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 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C.  V8V 1X4  84.2  ! ��� -  ow you don't  by Judith Wilson  ' Transport Canada official, T.J. Berscheid orders crew members of the "Claire-Ann" to prepare to move  ���.the ship as the 20 minute regulation time for taking on water has expired. Captain Staudinger and his  .crew were warned that if the "Claire-Ann", moored at the loading/unloading facility on the Gibsons  ���wharf, was not moved they would face either forcible removal, fines or jail terms. -j��*ui wHmm *��>;.  The saga of the "Claire-  Ann" is beginning to resemble  the myth of the ghost ship, the  "Flying Dutchman", doomed  to sail the seven seas forever  without finding a home port.  As ��� reported * in the Coast  News last week, the "Claire-  :' Ann", a 79-year old former  ; light ship with a long and pro-  ��� ud record of service to mariners  : from the Gfhina Sea to the  1 Pacific Coast,, was possibly to  ; have found a home berth in  . Gibsons.  } In the last year she has been  ^ moved three times by Van-  * couyer port authorities and last  z- week she had to leave, Vancouver harbour. She was towed  -^jto Hopkins Landing but after a  ":j" two day stay, there was ordered  ' to move from the Esso wharf.  , x Local tugs ."Syringa" and  ; "Silver Gale" moved her to the  ; government wharf in Gibsons  v where she tied up at the  \ loading/unloading facility. An  ^official from Transport  -Canada informed the crew that  " they had 20 minutes under the  regulations to take on water.  Since they were unable to do  this in the specified time they  were ordered to make -arrangements to leave or the ship  would be forcibly towed away.  The master and crew were also  informed that they faced fines  or a possible jail term if they  disobeyed the orders.  The regulations ' are not  usually enforced so strictly but  according to Jack Copland,  town administrator, the  "Claire-Ann" posed a hazard  as she was not able to move  under her own power.  On Saturday morning the  same local tugs that had  brought the "Claire-Ann" into  Gibsons moved her to a new  berth on an island in Howe  Sound.  According to economiccom-  missioner Oddvin Vedo, who  had seen the potential of the  ship as a tourist attraction, she  arrived five weeks earlier than  expected and before arrangements for her could be  confirmed in writing.  The premature arrival of the  "Claire-Ann" on the Sunshine  Coast seems to have been partly due to financial difficulties  she was experiencing at her  previous berth in Vancouver.  The economic commissioner  had made arrangements for,the  ship to moor at Construction  Aggregates wharf near Port  Mellon but the crew found the  proposed berth unsatisfactory.  Oddvin Vedo stated' that  both the town of Gibsons and  the Ministry of Transport had  done all they could to help the  master and his crew. However,  failure to go through proper  bureaucratic channels, and to  accept the Port Mellon berth,  had created problems.,.'  Vedo's plans for the ship to  be used as a tourist attraction  in its refit stage and then as a  tourist vessel operating outof .  Gibsons were enthusiastically  endorsed by those who came to  the wharf to inspect the  "C!aire-Ann" during her sojourn-in Gibsons.  The appearance of the "Flying Dutchman" of legend was  a sign of imminent disaster. It  is to be hoped this fate is not  visited on those who have rejected the "Claire-Ann".  ���:���  I.  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast     25* per copy on news stands        ^y!y4jJ?83 Volume 37 Number 27 j  Cancer fighter has local tie  Model A circles the  incancer  V  When he was 18, he bicycled       .Malaysia,    Australia,,   N��w.  ~.JffJ5BBaftBK^^ {jidiaoiext .l^ .A  It's not every day that awfully.  '.restored 1928/Model A "Ford  arrives oh the Sunshine Coast.  And the one that pulled into  '. Sechelt last week" is special in  " more ways than one.  Stan Guignard, 62 year-old  father of Skookum Auto's  Mark'Guignard; will drive the  . cat around the world in an attempt to raise one million  dollars for the fight against  caricer.  His journey  will  lead him  and  his  Ford  to almost  40  countries,    covering   55,000  miles, and will take a year to  complete.  It is his effort to  combat   the   disease   which  claimed both his wife, Gladys,  and his mother.  ... Mr.  Guignard  left   Ronald  McDonald House in Toronto  on June 1, and on June 6 got a  colourful 'official' send-off in  North Bay, Ontario, near his  home town of Callander, when  an antique car parade accompanied..'.him 90 miles to Sud-  btiTy.    Police   convoys   have  escorted him into and out of  most towns as he has travelled  atphg -the   TransTCanada  Highway.  ^His :$20,000 fully restored'  car-,: complete with original  rejbuiit 1928 motor; cruises at  40-45 miles per hour, arid gets  2? miles per gallon of regular  g#s when loaded with all his  travelling supplies. He must  make" frequent gas stpps,  however, for the gas tank holds  Only, eight gallons.  ,-iMr. Guignard himself is able  to service the car mechanically  should Jt require any adjustments during his trip.  Special arrangements have  been made with his friend of 17  years, Ron Fawcett, of the  Fawcett Motor Carriage Cpm-  iparry of Whitby, Ontario, a  classic motor car restoration  v^orks, to fly any parts he  Innight require directly to him,  any'where in the world.  ��� ��fhis is not Mr. Guignard's  first Venture into the realm of  uriusuai long distance travel.  .tend the J939 Golden*Gate E^ ;  position in San Francisco.- vs" "  ���In 1947, Mr. Guignard and  his wife Gladys made a 5,000  mile honeymoon trip in a  Model T, promoting the Sudbury Winter Fair. They had  planned a round-the-world  tour in a Model T in 1966 to  promote Expo '67, but that trip  had to be cancelled when promotional monies from the  government were directed  elsewhere.  Mr. Guignard's 35-year  dream of travelling the  world is now coming true, and  with much support for such a  worthy cause. While he has set  aside over $75,000 for the trip,  many of his expenses are being  covered by sponsors such as  McDonald's Restaurants,  Goodyear Tire, and Gates  Canada Ltd. '  As well as free use of a credit  card for McDonald's, the president of McDonald'shas  presented Mr. Guignard with  'passports' to introduce him to  the owners of McDonald's in  every country he will visit, each  printed in the language of that  country.  Fie has had complimentary  stays in some of the best hotels  during his trip across Canada,  and his gas expenses are being  cbvered courtesy of Gulf  Canada. ;  A friendly and gregarious  person, Mr. Guignard has been  met with much warmth and  suppport wherever he has stopped on his journey, especially  from fellow members of the  Royal Canadian Legion. '  Thirteen year-old grandson  Lars accompanied Mr.  Guignard from Sechelt to Victoria, where he took part in the  Canada Day antique car  parade. Word has it that Lars  would love to travel farther  than ' that with his adventuresome grandfather.  The next stage of this round-  the-world venture takes Mr.  Guignard by ship to Tokyo,  Japan,   and   from   there   to  y .b'veV $80,000 has been raised  for his cause of fighting chancer  so far, ^nd anyone who would  like to support Stan Guignard's  efforts can send a cheque or  money order to the official  depot, the North Bay and  District Unit of the Canadian  Cancer Society, 368 Mclntyre  Street W., North Bay; Ontario,  P1B2Z1.  Stan Guignard, in Sechelt last week visiting son Mark and his family, will venture around the world in  1928 Model A Ford raising money for the Cancer Society.  Her fame worM-wide  Atwood visit  Whether as a fat, little girl  chosen to dance the mothball  part in her dance class' production of "The Butterfly  Frolic", or as a shy paleontologist thrown reluctantly into the midst of a suburban  couple's marital breakdown,  the characters pf a Margaret  Atwood story never fail to  sweep a. reader into and  through their irresistably At-  woOdian lives.  The lady with the ice-blue  eyes arid corrugated hair is a  master "storyteller. Her  meteoric rise in the world of  literature is unparelleled in  Canadian publishing history.  Her farrie is world-wide. She  has been compared to writers  Of the calibre of Joseph Conrad: arid James Dickey. Time  magazine has written of her,  "A really gifted writer...alternately satirical and lyrical, a  mistress, of controlled  hysteria." She has opened international doors for an entirely new generation of Canadian writers.       V . .  ��� On July 6, Wednesday, at 8  Pprii. in Elphinstone senior  secondary, Margaret Atwood  answers an invitation from the  Sunshine Coast Arts Council  by reading from her newest  work, "Murder in the Dark".  A dynamic reader, Margaret  Atwood is certain to excite and  intrigue her audience. Admission is $5.  On the Inside  ���y Matthews on dancercize Page Two  'x Auxiliaries wrap up.   .Page Three  Seafood Platter................... ..'���. Page Six  > Ferry schedule. ......... Page Eleven    j  Triathlon results. ...  ��� .rPage Twelve   J  Margaret  Atwood   will   appear  Elphinstone Gym, Gibsons.  Inlet Road closure  The Department of Highways informed the Coast News  this week that Inlet Road in Sechelt will be closed from July 11-15 'due to the installation of a culvert (weather permitting). A detour willbe arranged.  Live at Wharf Market  This coming Sunday, July 7, the Centennial '86 Market-  on-the-Wharf will present the fun and lively music of Ar-  mand Wold.  There will be food and craft booths, so bring the whole,  family down to the wharf this Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5  p.m. ���,,.-"  Teachers' leader says  we are unique  British Columbia Teachers' Federation president, Larry  Kuehn, was on the Sunshine Coast Wednesday, to speak to  the local teachers on the subject of cutbacks in'education.  He told the teachers that, "This district is unique," in its  underfunding by the ministry.  At that meeting, teachers voted by a substantial majority  to point out to the local board that with attrition and suggested reductions, sufficient money is available to pay the  contractual salary increase of three per cent.  Parker Defence Fund  Donations for the Maureeh Parker Legal Defence Fund  can now be made at any brancjh of the Bank of Montreal,,  on the Sunshine Coast. rx^j^X  More food needed  The Gibsons branch of the Sunshine Coast Food Bank  will distribute food on Wednesday, July 6, between 1 and 3  p.m. at St. Bartholomew's church at the corner, of  Highway 101 and North Road in Gibsons.  The Food Bank requests donations of food which can be  left at the bin in the Sunnycrest Mall. During* the last  distribution day; which helped 45 families, the Food Bank  ran out of supplies.  Naturalist picnic  The Sechelt Marsh Society invites all naturalists to a picnic (bring your own food) at Porpoise Bay campsite at 6  p.m. Saturday, July 9. Local underwater sealife movie  and owling after dark.  X  V  x '!���;  Xt   \  % j  -.���'���    5  V ("���  Coast News, July 4,1983  m  We must congratulate this year's crop of high school  graduates for. the constructive, responsible^ witty, and  cheerful manner in which they marked their high school  graduations.  At Elphinstone the primary indication of grad activity  was a safety crosswalk painted suggestively across to  Shaw Road from the shopping mall. Bearing the sardonic signature 'Grads '83', it indicated the grads know  there should have been one there long ago if the adults  could stop admiring themselves long enough to do  something sensible.  At Chatelech the grads were up to all kinds of imaginative hijinks, not one of them apparently of a permanently defacing nature to anything. In Pender Harbour we had the grads appointing safety chauffeurs  from the grade I Is for the evening's festivities.  Well done, grads. The,absence of the destructive activities and permanent defacements known in previous  years is welcomed wholeheartedly by the rest of the  community.';.";  Government  two-step  The recent evperience of the Coast-Garibaldi Board  of Health, which found itself with a serious staff shortage recently, is clearly instructive of the provincial  government's'approach to spending cuts in the public  service. ''.:���'���...'  First of all, lack of funding was responsible for what  one public health official described as a "dangerous  situation" in health services on the Sunshine Coast. The  situation was allowed to deteriorate to the point w'here a  half lime'.nurse was responsible for work previously,  done by three full-time nurses.  Alter lobbying by the Union Board of Health, the  government found funds to rehire Lwo nurses, which ap- ���  pears to-be the strategy of the government - to allow  situations to become critical and then restore some fun- /  cling.  The Sunshine Coast School Board may learn a lesson  from this experience and'intensify its lobby for restoration of funding. As unpleasant a scenario as this might  be, it's bound to.become common practice in the months and vears to come. I '  Cracks?  With Dave Barrett Well-chronicled in his favourite  role of- middle-of-the-road reasonableness shading  slightly lo the right at the recent troubled attempt by the  NDP to breathe some new'life into tired and discouraged troops in Regina, the. cracks'in-the. NDP-wall have  been publicly papered over.  There are deep divisions within-the party, however,  the prpduct.sofI.both geography and philosophy.  ;At:Regina the party succeeded in.keeping the cracks.,  papered over from tooniuch publfcK'ie\v^but.th"ey rc-  fmain. How .deep and whether spreading cannot yet tbe  ascertained: v '     -.;..  from the files of the COAST NEWS  5 YEARS AGO  Residents of Roberts  Creek���that unique little  burg nestled between  Sechelt and Gibsons-  are in the final planning  stages for their first annual community fair:  Roberts Creek Daze.  The Daze is one of the  many community events  happening. . to ..raise  money for future recreation facilities in the  Creek.  10 YEARS AGO  A fire, starting early  Saturday morning, completely destroyed  Elphinstone secondary  school centre block,  causing a loss estimated  at more than $1,500,000;  The cost of replacement  will be in tha vicinity of  $3,000,000:.   .:���   -.-.. .���'.;������  15 YEARS AGO  ������- It was a. grand .duly 1  for the Kiwanis club  Canada Day. celebrations. Under a cloudless  sky, with sufficient  breeze to be cooling the  82 degree heat, and  following a two-band  parade with floats, the  event was officially  opened in Dougal Park  by the Honourable Isabel  Dawson, minister '..  without:; portfolio in the  provincial government.,  20 YEARS AGO  Members of the Royal  Canadian Mounted  Police boat patroi. report  a great improvement in  the use of safety equipment in the viciniy. The  RCMP also note an increased volume bf traffic  "which'shows signs of.increasing even mors during vacation months.  25 YEARS AGO  The Coast News staff  was on vacation during  this week and no paper,  was published.^  30 YEARS AGO  According to a recent  release from. the  premier's office in Victoria, the Highway Ccn-  struction Company has  been given a contract of  $31,169 for the construe  tion of the road from-  Pender Harbour to  Agamemnon Bay, a  distance of 10.78 miles. .  35 YEARS AGO  The Union Steamship  Company's store in  Sechelt is getting an  thorough.face-lifting. Extensive alterations will  provide for an up-to-date  cash-and-carry grocery,  with, an order counter for  customers who come in  from distant points and  require additional service. V  The Sunshine   fiOAf f JffVS'  Editorial D��partma��n8  .John Burnside- ���   George Matthews  Fran Berger   ;. ��� Judith Wilson .  Account* Department'  . ,M.M. Vaughan  Circulation   Stephen Carroll  Advertising D*partim��nt  J. Fred Duncan        Jane McOuat  Production Dwpartmsnt  Lynn Lindsay     jack Bischke  . -���' ' .PatTripp  Copy setting  ���   Lise Sheridan  Gerry Walker      Zandra Jackson  The Sunshine Coast News is a co-operative, locally owned  newspaper, published on the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by  Glassford Press Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0 Tel. 886-2622 or  886-7817.  **,, Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702  ����ii  =>>   ~  Hrf.'  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He was a son of John Joseph and Jane Nickson, who with mpsl of their large family took up  residence on Ihe Trail Bay waterfront aboutl��04. Ralph, .brought stonecutters jo.Sechelt to quarry  granite from an area just above Highway 101 and east of the Norwesl; Bay Road, known as the old  quarry lease on l).Lv 4295 A. The stones were transported downhill in a dolly on tracks, which were  supported by a rock cribbing still visible in 1983. At the beach the stone blocks' were loaded on scows  and lowed lo Ihe Fraser River, where they were finished and used between Ihe .streetcar tracks on Vancouver, thoroughfares. Remnants of cut stone are sfill observable on Ihe shoreline, while local homes  have chimneysi fireplaces;.wells, etc: constructed from stones salvaged after Ihe quarry was abandoned. T.R. Nickson obtained a contract to supply rock for the breakwater af Victoria and he used Sechelt  granite for the purpose. However, the Sunshine Coast was too far distant so Ralph found anothcr  source, after which he took the quarry equipment away and never brought it hack. Norman Burley used lo watch the work at the quarry when.he was a boy and recalls that there were more deer killed there  on the first da> of the hunting season than anywhere else. Photo courtesy of Vancouver City Archives.  Caption h> Helen l)awel'.��  damage in him.yet for the parly he seeks to serve.  Barrett, reminds me of all  the social democratic leaders I  have known who in office  found pragmatism more im-  ppj^tit?thairi.princip.e.:;t arm  remhito  donate)', *\TlTe"':TnLa.bbufr parTy  -.Lj.leader.itiipr.eat^Bnjalii^-b^fore  the war, who was so entranced  with his relationships with  royalty and aristocracy in  power that he forgot why.he  had got there.  Most of all I am reminded  of Harold Wilson, Labour  prime minister in the 1960s in  Great Britain, a great friend of  the Queen, a Liberal in university, a man who could speak  convincingly about the need  for social democrats to have  'fire in their bellies' but who  finagled and manipulated, as  Barrett does, to the point  where-he douses the flame of  reform.  j can remember bellowing  on a hilltop in 1966 in Dawson  City,"You can't negotiate <  with Ian Smith," as Wilson,  too clever by half tried to deal  pragmatically with the illegal  racist declaration of in:  dependence in the. country  now called Zimbabwe, which  had to go through a civil war  that could have been avoided  had Wilson acted on principle  and treated Ian Smith as a  criminal.  There have been social  democratic leaders who did act  on principle.-'-when in power:  > Clement Atlee in Great Britain  and Tommy Douglas in  Saskatchewan. I cannot  believe that Dave Barrett can  or will and I am watching him  become a figure in the national  NDP with some considerable  ' misgivings.  Somewhere   around. here  ..I've"got the address, of the *  Green Party.  "'r T^M^mfy^'^c '  Barrett, ���XyeiAv.ere.B'pllv-cf^  the parking;lot beside,theWew  Westminster ���^'���Areha.-^jUwas  drawn to- one of the: few  political meetingsvl have attended, and lie was oh the programme as the third speaker  behind provincial, leader Tom  Berger arid the new. star; in the  NDP sky, the newly clectedfed  Schreyer from Manitoba.  ;<  It was not a momentous  meeting. Our paths crossed  and we were obviously  heading for tfie'same .meeting  so we nodded hello. I was-rievv .-.  to B.C. at ahe time and had  never laid eyes on the mail iibr  heard his name before:    ,i>  Later, watching7 him oniiflie  platform, I was most impressed. He spoke third and niade ���  Berger and.Schreyer "seem colourless and pedantic..''That's  the man to watch,"Tthought.  / Now, 14 years later; I'mrstill  watching him, but I must confess it is with something of a  jaundiced eye. J      7  Oh, I still admire Barrett the  platform speaker. He is simply  brilliant, alvyays entertaining  and often very 'funny indeed.  But since December-1975, I  haven't trusted him as a leader  of the party that' has; had my  support since y I.-' came .to  Canada. When he called the  election in December 1975, I  thought he had panicked. I  thought, further, that he had  made all the mistakes that a  reform govern mentis prone to  make after years in opposition;. ; ���'y:yy' y'���  There were sOmeV other  mistakes he had made, too, it  ^seemed to me, which were a  good deal more troubling than  the: tendency ip. try to ac-  cbmplish -too much in too  short a time,    v: ^  Barrett   in   power  tried  to  emulate the style Of7 the man ���  whom   he   had   watched   in  government for a dozen years. \  He took unto himself, in the  W.A.C. Bennett fashion, the  powerful position of fjnance i  minister as wellas, premier;  though   he   had   frequently :  criticized Bennett for! so doing  in  the.'Iegislatu.r|5-.-;,..;.-Thiis im-.;,  m<ersedtin two full-time jobs,  -  he failed to do his principal  job properly and presided Over  a   cabinet   which   had   some  totally inappropriate appoint-   ;  ments  that  went; unchanged  virtually    throughout:  the  NDP's three years in power.  Don't tj|jstake met^here  were enough -serisible and worr  thwhile things done or attemp-  , ted during that three years to  cause me to be canvassing  along Lower Road in Roberts  Creek in the chilling rains of  December, 1975. But I already  had my doubts about Dave  Barrett.  I felt that he should have  definitely moved over and  made room for a new leader  after his second defeat by Bill  . Bennett but the party, yielding  to the cult of personality it is  supposed to oppose, felt that  we couldn't do it without good  old Dave. Nothing that happened in the last few years of  oppositionand in the last campaign persuaded me to believe  in Dave;Barrett,  Most of his successes lately  have come in intra-party  power plays. In Trail, in  Kamloops, in Vancouver East,  charming Dave has: shown  himself a down and dirty  political, fighter in the  backrooms of politics.  This in  itself is no great  criticism.   So   was   John   A.  Macdonald and all other men  ���who   have   won   and   held  power.  But Barrettls emergence at  the recent NDP convention in  Regina where once again he  was a factor in softening the  image of the NDP and heading  Off those whose sense of  idealism burns more brightly,  leads me to believe that the  roly-polyv: wittyX little :man  from:; Vancouver   has   great  p  W^w ��� ^-  t  IVA'A-'A.MAl.lM.tH....^. ^.^  In Almond Trees  Trees  In almond trees lemon trees  wind and sun do as they please  Butterflies and laundry flutter  My love her hair is biond as butter  ~ Wasps with yellow Whiskers wait  for food beside her china plate  X Ants beside her little feet  are there to share what she. will eat  WhoXchbpped down the bells that say  the .world is bbrn again today  We will feed you all my dears  this morning or in later years.  ln\^l^\\\X\V��.\\W.".\*>,��Jl*L^^^  Leonard Cohen-  \  Real men don't dancercize;:  jog  - maybe,  pump iron: -'  perhaps,  chop Wood - 'pro-:  bably;  but dancercizihg-is: a  female invention, designed to;  make    men    look-sillyv:  Somebody once said that ���God;  made women without a sense '.  of humour so they could' jove  men without laughing at them. :  Dancercize  has  no  sense of���;  humour. :        ,v-     :  . Being healthy and fit is fine  -in moderation^ But watching:  some female who looks like an  anorexic weight; lifter working  out   a  dozen  sweaty  muscle;  bound   men   is   down';��� cright; ���  humiliating: There aire certain :  things the male body is.o not .  designed to dO: the ankles ido  not belong behind the head; if :  God meant men to touchjjheir ;  toes while keeping their legs  straight,   He   wouldn't -.jhave  given them knees; running, on  the spot is neither graceful;Jior  utilitarian.        ; y:  Dancercize not only lacks  humour, it's dangerous.,,My  roommate was laid up for a  week with a bad back. A .coworker had to wear -a cast, on  her leg for two weeks. The  cause Of this carnage you a,sk?  Dancercize, The human spine  is not a piece pf rope - knees  are only supposed to bend.<>ne  way; Why don't these inanics  realize this; ^  But by far the most unpleasant part of the whole dancercize phenomenon is the .''gee  whiz" jolly familiarity of-.the  participants - dare I, sav  "jockularity"? .-v  Nobody in dancercize has a  last name. "Hey Bill! Wendy  and Susie are going to show, us  this really peat exercise and you  and Cindy can even do -it.; at  home'". on your waterbed."  Yuk? It's all too ���"grpoyy'.'ibr  me.    ��� ,- ;7. r-;��  No last names appareiwly  assures some kind of anonymity that goes along with7Jhe  desire for homogeneity. I think  ��� -,:ih6'y aUTeatthe garner,fppefr^o.  ;   BeS'n curd and wheatgerm are  big items. Tviung bean saiid-  ,s-wishes,. slprou|s��;and^-I6t|��'of  ^fiBrearievih'igh oh ih&list pjPcpn-  vefsation topics. It's no viptfder  they're so thin.  The only individualism permitted in the dancercize set is in  the colors of work out suits.  Stripes are mandatory; buf,the  colors can vary. Polka dots"4re -  a  no  no..' They don't   sweat  either. If your average dancer-.".  cize leader sees a 220; ppurid  man in a sweaty gray track sjiit  :.  she'll work:him till he dro'ps.  No.  I'll stick with the'^Id-  tried and true exercises tHai)k  you very much; a couple bf ;  dozen sit-ups between beets,' a  few push-ups during half.tinSe  of the football game, or maype  a    five   mile   run  .befo're:  breakfast. No communal griyi:  ting and groaning for me^. I  :  prefer to sweat and wheez Jin  private. Besides, I don't lpbk  :  good in Danskins. .   ,'  Speaking of lacking a sense  of humour, governments tbese  days don't seem to have mli��h  of a sense of fun. There's;Ho  romance or adventure in either  our elected representatives^v^r  ��� their bureaucrats and officials.  Maybe that's why people areilj't  much interested in gOvei^fi-  ments any more; they're bqV-  ing- :"^  A classic case in point .'was  the expulsion of the "Claire-  Ann" from the Gibsons Harbour last week. What old sailor  or child, or cynical old  newspaper man for that matter, wouldn't be excited by the  prospect of viewing a great old  ship. But apparently, our tp.\$n  council and officials werer^t  amused by the appearance^ j|f  the grand old lady in our fiM-  bour. ������, jj  I loved it. I Walked all bv(cr  her, top side and below" detkjs.  The old girl reeks of adveritijne.  She's a bit dovvh at the h$lis  . mind you and tempofarily,-ft��-  mobilized but her luxuriahro!(d  staterooms; and cabins ,>ai;e  wonderful reminders of an-anSe  bellum era... found only ' Sh  books.   ';:'.-. J��  I.guess the town govemme))t  has a duty to be skeptical ar)]d  to prevent erribarrassmenjjs  from being visited upon the f4jr  name of Gibsons, but I'm su*e  some old sailors, sm^ll  children, and at least one" o$d  cynic won't quite uriderstahd  why the old ship was sent  away.  W.  if-  I:  'it  : .(���'  '4  &:  xxr  -,?���-:  lit'  1  I  I  j's  1  I  I''  I  I  I-  I  I  "1:  I  si-  '1  I  f  :1%  i?p;  ���1(1  H  i  %���  i  I  a-  I- .  tze; -  1  -"  iro-  > a  to  ly.-  Jod '  nse '  ove  ;rrt.  oP  rme  ing:  air  ing.  scle;  ght  ain  not  ido  ; if  leir  legs  ave  on  nor  cks  My  r a  coon  rhe  sk?  line  |CCS  .)ne  lies  ea-  :er-  gee  the  say  :1k  s a  idy  ',us  /ou  ..at  i"  for  ltly  mi-  ^rie  ink  bo.  M.     ���  are  nd-  *oi  on-  'der  >er-  s in  its.  the ..'���  Arc  ������* .  eat  :er- :  ihd  ,6it  ��,   '  $d  \\\k  >f.: -  liir  irhe  ype  o're:  iin-:-  ��1  :Jih  5bk ���:  it  Editor,  I would like to speak out on  behalf   of   the   unemployed  teachers in this district, particularly those who held tem-  *- porary appointments last year.  ���-_���!��� attempted to do so at the  -  -SCTA   meeting   Wednesday  -.^���afternoon, but due to emo-  K rtional  stress  was  unable  to  ���>: speak clearly.  .y.'. ��� The SCTA have been strong  L-c {supporters of maintaining cur-  Vsfirent staffing levels for next  X >cyear; and have met the board  lir.many times to support this de-"  ��o mand. We, as,teachers, have  fought long and hard to rhain-  ?i; J tain staffing levels in spite of  ���->:;irepeated budget cuts because  ,��<i�� we believed it was important  M;;iand in the best interest of the  y ^children we teach. Why is this  j ri^po longer the case? ���  .Tij   I agree in principle that the '  iM.teachers deservea three per cent  yoincrease in pay;this year'. But   ���  at what cost! Our president  has often talked about cuts  that won't really hurt.  Unemployed teachers have  been hurting all year because  of last year's budget cuts. The  SCTA's proposal is to  decrease the staffing level  from 181 teachers to 174.3  teachers means that 6.7  unemployed teachers will not  be hired next year to replace1  those going on leave or retiring;'-:; ; rxXy :';:-; '���-..,..;'  Working teachers who have  . never been unemployed cannot possibly understand the  emotional stress and feelings  of devastation the unemployed  teacher feels. The unemployed  have suffered enough! We  need jobs, not pay increases  for those who are already  working:  Colleen Brigden  9s auxiliary  Coast News, July 4,1983  Late ferry support  i rj-i  H'���  t  I;:  n  w  'fr',  ft  fc'J  1  >o  ;.!���  Editors Note: A copy of the  following letter was received in  this office. ;,  Mr. John Shaske:       '  We are writing this letter to  add- our support to maintain;  the present ferry schedule year  round. Not just "during, the.  summer months.  We have a total membership  of 616, most of which would  make good use of the late ferry  to attend the following: 1. Van- -  couver Canuck Games 2.  Whitecap Soccer ��� Games 3.  B.C. Lions Football Games 4.  Concerts 5. Schooling 6. Bingo  7. Dinner/Dancing 8. Movies  9. Parks, Aquarium,  Planetarium 10. Late night,  meetings 11. Late night con  nections y:y home from  business/holiday travel.  \; Most of our members have  been quite: put out because of  the winter ferry schedule as  they have been unable to attend  their favorite sporting events,  late night bingos or just to go -  to Vancouver for a night of  dining and dancing for a  special evening:  There is a definite need for a  late night ferry arid we support  your motion wholeheartedly.  Sechelt Indian Band Council  Chief Stanley E. Joe  Councillor Lloyd Jeffries  Councillor Clarence M. Joe  Councillor Tom Paul  Councillor Benedict Pierre  Timber Days thanks  ���Editor,  ���: This letter is to convey to  'you our thanks for your participation in the annual Timber  Days   festivities.   Thanks   for  helping  to  make! this  year's  ' -event the best ever. Due to peo-  ! pie like yourselves, each year is  r'and   will   be   more   fun   for  everyone. We hope to have  your support in the future also.  After all, it is the participants  and sponsors that make events  such as these a success, thank  you once again.  D#rothy Goeson  Chairman  Daze  helpers  needed  Editor,  This year the Hall Committee of the Roberts Creek Community Association plans to  present; Roberts Creek Daze  once again. This year the event  will take place on Saturday, July 23, beginning with a parade  pri Hall Road, followed by  children's games, races, and  various contests taking place at  the mouth of the creek.  there will be a variety of  food available, and lots of fine  music performed by local artists. On Saturday night the  Daze will close with another'  Mr. Roberts Creek contest, at  the Community Hall.-  We need volunteers to help  with every, area of .this event.  We would also > like to have  crafts; and different foods and\  juices available. If you would-  like more information please'  call ihe following numbers: Sue*  at 885-2972, Diana at 885-2087,  Randie at 886-9324, Chris at  885-5206: If you would like'to  hejp put with, children's games  (these  include  canoe  racing,  sandcastle   building,   greased  pole  climbing  and  the  like)  please call Allison at 885-7459.  For information regarding  Mr. Roberts Creek please call  Ken at 886-2843.  The money made from these  events is used by the Hall Committee to maintain and preserve,  the Roberts Creek Community  Hall, a building our community has found to be a valuable  centre for entertainment and -  community events for almost  fifty years. -  There will be another Dazer%  meeting   at   the   Community \  Hall next Wednesday, July 6 at  7:30 p.m.  The Hall Committee  enit}g��  > s  Still lots going on at hall  by Gladys Coates  ���    All organized activities are  ;bver until September, but in  LjHarmony Hall there is plenty  ^going on.  ';". Due to the metal roof in the  ^building and a lack of insula-  ]J\6n and ventilation, we have  had a problem with condensa-  i tion, so the men'got their  Vheads together and decided a  ;'false ceiling was the.answer.  p.Ed Connor dyw up plans for  ���X-A truss type filing, and with  :'Jtill Martin ni charge of construction, a work gang con-  .iisting of Dick Fitchett, Norm  V Lambert, Alex Stevens, Roy  \-.Jaylor, Al Ellingsen, Jens  '' Tolborg and others proceeded  '"with-the work.  Jhrough the Lottery Fund,  .we obtained a grant of $7,933  .Vtp assist in the building of an  ((addition to the hall, and we  v'now have a 24 foot by 40 foot  '.���ijnnex.   Ed   Connor,   having  Returned   from   a   trip   to  ..England, Scotland and the Isle  .of Man, is busily building cupboards and tables so we can  proceed with ceramics classes  dome the opening of the fall  pool table, which was donated  by Julius Sbrenson, and leaves  space for activities- of all  kinds, without interfering with  the regular doings in the main  hall. A generous donation  from Helen Thurston will buy  the needed chairs and other  furnishings for the annex.  Last year was a busy one at  Harmony Hall, and we hope  in the coming years to see the  hall used even more. AH you  folks who say there is nothing  to do in Gibsbns are welcome  to join our group���-there is  something for everyone���carpet bowling, ceramics, pain  ting, dancing, card playing,  bingo, pool table, dart boards,  a singing group, regular monthly bus trips to the mainland,  and,i f we can get enough people interested, an exercise class  could be formed.  We have talented people  who are willing to give their  time to help seniors to help  themselves to a fuller,  healthieri more satisfying life.  All are welcome, so come join  our happy gang of friendly  folks.    ' ���  See you in September; first  regular meeting September 12,  2 p.m".        .  ,sj?ason.  "''���' This room also houses the  ���y. -  1  Hi  iVl  s  1  a  i  l  4  I,  iano  European  Antiques  Giftsand  Leather  School 8.  Gower Pt. Rd.  Gibsons  &86-7370  Directors of the Sunshine  Coast Scholarship, Bursary  and Loan Society met on June  20 to consider applications for  the. bursary which they offer to  a student from the Sunshine  Coast who is attending a post-  secondary7 educational facility  beyond the' first 'year. The  society is committed to one  $500 bursary, funds permit-  ���'ti"p'. ���.'���'���'."...  '.- ��� ���  Iwci/e applications were'  comjdered and three bursaries  were awarded of $300 each.  It is not a requirement that  bursaries be repaid: However,  it is hoped that students who  have: benefited from bursaries  will be willing, when employed  to make a 'donation to the  society to help future students  from our area..  The functioning of the Sunshine Coast Bursary and Loan  Society depends upon interest  accumulated pri funds offered  by organizations and individuals for educational purposes - income tax free. .  If any organization wOuld  like to have a speaker at their  meetings please contact either  Mrs. Rankin at 885-9787 or  Mrs. Richter, at, 885-3394.  Skookum  DURADEK  The only waterproof deck  covering that won't crack or  peel.  Ken Devries &.. Son  886-7112  Mark Guignard  ' My customers keep me so busy...  :���{���'. you customers will have to start ��(riting the  jokes. If your entry is chosen���you win a free  lunch at Pebbles; (value $10.00)    /   ��� '.  ���  1981 TOYOTA TERCEL  .-���'������ ;. 4 Door Model  '  4 cyl.. automatic transmission, power brakes,  radial tires, split/fold down rear seats    ���  1975  FORD  CAMPER  SPECIAL  with HUSKY CAMPER  ' Well equipped, truck has power steering,  power brakes, automatic transmission, only  46,000 miles  sr V ; $5,495  HOT LINE 885-7512  Skookum Auto  Dealer 73B1 Sechelt   ,  by Peggy Connor-.  The six branches\ of St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary held  their final meetings until  September, this month.  This only means the  meetings; the volunteer work  still carries on: the gift shop in  the hospital, the Thrift Shop on  Cowrie Street in Sechelt, and  most importantly the inser-  vices.  Volunteers are urgently  needed for the physiotherapy  department. They assist the  patients to the physio,department, plus other related jobs.  Anyone wishing,to donate their  time contact^. Billy Steele at  885-2023.      v- \   x  Baby sets are needed for the  gift shop, especially white.  , Phone. Mary Bannerman  885-9562 for wool; the wool is  supplied by the auxiliary and  volunteers do the knitting.  Many fine-knitters support the  auxiliary this way.  Congratulations; to St.  . Mary's Hospital staff on being  awarded another three year ac-  credkatibn; ; V;  ��� The Roberts Creelc branch,  had 19 members; at. their June  19 meeting.; The most pressing  business was the bursary they  give for a student entering  training for any branch of  medical qr veterinary service.  They voted,; $400 arid as their  president was' ��� not free, Flo  McSavaney kindly; Offered to '  make the preseritation to  Amber Wolansky.  Raffle tickets for the Early  Bird Boutique iri the fall are  going  well.  All  posters   are  ready and the schedule for Gibsons and Sechelt malls are  finalized.  They and the rest  of the  ^branches   extend   congratulations to Pauline Lamb on her  election as area representative.  The auxiliary picnic at Camp  Olave was voted the best ever  and reports given by the  delegates to the recent  BCAHAA convention both informative and entertaining.  Roberts Creek will be starting Merry-go-round bridge  this fall. Will anyone interested  contact Moira Richter  885-3394. Next meeting is  Septernber 12. '  The Sechelt!branch of St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary held  its meeting pri Thursday, June  9 at St. Hilda's Hall. A student  has been chosen.to receive the  Sechelt branch's bursary at the  June "graduation ceremonies.  The bursary was awarded to  Jill Flumerfelt at Monday's  graduation ceremonies.  At least 1496 hours were spent  by members in. service for the  hospital. The annual spring  luncheon was a great success  socially and financially..  The Sechelt branch summer  bake sale will be held in the  mall on Thursday .July 14 at 10  a.m. Members are asked.to bring their donations of food in  at 9 a.m. for pricing.  A person is needed to look  after the: Merry-go-round  bridge tournament. The job entails setting" up schedules and  keeping track of the games.  The tournament starts off with  a bridge party in the fall, and  one at the end of the season. If  you are interested in the whole  concept or willing to do one.  part contact Betty Laidlaw at  885-9405. This project raises a  lot of money for the hospital as  well as providing fine bridge  for the participants.  The July party for the Extended Care Unit will be hosted  by Port Mellon. The August  celebration for the unit will be  up to the Sechelt branch. Both  branches have plans for eriter-  tainment well underway but  their members might check to  see if their help is needed..  Halfmoon Bay wilt serve  chili and'eoffee at the Country  Fair of Halfmoon Bay, Connor  Park on Saturday, July 23 starting at noon. Then on August  1.3 they plan a flea market at  Welcome Beach Hall.  Fitness  Co-op  start  by Dania Gaulin  Our fitness efforts are off to  an exciting start.  The July - August program is  on at the times and places  below.  Come on out. Roberts Creek  school gym: Tuesday, 9 a.m.;  Thursday, 9 a.m.; Sunday  ��� 10:30 a.m. Gibsons elementary  school gym: Monday, 6:30  p.m.; Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.  Bring runners, spirit and a  friend. ���' ���  PEOPLE  COME FIRST AT  PRICES EFFECTIVE:   WED., JULY 6th - SAT., JULY 9th  8MCEIIY  II.G.A. - Reconstituted  APPLE JUICE  PEPSI or StVEfil UP  (Libby's - All Varieties  beans :,.:.:........  ���Scot's - Imported  [MARMALADE  II.G.A.   Random Cut  CHEDDAR CHEESE  .4802. 1i19  I 2.1.89  Plus Deposit  . i4oz. .79  .250 ml 1.39  10%  off Regular Price  TABLERITE MEATS  LG.A.  ICHEEZ SPREAD  IG.A;  ORANGE CRYSTALS  [Darr  chocolate chip  cookies;  I Upton's  SOUP MIXES .  I.G.A,-Infant  I BABY FOOD  JHefnz, .*������  SHIM ATO JUICE  (Shrimp - Tomato)  I ED; Smith  APPLE or RAISIN  PIE FILLING......  imported  SARDINES    LG.A;  DOG or CAT FOOD;  I.GA. - Blue . ���   ���  __  POWDERED DETERGENT. 61 3.29  [Wish - Heavy Duty Liquid  LAUNDRY DETERGENT     11 2.99  Muskol - Aerosol  INSECT REPELLENT.   .125 g 3.69  .SOOgm 2.89  .3x3V, oz. .89  .. 400gm 1.99  2s .99  4.75 bz. 2/.79  ,.;.;. 48 oz. 1.99  19 oz   1.49   y2s .59  15 oz  3/1.00  Boneless      .< > r op.-.-p-^;-,,'.,:-,  BLADE STEAKS (ib. $2.09) kg 4.61  Canada Grade A Beef - Tablerite Quality  BONELESS SIRLOIN  TIP STEAK.  :      . (lb. $2.99) kg 6.59  Marinate &B.B.Q.  Medium yy  GROUND BEEF    (ib $1.99) kg 4.39  Superior, By The Piece  SIDE BACON        (ib. $1.99) kg 4.39  End Cuts  Captain Cabin - Boneless  SMOKED HAM   . (ib.$3.59)kg 7.91  Vac Pack 1/2s  PRODUCE  California Choice  LEMONS ....:  #1 Fresh Local  ICEBERG LETTUCE  #1 Local Hothouse  LONG ENGLISH  CUCUMBERS  115s 4/89  /..each .49  ...each  .79  FROZEN FOODS  Niagara  ORANGE JUICE  Gramma Martin's Little  APPLE PIE ... .  Wesvale - Fancy Sliced  STRAWBERRIES.  ...341 ml .79  .225 gm 1.19  ..15oz. 1.39  WVml  PENDER  HARBOUR  POOL  SCHEDULE  Early Bird Swim  Public Swim  Public Swim  Public Swim  Public Swim  MWF 8-00-900a.m. - Public Swim      Sat.8, Sun. 6.30-8:30 p.m.  MT WTF 1200-1:00 p.m. FamilySwim               Sun. 2:00-4:00 p.m  Sat 2 00-4:00p.m. AdultsOnly          M.T.W.T.8:a-4 30p..n  MTWTF 630-8O0p.m. Adulttt'nTeens         Friday 8:00 ��� 9.30 p np.  Sat 200-400p.m. LadiesSwim             T.&T. 1:00-200p.m.  ^(-M^iJIlLt PUDIIC3WIU1 �����......���     p ^^  Many lessons & specialized sessions are ottered. Please phone 883-2612, (or more intormatiotF"  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park ��� 883-9100.  IWe Rasene His RlgM To  Limit Quantltlas.  !:���  w  %���  pivJWiM^ie��pHj!^^v44ii^<^^^^.^^it^ Coast News, July 4,1983  Haifrriborr B^y Happeniri^^  Dr. Wendy MacLeod and her brother John MacLeod graduated on  the same day recently' from (he University of Capetown. They are  the children of Dr. Ian MacLeod who recently visited his mother  Mrs. Margaret Jones of Gibsons.  by Ruth Forrester 885-2418  WELL DONE KIDS   v  It was an evening of great excitement for some twenty  school children from Gibsons  to Halfmoon Bay last Monday  night at Welcome Beach Hall.  The hall was filled with mums,  dads, grandparents and friends  who had come to see their little  ones perform on stage, complete with mikes - a first experience foremost ,'pf^ them.  They are members oi>a group  of "whom you can expect to  hear much more, by the name  of "The Mini-Mob".  Nikki Weber- has been  coaching this group of^keen  youngsters for several .months  now-and the results of all these  weeks of practice ,we're evident  in the performance which -was  so beautifulK presented by  Nikki.    -," .        .   '   . '     ,  The programme opened with  a select-ion Ol" songs by*, the  whole group - mostly rock type  of numbers .-' quite different  Blane Hagedorn and the Staff of  Super\folu  wish to thank all the Craftsmen whose fine  work completed the expansion of our store  so quickly.  We also thank our many customers for  their patience during our renovations.-'  Super-Valu-  We are pleased  to have assisted With  the expansion of your facilities.  n��  Ron Service  Builder Ltd.  885-9297  253-6601  ALEX GAIR & SONS LTD.  Restaurant Equipment & Supplies  GO  fl00%*  ** 886-2765    Howe Sound Distributors Ltd.  Carpet-Cabinet  Ceramic Centre  Blair Kennett  G&  ��oC  etV  ^o^ini I FT  ST " j LAMBERT ELECTRIC LTD.  Bob Lambert  886-8151  from the usual school songs,  and the kids evidently enjoyed  every moment and every song.  They are a really lively and  happy group and it all came  through in their music.  Following the opening  .numbers the mothers of the  group * sang a parody on  "You're the Cream in my Coffee", but their words went  along the lines of "You're the  Ring in my Bathtub". The  youngsters got a real charge out  of this number as it came as a  complete surprise to them.  The programe continued  with a solo by each member of  the group and the selection of  songs was wide and wonderful.  They had been allowed -to  choose their own solo and it  was fun to listen to the variety"  of voices and presentations of  the wide selection. The program came to a close all too  soon but had a delightful finale  when the parents joined with  the children in a couple of fun  dances .- the .bird dance and  Viva Espagna.  Nikki". presented each  member with a beautiful cer-  ��� tificate scroll which had been  printed and drawn, up by  Kaiherine Kelly, and they in  turn presented Nikki and accompanist Connie Wilson with  some beautiful bouquets and  gifts. The whole delightful affair wo'und up with punch and  lots of goodies to eat'. The  group has a rest for the summer holidays but will start in  the fall and get down to serious  business as Nikki has plans to  have them perform at Expo 86.  The talent and material is certainly there, and with Nikki's  coaching they will be a big hit  wherever they go.  COUNTRY FAIR  A couple of events that 1  missed out in the last column  which will take place at- the  Halfmoon Bay Country Fair,  on July 23 are* the three mile  race and the new horseshoe  pitch events.  The help of someone who is  a bit of an expert on horseshoe  pitch tournaments would certainly be appreciated. If you  are such a person and are. willing to help and at the same time ��  gel-iri "on sortie Tun you ctfuld  give J-arry Reardon a call.  He'd be elad to hear from you.  A LOT OF HEART  A friend of mine bought  some nice fresh chicken which  was on special last week.  Nothing unusual about that,  except that when she went to  cut it up she found a total of  seven hearts inside it. That's a  chick with a lot of heart.  A "Hopping Race" was only one of the events for kids at  Douga! Park, Gibsons on Canada Day. -n.��B��j*n*oi��  Gwen in Gibsons  Cavalcade update  b> Gwen Robertson, 886-3780  TALENT CONTEST  In my column, June 20, 1  said, "Dan Tohill has ihe  talentt contest underway." 1  goofed!! Nikki Weber has the  talent contest underway. Dan  Tohill started the Great Sunshine Coast Talent Contest  four years ago, and it has since  been an excellent feature of  the Sea Cavalcade. Due to circumstances beyond his control, Dan will not be present  this year and will not be able  to give much assistance.  Nikki Weber, who handled  the major portion of the show  last year, is in charge of .this  two-day event. Her troupe of  musicians, dancers and comedienne, will again delight us  this year. Nikki "is in the midst  of auditioning the entries and  if you missed the July 2  deadline, and wish to participate, you may still be able  to get in there. Call me immediately.  PARADE  When    decorating    your  Super-Valu  The expansion and renovation of Super Valu, Gibsons,  has resulted in 6,000 square  feet more shopping space iii the  store. /.--������'���  Owner Blane Hagedorn is  most pleased with the new, arrangements, and told the Coast  News there is more grocery  area - each gondola has been  floats for the Kinsmen parade,  and find that you have not  enough : pompoms, they are  available from ihe 'senior  citizens in Sechelt, (1 mislaid  the telephone number) at' a  reasonable rate. '  This year the" Sunshine  Coast will host International  Girl Guides, July 27-August 4.  with ten countries-taking'part  including the United States,  and they will bepa/ticipa'ting  in the Kinsmen parade.  WHARF MARKET  Those who wish to have a  booth on the wharf this year,  should contact the market  committee at 886-2306 or  886-7355 in order to secure  space. The rental this year,  will again be $1 per square  foot. Should the concessioner  wish to make use" of the  Centennial '86 kiosk, there  will be an additional $?5,  payable to Centennial '86, (jor  the weekend. The renter would  be responsible for pick-up and  delivery as well. There is* a  deadline for rental space, July  23. -     ' ���   -*     "  j  extended by twelve feet, mode  dairy and warehouse space, ja  larger meat section with evejn  more variety, and double the  frozen food area. X'-'XX'iy  The exterior for the expanded area was built a year ago.  Interior renovations to complete the expansion took only  one month. _    ,  Mr. Roberts Creek sought  by Ken Dalgleish  The fourth annual Mr.  Roberts Creek contest will be  held in the Roberts Creek Hall  on July 23. This event has  corhe to be on a'par with the  great beauty contests of the  world;..Miss ^ Canada, Miss  America, Miss Universe.  Each year men from the  Roberts Creek area have come  forth to show the world that  this small community is producing some of the finest  specimens of masculinity. To  complete in the contest offers  men more than theexhilaration  of appearing before the community on stage at the grand  old Roberts Creek Hall.  X  There is the pride of knowing that, in his own small way,  each contestant is setting an example for the young, and offering a glimpse of the talents,  sophistications, and masculine  prowess that have long been  known to abound in the  backwaters of the Roberts  Creek area.  The winners of previous contests have won amazing prizes  such as free one-way .trips to  Nanaimo aboard a luxurious  B.C. Ferry and the honor o.f  riding in the Sea Cavalcade  parade to represent Robert}*  Creek on the roof of a 1947  pick-up truck. ;  If you are the kind of man  who wants tb see your name in  print.. .(in the Coast: News .^  who wants to fravel...(we  might go to Gibsons Cavalcacfe  again) then put your imagination into gear and give a call to  Ken Dalgleish 886-2843 or  Diana Zornes 886-2087.-  If you'd like to be on the  committee putting together thi,s  hilarious evening by all meaits  give a call.  G^ tl3��#" Quality Painting by  &<> &f��        G. Clark Enterprises  Bill Ewen  (T^fijB  883-9993 J^J^L  Glen Clark  885-2620  >  .1*5  M  i - ��� *i V J ^  ^���s*ff~%i  Venturers from the SunshineCoast company, including members from Sechelt, Poweii River and Tex-;  ada Island, headed out last Saturday for the XV World Scout Jamboree in Kananaskis Country,;  Alberta, where they'll be part of a total group of approximately 16,000 from 117 countries. Gibsons*  United Chiirch has kindly donated the use of its bus to transport the campers Jo and from the two week*  long jamboree.  K-  -Vran Berger photo  :\. Coast News, July 4,1983  5.  Prices Effective July 4-9  Super-Valu, Gibsons  we reserve the right to limit quantities  '  Wiltshire - Sliced  cooked  meats  -y.. ���pickles& pimento  ��� macaroni & cheese  ��� mock chicken loaf  175 gm pkg.  ;���*   f.r   ��  57  '& il 4 6? %?.  Regular - Hires Root Beer - Orange Crush  ^g\M��� Crush Cream Soda - Grape Crush  SWH 750 ml btl.^B ���������  drinks   b4T  V   l!" 'Jlliijc   -���'���'   llj' UtUj'iJl.rtl ��j  or  Ato Nonsense  parity  hose  Sheer to the waist  Petite Medium,  Tall Medium  Nalley - Plain or Sour Cream & Onion  potato chips  corn chips 15p��kr��  Berryland - Frozen, Fancy  Whole Kernel  corn  $  1  14  pair  Foremost -  Florida Five  citrus  beverage  A thirst quenching blend of orange,  lemon, grapefruit, tangerine and lime  juices  Mrs, Willman 's - Single  cake  rolls  Cling Free - Liquid Laundry  Chocolate or Vanilla  69  Oven-fresh - Econo-pack   ;  White or 100% Whole Wheat  of 5 Loaves  ���n  McCormick's  All Varieties  L  $  700 gm pkg  1  24  Valu Plus - Standard  prune  p I u m s  398 ml  14 fl. oz. tins  41.99  Super-Valu - Fancy  vegetables  Peas, Cut Green Beans, Cream Corn,  Cut Wax Beans, Peas & Carrots, ,  Whole Kernel Corn    Your Choice each I  Best Foods  mayonnaise $  750 ml jar  Kraft  macaroni &  Squirrel  peanut  butter  Smooth or Crunchy  $^179  1.5 kg  4  1  Super-Valu  pineapple  juice  1.36 litre tin  b 6.  Coast News, July 4,1983  - I  Cheryl Hayden of West Sechelt wanted a horse and buggy wedding  and Doug Cawthra and his miniature horses of Roberts Creek were  happy to oblige. Groom was Scott MacLeod of West Vancouver.  Brian Clingwall accompanied as a safety measure.      -Fred nunmn phoio  Roberts Creek  Support needed  by Jeanie Norton, 886-9609  DAZE  Roberts Creek Daze is not  getting all the support its needs.  There's only a handful of people on the committee and'they  can't be expected tq do.  everything.  What's needed most is people to run the kids' games.  There is a co-ordinator but  each game needs several people  to run it for the afternoon. This  is an important part of the  Daze so please come forward.  Other than that, there are  people to do food booths, the  parade, wine and beer tasting,  and music. If nothing else, the  Mr. Roberts Creek Contest will  go on so all you contestants out  Pesticide  Use Permit  Notice is hereby given, in  accordance with the  Pesticide Control Act Public  Land- Pesticide Use Permit  No. 124-12-83/84, that the  herbicide "Guardsman  2,4-D". containing 2.4-.D  Amine, will be applied  aerially on 58 hectares in  the McNab Creek area, near  Port Mellon, between July  29, 1983 and September 30,  1983. . :  The    purpose    of    this  pesticide    use    is    to  dessicate deciduous brush  in preparation for prescribed burning and planting.  A copy of the" permit and  map of .the treatment area  may . be  examined  at  the ���  Sechelt   District  Office  of  the    British    Columbia  Ministry of Forests between  July 7 and July 22, 1983.  The permit holder is: .  Canadian Forest Products  Ltd.  2800-1055 Dunsmuir Street  P.O. Box 49420 Bentall  Postal Station ;.'���'.  Vancouver, B.C.  V7X 1B5  (phone 661.-5382)  there start gathering costumes,  building props, and practising  dancing...or singing...or juggling...or...  Roberts Creek  Daze is all  day July 23. The next meeting  . is this Wednesday, July 6, at  7:30 at the community^:hall.    :  NAME CHANGE v'������ y:-XV.  The nerve! First they change  the identity of our charhpibn-  ship ladies softball team, then  they change the name of our.  community hall! Is nothing  sacred in show biz?  Anybody driving past the  community hall last week when  "The Beachcombers" were  filming there got a start seeing  the temporary sign over the  front door: "Gibsons Community Hall." They were filming a Christmas concert for  next season's Christmas segment. The sign said f'Sold  ..'Out" so it must have seen a  success.  KEEPING COOL  " *lt may be a long hot summer  but not for the Roberts Creek  firemen. They're keeping cool  practising for the War of Hoses  at Gibsons Sea Cavalcade, next  month.  IMPROMPTU MUSIC  ;  Those lamenting the lack of  live music at the legion should  have  been  there last  Friday  night. Harvey Bist from the  pipe band played drums ori a  suitcase awhile his friend played  the accordion for an impromp-:  tu concert' that lasted ,most of  the   evening.   Harvey's   wife'  Joan even provided a few vocal *  numbers. Very nice thank you.;  Do comeiback. n  RAFFLE COMING.  Don't miss buying a ticket  on the legion auxiliary's rafv  fie to berdrawn July 16, There  are lots of excellent prizes and a x.  good chance of.: winning  something. Tickets are  available at; .the legion bar,  Seaview Market, and from any  auxiliary member.  ��\  THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL, MAINTENANCE-FREE, PERMANENT ROOF!.  Wind Proof, Moss Proof, Fireproof  "THE LAST ROOF YOUR HOUSE WILL NEED"  ���factory Installed--  50 Year Transferable Warranty- Full 5 Year Workmanship Guarantee  "Seeing is believing" View the roof yourself!  V iMhen you decide you don't want another  temporary roof, call for a FREE ESTIMATE.  CALL TODAY  liNSf"'. "'.""".'  Ask us about your savings with our pilot home program  X-   \ and the Federal $3,0J0.0^Jpjaiygabje^rant1__  255-0951  * boat windoi  a.lllf��IIH��9llW  * glass  '* -wood Sl aluminum  windows  OPEN:  8:00 - 4:30, Mom. -Fri-. r 8:3�� - 12:80 Sat.  LLtLLl ULkb-b"  Hwy. 101 & Pratt Rd., Gibsons                  886-7359  by Jane McOuat  Happy Days have come and'  gone and I think it's safe to say  that -there's definitely a good  bafee to work on for next year.  For a first time affair, most  events went quite smoothly,  with a blend of the community  and our visitors taking part.  One must remember that the  Nanaimo Bathtub races had a  first time too, arid .the Great  Scow Race can indeed cipnier into its own, given tirne^   ^  Publicity and! a schedule of  events were a bit underdone; T  tried to write all the ���different  events up, in this^cplumri - that  is if .1 heard about them. Also,  a % phone call to a couple of  Vancouver radio stations for  their weekend1'"what to do"  spots would help; bring more  tourists up fpbr the weekend.  Not to,fret, though, I'm sure  that next; year's Happy Days  will be .even better and we've-  that to look forward to.:  One further note about those  terrific grads of 83. Just so that  their dream could be followed ;  and riot marred (as the stats  will tell) by vehicle accidents iri-  volyirig alcoholx-; they hired  some grade elevens to drive  them back and forth in vans.  So, from their special grad dinner at Lord Jim's, to their after  grad (no problems!) at Egmont  Community Hall, they were  * chauffeured by sober; familiar,  non-judgemental grade  elevens. That's such a good  idea that I- hope it becomes  policy for each class in the  future, then, no more worries  on grad night.  SEALS SWIM CLUB  Sometimes when one forgets  something, it lands with a  sickening thud in the tummy.  Robi Peters phone last week,,  to say that in the article she.  wrote up on the Pender Harbour Seals Swim Club, she  made a large ommission. It  wasn't just one parent -who  contributed to acquiring the  starting blocks,- .but also,  Pender Harbour Diesel, Moan--  tainview Gulf, and Ray Hansen  Trucking. J -.  These companies all deserve  a vote of thanks as those starting blocks are so very important to the kids development.  T swam competitively for  years but I still remember my  first time on a starting block at  a swim meet.'After the edge of  the pool it feels like you*re  twenty feet in the air and  you're going to belly flop* instead of swim the race.  TENNIS  See you in the sunshine next  week. Well here's ., hoping,  because I'm going to begin tennis lessons on Wednesday evening July 6. There are still some .  spaces left so if you're- interested fill out a registration  form at the pharmacy or phone  Ron Knight at 929-5670 or,  show up and see if there are  any places left. Adults mixed is  Wednesday 7 p.m. at the high  school. Ladies is Tuesday and  Thursday July 12 and 14 at  9:30 a.m. See you there!  TOOL & EQUIPMENT RENTALS  SALES,& SERVICE m SMALL ENGINE SPECIALISTS  Pender Harbour  383-9114  ''Where friends meet"  fine foods - friendly faces  Cacfo^ierrob  *"*^ Wine. Beer Licensed        ESPRESSO BAR  TEREDO SQUARE, SECHELT '885-9962  Diesel Engine Rebuilding. .  '   ->       Industrial Parts  Hwyioi    . 883-2616  Madeira Park  "* FAMOUS  ASBORD  $m*&*y & Sunday  Cr $10.95  Kids $5.50)  . 883-2269  On the  Seafood Platter  by Chak-chak  Things in Secfielt were busy  over the holiday week-end as  the merchants moved out on  X the sidewalk ^. to display their  goods. The string duo "Catfish  Willie" 'provided   live . music  from the ."old"front porch"at  Workwear World as the shoppers checked out the- bargain  prices. .Meanwhile: the   shop  owners kept a wary eye on the  ever   present   black   clouds,  ready   to   quickly   rriove   the  goods back inside,      ^  The   new   owners   of  the  /Village Restaurant Ester Fose  land Steve Dutchek were able to  put away the hammers and  paint brushes and open their  bright riew dining room next  door. The rhodern wicker, style  of tables and chairs provides a  different atmosphere to the existing decor. This business is  unique ias most other places are  cutting back because of the  tough economic climate. There  is a, reason of course*- these  people are pros and they are  providing   good   food   at  ,  reasonable prices!  Old Chak-chak and his wife  patronize this restaurant; quite  often because they have daily  specials' which often include  seafood. It is the: only place  that serves sablefish (smoked  black cod) from time to time  and Jake Klausen the dinner  chef cooks it just right for this  old bird.   :  George Primrose of Snod-  grass Road in Selma Park trap  fishes for prawns out of Por- .  poise Bay. Call his wife at  885-5358 for orders Of the fresh  crustaceans, they go great with  sugar snap peas fresh from the  garden.       : :',/."'��� ~   ..  "Primrose Prawns a la Porpoise Bay" (for two).  x x\\/i y 2 lbs. (about 20 whole .  prawns, 3 tbs. cooking oil, Vz  tsp. salt, 2 '-> 3 slices green  gingo, 1/3 - Vi cup chicken-in-  a-mug and hot water, season  with oyster sauce.  1 medium onion (cut in  wedges), 2 stalks celery  (diagonal slices), 2 tsp. corn  starch,, cold water with soy  sauce and sugar to taste, mixed  in a bowl.  Method, Have wok or frying  pan at high heat. Cook prawns  in salted oil and ginger for  about 1 minute and remove to  SKYLIGHT  BLINDS  Energy efficient and controlled solar rays.  Ken Devries & Son  886-7112  warm bowl. Stir fry onion,  celery and peas slightly. Add  sauce and thicken. Return  prawns to pan and mix  together. Serve right away over  steamed,brown rice.  Sea you.  Is your car begging  for a second chance?  Fully equipped  for all body and  paint repairs  Brian's Auto Body  a Painting Ltd.    ^  Beautiful bodies are our business     885*9841  Box 605,  available at th��  Coast News In  Gibsons and other  locations on the Sunshine Coast  Price 15.75  or send cheque or money order to:  Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  VON !VO  Piease add $1 per calendar to  cover postage and handling. Sec h e 11 S e ��ria no  Coast News, July 4,1983  by Peggy Connor 885-9347  SECRET COVE  YACHT CLUB  The Secret Cove Yacht Club  is in - need of more local  representation for their club. A  membership of 150 is pretty  healthy; twenty-five of these  are local, but to make the club  more active in its home  quarters the local participation  is necessary.  Members have the privilege  of using the clubhouse and enjoy affiliation with other yacht  clubs, making it possible to  teach new sailing enthusiasts.  For more information write to  Commodore Don Macdonald,  Box 859, Sechelt or phone him  at 885-5082.  The clubhouse is located in  the former home of Al and  Barbara Laakso adjacent to the  Jolly Roger, overlooking Secret  Cove.  While   the   chairman   of  Canada One's entry for the  America's Cup is Calgary based Marvin McDill and  secretary Peggy Stairs, the requirements for a yacht club  competing for the America's  Cup is to have a saltwater base.  This is where the involvement  with Jolly Roger first started.  Besides the former connection  of Don Macdonald iri the Jolly  Roger, the son of the first  owners of the first Jolly Roger,  Dal Brynelson, is a very active  member.  Member Robin Abercrom-  bie, a former Albertan now living in Roberts Creek, said that  the entry alone of Canada One  is quite an achievement for this  club, fine to see headlines in  New York announcing participants in the America's Cup,  and there is Secret Cove Yacht  Club along with Perth,  Australia "and other bigger  cities from other countries, a  proud moment.  ��� ��� ���  :Clint Mahlman, left, and Tom Awrey, hired along with three  -others on a Student Summer Programme by the SCRD, are making much needed repairs and improvements to the bridges and  ���Fran Berger pholo  * trail in Cliff Gilker Park  REDMANS CELEBRATE 50  YEARS WEDNESDAY  Thursday, June 30, Art and  Mary Redman celebrated 50  years of marriage at the home  of Ernie and Marie Montgomery. The friends and  neighbours of the couple provided a host of delectable  delicacies and a warm feeling  of friendliness for this popular  couple.  Art and "Mary were toasted  "by Hubert Sldde, longtime  friend. "Carl Montgomery and  girlfriend Maureen entertained  in their honor with piano solos  and singing.  Out of town guests included  Art's cousin Donna and John  McTaggart of Langley, and his  brother Ron from Vancouver,  Mary's sister Elsie Thornley. of  Vancouver, William Booth :  from New Westminster, and|,  his son Bill and Moira Booth  from Coquitlam.  Nlaunce the Morns says thai you     vehicle, or when your car is nol feeling  j.1 Rcnt-a car when you need a second     nou.  ���   ;'    * *W, p we care.  3  There is a time for all things, but grief like joy^ must be shared.  Let us provide the consolation and assistance you need when >  ; such a time of trial must be faced. We handle everything, we  ' pay attention to every detail. ,J  886-9551  1665 Seaview Gibsons  D. A. Devlin Director  LIBRARY BOOK SALE  The once-a-year annual clear  out of duplicate or damaged  books, plus books donated for  this sale, of the Sechelt Public  Library will take place on Friday, July 8, starting at 10 a.m.  , The sale will take place in the  :^^t*afy^a��^n"Seehelt-an dj i s  ^ari   important ���one   for   the  library.  Money is needed to  make room to operate more efficiently.  A letter to the Sechelt  Library Board from Hon.  James  R. Chabot, provincial  ���  GREENE COURT  RECREATION HALL  The first dinner for the  residents of Greene Court was  held on Monday, June 27. The  members of the Greene Court  committee headed by Hugh  Duff made the arrangements  for the 48 persons who sat  down to enjoy a fine meal.  Donating their time and cooking expertise were members of  the Duff family,' Gerry and  Hazel Bethelet and son Warren  aided by friend Dave Webb.  It was also a time to salute  their favorite Lion, Tony  Dawkins, and they did so with  a lovely'cake. Tony had made  application to obtain kitchen  Art Redman and Mary Frost  were married-in what is now a  little heritage church on Lulu  Island in July of 1933 and continued to live in South Vancouver where they had both  grown up and went to school.  They built their house in  West Sechelt in 1946 and Mary  and their son Barrie lived  there with Art commuting to  his job at Royal Coturribia  Hospital in New Westminster  for four years. At that time the  family moved back to New  Westminster for Barrie to go  to school. Then in 1957 Art  retired and moved permanently  to the Sunshine Coast.  The Redmans moved to  Sechelt in 1972 leaving their  waterfront home to live right in  Sechelt near Hackett Park.  They are fine community-  minded coupled who contribute  much of themselves and their  musical ability to others.  secretary, stated the government's concern for the continuing needs of our library.  Knowing that provincial funding is an important part of  many library budgets, an advance cheque for $1,100 on the  iii983/84-i provincial ^grant-. for  .the purchase of library  rrjaterials was received. Once  the budget has beeh: brought  dowiv he will advise the full  amount of the grant and the  timing of subsequent  payments.  ���  appliances plus tables and  chairs from the New Horizons.  He is also the man whom they  look to, to fix problems at their  cottages.   ' v  Tony .and his wife Margaret  had a surprise . gift as they  presented a bingo outfit for the  pleasure of the residents; Alice  Marsh assisted in opening the  parcel.  Entertainment was supplied  by the "Halfmoon Bay  Hams", George and Margaret _  Carpenter, Ruth Forrester, arid "  Connie Wilson, led by Nikki  Weber in a very enjoyable rendition of Hawaiian melodies,  complete with ukeleles.  Work in porcelain  MICHELIN  Vacation  M*  July 4- July 16  155RX12 XZX ...::���..:...$64:00  145RX13XZX ', $60.00;  155RX13 XZX $68.00  22575RX15 XWW $130.00  16580RX13XZX ..$76.00  P 205 70 Rx14 XVS.:';,.. . ��� ��� $126.00  ��� ���."���.'.������  Less $25.00/pair rebate while stocks last.  r  Tire, Suspension & Brake Centre  Hwy. 101,1 Mile West of Gibsons  886-8167  886-2700  A porcelain workshop with  Sue Hopper, is being offered  by the Sunshine Pottery Guild  on Monday, July 18, from 10  a.m. to 4 p.m.  The workshop will take  place at the Graft Studio, corner of Highway 101 and North  Road. Some billeting space is  available, and: there is lots of  free space forcamping.  Slides will be shown at an  evening wine and cheese get-  together after the workshop at  Pat Forst's home on North  Road, Gibsons, from 7:30  p.m. (B.Y.O.B.)  Registration is $ 10 for  members of the Sunshine Pottery Guild, and $15 for non-  members. Please register early, as space is limited, by calling Sandy Barrett at 886-9856.  Black Currattfs  For jam, jellies,  wine, liqueurs, etc;  U-Pick 95* per lb.  We Pick $1.40  Also - Fresh Vegetables  Art and Mary Redman celebrated 50 years of marriage on Thursday, June 30. See details in Peggy Connor's column.  ���figfO Connor pholo  <^5C-  ^Qifsons QidSJ Quys  CLOSED  (one day only)  Tuesday, July 1 dth  ig (open as usual July 20th)  fi 886-2120  ���THE AFFORDABLE  ALTERNATIVE TO  ASPHALT AND POURED  CONCRETE."  .u!��.'  ru  rt**s��?-  'J  Ti\  xi^^^^^yyh.-/ yrxf..rizr^J \.X-1 X V ' '    /  ^^^rr/^xy^J���yxxyrtH���'i���'i hr-'���i v-:<<-jr\'i--  y^yxrxyrr J^yyyyxx> >  yjiryyy y-y> r-y ^yy-y^y-r  j  ���' >"^;7^1  Kleindale Construction Ltd.  [883-9342   FREE ESTIMATES   883-9046,  c,���-���/..  JITWCOASTI  FESTIVAL OF THE  &'.  Au^UST5,fc,7  $��CfttELT,ft��.  I FICTION WRITING ON THE WEST COAST  B.C. Novelist Jack Hodgins   .  II SO YOU WANT TO GET PUBLISHED  B.C. Publishers and Editors  III WRITING FOR THE STAGE  New Play Centre Director Pam Hawthorn  and Playwright Leonard Angel  IV WRITING FOR CHILDREN  Florence McNeil, Heather Siska. Ian Bateson  V WRITING THRILLERS  Author Crawford Kilian  .'.."���' VI WRITING V0UR MEMOIRS  Poetess Dorothy Livesay  ���OTHER SPECiAL EVENTS-  Arts Centre Birthday Party  Haiku Brunch  Sunday Seafood Smorgasbord  Early Bird Rata  (Before July 10)  ALL SIX EVENTS S25.0C  Regular Rate  ALL SIX EVENTS s30.eo  Eirty Bird Rati  (Before July 10)  ANY ONE EVENT s4.5��  Regular Rate  ANY ONE EVENT'S."  Tony Archer  |     V,  Tickets for:   HAIKU BRUNCH '7"  SUNDAY SEAFOOD SMORGASBORD '10."  Tickets are available at THE BOOKSTORE. Sechelt or send a list of the events you wish  tickets for and how many, a cheque or money order, and your name, address and phone  number to:  SUNCOAST WRITERS' FORGE  P.O. BOX 2154  SECHELT, B.C. VON SAO  For further information call Marion St. Denis. 885-2336. Coast News, July 4,1983  .yjllBM  lays 'til 7 p,  lays & Ho  1.7-5 p.m.  California  PEACHES  California  AVOCADOS  Local  GREEN  CABBAGE  Cello  CAULIFLOWER  Thompson v  SEEDLESS  GRAPES  ���   ������**������  Haygar  dutch oven  bread  Our Own  Freshly Baked  C00KI6S 4 Varieties   6s   ��� / 0  Nabob - Green Label  tea bags  General Mills  cheerios  Pampers - Toddlers  diapers  Grey Poupon  dijon  mustard  Christies  arrowroot  biscuits  100s  2.29  .425 gm   I lOSI  '"* . .���.'-.'���   '������ y.X ������.. Xy yy-'-X' x--  % y^- a ������"'���  i-i' ����� "i ^ k- X "' tx?y?.  24s  4.79  142 gm  1.49  350 gm  1.59  ��' *���/  .��  I 2 - 850ml Any Fl.ivour  $5.99 + Deposit  24 - 300 ml -\n> f I,imi ii  $5.49 + Deposit  i.i. *  Menu of the Month  ��**J  Want to feel hot even though the rain is pouring down? Try this  for warmth.  Green Salad with Yogurt Dressing  Skewered Pork  Carrot Foogath  Rice with Spicy Peanut Sauce  Tomato Samba!        Onion Sambai  Hot Banana Sundae  Make your salad with raw spinach leaves, bean sprouts, bok ,  choy or swiss chard, radishes, a few green onions and a dressing  made from Vz cup of plain yogurt blended with 1 tablespoon red  wine vinegar and salt &.,pepper.  Skewered Pork  1.Blend the following ingredients in an electric blender until  smooth. "    ������  I Inch cube fresh ginger        1 small onion, chopped  root, chopped 2 dried chillies crumbled  I tablespoon lime juice I tablespoon salt  I tablespoon water  2.Cut about a pound of boneless pork butt into 1 inch cubes and  marinate in the above mixture for about two hours ih the  fridge, turning occasionally.  3.When you are ready to cook, drain the pork and skewer it.  Brush with oil arid place about 2 inches away from broiler  turned to its highest heat. Turn until the pork is crisp and  brown���about 8 minutes. This recipe is for barbecueing.  Carrot Foogath  2 tablespoons margarine  I sliced hot banana: pickle  1 large onion, chopped      2 cups coarsely chopped carrot  2 cloves garlic, chopped  Melt the margarine and gently fry all ingredients for 5 minutes.  Cover and continue cooking for another 10 minutes. Serve sprinkled with a tablespoon grated coconut, fresh coriander leaves or  chopped parsley.  Rice with Spicy Peanut Sauce  Cook your rice in the usual way but serve with this unusual sauce.  1 tablespoon oil 1 tablespoon soy sauce  'A cup chopped green onion 1 teaspoon brown sugar  1 clove garlic, chopped        I /8 teaspoon ground coriander  1 chicken bouillon cube        Vi teaspoon lime Juice  I cup boiling water 1/8 teaspoon ground ginger  V* cup peanuts 1 crumbled dried chilli  886-7744    /3^��^orne' of School &l  WfjM Gower Point Road?  Carla Emery's  Old Fashioned  Recipie Book  $t295  Our plumbers work 8 hrs.  but our phone works  24 hrs.  For emergency service  cal! us.  Serving the  Sunshine Coast  Sseald�� Plumbing Ltd.  886-7017  REDUCED  PRICES  on  rods  and  reels  Your  Friendly  Family  v  Pharmacist  886-9303  Gibsons Medical-Dental Centre  Hwy.  101. Gibsons  886-3365  ��    ���    ���    a    ���  kg  IE  ��� ���   ���   ���   ���  ea.  kg  Goodhost-Regular or Lemon  iced te a     750 sm 2.99  Robin Hood  IlOUr      ...; ...10 kg   Di /SI  Krakus  baby beets   swmi .99  Clover Leaf  .220 gm  Fortune -Japan  mandarin  y...........284 ml ���  I.Fry onions and garlic in oil till golden  2.Mix boiling water and bouillon cube  3.Grind peanuts in a blender  4.Add all ingredients to onions and bring to boil, stirring con  stantly. Cook on minimum heat for 10 minutes, stirring occa  sionally.  Sambals accompany main dishes and there's an endless variety.  ''"'��� Tomato Sambai  2 tomatoes, sliced 1. medium size, onion, sliced  Sprinkle with a little lemon juice, pepper and salt and a.teaspoon  grated coconut.   .' .  Onion. Sambai  Slice 1. medium onion thinly, add a chopped hot banana pickle  and a little lemon juice.  If the main course didn't warm you up sufficiently, try finishing  off the meal with a hot banana sundae:���  Melt '/4 cup of margarine and stir in Va cup brown sugar. Stir for a  few minutes on low heat. Add the juice of Vz a lemon. Slice 4  bananas lengthwise into quarters and place in sauce. Turn gently  until they are covered in sauce and hot right through. Pour in a'  wine glass of rum and serve hot over ice cream-  Here's hoping we can have a little madness in the midday sun.  Nest Lewis  ''RtfiLWUT'  %*��  sr:*.**  L^  MM  tf��'  &���  1.   Fill Out & Clip  2.   Attach Your Sales. Slip  ��exs" 3.    Return to Ken's Lucky Dollar  Draw to be made 5 p.m. every Sunday.  *  \Name���;  ���  . Tel. No.  Postal  Address __^____i  $50 Grdct&ry 0 rm En try Coupon r~~m���opi ��^   p  Coast News, July 4,1983  --*���gtelU-p^r  ^jm,,-  ���*?*?:��<# m "  i July  r July  ^^jw^aOfp  .r?fp^p A���38^  tr/r^  i=*."  fftp��  *> *"* -��;  ?anarJa Grade /4   Beef  HUCK BLADE  I CAIVS Blade In:...  anada Grade &\ Beef  CROSS  |RIB ROAST Bone/,  iulk  PORK SAUSAGES  :letcher9s - Sliced  BOLOGNA  7letcher's  ISAUSAGE STIX  IT***-"**- 121. JlS'* _  1'' wnra^.1 Jf   f ,     -*T~ -��^&~~  ���mmnBUHunne!  Shop with confidence.  Our prices are very competitive.  We will not be undersold  on these advertised items.  We fully guarantee everything we sell  to be satisfactory  or money cheerfully refunded.  *4.37  3.06  kg  kg  Ih.  ���   ���������������*e��  . t3 / O Qffl  ea.  .500 gmx 6 Varieties  ea.  'est - Deodorant  Ibath SOaP3s    450gmlr98  Krafts Liquid  .500 ml  1.69  \e\nz  ketchup  .1:25 litres  3.59  teinz  relish  {Christie's  wheat  thins  [Christie's  375 ml  300 gm  1.25  HP  hamburger  SailCG   ...?....;���;.375 ml  Welchade  grape  drink  *><���"���; i'l".  1.59  Shirriff  xx .1.36 litres  Butterscotch, Caramel,  Strawberry; Chocolate  250 9m  ........250 mi  1.19  School's Out!  i  The summer season is surely here when school is out. It  '.������". ���','..''  ���        ' . - ���.-".���-'  will mean an opportunity for change in ever so many  things. As a boy, I recall my joy e��t simply being able to  run around all clay in bare feet, and to clamber over the  farm machinery, pulling various levers as I pretended to  operate the big outfits.. ���  Our children aren't near so well off, it seems to me, as I  was in those nostalgic days down oh the farm, but to each  age, we shape our own joys and fantasies. ���  In things more fortunate for today's youngsters is the  special emphasis and celebration enjoyed as they pass  from one level of training and education to another,���as  from elementary, to high school, to university.  Graduation from one level to another is proclaimed as  a more distinct benchmark in life than it once was. The  ceremonies provide an opportunity for more insight into  the joint teacher-pupil effort in scholastic and sports  achievement. It does even more, in that it brings family,  (parents and grandparents) in closer understanding and  appreciation of the achievements attained by all in the  development of a young persons body, character, work  habits, activities, and knowledge.  As one" who attended "awards" day, on the day of  school clbsing, at Cedars Grove elementary school, I  must say that i was impressed and over-joyed with what  took place. I have long been made aware of the outstan-  REAL WIN  K.L.D.  Winner #151  Pam Feichtner,  Gibsons  *iy\$2f?>'  <*  ;*>svl  **v^|  Jt*h~,  x'.  i  Open 7, tlavs a week  y     9.7  ^-SPECIAL���  Fresh Sole Fillets.  Reg. $3.69 lb.  NOW $2.99 U.  886-9021  ���*$?. <f  S5 0 Grbfc &ry B r a w W inne f  Sun. - Tues.  6:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.  Wed.  6:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  Thurs. - Sat.  6:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  Highliner  .400 gm  2.69  McCain - Beefeater  french fries ika 1.29  /  8L- oP  SQUEEZER  SPONGE  by Riviera  ��� Easy to hold  ��� Keep one in the bathroom,  kitchen, laundry room  Reg. $1.59  SPECIAL PURCHASE PRICE  $1.09  STACKING PITCHERS  by Rubbermaid  Three position cover turns for free pouring, pouring with  ice guard and closed.  Stack two pr more in refrigerator for different beverages.  ��1.42 litres   50 fluid oz.   Reg. $2.79  SPECIAL PURCHASE PRICE  COVERED  PITCHER  by Rubbermaide  '��� 2.05 litres    72 oz.  Reg. $3.59  SPECIAL  PURCHASE PRICE  $2.59  ding accomplishment attained at that school under the  leadership of principal Coleen Elson and her dedicated  staff of teachers and voluntary teachers' aides.  The children got their awards which one could see were  enjoyed with pride by parents and teachers alike. A ribbon and badge for perfect attendance to a kindergarten  child is surely as important an inducement toward greater  achievement as a ribbon and badge for highest scholastic  standing. Two granddaughters of mine were the recipients of these awards. As I proudly congratulate them.  Jodi and Leah, | congratulate, too. their principal and  teachers.  OPEN ��� 6 DAYS A WEEK^  2 Barbers  &  3 Hairdressers  to serve you.  886-39 J 6  Vnvittj)  Deli and Health  Same menu...  expanded  seating  facilities  886-2936  V  Y  .*.�����.�����!! r^^e-t*f'brzifr  gf??*]T��*r-��w��KrBirtCrti Coast News, July 4,1983  "*\  Art Colony growls.  ���M.  ��ca��u'JP 'i*  TTT  _^       v���� *** ��S   T��  k&J: ^r^jftfe*  The many and diverse  beauties of the Sunshine Coast  have lured yet another accomplished artist to its shores.  Lyn WilliamSon of Surrey  will be spending the summer  Pat Chambcrlin's "Littoral Paintings" will continue on display at  the Arts Centre in Sechelt until July 10. Tlie centre is open Tuesday to Saturday. 10-5.p.m., and Sunday. 1-4 p.m.      --Krunmwr'iiin.i.i  by Marion St. Denis  The exciting author,  Crawford Kilian, will entertain  his audience at The Festival of  the Written Arts on Saturday  evening, August 6, 1983 at the  Arts Centre, Sechelt, when he  will be reading;from his own  work. ':'"-.���-'  Kilian was raised in California and Mexico and graduated  from Columbia University in  New York. At present, he is  teaching at Capilano College  and is cb-ordinator of their  department, of cdmmvriica-  tions.  Kilian's versatility has produced everything", from  children's books such as  "Wonders Incorporated", and  the "Last Viking" to history as  in "Go Do Something Great"  -the story of the black pioneers  Coast Gardener  .-/���������  Fruit and flowers  bv Dianne .Kvans  One of the pleasures of having a flower garden is watching  the seasonal changes, and trying out new varieties of plants.  There are thousands of different flowers available, and it  is a good idea to try two or  three new kinds each season.  Annuals are very attractive  and colourful, and can fill the  spaces left when perennials die  down after their spring blooming, but many perennials are  very beautiful and there are  many varieties from which to  choose when planning next  year's garden. If you have a  corner of your,garden to spare,  or an empty cold frame, use it  to plant some perennial seeds  right now. In the fall you will  be able to transplant the seedlings to a more permanent spot  in the garden and next spring  they'll be ready to bloom.  If you have large clumps of  spring (lowering plants such as  the dwarf blue iris, or have  more day lilies than you'd like,  divide these and keep them in  this 'holding' area until the annuals have died away in the  fall, and you can decide where  to replant.  It is a good idea to change  the lay-out of your flowering  plants; jt gives a new look to  the garden each year, and gives  Hiroshima Day  Vigil and Fast  The Sunshine Coast Peace Committee will hold.a 24 hour  vigil and fast on August 6 and 7 to commemorate the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The purpose of this action is  to invite all individuals to reflect upon the horror of those  events 38 years ago, and to think about the best ways ol  preventing this from happening again. Further, details will be  published in coming weeks. '  Gibsons Legion- Branch ^109  Fri. & Sat.  July 8 & 9  x  BOYS  In The Lounge  ix-'Members & Guests Welcome  mmmm  mmm  886-9021  Marine Drive  Lower Gibsons  Licensed Premises  PRAWNS  RAWNS  2 lb.  Steamed  *16.50  6:00 - 9:00      Thurs., Fri., Sat., July 7th, 8th, 9th  you the chance to appreciate  different flowers. Haying an  area where you can keep some  of your favourites for future  use makes this much easier. ;If  ypu are not sure about a new  variety, plant it in the area this.  year to see; next year, if you  like the plant, you may use it in  your main garden area.>  In previous columns I've>  talked about pot pourris and  how to make them; at this time  of year there are many petals to  collect and dry. If you "don't  have the time or the inclination  to use them to make sachets  and the like, simply dry trie  petals and keep, them in a clear  glass jar. |  If you use a fancy jar,  perhaps witty, a ribbon tied  . around; the neck* you'll have a  pretty reminder of the, flowers  you grew all year. An easy way  to dry petals is to put them on a  piece of cheesecloth stretched  quite tightly on a large embroidery hoop. Put this on top  of a vase or something else to  keep a good air circulation.  If you have raspberries, try  to keep them picked as soon as.  they ripen. In the rains we've  been having the berries tend to  mildew very quickly and this  can easily spread to the other  berries. If you don't have time  to make jam fight now, simply _  freeze the berries till later.  Raspberries also make an excellent conserve, which you  may use when peaches are in  season to make peach melba.  Use in home-made ice-cream,  or make a mousse. They are excellent with red currants in  preserves or in jam (for jam use ,  3 pups raspberries and 1 cup '  currants).  If you freeze some berries, in  the fall use the thawed juice  mixed equally with apple juice  to make delicious jelly. Extract  raspberry and red currant  juice, combine with sugar  syrup to make an elegant iced  dessert. However, on a sunny  day there's nothing nicer than  picking a sun-warmed berry off  the vine and eating it then and  there.  If you have a special recipe  you'd like to share with us,  please drop me a line here at  the Coast News.  And don't forget, if you  have surplus fruit and you'd  like to trade for some homemade wine, let me know, and  I'll try to put the two of you  together; a postcard with your  phone number and the type of  fruit you have will reach me at  this office. Pea-pods are also in  demand for wine-making. If  you have, lots, throw them in  the freezer in bags and let me  know.  % WANTED H  Used Furniture  and What Have You  USED FURRSTUiE  MV huv. liter Hollies  886-2812  months ih Granthms Landing,  soaking up^ the inspiration of  the people, sea and landscapes  which surround her, and ex-'  pressing on canvas their effect  on her.   ���.'���' -  to visit  In return she will share her  knowledge and artistic skills  with anyone who wishes to  learn to drawn.or to paint in  oils.  Lyn originally studied with  Robert Wood, and has many  successful individual and group  shows to her credit. Her paintings were part of a group show  which just ended at Atelier  Gallery in Vancouver, and she  is currently working toward a  show in New York.  Her paintings are. usually  'representational', and she  likes to: show people doing  things within their landscape.  ���She seeks a "universal" rather  than a "personal'' feeling in  her works.  - With ten years experience  teaching both adults and  children, Lyn (who currently  has 63 full-time students in Surrey) can pass on the methods  and techniques which offer  short cuts to desired results, so  Students can avoid having to  learn by trial and error.  Her approach to teaching  has her students learn the use  of "bread and butter" colours  first, and includes the use of  "dessert" colours later. Subjects used in class include still  life arrangements, the outdoors  and studies of fine paintings.  She wants her students to express their individuality and  develop their own ideas and  ��� style.  "I'm not trying to teach my  students to paint as I do," she  says, "but I'm willing to teach  them   all   the   techniques   I  know."  Lyn's classes will be ongoing  series of four weekly sessions  held Thursdays from 7 to 9  p.m. in Granthams Landing  Community Hall, beginning  July 7. Fees for' four sessions  will be $40 for children and'$60  for adults. ��     '  To arrange an interview with  Lyn, or to view her portfolio  and any works in progress,  please leave a message at  886-8680, as her telephone is  not yet connected.     ;  CRAWFORD KILIAN  in B.C., and also radio plays,  six of which have been produced by CBC. He is better known  for science-ficton in "Empire  of Time'Cand "Eyas" and his  recent best selling thrillers,  "Icequake" and "Tsunami",  which areperhaps more terrifying because of their chilling  possibility.  The audience will have the  opportunity of meeting Kilian  and discussing his work during  the question period and the  coffee reception which closes  the evening event.  Tickets for all events.are now  available at The Bookstore, on  Cowrie Street, Sechelt.  r  Childbirth Films & Slides xXx  Active Birth ��� Gentle Pushing ��� Alchemy of Birth  For Parents, Health Care, Providers, and ail those interested in the concept of gentle birth.  '���' Roberts Creek - St. Adians Hall -July 5-8 p.m.  Halfmoon Bay- Welcome Beach Hall- July l3-8;p;rn;7]  Admission-'$2.00 ^  W Brunch $ 1.99 Saturday 10- I 2 Noon x^j  Baron of Beef $3.95 Saturday 5 p.m N*1  ^^= ENTERTAINMENT :^^=  All This Week SATURDAY  '_*   ��������.,' ��     ^ 1AM SESSION  The Imaginary Band        '      ,  .-������������;���- Come Pl.iy Or Listen  featuring  Hahle, Jerome, Budge and Allan ^���qgffllfF"  Coast News, July 4,1983  11.  by Vene Parnell  "Catfish Willie" provided the live music for last week's Sechelt  Sidewalk Sale from the old porch in front of the Workwear World  store on Cowrie Street. - -Fred Duncan phoio  It is every woman's dream  -to be pampered, massaged and  made to feel beautiful.  Loretta's Place in the Crown  of Glory Beauty Salon in the  Cedar Plaza is where it happens. -  Aesthetician Loretta ' Harrison gives facials, massages,  beauty makeovers, skin care  advice, lash and eyebrow tinting, electrolysis, waxing,  pedicures and shows you many  more tricks women can use to  make themselves look and feel  more beautiful.  i was looking forward to my  first ever professional facial, a  Juxury I have always dreamed  of but felt was reserved for  ladies of greater means than  mine.  However, I discovered  Loretta's prices are very  reasonable and it turned out to  be _ worth every penny. The  facial was a treat from beginning to finish.  First, Loretta massaged my-  tense and tired neck and back  muscles -with a camomile  scented oil. -  "Good ��� blood circulation Is'  very important tpget the full  ��� benefit of a facial," Loretta ex-  plainedV "The  more  relaxed  70ur whole body is, the better  the circulation will be in your  face." '������..'������  Next, there is a cleansing for  my particular skin type, oily,  and then a warm water rinse to  remove the day's makeup and  surface dirt.  A toner and then five  minutes with a vaporizer - also  scented with camomile - to  steam open the pores, warm  the face and increase the  perspiration and flow of blood  to the surface of the skin.  "Camomile   is   a   healthy  natural  ingredient.   It  softens *  the skin -and soothes nerves.  It's also good to-drink as tea,"  Loretta recommends!  Then comes the best part - a '  gentle, thorough facial massage  for twenty minutes - stimulating every area of the face.  It felt so good and warm and  relaxing, Iaimbst fejl asleep.  When  circulation  is  at   its  best,   the   blood    brings  nourishing oxygen to the facial  cells and removes waste pro-'  ducts   and   carbon   dioxide,  cleaning the skin's impurities.  Massagereduces fat cells and  excess fluids and firms the skin.  The warmth of the massage  opens the pores and then a 15  minutes facial mask is applied,  to remove as many impurities  as possible.  The   result   is   a   glowing,   ���  youthful, firm, relaxed looking  face.'  Loretta recommends a facial  massage once a month and suggests doing it at the end of the  day, when the day's tensions  can be soothed away.  After the facial, it is good to  leave the skin clean overnight,  with only a light moisturizer,  rather than applying; makeup  right away.  My skin looked and felt so  good, with firmness and a  natural glow in the. cheeks, I  never wanted to use makeup on  it again. ���  I couldn't believe the results.  (For the first time in my life,.  people were commenting on  my beautiful skin. Seeing is  believing, and I now enthusiastically recommend the  7 benefits of a facial.  Loretta says regular massage  keeps your skin looking  younger, because good blood  circulation is so important for  good skin health. Tiredness,,  wrinkles, grayness and sag-  giness all slip away. It is an  hour and a half well spent.  At home, Loretta recommends a facial mask along with  a soothing scented vaporizer  once a week.  Af night, a cleanser and  moisturizing cream and a gentle fresh ner applied as a com  press twice a week is sufficient.  In the summertime, Loretta  says to beware of the damage-  that can be done to the face by  the sun. The. most, harmful  radiation is between .11 a.m.  and 3 p.m. During this time,  the face should never be exposed directly td the sun, especially without a protective cream.  Don't use soap on the face or  perfume on the body before  sunbathing.; The face suffers  from direct exposure to the sun  and reflected rays are enough  for tanning.   '!'Xx X..-_���;  After sunbathing, a  moisturizing lotion should be  applied to the skin and at night,  creams to restore vitamins and  moisture: After a few days,  tanning oil can be used to  deepen a tan. Loffons and oils  should be reapplied regularly  while tanning to maintain their  effectiveness.  Skin deserves a great deal of  care and Loretta can show you  how healthy looking skin can  make you feel 'healthy. It's  worth a visit !^^;7.  Drop off your,  COAST NEWS  at '������������;-:vr/-.V- .  SeavittW Mark*  Roberts Cf eek .  until noon Saturday  "A rrfmdftr P��opl�� l*fcx��"  lt\*  APPLIANCES  Sunshine Coast  MISC.    SERVICES  ��� ELECTROLUX CANADA  ��� >                    4724 Marine Ave.,   Powell River. B.C.  Please call 4S5"2693 for Service.    ,  Now serving the Sechelt Peninsula  for bags, filters, repair .service & demonstrations.^  AUTOMOTIVE  Business Directory  SANDY'S  COLLISION   REPAIRS  ���ICBC Repairs   'Fibregiass Repairs  ��� Painting & Auto Glass  ���Fr���� Estimates 883*2606  KUIndaU, Ponder Harbour   R.B.iM, Cardan Bay, B.C. 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Restaurant '  General Store  Lloyd & Sheila Field  886-2723  Sechelt  88S-SI8I  F*  BC F6RRIGS  Schedule  CLEANING    SERVICES  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION & MAJOR APPLIANCE StRVICE  Port Mel'on to Pender Harbour  Res. 686-9949  Jhekmo-Saiej  THE CLEANING OF OIL &  WOOD HEATING UNITS  Harbour Chimney Cleaning  Serving the/Sunshine Coast 885-5225  COMMERCIAL ART  VANCOUVER-SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAV-LANGOALE  SUMMER 1983  Effective Thursday, June 23 to Sunday,  September 11, 1983 inclusive:  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE-SALTERY BAY  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7 20 am   4:30 pm  9 25 5:30  11 25 7:30  12:25 pm   9:25  1:25        11:15     .  Lv. Langdale  6 25 am   4:30 pm  815 ' 5:30  10.25 6:30  12:25 pm   8:30  2:00        10:20  Lv. Earls Cove ,  6 35 arn   4:35 pm  -8.30; ^    6:30 :  10 30     .8:20  12:20 pm 10:10  2:45  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:40 am   3:40 pm  7:30  '9:30  11:25  1:50 pm  5:30  7:25  9:15  NEW MINI-BUS SCHEDULE      Effective     July 4/83  Munda>, Tuesda>, Thursda>:  Leaves  The Dock, Sechelt  for Lower Gibsons  Fire Hall  8:40 a.m.  9:50 a.m.  2:30 p.m.  Leaves  Lower Gibsons Fire Hall  for The Dock, Se.chelt  9:10 a.m.        ' ,  11:30 a.m.  3:45 p.m. (Mon. & Tues.)  4:00 p.m. (Thurs.)  CONTRACTING  EXCAVATING  Wednesday and Friday: 9:15 a.m.  Lca.es The Dock, Sechelt 12:30 p.m.  for Lower Gibsons. Fire Hall: 3:20 p.m.  Leaves Lower Gibsons for Langdale: 9:45 a.m.  Leases Langdale for (iihsons: 10:25 a.m.  Lea\es Lower (iibsons Fire Hall 10:35 a.m.  for The Dock, Sechelt: 1:10 p.m.  4:00 p.m.  GLASS  Gibsons  Telephone  Answering  Service  Service  ��� ���' ���;������������ Mmv ���  Is our pj'^v"���V^'i only *1  886-731 1 or K   V"  For information call     886-7568 -��������>"����  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  - CABINETS -  yy:y 686-9411    ri  Showroom: Pratt Rd. 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Joe Jacques ..885-3611  V  ft Coast News, July 4,1983  Most Triathlon participants plunged eagerly into Trout Lake Friday for early start of the gruelling race.  ���George Matthews photii  Triathlon |  attracts 21  athletes  The Quarter Triathlon held  on Canada Day attracted 21  athletes for the rigorous swim  -cycle - run event.( t;:;  Beginning at.8 a.m. affrpiit  Lake with a brisk hailf^niile  swim in cool arid windy  weather, the participants then  cycled 15 miles to the old  Solnick garage in ' Roberts  Creek, then ran a final five  miles to the Gibsons pool.  First to cross the finish line,  was former April Fools run  winner Michael Ryan of  Roberts Creek who completed  the course in 1 hour, ,37  minutes, 33 seconds. Hot on  his heels was Todd Metcalfe,  who finished in 1:38:57.>  Event Organizer Robb Lid-  dicoate, the; recreational director for the West Howe Sound  recreation district, who also  completed the course, was  clearly delighted with the  number of participants. Lid-  dicoate told the Coast News the  prime objective of the race was  "participation" and from that  point of view, it was highly successful. Every participant successfully completed the race/  Participants in this year's  triathlon, in order of registration were: David Moul, Roger  Langevin, Donald Turenne  Zeta Gaudet, Michael Ryan,  Kystinah Schachte,. Steve Illingworth, Kirk Illingworth,  Heather Myhill-Jones, Brian  Myhill-Jones, Jane Pickering,  Roger Douglas, Robb' Lid-  dicoate, Margo; Devine, Greg  Henderson, Lyn Christian,  Mike Metcalfe,Todd Metcalfe,  Stuart Harrison, Dave  Newland, Steve Feenstra, and  Len Jensen.  Eventual first place finisher in the Triathlon, Michael Ryan  prepares to leave his bicycle and take to Vis heels for last five miles  of the race. ���tjMinseMwtiii-wsphoiii  We Buy Beer Bottles  >v  Junk  Batteries  Radiators  Hwy. 101  THE WOOD SHOP  AH types of Custom  Cabinets, Bookcases, Windows   etc.  FREE ESTIMATES  Professional  Workmanship . 885-3307  HFGoodrich  Vacation  Specials  July 4 - July 16  Make Your Move       Quantities Limited  P 185 80 Rx13 Steel Belt Radials... $68.00 ea.  P 185 75 Rx14 Steel Belt Radials... $78.00 ea.  P 195 75 Rx14 Steel Belt Radials... $70.00 ea.  P 215 75 Rx15-Steel Belt Radials... $85.00 ea.  P 1.85 70 Rx14 Steel Belt All Season $75.00 ea:  P 195 70 Rx14 Steel Belt All Season $80.00 ea.  P 175 70 Rx13 T/A.  $80.00 ea.  P 185 70 Rx13 Advantage T/A...... $80.00 ea.  P 195 70 RxT4 Advantage T/A  $95.00 ea.  P 215 70 Rx14 Advantage T/A.... $105.00 ea.  P 255 70 Rx15 Advantage T/A.... $125.00 ea.  While Stock Lasts  excel in  tourney  The Sunshine Coast was well  represented at the Vancouver  Island Open Tennis Tournament held in Powell River on  the weekend. Pat Dowling, an  accomplished player who now  lives on the Coast, came second  in the Men's A singles, losing  7-6, 7-5 to Ray Johnson, the  number four ranked player on  Vancouver Island.  Dowling later teamed' up  with partner Bryan O'Sullivan  to win the Men's A doubles,  event. - -  Margaret Dowling won the  Women's B singles. Leah Bennett . and her partner Joan  Bewley won the Women's B  doubles 6-2", 7-6 over a ��� team  from Port Hardy. Leah and  her father, Bryan Bennett got  to the semi-finals in mixed double play where they were  defeated by the number one  seeds 6-2, 6-4.  Murray Gant lost 6^4, 6-4 in  an exciting match in the semifinals of the Men's B singles.  Tire, Suspension & Brake Centre  Hwy. 101, 1 Mile West of Gibsons  886-8167       886-2700  Sinclair���885-9327  by Ernie Hume  Last Saturday on June 26 at  the Summer Medal Play Tournament Jim Budd Jr. shot a  club record; score of 68 gross  for a club tournament play.  Now the goal for air our low  handicap golfers is the magic  67. John Kavanagh took the  low net honours with a 65.  After; a hard; foughf battle  for top spot in- the Millburn  Trophy, Mary Horn arid Isobel  Reridleman were all even at the7  regular lJS-hole finish. Mary  arid Isobertheh^ continued pn  to the -.secohd sudden death  hole at which Mary .Horn  managed to eke. out a victory. X  Thursday, June 30, 60 seniors played a Scotch Rnehurst  Tournament, Winners were Al  White and Don Logan with a  28.'/I; second7 place Logan  Wright, and ;"Fred McLean  along with 'Bill Utterback and  Bill Sutherland. Third place:  Herb Receiver and Bob Mc-  Callurn, who. tied with Ernie  Hume and: Dave Doig.  A request to Have the seniors  start earlier was'denied by a  show of hands.'The Saturday  'morning group start as early as  6 a.m. and play 1'8 holes, fdr  those whp desire such changes  this coulabe the solution. It is  apparent that ah 8:30ia.m.- start  and nine hole tournaments are  the wish of the majority of the  seniors at this time.p  ~> Al Dean entered the four day  Provincial Senior Match Play X  Tournament and managed to  win the consolation round of  his   flight.; Congratulations ;  onceagairL X x....-yfy'y;;   \  ...   The Mixed twilight group  played a parther.riiafch using '  'the. Ibngest ball <>ff the.tee and  tHeri}alternating alqrig; with;^a  Titiytac, Toe. finish^Bridgette.  ..Reiche and Les Cowley built up  ��� a score; of 33 ;75 for ^nlow neixS  win. Most points for Tic* Tac,.  Toe was won by Isobel Cowley  and Ed Dor^ along with Doris  Receiver arid Wilf Reiche with ���;���.  a total of 16. .  Tuesday Ladies Day enjoyed X,  a record turn-out with 83  members signing up for the  day's matches. 9-hoIe Ladies  played Tic, tac, Toe: and  Count Putts. Most points went  to Lila Chambers with 15. Elsie  Cupit captured second place  with 13 points. The 18-hole  players played the first round'  of the Marg.Langdale Dog-,  wood Eclectic Trophy. ���;.   .  In  the first  flight  Doreen.  Gregory turned in a lo.w net 64,;  with Wilma Sims-two strokes;  behind shooting a 66. Second  flight winners were Cecia Meda  62,and Eleanor Dann 64. Some  hints of a match between the  ' senior men and the ladies have  been   circulating  around   the  .; club,   If a committee could  establish the ground rules for  such an eventV perhaps an annual   tournament   could   be  established. First day Tuesday  arid return match Thursday!  Last Wednesday Seymour  and Sunshine Coast played the  annual interclUb match at Sunshine Coast. An unusually easy  victory was achieved by the  home :clubi;; 16^2 to }0Vi.  Return match ,is next Wednesday at Seymour Golf Club  where a definite reversal of  results has been forecast.  USED BUILDING SUPPLIES  Quality, used lumber, bricks, windows, lights, plumbing, etc/  P & B USED BUILDING MATERIALS  11947 Tannery Rd., Surrey  MONDAY-SATURDAY ��ee-1311  We also buy, used building materials  >S       S TlHamm M  a   m  The Ultramarathon 83  kilometer run from Egmont to  Gibsons Wharf which is being  arranged by inter-riational  calibre runner Al Howie as part  of Sea Cavalcade is being arranged so that local runners  can take part, too.:  While Howie has invited  other ultramarathoners from  across the country, to join the  race, the run will be broken into a relay of foiir parts for local  runners.  Each member of a four-  person relay team'will run approximately 21 km, very'close  to the same distance as the annual April Fool's Day run.  The run will take place on  - Sunday,'July 31. Any runner  wishing to sign up as part of a  . relay team or wishing more information can call Fraiv Berger  "at 886-2622 or 885-3577- XX''  <..     ��� ������':  The Cutting Edge  ���The FS-61 Trimmer. Light, tough, durable. A  powerhouse against weeds and brush.  Special low prices on Stihl's accessory kits  help give you the edge.in the battle.  And keep it.  & t65i^ p(5wer)S  Ponder Harbour  883-9114  ���-': The schedule .of games, for  the week is as. follows:  Tuesday. July 5  Weldwood   Vs WSI  1 Kenmac      * vs! Cedars^:  Wednesday. July 6     -5  , W��ld>\6od'.;���'���,vsl RCMP-  Bliie Nosers vs'Kenmac-  Thursday, July T  GBS  ������:.���'    vs Cedars  Monday. July II  WSI- vs  RCMP  Cedars.        vs Blue Nosers  (Chat)  (CG)  (Hac 1)  '���'���'���'������(U  THE WORLD'S LARGEST SELLING CHAIN SAW  PENINSULA  MARKET  Groceries  Sundries  Fishing Tackle  Timex Watches  Open  9 a.m. - 9 p.m.  7 Days a Week  Davis Bay, B.C.  ) 885-9721  TIDE   TABLES  Tues., July 5^  0005 1.4.2*  0735 5.6  1430. 11.5  ��� 1850 10.0  Wed., July 6  0030 14.1  0805 4.2  1530 12.6  1955 .   10.9  Thurs., July 7.  0115 14.1  0850 2.7  . 1625 13.6  2110 11.4  July 8  14.2  1.4  14.5  11.7  July 9  14.3  .4  15.2  11.8  Sun., July 10  0330 14.4  1100 -.2  1855      15.6  AIM.   ii.6  Fri.  0150  0930  1725  2205  Sal.  0235  1015  1800  2300  Mon.,  0415  1150  1935  July  14  15  *1'  i  Pt. Atkinson:  Pacilic Standard '  Sponsored as a public  ;    the  Sunshine Coast News  John R. Goodwin, C.A.  Phone 24 hrs. 885-2456  Xx-X   '���.'..'   Vancouver 669-3022  Wednesday.  Note: Early announcements will be: run once, then  must be re-submitted to run again, no more than one  month prior to the event.  ��� Coming Events [:  The Country Fair of Halfmoon Bay, July 23rd at Connor Park Opening  12 noon  Regular Events  r-'tkvki  Sechelt Garden Club meet first Wednesday of each month'7:30 pmStr-  Hilda's Hall. Except Jan.. July and August. ��� '> *��  Kiwanis Care Centre Auxiliary Gibsons meets every 3rd Wednesday *  each month 8 pm at the Care Centre. . ~_,  Timber Trails Riding Club 1st Wednesday of the month 7:30 pm Davis *  Bay Elementary School. -i  Gibsons Tops Meeting every Wednesday at 6:30 pm in the Marine?  Room under the Gibsons Library. 886-2906 or 886-2819.  Sunshine Lapidary & Craft Club meets 1st Wednesday every month at--'  7:30 pm. Information 886-2873 or 886-9204. ";.;  Pender Harbour Auxiliary Jo St. Mary's Hospital meets 2nd Wednesday-'  of every month 1:30 pm at St. Andrew's Church Hall. Hwy 101. NeW i  members welcome. . v>  Port.Mellon Hospital Auxiliary second Wednesday of every month l:3(r J  , pm. 886-7937.                 '-                           '                                               .'  Thursday  Monday  Elphinstone Pioneer Museumin Gibsons is now open Monday through  Sunday between 10 am-4 pm . .'.  Pender Harbour & District Wildlife Society. Regular monthly meetings  will now be held on the 4th Monday of each month.  1st Gibsons Guide"Co. meets on Monday's 6:45 pm-8:30 pm at United  Church Hall, Glassford Rd   Lower Gibsons. Girls 9-12 welcome.  Roberts Creek Hospital Auxiliary: Second Monday of each month. 11 at  Roberts Creek Legion '.���:;.  The Sunshine Coast Dressing Society.meets every 4th Monday to make  non-ca'ncer'dre'ssings for the Coast Garibaldi Health Unit: 10 am-2 pm.  Volunteers���rnen and women heeded.  Roberts Cjwek New Horizons meet at the Community Hall each Monday 1:30-3:30 pm. All welcome.-���  Senior Men's Volleyball commencing Monday the 13th of September,  Elphinstone gym 8i)m. .      ; '���.-���'  Tuesday  The Women's Aglow Fellowship's regular meeting is, held in Harmony.  Hall, on Harmony Lane.-Gibsons. at 11:30 am every 3rd Tuesday, Lunch  served. Information phone 886;9774or.886-9567.,7,, .    .';     "' X  Sunshine Coast Arts CquncH'ieauW.m^et^  month at 7:30 pmatt.tie'Arts Centrein SecheltV''7  Sechelt Crib Club every Tuesday night at 8 pmi.Sechelt Legion. ,       -  Al-Anon Meetings every Tuesday night at 8 pm, St: Adiahs j4all,v Hall...  ;Rd., Roberts Creek: Information call 886-9059 or 886:9041. >?;- ���;'"'���" ;  Sunshine Coast Nayy Leagued Canada Cadets and Wrenettes, ages  10 to I4,"will rrieet Tuesday nights.'7i9 pm, United.c(iurch Hall, Gibsons..  New recruits welcome..'���'.��� - ",'.<��� ���."���.       ',:       _'  Roberts Creek Legion Bingo every Thursday. Early Bird, Bonanza. alscC  Meat Draws.. Doors open at 6 pm. Everyone welcome.  The Bargain Barn of the Pender Harbour Health Clinic Auxiliary is open,  on Thursday afternoons from l-3j30 pm.       . '     >���  Al-Anon Meeting every. Thursday in Gibsons at 8 pm. Information call:  886-9569 or 886-9037.  -.>'.'.  The Kinsmen Club of Gibsons & District welcomes young men 2'1-40~  years. Meetings 1st & 3rd Thursdays 8 pm Kinsmen HalJ.Dougal Park,-.'  Gibsons. Call 885-2412.   ������������.'" * - ;  Gibsons & District 'Chamber of Commerce general meeting on last-  Thursday of every month, 8 pm. Marine Room. ���. "  Western Weight Controllers Branch 154 meet every Thursday 1-3 pm i'  United Church Fellowship Room. New members welcome. For more in-*  ���formation.call 886-7378.                                                                         . i  Friday  Tot Lot at'Gibsons United Church 9:30-11:30 am. Children up to 3 yrs*.  welcome.. Information, call 886-8050.     ��� . -  Secheit Totel Club Bingo every Friday. Sechelt Indian Band Hall. Doot&  open 5:30. Early Birds 7 pm. Bonanza 7:30 pm. Regular Bingo 8 pm?  100t< payout on Bonanza end of each'month. Everyone Welcome. Z  Thrift Shop every Friday. 1-3 pm. Thrift Shop, Gibsons United Churc'hv  . basement.- '..���'��� . ;X.  Wilson Creek Community Reading Centre noon to 4 prh. 885-2709.  Ladies Basketball Elphinstone gym 7-9'p.m.      - "  Saturday  Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship. Breakfast meeting every,\s\z  Saturday/of the month 8 am. Ladies also welcome. Call 886-977^)'']  8^6-8026. Praise the Lord.    .' ���.-.'"'...'��� ":''���',:'>.���. X :-;>'-X    XX^  Wilson Creek Community Reading Centre 1-4 pm, 885-2709. * :  The Bargain Barn of the Pender Harbour Health Clinic Auxiliary is open!-,  on Saturday from 1-3:30 pm. ���,;     ,.-'. :.    "��7  V"  :*���  ��  i Chatelech grads pose for last photograph with diplomas and RCMP  .availableat Tri Photo, Sechelt.  escorts. Grad photo reprints are  ���t ��o Marcon plxiiu  f  S  *  *  'X *  grads have time  Elphinstone secondary's  graduates of 1983 are to be  congratulated for their: optimism in choosing as their  theme "Time Is On Our  Side". Certainly the 88  dignified young men and  women who paraded into the  school's gymnasium last Mon  day night for their graduation  ceremonies looked capable of  making the best of whatever  the future holds for them. v  Mr Dave Stigant, Elphie's  vice-principal and master of  ceremonies, spoke of the  significance of rites of passage  in our lives and of the impor-  m.  p ���Clint Mahlman delivers his address as Grad '83 yialedictorian to his  jppssembled class-mates!, parents and teachers, at the 1983  ^ Elphinstone graiduatiorii ceremonies. Clint received the Ex-Elphie  IV Award for excellence in both academic and athletic endeavours.  . t  SUNSHINE COAST GOSPEL  CHURCH  iCcnc ot Oavis.Bay %���. SLaurelfla I  Inter-Denominational  Family Worship  Sunday 11 am  Sunday-School  For All Ages,  Sunday 9:45 am  "We Extend A Welcome And  An  Invitation To Come And  Worship The Lord With Us"  Pastor Arie de Vos  LUTHERAN WORSHIP  SERVICES  St. Andrew's Anglican,  Pender Harbour  4:00 p.m:., Sunday  St. Hilda's Anglican,  Sechelt  7:30 p.m., Sunday  Karl Hedlin, 886-3755  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  Park'Rd.. Gibsons  ���;: Pastor: Harold Andrews  ��� Res: 885-9163  ..'���;���. Church: 886-2611  Sunday School,'9:30 am  '  Morriipg Service 11:00 am  Gospel Service 7:00 pm  Prayer & Bible Study .  Thursday'7:bo pm  "  GRACE REFORMED  COMMUNITY CHURCH  Sechelt Elementary School  11:00 am      ���'    885-5635  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Gower Point Road  Phone: 886-2660  Worship Service 10 am  Evening Fellowship 6:00 pm  Wednesday School 7:00 pm  Pastor: Dave Shinness -  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  Cedar Grove School  Chaster Road. Gibsons  Senior Pastor: Ted Boodle  George Marshall. ���  ..-..'.;y  Visitation Minister  Sunday School 9:30 am  Morning Worship 11.00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Home Bible Study  Phone 886-9482 or  886-7107  Affiliated with the  Pentecostal Assemblies  .   of Canada  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services  ST. JOHN'S  Davis'Bav - 9:30 am  GIBSONS  Glassford Rd-- 11:15 am  Sundav School - 9:30 am  Rev. Alex G. Reid  Church Telephone  886-2333  ST. BARTHOLOMEW &  ST. AIDAN  ANGLICAN CHURCHES  Parish Family Eucharist  ' ' ���-. 10:00. am   '  St. Bartholomew, Gibsons  12:00 *  St. Aidan. Roberts Creek  SEVENTH-DAY  ADVENTIST CHURCH  Sabbath School Saturday  9:30 am'  Hour of Worship Sat. 11 am  Browning Rd. & Hwy 101  Pastor: J. Popowich  Everyone Welcome    ���  .   For information phone:  885-9750 or 883-2736  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY SERVICES  Sunday Service & Sunday Schpol 11:30 am  Wednesday 8:00 p.m.  In United Church Building. Davis. Bay  885-2506 or 886-7882  tance of this particular rite of  passage for those who are.  changing a life pattern after 12  years of schooling.  Mr. John' Nicholson and  Mr. Bruce Puchalski brought  greetings to trie graduates  from the office of the  superinterTdent and the board  of school trustees,- respectively. They also participated in  presenting diplomas to ' the  graduating class.      "'���;'���-,  Mayor Lorraine Goddard  congratulated the graduating  .class on behalf of the town of  Gibsons.  The   major   awards   were  presented to;the recipients by  Mr; Barrie Boulton, the principal    of   the   school.    The  Headland Shield for academic.,  excellence  was   presented   to  Wendi   Rottluff   and   Karen  Risebrough.   Vick^  Hawken  received the Graduate of the  Year  Award.   The  Ex-Elphie  Award,     although     unprepossessing in appearance;  has   considerable   emotional  significance  as   it Vrepresents  :   what, was left of the trophy  ���;. case   after <the:school   was  .-destroyed by fife 10'years>ago  hlast Thursdays,-        ^  This prestigious award, for  excellence in all fields:;-.- was  awarded to Clint' Mahlman.  As valedictorian, he summed  up the . fee-lings of his  classmates as they looked back  on their years at, school and  forward to a challenging  future. As the graduates came  forward to receive their  diplomas, Mr. Stigant added a  pleasantly personal touch by  describing the contribution  each grad had made to the  school, the subjects they had  been most successful in,,and  their plans for the future.  The Address to the  Graduates was given by Ms  Renee Fountain, French  teacher at Elphie, who had  worked closely with the grads  all year. They showed their appreciation of her speech,' and  of her efforts, on their* behalf,  by giving her a standing ovation.  ,,.:.. The Coast News joins with  parents and teachers in  wishing graduates of 1983 the  very best for the future.  1983 Graduates  Peter Austin  Kathiene Baba  Christine Borley  Patrick Braithwaite  Susan Brandys  Laurie Brown  Lori Campbell  Theresa Campbell  Donald Christian  Jenny Christmas  Michael Clarksoh  Lileen Connor  Klizabeth C'orhin  Stuart Davidson  Raymond Dow  Susan Duffin  Sandra Dunsire  Gerald Kdgecombe  ��� Deanna Flichel  William Fong  F.rika Fredricksen  David Froese  Shelley Fyles  Murray Gant  Kathryn Grant  Viclorfa Hawken  l.orena Henry  Duane Hogberg  Howard Honeybunn  Kevin Horner  Tracy Hostland  Cathlecti Hummel  Johanna Jonas  Thomas Kennedy  Thomas Kurucz  Terry Kwasnycia  Rosalyn'Lee ���  Patricia Leslie  Pearl Lewarne  Sandra Lynn  Lisa MacDougall  Christine MacPhce  Mark Macedo  Darin Macey  ' Clinton Mahlman  C'eraldine Martin  Shahcena Mawani  Shawn Mern'field  Renee Michatid  Kvelyn Neufeld  Martin Payne  Jacqueline Pearson.  Bruce Peters  Timothy Peters  Lisa Piourde  Neil Redshaw  Slaeey Rhodes  Karen Risebrough  iJehorah Robinson  Wendi Rottluff  Lisa Rouleau  Bruce Russell  James Sanders  Carrie Sasarall  Francis Sawcrs  Kelora Schroers ���  Darren Shearsmith  Douglas Smith  Freeman Smith  Stephen Starbuck  Ian Stevenson  Kirsten Storvold  Daniel Strom  David Strom  Lynne Strom  Joseph Strub  Cheryl Swann  Wayne Swanstrom  Kevin Torvick  Lorinda Van. Kleek  Shane Vernon  Jacqueline Vcrzyl  David Webb  ScillaWebb  Andrew Winn  Amb.er Wolansky  William Youdell  Jennifer Young  Coast News, July 4,1983  Thirty-three in first class  13.  i. ���!  Graduation ceremonies for  the first ever class of graduates  at Chatelech secondary school  in Sechelt went'off without a  hitch Monday as 33 grade 12  students received certificates  from schools superintendent  John Denley.  In the. candlelight ceremony,  smoothly orchestrated by  school principal June  Maynard, several guest  speakers praised the school and  the graduates for a job well  done. School trustee Warren  M c K i b bi n. To 11 o wed Mrs.  Maynard's opening remarks  with an inspirational message  to the graduates which he summed up with the message "Go  lor itT':  Sechelt mayor Joyce  Kolibas, whose daughter Sandra was among the graduates,  wished the grads well in their  future careers and Sechelt Indian Band Chief Stan Joe lojd  the students, "We love you".  Student Tom Sweet introduced the --'. guest speaker,  Chatelech science teacher Mike  Allegretti who reviewed the  high scn.ool careers ,of the  students he has taught since  grade eight and offered what  advice he could based on. his  owii graduation experience.  Student Deborah Killam  thanked Mr. Allegretti for his  remarks. '  Student Jillian Flumerfelt  then introduced the class  valedictorian. Ellen Thomas  who, in an emotion-filled address expressed what was on  the minds of most of the  graduates - the joy of graduation and moving into the adult  world, mixed with the sadness  of leaving the school and  friends that Have come to mean  so much to them.  Following brief remarks and  greetings from the ministry,  John Denley presented graduation diplomas.  The evening concluded with  the presentation of major  scholarships and awards. Betty  Laidlaw presented the St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary bursary to Jillian Flumerfelt  Mike Ryan presented .Ed  Ladner with the Sunshine  Coast Credit Union scholarship; Peter Bandi presented  Deborah Killam with the  Sechelt Chamber bursary.  Further scholarship iind bursary awards Were given the  following; students: Legion  Branch 140 Auxiliary, Chris  Hansen and Lori Ann Pet ula;  Sechelt Lions- Club, Nadine  Hall and Sandra Kolibas; Sunshine Coast Business and Professional Women's Club,  Joanne Sigouin; Sunshine  Coast Teachers Association,  Darcie. Young; Shop Easy,  Ellen Thomas; Trail Bay Merchants Association, Lisa Mat-  thaus.  Morgan Thompson of Morgan's Men's Wear presented  the graduates with a hand carved plague, honouring  Chatelech's first ���graduating  class..' X...X x.Xy:X  The ceremony was further  graced bv the presence of  RCMP Constables Boychuk  and Groenke who, dressed in  ceremonial scarlet, escorted the  graduates. -  The students who make up  the first graduates of Chatelech  are:  1983 Graduates  Stephen Almond  Alan Anderson  Lana Arnetl  Cynthia Chappell'  Clover Colbeck  Gregory Dixon  Trent Dixon  Jennifer Dow man  William Farrell  Jillian Flumerfelt  David Gibson  Nadine Hall  Chris Hansen  Sonja Jorgenscn  Deborah Killam  Sandra Kolibas  -  L'dward Ladner  < 'eorge Lizee  '  Brent McCuaig  Tamara McPhail  Daniel Martel  Lisa Matthaus  Jim Nadiger  Lori Ann Pelula  Julianne Sheridan  ' Joanne Sigouin  Susan Slack  Airlie .Stock well  Tina Sutton  Thomas Sweet  FJIen Thomas.  Andrew Ties/en  Darcie Young  CARPET  CLEANING  The   most   efficient   steam  cleaning on the Coast.  Ken Devries &. Son  886-7112  V"   : '���-x^.y-x:.. y  ���.    rouii  ikii nw v.  ( AMII Y   '.'  .I'HAR.VPIACIsr  Howe Sound  Pharmacy  886-3365  John Shaske - Frank Thirsk  Gibsons Medical-Dental Centre, Hwy. 101  X  x^  &.  *^.r -  ��fP^tS  [^^^BSPM^A  ��a��Siia  I  Ws\   M& HJ�� ��* "  Keep in touch  with the  Sunshine  Coast  all year  round!  SUBSCRIBE  NOW  You get your  community  newspaper free  each week here on  the Coast.   '  Keep it coming  when you're  back home!  In Canada:    6 Month Subscription: $18.00  1 Year Subscription: $30.00  U.S. and Overseas: $32.00 per year  Please send cheque or money order to:  The Sunshine Coast News  P.O. Box 460  GlkSOnS, B.C. For more information  VON 1VO  phone 886-2622  n  \\  i"*r-:<i'.'"cJ \~WiPt T.ffi#*i->**vr Coast News, July 4,1983  DROP OFF  YOUR CLASSIFIEDS  <mm>miH pender harbours*��^  Taylor's Garden  Bay Store  883*2253  Madeira Park  Pharmacy  883-9414  mmm in halfmoon bay mmm  B & J Store  885*9435  ���zazmmtm in sechelt wmms.  Books & Stuff  885*2625  Emma's  885*9345  mammm Davis Bay  Peninsula  Market  885-9737  wmrnmm. Roberts creek muzm  Seaview Market  885-340O  ���gmmmmit in Gibsonsma-Mmst.  Adventure  Electronics  Radio/hack  886-7215  &WJ8&X1& lower v.iiagew^g�����*  Coast News  886-2622  t.  z.  3,  4,  S.  -a,  j��.  ii.  u.  **,  14.  15.  J 6.  17.  t8.  19.  20.  21.  22.  23.  24.  25.  26.  27.  2V  29.  KoawssH flrcrjfKrty  Binfa��  Ob'��tMti->$   ,.  T^VAHfe You  Person*!-  Annoaftt��eii����t$  tost ' '  Umtd '  Pet**, livestock  tttotfc  Travel  Wanted  free  G*f4ge 4*je*  BJurter L Twte  For Me  Auto*  Campers  Marine  Mobile Homes    '  W��fite(i tiOt Rent  For tent  Help Wanted  WftrfcWiurted  Child C*re  Business Opportunities.  teg*1  B.C. &. Yukon  39.3 acres. $79,900. Smuggler's Cove area. Fantastic price, can be subdivided. Zoned 5 acres,  hydro and water on  Brooks Road. Well treed,  minutes from ocean. Bob  Philips res. 112 937-0634  or off. 112 324-1034.  Cathay Pacific Rlty. Ltd.  #29  Modul. home on full bsmt.,  3 bdrms. up, 2 down. 21/?  bth.. 5 appl. plus deep  freezer. 2 coolers, drapes,  garden, greenhouse,  chicken coop plus  chickens. Approx. 1 acre.  886-3955. #28  .���'j  On the  Sunshine Coast  First in Convenience &  First in Service  Drop off  your Classifieds  at any one of our  Friendly People  Places  on the Sunshine Coast  The "newest" friendly people place was  also the first! Campbell's Shoes has  become "Emma" in the heart of  Sechelt.  Lower Gibsons  Cozy. % comfortable, 2  bdrm. home, '5 minutes  from beach. Good  neighbourhood. For sale  by owner. $55,900 Open to  offers. Contact 886-9696  or 886-2791. . #28  Roberts Cr., Henderson  Rd., 3 bdrm., unfinished  but liveable, 1,200 sq. ft.  house with full bsmt.,  shake r'f., elec./wood  comb, forced air heat, wd.  windows; 3A ac, close to  beach. $73,000. 885-3881.  #29  Beautiful southern slope,  view lot in Davis Bay.  Selectively cleared & has  access from two sts. Lot  #25.462-9624. #29  SALE PRICE REDUCED  North Road condo.. 2  bdrm.. fireplace, 1V2  baths.. 5 apl.. skylites, etc.  2 years old. Phone  886-9768 or 886-2209.  OWNER MUST SELL,  $51,900. #27  By owner. 3 bdrm. home.  Langdale. Great view.  Stone fireplace with.  Fisher insert. Nice, well  kept lot. Sep.- garage. FP  $68,000. 886-9085 anytime.  #27  C  Obituaries  ]  Green: Louise Marie, born  July 31, t900,- passed  away peacefully in St.  Paul's Hospital, June 30,  1983, in her 83rd year. Sadly missed by her husband,  Wallace P. Green; stepson, Stan Green of  Kitimat; stepdaughter,  Lorrie Girard of Gibsons; 7  granchildren and 11 great  grandchildren. Private  "cremation arrangements  through Devlin Funeral  Home. In lieu of. flowers,  donations to the Heart  Fund appreciated.        #27  The Coast News  office is closed  on Mondays.  sr  l ;  Gof��yr-la*tt and  AdtvmrUmiwtm    y  il���l0UplWtiNp>ffl8Jl' Xx:  The Sunshine Coast News  reserves the right to classify  advertisements under appropriate headings and determine page location: The Sunshine' Coast News also  reserves the right to revise or  . reject any advertising which m  the opinion ot the Publisher is  m questionable taste In the  event that any advertisement  is reiected. the sum paid for  the advertisement will be  refunded.  Minimum $4.00 per 3 lin* insertion. Each  additional line $1 00 Use our economical 3  weeks for the price of 2 rate. Pre-pay your ad  for 2 weeks & get the third week FREE  THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS  ARE FREE.  Birth Announcements. Lost and Found  No billing or telephone orders are accepted except  from customers who have accounts with us.     '  . Cash, cheques or money orders  must accompany all classified advertising  NOON SATURDAY  i'- XiJ-iW  v ���' ,'   :- **?%&>''-'>! -</? <>AT*7\^>-;C;<,'.. "1;/,' ;,-!- H\^ *V  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  Please mail to:  COAST NEWS Classified. Box 460. Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  or bring in person to:  The COAST NEWS Office in Gibsons  CAMPBELL'S SHOES or BOOKS & STUFF in Sechelt  MADEIRA PARK PHARMACY in Madeira Park  NO. OF ISSUES  I  I  I  I  1  _E  1  1  X  -  1  1  Mil  .11IX .  r  ie :         1    II  IE  1  i  -  IE  1  IE  I  I  I  I  1  I  I  I  I  CLASSIFICATION: e.g. For Sale, For Rent, etc.  L-,  Nordstrom:; passed away  July 1, 1983, Margareta  Gptha Nordstrom; late of  Roberts Creek, age 63  years. Survived by her loving husband, Bertil, three  children: Gorel Nielsson  and family; Jack Nordstrom and family; Brigitta  Pattenaude and family,  her brother.'Alt, Heinonen  and family as well as  many otheri relatives and  friends: Funeral service  Wednesday, July 6, at 1:30  p.m. in the, chapel of  Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons. Reverend A. DeVos  officiating. Cremation.  Remembrance donations  to the Cancer Society  would be appreciated. #27  Ill  fersonal  16 HH, dark bay gelding  hunter, has evented..  Sound, no vices, must be  seen.: $2,500 obo.  886-2343. #27  R.I. .Red chicks; $1.50.  Young goats, $20 to $100.  Ducks $5.886-2659.       #27  Nubian Alpine cross goat,  good natured, ready to be  bred. 886-2520. #29  Love, loyalty & intelligent  companionship. Shelties.  From $150. 885-2550.    #28  Ducklings for sale. $2.50.  Pekins: Roven. Campbell.  886-2696 evenings best.  #28  Parenting is Stressful'.  Are you having problems  coping? Join us at Parents  in Crisis. Non-professional, understanding suppdrt  group meets weekly. Confidential. Phone Connie.  886-9232, Barb, 885-2790  or Betty-Ann, 886-3802.  TFN  If someone in your family  has a drinking problem  you can see what it's doing to them. Can you see,  what it is doing to you? Al  Anon can help. Phone  886-9037 or 886-8228   TFN  Got Fleas???  Medicated flea baths for  cats & dogs. For your  dog's comfort now is the  time to have winter  coats removed. Demat-  ting our specialty. Professional grooming for  aff dogs by  Joy Walkey  Castlerock Kennels  885-2505  #28  Oak pedestal dining table,  $200; 4 chairs, $200; 2 oak  parq. end tables. $100 ea.;.  sculpt, style Ige. couch & 2  arm chairs. $300; 2 white &  gold lamps, $50 ea.: ping  pong table. $35. 886-8375  or 886-2791. #28  Announcements  3  E  Music  J  The Sunshine Coast  NDP Constituency Office will be closed July  'and August.  Please contact Don '  Lockstead in Powell River  at 485-5323 or in  Victoria at 387-6774.  B.C. HEART FOUNDATION  Im Memoriam tributes are  gratefully received and  will be devoted solely to  Heart Disease Research.  In Memoriam stands arid  envelopes are located, in"  all Banks and Credit  Unions on the Sunshine  Coast. Donations will be  acknowledged with cards  to the bereaved and  receipts to donors.  #27 #29 #31  The. family of George and  Evelyn Cooper invites all  the friends of their parents  to attend a 40th Wedding  anniversary and renewal  of marriage vows in the  Calvary Baptist Church,  Gibsons, Saturday afternoon, July 23 at 2 p.m. The  only gifts to bring are  good wishes. David, Edward and Brian.    .        #27  Bed. and breakfast  available. Close to beach  Semi-private baths. Ph.  886-9232. '    TFN  XBDBS3  [BSHHttlSXSEP  \ PIANO & ORGAN  LESSONS  Beginning Ag* 3 4 Oidar  JESSIE   MORRISON  1614 Marine Drive  886-9030  l.rim 1111*11*111111!  11  Wanted  LOGS WANTED  Top Prices Paid for  Fir-Hemlock-Cedar  ;     L&K LUMBER Ltd.  Phone 886-7033  Sorting grounds,  Twin Creek  'TFN  Dishwasher in good shape  for very little cash, or free.  883-9342. TFN  Propane Moffat 24" range.  100 Ib. propane tank..��1  regulator & copper tubing.  In good condition. Phone  883-2256. #29  Lawn turf - top quality turf.  Prompt & reasonable  delivery. 946-8311.        #35  top stove and' tank.  Mahogany door &��� frame.  Wood stove for camp or  workshop: 886-8520.     #27  Super Buy - Sportsman  canopy for impt.'long box.  48" high, lined, insulated,  windows, elec. light,.- cost  $1,000 new. $250.  886-7757.  #27  Sofa bed, $90. Persian  design carpet, approx:  8'x12', $140. Suede jacket,  blue, lined, sjze t2/14, $25.  Ail in good cond. 885-9881.  ���       #29  MINI���-SAT  Incl. T dish  all electronics & cable,  $1,995.  Green Onion Stereo  Port Mellon, 884-5240.  SKYLIGHT  BLINDS  Energy   efficient   and  controlled solar rays.  Ken Devries  & Son  886-7112  SCREENED  TOP SOIL    ���  $15/yd: Delivered  $25/   Pickup Load  886-9739  HT tent trailer. Exc. cond.  $800,886-9992. "-  #29  Free Rabbit Manure!  Buy 4-40 lb. bags $2.50 ea..  get another one free. Excl.  fertilizer for your plants or  compost pile. Non burning. Burkhart's Rabbitry  on Pratt Rd. 886-3713.   #28  Fir house logs. 30 logs  32'6" approx. Also can cut  to order. Ph. 885-3498. #28  Ancient horse manure, $20  a 'load. You pick up.  885-9969. #28  Solid' oak repro. antique  furniture. Dining room  table and 4 chairs: $1,625.  Liquor cabinet, $1,100.  Desk $995! All prices firm.  885-7907- #27  Couch and 2 . large armchairs, older style, $200.  Phone 886-7820. #27  Black steerhide rug, new,  $95. Child's table' and  chair, $15. Three-rung boat  ladder, $15. Child's bike,  $30. Folding bed, $18. 2  ring elec. burner; $18. Hd:  manual grain mill, $35.  886-2513. '  #27  Second-hand :store. Buy &  sell at the log cabin in  Wilson Creek. Ph.  885-3835 eves. #27  Pool table, slate, coin  operated. New felt. Includes cues, balls, etc.  $850. Pri. 886-8040 or  886-8213.    ��� #28  Autos  X ;n yeXrs experience '  7 >; 'commercial &  p-ii'Xj*ESiDENTlAL '  i 885-2923      885-3681  1977 V* ton Ford pick-up.  truck with canopy. $3,200.  Steve 883-9551. TFN  ' '81 Capri RS, 255 V8,"auto.,  TRX susp., T-roof, AM/FM  cassette, cruise, ex;- cond.,  20,500   mi.   $8,000   firm. .  886-8340. #27  ^mmmmm  MS*  )  Carage Sales  July 9 & 10, Lockyer Road.  Follow   signs.   Lots   of  everything. Kids' clothes,  some furniture, etc. 10-3.  #27  3 family yard sale, Sat., Ju-  ;ly 9,  10-2.  Sink  unit,  oil  ^heater,   clothing,   etc.  Redrooffs   Rd.,   3   miles  from Highway ,101 .Sign.  #27  Tor Sale  Hair dryer from salon, $50;  older Polaroid camera  with blue flash unit, $20:  886-8465. .'-.;,..     #27,  .8' camperette. Partly  restbred inside. Jacks incl. $450. 4 Z-28 rims, $400.  886-9500 day, 886-2860  eves. #27  FARM FRESH     ,  VEGETABLES  and Black Currants. Tony  Archer, R.R. .4, Gibsons.  886-7046. .   . #27  22'x10' utility shed. Crib &  playpen & car seat. Good  cond. 886-3842. #27  Kingsize waterbed for sale  -includes velour pads,  waveless 90% fibre mattress plus spare mattress.  $550. Coptact  886-8421. #29  14' aluminum boat, $350.1  male poodle pup. Phone  886-7950. . #27  Sail canoe with rudder,  mast & sails. 886-7890.  #27  Man's 26" 10 speed, $75.  Can be seen at Sunshine  Coast Trai le'r Park.      TFN  **���  for Sale  6 pc;-maple dinette suite,  table, 5 chairs, buffet.  $299. 885-2896 after 6 p.m.,  ���"���Xx-' TFN"  Sgl. hide-a-bedxw/folding  mattress & spring $125.  Food dehydrator, :$50.  Clean, queen size ,mat.,  $50. Rocking chair, .$50.  Phone 886-7990. #27  Oil fired.hot water heater.  Excellent condition. $i50.  921-7451^   :',    V   #27  Multicycle Inglis auto  washer $295.; Guaranteed  J&deliveferJ.883-2648: TFN  Sealy P-pedic dbl. bed,  $100. Cedar 5' hot tub,  $425. Hd. dolly, $20.  886-7449.        '>. #28  Farm fresh vegetables  and black currants, Tony  Archer, R.R. 4, Gibsons,  886-7046;' #28  Crib,   $75   obo.   886-2808  between 7 p.m. & 8 p.m.  #28  DURADEK  The only waterproof  deck covering that  won't crack or peel.  Ken Devries  & Son  886-7112  for Sale,  MGB, red, good shape,  good top, tires," etc. Ivtotor  heeds" work.' $3,000 obo.  883-9342. TFN  1968 Triumph Spitfire  -almost completely  ��� restored. New paint, tires,  upholstery, clutch and  much more. Near new top.  3/V race cam engine - overdrive. Priced at my'cost of  $2;275. Can be seen at office of Sunshine Coast  Trailer Park. Gibsons. Ph.  886:9826;, ,    TFN  79 Bronco 4x4. PS/PB.  auto: 351. Excl. cond.  35,000 km Never driven  off road. $10,900. Ph.  886-7287. '* TFN  1971 Datsun pickup. Very  good cond., $1,250. 1972  MG Midget, $1,950.  886-7831. #28  Hood, L.h. door, R.F.  fender fof '67 'Stang. 4 appliance, mags, '4 T/A  radials, 40% L.m! wetsuit  & gear. Sell complete only.  883-2419. #28  '74 Datsun 1800. Mtr. &  trans., 46,000 mi., can be  seen running. $400 obo.  Datsun 210, trans., rear &  five tires on rims.'Fit 210.  Misc. parts. Ph. 886-8571.  #28  1977 Sierra Grande, 1 ton  P/U, auto., trans., 454 cu.  in., good cond. Call after 5  p.m. 886-9843. $2,000.  #28  Orange tabby, male, white  flea collar. Lost in the  Grandview & Pratt Roads  area. 886-3804. ^ ' #29  In Hopkins Landing: a  budgy, blue ��� body and  yellow face. 886-9744.  #29  QUALITY USED EQUIPMENT  CALL FINNlNGm"!  We Buy Clean Cars  Rent-R-Wreck  886-9717  J  2 kittens, grey male &  black female, near Metcalfe Rd., Roberts Creek.  886-7619.  #27  1 pair of glasses, near  Camp Byng on the beach.  Phone Terri, 886-8107,  886-8295.  #27  A tortoise, June 30. Phone  886-7378 or inquire at  Gower' Pt. & Glassford  Rds., green hse. wired  brick. #27  -2799-1975 Cat D8K track-type Tractor w/double tilt angledozer. winch. R.O.P.S. U/C @ 30%. 22" extreme  service shoes.  Sealed and Lubricated Track. Runs well. ��,#������ nnn  Fair Buy. Vernon $63,000  .FT-3160-1968 Cat D7E Track-typB Tractor*/A-dozer. blade, winch, R.O.P.S. U/C (air. Good operating condition.  As IS. FortSt.John. $35,000  FT-2534-1972 Cat D6C Track-type Tractor w/winch, r.o.p.s. u/c @ 40%..Ready to work.  Fair Buy. Campbell River    ' !j>40,OUU  FT-2995-1970 Cat D6C Track-type Tractor w/A dozer, winch, canopy. U/C @ 25%. Operating condition..  As IS. Whitehorse $29,500  FR-4999-1974 Cat 931B Track-type Loader w/multi-purpose bucket, 7 teeth. R.0.P.S...U/C @ 25%. Runs well.  AS IS. Victoria $18,000  FR-5134-1980 Cat 931B Track-type Loader w/multi-purpose bucket. 8 teeth. R.O.P.S. U/C.@ 60%. Sealed and  Lubricated Track. Very good condition.  Certified Buy.  60 day 60/40 participating warranty  Victoria  $39,500  FR-5083-1979 Case 580C BackhOB Loader w/multi-purpose bucket. R.O.P.S. Tires @ 25-70%. Good appearance  and well maintained. '   ���      ��*   ^     nri  Fair'Buy. '..���    Nanaimo.   '-\ Jj>t/,0u0  FR-5195-1979 JCB 3C BackhOB Loader w/lront bucket. 24"-backhoe bucket. R.O.P.S. Tires @ 60-80%. Low  hours. _ _nft.  FairBuyt Campbell River. $ i f ,0UU  Plus...over 300 more units to choose from!II  "NEED A RENTAL Mike  INSTEAD...CALL US*       Walker  mmmmmm���amemammm���smm Vancouver (Bus) (604) 872-4444  FINNING Langley (Bus)'     (604)533-1244  Langley (Res)      (604)533-2373  Caterpillar. Cm tnd ��� are Tn<!*fflarki ol Cattrpilar Tractor Co.  K&C AUTO WRECKING  Stewart Rd. off North Rd.,  now open Mon. to Sat., 9  to 5. Ph. 886-2617.        TFN  '75 Corvette, burgundy  with blk. Ithr., 4 spd.,  PS/PB, PW., 60,000 mi.,  new brakes, clutch, tires,  rad., alt., real looker.  $10,500 obo. Partial trade  cons. 886-8064. #27  1968 Chev Impala Super  Sport, auto., PS/PB, runn-;  ing, needs few repairs,-  $375,885-2464. #29  1971    Econoline   Van,  50,000    miles,    semi--  camperized.      $1,000 ���  885-3559. #27-  '79 Horizon, cjbod condi-.  tion, reasonable price'  886-9717. D.L:'7424      TFN~  1975 Plymouth Satellite,  PS/PB, automatic, recent  tune-up.. 886-3708. $1,200  obo. #27  now!  1973 Datsun PU, very good  condition. $1,350. Ph.  885-2653. #27  '81 Datsun 200 SX, fully  loaded, excp., air, new  cond., silver/grey, $7,995.  886-3730. #29 I     in rim i in      i     i  r^>-<  xxXr-ixy-yyxyx  ^Jr^yyy^^y  \X' 'X'*"*'yXy]y:'yh ;/i  1981 FordF-100, PS/PB/4  spd. mar)., canopy, 14,000  km, $8,100.886-7041.    #29  '73 - Olds Delta. New  engine and tires. Runs  we'll.; $400.885-9881.     #29  1972 Mazda 4 dr. stand.,  good cond., $750. 2nd lane  before Flume Rd., R.C.-on  101. #27  77 Ply. Sport Fury, PS/PB,  air, cond;, cruise control,  63,000 mi., new brakes,  snows, $2,300. 886-2623.  #29-  '67 Dodge Dart, $300 obo.  Ph. 885-3537. #29  '74 Mustang II Hbk. Runs  bu.t needs work, 'body  rusted. $400. Ph. 886-2914.  #27"  Mo.bile home space.  Suitable for 12 wide. No  dogs. References required. Sunshine Coast  Trailer Park, Gibsons. Ph.  886-9826. TFN  10x50, 2 bdrm., 2 appl.,  new carpet, lino & paint.  $9,500,886-8393. #27  For Sale: 52' double wide/  5 yrs. old." good cond.: 3  bdrm.,. 2 bath., can remain  set. up or move. $28,000.  886-9409. XXy:yyr   tfn  1,2x44 mobile home, 2  bdrm,, stove," fridge,  drapes, $14,000. 886-7381.  ..''"���������      #27  Camper*  23' Kustom Coach trailer,  shower, fr., st., exc. cond.  $5,500,886-8151 or 7787.  #27  Slumber Queen canopy for.  import PU. $200, Equalizer  tr. hitch, $100. 885-5976.  #27  '65 GMC camperized  school bus. 886-7292.  #28  23' travel trailer. Propane  stove, lights, fridge, furnace. 110 V H.W/T. & hookup. S3.500 obo. 886-7859.  #28  1980 9' Vanguard camper,  3 way fridge, propane  stove w/oven, flush toilet  & shower.- 2 holding tanks.  Ph. 885-7923 or will consider trade on boat. 24'.  #27  Furn. home for family of 4  for, August. Will care for  your hohrie while you are  away. Good refs. Prefer  R.C. area andvbeach access. Call collect.  985:0169.        - �� #28  Responsible woman with  1 child wants to rent 2  bdrm. house in Roberts  Creek area stg. Aug. 1/83.  Ref. available. 885-7458.  #29  {**'  for Rent  l 24'  cedar  plank  on  oak  , frame. 261 GMC inboard. 2  to 1 reduction. VHF-CB,  anchor winch. First $5,000  ', takes.     886:8040     or.  ,  886-8213.       '���.'.'    ������'" #28  ��� Repairs & service'for out-  ���boards and stern drives.  ..Most makes and models.  Phone Dave. Bland.,  "885-2030." .       .'- ���      . #28-  HIGGS MARINE  SURVEYS LTD  Insurance Claims  Condition and Valuation  Surveys  ' Phone 885-9425  Beautiful    30"    cabin  cruiser, 1956 Monk desigo,  '.' sleeps 6. Fully equipped.  ' moored at Sechelt. Phone  : Abbotsford,    853-96,78.  - Price $24,500. #27  "24" Se.tray Sundancer 240  srv. twin l/B 140 Mercs.  Fresh water cooled, 'trim  tabs. PS interior heater,  full canvas, .'serviced &  maintained regularly. Ask-  inc. S19.700. Ph. 922-1050  : after-5. .     #28  mmmmmmm  Beautiful home in Woodcreek Park. Avail. July 1.  Pets & children' welcome.  $500/mqn. 886-7516.      #28  Gibsons. Franklin' Rd.  waterfront. Fully furnished. Sept. 1 to end of June;  Box 1217. Gibsons. B.C.  VON "1V0 or ph. 886-7456.  Vancouver ph. 731-8834.  '#28  Responsible person to  share lg. house, Robts.  Creek, orchard, .garden.  885-3618 p.m. #28-  These beautiful 3 bdrm.  'suites renting at $450 per  month.have been reduced  to ,S35Q per month due. to  , the    location:    20   mins.  pydrive .-from -the- shopping1  mall on the 'Port Mellon  Hwy.:886-9352 or 886-9456.  '-���"���'������;' #28  Deluxe 1 bdrm. duplex  F.'P. w/w. 2 appl.. view, on  Hwy. 101. close to mall.  Mature adults, no pets.  $350'mo. Occup. immed.  886-8375 or 886-2791.    #28  Modern 3 bdrm. home.  Park Ave., Roberts Creek.  Avail. Aug. 1. Ph. 886-7040  aft. 6 p.m. #28  12' Thornes with 6 hp  .motor. $500. Can be seen  at Sunshine Coast Trailer  Park.  TFN  |(arbour ���  Heights v  Spacious 1, 2, & 3  bedroom suites avail- ,  able immediately in i  family building. Small  pets considered. Heat,  cable & storage space  included.  886-9557  ���7 ft. Pioneer dinghy, near  new. D.O.T. approved.  $245. Ph. 883-9988.        #27.  4 hp ; Johnson outboard,  low hrs., excellent shape,  886-7137 eves. #27  17 foot boat, Volvo motor  & leg. Motor completely  reblt. $2,500.886-3769. #29  12' fiberglass sailboat.  Main sail and jib good  cond. $375. Ph.  886-7079. #27  14 ft. tri hull Boston  Whaler, 50 hp Merc. A-1.  Ph. 886-7260. #27  xj*  B  Motorcycles  .'79 Suzuki GS750. Kerker  header, electronic ignition, Koni shocks, sport  fairing. Well maintained,  in excellent cond. 26,000  km. $1,800. Phone  886-8032. #27  1973 Suzuki, 380 cc. Good  cond. $400.886-7381.   #27  '69 Triumph Hard Tail, real  nice looker, $1,500 obo.  Joe, 886-8583. #27  1980   Suzuki   GS   400,   8  valve head, mag wheels,  7,000       km,       $1,450  .886-7041. #29  1983 Yamaha 650 Heritage  Special, must sell, $2,000  obo. 886-3708 eves.       #27  Avail. Aug. 1 or sooner, attractive 4 rm.. 1 bdrm.  suite in Gibsons. W/W  carpets, new kitchen  stove & fridge. 1 or 2  adults. No pets. 685-2198.  ���  #28  Waterfront 1 bdrm. house.  Pender Harbour. Laundry,  fr. & st. $300/mo. 883-9342.  ���   ���' TFN  3 bdrm. WF house, Pender  Hbr. Incredible view, laundry facil. Dock 1 blk.away.  Wood floors, high ceilings.- For August 1.  883-9342. TFN  Rent Free - beautiful  waterfront property,--10  miles north of Sechelt.  Will rent trailer free of  charge in return for  winterizing older cottage  and installing electric  lines (poles now in). Owner  will supply material.  Mature persons only. Written references required.  Apply Box 120, c/o Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons,  B.C.V0N1V0. #28  Roberts Creek, 3 bedroom  deluxe, semi-waterfront  duplex. No pets. $475. Ph.  886-7251. #27  Gibsons, Marine Dr., large  1 bdrm. suite, close to  stores, beach, etc. Great  view. $325/mon. Ph.  886-8035. " #27  2 bdrm hse. Retired cple  only. Behind RCMP. Box  119 c/o Coast News-Box  460, Gibsons, B.C.        #26  giii.iiiii.iiiiiiiimimi wm-iit*  ^yxxy^'%Q^yyy  'x? *yry<Xs  2 bdrm. home nr. Madeira  .pk. nr. to school & shops.  $200/mdn.883-9407.     #29  Store space for rent. 1,700  sq. ft. of floor area in  Madeira Park. Could be  divided in two. Phone  Steve, 883r9551. TFN  Comm. premises for rent  immed. 1,000-1,800 sq. ft.  Lease basis. Phone  886-8138 or.886-2141.  TFN  2 yr. old, 2 bdrm. home.  Quiet location. Wood  stove, F.P., Fr. & St., 2V*  bath., full shower in bsmt.  $4507mon. Dam. dep. &  refs. req". Call 886-3730.  #27  Community Hal) for rent in  Roberts Creek. Phone  Debbie, 886-3994, 7-10  p.m. TFN  3 bdrm. close to  mall/school. Stove/fridge.  $500/mon. 886-9025.     #27  1 bdrm. cottage,  $35Q/mon. Incl. Fr., SL,  cable, ^TV, util. No pets.  Avail immed. 886-2401. #27  Cafeteria equip, for sale.  30 feet metal counters in  sections w/stainless steel  tops. Includes a 3*. compartment sink & 1 display  case. Lg. fridge, gas stove,  etc. $2,7.50. Phone  886-9440. #27  2 bdrm; upstairs duplex, fr.  & st, FP, walking distance  of Sunnycrest Mall. Ht. &  lg. incl. Ph. 886-9862 after  6:30 p.m. Avail, immed. #29  Clean, 2 bdrm. mobile  home; (50x10)- on Bryan  Rd. -Silver Sands. Year  round rental, $190/mon-  (206) 927-0751 before 8  a.m. #29  Help Wanted  )  Kids wanted as berry  pickers for black currants.  886-7046. #27  Experienced waiters/  waitresses & housekeepers. Lord Jim's.  885:2232. 2-5 p.m. #27  Housekeeper req'd. - one  day a week. Experienced  with references. 886-9733  or 886-7726. -#27;  iromrYo/;  work ]���neededi.  Once la week. Ph. after 6  rp.m,v886-7802.;   '���'.;'������.') #27  Immediate part-time positions available for exp.  waiter/waitresses. Apply in  person at Seaview  Gardens. Tues. to Sun., or  ph. 886-9219. #27  .,     i__  - -,  The Sunshine Coast Transition House is looking for  a full-time counsellor.  Responsibilities include  resident intake: resident  and non-resident counselling, referral and advocacy:  co-ordination of house  maintenance and management. Qualification:  knowledge and -experience in individual,  group, team .counselling:  crisis intervention: the  needs of battered women  and their children. The  ability to work independently and as part  of a team essential. Ability  to work under stress  crucial. Applicant must be  available to work evenings  and weekends, have a  valid B.C. driver's license  and have car available for  work. Starting date:  September, 1983. Salary  range: $16,800 to $18,600  per annum dependent on  qualifications. Send  resume by July 25,1983 to  Co-ordinator, Box 1413,  Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0. #28  Work Wanted  J  -1 Need $3:800  for 'tuition?ietc.' Energetic  engineering   student   will  lid   >Kfi : maint.,  g artte'n in g ���a n'y. ���  thing! Brian 886-7963.  #29  TIMBERJACK SKIDDER &  OPERATOR, 886-2459. #29  DRYWALL?  Free estimates. Lots of  refs. Call Joe. 886-8583.  #29  Fowler Const.  Framing & foundations.  Renovations & additions.  Siding, sundecks, kitchen  cabinets & plumbing.  Complete house const.  886-7309. #29  r  Child Care  3  Single parent requires  childcare for boys ages 5  & 7. Call 886-9472. #27  fit.  \2t  Business  Thinking.of starting you.  own business? 18x8 ft.  trailer, swing up doors on  all .sides - owner will  finance. Steve 883-9551:  TFN  Small shop for rent on  Hwy.' Good parking. Est.  clientele. After 5;  886-8390. #28 >  CARPET  CLEANING  The most efficient  steam cleaning on the  Coast.  Ken Devries  & Son  886-7112  Legal  Licensed practical nurse  seeks steady employment  on Sunshine Coast.  Hospital or private  duty,home nursing, etc.  Very experienced, exc.  refs., call 112-738-9177  after 7p.m. #27  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Topping - Limbing -Danger  Tree Removal. Insured,  guaranteed work. Free  estimates, 885-2109.  TFN  Qualified Painter  Reasonable   Rates.   886-  9749. TFN[  Notice to Creditors  IN THE ESTATE OF  LILLIAN MAY MAXWELL,  LATE OF GAMBIER ISLAND,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NOTICE is hereby given that  Creditors and others having  claims against the estate of the  above named are hereby required to send particulars  thereof to the Executor. RAYMOND YELLS, at 837 West  Rocky ��� Point Drive. Camano  Island. Washington 98292. tin  or before August 1. 1983.  after which date the Executor  will distribute the said estate  among parties entitled thereto,  having regard only to claims  by which he then has notice.  . RAYMOND YELLS  Executor  Coast News, July 4,1983  Foundations, framing,  renovations, siding,  finishing. Jim Budd,  886-8771. TFN  Typing.   Phone  886-2622,  886-7817, Wed.-Thurs.-Fri.   TFN  Reliable exp. carpenter;  framing to finishing; small  plumbing and electrical  work. 885-3847. #27  Hardwood Floors resand-  ed and finished. Work  guaranteed. Free est.  Phone'885-5072. TFN  FOR EXPLOSIVE  REQUIREMENTS  Dynamite, ejectric or  regular caps, B line E cord  and safety fuse. Contact  gwen Nimmo, Cemetery  Road, Gibsons. Phone  886-7778. Howe Sound  Farmer Institute. TFN  For pruning, fencing, hauling away, low maintenance gardens or any of  your gardening needs, call  Matt SmaM, 886-8242.   #30  , Pat Korch Const.  Custom framing & foundations. Renovations & additions. Design & drafting.  A Complete Building  Service  886-7280  '^ . TFN  Moppets  Have  your  home  spring  cleaned - monthly - weekly,   Carpets   -. windows. ���  886-7013.886-8571.      #28  Landscaping and garden  maintenance, ornamentals, shaped hedges trimmed, fruit trees pruned  and sprayed. Phone  886-9294 after 6 p.m.   TFN  Need your garden weeded  or lawn. cut. etc.? Most  even. & sat., call Peter  after5p.m 886-9843.    #28.  Cleanups/light   hauling.'  home   maintenance.   Gibsons.    Roberts   Creek.  Sechelt'   areas.    Norm1  886-9503. #28  Free dead car removal.  Turf delivered rr/.$.140per  yd. 5 Sears tires A-78-13".  Garry's Crane Service.  886-7028..: :.'jX.' #28  House Painting  Interior' & exterior. Call;  Sam Dill. 886-7619.        #29:  GIBSONS RCMP  On the 25th: A 23 year old Gibsons man whose name cannot  be released at this time, is facing charges of causing a disturbance following an incident  which occurred in the early  morning hours in the Seaview  Plaza area in Lower Gibsons.  Police attended to the disturbance call and found the Gibsons man chasing another in an  attempt to start a fight.  On the 28th: A $400 tape deck  was reported stolen from a  residence located on the Lower  Road.  Another break and entry was  reported, this time from the  Creekside Estates. Loose cash  was taken from a residence.  The theft is still under investigation.  Police also reported this  week an increase in the usual  number of calls about family  disputes, wild and loud parties,  and drunk drivers. ,  SKCHELTRCMP  On the 24th: The door of a  travel trailer located on  Redroofs- Road was forced  open and the door's latch torn  by thieves. Nothing was  reported taken from the trailer.  On the 26th: A 14' white  fiberglass boat with a 9.9 HP  Evinrude motor was reported  stolen from the Garden Bay  Marina.  37 highway signs were reported torn down from the  Madeira Park area. This vandalism occurred Sunday night  and early Monday morning.  On the 29th: A Sechelt man is  facing three separate charges  following his arrest for impaired  driving  last  Thursday  15.  night. These are: possession of  a restricted weapon, in this case  a loaded sawed-off shotgun;  pointing a weapon; and of  threatening with a weapon.  The man was disarmed and apprehended.  Police are investigating  reports that juveniles have been  supplied with liquor by some  adults. Liquor has been purchased by the adults and resold  to the juveniles.  Marsh Society  hosts picnic  Legal  Ministry oi  ��� Forests  ���  \zXTJ Province of  British Columbia  Notice Inviting  Applications For  Timber Sale  Licence A20452  Pursuant to Section 16(1) of  the Forest Act. there will be offered for sale at public auction  by the District Manager at  Sechelt at 10:30 a.m. on July  25, 1983. a Timber Sale  Licence to' authorize ' the  harvesting of 19 530 cubic  metres of Hemlock. Cedar. Fir.  Maple Balsam & Other  Species, located Parkdale  Creek. New Westminster Land  District. '.���''' .'������"'  Term: Two (2) Years..  Bids can  be accepted only  trom those who are registered  as small, business enterprises.  as defined in the' Regulations.  Provided anyone who is unable  to attend the auction in person  may submit asealed tender, to  be opened at 'the hour of auc  lion and treated as one bid.'  Details of the proposed Timber  Sale Licence may be obtained  from the Regionai Manager.  B.C.   Forest   Service.   4595  Canada Way. Burnaby. B.C  V5G   4L9.   or   the   District  Manager. B.C, Forest Service.  Box 4000. Sechelt. B.C. VON  3A0.  Mine closing out surplus  equipment. Miscellaneous  pipe and fittings, rail and  accessories, miscellaneous wire and cable,  underground mining  equipment. E. Jones,  Craigmont Mines. Merritt.  Phone 378-2212. #27  .320 acres on paved road,  five miles from Oliver, B.C.  Ample grazing and water,  sub-dividable into 10 acre  lots. $160,000. Phone  498-2813 after six o'clock.  #27  Earn hundreds and hundreds in your spare time  demonstrating hot tubs,  spas or saunas with  friends and neighbours.  California Cooperage,  World's largest hot tub  manufacturer offers exclusive dealerships in your  area. Sell at retail for continuing profits. Write:  Rural Dealer Division,  California Cooperage, 149  Riverside Dr., North Vancouver, B.C. V7H 1T6.  Phone 929-8167.  #27  Earn extra money part-  time as a Regal sales  representative. Our gift  catalogue is all you need.  Write Regal, 939 Eglinton  Ave. E., Dept. 446, Toronto, M4G 2L6. #27  Bordering beautiful  Kluane. National   Park.  Mote) complex, excellent  location, 12 lots. 40 seat  tavern, gas bar,  laudromat, trailer hookups and 13 units. Box  5460, Haines Jet., Y.T. YOB  1L0. Phone (403) 634-2371.  #27  by Vince Bracewell  The Sechelt Marsh Protective Society is having a picnic  next Saturday at Porpoise Bay  Campsite starting at 6 p.m.  Hopefully the weather will be  warm enough for a dip before  djnner (your bwn food). The  park naturalist this summer is  Angela Kroning and she has invited us to share the new amphitheatre with her to put on a  nature show. She will have  some of her collection of  marine animals.  2* -.  B.C. *. Yukon  Urine-erase. Guarantees  removal dog. cat. human  urine stains, odours from  carpets regardless of  stain age. Free brochure.  Reidel I ' Chemicals  Limited. Box 7500. London. Ontario N5Y 4X8. #27  Records/Tapes. Popular.  Country, latest, hits or old  favourites. Lowest prices.  Special Nashville imports.  Send ST for latest  catalogue, receive future  issues free... Supersound.  Box    5227-B.    Vancouver  Mr. J. Burgerjon of. the  Sargeants Bay Protective Society has kindly offered to show  his own movie on marine  animals with his commentary.  After the movie we will play a  tape of owl calls to sec ii* we  can bring in some of these nocturnal birds for a little visit.  Come dressed for the curreni  weather conditions. Bring a  flashlight and perhaps a. good  insect repellant. Wc welcome  all interested residents or  visitors.  &. Yukon  V6B4B3.  ,#27  Super Warehouse  Clearance. Metal Halide  lights. 1000 watts.' super  -$299: 400 watt - $199: 300  watt Wonderlights - $79.  Western Water Farms,  682-6636. ' 1234 Seymour  Street. Vancouver. B.C. #27  Taxidermy Business for  sale by owners. Established 4 years at location and  expanding. Annual gross  $155,000.' Enquiries from  serious experienced individuals only. Box 4866.  Whitehorse. Yukon.      #27  Glass man for clean, efficient   northern   shop.  Prefer well qualified,  stable, co-operative per  son. Contact G.E. Moore.  Polar Industries. 117 Copper Rd.. Whitehorse. Y.T.  Phone 1-403-667-7343. #27  S.I.R. mail order catalogue  -59 years, Canada's first  choice for campers,  hunters, fishermen. Send  $2 and receive our 388  page catalogue plus a $3  credit coupon for your  first order. S.I.R. Mail  Order Dept.. 048, 1863 Burrows Avenue. Winnipeg.  Manitoba R2X 2V6.  #27  Attention Fishermen!  Always a good cartch with  Sak Traps! Dungeness.  prawn and cod. Your  custom design or standard. Call Ken at Sak Industries. 941-0501.        #27  Wood Windows, .Doors,  Skylites. Largest selection, lowest prices. Walker  Door. Vancouver 266-1101,  North. Vancouver 985-  9714. Richmond 273-6829.  Kamloops 374-3566. Nanaimo 758-7375. Winlaw  226-7343. Lillooet 256-  7501:' Whitehorse 667-  7332. TFN  Fully   experienced   baker  with ; management  qualities, cake decorating  an asset. Wage depending  on experience. Apply to  Ken Sanford. Box 952.  Ashcroft. B.C. VOK 1A0 or  call 453-2444. #27  Wood windows, doors,  skylites. Largest selection, lowest prices. Walker  ��� Door. Vancouver 266-1101.  North  985-9714.  273-6829.  374-3566.  758-7375.  Vancouver  Richmond  Kamloops  Nanaimo  #27  Satellite   Systems   Ltd..  5330 Imperial. Burnaby.  B.C. V5J 1E6. Complete  satellite packages from  $1995. Financing  available,. no down payment OAC. $59 per month.  Dealer inquiries welcome.  Open 7 days a week for  your convenience. Phone  430-4040. .    TFN  Over 2 million $s in used  Caterpillar parts & attachments. * tracks, swing frames * rebuilt  engines, transmissions *  hydraulic components *  canopies, fuel tanks,  radiators * grapples, winches, dozers, tires;..plus  much more! CALL: Prince  George (604) 563-0331:  Kamloops (604) 372-9552:  Vancouver (604) 872-4444.  Finning Tractor & Equipment Company Limited.  #27  Pavemaster roller.   1   ton  La-, ton asphalt spreader.  Future 400 grader.400 hrs.  JCB 3D backhoe. 2.000  hrs.. '75 GMC65 series 366  cu. in.S.A. 5 & 2 11 ft.  dump.box. 30 ft. flatdeck  trailer. All equipment in  very good condition.  Phone.398-7776. #27  Computer related & word  processing courses.  Call  or   write   to:    Burnaby  [Careers. 114-7155  Kingsway. Burnaby. B.C.  V5E 2V1. Phone (604)  526-8541. #27  Paddle Fans The original  'an store. Wholesale and  Retail. Free Catalogues:  Ocean Pacific Fan Gllery  inc.: 4600.. East Hastings  Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5C  2K5. Phone 112-299-0666.    TFN  i -giving Fixtures.  ���?si -n ('.'.mart's -'��rg< st  .pi'.=.. vholtisal' ar>rl  <��� ail. Ft.s- catal ;iuf .  a-riilablc Noiuum  L<';htinc; Centre Inc.. 4600  E,-. it Hastings Street But  n.ioy. 3 C. V5C2K5. Phone  29^-0666. TFN  David Hugh Black, son of  Hugh Albert Black, late of  North Vancouver. Anyone  knowing of his  whereabouts please contact J.D. Black, 922-6173  or 926-1872.- #27  Strawberries   available  now until about July 20.  Pick your .own 65�� per  pound, picked 90s per  pound. Free containers  provided. Abbott's Berry  Farm. Sicamous, B.C.  Phone 836-8543. #27  Ramada Everett pacific  Hotel - 3105 Pine St..  Everett. WA. 98201. Stay  with us in Everett.  Washington! $39 at par.  Friday - Sunday or Sunday  nights. Restaurant,  lounge, entertainment,  pool, jacuzzi. sauna. Close  to shopping. In Vancouver  dial 222-4622: Victoria  383-7152; other, collect  (206) 339-3333. #27  Yoga and meditation  retreat with Baba Hari  Dass. Aug. 3-8, Salt Spring  Island. We feel, honoured  to host this 5 day retreat  with an acknowledged  master. Adults $135,  children (2-12) $85. Family  rates also. Information:  Box 1133, Ganges, B.C.  VOS 1Z0. 537-2326 (Salt  Spring), 874-3997 (Vancouver).      ��� #28  Oriental International introductions. Sincere  ladies love to correspond  or meet with honest  gentlemen for friendship  to marriage. Write No. 6,  300 Decaire, Coquitlam,  B.C. V3K 5P2. #27  Electrolysis is permanent  hair removal. Support  local T.A.P.E.B.C.  member. For information  regarding member in your  area write to: T.A.P.E.B.C.  6472 - 130A Street, Surrey,  B.C. V3W 7W8. #27  Bombardier Muskeg tractor and J-5. Go anywhere  -swamps, peat bogs and  new road construction.  Surfwood Supply, corner  Main and 1st, Vancouver  .V5TTAJ. Phone 873-2656.  #27  Waterfront  New log home, four deeded acres' on beautiful  Horsefly Lake. 330' waterfront, all co'nv.. year-round  graded'RD. $78,000 obo.  943-4061 Delta or Box 221,  Horsefly, B.C. #27  5 acres for sale by tender.  High land at road intersection 9 miles from Mission.  Contact De.wdney-Alou-  ette regional district,  32386 Fletcher Ave., Mission, B.C. V2V 5T1.  826-1291. Any or all  tenders may be rejected.  #27  Fly for fun or profit fantasy Ultra Lights. Full  training, sales, rentals.  Dealerships available.  Phone 792-0484 or write  No. 9, 44335 Yale Road  West, Chilliwack, B.C. #27  Kennel on a beautiful  secluded 5 acres with  stream. 50 minutes from  Vancouver at Matsqui.  Modern, immaculate  duplex plus 3 bedroom  ��� bungalow, rec room,  . private. $169,000. Mr. Trotter, 338-5574. #27  Luxurious Houseboats  for Rent  Weekly or 3 day - 3 night  Rentals available  May 1 to October 31  on the fabulous ���  Shuswap Lakes,  Sicamous. B.C.  Reasonable Rates  (604) 836-2202  Houseboat Holidays  - International         __._J2?  Centennial Motor Hotel  -Vancouver. Five minutes  from downtown, one block  from VGH. Beautiful view  rooms, good food, piano  lounge/ pub. friendly staff,  reasonable rates. Phone  872-8661. #27  Full Colour. Handsome,  custom designed badges,  buttons, pins or mottos.  Send for illustrated  samples. Flagg & Co.  Mfg., 012-319 West Pender  Street, Vancouver. B.C.  Phone 681-2459. #27  Tow trucks for sale. 1979  Ford LM 700 600 Holmes.  1980 Ford 350 Dual Century, 1978 Ford 350 480  Holmes, 1977 Ford 350  Dual Wreckmaster, 1980  Bronco loaded, low  mileage, 1974 T-Bird, 1979  Lincoln, 1976 Ford truck.  Phone (403) 522-3755, Lake  Louise Service Ltd.       #27  1978 Cessna 172, 1300  TTSN Navcom, Transponder, LR tanks, many  extras. C/A to November  '83. Hangered FST included. Asking $25,000. Contact Gervais 743-2191. #27  Aerial bucket truck, 1978  Stelco 50' working height,  insulated boom, ar-  liculating manlift. 1971 International Loadstar 1600,  low,mileage, excellent  condition. Phone 286-1443  or 287-4675. Campbell  River. #27  i  ' ��� A, ����� ~r*v *^* ?**t:~ ��  '**>**E3ifr^i^��!2!ffi^^ 16.  Coast News, July 4,1983  Feds make it possible  by Fran Berger  The usual prize of $5 will be-  awarded to the first person  whose name is drawn correctly  identifying the location of the  , above. Send entries to the  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons, in time to reach this  newspaper by Saturday of this  week. This week's winner is  Lori Montigel, Gamma Phi  Beta Camp, R.R. 1, Sechelt,  who correctly located the sign  at the camp on West Sechelt.  Lori is the camp director. The  first of three groups of girls  will arrive at camp this week.  Parents  want  same  principal  Twenty eight parents from  Madeira Park came to the  school board meeting at.  Elphinstone last Tuesday to  support their brief and petition signed by. 78 per cent of  families with children at .the  elementary school asking  trustees to re-consider their  plan for a new principal for  the school next year.  Mrs. Irene Boyd, chairperson of the consultative committee, stated clearly the  reasons why the community  wanted to keep Mr. Ken  Wohlberg as principal, all of  which made sound educational  sense, but the board decided at  their in-camera meeting not to  grant the request.  Ken   Wohlberg   was   appointed to Madeira Park on a  temporary,   one-year1 assignment as principal in 1982. This  is a recent policy of the,board  designed    to   give   teachers  Within the system experience  as administrators.  ,   Superintendent  Denley advised the trustees that he had  every    expectation    that  Madeira  Park  school  would  continue    its   growth    and  demonstrate   the   same   cooperative   and   enthusiastic  school and community spirit  with  the new principal,  Mr.  Wetmore. He had nothing but  praise   for   the   consultative  committee who had conducted  their campaign with maturity  and professionalism.  Having been the bearer of  the unwelcome news of the  board's decision, which was  made only after, considerable  discussion and soul-searching,  he was further impressed by  their attitude and determination to work with the new administrator, to support him  and the school.  Minister of Employment and  Immigration Lloyd Axworthy  announced Thursday that the  federal government will proceed on its own to continue  funding for the Employment  Bridging Assistance Programme, otherwise known as  EBAP, and the Community  Recovery Programme.  Minister      of.    Human  Resources.Grace McCarthy announced Wednesday, the second last day of the current  programmes, that the provincial-government was unwilling  to extend its share of the funding - just under $4 million - to  keep the programmes going until September, even though the  federal government was willing  to   contribute   another   $11  million, 70 per cent of the cost.  McCarthy claimed that industry  in  the  private sector  would have to deal with the  more than 5,000 workers involved, whose only alternatives  are   unemployment   insurance  or welfare.  Despite the provincial back-  out, Axworthy said that Ottawa wanted the job programmes to continue. Therefore the  federal government is  allocating another $3.9 million  for job creation within these  programmes, in addition to  which $13.9 million will be included from the Unemployment Insurance fund.  All   existing   Community  ���  Recovery and EBAP programmes   will   be   extended   until  September 30, 1983. No new  proposals will be approved or  implemented during that time.  The basic difference to be experienced - by programme participants during the extension  period will be that, because only the federal government is  contributing to the programme, they will receive only  the federal portion of payment,  or $240 per week, rather than  the $300 per week previously  received. The $60 per week of  provincial funds is no longer  available.  Project sponsors. under the  EBAP programme will have  their project allowance, intended to cover overhead expenses  such as tool rentals, etc., cut to  $125 per week.  Local Canada Employment  Centre representative Irene  Lugsden is asking 150 participants in the eight projects  currently underway here on the  Sunshine Coast to. sit tight and  wait to hear from your  foreman or project leader.  Project leaders, after consultation with their workers,"  will contact the CEC office in  Sechelt by noon Tuesday and  confirm which projects  workers wish to continue until  the end of September.  All project sponsors will be  advised by Wednesday morning whether they have permission to proceed.  Due. to the short noticerof the  continuation of the projects, as  long as workers are back to  work by Friday, any absence  will be an "excused absence",  and workers will, be paid for  the full week.  As vacancies come open  when workers find permanent  jobs, anyone on Unemployment Insurance can put his/her  name on a 'wait list' for  employment on an EBAP programme.  Again, participants should  wait to hear from their project  leaders. Leaders should contact  Stephanie Biggs at 885-2722.  Only if workers have not  heard from their project  leaders by Tuesday morning  should they phone the Canada  Employment Centre at the  above number.  $41,500 :...,;  To be built on your lot as shown. 1,222 sq. ft. rancher, 3 bedrooms, ensuite, double   ;  carport���or will cost out your plans. . ~  ��� Evenings 886-7309 -  SALE  ;  Saturday, July 19    10 a.m. - 4 p.m.  miiWxfy-X  w,-, ;.-; Sunshine  jfrU   Achievement Centre  At The Centre  BEHIND WINDSOR  PLYWOOD  No early birds pleasef  886-8004  Critical school  meeting this week  The school board has had  several . meetings with the  teachers' association since it  was learned that no more  money will be forthcoming  from Victoria, to help meet  the deficit in this year's  budget.  Some agreement has been  reached on possible savings  which can be made, and the'  teachers are still hoping they  will be awarded a three per cent  salary increase.      ���  SCTA president Joan Robb,  appearing before the board at  last Tuesday's meeting, asked  for   another   appeal   to   the  ministry for further funds, this  time a joint trustees and  teachers' association appeal:  Also for a joint committee to  monitor the budget on a monthly basis and that the trustees  agree to withdraw the "inabiiir  ty to pay" argument which is  holding up the contractual  salary increase. .  The board accepted.; the  brief as outlined without comment, but these and other masters relating to the 1983 budget':  ���will be discussed at the next  board meeting to be held July  5 at the school board office at  7:30 p.m.  THE FINISHING  TOUCH  FOR YOUR NEW HOME  The type of entrance door you choose for your new home can do more  to reflect your personal tastes and qualities than anything else you do!  INSTALLATION AVAILABLE!  i$  COME IN AND SEE US TODAY FOR A FREE ESTIMATE  We will give you the highest quality and selection,���at prices competitive with Vancouver.  Newly re-buili Bella Beach Motel opened its doors on July 1, offering a total of 33 one bedroom, one bedroom plus suite and two  bedroom plus suite units, all facing the ocean. A conference room  is also available. Managers and, half owners Juergen and Elfie  Rindt hope the restaurant will be ready jn another 10 days.  I'ran Berber photo  mmmmomm phe-htjng  DOORS LTD.  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