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 . _'  i  --���(���-'J?;'  Ii  i  -a-._  V_:,_  ' '"M  !������:_.  Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, BC  V8V 1X4  86.*!  Published on the Sunshine boast      25* per copy on news stands      May 12,1986 Volume 40 Issue 19  But it has a rival  New EDC  gets underway  More than ISO students from the Bishop Grandon High School in  Calgary came to Gibsons last Saturday on two luxurious yachts to  enjoy a Beachcomber Tour. The students are all members of a band  which played at Expo the following day. Local man Clint Suveges,  President of Beachcomber Tours, told the Coast News that he ex-  Lots of rooms at the inns  pects to bring at least 5000 people to the town this summer, with 40  per cent of the bookings already confirmed. The tour groups visit  Molly's Reach, take lunch at the Omega and then spend a relaxed  hour or so browsing around Lower Gibsons. To make bookings  call 886-8316 in Gibsons or 662-7511 in Vancouver.  Tourist boom not yet started  There's pienty of room at the  inn on the Sunshine Coast if a  random sampling, taken by the  Coast News, of motels and  Hotels from Pender Harbour to  Gibsons is any indication.  Many owner? are hoping thsu,^  the tourist crunch c^u��ect;by .Ex"-1'  po will bring, not necessarily  tourists   from   California   or  Alberta, but beleaguered  Vancouver residents.  Gib Baal of the Ruby Lake  resort said that he's around  "less than half full with not  much for September and October" but he's hoping that information centres in Gibsons  and Sechelt will send visitors his  way to fill, not only his motel  suites, but travel trailers and  hostel accommodation he has  available.  '_.���"Only problem is, no one  knows where the Sunshine  Coast is - most people think it's  on the Island because that's  what it says at the ferry (in  Horseshoe Bay)," he told the  Coast News.  Up at Lowe's and the Madeira Marina things are looking a  little brighter although there are  plenty of vacancies in both the  motel and campground.  Ruth King told the Coast  News that most of their cystbm ,  street bookings but expressed  optimism that "everything will  be alright".  "The Aqua West booth (in  the B.C. Pavilion) will be a  great help to the Sunshine  Coast, especially if the whole  ' Coast pulls together," King  said.  Down in Gibsons the Sunnycrest Motor Hotel has "wide-  open accommodation" with  sparse bookings although they  are registered with Res West  which has, to date, sent only  one single-day booking.  Bryan Rubin of the Bonniebrook Lodge in Gibsons is  concerned that the Sunshine  Coast Tourism Association  (SCTA), to whom he paid $30  on the understanding that he  would be part of the SCTA/Res  West referral service, is too busy  with Aqua West to be properly  selling the Sunshine Coast's accommodation to a wide range  of potential customers. ?  ; "I was told that we'd b%  -���" registered- withRes -W _3*;'Hh��  told the Coast News, "but then  I found out that we're not. I've  given up on it. If they just have  a list of potential rooms on a  computer in Sechelt what use is  that? The Tourist Information  Booth in Gibsons could just as  easily call me up and ask me if I  have rooms or not."  The SCTA staff is at present  putting details of approximately  30 Bed and Breakfast rooms on  computer and will be ready in a  couple of days, SCTA staffer  Kay Little told the Coast News.  "We will be answering enquiries from the Chambers of  Commerce about Bed and  Breakfast and keeping in close  contact with the motels and  hotels," Ms Little said.  The Tourism Association is  . operating its own referral ser-  .* vice from its Sechelt office and  -- is.not connected in any way to  }\ Res West.  * ��� "Wby do they need a com-  puteK?Kto keep track of' 30  tf_difi&? MyTcidsMul d do' that,.**-*  RUbjri'-jsald. "We need to sell <  ourselves off the Coast. We  should take my $30 and all the  ether $30's and advertise in the  Vancouver and Seattle papers.  Maybe that would get the people here."   '  Regional Board Chairman  Jim Gurney reported to last  week's meeting of the SCRD  that the first meeting of the new  Economic Development Commission (EDC), had been held  on Monday, May 5, under the  pro*-tern chairmanship of outgoing chairman Barrie Wilbee.  Gurney reported that' the  EDC had voted unanimously to  ask the municipalities to apply  for Partners in Enterprise  funds.  "Though half the  year is  gone," said Gurney, "we can  still access some $17,000, but  the initiative must come from  the municipalities. We provide  the population base."  S      The new commission was, ac-  ��   cording to Gurney, quick to  |   throw its support behind the  case of Suncoast Cedar which  g. local sawmill is in danger of los-  S   ing both Japanese markets and  3' investments because they can-  '   not get a guaranteed supply of  logs.  "The EDC has asked local  governments and the Forestry  Management Committee to express a sense of urgency to the  provincial government about  the lack of log supplies for local  use," said Gurney.  Another action requested by  the EDC of the regional board  was that a letter be written to  the Joint Labour Council asking that body to submit three  names to the SCRD with a view  to the selection of a representative of the council to act as a  participating  observer  at  the  EDC until such time as the bylaw governing the Economic-  Development Commission" Is.'  changed to allow "more  members.   ��� ���  '   <  Gurney stressed that such a"  representative would be chosen  for economic rather than  political orientation.        ~      *  "The provincial format for  economic development commissions specifically calls\\Sox a  labour.presence," said Gurney: -  The chairman of the regional  board also noted with some  concern the formation of .a^  private organization calling  itself the Sunshine -Coast  Economic Development Cor-*  poration. -     f        y. '  "The possibiitiy of confusion  with theiofficial local EDC lis  obvious," said Gurney,  '.'especially in view of the fact  that this new corporation will  have the same phone number as  that originally used by the EDC  and now shared by Aqua West  and the Sunshine Coast  Tourism Association."  Discussion of the issue centred on the questions of whether  this private profit-making corporation, which will charge consulting fees, is in part funded  from the public tax base;  whether it will use for profit information garnered from a  position which was funded by  tax monies; and whether or not  a conflict of interest exists in the  matter.  The regional directors agreed  to table the matter until a  drafted report can be circulated  and studied.  On-tJte inside .  Dining Guide.. ;.':..:P.13  Services Directory P. 15  Ferry & Bus Schedules P. 15  Coquihalla opens P. 16  - 7 v  $^^F" * s  _,<���*��� s�� c*  ,   -_-���,..,-_  Sechelt restructuring  All systems go!  i  by John Gleeson  ; Duputy Minister of Municipal Affairs Chris Woodward  said from Victoria Friday that  the agenda for the reincorporation of Sechelt should  be presented to cabinet this  Thursday. Following that, an  election will be called for a new  council.  Woodward said that, as far  as his ministry is concerned, the  52.3 per cent majority "is a majority. There's nothing to comment on that."  He said there will be meetings  set .up between the ministry and  Sechelt Council, who "will have  to set down and re-sort their  new framework. The new council will have that task," he add-  Theatre support  Local actress Barbara Williams, fresh from appearing with  Richard Pryor in the biographic film about the comedian, Jo-  Jo Dancer..., has thrown her support behind the Eileen  Glassord Arts Foundation's (EGAF) project of a performing  arts pavilion on the site of the old firehall in lower Gibsons.  Barbara was contacted in Vancouver last week where she is  visiting from her Hollywood home. Her father, Jack  Williams - a former well-known local resident - was injured  recently in a towboat accident.  She expressed herself as happy to support the project with  a financial pledge. A graduate of Elphinstone Secondary  School, Barbara got her start as an actress with the Driftwood  Players under the direction of her former schoolteacher John  Burnside, now a director of the EGAF.  Charman Park  The four Gibsons aldermen agreed last week to accept the  Jack Charman cabin on Shaw Road as a town park.  ��� First offered to the town in March by the land's owners as  their park dedication, the cabin was built by early settler and  literary mail, A.J. Charman.  Council confirmed with staff that the initial land survey  and on-going light maintenance of Shaw Road were to be  provided by two volunteers.  ���_J____BJBiroBn_MBa.^^  ed, and the ministry "tries to  keep out of the way as much as  possible."  There was no announcement  of restructuring when Sechelt  Council convened last Wednesday. Council did however  decide to call off plans for.  Sechelt's 30th birthday party,  proposed for August.  "None of us might be here  then," said Alderman Bill For-  man, "so we might as well  ashcan that one."  While plans go on hold* in  Sechelt, staff at Gibsons  Municipal Hall say they expect  Gibsons will be next.  Word of a petition calling for  a restructuring of the town has  spread all over - even Woodward in Victoria said he had  heard about it - but on Sunday  the Coast News has been unable  to verify that a petition exists.  Still, Gibsons clerk Lorraine  Goddard said at least one item  -the Hillman boundary extension - is already "in limbo."  Larry Labonte, whose council in 1975 spearheaded an unsuccessful campaign to reincorporate the town to Port  Mellon, said he thought the  Sechelt restructure was what the  village needed, giving them  "more to- work from." But he  cautioned that there was  "always a danger of greed from  one part" and high overnight  expectations.  The Honourable David Crombie, Minister for Indian Affairs and Northern Development, was in Sechelt  last week and the Sechelt Indian Band rolled out the red carpet for him, Mrs. Crombie and their entourage. Highlight of the occasion was a presentation to Crombie of carved plaques and a special T-shirt  which, with typical Sechelt humour, said "Chief" in bold letters. ���Dianne Evans photo  Funding formula final step  on last lap  It's off to Ottawa for Chief  Stan Dixon today when he and  his negotiating team go for  meetings with the Justice Department to'finalize the financial  agreements section (33) of the  Sechelt Self Government Legislation, Bill C-93.  "We want it in place by Friday, when we come home,"  Dixon told the Coast News. "If  we have problems we are hoping to meet with Finance Minister Michael Wilson and Deputy Prime Minister Eric Neilson  to get some action."  The Band's financial advisor,  Gordon Anderson, explained  Section 33 to the Coast News.  "What we want is the same  amount we are getting now but  in a different way," Anderson  said.  "We want a five year funding  agreement - five years because  that's the maximum length of  any agreement any municipality  or government can enter into  -but what's different is that we  want it all at once, each year.  The Band will have discretion  over it, whether to spend it all  or not."  The funding will also be  dependent on population and  will increase or decrease as does  the population.  "We want some protection  against senior government's inflationary fiscal policies,"  Anderson said. "We want it to  be constant in terms of 85-86  dollars."  Pointing to the Band's his-,  tory of financial management  "the same budget for the past  three years, supplemented with  the Band's resources where it  fell short" - Anderson said that  the Sechelts had proven "we  can handle it and what's more  we've identified the money in  the Department of Indian Affairs (DIA) budget."  The single transfer payment  idea is new but according to  Dixon and Anderson, the old  ways don't apply.  "This is an act of total  recognition that says we are a  unique and independent  entity," Anderson continued;  "It recognizes that this Band  has never run a deficit. There's  never been a problem, why  should we start now?  "The government would like  to send the cheque once a  month, or at least four times a  year, but this way they'd have  to spend half an hour on Sechelt  and that's all. We'll be saving  them time and money," he added.  Municipalities and other  levels of regional government  receive transfer payments from  the Federal government; the  funds formerly allocated to the  Sechelts from the DIA would  not change in amount but  would take the form of transfer  payment grants.  Please turn to page 8  ���;. . ��� Coast News, May 12,1986  iww���-���win  A_  ���  HEWS ISSBM: Chernobyl nuclear  crosses over Canada...  ���Z^mmMmmmmmmawmmmammawamKawmmnmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmum  A few questions  Along with the rest of the Sunshine Coast we wish Aqua  West well in its energetic, if belated efforts, to organize a  trade fair for the Sii___hine Coast. There are, however, a  few questions that come to mind.  First, how much more promotion does the aquaculture  industry require? We already have locals who can't find a  site and speculation in foreshore leases is already  rumoured.  Last week we had representative Art McGinnis scrambling to get on the agenda before Sechelt Council without  the requisite 24 hours notice. Is it not discourteous to make  grand plans then come before local governments at the  eleventh hour with an explanation of what you intend with  the foreshore? Would you organize a bingo evening  without first making sure you had a hall?  Is tourism promotion and aquaculture promotion  reconcilable? Would the Tourism Association have been  better off doing one thing well?  '���.> What will it mean to the reputation of the Sunshine  Coast as a centre for sports fishing when the news spreads  that we're now catching our salmon in pens?  For the past two years the conference organized by the  Aquaculture Association has been a boon in the slack fall  months. Is it wise to move it into the summer months to  coincide with Aqua West's efforts?  Is Oddvin Vedo a hustling One-Note Johnny who continues to promote aquaculture because that's where he has  found success, quite apart from what the Coast needs?  The suspicion grows that when the dust settles all this  hoopla and expenditure of government funds will be of little local consequence.  Darn nice fellow  The Honourable David Crombie, Minister.-for Indian  Affairs and Northern Development, was honoured by the  Sechelt Indian Band last week for the support he has given  the Sechelts in their long fight for self government.  We suspect that the path has not always been easy for  Crombie but his dedication and commitment to the task at  hand have won him stalwart friends among the Sechelt  people.   .  His good humour and friendliness go hand in hand with  an iron will and his gracious acknowledgement of the hard  and persistent work of NDP'er Ray Skelly MP in getting  Bill C-93 to its present stage showed Crombie to be, not  only a wise politician, put a darn nice fellow.  _____  5 YEARS AGO  In the tradition of an old-fashioned "barn-raising" and  described as a "Project of Faith", members of the  Seventh Day Adventist Church gathered on Sunday,  May 3 from communities across B.C. to erect a church  for their members on.the Sunshine Coast.   ,  .The mill rate set for.SecheltiCr the coming year takes  . a jump of nine mills. Last year's mil! rate of 20 will be  -'raised to 29 this year. Alderman Joyce Kolibas was the  . only one on Council who raised any objections to the  hike.  10 YEARS AGO  Sunshine Coast residents are protesting the 217 per  cent ferry rate increases. The new fares' announcd by  Transport Minister Jack Davis will eliminate the commuter pass and raise the present per passenger rate  from $2, a 100 per cent increase to $4 for a double ferry  trip.  Gibsons Council is attempting to lift about 103 acres  of village land, located in the area bound partially by  Reed Road and the western boundaries, out of the Agricultural Land freeze so that the area can be used for  sub-division.  20 YEARS AGO  Final property settlement associated with improvement and replacement of the bridge at Grantham's has  been announced by Hon. Phil Gaglardi, Provincial  Minister of Highways. This brings to an end the drawn  out efforts of the last two or three years to obtain sufficient property to enable reconstruction of the bridge at  a less dangerous angle.  May 1 marked the completion of 35 years in the  general insurance business for Richard McKibbin of  Gibsons. For 20 years of this period he has been  operating on the Coast.  30 YEARS AGO  Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Finnerty, a son, at 1:45 a.m.  on Thursday, May 3, one and one half miles from Kleindale. All was in confusion in the delivery room, which  was the back seat of a taxi. Last report from the hospital states the mother and son are doing nicely but taxi  driver, Bob Gumming, is recuperating slowly His wife  Grace, who had come along for the ride, helped deliver  the baby as Bob sped to St. Mary's Hospital.  40 YEARS AGO  The gpod ship Prosper prospered not so well in the  wind that blew here Thursday night. The diesel tug, owned by the Poole Brothers of Grantham's, blew ashore  from her moorings and sank.  The fish packer Kathleen 1, owned by R.D. Murdock,  struck a reef and sank in the Agamemnon Channel near  Green Bay. She was en route to Egmont tb complete her  cargo of fish for Vancouver. The crew of two men, Bill  Murdock and Vic Palmer, narrowly escaped being  drowned as the boat sank almost immediately but they  managed to escape into the dory.  The Sunshine  CO__J BUSHEKS  John Burnslde M.M. Vaughan  EDITORIAL  Editor, Dianne Evans  ADVERTISING  i. Fred Duncan  Pat Tripp  PRODUCTION  Fran Burnslde  _ TOESETTING  Saya Woods'  DISTRIBUTION  Steve Carroll  The Sunshine COAST NEWS 3s 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 1VQ. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or 886*7817;  Sechelt Tel. 885-3930. Second Class Mall Registration No. 4702.  The Sunshine COAST NEWS is. rotected by copyright and reproduction  of any part of it by any means is prohibited unless permission in writing  is first secured from Glassford Press Ltd., holders of the copyright.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: 1 year $30; 6 months $18; Foreign: . year $35  "I've got a couple of questions I want to ask you," said  Jake.,.  I looked up from the chessboard.  "What's the matter, Jake,  You afraid of losing??'  "What are you  about?" snorted Jake, and indeed he seemed to have, as  usual, the upper hand in the  tight middle game we were playing on his porch;  "It seems to me that every  time we are in a tight game you  start me talking in the middle.of  it "  "You remind me, of ^the  fellow that President Johnson  described as being unable to  walk and chew gum at the same  time," said Jake. "If $tt find  conversation to be beyond your  reach, just say so. It won't help  you with the game."  "Fire ahead, Jake," I said  and made my move.  "This court case of yours, is  it or is it hot officially closed?"  "It is."  "Then tell me why the fact  that you had an impaired driving charge was never reported in  your paper in the first place. A  lot of people have wondered  that."  "Simple," I said. "We don't  cover court news in the Coast  News. We decided long ago that  we didn't want to be part of the  punishment for the legal  system. That's a long-standing  policy. Obviously it would be  absurd to change the policy  because the publisher of the  paper had found his way__yato  court." ���'���[���'.: .i#Btf|'Ns .'.���  "Check," said Jak�� slicing  across the board with a dormant  bishop, capturing a rook immobile in its corner and  discovering a major checking  threat with his queen down the  middle to my king.  "Damn," I said..  "So the accusation that you  were in conflict of interest by  not reporting it..."  "...was the usual mixture of  malice and misinformation that  I hope the residents of this  Coast are beginning to  recognize," I said, and shoved a  knight between Jake's queen  and my king.  Jake castled and brought  another rook into play and the  noose was tightening, again.  "I read where you brought  .the suit in the first place because  . ybir felt thalt published com-  ;'__.^^bbiit-:^  ijro^the^  y "Hogwash," I said. "I never  Said that. I lost the election"  because   not   enough   people  Voted for me. I brought the suit  because I felt that no one who  was running for or holding  public office should be subjected to the kind of scurrilous  personal attack which has _been  routine around here for yeaa^g;!  believe it consistent with^rpy  position that we should as much  as possible apprise ourselves of  the facts and decide about issues  and leave personalities out of  it.'V    ���     y..kk <-.:)Z-.:     ''  I advanced a pawn by way of  a defensive move, but Jake  leaped Over it with a knight and  again my chances diminished.  "So in summation, then  "...in summation the matter,  is closed. Tomorrow is a nej#  day!" I moved my king b,$k ii^  toa defensiveIcbriiier_ ---^--1--  . 'JA new day, but the ,��__i��e  old result," chuckled Jakef  "Checkmate." A second knight  had entered the fray and I had  lost again. "���'?  "Next time," I said.  Citizens won't win  Silver dollars made of nickel  by Elizabeth Tansey  Our Federal Government told  us last year that our paper  dollar wears out too fast and  must be replaced by a more  durable metal coin. The prospect of carrying around this extra weight, as well as the small  change we have now, dismays  many people including me. The  weight of my old leather  shoulder bag has already eaten a  groove in my poor old shoulder.  To organize our various little  coins my bank offers plastic  "penny pinchers" in sizes and  colours depending upon the  coin. They break my finger nails  and if not held right side up, the  coins will spill on the floor and  roll under the heavy furniture or  down a furnace vent. This kind  of penny pinching is a bore.  I can remember when the  Canadian cent piece was an inch  or more in diameter. We gave  them all to our son, then two  years old, and kept them for  him in a Mexican pottery piggy  bank which has to be broken  when full to get at the coins.  When put to bed for his afternoon nap, he always wanted his  piggy bank to hug and jingle  while falling asleep. One afternoon the jingling suddenly stop-  jped with a gurgle and I found  him blue in the face, choking on  a penny stuck in his throat. I  grabbed his ankles, hoisted him  head down, gave him a mighty  yank and the penny rang on the  floor. Since then I have  mistrusted large coins.  Metal coins have been with us  since some ancient trading nation introduced them to replace  the barter system which was  hampering foreign trade. Many  such old coins on display in  museums, especially those of  precious metal, are not a perfect  circle because dishonest folk  have snipped pieces from the  edges.  , Governments periodically  mint special coins to mark some  memorable occasion. I remember one such Canadian  silver dollar issued in the late  1940's but only in limited quantity for collectors, not for continued circulation. I remember  also a colleague of mine showing me a US $20 gold piece, a  recent addition to her husband's  rare coin collection. Not long  afterwards thieves burrowed an  entrance into the bank vault and;  carried off, among other valu**]  ables, the precious coin collec--  tion. :*  '*  The latest word on our new-  dollar is that it  will not be]  precious metal. Two rival nickel;-  companies are competing for>  the   contract   to   supply   the *  blanks for the coin. Whoever  wins, it won't be the average  citizen. The value of the metal  dollars we put in the box for the  food  bank  will be no more,  stable thai the  frayed  paper,  dollar mended with scotch tape:  was. It will weigh no heavier  balanced against high prices of:  food, shelter and clothing for'  people without jobs. Yes, it will:  have chunks snipped off it all:  around the edge, as usual.  Indian self-government  "A different  II  by Dianne Evans  Some of the problems facing  the Band ring an all too familiar  knell - aquaculture has come to  the area and Smith told me that  they had hit a stumbling block  with the Department of Lands,  Parks and Housing.  "Our main problem is intrusion (of fishfarms) without any  dialogue taking place. The  upland owners have to be talked  to but that hasn't happened. We  don't know what effect a fish-  farm adjacent to our clam beds  will have, but we don't seem to  be able to make our complaints  heard," he explained.  Fishing is still the mainstay of  the Band. Logging used to provide employment but now it's  "not that credible" according  to Smith.  "Now we want to replant all  the barren hills left by the major  logging companies. We have a  commitment to a five year plan  with the Canadian Forest Service. They like our strategy and  they've helped us get involved in  the inventory (of resources in  the Musqueam Tribal Council  area). -y-.-  "It's ironic - on the way from  Campbell River to our reserve  you pass through a stand of  timber - it's beautiful - big trees  - and there's a sign that says  "These trees are a gift of H.R.  MacMillan". But then when  you get past there and you look  around at any of the sidehills,  there's nothing left!  "It's the same with the  fishery. Native participation in  the salmon treaty, which Brian  Mulroney signed so naively, was  next to nil, even though our survival depends on it. I don't  think Canada should enter into  any negotiations with anybody  until they learn how to do it! As  it is now, the US overfishes their  quota and then they take it off  ours!"       .  John Smith feels the frustration that comes from seeing a  direction for the future but not  being able to make the decisions  on a provincial or federal level.  The issue of aims control and  Canada's commitment to peace  is one area where this is very apparent.  This is not an abstract question for Indians living in northern coastal waters. The A-B  line at Dixon Entrance is presently under discussion between  the Canadian and US governments. The US wants the line  moved further to the. south because of the deeper waters  there. Indians fear that the  waters will be used for military  purposes although the fishing  grounds there are "champion"  according to Smith.  There's a loijg road ahead for  Canada's   native  population.  People like John Smith and our*  own Sechelt Indian Band, al-;  though they approach indep-;  endence and self : government,  from different points of view do'  have much in common.      ���    ��  A desire to control their own",  futures, to make decisions and!  enjoy the equal opportunities j  our Constitution declares for us;  all, to have the rights and;  privileges that others take for;  granted, to be free once and for;  all of the paternalism of the In- \  dian Act - these are the dreams J  and . hopes for the years to'.  come.  It's been a long time since the:  white man first cast his shadow :  over the land that had for cen-;  turies nurtured nations of peo-:  pie with   love of the land and a ]  reverence .or it. That the Indian  is today chafing at the bit and i  impatient to get on with the business  of his  survival jshould  come as no surprise.     ~  V  _.__ _. - r  ������       v  ���*-���  v_  . ' -  ��� - - -    -,., " ���" y-y ">  .^>'.'.'i-.':- '-*- '4^^^;-^ito��fc^*_^_#-''-_w^/  ^ '____***3a_F_H_'" ?- ________ i_iff��fei_g-.   ____  _    __���    __��-   ___��. _._��r-___-��_*._____. .    .  _.,__S,_-____~_1-. ,_,���_.,..?; ���������^���''-|^lllT__ftfi__llWll_Mlf_'l  agalfitst Fresiela ...  _Editor: '.:-���.  I was present at the meeting .  on French Immersion on May 1  in Roberts Creek and was very  disappointed in the general way  the meeting was set up.  It was obviously pro-French  Immersion with Mr; Denault,  an organizer of the program in  Coquitlam, which has little in  common with our area. He was  obviously biased in his answers  (e.g. parents helping children  with their homework, he denied  would be a problem).  .** My husband and I are  residents of Roberts Creek and  the parents of three children  t arid are very concerned about  their future education. Many of  us in the Creek resent being call-.  ed "narrow-minded" because  we do not want a specialized  program such as French Immersion in our school.  Many of us are not against  French Immersion - it has its  place, in a large enough centre.  We would not, however, like to  see children in the English  system in a minority group, outnumbered by French Immersion  students.  There is no guarantee that  students in the English program  would not be bussed to. a different school because of low  enrollment in the English classes  . - is this really fair?  A vital concern of ours would  be the immediate impact of the  increased enrollment in Roberts  Creek due to the influx of  French Immersion students  from other parts of the peninsula. How could an expansion  at Roberts Creek be justified,  when within about four years  the school would reach maximum capacity and the program  might have to be moved?  and in favour of it  ��� 0��  tjEditor:  j. As a result of some current  opposition to French Immersion (FI), it is timely to consider  file benefits of FI to the community, to those in the English  programs in schools where it is  Offered, and to those enrolled in  the program.  i FI is one of the most researched aspects of Canadian  education and the success of the  program in teaching bi-  fingualism in English speaking  communities is well documented.  Research shows that the community as a whole benefits.  Federal funds are available to  initiate and continue this program and these funds are  available only for FI. Any com  munity can take advantage of  this financial assistance.  At present there are 160,000  children in more than 1000  schools outside Quebec enrolled  in FI.  Communities which offer FI  are more attractive to people  moving to an area and the community's cultural outlook is  broadened and so becomes  more receptive to peoples of  varied background.  Those enrolled in English  programs which co-exist with FI  benefit from highly qualified  French instruction for the  CORE French program. In addition, cultural activities sponsored by FI are open to the  school, giving an opportunity to  all for exposure to the French  ���M-y-nm^v.1^'^^  Miss Sea Cavalcade  FASHION SHOW  and DINNER  Mon. & Tues. May .12 & 13  at Andy's Restaurant  No host bar, 6-7 p.m.  Dinner,  7 p.m.  $12.50 per person  ^  Fashion show  to follow  Tickets available at Tippy's 7  Gpddard's and Andy's Restaurant  wtitf___i____u^^ '"' "  b.f. I  ttfi  jIsv  oil--  PUBLIC NOTICE  The WEST HGWE SOUND RECREATION ADVISORY  COMMITTEE wishes to INVITE PROPOSALS from  those interested in conducting a SUMMER  RECREATION PROGRAM for children in the  Gibsons area.  A small budget is available for start-up expenses  and it is suggested that enrollment fees should  cover the costs of the program.  Proposals should be sent to the West Howe Sound  Recreation Advisory Committee, c/o PO Box 340,  Gibsons^ BC VON 1V0 and should be marked  "SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM". Further  information may be obtained from the Clerk at the  Town of Gibsons.  The W.H.S.R.A.C. reserves the right to reject any  or all proposals.  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  Cooper's Green  Regional Park SIGN  The Sunshine Coast Regional District INVITES  any interested groups or individuals to submit  PROPOSALS for the design and construction of a  sign to be placed on Cooper's Green Regional  Park.  The Regional District will consider all proposals  t    incorporating the following criteria:  1    (1) That the sign utilize the Regional District logo;  .'  (2) That the sign display the name "Cooper's  Green Regional Park";  ':.-'.��� (3) That the sign be a carved wooden sign not  exceeding a total area of 32 square feet;  ���������'���'; "'.V. and   .  J;'   (4) That total costs not exceed $800.  ��� It is intended that the most acceptable artistic  conception incorporating the above noted criteria  will result in the placement of the sign in Cooper's  Green at the earliest convenient opportunity.  ;.'. Please submit designs to Mr. Jim Johnstone,  Planning   Director,   Sunshine   Coast   Regional  .    District no later than June 15, 1986. .  Mr. J. Johnstone  Planning Director  Sunshine Coast Regional District  PO Box 800, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0  885-2261  culture. The EI program  therefore provides a  multicultural influence which  broadens the outlook of school  and community alike.  Any student except those  with hearing problems or exceptional learning disabilities can  enrol in FI. It works for almost  all children. It is educationally  challenging and helps ;'_to"/  establish a better understanding  of the English language through  comparison.  Correct pronunciation and  grammar in French are more  easily acquired at an early age.  It offers positive spin-offs in  developing improved listening  skills and concentration on the  task at hand, while also encouraging independence in  homework and studies.  The program creates greater  choices in future study, residence, employment and travel.  It enables graduates to be involved in the future leadership  of Canada, as well as offering a  broader cultural view of the  world.  The program has the ongoing  support of the Ministry of  Education, which provides services and of the Canadian  Parents for French, composed  of parents who support the program and work closely with the  FI teachers to ensure its success  for their children.  Linda Hoechstetter  Canadian Parehts  1 '    ,    for French  r* r    Hpri  r.rr.7  'I /_ **V -> _ *  proof  system?  Editor:  The folly of man has once  again been emphasized by the  recent nuclear accident at Chernobyl. My first encounter of  such foolish imprudence happened many years ago when I  read that nuclear waste from  these reactors was giving atomic  scientists a heap of trouble.  They didn't have a container  that could hold the highly  radioactive material for any  great length of time. Fifty years  seemed to be max, however the  life span of the radioactive particles is estimated to be approximately 1000 years.  Now simple math tells us that  1000 minus 50 equals 950 but  somehow these so called "intelligent" scientists concluded  that 1000 minus 50 equaled zero  because they went ahead and  bottled up the poison and  dumped them into underground  salt mines hoping that the  public would just forget about  them.  And now these so-called  "fool proof" systems are showing signs of not being fool proof  at all. Entropy is the tendency  for all systems to become more  and more disorganized in time,  to literally run down and fall  apart.  This is a universal law which  cannot be eluded. Sure we need  power to live in comfort and  style but at what cost? Is it  worth poisoning our only planet  so we can play Pac Man?  D. Karmazyn  Brush & Blackberries  getting out of hand?  Now's the time!  Call The  BUSHWACKER  885-7421  Have your knives & other edged tools:  REGROUND,SHARPENED,  POLISHED & REPAIRED  By Custom Knife Maker  "MAC THE KNIFE"  '        Call 885-7421  We do not want to see any  more portables on an already  crowded recreational space!  Wouldn't it make more sense to  have French Immersion in-  Sechelt or Gibsons where there  is more room for specialized  programs?  We are also concerned about  the long term financial impact  such a program would have in a  small community. I have no  doubt at all that despite federal  funding and grants, funds  would eventually be taken from  our local school budget - funds  for bussing, janitorial services,  supplies, special needs teachers,  substitute teachers, etc.  These funds could be better  .used, I believe j-to benefit all-the  students to create a now almost  non-existent music program,  for example. Stillstruggling in a  heavy restraint period, does it  really make sense to implement  a specialized program such as  ��� this?- :���.'���;��� .;������ -.:..���  I'd like to see our children going to school with a leak-free  roof .without sharing textbooks  ��� and having enbugh supplies.  Let's get our priorities straight.  Are the Parents for French  aware of the commitment they  are making? An enthusiastic  parent does not necessarily  mean a suitable child for French  Immersion;  Ask any parent and of course  he would love his child to learn  French, or any; other language,  but why go. to extremes? I  would like to see an interest  generated in a daily French program from Kindergarten  through to Grade 12.  We already have an excellent  French program in Roberts  Creek for the intermediate  grades and I am sure if the same  energy used to implement the  French Immersion was used to  organize a daily French period  for all grades it would succeed.  That, to me, makes sense and  _ would be far more popular to  the general piiblic.  *,Iri closing, please, if French  Immersion is introduced at all  ,up here, put it where it belongs  '���'"at the beginning.  r.oe_ ..c_   . Mrs. Kerry MqCulloch  <_i   __...!'������    _*n.   -I      .     ___*";_.?_:'  Coast News, May 12,1986 ~3.  Member of  ALLIED..  The Careful Movers  LOCAL  MOVING  Calf the Moving  Specialists  For all local moving, or for help with  moving awkward heavy items, pianos, etc.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  Pender Harbour customers:  please CALL COLLECT  HWY. 101. GIBSONS  886-2664  ��� .* -  IP'  P"  ��� HI  DOWN  If  THAT'S RIGHT!  Nothing Down  Puts you in the drivers seat  of a 1986 FORD CAR or TRUCK  our personal  1st & last  MDL5936  SOUTH COAST FORD  WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD     Wharf Rd., Sechelt    885-3281  'jrriBt s_.  *T~5*"Mn.  p��CiRiT2aqy  ��**.��   PRICES iH E. ,^0?: U& _lt^fr__)AY, MAY 18  * _.-.  - % V'  ftl.  Alberto  Balsam  SHAMPOO &  fpw ___���*%_____*���?��  ._-_  ':UM&\  W,Ti  .- .  m mi ao�� *&-$$&:;.%M  Tahiti  Foam Bath  $497  Alberto  Balsam  msaf  250, ml  Visine  Regular y  *>._N_;_Xi�� Sfc>    _  NACIN  pmnmmmtv  ��� ',*<&:?������h^k&-^ < - *  100's  '*��?&&  ��mp  Cabbage  Patch   $  Kids  34  (8 only)  .-C^tj^/J^t^asefess 50 gm  _- *  \rX  J'-4s_ -  fflmmWm��, oib#n�� Coast News, May 12,1986  ��Last week was National Forest Week and the Junior Forest  ^Wardens were out spreading the word about their program. Here a  ��group of the young foresters are pictured outside Elphinstone  ^Secondary where they had just taped a TV show for Channel 10.  tr_  >.  Students who are attending  .-Secondary institutions of learn-  8  '*.  -__  Apply now for bursary  l  i  r���  i  /gibsonsV  I    MARINA    j  1     Auto & Bottled     I  _  ���rt*\  I  PROPANE  I  I  I  tj|^ Watch for Opening   0  ^ l Announcement i^  >_.���  __*  I NEXT WEEK!  ing and wish to apply for financial assistance (bursary or loan)  should obtain application forms  from one of the local high  schools or from Mrs. Beatrice  Rankin, R.R. 1, Sechelt. The  completed applications should  be returned to Mrs. Rankin  before June 8, 1986, for consideration by the committee.  The Directors of the Sunshine  Coast Bursary & Loan Society  again suggest that it would be  appropriate for family members  of students who have or might  in the future benefit from the  society to join the society. It is  only $1 a year for membership  and attendance at a maximum  of two meetings a year is all that  is expected.  TOWN OF GIBSONS  INVITATION  FOR  The Council of the Town of Gibsons has  recognized the need for adequate camping  sites to accommodate the large number of  tourists expected this summer. A rudimentary  campground has been installed in Brother's  Park and Council now wishes to INVITE PRO-  POSALS fbr the 0|ifcAT 101-ft OF THE CAM-  tMSRC.UND t��n a contract Basis for the Summer  1986 tourist season. Further information can be  obtained from the Clerk and proposals should  be addressed to:  CAMPGROUND PROPOSAL  PO Box 340  Gibsons, BC  V0N1V0  PUBLIC NOTICE  of Zoning Amendment  By-law No. 500-12  (being proposed amendment to  Zoning By-law No. 500,1984)  Pursuant, to Section 958 of the Municipal Act, this  Public Notice shall confirm the intention of Zoning  Amendment By-Law No. 500-12 to amend the present  zoning of the following property as described:  1. That certain parcel or parcels of land in the Town of  Gibsons more particularly known and legally described as Lot 23 of Lot 20, Block 2, D.L 686, Plan 3307 be  rezoned from Comprehensive Development Area  (CD.A.) to Downtown Commercial Zone 5 (C.5).  2. That Section 303 (1) of Zoning Bylaw No. 500 (1984) be  amended to read as follows:  "303. NON-CONFORMING USES  1. The lawful use of land, building or structure existing at the time of the adoption of  this by-law may be continued, subject to  the provisions of Section 969 of the  Municipal Act."  3. This by-law may be cited for all purposes as "Zoning  Amendment By-law No. 500-12.  Take notice that the above paragraph is deemed to be a  synopsis of the by-law, and not deemed to be an interpretation thereof.  Pursuant also to Section 956(4) of the Municipal Act, it  is not the intention of Council to hold a Public Hearing  on Zoning Amendment By-law No. 500-12, 1986, as an  Official Community Plan is in effect for the subject  area, and the proposed by-law is consistent with the  plan.  A copy of the amending by-law is available for inspection at the Gibsons Municipal Office, 474 South Fletcher Road, during office hours, namely Monday to  Wednesday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Thursday and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Rob Buchan  MUNICIPAL PLANNER & APPROVING OFFICER  'W^MMMiMM&S&M  by Jean Robinson, 885-2954  It's tonight! The General  Meeting of the Davis Bay/  Wilson Creek Community  Association at the Wilson Creek  Hall, 7:30 p.m., May 12. Come  and hear about our ..parks,  where they are, how you get  there, etc. Have a coffee and  meet your neighbours.  CANDIDATES  We are now the Municipality  of Sechelt. It is time to look  around at your friends and  neighbours and decide who you  want to represent you on council. This is a very necessary  choice so don't leave it until  nominations are called for.  Start thinking about it now.  MOVE FOR TRAFFS  Talking to Ed Traff of the  Big Maples and he tells me he is  now managing the Bella Beach  Motel. He still intends working  toward a beach clean-up when  time permits. Good luck to both  Ed and his wife.  FLEA MARKET  Maria Lwowski is having a  Flea Market in aid of the  Sechelt Food Bank. It will be  held on May 31, from 10 a.m.  until 2 p.m., behind Capilano  College, on the grounds.  Provide your own table or  sell from your vehicle. Spaces  are $5 and Maria would like you  to book ahead by phoning her  at 885-5532.  FATHER'S DAY  Coming up for Father's Day  on June 14, is a "strictly male"  draw, again for the Sechelt  Food Bank. There will be over  $300 worth of prizes including a  motor tune-up, sweater, fishing  reel, hair cuts, a $40 bottle of  mens cologne. Tickets go on  sale shortly.  SANDY HOOK NEWS  1 Tie Sandy Hook Ratepayers  will be holding their Annual  General Meeting on May 25, at  2 p.m. in the afternoon, in St.  Hilda's Hall. This active group  enjoys a rare closeness and a  good turn out is anticipated.  Watch here for the date of their  annual picnic in July.  MEETING: Wednesday, May 14  Cedar Grove School, 7:30 p.m.  AGENDA:       Implications of restructuring  DOOR PRIZES: PLANTS & THINGS  Roberts Greek  Community Association  wishes to thank,  ��� The McRubins and Gordie  bf Bonniebrook Lodge  ��� Roberts Creek Roofing  - Don Jenkins  ��� Fiedler Bros.  ��� Swanson's  for their generous donations of time, equipment &  supplies for our new ROCK PLANTER  ��� Shepherd Electric  - Kevin Shepherd  ��� Dorothy & Bango Boragno  ��� Peter McNea  ��� Evergreen Landscaping  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Hike for Erin  ANNOUNCEMENT  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Folks on the peninsula are  really trying hard to raise the  funds for a van for young Erin  Kelly of Halfmoon Bay. Erin,  as most of you know by now, is  a young lad who is confined to a  wheelchair and whose life will  be made so much more pleasant  and independent when this goal  is attained.  The latest fund raising event  is being sponsored by the Boy  Scouts who are a group well  known for their good deeds.  This will be a 10 km hike from  Chatelech School and will be on  Saturday, June 7 with registration from 10 a.m. till noon.  Sights and hopes are high as the  sum of $5000 is the target: This  could well be accomplished with  the support of every school kid  from grade one right up to  graduation.  ':'       ���." f-|^     ���M  Parents can take part too - |rj  fact the more, pledges made till  betteri the chMcfeSiEgfi _$_���  complishing the target. '-J'f  Entry forms are available at  Chatelech School, Roberts  Creek Elementary, the Coast  News office; in ^Sechelt, the  Book Store on Cowrie, the  Press office or 'j from any  scouting leader.  HALFMOON BAY  AUXILIARY       ;  A very successful toffee party  was held at Welcome Beach  Hall last Wednesday arid  members would like to express  their thanks to all who attended  and who gave a helping hand.  The next Auxiliary meeting  on Monday, June 2 will be a  pot-luck luncheon at the hall for  all members and their partners.  Meeting will be at 11 a.m. with  lunch to follow.  Members will be phoned  prior to this date, but anyone  who is missed out may call  Airport  bears up  Local bears with apparently  itchy backs are suspected in the  case of a number of broken runway lights at the Field Road airport. "But it's not even a  story," airport watchman Alec  Swanson told the Coast News  Thursday.  "It's a laughing matter. The  bears come and scratch themselves against these two foot  high lampstands. About six get  broken every year.  "That's all. You're the third  guy that's called about it  tbday," he complained.  The item had come up at last  Wednesday's meeting of Sechelt  '.'Council..The next day, it turned  out, the local press corps converged on poor Swanson simultaneously.  WANTED  Used Furniture  and What Have You  We buy Beer Bottles  883-2812  Mary Murray who is convening  the   event.   Prospective   new  members will be made most  welcome.  PLANT SALE  Don't forget the Welcome  Beach Community Association  annual plant sale this coming  Saturday, May 17 at 1 p.m.  For information or pick-iip  call Bobbie Kelly at 885-3456 or  Al Lifton at 885-2530.  PICNIC PARK  If anyone has such a thing as  a good solid picnic table which  they would care to donate for  use at Cooper's Green Picnic  Park would you please let Peggy  Connor know.  At the present time, Billy  McDonnell is looking after the  painting of the store building at  the green and could sure use  some extra helping hands on  this project. He would be glad  to hear from you if you call him  at 885-3319.  STEVE SAWYER  PEBBLES REALTY is pleased to announce the return of STEVE  SAWYER to the real estate,market. Steve brings with him many  years of experience in residential and commercial real estate, and invites his friends and past clients to contact him at 886-8107  to discuss their real estate needs. 681-3044 Toll Free  *.*   . . ' .       .  .  ***��&.  CKG  ci0 V  6$9 _ ���  **���   <*>*tVcC#  %t8&  ss*ft1  ,oo  a-**06  M*  aol*  8-  AC-****  699  a99'  .359����  ,00  ^   \*gS^******  *****  .���tftf  ��*s  &*t.  c\>o*  ,e^��*  .v*>j. _v^  PAPER  10-  ��Q % OFF  >tf  i-&+  sV&  ftttf-*  s_tf  *S&  _cV  *o��. 0* ���*  ,0-  ^.r*_2^8i^  ����#*  % ��fl  All CARDS  ���     All BOOKS 88-80% M  DISK i  BOXES  Data Care    $1 48B   ���  (40) xrt  Flip n' File     $-799        9  (10) ��  ���     We will continue to honour all warranties  ...Ml  Dbwritowr. Sechelt  Competitive  PricoS  '.".:������   it Cbriv'p- i   .-   c-��� ���.���' Coast News, May 12,1986  (Tht day dawned fine and warm last week for the gathering of friends who attended the 95th birthday  fjparfy held for noted sculptor Dudley Carter on the beachfront of his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and  P_frs. David Vaughan of Gower Point.  ***_���  ...  jj.  Ik:  fc'_  btfi  _.  v***.  ���John Burnside photo  Roberts Greek  the Fun of the Fair  by Jeanie Parker, 886-3973  fcJudging from the cars parked  \ outside the school and the  * crowd inside the gym, the Fun  | Fair at Roberts Creek Elementary last Friday evening was a  .success. The kids were having a  '��great time and it was a good op-  tportunity for the adults to visit.  . It is to be hoped that the fair  ;was a financial success as well.  ��� _  jit is a lot of work and very important to the Parents Auxiliary's   projects.   Marion  Jolicoeur  and   Louise   Storey  ^deserve   a   big   thanks   for  .organizing it.  My only complaint? We didn't win the load  *of firewood this year!  HOLIDAY  ENTERTAINMENT  ;   Slim and the Pickups will be  playing at the Roberts Creek  Legion this Saturday, May 17.  WANTED  DONATIONS to  KIWANIS CLUB  of new or used articles (no  clothes please), for their  tables a. the Flea market,  June 8th.  :;.:_.    Phone 886-2490  or 886-7735  for. pick-up or information  It's the holiday weekend so get  out   there   and   celebrate.  Members and guests.  FANS NEEDED  The Roberts Creek Legion  , Ladies' Softball Team needs  more fans out cheering them  on. Their games have all been  close and "very entertaining"  but they are still 0 for 4.  Come out and root at their  next home game this Thursday,  May 15, at Roberts Creek  Elementary. Game starts at 6:30  p.m.  GRADE 7 MEETING  The parents of grade seven  students attending Roberts  Creek Elementary are invited to  attend an informational  meeting this Thursday, May 15  at 7 p.m., in the grade seven  portable. This will give them an  opportunity to ask questions  and receive information on  school programs for students  entering Elphinstone Secondary  in September.  MONTHLY MEETING  The monthly meeting of the  Roberts Creek Legion will be  held this Wednesday, May 14 at  the Branch hall. Voting  members are requested to attend. The meeting starts at 7:30  p.m. .  INTO EXPO  If you don't want to take  >'��� 'your* car - _ftt a*" _^po^^her^bus-.  might be the answer. Maverifck"  C0-0RI  ���   % ^ j.  _ :  i   -    ..  ���  ...   .    v.  T*�� fnopk* hmn bmn *ppo\nt*d  _.-  to Jo.m.y ttMtfdftiftt* ��*��     :  ">. . _?���*  ... .  .  A<|uft^itttir�� R��soum* Ctnfro  ��t i$t. Stetwtt Camptt* of  CtpAtom Cw*0* <m initt Awum.  x>_.i  MARGUERITE MARSH and  STEVE MARSH will b.  __t__^aiii�� <ftnlffig office h<mm��  12&0IO4.3. p.ro..  to pmAtim tiifottitation to th��      i  ftqiMrcuttw. Iitdu��ttyam*th��.  8��f��*r��J public.  CapM����. CgJ?_*0��, Stchtlt Camput*  Inlet A .ttfHM, 885.1310.  Coach Lines has a shuttle bus  from the Greyhound Depot in  downtown Vancouver right to  the West Gate of Expo which is  probably closer than a parking  lot would get you to it.  The shuttle is free and goes to  the site whenever a Maverick  bus comes in. They will also  pick you up from Expo 30  minutes before your bus leaves  the depot.  If you want to go to or from  the stadium entrance or the East  Gate of Expo, the Sky Train  runs from the Dunsmuir Station  kiddycorner from the Bus  Depot. It means a minumum of  walking (you do enough of that  on the Expo site) and the cost  for two people is about the same  or less than it costs to take a car  with the ferry and parking.  Pool news  Several petitions and about  20 letters, including a letter of  concern by MLA Don Lockstead flooded into Gibsons  Council last week in the wake of  the pool deficit crisis.  Meanwhile   the   committee  that has been set up to decrease  , the deficit is speeding towards  its own June 2 deadline.  .--^JJ'It's, not that complex an  'vissue,!'^_wtid committee spbkes-  ' man Blane Hagedorn, "and we  don't want to make a life-time  job of it."  The committee is looking at  reducing the overall deficit by  trimming costs in four general  areas. First, user fees, which  Hagedorn said are not  necessarily first in importance;  second, the tax base. The committee has requested that the  Roberts Creek Area D director  be contacted to initiate the first  steps for a referendum on Area  D's contribution to the pool.  Third, management and administration and fourth,  schedules; outgoing pool supervisor Margo Sterling-Laycock  will attend the next committee  meeting to answer questions on  these two aspects of the pool.  Altogether 38 people volunteered to be on the ten-man  committee and anyone wishing  to provide input has been invited to send his or her suggestions in writing to the Town of  Gibsons, Box 340, Gibsons.  A footnote to the pool  meeting: the mayor was mistaken, according to the town  clerk, when she said afternoon  hours had been made available  for the Chinook Swim Club.  ���TO RESIDENTS OF:���  Town of Gibsons  >  Village of Sechelt  SCRD Areas B, C, D, E, F  &  Garbage collection by-laws call for  TWO REGULAR SIZE GARBAGE CANS  to be collected EACH WEEK  It is our intention to follow the by-law & only  pick up two garbage cans per week.  If you have excessive garbage to be collected,  please call us and make special arrangements.  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Mott's  clamato  JUICe 7.36litre   Old South Concentrated  orange  JUICe 341 ml   Hostess  potato  ChipS 200 gm   Heinz  mushroom  SOUP 284 ml   With 1 Complete  Super Saver  ��� ������ Card  Without  Super Saver  Card  With 2 Complete  Super Saver   Cards  Without  Super Saver  Cards  2.08  With 2 Complete  Super Saver  .._..-..__ Cards  Without  Super Saver  Cards  1.29  * !  With 1 Complete  Super Saver   Card  Without  Super Saver  Card  1.19  With 1 Complete  Super Saver    Card I  Without  Super Saver  Card  I OVEN FRESH BAKERY I  Weston's  hot dog or  hamburger buns  Oven Fresh  crusty  rolls 72s.  12's m  Oven Fresh  cheese n' onion  buns       e-, 1.69 Coast News, May 12,1986  __s_V_V  Old Time Portrait Studio  Monday to Saturday 9:30 to 5:30  Cowrie St., near the Cenotaph, Sechelt       .885-7767  Sliced Cold Meats ��� Bacon ��� Imported  and Domestic Cheese 'Salads ��� Party Trays  SANDWICHES MADE TO ORDER!  n  \  $199  .  A Unique Experience at the  SHADOW BAUX GALLERY  Cowrie St., Sechlet  May 16, .7, 18, 19  . .-_**-���*.  ._������  pre  'Back Moj  Boofto  .Tourist  sale:  10% 0((l  CASH SALES  ��� Used Paperbacks  ��� Good Trades Welcome  Lots of Current  Best Sellers  c0 Autobiographies  *****    Western  Science Fiction  Non-Fiction  Sea Sagas  Danielle Steel  Jeffrey Archer  Louis L'Amour  Agatha Christie  Now Open  Wed. through Sat.  10:30 til 4  '/j' MMCI  Cowrie St., Sechelt  Just across from  Sechelt Supermarket  885-2323  Yogurt Cones  Topped with your  choices of Dutch  chocolate, coconut,  assorted granolas,  chocolate nut  crunch, blueberry,  nonpasils.  C_.f-f.ucd.io  & Espresso  Plus our regular  fine selection  YeOlde  English  DOUGHNUT  SHOPPE  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  885-2616  Timber Days Specials;  SANDWICH SPECIAL:  Smoked Turkey  on rye or Kaiser Roll.....  MEAT SPECIAL:  Bavarian Meat Loaf ... $2" J  10% OFF Regular Prices for SENIORS  Every Thursday  !'_f**-'  FLOOK COVERINGS ltd.  just Arrived!    v;,  -Deck Carpet-  Lawn Green  Two Tone Brown  ... _  $C95  -_-     sq.yd.  ''VANCOUVER PRICES"  on Cowrie Street, Sechelt  WALLCOVERINGS ���CERAMIC TILE* VINYLS  885-2923 Cowrie St., Sechelt  9:30 to 5:00  VINYL   ..-CARPET'S     Cfc'RAIVHC.  VINYl  SECHELT STREET MARKET  Sidewalk  Festival  Saturday, May 17th  ��*..   .  We're Celebrating  and you 're invited!!  Festival  Entertainment  SCHEDULE  11:00.....Sunshine Coast Mini Mob .  11:30.....Semi Tones  12:00..... Fashion Show/Microwave Demo/  Candymaking/Street Entertainment  12:45 Katie Stars  1:00 Signi Murgatroyd and Ken Dalgleish  2:00 .. Entertainment by the group "Emerald"/  Fashion Shows  3:30 ....... Lip Sync Acts and More Entertainment  SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DEPENDING UPON \VEATHER!  & Join the party  in beautiful Sf.  '*��� ���_ I  m  **_  *^i  ��� _  (within 5 miles of store)  Mushroom,  pepperoni; ..   .  Salami, ham,  green/pepper.  SMALL  iSO  Coast News, May 12,1986  Selected  TOYS  MED  LARGE  .25   $  OO  ial  15 pc. Bucket & Box Frys  Microwave Dishes  CLEARANCE ON  "Ghetto Blasters"  Be sure to check our CLEARANCE TABLESl  Cowrie Street, Sechelt 885-2171  Just one touch does so much  Four Cooking methods...in one incredible oven!  SUNSHINE COASTS.  COWRIE STREET. SECHELT  885-9616  "After the SALE it's the   SERVICE that counts"  It's  TIMBER  WEEK!  -���- /V_3k_%  V.       . *_ *���  J.- .-  > *.  *-���_.���>.;..  _?_.  ___ ���&  GORILLA  __-.  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'  /X  ._...  fSS&i  '<(...����  __5C  __y*  *:'*>/.  __���*..-���#  ���^^.y^^.  ._'V  '.'7 f'���r\  r/w��  sffc:  .**��*/,. t��t>i  **J.    'f   -'li      '*T-/t,   .   .<_   ..     */  "iff  .._.,, ^  ^*_ _  _��. _f_tf__3S  <_��� '<_.  . .  .  _���__!_  IK/-"/'���',;<.   . %,��**  *''_ ? h'  '   .   ���  _ *  Kfe  _-y^  ---'py^'  ;>_ --/���  _'*v/  .    _  ',/^_  . -  .fe  ' _ ..f  ^ ~> *s" 3_. ������._ ���*   .  -&**'.'"'  ���-* -1  yw ,^'^. >'  rk"'. .  *,  ���i _:  !..^f-.  "T/ie Original  99  �������� AA/QRKVVEN.  /IN \A__>RliC>  We're working for you f  |MaSte.C<3rd ]  100% LOCr/VLLV OVVNEp   _t 0PERATED  Govvrie Sti Sech. Ii  Gome  and See!  All  WONDER BRAS  % Price  West Coast Travel Guide  Bed & Breakfast in B.C.  Samuel Maclure, Architect  by Janet Bingham  Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-2527  Refreshments  "7 Days Wi.hou- P. J.'s  makes one weak"  Timber Days  ! Special ^H  Regular  HOT dog;  ONLY  Each  Cowrie St.,  Next to MacLeod's 8.  Coast News, May 12,1986  ^^^.^l^l^^^liE-iSi^^P  Special person  Tgianks to the generosity of the Pender Harbour Lioness Club, the  Madeira Park Elementary library has some lovely new books.  Ashley Fielding, Stacey Baulne and Shannon Gibsons hold the  Hooks while librarian Mavis Mark receives the cheque for $50 from  Lioness Mary Richardson. ���Joan Wilson photo  Egmont  News  Short notice  ��  by Ann Cook, 883-9167  h A "tea, bake and plant sale"  i$ on for Wednesday, May"14 at  1>30.  With  Vi  Berntzen and  Dolly Wallace "pouring", the  t��a will be an enjoyable afternoon. The plants and baking  depend on you and me.  . I know it's short notice but  Sechelts1  last lap  Continued from page 1  i. "We always think we've concluded but it's one more time  around," Dixon said. "This is  the only thing that's holding us.  tip now, but we'll get it."  (1 Anderson echoed Dixon's  optimism.  �� "There's nothing we've said  we want that we haven't got.  This (Section 33) is the last  vestige of paternalism but there  isn't one major issue we've  fought on that we haven't  won."  ;'. Referring to questions other  Indian groups have had about  Sechelt's self government, Dixon pointed put that Sechelt has  hever looked upon self goverh-  mrat-lg^atjon as,a'subsrtitutei  ^r''^d;clffl^.;i.:.r^:.:^'.Vv.*--. .-���..���' - f':.  ���v1 ���" We'Tiave .^ the  Iwo paths at the same time. This  One has gone faster,'*' he told  the Coast News. "Our comprehensive land claim has been  presented for review to the Office of-Native Claims and we  will fight just as hard for our  land claims as we have done for  ^illC-93."  >;^ As to the difficulties the provincial government may ���have  coming to agreement with a  ^elf-governing Sechelt, Dixon  hopes that negotiation will take  the place of long and costly  jegal wrangles.  ���1 "We would hope that Garde  ���Dardom and his Cabinet colleagues will direct their officials  to spend less time attempting to  Rewrite the federal legislation  j|nd more time working with  pur negotiating team to find a  t^ay of meeting the needs of the  Sechelt people," Dixon said.  's "What the province says  good, but we would  " he added.  founds  |>re_^r action  ��_ No Deposit *  DEAN CLAPP  LEASING  CARS & TRUCKS  All makes & models  Assure yourself late mode!  dependable transportation  every 3 to 4 years, without  tying up capital.  *1st & last payment  required OAC*  CALL ME COLLECT  DEAN CLAPP  PAGER 687-1985 #3813  DL5330  instead of wasting time complaining let's hop to it and bake  a little something, get a few  plant cuttings or just find a  plant a new home.  There will be games, door  prize and little raffles plus tea or  coffee in the nice tea cups that  have been given to us tp sip like  ladies. See you there.  GREAT SMORGASBORD  The late spring smorgasbord  was just great. Good weather,  good turnout, good food, good  company, what more can we  ask. Good total in the till; that  we had also. Convenors asked  me through this column to  thank everyone who helped and  donated to make this spring  event successful.  The set of hand crafted kitchen knives made by John  Seabrook in Egmont were won  by B. Churchill of Sechelt. Wal-  ly Silvey won second and third  prizes, he picked his own name  out of hundreds in the raffle  bag. Bruce McClelland won the  door prize.  LIONS SAY THANKS  The Pender Harbour Lions  say thank you Egmont for buying and selling raffle tickets (on  the yak wool rug that J. Barnett  won) and, participating in the  auction.:'���''���'''.��-.B-. . -   .'.' .'���: _' .  by Joan Wilson, 883-9606  , May's Pender Person has just  returned from a week in Prince  George at the Arts Festival,  where one of her water colours  hung with works of artists from  all over B.C. She paints in the  studio she built herself, overlooking North Lake; since she  came to the Harbour seven  years ago, she has had the time  to concentrate on painting, and  her works have been bought by  many local people as well as  visitors to the Coast.  Noreen Marshall loves art,  and always has time to encourage and assist other artists  at the Harbour Artists' group,  cheerfully sharing her skill and  knowledge. It is her unselfish  outlook on life that has won  Noreen wide respect here in the  Harbour.  You will be seeing her paintings very soon in the shop next  to the Hayestack, where the  Harbour Artists will be displaying their work starting -next  weekend. Stop in, chat with the  artists, and take a look at their  works. ;���  Npreen, you add something  special to the Harbour, and we  want you to know that we appreciate you!  LEGION DANCE  Boogie, to the music of Larry  Branson at the May Day Dance  at the Legion in Madeira Park,  Saturday, May 17, 9 to 1.  Members and guests are free.  WILDLIFE MEETING  Pender Harbour Wildlife  Society will hold its general  meeting, 7:30 p.m., Tuesday,  May 20 at the elementary  school. Speaker is Brian  McKeown, Professor of Marine  Biology at Simon . Fraser.  Everyone is welcome.  BAZAAR A SUCCESS  Thanks from the Community  Club to all who supported their  annual spring tea and bazaar.  The hall was crowded with  shoppers eager to buy plants,  baking and handcrafts, while  the Pender Harbour Guides  served tea and goodies.  Some of the winners of raffles and prizes were: Mamie  Hornby, IGA hamper; Muriel  Crpsby, Oak Tree certificate;  Davina, gift certificate; Nena  Whittaker, Serendipity  Playschool hamper; Muriel  Page, tea prize; Debbie  Fielding, afghan; Maureen Lee  and Renee Leach, dressed dolls;  M. Fontain, $50; Jean Wood,  paper tole picture; Fran Cater-  mole, third prize. This isn't  quite a complete list, so congratulations to any winners I  have missed.  POOL NEWS  Robi reminds everyone that  the last five week sessions of  fitness classes starts this week.  Sign up now for 1, 2 or 3 sessions. The pool will be closed on  Saturday, May 17, and Monday, May 19.  HARBOUR LARCENY  Some nefarious characters  have stolen the ladies' scow  from the beach near Porter's  dock. If anyone has knowledge  of this dastardly deed, please  call Robi at the pool. Maybe the  firemen know something about  this.  GOLF LUNCHEON  The Pender Harbour Ladies'  Golf Club will hold its first annual spring luncheon on May  24, 12:30 at the club house.  Please cpme and bring a prospective member. There will be  a minimal charge. For more information, call Sylvia Edwards,  883-9341, Joan Wiilcock,  883-9185, or Helen Crabb,  883-9211.  HARBOUR ARTISTS  The works of our local artists  will be on display next to the  Hayestack starting May 17, 18  and 19. They will be open the  following weekend, May 24 and  25, and then every day from 10  to 4 starting May 31. Please  come by and see the talent in  Pender Harbour.  i^'^lt'^$0^^     We h��pe to i��ln y��u in  May Day and Timber Day celebrations,  Sat., May 17th.  Phone us at 613-995-0840 (Ottawa) or Zenith-2271 if you  have special concerns you wish to discuss with us.  Ray Skelly, M.P. Don Lockstead, MLA  South Pender Harbour Waterworks Dist.  ANNUAL  GENERAL MEETING  Sunday, May 25. 2:30 p.m.  Madeira Park Community Hall  AGENDA ITEMS INCLUDE:  -1985 Financial Statements  - request for borrowing to enlarge intake  on Haslam Creek  - Election of trustees  -PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND  Straw winners  Gibsons Volunteer Kre*-Department Straw Draw winners:  -Bill Peterson; R. Ghrjstofefier, J.-Carnithen, Robin _Hethey  '_.���__-''   ....v....-...,-;**   _    '   .   .'   -��_. ���**���"-*���  4 >,S*"i;l it'yi& .   M*-_.  ___  ������^ --V._i. ���-���.  <- ���  ;. '  .._.  .^_-  ._.  __-_���  __-  _V  ���   i>   _s    ��.-."���!_-*  - >*. . .��  ___&. i*_*  . i _  ��_ , ������.... ,s- ._ <.JW^iroivi^l1..     _. s,.  ._> j* _:. . __~ y K "���_.. .  ..     *.   .  <��� ^     ._ ^   ^ .��������.> .1 ..������''    ^     .    >%S.    -.  '      .     V \ .-_^~f._.*.."'.   ^^     _t_^__  40th Annual Pender Harbour  MAY DAY CELEBRATIONS  Saturday, May 17th  8 a.m. . 11 a.m.        ...LIONS' PANCAKE BREAKFAST  9 a.m. - 9:30 a.m... .. .   ... 4 KM FUN RUN  (register at Hayestack)  10:15 am .PARADE JUDGING.  11 a.m:......  PARADE  11:45 a.m.  LEGION LADIES' AUXILIARY  FOOD CONCESSIONS OPEN  MAYPOLE DANCING  12 noon. . ....... .............MAY DAY CEREMONIES  Crowning of May Queen, Awards Presentations, etc. Community Hall  1 p.m.......... .CHILDREN'S GAMES, AIRPLANE RIDES  (Gov't Wharf, Madeira Park)  1:15 p.m.........VARIETY SHOW, HORSEHOE PITCHING  CHILDREN'S RACES  Community Hall  1:30 p.m....... HOT DOG AND ICE CREAM COMPETITION  2 p.m........ SUNSHINE SQUARES, SQUARE DANCING  GIRL'S SOFTBALL GAME  2:30 p.m...  _ _ WRIST WRESTLING  3 p.m..-. _............ GIRL'S & BOYS' BICYCLE RACES  MOON BALL COMPETITION  OYSTER SHUCKING, AXE THROW  3:30. ...;........;. .BOYS*  SOFTBALL  5 p.m.. MIXED ADULTS SOFTBALL  5 - 7 p.m........... ..... . . .CHILDREN'S DANCE  Community Hall  9 p.m. -1 a.m..... ADULTS* DANCE WITH "KNEGHTSHtFT  Raffle and Adult Dance Tickets on sale at-"  Centre Hardware, Oak Tree Market, and Harbour Video  Publication of this schedule has been made, possible  by the generosity of the following businesses:  IGAFOODLINER PENDER HARBOUR DIESEL  Madeira Park - 883-9100 Hwy 101, Madeira Park - 883-2616  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES GARDEN BAY MARINE  Sunshine Coast Hwy., SERVICES  Pender Harbour - 883-9551 Garden Bay - 883-2722  COAST TOOL & POWER SHOP EASY #5  Sunshine Coast Hwy., Cowrie St., Sechelt - 885-2025  Pender Harbour - 883-9114 LORD JIM'S RESORT  BUCCANEER MARINA Ole's Cove, Halfmoon Bay - 885-7038  RESORT LTD. RUBY LAKE RESORT  Secret Cove - 885-7888 Sunshine Coast Hwy.,  MADEIRA MARINA LTD Pender Harbour - 883-2269  Madeira Park - 883-2266 COHO MARINA RESORT  DUNCAN COVE Madeira Park - 883-2248  RESORTS LTD JOLLY ROGER JNN  Garden Bay - 883-2424 ��� Secret Cove -885-7184 Coast News, May 12,1986  ��� ��� - ���.  ���������-���'���.  9_ <  This is Police Week and to help build public awareness of safety on the roads, especially for bicycle  riders, the Gibsons detachment of the RCMP is giving away fluorescent arm and leg bands for  youngsters (and those who are not so young) to wear after dark. Here Cpl. Milt Wilhelms stands by as  young Rick and Stephanie Smith show off their bikes, and their new luminous protectors.  Sechelt  Scenario  Sechelt celebrates  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  S Thanks to a small group of  people Sechelt will celebrate as  usual   on   the   May   holiday  Weekend of May 17 and 18.  ���This weekend is very much  looked forward to by local people and visitors alike.  ^ No one assumed the position  of chairman but Carol Oslie is  acting   chairman   and   Mike  Shanks, Lori Wilson, Joe Benner and Lee McLellan are the  main  players  in   putting  the  celebration together.  Si Saturday the power lift takes  p. ace   at   Sechelt   Elementary  School and Warren James and  company have the beater race  put at Ray StockwelPs place on  Porpoise Bay Road. The bicycle  contest   and   the   merchants'  entertainment on Saturday all  add to the fun on the weekend  with the Lions' Casino in the  evening.  All events and times will be  listed elsewhere in the paper.  ^Sunday, the parade starts off  at: 10 a.m. at the Sechelt Indian  Eland Grounds and ceremonies  at_Hackett Park start at 11:30  a.m. to 12 noon.  pflay Queen will be picked on  this day.  SHORNCLIFFE  APPRECIATION TEA  The monthly meeting of  Shorncliffe will be changed this  month to the activity room at  Shorncliffe on Tuesday, May 20  starting at 1:30 pm.  Guest speaker will be Barbara  Estey, BScN, Director of Resident Care.  The meeting will be followed  by; an appreciation tea sponsored by Shorncliffe.  i0\e change of meeting place  is.for this time only.  ELDERHOSTEL  HOSTS MET  A meeting of hosts of the  Elderhostel program on  Wednesday, May 7 brought  forth a few more people willing  to billet the senior students.  More hosts are still needed  for the June 1 and the June 8  weeks, call Capilano College  885-9310.  CARLETON ELEMENTARY  SCHOOL REUNION  There are quite a few of us on  the Sunshine Coast who will be  attending the Reunion 86 of Sir  Guy Carleton Elementary, Vancouver's oldest school which  will be 90 years old, and will  celebrate on May 16, 17 and 18.  One of those first students  was Maynard Dubois who passed away several years ago but  was a longtime resident of the  Sunshine Coast.  SECHELT INTERMEDIATE  CARE SOCIETY  The Sechelt Intermediate  Care Society which operates  Shorncliffe will be holding its  annual general meeting on June  24. Only those people "in good  standing will be eligible to vote, .  Dues paid One month previous will reinstate those who  have let their membership drop.  People are encouraged to  support this facility, membership is $3 per person and may be  paid at Shorncliffe or mailed to  the Sechelt Intermediate Care  Society, Box 1580, Sechelt, BC  VON 1V0. Attend one meeting  per year.  A showplace in our community, Shorncliffe serves to let  people live on their own yet  have the comfort of others  around and someone to care, to  see they get their proper food  and medication while still maintaining their privacy in a room  of their own.  SECHELT GARDEN CLUB  Guest speaker for the Sechelt  Garden Club on Wednesday,  May 7 was Randie Tame from  Roberts Creek who spoke on  herbs and how to grow, harvest  and use them. Questions from  the floor were answered and  good discussions took place.  They treat their speakers  kindly; Randie was the lucky  winner of the raffle prize..;-a  geranium.  Plans are under way for the  best garden contest open to all  from West Sechelt to Wilson  Creek.  BPW MEETING  Sheila   Kitson,   Gibsons  Chamber of Commerce president will be guest speaker at the,  .  Sunshine Coast. Business and     \  Professional   Womeiis   Club  meeting on,T. esday,,May.20rto ..... ���  .be��� ^. hel&_..at- - tlfi^iQm egW&i  Restaurant   in   Gibsons,   6:30  p.m.  Those wishing to attend: as  guests at the no host dinner call  Enid Reardon, 885.9320.  This will be the installation of  new officers for this year, President Gweiri Robinson's term has  ended and Dodie Marshall's will  start.  _____  .  .  ^^;t>^^>:^:*^_ppw^^^'X _*--^_.-._i''\  **_1__.s  *_5r  24 HOUR  SERVICE  885-5111  Anderson  Alarm And Answering Ltd.  Ste. 103-5630 Dolphin St.,  Sechelt (above OK Tire)  It was three cheers for Ryan Lowery when he received a Scouting  Certificate of Commendation at West Sechelt Elementary last  week. The award was given for his prompt action in alerting adult  assistance to effect an open water rescue at Halfmoon Bay. last  year�� ���Dianne Evans photo'  WIN A     PENTAX A  In celebration of 3 years  in business, we will be  giving ��� way 5 Pentax  Sharpshooter Autofocus  cameras. Your name wi|l  be .automatically entered  when you leave your film  for processing or printing.  Draws will be held on  May 31.  AUTOFOCUS CAM1 RAS  VIVITAR PS 35  PENTAX SPORT  PENTAX SHARPSHOOTER  NIKON ONE-TOUCH  travel  INTERCHANGE ABLE  LENSE   CAMERAS  PENTAX P3  LENSES  PENTAX  PROGRAM PLUS  boC-  28 (wide angle  50(standard)  28-80 (zoom)  35-70 (zoom)  70-200 (zoom)  35-105 (zoom)  2x converter  *Autowinder not shown  BU^S^ .  OTHER 3bi_im CAMERAS  CANON SNAPPY  FUJI ALL WEATHER  UNDERWATER  BINOCULARS  SCOPES  7x35-  7x50 -  10x50 -  16x50 -  3888  4888  7888  96  Print Photo  Album  2VSS8  9-30x Scope  8888  MISCEJLLANY  Duraceil  Batteries  2 Pack  $��_������  20x Spotting Scope  9888  Spacemaster 45x  Scope (incl. 15-45x  zoom, case, tri-pod)  32888  Kodak  Video Tape  soti  NEXT D/VY EILM SERVICE  mom  while  supplies last  "Your One-Stop Photo Centre"  Teredo Square, Sechelt 885-2882  Sale ends  May 31 Coast News, May 12,1986  "Would you like to buy some kindling? Jusi 50V "What's the  money for?" "We're going to Expo." This and a pony and trap,  too. Who could resist? ���John Burnside photo  George    in    Gibsons  Expo advice  by George Cooper, 886-8520  Those who have already  visited Expo say that the formidable extent of the site and  time taken awaiting a ride or entry to a pavilion demand some  planning beforehand.  Such as what entry gate to  head for and how to get from  one zone of Expo to another  without walking the entire  distance.  The official Souvenir Guide  at $5 seems to be a.good buy  whereas the offical map at $2 is  hot.  One visitor said he and his  wife spent a busy morning at  Folklife - folk music of Canada  by Stringband, then the Salish  dance group, then the Yangs  juggling a yard-lond braid of  dough into uniform strips of  noodle, then:..so much to see  and hear that it's hard to stay  still long enough at any one  spot. Like having half a dozen  TV'si in one's living room blaring out six different programs  you dearly wish to"see. Multiply  that by 10 or so.  The free ferry took him next  to the other end of the site - a  relaxing quarter hour to catch  the RCMP musical ride. "How  do they teach those horses.to  keep time to the music, the  Beachcombers' theme song, for  instance?"  A sumptuous dinner at the;  Alberta pavilion (no, not buffalo this time) and out the West  Gate to  await the  Maverick  shuttle to the bus depot.  Head swimming and feet  straining at shoelaces, it has  been a satisfying day just the  same.  Oh, do remember this, pick a  sunny day to visit Expo.  CYSTIC   FIBROSIS  RESEARCH  May is the month to  remember those with cystic  fibrosis research.  "It is the number two killier  of children," says Elva' Dunn,  885-2361, who co-ordinates this  year's fund drive on the Sunshine Coast.  The father of a young victim  of the disease has written The  life of a Child which records  his daughter's short life and her  suffering.  The daughter, Alexandra  Deford, dead at eight years of  age once said, "Just for a day I  would like to wake up one morning and not have any pain or  be sick or anything. Just once to  befree."  99TH YEAR  Cards and flowers and  visitors greeted Eleanor Nora  Morris at her home on her 99th  birthday, May 8. ���  Mrs.    Morris    has    the  Meritorious Service Medal for  outstanding good work in the  Ladies' Auxiliary to the Cana-t  dian Legion.  Mrs. Morris, a life member  of the auxiliary, is also a charter  member of that organization  which was organized in the early  1930's.  Mrs. Morris told her visitors,  "I look forward to seeing all of  you on my 100th birthday."  TROUT DERBY  The annual trout fishing derby  of the^Gibspns^ - Wildlife.  Club, May^-l, at: Sakinaw and  Ruber Lakes gave first prize to a  four pound cutthroat.  First was Antony Lovrich,  followed by, in order, Blair  Head, Robbie Shore, Larry  Brown, Fred Holland, Norm  Berdahl, and junior winner,  Kevin Henderson, with a one  pound nine ounce trout.  Larry Brown also won the  special, prize of a club membership. Jim Holland landed the  longest fish, 14 inches.  The Wildlife Club's appreciation dinner for long-time  member,* Andy Anderson  brought present and past  members together Friday, May  9 at the clubhouse.  Following the sumptuous  buffet prepared by the ladies, a  gift of a calculator was  presented to Andy.  "Just what I need in my  store," said Andy in thanking  the members.  All of these fishermen won  quality fishing equipment supplied to the Wildlife Club  through Gibsons Building Supplies. The club extends our  thanks to Gibsons Building  Supplies for helping to support  our derby in 1986.  Myshkaa McKeen took a fall into the dunk lank ai the Roberts  Creek Elementary Fun Fair last Friday evening, but she did climb  back up for more. ���Dianne Evans photo  7/1.00  Open   d a��_i^^^  Imported  WATERMELON ���  WhOle (kg.73) Ib. m -Jd  C Ut. (kg .86) lb. u J 9  California  LEMONS Size 115's  New Zealand  GALA APPLES  B.C. Red Fancy Delicious  APPLES  B.C. Hot House  tomatoes  California  CARROTS  California  RED POTATOES  (kg 1.74) lb.  (kg 1.08) lb.   (kg 2.62) lb.  (kg,55)  49  1.19  4. /1.00  39  (kg .86) lb.  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A GIFT FOR EVERY OCCASION  ���*. *   Hand painted  ^    SILK SCARVES  from M8.75    '  Gibsons  Girl SGt.s.6  Hair Salon  No accessory  you can ever buy  will be as important  as YOUR HAIRSTYLE  Call 886-2120, for  an appointment, today.  It. 'Jthfe Loyi.er=Village  CShow Piece ^ij  Ga"erv 4  Next to  Gibsons  Fish  Market  NOW RELOCATED  Come in and see our  NEW SELECTION  Custom Framing  LIFETIME GUARANTEE .  Gower Pt. Rd.  . 886*9213  Gibsons Coast News, May 12,1986  :''���--..-   ,s.  Bart Brand  mozzarella  CI166S6        ...340 gm -t.1 I 9  imperial Soft  margarine 45. g__ 1.09  Minute Maid  lemonade  Fraser Vale  fancy  peas  .. .355 ml  .79  lkg  1.79  Weston's - White or Brown  Fibre Goodness  bread 1.09  Oscarson's Sponge  berry  cups  6's  .89  c  HOUSEWARES  _  SPATULAS  By Rubbermaid  Flexible rubber blade for mixing,  stirring, scraping.  Regular price $1.29  SPECIAL  PURCHASE  PRICE  99  GARBAGE CANS  By Bow Plastiques  Snap-on lid  Regular price $18.69  SPECIAL  PURCHASE  PRICE  10.99  Fresh  VEAL  CUTLETS  lb.  kg 13.12  CHOPS  3 Centres, Rib &  Tenderloin Chops  lb.  kg4.39  Steaks, Fillets, Chunks  FRESH      in  HALIBUT   I U  %  Reg. Prices  Fletcher's Bulk #1 Sliced  SIDE ��  BACON  Fletcher-s  PweyEork*  Dinner or Beef  kg 3.29  I HAD DECIDED  to turn over.a new leaf. No more would l^cook Shepherd's: Pie or Toad  in the Hole when I couldn't think of anything else to make. I was determined to get out of my culinary rut so I tried several new items out on  "them". It went very well, but I did have my doubts one night. After a  hard day's gardening r decided tacos would be non-taxing to produce  so I got everything ready, little bowls of this n' that were assembled - in  from of the telly, of course. Where else does one eat these days unless  you can time the meal to be ready in between period one and period  two. Then he said, "This is wonderful. What more could a man want, a  plate of tacos, a beer and the Stanley Cup playoffs." He didn't even  gaze vaguely in my direction. Next time I'll have a husband who eats  quiche. But just in case there's someone with discerning taste buds out  there, here's my favourite recipe.  BEEF STR0GAN0FF  2 lbs. rump steak  black pepper  2 tablespoons finely chopped onion  4 tablespoons butter  3 cups sliced mushrooms  salt  1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg  1/8 teaspoon groung mace  1 cup beef bouillon  2 tablesoons tomato paste  2 tablespoons flour  1 cup sour cream  1. Cut beef across the grain into.%'' thick slices. Sprinkle with freshly  ground black pepper and beat each piece with a heavy implement.  2. Saute the onion in 2 tablespoons of butter until it becomes  transparent looking.  3. Add beef and saute for 5 minutes, brown both sides. Remove and  keep warm.  4. Add more butter if necessary and saute mushrooms. Remove and  keep warm.  5. Blend flour and bouillon and tomato paste. Add remaining butter and  stir in pan until thickened.  6. Return meat etcetera to sauce. Simmer for 5 minutes.  7. Season to taste with salt, nutmeg and mace. Add sour cream. Allow  to heat through, then serve immediately with rice or egg noodles.  Let's hope the best team wins - soon!  Nest Lewis  tickets  now at Ken's  in providing Variety, Qua Service  3*._P Beaks ,q_-  886-7744  Corner of School  & Gower Pt. Roads  UPSTAIRS  VEGETABLE  GARDENING  a Sunset book  only $4.95  "__.  For over  14 YEARS  we have been  in business.  TRY US.  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  Seaside Plumbing Ltd.  886-7017  GIBSONS LANDING  TAX SERVICE  ��� Income Tax Preparation  ��� Small Business Accounting  ��� Corporation  & Proprietorship  TUES-SAT, 10:30-5  (We pick up & deliver)  ���(I in  Loote  Pdst Ken's  lu( ky Dollar  The Doll's House"I /',  886-8229 ���';'  ' r->: . >' *  .     _;. + <' -'  '   * ,.". . _Wfc... .sx.     /.  WEIGHT  CONTROL  PROGRAM  YOU CAN DO IT!  Your decision to participate in the Weight  Control Program can be a giant step toward a  happier, more healthful life through good  nutrition and weight loss. This program is a  safe, very effective way to lose weight, plus it  offers you a simple, reliable maintenance program to ensure you keep your undeslred  weight off.  886-3908 Lee  D(Uf4  imported  Indian River Ruby  grapefruit      2/1.00  Large Size - 32's  Burns  mustards     i75mi 1.00  Rise n' Shine  lemonade am gm 1.00  Old South  apple juice   355m, 1.00  Scottowel  PIUS "Big Guy" 2 roll Z  PLUS "1N-STORE" $ SPECIALS  I Plu  H'lUM ��� ��� ���  KMUm________M______B  A *. .. .  12. Coast News, May 12,1986   ii __i��iiiMii��iiiMiiminrrrTTmTTTT^���n r~~~*~~������������������������������������_������_-��� ��� i     ,  f'   */.. '''  ."; _.   -/''''___ ______ > '._. . -. - ^--.'--_ ".    .. .     4_��_��___.'   v ',',.   '     "'   :  I ;-/;v/-,;"*; . a'M^.  <��B_tt__f ___!P_t _H? -__& iB_____k __W_ .  ".,.  a. ^/' ''��,*..'<{''?',' Bb  ^'^__^.__H'___^.<"-g_S^^ET___��-__!-��___���'' ,'V. -,  \> .---i.   .. ���__.       asm 3H   _________ SKB ..Hi  ^HdP . HOB   '  at man  confessions  by Peter Trower  Two sculptors of note: grandaughter Anna Vaughan and Dudley  Carter enjoy a quiet moment together _tt Mr. Carter's 95th birthday  party. ���John Burnside photo  By 1962, I had given up on  art and decided to become a  writer. My inheritance was long  gone by this time and my financial situation was pretty  desperate. When my brother,  Chris, and his wife, who were  both working, offered me a  "job" as a sort of live-in cook-  cum-baby-sitter, I gratefully accepted. They were renting a  roomy old house on the North  Shore and here I made the acquaintance of my next cat.  This was a huge, equable,  sandy-coloured torn my brother  had acquired somewhere. The  big, gentle animal soon became  a good friend. It kept me company when the kid's were at  school and used to sit watching  me as I struggled away at my  sister-in-law's typewriter, chur-  GIBSONS  LEGION  Branch #109  WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT  Fri. & Sat. night  PEGASUS  GENERAL  MEETING  Tues., May 20th  At the Arts Centre  Art and music  The colours are bright, the  perspective is sometimes surrealistic, the ideas are  humourous, the effect is charming: it's children's art! The  Seventh Annual Young  People's Art Exhibition is on  display at the Arts Centre May  14 to 25.  This show features the drawings, paintings and three dimensional pieces of children of  preschool age through high  school; This year, work has not  been limited to what has been  BC  PAVILION  THE CELEBRATION BEGINS The British  Columbia Pavilion is open! And the world is beating a path to  our door to experience the spectacular Host Province of  Expo 86.  YOU'LL SEE THE BEST - THE FINEST At  the B.C. Pavilion you'll see the unique, the UNDISCOVERED  British Columbia. You'll ride the TREES OF DISCOVERY -  giant exhibit towers showcasing "made in B.C." technotogy  ��� see your own region brought to life in our B.C. REVUE  area ��� and marvel at the majestic landscapes captured in our  DISCOVERY THEATRE SHOWSCAN FILM.  And that's just for starters! Top entertainers... special  events... submarines... daily loggers' sports... a family  restaurant.. .and the best "after hours" entertainment at Expo.  It's all here at the B.C. Complex ��� the largest at Expo ��� for all  the world to see.  IT'S YOUR SHOW Our glass-enclosed Discovery  B.C. building is both exhibit area and your "living room" ��� a  place to call your own during the fair. Challenge B.C. shows off  your lifestyle and working traditions ��� B.C.'s economic story  and the partnership that makes it tick ��� while the Plaza of  Nations nearby is the GATHERING k PLACE for  special ceremonies.  Collectively, it's a place for all    ���   British Columbians  to relax, enjoy ��� and show off to the A world.  AND IT'S YOUR  STAGE By day, more than 8,500  British Columbians from every  region will perform during the  fair. Night-time will see more  than 100 professional B.C.  entertainers on the PLAZA OF  NATIONS stage. It's the  greatest collection of B.C. talent  in the history of the province!  SO COME FOR  THE FUN! In short, the  B.C. PAVILION is THE place to  be at Expo; for exhibits, music,  entertainment and a celebration i  of that special B.C. spirit.  UPDATE  MAY/JUNE 1986 EVENTS  REGIONAL SHOWCASE/Cariboo/Chilcotin May 31-June 7  Events are staged at the Bandshell and other locations within  the B.C. Pavilion  L  PROFESSIONAL SERIES/Evenings on  Concert Classics  Tues. Evenings, July & Aug.  B.C. Style 86  Wed. Evenings, July & Aug.  B.C. Dance works 86  Wed. Evenings, July & Aug.  Jazz at the Plaza  Thurs. Evenings, July _. Aug.  Country Gold  Fri. Evenings, July & Aug.  Rockin' on the Plaza  Sat. Evenings, July & Aug.  Plaza Weekend Concerts  May 23-24 and 30-31  Look for daily loggers' sports, live theatre  at the B.C. Revue and special ceremonies  and events daily. It's all happening right  now at the B.C. Pavilion. Full details in the  main hall of Discovery B.C.  THE HONOURABLE PATRICK L. McGEER,  MINISTER RESPONSIBLE  the Plaza  SPONSORED BY:  The Sunshine  >RIT_3H  IJUMBIA  PAVILION  EXPO 86  0&^MiM%MZ&&��ffizM&0Mi>s8M  produced in school, but also includes work done when the  children are self-motivated. The  results are often surprising  The Arts Centre is open  Wednesday through Saturday  11 to 4 and Sundays 1 to 4. An  ideal time to see the'show is  Timber Days Weekend after the  parade when crafts and baked  goods will also be for sale.  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Centre will be honoured May 24  with the presence of two gifted  Japanese musicians both of  whom have achieved the title of  "Master".   .  Teresa Kobayashj. a Japanese Canadian Sensei, began her  study of the koto, a stringed instrument, in Hiroshima, Japan,  over 20 years ago. Since that  time, she has performed extensively in Canada and Japan  both publicly and on radio and  television. She also teaches and  lectures and is President of the  Greater Vancouver Koto  Ensemble.  The impact of her perfiSp  mances comes from a'technical  skill and artistic disposition  which allows her to take the  koto far beyond its traditional  mode.  Japanese born Takeo Yama-  shiro has also studied music for  over 20 years. A Master of the  Shakuhachi, bamboo flute, he  has also performed widely in  Japan and Canada including the  opening of the Vancouver Art  Gallery and the Expo Centre.  These two performed to 110  awestruck people in a magical  concert at the Arts Centre in  1981 and have been brought  back by popular demand.  Tickets . are $5 and are  available at the Arts Centre,  Hunter Gallery, Seaview  Market, the Bookstore, and  Books 'n Stuff.  Sushi and Japanese tea will  be served.  ning out inept short stories and  jungly, naive poetry. Oddly  enough, we never gave this  friendly animal a proper name.  It was known only as Pussycat.  When my brother and his  family moved to Toronto in  1964, they took the nameless cat  with them. It remained part of  their entourage for many years.  Eventually, they moved to an  apartment where animals were  not permitted and were obliged  to give Pussycat to a friend who  owned a farm. At last report, it  was still alive and prospering,  enormously old for a cat but as  equable as ever.  About a year before Chris  and the others moved east, I  resigned as houseboy and  returned to Gibsons to work in  the logging camps once again. I  was renting an apartment on  Marine Drive and here I had a  brief encounter with yet another  cat - or rather, a kitten. It stayed  with me for only a few days and  I never really got to know it.  The fleeting visitor lives on  however in this old poem:  Chafing  but not really hurt  by life's trickery,  I watch a kitten  drunk with merriment  and sheer existence  skitter  through impossible  complexities of motion,  glad  ephemeral  amazed with being  as involved-with  and wary-of  people  as I am.  Kitten -1969.  ' I didn't spend too much time  at my mother's house during  those first years back in Gibsons. It wasn't that I didn't like  my mother - it was her fourth  husband I couldn't abide. The  feeling was mutual.  This standoff continued until  1967 when the husband died of  a brain tumour. (Perhaps he  had had it for years - it would  have explained some of his irrational behaviour.) In any event,  he was gone and my mother  suggested I move back home  arid turn one of the outbuildings  into a writing studio. It seemed  like a reasonable idea, so I did.  Mike and my mother had a  cat called Cu-Ching, of which  he had been extremely fond. It  was a smalll, neutered, black  and white male with  a very  sweet disposition. I suppose I  had some vague initial prejudice  towards Cu-Ching because of  its association with Mike but the  affectionate little animal broke  down   my  defences   in   short  order and we became very close.  It was odd inheriting a cat from  a man who had literally been  my enemy but that is exacly  what happened. I grew very attached to the friendly animal  and he virtually lived in my  stndio. It even moderated my  unpleasant memories.  To be continued  Garden club  The Gibsons Garden Club have Bernard Moore as their  speaker on Thursday, May 15 at 7 p.m. in the Marine Room.  New members welcome.  Pioneer Park is being prepared for the summer, and  especially for the centennial celebration. It will be more colourful later on. Happy gardening.  Campagnola to visit  President of the National Liberal Party Iona Campagnola  will be visiting the Sunshine Coast on May 28 and Powell  River on May 29.  While on the Coast Ms Campagnola will visit high schools  and attend a dinner where there will be an opportunity for  local residents to air their views and ask questions.  More details will appear in this newspaper next week.  Sunshine Coast Community Service Society  Notice of  J  at  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Community Use Room  Wed., May 28, 1986  Commencing 7 pm  Special guest Michael Clague, Social Planning and  Review Council of B.C. will speak on  "Social Planning and Community Development".  Everyone is welcome  Join Community Services and hear  this interesting speaker.  Keep Our  Swimmers Afloat!!  Dance to the BIG BAND SOUNDS of the     \  HARBOUR LIGHTS ORCHESTRA  on Saturday, May 24th  8:30 p.m. - 1:30 a.m. -*���������>  at Gibsons Curling Club '  All proceeds to support the on-going  operation of our community swimming pool. -������!  TICKETS: Available at several locations  in Gibsons, Roberts Creek and Sechelt  *_       tf^   ��.    s\  '  __���<  r^.,__ ._  Corner of G_ver  Point  * SAME QUALITY CLOTHES  ��� SAME QUALITY SERVICE  For all your.men's wear needs  FROM BASICS TO FASHION  We have it all!!  Mon. - Thurs. & Sat.       9:30 - 6  Fri. 9:30-7 Sun. 10 - 5',,.'  _|?ichcrrd*ft  Notice Board  Shorncliffe Auxiliary Monthly Meeting Tuesday, May 20 at 1:30 in the activity  room at Shorncliffe. Speaker: Barbara Estey. Meeting to be followed by an appreciation tea sponsored by Shorncliffe. Please note change ofmeeting location for  this month only.  1st Gibsons Beavers, Cubs & Scouts Bottle Drive 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Langdale to  Seaview Cemetery, Saturday, June 7.  Breast self-examination clinic sponsored by Coast Garibaldi Health Unit. Second  Monday of every month at 7:30. Next clinic, May 12. For info, call 886-3319 or  Health Unit.  , The (-tender Harbour Branch of the AuxHfary to St. Mary's Hospital will hold its  regular meeting on Wed., May 14 at 1:30.p.m. in St. Andrew's Church Hall.  Everyone Welcome.  The Sunshine Coast Cancer Society. Have you made your donation? If not  please phone Sharon Webber, 886-2947 in Gibsons. The Cancer Support Group  will be held on Monday, May 12 at 1:30 p.m. in the board room of the Sechelt.  Municipal Offices, 1241 Inlet Ave. All Welcome.  Miss Sea Cavalcade Dinner & Fashion. Show, May 12 & 13 at Andy's  Restaurant. Tickets, $12.50, available at Goddard's, Pippy's & Andy's.  "Your Christ is too Small" video presentation & discussion. Roberts Creek  Elem. School. To run each Wednesday from April 23 to May 21 at 7:30 p.m.  Sponsored by Grace Reformed Pres. Church. m  11  Coast News, May 12,1986  13.  Local actor Pat Baker portrays one of his character's moods from  the successful comedy, Table Manners, which opens next Thursday, May 22 at the United Church Hall in lower Gibsons. Presented  by Driftwood II and directed by Betty Keller, the play forms one of  Alan Aychbourn's popular Trilogy, Norman Conquests.  Police news  J3IBSONSRCMP  ""The Canfor News of March  this year reports that the logging  industry in B.C. has Jto absorb  jaround $6 million in annual  losses mostly by log theft in  Jjoom grounds and in the  ^yoods.  rv,The RCMP detachment in  Gibsons is stepping up its  yigilance of the nearby woods  and booming operations," Inspector Dick Smith told the  Coast News.  ��� Break-ins and theft at the  Jade Palace and Gypsy restaurants the night of 5-6 May  hiave been solved by the RCMP.  �� A local man has been charged1  with the break-in at the Gypsy  a& well as another recent break-  in at the same restaurant.  f.        /_���......v-    ..- -yk-yy ,y>y  J On May 6 damage o�� five ,  oken "paries iri the telephone ^  bboth on the curling rinks parking lot was -reported.  ��ln# break-and-entry on May  6^: of a residence on the Port  Mellon   highway  money  was  stolen.  VThe night of May 5 to 6, a  Husqvarna chainsaw was stolen  from a residence hear Reed and  Payne Roads.  Someone  knows  something  gbout, these last three crimes.  ne  >���_..-  I    TUESDAY, MAY 13  5:30 P.M.  ^���Expb Update:  This week's  Expo news.  | 7:00 P;M.  Peninsula Review. The third  and final news programme  ffbm the Peninsula Review  team at Elphinstone.  ^Forestry Week Special. Coast  Ten's informative forestry show  from last Thursday is repeated  & THURSDAY* MAY 15  ���!���' '������'   . 5:30 P.M.  ��Expo Update is repeated.  ���|        .   7:00 P.M.    '  Peninsula Review is repeated  ffipm Tuesday.  ���fThe Real Kitchen. Pat Taylor  arid Bernie Mahoney fix up a.  bktch of chicken cordon bleu.  Tjaped in the foods class at  Elphinstone.  |_ook Back to the Hill. The  Gibsons Baptist Church performs this -Biblical Drama for  the Coast Ten cameras. A well  produced play well worth watching.  ^V  The Cedars  PUB  Cedar Plaza  'py Hwy 101, Gibsons  Evening  Menu  from   ___ " __f- _$U pm  ^You'll be pleased?^.  Call Crime Stoppers 886-8477.  SECHELT RCMP  The Sunshine Coast Regional  District Sewage Treatment plant  was entered in the early morning hours of Wednesday. A  number pf vehicles were broken  into and a quantity of tools  taken.  The Department of Highways reported that a number bf  highway signs has been knocked  over in the Earls Cove area.  A resident of Fawn Road  reported the theft of approximately three to four hundred  dollars' worth of tools from a  truck parked in their yard.  A 12 foot Avon inflatable  boat was stolen from a  Tuwanek resident.  Two impaired; drivers have  been charged by Swh^pPolice:.  rdetachmeil^^^ ��'  A single footer veWitle acci-|  dent caused severe injury to 36  year old Betty McBride. Police  are investigating the accident  which took place in the early  morning hours of Wednesday,  May 7 oh Highway 101 in West  Sechelt.  On-going concern about the  direction of the Coast's aquaculture industry highlighted the  regular meeting of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District (SCRD)  held on Thursday, May 9, 1986.  Director Gordon Wilson of  Area A (Pender Harbour and  district) drew to the board's at-  . _ention the fact that Scantech  Industries Limited had applied  for permission to build a pipe to  facilitate blood-water disposal  into Wood Bay.  Wilson called upon the  regional board to express 'the  shock ahd anger which is felt in  my area and by my APC that  fish processing is being planned  for this site.'  "A representative of this  company assured this board  that there would be no fish-  processing at this site," said  Wilson.  Director " Wilson told the  board that what was apparently  a fish-processing plant was  already in the process of being  built on the Scantech site.  After, a question from Director McGillivray of Roberts  Creek, the regional board decided to look into whether or not a  building permit had been issued  on the site.  Director Wilson told the  Coast New slater that the environmental question seemed  secondary to him as he had been  assured that blood-water  disposal was a negligible environmental hazard.  "But here again we have this .  single   company   intent   on  pushing ahead without discussion with local authorities or  concern for local sentiment,"  said Wilson, who sajd he had  come across the advertisement  /or the pipeline in a city  newspaper,  "It underscores the urgent  need for a meeting with the  Minister of Lands, Parks and  Housing on our Wl zoning,"  said Wilson, pointing put that  the Scantech site would be nonconforming under such zoning:  Rates for  launching  Quality, used lumber, bricks, windows, lights, plumbing, etc.y  ff�� _fc m USED BUIL.D ING ft!_&__��__ _��_-S3  11947 Tannery Rd, Surrey  IWONOAV-SATURbAY SOa-lSlf  We also buy used building materials        ������_���_'  ^  The commercial rates for use-  - ing launching facilities at the  Gibsons Marina have been increased too much, according to  John Reynolds of Tangent Enterprises.  Reynolds lodged a complaint  to Gibsons Council last week,  saying the charge of $10 per use  was out of line with the town's  1983 agreement with the  marina,' which set a blanket  launch charge of $2 per use.  Council will look at -Reynolds' complaint in committee  this month. Clerk Lorraine  Goddard said last week that the  town's original agreement did  not take commercial users into  account and that marina manager Art McGinnis had simply  overlooked applying for the fate  change to council.  HOLIDAY  HOURS:  Closed Sat.,,. May 17th  for Victoria Day  Sunshine Coast  Credit Union  Head Office:  Teredo Square  Sechelt  885-3255  Gibsons:  Cedar Plaza  886-8121  [(g) jto nni*took Ho. ge  DINING ROOM  FULLY LICENSED  Every Sunday  ROAST BEEF DINNER  Complete with Yorkshire puddingl whipped  potatoes and gravy! fresh vegetable's with  . .     cheese,sauce and salad. 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Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  E  GUIDE  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  The clock that marks the changing of the generations  has moved ahead at the Homestead Restaurant in Wilson  Creek and now it is Greg Petula, the son, who presides  over the kitchen which was once the domain of father  John.  The service remains as friendly as ever and the food as  reasonably priced and tasty as the Petulas have been  known for since they operated the Sechelt Drive-in some  years'ago.: ��� ���   , A recent Saturday night saw my companion and I  choose the Homestead for some quiet and relaxed dining.  .Louise, the waitress, was an old friend and she soon had us  settled and comfortable in the small and cosy dining area.  The selection of entrees on this evening included chicken  cordon bleu, barbecue spare ribs, prime rib, and prawns,  all in the manageable $11 to $12 range. Included was an  excellent salad bar and wonderful baked potatoes.  I chose the barbecue spare ribs and my partner selected  the prime rib after some deliberation. Neither'of us were  disappointed in our choices. New chef Greg has obviously  learned his business well.  Neither of us are big dessert fans but my companion did  enjoy a Monte Cristo after bur meal which at $4.50 was  pronounced wonderful.  Wine with meals is available at the modest price of $2 a  glass arid we enjoyed a quiet and tranquil meal that was in  every way satisfying. .    "  In a week or two the new outdoor patio will be opened  for service ahs we have made a mental note to return and  sample the salmon barbecue which will be featured in conjunction with open air dining.  For a good dinner in quiet and friendly surroundings try  the Homestead Cafe in Wilson Creek. You won't be disappointed.  A.E.-American Express;  E.R.-En Route  M.C.-Master Card;  ,^jBf     V.-Visa;  f:'./.y\        AVERAGE MEAL PRICES QUOTED DO NOT  \yy.yj INCLUDE LIQUOR PURCHASES,  /.';.'_���  /.*.V.\  (.���.������. -   .  -v.-.-.J ���  . _^-______._  Andy's Restaurant - Hwy ioi, Upper Gibsons- 886-3388. Open 11 a.m.  -10:30 p.m. Mon-Wed; 11 a.m. - 11  p.m.- Thurs-Sat; 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Sun.  130 seats. V., M.C. Located in the  village of Gibsons kittycorner from Sunnycrest Mall, Andy's offers a variety of  popular meals in air conditioned comfort. A place to sit back and relax. Wide  lunch selection with daily specials. Menu  features steak, pizza, seafood, pasta.  House specialties include veal dishes and  steaks. Children's portions available for  most dishes. Reservations recommended  on weekends. Average meal for two  S15-S20.  Creek House - Lower Road, Roberts  Creek - 885-9321. Open Wed-Sun 6 p.m.  - 10 p.m., Sunday Brunch 11 a.m. - 2  p.m.'40 seats. V., M.C. Intimate dining  and fine cuisine are the hallmarks of  Creek House. The atmosphere is sophisticated yet casual. Brunch includes eggs,  crepes, pasta, seafood, salads,  croissants. Dinners include crepes, pasta  and meat entrees. Evening specialties include Filet A L'Echalotte, Stroganoff,  Lobster, Prawns. Two Daily specials  (one seafood) at $10.95 includes soup or  salad. Average meal for two $30. Reservations a must on weekends.  The Omega Pizza Steak and  Lobster Housel538 Gower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons Landing -886-2268. Open Sun-  Thurs; 4 -10:30 pirn.; Fri-Sat 4-11 p.m.  145 seats. V., M.C. With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere. The. Omega is a people-  watcher's, paradise. Cast members of  "The Beachcombers" can usually be  found dining here. Menu includes pizza,  pasta, ;steaks and seafood. Steaks and  seafood are their specialties. Banquet  facilities available. Very special  children's menu. Average dinner for two  $20. Reservations recommended.  Pronto's Steak, Pizza and  Spaghetti House - Hwy IOI, Gibsons - 886-8138. Open 11:30 a.m. - 11:00  p.m. Mon-Thurs; 11:30 a.m. - midnight  Fri-Sat; 4 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. Sun. 130  seats. V., M.C. Located in the Cedar  Plaza in Gibsons, Pronto's serves an extensive variety of pizza, steak, pasta,  lasagna and ribs in a delightful family atmosphere. Lunch choices include sandwiches, pasta, burgers and daily specials  Mon-Fri. Dinner selections include  steak, pizza, ribs and souvlaki. Steak  and   lasagna   the   house   specialty.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Children's menu available. All dinner  entrees served with salad and garlic  FAMILY DINING  Ruby Lake Resort - Sunshine Coast  Hwy, Pender Harbour -883-2269. Open 7  days a week 7 am -9 pm. 54 seats. V.,  MC. Breakfast, lunch and dinner served  daily in Ruby Lake's post and beam dining room. Lovely view of lake and good  highway access for vehicles of all sizes.  Breakfast served all day. Lunch prices  begin at $2.50, dinners from $5.50 including salad bar. Smorgasbord Sunday  nights includes 12 salads, three hot meat  dishes and two desserts, $10.95 for adults,  $5.50 for children under 12. Tiny tots  free. A great family outing destination.  Absolutely superb prime rib every Friday  night. Average family dinner for four  $20-25.  The Homestead - Hwy IOI, Wilson  Creek - 885-2933. Open 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.  daily. 40 seats inside, 30 seat patio. V.,  M.C. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Daily lunch and dinner specials as  well as regular entrees. Lunches include  sandwiches, hamburgers, pyrogies and  salads. Dinner selections include steaks,  chicken and seafood. Prime Rib and 15  item salad bar are the house specialty on  Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.  Average family meal for four $25-$30.  DRIVE IN TAKB OUT  Chicken Shack - Cowrie St., Sechelt  - 885-7414. Open 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Mon-  Thurs; 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Fri-Sat; Sun  noon - 8 p.m. Fried chicken, chicken  burgers, chicken nuggets, fries, salads,  onion rings, fresh hamburgers. All  prepared on the premises, all to go.  PUBS  Backeddy Pub - Egmont Marina  -883-2298. Open daily - 11 to 11, Sat.  & Siin. 9 to 11. 60 seats inside, 20 on  the deck. All day menu features sandwiches, hamburgers, steaks and desserts. Snacks include fresh steamed ���  local prawns, fish and chips made  with local fish. Bright comfortable atmosphere overlooking Egmont Narrows. Also includes a 16 seat family  cafe, open 9 am -10 pm.  Cedar's Inn - Cedar Plaza, Gibsons  -886-8171. Open 10 a.m. - midnight  Mon-Sat. 100 seats. V., M.C Good pub  food and 4-6 daily specials. Lunch prices  start at $2.25. Saturday breakfast special-  includes ham, bacon, fresh scrambled  eggs and three pancakes for only $2.95.  Live entertainment most nights. Darts  tournaments Sat afternoons. Everyone  welcome.  Elphie's Cabaret- Gower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons - next to the Omega Restaurant  - 886-3336. V., M.C. Open Wed 9 p.m.  -2 a.m., Thurs (Ladies' Night) 8 p.m. - 2  a.m., Fri & Sat 8 p.m. - 2 a.m. (No cover  charge til 10 p.m.). No cover charge  Wed night. For a rocking good time,  come dance and party on the peninsula's  biggest dance floor.  Gilligan's Pub - Teredo St., Sechelt  -885-4148. Open 10 a.m. - midnight  Mon-Sat. 65 seats. V. Lunch and dinner  are served daily in the Coast's newest  neighbourhood pub. Menu includes  sandwiches, hamburgers, chicken platters and daily specials. Darts on Monday  nights.  Peninsula Motor Inn - Sunshine  Coast Hwy, Gibsons - 886-2804. Open  10 a.m.-12 p.m. Mon-Thurs; 11 a.m.-1  a.m. Fri-Sat. Pub food includes  breakfasts and lunches. Kitchen open  until 6 p.m. Exotic dancers. Live music.  '4  _&  _  -i  i  I  I  1  bread. Average family meal for four  $15.20.  .11  _5    I  n J  J  > ���  .    - Coast News, May 12,1986  l^_^ll^^-___^^i^!^EI^M#3fi  l^ym^^'/^M^mW^y^W^  :��� -._  ���****���* ' : *.*��� ��T".  ��� _'  -"V _.  _��-   *_  T  *3  .The sun brings out the flowers and the tennis players in Gibsons'  "Dougal Park. ���John Burnside photo  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services  GIBSONS  Glassford Road -11:15a.m.  Sunday School - 11:00 a.m.  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay - 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.  - Rev. Alex C. Reid  Church Telephone   ' '866-2333  ���*^P 3fk -*r   ���  ANGLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  ST. COLUMBA OF IONA PARISH  HALFMOON BAY  Church of His Presence:  . 2nd Sunday     10:30 Morning Prayer  11:00 Communion  4th Sunday      10:30 Morning Prayer  5th Sunday 3:30 Communion  The Reverend E.S. Gale  885-7481 or 1-525-6760 .     ;  ,. Traditional Anglican  Services & Teaching  ������I.-,-. ���   Jlfk iSfk 3f*>< ���--  NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH  5836 Wharf Ave, Sechelt  Home of New Life Christian Academy KDG to Gr. 12 (Now Enrolling)  ;   Service times: Sun. 10:30 a.m., Mid-week, Wed. 7:30 p.m.  Men's prayer & study, Fri. 7:30 p.m.; Women's prayer, Thur. 10 a.m.  Pastor Ivan Fox. Ph. 885-4775 or 886-7862  -_��4_4fc.  THE CHURCH OF  JESUS CHRIST OF  LATTER DAY SAINTS  Davis Bay Rd. - Wilson Creek  Davis Bay Community Hall  Sacrament Service 9:00 a,m.  Sunday School 10:15 a.m.  Branch President Reg. H.'Robinson  886-2382  in      i... -.ii. i_^> Jgv Sgk-������__���.��� .a. ������ I... ���  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  New Church building on  School Road - opp. RCMP  Pastor Ted Boodle  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Morning Worship       11:00 a.m.  Evening Fellowship      7:00 p.m.  Bible Study  Weds, at 7:30 p.m.  Phone  886-9482 or 886-7107  Affiliated with the  Pentecostal Assemblies  of Canada  __Ve 9fk 4P---  -3jk��(k &-  ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S  & ST. AIDAN'S  ANGLICAN CHURCHES  Parish Family Eucharist  Combined service at  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons 10 a.m.  Church School 10 a.m.  Rev. J.E. Robinson, 886-8436  ._ flfr .*_  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  North of Hwy. 101 on Park Rd.  Gibsons  Sunday School 9:30 a.m.  Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Weekly Home Fellowship Groups  Rev. Dale D. Peterson  886-2611  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  Corner of Davis Bay Road  & Laurel Road  Inter-Denominational  Family Worship  Sunday - U a.m.  Sunday School  For All Ages  Sunday - 9:45 a.m.  "We Extend A Welcome And  An Invitation to Come And  Worship The Lord With Us"  Pastor Arie de Vos  -____,..���������. ��� i i..     ��lV> Sgk Sfk  "' ���ii��� "  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  SERVICES  Sunday Service &  Sunday School 11:45 a.m.  Wednesday 7:30 p.m.  in United Church Building  Davis Bay  885-2506  iV- 4(1 Jfr   PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  Pastor Tim Shapcotte  883-2374 or 883-2870  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Morning Worship       11:00 a.m.  Prayer & Bible Study  Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.  _Vl A__-  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Sunday  Sechelt Elementary School  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Studies in Genesis 11:00 a.m.  Home Meetings  Studies in Matthew 7:30 p.m.  Wednesday  Home Bible Study 7:30 p.m.  J. Cameron Fraser, Pastor  885-7488  eatner!  by Alec Warner  A Scramble Round was  played on Mixed Twilight oii  May 5 with the team of Peggy  Dorais, Hilda Clancy, Bob  Knight and Alec Warner taking  first place with a net 19!/..  Second with a net 20Va, Mary  McKinnon, Aileen Pinkerton,  Art Dorais, and Bill Babcock.  Third at 21 7/8, Barb  Lawrence, Herb Receveur, Bill  Clancy and Wolf Reiche. .Low  Putt Honours (14), went to the  team of Bridget Reiche, Jack  White, Les Cowley and George  Bayford.  Fifty-four Ladies' Eigh-  teeners entered into the qualifying round for the Milburn  Tournament on Tuesday, May  6. The low gross winner for the  day was Connie Grant with an  88.  The first flight low net winner  was Ruby Head (69), with Mary  Horn as runner-up, also with a  .69. Second flight winner,' Gerri  Toltiurst (70), and runner-up,  Vi Gibbons (71). Third flight  winner at net 71, Marjorie Ross,  and runner-up, Bernice Bader  (72). '  Qualifying rounds for the  National Handicap Association  Tournament and the B.C. Summer Games were also held the  same day.  On May 5, six Sunshine  Coast ladies played in districts  2, 5 and 8, Two-Ball, Best Ball  Interclub Tournament and out  of 72 teams, the Sunshine Coast  team of Doreen Matthews and  Marion Reeves placed 8th!  The winners of the Ladies'  Niners Seniors' Tournament on  May 6 were: ��� first, Isobel  Cowley; second, Lee Redman;  and third, Bette White. Barb  Harvey won the putting  honours with a total of 17.  Bill Boragno won first low  net with a 31 on Mens' Twilight  on May 7. Second low net, Glen  Phillips (32), and third, Peter  Gordon (32 Vz). First low gross  at 38, Gordie Dixon, and second, Brian Leckie (39).  Next Wednesday, (the second  Wednesday), a "Bring your  own Steak" barbeque will be  held after, golf. Dinner trimmings and dessert will be provided  for a nominal price.  Seventy-six Men's Seniors  played an "Irons Only" team  net round on Thursday morning, May 8 in perfect Sunshine  Coast golfing weather. First  with a 99'/z, the team of Bill  Sneddon, Ed Matthews, Kent  Carruthers and Bill Babcock.  Second at 100Vz, Jack Anderson, Tor Orre, Ed Pinkerton  and George Townsend. Third,  also with a lOO'/i, Jim Gilchrist,  Bill Sexton, Ted Henniker and  Niels Hansen. Closest to the pin  on the eighth, "Hop-A-Long"  Tom Meredith.  International rugby  comes to Gibsons  The Gibsons Rugby Club is  playing host to two visiting club  sides this week from San Francisco and Wales. The locals  received 22 members of the  Gaels' club out of San Francisco last Saturday who along  with Fishguard from Wales are  taking part in the Vancouver  Centennial International Rugby  Festival.  Approximately two dozen  clubs are attending the invitational tournament from around  the. world.  The Gaels will be playing  Gibsons Tuesday night at  Langdale Elementary at 5:30  p.m.  Fishguard will arrive Thursday evening for the second  match which will be played at  Elphinstone Field at 5:30.  Some 50 people are travelling  with the Welsh entourage so if  anyone's interested in meeting  some folks from the Old Country or the big bay down south  the Gibsons club invites all to  attend.  A Pot-Luck dinner will be  held after both games at the  Rugby Clubhouse at Armours  Beach in the lower village. This  is a truly unique opportunity for  international cultures to meet,  both on and off the field.  Fastball News  Regular league action started  May 5 with Elphi at Gilligans  which resulted in a 10^-2 win for  the Elphi 'Old Boys'.  On Tuesday night Weldwood.  and GBS played to a 5-5 tie but  Weldwood came back the next  evening and played a strong  defensive game beating .'Elphi  4-1. Thursday Gilligans beat  GBS 9-3.  The following is a list for upcoming games this week. All  games start at 6:30 p.m.  Monday, May 12 -Weldwood  at Gilligans (Hackett Park).  Tuesday, May 13 - GBS at  Elphi (Brothers Park).  Wednesday, May 14-GBSat  Gilligans (Hackett Park).  Thursday, May 15 -Weldwood at Elphi (Brothers Park).  Strikes &  Spares  Our teambowl teams bowled  at Lougheed Lanes last Sunday  With first prize being a trip to  Reno. Neither team fared too  well but gave it a good try.  The G.A. Swingers held their  'Bowler of the Year' tournament last Tuesday and the winners were Ev MacLaren and  Harry Walter.  The Spring League started  last week and Nora Solinsky  showed us all how to bowl with  games of 276-263-303-272 for  ah 1114 total.  Other good totals: , Rita  Johnson, 257-933; Kathy Clark, ,-  235-879; Esther Berry, 249-850;  Ray Mahoney, 234-861; Marie  Fox, 263-842; Hazel Skytte,  231-836; Jocelyne Boyce,  241-870.  That's about it for now. All  the winter leagues are finished  with a couple of tournaments  and a few banquets to go. Its  been a good year and we thank  Coast News for printing this  column.  r---11  ���      i  ^GIBSONSV  j    MARINA    *  Auto & Bottled  PROPANE  The league is also hosting a  league tournament May 18-19.  Only four teams are in the  league this year. To make it  more interesting, two of the  'better' teams from the local  fun league have been invited to  participate. Come on out and  see how they.do. :,: _;  MORGAN'S MSN'S WEAR  ,*^5     .-*&     .'gb.  ^_ Watch for Opening  ^    Announcement  H NEXT WEEK B Coast News, May 12,1986  .if  _..  ��_ ..  *._���  *.. .  _������;;-<  ...?  Sf.1 .  _.l_i  ftk-....  fed!!  Trail Bay Sports and Gibsons  Ball Hawgs are tied for- first  place in the Senior Ladies' Softball League after two weeks of  play. Both teams are undefeated.  Trail Bay Sports defeated  Gilligan's Pub 27-6 last Tuesday, Wendy Allen pitched a  shutout against Coast Cable vision on Wednesday for a score  of 8-0, and the Eagles went  down to TBS 15-6 on Thursday.  The Ball Hawgs trounced  Coast Cablevision 28-0 and beat  Gilligan's 16-2 last week.  Cedars Inn remains undefeated with a 12-10 victory over  Roberts Creek Legion and a  20-11 win against Ken Mac but  they still have a rained-out game-  to play to try to move out of second place.  Elphinstone Recreation surprised their opponents and  themselves with two wins last  ' LADIES  May 12  week. Their game with Roberts  Creek Legion was tied at 4 at  the end of the seventh but  another inning netted Elphie  Rec enough runs to win 9-8.  Later in the week they beat  Coast Cablevision 19-10.  Tsoh Nye Eagle defeated  Ken mac 10-9 but share third  place with Elphie Rec but the  Eagles do have a game in hand.  Teams are again reminded to  phone 886-3973 before noon on  Fridays with the results of their  games.  UNOFFICIAL STANDINGS:  GWL P  4 4 0 8  Sunshine Coast  15.  Davis Road   Pender Harbour, BC'   VON 2H0  LOCALLY OPERATED  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  For control of carpenter ants, rodents & other pests  NEW SERVICE: Perimeter Treatment  Cuts down-on the creepy   *  crawler invasion  For Confidential   00-, -.j.^-��  Advice & Estimates   C_o3__.53i  OUR/SPECIALTY - Pretreatment of houses under construction!  4  3  3  4  4  4  4  4  May 13  May 14  May 15  May/19"  BP = Brother's Park  IR = Indian Reserve  LS - Langdale Elem.  Ball Hawgs  TBS  Cedars  Eagles  Elphi Rec  KenMac  Gilligan's  Coast Cable  R.C. Legion  SOFTBALL  Elphi Rec vs Ken Mac (BP)  Roberts Creek Legion vs Coast Cable (HP)  Cedars Pub vs Gilligan's Pub (HP)  Trail Bay Sports vs Elphi Rec (IR)  Eagles vs Ball Hawgs (BP)  Gilligan's Pub vs Roberts Creek Legion (RC)  Ball Hawgs vs Cedars (LS)  Ken Mac vs Trail Bay Sports (HP)  Coast Cable vs Eagles (IR)  Coast Cable vs Ken Mac (BP)  HP = Hackett Park  RC = Roberts Creek Elem.  0 8  0 6  The Jack and Jill Playschool Plant Sale was a great success thanks  to the generosity of Charnberlin Gardens who provided all the  plants, a truck to transport them and the gas to go with it. Here J &  J president Helen Robinson presents a gift to Shirley Bowers, while  building committee treasurer Betty Hart and chairman Laara Dalen  look on. ���Dianne Evans photo  Cap College gets  new co-ordinators  PB*I  OWN  f .'Wjl  P&'.li  _T_-I<  ?/3   .;  Pool dance  /Tickets are going fast for the Harbour Lights Orchestra  Dance, proceeds of which will go towards "keeping our  S-vimmers afloat".      The dance, to be held on Saturday May 24, will be at the  !$!.< Gibsons Curling Club and tickets are for sale at several loca-  ggjj/;lions in Gibsons, Roberts Creek and Sechelt.  TIDE TABLES  _-  ; Tue. May 13  10300        11.3  :0600 ':.'.. 11.9  1400 . .3.3  2205   14.4  Wed. May 14  0410 ; 11.3  0645 11.5  1440 3.8  2255   14.3  Thurs. May 15  0525 11.0  0655 11.1  1525 4.3  2345        14.3  Fri. May 16  0705 10.4  0845 10.5  1620 5.0  Sat. May 17  0025   .    14.3  0725 9.6  1045        10.2  1725    5.7  Sun.  0105  0800  1230  1830  May 18  14.4  8.5  10.4  6.5  Mon. May 19  0135 14.4  0825 ' 7.1  1400 11.2  1940    7.3  Reference: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  For Skookumchuk Narrows add  1 hr. 45 min., plus 5 min. for  each ft. of rise, and 7 min.  for each ft. of fall.;  m  ��� _���  *.  *_  DORHN BOSCH  LOGGING & MARINE LTD.  �� Mercruiser ��� Volvo   Pf.r.t.t   ��� M<.rin._r Outboarcl's  �� R.iin Go...   ��� Locjcjiny Supplies "Safety Goar  ��� Husqv.ir.i;i Siiws ��� Work Clothes ��.  Boots  ' Complete Marine Repairs ��� OMC Stern  Drive (Cobra)  Wharf Rcl., Sechelt     885 4141  Capilano College in Sechelt  has two new coordinators for  its Aquaculture Resource Centre.1 The college operates the  Aquaculture Centre as part of  its Inlet Avenue campus.  Marguerite Marsh and Steve  Marsh are taking oh coordinating duties for aquaculture as of this month. They  will continue the job started by  the first co-ordinator, Ken  Albrecht, who has since returned to his job at the Marine  Reso urces Branch. '"'.'-.  Marguerite Marsh is a fish  culturist, with a BSc in Marine  Biology and the Malaspina College Aquaculture course.^ She  brings technical knowledge and  experience in hatchery operations to the job. Steve Marsh  has practical aquaculture experience in hatchery and sea pen  sites. Between them they will  run the Aquaculture Centre and  continue its development as a  local resource.  A visiting Malaspina College  student, Rae Suttie, will be  working in the Centre over the  next few months with the "coordinators to assist in compiling  further library material.  The Centre operates as part  of the Capilano College campus  with advice from an Advisory  Committee composed -of _ocal  ���, industry representatives, Malas-.  piha and Capilano College, administrators and faculty, and  government representatives.  The Aquaculture Resource  Centre is open 12:30 to 4:30  p.m. during the summer for information. Courses, workshops  ��� MISC SERVICES*  310-20630  Mufford Crescent,  Langley.B.C.  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Call  the  COAST  MEWS  at  886 2622 or 885-3930  John CLYDE'S  Gov't Certified  Welding Service  ���All types of welding Repairs ��� Fabricating  Specializing in Excavator Booms & Buckets  g\MOBILE FROM EGMONT TO PORT MELLON 883-2328 J  Radio /hack  AUTHORIZED DEALER  SOUNDERS ��� VHF RADIOS ��� MARINEANTENNAES  Sunnycrest Mall Gibsons     886-7215  E  M  Ik  r���������������-     x  25 YEARS PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE  WEDDING ��� PORTRAIT  FAMILY ��� COMMERCIAL  Don Hunter  Photography  Box 1939, Gibsons 886-3049  We Come To You Anywhere On The Sunshine Coast  /'"ROLAND'S~���  HOME IMPROVEMENTS LTD  ��� 5" Continuous aluminum gutters  ��� Aluminum soffits & fascias  ��� Built-in vacuum systems  ��� Vinyl siding 885-3562  r  9okn Hawtbw  Refrigeration &  Appliance Service  BACK AT PRATT RD. 886-9959  .  V  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� CABINETS -  336-9411  Showroom: Pratt Rd. & Hwy. 101  Open: Sat. 10-4 or anytime by app't. ,  and seminars are being  developed at present on a variety of topics. Past aquaculture  courses at the centre have been  very successful. The next  course, tentatively planned for  July, is "Incubating, Ponding  and Feeding of Salmon", aimed  at salmon farmers and potential  salmon farmers. Information  on these and other courses can  be obtained from the coordinators. Call them at the  Sechelt campus of Capilano  College 'on Inlet Avenue, at  885-9310.  " Quote of the Week ;  Unbridled   nationalism."-'as ��� '  >  i  - .  >  _ t  distinguished from a sane and  legitimate: patriotism, must give  way to a wider loyalty, to the love  of humanity as a whole.  SEE  _____________ n  __l_l_l_  _____  MDL5936 j  THAT'S RIGHT!  Nothing Down  Puts you in the driveris seat  of a 1986 FORD CAR or TRUCK  Call Immediately, and ask about  our persona/ RED CARPET LEASE PLAN.  Drive home today OAC.  1st & last months payment required in advance.  ��� fe __- ��� ��m ���  SOUTH COAST FORD  WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD     Wharf Rd., Sechelt    885-3281  .  ��� AUTOMOTIVE ���  NEED TIRES?      Come in to  COASTAL TIRES  TIHE a SUSPENSION CENTRE  -386-2700 '886-8-167  Hwy. 101, just West.of Gibs, ns  ��� CLEANING SERVICES ���  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Commercial Containers Available  885-9973  886-2938J  ��� CONTRACTING  ...  RENO VA TIONS  ��� CONTRACTING ���  can: Swanson's  For: Ready Mix Concrete Sand & Gravel  Dump Truck Rental  Formed Concrete Products  VPhone 885-9666 ��� 885-53337  by  GEOFFKELSHAW  885-5903 ��� 886-8399  ROOFING  FREE  ESTIMATES  Specializing in all types of  commercial & residential roofing  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  886-2087  eves.  POMFRET  CONSTRUCTION  For all aspects of  residential & commercial construction  885-9692   P.O. Box 623,~Gibsons, B.C.  BC FERRIES  Schedule  VANCOUVER-SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY-LANGDALE  SPRING   86  Effective Thursday, May 1,  through Thursday, June 22  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE-SALTERY BAY  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am 5:30 pm  9:30 7:25  11:30 9:15  1:15 pm 11:15*  3:30  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am  8:30  10:30  12:25 pm  2:30  4:30 pm  6:30  8:20  10:15*  * Sailings on Fridays, Saturdays. Sundays and Holiday Mondays only. (Monday.  May 19 and Monday. October 13.1986)  [MINI-BUS SCHEDULE I  Lv. Saltery Bay Lv. Earls Cove  5:45 am 3:30 pm 6:40 am 4:30 pm  7:35 5:30 8:20 6:30  9:15 7:30 10:30 8:30  11:30 9:30 12:25 pm 1020  1:30pm*        11:15+ 2:30* 12:15am+  * Scheduled sailing May 16 to 19 and October lOto 13.1986, only.  + Scheduled sailings on Fridays. Saturdays. Sundays and Holiday Mondays only.  (Monday. May 19 and Monday, October 13,1986)  Leaves Sechelt  for Gibsons  The Dock, Cowrie Street  Monday  8:40 a.m.  '10:00 a.m.  1:00 p.m.  3:15 p.m.  Tuesday      Wednesday      Thursday  8:40 a.m.  .0:00 a.m.  1:00 p.m.  2:30 p.m.  8:40 a.m.  "10:00 a.m.  1:00 p.m.  ' 3:15 p.m.  8:40 a.m.  ���10:00 a.m.  1:00 p.m.  2:30 p.m.  Friday  8:40 a.m.  10:00 a.m.  3:15 p.m.  Leaves Gibsons  for Sechelt  Lower Gibsons.  Municipal Parking Lot,  Gower Pt. Rd.  9:15 a.m.  ���10:45 a.m.  * 1:35 p.m.  4:00 p.m.  9:15 a.m.  11:45 a.m.  1:50 p.m.  ' 4:00 p.m.  9:15 a.m.  '10:45 a.m.  ' 1:35 p.m.  4:00 p.m.  9:15 a.m.  11:45 a.m.  ��� 1:35p.m.  ' 4:00 p.m.  9:15 a.m.  10:45 a.m.  4:00 p.m.  "LOWER ROAD" route - via Flume Road. Beach Avenue & Lower Road  ��� EXCAVATING*  JANDE EXCAVATING  Backhoe       Sand & Gravel     Dump Truck  Bulldozing    Land Clearing     Excavating  Drainage  R.R.2, Leek Rd. _,___.__...-__ JOE & EDNA  J-ibsons,_.C.V0N1V0 886-9453 BELLERIVE_  ��� HEATING ���  ICG LIQUID GAS  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B-B-Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101, across St.  from Big Mac's, Sechelt  ..;  If.  EiiMie__i__s  886-7359  Conuers/on   Windovos,   Glass,  Auto  &  Marine Glass, Aluminum Windows  & Screens, ��� ,        Mirrors  ��* d .        . Hwv 1Ql & pratt Rd  J  rC'HAINSAW__T|  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWN MOWER &  CHAINSAW LTD.  HWY. 101 & PRATT RD.   886-2912  TARSUS  ENTERPRISES ....  ��� Machine Work  ��� Screened Topsoil  24 hour message  883-9949  Need this space?'  Call the  COAST:  NEVVS  ;     ;  ���   _>t 886 2622 or .885 393Q -.\. ...'������' 7 16.  Coast News, May 12,1986  a whole new point of view  in British Columbia  .*  _=_.  1 \ ���--. .\.-Hxvy\;  *  -.e--J-,-''  ' ^   __.   �� '  *���*��    ���_��***     % *-       *______  _$����**>#.  ..��� jS*' .',s:-.;���:>���:|"';:'  TO PRINCE GEORGE  ;One of the most outstanding auto routes in th^ ���>  world is now yours to explore, phase I pf the rnagnif-  icent Coquihalla Highway joins the Fraser Canyon  and the Hope-Princeton routes as a third gateway  into British Columbia's vast Interior. From Hope to  Merritt, and connecting to Kamloops, the Coquihalla  opens up some of Canada's most spectacular  scenery, and shaves off an hour's driving along the  way.  This four-lane, 115 km (71 mi) divided freeway  offers more than magnificent scenery. By making the  Interior more easily accessible, the expanded highway system is helping encourage commercial development and B.C.'s tourism industry.  Wildlife and unrivalled scenery abound in the area,  so be sure to bring your camera and plenty of film.  Pack a picnic basket to enjoy at one of the convenient  rest stops along the way. However, there are no gas  stations so be sure to top up in Merritt or Hope.  A colourful history!  First explored by the Hudson's Bay Company, the  Coquihalla Pass was the sole domain of trappers,  hunters and fur traders until the late 1850s, when  prospectors entered the area in search of gold. The  Pass later saw the Kettle Valley railway line put through  and, after it was closed in 1960, two major pipelines,  one oil, one natural gas, were developed along with  local logging operations. Now, with touring and  commercial drivers discovering this fast new route to  the Interior, the future of this area has never looked  brighter.  SHAVING TIME - SAVING MONEY  ��� Phase I - Hope to Merritt is 115 kilometres (71  miles) - four lanes, divided highway with extra  lanes on grades.  ��� Posted speed limit is 100 km/h.  ��� Planning the Coquihalla began in the late  1960's to relieve future traffic congestion on  the Hope-Princeton and the Fraser Canyon.  ��� Construction was accelerated in 1984 to be  completed in time for EXPO 86.  ��� Construction created more than 26,000 direct  and indirect jobs.  ��� The distance between Kamloops and Vancouver is shortened by 80 kilometres ��� saving  one hour in driving time. Millions of dollars will  be saved each year in vehicle operating costs  for commercial and recreational drivers.  , CACHE CREEK  ���^SlSMLdbPS  ASHCRQF1  _ Y 4* _/���  SALMOnV_/  (T  )      \J_OGAN L  *i__7#r \  ARM      Y  ��"^__        1  f*  SPENCES  /  ���r 7 >  ��     n  I BRIDGE    /  ��     /  o. _#  :*V M  VERNOf_^^  ������ LYTTON ^-*-_^  It��  /I  ^MERRITT  Bf  Ci)  *             1  ���  ���   l_'__F '  *���  3'.  '  \    .���������.PEACHLA*#I  1            PHASE 3       ������������____!���������   ��>  -      v.                      ���             1  fyj    KELOWNA  _���  3s*^P�� TOLL  ^t^^  BOSTON |#  BAR    I  :_       BOOTH  o  8  Vprinceton  l\>j  -^Cl-j_____  HOPE  @  MlPENTICTON  ��j  vj_)              i  .   KEREMEOS*.  ^VANCOUVER    ^^^^  _��)  w  Coquihalla Toll Plaza is located 60 km West of  Merritt and 55 km East of Hope.  FARES  VEHICLES  $ 8  Car, Recreational vehicle  Light truck with trailer or  Over6000 kg  campers  2 axles $16  Truck  3 axles $24  Tandem Truck  4-5 axles $32  Tractor & Tandem  ,'  Semi Trailer  6+axles $40  Tandem Tractor & 3 axle  Combination Units  PAYMENT: Canadian/US. cash or toll tickets.  TOLL TICKETS: 1 book (12 tickets) $96.00  Available at the Toll Booth and following Ministry of Transportation  and Highways Offices:  3399 Voght Street, Bag 4500, Merritt VOK 2B0  523 Columbia Street, Kamloops V2C 2T9  9369 Mill Street, Chilliwack V2P 4N3  309-6th Street, New Westminster V3L3A7  940 Blanshard Street, Victoria V8W 3E6  MAIL ORDERS: Certified cheque or money order only, made  payable to Minister.of Finance.  Drive Coquihalla circle tours  With the Coquihalla opening, you can enjoy circle  tours using all three highways ��� the Fraser Canyon, the  Hope-Princeton and the Coquihalla. The Fraser Canyon  highway with its spectacular scenic viewpoints and  world-famous Hell's Gate. Circle through Kamloops via  Cache Creek, for a rest and excellent dining. The  gorgeous Hope-Princeton through wildly beautiful  Manning Park, a stop in bustling Princeton, by theSimil-  kameen River, then up to Merritt with its sprawling cattle  ranches and nearby lakes teaming with rainbow trout.  Plan a circle tour driving the Coquihalla one way. An  incredible experience for your visitors this summer.  Engineering feats as  spectacular as the scenery  Avalanche zones. Rockslide areas. Delicate ecosystems. Raging rivers. Those are just some of the  concerns addressed by the men and women who built  the Coquihalla.  As you travel this route, note the stands of timber  that have been left to maintain scenic beauty and to offer  protection against avalanches. "Avalaunchers" (artillery  guns mounted on tracked snow Vehicles) are used to  release avalanches under controlled conditions, thus  reducing any threat of them occurring along the highway. Special bridge footings are placed well above  stream beds in areas where flooding is common. Exceptional care was taken to ensure the environment and  wildlife of the area were well looked after during and after  construction. For instance, sections of three rivers were  actually relocated. 10,000 fish were retrieved from the  original channels and safely introduced to the rerouted  rivers.  Phase II and Phase III to come!  The Coquihalla Highway between Hope and Merritt  is just the first phase of a road construction project  designed to make travel through the Interior easier and  quicker.  By Fall 1987, Phase II will be complete, extending the  Coquihalla another 75 km (46 mi) to Kamloops. The  drive from Hope to Kamloops will then be 80 km (50 mi)  shorter than before the Coquihalla was built. The  completion of Phase III, will seethe Coquihalla Highway  reach Peachland in the Okanagan Valley.  "In British Columbia,  maintaining and improving  . our transportation system  has always played a key  role in the development of  our economic potential.  Like each of the other  routes into the Interior, the  Coquihalla will help open  the door to growth and  new investment."  Hon. BilS Bennett, Premier  Hon. Alex V. Fraser, Minister Coast News, May 12,1986  17.  __���   ���Wtttt  $. <3Wto*ri_  Iff IVfCHHC_-_tlll  taw* Yow  l"��w_m*.  ___OOTica_t��ate  .-MMNe^p. w.  S��g��g*we��_*  ����_t  ____l  4.  5.  _  S.  ��_  a��_  .*;  f<ii__ft__ta..  ���*--���^..     *  -tt__l_i___ __^___u___  tfattH_eMta_. -  -6��/_%_*��_��*ar  t*. farltatt $  *?_.*M_*1**��i*  $____ ilfail__r_ahi_M_MT___r* *  ���"_ *V_r _^_9_*_r ^f^MRF  **. tea***     >  *,  V  *-i :  . *  ���.CI. take.  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  Lockyer Rd., 1700 sq. ft. 3  bdrm., 5yr. old home on 5 acres,  plus 1000 sq. ft. shop & 300 sq.  ft. c/port, wood/elec. heat, 2 lg.  greenhouses, $90,000.  886-9648. #21  Large view lot, no. 25 on  Blueberry Place cul-de-sac, price  $35,000. Call 885-7583, evenings. #19  Spacious 4 bdrm. house, 3 FP's,  2 baths, full bsmt., exc. cond.,  central loc, large ass. mtg.,  $78,600.886-7668. #21  Gibsons, beautiful 1700 sq. ft.  home on landscaped half acre,  close to school and beach, wrap  around deck, 3 fireplaces plus  wood stove in unfinished bsmt.,  large sunken living rm., family  rm., formal dining rm., built in  vac, dble. gar. Must' be seen.  $119,900,886-2982. #20  .IN PENDER HARBOUR-*--��� ��� :  Centre Hardware & Gifts 883-9914  John Henry's 883-2253  P HALFMOON SAY- ��� :��� ���  B & J StOre 885-9435  m SECHELT��� ��� -  We would like to express our  deepest thanks to all our friends,  neighbours and relatives who  phoned and wrote or otherwise  offered their support and sympathy in the recent passing of our  loving wife and mother Constance. Special thanks to Jean,  Harold, Grace, Stan and Richard  for their very generous assistance  and kindness and the Reverend  John Robinson for a thoughtful  service. Please know that  everyone's concern has been truly appreciated. Fred and Jim  Westell. #19  South Coast  -:      Ford  1979 CHEV  CHEVETtE  4 cyl., 4 speed  1 Owner. Priced Right!  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 685-3281  Found on Hwy 101, Harley Davidson part in package #31983-71A.-  Call 886-2622. #19  Would the brown Honda who  found 2 lawn chairs in the trunk  please phone 886-7700 aft. 6  P-m. #19  Horses   for   sale   or   rent.  Horseshoeing, Western lessons,  tack, manure sales. 886-9470.  #21  THE CUT & BLOW BAR  HAIR SHOP  (Gibsons Medical Centre)  All Premium  PERMS  95  trim incl.  Shampoo,  Cut &  Blow Dry  For an appt. 886-3293  $Q95  _7 incl.  Hereford cow  pair. 886-2311.  with calf,  $600  #19  1/4 horse X mare  886-2877 after 6.  and  filly.  #20  ...  BOOkS & Stuff (Trail Bay Centre) 885-2625  The Coast News (Cowne st) 885-3930  IIN DAVIS BAY  ���  .Peninsula Market 8859721  ���IN ROBERTS CREEK ���������  Seaview Market 885 3400  ���IN GIBSONS       .       ���-���  RadlO ShaCk Sunnycrest Mall, 886-7215  The Coast NeWS (behind Dockside  .    Pharmacy) 886-2622  k?>;:  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  .FOR MONDAY PUBLICATION  Mike & Geraldine Smith are very  happy to announce the birth of  their first child, James Michael  Patrick, born April 22, 1986,  weighing 5 Ib. 12V2 oz. at Grace  Hospital. Proud grandparents are  Gerald and Rose Martin and  Judith Smith. Many thanks to Dr.  Pace and Nurse Ingrid Peterson  for their special care. Special  thanks to the doctors & nurses at  Grace Hospital, especially Doctor  Pendleton #19  Alcholics Anonymous  883-9251, 885-2896, 886-7272,  886-2954. TFN  Dynasty Sailing      :   ���  Lessons - Charters  Ken Collins, 886-8615  Canadian Adoption Reunion  Registry (CARR), for adoptees,  birth parents and siblings. Write  to: Box 7051, Station D, Victoria,  BCV9B4Z2 #19  CANINE OBEDIENCE  And intruder awareness training.  Reg Robinson, 886-2382.    TFN  South Coast  ���*        Ford  1985 FORD  RANGER 4x4  V6, 5 speed  1 owner, 17,000 kms  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5938 885-3281  _>  MC CAUL: passed away May 9,  1986. Thomas Patrick McCaul,  late of Langdale. Survived by his  loving*^;-Wife-.^-Gwen; two-:  daughters. Marlene and her hus-v  band Nye Grew of Gibsons, and  Donna at home; one brother Murray of Calgary; five sisters, Ella  Nayoski and Betty O'Degnal, both  of Nanaimo, Helen Mac Kay and  Doreen Bisson both of Calgary  and Mary Besset of  Edmonton.Funeral service Tuesday, May 13 at 1 p.m. in the.  Chapel of Devlin Funeral Home,  Gibsons. Reverend Ted Boodle officiating. Internment, Seaview  Cemetery. #19  AftTS fc CRAFTS  MIR  Fri. & Sat.  May 16 & 17  Teredo Lane - Off Cowrie,  Sechelt  p. '',' J,  ,yw*V  v.'; ���'  .1      ''        h'  TRANSCENDENTAL  MEDITATION PROGRAM  For information on lectures and  instruction, call 886-3911.   'TFN  Fresh  HALIBUT  Gibsons Winter Club, Gibsons  Fire Dept., Stan Jones, Steve  Dediluke & all who supported our  fund raiser. Sun. Ct. Army  Cadets. #19  The Su!ysw!eiCoasU4e^  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 in the. opinion of  the Publisher Is In questionable taste. In the event  that any advertisement Is rejected the sum paid for the  advertisement will be  refunded.   Minimum ��� 4" per 3 line Insertion.  Each additional line  .**. Use our economical last  week free 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 order*  mutt accompany all classified advertising.  NOON SATURDAY  I  Please mail to:  COAST NEWS Classified. Box 460. Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  ���   Or bring in person to one of our  I   Friendly People Places listed above  I     Minimum '4M per 3 line Insertion.  M.V. "Hungry One"  TAKING ORDERS  NOW  886-7956  Wanted: singer, keyboard player  for active rock band. Call Bill,  885-5984. #19  Tama 8 piece drum kit/extras,  $1500.886-3748. #21  Guitar & music theory lessons.  Jim 886-2673 eves.        :���., #20  1 hr. Piano Lessons $10. Theory  incl. for beginners, composition  for Advd. I. Petersohn. West  Sechelt. 885-2546. #19  South Coast  ���*        Ford  CAMPERS!  Campers! Campers!  -���^Summer's almost here!!!  Make room for your  ,  Expo guests!  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL. 5936 885-3201 >  6 fir logs, 3 lg., 3 small, view on  S. Fletcher, best offer. Call John,  886-8344. #19  Used 36' of 8" insul. chimney  pipe. $10 per ft. &40" of 6" dia.,  $5 per ft. 886-2281, days.    #19  Claydon Rd., Garden Bay, cottage  on I.R. lease land, FP, $20,000.  1-461-9063.owner. #21  Electrolux vacuum cleaner, 3 yrs.  old, $100.885-7048. #19  v-TWMtLNOQSE-i  Quality Burl Clocks  and Tables.  Everything for your  ..�� clock neede  *v   Indian Art ��� Oil  Paintings ��� Books  Pottery "Jewelry  Crafts .Cards  Custom Frames  ���-������- also ������������  Handwoven Garments  By Jacqueline Brown  of Strawberry Studios  Browsers Welcome  "We ahlp anywhere"  #819 Hwy. 101, Gibsons in the  Medical Plaza  .  866*3564  FOR EXPLOSIVE REQUIREMENTS  Dynamite, electric or regular  caps, B line E cord and safety  fuse. Contact Gwen Nimmo,  Cemetery Road, Gibsons, Phone  886-7778. Howe Sound Farmer  Institute. TFN  Olympia elec. office typewriter,.  15" carriage, exc. cond., $125.  885-9879. #19  Men's 3 spd. bike, new condition, $85; antique Singer sewing  mach. 886-8244. #19  South Coast  .       Ford        .  1977 CHRYSLER  CORDOBA  V8 automatic, nice condition  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  ���_    PL 5936 885-3281    . _>  Deluxe swing set plus 11 ft.  slide, Sears Best, as new, cost  $470, sell $250. Ph. 883-2739  aft. 6 p.m. #20  RHODODENDRONS & AZALEAS  Locally grown. Local honey.  Roberts Creek. 886-2Q62.    #20  c  Wanted  Answering machine.  886-2622.  #19  Computer Astrology Calculations  & Readings, Rune Stone &  Psychometry Readings,  Aurographs & Past Life Regressions. The Bookstore, 885-2527.  TFN  If someone in your family has a  drinking problem you can see  what it's doing to them. Can you  see what it's doning to you? Al  Anon can help. Phone 886-9826  or 886-8228. TFN  Wanted for firewood, several  cords of alder logs. 886-7424,  after 6 p.m. #19  Scrap cars 8. trucks wanted. We  pay cash for some. Free removal.  Phone 886-2617. TFN  _  IS.  .  free  __���!_  Free   kittens,   Siamese  Phone 885-3522.  Impress your Expo visitors! Have  your dead car(s) removed FREE  by Garry's Crane Service.  886-7028. TFN  Garage Safes  I  I  1  I  V7  I ��8  i  s  BOB  c               _n   _~           _  X                                   :       _  I  I  I  I  I  ���5  m                            -T  _TJ  I  I  X                _EJ  njzzn nx_. __:               in  I  CLASSIFICATlOWs e.g. For Sale, For Rent, etc.  Mr. & Mrs. Karl Schroers of Gibsons are pleased to announce the  marriage of their daughter Kelora  to Jon Ciingwall. The marriage to  be solemnized at Gibsons Pentecostal Church. School Rd., 11:30  a.m., May 17,1986. #19  Phone us today about our  beautiful selection of personalized  wedding invitations, napkins,  matches, stationery, and more!  Jeannie's Gifts & Gems.  886-2023. TFN  lost  Orthodontic appliance in parking  lot at Mall, Saturday p.m.  886-7574 eves. i.19  Lost: Grey-Black Cockapoo dog,  she answers to Rascal, Reward.  886-8215. #19  3 family garage sale, 90 Kelly  Road, Gibsons, Sat., May 17,10  a.m. -2 p.m:: (no early birds). #19  May 17, Achievement Centre,  Gibsons. Planters, picnic tables,  etc.. baking, garage sale items,  mushroom manure, 10-3 p.m.  Info, call 886-8004. #19  Flea Mart. - North Rd & Kiwanis  Way, 10 a.m., Sun., May 18.  Alano Club. 886-2993. #19  May 17, 10-4,  Killarney Lane  household items  ���  lower Gibsons,  &   Hwy   101.  #19  mm  f>  .  Purse  lost  886-3055.  in  lower  Gibsons.  #19  17  '"'   *."���*����� ' . s      '' ���r    ��       '  Fresh or frozen prawns & shrimp.  886-7819. #20  Bedroom suite, floatation bed,  queen size, $750; chesterfield  suite, Rockston, $350. Ph.  886-7139. #19  Hosiery, 1 size fits all, (90-155  lbs.), $1.50 pr., $17.50doz.. 35  fashion colours. 885-5366.   #21  Mediterranean style 3 drawer  dresser with mirror and matching  night tables. $300. Mon. - Thurs.  evening only, 885-9800.      #19  Mushroom manure, $20/yd. Free  del. on min. orders, topsoil too!  Ph. 886-7914. #20  Matching chesterfield & chair,  $225; swivel rocker, $95;  boomerang anchor puller, $75; 8  ft: canopy top. $275. 885-3143.  ..'������;.: :;;,.���":"''': .:':���:\ _;#19  20 Video tapes, asst; movies, lot  $300 or $20 ea.; giant Vista Vision TV, $500;40ch. Toyota CB  mag., _t., 12V.,>$85.; 100  amp. elec. serv., $95; 7 low  band tone and voice pagers with  chargers, $500; kits for gazebos,  wood store., guest cottage or?,  145 sq. ft., $65; Magnavox laser  disc, video, 40 movies, $750.  886-7311 anytime. , #19  South Coast  -;      Ford        -*,  1983 F250  SUPERCAB 4x4  XLT Lariat  V8, automatic,  1 owner, nice condition  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  OL 5936 885-3281  ~*- i      '     -*���  26" Electrohome colour TV, new  picture tube, solid state, like  new. 885-5963. #19  Thinking of Building??? Why  should I demolish a perfectly  sound structure when you could  save hundreds in building costs  by disassembling, moving and  reconstructing a 3 car garage or 2  horse stable with tackroom...Used Building Materials for Sale.  885-3925. Labour contracts  negotiable. #19  Inglis propane dryer, good cond.,  $200: one Murphy wall bed and  mattress, $75. Ph. 886-7487,  Wed., May 14. #19  Airtight woodstove chalet, $75.  Phone 886-2426 after 5 p.m. #19  38" Hollywood bed, $30; summer dresses, shorts, swimsuits,  purses, books. Gibsons United  Church Thrift Centre, bsmt. at  rear, Fridays, 1-3 p.m.  886-7798. #19  Satellite  Systems  SALES, SERVICE &  SYSTEM UPGRADES  Green Onion  Earth Station  886-7414 884-5240  Super single waterbed with headboard; $215; Security camper for  parts, best offer; camper jacks,  $75,886-7150. #20  T4SS0IL  Mushroom manure, $25/yd.,  $24 for seniors/Cheaper by the  truckload. Steer manure now  available. Call aft. 6 or anytime on  weekends & holidays. 885-5669.  TFN  ���inniunneel  Ol-0",,*"***,I  VIDEO   I  Will Videotape Weddings  Insurance Inventories  . ANYTHING  f  1     885-5505  i  i  - m  :  ���  ._  ...   ._       _     ,    _.       __      ...'*���  SlBNIIIIHIIHNIIIHIIIIIiniHMIIIIII.  Mushroom manure^: 20 yd. Free  del. on min. orders. Topsoil too!  Ph. 886-7914. #19  COAST COMFORT  Teas, herbs, sachets, potpourri,  mulled wine spice, mineral bath  & more. Great gifts from $1.95 to  $3.95. Available at THE  BOOKSTORE, Cowrie St.,  Sechelt, 885-2527 & other local  Stores. TFN  Scrcered top soil, red fir bark-  mulch, mushroom manure.?  584-6240. #21  South Coast  V       Ford       .  1980 F 250 4x4  Great work truck.  Great price!  Wharf Rd,Sechelt  PL 5936 885-3281     ;:__  No matter what your home  business is, it is time to get your  advertisement Into the 5th Ed. of  the well established bi-annual  Sunshine Coast Home Business  Directory Publication date June  15/86. For more Info, call Swell  Publications 885-3925.        #22  South Coast  -���.      Ford  1982 GMC  6.2 k Diesel  High Sierra, sun roof,  AM/FM cassette,  very nice condition  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885*3261  $110,   8  886-2430.  TOPSOIL  yd.   Delivery  Extra.  #19  South Coast  K       Ford        _  /  -SZL  -he Doll's  House  Children's  Consignment Boutique  Quality used clothing  toys, equip. & maternity  also RENTALS  HOURS: Tues.-Sat.   10:30-5  Next to Variety Foods  past Ken's Lucky Dollar 886-8229  2-Chr-Bd, gd. cond., _ pr., new  Imbr.,2x4-8'&16',2x8-10'&  16'; Big Mac mulcher. B&S 7  HP, Vi pr.; mn. & Idy. 5 spd.  bikes, _ pr.; misc. 885-3635.  #21  Elec. organ, mahog. cab. &  bench, $75; 2 air cond., $100  ea.; 2 bed couch, $15; canopy,  fits . ton truck; studio knitting &  acces., as is, $50; mirror,  30x72, free. 886-2311.        #19  CHEAP FIREWOOD  $80 for 2 cords plus. 886-8251.  #21  1976 Chev. window van. good  cond.. power steering & brakes.  886-9050. #21  BABYSITTERS  Get your name on the Babysitter  List, part of the Sunshine Coast  Home Business Directory, to be  published June/86. Good for 6  mos. Only $7. Swell Publications.  885-3925.  #21  '85 MUSTANG  GT COBRA  V8 - 5 speed, T-Tops  low kms  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  PL 5936 885-3281      __  Cotoneaster ground cover. 4"  pots, 25 or more, $1 ea. Hedging  cedars, 3 varieties. Direct from  grower, 1 gallon size, min. order  25, $3 ea. with fertilizer or $4  planted. Free delivery locally.  B&B Farms, Roberts Crk.  885-5033. TFN  Brand new Fender Strat guitar,  $400 OBO; '64 Olds., 330 eng..  PS/PB, $100. 886-8614, Lou.  #19  EXPO***  FOAM  SPECIALS  at W.W. FOAM SHOP  ,46x72x2 $1 Q95<  '48x72x2 IU  W.W. UPHOLSTRY &  BOAT TOPS  637 Wyngaert, Gibsons  886-7310  I YOUR COMPLETE UPHOLSTRY CENTRE J  Multicycle Inglis auto washer,  $295. Guaranteed & delivered.  883-2648. TFN  Awning 10'x9' for trailer,  motorhome, mini-van, etc., like  new, $175.886-7260 eves. #19  Firewood: Alder $80; Red Cedar  $50/cord, we deliver. 886-8193.  TFN  South Coast  _        Fb-d      '���"  1981 ESCORT.  2 Dr.  4 cyl.  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  OL 5936 885*3281  Pre-Owned Cars  1984 Bulck Skylark  2 dr., V6, AT, PS, PB  1984 Pontile Acadian  4dr., auto, radio  ...  1983 Olds Delta  .88 Royal, exc, low miles,  v      loaded   '  .1983 Pont. Phoenix  auto. PS, PB, radio  1981 Olds Cutlass  Calais Coupe  1982 Camaro Berlinetta  V6, auto, PS, PB, buckets,  .:   37'OOOkm     ���  1981 Buick Century  4 dr.. st. wagon, V.8,  A/T, PS,-PB, cassette.  .    38,000 km  1980 Ford Granada  2 dr., 6 cyl., AT, PS, PB  1980 ChevCitation  V6; aulo. PS, PB  1980 Pont. Firebird  auto, T-Tops  1978 Monte Carlo  auto, PS. PB  1978 VW Rabbit  2 dr., 4 spd.  1978 AMC Matador  2 dr.,-auto, PS, PB  1977 Subaru  1977 Maverick 4 dr.  1976 Merc. 4 dr:  1976 Monarch 2 dr.  1976 Malibu 4 dr.  1975 AMC Gremlin  1975 F/Bird  1973 Datsun 240Z  Pre-Owned Trucks  1985 Astro Van  4 cyl., 4 spd.  1982 Chev'A Ton  4 spd., PS, PB  1981 Chev Boogie Van  auto  1981 Chev _ Ton  1980 Chev Vz Ton Diesel  1980 Chev % Van  1978 GMC 3/* Ton  1978 Ford Van  1978 GMC Jimmy 4x4   .  1977 Ford Van  1977 Chev Van  1977 GMC Jimmy 4x4  1977 Ford Crew Cab  1976 GMC Pickup  1975 Dodge Raincharger  1975 Ford Club wagon  1774 AMC Jeep  Recreation Units  1977 Motorhome  1977 Frontier Camper  1977 21* Nomad Trailer  1971 Winnabago M/Home  1969 2V Trailer  These units on display  SUNSHINE  USED CAR  SALES  Corner of Wharf & Dolphin  Sechelt  Phone 885-5131  Toll Free 68.-6924  DL 5792  _  *_  i  * ��������  1975   Supercab  Ford  pickup. $400. 886-3921.  '_  ton  #21  77 MGB convertible, 4 cyl., 4  spd., AM/FM. cassette, exc.  cond.. new exhaust system, exc.  radial tires, great summer car.  asking $3900. 886-9761.     #21  .1972 Dodge PU.  condition.   318  886-7914.   .  good running  aUto,   $699;  #19  1977 Pinto wagon, very gd.  shape, new battery, radiator, recent brake job. $1500 OBO.  Phone 886-2078. #19'  74 Ford PU, flat deck, good condition. $500 OBO. 886*2974. #21  I  _  I,  _!���  II  if  I  I Coast News, May 12,1986  71 & 73 Ford F250 . tons,  parts, $1 & up; '67 Chevy II,  $125080.886-8251. #21  1977 _ T. Chev 4x4, $2800;  radial arm saw, $350. 886-3095.  #21  FUNKY BUT SPUNKY  Aged VW with thrashed body,  has 1600 cc dealer rebuilt engine  w/25,000 mi., good Michelin  radials, recently redone brakes,  Pioneer FM stereo cassette, Concord speakers, etc., offers.  .885-3167 or 885-3244.        #19  1978 Chev. Impala SW, well  kept, $3000 OBO. 885-7728. #21  1976 Austin Mini, $1500 or offers. 886-7311 anytime.       #19  .'54 Chev. dump truck, $1000;  '51 Ford dumping flat deck,  needs work, $500. 885-3835.  #21  77 Dodge van, V8, auto, PS, PB,  raised top, fully camp., good  cond., asking $5950. Ph.  .883-2562 or 886-2402.        #21  ���'17 Dodge 318 PU, 4 spd., 2 new  studded snow tires & wheels, will  trade alum, boat as part payment.  ;885-7738. #21  South Coast  Ford  1980 CHEV  CITATION  V6, Standard Shift.  Nice Car  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  ;��� 74 VW Westphalia, sleeps 4,  -clean, runs well, large tent attaching, $3400.886-2543.   #21  ^1966 Mustang GT, Boss 302,  ;;'Holly carb;, headers, racing cam.  .4 spd., Hurst stick shift, TA tires  ";on Gregor mags, new burg,  .'paint, black int., AudioVox  ;stereo,$6000. Call Jacques,  :886-7067. #20  "'82 Ford Escort, 4 dr., 4 sp., ps  ;& pb, $4200. Between 12 noon to  >5 p.m. 886-2433.885-7450. #20  ;1978 Honda Civic, sunroof,  _assette, radio, good cond.,  ^$3000. 886-3378. #20  _���__...-_.     ,    .. _ . ,    .,,._ j (       ,������,.,.. .  .74 Renault wagon, very good  'cond., new brakes, paint,  -64,000 mi. 886-2623. #19,  .76 VW Rabbit, 2' dr., 4 sp.,  'stereo, radials, well kept, asking  .$2350.886-3751. #19  -.77 Dodge,wagon,.runs.good, 2  'extra rims "and tires," Al trans.  1886-7260.*     . >,.' . #19  hi Chev 3/4 T PU, V8, 4 spd.,  new battery, brakes, runs well,  $900 OBO. 885-9691. #J9  South Coast  ���        Ford        ]  1980T-BIRD  V8 -Automatic  Air Conditioning    ��  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  :1972 Ford SW, 302 auto, PS/PB,  ���22 MPG, A-1 int., tires, stereo,  'good runner, $500; 1973 750  ;Kawasaki, pert, cond., $1000 or  .rade either unit plus $ for newer  car, truck or? 886-3892.     #19  "1974 Datsun 260Z, 6 cyl., OHC,  *4 spd., sun it, wire whls.,  *AM/FM, good shape, $4000. Ph.  "886-8064, eves. #19  77 Maverick, body good, engine  ftieeds work, $500. 886-7593.   #20  32 ft. alum, cabin cruiser, 225  Merc. I/O, 8 ft. dingy, radio,  sounder, many extras, on trailer.  886-9308. #21  : 38'3" Double ender, converted  fish boat, diesel powered, _  gal./hr., 180 mi. cruising range,  fir & cedar on oak ribs, no knots,  radio & other extras, needs appreciation & TLC. Call John,  886-8344. #21  Sport Yak & oars, $125; 2 boat  seats, $20 ea.; 2 child's life  jackets, $6 ea., good cond.  885-2871. .    #19  South Coast  K       Ford       .  OVERLOADED!  We've got a huge inventory.  C'mon down,  Let's Make A Deal...  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  Vdl 5936 885-3261       ^  20'   Daysailer,   n/motor,   trlr.,  I ready to go. 886-3962.        #21  14V.' GlassCraft, new seats, full  vinyl top. trailer, 40 HP Evin.  w/low hours, $1800 OBO.  885-2394. #21  151/_* Sangster Run-About, no  engine, best offer. Call John,  886-8344. #21  Classic 25' 1961 Chris, very  good cond., many extras, needs  engine, $5000.885-9435.    #20  1 aluminum gill net drum,  hydraulic driven; 1 set of pro-  pellor guards; 1 set V rollers.  885-3505 or Box 885, Sechelt,  BC. #19  13V2' ply-fib. boat, exc. cond.,  many new parts, good solid boat.  883-2679. #20  June 1, Gibsons, 4 rm., 1 bdrm.,  lg. living rm., smart kitchen, ap-  pls., 1-2 adults, no pets.  885-2198. #21  Mature couple wanted for  caretaking apts. in Gibsons,  $500/m., inc. free suite. Call collect 403-432-0979. #21  ;  THE MANSE TOWNHOUSE1  IS TAKING RENTAL  ; APPLICATIONS  D modern two bedroom  townhouse  D one and a half baths  D fully carpeted  D five appliances including  dishwasher, washer  and dryer  D private sundeck  D enclosed garage  D family oriented  D close to Sunnycrest Mall,  schools, tennis court &  jogging field  D good references required  :��� $425 per month  Call Peter, 886-9997  evenings  Waterfront cabin,  furnished, wood heat,  adults, ref. req.,  886-7247.  2 bdrm. cabin, Rbts. Crk., wood!  heat, $150/m. 885-3491, before'  3 or after 7. #20'  Experienced dining room waitress  part-time wanted with some  bartending experience. Call  Creekhouse. 885-9321.       #20  ���Soutli Coast  ���      Ford      *  1982 FORD  ESCORT WAGON  4 cyl., 4 spd., one owner  Priced to SAVE $$$  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 865-3281  Our Business Is  ��-�� \ "BOOMING"  ��� FREE dead car removal  ��� Truss delivery  ��� Home of the TURF FAIRY  Think of ma when you need a lift  Garrvs Crane  fc.     Service 886-7028 j  Fritz Family "Restaurant, ac-  comodations available.  883-9412. #19  Part-time waitresses with bar experience. Pleas8 come In person  to Jade Palace Rest: from Tuesday to Saturday. #20  3  .._ "     "���<**���* .*"  ' D^9_-_. H<M__t$  -....   o* . *  mmmmmumnmiimim  12x60 Embassy, 4 appl., wood  stove, open to offers. 886-3962.  #21'  LOW LOW INTEREST :  1979 14x70, 2 bdrm.. 3 appl.,:  china cab., acorn f/p. 886-8619.'  #20 J  Mobile  home space available.  Sunshine  Coast  Mobile  Home j 4.  Park. 886*9826. TFN.  Rent or rent to own, 2 bdrm.  mobile home, 4 appl., wood  stove, no large dogs. 886-2460,  ask for Oscar. #20  Lower Gibsons, 3 bdrm. HS, 2  bath, rec. room, c/port, F/S,  ref., avail. Jun. 1, $450/m.  1-694-3519.. .    #21  Commercial  Prime retail space - Gibsons area.  2500 sq.ft., will divide to suit tenant. 886-8628. #20  ... v.  __. .U.V#:  W  Yamaha 50cc scooter, auto,  trans., like new, exc. for camping & local trans., $350.  886-7153. #19:  South Coast  .        Ford        .  1980 FORD SUPER  CABF250  V8 auto, camper special, very  clean  SAVE$$$  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 865-3261 A  r^ELECTRICAL WORK-n  Guaranteed  Master Electrician 886-7298  NO JOB TOO SMALL.  SAME MY SERVICE \  (Additions,   Repairs.   Rewiring,  Lighting. Household Appliancesind  'Maintenance.   SENIORS DISCOUNT  MM*  Hardwood floors resanded and  finished. Work guaranteed. Free  est. Phone 885-5072. TFN  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Topping-Limbing-Danger tree  removal. Insured, guaranteed  work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  .,  Reliable reas. carpenter, all work  guar., refs. avail. Kevin,  886-9070. #21  Young girl looking for part-time or  summer work. Experienced in  babysitting, cash & 649, refs.  available, Superhost cert. Call  Lorena. 886-9581. #21  CLEAN WINDOWS NOW  Outside & gutters, seniors $5 discount from $25. Ph. Lou betwn.  5-7,886-8614. #19  1 TREE TOPPING  Tree removal, limbing & falling,  hydro cert., insured & lowest  rates. Jeff Collins, 886-8225. #21  Good worker - lawns, gardening,  light maintenance, painting,  reasonable. Rick, 886-7531. #21  Hungry caterpillars lunching on  your fruit trees? Get them now!  Dave, 886-3339. #19  South Coast  Ford        .  1979 FORD F250  6 cyl., staffarmfe  M#-W|g0-*tffs  .Mmrf fid., Sechelt  DL 5936 885*3281  Carpentry, renovations & additions, reasonable & reliable. Dale  '886-7683. #19  Landscaping, garden maint.,  trees pruned & sprayed. Get  ready now. 886-9294. TFN  LAWN MOWING & TRIMMING  Have my own equipment.  886-7968. #20 1  Will do your garden, clean yard,  |chop  wood,  other  odd jobs,  $5/hr. 886-3149. #20  BABYSITTING  AVAILABLE  Responsible 15 year old girl  will give quality care to your  infants, tots or elementary  school kids - available after  school, eves., or .weekends  Have 4 yrs. exp  - S2/hr.  If you  need  quality  care call  DANA at  886-2558  Typing?,- - Let our fingers do  your talking.-Arbutus Office Services. 885-5212. #20  Full-time, work wanted for late  [" model 5 ton high side dump truck  ilw/24  cu.   yd.   cap.   Collect,  Ii 294-2204. #20  Commercial  Mfg/repair shop area for' rent,      Gibsons  area.  Also   secured automotive  covered & outdoor" storage space     ���  avail. 886-8628. #20  '78   Kawi.  886-3748.  750,  $1000.  #21:  C  Motoffiwmes  8' Security camper/stove, fridge,  furnace, $1500. Phone  886-8244. #19  Bonair hard top camping trailer,  sleeps 6, clean, good shape,  $2300.886-9525. #21  28' Prowler trlr., very good  cond., rear bdrm., awning, lg.  fridge & stove. 886-9648.     #21  '84 21 ft. Citation motor home,  4000 km, $25,000, Sechelt.  885-7048. #19  South Coast  Ford  1984 MAZDA  B2200 PICKUP  diesel motor & canopy,  5 speed, 37,000 kms  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885*3281  I Lionel 120 H.T. tent trailer, good  cond., fully equipped, sleeps 8,  _ $2000.886-3839 eves.        #19  10' camper with propane fridge,  stove, oven, heater, toilet, jacks,  sleeps 4, fits 3/4 ton, $1500  OBO, good deal, must sell.  886-3896. #20  South Coast  ������"       Ford .  WANTED!!!  Good used cars  & trucks.  Trade or we pay cash!!  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  Hondas: 81 400E, $850 OBO; 78  185 Twinstar, $650 OBO, exc.  cond. 886-2375.      #20  South Coast  ���-      Ford        -.  Our used car lot is  Full!!  Many  FRESH TRADES  Wharf Rd.t Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  Summer rental - furn. 1 bdrm.  w/f cottage, Mission Rd., June 1  - Aug. 30, quiet tidy person or  couple, $300/mo. 885-3618.#20  Bright, 3 bdrm. apt., Gibsons,  convenient area, 3 appl., $350.  886*8628. #20  Fishing at the front door, new  Seaview Apt. units avail. June 1,  water  access,   Seven   Isles, \\ion,  Madeira Park. 885-3910 eves.  #20  Req. on long term, mod. 2 bdrm.  house for July 1, Sech. or Gibs,  area, with appls., carpets, etc.,  by semi-retired cpl., careful  tenants, refs., rent neg.  885-4692. #21  Quiet prof, man seeks small apt.  or dwelling immed., Gibsons or >  area. Ph. David, 886-3975 eves,  or 886-8184. #19  Resp. gent, plans retiring to  Hopkins-Gibsons area. Seeks  small dwelling, preferably furnished, can do repairs or improvements. Please reply to Box  18, Granthams Ldg., VON 1X0.  #20  Responsible, prof, working man  wishes to rent small dwelling,  Roberts Creek, July, August.  885-9969. TFN  �����_���-  ���4*>  For Rent  )  - Wanted to Buy -  Standing timber. 886-3937.  #20  Reliable carpenter, electrician &  plumber, 35 yrs. exp. 886-9316  or 886-2922. #19  Heavy duty tractor with rototilier  for hire, $30/hr., includes  operator. 886-9959. TFN  MAGICAL  TOUCH  Jut of sight, Out of mind -  . septic tank can be hard to findj  ���(We'll help you find it!)  |PUMP IT NOW for peace of mind\  Bonniebrook Industries Ltd.  SEPTIC TANK PUMPiNS  886-7064  3.-0V  that's it.the  CLASSIFIEDS  ARTISTS & CRAFTSPEOPLE  A new gallery in Halfmoon Bay  seeking original well crafted work  in all mediums. Weaving, glass,  pottery, fabric art, jewelry,  toys... Please call 885-2581  eves. #19  South Coast  Ford  1985 BRONCO II  V6. automatic,  1 owner, 12,000 kms  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 865-3281  Notice to Creditors  and Others  NOTICE is hereby given that  Creditors and others having  claims against the Estate of-  MARY  EWEN  BLACKSTOCK,  deceased,   who   died   on  November   21,   1985,   are  hereby required to send them  to the undersigned Executor at  RR 4, Gibsons, British Columbia, VON 1V0, before the 28th  day of May, 1986, after which  date   the   Executor   will  distribute  the  said   Estate  among   the   parties  entitled,  thereto, having regard to the  claims of which it has notice:  JAMES WAYNE ROWE  EXECUTOR  BY: J. WAYNE ROWE  Barrister & Solicitor  RR 4, Gibsons, BC  VON 1V0  31.  legal  Notice to Creditors  and Others  NOTICE is hereby given that  Creditors and others having  claims against the Estate of  MARTHA ORRE, deceased,  who died on March 5th, 1986,  are hereby required to send  them to the undersigned Executor at RR 4, Gibsons,  British Columbia, VON 1V0,  before the 16th day of June,  1986, after which date the Executor will distribute the said  Estate among the parties entitled thereto, having regard to  the claims of which it has  notice:  TORLIEF ORRE  EXECUTOR  BY: J. WAYNE ROWE  Barrister & Solicitor  RR 4, Gibsons, BC  VON 1V0  Notice to Creditors  and Others  NOTICE is hereby given that  Creditors and others having  claims against the Estate of  Elizabeth   Eugenia   Benson,  deceased,   who   died   on  February 28,1986, are hereby  required to send them to the  undersigned Executor at RR 4,  Gibsons,   British   Columbia,  VON 1V0, before the 20th day  of June, 1986, after which  date   the   Executor   will  distribute  the  said   Estate  among  the  parties  entitled  thereto, having regard to the  claims of which it has notice:  RUSSEL THOMAS NASH  EXECUTOR  BY: J. WAYNE ROWE  Barrister 4 Solicitor  RR 4, Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  ��BCHydro  PESTICIDE  USE  PERMIT  B.C.   Hydro,   2590   Barnet  Hwy., Pt. Moody, Telephone  461-3511, has received a permit for the use of ROUNDUP  (Glyphosate) for control of tall  growing deciduous trees on  Circuit 2L47, Structure 29-8 to  36-5 and Parallel Portions of.  1L31, in the Port Mellon area  less that 48 hectares.  Pesticide use will be carried;  out between MAY 1,1986 and .  NOVEMBER 30, 1988.  A copy of the permit  No. I  105-339-86:88 and map may f  be viewed at B.C. Hydro's of-l*  fice in Port Moody during nor-1  mal working hours. [  WE'RE IN  SECHELT  COAST NEWS  has an office in  The Bookstore  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-3930  Drop ih ��� or Hive us a call!  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear to th* more than 70 Newspapers  of the B.C. and Yukon Community Newspapers Association and reach 000,000 homes and a potential two million readers.  $119. fdi%25 words   ($3. per each additional word) /Call the COAST NEWS at 885-3930 to place one.  'Where can you lease a ti*uck  for only $119.97 perifnonth?  Call R.C. Bell cdllect. at  525-3481 or toll-free at 1-  800-242-7757. PL.5674.  'Lease 4x4 $244 per month!  Factory order to your specs!  Lease/buy. car/truck-GM-  Ford-Chrysler .mports. Call  Bob Robinson Toll-free 1-  800-242-4416. DL 7836.  approval!  BUSINESS..-..-  OPPORTUNITIES  EDUCATIONAL  HELP WANTED  >One .hour credit  Possible with our exclusive  Dial-A-Car and instamatic  credit program. Lease/purchase with or without op-  your choice. Harold  Pleus at Royal GM. 922-  4111. West Vancouver. D.L.  5534.  Community   Hall   for   rent   in  Roberts Creek.  Phone Debbie,.  886-3994,7-10 p.m. TFN  TEREDO SQUARE  Office space to lease, excellent  location, elevator service, 3rd  floor, view, carpeted, some space  can be subdivided and/or combined.  No. 1 - 390 sq. ft.  No. 2 -1940 sq. ft.  No. 3 - 1015 sq. ft.  For information call 885-4466.  TFN  Office space for rent, 2nd floor  above Gibsons Building Supplies.  886-8141. TFN  WATERFRONT - Pdr. Hbr. sum-  mer or year round, 3 bdrm. older  house, fab. view, W/D/F/S/  D/W, wood heat.  WATERFRONT 1 bdrm. cabin,  W/D/F/S. 883-9446 after 8 a.m..  #19  Recreational vehicles and  marine parts and acces-  4 sories. Prowler Trailers and  5th wheels. Scamper Motor-  homes. Call Eldorado R.V.  581-4634, Toll Free 1-800-  242-4410. One of this  months specials, Tuffbox  Truck Tool Boxes, $169.95.  Office space avail, imm. in  renovated office bldg. on Gower  Pt. Rd.. adjacent Harbour Cafe,  rents from $150 - $250/m.  886-2281. 886-9213, days. #21  1.2. 3, bdrm. apts.  cable  vision   inc.,  rents; 886-9050.  , heat and  reasonable  TFN  Shared acommodation available,  modern house, upper Gibsons,  five appliances, NS, $250.  886-3025,885-3685.. #19  Starter opportunity. Rent or rent  to own, house nr. Headwater  Marina, Pender Harbour.  885-2458. #19  South Coast  Ford  '85 BRONCO  4X4 XLT  V8 - Automatic  Captains Chairs  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885*3281  >t*P.      '-'''; *   , y  - Help Waistcsl  __*M___i__--H_t______a____iH_________-__Mi  ABC CASINO  Supply Co. will train black jack  dealers. For interview Ph.  886-3351 or 886-8201. #21  Looking for 2 strong b6ys who  are dependable and not afraid of  work for misc. part-time yd. work  in Roberts Creek, $5/hr. Only  serious need apply. 885-5505  aft. 7 p.m. #19  Certified dental assistant reqd.,  full-time in Gibsons, start June 1.  Apply Dr. Janet Webb, 886-9110  between 9 a.m.-4 p.m.       #20  Housekeeper required, one day  per week, Fridays pref.. please  include references. Apply in  writing to Box 224, c/o Coast  News. Box 460, Gibsons, VON  1V0. #19  Ford Diesel and Gas Trucks.  Nothing down OAC with my  easy to own plan. Call Curly  464-0271 or toll-free 1-800-  242-FORD. DL5231.  Large selection used trucks.  Nothing down OAC with my  easy to own plan. Call Curly  464-0271 or toll-free 1-800-  242-FORD. DL5231.  Mitsubishi Diesel - cut that  fuel bill in half and travel  twice as far. Will repower  pickups, toll trucks, campers & motorhomes. Recondition or used engines from  $1795. with overdrive transmission. Simpson Power  Product, 110 Woolridge St.,  Coquitlam, B.C. V3K 5V4.  1-520-3611. ������,   ������������  86 Skoda. 120 GLS deluxe  five passenger sedan. Shipments arriving now, $6,898.  freight and dealer preparation included. Jays British  and European Motors Limited, 1257 Seymour Street,  Vancouver, V6B 3N6. 681-  6374.   Diesel F25O-F350 Crew Cab.  Lease-purchase, huge stock.  Skaha Ford, Penticton.  Phone Eric Wahlen toll free  1-800-642-8240. D.L.7808.  Credit no problem. New  .trucks from $199. per month. Now cars from $179. per  month. Call collect 291-7761  for free credit check.   BUSINESS ~  OPPORTUNITIES  For rent 24. hour restaurant  with or without motel. Good  business with excellent location. Phone (403)356-2500.  Fastest growth business  currently on the market:  opportunity exists dealing  with the Hotel/Motel industry on an exclusive franchisee] basis. Immediate cash  flow; return of investment  in the first year. Contact  Doug or Norm at 681-6106  or write: Inn House Systems  1370-200 Granville Street,  Vancouver, B.C. V6C 1S4.  Easy money! Earn extra  money, as a part-time Regal  Representative. For your  Free Gift Catalogue write  Regal, 939 Eglinton Ave.  East,   Dept.   776,   Toronto,  M4G 2L6. _____  Centurion Fitness in Salmon  Arm. Original start up costs  nearly $70,000. Now asking  $50,000. O.B.O. For info,  and details. Call 832-1001 or  832-6881.  DryFry��'is High Profit.  French fries, more, without  deepfrylng. CSA/UL approved low install venting,  insurance costs. Portable  R.I.S. Food Systems Inc.  1-800-667-7464. Brochures.  Unimark vehicle protection:  Your own complete no overhead business for only $5,-  500. Financing available.  Full training program. For  details, Unimark, Box 96,  Canoe, B.C. VOE 1KO. 832-  7866.    Concession Van, 1972 Ford  Econoline containing hamburger grill, deepfryer,  fridge, freezer. Earn substantial income by catering  to local sports events, auctions, etc. $10,500. Prince  George 963-7189.  Wanted to buy, unique or  interesting craft products  hand-made in B.C.'s rural  communities. Send info and  pictures to 706 East 11th  St., North Vancouver,  V7L  2H8.   For sale. Sporting goods  store Campbell - River B.C.  Salmon capital of the World,  investment under $100,000.  includes stock. 1751 Island  Highway. Phone 287-3262.  How to Get Rich in mail  order. Your ticket to financial freedom. For details,  send $1.00 to J.R. Marketing, P.O. Box 23137, Van-  couver, B.C. V7B 1V6.  Summit Lodge, mile 392,  Alaska Highway. Cafe, Motel, Souvenirs, two-bay garage with hoist, Esso dealership, grossing $500,000.00.  Asking $295,000. Phone  (604)232-553."  Salesperson. Promote and  distribute Tri-Pack Products, Canadian manufactured for automotive, agricultural and industrial e-  quipment. Prefer mechanically inclined. Liberal commission. Phone (403)352-  2820 or write Satee Marketing of Canada Inc., Box  6026, Wetaskiwin, Alberta  T9A 2E8.   Dealers wanted for Pinehill  Woodstoves & inserts for  homes & mobiles. Be the  authorized dealer in your  town. 420-8855 or Stoves,  P.O. Box 69304, Station K,  Vancouver, V5K 4W5.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  Want an inexpensive way to  start your own business?  Join with the fastest growing nutrition company in the  world! Call now. 421-5600.  Positivity Distributors Inc.  EDUCATIONAL   Free: 1986 guide to study-at-  home correspondence Diploma courses for prestigious  careers: Accounting, Aircon-  ditioning, Bookkeeping,  Business, Cosmetology,  Electronics, Legal / Medical  Secretary; Psychology, Travel. Granton, (1A) 1055  West Georgia Street #2002,  Vancouver. 1 -800-268-1121.  Fraser Valley College offers  a two year diploma program  in Agriculture Production  Technology. Courses in production, agri-management  and marketing, prepare students for employment in  farming and agriculture services. Courses begin September 1986. Register now.  For further information  phone (Chilliwack) 792-0025  local 288.    Food For Thinking Chria-  tiaris! Send for the following  Free Booklets: . The Lord  Our God Is One! ... What Is  This World Coming To? -  How to Study Your Bible  and Have It Make Sense -  Science and Creation ���  Where are the Dead? - Our  Lord's Return . - What Say  The Scriptures About Hell?  The Divine Plan of the Ages! Address requests to:  God's Plan, Box 66025 Sta-  tion F��� Van. B.C. V5N 4B0.  FOR SALE. MISC.  Automatic California car  wash equipment with hot  and cold wax and recycling  water system. Must be moved off property. First $7,000  or best offer. 1-498-3303.  "Sing Along With Dolly".  For words to 365 Golden  Oldies, including Baby  Face, Bill Bailey, Harvest  Moon send $10. Dolly Patterson, Box 161, Grande  Cache,   Alberta.   TOE   OYO.  1-403-827-2485.   West Coast Skateboards.  Mail order specialists. Wide  selection. Beginner to Pro.  Send $1.00 for sticker &.  catalog. Call toll free 1-800-  663-2842. Visa, M/C 3012  W. 41 Ave., Vancouver,  V6N 3C9.   Montreal Military Surplus:  Workshirts $2.75, workpants  $3.50, workboots $15. Handcuffs, bags, knives, parkas,  combat pants, etc. $2 for  catalogue (reimbursement  on first order). Military Surplus, Box 243, St. Timothee,  Quebec. JOS 1X0.     Lighting Fixtures: Western  Canada s largest display.  Wholesale and retail. Free  Catalogues available. Nor-  burn Lighting Centre, 4600  East Hastings Street, Burnaby. B.C. V5C 2K5. Phone  1-299-0666.   GARDENING   10' x 10' Greenhouse $149.  1000W Metal Halide $175.  Plus 10,000 gardening products. Great prices. Send  $2. for info-pack. Western  Water Farms, 1244 Seymour  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B  3N9 (604)682-6636.   HELP WANTED   Work overseas. Fantastic  opportunity, to work on a  farm in Australia, New Zealand, or Europe. Do you  have two years agricultural  experience? Are you single?  Application deadline dates  are drawing closer. Call or  write, International Agricultural Exchange Association,  1211-11th Ave SW, Calgary  Alberta T3C OM5. Phone  (403)-244-1814.   Positions: Labourers, Log  Fitters. Will train. Generous  pay. Apply in writing: information, work history, references. Box 339, Whistler,  B.C. VON 1B0. Ultimate Log  Homes Ltd.   Club pro required: Nechako  Figure Skating Club, Vanderhoof, B.C. Qualifications  required: Level I, Senior  Silver Freeskate, Gold Dance, 5th Figure. Apply to Box  945,  Vanderhoof,  B.C. VOJ  3A0.   Twice weekly newspaper requires aggressive salesperson with layout experience.  Excellent incentive program. Good benefits. Resume to Powell River News,  7030 Alberni, Powell River,  B.C. V8A 2C3.  ��  SERVICES  Train; to be an apartment  manager and fulfil the  needs of a growing industry. 80% of graduates now  working. Course available  by correspondence or in-  class. For further details  write to: R.M.T.I., 901-700  West Pender, Vancouver,  B.C. V6C 1G8 or call 681-  5456. Ministry of Labour  approved.  Daycare Supervisor, Early  Childhood Education Diploma required for June 1,  1986. Send resume to Box  373, Ashcroft or telephone  (604)453-9345 for more information.  Suffering an ICBC' Personal!:}  injury Claim? Carey Linde.r  Lawyer, 14 years, 1650 Dur-f  anleau, Vancouver, B.C..  V6K 3S4. Phone 0-684-7798;  for Free How To informa-i  A.  PERSONAL  If you are a Christian and  you don't know the Heavenly Father's Great Name, you  are  fooling   yourself.   Seek  and  you  shall   Find!   Free  Literature, Box 767A, Arms-  Literature, Box 767A, Arm-  strong, B.C. VOE 1B0.  Serious about losing weight?  Do it the safe, natural way.  Tried all the others? Then  call   us  now!   Money   back  guarantee!! Positivity Distri-  butors inc. 421-5600.  Free catalogue of adult novelties, lotions, marital aids,  condoms and more! Prompt,  discreet service. Phone anytime to: 1-493-7767, or write  to Top Quality Supplies Ltd.  P.O.   Box   940,   Penticton,  B.C. V2A 7G1.  We've been sold headlong  into  slavery!   Send  a  self-  addressed and stamped envelope to: John Hamm, 102-  3800-27   Avenue,    Vernon,  B.C. V1T 1S6.   White male, 50 years young  nice looking, honest, sincere, retired financially  secure, seeking attractive,  sincere lady companion, 35/  45, to share small but nice  country home, must enjoy  animals, outdoors. Matrimony possible for right lady, only sincere need reply,  no dopers or alcoholics.  Send recent photo and personal background to: J.R.  P.O. Box 592, Sutherlin,  Oregon USA 97479.  Singles-Line. An easy, fun  and affordable way for Singles to meet by telephone.  Ladies register free. Serving  all ages and areas. Call  1-681-6652. -  Prestige Acquaintance Service is an introduction bureau for unattached adults  seeking lasting relationships. Successful, reliable,  selective. Call toll free 1-800  -263-6673. Hours: 9 a.m. to  7 p.m.   PETS ���  Boxer pups fawn. CKC registered, born March 11/86,  for working and show. Excellent temperment, to approved homes only. All  shots, wormed, claws re-  moved 579-5151, Kamloops.  REAL ESTATE   Savary Island. Buying or  selling. Free evaluation. Secluded. Sandy swimming  beaches. Prices as low as  $3,500. Only Resident Realtor. W.T. Palfrey Properties  Ltd. VON 2Z0. 483-4627,  483-4312. 598-4210.  Shuswap. Own your own  mobile home lot in Salmon  Arm for $6,900. Completely  serviced, . close to beach,  quiet area. Financing available. Call Bernard 675-2855,  675-2717.  tion:  ICBC Claims and  wards.    "If   you    have   a  phone you've got a lawyer."  Fraser River placer consultants. For a precise confidential evaluation of your  plant recovery system and  claim, Contact Chris Kind,  P.O. Box 531, Clinton,  B.C. 459-2271.  Major personal injury  claims. Joel A. Wener, Law-'  yer experienced in litigation'  since 1968. Call collect 0-  736-8261. Free initial con-?  sulfation. Contingency fees'  available. 1632 West 7th,?  Vancouver. *  TRAVEL \  When in Vancouver, Burna-'.  by, Richmond "The Most  Beautiful Breakfast in The  World" is a must!!! Huge.  Dutch Pancakes. Only at"  Dutch Pannekoek Houses.  Seven locations.  Expo Budget Bed and  Breakfast. Two blocks from  Expo. $20. night each three  or four sharing. Double  occupancy $45. Avalon  Hotel, 165 West Pender,  Vancouver, B.C. V6B 1S4.  681-8880.   One bedroom self-contained  suite, sleeps four. Private  home, view of city and Expo  fireworks. $475-week or $80-  nite. Children welcome.  985-0604.   Expo!!! Bread and Breakfast. Convenient accommodations in comfortable  homes, with friendly hosts -  featuring fair value for your  dollar. All homes inspected  Book   early.    Phone    (604)  574-3113.   Vacation Kelowna the Hlgh-  light of the Okanagan. Ask  for your chance to win up to  $2,500.   holiday  cash.   Call  toll free 1-800-663-4345 and  Vacation Kelownal  Explore the sunny Shuswap')'  with  Explorer  Houseboat  Rentals.  Book now for the.  ultimate   houseboat   exoer-'t  ience.    Daily/weekly    rates*  available.   For   information^  call   (604)955-2235   or   675-\  4355.   Australia/New Zealand tra  vel plans? Now you can call;  free to ANZA Travel the  Down Under experts. Lowest fares, best planned trip.  Toll-free in B.C. 1-800-972-  6928 or 734-7725.  WANTED ;  Wanted. Witness or any/  information to a boating accident on Cultus Lake -  Sunday June 30th, 1985 -  3:20 pm in which three  teenagers died. Contact file  A269, P.O. Box 910, Duncan, B^C. V9L 3Y2.  ���i.  blanket;  ���___���  one call does it all  25 words  $119 Coast News, May 12,1986  At Prices Like These-There's NO EXCUSE To Wait Any Longer!  Problems?  Com rep!  Our PITSBURGH PAINT REPRESENTATIVE  will be on Hand to answer your  questions at our  SECHELT LOCATIONhhm  16,11 a.m. - 4 p.m.  1-110 Exterior House & Trim  Gloss oil  and at our  G8BSONS L OCATIONi  Saturday, May 17,10 a.m. - 4 p.m.  J  78-45 Exterior House & Trim  SEMI-GLOSS  LATEX  4 litre  Reg. $30.99  20-6 Interior Low-Lustre  OIL  22-822 Interior Enamel  EGGSHELL  LATEX  4 litre  Reg. $23.95  Homecare Premium  STAIN  5  Solid Colours  Oil Base  4 litre  ���  ; Reg. $23.95  Homecare  LATEX STAIN  $  Java Brown  4 litre  Reg. $16.99  50  'One Time"  Paint Tray Kits  each  Paint Thinner  ifr-WM ������'   _V V  4 litre  4  Dropsheets  10x25  Black Poly  Reg. $8.99  Good Quality  Paint Brushes  ��� 1" ��� 1V_" ��� 2"  ���.21/2">'3"  STARTING AT  ft��  each  Gibsons 886-8141  Sechelt 885-7121  OPEN Mon-Sat 8 am - 5 pm  Sunday (Gibsons only) 10 am - 4 pm  Vancouver (Toll Free) 688-6814  TWO LOCATIONS   sunshine coast highway gibsons   wharf and dolphin sechelt  I-  _!        ?!  _. -  HT.  t_��-  :;_������  __  $'  . ���  I*'. 20.  _..  Coast News. May 12.1986  <.��_^?_^i._&_i._*_si!^^  /  At Sechelt Counci  The usual prize of $5 will be awarded the first entry drawn which  'comedy, locates-the'above. Send your entries to reach the Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons, this week. Last week's winner was Brad  Cotter, Box 85/ Madeira Park who correctly located the windmill  on Highway 101 at Halfmoon Bay.  _-_$fatality inquest  makes recommendations  A Coroner's juiy last week  made four recommendations  foliowing a day-long inquest into the death last November 12  of Gregory Todd Sylte, aged 19.  Sylte was the driver of a motorcycle which collided with a steel  barrier cable on Jackson Brothers Logging road.  Coroner Dan Devlin told the  Coast News that the jury's  recommendations addressed a  specific problem where improvements could be made.  The Ministry of Forests  (MOF) and of Lands, Parks  and Housing are urged to study  the problem of public access to  logging roads and the safety of  those roads by the jury's first  recommendation.  The second recommendation  asks that ;the MOF require all  companies under its jurisdiction  to mark cables, gates and similar road barriers ahead and  behind, with warning signs to be  displayed at the side of the  roads and on the barriers in a  permanent and conspicuous  "fashion.  The  third  recommendation  asks that MOF clarify its definition of "gates", a word which is  used frequently in the Forest  Act but which is not defined  within it.  The final recommendation is  to the Motor Vehicles Branch  asking that all off-road motor  bikes be licenced and that a  safety booklet be published, including illustrations, to be  issued with motor bike plates.  Coroner Devlin made two of  his own recommendations to  add to those of the jury. His  first asks the MOF to examine  the history and use of cable  gates in the forest industry to  determine if such devices may  be too dangerous for continued  use.  Devlin's second recommendation; asks that the MOF consult with the Workmen's Compensation Board to determine if  policing of gate structures is  feasible for either body.  The verdict and recommendations are now to be sent to the  Chief Coroner who will disseminate the in formation; to the  appropriate government departments.  30%OFF  VERTICAL  BLINDS  SALE ENDS MAY 17th  Lpuver  Drape  _u_w_  wssroN  ���V5-  DeVries Floor & Window Coverings  709 Hwy 101, Gibsons  886-7112  PENDER HARBOUh CUSTOMERS  CALL M5-3970 EVES.  Mil-.  _  save  -hi-one  e and  Paint Protection  Rust  Protection  Fabric  Protection  Paint Protection  FROM Reg.  $189,  Sound Deadener  NOW  Aqua West appeared before  Sechelt Council May 7 in the  person of Art McGinnis, who  was there to ask for a temporary  buildng permit and permission  to use the village-owned lot at  the foot of Wharf Road as a  place for the construction of  floats.  Council gave out both after  hearing McGinnis describe the  Trail Bay fair and after seeing  his paper and balsawood  models for the Inlet and. Teredo  Street land displays. However  council followed the advice of  Gibsons Planner Rob Buchan  and, after granting McGinnis  permission, asked for security in  writing to promise a satisfactory  restoration of the area of the  fair.  "Yes," said Mayor Joyce  Kolibas, "I would still like a letter in place, saying you will have  gotten liability insurance and  guaranteeing removal by October 15."  McGinnis had assured council that Aqua West would obtain insurance on time and said  the, only things left behind will  be surface grading and a cement  anchoring  block . between the  64 jobs on Coast  rocks in front of the Parthenon  Restaurant. He said the block  could be left there and used  later as a bench or a flower box  but during the fair it will anchor  a driveable steel ramp and  floats.  When village clerk Malcolm  Shanks suggested that a $1000  performance bond be demanded, McGinnis said, "Suppose I  give you my car."  "A bond is overkill," said  Alderman Bill Forman and  council and McGinnis agreed  that a letter would do.  McGinnis said his group was  scrambling, hoping to be  "substantially in place" by the  end of May. There will be no  '86 on their Aqua West banners, he said, because their  scaled-down buildings "can be  reused over and oyer again. We  think the fair will be successful  year after year," he asserted.  Alderman Anne Langdon,  who is on the staff of Aqua  West, excluded herself from  council chambers for the entire  presentation and vote.  Meanwhile Gibsons Council  appears to be getting tired of  waiting for Aqua West to come  back to it with finished plans.  "How long can we go on like  this, not knowing what's going  to happen?" Alderman Norm  Peterson asked at Tuesday's  meeting.  Council is sending a letter requesting an appearance by  Aqua West but the town planner, after hearing McGinnis'  presentation in Sechelt, admitted to feeling "none the'wiser"  for it.  Watch for Opening  Announcement  I NEXT WEEKJ  Until  May 31  Cut, Blow, Dry or Set, and  Condition included.  (Long hair perm extra)  Call now for appointment Tuesday - Sat.:   886-7224  RED KEN &  LA MAUR  THE HOUSE of GRACE  Challenge '86  The Challenge 86 program  will provide 64 jobs on the Sunshine Coast this summer, according to Project Manager petty  Ann Merry, in conversation  with the Coast News last week.  Of these jobs, 52, with a  monetary grant value of  $47,224, will be in the private  sector, while the rest will.be in  the public sector where 11 nonprofit organizations will employ  12 students, in jobs worth  $21,434, in government subsidies.  The maximum length of the  jobs created is 18 weeks but the  average length on this Coast will  be from 10 - 12 weeks, Merry  ..... ���������������''������������.��� !;-���-���- '������ *���'>���' -  said... ���..; .. '.Vc-.;.:     /......  There were approximately  120 - 130 applications^she^told  the Coast News, "a lot: m&re  than in the past". :\_. . . "';...  '������' < The target this y.ear Ws|ni^  private sector4":;Merry ,;safd:  "The government'wants more  money to go into the private  sector so we had people in the  community Jetting them know  program."  Many non-profit organizations that had, in the past, relied  on; the help of summer students  were unsuccessful this year.  Merry said that one of the  criteria for granting applications  was how career-related the job  provided would be, and how  much job-experience would  come from the summer program. The ability of the applicant to supplement the basic  rate of pay offered by the  government was. also considered.  Students working for nonprofit organizations receive a  basic $3.65 per hour from the  Federal government, added to if  possible by the organization.  The government also pays for  tools, if required, and Workmen's Compensation coverage.  Private sector applicants may  pay the student employed anything from the minimum wage  ($3.65 per hour) up, with the  government paying a maximum  of $2.50 per hour.  One local organization which  is feeling the pinch of the  government's new policy is the  Sunshine Coast Arts Centre  which has been unsuccessful  this year. In the past students  were employed to help relieve  the volunteers during the surri.-  mer.moriths when help is difficult to find and to get upgrading work done in the Centre's gardens.  Curator Donna Shugar told  the Coast News that the Centre  had applied for a grant in the  usual way.  ."There was no indication  that things were different this  year,'' Shugar said. "But we  waited and we didn't hear anything, although the program  was supposed to start on April  28.   ....'.  "Finally we phoned and were  told that we are on a waiting  list. We have contacted MP Ray  Skelly to find out how to get off  the list and into the grant,"  Shugar continued.  "Our job. is totally career-  oriented. It's for an Art student  who will get hands-on experience in curating and running a gallery. Besides, we are a  big tourist attraction for the  private sector. It gives people  something to do other than  shop, but you can be sure when  they've been to the gallery they  go to Sechelt to have lunch and  browse."  Skelly told the Coast News on  Wednesday when he was in Sechelt for a lunch honouring  David Crombie, Minister for  Indian Affairs, that he was pursuing the matter and hoped to  .hay^:result^;Soon.:} ��� :^.^..,_..;������...-  "The public s^tor is where  the help is needed v" Skelly,  From  7 to choose from on display now  n/ Financing  V0 O.A.G.  LIMITED TIME OFFER  ENGINE SHAMPOO with every  lube-oil-filter service or minor  tune-up until Friday, May 16, 1986  ���r.��. .

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