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Hon, Isabel  Dawson who.in accord ^vith local residents, and part time residents, has sought  information as ;to what is involved.  Speaking at the last meeting.of ttie'Se*-  pendipg completion of the testing,program.-* In the event there Is a sufficient _  ' quantity,.of,gravel -presfntt,'fcohside_*atior-,  will/be-given to disposal of portions r of  the* Subject land on a leasehold basis. This-  ��� company.has,alsp in mind terracing and  iredTaiming the quarry areas.in order that  ResistroHon No. 1142  2nd Class Moil  * volume eyNo, 31  WEDNESDAY, JULY 2,1969  chelt Chamber of Commerce last Wedpes-- - these lands may-subsequently he "devel*  *.  day, Mrs. Dawson read out a reply from'  the Lands'Branch of the Department pf  Lands, Forests and, .Water Resources  which stated:  In the absence of the Honourable the-  Min-ster, your letter of May 27, 1969, and  the enclosure dealing with a proposed  gravel quarrying operation in the Secheit  Peninsula has 'been referred to the' writer  for attention and reply,  '. ���     .  Construction Aggregates Ltd., with the  approval of the Department, has been carrying out' an extensive testing program  within, the area outlined in red !on -the  sketch attached to determine the extent of  gravel deposits therein, These lands have'  been reserved on departmental  records  oped for residential use. It is my. understanding   that. Construction '-Aggregates*  Ltd/has kept'-the Sunshine Coast Regional District Board informed of their plans  ,and progress and disposition of the Crown .  lands would, of course, be eontingent -upon the prospective lessee complying with-  the requirements of-the"Regional.District.  Particulars, with'respect to the washing  operation if such is required have not yet  .been -made available to the. Department.  1 Air-pollution wpuld appear to be a mini- , ��  mal proW-em based on the'extent of this   \  problem.' with other quarry operations of   *  this nature.        .    .    ���    ''  Since the Regional District is aware of  Y       ;   -���see"page*"A-4  ������n**  _r"  -*-Y.  ,'v  ���".-  *t *-  *#  i*-.  -V-F*  No information  Propped gray-el/bperdtioir  raises wrath oi residents *  __..��.       1* f_ *   *  arrest four culpriis  Full Power '     ���     *  Zooming.out of.Gibsons Harboiir'oriy reaclicki'.speeds, of 70 m.p.h. under    namio �����,�������,   w..-..-_.-.���.  Monday morning last week, oft trial  'ideal oonditioiis, and has Dept.~ of   ^SedAa p��rhalif��he cost  Thumbs down sign  on painting idea  SUGGESTION by Mr. and Mrs. Frank  West of Gibsons thai, council purchase  for-the sum of $1Q0 a painting by, the, late  A. Znotin was given the thumbs down, at  last meeting of .council, , ,    "    .  Acting Mayor <Wally Peterson told aldermen he had been approached by .Mrs.  West who said the works of Mr. Znotin  were being sold and funds realised would  go to a worthy cause. The picture, which  he brought -��'cng -with him to council, had  been held fcpck- in order that council be  given the opportunity to acquire it.  Following discussion as to where the  painting would, be hung and why council  should be expected to participate, "Mayor  Peterson added that Mr. West had suggested that'as tlie July 1 celebration and  Fall Fair had been dropped, any funds  that council normally donated could be  utilized to purchase the painting. Further,  should council,,consider ,$100 .above its  means, then ,the Regional Board would be  SUBSTANTIAL- opposition* to two proposed grayeV opera tipns in ;the Secheit  area was registered at last meeting of the  Regional Board Friday, June 27, by'a-  deputation comprising Mr. and Mrs. L.  Evans and Mr. ;and Mrs. Philip Gross.  Oth^r residents were present.  A paid ad, published two weeks ago in-  The Times, resulted in tremendous. response with taxpayers from Port Melloni  to Pender Harbour, and from the United  States, registering protest Signed petitions containing 150 names were submitted ~  to the Board by the deputation and it *was  indicated others were to follow.  Letter to Chamber . President' Erich  Hensch from one of the companies, Secheit  Sand and. Gravel, offered an,explanation  for failure to attend a recent; Chamber  meeting,- it also explained .reasons for "not  releasing more information at this time.  Mr. Gross commented that the letter  conveyed very little and suggested'to the  Board that it'.would seem the company  appears to be .going ahead, with its plan.  "This whole thing worries me greatly," he  added. He said the area involved is prime  residential property which in due-course  will-bring in much more than the few.a  gravel pit will employ. On top of this,  there will be the noise factor and pollution  of air and water..',' .��� *  '*   y ,',  Mayor'Bill* Swairt, Secheit representative, told the deputation he hopes they are  aWare of the Tact that'the Board kno^s  *.���*���*.  it {*  .!'l  no, more, .than they dp about the proposed  operation and until' such*.time it'does,  is in. no position,to act. *   -  ^ Gross said,''This is what we are wor-,  riedabout.^ these people could 'feasibly  start .operations tomorrow,: at. which "time  it "will be too late to do anything.''  Mrs.'Evans asked whether-the-Board  run for last Thursday's charter "trip. "ISrahspbrt permission to travel at  which brought 33 Kiwanis from.foot, night Presently, in operation on Van-  FAST action'by'locaif RCMP. officers,- of Granville to Gibsons: in; half 'art couver to Nanaimo* 131m, ,tiiis craft is  resulted in''apprehension Sunday "of; hour, Pacific Hovercraft made" "the much larger- than, the now familiar  four local Indian youths together with loo^ trip in half an hdiir. This craft which CoaySt Guard craft.   .  ^len early Su^y^rning.frontBenner; uses a gallon' ofgds per'minufe iias' ..'**''  Bros.-Furniture-Store,'The four, aB Seal-.* \::"/��l v ,*��� . 1-^��� ^-L: i _ , '..  forth Highlander.jcadets/ complete,'"with;*  kilts, were caught about to, board* the;,  Tsawwassen :ferty." .They 'were'arrested'  and returned'to Sechelt Sunday afternoon.?  ' - Benners, 'regular"victims' of" thieves,''  was-last broken into about two weeks ago'j  Unsuccessful plea ..  -was aware' -that the company* has already    at which time goods and cash to the value'  _ftT\TOiri_Q_H   CfvmA noiPmifff   p_n_4 "instifll.r-*!   wWiftmitA _-_.��   aU��_hi_.   __1f*l/1) ��*_��_^_^ 4-y��1_'_^w%   * _P*������***s**-%4   ��*r\t*>vW/v��*ir,1f  ohtained some permits and could'cOntin*jie  getting all necessary permits to start.  Director Cliff Gilker-pointed-out that  until pertinent-information is available,  -thei*-?- is little,that can be done, further,  there 'are regulations" relating to such operations, companies just don't go around  digging holes in the ground. He explained  that at .present the Board has_no powers  to actually stop the operation; however,  -when the- companies" involved are meady  f   ; ���see page A-i  ot about $100 was taken. * Current robbery}  ynetted 'ttie culprits clothing,- Radios; tape-  " recorders, knives, guitar  and amplifier,!  and  a   portable' television.   Entry  was*;  made through a boarded ���up front window..  .- Another local businessman hit, a week,  ago is Ted Farewell ofPeriihsuIa IMtotors,  who suffered -Joss'of a* car and safe. Both,  were later fourid'on a logging-road but <  the safe-had- been burned open and-contents, understood to be about $700, miss-''  ing. .   ;       . .* * .   .    *. .  Good ferries  'Highway-': 101 top pxiozity-  JL-aJt^.     fIrSjSJLJSLSffl  telf Choimber  ANNUAL PICNIC  Annual picnic provided for the Secheit  Dist. senior citizens by the Sunshine Coast  Lions Club has been scheduled this year  for Buccaneer Bay, Plans call for convey**  ance by bus from Secheit to Stone's  Marina and from there by boat. Date! to  be announced later. For reservations  phone 885-2819.  HOSPITAL PLANS  Plans for expansion of St. Mary's Hospital arc in the final stages and should be  ready for tender next month. Regional  Hospital District Board was notified last  week that bank financing to the amount  of $500,000 has now been arranged and  ' approved. _  GARBAGE COLLECTION  Delay in arrival of a compactor appears  to have held back start of the new Regional District Garbage service which was  scheduled to start July 1. It is understood  the new service will now commence August 1.  "MLA ISABEL Dawson, -Minister without  ; *' .Portfolio^ told members of the Secheit  and District Chamber of Commerce, last.  week/ Highway 101 *is now top priority.  She said' establishment of improved ter-  Mrs. Dawson was speaking' prior-to'  showing of the film .'The'Good Life" last  Wednesday^ June 25 at the SechelEPehln*-  sula Drive-in Dining Room. About; forty  members and'wives were present, together  with.Mayor Bill 3wain and Mrs. Swain1 of '  Secheit, Magistrate and ^cs- Charles Mit-  telsteadt and members of the Pender Harbour Chamber of Commerce. Council of  Gibsons and members of the Gibsons  Chamber of Commerce .had been invited  but failed to' attend. A3so present to dis-  cussi school district affairs were Trustees  Bill Malcolm, Rev. Barrie Jenks, Dr, Walter Burtnick and Mrs, Agnes Labonle.  Commenting on problems involving the  proposed Gibsons cut-off,i Mrs, Dawson  said that so far three routes have been  scheduled and each time there have been  objections. The Highways Department lias  tried hard to co-operate and is presently  preparing * a fourth  route Avhich,  it is  lioped,' Will  prove  acceptable..  An announcement in this regard will be made  '.Bhprtlyy ',;���; ,;l .;'.;.,-v     ,  ;   As to Highway. 101, she said "this is  how on'the top priority list ahd I am doing, my very best to brin|�� it about."  Piscussing another complaint, that of  the high cost of food on the B.C.! Ferries,  ,Mrs. Dawson agreed'that having sampled  the.nvpals she was he/self horrified at the '  prices.  However, the matter^ being in-  PLEADING that-a'jail sentence'might  cause., him to have a jiervous jEoeak-  down, John Kh^gh Bailey, aged 2?','��bf-Se- '  chelt, failed to' impress' Magistrate Charles  Mittelsteadt t^_Wedne^y,JJuh^_5-in  Secheh ^^trc-tes:Court."      '.'.',-'  BaHey appeared for( sentience following .  trial earlier on *Uiree counts resulting from  an incident June 14 when anauto'he.wjas  driving faiJed-to take.a'.turii into the Secheit . Indian.. reserve,. f ol4ou*ing a ' high  speed chase. *"���  '- ���"'   '���  Police gave-.evidence during IheTtriar  that Bailey was seen driving at high speed^  in the Davis Bay area',-he refused to-stbp  when *the poUce car caught up to hihf "de-"  spite the flashing red lights.Ai'times.'he.  reached speeds*bf .70, mph and stopped  . only ,*when he struck''a-bap"-** while-at- .  tempting to turn into'the.reserve. -There_  were a number of other people'in'ithe- car ,-  vestigated by "the Minister and action" will  follow in' the near future-. ,_.  - - Stating she is by,no jrveans a qualified  projectionist, the-MLA proved herself-to  be correct, however, assistance from memr    witH Jiim_ and.'it was'only after a:skir-   .  _.i_i.. ^._.���n.. ^���**.^u'��� ���i���_. zl. _.i ..___-_._-__- ___^__t- .!_������ r_��-.ieyyrg^jhv&ly ^rrested'and  Sharped on ',tli^"'��upte: _'  lnder su6pension,; dangerous "  acknowledged   as   an   excellent   tourist    driving and ,resisting, arrest..* *  a motor vehicle Occident at Davis Bay  June * 17 at 2..30 a.m.     ���   ,  Police told the court. McCouxt had  driven off the .highway and struck-a poje  and When questioned stated he had f_filen  asleep at the wheeL Tire marks indicated -  that'.this' could have been* .true for. there  were  no skid- marks or* brake  marks  ��� visible.        . .  * ."MeCourt told the" court, he had been  visiting an acquaintance and had had one  , or two* drinkjs.. pn r^iuuing home ' he  was tired."'     -   * ���      '    ��� ' ��� The^ magistrate told him' he had. no  ..right driving ifihe'felt tired for by so  doing-he,presented a danger to anyone  'onthe'rdad/ He fined him* $50.  It was pointed out that in regards to  dropping "of the two annual everitsj plans  are presently- under -way for a three-day  event later this summer. ' .  - Clerk Dave Johnston commented that  it is rather unusual for -a council to purchase, paintings and usually such things  might be, donated under certain circumstances. Alderman Ken Goddard agreed  and suggested to agree to such a proposal  would be setting up a precedent. Apart  from this/council does not .have a suitable  place to hang it- *'   - ���  Alderman. Ken Crosby expressed the  view that some organization such as the  Arts Council might he more interested and  suited for such a thing.  Matter was tatted pending word from  Alderman Goddard .who said he would  discuss the idea -with the Public 'Library  committee, he thought perhaps it-might  be interested. \ .    *  Walter Safety says,  "Think, don't slnkl  Be water wise! Learn  and practise water   -  safety every day.'*  For Sunshine Coast  booster for the Province'of British' Cdlurh  Bia. ,    .' y >' ' *  )   l_ater in the evening^, Scho^Boiird  J trustees held an" informal discussion with  hp Chamber with intere$t'fcenteripg main-  Appearing to speak, for Bailey, lawyer  Henry Castillou pleaded tor a suspended,  se^1enierahdVBaj-��,{ha't".while.-Bailqy ,had  been previously, convicted,  his  former  crimes were of an entirely different ma-  aspector ��n piioflty11st  lj., upon,the up-comipg 'Iteferc-ndum No.'   dure to the present;offences. He is married  1A A     tMlmt'mHinHf  ��Ann_n��A    ._.__*___..��_   __-.. ._L    __*_- __._._.___.__. _J __.___. J    f_ i _'_____ _T_     __. _._���.1, _-_L _. ' *,    t*_r.l��.w_>    ��� m    C__^M_*t A>v_*1-kA *>  10. A number of reasons were put forward  for failure ofKefereridumWo.il. "MriYLa-  bonte said she didn't even like, to discuss  Referendum ,9. ' Bill5 Malcolm, however,  said-he certainly did' for he would like  to find out all the reasons "for its failure  in-order to make sure the next one does  not fail. "We will be in a very bad situation if it,does," he said.  Other questions involved financing and  anticipated mill rate increases, school requirements and priorities. Dire need at  present appears to be the Secheit Elementary school and need for a Junior-  Senior School in the Secheit area! The  situation has been brought about by normal population growth plus integration of  the local Indian youngsters into the school  system.'/'..". ,! ',''������'/:.'..'���  Trustees were thanked for their co-operation and general opinion appeared to  be that the present Board is oonscientious-  Jiy tackling an Involved and difficult situation to the very best of its ability. It was  also "indicated that support of the next  Referenda warrants full support.  and his'wife expects a baby in September.  Further, he is ..a gopd worker, presently  employed and will be kept in his position  if given a suspended sentence. He also  drew attention;to the fact that his client  has not been in trouble since 10*33.  Corporal Underhjll for the Crown  agreed that Bailey might indeed, be a  good worker and that he should be working and looking after his family, however,  the three charges are all criminal offences  particularly dangerous driving when he  was/tibt supposed to be driving anyway.  Resisting arrest is also a serious offence.  ���Magistrate Mittelsteadt told Bailey he  takes a very dim view of what took place.  On the charge of resisting arrest he sentenced him to CO days in OakaMa; on the  dangerous driving charge, a fine of $300 or  two months, to run consecutive if not paid,  but with one month to pay following his,  first jail term; for driving while under  suspension, one month jail to run con-r  secutive and.prohibited from driving anywhere in Canada for ono year.  . Bailey   admitted   he   has   previously  served jail sentences ori three occasions.  WITHOUT DUE CARE ,  Steve McCourt of West Scchclt entered  a plea of guilty to a'charge of driving  without due care and attention following  NEWLY .:appointed" Director, of .Coast- . anyway; it is,'lhe'apathetic.ones who need  '  Garibaldi Union'Board of Health, Dr.    reminding, he said.   ",,  The need for more dental practitioners  was also expressed by Dr. Hicks, who  stated that until ladequate personnel is  available, the program will be ineffective.  The Mount Currie Reserve children are  really in need of treatment, in fact, there  is a health problem there ^nywasf,*, said  Dr. Hicks who added that he is only concerned with teeth.  D. 'L., Getnrnill. was introduced at last  week's Union Board of Health meeting  held in Gibsons. .    .  ��� Commenting on the need for another  health inspector in the district, Dr, Gem-  'mill says he understands that this area  has priority as soon as money is available.  Senior Health Inspector, Peter BcH reported that first four months of the year  had * been extremely busy, inspections included 93 sewage disposal arrangements;  83 subdivisions and 127 site inspections.  Thirty-nine complaints dealt mostly with  sewage and garbage.  LOW PRIORITY  Regional Dental Consultant Dr, T. W.  Hicks, who comes from Ontario commented on the very low-emphasis placed on  health by the Provincial Government.  There seems, to be an efficient Public  Health system but it doesn't seem to get  back to the people, he said.  Dr. Hicks who has already written to  , Secheit Board of School Trustees, again  expressed his disapproval over the fact  that no extra Health Unit staff time will  be allowed to send out reminders to parents whose young children are due for  check up under the 3-year-old birthday  card program. The parents who don't  nwd reminding are the ones who would  probably lake their children to the dentist  TOUGH EXAM  Dr. Hicks also expressed amazement at  the tough clinical examination set by the  British Columbia College,of, Dental, Surgeons. When he took, the exam, 16 put of  47 failed and one: of those -was a top  student at McGSll University, The exam is  a one-shot affair where the student has-to  provide his own patient which is difficult,  to arrange.  Dr. Hicks said he is pleased |lhat such  a high standard has been set but the students who fail are not sub-standard people and as there 14 such a .shortage of  practitioners" he felt that these people  should be allowed to operate on a temporary permit in areas where there is a  ' dire shortage of dentists.  The Board agreed; to * draft d letter  making such a recommendation to B.C.  College1 of Dental SWgeons with a copy  going to the Deputy .Minister of Health.  Expansion approved �� *.'.  ^tsoiis n��w po  approaches* town stahis  ion  >-���  ���*>j-  .-**  Sechctt Principal W. L. Rdd and  Fatlior Power of Secheit Residential  School presented athletk and achievement awards during last week's final  assembly. Pictured -standing froir*  "left are:' Mr. Eeld,' Karen Spencer,  Secheit Awards  Wendy Nielsen, Hcrbie Bcrdahl,  David Lamb, Nancy Strosheln, Mar-  rill Joe, Kathy Olke, Gwenda Havies,  Laura Hooker, Shelly Rdthbuni,  Father Power and Pam Benner.   In  and John Cross. 'All" awards wore  athletic except Nancy and Hcrbio  who won.achlcvent awards ami Mark  a competition award. Other winning  aiU-leta.  are Harold Harry,  Vickie  imnt are Umk Gf^rCnri-g*RodiragF ��� -.-Paul;and'Bernkf-Atigust.  ANOTHErt'130 population'nnd vlllae�� of  ' Gibsons will reach town tAaiun. for  with the official approval to. recent cx-  pansion, population now stands at approximately 1,850 with an area of 1,100. acres,  equal to that of S<*chclt which presently  has a pop,jlntion. of about 000.  In cxpjrcsiing satlBfaction at the pro��-,  ress   mlidO"by the ��� village? over   -recent  * years., acting Mayor Wally Pdcreon'sald  he was corry Mayor 'Fred Ffcney wns unable to be present for the annpunrpment,'  ' it was something he has worked hard tor  and it was one ot hi** priority p(ro)ed��  when elected to offiw. Otiwrr projects included harbor development ��nd sK-wfc-rs.  "Wc have worked hard to bring this abo.it  and will proceed an toon as possible wilh  theicwer," he.Bddid.        *  Mayor''I^r&n.a.Ro said h��*- wmtld  like, at this tlmr, to rxtmd * Iwarty welcome to'those-who'petitioned lo borne into  the village. He wld, "This will go down In  the history of ttie village, we became a  village In lOZO, in 1W0 we had nn expansion and two years oro the i*t*1ition was  Ktarted for tills present extension."  Regarding tlie proposed waterfront'development, council has received a number  of inquiries from private Interest*. Alderman Ken Croisby said he bm had a further  knqulry trpm a cmhpmy which ��� operate��  a number of marine-rcsorte In coastal  areas. It appears Ihcy are interested in  obtaining a 'location on the proposed Gib-  kmis development,  DlficuK. ion on the need for re-location  of village boundary elfins brought forth a  suggestion by Aid. Crosby that council  consider erection of a sign'pronouncing  Gibsons as the .''Gateway to tho Sunshine  Coaet."     ..!.''  Mayor Peterson pointed out that with  the construction of Ihe bypass road, Gib-  cone will not'be ihe "Gateway."  MISSmOFEHnY  Mayor Peterwn reported he bad received an invitation to attend the inaugural run of the new Texada ferry, the  , Texada Qm*:n. Monday, June 23, In company with* Mayor'Bill Swain of Secheit he  left In the early hours of the morning send  arrived for the celebration*. When the  vessel finally drtw In It turned out to be,  the Comox Queen. The Texada Queen  had. It eccms, failed to make the ��renc and  was still ,in Victoria.  Complaint by council' of excessive cost  of meals on the ferries brought a re-ply  from 1he Department stating that with  rising food costs it was ncc<*sm*ry to Increase cost of meals, however, a review 1b  to he made of prices nnd changes -will  ��� profo��Wy ��� b* ImMituU-d M�� dvm -pourm, ��� ��� -  J-"  #��  *,r  f*  a  _p  V.  ���<-  ^  "i.  I   t.  Health Dlrectot.  Dr. D- h. -Gemmlll, Director of Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit is now in residence and becoming acquainted witli  tlie vast area which the Unit covers.  Introduced at last week's meeting of  Union Board of Health, Dr. GcmmSll,  who has just completed a Department .of Health Course at the University of Toronto, said he has encountered few problems since arriving in  tlie district except, pollution which is  being watefoed closely,'   ������    .  >-. p** *!��^#* /s*|--?�� **5'��*i  ^    *Mt^VPjh4^t4mrW#*^^ ^'^  -�����*���* *t��  ���*    *1     * * *    -J. 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' Member; Audit Bureau
■    .      ' , bf Circulations
,      ; MarcH 31, 1&6? , ,,
Gross Circiildtror- 2360
Paid Circulation 2081 .
Classified Advertising Rates:
3-Une, Ad-Brlefs (12 words)   .
One Insertion  •■<»■■■■    *   -■ 7«.i«
fcUSTOltf    rdfafc    ^iilliiiM7' &'* NfeWliV ii^c<.-:prt^d 9 t>edi*vohi
blasting. I*hoiite* 883-2227;'!   * 7 h,orh& ,bJi,ini^.:lK-tdscaped.
" '" 2431-tfd . l¥?acfe;-m_i.&&&m> Uoie
"■—"— st&bbls) ana*: sK^piiig. ceiitr%
.->. -.. -,.* . -.>...*. ,»»^-- '. -. - "i4breglass Boats. §*-ld-li ,aHd*'
yjyWc^:88^16T'; Jy'': ^COPPING.MOTORS LTD.
-i*L~*.'~lJli y^iuJ^rM * -3ef-.hi.l_, &&     ^Pli, ^85-^812
» jw»**p»*t.**-«r,M T^
WILL take <£te ^.feHild 2:»hb    i^* blbblcBte Mn*Mifay. bn
* °r;o.Un»tr £& K^i'w^f^' Pratt'toad. GibsoHs. .885^86.7,
.T^§;SyN^SHlf#^N^^      ^e^ur>;ear^kt|^Y7
lb jW.  -3 irifch. gighiiiWitt
month. Ph. 885-8i73:   2j-06***33
+ -- »'r**^*ft«-'**.-.  1
EXPERT carBeat^r. Cgfeifiets
-. or what have y8it/Pljr,g83s
2201Y *      *'2575itfii
Three  Insertions ,.,_,.;
Extra-lines (4 words)
(This rote ddes-hot^apply to
commercial * Ad-Briefs.)
Box Numbers     - '   -      10c extra*
25c Book-keeping charge is added
for Ad-Briefs not paid by
publication date,
CHUCK'S Paii_t-u_r& ^egdr-"
.. itiing.   Int^ritif =Ss ixteriBr.
CaU 885-2375: • *    ."    &KIM&-
DRESSMAKlNfe  "dhd: aliferk-
tioris. Phone SBS^idO:'
JiP-^i-wi^.h^ fd;:fee:illtii ' -385-9(502-
fiiietilaee., ,Wall*ildaWMl; car*-   *—^«=
*» Sb fefe 885-2007.    2*3§9-tfn -
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i8 .trf:.' Bi^r;.plilli   gabiri-
-Form No. jd
(Section 8_iJ
Notice di; Intention to Apply
to Lease Land
Ih Land Recording District
of Vaheouvfer, B.C.. and
SitUatfe north side of Nelson
_.,Ta^ notice that Dwight E:
Welwobd of Pott Mdody, B.C.
bct-Ui-atioh^ student intends to
iipply. fojr a lease of. the following described lands:—
pUDitcation date. -_.mm-_     - , > *_____   >*.*___?   <«»*.^     '- ,t       , * f **- * .,-
or Reader advertising 35e ***& asefpr£|   *& %.  ,£&&& ,'Wih^ *'
per count lino. .  Can*   ™*   ™ >*V$$ Ml    idHiiy. • t?li^eY in;   Hal
Oispjoy   aaverHsing  in. classified ^tl^^^U^'^^^
A.d-Briefe«Iiimns; $1.75 per inch. P">ble.ms. We ,!».,^ drift * __<»:-__:.' ___i
, -r    Su)-Scnprioii.tates7--
By fndll, Peninsula area -l^S.OO.yr.
By fflait. bey-iHd 30 fniles $5,50 yf.
BV mail, -sjsecib! cttizfehs -_-_$3 yr.
By carrier i___jj—d—_. 50c -hdhth
_»_(_».   .^JfiP-^Ail^fl^,^
Sllt^expMFW«Ur   S|li SS,2»S
satisfafction. Prgf- Sbttd&a:   SftnBiio?^
ail work insured. Phone 885-   W&Q. >&J>M ^w*^.'.,. ..'
2loi      '      ..-..- -2287-tfn* * \Five acreVfehced in pasture;
with souno, -comfortable .up-
,. A»PKJ-_-tW.      |««rib*!
deck.   Extra - 2   room .cabin,
§33,000."   •      ".    *.*.*'--,
$cj$&, ffiSUrafigg trifdW-ation.'
■ MaHHeyitei-i-aiifcii didihii.
BiBsBfis; S:d; Tfel 8§^§5l& Bf
8§5=^3.        ., 28§3-WH
starcrAft . , .
. TWILIGHT Theatre, F..Gibsohs,    guaranteed. Rfti Secheit,*.-Ph.
Wed. July. 2nd^ to Fri. July , 885-2191 preferably  evenings.
wW.--ieh.cing at a post
pldhied in north west corner
bf fihhanied bay iri lot 3629;
tht-rice i00' Ijast; thence 660'
fedlith; .theHce 100* West;
ttieiicB 660' ' Nbrth apd cmv
|-iiHitij^ 1.5 acres, more or less,
fdt tH§ tiurpose of suhuher
D. E, Welwood
fiat^ May 18/1969.
2716=pub.' June 18, 25, July 2,
  9,  1969
4th., \ "Fifecreelt", /-Starring
James Stewart. ^ &''Sat. , July
5t-i,; Mori. July„7tK,' S&'Tues.
July '8th., "Inspr^tor Clou-
seau", starring. Alan -Arkin.
**->*••■   i^*' - •■ *
$23;7to..<   -f ■    y*      _- is^;iUHi^*i^\-Waii^t'
97*. «h     ^w-ha^^^w'-iaha^ti ^<6fr>t: ^&oCy. - ; -
77!::. ,      srnaU^oi^e.'ne^ng.*:sfnie YSnBBj^blNT -A'.VS-Wis
•    work. $5,800,-on terms.     .. with 423' waterfront. Post &
Direct -faptory dealer -
coppIKig -lv\ofORS.Lfd.
Sechfelt, B.C.* : Ph." 885-28*12
         $24,000*is full price, qn-good  .beajfi.«pri||--lioffidyF&^    Trade yol^'c^ §^t,o£ \j
SMALL office to rent, Whit-    P/V.A, home oh. ohe acre close   Beach on coast. ... ,      t . -' 24S5-tfh
akeir block, Davi^-BayrM-    |h; Gibsoi^.- Three'/b^dropni,    .TlliLICtnaBA^^-fciBbto ' : "* '     '     ''     '
2280... -       :   -25^t&     f,:,N^,>^   •aarigai'2i6^$l§0de^rii 1   *
2 BEDROOM plus, :furnished,
„ felectric,heat, col. plumbing.
Selma     Park,    sandy ^tfbera
pok SAifc
HYDE—June 20th. 1969. Ronald Arthur William Hyde of    ..--.. '-.,,,    « - .->"V-*"""»
Secheit,'  B.C.    Survived    by    ?on^' f^dable Septembe| 1^
2 yr. lease.  Write Box  n"Hn
many close friends," Funeral
was' held Wedriesday June 26
at- 2 p.fh, frdm the Family
Chaifeiel of-the Harvey Funeral
Home. Reverend B. Jenks officiated. . InteTmei-t" Seaview
Cemetary. 2801-31
MR. and airs- G. Gooldrup of
Madeita Park; B.C.'wish to
announce the engagement of
their daughter. Elaine, .to Alan
Byers, son of Mr." and Mrs. J.
E. Byers of Vancouver, B.C.
The wedding date will be announced later. 2802-31
'I1 ■ ■■ — ■!    I        I ■■■IH—___—  I   [_■■-—
ALCOHOLICS      Anonymous,
P.O. Box.294, Secheit, !B;C.
Phone 885-9327* or 888-297&_   !
FEMALE- ' clerk experience
preferred -but not necessary.
Phdne -188-2218 or contact
Bdnk of Montreal, Gibsons,
B.b.     _ .,, , ,2749-30
SHORT order cook & breakfast cook wanted at Pender
Harbour Hotel. Ph. 883-2377.
-  . 2804-31
, FALLER, good wages to right
rnan.  Phorie  880-2343   after
: :6:p.*fu.y';;^::Yji/^_y_^88i3l?':
F*LANiEfe Workers
Steady Employment
Also bperatdr With rri&ch£irii(*jil
experience for srpall cat .and
other - etjiuipnieht. $2.75-$3;25.
Must • he pe-*-nh-ieftt residents
in this iarea rihd havb ircliribie
trahspbrtatidh., No dHfteris.
Phiirie 883-1)722 day or bvek
-Peninsula Times.
Revenue watertfont: 2' acres
with ,4 epttages.F-stream," tdolisj
ft&ctht & truck. Teif-n$ oil
§3B^)0b: -   - •
VA acres magnificent -view
lari'd, with three - bedfooih
home, saw mill arid welding
shdjf, ktorim iiool. and fruit
trees: Terriis on $54,000'. Half
dOwfi. - '  "*
, Waterfront    Jot,     Secheit:
Lease land: 5*d fpoi lot, fight
for. traileir, iSbtta^e orf $5tJ0
f. ph -  *   -
* lVlultiple. Listing Service
Y-tf. §.t5a^6Kl  "
Phohe 885-2013
-'   .-Sethbl^ B:G:   *    "
*   . . 28ifc3i
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■h(^*     *i+*+f.4*     «•    y_.fr
*•«&    -r<*">.»'**('» >
CENTRALLY located, Porpoise Bay area, Sechfelt, 2
bedrooni bungalow, oil furnace. View of Bay. Available
from Sept. , lst-^-May, 1st:
Write Box 2809, Peninsula
Times,. Secheit.      .      .2809-31
tJNFllRNlSE-ED .one bedroom
suite with fridge, sltbve „caf-
petr $70 month. Ph. 885-2882.
,    Y\ -, *  *    '   2719-tfci
liALL for rent—jVfiJson Creek
.t-omi-iunity ~HaiL    Contact
Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575. .
WANTED   tp   rent   foi-   the
month of August. Self cdri- Ja^* omp,m ai our oince at ria.ijiiA.fs
tained coltege, holis'e oi. suite, HaJfihoo-1-.B-iy. for pamphlet: «T?r^* *'  i. '         '   ■   •"
suitable for older couple. On Phone 885-9683.           2694-ttti —Twenty-four hour answerer .near  hea<*h-. Please ,reply — — •*•"-•*•-*. ^g. servicer
giving.full details to feox#737, PRIVATE   parly   wishes,   to —No cMtge tb-ydli if thgte Is
23. FT. Sangstercraft, Twin
Evinrude Power; Big family
boat. $1495.66,. Madeira Marina Ltd. Madeira Park, .B.C.
883-2266. 2724-31
STUbtd lounge opens to dble.
bed,- |l5. Wicker-tub .chair,
$3. Two chrome chairs, v*hite
pads, $1.50 ea; 3 wicker .nest-
2 BEDM8bKl-ho_hfe at Seliija    ing   tables,   $5   set., Clothes
. £#&- Llffee lot; ?14,5db F.P.    basket, $1.50. 4 windows, 21 x
Easy terms.-PHvclte sdle. Pfi.
885*#385:   ■ .-     '.    *     27^5-32
E AteMynn . ^8^250^
Do Wortman 886-2393
Virlcfef. Prewer       88^359
^dx 238,' GibsbnS, B.C.
WAfERFRONr. *.^=.
beafch lbts'. Btiy tidw.'Gbihg
fast -Stop, iri at our offibeat
/Wediier.....    "
-^Continuous  advertising   iii
foul: newspapers'.   ~ .
■^tttmvk - and i proven  ad-
■"y „'"'      ve_rtisihg iii bur catil6gu&.
eJ???t   ~fa' fefefe salfe- sta§' ol
seveil in 'two offices on the
Peninsula Times.
18   FT.   travel   trailer;   fully
equipped,   $1250.   Ph.   885-
2100. 2819-31
WHJL    purchase    patches    of
standing timber.  Phone 88J>-*
2459. i&i'iSn
purclidse ocean frontage,
Surliihine Coast "afea tall
936-3234 Of ^rite 413 AfeHley
St., Coc[Uitlarn, B.C.
EGMONT: DMightftil 3
rodhi cottage in attractlVe
lahttscdpfed setting — glorious
view. Offered at $15,000 fully
furnished. Call DON TAIT—
,    Photte 885-2181
Box -369: Gibsons, B.C.
*   -   -J-idi-tfr.
EXCELtfeNf  ctfhi-fle.--cli-l  lot   E^SR2Lq^nfi " a~{{ 'ciofc'
z*mh SKfeKelfc^ighway fo-   o^f63 &- ?upphes ^k8!5:
54, $2 ea.- 2 -inside doorsp older
type, $1.50 ea. 8 small window
panes, $50c ea. 30 lb. Galv.
anchor, $10. 35, ft. chain &
buoy, used* $5; _3bat'~ trailer
winch with xope - &"Shat>; $5.
Lawn sprinkler $2. 35 .ft .1
beam ^ curtain, track /-with fit-*
tings, 15c - ft. -fetade; - Selma
Park Beach. Phone 885-2324.
; -'■" •   ; ^2803*41
MAkiKiE AGcessorIes
fcaAV_l§-ifidai ifeidiVare
Cdritferfessed air service for
-   fekmdiv^s air tari__s.
. iS-ciridivetrs^ availahle. for_
salvage work.
;. LTD.
Pfioiie -fed-^3(6, 'Gibsbiii, B.C,
 ,  13Qg-tfn
For   Service,
"     15-
Form No. 18
(Section 82)
Notice of. Intention to Apply
to Lease Land
In LariB Recording District
of Vancouver arid situate Nelson Island.
Take notice that Dennis Edward Tebby of 7268-18th
Avenue, '.Burnaby 3, B.C.,
occupation Plant Engineer intends to apply for a lease of
the following described lands:
Conimehcihg at a post
planted, Aprrox. 1400 ft. east
of the* S.E. corner of Lotl4_.5;
thence. 3.00 ft. North; thence
100 ft. East; thence 300 ft.
South; thence following shoreline  to   point   of  commehce-
,ment and containing 3A acre,
morei br less,.for the purpose
'of residential use,
Dennis Edward' Tebby
•* Dated Jiirie 8th, 1969.'
2725-pub. June 18, 25, July 2,
9, 1J-69
cM-bb: !3v61 find- felk-fed. All     --
^tll\'W^'   ^HJ1^   SC.NY.stefei.' 4ap   recorder,
g^^JJCT^ty. Y~w.M^?       DC:530;:rita-.Hetophbrie st6i>
eo. ' precision " solid, .state ,4
tread, ,.with. XL' Q'uadfadil
sOujr^fSyistem, 4 speakers, am-
feHbre;-,   riuWeroris, | d<^ira^
.  -,..   , bla^.'slt^, Flbat ana-net shed. ,.^lYY. Y '„ '' Y.,',,'. «M^ax      ... .. . - -r	
50'  x 8' National  trailef,  in   iSSl^^_f^S^°^ ^ V'^^fef ^y. ,Z   ,888^81 P#»'$.iW*:^.im^.
top shape.  $3,550. 883-2555.    tuui^^l^.^ %H*$    Spfe^ldlizlng Ih■•■ W«* Howe »c,.JBg*Sf«'.'3 ifPf^iOP^tjon.
_ ^   jmrtin ^JS^-^agit^. y-ag   SdUtirJyGIBsbH'S:bHa-Rb13fert3 iS^^SwPui!9^
.Al :—-r———I T 1 -r-        AV.DR". „«»^   •PTfVrv'1"*    V'a"_."-"YAT
10',x ,40*   Reg£d  2, bed-rpoiir};    T^ITr-883-2284 or K. Butler
mobile homo, Sunshine Coast    886-2066, *
Trailer tfark. 886-9826.
Y ,    (Eves; 880-2935)    ,
, 'y"yi:y,;,:■': l:;:/y. ■• 2800-tfh
grooming,    years    '6t
perience. Phone 886-2601
FREE to good hbriifes bhlyi 2
nutered cats;  iVi   yrs.  bid:
1)85-0531'. 2821*^33
Nature df posltlori
Under tho general direction   »-..v.*. r!lli, —
bt . the    isupefinti-riderit ■ ,■ bf 3 BEAUTtFUL pups, 8 months-
huildirigs and  grounds.'.Res-*      dld^ libiiso brolcen & itmoc-   „    „        , _.
pbhsible  jTof  tarrylh^;  riiit  a Ulafed-    Good   disposition,   2    tools nnd furniture thrown in.
ya^ety of ^ssI^ri-iibHte yirhlcli 1^)*** arid 1 male. Ph^ 885-    Priced at only $36,850,
pa._. «, _....,M,„„,. ..i.„ -_.....-.       -  : -:-        -^rfy »>%• !ot. y«»r round
\Ve^1.   SECfifeLT:   LWely
, gjifd<3iii    sbll;    uhiiriished    2
bdnri hoMi at-bfox; 5 sltres,
fruit tffes; gobd well.  Grity   gAfcS'-ttitf fftUtKS
$2,500 dowri. '■''•"      ';-:,-^.'rr--**-,''-*-l-T'l''*"r.r —".' -t
kdbEii-ts cttEteic: uniciue +&£&m^^:Fmms
iltilfe   suriinifci.;  hbriib,   paiirtl^
fdlWsHed; fodk   ltitj
^atier rind stbre,
frill Price.
r*,i.,.y Xv.-lfypM,^, 4^M*--
StdtiBft m&m PbWf Brdki
tihiv isoS goriditiori; $i,fob. m. m.
omy $5500   j^.. . : :Y,    ,        27^31
irifofplsitib-i bH tttUj aiUtonlbbllb
epH Don Pye al 88S-B8"dl
ndiUde;   riltferrititfris , arid   t*fe= Wi
^inir of bullldlngs and equip-* ;;,.;■. ,;■■
rtierit.., jhtiririhitetUfb ■■■ m Mki J&TATE
instaiintlriri     ui   ' '-»'• ■■*1:-J-1- L"- -*•"- -
mt£ >W; is '*kA ** ■*»
u^itt^k* *g«lhd t-llirio, !^25d.
2 v|oljns. ,W .size, .$15. V-i size,
$25; Mtd Siifecd fc}Ueeri WasH-
er,.$3;yfeillMlh' tbo^h $5,
883-0531,:y 2820-33
Rirferilift.i^hirisf i>! all ttfe^
fetcHitioti3 Way «6 bbklried
at The TImei.. Phdn% 883-665-i
Quick service on all ordem,
sBI^JrWlf :-8W ,fiiaB, dUattei
»8fl0iiiBiSlJ.H;d. Gferitle
btiitod■&& 'tor verir -youhg
of ,'ip^feriM. Hte. Hd^e,,
saddk. aria •»<. i*. iitt. £ah-
hm mm bit tiBBicyt* pad.
R.Mt   ;''    ■■■■
Form No. 18
(Section 82)
Notice of Intention to Apply
to Lease Land
In Land Recording District
of Vancouver, B.C. and situate
North side of Nelson .Island,
B.C. At post marked beginning 100' S.W. corner adjacent
to b, Wellwoo<J claim in PL 2
ot 3629ir-TL37524,
Take,notice that Paul Turner ot" Burnaby, B.C., occupation student, intends to. apply for a lease of the following described lands:—
C6riim<.ncing at , a post
pl-krited iri unnamed bay in
lot 3020, North side , Nelson
iBlorid; thence 100' North;
tflcrice 660* East; thence 100'
South; thbnce 660' West pod
bbhtalriihg lV* acres, rriore or
less, Mr the purpose of summer cottage.
Pnui Turner
Dated May 25, 1969,
"}6-iiUb. JuHe riS, July 2, 6,
16, i960
.„ , Of riilll-woikj
cablrifcfts arid shel^feS. Gbriietril
utility dtltlbs sUtll te fiilrnitUrt*
mdvlhg, dellvci-y etc,
Itejitiiirfcd Khbwibd|j6 i. -j. i.
Ability arid1   skills ns   trie
mdjority of time will be sjierit,
In; the hianufacture arid ln-
staliriHori bf hilllworB, ciibl-
ncis ririd shelves.
Ajpplicarits iririst itrivtEj prb-
ych hbillty, tririst hiivte valid
drivers Hcerice
Ba\nry ririd -ibUI-s bf tyti-k .. ,
Iriltl-ll' ntipoSrittiicrit lit i|514
pefc iriorith rlsthg ,to $560 per,
mdlith On corijpletlon of, thVeb
mohtha ^tritetloh: Mohnai
work Weekj i Moriday to FrU
dny 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Attach pertinent Information   recanting   qualifications'
nnd experience. ■,'■*■
Also Ihclude riatrics rilf three
reference. Mark ehvelope
"MalriliJni-rice Tradesriuih Ap-
plIcattM" and iirinll to; Secretory Treasurer, Bpx 220, Gib-
nom, B.C.
ClH^lng date, for application
foi* this posltioh ia July 4th,
.,         . •• -■■ »»■■■..^l|o4i
GlftisONS—Large view l'dts
—'•all;village services A fah-
tnfttlic biiy nt $2,250 with only
$1,066 doWn.
Fully k'crviced two bedrooni
jiatt baitttnent home on view
lot Iri Village, AnW-oil fdrri-
i-c&. Full price $14,000. Terths.
Wnibrfront — Fully scrvibdl
Wt Iri Gibsons Harbour with
exoftllerit inooragc or wiiaff-
ngO.-BO ft. frontage on safo
hbach. Fabulous view property. Full frrlcc $6,006.
^fetiMlA      PARK  —  Fully
-iHWicid view lot With;-gentle"
fllc.i,e. ClcarcHti nnd ready for
bulldirii. full price $4,000.     ,
wntcrfront, fully mirVicctl lots
a -few steps froin'safe,-sandy
beich and boat launching.
Sbcltbred salmon flailing
waters. Prlcfcd nt $2,750 to
Cnll  Frank Lewis or Morton
Mackay at 886-9900   eves.
Gibsons Burquitlam
cfM,,,*M hci&, bH jti'iivfed Iribad,
only $2^06. '
.Corner lot 2Vi acres, etmun,
bldfe sitp. cleated. IPrlccd at
only $4000.
A biist-ii?o'u hnVb to Sch
thlfl to npj>r>cclale the possibilities. Smalt hririie with
guest cabin. 50' wft. t*riilt
trices, floweH. fetip, Coihl-letio
privacy. Drily $10,000. Tl-iiris
] pos.'iiblc*.
I-fcvel corner lot, 4 hefes
close to village. Offcrttl nt
Centre bf Glteons—2 suite
home — oHe 3 bdfiri arid, orie
J6$ VW's
capping motors Ltd.
&eb Herble, The Lovebug
im% Flriaribihl ,
2*282 itfh
io^r ritileafec.
iidpA IW.Mi io>- ritiieafec.
■ • ■ r\»'t»v!tiT?i*T:7\r,r",—rr??—-r—r-
ELECTRIC lUltaf; hides iityi-
- ...„ .rift, btfrnffflr, &drtH rivet*
Hum  strfrikWiii feeii i-ot* wA.
aor,'*§§rk...-.  .,!,..: ,,;^ffl?'-fa
iob It.M PM.IifeH ,.c§daf
tehW. M 68b--t369.   2706-32
Honiicl'o^ fix>rrt $299.00
AU WW HbttdJt Mlnl-trAU
IF  iT^  Mit^i'a. .MofSarii
tm^> Bt'Mlt, B.C.,   ,     ■
y__ Y^-^Y-ttpa-W
ON_3 Hoover kfylh IJty wrisher.
Lite hb^ $136. Ph; 885-2624
nft^J-fc^L. ■'        ;  2866-*.!
i bdrm, A-eti. heau.cioiFj.w, u%Mis\mLkb Mm nam ■«*•?.;^rA^;^6^**^
everything. $8000 —- felvca
possi*islon and rent of bthtt
suite hbl|ts pay tor it,
, ■  .GIb*W>r», B.C... .
iHtdh'b 8^6-26bo
K. Butler
Ron  McSaVartcy
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and • Iii ■ tettrilefcM faMtinl
cowlclt the nitifca.c'&cfe 4t -Se-
- chM'or. gbtme-'^M'*
(Section 82)
Hdtlcb ttlr irttentlon to Apply
to Lease Land
In tahd Recording District
of Coast l^and District, Range
1 nnd situate nt the mouth of
tjuatam River, Ramsey Arm.
Take notice that Merrll
Jones & F. W. Culbnrd of
Stuart island, B.C., ocaipa-
tloit Ldggt?r Intends to apply
for n lease of tho following
desclrltkHl lands;—
.Commencing at a post
planted at the South West
corner of Indian Reserve No,
?» at the mouth of Quatam
1Uver; thence 300 fwt South
hlong H.W.M.; thence 100 f«t
Wctl; thmce 3C.9 Ut-1 ftortl.;
ihcnrX" 100 feet East to point
ol commencement nnd containing 0.89 ncre.*-, mnn* or
less, ra.- the purpose of constructing a dock.
Dati_d 2nd Juno, 1060.
c/o Roy & Wngennnr,
1525 l|*»twi»n Sti-ert,
Vancouver 5, B.C.
'-4&)9-**£u*fe 7fmy4; 9, m, zt
Sealed tenders, marked
"Tender for Bridge Project
No, 665: Lois River Bridge:
Contract No. 1—Substructure",
will be received by the Minister of Highways irt his of-
ficfe at the Pariament Buildings, Victoria, British Columbia up to 2:00 p.rri. (Pacific
Daylight Saving Time) on Friday the 18th day of July, 1969,
and opened in ptiblic at that
time arid date. ,
The Contract comprises the
construction of the reinforced
concrete .substructure for the
bridge, consisting of three
piers arid two abutments.
Plans, specifications," and
conditions of tender may be
obtained from the Provincial
Government Plan Viewing
Room, 1414-207 West Hastings Street, Vancouver 3, British , Columbia (Telephone
* 684-8918), or from the undersigned for the surn of ten dollars ($10.) (cheque or rrioney-
order made payable to the
Minister of Finance) which is
not refundable.
' Construction of this contract
shall conform to the requirements of the applicable sections of the Department of
Highways "General • Specifications for Highway Construction". If the bidder does not
already, have a copy of these
' specifibations,'bhe rhay be obtained from the Provincial
Government Plan Viewing
Room," Vancouver 3, British
Columbia; or from the undersigned for the sum of ten dollars' ($iD.) (cheqtie or money-
order made payable to the
Minister of Finance) which is
not refundable. All copies purchased are registered and
amendments are forwarded
when issued.
No tender will be accented1
or considered which coritaihs
an escalatdri clause or any
other qualifying conditions
and the lowest or any tender
will not necessarily be accepted.
Department of Highways,
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, British Columbia,
2817-bub   July   2, . 1909
Garbage1 Collection nnd
Dlspdsal Hylaw  1969
, The Regional Board of the
Suhshinb Coast Regional District enacts as follows:
Section 1, Citation
1.1 This Bylaw may be cited
as the Suhshlrie Coast Rbgio-
rial District Garbage Collcb-
tloh nrtd Disposal Bylaw No'.
22, 1909.
Section 2, Application
2.1 This bylaw shnll nppiy
to the nl-cas defined Iri Schedule "A1' attached to and
foirming part ot this bylaw.
2.2. Evbry owner of land
within the nrba described In
Schedule "A*' on which a
dwfell.hg Or othei* premises
producing garbage, household
refuse and other waste rnatofb-
lal bxlsts Or .where tenting,
camping or trailer accommodation Ih permitted shall bo
charged with the cost ot collecting and disposing Of garbage arising from the usr of
that property,
2.3 The charge for collecting and disposing- of garbage,
shall be an amount ns slated
in Schedule "l\" attached to
nnd forming part of this bylaw.
2,4 The elmgen payable
under this bylaw shall be payable by the owner of tho land
and any such charge or charges unpaid on the 31st day of
December In any year shall
be entered to nnd form part of
•the taxeH payable on that land
end.■ shall ■ be ~ entered' on tho'
Collectors Rolls a* taw® to
nrrear nnd be -Uibject to Interest nt the rate of B% p*r
3 Responsibilities of Owner
or Occupier
3.1 Every owner or occupier of premises de*crihcd in
Section 2.2 RhAll provide «*r-
fident etmUUiver.. Sn which to
H^Sift MfflgG Mat' p*;firiit
/the same to bUT collected, arid
disposed of.",   ,   .
3.2 The said containers
shall be of standard size (approximately 16 x .22) y and
shall be of the tybe riiariufac-
tured from light weight galvanized sheeting or heavy
plastic with close fittihg lid
as sold in retail outlets ds garbage cans. Any dispute over
the suitability of the gdrbage
container shall bb decidbd by
an officer of ihe Regional
4 Garbage Collection
i    4.1   The   Regional   District
will  arrange  by  coritract  or"
otherwise for the collection of
garbage within -the areas defined in Schedule "A".   *
4.2 The collectiori will be
on a two weekly basis for
residential occripations and on
a weekly basis for commercial occupations.
4.3 Dates ahd times of collection to be published in local newspapers circulated in
the areas concerned.
4.4 Garbage containers; "shall'
be placed at the property line
adjdbent to the public roadway Und shall be secured as
necessary to prevtent accidental discharge or disturbance
by dogs.
4.5 Cartons, waste paper,
and,other materials in excess
of that placed for dipdsal in
trie container riiay be reihoved
at the discretion of the garbage collector. Any charges
for the removal of excess garbage shall not form part of
(the rate schedule, for garbage ,
collection unless they are of a
I regular occurrence arid occa-
1 sion a constant addition to the
collection load. Charges for
excess garbage hall not be
subject ,to the provisions - of
Section 2.4 uniess they appear
on the rate Schedule.
5 Garbage Disposal
5.1 Garbage disposal sites
constructed and maintained by
the Regional District will be
the only areas where garbage,
household refuse, car bodies,
and other waste material may
be dumped,
5.2 All person using the disposal areas will do so in accordance from time to time in
the local newspapers.
5.3 The disposal of garbage,
household refuse, car bodies
and other waste material arising from the residential and
commercial     occupations    by
Fduriipihg "idri    pr_v3t&    laridy-
public land, in the sea, lakes
or rivers is prohibited.
6 Enforcement
6.1 Every person who offends dgainst ot* violates atfy
of thb provisions bf this Bylaw or who negle'cls to do or
refrains from doing anything
that requires to be done by
any of the provisions of thb
Bylaw shall be debrried to be
guilty of an infraction of this
Bylaw   and,   upon   conviction
therefore b'efpre a Judge hav-
irig jurisdictibhi iri the Province of British Columbia,
be liable to a fine not exceeding $500.00 arid costs.
Read si first timb this 27th
day of June, 1000
Read a second tlhib this 27th
day of June, 1969
Read a third time this 27th
day of June, 1969
BYLAW   NO.   22
1, The area of abdication of
this Bylaw shall be an follows:
(a) Thb Bylaw Hi Its entirety shall apply to the-area defined Ih Bylaw No. io Scchclt Garbage Disposal Special
Area Bylaw, 1007| and Bylaw
No. 11 West Howe Sound
Garbage Disposal Special Service Area, 1907.
(b) Sebtlons 1, % 5 arid 6
shall apply to tho whole Regional District.
BYLAW   NO.   22
i. A rate suffielerit tri''jpajr
the cost of the tervico shall
be levied and rolled on alt
land nnd Improvements, excluding the property of Bri-
tlnh Columbia Hydro nnd
Power Authority, subject to
taxation as fixed for school
purposes within thb Secheit
Gat-toft- Disbosal social Sbr-
vlcb Afta {Bylaw jffd. 10) arid
tho West Howe Sound Garbage and DistxM&l Special Ber-
vlcjt. Area (Bylaw No. 11).
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June 2lih, iUi
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lEG^L (C<.*.«ri-Jcd)
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LEGALS (Cofi^iriued)
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tLEGAtS .&Afirftfe<j>
LEGALS (Corifiriued)
LEGALS (Gont.need). , -LEGAL  rfaTICES frWi** •* ^^jo&te*. of Lot 26 ofltot
~ -r.—rf ■■*::.   "*»**- noticesJgonhJ,   m pj-A 4-438. th^ce ^-^
by the Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom,- Canada and *
Her other Realms ahd Territories, Queen, Head of the
Commonwealth, Defender of
the Faith.
To all whom these presents
shall come—GREETING. Dan
Campbell, Minister of Municipal. Affairs. WHEREAS by'
Section 21 of the "Municipal
Act" it is provided- that the
Lieutenant-Governor in council „ may by supplementary
Letters patent extend the area
of a municipality" 'under the
condition's therein set out:
AND WHEREAifa tfetitioh
has* been received hy the Minister of Municipal! * -Affairs
from the Council of the Village of Gibsons-praying that
thb' area of the' municipality
be. extended to include all and
singular those certain parcels
or,tracts oi land situate; iymg
and being as follows:—
Commencing, at tye &est
northerly north-eakt coSrrier of
Lot 686, Group 1, New -West*-
mirister District; thence northerly along the easterly boundary o'f.said.Lpt 687 to .the
soutb-ea£t.66riier of Lot' D 6f
Lot -681/;- Registered Explanatory "Plan 3182, on; deposit in
the Land Regis't|ry Cfffice. Vancouver; thence ri'difth-Vekerly
and northerly along the southwesterly-and westerly boundaries of said,* Lot* -D to -the
point of intersection with "thb
easterly.. .prolongation' of 'the
northerly botindairy of Lot Z
of Lot 687,. Kegistered. Plari!
3306; thence ^.westerly. along
said prolongation' arid corifin-
tiori psrperidicuiar to the.geft-
eral direction of the said high-
water mark . at., the", mpst
southerly south-west cornej.
of Lot 77for a 'distance'of 1,000
feet; thence in- a general
north-easterly. difectioft 1,000
feet perpendicularly distant
frotn and parallel to the said
high-water mark -of - Hdwe1
Sound to the point of "inter-
section with a straight" lirie
drawn from "the *south--v(rest
corner of Lot 685,, said, line
being in a' south-easterly direction pe^pendicUl-Cr "tb ~ the
general direction .of,the high-
water mark at thb said southwest cornier of; iM 685; therice
north-westerly, Jn' a-.straight
line to the south-west corner
east (brrYei.  of said Lot 914;
... _.r_.         -   -._ .F , -       _,__        ifihtioe Northerly -and easterly
eHy along-,the westerly bou'n-    the provision's of the said part,    northerly, alohg' th'e; vfresferfy    atofii, trife westerly and north-
_!_'_.'*_. _• -r __._. _>n   ««'    '   j'*.   •./       _.      »_. _-i. _._-_>   ^r.n    __.j    enn'       Vi A,, v, .!„.,.,   __>   __._.» -4 i'_.   '__.<   /;_>      x''i*.'j  t-c^JJJi : '_._• t-*   ann  -..,
muhicipaUty under Part XVI    said Lot 90'6 to thks*6uih v^«k.
of 'tit§ "Municipal,Act", aridy corner ' of   Lot   6u$; .'therice
LEGALS (Continued)
,.■:,, ■„.,   ,, ,1,1         '      ,n  i,
thereof; therice^ in a general
southerly, directiori along'said
high water mark to the afore-
easterly norjh east
  ^      ^ __ Lot 686, Group 1,
31; thericej south
of „ intersection with •
therly  boundary..
thence easterly along     .. .  _  ,  , „    rar-™ur_    _____(___   _.uv_.-j.t_ul
therly boundary of said Lot feWWr*. District except there-*'the wes^rfy ari;d.^6rfhei.iy - alonepiO westerly boundaries- * ^, A .^ids that mriv be
842 to the _ridrth-west coMer* out that- portion lying within .boundaries' of tot Ul4. io the' ot tots 1401 and 1400 to the -lljuded hereafter within a
of Lot 7 of Lot 842; Registered    the Village of Gibsons  shall    north   east . cowrie),    thereof;    hoi-fh west corner' of said Lot
Plaft'6755; thence* southerly;
easterly .and southerly along
the. westerly, southerly and
arid westerly boundaries of
said Lot- 7 to the.rho-jt southerly south-west corner thereof; beihg a! point -on the \vest-
erfy high-water mark'of Howe
Sound; thence southerly-in a
straight line and'in a direct
b'e dbferiied to be ,a. specified   .thence   northerly   along   ffe&
service area' established under > westerly boundary of Lot 1657
of Lot 685; thence noM&Jy    ««>n .pefpertdirtilar to^he.gen-
along the westerly boundaries    eral direction .of the said .high*
of ..Lots 685 and .686' to . th%.
north-west corner of' said Lot *
686; thence easterly alohg-the
northerly boundary of L.6^6'86
to the aforesaid most riottriey**/
ly north-east corner 'tnereo'f,-
being the point of commeheef
ment and containing !by* ad'-
measurement ' 608.20 .acres' of
iaxid, more or less, arid' 3.85
acres of land'covered by water more or less.  .
water iriark at the most southerly south-west corner of Lot
7 fpr/a distance of l,00d,fefe£J
th^ripe fin--a general northeasterly direction 1,000" feet
perpendicularly distant from
and .parallel to the said high-
water,* mark} of Howe -sound
to . the point .of inters'ection
with a -straight line-drawn
easterly   and   in  a   direction
Division *2 of Part XVI of the
"Municipal.Act" for the purr
pose of providing fire .protection in" and for the said area
amid the persons and properties
therein and ; including .power
to*, undertake things incidental
thereto:    -
; Coffi^nc-jn'g Jaf,' the most
easterly north east corner of
Lot,6k; Group, l; N"e«r West-
' pitniter" Distrfct, Being "a point
on the" weSferly' bigh wafer
rriarkof Howe -^ourid; thence
■ westerly Sncf- northerly, along
th^' riortherly - and westerly
bouridaWei? of -6aid Lot 686 to
to the north west cofn^r
^thereof; therice easterly,along
-the   northerly   boundaries  of
1400f ihetiee easterly along the
northerly ( boundary of , Lot
1400' to the north east corner
thereof, being a point on the
high  writer   mark   of   Howe
We have caused these Our
Letters to be made Patent and
the Great Seal of Our said
"Lois 1657 and 914 to the north ^. Sound, on. the„ westerly shore ^province,,-to. be hereunto af-
LEGALS (Confinued)
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fixed/-, , ■* ' '" y<» -
. WlT!mS§;^^lihei^onr
ourable John It, 'Nichbisori,
P.C., O.B.E.,1, Q.C,,, LL.D.
Lieutenant - Governor of Our
said Prbviricte of 6'ritiBh Col--
Our City of Victori-t,
,said, Province, this
day of Julie, in
: our Lord one' thousand riine hundred and si-fcty-
nine and in, the* eighteenth
year of Our Reign.
By Command.
'   .   f W. dI BtACK
Provincial Secretary
2810-pUb July 2, 1969
perpendicifTar to the gMefal   south east corner of td, D of
_._ ,_ -.____     ^^ gs7^ jjggj^g^ Explana-
,    . -     .  - „,    direction-, oft the  high-waiter
AND.Wfi-EREAS the,cohdir   m-atrk front .the, foresaid most
tioris and requirements bi the
said section 21 have been duly
complied with:
easterly- north-east .corner, .of
Lot 686; thence westerly in a
straight line.to.said. most, east-
tory" Plan, 3182,' ori. deposit in
the, Land &>gistry Office,- Vancouver;'thence north westerly
  „,-.,,   .-,-     . ,,..-^„..>.   and.northerly-along-the-south
' NOV/KNOW YE-THAT ;by    erly ™rth-east corner, being    westerly.-and westerly bound-
thesa presents  We- do I order.   the  P°}ntf  6Y commencement    aries ' of: said  Lot p toN the
arid proclaim "that: the' area of   and «»*a»uiig by Admeasure-   po^t of infersectiori'with the
■      - mphV .89S.29 ^acres. :oi   land,
more or.less^and 215.85 acres
of, (la'nd . coveifed ,vby   water,
more 6r -I^ss; a(nd 215.85 acres
of   land -.covered   by   water,
fft&Xe ,or Jess. * > " *
Readers' Right
:One viewpoint
^Editor, The Times '
^ Sir—Mr. Watson's letter prompted,me
JtriYvrite. Recently I made a phone call io
~ a certain man who is'well versed in provincial and-local affairs in the hope* oi
;getting some information. on oUr 'local
'gravel operation.  1 was/ more or less m-
oounoaries oi -saia i.oi. ooo w -5formed that l waS was£frig my iiiae to
the -molt (n6rfherly north east  -trying to n&& it> That Jhe ^^^ ^j^^.
corner thereof; thence north-    ber of commerce' hid already given- if*
approval and that the. Sunshine Coast Regional Board wa£ under the' influence of
-/the Cof C. I couldn't believe this.until I
, read in the Peninsula* Times, quote: "The
\ Secheit Chamber, of Commerce will meet
.with executives of the proposed gravel
operation."' Woo the C of C arid the heck
annually, and in some7 area's, semt-annuffl.*--    MeimrirrrhTi* friairi dfah&S
ly. In addition, many, accidents occur re-    memOTmierm€Un OlSUeS
suiting in personal injuries from axes    made hearty With milK
6rly~   along--the-    easterly
boundary  of Lot 687 to.the
and power saws, __
On the other hand, herbicides are safe
and will give desired control from 3 to 5
years. It is hoped that the newer' products
will extend this period.'-'ff .this comes
albout,- the grasses will -become of sufficient density that they'alone will inhibit
the tree growth.
Naturaily,' uhder ,, these > coriiparisons,
costs of herbicidai Control are' ver£ much,
less than jjnanual, being up" to twenty
WITH COLD winds howling outside' and the
srio# trying tocrefep in the eracks of the
windows—hearty, hot steaming casseroles
are the order of the day. However, after
the • rich, * festive .and * atwndant tables * that
filled our homes in December, January has
traditionally become (budget -month for most
fani-ltes.' ...
Just -because pennies have to be ''pirich-
ed;"..ri_eal£I'needn't''be doll and Uriimagii--
atiVe. If ^thisk Month "find's you tdolcitfg for
-times cheaper. *- -   '   ■ y    inspiration', we suggest..yotf tuffft to these
It is with programs of this^nature that    two ft-fets frdM-the Canadkri D&Hy (Fdods
we are able to.Keep co'sts.dOwn and these   'Ser*ji6e Efureku.- As! you'll seethtse dishes
are reflected in low power-, bills.
Yours sincerefy ,
G. M. SHRtlM.
areft't lagging nutritionally either, thanks to
milk- a-ria Canadiari-i_iade Swiss cheese. -
the Village of <Jibsofts be e.t-
tended and that on, frdrii,, aitd
.after the date of the£6 su>ple.-
rt-entary Letters Patent, the
boundaries" of the ^.Village,'of
Gibsons be defirfed aft* follows.
t Commencing hXr the' most
easterly north-^east corner-of
Lot 686, Group l._New Westminster Districft," being .a
point on  the  westerly- high*
AND -THAT the Letters
Patent of- the Village of Gibsons be. deemed, to be arnend-
ed so asyto coMorm to ithe
premises as and from the dato
uirig westerfy'along the north-'   wafer rriarkof Howe Sound:    of. thess  supplementary  Let-'
 1.. u._„.__.__!J_J_   _._r'-._::__p V __Z o  i_       ..      '   ". .      . .* .. " v tni; D„. „.>.*-
erly bouiidary of said Loi 3 to
the north-west corrier thereof;
thence   northerly   along  -the
easterly boundary, of Lot 8 of
Lot 688, Registered liafereiice
Plan.. 59, ' to   tte ' horrth-east
corner .thereof; -,thenc£, northerly- and westerly  along  the
easterly and northerly-boundaries of Lot 5, of Lot 688, Plan
59 to" the' sotrth-eaSt" corner of
Lot 4  of Lot 688, -Plari  59;
thencej t ,ijjm*therly^, along   the
easterly boundary of .said Lot
4 ' to   the  north-east   comer
thereof-   thenc-e  easterly  and
northerly" along, trig-" southerly
and easterly-boundaries of Lot
1 of Lot 6.$, Plan 59f to the
north-east     corner -. • thereof;
thence". J westerfy.   along" *the
northerly Jbtoundarips* of*-Lots
688 and'689 to the*j3oiptof intersection witri the northerly
prolongation of . the', westerly
boundary of Lot A of Lot 689,
Registered  Explanatory   Plain
6395;  thence ..southerly  along
said prolongation and continuing southerly alprig'the westerly   boWndarifes   of   Lot   A,
Plan 6395,  Lots 3, -4   and 5,
Registered Plan 3678, and Lots
B and A, Registered Plan 7700
all of Lot 689 and the southerly   prolongation   of   westerly
boundary of said Lot A, Plan
7700 to the point of intersection with the southerly boundary ojf Lot 689; thence easterly
along the sbu'tlierly boUUdary
of Lot 689 to the .north-west
corner   of   Lot   684;   'thence
southerly alOhtf the we&erlj,
boundary of strid Lot 684 to
the point bf. intersection with
tho westerly prolongation of ,
the southerly boundary of Lot
1 of Lot 684, itegistered Plan
4438;   thence, easterly   along
said , proldngatibri   und   cori-
tlnuingY eristerly   flllohft   the
southerly boundaries, of Lots
1  and 2,  Plain 4438  to  the
BOuth-cast cofner' bt sild Lot
2; thetfcO UriUtherly alOhg th6
westerly boundaries of Lots 8,
0, 10 and 1Z 6f Lot.684, PInrt
4438 to the aouth-west corner
of said i/ftli', thepce westerly along the southerly boundary of Lot 13 of Lot 684, plan
4438 to a point dUo morth of
the north-west Wrier of Ixit
17, Of   Lot   684,   Plan   4438;
thence south to said  northwest corn'or; therice*1'southerly
and ensterly olbng the westerly   ond   southerly   boundaries
of fiiiid Lot 1*) to the northwest corner of Lot 22 of IM
684, Plum. 4438; tlience w»uth-
crly along.tho westerly Iwmnd-
ory   of   said   tot   22   to   the
souiii-weflt    corner     thereof;
thc.r*c*r. KputhGtly in n straight
lino to tho north-wcrst corner
of  Lot   29  of-tot  M**!-   r-I"'»
4438;   fhertce  southerly  along
tho   westerly   boundaries   of
Lots 2v, 30 alid 31 of Lot (M,
Plan  4486 to thU BOuth-west
corner of said Lot 31; thence
south, to' fftfe. point of Intet-
ficctlon    with    ttw?    northerly
boundary of tot M2; thence
eankTly   nlonff  tho  northerly
boundary of said I»t'M2 to
tho nortt>-wwt corner of Lot
7 of Lot 842, l.<?gl©ten.d Plan.
6755;   (thence  'southerly   and
easterly  ond  southerly  nloYifJ
the   westerly,  southerly   and
westerly   boundaries   of   told
Ix)t 7 to the most  southerly
sotith-wM crirrler there, of, be*
ing n pplnt on the  westerly
high-water    mark    of    Howe
Sound; trance southerly In A
" 'fitraight .Ithe-Wki'S-dttee*
thence westerly and northerly
along the nontherly and. west*5-
erly boundaries 'of' said" Lot
686 to the most" northerly
north-east corner. -. ^hereof;
therice northerly along the
easterly boundary co'f Lot 687
to the south-east corner - of
Lot D of Lot-687rRegistered
Explanatory Plan $182^ ori de-->
posit in the Land Registry. Office, Vancouver; thence north-
.ittssterly and 'northerly, aloijg ,
the south-westerly and we'st-^
erly boundaries of said L6t-D
to,_the ,„point of intersection
with easterly prplopgat.io)iiOf
ttie northerly boundary of Lot
3 of Lot 687, Registered Plan
3306; thence westerly aloh£
Said prolongation and. contih-
tiirig w'6sferly along the northerly boundary of safd'Lol'31
to the north-weist- .corfldr
thereof; thence - northerly a-
fonif the easterly boundary of
Lot 6 of Lot 688, Registered
Reference Plan Hi', to (the
north-east' corner ' thereof;
thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and
northerly boundaries of Lot 5
of Lot 688, Plan 59' to the
south-east corner of Lot 4 of
Lot 688, Plan 59; therice northerly along the easterly
boundary of said Lot 4 to th6
north-east corner there6f;
thence easterly and northerly
along the southerly and easterly boundaries-of Lot-1, of
Lot 688, Plan 59 to the riorthF-
east corner tfereof; *.■'' thence
westerly along the, northerly
ters Paterif.
In. testimony, .whereof, We
have caused these. Our Letters,
to be made- Patent and the
Grtfeat Seal of Our said Province <to be hereunto affixed./
-Witness} Colonel the Honourable ^ John R: 'Nicholson,'
P.C, O.B\E.,. Q. C., LL.D:, Liett-
fenant-Governor of Our said
Province of British Columbia,
in. Qur 'City of Victoria, in
Our said -Province, this seventeenth day of June in the
year of our Lord one-thousand
nine hundred arid sixty-nine,
and, in the eighteenth year of
Our Reign.   ,
•     ***- J       ■, j
By Command. „
.     '     .     W. D. BLACK-
■ .   * -      Provincial Secretary
. "-  2815-pub. July 2, 196&*
by the Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom, Canada and
her other' Realms and Territories, Queen, Head of the
Common -wealth, Defender of
the Faith.
To all whom these presents
shall come—GREETING. Dan
Campbell, Minister of Municipal Affairs. WHEREAS,pursuant to the provisions oi sec**
tion 7tf6 of ,'■;the ."Muhftfppl
Act"; the, .Sunshine Coast Re***
with the others.
In a' previous phone conversation, the
' president, of the C of C stated that he
.>could see no harm in.a gravel operation.
,.5He said he had talked to .representatives
of the grave*]* Operation arid they had convinced him that everything* was OK. No
-noise, dust or .pollution of any kind.. I
■asked for more detail and was told .that
-..-„.       __  ...__..__ „ - the information he had received was con-
northerly   boundary ~6f', said "fidential and that he was riot at liberty to
Lot 3 io the north west corner    divulge it. fiby, .could. I be sued for .what
JI am thinking, but it does sound like back
! scratching.
The local C of C say they are only interested in bringing in industry to make
jobs. They seem to disregard any effect on
other citizens of the district. I remember
*a few years back-the local C of C going all
out trying to bring in a Doukhobor prison.
easterly' *proloriigation of the
of'the -riortherly-boundary of
Lot -3- of Lot 687, -Registered
Plan.3306; ^thence-;westerly a-
lorig ' said .prolongation and
continuing "we-rteriy along the
thereof; thence northerly a-
long the easterly,boundary of
Lot 6 of Lot'688,' flegistered
Reference Plan.* 59, to the
north- -east* corner thereof;
therice northerly' arid westerly
•along the easterly. and'north-
.erly'  boundariesf . of"   L6t   5
of.    -L6t v. 888,-    Plan    59    to " * Their reason, "create jobs" (the grapevine
had it that a prominent member of the
*' Board of Trade had hopes of selling the
•government a piece of iland).
.*■ The C of C went all out again for this
i-.abortion we call a breakwater. If they
i.* had expended as much energy in getting
. the government to spend approximately
- j V4 million dollars on senior citizens homes
the south east corner of Lot
4, of .Lot 688, Plan 59;-thence
northerly along the easterly
boundary of sawf Lot 4 to the
north '. east corner * thereof;
thence easterly, arid northerly
along*the southerly and east-
?M:^^%t^!"^    we would have.something more than a
ett eorS^-tlL^f-tSS :boomin-? ^^ for beach-combers. Re-
east corner thereof, tnence member that breakwater was going to
westerly, along the .northerly    makc Us a!a rich.
boundaries of Lots 688 ami . No> j cannot s€e where the local c ^ c
689 to the pomt of "intersection! has ^^ much for the SunshiUe Coast,
with, .the northerly prolonga- No j j^'ven't been to see the gravel operation of the -westerly boundary tion at Brittania Beach, but after listening
of Lot A of,I-pt 689, Regist^-    ^ people who have, I doubt if Mr. Watson
has beeri there.   '
t. A. FRASE-R.
ed Explanatory, Plan, 6395;
thence .southerly alorig said
prolongation __ and continuing
southerly' along the westerly
boundaries' of Lot A, Plan
6395, Lots, 3„ 4 and 5, Registered' PMrl 3678, and Lots B
and'AYRpgistered Plan 7700,
all i of .Lot 689 and the southerly '  prdlofygaf-orii    'of •  the
Harmless spray
RECENT letter of protest regarding spraying by the B.C. Hydro was sent to the
Hydro Authority by Mr. John Hind Smith
of the Gibsons area, copy of which he submitted to The Times for publication.
Reply from Hydro Chairman Mr. Gor-
westerlS); boundary of said Lot   -don s^r^ has als^ been submitted to
Ay -Plan, 7700 to the point of    The Times and is published for general
Dear Mr. J. Hind-Smith:
boundaries  of  Lots m  tmd   gioMl Djstrjct wflB incorpora
689 to thet point ^^fritersec-   ^ ^ tetters latent issued
tion with the northerly pro-   6ri  the1 ^fh day of Jariuary,
longatlon    of ■ the    westerly
boundary of Lot A of Lot 689,
Registered   Explanatory  PUri.
6305;  thence southetiy  along
said prolongation and .continuing southerly alorig the t^str
erly boundaries of tot A,'Pla'ii
6395, Lots 3, 4 and 5, Registered Plan 3078, and LOW B and
A, Registered Plari 7700, all of
Lot   009   and   the  'southerly,
prolongation  of the/Westerly
boundary of said! Lot A,1 Plflini
7700 to the poipt of, intersection with the southerly bound- ,
ary of Lot 089; thenco eastbt-
ly nlonK the noUthcrly bOurid-
nry of Lot <109 to the northwest corner of Lot 604; therice
southerly  along  the  westerly
boundary of said \Un\ 684 to
.the point of intersection with
the   westf*rly   prolongation   of
the southsry boundary of Lot
1 oi* IM 084, Registered Plan
4438;   thence   eastcrfy   rilonit
snld   prolongation    and   con-
tlnulng    easterly   ,,ftlpng    the
MOtitherly boundaries of I^oti
1   nnd   2,   Plan   4438   to   the
fio'uth-enst corner of said Lot
2; thet»6e southerly otongthc
westerly houtidnrlcs of Lots 8,
0, 10 and 12 of Lot 084, Plan
4438 to the couth-weid corn-
t*r of mUtlM 12; 'therice w'c'A-'
terly    along    tho"   iouthefly
boundary   of  Lot   13  of   Lot
084, Plan 4430 to J» pq\nt ,A\Ut
-north of the north-west corner of IM 17 of Lot 084,.Plan.
4430;   thence   south ' to   said
north-went     corner;      tfience
Fotitherly nnd  cthiterly  along
the   westerly   nnd   southerly
boundaries of said Lot  17 to
, the north-west corrf r .of < Lot
22   of   I.ot   884,   Pfan, 443(1;
thenre    southerly    along    the
westerly lwimdary r>t rmld Utt
22  to  the  Routh-west  dorner
iMrtot; thence southerly In a
#tffilgl»t   lino   to   tbt? -^ortw-
ANDl WHEREAS the regio-<
nal district bas all of the
powerj. of n district municipality tiridef Part XVI of the
"Muriicifjal * AcV, except se'e-
.iriris 589 arid fiflO:
AND WHEREAS pursuant
to the prbvlsiiant of seiflOri
793 of the ."Municipal Act" it
Is deerrieif dcMiab\e and im the
•fmblfe Iriterei-t that the Gibsons, Fire Protection District^
being an, Improvement dfs-
tric't-,,-incorporated under tlio
"Municipal Act", be dissolved
as nnd from the1 first day of
January, 19*.0, arid all of Its
assets', rlghW, claims, obligations arid liabilities transferred to the reglpnnl diiilrieti
deemed desirable and eKpe-'
dlcrtt thnt the former Gibsons
Fire Protection District, eic-
cept thereout that portion lying within tho Village of Gibsons, Wc established as n apc-
cifled service area under Part
XVI of (U "Municipal Act".
these presents We do order
and proclaim that tho following tfTf ttddcA ttt the subjects,
powers; obligations, ddtleS,,
limitations and conditions of
the Sunshine Const Regional
District fOr thdl purpose, the
tetters Patent of the regional
district be amended by:—
1, Striking out Division IV-
t/Oc-al WorkH and fk>rvlces and
subitlt'itffrig the following:—
Division IV—-Local Works
and $.rvlces
1. With rexpucf to that part
of   the   regional   district   not
within a city, district, town or
village,   Ihe   regional   district
* htm all ih» jfower-fr of n, dlstrici-
intersectiori vt*ith the southerly
boundary Of Lot 689; thence
easterly, along, the southerly
biUridary* of Lot 6^9' to the
north west corner of Lot 684;
thence southerly along the
westerly boundary of said Lot
684 to the point,of intersection
with the westerly prolongation
of the.fcouth^fyvte
L6t I Of Lot 684, Registered
Plari' 4438;' thence Easterly a-
long s&ld prolongation arid
continuing easterly along the
southerlV bouhdarie-i of tots
1 nndi 2, Pl«f- ' 4438 to the
south cast corner of said Lot
i\ therice Southerly along the
westerly! boundaries'; of Lots 8,
0, 10 arid 12 of Lot 684, Plan
4438 to the SOUtlt; west corner
of Bald Lot 12; thence westerly alorig the southerly fcoUrid-'
f^ry 6f Lk 1*) Of tot 684, Plan
4438 to > polrit duo north of
the riorth vlrest corner of Lot
17, of tot 684.. Plan 4438;
thence south to sold north
west corner; thence southerly
and easterly alonjj the wi*st<;r-
ly * ara! southerly boundnrieu
of said tot 17 to the north
west corner of Lot 22 of Lot
084, Plan 4438; thence .southerly along the yveftterly, boundary of said IM 22 to the south
west , corner thereof; thence,
southerly In a straight line to
the north wcet corner of Lot
29 of Lot.,084, Plan 4438;
thence   southerly   along   the
' British Columbia Hydro & Power Authority uses herbicides to control unsafe
and undesirable growth on its rights-of-
way, We are by no means unique in this
control program. Industries, Farmers, and
'Governments at all levels carry out similar programs, based.on Public demand,
econoirik-si arid need,
' The products used by the Authority are
the satrieris used by the home gardener
and are available at any garden center. At
the concentrations we use, the products
are", absolutely safe and will not harm
maty animals, birds or fish, nor will they
.The end result is that, while we clear
out growth that is dangerous to oUr ptaff
and to the continuity of our service which
th6 Public demands, the cleared land Is
cohverted to u grazing area upon which
wildlife abounds.
The herbicides are applied by ground
or aerial spray, as the terrain and available, water supply dictates, Weather conditions are the key to tho applications, W
mUst be dry and remain so for 24 hours
fo^ the products to be effective. Also,
wind must be minimal, usually around 3
mllesiper Hour, to ensure against tlio eprny
being carried'to desirable growth.
Helicopter spraying wo» carried out on
the Scchclt peninsula Jurie 14 and 15, but
or% after tho crews' had .walled In tho
area'for a week for these Ideal conditions.
It must;be pointed out Ihnt we use only
licensed I applicators, and that these applicators must obtain detailed maps from the
government service., showing all  registered water supply cfeeks, not Iwcause
 ..__    ._      ... .,,. fish damage is expected, but for the rea-
W.esteriy   boundaries  of  I^otH    son that the compound Imparts an objec-
29, 30 arid 31 of tot 084, Plan    tionablo odor and taste 10 the water.  Using these maps, the applicators slop spray
4438 to tho south west corner
of said Lot 31 j thence south to
th6 point If Intersffttlon with
the   northerly   boundarty   of
Lot 842; thence easterly along
tho   northerly   boundary   of
paid Lot 842 to the north west
corner of Lot 7 of .'Lot 842,
Registered  Plan 6755;  theme
southerly, easterly and southerly along the westerly,,southerly nnd westerly boundaries
-ot ssidct Lot- 7- to- the most »ou-
fherly.,south.west corner thereof, being a point on the wenl-
erly hlfjh wate^* mark of Howe
flOurid;.. tlKWcc   In   n   gflnornl
westerly  nnd   north   westerly
dfrectl&h along the snld high
water mark to the point of In-
U^hhtion with the moat westerly south weftt corner of !/>t
OOfli    thence    northerly    nnd
easterly   alorig . tho   westerly
■-■and mitmty ■tioutiGartc*- ot
, For a. change bi. pace - serve tfie family
Scalloped Potatoes *n' Wieriers. This easily
'made;atrd. iiiexpensive' casserole is _. real
kjdipteaser with th&s'e all-time favorites,
wienets; hidden irtslde.-Slivefs -of potatoes
•Letter from ^arlionient Hilt arid chunks of wieners are permeated J>y
" "      ' the <mello(w, nutty flartror of a Swiss cheese
Paul St: Pierre
OTTAWA —THESE *" OXLtfMN^ * wilt tie
interrupted for a time. *
Parliament will, I trust, have recessed
by the time this reaches -the hands of the
editor. As suggested "last week,- I shall
for, a time be sis' difficult to locate as" 'a
spe'ek of pe^eV On a beach.
A later part of the summer will be
occupied with a Northern Development
Standing-Committee trip to the High Arctic -where, as I keep saying to the-point of
boredom for some who hear me, there are
great and exciting things happening.
Naturally, during the summer I hope
to chat with as many Coast-Chilcotin residents as have nothing better to do with
their time,
I WISH TO* THANK newspaper editors
who carry these-co"-unins,and regret only
tiiat 1 didn't charge' for- them.
will continue to reach me, but slowly. This
is the' sort of news that is good news for
people who like that sort of news.
in this column a -couplfe Of months, ago
has had an interesting- sequel.  Mr. Fred
BuSchr principal of Prince Rupert Senior
Secondary  School,   submitted the   same
questionnaire to a group of 121 students in
Grades ll and 12. I have compared the
results to see if the younger generation
does differ sharply in opinion from their i ' surface golden thrown,
elders, ' ' ^   .
sauce.'Servewtha'erisp^reen salad tossed
with your favorite tarigy dressing arid watch
dinner disappear.
'   . .' {Makes 6 to $ Servings) ■
' 2 iafclespoons butter   *
1 cup chopped oriion -
t V* cup all-purpose flour
iVn teaspoons salt
Ya teaspoon ipepper   *
% tea-spoon paprika
2%* cups- imilk
V/z cups, shredded Caiiadian-mride riatur-
. al Swiss cheese
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
41 cups potatoes, thinly-sliced
1 pound wieners cut in -te-inch diagonal
Preheat oven to 325°F.   Melt butter .in
large frying pan. Add onion and -cook until
tender.   Blend in.flour, salt, pepper and
paprika. Gradually stir in milk. Cook over
low heat^ stirring constantly, until smoothly
thickened. Remove from heat, add 1 cup of
the cheese and parsley.  Stir until melted.
Add and imix in potatoes and three-quarters*
of the wieners. Turn into a 2 quart casserole.   Bake covered in preheated oven t>h.
hours.  Place remaining wieners over surface off casserole; sprinkle with cheese. Return to overi and bake, uncovered,-15 to 2tf
minutes, or until, potatoes are tender and
ing at least 100 feet from nil creeks. Contrary to some opinlori, tMso herbicides are
not washed Into the creeks, but enter tbe
soil nnd gradually decompose,
Because this Is a spray application,
many pcopi; lend to classify nil sprays in
the same category, and therefore dangerous.
Insecticides are applied by spray and
many are becoming increasingly suspect
os.n danger to our way of life. Chief
amongst these nre the chlorinated hydro-
carbon* such ns DDT, which in now banned tn Sweden ond In some part* of the-
U.S.A. Another is Tliiod«n, responsible
for the massive fish kill on the flhin*..
The Authority has no use for these compound® and hare never used them.
Safety and casts are prime considerations In our ttne of these herbicides.
-Some people are under the Impression
that It'costa very little extra to do the
mttnn clearing by mwiunl labor. This is
not so.
■ Manual clearing niurt be •*"■««• at **»»t
Generally the replies of students paral-
'lel those of the earlier survey, but there
are a few exceptions.
On the question of whether Canada
should give diplomatic recognition to the
Vatican, adults answered With &h overwhelming No, Students were equally divided as to yes or no, and even more of
them marked themselves*1 as "uncertain,"
"not enough knowledge" or "don't care,
one way or the other."
Ori criminal code arnendments, a far
larger -proportion, of students marked
themselves as "don't csire,"
But very few dldri't cafe about the
Carter Cohimission report (they favored
a full capital gains tax by a Wide margin)
or the Housing Report (They Disapproved.)
Adults' answering tho questions of the
poll WcmmargiriaI_yoi>posedF to extension
of French language rights. Students
favored the move,' by a margin slightly
more pronounced,    '     *
.On. most ..issues—wagk cpntrolui, pried
controls, foreign ownership and recagnl-
tion of Chtoa?, the reactlflp of high school
students was much like that of the ridiculous old peopje who have lived beyond
age 30,
This should prove something—1 am not
sure what. j
IT OCCURS TO ME that I have been
Sparing in the offering Of advice in,this
colutnn, nnd this particularly for busiriess-
men, something I never Wad, Here is advice for businessmen:
"Undertake no moro than you can manage, „ ,,.-:.,     ',■,,...,:.
''Perform with delight, and •» kind of
"Have yoUr eyes Upon your own business and trust riot"wholly to servants,'
"Be watchful qver strangers,
'      "Trust not your memory, but imnledi-
ntely make entries of things In the proper
-books. .......
"At proper times inspect your affairs."
(The above wasn't written fry md, as
the -astute will already havo guessed. The
author was John Ford. He wrote It in,
1733 1
bo written on the, government's record at
the close of this ftwttbh of Parliament,
This could be printed from the point
of view of a member of the, government
party, In which. ca£e it would be iriade
clear that the preserit government is the
hest thing that has happened ulnce the
Invention of the wheel. Or, written as a
member of on Opposition party, It ciould
demonstrate that ehtlro nation has Just
enough time to Jump Into a clean nightshirt before Armageddon.	
Tlie facts of the matter, os i dimly perceive them, are that m«ri m^ke their own
lives. Governments don't do H for them.
Let'ii-i not be dismayed by this, thought.
If It weren't for governments, what would
we have to flaugh' about?
Walter Safely «aya*
"T«H your mother ond
talher thai you want
tc$ JWffl 10 swim NOW.*'.
You may thlffk you're tired of tUrkey,
and chteken as well, but this is one reci*****
that shouldn't he passed over.' You'll find
Breast of Chicken .Mornay an ideal economical way to serve guests & 'budget meal for
Sunday dinner. Layers of chicken, ham and
Canadian-made Swiss cheese are hidden under a Manfcet of ere'amy white sauce; then
|topped with crisp", crunchy buttered crumbs.'
./.Makes 6 Servings)
5 chicken breasts, halved (6 pieces)
V* cup (butter
2 tablespoons finely chopped onion
Vi cup floUr'
2 cups riiilk
V* tfiasp6on poultry seasoning,
'/ii teaspoon salt
M teiasp6on pepper
legg  :        .     .
V* cup light cream     <
6 slices cooked ham        ',
<J slices •Cariadian-roaaeprdceissed
,,(Swiss cheese. .' '      YY ' '
i cup Me dry bread crumbs
3 tabtbspootis butter, melted
, Cook chicken breasts and remove hones.
Preheat oven to 375*F. Melt butter In
heavy saucepan., SaUte onlbn Until lightly "
bnwncd, Blend lrt flour, ,poMtfy seitsonlng,
salt and pepper. Very gradually stir in
milk. Cook oV-ir medfutri h^t, stirring constantly until smoritliiy thlttcticd. Beat egg
with cream, and stir into hot sauce. Cook,
stirring constantly a few minutes iongcr.
In hroad', shtflloW DiKlng' dish Uyet'Wtfen,
ham and checs«; Cover with sauac. Combine (bread crumbs and (triclted (butter and
sprinkle over top of ca^efolc. Bake in preheated oven 20 to Hi minutes,
Don't mix drtigs
TAKING some drUgs with; other dnigs
without your doctor's approval fa extremely dangerous,* fiafys the federal health
department publication, "Drugs—Handle '
with Cant'."
For Inistance, some driigs rriay intensify the notion of other drugs, an occurs
when barbiturates and Rome analgesics
are ta1cen olmultaneously, Alcohdl also
may Intonslfy tho effectif'of some types of
DruRf* with similar effects riiay result
In overdoMgo If taken together. On the
other hand, <lrugfl with Opposite effects
riiay work ngainst each other.
"Drugs—Handle with Caro" Is available
free of charge'from"your provincial or"
federal health department.
Prevent food spoilage
THE FEDERAL health departmi.nt reminds you not to prepare sandwiches,
picnic dishes, or buffet luncheons, more
than four hours before they will be eaten,
unless yon r^frl^rafe the ftkidi. fjiH In
to prevent food poisoning caused by certain bacteria that grow Ih foods If the
foods arc kept wrtrm enriUgh and contain
enough moisture.
Paj*«? ihftt rcttdet , , . make Mm tm
like isomeone . . , then see how fast he
hU« ■ thai ■ page.
* ^j,^* pl-^0'. ?■**< ^**f*..w™n*. '7 "'  Page A*x4-  ^^Vv^^-f^y*^  * ��, - .��� <*,". -; "���.'���"' y; *"-" r.- y^y. <*' ��� .v ' *���...  I    "���* *.    ." ' v ' '       .        *. * 1  7- *��� ' ���" v*******^**^  '"The Peninsula TimearT" Wednesday; July, 2,\969  Sunshine Coast Sports     y  "' -'       ,Y f       -   ' ' ' '    ''  ' ' ;  MEN'S SOFTBALL '        ' .'' J"of: the year for Wilson* Creek putting  SUNDAY, June 22, Lee McGee struck out   "them in a tie for first-place with Gibsons  '-. ��J 9, and allowed only 3 hits as Port Mel-    Firemen who lost to the* Eagles last week. ,  Mori shutout Peninsula. Hotel, 2-0.   Port-,      The game between Port Mellon and  Mellon only got 4 hits off the Pen. Hotel.'. Roberts Creek "was cancelled,  pitcher Freeman Reynolds, but managed "      __.. _ t p&rnp PT AvaFF      - ,  to,put them together to score both their    "^^^^TTudden death  runs in the third.      .      , - playoff game held at'Brothers Park, Wil-  -     Gibsons Shakers scored 6 runs m the    Sfm Creek orieles eliminated Gibsons Fire-  Jourth and went on to outscore Hydro    men by a s^^ 0f 13 to 6 to win the Se-  17 to 7. Wayne Skinner was the winning-   ^^j. peninsula Little League pennant,  pitcher for the Shakers.   Theot&y home NickerSon went the distance fTr  run of the game was by Don Clark. WUson Cr&^ striking out ^ walking ,4  .. RCMP edged Wilson Creek 6-4 with ^nd giving Up only 5 hits. He ran into  Henry Weibe going for the RCMP against ^o^ie -m only <,ne inning as he gave up  Jim-Hall for Wilson Creek. Henry struck ^^ of the j^ ^d 2 walks to allow  out 12 and walked only 2, while Jim\ -4he Firemen to score their 6 runs in the  struck out 5 and walked 3. Each pitcher - second inning. After the second he set-  gave up 0 hits --tied down and allowed only 3 runners to  SIREN ENDS GAME     * Set P3^ first base*  Tuesday, June 24, the game between "'   , Kelly Bodnarek was the leading scorer  Gibsons Firemen and Shakers being play- - for Wilson Creek, although credited with  -  ed at Brothers Park was cut short when    only one bit, in 5 trips to the plate, Kelly  the fire siren went and may be replayed ' jscored 4 runs, followed closely by Scott  later. -Rodway, who got a pair of doubles and  *      As expected, the game between RCMP SCOTr^d 3 rJII*s*                   ...     M _ mBB  and PortMelkm was a real pitched duel '     The only home run of the game was  with RCMP taking it. 2 - L               - hit by Bru�� Gibson, a three-run homer  "           ������ ..     T_   ,       _-,,_-  j _. m the top of the seventh.  -Henry Weibe struck out 15 and gave - -.     pat Gaines; going 5 innings for the  up. only 4 hits ro getting the win, while ,Filttnen> had a littie control problem but  Lee McGee struck out 9 and^gave up orfly pitched a good game> striking out 9 batters  1 hit for Port Mellott Port Mellon scored *nd onl   ^nning into trouble in the 6th  earlyasthey went ahead 1-0 m the sec- when he gave up 4 ^^ before B_ll_e  ond when Denny.Carrol beat outa&ird .sluic came in to gtxike out-the last 2  strike and scored on a double by McGee. .Ratters  .The score stayed that way till thie bottom of the seventh when Weibe walked . COMING GAMES   -  arid Neil Ran^ome laid down a bunt. The . .MEN'S SOFTBALL                        >  throw to second, to force Weibe, was wild ,       Hydro play Pen Hotel at Wilson Creek  and it was game over' as both runners on July 3. Firemen visit Roberts Creek,  scored. ' and Shakers travel to Port Mellon. These  games will conclude the sof tball schedule.  SHUTOUT Playoff games will  be announced next  Thursday, June 26, Port Mellon blank- week.  e'd Hydro 6-0 as Denny Carrol struck  out 8, walked none and Allowed only 2 ..nDe Af.niit  hits to get the win, while Randy Page .."**���"= MBUU'  gave up just 4 hits in suffering the loss. '��   Department letter  Three of the hits were to Don McNeil *    -                           ���from page A-l  who went 3 for 3, with a triple, a single    ., .   ,     . .    , ..  ������. ���,���-.a*  and a home run.                                    e the proposed development of these lands  Alex Skytte, making his first start for fo.r g"vel ?"5���i 1?7EM? SS  Pen Hotel this year, *Jve up only 2 hits *.lsh to co?tact ^e Board to obtam their  in six innings to bury Roberts Creek 23    vie^ OI\the matter* . ... p  fev^wSiS C<>ming ^ ^ ^ o^��^oH^i��tk  ^SnTacr^thi-game's only home ^avel and representatives of this corn-  run, while Bob Crosby was the most con- P^nj had been expected to meet Chamber  sistent batter eoimr 5 for 6 members in order to clarify the situation  1-^-V7���t off % ^Lie..��. fr��m wii      and shed a little light on their plans.  Secheit took a 0 - 5 decision from Wil-    TT _,      i_t-.--i-.tp-u t_-������~i,  son Creek, with Carl Kohuck getting the How^'f ^"J61" ?resid?nt ^n? ^^  wirL &       & received the following cable stating:  Secheit won it in the sixth as Mike ,   II is ^th regret tot representative  Johnston singled, sidle to third and scored boxn.our. hr^Ja^i K?^     ,     .?  on a fly ball by Frankie Joe. -meetmf m Secheit tonight due to other  commitments.   I  think it  is  imperative  SOFTBALL STANDINGS -that we explain to the people of Secheit at  W    L   T Pts. this time that our, proposed Gravel Opera-  Port Mellon '. 11     3   ,0    22 tion in the Secheit Area is not really suf-  Sechelt       11     3     0     22 ficiently advanced, insofar, as final Engi-  RCMP       11     4    0    22 neering details are concerned for us to  Peninsula Hotel     11     4     0    22 -.provide a proper outline to the Secheit  Wilson Creek       7     8     0     14 * Residents at this time.  Hydro  ...,  ���      4   11     1      9 Two Companies are involved in the  Firemen   3 9 17 development of a Gravel Plant and Load-  Shakers           3   10     0      6 ing facilities in the  Secheit - Trail Bay  Roberts Creek       2   12     0      4 .Area.  These are Construction Aggregates  pvtrreTTTrtM _- n ��_*t. -k^-' and our Company, Secheit Sand and  J??   ���  ^    ir5?      , Gravel Ltd., who have inform-..ly agreed,  Babe Ruth: Sunday, June 22. Playing at this timej to attempt to combine their  at Brothers Park, Sunny Crest Center took Operation into one in the construction of  a double header from Squamish 3 - 2 and facilities jn the Secheit - Trail Bay Area.  6-5. Carl Swanson coming in m relief of Indications are that the construction of  Jimmy  Varey,  got  the  first  wm  while loading facilities and Plant, etc., in this  Gary Davies won the second with some area> wiU not commence for at least  a  relief help, again from Carl. year   Qur Company, however, is contem-  In Junior Babe Ruth league action this plating the commencement of operation in  week. Legion 140 was eleminated in ,the the Porpoise Bay Area in the latter part  F'a^^,asJ^ey dr��PPed a ,9-6 decision of m9- These plans are also not final-  to B&M Th>s was a very close game all ized> ,and it would be premature to dis-  ^e way with Robert Solnick pitching a. ciose any contemplated plans to the Se-  7 hitter for Legion 140. chelt residents at this time.  LITTLE LEAGUE When final plans are made on both of  June   25,  Gibsons  Merchants  shaded thesc P��>Jecte. we will be pleased to make  Gibsons Kinsmen 13 to 12 with Tom ktan- a11 information- available so that the resi-  way pitching in relief, getting the win as dents of Secheit will be completely in-  he scored the winning run himself in the termed,                                       i  bottom of the 6th on a single by Kerry s* B* SLYM, President,  Bjornson. Secheit Sand & Graved Ltd.  FIRST PLACE TIE Do you realize that kids are buying  Residential    Eagles    downed    Wilson guitars at the rate of 35,000 a week,and  Creek Orieles 12 to 5 on the pitching of -learning to play them at the rate of 42  John Joseph.   This was the second loss a year?                   *  Miscellaneous shower honours bride-to-be  ON SATURDAY evening, - June 21, a miscellaneous   shower  .for   bride-to-be,.,  Marilyn Swanson, of Peachland,. formerly  of Secheit, -was held at the home of Mrs.  p. MuUlen, co-hosted by Mrs. D: Caldwell.  Upon arrival, Marilyn was escorted to  a place,of honor beneath an arrangement  of bells and balloons, Mrs. Caldwell presented Mrs. H. Swanson with a corsage,  and Mrs. Mullen presented Marilyn with  one of white carnations. The mother of  the groom-to-be, Mrs. A. Oltmanns, was  unable to attend.   -  Many lovely and useful gifts were presented in a "White Truck,"1 representing  the Company for which Mari'iyn' works.  , Added novelty was the silvered welder's helmet (the groom-to-be's occupation),  which became the bridal chapeau for the  evening, covered in ribbons and bows,  Guests who enjoyed games and refreshments were:   Mesdames Peggy   Le  Warne, Phyllis Gurney, Edith Montgonv  and Sharon Ellis. . *������.... ' " YY"  ery, Shirley Fearnley, Dorothy Stockwell,  ���Harriet * Newton, Nancy .Jaeger,' Gladys  - Parrish, - Donalda Sigouin, andF Alice Bil-  lingsley; and Misses .Cheryl Billingsley,  Janice and Jeri Mullen.  Other -guests not able to attend but  who sent gifts' were: Misses Linda Hansen, Penny Caldwell, Barbara and Janice  Jaeger; and'Mesdames Gail Lewis, Vivian'  Reeves, Len Swanson and Trudy, Kay  Nelson, Wendy Steele, Charlotte Jackson,  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID 6 TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  .   Sunday School-^ 10;00 o.m.-  Church Servico ��� 11.15 o.m.  PHONE 835-9665  All Welcome  .BMP-  Over clothes dryer: "End Ahe hang-up."  is bad now, and I just can't afford to give  ,you a raise."  '. "But I'm doing three men's work, and  I always have," retorted the disgruntled  employee.        , -  , "Three men's work!" exploded the boss.  "Tell me who the other two men1 are, and  I'll fire them!"  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S - SECHELT  9:30 am.���Every Sunday  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE -'REDROOFFS  11 a.m. July 13, 27, August 10, 24  SAINT AAARY'S - GARDEN BAY  11:30 a.m. July 6, August 3  30 p.m. July 20, August 17  Phone 885-9^73 or 885-9440  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)   -  Sunday School 10:00 o.m,  Church Service 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV, S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road ond Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Hlghwey)  @  �����.*_  o   ���   e  sake You  e^Jii  ft*.  *1  8SS-SS54  High Award  'Presented with her first class,badge  -in Guiding at a special ceremony last  week thiMeen-year-old Janice Mullen  was highly commended by District  Commissioner Dorothy Stockwell, for  Janice is.fhe first Guide iri the 1st Secheit Company to achieve this award  during the past 15 years. Janice, who  has served two years in the 1st Secheit Brownie Pack and two, years  with .Guides js the daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. P. Mullen of Secheit, *  MORE ABOUT ...  o Gravel operations   .  ���from page A-l  to present rtheir plans, then the Board, will  he in a position to endorse or reject. On  ���the other hand, if the government should  give the go-ahead, there is nothing the  Board can do. >  Mrs. Mary Gross suggested that it  might therefore be advisable to protest -  the plans before they are actually put into  operation. Director Gilker asked,' "On  what grounds would you protest?" Mr.  Gross replied, "Simply on gravel mining  in the area."  Director Harvey Hubbs said he agrees  with the complainants and stressed the  fact that a protest could be registered  now. He said he understands about' nine  people will be employed. "They will be  putting little into the area but taking a  lot out." He added,' "If we wait.' until  they are ready 'to start it might weU'prove  to be .too late."  Hubbs also stated >he had been approached by local Doctors who are concerned regarding prbxirnity of the operation to the' hospital.' Hev said he had also';  seen the Brittania Beach 'gravel operation  and was not impressed.  Acting Board Chairman Frank,West  said that he too had been to Brittania  Beach recently and did not like it. "The  conveyor system is no joy to anyone living near it," he cornm'ented. ;  Final word from the Board was that a  letter be forwarded to Mr. S. B. Slym,  Vice-President of the Company, expressing concern at lack of information, notifying him of the strong;protests and^seeking  clarification1 on points,'raised.  Chairman West'; told the deputation  "public well being1 is main concern of this  Board and I assure 'you, if we find the  proposals are any ��� disadvantage to the  area, then we will certainly oppose them."  Walter Satoty says,  "Keop air-Inflated toys  out of the water. Play  with them On the beach  where they belong."  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  UNSHINE  COAST  ERVICE LTD.  AUTO GLASS  REPLACEMENT  A SPECIALTY  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons-Village  Experts ot cuts, coiffs and colour  Custom Perms ��� Phone 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furniture Recovery a Specialty  Fine line of fabrics.  Samples brought to home.  HAL AND MAY AUB1N  *  Tel. 885-9575 - Dovis Bay  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists ,  ' R. Birkin, Beach Ape., Roberts Creek  .   Phone 886-2551  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Richter Block  Se.cl.el-, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ������ SHAPING  9 a.m. to S p.m. Tuesday-Saturday  %*���������*������  OUR HATS ARC OFF  I ,'   T��.'    ���  DR. ERIC PAETKAU      |  AND 1  ALL THE MEMBERS       )  OF HIS !  COMMITTEE  FOR THEIR  FNDEAVOURS  ON BEHALE  OF THE  SUNSHINE COAST  RECREATION CENTRE.  1  WE SINCERELY FEEL  THIS PROJECT  WARRANTS YOUR  SUPPORT.  SECHITiGEIClBLP.  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free Ustinov' specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that space Is limited and some advance dotes may  have to wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder" llstlno only and  cannot always cany full details. ...,,.-,...  July>���10 a.m. St. Hllda's"Hall,'/^cheit.'.'T6PS''mcctinij;''''''  July 2-3-r-l 1 a,m.-2 p.m. Takohaihl residence behind Credit Union,  Scchclt, swim class registration.  July 3*���8 p.m. Elphinstone Auditorium Brno Chechoslovakian Children's  Choir, First visit to Canada. ���[���'���  July 5���2-4 p.m. St. Hilda's A.C.W. Garden Party & Boko Sale In  grounds of Jocqucs Antique Shop, Secheit.,  July 6���2 p.m. Indian Idle Morlna, Pender Harbour. Final weigh-in of  Hosp. Aux. Fishing Derby. j  July 6���2 p.m. Secheit Garden Club tour of Mr. and Mrs. Fronk Rood's  garden, West Scchclt. ,.'���,���'���  ASK FOR -TRIE CATALOGUE OF PROPIRTY  Muttiplo Lifting Servico  ' Vancouver Reol Estota  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  n  AGENCIES LTD.  k  Scchcft 885-2161  24 HOURS  Gibsons 886-7015  ^-"Hr-W. *���^.tf*-*..--*-- ������ -B_.,-._*____3i.-__-  ttomm  mmmmmmm  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Lines,  Canada's No. 1 Movers ,  Phono 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  CANADIAN CONSTRUCTION  ���'."���"'   SERVICES  Dry-VVall Taping, Spray-Tex Ceilings  (Any Color)  Anywhere on the Sunshine Coast  Call Burnaby- 526-6908  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.  McPMEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Commercial  Industrial Wiring ,  Electric Heating Specialists  Gibsons 886-9689  Serving Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  EXCAVATIONS       ' '  Foundations - trees removed  Clearing and Road Building -  Gravel, Navvy & Fill  A. SIMPKINS���885-2132  BRICKLAYING   ^READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phono 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  ., RENOVATIONS.- CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Box 14, Sechclt, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  COAST SEWER SERVICES LTD.  Baekhoe and Truck Rentals  Fill for sale  Phono 883-2274  Box 89, Madeira Parft, B.C.    _  .   COLLISION REPAIRS ,  24 HOUR TOWING���886-2811'  Latest Equipment for  FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek, B.C. - 885-9466  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles 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 poyment - Bank Interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Secheit  ..         - 1   ���    '     , ���    ���   . ���  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE 81 ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Avo.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  Beriiina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Servico  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies .'885-9740  At tho Sign of the Chevron ,  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ~���Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive ond Marine Repairs  Standard Marino Station 1  Phono 886-7721       Res. 086-9956, 006-9326  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Parts & Marine Service  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyok, Springbok,  K & C Thermoglass  Ford Marine Engines  & Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer   Phone 883-2266  MACK'S NURSERY  Sunshino Coast Highway,!  Roberts 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 - Secheit, B.C.  PLUMBING CONTRACTING  SEPTIC TANKS - REPAIR WORK  GEORGE FAWKES  Tel: 885-2100  R.R. 1, Secheit, B.C.  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS   Phone 885-9713   BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  Scows ���- Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L HIGGS   Phone 885-9425   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  ^'������������''^itoB^EE "������'"'���''������^:';Y'',;:  GRAVEL & EXCAVATING  Madeira Park B.C.  Tel: 883-2412 or 883-2265  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C* Land Surveyors  Whitaker Block - Davis Bay  R.R. 1 Secheit, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  S  t:  if,  B  ���.���.p.'-  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons ,, ,  Plumbing - Pipefitting >  Stcamfitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  SfCMELT, B.C.  WHITE SEWING MACHINES  Full lino of Simplicity Pal tern*.  Selected .obrics., drapery and leatherette.  Tola 885-9345  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Stock and Mado to Measure  Heodquortcrs for G.W.G. Work Clothes  Stanfield - Arrow - McGregor  Currlo - Pioneer Clothes  JEWELRY - TIMEX WATCHES  ���.  WATCH REPAIRS   ;,.���....,.,..  1S85 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 to anywhere In Canada.  General Freight. Low.bcd and heavy hauling.  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICES LTD.  Esso Marine Gibsons  EVINRUDE SALES & SERVICE  Repair and overhaul to all mokes  Tel: 886-7411 or 886-2891  PENINSULA DRIVING SCHOOL  DUAL CONTROLLED CARS  REASONABLE RATES  SPECIAL STUDENT RATE  SerrIng Port Mellon to Halfmoon Bay  Phono 806-2401  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Sethtlt to Pender Harbour  Phono 883-2426  R.R. 1 Madeira Perk, B.C  SECHELT  GARDEN  HOP  A COMPLETE SELECTION  for all your garden and patio needs.  SECHELT GARDEN SHOP  Cowrie Street - 885-9711  A,.  t��  .  Ft1**,   -rtt  uBfrflH H*f_, t-ffi*.^-     ��#.*     (Otpj* KH*f.  ^  f* i^rm..^h*^yf^f^fti 1  .   .fH��h iPfc (   _*   -fev ^)  h #h   -f*   *\>J* * Y"?f|��w*||w^i|pp|>��^^^ isyiysy-.Ms��i  Iii iSI  Sl;ffS:i:-S   . iy|gf  .iV..i-  Hi  ss.Y Y_.Y: vYS��s  :. MY. Y^YynSIiS  yyyt.i$lt  '���'!���; :o. .  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'.      .  -^-f rom the Legislature, Victoria  : * *  ^jVITH .SUMMER   coming   in   and -ihe  weather getting hotter, many of you  will be turning your thoughts to the holiday season. . >  This year there should be an even  greater influx of tourists, and with the  extra ferries on -the Comox-Powell River  run and the Jervis Inlet run, many more  people will have an opportunity to visit  our area. - ',  < The up-coming new Texada Ferry, the  "Texada Queen" will bring more people  to Texada IsFand.  \ Our government has been active in  developing the natural*resources of, the  province for the benefit of our citizen-  provide ��.firm base' for an industry that  makes its way in the .international market place.' - ., .."...,  , .Year by -year,- over the .past .decade,  the value of our mineral, production has  Page A-6 The Peninsula* Times  Wednesday, July 2, 1969 ,  wood timber comprises over Half of! tiie  Canadian total, with our standing timb^*  has been impressive. This is largely a result of'new technological advances in exploration and mining, better transportation, and rapidly growing markets. This  all adds up to a growing and important  industry that poured cSose to $400 million  into our provincial economy last year.  Among ,our own citizens, population  growth has paralleled British Columbia's  economic expansion, and since 1960, British Columbia has recorded the highest  population growth rate in Canada. Our  labor force has also recorded the fastest  growth in Canada during the '60s.  Total  PT?h��*t^^w^lfl^irWi_�� WritSS^IZ    Personal.income has increased by approxi-  and the tourists who flock to British Co-   ���     teJ   80 ^ h   same period.  lumbia year after year. Many of the hoh- Throughout the 1960's our forest indus-  daymakers seek outdoor -activities,   and " ������-_��� ��-��__->  steadily-increased: In fact; the expansion    eauatlmg approximately one-quarter-of  of out mining industry in recent years    ��e Nprth American inventory.       -      .'  In recent years, many outstanding new ,  With all the reinforcements that chipped in to help the nurses tackle  RCMP in softball challenge game last  week, it is no wonder team looks so  confident.   Who was the team who  Confident Team  looked slightly dishevelled after the  game ��� well it wasn't the nurses.  From left, back row are* Cita and  Kjeld Hansen, Margo Bruyneel, Hen  ry and Judy Wiebe, Jan McMeckan,  Jess   MacDonald.    Front:   Daphne*  Paul, Barbara McCtadach, Rhonda  Beazley, Dianno Ono and Roni Wood.  -it* i  ����.��.      j  ti  ^  ���v  /-"  :>_  \:  the recreational facilities offered by some  7��_ million acres of provincial and national parks are virtually unlimited. Roadside picnic and camp sites are located  along scenic main highways. Marine  parks are also being provided in increasing numbers.  We have excellent sport fishing and  boating in our numerous lakes and rivers,  as well as in the Pacific Ocean. The variety of game is the greatest in North America.  To many tourists, however, the attraction is more the agreeable way of life and'~  many of the forthcoming summer festivals  provide great attractions for visitors.  Virtually 93 per cent of our forest land  is owned or administered by your provincial government. Our forest management  policies in British Columbia are guided by  the principle of sustained yield, which dictates that timber depletion shall not exceed the forests' ability .to reproduce sound  wood. ' -  At the present, British Columbia produces 77 per cent of all lumber manufactured in Canada, 82 per cent of the plywood, 25 per cent of the pulp and 14 per  cent of the paper.  Recently, there has been a tremendous  expansion in the pulp and paper industry  with emphasis upon the construction of  new Kraft pulp facilities. During the 1965  to 1968 period, four mills came on line in  the interior and two on the coast. Currently one coastal and one interior mill are  under construction.  Foreign investment has played a prominent role in the pulp industry expansion.  British, American, German, Swedish, Finnish, Japanese, and Danish capital and  technological and marketing know-how  have combined with Canadian capital to  try production and expansion has been  the mainstay of the growth of British  Columbia's' economy. Wood industries,  particularly sawmills, have historically  been the most important segment of the  forest economy. However, since 1960, the  greatest relative gains have been recorded  in the pulp and paper sector.  Forest land covers approximately 60  per cent of our province's land area. Of  this forest cover, 118 million acres are  bearing commercial forest with a sustained yield potential of over 3,500 million  cubic feet per year.   -  Our merchantable softwood and hard-  properties have been developed in the  province. Those that are in production ai*e  indicative of the new expansionary phasfe  of the industry in British Columbia.      j/  Exploration continues to be widespread  throughout the province with most of the  exploration directed toward copper and  molybdenum, and work is being done,on  many silver-lead-zinc properties in -various parts of the province. ;  -With the continued interest in exploration plus the success of new mines being  brought into production, there is no doubt  that mining in British Columbia will continue to expand.                                       *���  Continued growth of capital investment  over the past few years has been one of  the major factors responsible for the  favorable growth rate of the economy.  The building of homes by individuals, factories and office buildings by business,  and schools, roads and dams by govern*-  ments, represents an investment for fu_  ture production and consumption. Capital  investment is also one of the most important indicators of economic activity.  First assay what you have to say . .;".  then you will say it with the utmost refinement. ?'  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  The11969 tax notices for this Village hove been mailed. The last day for  payment to avoid the 10 percent penalty is July 7, 1969.  Owners who pay their taxes through a mortgage company should sign the  Home-owner grant application if eligible, and forward their notice to the company  without delay.  Any property owner who has not received a notice is requested to phone  the Municipal Office���886-2543.  r DAVID JOHNSTON  June 13,, 1969 Municipal Clerk  New Style  Softball played Scottish style is dem- game with ROMP. .Not long out from  onstrated  by  St..  Mary's   Hospital Scotland, Miss IVIacDonald's batting  nurse Jess MacDonald pictured was one of the highlights of the game,  reaching for a wide one in challenge  /  /'  ���ri'  ,;�����-���  7>  Jt   - \  #''p*\.*  U  Y  \  ���.-*- �����������-  t  .     �����.  ,\  1           f  .    *���***  1  1  f .  .   '   ���  1                         1  ���v.  1  Yr  ���'*' *,-*���  r.t  '   .ti  ^ St   ������������-   ^S^=5==LAX_��i    *--*J*-|,     .<*'���"��� _  ',  ���**��� I_'���*.* *������'-- ^i.^*.yY-.���-"- -   - /,-  *'  ^*!'        ���*���*,'   .�� - .'#>51'*. ���   X *>-    Y  ,rf  ,w       - ,   : ���- ���       ii*    **."*?��*>'*)     f./p*-  '" '  .   \f   >   -.������     i/'J-      -   -     y*<-v:v-  't -��� ���     . ..*V' ' > ���-���.'    * ...'-���' -  **    *'*"���!.'        ' J   ��, -,    _���*-   '��������        ���     *     - .     ^      /  i  *������.'- T     * '      ���. ���   > ���     .       ]  .*        ��� ^ 1  ���     *"���**. '"s 1 . -        V,  : li - i_ -a ^.  ���*,  . ���  MRS., JEAN Wood of Burnaby Bpcnt a few  days with her parents Mr. and Mrs.  Lloyd Turner.  Guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs.  Gordon Potts were Mrs. J. Gilroy nnd  Mrs. J. Aitkcn of Duncan. Gordon and  1-Kiura celebrated their wedding anniversary wht*n their families and guests Joined  them at dinner. Daughter, Alice was home  for a ..brief., visit. ,   Y. . ..-..���... Y   Mr. and Mrs. C, Gordon have had Mrs.  Jack Cumming visiting them.  Mrs. Bob Normlnton is in Toronto vik-  itinK her son-in-law and daughter Mr.  and Mr.s. Bourgois and their two duugh-  On the Run  Under close supervision of Henry  Wiebe and Orv. Underhill, Barry Roth  of RCMPlmakes it to first base; tlie  other pair of feet on first base belong  to nurse Judy Wiebe, impatiently  waiting for the ball in funniest game  of the season played art Hackett Park  last Wednesday.  Y, ' '������''.'!'���' Support  Out for practice last Wednesday, fire- hind firetruck for revenge? ��� well,  men decided game betweer| nurses whoever he was, the firemen meted  and RCMP was getting dangerously -put proper justice, much to spec-  hot and cooled down third base with ta'tors' delight,  slight spray but who sneaked up be-  J OOP'S  DRYGOOD^  CHILDREN m�� mWPMTS  WEAR  LADIES' -SPORTS WEAR  Phono 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  CO  E IN AMD GET ACQUAINTED  with  IVUytSH and JEAN NESS  PHONE 883-2411  ��� tors.  '      *  News of "TOPS." the keep fit gixnip,  two ladies have reached their goal, and  two  have ��)me to  the half-way  mark,  ' Congnvtulntions girls.  Congratulations to the Leo Johnsons on  the arrival of their first grandchild, *a w.n,  Kevin, 'born to Carulcc and John Arcndt,  on June 22.  SS2  M-ffiggaaaagg  Si_aa!Bag!iB-_Ki^^  !  SCIIDli BLICITOP If P.  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Brought to you by  these progressive  places of business  HONEY MAKES THE FLAVOR DIFFERENCE  Try w.mo honey-flavor treats on your family this. week. There aro to many way.  lo use honey you con fit Into every meal of tho day ond still havo wme left over lor  snack.! At hrcaklast lime liquid honey can bo drl-alcd over cereal or hot buttery  waffles, or mixed with butter and cinnamon and used a% a iprcad on hot too.t. Lunch  time at homo or t-chool can feature honey as Ihe added flavor to baked beam or it  con bo teamed with peanut butter for o &andwicfi filling. You might bake &omo "Honey  Fruit Bars" or "Honey Rocks" for lunch or snack time. Foods baked with honey stay  lrcj.1. lanocr. Sweeten a milkshake- with honey. At dinner, honi-y can aiara Iho !>aked  ham, roast chicken or vegetables, or sweeten Ihe fruit dessert. Try topping a hall grapefruit with honey then placo II 3 or A Inches below the broiler and leave It till lightly  browned. Serve It while Mill hot. When the youno'i/ns orrlvc homo with their frlends.  makc some lemonade/ sweeten It with honey ond serve )l hot or cold; The senior  members ol tho family miflht try somo honey in their teo or collco. Tho taste of honey  Is Indeed a pleasant one.  BENHER BROS.  Furnishings and      ,  , .' Appliances  ' .,   v  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phono 885-2058   -    Scchclt, B.C.  Peninsula Plumbing  Ltd.  HEATING & SUPPLIES  Your Kemtono  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phono 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  rzmsamtsBsm  _u_li_!_l__  Vi cup Initter  Vi cup (Jwrlcnlnfl  1 cup liquid honey  2 cup. rolled oats  1 % cups raiiirts  2 tupi tilted all-purpose flour  HONEY ROCKS  I leaHXX>n baking powder  Vi teaspoon tolt  1 teosixxm w>lf��  \ I teo.fxwn cinnamon   :  2 tob'cspour��4 milk  Cream butter and .bortrnlng, gradually blend In honey, Add rollrtl oots and  raisins. Sill dry ingredients and stir alternately with milk. I3lei|d thornu(jl.ly ond  drop |jy teaspoons, two Inchci opart on lightly Qreased cookie sheet. Doke |0 to 12  minutes at 373* F. Makes about 5 dozen cookies.  W/iere  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers aro  found at . . ,  ff-felene's  Fcsshiom Shoppe  Gibsons B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  AS LOW AS  2��c A OAT  WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL FURNACE  Complete   with   oil   burner,   ducts  work and oil  tank  in your home  Call   Duel   Kicwitz  your Shell  Oil  Distributor,  886-2133 Gibsons, B.C.  S��^UiS>llSSSSK3  5S����eBi3*ai!istti��i_&#^  '4  ?*  ���_w  i'  .-*  it��,Ba* <#,   #,     ^p  ,*   ���v ^t^^^  ��,. ,.! j I -l _ i T_ , -- . J _, 1. I _ "*���      - _. I At_'1 f ..It  51  *.        I  ���**���'   ��    ***  *���.���*-  ...  "5.     is  ��� *���__  . *_,  ��**    V  *.  -  -  A  J.  - **���  ���    .  **S* ; k. ���  *>    ,   ���  lb'  '^  'Y.f .,.*���>���  s  p  -_  S-Tf  \u-  *)<!  *���    *  _���  ���S.  -^.*  ff' *���*"���  *" i  ��� ,          ��   v>v  *  '*    /*\    .*  * * J  **?  �� "���    >  t ?s.  .(* _  ���r     _.     *  _r                b *  A."      *    ^    *  V  _��� *  *-F>  'I   J     il  F       .        ,      / -,  .*���. ...    v    ^v.yF-..v. .. >,.-**   F- I   -f. af^^.j, .  r - .* *  Y'   j ��C,  ENlNSULft  Section B  Wednesdoy, July 2, 1969  <  %  -4^  ��S  ^f^T^*-  Winner"  '.*.  Secheit Garden Club member, Mrs.   of Montreal tray presented by Mr.  Gordon Reeves  has been -working , E, -W. Booth and the E. S. Clayton  hard at her favorite hobby and this ' and Sons "trophy for indoor plants,  year won the gtand aggregate, Bank ',"-"'   "  /  f*  %  1    J  . ii��>  .Jl  -   % ���*  'I  * *-. ** ..-  :������*-  *v  v  it*"  * r  _  ���__*��  _���  _p  * s��  c*^8*  ^'.-  .-^  .      /���'  r'  _,  '1 .  .^"  *  r-'-j-*  ���IT'  y  &  v��'-.  "'v  .��-/"  k*  *,  l-i  ���.*-*_.  V   . -  fc  ���������  -1.  -i   ��� *  rf>  -  . ��  *    �����  i  '*���."  .  ���  '   ��Jni  *;. ���  * ������������  *<. >. ���  ^-*  ->_ ���  .  .-  /  \:--  ��� '   - Junior Gardeners  Winner in the Children's Dish Garden I is keen from little sister Joanne and  competition at Secheit Garden Club's ' also from John, Moira ahd Susan  Flower Show, Edward Sigouhr holds ,' Sutherland, coming close behind with  tightly to his trophy for competition1   second, third and highly commended.  Annual event ... .   r  Garden Club >Plower show.  " if*:..' ' i  attracted. many entrants  'A  ALL THE summer beauty of Seehelt Gar- . hibited a superb array o�� floral-arrange-  -   den Club members attractive gardens *, ments and plants but declined to accept  ivas condensed into one 'fragrant tJisplay    -trophies this year. ' ������'"'  for the P-owerShow held.last Saturday f     Children's- dish garden 'seetion'received  in St. Hilda's Church Hail. '.'';.'    ;    ��� "^uy entries and - Edward 'Sigoum who ,'  'This year the.grand' aggregate'was / was second last year moved intofiratplace ,  won by Mrs. Goidon Reeves who received    winning the Junior Trophy. ~ dying Ed- .  the Bank of Montreal-silver tray present-    "*** k^en competition' was the** Sutured by Manager Mr.' Ernie Booth.   Mrs.  ��� }aa��- family, with John coming' sed)nd,  Reeves also won the E.S. Clayton and , M01^ third, and Susan winning ^highly ���  Sons trophy with the highest number of , corranended ribbon,  points in the potted plant section. .   J Pe door Vime, a patio planter present- .  Mrs; Janet Allen received the Secheit -: ��}**!*- ^avehDo^g 0*^* &*den '  Garden  Club  trophy  with  the  highest ' ^ZJE?   y- IfT^ ��"* Y '  number of points in the cut floweTand  - "J ^L^l^'^^ and CBgB  ' ' floral apraneomont  KPction Was WOn by Junmy Smith  ���>        Zl   Tt,   ^       -,n     *     a, -        ,     The Garden C1��b W^hes to express   > 1    ���. The Allen Memoria^Cup for Afncai ) thanks t0 m, Jack Redn^n for donating  Gordon Timo X6*8 ���* ���n *?y ^s; ��irear^ Pe ' refreshments; Mr. Dick Clayton of Shop-  * ,       , -OardenTime     ��� S31!^l^ .Coppmg Motors'Trophy for    E^y for presenting the E. S. Clayton and  Floral clock in tile novelty arrange-   Seaweed hands were /centered- by iiie best tianumg basket went io Mr. Gun- * s^ trophy and to Mr. Biu Copping for  merit won Mrs. Nancy Read first prize   poppy seed-box head; pink roses and nax Hanson.      _ . the Copping Motors Trophy. Also to Mr.  '/I  Starring Peter O'Toole, George C. Scott and John Huston  Technicolor - Cinemascope - Cartoon  Starts 8:00 p.m. Out 10:40 p.m.  INCREASED ADMISSIONS  FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY, JULY 4th, 5th and 7*h  i *     , ��� I,  UPtT WEEK: HO^IEO & JULIET  w������^^  i  ALL, LAPSES' ,^ BA1MMQ SUITS  i^ow tedueeel - 10% off  is'  1  *.  k  *��  11  in Secheit Garden Club's Flower . \yliite flowers circled the face and a  Show. Tiny black flower seeds little garden with white picket fence  brought the white numbers in relief,   formed the base. \  Mrs. Robert Lemieux once again ex- \ Dave Doig for the beautiful planter prize.  J  'n  .lis  ���7t  I'.'iF'.  7t:  V?  Y  frj��*��f*P|W(    4��P   |W*    ..���<*    .  *mtmnmmimmmmmima*mn*smimmmirmmimi*mmmmmmi��mim*mm0mm*iwm0immmi^^  Special on Fishing Supplies  Herring, Minnow & Strip Teasers - %^a  Cowidtan Spoons ___j 1_  Pearl 6tow Wobblers _____  Herring Dodgers .__ ,__  Special.  Special     Special  : 30" WIOE  y    $34S.9S  * Deluxe Electric  * Plug' Out Elements  '*' Automatic Delay Bake and  HoldTimo  ''*  Rotisscrio  1 24" WIDE  ��� \y.      $220.95  * Deluxe Electric  ��  Infinite Heat Control.  * Chip Resistant  *. Perma View Window  * Preheat Oven Control  _?(  *t ���  I.-  Scchclt  Mlra  885-2171  Unfair practice * . * 1  Tdicpayers provide services  instead of land developers  PROVISION of adequate sewage disposal , whose tourist value is presently limi-less.  ^    systems should be enforced.oh land de-    Developers, says the report,  should, be  veltfpers  who-are  making  tremendous'- looking  ahead and considering  sewage  Y  &rppta#n the-WWetter-^oit^SCiife^of.^sy*-^ -this-area. .*-- - -        '������-    ' '-" ' ** j  ^X7&P**\6} H^th Voip stated Dr. 5(i    Dr, Kindree stated, "we-might as weU    |  \    ������ *$?*** \ r^rese"rinf; .S^uanush    have nothing, as present Pollution Control   *  Municipality at last week s Union Board    Board."  of Health meeting held in Gibsons. ������   Newly.' formed Squamisti - Lillooet Regional District has hirdd a planner but at  the present time, only control is through  the Hearth ;Unit and as Senior Health In- *  spector Peter Bell explained, ps long as  present provincial legislation on sewage  disposal can be met, no-one can stop sub-  dividers. Septic tanks are only; a temporary ihea?ui*t6; iarid 'some areas. won.t get  subdivision approval.-    !   ,      :\ ,'���,-.  ; Dr. Kindree commented thatiunfortun-  ately temporary measures cap bepome\per-  manent; at what point and what measures  can be taken to draw the line and enforce adequate sewage disposal on \devel-  opers? "We will be faced with resistance .f  from developers as a lot of moneir is involved," he said. Taxpayers will have to  provide tfyc scrvipes in the future, which ,  should be paid by developers, now, said  Kindree, , who illustrated profits being  made by quotirtg pricesona fully serviced  lot In the Whistler Mountain area selling  from $7,000 - $8,000,  Even with conditions perfect for a peptic tank, withiA -three years there will be  , seepage into tho lakes in the area, paid  Kindree.  Annual report of Coast - Garibaldi  Union Board of Health, which was approved at the meeting, also draws attention  to pollution  of  the  fresh water Jokes,  We Mow Carry Patterns For Your Sewing Selections  2000 Patterns To Choose From By BUTTER1CH.  V-niMlMnniPWPM-IIP-nPlPM-WPIPlllPM-M-MMWMlililllPl^^  !  ; i,  '������I  y\\  WALT OTGt-SEN  SALES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER in GIBSONS  On Iho Wharf - 886-9303  Quality Houmj ond Marino  Paint.  Gibsons Hardware  (A96-S)   Ltd.  Dealer for  MARSHALL WELLS  PAINTS  Bomocle Bills Marino Point  1556 Marino  GIBSONS 0062441  C & S SALES  ,  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  DEALER  In  Secheit - 885-9713  "Uek  ��  0#Wcr -  lon0cr"  'POST PAINTING'CLEAN-UP'  Post palntlnfl clcan-up h essential toy** the Canadian Point Manufacturers AwKiallon. Pruihcs used yvlth laton.or watcrrthlnnc<l paints thould  ho wo-licd in worm, K>9py yvafcr, Tiirpentlno or mineral 6plrit�� will quickly  remove rno.t oil baaed paints, enomeb ond .varnlthes, Stofo dried brushes in  cither a impended or flat position to keep tho brlitles atrolflhr. Cleaning  your bru*.hc& Immediately otter we will novo hours of work the next tlmo  you tct out to paint/   ,    ��� ��� ���  DRIP'TIP  Prcyent mpsiy paint drippings from collecting In the*rim ond trfcMntf  down tho iide* ol your point can by taking a lip frorrt the Canadian Point  Monufocturcr. Aisociation. Punch o scries of boles through tho rim with  a nail beforo .tartfng.  GLOWING SWITCH PLATES  Pointing wa" switch plates with luminous point makes them easy fo  !<xot��. In the dark ond Is a good sofcty'precaution riear stairs, rodlofors,  Utut lxm\ t:\c, Dc uiro to remove Iho plates lint, to prevent gcltina ony  point on the walls or around ony wires, Allow plenty of drying, time before  replacing them  B*. ��. .IIOUGLAS  Variety & Paints  Dealer for  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  in GIBSONS  Look - Better - Longer  Sunnycrctt Shopping Centra  886-2619  '-i*-'*Vjini--*'.*��JS,.*ffl *  ���-*���'. -a  .** ��� -��. --  ��� .'.-���v��-\. t :��� *;  * i   i. ���    j����  -  " 4   ,     it '��*'.^  '  -    ���������*>.���/  :<u.  r ' r  y y#**,��i*v-*>��  -_-.**���   . *  1 rf��,*  1   i*  - _ p'  4>  I����   . I  t  ��� .     ��  "a     -  -  .*     -  f * * .  **���  ���<���*��*  *    ��   -P  i       a_r  i- ��� --'_- ^ -  -. .*-���._���  V ,'*  ���.*��� '���*���'>  1 ��*  .1-  .  �� 1  . * * ���: i*  GULF,  0y��iding Sn.p-pE.ca  BAPCO PAINT  DEALER  In  SECHELT - 685-2283  Twin Creel Lumber & Building Suppl  YOUR GENERAL PAINTS DEALER  : Monamel ond Breeio Points  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY NIAR GI8SONS  SS&.3E0B  Parfcer's  Haniwaii�� Ltd,  Your Dealer for  SHERWIN  WILLIAMS  PAINTS  Stairi.T-C05.217.  It's oart of tho iob of all Workmen's maintained, They play an important    throughout Ihe provinco. In tho  Compensation Board safely role in tho-safcty education of course of those inspections. 25.900  inspectors to look for troublo-tho both labour and monaoomont.  kind that can becomo big troublo They'ro on the* sceno to help mako  lhat hurts. They're trained to keep a tho place you work safer. Lost  ' sharo lookout to mako cure WCB year WCB safety inspectors maclo  - ��� ..---..* more than 18,000 inspections of  all kinds of industrial operations  safety .regulations and first-aid  servico requirements aro met and  mrtwmu^mfrw^r&if***!^ ly**-,**-  tt ^n'Nft^^^^*^(i^^-|i'*-A^J-^i*^^-tm^wFWi,*f"��rf��  .mtt.^nyftt ����W��*��*^^^^^-^tt^-*<*|W1S��^^^  w*^��.    ^.B^.s^��l^|B").Bv��^.���"  instructions wore made to correct  hazardous conditions and to  improve first-aid facilities, And with  the co-operation of tho St. John  Ambulance 136 first-aid  "teach-ins" were held last year. In  that time, 2,047 first-aid students  mot tho high standards and qualified  ns industrial first-aid attendants.  B.C.'a labour force is protected  by a compensation plan second to  none pn the North American  continent���financed omirely by  employers. Tho WCB always  strives lo bo fair and impartial  in tho settling of claims and in  performing its other duties.  Tho WCB is glad to help.  uioRKmen^  compensaTion  BOaRDSSfflKS-J  CYmt. WHITE*. Chairman  4,y *-rV."i "g H^^S  -i y  _.#<  |e B-fcy ;y The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, J-_.y 2, 1969   ,  sc _  V5  V   'f'    *     ' fe       *   '  II'-  *, $--. .  ���*:*, -     IF1'-  I?1  *> ,_  -I*  .It  'll -  a*-  -I  I  I*.  I  J**  I  I  I  !_  .  t*  i  if  I*  I  [fdiificf Gibsons  * '^bjNESDAY, Jijne 26 at 6 p.m., at -the .  . . Christian Education Center, congregations honored Mrs. Cameron at a farewell  ,'pot-lii^k, dinner  when  over  100, people  sat,down to a very delicious repast.,  ''"', Among those at the head table-were  United Church Elders from Gibsons, Rob-'  , erts Creek and Wilson Creek. JSIlr. Mort  Mackay was <ihe 'able Master of Ceremonies. A beautiful vocal duet was rendered  , by Lucille .Mueller and Louise Hulme.  The Choir favored with two. lovely, numbers. -Hymns singing was enjoyed. An  ekquisite corsage was presented to Mrs.'  Cameron, tfhe Camerons were recipients  of *a purse of money as a token of love  and appreciation for their faithful- service *  during their eight years here. The evening conducted with the singing of "Auld  Lang Syne."*-. -..  GOING AWAY  , Thirteen members of the Gower Point  .Unit of St. Bartholomew's'ACW at their  last mieetirtg.jiilitil September-were present at a most delightful strawberry tea  at the home of Mrs. R7 Evans recently,'  honoring'Mrs.; Anne Warne'who has since  left to reside in the" city." Mrs/ H.'U. Oswald presented a corsage and going-away  -gift to Mrs. WameJn.appreciatioA of her  help and willing co-operation. This party  also marked the, birthdays of two. other  valued members: Mrs. Stephens*, who is  91/ and Mrs. Flo Blake, the group's abte  secretary.       '     \  PR__SENTATION  Retiring-Pastor DonriParke/Mrs. Parke  and sons were presented with a lamp as  a gift from the congregation at Gibsons  Pentecostal -Tabernacle, Sunday, with  many good wishes for. their future. * Then-  devoted service has' been,much appreciated. ,   -    - -    -'   '  BACK HOME v.   \    ,    ��   .'  ��� Mr. and Mrs. Stan T-traman'haye're.-  iturned from, a veiy pleasant four-week  vacation. They flew to England where  .they visited Mr. Trueman's mother, who  is 96 years, old. She lives in Kent The  Truemaris visited other relatives' and  friends in southern England; -the weather  was perfect. One change they noted since  their last trip to the Old Country was  that -the traffic was even-more dense. It  seemed that there was very heavy traffic  everywhere.. .  IN BRIEF  -Mrs. N. D. Mclvor, Gower Point Road,  has returned from*;Fort St. John where  she visited her daughter."  - Mr. <and ��Mrs. T. E. Currie and daughter  Linda spent, two-weeks- at -their camp, at  Gower Point, after haying returned from  a five-week trip/to the.Continent.  .  'Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Blake, Ocean Beach  Esplanade^ haye returned from a two-  week trailer holiday. They visited friends'  in Caffgary.^The Blakes travelled through  the Kootenays. They stopped for a few  days at Fairmont Hot Springs. Mr. Blake  is now able to return <to work after having  been off since March.  Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.*'  George  Boser,  Park  Road, * were  Mrs;  Boser*s niece and husband from Edmonton, Alberta.  Visiting Mr. and-Mrs. Jack,Bushell,  Orange Road, were their daughter Mrs.  Harry- Callaghan from Penticton  Mrs. M. Westbrook will be spending  two weeks with her "daughter in North  Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harding and  ��� Robyn from Port McNeill are visiting Robert's parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Harding for a few days. Mr. Robert Harding  who has been teaching at Port McNeill  will be going on to Summer School  Mrs. Ben Vaughn and daughters Marion and Karen, formerly of Egmont are  staying with Mrs. Vaughn's parents Mr.  and Mrs. Patfh G. Harding; planning to  settle in Gibsons.  Pat, Heather and Bruce Moffatt from  Port Alberni have taken up residence with  Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Clarke and family.  Guests at the E. R. Buckhorn hoim%  Avalon Drive, were Mrs. Buckhorn's  brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wer-��  ner Grucninger from Montgomery, Alabama, where; Mr.1 Groieninger teachesi at  the University. A graduate i^m UBC,  this is Mr. Grueninger*s first visit to British Columbia since he left to teach in the  U.S.A., 12 years ago. The Grueningers  motored up through tho States.'  Mr. and Mrs, R. G. Bentall and family  from Vancouver arrived Saturday to vacation at their Keats^ W^  \ At Camp Sunrise, the Salvation Army  held a very enjoyable Golden Agers Camp  recently. ���,  Presently there oro ai#prOxiinatdty 120  persons at the Camp at Langdale. In addition to the permanent staff* 20 leaders ixro  present with,, 80 scouts from the Greater  Vancouver Area. There will be �� Fellowship weekend.  Brownies will be coming to Camp  - ���' ���Sum,Jso"'next.i",Tt,ls. gratifying to see"'the1  fine facilities being so much uspd with  such splendid results in pleasure and  benefits Jn the realms of health, both  physical and spiritual.  Mrs. W. H. Kent enjoyed a vacation ot  Nanaimo and Victoria.  Mr. and Mrs. RusselH Black were out  from town to their country home at Hopkins Landing, prior to the arrival of their  children and grandchildren who will come  for a holiday, Mrs. Black's sister was a  , guest;  Twelve ladles bt tlie Kerrl-TOPS were  j.i .��  n\l**?*?**-  %j-/>  /in-  -.   *  *\  x      -S*  ���fci^^Tl ttnwnpiwment lefsurame  *  " +���  ������N  I ���  -i  .?  *  ' iw*";  I-*-*.��'  s*#  A**    *  V  J'  t-  s_  mm  british columbia  hydro and power  authority:;'''.';';;'.,.  Invites *i tenders'., -:..,:','.;., y.,  for Cleorihg  (Approx. 320 acres)  Section 3 Sechelt-Powdl River  230 KV Trdnsmlsslon IJne> ���:���  near Powell River, B.C.  DOCUMENT^,CHARGEABI-E  REFERENCE No. CQ 4444  SEALED TENDERS clearly  marked os obovo-refcrcoccd  will bo received fn Room 1056^  0.C, Hydro ond Power  Authority Buitdioo,  970 Butrard Street,  Vontoaver \, B.C  until 12:00 Noon,  15 July, 1969.  Details moy bo obtained ot tho  office of the Purchaslna  Department, 10th f loor#  970 Burrord Street,  Voncouva* I, B.C.  telephone 683-B7I1,  Local 2579.  mmmmtm��m��m4mmmmnmmm*mmmmeommi  mr,m*w��m  n  Com�� in and get ACQUAINTED  with  Tho NEW OWNER  of  SUMNYCREST SHOPPING'CENTRE- Phone S06-W2  uzmHwmm  I ,   Adjudicator  Tappin&dut'the'xHytiim withlieirfoflft,' * i>0rtea*  llttleJS-isan."Je|iks.app'ears to be judg-*.c -b^nii-" _ _  ing-musicians ability -as sheJistens in- Yofhigii. sctiool-rinisic elasstoieoi^Biie  teritly to band music in Hackett Parjc,   MvW-'      ""'       '*       "  provided by'Delta Conununity Band "- '���'.:",;  during'recent* visit "to Secheit.  Band  members range in:age frbm-elemen*-  tary students to senior citizens and  play voluritarjly for pleasure.   Sup-  out from town for a day recently to help  the localTOPS group.'celebrate their first  birthday.     ._*..;  Dwayne Burnett from Ladner visited  relatives here-fof several days.  Alan Marshafll, Vancouver, visited his  parents Mr. -and Mrs. Huxley Marshall,  Gibsons Firemen Little .League baseball team, enjoyed a -wiener roast on the  beach in front of the home of their manager Mr. P. Sluis. Coach' Brian Heaps wias  ���present as was Mr. Pete Mouzakis. Helping Mrs. Sluis on this occasion were Mrs.  Anne Warne, and Mrs. Denise Mclvor.  Attending the happy get-together were  Greg Gibb, Brian Partridge/Bruce Green,  Brad Quarry, Pat Gaines, Bill Sluis, Randy  Watson, John-Kruse, Ron Gerrard, John  .Kolen, Gordon ,Gibb, Rick Delong and  Sheane Keid. Rick Blakeman was unable  to attend being out of tor^n at the time  of this party.        1  Camp Byng is a place of much activity as Cubs ta Vancouver East, Dunbar and Kerrisdale with their leaders are  having a profitable and enjoyable time in  a lovely setting. Camp Byng has been  used to the extent of 3,178 boy-days .so  far this year. Earlier in the season it was  mostly weekend camps that were held,  but now with school out for summer holidays, camps of longer duration will be  the order.  Best wishes to Margaret Collins apd  John Corlett who were married in the  vestry of St James Anglican Church,  Vancouver on June 21, 1969.  ANNIVERSARY  A cordial welcome is extended to  friends and neighbors at an open house,  2-4 p.m. and 7-8 p.m., Saturday, July 5  at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Cham-  berlin, Gibsons, in honor of their 60th  Wedding Anniversary.  Q; ,Ate employers who do not keep  corittibution; .records in regard tor their insurable employees liable* to prosecution?  A. Yes, if--they disregard the'provisions oi Section 79 of the Unemployment  Insurance Regulations under which they  are r^qairfid tic. keep - books,, records, accounts and other documents sufficiently  co_nj*jtete'to allow a- UIC inspector, to determine -with reasbnable facility, hi "respect of evej*y such employee, the total of  , contributions due, the date on which they  were payable and the date" Ot their payments; by-ihe employer.,  The appropriate proyisipns are described in full in a booklet entitled*. "Information for Employers on Unemployment Insurance"- which can be obtained  free from any UIC office. "      .  -  *��� ���*  Q.' I just received an increase in my  monthly salary whjeli brings; friy annual  income above the $7;800 contribution ceiling. -      -      '.   -  The increase has six months* retroacti v-  ,ity=. My employer.has.-taken..Unertiploy-  , ment-Insurance contributions from my pay  'for'the sije^pnth.period. .  Cair 1 getthif..money back?,'  JL  No,, 'Under UIC Regulations the  $7,800 cfeiling was not'exceeded until, you  actually received payment of the increased  salary. It therefore follows that y<?ur*pay  was subject to'deduction, of-Unemployment Insurance contributions for-the six  month period iry-regafd to which you<have  now-received ithe- retroactive salary increase.       --<  . *- *?  If }*6u*^ve,-paidi contributions for-at'  least* 3ff weeks in* the" 104 week "period  immediately preceding .the date you- received the.ihaease, that put you over the  $7,800 ceiling, you may continue to be in-  silfred as a��*volimtary contributor if you  now'" make 'application to the UIC office  with wMclrybu deal. In that case your  employer-may deduct his snare of the con-  <tributions ^s'well as your_own sharefrom  ^&yoJ2^^^7^v^'����y��3^^  ,a^^le4o,;thP5,e^ho axt^compuj^rily  insured*.     * '-        *   ' '-J '  insured:  .' Quf-siion^-shbuld be referred to; hdoir <  xriatioiJiVS^v^6,3'* Unemployment '^osur-  ante Cojjjinissibn, rVsihier'-, Building) 22J2  .ypur pay,'so"tiM the cost to.you -wotad,   Nepean-Street,:Ottawa, Ontario,'��� -tSU.  then -be double the rate of 'JbonfafibutWn'* 99B-2W5.Y--, - , y/ *>.    -_ ���y J     */>,Y  .i   y&F^-  I     '    *   '  1.*  .'i  Any Questions, pteoss?-  *_���  ���I  ! 1  >..  ���mwswbim  \  P.  ,  :  Tho announced intention of the Federation of Telephone Worlccrs of B.C.,to  conduct; loiptfcn strikes against B.C. TEL has made it nccessaiy for management  to prcpaife lor stoddett^irfc stoppages at any given location, throughout the Company's p-^tfee^wide. system. ^  Many supervisbrS have been deployed to assure that personnel will 'fa available  in each lotiatioa to^ maintaiil customer ^mcesia eycJitt of any work stoppage by  classified ^mpioyees. The uncertainty of the situation means supervisors will have to  cover these posts until-a wsw contractJs signed  Ccrtoii^ work functions may have to cease because of the removal of supervisors  from regular; assi^nincnts, r^ut it is not the Company's intention to deny re-employ-  ment tdemployees who-lose employment because of work stoppages caused by the  -labor dispute* * ...���...y��� y.., ...,.:.      .. ...,,...-.,..    .  All employes willing to return t(* tbeir jobs when picketing ceases in &-ich  instanal will be assigned as quickly as circumstances permit. Because of the internal  disruption work stoppages cause, liowever, it will be impossible to assign all employees to. work imtiicdiately when picketing has ceased,  B.C, TEL employees should listen to their local radio stations for Information  about when to return to work. Specific instructions will be broadcast for traffic  operators, service representatives and other commercial business office staff, Other  classifications, will be called incjividually and. advised when-to report for work.  WMMMH  **" i  IH.,,.*^*!*., �����f-itw..f    *.*y���. .W_.!*4 ff ti i^Ib-fj* H   11 w**^**-  n��*T,#.  (��(  ' ***��������_.mci*. vt��Vrt^.ufW(4?,  * *Vf*l' f>-   ��*��- t*"*ls* t*!** I  ��� jmitB**,*^).,^^,^fl*.��(,^,^,*,-Hwm,^ (-(Witt,^  w�� *��#<����� **niP)^ f)-it"*F- w(T��ih<��mf1W** '"**''"' ^'"..   :y;\; <*\jj'i"--*'F~^f * v^'*��v''"'"*������-':''*���''A. *-.**y* i; *���'./-} ^Y- ���*;->-���   -  Y''*"'YY ,'YY Y;Y\v.,v* *" * *y; ;<-<y~> *,".'v,Y\  ' "     * ' ' '"     <      " . ,r'"-r '.*���;'���*. , _'"''_,.  .'**'  v-v-**r**^t****y-*#' rr-<*rt ir  /-  i  *��������� ��,      J   *. i_    ' **/���v   " *        v   *-s < '   ��     i * i"* "*-       r f "%       .  i  Ffrst A_(i traiMBS  saves child's life -...  RUSjnjN[G. into the St. John First Aid Post'  '- �����t Cimniinghams, ftalfmoon Bay, June  22, a*Cii.y^l9'|rom.Califojr4a,.sought emei-  gency- -treatment for their one year" old  soft \?bo had go&e into convulsions.  ���    T$rs,   Joan Cuniungh,am   immediately  conveyed'*the child to St. Mary's Hospital  by ambulartce,  assisted  by Mr,  Albert  ThomPj. on, a neighbor who. has recently  completed the gt. Johjri, First Aid course.  On ihe way in the child stopped breathing, Mr, Thpjmpson without hesitation ap-  p*iied his newly acquired knowledge and *  gave moi\th to mouth resuscitation, result  of which the boy wa3 delivered alive to *  hospital whfre he is retried as recovering satisfactorily.  ".. Qow^iteatfjilly, successful completion  of the St. John course by Mr. Thompson  W��is_reported in the previous issue of .The  Times and is taken as proof of the value  of such training.  ' * ���     i* _. ** ^  Sechelt-Wilson Creek  Brownies visit S. Park  BROWNIES'of 1st Secheit, 2nd Secheit  and Wilson Creek Packs ended the  year with a trip to Stanley Park, recently.  They visited the Aquarium, saw the animal-!, had a ride on the train and were  treated to, pop and ice-cream.  Each Brownie received a head-scarf  witH her name aryl Pack name on it, as a  reminder of the visit to Stanley Park.  -Wednesday; July 2/ T069 the Peninsula f fates  i *���-.  I**"**  "_**  ****  "4  .   '<  /���'  P*$4 B*S  liiyjIIJUliriitjII1  SCHQQi: DISTRICT 46 (SICHIIT)  SCHOOL BOARD ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE  WILL GO ON SUMAAER SCHEDULE AS OF  Hoyrs - ��s3@ a.m. to 12:3�� p^ni. a_ic3 & p.m. to 4 p.sbi.  **,  ..  ���*^?B^^!,  j  i  , ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH 109 - GIBSONS, B.C.  y  t *���  -.���  r-'     p-  /  i  Vocalists, Dancing and- full entertainment  ���it- -  'TpV ���-. ���' tpV  Ij     APPfAflWG IM THE CUUB ROOM 12 NOON TO 7:30 P.M. .  |S   ALSQ IM-THE tEGlON HALL FROM &0Q P.M. Tp MIDNIGHT  It     , '-'; -    ',     .-*-/':. '*   -    r*   -  I  Award Winners  reminder or tne visit to Stanley farK.                ,               . -                       ����?*��. *��������������-* , ,, ���     ,-.-.-,      8 student Kathy Potter*grade 9 student'  AccompanyingdheBrowiies were: 1st Se- R^cogtiized   for   their   achievement* lay��m, MarK -En^lishr Poima-Wrk    Lygie Martinez and-gitade  10 student  chelt   Brown   Owl,   ponalda -.Sigoum; during ^g year ^ Elphinstone, stu- and ArthW Dew.  Front: kygfeMar-   Fences Finlayson.  Sel^^^TcSSS         .'     "       .  PwlBphnieP3etkLaodFaiiTGodmothe^|I|^d.^f^^^^ -      "     --.       - Top aggregate grade 8-student^winning  Sarnie Befiiier. Also Miss Rena Wilson, are, from left standing: Frances Pin- .,,,., r r_,.,.   -           .._.-*.  'Mrs. Charlotte JTackson and Mrs. Sylvia Tr__.rji.��-���������-,-��   - .''.'*,                       -  Jackson.   ��         '                   . l/juty tirgeq . > > .      .   . .   ^   .  Is  Catering facilities ayailahle by. the W;A,  GOLDEN HAND  1st Secheit Brovsmie Pack held a Golden  Hand ceremony on June 16 with Brownies  Kathy   Qike^   Barbara   Jackson,   Donna,  Whj^ej���I-orrairie- Nestman  and Doro'Y  Rice receiving their Golden Band badges.--,  Proficiency badges were presented to  Kathy pike and Christine Underhill  the John, Wood trophy is Kathy Potter.  Top aggregate grade 9 student winning  the Trueman trophy, is Lygie .Martinez.  Top aggregate grade 10 student winning the Sunnycrest trophyc is- Frances  Finlayson.  .Tor the-greatest contribution io-music,  Mark English received the Cloke trophy.  The Stewart trophy for the best note-  '- /-REACHING  another milestone in their   dents that no matter what may happen    book was awarded Terry Stewart.  Madam   Commissioner,   Mrs.   Dorothy     "school lives, students throughout the    in the future which might bring conflict SPECIAL BAND AWARD  Stockwell  and   Fairy  Godmother,   Mrs.    Secheit   School   District   gathered   last    and unrest, two things will remain con- Winners of a Certificate of Merit, hav-F  Mary flay were presented with a gift,  Ttof&ay for final assembly, ��� sfcant.. One,;is-thfi, vahKM* educafcop in ing obtained 85 ^^^ ^ the Abbotsford:  from tfye Brownies in appreciation of all   Y   At Elphinstone Secondary School, Prin-    a" senses of 4be.word, tne omer is tne international Band Festival, plus a cheque  .their hard work during the year.        . > _. eipil.W. S. Potter remindedgunior-stu- - value of'a.person.as-anmdwiduai.  for $3500  .  w:<^.^,mAMM^  Sctaedtsle Service: SECiHELT-  -SECEH1ELY  ;  MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY  LEAVES SECHELT LEAVES NANAIMO  8;00 o,m, .* 9:00 a.m.  x 12:00 noon * *  1:00 p.m.  x 4:00 .pf_n. ' '. , 5:00, p.m.  7:00 p.m. ��� FRI0AY~ONLY���-    .8:00 p.m.  i  MappyMoMayG (Boys astd ���irl3.  CH0S$jl^G TOE ST^SETS,  I  SATURDAY-ONLY  I  .  .  LEAVES SECHELT  8:00 o.m.  x 12:00 noon  4:00 p.m.  LEAVES SECHELT  12:00 noon  x 4,00 p.m.  7:00 p.m.  LEAVES NANAIMO'  * 9-00 o.m.  1:00 p,m.  5:00-p.m.  SUNDAY ONLY  LEAVES NANAIMO  *  1:00 p.m.  *    _  5:00 p.m.t'..  8:00 p.m.r*  Extra Flights - Fridays, Sundays and Holidays as Required.  * Connect'rvj Flights to Pender Horbour Area, Nelson Island, Jervis Inlet, Egmond  Secheit Inlet, Narrows Inlet ond Salmon Inlet.  x Connecting Flights from above points to Nanaimo,  FAUCES,  Nanaimo to Secheit���QncWaj* Fare, $9.00  Weekend Round Trip Excursion (Fri. to Mon. only), $12.00 return  EfIfECTIVE JUNE 15th, 1969 TO SEPTEMBER 1st, 1969  Scchplv*���805-2214 Vancouver���-685-4922  NOTE; Direct Line Phone Nomber from Nanaimo to be published when available.  Air Rotes ond Schedules Subject to Change WHbout Notice.  ys^8MM��^iaMWfi-a---^__i-^  BBBM  3  "Each of you as an individual is worth ��   1   *��   _��� u   _-��    __���  something, but remember that every oth-        ^o^ ^aker   Mark: English,  Claudia  er individual is also worth- a good deal," **?&'  ^^ K��rbiS-  ^f, l^mk^  said* Mr. Potter, who urged that all stu- Elaine M^clfenzie, Roruue Pxelte, Lance  dents work tocher to-'make the kind of Ruggles^Debby Stewart, ]ghott Trueman,.  world they- will be afcle to control in the Jf��� ^alt^*LDar HT^ Debra Bnba'  next-ten years-or so,   . 5^J?I^tt*cJBusse11  Nygren'  Ganr  Assisted by members of the staff, Vice- Schindel, Kevin Star..  Principal' Don, 'Montgomery   presented        Doug Campbell, Bob Davidson, Walter  awards to-qualifying'students, as follows: Dempster,  Peter  English,  Mark  Evans,.- g.  David   Fromager,   Gerry   Harris,   Barry'. S   �����#.�����  -   '     -  CITIZENSHIP AWARDS Higgs,   Steven  Hill,  Leonard   Johnston,     | ' Vi5,T-; ..      ���   ; ,  '    Grade 8 Flash: Wendy Allnut, Joan Theresa Labonte, Cheryl McEwan, Janice    ��       '  "  Blomgren,. David  Fromager,   Cheryl Mullen, Derek Nelson, William Passmore,    S  Guelph,\Theresa Labonte, Janet MacLean, Allen Schwabe, ��  Kathy Potter- . '       ^S^e^r^hniTiny\^SaIer,nCath7        I  g"^ my daughter's growing  up.    ^   Sechelf  DeKlee^Margpret Gory, Wendy Gurney,    ^he ^sses mor& skwly the�� day��_Jh  Roni^-Pielle.                -  - _     .                 she's dialing faster, ��� Bob Sylvester,  Grade 9 Ciesi; Sheaham Rennie, Diane ;   Fisheri .Claudia H^dtej^ fJ.ygie FMartirj^, . .'-. y.  Slary MwmWnkamp:*''?'''    *-"'.-    ^   ���**���  * *,Grade*. lOYFIash:-Frances Finlayson,  Joyce Timothy.  Grade 10 Crest: Gregg Hayes, Joan  Gory.  qxade lQSl^r: Steven I^ce,  SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS  Grade 8 Flash: Kathy Potter.        . \  Grade 9 \ Crest: Sheahan Bennie, David  Bulger," Cathy DeKleer, Mark English,  Margaret, fpory, \by$e.,,Martinez, Mqry  Muehlenkamp.  Grade 10 Crest: Bob Barnes, Joan  Gory, Steven-Lee.  Grade -10-Star; Frances Finlayson.  HONOR SOCH?TY  Kathy Potter, David Bulger, Cathy De-  Kleer, Mark English, Lygie Martinez,  Mary Muehlenkamp, Sheahan Bennie,  Margaret Gory, Frances Finlayson^ Joan  Gojy, Steyen Lee, Bob Barnes.  PRIZES t  Ladies jf\uxili3^y ^p Royal Can ad idn  Legion Branch 109, grade 8 Social Studies  . presented to iho studejt^i-hoyi. iii^ most  progress during the year went to Arthur  Dew and was uyemded by. Mr$.'Pat  Schindel and Mrs; Gerry Clarice.  Fabric fl^vise certificate, award for best  junior textile student went to Donna Mark,  Christine Cecil received the Don  Brown Mug, being the, best juypior typist.  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DRYS0N, Deputy Minister otflnancf  I Gentlemen: a  I pmn nni w tit %om ediuori pi 2  I ib��..ttrUii(i.CMtmblAiFlnsnci��i.an4,..l  1 Efwwj? Rcxlfp-p*,      ' I  li If  I Wp��� B  i  Addir#*��.  ywp11  Pt-��l(Jon_  ^MiMlMIWmiMWWS  *^*-H*WFJ^ |rt-^v��#-^��f .  ��w*^^w��w����*-^-�������w^������*l^���',*-^>,,-"^ "'  SW^*^^^^^^*^.���.^,,,^***^-^^-^^-*-^^ *>  *  ^."P-  IP  ** **    ��"   *  *  *   -T **   **���'*,'**,* I ���-*   -"    ^'��^-*-��,,��^^4����*.lt'-l.��~~��1��*>.*^��.|^F<��^-F��^��^����ir^,^^ f.   '        , *     v-y -   i' .   - * ��� ; , ���,, v   '-        ������       - '*. ��� .   , * .    '������   v.i,        .    ,,., - y  -��� a "v..1-.*1! f _   _ _ It *���  >4     f  1  1  THEPBMl^UUl^fel��^  ���BOB  y>  7      ���  1'  "J may fee wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  -    - " , ,    * ���John Atkins  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor ��� Stewart B. Alsoard, Publisher  Secheit Council: plam bemdification of^^M^  Fj-t,  stoftmnsM-tm-a  * f +'r  ,'f'  J        v*"  -  ���re  CARNAGE On our highways resulting when it iss*onsidered that innocent lives  from an ever increasing number of are in jeopardy the moment a drunk gets  motor vehicles each year has been soar- behind the wheel.   If the punishment  ing,to alarming heights with many fatali- really fitted the crime a heavy jail term  ties, crippled and torn bodies and-heart- would be mandatory for the first offence  f  ache, left as grim reminders.  Some-improvement has been revealed in. a release from the department of  Attorney-General, Les. Peterson, which  shows a decrease in fatalities for 1969  compared to a similar period in 1968.  This,' it would appear, follows introduction of a new driver licence control  and correspondingly heavy sentences for  lesser misdemeanors. Then- we wo^ld  see a drastic reduction in driving offences  and certainly a remarkable drop in fatalities.  By the same token, a rising crime'  rate would also be expected to slow up  and lessen should considerably heavier  program which has helped reduce sever-    penalties be imposed, the taxpayer would  hy of motor vehicle accidents. Such be  ��� ing the case, even more stringent regulations would seem to be justified, for,  quite* obviously, something has to be  done to remove drunken and dangerous  drivers from the highways. Until it is  made sufficiently clear that laws are not  ��   something to be treated with contempt  "   accidents will continue.  - Figures released by the Attorney-  General show that highway accidents in  the province resulted in 146 deaths in  1969, compared to 219 during the same  period in 1968. A reduction of 73 or  29%. For the month of May the number of deaths were reduced from 56 in  1968 to 35 in 1969, a 37.5% decrease.  This is a. substantial reduction and  even if additional penalties save but one  life they will be worth while. As it transpires, the new system wjtrich is by no  means drastic, has resulted in the saving of a large number of lives, countless  injuries and disfigurements.'  What might, perhaps, be considered  as drastic is the mandatory one month  suspension for all drivers convicted of  impaired or drunken driving. In actual  fact, this is an extremely mild innovation  '4  f  _.  . *  r**"  ���"_  i  in short time be saved a great deal of law  enforcement costs.  It is not \a question of advocating a  police state, simply making clear the fact  that laws, drawn up for the protection of  society as a whole, are to be obeyed.  As an* example we might consider  the persistent hot-rodder who continually  flaunts the law by speeding. He knows  his chances of getting caught are slight,  even should he slip into a radar trap his  fine is a trivial one and he will still speed  but with a rather more wary eye.  Should the penalty for speeding be a  five-year jail term, it is very unlikely  that anyone would be sufficiently foolish  to risk a charge. Speeding might be  looked upon as an insignificant offence  but it would not be so if a youngster ran  out in front of a hot-rodder who, by  reason of excess speed, would be unable  to avoid a tragedy.  Mr. Peterson has proved that stiffer  penalties pay off, it would therefore appear obvious that this action should be  extended to cover all forms of crime  from vandalism to murder. Then and  only then will law and order return.  Peg�� 'B-4 THo*Pm$pu\Q ^TlnsQO  \       Wednesday;'My. 2,* 196-4.    u  }���"-  _*_  ft  5  gdDBSS   HMalke��   pF-*3$ffF<*&@-��  ESTABLISHMENT   of   an   adequate  water system for the Village of Gibsons a few years ago was carried out at  no little expense.   It was nevertheless,  is destined, to go ahead, as indeed it  should, for we are at a time and age  when* to ��� sit still is economic suicide.  With an aggressive attitude by our elected  badly needed and failure by council to    representatives on council, the village is  it.  ���VI  ��  **-  have met the challenge would have set  the village back to considerable degree.  . Next necessary step was installation  of a sewer system at even greater expense  and again council had to meet the challenge. With overwhelming support of the  public the way has been paved for such  _ a service and despite some objections to  **�� the proposed outfall, there remains little  T doubt the' project will proceed, thus  I opening up a whole new future for the  I   area.  } Added,to this is the successful ex-  *��� pansion of village boundaries and the  -.' proposed waterfront improvement scheme  I which has already attracted outside in-  ; terests. Others will follow, and once the  5 sewer line is underway, new apartment  ; blocks will inevitably be next on the list.  ' In other words, a little progressive  | thinking and enterprising speculation  t will, eventually, harvest numerous bene-  | fits. While other communities penny  '" pinch and argue at length over peanuts,  ** communities such as Gibsons forge  St' ahead. . ,,  i       This all goes back to the old. adage  | "we speculate to accumulate."  Gibsons  l council long ago realized this and has  .. taken the initiative. There is still a long  *���' road to traverse but it is getting there.  t       As the logical center of the Sunshine  ���. Coast, it would seem high time Secheit  | took a little decisive action along these  i  lines, for before we know it, the door  | will have slammed shut. At one end wc  ^ have Gibsons making rapid strides and  .  at the other end, Pender Harbour, flourishing as a tourist center. Scchclt slumps  in the center, peaceful, low taxes, great  screams at the thoughts of industry invading the tranquility of our little town.  Yet, despite the existent apathy, the village is still growing steadily and over recent years has gained increasing popularity as a shopping center.  It would therefore seem, the village  ���'��� "  ��� ��� ��� ��������� i ��� ^��� -i     .��� ��� -,���- ���__.__.��� , .-|r|-myr. rri- Uu[__  The PEmNsuiJ^Jme^  Published Wednesdays at Scchclt  on H.C'a Sunshine Coast  by  Scchclt Peninsula Times Lid.  Box 3>10 - Scchclt, B.C.  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  S. P. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates: (in advance)  1 Year, $5 -2 Years, $9 - 3 Years, $13  U.S. and Foreign, $5.50  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Egmont  (Howe Sound to ferula Inlet}  f  Blafco C. Afderson D.C.  C|iIit0pRA���T*OE  Post Office Building Secheit  Phone 683-2333  Ret. 006-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  ��g^^  SATURDAY DELIVERIES  r*  GRAVEJL  DITCHING  EXCAVATING  * BACKHOES  Box 172  Scctset.  88S-9666  wmmmmm  jTg!��$Sm  .    COME IN.ANPGET  .   acquainted;5r -  IN THE BAL BL0G��\  NEXT TO THE CO-OPf $TOJ*E  Gibsons  ���ffir-J^5?3^  "Well Officer,  fe><_-   J*,   i-lfe,     rtF*F.      .  /wW 9 v #*��<* A***;). _.i__v��v*. ^S^KSlWSpw *** ,_  thought that instead of spending money to hide them, we might as well get rid of them!"  Booster shots necessary  IN   ADDITION   to   in_munization,:.your  baby will need booster or- rfeinforoing  injections and vaccinations' as he grows  up, because the level of protection (tends  to become lower with time.  Be sure that booster injections and  vaccinations are given as often as they  are recommended, both before and during school life, "the federal health department recommends.  When buying liver.  TO SAVE money 'on liver, the federal  health department suggests you buy  .pork,   lambs'  or  beef  liver.   They  are  cheaper than oalves'-liver and all are high  in iron.  Want to matt& 'y*ou*rr ha>n}@  larger, more coJir.fortgb|e>, r^bjo  modern, ��� moid heaumait  Whatever hoine improvemettf  project you fiare -n^fttfnd*  you'll find helpful''ideas-jAna  information at ,your oW~ stop  supplied shop*''* '';  ��ltes  Phono 8@?-90ft0  SECHELT, 8X;<*  in an excellent position to establish itself  as the thriving hub of the Supshine Coast.  In this respect, it might be well worth  while .taking a page from the Gibsons  story. ,  ���A sewer system here wilt cost considerably less than in Gibsons due to  nature of the terrain. At the rate of rising costs, it is obvious such costs, which  appear high right now, will appear extremely, light in one or more years*  time. Nothing will ever be cheaper than  now.  Fletcher's Philosophy  ���Harry W. Fletcher  RATIONALITY  1 may not plant a sturdy lawn on dew.it  ground,  Nor yet contain a yearling fawn with fenco  around.  A tree must have its share of r->ky and boil and  stream,  And wilding creatures such as la daring  dream.  Too soon wc seek to turn away from yearning  youth  To capture in a single day some half-learned  truth.  Too eagerly wc seek to play the patriarch,  Or deaf to wisdom haste the day to "mako our  mark."  Sufficient for this present now the daily task;  No n<cd to wonder why or how or even ask  A new tomorrow, since this ono was yesterday"*  Already here, and much begun In many ways.  Wc can but eat our meals each one before die  "��� retst;   ' ''';''  No worthwhile race Is ever run before the test.  The pot must heat before St boils, and fears ore  shed, "  Why hasten then to count the spoils of years  ahead?  We should have known since wo were born  we'd someday di<i,  So why bemoan each shining morn with somo  new lie?  My ono concern, so mark it well and give It  or.  Is not create a present hell and live, it here.  1 jlUJ-j-J-BH-UMJi. -UI_U-U^��_I  lyRBN�� Wi  Tho Federation of Telephone Workers of B.C. has begun calling rotation  strikes against B.C. Tel, meaning work stoppages'may occur suddenly and  without advance notice Jn any givon part of the Company's Gyatom.  Such work stoppages will cause some inconvenience for telephone usere^  but tho Company will maintain telephone services to the best of Ito ability  In each case of work stoppage.  Management employees have been assigned to essential tasks and these  tasks will be covered by management until a contract Is signed ao that wo  can assure service Is maintained. -; '>.[���.' ���/' -^y"'^'-^,^.:!;  As a telephone user, you will find it advantagepua to nolo Iho following  suggestions for use In event a work stoppage occurs Iri tho port of the Com*  pany'o system serving you:  EmergeBneyMiimb��rs  Keep telephone numbers for your safety agencies  handy. Operator positions may be busy, but you'll  be able to get through to police, fire, ambulance  and othor so|rv_ces In emergency when you have the  numbors beside your telephone so you can dial'!  directly to tljo service you require.  Directory Assistance  Uso your, telephone directory to find tho tele-  phono numbers you need. When. you must call  Directory Assistance, make note of tho numbers you  QQt for future reference. Our Director}. Assistance  switchboards are being staffed, but servico will be  ���better for all If maximum use la made of your  directory.  ILocsii Sec^lc�� ' .: '.  Most of the Company's business offices will remain open, but with limited staff. Installation orders  will be accepted, but Installations will have io bo  carried out on a priority baste: with available staff  being employed first to mdet urtteht ^equlremento  for safety agencies, and otfio^dssijntlal services.  ��� ���,.,-,....,    ....     ...    , '. ���.   .   -...I, i .,.. , .,lji, l,v ...... I..... ��� ,1.11,,,.. .,.,,   I.  ' -.- .i ��� .*--����� *���'> ���'*    . ".Y  , , ��� ���   , : *|m', i v. ii      .'���.���'���    '     r,,  , " ' ��� , 'i  Repair Service ���;''��� !',  Repair services will be carried out, buf also on a  priority basis. We'll do our boat to keep all telephones working, but must give attention first to  essential-service customers, such as doctor!*, hospitals, fire and police eorvlpes end ambulance  agencies. <  Y..,; t  (*���  .y ,'-Long'Dlstanc�� , ,  Whore Direct Dlslanco Dialing servico is available, dial your  long distance calls directly. Seo your telephone dlroctoiV for V.  area codes and Instructions,on uso of/Direct Distance Dialing,  arid follow those instruction's to obtain tolephono numbora in  distant places by dialing directly.  Don't bo surprised if a malo voice answers when you dial  ''Operator." - .;������.  Give the operator area code number together with th�� number  of the distant parly you are calling whenever possible and on  out-of-provlnco calls, provide the area code. This will speed  eervico.  I  r   i  '�� wow O  mmm Columbia tEUPHONi company*  \ <***���  n ,-*.     ���*.�����..   . ,. '  *r"     W^^**P***ft^?T^^^^W^BSV*^f^ -V,*^*.-  .If- FfrWF*,- ^"i^^i^-Uy^V-W  - ,_ ^.-1-...^1"*.,**' -^f*^-^  f-^mf���fif--���,*fr>���..t-  J- ii.i.ly^.,v,  1 , . *  uyi-v^.^w*^-^**--^4���--r-** v-'-jl-'f*" -.-w^1  ,*-'/",���F-j���)"-  ��� -r',* ?-'-* *-'v' rf1..  ,t,l 1 * ' I  /     ���,<"������   tf . t  .>-  rgoyerfioiy.^v- -  ifc  *.    ONE qF $he new voices on the. board of  * governor** bf the Progressive Conserva-  .   tive party of British'Columbia is ��� a famil-  ' lar one to Powell River residents. It belongs to Rocky Sorenson of 6881 Drake.  He was.elected governor at a two day  convention .held  recently  in the  Villa  (     Motor Inn in Burnaby.    "  Sorenson calls himself "a backwoods  kid from.-Powell River;" He said, "Being  '   chosen governor is a great honor," and he  ;    .states that he has some, definite ideas for  the future of the Tories in B.C.  He, .likes^ to* describe the P.C/s as  ���'dynamic" and he told The Powelf River  Y^News that it.was the Vwildest Conserva-  ...; *tiyo party;in;a long time." Regarding the  r future of-the Tories he said they won't  .' form the 'government-or the opposition in  $ the next'feTec'ticin. but will fonp the gov-  7 eminent or opposition in the election after  ;] that. Discussing ,the possible upcoming  ; election,*he said, 'The longer that he (Ben-  . nett) gives us, the more Tories he'll have  { to face in Victoria." He explained thai.'the  *.' party is having a membership drive and  f - he "said,' "Thete will be no-slowdown or  * letting'up in organizing the next elec-  t   tion." ^   I.  i ..'.'Communications were the. main fault  I of the party in the past," he said and he  '- placed an emphasis oh" the youth in the  I party sayingyWe'-jiist .have'to get the  I young people out."      * ���  j Commenting on the role of the Con-  * seryatiye party; he* said that traditionally  'j the Tories'have protected the Bennett  7, government 'but this ��� idea wll "be modified  I in future:" "We are going to protect the  i policies we',feel are right and fight those  j we feel are-wrong." He cited what, he  �� called  the .lack, of- intelligent  attitudes  * toward waste and pollution as one of the  '.^hmisihat'would come wider Conservative - criticism;  he, said . that  the, home  owner granfc'was one that would not.*  .Conservative strategy in the next  election,' said Sorenson, will be to go after  Liberal and* NDR seats where they think  they haye. a good chance of winning. He  said they -will not run candidates in aUl  constituencies, only those where Mhe-parly,  can pickiup financial or moral strength.  Although party leadership was hotly  conteste^ySorehsen said there was no  split in the party leadership, Mr. Soren-  sen was ^elected to the board on June 14  along with* nine others whom he de-  ��� scribed-. as * "economists, housewives, accountants, business then and farmers."  ' ' As soon las he was elected he was given  the job of co-ordinator between the party  and the juhiohs. He said that in future,  "No decision^will- be made by the board  without first^inding out the union stand."  He described*'this and other party modifications tas pait'of the "Rule-by the People-idea."       ���. .   -_1      .    ._.  Speaking on the role of .the Conservative- party,'Sorensen said at; wiU'-'brirfg  positive answers,;not criticism." -And on ;  the 'new image*- of the* party,,- he said,  "We're- gonna -show -'em- we can* swing,'  but swing in an intelligent manner,".*.  Reg. Board resignation  held off for afternafeY  REGIONAL Board director for AreSTB,"  ��� * Mr.  Archie Rutherford of Halfmoon  ' Bay, tendered his resignation;, f or| health.  reasons, to the*Sunshine Coast Regional'  Board last Friday, June'27 at the regular  monthly, meeting of the Board   .  Asked if-he had"an alternate in view,  Rutherford saicLhe had tried hard to find'  one* but ho "one in his area' appeared: interested, i  Complications appeared to be involved *  and resulted in .lengthy-discussion &�� to  .the technicalities of -^'resignation without >  an alternate director being available, 'this  was resolved -when- Rutherford 'agreed to,1  hoid his resignation in abeyance until such  (time an alternate-be found.   He. again '  pointed out that he .has been unable- -to  find anyone in. the .area prepared to stand.  Mr. Rutherford .unseated, .Mr. Norm'  Watson during' lasi.ejection. jo�� Directors  and Watson, who was one of the-original  directors and, the -.first. Board Chairman "  has, since taken His "place on'the Board as  Alternate to Mayor Bill Swain of Secheit.  Asked if he had been approached to'act  as alternate for-Ratherford,'he* told The  Times last weekend; "It' is the. "first 'I have  heard of Mr. Rutherford's retirement,-had  I been-asked'I would certainly havfe'considered it." -    ' {  y    " '  '  Advanced piloting  results announced  ���RESULTS  of the  examination  in* Advanced Piloting written by members  ' of the Sunshine Coast JPower Squadron  . have now been received.   * ' *  This course was' undertaken by eight  students in a study group under the,guidance of, John de Kleer with very satisfactory results.  Successful in obtaining-the A.P.stand- *  ihg were John and Aim- de Kleer, Dick *  and Marilyim'Ranniger, Werner and An-  nalies Richter and'Cliff andGlennaSala-  hub. Y -   "  Classes in these stimulating courses  will be organized in September. Plan now  to enroll and enjoy the confidence gained  by (the knowledge of safe boating practices.  f<mi  v*# *  ��� Wednesday^ July,.2/1969  The Peninsula Times  Page,8-5  1?  -*.*"*_    t ,i     ^-   ���*   -.-  1       ���*# "  ���v *-*���  i**-  \v  ,'i'i -,'  * *���  * _nW  ***_���  -   .  /  /Yy\  1  ' ���*>  r  ' %  ,<  \  \  1                           ���*  *  . ���*  1j  r>       i  '   r     *"*  *  .  .    ������ ��'  f  '**       ���  i.       *  i  ,   -  i  .                                    -  ,             '*.             1  /  , f.     . i  . .tn ��� r 1  .. .,,  >,  A/s.  f  ,'pi .  -F   W.  **-����.  \x ***" * '  t  I   *-**>,  HVff  *?*:  * > ���_  *    -J*  f  If  ,-?*.   "->',*        f %   ' i v       .  '_ .��*      i.  t J  J* *  I.-.-,,11.  ,..,..,f.'lM-  . ......-, ��-(. x.  ., ,    . . Golden.Anniversary   ' ,  Y     ,   ,  , Pioneet residents -of "Roberts CreeX . riage with ah Open House celebration  : Mr. .��nd Mrs." Peter' Edniuhds ��are   from 2 - 6 p.m. on Sunday, July 6 at  celebrating 0iy happy>;yeafs,of mar-   their.home at Roberts Creek.'   '   .  Golden wedding . . .  THI$ IS- the final week to. purchase tick-  ' '-et$ for'participation in ttie Pender-'H?ir-  bour Hospital Auxili-tjy Fishing- Derby to-  be held July-5 to July 8.Y  The $2.00 ticket must be purchased  ahead* -from bait, sales establishinents,  stores, motels or marinas^ in* ithe area, and  be presented with the f igh at the weigh-in.,  Official weigh-in station is at Indian  Island Marina and Auxiliary members  will-be at the station from 10 a.m. to 10  p.m. on Saturday and from 10 a.m. Sunday until' final-weigh-in time at 2 p.m.  Sunday. ��� .  Prizes will be awarded following! final  weigh-in' time and will be "as follows:  Largest salmon' ��� $100. Second lai-gest  salmon-���$50. Third largest salmon���Electric Smoker (L&btte Chief). Fourth largest  salmon���Rod and Reel,  Largest fish, other than a salmon���216  fathoms of .Polyethylene -braided line.  Hidden weights: Mustang floater jacket  -for_ ladies; Mustang 'floater jacket" for  men. Lucky tickets: ,Electric\tooth .brush,  Therma Serve Ware,Nite-Havi.k Lantern.  s   More prizes" are,'coming in-for hidden  weights and lucky ticket-holders,'anct to  be a lucky ticket winner, it js~ not necessary to. catch a salipon. " >7   r]  The Fishing Derby is a ,new verdure  for sucKya small Auxiliary as Pender Harbour and' members are hoping -that local  residents,'and tourists'wilt give their combined- support to ensure success. All  money raised goes towards, patient comfort andl care' at St. Mary's Hospital���so  please t^uy a dcket, weigh-in. a fish or try  your, fortune on .lucky numbers.  SMsm^ii:i��mgmtMS0sswsmimmMWt^^i^Ki^f0m'f''sm0  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  ���        *  WM JiMES  ������. rtffi����3i��5��a����^  years-'in community  -PIONEER 'residents of Roberts Creek, Mr.    Mrs. Edmunds recalls the happy meetings  and Mrs'. Peter Edmunds are celebrat-    held for many years'in-her homeland a_tso  ** -..        _**T     ���     . *' w��*      **���������* a*1*- __.*     ''���-��. * i_T t Jj i* *     - 1__._i'* ��J''j  . To-^ive those impressions,an attractive  ripple finish . . . drop a rebel.pebblein-to  tlfet placid pool of thought  ihg "their Golden Wedding Anniversary on  July-7YTo commemorate the^happy'.occa-  sion,.iin Open House ^celebration is being  planned fon Sunday,' July "6 from 2-6  p.m,' at their residence on Hall Road,  Roberts Creek. ���< *  . Since!coming to Roberts Creek, forty-  one years;ago, Peter and Gertrude'Edmunds .have played their part in helping  .the community grow. Mr. Edmunds who  served in the F,irst World War with 60Jh  Battalion,FM)r-treal, is a charter -member  of Gibsons Royal Canadian Legion Branch  109 but''is now a member of Branch 2,.  New Westminster.  " A powderman by trade, Mr. Edmunds  worked- in-the mine at Cobaftt, Ontario,  and also��-at Brittania Beach, B.C. Working for*- Colqmbia Power Company, he  ' helped install -the power poles along Highway -101.  ���'- -Vto/E<^_nunids has always, been active  in the community and in times of-sickness, families often called on her to lend  a helping hand, for nursing is her natural  gift. She is. a member of the* L~A. to  Royal'Canadian.'*Legion Branch 219;,'Suh-  shine Coast '.-Senior Citizens Branch- 69  .', and" the .United -Church.  ; yA -fofjher president of the V.O.N.; group,  in the homes of many, old ,time residents.  In the old, days before the .'Community  HalL was ,built,.. Saturday night -dances  were organized, in different homes, in the  area and families got together for a happy  evening which' lasted into,, the early hours  of Sunday morning. ' "None - or us had  very much money, in those days, but  everyone brought something and we' all  enjoyed ourselves," recalls Mrs. Edmunds.  Eventually as the community grew,  dances were held in the Community Hal.  built about thirty years ago by the Farmers Institute.  Mrs. Edmunds could write a book on  her adventures for she 'came to Canada  as a young girl, travelling alone from her  native Yorkshire in England! Ufa*. Edmunds was born in Newfoundland but  spent his youth in Sydney, Nova Scotia.  Married on July 7, 1919 in St. John, New  Brunswick, Peter and Gertrude Edmunds  came to Vancouver in 1926. They have  ���two daughters, Mrs. V. Laking and. Miss  Emma Edmunds; they lost their only son  in the Second World War. There are five  grandchildren and  two great-grandsons.  Wife to husband: "One of the trout you  were fishing for last weekend phoned and  left her number."  ,. '#. -F?    'Y,tf ,<i>" ' A i   n-'ji <���' .,'. 4--.. r,*    11. . .  R.Fji? ,yi) iffy . ���Mw   ���,yg, ,        f,  - ��� -'-''y.i<-jy^iw��mmrt*;.tmti��iii*i<ii,tMttuHu  nmimttwumfmHrmMrmMKMnwumKmmtKrmtmtiMUtiiinnmt^oimfMmmiwMuummmMwm  m.iiiwmjiumimwiwwwwi  iM"  WWWKllMtMl  ;fHil<i)HAl>rtH>twtWll|i.  m^,.._...  OPIMlQmWM LOCATION-!  "ASHIO  Formerly  (THRIFTEE LADIES' WEAR)  We invito our customers, old ond now, to drop  in and inspect oar ntm premises. You may ho  surd that you will receive tho samo per-  sonaljlxcd attention wo havo endeavored to  provide In tho past.  KBN and LORRAINE GODDARD  PHONE ��06^543  v  , > 1 . *  Bo So  VARIETY* &PAINTS  886-2615  Jr.*  4  m  ��WWf��>M����>����������WI����MMW����IPI��MllW>����P��P������1PWMWMMWM��W��  mmtw>*mrin****rtM*am*rm,iimHMmmimrm*MUVv��mtitmuwi���v<V"t1'}^>yi'mMU<iri  I'SSI  . 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y y_ . -Y 4M»y. Moiy Tinkley
' ANNUAL general meeting "of the Owners'
of Redrooffs Waterworks District was
-held on June 27'atthe residence of C. J; A.
Walton, with Dr. Joe Paine in the Chair.-
-In his report on "the condition of the
works, Mr.' Dalton said'thfe-extreme cold
of the past winter had created many prob-
w lems, -The system had been,frozen up for-
seyeral weeks and eventually if had been.
' necessary to install 609 feet of new pipe
to bypass a section of still badly frozen
..line. There was damage to valves and fit-
■*tings;ahd complete disintegration oi the
filter  system.   Twp" new sterilizers had
-  been installed but' to ensure -,sufficient
pressure, some water was being allowed
to bypass the sterilizers and it might be
found necessary to install another.
During this experimental .period users
were recommended.to take necessary pre-'
cautions. * It-was expected to be some time
before the Regional District would be in
a- position to take over the system, said
Mr. Dalton, and it would be necessary to
keep it operating until that time. *
A resolution was passed making water
tolls due April 1 and delinquent June 30.
Mr. James Foster was re-elected as a\
trustee and Mr. Carl Renix was elected to
fill the vacancy created by the expiry of
the term of Mr. C. J. Frederickson. Dr.
Paine expressed thanks to Mr. Dalton and
Mr. Don Gillis for all their work on behalf
of the District'
Despite the ' unseasonable weather, a
number of vacationers have arrived in
the area, full of optimism that there are
warmer days ahead.
-At their Redrooffs cottage last week
were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McPhalen of
Charles Leyland of Hamilton, Ontario,
has arrived to spend a holiday at the* home
of his son, Jack Leyland.
"Mr. and Mrs. W. H;-Fisher of Everett,
Washington, are vacationing at Eureka,
guests of Mrs. Fisher's sister, Mrs. Vera
Sallis. ' "
At the Stan Moffat's is a .former resident of Halfmoon Bay, Bob Nicholson,
with his son Gary.     .     „
Guests of Mrs. Eva Lyons" are" her
granddaughter, Arlene Chestnut, husband
Chuck, children Michael and Jamie'and
Chuck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill. Chestnut.
Canon A3an" Greene is recuperating
quietly at his home after undergoing surgery in the Vancouver General Hospital.
In Redrooffs to visit their father are two
of his daughters, Marjorie, from San Francisco and Catherine -Tuck, with son Alan,
from Summerside, P.E.L Mrs. Tuck has'
been visiting her brother, Alan Greene"
Jr. in Vancouver/Her husband, Rev. Bobt.
Tuck and their S-year-old daughter, Beth,
drove across the continent from Summer-
side in five days to join the family reunion. '      ,
.The ciraJGar tour by way of the Powell
River- Comox, ferry is proving a very
popular trip.' Last -week, Major and Mrs.
C. R. Greggs took the trip, staying at
French Creek and spending some time
browsing around Victoria, which is Roy's
birthplace, and visiting his old home
Another visitor to Vancouver Island
was Mrs. Ed. Surtees who visited her sister, Mrs. W. H. Gray of Cumberland and
attended retirement celebrations at Lonsdale for a former colleague.
.Mrs. M. Tinkley accompanied Mrs.
Olga Hynek of Cortes Island on a trip
to Vancouver. Among the people they
visited were the Morrice Hanley's at -heir
blueberry farm at Cloverdale and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Adams in their new home at
White Rock. '
Halfmoon, Bay's newest resident is the
8 lb. 8 oz, daughter of Roy and Carson
Doylevborn on June 28.
An armed service CO. was anxiously
awaiting news of the birth of his first
child. To evade the ban on personal radio
messages, he arranged for a friend at
headquarters to send him a coded signal.
In due course he received word that
"ra^iio spare part has arrived." Back signaled the CO.: "Reference spare part.
Please confirm if transmitter
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The Peninsula Timeo
Wednesday, July %, 1969
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Soames Point residents protest marina project
-PLANS by a compahy of developers to
* establish a commercial undertaking on
choice residential property at ¥ Soames
Point was brought to the attention of ihe
Regional Board last* week "hy two res.-,
dents of that -area.-   N ,   ; .
Spokesman,.Mr, Don Hoops ea^plained
•that a block of property at Soames Point
had recently changed hands and that it is
understood Ar-bo* Developers plan to de--
yeElop it as a commercial-recreatiob aiea
with :a - marina, coffee shop and other
facilities.- - It, is- also -believed that plans
call for a motel on the 3,34 acre site.
;." >It was suggested that such an undertaking will detract from the natujal
beauty of 4be area.   It is also felt that
there .are already a sufficient number of
such commercial properties in t_3e 'district.
■- Mr, Hoops commented -feat"residential
expansion-is inevitable,-at "the^Jeseni time
Jthe beach area provides excellent recreational, facilities which would be-ruined
with the proposed commercial project
Further, such a scheme would be in-competition* with the proposed'Gibsons waterfront development plans. /'Action, should
be taken now," he said
' It was explained that Bylaws are presently being prepared which' wiR~"permit
the Board to take, action -on such' proposals, in -the.meantime, the.area in question'ii gazetted lor residential only.- A
letter will "therefore be sent to Arbo De-
yelppers, informing-them that their plans
:, Herbicide being loaded into'two tanks
on either side of Okanagan helicopter
.during recent spraying along B.€.
Hydro rights-of-way is harmless io
man, animals, birds or fish, and will
not affect grasses, states B.C. Hydijo
Chairman, Mr. Gordon Shrum* in let-
■ter-to TJhe Times, this week. 'OOpter
was pictured at ^Municipal Airport
during spraying on evening of June
17th.       7
are in oonfJict with Board planning.
A meeting is-to be held.at the'home
of Mr. Hoops July 2 and will be attended
by Hon. Isabel Dawson. Three Directors
also agreed to be present and an invitation has been extended the press..
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