waiting to board a plane  for Great Britain." Police questioned Mrs.  Marks who apparently claimed to have no  knowledge of her husband's whereabouts.  She and her in-laws later lefit the .country  but her husband is still missing-andan  order- for his arrest has '.been issued.' He  was .charged originally following an Incident involving passing of cheques .which  bounced.  IMPAIRED  Earlier in the week, Adilion Girard of  Pender Harbor,' appeared to answer a  charge of impaired'driving. Case was tried  by District Judge Eric Winch who fined  the accused $275 and. suspended his driving licence for 30 days.  Charged with consuming liquor in a  public place, namely "the dance hall at  Roberts Creek, Robert Coukell of Gower  Ppint,' Gibsons, was fined $50." "  Appearing before Judge Mittelsteadt in  Gibsons Court, Alan Evans, charged with  being a minor in possession of liquor, was  fined $50..  Robert Boyes, also of the Gibsons area,  was fined $50. He was charged with driving without due care and attention following a two-car collision in which he took  his eyes momentarily- off the road and  struck a parked vehicle.  . ...A.-bead-OA. sideswipe pi. Reid corner,  Gibsons, resulted in William Dean Warnes  facing a charge of failure to keep to'the  right of the highway.  He was fined $50.  For driving a motorcycle without insurance, Wayne Maxted was fined $50 or  ten days jail on failure to pay.  Compensation claim . . .  ^\  tVs  It  *  BUM OF $5,000 aiiked by the firm of Dayton & KniKhl for " pkmninK survey of  the urea recently taken into the Gibson.*.  Villano boundaries wan questioned by Alderman Ki-n CY9��by at Irrst meeting of ,  council.  Administrator Davo Johnston ''XpJnln-  .*d that it is e. M-ntial to K*:t guide liwrt  In regard to i.ubdivl��lonn, w:wi*i- Hiwh,  grades, etc, Alderman Crosby, however,  argued' that he fulled to pee why Mich a  project should be ro hard to plan. ' He,  Mild that originally, it wan bis Impression  tho price covered a plan for tin* entire vil-  laKc but now understand!. It is merely for  the area recently brought in. "It secnw to  ux; there are enough of us here to wit  down and plan a Rood deal of H, we also  haw a works foreman who, could draw up  a water line as well as Dayton," he Mud.  He added, "Kwrythmi: we do we ��ive  lilin without question and 1 think we  nhould have our own ideas on these Ihlngn.  1 could do it myself but am not paid for  that port of thing."  Aid. Crosby altso drew attention to the  fact that a plan previously carried out for  the villi-Kti a couple of y��u*n ar;o by another planner ham slnw been thrown Into  the "bottom drawer."  Mr, Johnston mttd mc p>i��n�� w��-re uA  entirety thrown into i* drawer and forgotten, in -some instances certain recommenda  tions were carried out. He expressed the  view tlwit it is necessary to have people  like Dayton /__ Knight the consulting engineers. Mayor Wally Peterson agreed,  stating "wc have to get this type of planning."  Aid. Gerry Dixon agreed 10 uome extent with Crosby, pointing out "we are  always leaning on Dayton and It secmi.  <o mc to be a high price that he pulled  out of a hat." Mr. Johnston commented  that originally Mr. Dayton had estimated  cost ��t $0,000 but at that -time had pulled  the amount out of the hat. However, he  explained, such work is expensive, "TIicm:  people are not cheap, but Ibcy have a set  price and all charge the same." he said.  Mayor Peterson added that the planning would eventually pay for itself by  providing better development, better roads  and subsequently bettor taxes. "We have  tried to figure out ft better way but have  failed," he said.  Aid. Crosby also drew attention to the  fact that council is paying the cnfilmicr a  retainer of $300 annually. He said hi**  concern came from the fact that 1he  amount asked Ift io much higher than  was previously paid for a complete plan  for the village, but is not against planning.  U was finally .moved by Aid, Dixon  that the engineer be asked to proceed with  proposed engineering plans.  ;%;{**'*;  $$& v  7r% <* ���*  Golden Opportunity  Secheit breakwater built by Federal  Government to provide , harbor of  refuge, two years ago, is still bypassed by vessels which crowd into  places which offer moorage facilities  along the coastline, A few fishing  and pleasure craft took refuge dining blustery weekend but no one has  taken advantage of a situation which  could attract marine visitors to Snellen.  PROVIDING expropriation of the Secheit  Waterworks by the Sunshine Coast Regional Board is valid, latest value put upon  it by the past owners, the Secheit Waterworks Company, has reached new heights  and could feasibly soar to in excess of  $200,000.  An earlier price asked by the company  was $120,000 but a counter offer of $69,000  ori. the^ .advice of consulting engineers) re-  sul*tQ^ln withdrawal of the facility from  th&Trnafk<*t. With- the. inte��>sts of -the' community at heart the Regional Board felt  obliged to expropriate as of July 1, 1969.  The Waterworks Company has -seen;  fit to .question validity of the Board's  action and has urged water users to pay  their bills into the company, also warning  that failure to do so will result in disconnection of water service.  Regional Board on the other hand  makes clear the* fact it has legally expropriated the Waterworks and is quite prepared to go to arbitration regarding price  but so far the company appears extremely  reluctant to comply.  However, the Municipal Act provides-  that in eases of expropriation of real or  personal property, claims for the property  should be made by the property owner by  notice delivered to the Clerk of the expropriating municipal corporation, to be  delivered within sixty days after service  of notice of expropriation.  Therefore, while still questioning validity of the Board's action, the Company's  legal representatives last week submitted  to the Board a notice of claim in order to  comply with the, Act should the expropriation be adjudged valid and according  to law..  Accordingly, the Company claims the  following by way of compensation and  damages in respect, of the purported expropriation by (the Regional District of the  properly of the Company:  Physical assets of intake, pipelines,  valves,   fittings,   storage   tanks~-$l(i0,000.  About 2% acres of l_ind at source of Chab**  man Creek���$510.00. Property held for  future use, capital cost of chlorinator installation ��� $561,00. Equipment ��� $799.00.  Prepaid expenses including 1969 taxes���  $662.50. Liability for severance pay���  $2,100.00.  Further to this, the claim continues:  Certain of the Company assets cannot be  valued at this time, therefore a general  unassessed. claim in respect ,,of -Easements,,,  ,Waiter.Ilight^.Rights-of-Way and JnCerests  in contracts*3r-d licences ii liiereby made; ���;  Ij^; addition, the Company claims the  'costs of liquidation, costs of preparation of  claim, including legal, engineering and  accounting fees, and costs of any arbitration proceedings taken.  Regional Board has not indicated any  intentions of further i action ' at this. time '  but it is assumed responsibility  for requesting arbitration rests with the Waterworks Company, .*,.'��.,  Regional Board advises water users  that their bills may be paid cither at the  Board Office at Davis Bay or at the Secheit Village municipal office.  \  k  *>**  /  /  New Career Y  Beginning a new career this weelc  Miss Annette Hansen, daughter 6f  Mr. and Mrs. Paol Hansen of Wilson  Creek, commences two weeks inflight training with PWA after graduating with honors from preparatory  training course.  Sechelf plans . . .  Alderman Rodway questions  inequitable garbage scheme  GARBAGE Collection Bylaw'came up for  approval at last mt-eting of Secheit Village Council and following a'few small  amendments was given first, second and  third reading but not before some controversy arose over the proposed pick up  regulation-.  As of next year, cost of, garbage service will be included In the Mill rate and  will affect all property owners within the  village.  Under the new regulations to be  Dr. Gordon Shrum  ���   4  ydro chairman hits back  supports spraying action  PREMIER W. A. C. Bennett promised the  Secheit Chamber of Commerce isoinc  month*, ago that when possible he would  visit Scchclt and last week. Hon. Isabel  Dawison notified Chamber Chairman Erie  Hensch the Premier would visit the firr-a  Thursday, August 21. The MLA asked Mr.  Hensch would he care to make arrangements for light refreshments ami extend  invitations to local authorities and anyone  el��c wishing to meet the Premier.  Being iHm-poJitical, a meeting was called of the executive nnd in view of the  fact an invitation had previously been extended by the,chamber,'11k executive by  rvinjority secret ballot agreed to make  necessary arrangement*.. Cost, of refreshment:) will l��* Ix.rnc by Mrs, Dawson.  Prior to a stop in Gibsons at the Cedars  Inn alxiul 12:30 p.m. Mr. Uenm-tt will  proceed to the Peninsula . Dining Room,  Secheit, when* he is expected nt 2 pm.  Later, en route' to Powell River, be will  pay a brief visit to the Pender Humor  arva.        ,������'..  WHILE local management has apologized  for failure by a helicopter crew to  fivold spraying herbicide.1, on power line  right of way in the region of' water supplies, B.C. Hydro head-man Gordon  Shrum, despite u number of complaints,  has failed to express any regret'regarding  fthe incident.  At last meeting of Gibsons Council,  Mayor Wally Peterson said he had met  with local management and had been,told  th-it although It had Instructed the hell-  copter company that in no way should  "pr-iying I*, carried out in proximity to  water source:*, it had failed to comply1,  Storm broke out wane weeks ago when  it became known the /.praying had taken  place over drinking'water fnipplie,-*. Individuals, Rod nnd Gun Club, Council and  Regional Board have all registered pio-  teMu. Liters in reply from Dr, Shi urn  have'merely pointed out'that the chemical  used, Tordon 101, is jioji-toxie to humans,  animal life, birds or fish,  In his* last letter to Council, Dr, Shrum  *>t��ted: "If ithe members of your council  Would l take the, time to Investigate the  matter they would find that, Hieie herbicides do not pollute our hiil.iiut. Furthermore, I can state quite definitely .that  ' ��Jh)c<. they do not affi-ct grasses, lln-y do  not eomtilute, "a Rather utep In ihe de-  Mnutlon of the balance of nature,"  "If the inwrnben. of your Council eiu.  demonstrate ih.it out 'operation ����!��� in i����-��y  w*��r proved to Ijc harmful to any form of  we  life other than broad leafed plants we will  suspend the use of these agents until such  time Federal Department of Agriculture  can either prove or disprove your findings."  Council was not impressed with the  Doctor's letter and Mayor Peterson commented on a leaflet put out on "Torton  101" which does warn of the potency of  the herbicide and utatett: "Do Not allow  the material to contaminate water used for  irrigation, drinking or other domestic purposes,"  Administrator Dave Johnston advised  that the Sanitary Inspector ban taken nam-  pies but. a report has not yet been received.  It was moved the letter Ix: filed.  Another letter' which It Is understood  has disgusted mhik* members of the Rod  and Gun Club, also from Dr, Shrum,  ���states: "As has Ix-en explained by letter  and on several radio broadciists, tents conducted by the riu-i.uf��eUiren�� and by ��.i-  entlfic and government bodies at all levels have proven Ntfe and non-tojtie the  herbicides used by JVC,Hydro in Die control of woody growth. All possible caution  in taken in the spraying methods and wildlife and fish are not harmed by the male-  jialtt used." i  Shrum continues; "In pausing 1 might  iidcl that we at Hydro take much greater  elite and are uioiv concerned with the  preservation of animal, bird and li-li life  Uvau iue _y,.;my of the. hunter;*. fl;;!v.nien  and Mi-calk-d eportsmen ot this I'roVince."  implemented when service actually commences, a private residence will br?' permitted one can per week, commercial  premises twice weekly and as mariy cans  as they require.  This glaring inequity was questioned  by Alderman Chuck Rodway who asked  why a person with a $50,000 home should  be permitted only one cap while a business premises which could feasibly be  worth less be allowed any number of cans.  This was defended by long time opponent of the Mill rate system, Aid. Norm  Watson and Aid, Morgan Thompson. Watson said there arc bound to be some difficulties but a line had to be drawn somewhere. Thompson expressed the view that  one can is sufficient for the average  borne.  Mayor Swain said a person with i a  $50,000 home would not be hurt by having  to i>ay for extra cans. Aid. Rodway replied "in that case it should not hurt u  merchant with a $50,000 premises."  Karlier, while reading through the revised Bylaw, Aid. Watson had drawn at-  1.cation lo the fact that it read "one can  twice weekly for commercial properties."  This was not the original intent, he said.  Aid. Thompson agreed and added, "We  agreed to twice weekly ruid as many caii5  as necessary. There are times when 1  have   a   great   deal,  (Others,   very   little.  ���tea pa oo A-5  HONOIlAnLE. Isabel Dawwrn, Minister  without Portfolio and MLA for Mackenzie, today announced that tin* Department of Highways has requested .the Cat-  eiing Superintendent to Mudy all aspecta  of meal co*>t>. and service on the Sunshine  Coast Ferries.  Mr-*, Dawwn Mild that furl her 1o discussions she had with the Department, the  selling price of milk ..hakes has lieen n-  duced from *ir>e to 40c. and pies from 40c.  to Mf��e. She has also .���.reived a promt-c  that In i Mi��.,j'��'Mion for tlie nerving of cold  plate-i and bacon and eggs on hie "Sunshine Coast Queen'' will Ix. considered.  hi  -.<! I  *t9wtm#f<fi-��'t��*ttt.^f .*���   i  e**fM\*f*f i��*,**4-**^Y^^^_^  f   ".-,  ,  '����-t'*<i.^��'B.   t--W# *���     W    -^F-  *.���*���  f--**4"l.    *<*���-(*�����.** i-H* ��W*w,..  _ ���*.  *_.**����� H^Vfc*"* ���*��"  H  -    ���*_.    U> Hf, V*_    ��.    4-. -ta. T,  *-vi_. X�� V-**" *_."*-******^jv*mi w/;  '"v^.  Sr (^.ly^y**^-^ <���*-*"���)*' -^��(i*ii'<'^iA'_.     _.    __.    __  ^^iv^Yw-,^-'>lV^V'*3'l'-i li^-yi  i-Vyf   *--*V-if ���'���.���''>.   v"-' .*   _.    "  '     ~"    "   3,' ^   --..i.Ai'-'-r *s *V  *^.  1 i's.-**   ^"������IS'rftSj-  .^i��rlt-7!!!?t$4*"IUiT'*"  Poge A-2 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday. Aug. 13,196?   REAt :Esf ATE (Continued)   RSA|_ ESTATiS (C^liQ^))      REAL ESTATE (continued)     POR SALE (Continued) TENDERS (Continued)      .     LEGALS (Continued)  rtuiiwf'wrt^iiiififmiMVTT *i .     ���T���------_-----_-__-_-_-i��---����-i  IhePeninsulaT*^ Seche,fr" ph<me 885"9654  Classified  MMMMMM1_M-n_^-MW-MnaMMMl��M-l-MMIIVWMl��l��W��������'*������'^^  EXCELLENT   commercial   lot  ���centre Secheit���highway Jo-  WATERFRONT. ' !��� :   Choice  beach lots. Buy now_ Going  DAVIS BAY���Arbutus-Drive,  1500 .sq. ft. spacipus medal-  BUY   your   trash   incinerator  from   Secheit   Kinsmen   at  cation, ltSvel and cleared.* All   fast- Stop in at our office.at   lion home. 20'x 36 carport. 4- &50 eacI��- -Phone 885-9542,  services   available.   Box   1104    Halfmoon Bay for pamphlet    Peninsula Times.  um-tfo  Published Wednesday by  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  at Secheit. B.C.  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  March 31, 1969  Gross Circulation 2360  Paid Circulation 2081  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One  Insertion    WORK WANTED (Cont.)  BEAT the fall winds: We top,  limb, fall or put T.V. antennas* in trees. Insured work,  done to your satisfaction. Our  free estimate may be lower  than you think. Phone 885-  2109. 3054-tfn  FOR  custom rock drilling &  blasting, Phone 885-9591.  3047-tfn  75c  .$1150  __15c  Phohe 885-6,683. H. '-B. Gordon  &, Rjehnett Ltd. Secheit.'885-  2013.     . ,7     .-3062-tfn  ���  ���    "���    ' *--" * ��� r~ - "���- * *   {��� *���  FOR SALE BY OWNUR, ���  bouse with large living -  room and modem kitchen,  furnislied on 3.8 Acres ,with  200 ft. waterfront, overlooking spectacular Jervis Inlet,  at Egmont��� Ample Water-supply; garden and. frif4t - trees.  Phone 885-11404 or write-Box  163 Secheit, B.C.     , -. 2986-37  �����-- "        .-��������.I   I. T_,__.-l��_ -. u!^_____L___ ��� (    r| Mf     ^  BLOCK BR0&  Phone    Mr,    Good   263-4993  collect or 736-5933 7  Three   Insertions    Extro lines (4 words)  (This rare does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers ������ 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count line.  Display advertising in classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates-���  By mail. Peninsula area ..$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens ���$3 yr.  IE  By carrier,  50c month  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT Theatre, Gibsons.  Wed. to Sat. Aug. 13-16.  "The Stalking Moon" with  Gregory Peck. Monday to  Wednesday, Aug. 18-20 "The  Fixer" with Alan Bates; Dirk  Bogarde and Elizabeth Hart-  man. Show time 8 p.m. Phone  886-2827. 3077-37  BIRTHS  BORN August 1st, 1969, Stuart  Timothy, to Mr. & Mrs. S.  F. Spain. At St. Mary's hospital, Secheit. A brother for  Stephen and Sheila.     3073-37  CARD OF THANKS  MRS. 'John Doe' many thanks  for donation of chesterfield  to camp Byng. 3067-37  MY SINCERE thanks to Dr.  Inglis and the staff at St.  Mary's for the excellent care  and attention received during  my stay in .hospital. Many  thanks also to all the kind  friends who wished me well.  ���Frank Hay. 3034-37  IN MEMOR1AM   HANNEY ��� In loving mem- ���  ory of my husband, Albert  (Alec)   August -11th, also  my  daughter, Valery.  Sometimes between dark shadows on the grass,  The little truant waves of  sunshine pass,  Mine eyes grow dim with tenderness the while,  Thinking I see thee���  Thinking I see the smile.  New service to the  Sunshine Coast.  Standard of Art Crafted  Quality Signs, Murals etc.  CALL JIM JORDAN  at  BENNERS' FURNITURE  Phone 885205^  3053-37  WANTED  WILL    purchase    patches    of  standing timber.  Phone 886-  3459. 1681-tfn  PENINSULA   EVERGREENS,  Salal wanted ��� Please contact J. M.  Hayes at Secheit,  B.C. Phone 885-9962.  2837-tfn  COUPLE   wishes   to   rent   2  bedroom home between Roberts   Creek   and   Halfmoon  Bay. Ph. 885-9722 day or eve.  3025-tfn  HELP WANTED  WANTED, correspondent to  represent Dun & Bradstreet  of Canada Ltd., in the Gibsons  ���Secheit area on a part time  basis. Job requires direct interviews with businessmen in  the area. Retired persons acceptable. Apply by letter stating qualifications to W. Per-  reault, Dun, & Bradstreet of  Canada Ltd., P.O; Box 2077,  Vancouver 3, B.C. 3015-37  PREFERABLY   elder   woman  wanted for babysitting. Well  behaved 4 yr.. old boy. Secheit  area. Phone 885-2215.   3083-37  FEMALE waitress and housekeeper,    part    time.    Lord  Jim's Lodge. 885-2232. 3086-37  MacGregor Pacific Realty  presents  SAN SOUC. ESTATES  Situated In  SECRET COVE  We can proudly say, these  are the finest lots on the Sunshine Coast.  For information contact: D.  Brynelsen or L. Campbell.  688-3501 (collect 24 hrs.)  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY  1400-777 Hornby, Vancouver 1  2865-tfn  THE SUN SHINES ON  SECHELT VILLAGE  LUSCIOUS ��� 4     bedroom  home.   Beam    ceiling   living __���:__.__-  room   with   floor   to   ceiling   ���Continuous   aavertiBiftg   in  pc. , ,bath. - 3 bedrooms, lge.  family rodm. Cabinet kitchen.  Good view. ^Sortie mortgage  available, JL Aubin.. 885*9575.  .    ...... 2862-tfn  WATERFRONT LOT and 3  view lots in Garden Bay,  Pender Harbour. .Box 1, Gar*  den Bay, Pender Harbour. Box  1, Garden Bay P.O., B.C. or  Phone 883-2336. Owner.  2882-tfn  ������______.���^________i ,. ..,. . _. ___.__������    | |  f      f .     ^  2Vz ACREJSLAND  $3t5>000  William    Island    at    Irvines  OIL floor furnace, central  heating, no ducts,' good for  5 room house. Excellent condition.'- On view. Open to offers.- Ph., 885-9637.      3016-38  2 NEW Uniroyal tires, 700 x  5, 6 ply, on Dodge rims. $90.  Box 3021 The Times Secheit.   ���    ,  . 3021-38  REMINGTON  portable  type-  writer,   excellent   condition.  $60.  Phone   885-2016  after  6  p.m. 2984-37  HAVE you visited The. Times  Bookstore yet? The selection  will surprise  you.  Phone 885-  Landing in Pender Harbour. K S654���Drop in & browse.  For fast service oii jjjjl pfop-v  Sheltered, drilled well. Terms  _��k��-4--���_____��       _rl-M_4l        la_<_,_'i__-M_>^-��f*i__a__. * __. ��� 1 __.��   *  2159-tfD  erties and businesses.  WE TRADE HOMES  3061-tfn  MMiUAtWMlMWk-  *"*Ti1^.in..  IF YOUR DESJRETO  SELL YOURlPRO&RfY  We Offer _  Lovingly,  Leta-  -Mom.  3049-37  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone Mrs. Naida Wilson  885-9746 or write:  Box 390, Secheit, B.C.  2910-tfn  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 Lot. $7,800.  WILSON CREEK ��� 2Vi  acres, creek, 2 -bedrooms, basement, A-oil heat. $16,900.  SELMA PARK���Open plan  family home on two floors. 3  bdrms ��� 2 fireplaces ��� 2 kitchens. $28,000 try $7,000 down.  Davis. Bay view IoIf���$3,950.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 4 acres  with 423' waterfront. Post &  beam summer home, $45,000.  DAVIS BAY ��� 165' W.F.  with 2 bedroom home. Finest  Beach on coast.  TILLICUM BAY ��� Close to  marina, 2 lots $1600 eaph_   _  TILLICUM   BAY:   2   bedroom home, has large living  room  with  W-W   and  stone  fireplace, new A-oil furnace.  . Good value at $11,500.  7 GIBSONS: Well, built .2  bedroom home with basement  oh' landscaped grounds. A-oil  heat, elec, range and Amana  freezer. Asking $19,560.  GIBSONS ��� This new, well  planned Westwood home offers  lots of living space. Large living room, 3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, full basement, car port.  On 6 acres. $28,900.  Multiple Listing Service  H. Gregory 885-9392  Don. Hodden 885-9504  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Secheit, B.C.  3002-35  four newspapers.  ���Effective and proven .advertising in our catalogtle.  ���Real Estate sales .-fifeff of  seven in two officer oh? tije  Peninsula.  ���Twenty-four hour answering service.'  ���No charge to you if there is  no sale. -. - "  SECHELT A��Eftdl_35': kTD.  - Phone *#83--2l81-   Box 155, Secheit, B.C.  Box 369r Gibsons,-B.C.-  /    .      _Y  , ^81-tfa.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  Member -"  Vancouver Real* Estate-Board  Multiple Listing ~ Service'  .      PHONE 886-2248  TNeat 2-bedroom borne, with  part basement and A-oil furnace, view street. "Range,  fridge* deep-freeze, washer &  dryer. Full price $13,650. Cash  to 8Vf_ per cent mortgage. Gibsons.  Waterfront lots in most  popular area, $7,500 up," terms.  Secheit, waterfront lot, 75  feet, $7,000, terms. Boulevard  lot, 70 feet, $11,000.  Gower Point: Country home,  approx 30 yards from beach,  on over one acre landscaped  grounds, two bedrooms plus*  large finished basement room.,  Triple plumbing. Big view living room with large fireplace.  A-Oil heat. All el. kitchen, util  work room 8c storage room.  Car port, patios, lilly pool;  Guest house dbuble plumbed,  view. Full price $50,000, terms.  available.  available.  Ole Sladey,  Madeira Park, B.C.  PHONE 883-2233  3085-40  CARS ond TRUCKS  198$ %7 TON-truck, near nejv  condition, I owner, 38,000  highway miles, rubber-fair,  292-Big 6 motor, 3 speed, long  wide box, asking $1600 as is:  885-.9S42. 3012-tfn  ��� ii.Mii.i-^i  ��!���*,��� !���!_   nil...���_������������!.    ll,,j ���,���..���   GET. your hands on a Toyota  ���You'll never let go. Japan's .largest selling car. For  information on this automobile  call Don Pye at 885-9602.  2728-tfn-  wwntuwM.  1956* CHEV.   s'tation   wagon.  Big   six   engine.    Standard  trans.   Good   running   order.  886-7703. 3071-37  TRAILERS.  OBITUARY  FOR RENT  SPAIN ��� Stuart Timothy  Spain. Passed away August  2nd. 1909 at St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, B.C. Sadly  missed by his parents, Sydney  i nnd Sylvia Spain, brother Stephen and sister Sheila. Memorial service was held Sunday  August 10th, 1069 ��t the Calvary Baptist Church, Gibsons,  B.C. Rev^ F. Hayward officiated. Hnrvey Funeral Home  director-.         3074-37  ZUEFF ��� August 7, 19(19.  Peter John Zucff, aged ��0  years, of Gibsona," B.C. Survived by 1 s��n. Al, Gibsons; 1  dnughUr, Mrs. Olga ndiHlo: 5  grandchildren.', Funeral was  held Saturday, August 9, ot 2  p.m., from the family <;bnpol  of llmvcy Fum-ial Home,  Gibsons, B.C. Rc-v. D. Morgan  officiated. Interment Scnvlew  Cemetery. 3000-37  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS      Anonymous,  P.O. Box 294, Secheit, B.C.  Plume 11115-9327, or 8110-2979.  2457-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-tfn  2 BEDROOM cottage, semi-  furnished. Rangette, garbage burner. Water 1 mile, $60  month. J. Greenlaw. Redrooffs  Road, 3070-38  FURNISHED 1 bedroom cot-  tage for single man. Roberts  Creek waterfront. Oil stove,  electric range & fridge. Ph.  886-9885. .   3003-37  PETS  POODLES,       clipping       nnd  grooming,    years    of    experience. Phone 1180-2601. '  2420-tfn  OWNER sadly has to part  with charming fillver grey  cat. 18 month** old. Female,  upayed. Poison, West Beach  Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  (Sorry no phone).       2981-37  PURE bred German Shepherd  pups, mnle & female, taking  orders now. $35 rind $50. Box  3020 Tho Times Secheit.  3020-30  GAMBIER ISLAND ��� Perfect for the boating enthusiast.  4Vi acres with southern exposure and 450 ft, waterfrontige  including float and ramp. Well  constructed 1100 sq, ft. summer or year round home. Excellent water supply, 6000 watt '  generator supplies light and  power. Parklike' setting affords ample opportunity for  further development. F.P.  $32,500.  GIBSONS    SHELTERED  WATERFRONT ��� Lots with ��� ;  excellent view and safe, pro- WILSON CREEK.,, % aero  tected moorage for all types, of jcvel  groUnd,  3 bdrm   home;  craft.  Each   lot  is  fully   ser- cliKC lo highway, only $3,500  viced  with   access   off   paved dov/n,                                      )  road. Perfect location for your  Town & country 1.3 acres  ground, distinctive 3-bedroorh  home, garage, guest-cabin and  workshop, driveway; fully insulated & modern; landscaped,'  rockeries & lily pools, $27,000  full price, terms. * \  E. McMynn 886-2500  Do Wortman       886-2393  Vince Prewer       886-9359  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.     '  3060-37  UTILITY trailer for sale, 4 x  10   box.   Steel  frame   with  spare tire, $50. Call at Chevron  Service Station,  Madeira  Park.    . 2994-37  --  16 FT. scamper, Al shape, icebox, oven, 3 burner stove.  12v & llOv lights. Toilet, electric .brakes. Sleeps 6. $1300 or  trade & cash; Ph. 885-9361.  3060-37  BOATS and ENGINES  15'  Cadilac   aluminium  boat  35 h.p. Evinrude, -with trailer & tarp. 885-2007.    2359-tfn  ��� h ������ -.im-w i r i   ��� -fii ���__,_i."__ i if i -.ii����� I'ni   ��� _���_...._.;   BOAT Insurance ;Information.  Marine    Insurance    Claims.  Capt. W. Y./ Higgs, B03 339,  Gibsons, B.G- Tel. 886-9546 or  ,885-9425.    . .;Y.r'#.7 y, 7|?533-tfn  18'    BRANDLMAYR    design  cruiser, 1'bale frafhe; tiSed 3  seasons, 45  hj> electric start  motor. 886-7430.-   -3036-37  14' PLYWOOD runabout with  windshield and side wings. 60  , HP   Johnson,   $995.   Madeira  marina, i/iadelra jPark, B.C;  3079-39  12' CLINKER built boat with  , near new 4 hp B&S motor.  $165. 883-9513 after 6 p.m.  3068-37  1<JV4' Carvel boat, flbreglassed,  new half cabin. 1% hp B&S  engine; Itcasonabie, $89-9764.  I*, g. ��1|L 3072-30  STARCRAFT Mumlnum boat.  12 ft. and 0 hp Johnson. '69.  Never used. Ph. 888-7078.  3030-39  ^��iii����iw��ii��ijii._��i.����N��*��i����i��^^  ���' **"  12 FT. wooden boat with prop  &   shaft,  Located  2  miles  west of Gibsons. $100. Ph. 880-  253a or N. Von. YU7-5330.  3040-37  SMITH    .Corona,     standard  typewriter with extra-large  type, in new condition, special  at��half-price. Phone 885-9654.  2540-tfn  IF  IT'S   suits���it's   Morgani  885-8330, Secheit, B.C.  ^ 8893-tfn  SMALL      electric      kitchen  range.  Good' condition-  Ph.  885-2174. 2978-37  WALNUT cedar chest.  Inlaid  Mahogany coffee table. Dinner service for 12. Phone 886-  7731. 3081-37  BEAUTIFUL guitar,- made in  Bavaria. Semi acoustic electric, with case & strap. Sacrifice, $100 cash. Also violin, in  case, $20. 885- 9654.   3082-tfn  10   x   12   GREEN   nylon   rug  with pad, $110, almost new.  Also one wheel utility trailer  $60. Phone 886-9383,     3069-37  - ������     -     ��� ....    .1-.^ .   . v .   ���.,��� ,   -1 - --i   1       1,  $20 FOR 2 power mowers. '57  Chev, $125. Steel tub washing machine, $15, Ph. 886-7267.  3059-37  COOK BOOKS Galore���Some-  thing for everyone���Betty  Crockers Cooky Book���Better  Homes & 'Gardens Casserole  Cook Rook���Outdoor Cook Book  ���Chinese Cooking���Pies and  Cakes���Favourite ways with  Chicken���Adventures in Food-  Barbecue Cooking. Many others  at The Times Bookstore,  Secheit.  885-9654. 2160-tfn  GIRL'S  bicycle with  20  Inch  wheel wanted. Phono Klttion  080-9330. 21)1)0-37  FOUND  WORK WANTED  TILLICUM Chimney Service.  I.ftve*. denned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, Janitor  r.ervlce, odd jobs etc. All work  guaranteed. Rltl Sec-hell, Ph.  1.155-2101 preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  EXPERT  carpenter.   Cabinets  or what have you. Ph. 083-  2201. 2570-tfn  M/T CONSTRUCTION  Generol Contractors on  the Sunshine Coast  BUILDERS OF  QUALITY HOMES  Phono ��ll(l-749.r>.  Write;  Box  70!), Gibsons. B.C.  .102:1-37  FOUND in W'-st Secheit. July  27, Mint 11 female dog. Mostly  t.punlel, brown body, black  nui/zle, collar, no tag. Well-  trained, n gr����at jx.-t. Ph. 8115-  9424. . 3030-37  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITY  S_.ClIF.i-T   beauty   salon   for  sale. For lnfonnatlon phone  Mlf��-2Hin days,  81)0-2000  even.  3017-tfn  REAL ESTATE  For the most complete  selection of properties  on the Sunshine Coast  call  SECHELT,AGENCIES LTD,  Two of firm to rrrvp you,  Secheit nnd Gibsons,  Phone 8B5-2161  retirement house and Just  minutes from salmon fishing  at its best, Reasonably priced  from $8,800. Low down payment of $1,000 handles.  Immnculate 2 bedroom  home on level, Inndscaped lot.  Spacious living room. Large  bright kitchen with st,pve.  Utility room. Close, to ibcacn.  Full Price $13,500, Terms.  Two adjoining level, cleared  lots with excellent poll. Realistically prict-d at only $1,750  each.  Cottage on ZVt acres with  124 ft. highway frontage. Close  to Sunnycrest Shopping Plnza.  Excellent potential for commercial development. Full  price only $13,000.  SELMA PARK ��� Fully serviced view lot with gentle  slope. Cleared nnd ready for  building. Full price $4,000.  PENDER IIABOUR���Large  waterfront property with modern fishing lodge consisting of  two M'lf-corituiried two 1h<I-  room units, eaeh with large  bright kitchen <��nd modern  plumbing. Common living  room with large rock fireplace  ond picture windows overlooking harbour. Ample cleared  space on property for cublna  cle. Full price $40,000.  Rem! -waterfront lota nil  fully serviced with ocrrsfi to  launching and moorage. Full  price $3,000 to $V>00.  Call  Frank  I^wln or Morton  Mackay   f��V  BJIO-OOOO.  Eves. 8.10-7088  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons nnd Burquitlam  3005-37  GIBSONS RURAL; 5 acre,  mainly cleared and fenced.  Good horse pastures. Home is  newly constructed, electric  heat, nicely designed three  bedroom, At $24,400 With cash,  to 0 per cent mortgage, This  in �� very good buy.  Small home in developing  drea, bdrm. LR K combined,  T&S, Storage shed and workshop, Full pricu $6,000.  4 acre on good road, level  and trees cut on front portion.  Full price, $8,000,  Good retirement home on  WFT. Clo��o U> GSbsonii, A-oll  hcnt^Gucst cabin, lovely garden. Full price $10,900 term...  Lots In Gibson villa*'*.  $1,600 to $12,000, Call on u*.  for good building lots,  EGMONT FISHING LODC1E:  3 bdrm hom��, covered win-  deck. 70 ft. WIT. (loud moor-  oge, salmon grounds. PO,  ptoro, marina clone, Try your  offer NOW.  RUBY LAKE CABIN: 4BQ  iKj. ft., fully furnished, jnsn-  Jat<*d. Fireplace, sunoVek, 120  ft. WFT. $12,500 full pr|,.,.,  terma. Call DON TAIT, 883-  K, BUTLER REALTY  &' INSURANCE  l'OP�� SALE  TECHNICAL books now In  stock at the Times Book  Store, Secheit. Carpentry ���  welding* ��� plumbing ��� drafting ��� house wiring. Fix your  Volhawagt-n, Chev, Ford. Plymouth. All about pmall gas  englnei and many other��. Ph.  885-0654. 3031-tfn  WEBSTERS new standard, dic-  tlonory for home, school &  office, $1.29. At The Times  Booh Store, Scchclt, Ph. 885-  0054. 3052-37  CEDAR   firewood.   Ph.   885-  2370. 3040-39  KELVINATOR fridge, $39.95.  Speed Queen auto, washer  (2 yu old) $75.00. Simplicity  auto dryer (1 yr old) $135.00.  GE wringer washer $29.05.  Leonard wringer washer,  $30.05, Thor electric stove  (Wjth grill) $125.00. Berkeley  oil range $39,05. Parker'i*  Hardware (1069) Ltd. Cowrie  St. Becholt. Ph. 005-2171.  3078-37  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibre^iiss���Pope���  Caiivas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  * WALT NY<5REN SALES  ' .:'���_  ' v -L-TD- :^':.  Phoao 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  _306-t_n  TENDERS  THE CORPORATION OF  THE VILLAGEE OF  SECHELT  TENDER  Tenders are invited for the  collection of Garbage within  the Village of Secheit, according to provision contained in  Bylaw No. 91.  Details of Bylaw No. 91 may  be obtained at the Municipal  Hall, Secheit, B.C.  Bids to be in writing and  submitted by September 2,  1909.  The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  E. T. Rnyner,  Clerk  307a-pub. Aug. 13, 1969  REQUEST FOR   TENDERS  THE SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  CONTRACT  for '  CONSTRUCTION OF WATER  MAINS  Call for Tenders  Sealed tenders, clearly marked "Tender for Construction  of Waterworks, Do Not Open"  WiU'.bc received by the Secretary, Sunshine Coast Regional  THE CORPORATION OF  - THE VILLAGEE-OF '    -  \ SECHELT,  TENDER \  Tenders are invited.for construction pt approximately  200 feet of heavy rock wall and  fill Trail Bay foreshore." Specifications may be seen at the  Municipal Hall, Secheit," during regular business .hours.  Bids to be in writing and  submitted by September 2,  1969.  The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  E. T. Rayner,  Clerk  f 3076-pub. Aug. 13, 1969  1    ..     1 . _ 1    1 1 "i"        1 1   J  REQUEST FOR TENDER  THE  SUNSHINE  COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  CONTRACT  For  SUPPLY  OF  WATERMAINS  Call   for   Tenders  Sealed tenders clearly  marked "Tender for Water-  main Supply, Do Not Open"  will be received by the Secretary, Sunshine Coast Regional  District, RR No. 1, Secheit  B.C. up to 4:00 p.m.- Daylight  Saving Time of Friday August  29, 1969 and will be publicly  opened at 7:30 p.m. the same  day.  The approximate quantities  are as follows:  13,150 lineal feet' of 8-inch  diameter.  811200 lineal feet of 6-inch  diameter  24,400 lineal feet of 4-inch  diameter  Contract documents may be  obtained at the offices of either the undersigned or Dayton  & Knight LtcU Consulting  Engineers, at 1865 Marine  Drive, West Vancouver, B.C.  on August 11, 1969.  The lowest or any tender  wiU not necessarily be accept  ted.  C. F. Gooding, Secretary  Sunshine Coast Regional Dist.  R.R. No. 1  SecheltrB.C.    3057-pub. Aug. 13, 1969  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 Lake.  Take notice that Irene A.  Bernardin of Coquitlam, B.C.,  occupation Housewife, intends  to apply for a lease of the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted 200 East from North East  corner of lot C of lot 6964,  thence 100 feet north; thence  300 east; thence 100 feet south;  thence 300 west- and contain-,  ing 7/10 acres, more or less,  for the purpose of summer  cabin.  IRENE A. BERNARDIN.  Dated July' 11th, 1969.  2925-pub. July 24, 30, August  6, 13, 1969  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. Lake, B.C. ���  .  Take notice that Donald  Walter Mueller of Coquitlam,  occupiation Heating Contractor intends to apply for a  lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted 300 Ft. North East  from North East corner of Lot  "C" of Lot 6464; thence 100  Ft. North; thence 300 Ft. East;  thence 100' Ft. South; thence  300 Ft. West and containing  % acres, more or less.  .     D. W. Mueller  Dated July 13, 1969.  3004-pub. July 30, August 6,  13,20,1969  LEGALS  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land ,  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate Egmont (Skookumchuck Narrows),  Take hotice that Mr. Gerald  Roger Student of No. 43, 2773  Rarnet Highway, Port Coquitlam, B.C., occupation Counselor, Vancouver City College,  Intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:-  Commonclng at a post  planted 300' S^E. of Lot 294;  thenco 300' N.E.; thence 100'  S.E.; thence 300' B.W.; thence  following' shore line to point  of commencement and containing *A acres, more or less, for  the purpose ' of Summer Cottage.  Gerald Roger Student  Dated ^une 27, 1969  2930-pub. July 23, 30, August  0, 13, 1900  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Lapd Recording District  of Vancouver and situate Egmont (Skookumchuck Narrows).  ,  Take notice that Mrs. Dor-  een Margaret Student of No.  43, 2773 Barnet Highway, Port  Coquitlam, B.C., occupation  Housewife, intends to apply  for a lease of the following  Hands:���  Commencing ot a post  planted 200' 8.E. of Lot 294;  thence 300' N.E.; thence 100'  S.E.; thence 300' 8.W.; thence  following shore line to point  of commencement and containing '/. acres, more or lens, for  the purpose pf Summer Cottage.  Mrs. Dorcen Margaret Student  Dated Junel23, 1060  _.931-pub. July 23, 30, August  0, 13, 1969  *mJS����SS.Smw  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  ���m��mSmXwm��  ,   .        Form No, ,10  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate Sec-  >nt of D.L.  District,   RR   No.   1,   Secheit,    Notlce ot -Intention)to Apply    ret Cove, B,C   in fr<  B.C., up to 4:00 p.m. Daylight ^ *U*BW5 Lnn<* *m> GP' l> NWD*  ACCORDION,     Hohncr     HO  basa. Treble $w_t*Vi$7S. Ph*  883-2622. 3008-37  Gllxsonfl, B.C.  Phone 686-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE  LISTING  SERVICE  Saving Time of Friday, August  29, 1900, and will be publicly  opened at 7:30 p.m. the same  day.  Tho work comprises the installation of approximately  15,000 feet of 4-Inch, 22,580  feet of 0-Inch, 9,145 feet of 0-  inch waterman., and waterworks appurtenances,  Contract documents nnd  drawings may be obtained at  the offices of cither the undersigned or Dayton A. Knight  Ltd., Consulting Englneero,  1865 Marino Drive, Went Vancouver, BC, on August 11,  1909 nnd upon payment of $25  which sum will he refunded  (except   nuecessful    tenderers),  WELL PUMP  or general purpose H" Jru**co ^      ..���,���,������   .....  Pump and 5 hp B & 3 engine    won it-turn of the <><K*umenlK    confining 3.3 acrea, rooro or  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  In Pender Harbour near Madeira Park, B.C.  Take notice that Harold  Row* McQuitty of Madeira  P_��rk, B.C., occupation fishing  resort operator intends to apply for a leaiM. of the following d^rlbcd lands:���  Commencing at a pout  planted ��t high water mark  on the west boundary of I��t  2 Plan 70C0; thence North 50  fed.; thence North East 220  feet; thence North 230 feet;  thftnet* East 325 ft*et, thencfl S.  0" 40' W 600 feet; thence West  along high wntfr mark to the  point  of  commt-nwnwsit  and  K. Butler  Ron Mc&rtvnney  Ed Butler  Don Tall  ��� 8��fl-200O  ��� WW-WW  ��� ftea-2<X)o  ��� HB3-225I4  30G4-37  DOMESTIC WATER  HEATER  Ascot instant propane heater,  good tor averago family.  Only used as demo.  ��� ��� E. ��� S. Johnstone*  ��� ���   Madeira' Pwrh.' B.C.  Tel. 683-2380  3035-tfn  in   good   condition   within 30  daya of receipt of tenders.  The lowest of any -tender  will not necessarily be accepted.  C. V. Gooding. Secretary  Suashliu* Coa_,t Ikglowl Dl-st  Jt.ll. No. 1  Set-belt, B,C.  3056-pub. Aug. 13, 1960  k*��s, for tho purpose of Inntnll-  Ing floats.  Harold Rosa  McQuitty  Dated July 17th, 1909.  c/o R. J. Burling,  4726 Marine Avenue,  PoweU River, B.C.  2972-pub.  July   30,  August 0,  13, 20, 1969  Take notice that J. O., B, O.  and E. 1. Brynelsen of Vancouver, B.C, occupation, Ivodge  Operators Intend*, to apply for  n lease of the following described lands;���  Commencing nt n post  planted N.W. corner of Lot  7222; thence to the S.W. corner of I/)t 7222; thence W.N.  Westerly approx. 600 feet;  thence N. Westerly to thr. S.K.  corner Lot 4544; thence S.  Westerly to the point of commencement, and containing 1.0  ucres, more or U-sa, tor the  purpose of marina extension  and construction of navigable*  channel.  Dated July 30t1i, 1909.  C.   Wngrnnar   B.C.L.S.  Agent.  3055-pub. Aug. 13, 20, 27, Sep.  3, 1909  The fin-4 B.C. co��i?t^*����wmlH  w���� ��t up at Font Vancouver  in )fi27, by Dr, Meijovghitn to  ftiipply local m��d�� and ehip-  menta to Hawaii two yearfi  Mer,  .. w-^w.-^^^uofFx^^^^  Halfmoon Bay:Happenings  The Peninsula Times Page A-$  Wedn'eff&y, Aygust 13,1969  ���D  /^>  i/  ��w *C  "w  Safe boating week  SJiownhere are a number of safety   tinguisher, (4) distress signal Mt, (6)  devices.that_are either required or  recorameiided for all small boats:  (1)' proper running lights,   (2)  life  jackets for everyone aboard, or (5)  buoyant seat cushions, (3) fire ex-  lantern, (7) bilge pump, (8) first aid  Mt, (9) air born, (10) compass, (11)  anchor and line, and (12) at least 50  feet of extra line. ���-Kiekbaefer photo  Tourism  o   o   a  ROB WILKINSON, still a patient in St.  Paul's  Hospital,   was  at  last  report  showing improvement.  John McLeod has returnetf to Welcome Beach after a pleasant and interesting trip. He Sew to London, England and  toured many of tbe countries of Europe.  Guests last week at tbe Pat Murphy  home were Mr, and Mrs, Milo Filgas of  Richmond, their daughter Anne Marie,  Mrs. Filgas' sister, Mrs. Eileen yercam-  men and her friend, Mrs. Peggy Adcock  both- of Newcastle, England-  Mrs. Vercammen visited the Sunshine  Coast eight-years ago when the Filgas  family was living at Pender Harbour and  Mrs. Filgas was a purse at the hospital at  Garden Bay.  Sergeant and Mrs. Ray Nelson and  family are vacationing at Mrs. Bob Hill's  cottage at Redrooffs and renewing many -  old friendships. This popular family resided in Secheit, -where Sergeant Nelson  was Corporal' in charge of the RCMP Detachment until March 1966 when he was  transferred to North Vancouver.  Mr/and Mrs. Henry Aussem of Burnaby have spent a vacation at'their Welcome Beach- home and their guests have  been their son Richard and his family.  All keen fishermen, they were anxious to  beat their record of last year when Mr. '  Aussem landed a 24 pound red spring off  Bertha Bock. However, sthis year the big  springs eluded them, but son Richard  managed to land a 28 pound ling cod. Mr.  and Mrs. Aussem recently returned from  a trip to Hudson's Hope where one of  their sons is working on the Peace River  Dam. They were enthralled with the  country and returned by the way of Jas-  per-ahd Yoho National Parks.  Guests "of Mr. arid Mrs. Tommy "Carnp-  belhare' their first grandchild, John, with ���  his parents Peter and Lynn Bogardus.  At the Bill Sextons are Mr. arid Mrs.  Mikie Rees of Seattle-and Al Hunter of  Vancouver. ' "-^ ������.  ", Mrs.   Doug  Anderson   of   Wobdfibre  ���** spent her two week vacation at the* Jack  J Temples in a wheelchair- having a'feae*.  -^     tured hip.  j Guest of Don Ross is his sister, .Mrs.  Buster Brown, of Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Galloway of  Vancouver have been spending a.camping holiday on their lot at Redrooffs."  Mrs. Bill Swain's guests have 'been  her brother, Ernest McAllister of Alert  Bay and Miss Helen Gow of Vancouver.  Mrs. Alex Ellis' guests have been-her  two sisters, Mrs. Ed Gordon from Edmonton and Mrs. M. "Sorenson from' Vancouver. ��� :;   .7;/,-        ���;>>_  There -was a fairly good attendance at  the tea given' for the Hon. Label Dawson  at the Welcome Beach Hall on August 5.  The room was gay with arrangement^ of  gladiolus from the garden of Mrs. Janet  Allen. Mrs. Jim Cooper was hostess and  a dainty tea was served by Mrs. A. J.  Rutherford, Mrs. J, Allan, Mrs E. Pearce  land Mrs. M. Tinkley. Mrs. Roy Holgate  and Mrs. Mary Walker poured.  by Mary Tinkley   Jj^fffj^Qf   1^0  wind hazard  ��  "GIBSONS   Volunteer firemen  put their  gas masks to good use in F-fche early  hours  of Saturday  morning   when fire  , broke out in the basement of the Seaview  Road home of Mr; and Mrs. Alee Robertson at 2:30 a.m.  Without the masks they would have  been unable to contain the fire in the  basement. It is understood that the fam-  , ily's pet dog who slept in the basement  was a victim. Firemen worked throughout, the night to ensure that there would  be no possibility of a further break-out  B.C. FOREST Service has warned all  sailing ahd boating enthusiasts to stay  clear of Lake Willikon in the Peace River  area. An announcement from the service  stated that B.C.'s largest lake is subject  to frequent strong and gusty winds which  sweep lengthwise oyer the 100 mile long  waterway.  "These strong and dangerous winds  come up without warning and ihe lake  boils with wh'ifceeaps." stated Peter Hem-  pill, chief of the service's Engineering  Services Division. His department has  been closely connected with the lake with  operations related to the Peace Pow����  project. v  "There are additional ��� dangers,"- he  continued, "At this time of the year and  for some time yet the water is rising  steadily -... setting fresh debris afloat and  increasing the hazard of slide action  along the shoreline."  THIS VlfAL  YOUNG  RELIGION  There ere three million people  around the wor.d today who be-  Jlevo Wat the Unification pi mankind  b Hie will of Qod for oyr ajje. They  cgll Ihem.-Jve- Baho'h.  Perhaps Baho. 11�� what you ere  looking for.  EDNA M. FOOTE  ' Bohai's of Sunshine Cpast  885-2088, Secheit, B.C.  "THE TOURIST industry is an industry  without a smokestack," Jim Bensley  told Chamber of Commerce members at  their general meeting at Alexander House  on Tuesday. Mr. Bensley is the newly-  appointed manager of Greater Vancouver  Visitors' Bureau, which is expanding its  boundary of influence to include a larger  part of the coastal area, %n recognition of  the fast-growing value of the visitor industry.   ���  This industry is ajso an intangible producer, he added, because "people do not  yet, fully realize its importance." He forecast that within 20 years, tourism would  surpass the forest industry as an economic  resource in B.C. "You can sell it year  after year without depletion."  Tourism has to be marketed,on a regional basis, Bensley told the Chamber.  "People do not recognize municipal boundaries." i  The new area the GWB envisaged ran  from Lund to Vancouver to Hope to Boston Bar; people do not come just to visit  Vancouver or any certain area. To reach  their -turn-around point they must travel  through many areas.  The provincial government tourist  budget for promotion had been increased  40 per cent this year; Bensley said, including a $10,000 area "B" grant for the upcoming festival of sports. (There are eight  ���tourist development regions in the province, of which the Lund - PR - Sunshine  Coast-Hope area is known as'"B".) "So  get on with the job," he urged.  'Mike Ovenall, public relations' oo-or-  dinator for Region "B,", said that'any edn-  ���fcributioh of time or money'to (tourist promotion is "an investment in the common  good." He paid tribute to the pioneers of  the visitor industry who had brought it up  to its important economic level of today.  "We now have new horizons, we must  reach further, and achieve even bigger  things." .   '    ���   ' I  Mr. Bensley told ttbe meeting there, was  a good chance that British Columbia  would host the 1976 Olympics. "This"will  be the greatest thing for B.C.," he said.  NEW MEMBERS  The Chamber welcomed seven new  members: Don Carder, Amway Distributors; Henry Harrison, Edge-hill Storr^;  Tom Stiles, paradise Valley Trailer Park;  Norm Kirby, Gulf Oil; Tom Parkin, West-  view Seafoods; Jim Cripps, One-Hour  Martinizing; W. E. Sims, Powell Lake  Trailer Court.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, BC.  Sundoy School���-10:00 a.m.     '  Cfcui-ch Service���11:15 a.m.  PHONE 885.9665  / All Welcome  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAIJMT HILDA'S - SECHELT  9:30 am.-f���Every Sundoy  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE - REDROOFFS  Hani: July 13, 27, August 10, 24  SAINT MARY'S - GARDEN BAY  11:30 a.m. July 64 August 3  7:30 p.m. Jfjly 20, August 17  Phone 885-9673 or 885-9440  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 ajen.  Churdi Servico 11:15 o.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. p-VSSEUS  Davlj Pay Rood and Arftutfia  (2 blocks up from Highway)  _1.mr,G��^T'>'*^^  like the lobster with itt skeleton on tha  oufside,   tome   new   buildings    proudly  .how their  steel framing  as a  part of  the design.  *ft        ���*&   ���    ft  Tho   Instont-replov   TV   camera   moves  into real citato*. A New England broker  uses ono to fliVe lii's clients a view of new  lilting* momenta after they ore filmed,  to program comprehensive studiee of hie  orea for out-of-town  Industrialists,  and  to trolfi new talesmen.  ft'     *A*      tV  Tho larger the unbroken wall space In  your living room or bedroom, the ��osier  it is to place furniture in tho clear traffic pattern* that create on aura of  spoclousncn. ''  ft ft ft  Sign on tha door of tha broom closet In a  bank: "Office of tho Trashier."  ft ft ft  the median sales price of a typical new  ���inglcvfomily house ro��o from $18,000  in 1963 to $24,500 In i960, according  to the National Association of Homo  Duildcri. Seems 6s though the longer you  i woit, the more it will (cost.  "I                        Mi  ; '-v.-  v  .  t -   *. r  *  �������  '3'  SECMEZO" AGENCIES PATE PAD  P This free reminder of coming event* Is a servico of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phpno Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Dato  Pad". Please note that spoco Is limited and some odvonco dotes may  havo to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only,and  cannot always carry full details.  l.l')fflm'fi..)?H��iifl��  t>  Aug.  16���10:30 a.m. Sochelt outside H.B. Gordon & Kcnndt office.  Sale of surplus library books.  Aug. 16���8 p.m. Roberts Creek Legion Hall, Bingo, Proceeds to R.C.  Volunteer plro Dept.  Aug.   19���8 a.m. Bus leaves Scchclt for P.N.E. Golden Age Day for  Sr. Citircns,  1 p.m. Cedars Inn, Gibsons. Premier W. A. C Bcnndt visits.  Aug, 21���2 p.m. Peninsula Drive-In, Secheit. Premier W. A. C. Bennett  visits. i       . .  Aug. 22, 23 ond J4���Gibsons Seo Cavplcade.  Aug. 31^���5 p.m. Deadline for filing application |o bo Included on  School District Voter'sJLlst. Resident and tenant electors c-ligibJ*.  ASK FOR ft*ifE CATfAMXJUI. OF Pjp^PliTT  Multiple Lifting Servico  Yempwrrer ftsol frtflta  0OO rd  HE4L ESTATE  INStJRANCfS  v-  PfTIR SMITH  885-9463  AT  5��C,!RT..GM.E5LTE>.  j  J  OES 0.?  24 nouns  Glhzont 086-701S  PLUMBING CONTRACTING  SEPTIC TANKS - REPAIR WORK  GEORGE FAWKES  Tel: 885-2100  R.H 1, Secheit, B.C.   GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons-Village  Experts gt cuts, coiffs ond colour  Custom Perms ���  Phone 886-2120  (Cte      MONDAY)   AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furniture Recovery a Specialty  Fine line of fabrics.  Samples brought to home.  HAL AND MAY AUBIN  TeL 885-9575 - Davis Bay  CONTROLLED BLASTING  AU-WORK INSURED  FREE fSTIM^TEf  FRED DO^L^  Pender Harbour - 833-2403  E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bol Block-Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9352  Everything frorri Heectles- to  School Supplies  For Your fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS '  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payrrienf- Bank interest -  "Tja. ;yeoi^ to PPyY;':  Complete line of appliances  For free ^sHmote���Call 886-2728  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home arid off ice  Kitchen. Specialists^  ft Birkin, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  Telephone 886-2069  IIOSE 8r ART ENTERPRISES  *.. '".' ~f!6tte'rys.,Supplies^)iil$^  dealer tor Duncan's Ceramic prpaucts  Pine Rd. & Grondview Ave.  P.O. Pox 62, Gibyona, B.C.  LEN WRAV'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Pocking Materiols For Sale  Member Of Allied Van Lines,  Canada's No, 1 Movers  Phope 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op, Store  Gibsons   \  886-2322  EXCAVATIONS  Foundations - trees removed  Clearing and Road Building -  Gravel, Navvy & Fill  A. SIMPKINS���885-2132  BRICKLAYING  THETOI3GJP  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open si.< days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Secheit  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Richter Block  Secheit, B.C.  ;>��RMANENT^ WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT���: STYLING -^-SHAPING  9 a.m. to S p.m. Tuesday-Saturday  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  Vivl��� . .,. 5V,. * *i__.^*��. _-hJ��-_-.,_*-    *     **��� *'*-*'  >^?��tfM.=**   ,��V ��-^  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Yoiir One Stop Building Store  For Al> Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview ���: Phono 886-2642^  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Box |4# Secheit. B.C. - Ph. 88S-235S  COAST SEWER SERVICES LTD.  pockhoo and Truck Rentals  Fill for sale  Phono 883-2274  Box 89, Madeira Parle, B.C.  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR     ,  Free Estimates   Phono 886-7477   McQjIlough Chain Saws  Sales, Service, Rcpoirs  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  Sunshine Coast Highway  886-9662  CHUCK'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  By Hour or Contract  thom 895-2375 after 5 p.m.  Box 593, Scche!*., B.C.  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740     \  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop -��� Ait ond Acty Welding  Steel Fabr'catinQ ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721       Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  BOB LEE  GRAVEL & EXCAVATING  Madeira Park B.C.  Tel: 883-2412 or 883-2265  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Parts & Marine Service  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  \ K & C Thermoglass  1        Ford Marine Engines  & Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phone 883-2266  , ^r_ ,  MACK'S NURSERY  Sunshine Coast Highway,        t  Roberta Creek, B.C.  TREES - SHRUBS - PLANTS  LANDSCAPING  Phono 886-2684  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sochelt, B.C.  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Secheit to Pender Harbour  Phono 883-2426  R.R. 1 Madeira Pork, B.C.  L. CLAYTON  WELDING 8. MARINE  Arc and Acetylene Welding  Mochino ��}��p . Steel FobricatinO  Ownptet*- line o< nut* and bolts  MARINE WAYS  At-k far Lorry  Phono 883-2535 - Madeira Park, B.C.  R. J. DURLING  B. C. Land Surveyor  4726 Marine Avenue  Powell River, B.C.  TeL' 112-485-2404  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  �������� �����!__���   I        > >!���!.��� II     OH      Sill      1"'I" '   "J       "���      *"���' !���''������ "  John Hind-Smith  IKFIU6ERATI0N  PORT MH-tdN "  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from J? a.m, to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  ���-C-&--.S SALES  .     SECHELT/ B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  >hone 885-9713  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  A^D DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.tn.  Scows ������ Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  . .'LTD.   ' ���   y  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loa Tdwina  ������'���'���  L. HIGGS  V Phone 8859425  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD-  Dial 886-2808 ^  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone. 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C* Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  ii Secheit, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  SEASIDE PLUMBING ~"  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting  Steamfitting - Hot Water Heoting  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Stock and Mode to Measure  Headquarters for G.W.G. Work Clothes  Stanfield - Arrow - McGrerjor  Corrio - Pioneer Clothes  JEWELRY - T/MEX WATCHES  WATCH REPAIRS  1585 Marino Dr., Gibsons - 886-2116  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Scchclt 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture ��o anywhere In Canada.  Gcocrpl Freight. Low-hod ond heavy ftoutlnfi,  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICES LTD.  Esso Marine Gibsons  EVINRUDE SALES & SERVICE  Repair and overhaul to all makes  Tel: 886-7411 or 886-2891  SECHELT  GARDEN  HOP  A COMPLETE SELECTION  for all your garden and patio need*.  SECHELT GARDEN SHOP  Cowrie Street - 885-9711  RUBBER STAMPS  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see THE TIMES *     . s.    >   ,V_* y J       "Y    "^r   **        .���**'-' J1*   + V-VN, _^. ��_,_. < JjV^^*^S,^*Vv.A-. j, *      I-  >   '  ���w  ���* ^^tJ^JIorfLV-v-li  *��.*r-nn-*.   ���a*-jB:*���*-MB"*-���+������*%  ���  .- S.   ���*- -*** 1*~*��-<ji-4ti**t*' <v��   ��s��-*��� *�������-��-*-. ��-J_,^_-*-*    ��.-.--��.    _,._**. -**���-*  ���** *. ��������-_-  - *.������      _���*_  .  J'  * ^Iw^, ^,   .^-fr-. j  dJVui .  _. T_,     -���-   j-vVti-Hf-   < ����*. *.**��. J"K�� -V-* ��-A^V��^��-ijF*��^M(ilU^^lU,hf-5|^. ^K^.3^.   jt w  "*   -a S. <\    ** ,     n- ,  VV .r-v-*+F^��**v  V*".  ^."^.-"    '  i.^;Wc.  ,.- J*   ^*F  \  Pago A-4 Tho Peninsulo Times      Wednesday, Angus*? 13,1969  :��  The PeninsulaT^^  "l may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what 1 believe to be right."  * ���John Atkins  Douglas <5. Wheeler, Editor  Stewart B. Alsgard, Publisher  Wlay ��iat ��fff mat*����?  BRITISH Columbia, according to one elected. That is, under Aormal circum-  would be messiah of the journalistic stances, for it is traditionally a stable  fraternity, deserves much better than the and responsible organization which gene-  present Socred government. The Premier, rally projects a solid image. Further, we  it appears, is both slippery and devious, would suggest that before another elec-  his homeowner grant is subterfuge of the tion, Premier Bennett will have turned  worst possible type. the reins over to a successor in his party.  Indeed," this stalwart of Liberalism, Then, providing the Liberal party finds  at least during the last few weeks of an itself a dynamic leader supported by  election campaign, finds it extremely dif- rather more impressive candidates thaqi  ficult to find a good word in favor of many they have at present, there is every  anything  accomplished by the present  government in this province.  Strangely enough, considering this is  one of the most progressive and prosperous provinces, if not the most prosperous, in the country, we hear no utterances of heart rending sympathy for the  other provinces who are evidently far  worse off than we. After all, if we should  have better, what then should the others  who are in a worse plight need?  Then again we have the sorry-situation of continued abuse aimed at the  homeowner grant. Yet suddenly Mr. Pat  McGeer, the verbose master of all situations, the Liberal aspirant to provincial  leadership who has the cure-ail for just  about every political ailment; has ventured forth with the assurance that his party  if elected to office will retain the homeowner grant.  Well, bully for Pat McGeeef and by  the time we go to press, there is every  possibility the gentleman Berger, who  also has his hat set on provincial controL  will have decided it would be catastrophic  to indicate any intention of removing  the much maligned homeowner grant.  We do not in any way suggest the  Liberal party would be a detriment if  possibility a Liberal Government could  take over office.  During this present circus, we have  been treated to die spectacle of McGeer  mounting the Berger "teardown" platform without offering any constructive  alternatives other than the usual double  talk. We witnessed the sorry situation of  a Liberal in Manitoba joining the NDP  ranks in order to provide a Socialist majority On the local scene, an insignificant  name- practically pulled but of the hat  with three weeks to go. This is ludicrous  and hardly does credit either to the party  or the candidate.  .At the same time it is an action  which could easily Way toe balance between Social Credit or the misery of  Socialism. It is one thing to piously echo  the cry "we need a change" but considering the prosperity of the province compare to most others, to help pave the  wajr for a Socialist take-over is deplorable. This is the very reason many  Liberals and Conservatives have indicated intention of this time voting Social  Credit.  As we have stated previously, without fear or favor, we have but two  choices; We all know what they are.  ���SEKIilVIMB��   FlUi��  SOME months ago we drew attention to  the fantastic sums of taxpayers'  money, being spent by local authorities  on high priced surveys. At that time we  referred specifically to the number of  surveys carried out on behalf of the  Regional Board, all relating to the water  system. Basic system survey, improved  or extended system survey, engineering  survey, feasibility survey and even a survey to determine feasibility ol a feasibility survey.  This heavy expenditure is by no  means confined to the Regional Board,  for councils and school boards are all  victims of the current trend which dictates the necessity to call in high priced  consultants every time breathing is necessary. If the taxpayer only knew the  amount paid for such services in a few  short years by past school boards for  questionable* surveys, he would be horribly shocked. Insurance surveys, job  evalution surveys, landscape surveys,  architectural plans that were never used.  All at extremely high cost, and we would  certainly question just how much good  came from some of them.  Council of Gibsons has also been  well to the fore and apart from engaging  a consultant on a retainer basis has paid  large sums for surveys and engineering  services. Planning consultants were called  in a couple of years ago and a planning  survey carried out within the village.  Now, it appears, another such survey  is required following expansion of village  boundaries in order to provide guide lines  for the area now brought within the village. Cost to be $5,000.  It is to the credit of one GibsonS  Alderman that he took a stand over this  last item, for the old stock , charge of  3,000 for an average survey which seemed high has now reached a new level.  Unfortunately, Alderman Crosby's protestation was but a voice in tlie wilderness, for his colleagues obviously had no  desire to rock the boat. It must, of course  be appreciated that there are times when  professional help is required even though  not always essential, and it is easy to full  into the trap of calling in an expert every  time a ���>implc tap leaks.  Village council employs both a Building Inspector and u Works' Superintendent, the School Board employs a Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, the  Regional Board employs n Building Inspector. Each of these men, one would  imagine, possesses certain engineering  capabilities even though they might Jack  impressive professional qualifications and  wc have no doubL they are quite competent to provide many of the guide lines  that in the past have cost many thousands  of dollars.  This in effect* was an argument^ put  forward by Alderman Crosby, it is too  bad he was not sufficiently, forceful to  put his point over to the extent that at  least council would have given some consideration to seeking other bids.  Secheit Council has not fallen into  the trap as yet, probably because it does  not have that sort of money anyway. At  the same time; it.did seek an independent  survey for a walerfrpnt improvement project recently which turned out to be far  beyond present means. The consultant's  fee which was expected to be well in excess of $1,000 proved to be only $300.  We therefore cannot go along with the  weak argument that these people all  charge the same; they quite obviously  do not. ; '  Much of the blame for high cost of  living is blamed upon the provincial  government but we would suggest a little  closer attention be focused in the direction of local expenditure and the necessity of much of it.  Fletcher*8 Philosophy   Harry W. Fletcher  CONSANGUINITY  August the Tenth is Sons' and Daughters' Day,  to honor those who honored Mom and Dad,  so year after year we're able to say you're  the best sons and daughters wc ever had.  Al times you've been thoughtful of mother and  mc; dropt in to visit whenever you could,  except when events you couldn't foresee  prevented you coming; but wc understood.  Wc get along fine, though lonesome just now,  wondering what happened to hold up the  mail.  The years slither by, but wc know that lomc-  how all's well with the children, God will  prevail.  So what if you haven't come quite up to snuff  or joined with Uic hippies nnd dropt out of  school? Whatever you're doing know when  it's  cnougli, and think of the old folks who still  keep their cool.  So. hail to the youngsters, their tribe will  increase  to nin this old planet their cwn .pedal way:  So come, Moms and Dads, IcVs abandon  caprice,  for August the Tenth h Sons' and Daughters*  Day!.  Readers' Right  Repentance  Editor, The Times,  Sir���Quite a large percentage of our  populace very strongly advocate a tour  year parliamentary term of office in pref-  erenceto the election call coming at the  behest or whim of a premier.  However, we are again at the customary promising stage. When listening to  the varied promises one wqnders whether  annual elections would be more advantageous. Be that as it may, when we recall the much advertised debt-free province of B.C. can anyone be blamed for  wondering what relationship if any Bennett's lavish promises have to a kind of  death bed repentance. ^^ ^  What is wrong?  Editor. The Times, .  Sir_We hear so much about the inadequacies of modern education. Just  what is wrong with it? I ask this, an  earnest seeker for information, not as a  captious critic.  I can see many things wrong with the  education we received 60 years ago. For  instance, having left school at the age-of  17 and emigrated to Canada, I could get  no job except on\ farms and driving mules  on railroad construction, and all the Latin  and Greek I had learnt was-very little  use, railroad mules having no knowledge  of iL  And again re learning French conversation, for example those famous words m  Lesson 1, "Avez-vous le caruf de. Robert?"  Answer, "Non, il est dans la poche-de  Charles." "Have you the knife of Robert?"  '\No it is in the pocket of Charles;" Task  you,' could anything give one a worse  impression of the French, that they were  always pinching each others pocket-knives.  Very bad for the Entente Cordiale, not to  mention the ever-recurring vagueness as  to who actually had "the pen of my aunt"  And do they still teach those awful  arithmetical problems about A, B, and C  digging ditches, filling cisterns with water,  etc., where poor C always had to work  harder than B and much harder than A.  How much simpler if A and B had not  been so lazy.   ' ." ' '   '  Modern teaching ought to be very good,  as, with deepest sympathy to those Who  perished and were/injured in;T-U-zania.  teachers must be .paid pretty well,--to be  able to afford a trip to Tanzania "for something around $3,100, the figure -quoted  in the Sun. __  J. S. BROWNING.  A good ship  Editor, The Times,  Sir���August 27, 1969, has been set as  the date we paying passengers oh the  good ship British Columbia are asked to  cast our ballots to select the Skipper,  Mates, Engineers and crew we hope will  keep us safely afloat and on course without too oostly upkeep, thus keeping* fares  within our budget  ._ Since moving here from\Alberta a halt  century ago I would like to point out to  my fellow British Columbians some observations we might do well to think over  before -we mark our ballot and especially  those residing in the Mackenzie riding as  I'do. ' "���  , From 1919 to l!s|52 we had several  changes of masters and crew-with very  little progress. Our ship seemed to flounder in the waters off the southern mainland and the lower Vancouver Island with  little if any, effort to open up the vast  potential awaiting access and power for  development in" all the rest of the province.  Then we managed to elect a new Skipper, younger, more dynamic and with  broader vision. From the crew we selected for him he chose his mates and crew  and immediately set up a far reaching  plan to bring our ship to the attention of  the world,,roads, rails, boats and power.  This he has done.   I have often dis-  TKe under statement of the year dept  J~  "Big deal! This isn't the only garbage heap in the country!"  agreed with his methods yet I have to  admit the .accomplishments have been  astounding compared to what we had before and it brings to mind an old sailors'  warning: "If ye jump ship afore ye reach  port and know for certain yer new; berth  be a seaworthy vessel, ye may find yerself  swimmin' agin the tide."  And I would not care to change our  Hon. Mrs! Isabel Dawson who with only  one term in- office has proved to be the  best we had in my 50 years here, I have  been a rworker all my life and if you -are  worried about bill 33 I suggest you study  it as I have, and as our crew has. It  protects our mothers and wives and the  children to some degree when strikes go  to extreme and will go even further, I  feel, and force industry to show their books  Jo arbitrators.  My Mends, you have a vote. Study  your constituency's needs and USE your  ballot to elect the crew or skipper member of your choice and then shout to your  elected member when you.want changes  made.  LEN PARKER,  Bute Inlet.  St. John Ambulance  HEATSTROKE  HEATSTROKE,   as   the   name   implies,  is a dangerous condition which may  come on suddenly or develop from sunstroke.  Unconsciousness comes on rapidly,  but may be preceded by headache and  vomiting. The face is flushed, the skin,  hot and dry. The pulse is rapid and  .strong. 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Take time to look around ond  admire the fresh fruits, Vegetable* too, on display. There .Is on added Incentive to  , feature fresh fruits and vegetables during Salad Month as rctoilcts will be vicing With  each other to be acclaimed rcgionol and national winners for the !*:_( In delays.  This should give consumers a very wide choice of high quality fresh Imits ond vegc  tables for salad making.  Every tempting fresh fruit sabd deserves special attention being given .0 the  dressing served with It. A dressing sweetened with honey _ubtly enhances the flavors  of ihe fruits. Two such ara suggested, both light In texture, delicate In flavor ond  cosily and quickly mode.  MONEY CRIAM DRESSING  3 tablespoon* honey ' ������POon grated lemon ,M  BEMRHOS.  Furnishings and  Appliances  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phono 885-2058 - Sechelf, B.C.  PesiiBtitala Plumbing  Ltd.  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J_!-^_*J,*i.'..TC^fc^'..V^W^^-��V^>t��4F��:.*FJ-^Fjyiti,   ��"_*, V<*a,FFF-F..��1��F;��-'^"F(^l^;t,,1,���^^,-.    ,.   ^.   ��w*.  ��. t->     .^  ��� - _,v .   ��� ��-y. -v->. 1.   -V ' - -' ',* �� t J; ^Vs\' H 7* y'ff <'" i'; * f A-* if V (f ^.f> jf m". f W f r'K �� J.'". V J i' 7"-*i��' .  .����_...,��.  '-...^-A   ii,- .j t tf  ?.- ,--^�����IOi>~G,,^   --VVfT.-*V ��*?-F   -. -��  ^ -#VV.,..      l      .>     .>.--*'"Vi,        f    ,.    r-,*    .   ..,    ,.  , _-_F���S .{v/-��. ^v*-  ���      FT  - #*?-*-  {  ��#  IS:  Depf. Fisheries  ���Sport Fish Bulletin  VANCOUVER - HOWE SOUND  MOST OF the sport fleet headed for outside waters last week favoring the  stretch from Gower Point down past Worl-  eombe Island and along the south shore of  Bowen Island. Mostly small stuff here,  mind you, but going by the numbers of  ��ish taken, the catch wasn't bad at ail-  Equally fishy but receiving less effort swas  the West Vancouver shore from Point  Atkinson to Ambleside.  Off Bowen and Worlcombe, irollers  - picked up numerous 3 - 5 lb. jack chinooks,  plus a few chinooks just over the 5 lb.  mark and several cohoes, says the fishery  officer's report. Moochers at Gower Point  and Salmon Rock took larger fish although catch per rod was somewhat lower.  Few jumbo fish were taken anywhere  in the Sound last week. Biggest we heard  of was a 28 pounder boated at Salmon  Hock. Effort at the Roek has dropj-^d  since the slow-up in heavy chinooks.  Heavy seas at Cape Roger Curtis Friday sent a half dozen or so boats scurrying for shelter in Tunstall Bay where they  took a number of good-sized cohoes. Those  pesky little coho grilse have been showing  up every few days at the Cape, adds the  report. None are up to the 12-inch minimum keeper-size>as yet.  The Horseshoe Bay-Lions Bay area  continues on the slow side.  Halkett Point and Cotton Point were  no great shakes although a few cohoes to  9 lbs. and chinooks to 18 lbs. have kept  interest up.  The Britannia fleet is the only sizeable  one still working upper Howe Sound  waters. Heavy Squamish-bound chinooks  remain scarce. Heaviest last week in the  Britannia vicinity was a 25 pounder hooked incidentally by an angler jigging for  cod.  After light effort and slow fishing  through the week, the Point Grey Bell  Buoy livened-up Sunday with an influx  of jack chinooks in the area. Sunday's  boat check on the fishing grounds, too  early to get the true picture, found 14 of  20 boats with fish aboard ahd counted a  catch totalling 18 salmon���all jacks. Later  in the day, word was received of a limit  catch of jacks by -one- boat- that didn't  start fishing till noon. "  ',  SUNSHINE, COAST   .      *  The Powell River Sea Fair Salmon'  Derby held on the weekend had 31 salmon*  reach the weigh-in scales. Top chinook in  the event was a 21 lb. 14 oz. fish by _��en.'  Young. Runner-up with an 18.3 vtfas Bob  McNeil, "and in third spot .with a 16,},  Len Blackwell. Scene of most of the catch  was the Sarah Point area above Lund..   -:-  Cohces are still providing fair to goojl  action in waters at the top end of Texada  Island. Coho grilse have been a nuisance.  Cohces have been a hit-or-miss'proposition at Egmont Point arid actxfes Jervis  Inlet at Hotham Sound. A few chinoolfcS  to 18 lbs. have been taken irt Egmont Channel. '..',-.. ... !:.  Porpoise Bay in Secheit Inlet gave up  a 41 pounder for Herb Bordeli. of Secheit  last Wednesday. Boat checks found action  slow here last Wednesday and practically  no action Sunday evening. ,  ".  Telescope .Pass .joining. Blind Bay and  Jervis Inlet gave up a few cohoes while  nearby Fox Island off the entrance to  Blind Bay yielded the odd. 10-12 IK  Chinook. * y  Fernie Point seems fairly consistent,-  Cohoes around'5-6-lbs. were*taken' herd  in fair numbers along with a few medium*  sized chinooks.  Quarry Bay and Bjerre Shoal below  Francis Point saw good coho action  through Wednesday of last week and again \  on Sunday. The fishery officer's report  mentions the occasional chinook to 20 lbs.  at these sites. .     .  Lee Bay chinooks last week "included  a catch of 4 fish from 10 to 24 lbs. last  Thursday evening by the vessel Conno_*s  III. skipper unknown; a 29 M. pounder by  a Mrs. Patton on Sunday; and on Sunday  again, a 25 pounder by- Wayne Ormand  visiting from Colorado, - \  The fishery officer reported small cohoes at PL Upwood, Texada Island and  Pt. Young, Lasqueti Island before southeast winds on Friday and Saturday. A  friend of the writer in company with two  other anglers took their three-rod limit at  PL Upwood by 8:00 ajm) Sunday. The  fish weighed between 3%-6% lbs. and  most were taken on trolled herring strip.  Foster parents meet  ��� ^** V  11    *    - *W   - _*-    l.-L ___>" \��    i.    .        _-,    u<     * *.  for flard coaferesqe  "DAN ;CAMP^EL_LJ;'Minister��� of .-Social  1 Welfare} has announced that the Department ah Social Welfare will be pleased'  to. co**sponsbr - the 3rd: Provincial -ITdster  Parent Conference," said Mrs. -Richard. J.'  Pedosuk, North Vancouver Foster Mother,  newly appointed cha_rm_in 'of the' 1970  Provincial Foster Parent Conference" to  be held iri- Vancouver on April 24-26,  1970. "Theme of the Conference will'be  'Fostering TToday -and Tomorrow*" said  Mrs, PedoSdk in commenting on the program- which .will include several outstanding afce_Ui4rs and special workshops on  topics of-interest-to foster parents, ind  their social, worker group consultants.' ���  150 delegates will represent 40 Foster  Parent Associations from throughout British Columbia whose total membership now  numbers approximately 5,000. ' The first  Foster Parent Association in British Columbia began in Victoria in 1960 and has  given' impetus io the establishment and  growth of the 40 associations existing today,       y ��� -  1 Grift, highlight of the Conference will  be the election of a Provincial Executive  which Will'be the collective voice of'all  B.C. Foster* Parents.  Foster Patent Associations already, are  vital and active community .groups. Goals  include improving skills as parents! fostering children; speaking out for more services for children, and recruiting and helping new foster families.  Delegates attending the conference will  have opportunity to participate in the  Child Welfare League of America Conference which'-' will be held immediately following.  Th**? -Peninsula Times  fag? A-S       Wednesday, August 13,19*69  WALT fWSKESi  SALES LTf&V  Your BAPCO PAINT;  DEALER in  GIBSONS  On the Wharf . 886-9303  Quality House end - Marine  Point.  Gibsons Hardware  (&9��*S)   Lfdi.  Dealer for;  MARSHALL WELLS  PAINTS  Barnacle Bills Marine. Point  1556 Marine '  GIBSONS. ' '886-2442  It takes:a knowing eye to perceive the  old in the-new . . . the new in the old.  C S-S-S  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  DEALER  in  Secheit - 885-9713  "Look .Better... Longer"  8��FOHE THE PMmim CO^TRACTOT  ._....,... /.��$^e��'       ..' ':;"���',.  Save yourself some money ond the pqtnfing contractor  some time by.makingbasicpreparations-for painting^ suggests  the Canadian-Paint Manufacturers Association. For an outdoor paintirfg: project,' remove^ storm windows'and doors so  that, the pointers, have ready oc&esS to those you wont painted.  If you have potio or porch furniture that is in the-way, move  it to a less troublesome'place. With o,few precautions/ you'll  be able to~enjoy the~frnished painrprojeerfhor much sooner.  I$*3D��0!t PR��f��AftATIQS*4�� .mnrm^Mmm  If you hdve hired a painting;contractor,to ���redecorate  the interior of your.home^you can-save labor, costs; otid time  by doing the-basic preparations'yourself, suggests'the -Can-,  adian-Paint Manufacturers.Associption./Firstyremoye.all.-wall  decorations/ drapes and blinds. Move furniture rtoHhe^center  of the room. Dust-the-walls-and-windows.--If-therefis-any  accumulation of dirt, remove; it with'a mild detergent solution���then rinse with clear water.'-If. not-removed'kitchen  grease-and bathroom soap.film can ruin a, paint firfshY.      <  Variety & Points  Deoler for  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  in GIBSONS  Look - Better - Longer  Sannycres* Shopping Centre  886-2615  ��ULF  Building Supplies  BAPCO PAINT  DEALER  in  SECHELT - 885-2283  fam Creek tafegrS JiMpi  ' YOUR GEt4E?lAL PAINTS DEALER  Monamel.ond Breeze-Points" ,  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY NEAR GIBSONS   .  m$$ar& Ltd.  Your Pealer for  SHERWIN  WILLIAMS  PAINTS  SECHELT-��85-2171  IB. III 'HI J) IJIIIBa���������������B��B���  tnataHMM-i  Points don't have to be nailed down  when angles are properly dovetailed.     ;������  By H. Klyne Headley  TEARFUL parting at the Vancouver Airport on July 16 brought to a close one  of the highlights of concert season���the  fir_?t Canadian tour of the Brno Children's  Choir_ Thousands of people and thousands  of words spoken and published, gave tribute to the unique experience riot often provided through music. To meet, travel  with and to know children from another  ���land as well as to hear them sing in a  manner that few professionals can match,  gives one; much to think about. -'. ���  Not least amoi^*"fhe m^^&iJeriihg-rT  on a tour which "included the Sunshine *  Coast, Vancouver, Victoria and Penticton,  was the obvious interest and delight exhibited by the choir in many things we  take for granted. Our beautiful forests,  streams and lakes, homes and cities, the  evidence of affluence, the friendly treatment by our people, the many gifts and  the sincere appreciation of the qualities of  the Czech children���all of these blessings  we live with daily can give us a deeper  feeling concerning the values we can store  at home.  Aside from the great musical experience we all shared, there arc some parting  thoughts (that linger on. First, children can  achieve and become according to the quality of leadership and teaching. Secondly,  models which we all use as guides for  growth in character, whether consciously  or otherwise, shape our Value judgments.  The Czech children whose environment includes great cathedrals, masterpieces of  art and sculpture, fine schools and teach-  \ ers are also blessed with a kind of family  life conducive to unity. Love of children  comes first! Provision for their welfare is  paramount. Wars, troubles and tragedy  have not changed these fundamentals.  The choir is an example of discipline. Not  only by its director but more to the point  ���the self-discipline which each child has  developed. This is not a new idea, JSttluSjr  it is a very old one. The opportunity ana  the encouragement necessary for applica*-  tibn of self-discipline with the approbation  that necessarily must JEOII9W achievemeht  is the key to excellence in all things. Our  thanks to the choir of children who Showe^  iii by example that this old^fashionfediidea**  still has merit Y *"    *"'  So we say farewell to some wonderful  children. All around us are children just  as wonderful The mingling of ours with  the choir showed many (things whi<?h we  hope will help us to make a better Vforld  at honie for us and our young people. Not  by chance will this happen. Discipline is  only the control���Ideas are1 the food of the  mind. A plan is needed. Do we care  enough? .  mwwwMW��wiw- uromiMMWMMW  \  For   return  of tmoll boot or  informoHor.  leading to it* whereabouts.  DESCRIPTION:  Name���Pen 60  Registration���13K 33715  Length���15 ft. .... Breadth���5 ft.  Depth���2.8 ft.  Colour: above water line���white ,,  deck���block; Iniido���blue.  Small hole on deck and on upper (eft hand  ot the bpw.  Contact: Secheit Police pr Phone 885-2014.  ">MB!^^  fMQW AT LAST  Schedule Service: S^CMELT~| NAMA8E/_Q |--SECIflEI_,T  MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY  LEAVES SECHELT LEAVES NANAIMO 7  8:00 o.m. ���"* 9:00 o.m.  X)2:00 noon *  1:00 p.m.  x 4:00 .p.m. 5:00 p.m.  7:00 p.m. ��� FRIDAY ONLY ���      8:00 p.m.  SATURDAY ONLY  LEAVES SICHELT LEAVES NANAIMO  8:00 o.m. *  9:00 o.m.  xl 2:00 noon .    ��� 1:00 p.m.  4:00 p.m.    " 5:00 p.m.  SUNDAY ONLY  LEAVES SECHELT  12;00 noon  x 4;00 p.m.  7;00 pm.  LEAVES NANAIMO  * 1:00 p.m.  5:00 p.m.  8:00 p.m.  Extra Flight* - Frldoyi, Sundays and Holidays at required.  * Conr��<*ctlnn Flight* to Pender Harbour Arwi,   Nelwi  Ulond, Jervl* Inlet,  Fgmont,  Secheit Inlet, Narrows Inlet ami Salmon Inlet.  X Connecting Flights from above points W Nonolmo.  FA.HES  Nonalmo to Scchclt���One Way Fare, $9.00 1  Weekend Round Trip Excursion (Fri. to Moti. only). $12.00 return  EFFECTIVE JUNE 15th,  1969 TO SEPTEMBER 1st,  1969  Secheit���S8S-2214 Vaticouvet*���4184122  !*"OTE'  Direct  Ufv*  Phone Num!x*r from Nonofmo  to b#  puhlldwd  wfwHi avwrftafcl*.  " AH Rot*, and S-.MX.ufe. Subject ta Chonae Without Home..  B3PBB&����^  GOWERMEilT OF BSHTlSH'COi.U^il  -   --'-j-  fy$A>y^ -'   s�� t\      * <7  UyJ C.. <,fL (    ';   * ' ��  . "_    -   *1 *V*    ���   ���     r*  re  -,T-|  A    4      *-  4     _��*��� Ji  >       ,.       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Y 1  ^***'*     .    f'    _.  ���*____.  *,4tm*mmpmml  Pollution Control ot Work,  Th�� standards of effluent control set for recently constructed  ptitp mills under permit In British Columbia aro recognized as  containing among the highest requirements lo be found arry-  wh$r0,Th�� Objectives of these standards are to protect public  health, Wcr@at.onal facilities, fisheries and wildlife.  Bec^Mfe th#o standards are unprecedented in their requirements, thoy havo challenged tho ability of manufacturers and  engineers to design, construct and maintain unexcelled  wast@*Control facilities, 8omo efforts havo been more successful than others, but It la anticipated that at an early dato  every pulp mill under pormlt In British Columbia will meet tho  high effluent control standard! on an uninterrupted basi3.  The wealth of Information obtained by coir^ftumJO testingul  various waste-control facilities in tho par-Sthrcoycorah proving to bo a valuable asset in making prsclsacsssssmcntacf  facilities to bo installed in future milla and In oxlstlng mills  which aro now being required to updato their controlo.  In recognition of their rosponslbllty to tha poopl�� of thla province, management and personnel at pulp mills throughout  British Columbia aro cooperating in their efforta to meet tho  Pollution Control Branch's stringent regulations governing  effluent control, especially in cases where surveillance tim  shown a pulp mill's effluent treatment to bo Insufficient entl  when tho Pollution Control Dranch haa required LT:mcrf'**.*o  remedial action.  For further Information, pleas�� writ�� WATER ilf=S0URGB8.'$����WiCB  IEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS  ID WATER RESOURCES  Hon. R. G, Willlston, Minister/V. Raudsepp, Deputy Minister ot Water Resources/Parliament BulKIfnit,.Victoria, B.C.  w'PW,W*;w^Plwrw  mwni  V  n-*  *!  ���.I  , 1 1 1 .�� *.',..; a  lo'. ii i -* i -  J- .  On the hustings  ,, .   ,    _ ���by Donald Lockstead. NDP  DONALD Loeksteacl, NDP candidate'for*  -Mackenzie said, "We cannot afford to  continue the present government's sell-out  policy of our natural resources.  "Under the, present administration, we  have remained a province entirely dependent on the export of natural resources.  We have seen these resources slipping out  of our control Our oil and- gas, our minerals, and even our.forest industry is seriously affected.  "When we export raw resources, we  export jobs." We must plan for the development of secondary industry unless we  are prepared to accept widespread ,unem-  ployment.  "Due to lack of foresight and planning,  vast areas of our British Columbia land  is no longer available for the use of B.C.  citizens.  "We must develop a sophisticated.and  diversified manufacturing industry.  "The New Democratic Party offers a  clear, workable alternative to the present  situation. 'We will establish a B.C. Planning and Development Council, to conduct' an intensive and continuing review  Page A-6.       .   Tlie Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 13,1969  ���*.*���" ��* **���"*���������>m~ '  "��.�����   i ���'��� ' *���*���'**       ���inn- ���!��  of the industrial scene to chart a course  for the growth and expansion of secondary  industry in ithe province. The Council will  - be empowered to survey investment patterns and requirements, and,would be required to lay plans before the Cabinet: for  the Cabinet must, in the final analysis, be  ��� responsible for the planning of our economic future.  "The Council would concern itself wit!  the total picture, not just with luring investments into the province. The Council  and the Cabinet would be committed to a  policy of full employment, a policy designed to end cyclical and seasonal recessions that deprive, people of full employment, and the economy of full utilization of our resources."  io  IIM_llia_MW_��WMII-MMM��W___M-HI-M*M��IMyMMM--_W|^^  YOUR AUTHORIZED  MERCURY DEALER  A GOOD SELECTION OF  USED ITEMS  * GARDEN TRACTOR  USED_OUTBOARDS  TIB rot THE mi  AUGUST 13th to AUGUST 19th  13 1247 am 10.3  W. 0529 am 12.9  1232 pm    2.8  0759 pm 14.4  16 0237 am   7.9  Sa. 0754 am 12.2  0212 pm    5.1  0854 pm 14.5  14 0127 am    9.7  Th. 0614 am 12.8  0107 pm    3.3  0814 pm 14.4  17 0317 am    6.9  Su. 0849 am 12.0  0242 pm    6.3  0914 pm 14.4  15 0202 am    8.9  fr. 0704 am 12.5  0137 pm    4.0  0834 pm 14.5  18 0352 am    5.9  M. 0954 am 11.8  0317 pm    7.7  ,     0939 pm 14.3  19 0437 am    5.0  A        Tu. 1109 am 11.8        k  ThT            0402 pm    9.1     jf  1004 pm 14.1  MORE ABOUT . . .  '��� Garbage. by-law < .  ���from page A-l  .There are other merchants in the same  position" -       ��*���  Aid. Rodway insisted he failed to understand why a private resident* should  be restricted to one can in light of the  fac>a~mej^hant could have an u____imited  iber. Asked why? Aid- Watson said  rdon't ask me" but added "we considered  one sufficient for a home."  Another regulation questioned by Aid.  Watson was that stating "garbage for pickup must be, drained, in sanitary condition  and wrapped." While he agreed .garbage  should be drained and in sanitary condition, he pointed out that many commercial  premises would have great difficulty in  wrapping much of their garbage.  Clerk Ted Raney pointed out the fact  that this ruling was also included in the  original Bylaws and was for the purpose  of restraining unsightly garbage piles.  It was moved the "wrapped" clause be  removed buti 'in sanitary, drained condition' be kept in.  Prior to moving that tenders be called  for the' Garbage Contract, Aid. Watson  said he had read in the press that Victoria is presently working on a taped system for provision of property owners lists..  "This will simplify matters considerably  and will make possible a more equitable .  method of collection" he said. He added  that the Mill rate system is but a temporary measure.  MORE ABOUT . . .  �� Sechelf council  ���from paga A-l  that Pender Harbour was able to get some  for free "and, indeed, with, no freight  costs." This was done quite, legally, he  pointed out, but added that Secheit is not ���  in that position. However, he has managed to obtain an address of a Vancouver  company which does handle used hydrants. Turning the address over to Roads  and Works Chairman Harold Nelson for  further perusal, he warned the hydrants  are not always available but it might be  a sound idea to get on the list.  BEAUTIFICATION "  Discussion on planting small trees or  shrubs along Cowrie Street continues.  Planters were found to be too costly but  a suggestion by Aid. Thompson that they  be planted directly in the ground gained  little enthusiasm. Mayor Bill Swain said  he felt the roots could prove a problem  with water pipes, drainage, etc Aid. Watson explained that this would not be so.  Various alternatives were considered but  no decision made.  NO CAMPING  Aid. Thompson drew attention to the  fact campers are being used for camping  within the village which\is against Village  Bylaws. Council agreed to his suggestion  that signs be purchased warning that no  overnight camping is permitted.  Greene Court raffle for worthwhile cause  HAVE you"bought your tickets on the*  Green Court raffle to be drawn in  September? By buying a ticket you will  be contributing to the comfort and welfare of the tenants of Greene Court, the_  senior citizens* homes at Secheit and at  the same time you will have a chance, to  win- magnificent 18 inch by ,28 inch;  needlepoint picture, of two old galleons,*  the work of Mrs. Louis Hansen. The- picture is on display in the'window of Parker's Hardware, Secheit.  , Other prizes are .a 400, day clock, a.  folding garden -lounge and a silver pin  from fiie; workshop of Millie. Leyland.  ^ . .RaffleTtickets are available at Parker's   _  Hardware,  the .Peninsula  Times  office,  Barber Fred Jorgensen and the Tasella  SHopl *     * Y  Residents of the .Pender Harbour area  can ^et their tickets from Mrs. E. P. Spi-  cher and in Halfmoon Bay, they can be  obtained at the Post Office, the B & J  Store or from Mrs.M. Tinkley.  Phone 885-9626  W��WW��l��W������������lW��M����MWM����������-��>__-_W��l-_-��MI��Wl��������M��WW��_������  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CEHHROPEACTOH  Post OWed Building Secheit  .���     Phono 085-2333  T       Res. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  ��i���Hie.T 1  MJUU-IOUIMUIJUU^  xxxxxxmmotmm-nt^^  FOR QUALITY SHOES  PMONE 885-95*9 SECHELT, B.C.  ii-innnr���**"**"     ������_�����-���  -^nnnlwn^lnnnnnlllnnnnnnn^rl-^r-���T--------'*^*''^���������^^^--''^^���^^^^^���^^''"l^l^^'*^''^^^^^''"^^''  w*,**mMm*��.  C.S.A. appro��ed  USTRIAL F0C  now at UNCLE MSC1CS  Buy Job Tested Footwear for your job. National C.S.A. approved brands that you know and trust, in SAFETY and hard  wearing footwear.  GREB'S,   DAYTONS,   KAUFMANS,   LECKIES,   ROYAL'S,  H.H. BROWN.  Lightweight Cruiser,  (GUARANTEED TO  HOLD CAULKS).  ~k       ~k      "&  6" Work Boot with light  'weight Foam or Cord  on  end  soles.  RUGGED WORKER.  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' a  * * '  �� W/tJ��n*^��'-*��V i  */"*"-VwS',*,*>^��*J^ "#" >nc ��e-r ����� ��m ���"  ^y^^^nt. y- > ^ --  V       -       -i-    ���>*-''" 7,    i-**   ^.     jf  Success event  Section B  Wednesday, August 13/1969  Pages  Colcfrful sailpast launched  popular Redrooffs * Regatta  Sunshine Coast themefor Art Gallery show  " \  <���*./>-'  >*  <&  K  ����_  7^?  ?  it  -J^  r<  1  Taking salute in Redrooffs Regatta,  the Stuart Lefeaux family seem to be  enjoying a pretty good life despite  Good Life  c, -        - -  questions marks on reverse" Side of  sign.  �����*���--���*���*������, ��,**  /�����.  j** ��� ���  /��  *o  *.���  *vj  tr-__y4l_ni^-^"*i"i^'J'     *  Y  *L__, .  "'3  'J*  .111  rr ii   ii&inriwn - ilUm.inl r-J-  -_-i-t *  fy-itttn-S^  n&  **��*������  ���J  f  __���__._. C_ '..'___���_!  nwv.Br  rowereo  Declared best all round, decorated even more camouflaged than" their  boat in Redrooffs Annual Regatta, floating flower-basket which was col-  the Randle and Russell families were    orful entry in parade.  FORTUNATELY the weatherman's dismal  , forecast for last Saturday failed to materialize and the weather was perfect for  the Regatta sponsored by the Redrooffs  Beach ��nd Country Club.  The afternoon started with the sailpast  of decorated boats led by Parade Marshal  Lee Straight, while President Andrew Bir-  rell took the salute on the beach in front  of Castaways.  Award for the best all-round boat was  given to "Flower-Powered," decorated  with flowers and ferns by the Randle and  Russell families. Prize for the most original entry was awarded to the Tommy  Campbell boat, "Moon Walk," while  "Chevron Island" with its lively Hawaiian  dancers won for the Ryan family the  award for the most humorous boat. Other  interesting entries were "Judy and Pierre  ���the love affair of the century" (Boyle,  family), Redrooffs Dog Pound (C. 1. Taylor family), "The Good Life (Stuart Lefeaux family), the Chris Daltoas giving a  lively impression of" the Japanese exhibit,  at Expo 70, the Harold Merilees family as  "Merilees we Roll Along" and the Lee  Straight entry, SS Indolent.  Following are the results of the swimming races:  Age 6 and under���Alan Russell, Betty  RusselL  9 and under���boys: Russell Kent, Nicholas Van Egmond, David Laidlaw; girls:  Sandra Jorgensen, Barbara Gillis, Sherie  Jorgensen.  12 and under ��� boys: Jamie Simpson,  Robbie Gillis, John -Boyle; girls:  Kathy  Simpson, Sandra Jorgensen, Lynn Ban-;  man.  16 and under���boys: Ronnie Straight,  Robbie Gillis, Jamie Simpson; girls: Wendy Cleveland,,. Debby Mayne, Kathy Simpson.  Open ��� Men's:   Bruce   Caple,   Bruce  Campbell, Ronnie Straight.  -   Open ��� Women's:   Penny   Newcombe.  Wendy McDonald, Lynn Bogardus.  Underwater Swimming���Robbie Gillis,  Jamie Simpson, Joey Salisbury. [  Again one of the ,most hilarious events  was the rowboat race, with every skiff Tin  sight along the beach pressed into service^  So crowded was the bay that collisions  were inevitable and two boats capsized  and their occupants had to swim ashore.  Winners were:: 1. Billy Dix and.Mike Ryan, 2. Ronnie Straight and Zoftan Nyiri;  3. Kathy Cruise and Kathy GreenalL  Log Rolling was again one of the most  popular events of -the afternoon with many  heats having to be run in all classes.  Final results were:  10 and under���Norman' Laidlaw, Andrew Boyle, John Boyle.  16 and under���Billy Dix, Robbie Gillis,  Ronnie -straight.  35 and over���Wendy McDonald, Stuart  Lefeaux, Chris Dalton.  Open���The final log rolling event was  open and after eight heats, Len Laidlaw  was declared winner after an exciting contest with runner-up Bruce Campbell.  Ice cream was served to everybody on  the beach and Mr. Birrell extended thanks  to Chris Dalton and Peter Bogardus who  had worked so hard to organize such a  happy and successful afternoon. A happy  day was rounded off with a shake-up for  the teen-agers at the Boyle cottage in the  evening.  Junior fishing derby  offered Legion trophy  JUNIOR fishing derby has been such a  tremendous success at Davis Bay that  a similar event has now been planned for  the  teen-agers.    Royal   Canadian  Legion  '������ Branch 140 is offering a trophy.for the  * largest fish caught off-the-'wharf -or,-from  i a boat. Halfmoon. Bay, is included as the  ; Legion Charter extends this,far. Y  I      Boys and girls from 12 to 18 years are  * eligible and besides winning the trophy  I ithe lucky fisherman will also receive $5.  I Chairman of the committee in chargeof  I the contest is Mr. Bill'''Mh6%d'r'a^iBied''hy'  j Bill Hill, Lance Watson and Charlie  I Brookman.  . Contest opens August 10 and will con-  f tinue until Labor Day.  BEAUTIFUL scenery of the Sunshine  Coast is a magnet for artists and for the  next two weeks the Community Arts  Council Gallery in Secheit will highlight  a selection of paintings by local artists  with a Sunshine Coast theme. Many of  them reflect our love of our' coastline,  small boats at anchor at a wharf in a  sheltered bay, Garden Bay, Porpoise Bay,  Hopkins Landing, the moonlight shimmering across the calm waters of Halfmoon  Bay, or seagulls at rest on a rocky beach.  Beauty spots such as Gospel Rock and  Sechelt's Lovely Church, "Our Lady oi  Lourdes," always attract artists and are  represented in the collection. The quiet  and peace of the forest can also be captured on canvas and woodland scenes by  Mollie Almond and Len Allen are included.  Artists contributing to the display will  include, C. Clement of Pender Harbour,  Dorothy Hall, Jim Meecham and Ruth  Stone of Welcome Beach, Peg Marshall,  Dick Marsh, Helen Rutherford and Kay  Wells of Roberts Creek, Irene Anderson,  Dorothy Johnson and Margaret Trueman  of Gibsons, Mary Wicklund and Vi Chamberlin of Soames and Hokins, and Pat  Chamberlin whose parents are Mr. and  Mrs. Charles Gooding of Davis Bay.  The Gallery is open from 10-4 p.m.  daily from Tuesday to Saturday and this  display will be followed by children's  paintings from Vancouver and Czechoslovakia on loan from the Children-to-Chil-  dren Cultural Exchange program on August 26.  Attach a rear observation platform to  those speeding trains-of-thought.  HH  i!f__fB  SECHELT THEM  ���PRESENTS���  THE WRECKING CHEW  Dean Martin. Stella Stevens,  Nancy K*wan  Technicolor - Cartoon and Single  FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY,  AUGUST 15, 16 and 18  Out 10:00 p.m.  NEXT WEEK  DOCTOR DOLITf LF  ^tXZiSWav^yj^^^  Braggage .  aspires to be.  what'all smart luggage  With flower-powered boats in regatta,  top-hatted hula danced didn't attract  any customers to "Chevron Island,"  but did waltz off with mosl.&wi&imfs  award in parade of boats: ,   . -,��' Y *  LEO AQUINO and HIS ..ORCHESTRA  STARS OF T.V-.. AND RADIO  Friday & Saturday,  August 15th &��� 16th  Friday Smorgasbord at 7:30 p.m.  Entertainment from 9 p.m..to 2, a.m.  Saturday Smorgasbord, from 7:30  p.m. Entertainment from 8:00 p.m.  to midnight.  ENJOY A NIGHT TO REMEMBER  at  CASA MARTINEZ  For Reservation  J Phono 885-2270  Davis Bay, B.C.  $3.50 per person  _'*M-��_--__-8tt^  CI  Phone 886-9543  M-VALU  Your Car  Pa All Your Shopping  effer  or��  Save  Phone 886-2424  Todd's Dr?goods  Children and  Infants Wear  , Ladies' Sports  �� Advantage  Our Monthly Draw.  Phono 886-9994  Sunnpest  Phono 886-9962  Tho Servico Station  Willi everything for  tlso Motorist *    < <  CASH YOUR FAMILY  ALLOWANCE CHEQUE  AT ANY SUNNYCREST  STORES AND A FREE  ENTRY GOES INTO  THE DRUM FOR OUR  MONTHLY $50 DRAW  One $30 and Two $10  Winners.  Qur popular monthly  Family Allowance Uraw  Now give�� you a better cSinnco to  win. Wo give 3 prizes each month  One $30 and Two $10  Draws  Winners @nnounced monthly.  IS  rS  S  MRS;  GLORIA FYLES  Hopkins Landing _$30  MRS. E. WOLVERTON  Hopkins Landing _$10  MRS. P. TOWNLEY  Roberts Creek $10  Variety and.  . Paints  'Anything You  WantWe Have"  Phone 886-2615  Iruse Drogs Ltd.  Phone 886-2726 '  On the Sunnycrest  Plaza for your  Shopping Pleasure    |  Charles English  Limited  Real Estate  and Insurance  Phono 886-2481  Dun's Shoe Store  A Complete Line  t of Shoes for  the Entire Family  phone 886-2624  AUGUST ,16th  AllOlllCEiElf  BY POPULAR REQUEST  We Are Pleased To Say  the'  "WESTERN RHYTHM"  .' will, return, August 23rd  le "Penn Hip" will ploy music for Dancing lugusf 16i  Reservations Only ���. ��� $G.OO per couple. Smorgasbord from 7 p.m... Dance 9 p.m. to ?  DANCING ONLY  No Smorgasbord  After 9 p.m  $3.00 Couple  AUGUST 16th  Phone @SS-23aa - Highway XO!, Secheit, B.C.  gsafeg^^ jf i�� -_ ���( *>-V>', 1,t'"i*''*f**v- *i ��  ������-t*>rvi-'fr^**F>*vvf ***fe. ^ "���''*��� 7^*vi, Y, . n i'B**f- <*-. ?*. <=>'''���.  fe_a____J__^. ?__-<_-_��� .      ,) ,VV^.,.l .f^_U��F^^H&*^KUag_. J    __.J*,____a_��4-&_ wL.-.  I  1*  i  *  I1  jr  *#  ��� r��� j**-  X.  .IJ  1--Y  s  J  _  i  1 ���  \ s  ���*���  _ _  .  V-w  /  t\ i <?^v  '.. v 7  K\  <���> I  \  \  .   I  \\  I'  J/  /  'Z���^  /-  ���A  .��,  z.  ,,    ,.     .. Congratulations, 4 .,    . ���  Those who leave aiplane.by para-, toed only 1*/^^* U^SS ��� ���S^^rit1?1^J^^S��2  chute' in order tt, savs/tfieir lives - saved-tough-the wearing <rf;faard w** j^rtSSn* irifS?  qualify jforniembership in defamed ���hats *e .engaged in hazardous oc- ^^^^SvSh�� cSSS  ^teroillar'Club" In 1948 C R. cupations. Today," members, tare to. 16ft, is-seenixecewmg His certificate  R^^re^WS'aT-^rtte b/found in>ur|e,Latin America,, ^f^SS^tS^  Club." SembershfP 6fWch fa-ft.   Australia, and 'NMtatn 'America.   ^^co^p^^onV.Tbe e!  D. Bullard CoEfipapy manufactures  syVqi^SSCNiV** v����;  safety equipment and sponsors the  club. -.������!."  U  \  r  \ tS  \    ��   -      \  \ \     i    \  \       ���    \  !  I  C/Af^r  if  o o  \  j o u ,  v O O /  >,\  , 1  S"  Dangerous Missile  President of Local 297, Fred Corley pound sheave which fell from the  was present at al gathering held last faulty rigging of a ship he was help-  Monday,, August 4, at Port Mellon in ing load at the mill. IBs hat was  which Augufjtus Schneider, a mill em- dented but his life saved, thus quali-  ployee, was awarded a certificate of fying him for membership in the  membership into the "Turtle" club. "Turtle" club. Mr. Corley is holding  Mr. Schneider was wearing a hard the sheave and Mr. Schneider holds  hat when he was struck by a two- the dented hat for a Times picture.  lOJOQOth member ��� . .  ;ori Fieiion ..-employee  joins exclusive club  AUGUST Schneider,45, of Gibsons, B.C., membership on June 9 while working on  has become fUie .0,000th member of tlie board the MV Massimino d'Amico wlien a  Turtle   Club,   an  exclusive  organization two-pound sheave from a schooner block  whose membership is made up of people came   loose   dropping   approximately   90  who have been saved from .death or seri- feet to the bottom of the hold striking him  ous injury by wearing hard hats while on the head.  engaged in hazardous occupations. Because he was wearing his hard hat  A certificate of membership land a new at the time  Schneider  suffered only  a  hard hat were presented to Schneider Au- slight injury.                             -  gust 4. by E. D. Billiard Jr., President of The Turtle Club was starU*d in 1948 by  the E. D. Bullard Co. of Sausilito, Califor- Cantor's Safety Department Manager C. It.  nia, safety equipment manufacturers who Bustemeyer and claims i;500 members in  Sponsor the club. British Columbia as part pf thj. 9,999 other  Schneider, a Hold. Man at, the Howe workmen   around   the  world   who  have  Sound Pulp Division of Canadian Forest wisely projected themselves by wearing  Products Ltd. at Port Mellon, qualified for protective head gear.  cahadiw 'radio-television'"  "commission .  The Canadian Radio-Television Commission announces the  following decision oft application*** heard nt its eixth Public  Hearing in i-ondon, Ontario, on March 4, 5 and 6, 1969. Further  decision will bo announced latcr.  CATV APPLICATIONS  As n m.'ittcr of policy, the Commission's approval of applications for licence*, to carry on CATV broadcasting undertakings  l-s for a period of two years. Licensing conditions will lie based  uj^n the Commission's CATV policy -which was.announced on  May 13, 1969.  DccMcm CRTV 69-105 '"*    r  BnCHPLT, n.c  Application for a Hcente by Northwest Communications Ltd.  lo carry on �� CATV broadcasting under laling to nerve ScdieJt,  Il.C.  Decision: APPROVED.  Reawns; In tho opinion of the Commission, the broadcasting  receiving umln. flaking will provide aiatisfactory service to viewer*  In the area.  Iho Commission grant*, a licence for a two-year period nib-  ject to the conditions which will be .pecified in the licence.  It in a condition of each licence that tlie liccni.ee company  shall comply on or before Septrml>er 1, 1970, with tho dirccti��m  of Iii* Excellency, the Covernor-*<leiicral-in Council, regarding  ownepkhip and control ���<SK)H''69-M0),  V. K. FOSTFR,  CRTO-28  Secretary,  Does Your Club or Group report its Activities Regularly to The Times?  t\  i   #  i  *   I   &3S_Jit-   '-   -     YY    -   '      ���    '  ; i.  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Unconditionally guaranteed by the Province of British Columbia,  Parity Bonds yield f**��% interest per annum,  and !irc cashable at any lime for the full pur-  chascpriee.Your in .estment is directly linked  with ihe continuing development of our pro-"  vincial resources, And the earnings you enjoy will help your family move ahead financially In the year* to come.  Place your order for B.C. Hydro 6'/i% Parity  Development Bowk now ... through your  bank, lru,i company or investment dealer.  THE ISSUE: Purchases of this issue by an individual  or company arc limited to 525,000.  DENOMINATIONS: Hearer bonds are available wilh  coupons attached in denominations of $100, $500,  $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000. *'���''"     '    -  RF.CjISTRATION: Jiondi of $1,000, $5,000 and  $10,000 can bo fully registered. ,  INTEREST: Interest at the rate of <>%% per annum  -will be paid on the 1U day of December, March, Juno  and September during the currency of the bond.  n  DATH OF 1SSUB: September 1,1969.  I)ATI. OF MATURITY: September 1, 1974.  RKDF.MPTION: Drills Columbia Hydro <ift%  Parity Development Uondi can 1>C redeemed at par  value at any \irm at any bank in the Province of  British Columbia,' of at any branch of British Columbia Hydro's bankers throughout Canada.  On sale now at BankSy  Trust G>mpanies and  (nvestirient Dealers  thnoMghout British Columbia  "an****r"  6VA !.k^**^^'->*v^ v>*i��*W*.*-��Y���OVW-V-*'�����-'��� - .-vv~^w *<-.,,.,_ <'".������> *w t-<- .* -  . *v^ i*1-^* ^ *-��ai. 1 ���l  . A.V *��'W j rf��#."��i<"..F��",.. - '^-7' "'V .-A-,-,*-*- .���i-.i>v'.. v *"t- 'f^ . -r *.*> -Fy .... .J-,--'?*.-'' >' i^^/*. r> "���# ��� ' "'   ^ i - "^ '��� "'  - WM.*- ��� - ..-  ..r i' .-  :^iieyp^n\t\saia -times--"-��� :Mge B-3',  Wednesday, August 13.1969  Around Gibsons  SECONDARY School pupils from the Sunshine Coast who left Vancouver by  train al 5 p.m. op. August 4 for Winnipeg,  Manitoba, were Barbara Cameron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cameron, Pender Harbour, and ihree Elphinstone students, Nancy Millier from Port Mellon,  Dorian Gregory of North Road, and Steven Lee of Pratt Road.  . On this travel plan, known as the  Young Voyageurs, which is a student exchange, arranged by the Federal Government in co-operation with the Provincial Governments, the loeal young people  joined with a groub from West Vancouver  and Squamish, making a party of 24, accompanied by two adults. They are expected to return on August 16.  They are billeted in private homes and  will share the activities of their hosts as  well as attending many special functions  and program of events planned for them.  BABY SHOWER  Mrs. Sherri Husby was hostess at her  home recently, honoring Mrs. Cathy Christiansen with a lovely baby shower. The  guest of honor was presented with a beautiful corsage of yellow roses. Pretty  streamers decorated the room and many  delightful gifts were received. Attending  were Mrs. K. Christiansen, Mrs. G. Mus-  grove, Mrs. Geny Nhnmo, Mrs. Linda  Comeau, Mrs. Edna Husby, Mrs. W. Woof,  and Mrs. Pat Giirney who helped the hostess serve delicious refreshments.  Unable to be present but sending gifts  were Mrs. Dianne Coates, Mrs. Betty Gis-  vold, Mrs. Stella Brown, Mrs. Clare Christiansen, Miss Colleen Husby. and Mrs.  Leslie Bailey.  HERE AND THERE  Dr. and Mrs, Harry W. Johnston and  ���  family from Vancouver are at their Hopkins Landing home for the month of Au- .  gust.  Visiting Mrs. M. Lovell was |he'r daugh-.  , ter Mrs. P. Ric-__nond and huiband from  Port Alberni who caihe in their camper  by way of-Powell River. Mrs. Lovell travelled with them to Vancouver, the Okanagan, Banff and Kamloops where they visited Mrs. I/oveTTs other daughter, Mr. and  Mrs. O'Fee *syith whohi they attended Clinton Hofjjfe Show. They returned to the  Coast via the Fraser Canyon.  Mrs. Ivy St. Denis was staying with,  her son Bob St Denis in Vancouver.  Lizette Berdahl, younger daughter of  Mr. arid Mis. Garry Berdahl has been a  patient in St Paul's Hospital for several  weeks. She is now progressing satisfactorily following surgery and will be receiving therapy.  Mr. and Mrs. Reg Godfrey were among  those attending a party at the home of  Capt J. M. and Mrs. Hieks in North Vancouver oh Aug. 2, when 35 relatives of Mr.  and Mrs. Ron Godfrey and family met to  bid them "au-revoir" prior to their departure for Montreal on Aug. 3, where they  will make their home. Ron has been  transferred to. Montreal by Canadian Forest Products.  Mr. and Mra.,*Cfordpn. ,W. Richards ^of  Skyline Driy��,2iav4^*^?d jbrorn a.tfcwo-  week vacation at * J__awJ_��waTjL__ke near  Hope. They also visited in CMlliwaek, enjoying their holiday in the comfort of their  recently purchased, locally made trailer.  . Mrs. Richards Sr., from Vancouver, is,visiting her son and daughter-in-law here, for  a few months.  Sorry to hear that Dr. Roger Sumner  had the misfortune to suffer a broken  collar-bonp in an accident while bicycle  racing, 'phis necessitated his absence.- for  six weeks from the Dental Clinic at Sun*-  nycrest Shojppihg Plaza, where he assists  Dr. T. Webb, part time y_  Miss Colleen McPhedran is spending a  month at camp in Minnesota.  A dinner party at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. N. Berdahl on Thursday evening was  -   ���   ��� ,J u ~,    .w    -7 *"-  .' /       .  1 _-________M-_-_______-_i ���_ ��� , ���  \ ��_._���_ 4. mm m *m>   ___���_, li       ^  jt    rt  ���Si   4  i _ J      ' J      ���*'       S.     __     J    *  >  i   ���-_*���-.-' i   <*        * ��� _ * i -   '  *S3  1  !  S      'i  I  *.'  *��.  t  I  -i' s      . * y  . -F.**y--  T  Ll                           **                                   "���  -   ��V.        -          *    ��*  i :  <"s* ^  _  "l  >  *��� *V J- -:^&  1           �����    *      Tr  .  /  J  _J __ 2^ -t.   V    w  __._.  I     *  ��  y tokUmn^toiaJiiWBtm^ .a. JnaB-wraif wi-; -^gMj. ^A��-.^._��Mtji';^^  ,BgS|18J.&  -  _ii  Presentation  in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Jim Presentation of certificate of-mem-  Eldred- , bership irito the "Turtle" club to Au-  Mrs. Carl Berg from Vancouver is gucftug Schneider who narrowly miss-  spending the summer at her1 home on ^ ^^ ^^ struck on j^ Mrd ^  Shaw Road, wrih Mrs. K, Westvand keep- .    & fl^   gheave wMle fae wflS ^^  mgJSr"TS??r^-   +r, _,���     -*��-__ ^�� ^d a ship at the Port Mellon  -   -Biuy-Jo�� iteid m^j^e Bre^a ^   Present for the occasion were  and young son Allan from-Vanoouyer were -____ ^af^ \n^,a. x>r__<.*iW__n4 ��f r>����>__i.on  . visitors at the ho_i-e.of Mr. and Mrs. fed -gorri left: VlcePxesident of Canadian  Hdiiand for a few days. Jo's father, Lew Forest Products, Mr. Peter Bentley;  Reid, had a garage- business here, quite ��� Fred Corley representing the .unloii,  some years ago. ' "   " E. W. BiiHard of E. D. Billiard Com-  Miss Maryanne Moore from Vancouver pany   pf.  Sah   Francisco,   Augustus  visited her parents. Mr. -and- Mrs. Nelson Schneider,   C.   R.   Rustemeyer,   D.  Moore. * Watte ofi the Workman's Compensa-  ' Mr��. Alan Taylor from' Barnston Island tion Board, M_H -Manager Ed -Shef-  (the former Roma Stevens) has been vis- man, J.iW. Miller, General Manager  iting Mrs. Crick.     ���      ���       - 0f Fleck; Bros. ttd. and - Norm \R��-  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. Bifkin. at ' dolph, Mill Safety Supervisor. -Sign  Roberts Creek wgs" Mrs. Blrkih's mother in background states "Safety-Has No  'from Burnaby, who"stayM for'several Qy&ttabg j__me.,, "      '  weeks. " _ :- : ���  Intermediate girls ages 11 and'12 years  are enjoying 7a week-at-the-Bapti_st*Camp  . at Keatk "Island; 94 girls in -this group ar-'  rived on Friday.   Mrs. Rita Bingham of  Chilliwack is in charge.        __   ,  Mr. and Mrs. Murray Forbes and fam-  AlSey. -Open for Open  Bowling Aug. 29 and 30  League Secretaries should  reserve Alleys no later than  AUGUST 22nd  For further information  Phone 885-2811  !3K.����*3)S9as^��^^  m_._...... _���_._,_. _.-_���_, n |1rtdn_1_.|1 j n���nnri 1 i-r-innnrnnnirririnfiinnnnnnniirniii  ily who have been caretakers ��at the Bap- -  tiSrt damfybii Keats Island "are leaving on ' .  August 18 to live in Texas where Mr.  -Forbes j_vill_take.a._-_ourse_in. engineering -  at Laturao College for four years.  Following the family night service-at  the Pentecostal Tabernacle on Friday evening, a pleasant social time was enjoyed  when a "get acquainted" party was held  for ^Rev. Brian J. With, Mrs. With and  sons Allan and Torn. Guests were present  from Roberts Creek and Pender Harbour.  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. fclare H. Chamberlin was the former's niece and her  husband Mr. and Mrs. Orval Scott from  Portland, Oregon.  Friday afternoon at Dougal Park, a  jolly bicycle rodeo was held for the children, Cowboy and Cowgirl costumes were  in evidence and the cycles were attractive- .,  ly. decorated. On previous Fridays there  had been a "Dinosaur Egg Hunt," "Alice  in Wonderland" fancy dress party, a hike  and picnic, all attended by many happy  kiddies, well supervised by Angela Willis  and Eileen MacKenzie. A Kinnette project, much appreciated.  Mrs. Dennis Morgan was hostess at St.  Bartholomew's Vicarage when she enter-  ���itaimied' the -Anglican Church.-. Women at' a  delightful' sa__rprise"nu_-*^larieou_. shower '  in honor of bride-elect Miss Susan Kennett  Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Pearl visited  friends on Saltspring Island. *  Miss Shirley Hoehne has returned from  Haney where she was at a guest ranch.  Frank Hoehne is a cabin leader at Sun  Camp on Bowen Island.  Miss Cheryl and Miss Randi Bracket1,,  were at Fraser Valley Camp at Claybum  ���last'week. ".������  Mrs; Brent Marshall and three children  from Edmonton visited Mr. and Mrs. Huxley Marshall for a week.  Walter Safety says,  "Keep air-inflated toys  out of the water. Play]  with them on the beach  where they belong." -  Sunsiilne Coast Midway - Gibsons  ins  i   Copy written with" a producitouch has  a f<jelmgized precision.  ���September 2nd is not far AWAY9 our Scliool  lni#fc$ are on SA1E H;0W.'A'Big S|i@eia9 ~  St��S7,for 444 sfteets refill narrow * fines!  -_���'.;  Watch for our Flyer on Aug. 13tfi. Sale starts  Aug. 14th. A big stock of FLARE Panfs and  APACHE Shirts arriving Week of Aug. 25th-  this is the dress thU Fall.  SHOP EARLY FOR B��ST SRECT.C-  ..���.,n.n.,iii._,.wi.i.���*-i,tiiii.i.  "V��  TC  AHiemt  W-cDfarmid, Dr. Howard  _H0Uttda*ry-SImll.a_-?t!.sn  Btchter, Frank  G_:rst2by-Edmcn_-3  chalk, John  Walker, Hugh  Bumsby-V/illlnsfea  Daly, William  Cariboo  Frasor.Alox  Chilliwack  Kieman, Ken  Columbia Biver  Chtibot, Jamea  1      Comox  Campboll.Dan  Coquitlam  Hansen, Paul  C0W3chan-Mnl--lij_t  Ennala, Dr. Chattea  Delta  Wbmnart, Roliert  Dcr^nGy  Muosallem, Georgo  Esquimau  Bruch.Herb  Fort Georgo  Wllllston, Ray  Kamloops  Gaialardl, Phil  -(ooEcnay  Broa^hurst, Harry  Langley  Vogel, Hunter  Mackenzlo  Dawson, Mrs. Isobel  Nanaimo  Noy, Frank  Nolson-Croston  Black, Wesley  NowWeslmlnsler  Edmondson, John  North Okanagan  Jordan, Mrs. Pat  i Horth Peace River  Smith, Dean  North Vancouvor-CapHano  Montaino, Lorno  North Vancouver-Seymour  Stukus, Annia-  Oak Bay  Wallace, Dr. Scott  Omlnoca  Sholford, Cyril  Prince Rupert  Murray, William  Rovott-toko-SIocon  Campbell, Burt  Richmond  LeCours, Ernla  Rossland-Tmll  Brothers, Don  Saanlch and tho Islands  Tlsdalo, John  Shuswap  Jefcoat, Willis  Skeena  Uttlo, Dudley  South Okanagan  Bennett, W. A. C.  South Pcaco River  Marshall, Don  Surrey  Hatcher, Tony  VaneotiW-Btirrard  Merilees, Harold  Price, Bert  Vancouver Contra  Capozzl, Herb  Wolfe, Evan  I Vancouver-East  Jacobson, Arthur  Meyer, Max  Vancouver-tittle Mountain  McCarthy, Mrs. Graco *  Peterson, Lea  Vancouver-Point Grey  Rath!��, Bill  Wldman, Charles  Vancouver-South  Loffmark, Ralph  Krlpps, Mrs. Agnes  Victoria  Chant, W. N.  Shillings, Waldo  West Vancouver  Hovjo Sound  Corcoran, Len  Yc?o-Ullooot  Corbett, irvlno  -#..  ftflllia' COUJMUIA SOCIAL C��OII CAMf AWN COMMIIItO  BHWtfwdt.  . v* . v y,, ��� i  . ^   "'   _"  7. wV-t. _  ���F,-��F     j,   V,,   i~ ,   ���      ,        ^  *< V-r^   -.*.< .  ���" v--*-f   ; .  -    .    I*  ;<  *  I  *  ?<  I  ��� ^  x,.-..  **.  W" -  y?   -  ���V  V  ���   *.  \  /f  \  'll  J   i /I       J   .   i   f  Don't Forget TB Vets!  British Columbia motorists are re- auto-licence tags for key chains.. Pro.  minded by lovely Ann Lmdahl and ceeds go towards employment of TB  friend .that donations are still being Vets, scholarship and Tesearch into  received  by  the  Tuberculous   and respiratory diseases. Donations may  Chest^^ Disabled Veterans fesoaa&on be mailed to the TB Vet-headquarters  in its annual campaign for funds at 530 West Broadway,--Vaneouver.  through  distribution   of   miniature  Secheit News Notes  MBS. C. E. Higginson of Davis Bay ac- chelt will travel to Washington, D.C.,-to  7 'conipanied by her daughter-in-la-yt-Mrs. \isit a former pupiL.         .    .  T. Higginson is enjoying a cruise to Alaska Mrs. Leo Nestman, Peter, Leanne-and  aboard the Canadian National ship Prince Wilfred visited Mr. LeoTNestman on Wal-  George. A surprise party has been planned iace Island where' they enjoyed a happy  while aboard to celebrate Mrs. C. E. Hig- holiday. On their return they spent a few  ginson's 50th Wedding Anniversary. __days in Squamish visiting Mr. and Mrs.  Mr. ahd Mrs. Bruce McCallum  with Jim Schultz, the Jack Nest_nans and Doug  daughter Janie came from Alert Bay to .  and Marion Foley.  spend July with Mr. MeCallum's parents* Library  staff of the Secheit Library  Mr. and Mrs. D. R. McCallum of Selma will hold a sale of surplus and duplicate  Park.  They will then take up residence books on Saturday, Aug. 16 at 19:30 a.m.  in Kamloops where Mr. McCallum, will be  teaming.   ' ' ��� 7'.:7'',:.' '������'���''.  Miss Mildred Moore entertained her  aunt, Mrs. Day of Alameda, California.  Mrs. Day was very impressed with the  scenery^ taking many pictures of sunsets  and also her great-great-niece Janie McCallum.  Mr. C..E. Higginson of Davis Bay is,  a passenger on the P & O ship Orsova,  travelling to the Hawaiian Islands, Japan,  Fiji Islands, Australian and New Zealand.  While in New Zealand, Mr. Higginson will'  visit Mr. and Mrs. H. Austin, former summer visitors to ithe, Secheit'area.  Mr. and Mrs. George Maddams are visiting the Charles McDermids for a few1  days. ,  Miss Lisbeth Sworder from London,  England, is visiting for one 'week with  Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Harris and Mrs. J.  Le Quime. Miss Sworder, who teaches at  a Boys' Private School in London, has  been touring the Okanagan and from Se-  outside H. B. Gordon & Kennett's office.-  In case of rain, at-the Library.  Mrs. C. Gordon was hostess at a coffee  hour last Tuesday for Mrs. Isabel Dawson;  assisting the hostess w^re Mrs. Sam Mc-  Kenzie and her daughter Marilyn.    ,  Mrs. S. Dawe invited members of the  Secheit Homemakers Club to meet the  Hon. Isabel Dawson at her fame la^ti'Moo*  day evening.   .-.., ,.Y, ..,.,. ���   ,������/ ,���/'�� 7-> *, ^  Mrs. Vic Franske arranged a delightful luncheon for Mrs. Isabel Dawson last  Monday noon when sixty guests gathered  for the event held on the spacious lawn  overlooking the Straits of Georgia at  Davis Bay.   '   Also entertaining for1 Mrs. Dawson was  Mrs. Tony Wagemakers, assisted "by Mrs,  Peter Smith, when ladies of Selma Park  enjoyed a chat over the teacups.  Mr. and Mrs. Jphn Clark of Vancouver  are guests of the Jim Parkers.  Miss Hilda Cartwright is enjoying a  few days as a guest of Mr: and Mrs. Jack  Whaites.  wJwi^_y  _  . ***���*���. rn  "I      (*  '���**'       /���* I        ''  'V  S3  <_  oY)  o  feff  SC2&  f ��� **���*: v .**'  ~  p^T&%*\ V  WW V  Labatt's: the true-blue beer.  Thl�� ��dvrrtl*ement I* net puto't��h*<l or dl*p.��y#<l by \h��  fiquor Cot.U-f| 0o��fd or ly th�� &o*��rnm��nt ot Crt-u-h Columbia  H._       1%    __���  \  Hewly formed; gi:oap7 seeks participation      ^aUrJSggSJ"  SUNSHINE Coast Enviroranent Parotexttion.    to a minimum hy careful planning, fore-"  *i*  ' 7  ._  Jt believed that our natural environ- &e use of modem technology" to solve served for recreational use.  meat is W most valuablTnatural re- problems of waste disposal, etc ^^ILJSL^^^SS^^^,^  S^^fSL^te^tll^^        Problemsalreadybroughttotheatten- ft3S?PW_fHh\T SSfSSR  S S^S SaStaS a5 ^SS^ ^o^e Society by concerned residents Sluis and Maryanne West, Treasorer and  disSs          Poland and surroundrng i^^^ sewage disp^ in^triai efflu- Membership Denise Quar^r and Angela  T. YY        .                         - .f ent,   general  litter  and  broken  bottles, WlUis, Library and Research John Blair,  %kJ��..A?!f^_*npttito,?ur e���1*0?10*^ eravel mining, garbage disposal, uncon- Secheit representatives PhiUp and Mary  uirough rapid, uneontroUed growth and trolled use of insecticides, herbicides and Gross, and Gibsons Rod and Gun Club  deveiopment-and seeks to keep the danger detergents, pollution of bays and harbors liaison member Andy Andersoa  \.   >  4  ii  /  Ihe Cromaglfljs System is a new concept In  wastewater treatment. It traps and retains  organic solids until almost comjpletely oxidized... under, conditions far beyond tbe  capabilities of any obsolete system. It works  in soil w��th poor absorption...reduces possibility of well contamination ... satisfies most  local sewage disposal regulations that prohibit other type systems.  The Croma glass unit withstands outside pressures and corrosion, needs next to no maintenance and Is low in cost! '  Call os for full details and a cost estimate  ... as a first step toward ending your cesspool, problems.  "L Rlergtass ftemtorced Plastic Tat*  2. Access Lid  3. Particle Break-up Compartment  1        4. Large filter retains solids iintil oxidized  5-6. Aeration System 7-*. Air Compressor and Motor  3. Alarm System  HOISTffilEISfi HJB��lFieATIQ$! SEIWICfES LTD.  Phone 886-2724   -   Box 236   -   Gibsons, :B.C  * a        ��f^       ���* .k*M '" . ���' fc'. *. *** Ll ��� ���������"���.��� ��� ���  u n 1 n k^-j ' n n 1�� n To [�� Ts^ r.* ^rfo vXi.:  *>^v-' L^--' ^y^^^-J.-  I���r \���f L_jx__^_J__J -UJv_>. W,^ l\y7L7s\-J*..���_ C__Y/^_____  ) /C __/-.' *  . "���::." ��� ������   r' - ���-���- ; -. ���--, r;."r ,������ *..*���  *-  *' ". Y "    .- %    '-Sr'.     .g- .   * ..I...-       .*       *  Voa can, you know.  r .ii  Too niany fotks accej>t 0t86ifmlntflow.      _,   ploymont, membership In a trad^ union,  ToomanyexpecHheiregooriiextolos�� "   "  Tho Att makes It unlawful toe tesllo Peterson fntroduced Sils nracte-  Discriminate in Wring, cw*!im1|-B:.��ilh.:^  them job opportunities end fair pay.  Too many expect their ancestry or skin  colour to deny them commpn privileges  land decent consideration.   It's Km�� to fight back.  In Iritith Columbia, you haw rlghtt.  And your Government protect�� thow  rights.  In Jopo, 1869, the Vtmrm ��f Uritish  Columbia proclaimed *Tft�� Muman Bights  Act for th�� promote jand prpttction of  ��� _!_ilf!arn0nta, rI^b ef wiry Individ-  ���mimimprwlm��*, ���-  beoouso ol race, re.ifllon. ^..colour.      ._^___J^^m' Mm^ ��**.������  nationality, ancestry, place of origin* or  because of ago if between 45 ahd 65.    -   The Act hasleeth. Now that It Is pieced,  tho provincial government has appointed  a Human Rights Director to handle cora-  ***  Discriminate in seeking or advertising  lor employees. ^  Discriminate In rentfng or selling houses  or commercial property. ^,  Discriminate in providing accomodation,  services, or facilities whom tho public  Is customarily admitted.       ...,.,    .-^n  ' Discriminate - by - ptying* women ��� lower  w@g��s than men ior substantially th��  same work, dono in tho aam*t ��stabUah* ^  plaints, and a Hum-an Rights CommissJoii  to enforce thf Act ai^deal with offenders.  If you'd liko to know mora about Human  Rights In British Columbia or if you havo  a complaint, Les Peterson wants to hear  from you. Write him through The Director, Human Rights Branch, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C., and help ua  Jceep Urmk Columbia fea ol tonstai-  ritish Columbia Human Rights Commissiori  Depmtmmt of Labour, Vkimkt &C.  \*  "**��**  i  I  !  !  i  !  !  I  I  i  !  ''.  ^^'^'���^��f^(,n-!*v^B"'M+*'>''^-i  'flfl��*|i *�� f* i y i -. aiKl".'"  i*^*t (B ^rftt'r^i'i^ff^' *,. fsA ^ *^&~r<^\  ,-V**V V>-T^F->-i-''-S,*.-1-^*F>^.y^^>,.v'.-^*VJ*'**f**)>,t>'''* ���'-* t"*'* / r'"''J"- "  ,.   ^     ."V..,-F t^-'l.    ��_ ^-   ,  ..,"(   fVf '"-**-���--*    ^F-*F'>-F,-..-lF-��F..'V��,    J'   ���  v.* >'-*-*���.f*.,-^.   *tt'\l  '(TiFfW^,,  .,-,-.   l'-i V' *����� ** ��*   I* .-'V <* "^ ��    .   -F- �����* 'J  ��� T r ' '*���*..  1 On t/ie hustings  ���by Bert Forrest,  Liberal Candidate Mackenzie  /.  V  _.    t  /  ��_ "���  Reminiscent of World War II days~  and fighting incendiary bombs, Fare  Chief Stan. Rowland shows how to  tackle a gasoline fire with a fine  spray of waiter from a stirrup pump.  ���*  * ���*��� Demonstration'  Teen-agers an'dvhpi__56Wi5*es have joined as volunteers "of Roberts Creek  Fire Department and knowledge  learned at practices will always be  valuable. To raise fiinds for ihe Volunteer Fire Brigade a giant bingo will  be held - next -Sa^da^ at* Roberts  Creek Community Hall. " '   |  .        f.._--.      ... __.J___..J.--r   ..   f[ ^   |    .   >y|1|r..    ��   ,   J-f     .  At Roberts Creek  0 Bingo, fund raiser  for. new fire service needs  TWO RED fire trucks converged on Sea-     given by Fire Chief Stan Rowland- Prae-  view Market, Roberts Creek on Moiir^ ileal demonstration gave volunteers an insight into fighting gas and oil 'fires with.  day of last week for the first practice of  the newly formed Roberts Creek Volunteer Fire Department, and it wasn't only  men who manned the vehicles, for the  ladies are just as determined to protect  their property from the ravages of fire.  , Previously? -Roberts. C-redg: .from^ the  cemeteiy_.-Cfln_-?,rr-tQUfe^  had no fire pw?te^i_m"iin_I 'amongst 'the  volunteers are those wjio watched-helplessly as their- homes were destroyed. Roberts Creek Community Association-members are lending full support and to help  raise funds which are needed to -equip  volunteers, a grand bingo will be held  in the Community Hall next Saturday,;  16th August.;  Main assets of the department right'  now are the 1941 Ford tanker purchased  for $1 from Secheit Volunteer Fire Dept.,  and the 195(5 International pumper truck  purchased for $500 from Gibsons' Volunteer Fire Dept. Hoyv ever, enthusiasm runs  a fine spray of water from a stirrup pump.  Mr. Rowland estimates that it will take.  $2,400 to equip fifteen volunfeers to meet  requirements of the Workmen's .Compensation Board. Hose and fire" fighting  equipment "are" expensive - ����<��" necessary  , for- the*, fine" department M^^i^fes^^e4*.-e-,  Loo-ting Ahead  Determined to have fire protection,  Roberts Creek residents have been  working on plans since March and  with the backing of the Communit\r  Association have made tremendous  - progress. Executive officers discussing progress at last week's fire practice are from left: Mr. Ron McSav-  ahey, "Community Association; Fire  Chief Stan Rowland; Mr. Jim Setch-  field,' First Aid;" Mrs. Betty Fitzpat-  rick, Secretary; Mr. Jack Eldred and  Mr.   Bob   Watson,   Assistant   Fire  Chiefs.    ' ���       j-'  IF YOU live in Powell River or Port Mellon, a change in the wind can carry  an ominous message. Youngsters who  swim at Willingdon Beach in Westview,  men who fish north of the hulks in Pew-'  ell River and people who walk Ihe beach  at Secheit can all describe the warning of  dirty water.  But the warning has gone unheeded.  We have the unalienable right to clean  air. clean water and an unspoiled, un-  scarred landscape. Yet, we are not receiving protection for that right; the problems  of pollution continue to mount.  Those who "break our present laws���  the polluters of our environment���have  never been charged with violating present  pi ovincial laws. They ignore Ihe laws designed for our protecticn.  And what about those laws? Those  governing water pollution are inadequate  and do not carry vary high penalties. They  are supposed to be administered by the  Minister of Lands and Forests and yet the  forest industry is the worst offender. Raw  sewage is dumped into rivers, lakes and  the sea because local governments have  no way to obtain monies for the treatment  of ray. sewage.  There are no laws governing air pollution; only standards suggested by the Department of Health. We haye air pollution"  resulting from industry at Powell River  and Port Mellon: There can be no denying that obvious fact. But we also have  a more deadly source of sir pollution���.  sixty percent of air pollution in Powell;  River or Gibsons .or Secheit or Vancouver  is produced by motor vehicles. *  Something' must be done in order, to-  protect people ,from pollution���something  concrete; something tangible,  A liberal government, in implementing  its policy of people, before, things, will  conduct an ail-but war against pollution  by establishing a government task force.  under a minister who is not involved with  the forest or other industries.  The provincial pollution laws will be  stiffened and penalties under these laws  will be made meaningful Local areas will  be supported in the, enactment of tougher  -standards* if ithe^ desire. And, we will  establish an independent' commission of  pollution control, reporting only to the  whole legislature, to investigate complaints'of violation, to make public reports on their findings and to begin prosecution where necessary.  Monies can be supplied to municipali-  ties and villages needing aid to construct  sewage treatment plants if we develop new  The Peninsula Times Page B-5  Wednesday, August 13,1969  priorities in jgovernment- spending. With  no increase in municipal costs, re-directed  government'surplus monies can be used tp  pay from fifty to ninety percent of_ the  cost of sewage treatment plants.  'Restoration guarantees -must be tight**-  ened, in strip mining, controls must, be  made more effective. Auto graveyards,  billboards jand ether roadside blights must  be eliminated. - And the government and  its agencies rpust set a good example  thereby encouraging careful use of our'  resources. s  Under Pat McGeer, pollution control  and the protection of our environment  will receive priority-treatment. *  a,i^!Mem��mwmiimmsi^mim^��'MXMMmtiMSSmw��ms^MmK.  ' Repairs   to   inboard.,   outboards, lawn-  '/ mowers, etc."��� Machine Shop, Lathe.  Acetylene and electric v welding.  SmiCHTMION  Sunshine Coast Highway ��� 886-9662  ������%iUsemmmimmmsm��mu��i��^.^smM>^m��vw��mmtrm!tmmiSif'  "EXTEND" YOURSELF  ON TEE SHOTS  The drive is the one shot in  golf where the emphasis is on  distance as opposed to accuracy  (though the latter is certainty  important). The* drive is also  the one -shot in-which you want  to sweep the ball wittjout striking the-turf. -        , :'~ Y  One way to achieve maximum  distance while sweeping the ball  away.is to f Oily extend yourself,  both onr your) backswing and  your follow-through.  Note, in the illustrations, how  my hands move as far as possible away from my'body, both  going back and swinging  through, it is this extension that  (1) helps me fully stretch the  big muscles of my body and leg's  and (2) flattens out my clubhead arc in the hitting area so  that it is traveling at "ball  height" for a maximum distance  before arid after impact.  "7    7. ;Y' .  .;'���' 7-//  "    . -     - ���   ���'        <&,��.m9jNAn..N*��.sriv  !   ,.  /  Sunshine Coast Golf & Country Club       /  Highway 101 at Roberts Creek Phone 886-2020  Also a fire ball will be required and, it>-is  hoped that one will be started by the end -  of the year.  * A plebiscite will be presented.-in the  fall to Roberts Creek residents and it will  be strange indeed- if it is not successful.-  In the meantime volunteers are devoting  their time imd energy to study and-ptac-  tice and even the teen-ager. ar<i showing ���  a keen interest m* the fledgling fire de-"  pariment. ��� ������ '.  \'' '���".  Detenhinecl*"'to   have   fire' profeciioh,'  Roberts Creek residents are helping wher-  of Sgejjeljb Fire Department, is helping  to. ith fining; Mr. Jim Setchfield has taken over First Aid. Fire Chief is Mr. Stan f/  Rowlfmd with assistants Mr. Bob Watson -  and Mr. Jack Eldred; Mrs Betty Fitz-  patrick is secretary and supporting,tfiem-  all the way are the volunteers, many of  them housewives, for Roberts Creek is a  rural area and husbands will not alwpys  be on hand in the dajitime. ���    ������ *'-  Practices arc held on Monday eyeniijgs  at 7:30:p,m_ and between* times plans 'aire  being made for .painting the trucks. First  ever possible,'Solnik TService Station h&s ��� bifj'fund liaising,event will bepekt Satur-  offcred; g^ge'yfacilities   toyservice t, the _ 4 day's $1,01)0; Bingo -which will give, ete-ry.-  high and some 15 volunteers turned out " trucks;' Mr. Sid "Butler is head mechanic; " 'one  ah opportunity  to  lend support to  for last Monday's lecture on fire fighting     Mr. Maurice Hemstreet, a vejieran member' 7 this prjtcrprising little community, ,;  ;p..'-Tyy^ff^  -JBfJWl-Ol  4��  y THURSDAY,  AUGUST 14th  GREAT-SAVINGS ON St  DISCOUNT OH ALL BATHi^lS SUITS - .WALEIIIO SHOUTS  SHOip" SU?EV�� SIP*P,lp*7Sfl|,i|T*S   ''  SillMMER SHOES (Runners - Moccasins - Sandals)  SPECIALS  %n  DISCOUNT OH ALL  TIES - SWEATERS - JACfCETS - DRESS SHiflTS  LOMG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS AHD JEWELLERY  BACK fO SCHOOi WALWS  Discouifr on school clothes  FOR STUDENTS  ^BSBSS  ���*'.'  M  ��� ��� ���������������i|k  o ��MOO  mA (Doafl 'UDq  // v/u/^\uv\ll ir ^  IN THE HEART OF THE SHOPPING AREA  If you like the kind of British Columbia you live in  today and want to keep it that way, be sure to attend  thia important public meeting. Learn from your  Premier in person how you can help ensure the continued growth of our great province. Meet your local  candidate, Hon. Isabel Dawson, who will work with  Premier Bennett and his experienced team to adhicve  their goal of an ever better British Columbia���built on  individual enterprise, responsibility and liberty.  (DOORS OPWM 7:00 PM.)  PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIAL CREDIT CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE  I ' t*i^;/s$^  r*"    _      ^   2 .     _.  -'iKi-sSSi-.  !___ _    ,  .-^*_J^W-V->.-y-%��^>-*     "t^-*"-*!  ri^^AAjSfeu-i J'Wjrt'oMa^^r--!  ,  -^    V -"**' "^V-SV**-!  ��|.f-^> *^* 'VFy*"**^'  lJ.*V��llV  ��^��. V  *_-***** �����J*I!_yfc#*v--!^-.Nr V-��^V^-F���      +40 -V��.^t   (  *  \*-*-^ *\*-*- "-^ wf-ii     *  V*-*!. -<  J-*1 fa-1 iv ***��*���"�� >  ��-*** _. *i    e* i   _>  ����� -fi- ������i-*   ����-��*.-#���    ,  V*-  /.  Wcrfcefield Russell .  Page B-6  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, August 13,1969  Former. Sechelf resident  wed at Norfh Bay, Ontario  SSBSSWWISSKreeSSIIM^  WEDDING of local interest took place on.  July 12, 1969 at North Bay, Ontario,.  when Susan Frances Russell became the  bride of Douglas Stanley Wakefield.  The bride is the twin daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Wallace Russell of North Bay  and the groom*is the only child of Mrs.  Edna May Fisher and .the late Stanley  Edward Wakefield, formerly of Secheit,  B.C.  White daisies decorated the Protestant  Chapel at CF.B. North Bay for the ceremony which took place at 1 p.m. -with  Padre Lord of the Anglican Church officiating. Mrs. Classen was organist.  Given in marriage by her father, the  bride wore a formal wedding gown of  white Peau de Soie and white Chantille  lace and carried a bouquet of red roses,  pink carnations and daisies. For something old, the bride wore Belgium lace;  something new���her bouquet; something  borrowed ��� her twin sister's wedding  gown; something blue���a garter.  Attending the bride was her twin sis-  Onthehmings  ���by Isabel Dawson  *?* ��� --:-  YOU may remember that, at the time of  the last election, I promised to devote  myself to doing a full-time job, if elected,  and to do my best to further the interests  of the Mackenzie Riding. This I believe  I can honestly say that I have done, for  it was a trust that I did not take lightly.  During the past three years, I have  travelled through the highways and byways of my Riding, often unannounced,  several times a year, and I have come to  Tealize, more and more, what a wonderful  ���   Riding I serve.   "'���-������ ���'-��� Y;  I have met constantly with the Ministers and Department heads, to discuss  matters that affect you as a community,  or an area.  I am not so naive as to believe that I  have accomplished many of the improvements that we have seen, by myself, but  I am keenly away that I have been assisted by the many individuals and.  . groups with whom I have had the pleasure of working.  Therefore, in a few weeks hence,  when you go to mark your ballots, it is  my sincere hope that you will again see  fit to give me your mandate to carry on  the work in which I am involved on your  behalf���namely, working for elderly  citizens, teenagers, and our native Canadians, as well as the day to day problems  that you may have from time to time.  Though I am interested in roads, bridges and parks, etc., my first and foremost interest involves people.  What is of interest to you is of interest to me���what you want, I want, this  is my home town and home area, and you  are my home area people.  Working together, we can go forward  together, and make the Mackenzie Riding  an even more wonderful place in which  to reside.  ter, Mrs. Anne Munro, as Matron of Honor;  bridesmatron was Mrs. Frances Grant and  sister of -the bride, Miss Deborah Russell,  -was flower-girl. Mrs. Munro and Mrs.  Grant wore identical light blue formal  gowns of Peu de Charme with blue lace  tops and blue veils and carried bouquets  of pink carnations and daisies. Miss Russell wore a white Peu de Charme semi-  formal dress with white lace band down  the front.  Best man was Mr. James Sargent;  ushers being Mr. Ernest Munro and Mr.  James Grant.  Reception followed at Imperial House  where the best man proposed the toast to  the bride.  For the occasion the bride's mother  chose a gown of light pink crimpelene  with beige accessories and white carnation corsage. Mother of the groom chose  a gown of light blue lace with white accessories and a pink carnation corsage.  For the honeymoon journey spent motoring from North Bay to Victoria, the  bride changed into a turquoise crimpelene  dress with white accessories and white  carnation corsage.  Out of town guests included Mr. snd  Mrs. J. Fisher of Vananda, B.C.; Mr.  William Bourn, Port Moody; Miss Dorothy Dyrda, Winnipeg; Miss Valerie  Davis, Oshawa, Ontario; Mr. and Mrs. B.  Hamar and boys from Trenton, Ontario;  Mrs. Anne Wilken, Vananda.  Mr. and. Mrs. Douglas Wakefield will  reside at Apt. 403, 1955 Ashgrove St.,  Victoria, B.C., and in September, Mr.  Wakefield will attend the University of  Victoria.  /  V- * //I  /  --J  /      -<*  .1  r  /  **��T     -_  -I  >  I  /  * J  PORTABLE WORK  Phone 886-7042  or      885-9466  EV1NIUESS  FISHERMAN  small size  small price  big-motor features  Tlio Q hp Fisherman h tho  .iiiinlloi.t EvinriKlo outboard  with big motor features.  Full ii'i/ir-ilil.t. Eas-A-Mntio  ro-wlnd Ktartlnfl. Ono hand  twiM-nrip control. Shock  mounted propollar. Lonn*  ranuo f uol tnnk with nnunv.  Yet it'-, so small and trim  that it's u pntfnct stow-  i-way. Thorn am many  otlwr foaturna with tlio  fisherman In mintf. And  don't worry .iboot fjflttlny  hooked on tlio f-lshorman  b tho price la low, Soo>  it now.  Madeira  Marina Ltd.  MADEIRA PARK  nnotn harbour  Hon*. B83-226&  Try Your Luck  You can "put your name in space" by , of the posters describing the compe-  entering the Public Competition to- \ tition and which will be displayed in -  name Canada's Domestic Communi-   aQl Post Offices. "(In foreground:   A  cation Satellite.  Above Co_i_m__raica- -model of Canada's first satellite ���  tions Minister Eric Kierans holds one   Alouette I).  SATURDAY DELIVERIES  GRAVEL *  DITCHING  *  EXCAVATING  BACKHOES  Box S72  Secheit  tsggwasgggffi^^  4 ROLL  PACKS-x  1 LB.  PKG..  %a  o  HALVES.  14l0Z. FANCY  y^u  72 OZ.  BR^AtCFAST DELIGHT-  SLICED SIDE. 1 lb. pkg.  L"JL  J  /M.EI : K��  -DL-3  2 lb. to 3 Hi.  CRYOVAC  California Jumbo.  lc  California Beefsteak,  Jb.  Local Bulk.  PrScs�� .Effective: Thurs., Aug. 14 to Sat., Aug. 16  /'  on  SECHELT  \  8


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