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Array wsfSS ,  ;V^r-^l",*T(^.>VV?,-^i.  ��� a^^^^i^x^^ M' ~^;^;^3-tM"^~>.y���*��.  t���JTir-^-,*fc/'.'*iyir^-~^^T.��rt*---_..'������- i.t^-- -*_.���  Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, BC  V8V 1X4  86.*  i.  h  ii  .!  Gala occasion  f  on  r Golf Club  et, on time?  The Pender Harbour Golf Club opened last Saturday with dignitaries and hundreds of delighted  residents on hand to celebrate the occasion. Here Ross McQuitty has the honour of teeing off for the first  time shortly after, his wife, Isabel and Evelyn Tapio cut the ribbon held by Lois Haddon, left,and Helen  Crabb (not pictured). ���Dianne Evans photo  The first tee rang with'cheers  when Ross McQuitty teed off  for the first time on the Pender  Harbour Golf Course last  Saturday afternoon. A large  crowd turned out under overcast, but dry, skies for the open,  ing ceremonies which bring tb a  culmination several; years "of  hard work. y   ^r  Jim   Hewitt,   Minister   of  Education and Chairman of the  Expo Legacy Committee was on  hand to assist iyith the day's  _ festivities and brbught with him  "   an Expo flag to fly at the Club-  ' house   and   Wide   World   of  -   Sport's Keith Williams entertained   with   typical   golfing  stories and some words of en-  '  couragement to club members.  Edie   Sutter,   representing  Flora Macdohald, Minister of  Employment and Immigration,  y talked about the value of the  ' "7 federal/provincial co-operation  which made the projecta reality  along with the hard work of the  club's members  and a large  . volunteer commitment to the  . work.  The project got underway in  ^November of 1984 when a  ~7 LEAD grant was received,  enabling the society to hire 15  people who began work almost  immediately on the very labour  intensive first^tage. y���  Then in August last year a second phifise grant of $350,000  was received \frorh the federal  government- to complete construction of the first nine holes.  1   Club president Sam Walker  yf. told4he��:rovvd that a golf coiif ste  ><y;in-theJPehdefrWari-^  greatly enhancethe. recreational  opportunities for residents and '  tourists* v alike; in future years  another nine holes will be added  and as time passes the course Evelyn Tapio and Isabel Mc-  will   naturally   improve.   As Quitty did the honpurs with the -  broadcaster   Williams   said, scissors-after a display of Scot-  "Back in 1889 they were picking tish dancing to the pipes on a  rocks up on St. Andrews too'*. nearby green - and the Pendfsr  Lois   Haddon   and   Helen Harbour Golf Course was opejni  Crabb . held  the   ribbon  and for business. ^  ���j��-��� ���������_���_���__���_____���^��  For Our Visitors I  Dining guide P. 15 %  Entertainment . P. 14 **  Bus& Ferry schedule P. 17 'ff:  Service Directory P. 17 ���*?_  On the Inside     i  Letters to the Editor P. 3 *:  Classifieds.. P. 19& 20 ��  Gibsons Chamber news P. 17 '<  Aqua West. P. 22 ��  ��� ^^^^^^^^i^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J*  ���a  Sechelt's Bill gets \  Senate third reading  The Sechelts' enabling legislation, Bill C-93, which will sever  the Band's ties with the Indian  Act,-'received third reading in  the Senate in Ottawa last Tuesday afternoon, Chief Stan Dbc-  on told the Coast News last  week;  '.::y.T!Je...Cpnsititutipn'is in place,  Dixon said, but the contentious  financial agreement which has  /adoption of the^egisiatibn, is.  still b&fpre the'Trtiisury Board.   .  Section 61 of the bill says that  the Act is not in force until Pro-  P.  clamation, so Dixon hopes fo  back in Ottawa with financial  advisor Gordon Anderson nejrt  week to push for agreement.  Only then will the final referendum be called - a requirement of  the Indian Act - and Royal Proclamation given.  The' Council, accompanied  Dixon on the. last trip to Ottawa,  where Conwil-Poweil River  Ray Skelly' onfce-ag&iftbhelj  them do the lobbying that g|  the Bill through yet one  stage, Dixon Said.  Election results  '-OH.  ������tb.  to  ���ft. ���  surprises in  ^jThe midnight count at the  :helt Village office June 21  _ sclosed the names of the six  ifdermen who will form, with  acclaimed mayor Bud Koch, the  first District of Sechelt Council,  "''�� Dedicated Alderman Graham  y&aig   received   the   highest  number of votes - 913 out of the  ;t*tal of 1298 votes cast in the  village, West Sechelt and Davis  Bay.  Joyce Kolibas was elected  with 906 and Len Herder with  731 votes to wind up with Craig  as the three two and a half year  term aldermen.  Serving one year less will be  Ken Short with 680 votes,  Michael Shanks with 661 and  Anne Langdon with 546 votes.  The eight aldermanic candidates who will not serve on  council this time are: Vic  Walters (494 votes), Gordon  Hall (445), Nancy MacLarty  (431), Bill Davis (378), Jack  Marsden (291), Henry Hall  (234), Bernel Gordon (210),  Frank Gibson (196).  In a breakdown of votes, 371  were cast in West Sechelt, 332 in  Davis , Bay and 563 in the  village, with 32 taken in an advanced poll for a total of 1298  out of about 3000 eligible  voters.  Canada Day picnic  Mayor Strom and the Council of the Town of Gibsons cordially invite all residents and visitors to join us in the celebration of our National Birthday, Canada Day, July 1. In this,  our 100th year as a community, we wish to recognize the contributions of our long-time residents toward making this the  finest little town anywhere.  Bring a basket lunch and join in the celebration at Holland  Park at 12 noon. Tea, coffee, cake and ice-cream will be served. Presentations will be made commencing at 1:30 p.m.  ;   The   new   council  sworn in June 30.  will   be  Work and play  Busy summer for  Last Wednesday, June 18,  Mayor Kolibas pronounced the  village council "closed down  -with some regrets" and council  passed a final resolution,  recommending current staff be  retained wherever possible in  the district administration and  public works.  Denley moves on  Superintendent of Schools, John Denley, has announced  his intention to return to full-time university studies to complete a doctoral program. In making the announcement,  John Denley states that this has been a lifelong ambition and  that this is a good time to make the move.  "We have weathered three years of restraint and our  school programs are in excellent shape," he said. "It is time  for me to move on and the Board and I agree that effective  July 1, School District No. 46 should be looking for a new  superintendent."  m  it v  J!_  m  ���*-_v___:-.  _&._  A new series of public works  are about to commence in the  .Town of Gibsons, starting pro-  ybably this week with improvements to the bottom of  School Road under the Downtown Revitalization Program.  The summer will also host a  town picnic July 1 in Holland  Park, as well as the customary  $ea Cavalcade, scheduled for  sjuly 15 to 17 this year. And  V|here   will   be   theatre   and  .^jstorytelling under a tent in the  ^.corner of Dougal Park during  frjmuch of August.  Phase Two of the downtown  program was adopted last Tues-  �� day by council, who agreed the  s Inain   wharfhead   intersection  ;...,  needed attention first. Under  the program, the undeveloped  municipal parking lot will be  landscaped arid given a stone  wall. A large directional sign for  lower village services will also be  placed there and council should  establish parking rates for the  lot next month.  Sidewalk construction on  Gower Point Road will follow,  while other Phase Two projects  are to be priorized in committee  July 15. Regular road work,  starting with the paving of Arbutus Reach, should also  resume as taxes come in later  this month.  But besides public works,  there will be plays and a major  Jack Mayne  passes  One of Sechelt's oldest citizens, and one well known for  many years, Jack Mayne, passed away at St. Mary's Hospital  yesterday, at age 95.  This venerable old gentleman was part of Sechelt's  mainstream in his "house on the corner" and he will be sorely  missed.  picnic in the town this summer.  The Centennial Picnic is on  for July 1 in Holland Park.  Planned are a bicycle race and  children's sports in the morning; free tea, coffee, ice cream  and cake over lunch time; then  the presentation of honourary  scrolls to long time residents  around 1 p.m.  At night, for those who stay  or come back, there will be  fireworks set off.  The Dougal Park theatre tent  will be raised from August 1 to  21 to stage the Summer Play  Parade, this year called the Gibsons Summer Theatre. Three  plays will run and storytelling  artists will appear and hold  workshops, with proceeds from  ticket sales'".going toward the  hoped-for Centennial Theatre  on Gower Point Road at the  base of Holland Park.  The request from the Eileen  Glassford Arts Foundation to  erect the tent in Dougal Park  was granted last week by council after receiving assurances  from producer Gwen Robertson  that the tent would in no way  interfere with normal park activity.  ii  Doug of Doug and the Slugs had no trouble relating to his audience during last Saturday night's concert  at the Sechelt Arena. The event which was organized to help start a football league on the Coast was an  unqualified success. See story on page 15. ���Pat Tripp photo  ���"'. Coast News, June 23,1986  swrss?-!?  i^ijiiMiiiinrai  CI  ii'  I  __*  __.  -_-  IS. '  -_���  ��� .  r  ���*#%<^*^fe*S-^ ���{. ##_ _.*i^ r_P;  .<y.-?&3^-s<<   ��, ^ 1 n_ri-fini,^, k    -.  Where were  the voters?  This past weekend we saw an election in Sechelt, one  that should have drawn the voters out in force. It was,  after all, a vote for a council to get about the business of  running a new, large District Municipality.  But out of a possible 3000 voters only 1298 turned out to  exercise their democratic right and cast a vote. That's not  even 50 per cent.  It's too bad. A beginning such as this, a change that  may significantly alter the way of life of many residents  now living in the new Sechelt, might have been more enthusiastic.  While we congratulate the council members and wish  them well in their endeavours, we also lament the fact that  their mandate could have been a lot clearer, and the voters  a little less apathetic.  Lament for  South Africa  While the world watches, South Africa endures and suffers. There is a disintegration of a way of life that has  given a small white minority almost absolute power over  the vast population of blacks. And now it is time to change  the power structure and it is obvious that the struggle to do  so is tearing the country apart.  Whites are fighting whites now - the fascists of the right  wing are calling for retrenchment. They are wearing  swastika-like insignia and hurling insults and stones at  Botha's government, even though it is hardly a bastion of  freedom for the blacks.  And the blacks. Years upon years of degradation, poverty and lost opportunity have exacted a bitter price. The  townships are filled with young people and old who have  lost their patience and want to see real changes, now.  Nelson Mandela sits in his prison, 24 years of separation  from his wife and friends, 24 years of waiting for a chance  to make a difference in the country he loves and is his  home.  Bishop .Desmond Tutu calls on the western world to tell  South Africa that apartheid has had its day; to tell Botha  that his slow and inadequate reforms are not enough. But  the western world, while crying out "Enough!" fails to  back the rhetoric with action.  And so it goes oriv We prize too highly our trade.  Somehow we try to separate politics from business and in  this case that's hypocrisy of the worst kind. We aren't talking about human rights violations of a minor kind. We are  talking about the absolute infringement of rights that  should be basic to each and every human being.  Until we can act decisively and with strength to let South  Africa know that it is time to stop, time to stop, once and  for all, this gross injustice, we are guilty by complicity.  But then, perhaps what South Africa teaches us is that  our own house is made of cards, and that's something  hard for us all to face.  But face it we must if there is ever to be peace in Africa  and equality of all people upon the earth. -,;  5 YEARS AGO  After 16 years as the first and only principal of  Langdale School, Charles E. Passmore was honoured  by friends, teachers and students last week, on the occasion of his retirement,  Roberts Creek columnist Jeanie Norton reported that  "It was good food, good music and a good time for the  sixty-five people who attended the installation of officers for the Roberts Creek Lions at the Wilson Creek  Hall on June 13."  20 YEARS AGO  Wilson Creek will be the scene of a day-long Centennial celebration, starting with a parade around the park  at 1 p.m. There will be prizes for decorating bicycles,  tricycles, wagons, buggies etc. Mr. Jack Little will be in  charge of a two and a half hour program of sports for  children up to ��nd including the age of fifteen.  A Centennial Douglas Fir seedling was planted on the  grounds of Elphinstone High School by Chairman W.B.  Hodgson, of the Village.of Gibsons and Phil Malpass,  President of the student council. The Hon. F.X. Richter,  Minister of Agriculture pointed out the significance of  planting a seedling and charged the youth of this province with the protection and development of our  natural resources.  30 YEARS AGO  All garbage pits in and operated by the Village of  Sechelt will be filled immediately at village expense owing to the fire hazard.  "Ye Editor doffed his outer garments, put oh a bathing suit with the idea of having a quick plunge and  swim, the other early evening. Arriving at the float and  ready for the plunge that refreshes, he found...garbage  floating nonchalantly by."  40 YEARS AGO  Four hundred pounds of shark fell to the harpoon of  Bud Rasmussen of Lund last week, when he speared  the monsters while fishing near Harwood Island.  Scourges of the mackerel sharks, which chase game  fish out of the Straits' waters, have been reported this  year. Fishermen claim that fishing "has been ruined" in  waters adjacent to Powell River.  The Sunshine  CO-PUBLISHERS A  John Bumside       J..M. Vaughan  EDITORIAL  Dianne Evans  .  , John Gleeson  ^ADVERTISING  , Pat Tripp  .';      ���_������ .John'Gilbert'"-  PRODUCTION  .Fran Bumside  TYPESETTING  Saya Woods  ...   Bonnie McHefley  DISTRIBUTION  ..   Steve Carroll  The Sunshine C ___ST NEWS is a co-operative locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by Glassford Press  Ltd.; Box 460, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or 886-7817;  Sechelt Tel. 885-3930. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702.  The Sunshine COAST NEWS is protected 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: 1 year $35  Hubert Evans  May 9, 1892-June 17, 1986  by Maryanne West  The echo of my words repeat themselves.  What was done - is done.  There is no oblivion ���."���  Nor any absolution.  ���������*'������ (from In Perpetuity)  Several years ago, at the time Hubert Evans' autobiographical novel, O Time in your Flight was published, a reporter  from the Vancouver Sun came up to interview him. 1  remember my anger when the resulting column focused on  physical frailty rather than his indomitable spirit. Hubert  Evans was one of those people for whom as the body  weakens the spirit shines forth with greater intensity.  What do you make of it all, old man,  Now that you're almost there?  . The serenity you seek lies ahead. Press On.  (from Questionnaire)  One of Hubert's former homemakers spoke of how much  their daily/conversations had meant to her, saying she had  never known anyone who lived their Christianity so innately.  Hubert would haye been genuinely amazed at such a tribute,  he felt a great sense off humility in hi? search for spiritual  fulfilment.  Witt there ever be peace in this House of ours?      ���'.-.' i  - Always when J retret&taMjs upper room seeking to rid my .  -*.'-', mind of trifles     ~**T*:,-* f  heed the still small voice    y. ���  iy and repossess, myysoulf^     j:    V .  I am distracted by their chatter and raffish laughter  In the room below  Why does he allow such people in?  Allow? He actually welcomes them.,  Like as not when I go down  I'll[findhe's let them turnmy cherished pictures  to the wall: the still waters in pastures green  the delectable mountains  Lion and lamb lying down together  and trumpets sounding on the other side.  If only we could part and go our separate ways!  But that's not possible. We are joint tenants  and must remain so long as the house endures -  and longer still for aught I know.  Oh for some ombudsman, some all-wise arbitrator  to bring peace between us ~  and the Me that I yearn to be.  ,     (from A House Divided)  Hubert saw himself as a Seeker after Truth, that elusive  beacon which humankind has striven to grasp since time immemorial, but which always manages to keep ahead of us. He  felt he was still searching for the meaning of life, it was a  quest he pursued vigorously in his mind as the strength ebbed  from his body.        ���' ;  I am thinning carrots  deciding which to save and foster  which to pluck and cast aside...  My mind wanders and I think of other things...  Were the circumstances, time and place  of the sparrow's fall decreed  in the beginning or did they come to pass  by happenstance?'-���";,..-y ;  When the cosmic computer was programmed  were the stars fixed eternally in their courses?  Were all worlds that were, are and  evermore shall be, set spinning at  predetermined speeds? Were causes and effects  and effects within causes  (including me here thinning carrots)  irrevocably established, or are they  subject to change without notice?  These and all such questions remain  as my old Scot schoolmaster would say,  "Beyond my ken"  (from Thoughts While Thinning Carrots)  Hubert was one of those special people who cared deeply,  not only about people whatever their status, but about all living things and the earth itself. He understood what it means  to be "our brother's keeper".  Dismiss the past. Detachment is the order of your day...  Why bare your heart to sorrows other than your own?  Forget your little ship, you will not put to sea again.  The saplings you set out you will never see as trees...  Why laUow your comrade's anguished face to banish sleep?  Why not forget his dismembered body  in that'shattered trench?...  You pitted will and words against exploiters.  Is it through fault of yours exploiters flourish still?...  You do not answer me, old man  but I know What you are thinking.'  For you, detachment is desertion. ���'������'������  For you, and such as you, serenity must wait.  (from Questionnaire)  Hubert had a wonderful self-deprecating sense of humour,  a gentle way of making fun of his own and humanity's  foibles.  When you are ninety doing the Charlie Chaplin shuffle  down the long road into the sunset  it is not as amusing  as you had thought.  (from Viewpoint)  Inept old would-be poet  your buffings and puffings amuse me.  You remind me of that half-drunk glass blower  at our country fair. I paid him ten cents -  . aU of my weekly allowance - to blow me a swan '  but the best he could do was a lopsided bubble.  (from Confidentially)  My eyes not being what they were  I make do with bifocals-  and gripe.  Gentle Mary blind from birth  lifts her face to the warming sun -  and smiles.  (from Second Sight)  A woman whose place along the shore is  west of mine, reports that kelp stalks  make a tasty pickle.  But her neighbours report that  she still grows cucumbers...... ......  "  ._:��� ry.-,y- y;y: y., *���.>,.   .:., . .��. ;^om The Advocate;])  ,yt. For one_pf such rugged independence.havingsto b^depen-  p j__OTj^up^iT^ptHSE_RS is^a ^ntiittiiiii^firii^tk'atibii;- but he never  forgot to express his gratitude for all that was done for him,  for the care he received at Shorncliffe, and for his.  homemakers, without whom he would have had to leave his  beloved home in Roberts Greek much sooner.  As we, in our individual ways give thanks for his life and  all it has meant to us, the words of St. Paul seem a fitting  epitaph - "I have fought a good fight. I have finished my  course. I have kept the faith."  To a Friend  Friend,  your ninety four years  do not add up to this frail body  lying weak and empty in bed.  You have always been ready  to light someone else's candle,  and I see you  as a distillation of the years,  a precious nugget of wisdom  refined from the busy, thinking years.  I see you withdrawing from this phase  and refining in the crucible of life  the essence of exerience  to carry with you  into the next unknown adventure  the fruits of life well lived,  lessons learned,  difficulties overcome,  and insights gained.  I salute you,  for you have won  men's most valued prize,  the knowledge that you have taken  the raw material of life  and fashioned  a living work of arU  R.L. Nicholson  h W''~: feigj.  �����--���'-  Coast News, June 23,1986  3.  f-ttib _j  �� clarify -waste manageitient plait  '. -Editors Note: A copy of this let-  '. ^ter was received for publication.  * Mr. Bert Norman  * Granthams Landing  -B.C, VON 1X0  Bear Mr. Norman:  Re your letter to the Editor in  the June 16th Edition of the  Coast News. May 1 offer this  response as clarification of  some of the misunderstanding  9-  you apparently have about our  Waste Management Plan.  Simply put, Waste Management Plans are a provincially  prescribed and funded process  for determining waste management practices on a community  by - community basis. The province provides a process for  developing Waste Management  Plans which involves examining  in some detail the options  available for waste disposal.  The selection of the most  suitable option is made through  a process of technical advice  and public input.  Obviously selection of the  best option must involve consideration of all options thus the  option of a community sewer  system was put  forward for  Narrow focus  a downfall  *�� Editor:  u/> The following is a copy of the  ^"additional comments" I wrote  % for the Aquaculture on the Sun-.  % shine Coast questionnaire:  Z     I   have   two   books,   Per-  " maculture   One,    and   Per-  p maculture Two, which present  jj the concept of aquatic poly-  ~ culture, a beautiful, ecologically  ;* .sound integration of fish farms'ing  with   family  dwelling  or  �� small co-operative community;  % with     agriculture;     with  ^.silviculture;   with   animal  ~" husbandry: a flowing, self sustaining, integrated, inharmony  design   system   providing   an  fa^rconomic base for people living  creatively at peace with their environment, applying the "small  is   beautiful"   philosophy,   recycling   all   wastes,   heeding  nature's  lessons,  being  intensively productive at minimum  cost, etc., etc.  This is the context in which 1  learned of aquaculture.  And then, here on the Sunshine Coast, come suddenly  some "get rich quick Charlies'-,  some overly ambitious, overly  greedy folks with a fairly narrow focus, a focus which inevitably results in a raping and a  despoiling arid an imposition, a  materialistic vision which allows  the perceiver to see only one  thread of the fabric of nature,  leads to bigger and faster being  construed as better and needed,  and further concentrates money  and power in the hands of the  few;.;.  When I saw the map showing  approved and applied for sites,  I was shocked. It brings home  dramatically the imposition:  Suddenly, throughout a bio-  region that thousands and thousands of people love, and live,  work, play and move in, on,  and through, comes (another)  massive invasion, an invasion of  those same "outside" forces  that are ruining our planet  everywhere they go and  everywhere they touch.  And who never truly consult  with the people. Two of those,  "dots on a map" are sitting' in  the front yard of a couple of  Congratulations  .Editor:   .;.  Congratulations on being  awarded second place for Best  Editorial Page in the Canadian  Community Newspaper  Association's 1985 competition  in the Broadsheet.  .. Since moving to the Coast a  couple of years ago, I have appreciated the way in which you  have sought to address the  larger as well as the local issues.  And, while not always in agreement with the points of view expressed, I have appreciated the  opportunity afforded to those  of us with different perspectives  to interact meaningfully with  the editorials. Finally, despite  occasional exceptions, I have  enjoyed the (generally) irenic  spirit of the paper.  J. Cameron Fraser  Davis Bay  Summer resident  ���rr. :ii'--b^y4i  _:_���  '!3V _'.  Eo!.t6r::;"  \, In, reply to the article in the  Coast   News   on   June   9,  " Aquaculturists   State   Their  Case".  Yes, the summer residents at  Eastbourne are up in arms over  the proposed fish farms. The  ^*Jobs they are creating are for  t��|&eir foreign investors, who, ac-  [*|��!$6rc_.rig to the meeting we were  m  * ,  S  .  P  _f  .  *  I Co  goon  . .y     in association with  ;   Prbtech Office Electronics  COMPUTER  SERVICES  ��� Training  ^���Consulting  ��� Word Processing  Call 885-3735  for more information  OFFICE ELECTRONICS  Wharf St. Sechelt  .r-T.-o____.$'�����...   i  Hr  at, will be they.mkhager and  assistant manager with homes  being built for them on the property. So much for job creation.  We are only part-time residents, but mo��t of us use our cottages year round. We buy our  lumber and plumbing supplies  along with using the laundromat while we do our grocery  shopping in Gibsons. We go for  dinner at the restaurants but  most of all we pay our full  taxes, not just the small amount  most of your permanent residents pay. Without our tax  dollars where would your  schools, hospitals and recreational facilities be?  Please don't say we buy only  a bag of groceries and a tank of  gas. We give much more to the  community and truly love the  Sunshine Coast and hate to see  it destroyed.  Betty J. Pay  Port Coquitlam  More letters  on page 21  FBDB  YOUR BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTRE  Meet with BOB PAYIC'H   ."''':  on Wednesday, June 25th,  at DRIFTWOOD INN  Sechelt: Tel: 885-5811  to discuss your business's financial  needs or for information on the Bank's  Financial Services, Management  Counselling, Seminars, Clinics and  Government Assistance Programmes  Call North Vancouver: 666-7703  for an appointment  BACKING INDEPENDENT BUSINESS  Federal Business        Banque federate  Development Bank     de developpement  Canada  friends of mine who have been  living in an isolated cove in an  isolated bay for 18 years! Were  ..-..things...discussed, with them?  Was consensus reached? Did all  concerned parties work things  out?  One doesn't really need all  the details. The diagnosis is obvious at a glance: It's cancer.  Cut it out.right now. Sit down  and take a deep breath, and a  long second look and listen!  Hah! Might aswell try andy  stop a runaway planet gobbler!  Mother Earth is being gang,  raped by a few people intention y  pleasure through  money and#~  power.   Our   world   is   their  plaything being used for the  selfish fulfillment of their own  personal overblown and misguided'fantasies.  Only when Greenpeace becomes Aqua West's senior consultant and advisor can we  begin to relax. Only when David  Suzuki is the author of Aquaculture on the Sunshine Coast  could be begin tb trust that the  whole thing; isn't a fait accompli.' ''���;.���' ���..:-..;-.v;;y;:.w..  Ahh, enough of this useless  rhetoric. I'm going back to my   .  garden..  Peter Light   -  consideration and comment at  this ��� time. The Waste Management Steering Committee will  now evaluate the various options in light of technical considerations and public input and  present its choice to the public  for further comment.  Your remarks to the effect  that the Waste Management  Plan is an attempt by/the Sunshine Coast Regional District  planners to make work are quite  inappropriate - 'firstly,.'the planning: department is involved in  the Waste Management Plan  only to the extent that it affects  the community plans, y  Obviously the development  densities provided in the community plans must be supported  by the chosen waste management practices. .  Secondly, the Waste Management Plan is a project of the  Boards' consulting -engineers  and the Ministry Of Environment, under .the direction of a  steering committee of local  elected representatives.  I would like to stress that the  development of a Waste Management Plan involves considerable effort in obtaining  public input both in the selecting of the methods of handling  waste and in determining how  those methods will be applied.  For that reason I would like  to respectfully suggest that your  input into the development of  this plan would be more effective in avoiding the option of a  community sewer system, which  you seem to oppose,;than is  your criticism of the process.  James Gurney  Chairman, SCRD  Waste.Management  Steering Committee  Editor:  Hubert Evans left us the  other day to journey north,  paddling upstream all the way,  to live ajgain with the Indiaiis.  They have gained a great friend  in their happy hunting grounds,  while we have lost one of a kind  who will never pass this way  again.  As a Quaker he tried not to  be derogatory or heedless or  mean to anyone. He believed we  are all inter-related iri life and  made of one another. In all  things we do, we impinge, impinge, impinge on one another.  I met Hubert Evans only  once while visiting at Shorncliffe where he spent his last few  months. A nurse suggested he  would enjoy a visit after his dinner riap.  We Talked of old friends at  Roberts Creek during my days  there in the 40's and reminisced  happily about old Alex Harbin-  son and his Nash taxi cab. We  talked of George, One-armed  Joe, and Vivian Klein who were  also in the taxi and dray  business; of Ted Shaw on boat  and mail days; Mr. Downes  who owned the Wharf Store;  Jack Edlund and the B & K Log  ftiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiii i iiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiHHiiiiim iiiMiimiiiiiiMiifiiiii  ��� '.-.���-,... .��.        i*  ���  5 ���  Summer Recreation Program       �� I  j July 7-August 29, 1986  I New  group  starting each  I week.  j Please register one week in  | advance.  j Ages: 6- 12 years  : 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  | Monday to Friday  s Ages: 3 - 5 years  \ 9 a.m. to 12 noon  [ Tuesdays & Thursdays  Hiking, Swimming, Games, Picnics, Fi  : Located at the Marine Room  : (below Gibsons Library)  Call 886-2274 for registration.  ���������������^^������^^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������a*-B__it_i*Bkai  Dump in the Creek; and even  my Standard Oil'bulk plant by  the bridge. " :r  Our brief visit did for me  what he felt all writing shojild  do for readers..."get inside  your skin"! From his MisdOn  The River; O Time In Your  Flight; and even his Thoughts  While Thinning Carrots, Shis  ���writing did just that for me;.  In Hubert Evans, The First  Ninety Three Years,, anthology  by Allan Twigg, Hubert shares  with a neighbour a pass&ge  from Pilgrim's Progress wfijch  he thought was apropos, Considering their ages: ��;  "Come wet, come dry, I/.lgng  to be gone. Andyhoweveri$he  weather on my journey, when I  come there I shall sit and rest  .me and dry me."   ������:���' '       *  Rest well, Hubert Evans, rest  warm and dry;..and thanks^or  'impinging' while passing byi  Carl Chrisrflas  lllllflllllllllllll IMtltllUIUMIiiiMuMl-14  | N DP Constituency Offi��e j  j is now open 1-3 p.m.^; j  1      Monday to Friday   "X   \  Gibsons Clinic complete  886-3524  ���*   :  ���*������������"  _f  r*  4��  ��.  d��  >.  , -  J!  ,t  t��  iJC  t  .S  <��  _S  Z  Ims '4  laaaaaaaataai  r  Tom Smith  of Gibsons Building Supplies said ���  '. iv.., Vi :i����-*My__ _a m *���;_*_> ��� _ y i   I.i._   ,.  I  iir.m: ���--���(������;���'    .    >.    i  tqld me  if I could find a better truck  J        Or.   ,_-'�����"  3  Si  I should buy it  / DID!  99  I  Bill Copping presenting Tom Smith with the keys  to his 1986 Ford Ranger Supercab  We will not be undersold.  Wharf Road, Sechelt  .D.L. 5936  885-3281  -'<  ..& Coast News/June 23,1986  DAY  SPECIALS  at  SUNNYCREST  MALL  Better to see your local  m PLEASURE CRAFT  I. INSURANCE  _��� .  I EXPERT...  I... THAN WISH  YOU HAD!  y   u:   y  ,ct   ������;��?,. ��.,��� ....  w........., ,.,.__   .  HOME   BOATS   TRAVEL   LIFE  \lf7/>>   We service'the Sunshine-Coast'  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  INSURANCE  :rest  Mall  HOURS;  Mon. - Thurs.  and Sat  9:30 - 6:00  Friday  PHARMASAVE  Nabob and  Pharmasave  ._��� __.. it.  Sunnycrest Mall  *-^-- *��� >i;:*:��fm  9:30-^0^ ,#  ���.    ���'.���:���"    Vv:."^  <&_*"���  ��m#��  <lW  .. ..* ..i I  Ltd.  886-2000  INHBOBJ  [EDITION  roundcoff��^nloulu  Check  for other  in-store specials!  with coupon below  $3.99 without coupon  j-*���---������.������ .-.���-������_   ��� ��� ��� '������,-������  .    .    v    y-   ��� ��� . " '   Save 50v at Pharmasave sunnycrest Man  on NABOB TRADITION . ,  ground coffee $  . Mr. Dealer: Nabob Foods Limited will pay retail distrib-  I I    . v J utors of our merchandise 50c plus 9.9c handling for ^^^��       v  each coupon redeemed by your customer against the       ��_����� _    ^a  purchase of one 369g pack of Nabob Tradition ground    3.99 Without coupon  coffee. For redemption, mail to: Herbert A. Watts Ltd., P.O. Box 2140, Toronto,  Ontario M5VV IH1. Enter opposite No. 5 on coupon debit slip.  One package per coupon      STORE COUPON 86014      Expires July 5, 1986    .  -������ ���i��� -r��� mm^m ��� *^���   ^^b     ^��� ^^v ^^��� m^mr      ^m ���-��� .  ________ - _-^_�� ��-�����  ii    i      <m__b ������___�� ���_��� m.    ���  aw... wi�� ���������� ���m    __aa_n __u�� hh a____M ���  SUNNYCREST  GIBSOWS PHARIVIASAVE  _y^        SUNNYCREST MALI GIBSONS     886-7213  T3.1      U^\.,->    ��� ���    ... ' '.        ... ���  GODDARD'S FASHION CENTRE  GREEN SCENE  HENRY'S BAKERY  HOME HARDWARE  INNER SPACE  -KITCHENS & CLOSETS  J'S UNISEX HAIR  JEANNIE'S GIFTS & GEMS  LIQUOR STORE  ORANGE-0  PARTY STOP  PHARMASAVE  PIPPY'S  RADIO SHACK  ���ADVENTURE ELECTRONICS  ROYAL SANK OF CANADA  SEW MUCH MORE  SUNCOAST AGENCIES  little bit country...the best of both, right here in Gibsons."  THE CANDY SHOPPE  THE FEATHERED NEST  TODD'S CHILDREN'S WEAR  ZU."��ff;S DEL'CATESSEN  WILLEE'S FAMILY RESTAURANT Ii  Coast News, June 23,1986  WSM^tWS^��Mm^  Gifts and good-byes  by Jeanie Parker, 886-3973  Friends and co-workers in the  : community got together for a  | farewell dinner for Herb and  ;| Moira Richter at the Roberts  "Creek Legion on June 14. They  .were wished well but will be  ',! greatly missed after 17 years of  ^outstanding service to the com-  ;munity.  ;; Herb was presented with the  ;;Diamond Jubilee Medal by  jJLegion President Tom Des  ;��� Lauriers in recognition of his  ^contribution to Branch 219. He  !;had served on the Executive and  lithe'bar and was always a willing  iworker. The Legion also gave  jthem a handsome burl clock as  ; ;a present for their new home in  ;   ;Penticton.  j j; On behalf of the Roberts  . jtreek Community Association,  . Diana Zornes and Chris Luster  . provided Herb and Moira with  �� IRoberts Creek T-shirts, mugs,  jj &nd a year's subscription to the  l. jCoast News. Moira was  \ specially active with the Com-  �� munity Library and her hard  *-. work is most appreciated by  > those who use the Library.  �� !i Fire Chief Edna Naylor-  �� Kirkmari was on hand to thank  " the Richters for their 14 years  �� manning the fire phone. She  ���; presented them with a beautiful  I silver tray, accompanied by a  I few quips to match Herb's good  ] humour.  I The school had also had a  * close relationship with the  "Richters over the years. No  doubt they saw a lot of the kids  ,^.who came to retrieve balls, out  jitittf their yard and Herb drove  ^tbe school bus for a while.  ��jiloira met an important need  jHby serving as community key  ^person for Kraus Hall, thereby  providing the community with  access "to the Joint Use Facility  on holidays and weekends.  The Richters were active in  many other groups and organizations on the Coast - the  Hospital Auxiliary, Sechelt  Seniors, the Alano Club, playing bridge and more. Herb mentioned once that he'd never been  so busy as when he retired. May  they enjoy health and happiness  and time for all the things they  enjoy in the Okanagan.  TEA COMING  The OES Holiday Time Tea  is coming up on July 5. It's at  the Masonic Hall in Roberts  Creek from 2 to 4 p.m.  ANNIVERSARY WEEK  It was a week for anniversaries. Don Van Kleek was  away Tuesday but Jean's  friends and fellow workers  helped her celebrate their Silver  Wedding. That seems a long  time to newly married folk.  But Bill and Marie Walkey  have been together for 45 years!  These young lovers celebrated  last Saturday. Congratulations  to both couples.  HRE SEASON  Roberts Creek Volunteer Fire  Department can go months  without a call, then they get two  in one week. That rainy Saturday a week ago there was a  chimney fire, no major problem  except one of the firefighters  broke his wrist.  On Tuesday an Orange Road  resident found out the restrictions attached to a burning permit are meant to be followed.  His.fire had to be hosed down  to keep it from spreading into  nearby trees. It's getting dry  even with all the rain sb please  be careful. .  Peter Bandi of the Sunshine Achievement Centre presented Jason  France with a gift of appreciation last weekend for the work the  Grade 11 student has done with the clients at the centre. He has  spent much of his time teaching the clients how to use computers  -"giving them a look at a different field other than the usual."  ���Dianne Evans photo  Area C Soundings  New name needed  by Jean Robinson, 885-2954  Drop a line or phone with a  suggestion for a new title for  this column. No prizes, just  your name printed if your title is  chosen.  The Grade Seven Farewell  and Major Awards Day at  Davis Bay Elementary School  begins at 11 a.m. on June 26.  The wind up of another successful year in your child's life.  School will be out for the  summer so motorists be extra  aware of children on the streets.  Western Weight Controllers  meet at the Scout Hall on  Thursday evenings at 7 p;m.  For further information call  Joan Newsham at 885-2098  after 5 p.m.  The Wilson Creek Library  presents  its  Story  Hour  for  Moms and Tots on Friday, July  4 at 10:30 a.m. So Moms, drop  in and bring a friend as well as  your pre-schooler. This delightful service will continue all summer.  Winners of the Sechelt Food  Bank Father's Day Draw are C.  Allen, C. French, R. Price, E.  Mercer, E. Wood, M. Jorgen-  son, W. Peace, G. Pollock. L.  Latham, J. Crowell, L. Gory,  G. Boyte, A. Paquette, A.  Rose, A. Jack, M. Widman, J.  Chance. L. Ahtiainen and Len  Herder.  Those using the Food Bank  are reminded that summer dates  are July 9 and 23, and August 6  and 20 for groceries.  Terry Gardiner says  "thanks" to all those who expressed concern about Holmes.  He is feeling much better now.  Museum  bicycle  rally on Gariada Day  Attention all cycle enthusiasts! Celebrate Canada  Day on Tuesday, July 1 by participating in the Elphinstone  Pioneer Museum's First Annual  Bike Rally: (Weather permitting  so cross your fingers!)  y There will be two categories  tb enter so that no one will be  excluded. The main event, for  entrants 15 years and older will  gather at Brothers Park on Park  Road, upper Gibsons, at 9 a.m.  and cycle down to Holland  Park. The Children's event will  start at Dougal Park and end at  Holland Park, start time also 9  a.m. Prizes will be given to the  winners in each category.  Hot dogs and juice will be offered at Holland Park and free  ice cream and birthday cake will  be given to participants and  spectators to enjoy.  Pre-registration is suggested  by calling the museum at  886-8232. Come out and have a  good time with us and celebrate  Canada Day!  -V/  _r* -  .���"   **  Canada Grade A Beet ��� Bone In  chuck blade steak  Bulk ��� Regular or Barbecue  weiiiers  kg  ���... .kg  1.96 ib. m 89  Limit 3 per Customer  1.96 ib. - 89  DBnniii  "_-  t.J*_  ___�� ��  ...   *  /  ������-t./v. VIS.'-  *   >��� 'AC' -"        . .' : '  .   ��� -      . .   .  *$_  TO  .&<  **m  *?*  _.._'_'..**"'  *.'?--ill1*  ., _��_X  ���& - Wi -  ��<�����  '/���  f-*W.-,  ;~m  m  #&.  Fresh Whole  watermelon  mmi  *__  . ���.������_���  ���������.-..."-'. 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Coast News, June 23,  _____:  1986  3^^j^^^^lS!liSliMi^^  S3.IUT0  n  Though dressed in casual western garb these are very serious ladies, executive members of the Sunshine  Coast Business and Professional Women's Club. Left to right: Jan Kennedy, Dodie Marshall, Gwen  Robinson, Enid Reardon, Frances Travis, Audrey Broughton, Carolyn Kirkland, Mardi Scott.  ��� iwini     n-i   h______i -i ������������������ ���   ^���������������    ���   _i^������ i   ii-__���������������_____���_���_���___������__���___������.���___���_____���_������b^������__���������___�����������������w������^^^������^i  Sechelt Seniors  by Larry Grafton  On a recent visit to Vancouver I was asked, "Are the  seniors a private club?" Of  course this is exactly what we  are NOT.  Our Sechelt Branch 69 wj*s  formed in 1968 when Branch 9*6  of the Old Age Pensioners Organization decided to give up  their OAPO charter and join  the Senior Citizens' Association  UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services  GIBSONS  Glassford Road - 11:15 a.m.  Sunday School - 11:00 a.m.  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay - 9:30 a.m,  Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.  Rev. Alex G. Reid  ' ;'.  Church Telephone     886-2333   .  01- .v! -** ** **r- : ;  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. 10:30am  Mid-week Wed. 7:30 pm  Men's prayer & study   Fri. 7:30 pm  Women's prayer        Thurs. 10 am  Pastor Ivan Fox  885-4775 or 886-7862  --   '������ ���  ������'"        Sfk Jffk Sfm  THE CHURCH OF  JESUS CHRIST OF  LATTER DAY SAINTS  Davis Bay Rd. - Wilson Creek  Davis Bay Community Hall  Sacrament Service 9:00 a.m.  SundaySchool  10:15a.m.  Branch President Reg. H. Robinson  v 886-2382  ��� ,-..-..- J%9 Sgm _%��    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  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  .*��> &C* J|w  THE SECHELT PARISH      .  of the ANGLICAN CHURCH  ST. HILDA'S (Sechelt)  8 a.m. - Holy Communion  9:30 a.m. - Family Service  ST. ANDREW'S (Madeira Park)  11:30 a.m.  Reverend John Paetkau  885-5019  -*%_. *_{{_. _jy__-_  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  Corner of Davis Bay Road  & Laurel Road   '  Inter-Denominational  Family Worship  Sunday - 11 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  -*-.*-.*_-  -*..*�� .VI  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.  Evensong & Eurch-irist  First Sunday in the month  6:30 p.m., St. Aldan's  Roberts Creek Road  Rev. J.E. Robinson, 886-8436  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  North of Hwy 101 on Park Rd.  Gibsons  11:00a.m: Worship Service  (No Sunday School during  July and August)  Rev. Dale D. Peterson  Church Office: 886-2611  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  -Al <3_> jjk-  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  Pastor Tim Shapcotte  883-2374 or 883-2870  SundaySchool 9:45 a.m.  Morning Worship    ,   11:00 a.m.  Prayer & Bible Study  Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.   - ��� _*���_* ���%!  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Sunday:  11 am      Roberts Creek  Community Use Room  (behind the school)  7:30 pm   Worship & Fellowship  in homes  Wednesday:  7:30 pm  Prayer and Fellowship  in homes  All Welcome  J. Cameron Fraser, Pastor  885-7488  of B.C. (SCABC). We received  bur charter on January 16, 1968  with a paid up membership of  138 members. From that day  forward they have never looked  back. Until today we are the  largest branch in B.C. of the  SCABC, with over 700  members to date this year,  thanks in.part to our Membership Chairman, Kay McKenzie;  and our first Vice-President',  Gerry Chailler. (  The questions may be asked,  "Why so much emphasis~oif  seniors? Are they getting too big  for their britches? What good  do they do anyway?"  To find put, the very best way  of course, is to make a point of  corning down to our hall on  Mermaid Street and see for  yourself what we are doing, Uri^-  fortunately right at the present  time our committee chairman  will be having a well earned rest  during July and August, but  will be back in full swing come ���  September.  Activity   sheets    for   the  Winter/Spring   functions   are  by Joan Wilson, 883-9606  June's Pender Person  celebrated her 85th birthday on  June 10. Win Course moved to  the Harbour from Point Grey in  1956 when her husband Ron  retired from B.C. Tel. Their  house on Francis Peninsula was  built by Fred Crosby with  lumber cut by the Duncan  sawmill.  Win has been active with the  Hospital Auxiliary since that  time, when the hospital was at  Garden Bay. She went across  the Harbour by boat to attend  meetings, climbing up the ramp  at Lloyd's store.  Win worshipped at the little  Anglican church iri Garden Bay.  Canon Greene would pick up  parishioners by boat from their  floats, and take them over for a  service. Win taught Sunday  School for six years, on Thursday afternoons! Ron Course  passed away in October 1979. .  Win is still alert, and never  misses a chance to join in the activities of the Auxiliary and her  church.  Win's friends and family surprised her with a birthday party  on June  10 at St. Andrew's  Church Hall. Over 60 people  from the Harbour and Sechelt  came to wish her well, including  long time friend Peggy Connor  from Halfmoon Bay.  Win's sons Bill and Ken, with  his wife Jo, two grandaughters,  Linda and Elaine, and three of  her five great-grandchildren,  Cameron, Sean and Jessica,  came up from Vancouver for  the party.  Win sends her sincere thanks  to all who helped to make her  85th birthday such a special  day. We love you, Win, and we  want to be around for your 90th  too, During your 30 years in the  Harbour, you have contributed  a great deal to community life,  and we appreciate you!  THANKS  Pender Harbour Cubs,  Beavers and Scouts thank all  those who saved bottles for  them on June 14. Your generosity will help the boys to enjoy  camp and other activities.  Pender Harbour Guides  thank all those who helped and  supported them in bake sales  and activities during the year.  The girls camped at Whittaker's  Resort on June 6 to 8, and four  girls attended a Patrol Leader  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Firemen's sale  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Just a last reminder of the big  garage sale at the fire hall this  coming Saturday starting at  9:30 a.m. If you have items you  would like picked up phone Bill  Ewan at 885-5676. Your contributions will be welcome as  this is the annual event which  helps raise funds for fireworks  and treats for the kids at  Hallowe'en. The Halfmoon  Bay Volunteer Fire Department  fellows are a community riiind-  ed lot, so give them your best  support.  COUNTRY FAIR UPDATE  Some   more   community  ., ,, ���    , ,���.>*?-.     niinded folks are the Nelsons,  available^ now from mysel^og^. bWners^of the B & J Store in  Kay McKenzie. \ Halfmoon Bay. For the second  Next week we willelaborate a        year they are organizing the  little more on the above and Oi.^children's fishing derby in con-  junctiPri  with  the  Halfmoon  then branch out moire'into the  local aspects of how our organ-*  ization affects our local popula-  tion and our members  specifically.  Egmont  News  Thanks  Herewith a few thoughts of  thankfulness after our Sports  Day at Egmont.  Does anyone appreciate the  little donations that people  make to", public events?  Everyone thinks of the time  people spend and are grateful  for that. But others?  Cy Healy, John Dunlop, Ernie Silvey - they were always  good for a donation for a public  event.  Vi Silvey, Bathgates, Joe  Muller, Len Silvey are still  donating: Herring for the kids'  fishing derbies, Hallowe'en  fireworks, sometimes Christmas  stuff, fine prizes like a rod or  tackle bpx, an annual trophy  for kids' fishing - big and little  things like that count too.  The local gravel pit, CPR  Logging Co., Crown Log Sort,  Danny Bosch, Earls Cove Cafe  (under old and new owners)  -they've all given from time to  time. There are more too - small  businessmen and individuals  who give, and also go without  thanks.  Down in Pender Harbour  and other communities there  will be similar people, like Al  Lloyd and Murdochs, Piepers  and Donnelys among others.  Well, thank you, all you  public spirited people, who so  often are not noticed.  We^ really do appreciate all  those things.  WANTED  Used Furniture  and What Have You  ALS USED  FURNITURE  We buy Beer Bottles  6-2812  Bay Country Fair.  This will take place on the  day before the Fair, Saturday,  July 12 from 8 to 11:30 a.m. at  the wharf. Age categories are  four to eight and nine to 12.  There will be free hot dogs and  drinks for all entrants.  Pre-registration is necessary  and you can do so any time  from now on either at the store  or by calling 885-9435. As of  July and August the store will  be open every day from nine till  nine for your convenience.  Audrey and Finn Anthony  have  very   kindly  donated   a  perpetual trophy for the largest  fish. The trophy is designed and  made by Joan Clarkson and will  have space for names of each'  year's winner. It will be known  as "The Finn Fish Trophy."  If you are planning to have a  display table at the Fair you can  call 885-3973 or 885-9347. -.  CHURCH PICNICS  There must have been a couple of hundred people enjoying  a picnic on Cooper's Green the  other Sunday. They were from  the Sechelt Bethel Baptist  Church, had a lovely sunny day  and a good time was had by all.  If any group would like to arrange .their picnic at the park  give Peggy Connor a call to  rnjake arrangements.  / There was yet another church  picnic on the Saturday of June 7  at the Little Church of His  Presence on Redrooffs. Some  30 people attended including  some from other. Anglican  Parishes in Vancouver,  Bradner, Langley, Burnaby and  Tsawassen.  On the Sunday morning the  Rev. E.S. Gale baptised Halfmoon Bay baby Madison Grace  Lamb, daughter of David and  Susan Lamb and granddaughter  of Gordon and Betty Dixon of  Davis Bay and of Tom Lamb of  Sechelt. Great grandmother is  Jean Ottoway of Thunder Bay,  Ontario. Four generations were  present at the baptism.  camp at Camp Olave this past  ___J_Pf* K GT1 d  WELCOME MELISSA  John and Ann Hammond of  Garden Bay have a new  daughter, Melissa Ann, who  joins her three big brothers  James, Adam and Max. Wei-  come to Pender Harbour,  Melissa.  LOCAL BUSINESS ^  I'm always urging peoplfrtp  shop locally. This means money  stays on the Coast if not iri.the  Harbour itself, and jobsyare  created for us. However, I dfon't  mean to imply that we should  be satisfied with inferior serviipes  or products! Merchants -&id  tradespeople need to satisfy ;$ytr  needs in order to keep ;pj&r  business. (;*����  Rob and Janice at the IGA  are continuing Peter's figh��*tp  get better produce shipped fjorii  their supplier, and tWngs*||e  improving! If you haven't been  in to see the store, pleased-.  Your patronage and comn-jshts  are needed to help them <$$$$  the best produce and selection  that they possibly can. Gre^-  volume means lower prices; too.  So buy locally, and insist on the  best! That's the way to bring  prosperity to the Harbour!  DON'T FORGET  Garden Bay Triathlon July  13. You'll need to be in good  shape for this demanding course  of swim, cycle and run. All  armchair athletes like me can  just cheer on the competitors.  Call Ron Johnson for more information, 883-2674.  Garden Bay Restaurant is  now open for your dining  pleasure. Drop in and enjoy  good food with a superb harbour view.  Driving friends around jthe-  Harbour? Stop at Irvine's Landing for refreshments.       ' ���. .  VOYAGE EN FRANCE      ;  Two of the young travellers  who toured France at Easter  have been showing the results of  their trip with slides and talks:.  Suzanne Wilson and Jennifer  Jones spoke to the school board  at its meeting at Halfmoon Bay  on June 10, and visited the  Royal Canadian Legion],  Branch 112 on June 16. <  At the Legion, ,these two  poised young ladies "reported oh  their visit to the D-Day beaches  ih: Normandy, and the wreath  laying ceremony that the group  planned and carried out at the  Canadian cemetery at Arro-  manches. A framed picture of  the cemetery and the group during its visit was presented to the  Legion. Sincere thanks from  Branch 112 to Jennifer and  Suzanne for their excellent  presentation. .  GRAD'86 !  Pictures and a report next  week on the ceremonies ai  Pender Harbour Secondary!  Congratulations and best wishes  to the class of '86 from one of  the class of '66! .  Ring Repair Event  Are the claws worn thin?  Are the side stones secure't  Is the centre stone secure!  Is the shank worn thin?  Special Savings Now in Effect  all thru July  Claws Checked & Karat Gold  Jewelry Cleaned FREE  RING  SIZING  HALF  SHANKS  Made Smaller  Now $8  Reg. Price $12  30i off  Made Larger  $10-$ 14  Reg. $76 -$20  Eg. Reg. $60  Sale $42  CLAW  RETIPP1NG  Sale $26  for 4 claws  Reg. Price  $44  for. 4 claws  KARAT GOLD CHAIN SOLDER  Sale $6  Fri., June 27  MR. KURT STOIBER, A EUROPEAN JEWELRY  DESIGNER WITH 25 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE,  WILL BE ON HAND TO DISCUSS YOUR PERSONAL NEEDS IN GOLD JEWELRY DESIGN.  Jeannie's Gifts & Gems  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons       886-2023 *"-'.vvtftrAA. .rvr--. .1.-.-r?. ���  .JT^.  ..:_��.  Coast News, June 23,1986  f  We're all celebrating  CANADA DAY'  and you're invited!!  Come & join the  celebration  Saturday, June 28th  SIDEWALK SALE  Bargains  Galore  ��&ll_.��  W t  i  ! ��-.���   ���  4 ��� ��� ���  See pages 8 through 11  for all the SAVINGS!!  ii  II  .j  1  ii'  i 1  \  ��   1  J r. _ .-- ''  1��  aos*.  :_J !���  no b:-  :_���:���'.: ���  - in Trail Bay and the Dock. Parking at  Teredo Square and next to the Village Cafe.  The Mini Mob  :TheyG.G.';s .-,;r,..       ....,,.,,    ,y.",";/'\';'  Signi Murgatroyd & Ken Dalgleish  Sechelt Pipe Band & Dancers  Otto Pilot  Steve White & Jack Inglis  Hal Aubin  John Marion  Lip Sync Acts  Andrea Robilliard & Tod Richard  FEATURE  ATTRACTION!  Cake Cutting  Ceremony  celebrating  Canada Day  at The Dock NOOil >-f.  Brought in by '  The Pipe Band  Face Painting  by Kirstin  tlaft*  y Colouring Books  it Pins  y Balloons  Available at  Participating  Merchants  cMlS    AH Vintage  Transportation  invited to display their vehicles in the mall  parking lot, behind Trail Bay Sports.  *OTORCYCUs  ���SP,  PUPPET SHOW  approx. 2:00 in the mall...approx. 3:00 at the Teredo Walkway  PRESENTED BY  The  CHANTS  SECHELT  e and Join the party  in beautiful  DOWNTOWN SECHELT 8.  Coast News, June 23,1986  A  Hr"  tt-_j  '���$  1  I  1  -6  __  Sir  5  5.  ��� _>  _���  i."  *���_  _?'���'  *_  SUNDAYS  Enjoy leisurely shopping  on Cowrie Street  every Sunday this Summer  ALL THESE STORES WILL BE OPEN  FROM 11 a.m.  TILL 4 p.m.  GGWRIE STREET, SECHELT  SECHELT  STREET  [MERCHANTS  Sechelt Bottle Depot  &  expaiw  ��V  E-RIINll  e  $m$mop  I  1  e  Come in and check us out! |  |  2 litre       $ 1.25  Special  plus deposit  K Reg. M.49  s  ;  i  .  1  1  (  1  . _  ii  l!  ii  Oneida's Great  Open Stock iSale  40% OFF  on all open stock pieces in 24 of Oneida's finest  silverplate and stainless tableware patterns.  It happens only once a year, so this is the perfect time  to replace lost or worn pieces or to. start a new service.  qCITCHEM  CARNIVAL  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Open Monday - Saturday  u  MORE  CANADA DAY  SPECIALS  9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m  885-3611  1  11  P  A6��  ,cy>!  ^  \^  J<  At last  from Inglis  home appliances,  a microwave oven  that fits into your life perfectly  Choose between  microwave and  microwave- '  convection models  and from a variety y  of sizes from  compacts to full  sized units. There  is even a model  that fit's neatly over  the range.  All so  technically  advanced yet so  simple to use, that  even a child can  use them.  All backed by a  comprehensive  warranty.  Inqlia  Home Appliances  6/3 WARRANTY  Parts �� Labour  6 years ��� magnetron tube/3 years  system.  At last...microwave ovens that make sense,  from Inglis Home Appliances.  entire  Coast Appliances  at the Dock on Cowrie St.  Sechelt  885-3318  i^itil|li1; in our ''new stored cotitiht��iieC^itH:lh.ese-JS'uperi p  r_ fl .Q-^fes35iL.   _!'___: __ _ _- :'#> ...        _V_    V..:;.,. y     y : ..'     :   -.   ."       *; I  spiecials:  ���p  Sun Rype Blup,|abel  apple juice 250 mi...  Libby's Fancy  tomato juice   ^  Topifrost''  ice cream 4L.Pan...  3/.99  .99  3.88  MEAT  Grade A Beef  rump roasts  Boneless  ham steaks  Grade A Beef - Lean  short ribs  Imported Boneless  iamb legs  .6.59_3___SSI lb.  .739kg0**19 Ib.  .3.06kg I -u9 Ib.  7.69kgO*Q9 Ib.  PRODUCE  B.C. Green Leaf, Romaine  Read Leaf, Butter  lettuce 3/1.00  California  nectarines 1.30 kg.59 ��..,  B.C.  green onions or  radishes 4/1.00  California y  peaches 1.30 kg. 59/6  Betterbuy  margarine 4543m 2/.99  Money's ***%'  sliced mushrooms s     .69  Dutch Oven All Purpose  flow 10 kg.....:.]...........:.      .4.99  '4  .1  v V  'I  7-Up, Pepsi, Tonic,  Ale & more 750m/.......  .57  Plus Deposit  BAKERY  White or Wholewheat  pan buns pkg 01:12 1.53  Apple & Cinnamon  muffins a 1.99  apple strudel> 1 -99  Bavarian Cream '  turnovers 4/1.89  DELI  Sandwich Style  Sliced Cooked  ham  100 gm.......  Lyona  sausage wogm,  .89  .59  Rise n' Shine  lemonade crystals 3  Campbell's  tomato soup 6.   Kinsford  charcoal briquettes _>_   99  2/.79  3.99  Prices effective  June 24-28  Shop*  Easy  Trail Bay  Centre,  Sechelt  Save 50<�� at Shop Easy on  NABOB TRADITION  ground coffee     $  Mr. Dealer: Nabob Foods Limited will pay retail di^trib m   *rn���_  utors of our merchandise 50c plus 9.9c handling for W^^^ nack      :  each coupon redeemed by your customer against the       rt/v- iJ  purchase of one 369g pack of Nabob Tradition ground    3-99 Without Coupon  coffee. For redemption, mail to: Herbert A. Watts Ltd., P.O. Box 2140, Toronto,  Ontario M5W 1H1. Enter opposite No. 5 on coupon debit slip.  .:.-;'vl  ���:,:'*  ..'���_i  I  I  I  I 4-.'.: 7~;,:,:?>:-- ";f&_. _t;i X-1' ^;t**' '^^  Coast News, June 23,1986  9.  <  Hi  \1  7  IT'S ALL HAPPENING IN SECHELT  ^  ^  | 9^  ^?\>^  v^s  _<ve  \P*  ___MI&  CANADA DAY  WEEKEND  SPECIAL  Regular  HOT DOG  &P0P  (small)  $|35  P. J.  Refreshments  Cowrie St..  'Next to MacLeod's  AUTO AIR FILTERS  $l00Off  ALL SIZES IN STOCK  $300off  ALL RUBBER BOOTS  $500 off  ALL WORK BOOTS  ACLEOD  Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-2171  SELECTED  TOYS  at  CLEARANCE  PRICES  TRANSFORMER  RADIO  WATCHES  now $TT9 9  reg. $25.85  ������7'  j4��*<?  SPECIALS  on  TVS ��� SIEREOS  TV STANDS  All Bikes  reg. price  FREEZEPOPS  dm   pkg/   JLvO'/  Be sure to check our Sidewalk Specials!  WORKWEFsR WORLD'S  ���$*  _i..*___ �� .. j  2  TO%rOFF  MEN'S SPRING &  SUMMER  Example,    y;    '  PACIFIC TRADERS  SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS  49  were 24"    ���    "^^  TO CLEAR  ^3  '*  \  *&.%  '/',  W*iyry-.--y-- ��� t/iTiyiiii  ... a -.-/   _._. ���..���'".��  iV  ��__.  "'���Srt m,  _%  jr?.  llik'fMi,  y_^:. V  >,._���.  1ST QUALITY MEN'S  '/���,./ ���'  &,-/_-  #��_ %  $>  2,  ���W^*  $fc  :'^  I  to y2 OFF  MEN'S SPRING  OUTERWEAR  Example:  DERBY STYLE JACKETS  were  3998  TO  CLEAR  ��S-:_i  /A  ///<���  //  7//.'-  k��  ���ICE BLUE OR  STONEWASH  ��� EURO-STYLE  ��� W 26-38 IN GROUP  ih'  each  TERRA NOVA  8" HONEY CHEYENNE BOOT  Steel Toe        .  Acid & Oil Resistant Sole  sizes 7-12  Were  59.98  NOW  Sa\e  1ST QUALITY MEN'S  Sthnfields SUNBLAZER  T-SHIRT TOPS  ��� ASSORTED STYLES  ��� SIZES S, M, L, XL  each  were 9" each  how  �����WORK WEN?  m WORLD  We're working for you!  [MasterCard  Open Sundays11 am - 4 pm  8$5-585f  I        dowfi���> St. Sechett  I Buy 1 Banana Split  |     at the regular price and get      ���  ���   a second one for only 1�� more  I  [The  i Raven  [inn  I Cowrie &  j inlet, Sechelt ~     _  !_   6 am - 6 pi_,7 days a wtak   .���  The  SPINNING  WHEEL  Cowrie St.,  SECHELT  885-4522  ; _5umrnef.yY*arns  Cotton Club  & Jenny  $009  50 gm .,?���'��� *���*    ;  Be sure to see  our other  street and indoor  ;..;., ^specials ���;���  Paper Tole  Prints  Select a gift for  any occasion from  our locally crafted  items.  Cowrie St., Sechelt  Just across from  Sechelt Supermarket  885-2323  Sechelt  Produce  now has a  wide selection  of  PLANTS  at prices you  won't believe!  ��� Now featuring-  local  STRAWBERRIES  by the Basket or Flat  BEST QUALITY IN TOWN  Cowrie St., Sechelt Coast News, June 23,1986  . ���  I  6 ���  P  it.  S3  1  i!"_  4  UNDER THE YELLOW AWNING 5644 Cowrie St., SECHELT|  885-7767  Featuring Freybe's award winning meats, bacon,  domestic & imported cheeses, salads, sandwiches,  party trays, Greek olives.  DELI SPECIAL  Freybe's  BAVARIAN MEAT LOAF   s3.29 lb.  LOTS OF IN-STORE SPECIALS  New Hours  9:30-6:00  Mon. thru Sat  Sunday  11 am  - 4 pm  10% OFF Regular Prices for SENIORS.  Every Thursday  Canada  Day  Weekend  Coast  Comfort Gift  to every 10th customer.  Friday, Saturday and Sunday  v.  ^^^^-_k J_f_______  ���^^1 _p^^^^  ^^^^   '  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-2527  Ik /������                '       ���      .���;���-.....  ."'              '���    -            ���                          '-";''    ''������'���  Carefree  Country  Living  Sold here  If you're hankerin' to get back to nature,'  let us show you our many fine country-  homes, some with substantial acreage. We  have a good selection in all areas on the  Peninsula, many with outbuildings and  barns. For carefree country living, give us  a call today. We'll find the right home for  you at the best price.  885-3295  REALTY LTD  TRAIL BAY MALL   SECHELT  VAN. TOLL FREE 681-7931  to  50%  OFF  SELECTED  Fashions  Plus  Super  Sidewalk  Bargains  Northern Reflections - Loon Family  orders now taken at  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  885-7606  In a subscription edition,  orders may be taken now through Aug. 15  on prints of this Robert Bateman painting,  which was a gift of the Canadian Government  to Prince Charles on the occasion of his  wedding to Lady Diana.  885-7414  Home Delivery  pizza  Small  Medium  Large  $950      $1225    $1600  Mushroom - Pepperoni - Salami - Ham - Green Pepper  $095  2  SHACK  BURGER     2 Patty's - Ham - Cheese  Lettuce - Tomato - Onion - Pickles  ....  SECHELT PHARMASAVE 173  See our flyer  in this week's  Coast News  for more jgreat  savings.  Selected  CRYSTAL  PRICE  .���'<_  TOY SALE  $2.99  many more bargains -  Come on in!  s~~  fc*  fail*  iri.niniiiiTiiTiH^  ���^:X��l::y};X-.','^-!'iW.:w  60% OFF  TALL SHIRTS  ___  DRESS PANTS  BLAZERS & SPORTS JACKETS  reg. $139.50  QX   BELTS & SHORTS  $J00  v".      .     .   r">*l  LOUNGING  PYJAMAS  .?_:_  $  reg. $65.00  00  Other uhadyertised speQials! ^���.-c:,t.j>^v-- .  Stf, _../���_.���...-.w."-.  -'-��v*_ i^^A-V^(^?v.'^>T^;^<'.^'i.':''-'  .. -*>;-��. Ar_!'^ v  'j^^:-��'Aht&,.-f-Ci--y-\  Coast News, June 23,1986  .*_  '�� The merchants of Sechelt,  |both on Cowrie Street and in  |the Trail Bay Centre, have  ^started a pleasant tradition of  ^celebrating Canada Day with  /lots to do for all members of the  '; family.'������  j- Last year there were street  '^musicians, clowns, jugglers and  Ml the balloons, popcorn and  Sceremony one could wish for.  I   This year's celebrations pro-  |mise to be bigger and better  |/.ith entertainment and shopping opportunities galore. If you  *vvere in Sechelt last year, you'll  certainly want to come back to  |ee this year's line-up of fun.  #  There's an impressive line-up  bf music from the Mini-Mob, to  ihe G.G.'s, Signi Murgatroyd  and   Ken   Dalgleish   and  the  ^Sechelt Pipe Band and Dancers.  0tto Pilot will be there along  jmth Steve White and Jack Inglis, Hal Aubin, John Marion,  JAndrea   Robilliard   and   Tod  ijRichard, not to forget the ever  popular Lip Sync acts.  You'll be able to catch these  shows throughout the day as the  musicians wander between the  Dock, the Trail Bay Centre and  Teredo Square. Fashion is fun  and there'll be a show to delight  and entice you to try some new  and exciting designs.  Kids are always a welcome  part of any cdebration and.  they're not forgotten - there'll  be colouring books, pins and  balloons, free at participating  merchants.  Face painting, always a hit,  will be provided by Kirsten, and  what with the flags, the clowns  and the enticing food vendors,  it will be easy to spend a whole  day browsing and being entertained.  To add to the occasion, all  those who have vintage  transport, whether it be a car or  a bike, a carriage or a motorcy  cle, are invited to bring their  vehicles along to the parking lot  behind the Trail Bay Sports  store. This will be in keeping  with 1986's emphasis on  transportation in its different  forms.  Parents will be pleased to  know too that there's a Puppet  Show planned, at 2 p.m. in the  mall and at 3 p.m. in Teredo  Walkway. Puppets are a tried  and true way of delighting a  child of any age* so mark the  time - maybe you can catch  them both!!  In the tradition of all well-;  remembered birthday parties,  there'll ba a cake too - brought  in by the Pipe Band at Noon to  The Dock - and a chance for  everyone to share a slice.  Canada Day is a day to  remember our country and a  day to join with neighbours and  friends in wishing each other  and this splendid land a happy  and prosperous year ahead.  ~��.  Good Food Store  In "The Dock" Cowrie Street,  Sechelt  885-9063 ^^g^a**^  Last year's Canada Day celebrations in Sechelt were exciting and lots of fita, despite the indeme  weather. There were musicians and clowns, crafts and herbs, wind sox and barbecues. The whole Villain  bustled with visitors and gave the day a festive air that suited the occasion perfectly. This year's ce_eb_S  tions promise to be even better, so come ont on Saturday, June 23 and helo Sechelt sav "Hannv        "  day, Canada". W^T?  i 4iiiqpipjM^. i yMMi-jM M ..mi, ,.    i,    j ^ihm iiijijt ,UJ,i, njjmi-jijnii.  *&.  Special  Canadian  Medium  Chedder  100 gm  (Reg. 96* 100 gm)  Tri-Phofo  Guarantees Low Prices  ...we will compete with any Vancouver Camera Store  that offers the Canadian Warranty on cameras, lenses  and binoculars. If you're not buying your photographic  equipment and supplies from Trl-Photo it's costing you  too much.  Summer Dresses  Spring Jackets  Bathing Suits  o  OFnF  ^^^^fe_s_  --y*  _^��  t;yw  i??y?  Ladie's selected  Jeans  25% to50% Off  Minolta  Maxxum  5000  BODY $440  PRICE      _����������.  .4��_  Let us show you the Minolta Autofocus Camera  with it's complete lineup of autofocus lenses.  50 mm (normal)   T8  35-70 zoom  28-85 zoom  100-200 zoom  70-210 zoom  '188  288  There are many more  photos than appear in  the paper, and you can  choose them from the  . contact sheets at the  The Sunshine  CruiceLanie  Gibsons  Cowrie St  Sechelt  __C2JB  1$_  Mi  ^__  v&  %��,*.  9kM��  %_.  _si.  _, f��'  M?kk.  .s y  \    .'.APRICE  Boy's  Tube Socks  3 pr. pack  reg. $4.99  1800 flash *98  Sale ends June 28th  Tr [���Photo  "NEXT DAY FILM SERVICE"  Teredo Square, Sechelt 885-2882  _�����-'  More m  Savings!  Pages 8 &9  I  plastic  BIRD BATH  $A 44  reg. $6.99   ft  plastic  SWAN PLANTER  SC88  reg. $8.49    O  ^^mmmiLWl^MmWLWM's>\  mmsstiKi  .4  k___St-frv;.,. ...; v *   -,-, -.   ->v <r "*-������-     '--^  Bock Am**  Boeh  WELCOMES  SUMMER  CASH SALES  ��� Usfed Paperbacks  ��� Good Trades Welcome  .  Lots of Current  Best Sellers  PLUS Robert Ludlum  Lawrence Saunders  Catherine Cookson  Dalderfield  Pearl S. Buck  .   LouisVAmour  Stephen King  Autobiographies    Non-Fiction  Scierrce Fiction      Sea Sagas  Canadian Authors   westerns  Now Open  Mono through Sat  10:00'til 4  :?.'.V  _...  P3& _  I  ������  I  I  I  8  I  I  I  I  I  WHY NOT RENT A MOVIE T0MQHT?  WE RENT RECORDERS TOO!  COUPON OFFER!!    ���   "" "  RENT 1W0 MOVIES  QeHhethiti  Movie FR����!  WHEN YOU PRESENT THIS COUPON  Pacific�� PSiormocy  TEREDO SQUARE, SECHELT 885-9614      | I>t��l^l ��M  .|r^ll|^^i.>.^,.(^^..^.i,.Wl^lJp^_^.^|M|<t^^^p|llW^^  12.  JSoast News, June23,1986  W-i'',~'Vk%)i'2i',>  1  I  A  Len Wray, right, has retired, but he came back to the office to congratulate Bill Glassford when the company won the Allied 1985  Quality Service Award - CFB Tippet Division. This award is  perceived as being the most prestigious within the Van Line. Len  Wray Transfer Limited has been in business for 19 years, and Bill  has been there for almost 16 of them. "Now we have to find a wall  h _avy enough to hang this marble," quipped Bill.  George    in    Gibsons  Kinsmen meet  by George Cooper, 886-8520  IjOn June 14 the K-40 club of  Gfbsons received its charter  from Past District Governor  Jim Dunlop at a gathering at the  YMCA and the new members,  graduates from Kinsmen, received their pins, badges and  certificates. Presentations came  from the K-40 club of North  Vancouver and other individuals. Tom Smith was installed as the first Gibsons K-40  president.  jThe executive of the Gibsons  Kinsmen was installed in office  on the same evening by Deputy  Governor Harvey Brooks and  Kinette Co-ordinator Judy  Cjhaisson.  j Kinsmen president for this  coming year is B^rry Stein, past  president is Ray cle Graff; vice-  president, Don Burrows; secre-;  t4ry, Kevin White; treasurer,  John Dennis; registrar, Paul  C)ay.  Of the 14 members of the  club when it received its charter  March 15, 1949, three are still  residents on the Sunshine  Coast. There's Harry Smith and  Laurie Speck of Gibsons, and  Reg Godfrey of Granthams.  The secretary in 1950 was Dr.  Hugh Inglis.  7. The members' wives were  always there to help in Kinsmen  projects and were soon organized officially as Kinettes on  January 18, 1956.  y Kinsmen projects have  always added something practical to the community or  responded to some need. One of  their first was the supplying of  resuscitation boards for all the  public docks from Hopkins to  Madeira Park in 1950, and one  pf the most recent, a heart  monitor machine for the Gibsons clinic in February, 1985.  Projects, of course, have to  be preceded, and followed, by  money-raising events. A fish  derby in 1950 ran afoul of the  Lord's Day Act and had to be  postponed to the Labour Day  Monday with the loss of some  participants. Nevertheless $125  was cleared and the prize fish  sent to the Crippled Children's  Hospital in Vancouver.  On the inauguration of the  Black Ball car ferry service to  Gibsons on August 11, 1951,  the Kinsmen printed and sold  programs - to   the   "biggest"  crowd Gibsons ever had.  In 1952 the club co-sponsored  the first radio broadcast in Gibsons - a CKWX amateur hour.  And so it went - Halloween  shell-outs, concessions at the  Fall Fair, swim classes at Armour's beach, tennis and other  activities for youth, blood  donor clinics, the Mothers'  March, and the big effort of  building the Kinsmen Health  Center (now the Library and  Marine Room). The Hon. Eric  Martin opened the Health  Centre along with Kinsmen  Norm Peterson and Eric Prittie.  At first, meetings were held  over supper at the Mariner cafe  or at Danny's Dining Room and  then in 1953 a clubhouse - a  bunkhouse barged from Port  Mellon - was set up on land  leased from the Anglican  Church. The site in lower Gib-  ' sons was known for years as  Kinsmen Park but is now officially Dougal Park.  The present building, erected  in 1978, has provided meeting  space for groups of seniors and  others, as well as the Kinsmen.  GRADS DO WELL  Maureen Forsyth, daughter  of Tucker and Donna Forsyth  of Gibsons, graduated this May  from the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon with the  degree of Doctor of Veterninary  Medicine.  Maureen did two years of  study at U Vic, followed by one  year in UBC prior to the four  years at Saskatoon.  Maureen, an Elphinstone  grade, is at present on staff at a  Calgary animal clinic.  Michelle Hanson, a 1984  Elphi grad, completed the Nanny program at Kwantlen College in Richmond this past  March.  Michelle had the highest standing in her class and from a  number of offers chose employment in Kerrisdale. Michelle  hopes to continue studies in  Child Education at Kwantlen.  LOCAL WIT  Eavesdroppings at the coffee  break in Gibsons. Two citizens  discussing possible changes in  local governments, "We're just  mushrooms to these local  authorities."  "Mushrooms?"  "Yeah, they keep us in the  dark and up to our necks in  horse manure." r  Kiwanis Home  by Rosemary Fay  A large turn out of members  and guests attended a dinner  meeting on June 18 at Andy's  Restaurant, which was. the final  meeting of the Gibsons Kiwanis  Care Home before the summer  break. A delicious meal was enjoyed by all. Flowers were  presented toeach lady from the  residents of the Home and two  lovely bouquets were given by  the Kiwanis Club of Gibsons.  . These, and other gifts, helped  to make this a most special occasion and our thanks to the  Gibsons Kiwanis Care Home,  residents and Kiwanis Club for  helping tb make it so.  A  brief meeting was con  ducted and president Marge  Wheeler reminded everyone of  the Berry Tea to be held on  Saturday, July 19 between 1:30  and 3:30. Helpers will be needed, and those wishing to help,  please contact Judy Holding.  Also before Marge wished us  all a happy summer, she  reminded us of the Christmas  Bazaar and the need for items to  be made for that event. Cathy  Baxter said a few words on  behalf of Hans Grossman and  the residents to thank us for our  efforts during the past season,  especially in regards to the purchase of the mini bus.  The next meeting will be held  on Wednesday, September 17  and until then, a happy and  sunny summer to all members.  California Green & Red  SEEDLESS fiRAP_3...Sr*,�����* -98  Hawaiian 1  PINEAPPLES ea. 1.18  California  BUNCH CARROTS __ .58  California  CORN ON THE COB 3/. 88  Florida  TOMATOES taut.* .58.  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Fresh Pork  SPARE  RIBS  Back Rib Tail  Delicaseas - Sea Chef  CRAB $  x  Blend of King Crab and .    ,, 9t  Select Pacific Pollock    kg 1JZ1  IT WASN'T HUNGER,  it couldn't have been. After all, I'd just engulfed a huge helping of  lasagne, broccoli, salad, not to mention the red wine. Perhaps that was  what it was - even if it was blackberry. I just had this yen for more so I  made a dreadful mistake. I thumbed through this recipe book of  luscious desserts and there it was, the perfect answer to an Italian style  meal - Roman cheese cake. If ever there was something that forced you  into a larger size of clothing this is it. Join me - please!  ROMAN CHEESE CAKE  1/4 cup unsalted butter  1 cup sugar  250 grams cream cheese  1 cup creamed cottage cheese  2 tablespoons honey  1/2 cup whipping cream  1 teaspoon vanilla essence  5 eggs, separated  1/3 cup flour  100 grams chopped almonds  TOPPING  1/4 cup brown sugar  1 teaspoon cinnamon  50 grams flaked almonds  2 tablespoons icing sugar  1. Cream butter and sugar.  2. Add cheeses and beat well.  3. Beat in honey, cream, vanilla, yolks and flour.  4. Beat egg whites until stiff and fold into mixture together with chopped almonds.  5. Lightly oil a spring form pan and sprinkle with topping ingredients.  6. Pour in cake batter and bake in centre of oven at 325 degrees F for  one hour. Turn off heat and cool in oven.  7. Remove from spring form pan when cool. Dredge with icing sugar  before serving and garnish with strawberries or fresh raspberries.  Then go for a long brisk walk!  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For information and business opportunity on Herballfe  products please contact  886-3908  883-2898  885-3140  tickets now at Ken's  ta^ummmmmmimmimmimmmiii ���f-�� i inn. ��t#wv��f nup^iiiwiiMyinry  ^���VWfW^wywn-  NUPHW  MI||l��.ajU H_M|*Vli>Pr_l.l  r-^F^M^f. ynM in  "fq?l~^Y<9_.*~FS  gynjgpujipwwyiwaytBiyw  _��?.���  Coast News, June 23,1986  ?!^_i.iiiSKWIaEffilE^B^��  by Peter Trower  Linda Fox, left, and Susan Wolpert were at the Arts Centre on  Saturday for the opening of their show. Linda's sculpture and  Susan Wolpert collages will be on show until July 6. Hours are  Wednesday to Saturday, 11 to 4 and Sunday, 1 to 4. ���Pat Tripp photo  At the Arts Centre  Bargain paradise  Few of us can resist a bargain  and this year's Second Annual  Arts Centre Rummage Sale promises to be a bargain hunter's  heaven!  Last week, organizers  gathered for a preliminary pricing session and report that the  donations accumulated to date  are wild and wonderful. But in  addition to the hand painted  turkey plates and the china poodle sachet holder and other col-  lectables, the more practically  minded will find an excellent  selection of hand and power  tools, housewares and appliances, "how to" books,  sheets and pillow cases, camping gear and more.  This event is one of tlfe Arts  Council's major annual fund,  raisers and it is just such events  which keep non-profit organizations afloat. So for a good time,  a good bargain, and a good  cause be at the Arts Centre June  28 at 10 a.m.  ART EXPOSURE  The Art Council's summer  Art Exposure program is going  strong with a great crowd showing up for the Jazz presentation  on June 22 and a good number  of painting enthusiasts registered for the Watercolour  Workshop on July 8 and 9.  There is still time to get in on  Lindy Leblanc's slide show on  "Jewellery through the Ages"  and Kathleen Wells' all day  workshop, "Oil.-��� Painting for  Pleasure" on July 3. There is no  age restriction on. either of  these; For . information call  885-5412 or 886-9022.  Garden Glub news  by Marguerite  The Gibsons Garden Club  enjoyed the shdesajicllecture 'on>:  mushrooms. oh V Thursdayy.b jf  Mr. Jeff Chilton. Mushrooms;  are   becoming   more. ��� j&ptilar *  now.   There   are   numerous  varieties  all  over  the  world,  some of which can be grown in  our own gardens. His book the  "Mushroom   Cultivator"  should be read first. Enquiries  Box 1793, Gibsons.  It would seem that mulching  of leaves, grass cuttings and  especially hay or straw of six inches enriches the soil, keeps the  moisture, the weeds, can't sur-  .-vive^the.__arthworms have;'a  :tfielid^iay|K^1tl]^  . ithat the e_irthibiepomes rich and  ..fhafoleyy ;': :...-..;.��� y  Ruth Stout for 30 years used  no manure, no poison for bugs,  no pesticides, did no digging,  hoeing, weeding or other back  breaking chores, and only used  a trowel.  Enjoy Gardening  Several years before, I had  written a blues-type song about  the logging camps but had never  done anything with it. Now I  dug out the abortive lyric and  rewrote it. Terry dreamed up a  compelling tune and it worked  like a bird.  THE SKY  AND THE SPLINTERS  Sometimes at night when the  mood is right  a knock comes...but nobody  enters  except old ghosts J knew  on the Coast  between the sky  and the splinters.  ... s  There's mad Finn Billy -  Grandaddy Tough  panicky Tightline Flanders  Fullbore Dan and  Marlinspike Stan  between the sky  and the splinters.  / never heard men who could  curse so well ,,  as those quarrelsome  choker-benders  they were poets of oath in  the undergrowth  between the sky  and the splinters.  Tfiere'sfog and blizzard and  toughluck skies  that curse back fire when it  thunders  then spit down rain like a  ruptured main  between the sky  and the splinters  And sometimes laughter honest  and loud  springs like coin from  the minters  the day grows glad and she  ain't all bad ���;,'���.  between the sky  and the splinters.  The inkslinger's toting your  l  money up ���      ;\ y,^  it'lVpuy the king of all tenders  The thought is-sweet"and.  gulp it neat  between the sky  and the splinters  Who gives a damn when you 've  dropped your wad  in the till at the liquor vendors?  that you'll come back sore to  sweat some more  between the sky  and the splinters.  I meet them still in  logging-camp dreams  my ornery sidehill mentors  We laugh and curse for better  or worse  between the sky  and the splinters.  But the game's gone bust  the donkey's rust  we've sold our youth to the  vinters  the last hill's crossed and the  past lies lost  between the sky  and the splinters.  Trower/Cowderoy c. 1980  In addition to the songs,  Terry began composing musical  backgrounds for many pf my  non-metrical poems that were  not suitable for singing. We  began to work towards a repertoire that was roughly half  songs and half orchestrated  poems. Other musicians began  dropping by and an actual band  came into being. We called it -at  Terry's suggestion - Industrial  Accident.  In addition to Terry and  myself, the group consisted of  my old friend, Rocky Zantolas,  rhythm guitar and vocals; Sam  Dill, local painting contractor,  rhythm guitar and harp; ai__  Barry Krangle, teacher, actor  and boxing instructor on  drums. Barry and Sam were  friends of Terry's. I conscripted  Rocky. He and I had dabbled in  the music business before and. I  had written him a couple of  songs. Now the time seemed  ripe to try and pull everything  together - in Terry's words:  "Go for it."  Brent Mitten, who had got  the ball rolling in the first place,  took no active role inthe group.  PSSP  No Channel Ten  Due to Elphinstone and Chatelech Graduation  cememonies and staff holiday there will be no scheduled programing thi^week. Oiir next productions will be Elphie Grad  July 2 and Chatelech Gradfluly 3. Both shows will start at 7  p.m. "y   ���;#'. \kk--'k%y.  GIBSQNS  LEGION  Branch #109  WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT  L  Friday, June 27  CATFISH WILLIE  Saturday, June 28  ART AND JIM  Varied pr^  by Leslie MacFarlane  Two extremely varied yet  equally interesting writers will  be lecturing in Sechelt this  August, Ms. Helen Chestnut  and Ms. Hilary Stewart.  Helen Chestnut is a gardening expert who writes upwards  of ten columns per week for  such newspapers as The Times-  Colonist, The Province, The  Winnipeg Free Press and The  Copley News Service as well as  another regional daily.  She has travelled extensively  throughout Europe, the Middle  East and Africa, finally settling,  on Vancouver Island with hey;  husband (a well-known newspaper editor) Patrick.  She will be giving a talk entitled "Green Journalism" so if  you're tired of drooping tomato  plants or bald fig trees, this is a  lecture you shouldn't miss.  Hilary Stewart is an outstanding writer on Northwest Coast  Indian cultures and she will be  giving a very interesting lecture  on Indian crafts.  Abandoning a 14 year career  in television design, she pursued  her first love, Northwest Coast  Indian archaeology.  Due to her excellent research  and illustrations, she has thus  far won two awards - one for a  book on Indian art and another,  her most recent, on the natives'  use of the cedar tree.  , Obviously. She does it well!  Helen Chestnut and Hilary  Stewart will both be appearing  at the Festival of the Written  Arts in Sechelt, Friday, August  15 (Helen Chestnut) and Saturday, August 16 (Hilary  Stewart). For tickets and more  information please contact the  Shadowbaux in Sechelt.  tts&SG&V????^  LOOK  WHArS NEW  at  GRAMMA'S PUB  ��� NEW Summer Hours  10 am -12:30 am  Sundays 11 am -12 midnight  ��� LIGHT LUNCHES from $295  ��� FRESH SEAFOOD in season  ��� Daily. Beverage Specials  AND  GRAMMA'S COLD BEER & WINE STORE  is OPEN EVERY DAY 11-11  886-8215  Gibsons Harbour  across from Molly's Reach  ��33_Xg__3&_^^  Where's Annie?  Driftwood II doesn't know  where Annie is but would dearly  like to find her for their summer  production of Alan Ayck-  bourn's hilarious comedy,  "Table Manners". Our original  Annie is otherwise occupied for  the summer and - hopefully  -"Table Manners" will be part  of Summer Play Parade, August 1 - 20.  If you would like to be our  new Annie please attend a play  reading of "Table Manners" at  Barry Krangle's house, Beach  Avenue, Roberts Creek at 7:30  p.m., Wednesday, June 25. If  you would like further information please phone Nest Lewis,  886-7573.  He was still in the process of  learning to play guitar and did  not feel qualified. But he remained an ardent booster and  wrote our first review when we  finally went public.  But there was much wood-  shedding to be done before Industrial Accident was ready to  face a live audience. Most of the  rehearsals took place at my  house and the living room  became a jungle of equipment  -mostly borrowed: two enormous column speakers, a drum-  set, a space-echo box, various  mikes, guitars and cables. It was  like living on the stage at the  Commodore. On rehearsal  nights, the place shook to its  rickety foundations and my  poor cat sought sanctuary in the  neighbour's yard. (Fortunately,  the neighbours were only summertime visitors.)  Gradually and noisily, we  began to get our act together.  We were encouraged in our  musical efforts by Susie  Whiten, former lead singer with  the Barrelhouse Blues Band.  Yvonne and I had got to know  Susie the previous summer  when she was working the Sunshine Coast and we had become  good friends. Susie, a  powerhouse blues belter in the  old tradition, was now working  as a single. She sat in on a couple of bur sessions and suggested we do a concert together  when we got our material  organized. Terry and the others  agreed that this would be a great  way to launch the anomalous,  untested blend of poetry and  blues into which Industrial Accident was evolving.  To be continued  > Sechelt Legionli;  iFrh June^fe 6:30 jpjlj  J Sat. JusiiitafflO IP-  # Rules  #Danclng'"y-y"y'r:-;:::;:|p  Casino Equipment Suppiie!Bfi  ��� by ABC CASINO |gf  ���'..." 886-3351  'v. i|l  Proceeds to.: :., ;-pp  Jack &, Jill Preschool-^  \A '$2.00f'.j|  2\m^sad      admission!*  at the door':*  -1>.��.3  trot*0'  a<*a  Fashion  Show & Sale  July 9  6-10 p.m.  Greenecourt Hail  Sechelt  ��� Bathing suits  ��� Skirts  ��� Shorts  ��� Air Brushed  T-Shirts  ��� Pants  ��� Dresses  ��� Men's Shirts  Tickets at The Bookstore, Sechelt  Seaview Market, Roberts CreekS^  Don's Shoes, Gibsons. 'r>'M'���'���  ;.. > .  ��� For your entertainment  ���  Sunday -family Night     starting June 29th  y_  ������������'I  Guest Hosts  Ken Gustafson & Steve Elliot  COME JOIN IN!  ��� ������/;.-  '.   ,___.<\..<*_-t.'_;..  .--'��� 4___?j__r. A! O*._ ' <..�����*�����/,   .'���B��t'.i'   -< T _>.. V-...:-.      W,    ;<  .^.____^ff_. _a___T____g.y___k.-____V-v,_ __F__T.____���.-.(J��t'-1��i.'.iJ' ���. .  Notice Board  Canada Day Bike Rally - July 1, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Entrants 15 years and older"  begin at Brothers Park and finish at Holland Park. Children's entrants begin  at DougalPark and finish at Holland Park. PRIZES!! Free ice cream and cake.  Sponsored by the Elphinstone Pioneer Museum.  North Vancouver Naturopath John Matsen (Phil Manson) will be speaking at  Granthams Hall (on Elphinstone Ave.) June 25 at 5 p.m. The subject: How  the Human Body Functions from a Naturopathic Perspective. A discussion  will follow. For further information call 886-8480.  Walk with Ruth - Free - Bring your husband, family and leashed dog and have  a pleasant walk. Monday- Wednesday evenings, 6:30 p.m. from the Fitness  Centre.  Order of the Eastern Star Holiday Time! Summer Time Tea coming July 5,2-4 at  the Masonic Hall in Roberts Creek. ���     ���'    " ���  Flea Market Shorncliffe Auxiliary, July 6, Indian. Band Hall. Bring items at 9  a.m. No clothes or large items. For information call Jean Whittaker, 885-7544.  Winnipeg Girls' Choir at St. Hilda's Church Hall on Sunday, July 6, 7:30 p.m.  Admission by donation.  St. Aidan's Church, R.C. Road will hold an Evensong & Eucharist service the  first Sunday in the month.  Pepsi-Wilson Minor Tennis League. In Gibsons and Sechelt, June 30 to July 10  and in Pender Harbour July 14 to 31. Register now: Don's Shoes, Trail Bay  Sports, Centre Hardware. 883-2854.  m  m  .   . ���  fy  I  __________R_B________I ^The local band Slim and the Pickups had the job last Saturday to warm up the audience for Doug and  Slugs. And they did just that. Lee Taylor - rhythm and vocals; Carol Carlton - vocals; Doug Topper -lead  58u^for; Denny James -base guitar; and Mike Smeaton- drums. See story. ���BradBenson photo  M  dl  concert  ^r0^;pro^  by Brad Benson  W^the-- first major rock concert  featuring the top hit. bahd,-  Doug and the Slugs, was held in  the Sechelt Arena last Saturday  night and drew an audience in  excess of 1000 people from all  ages and areas of the Sunshine  Co-ist.  Sponsored by the Sea Lions  in aid of founding a football  league on the Coast, the eyent  was! competently staged and  successful at every level.  ,_yluch credit must go to the  organizers. Of note was the sensible arrangement where liquor  .regulations   on   site   allowed  ^MriinorS and non-minors to mix  socially,   but   were   still  noured. Alcohol was served  I in two designated and tightly  controlled lbcatipnf, but.  everyone could mix together in  the open areas, including the  main floor where the bands  tAfyed.:y:-yyykki'-y'J y:':* -k  Tuesday.    .       .      "   'r--  Thursday; 110:00-4p.m.  .Saturday-;        ,\f:3��-Ap.m: \\  ��Tci��VTiKf_E i/"00 -4p m: //  With minor exceptions, every  facet of the evening had been  well thought out ahead of time  and there was plenty of people  power backing up the food and  alcohol concessions. Security  was well staffed too, and included the presence:of many  RCMP officers who seemed to  be enjoying the evening as much  as anyone.  The music started off with a  warm-up band that most people  on the Coast will recognize,  Slim and the Pickups. The  members of this band have been  around the music scene a long  time and were obviously enjoying playing with top quality  sound systems to such a large  audience. Their music was clear  and strong and their well-  executed   rhythms   had   large  numbers' of the audience up and  dancing.  Doug and the Slugs was not  only good music, but good  entertainment. These guys are  clearly pros. Doug, who is clearly in charge of things out there,  has a tremendous talent for connecting with his audience, and  the Slugs were giving their all to  make great music. Together,  they have the magic to create a  fascinating, worthwhile show.  It's no mistake that many of  their songs have found their  way onto the list of top hits.  The Sea Lions have to be  congratulated for bringing such  a great evening to the Sunshine  Coast and for showing everyone  the potential of the Sechelt  Arena. If their football league is  as well organized as this concert/dance, its future is assured.  ;(^itpJ:^|p^p<5i  There was good news for  School District 46 last week  when it was,announced that a  capital funding grant of  .$125,000 has been awarded fo|  site development and plans fo|  the new Halfmoon Bay Elemeri.  tary School,.;   y y 'v  The Ministry pif Education  made the;announcement in a  news release last Monday and  Secretary-treasurer   Roy   Mills  confirmed it" in conversation  With the Coast News later in the  week. \-y .'-;.;.',"\ .'��� ���.'  "This means they haven't rejected us. They have accepted  W1 fc-KHity '6f' tHe-thiHfe;i,J'he  : said. ."We are npw in -aposition-i  to move forward, and when  they do give us the $1 million  needed to build the school we'll  be ready to move immediately."  Coast News, June 23,1986  15  lSKSfSMI|I'^0ll.a.i^  Sho r n c I i f f e at FI ea M ar ket  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  The Shorncliffe Auxiliary will  take part in the Sechelt Indian  Band Flea Market to be held in  the Indian Band Community  Hall on Sunday, July 6.  The auxiliary will have two  tables and those wishing to  donate to their tables it would  be appreciated if they would  take the items to the hall at 9  a.m. on the Sunday. Please, no  clothes or large items. If not  possible, a call to Jean Whit-  taker at 885-7544 will help.  SECHELT CHAMBER  OF COMMERCE HOSTS  Monday, June 9 J% Sechelt  and District Chamber of Commerce hosted the Elderhostel  visitors at an excellent Wine and  Cheese party.  This was held at Rockwood  Lodge where Brendon O'Keefe  had set out a fine repast that  was very much enjoyed by the  visitors and their host families  as well.  The setting of the long hall at  Rockwood lent itself beautifully  for such an occasion and much  impressed the visitors.  Quite a number of the  Chamber were on hand to meet  with the group.  SALUTE TO CANADA DAY  Merchants of the mall and  street will celebrate Canada Day  by a celebration in the streets  and mall on Saturday, June 28  starting at 11 a.m.  Successful candidates of the  election on June 21 have been  invited to come and meet the  public. There will be other  entertainment as well, music  will fill the air, a festive affair.  INTERESTED VETERANS  Of interest to the veterans in  the area, the Area Counsellor  from DVA will be at the Sechelt  Legion on Wednesday, June 25.  Please call 885-3486 or 885-2526  for an appointment.  WINNIPEG GIRLS  CHOIR HERE  A concert will be held on  Sunday, July 6 starting at 7:30  p.m. featuring a 28 member  girls' choir from Winnipeg, at  St. Hilda's Church Hall.  ���j^This choir will, come .put to  e^ertm'at- fe<p&an^^ili tje. at  Powell River to take part in the  ^ftit^liltiorial Glioral; competition..^'. .  ��� ^ Admission is by donation,  refreshments will be served after  the show.       v  25 YEARPIN  FOR JACK BIJNDY  Noble Grand of the Sunshine  Coast Oddfellows Ivan Smith  and Jack Bundy travelled to  Moose Jaw^ Saiskatchevvsui for  June 2 to attend an event that  saw Jack Btindy presented with  his 25 year pin.  Noble Grand Ron Austin of  the Valley Lodge No. 1 Moose  Jaw made the presentation.;;  This Valley Lodge was instituted on December 28, 1883.  The Oddfellows started out as a  group of fellows helping others  and have been doing that ever  since. These two gentlemen,  Jack and Ivan, are good examples of the local group..  Travelling there was half the  fun as the men ventured on the  new Coquihalla highway,  Golden, Revelstoke, Medicine  Hat, Saskatoon, spent eight  hours in the Edmonton Mall,  saw the Columbia Icefields, saw  a lot of wild animals, deer,  coyote* elk, sheep and a cow  moose that posed like a model  (needled to, say their travels  were not in the order given  above).  AN IRRESPRESSIBLY  PROUD MOM!  : A messsyge from such a lad\  tells us that the Redman family  are pleased to announce the  receiving \6f diplomas in Ap  plied Scienceand Technology in  Forestry from BOT by parlene  arid JeffreyyRedniart. Mr. and  Mrs.^Redmian, recently married,  are living in Hope, where Jeffrey is with the engineering  department of Whpnnpck  Lumber.   '������"^y }:k:,:'"���'-. >:y  Congratulations from the  community to both the young  people. Jeffrey is the son pt  Barrie and Murrie Redman ol  West Sechelt. ^y  TRIP UP THE INLET  The next Skookumchuk trip  is July 2 at $25 per person, or a  trip to Princess Louisa Inlet on  June 28 at $50. Phone 885-7184  for further information.   '  \ Quote of the Week  Gaze ye not down,upon the dust,  >.-___-_ _.__-_:  "���'���"���l  >'  gaze upward at the shining sun,  which hath caused: every patch of  darksome earth to glow, with light: K  y   BariaT Writings  !'  iu��utuiui__g_d<  VjWEWILt  WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  885-3281  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  I  I  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  ���#_..  If  >Y-'-.  i':.. y.  y.?>  !��  life  'l��.":'  ���_....  North of Pender Harbour, Highway 101 descends to the  shoreline of Ruby Lake where it then runs for a mile or so  before rising over the next mountain ridge and proceeding  on north.  Here, in a picturesque setting between mountainside and  water, is a fine restaurant that bears the lake's name, Ruby  Lake Restaurant. Whether it's for breakfast, lunch or dinner, this reviewer recommends a visit, even to the point of  planning a trip to the area that includes the restaurant for  one or more of your meals.  My companion and I had to be in Egmont early one day  last week and it was with disappointment I had to pass up  breakfast there because of bad planning on my part. However, I made a mental note to return for dinner on our way  back to Gibsons that night.  And so we did; The menu is complete enough to satisfy  anyone, with seafoods, steaks, chicken, ribs and many  other delights including my favourite, a salad bar. A good  range of prices exists for every pocketbook, starting at  $5.50 and climbing to only $13.95. A lunch menu is also  available offering a selection of sandwiches and burgers.  .���y For hpr'dourves, I chose the Seafood Sampler at $4.95  (the most expensive one) while my companion chose the  reasonably priced Zucchini Strips at $2.95.  For the main course, I went for the ribs at $8.95 and my  companion settled on the salmon in asparagus sauce at the  same price. Both included a trip to the salad bar.  y I 'm not a great seafood lover, but my companion is and  vouches for the salmon. The ribs, on the other hand I can  vouch for, particularly the quality of the sauce.  y We both left feeling contented, not only with the food,  bjit with the atmosphere and service as well. Definitely  recommended.  DRIVE INTAKE OUT  Chicken Shack - Cowrie St., Sechelt  . 885-7414. Open 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Mon-  Thurs; 11; _i.ni. - 10 p.m. Fri-Sat; Sun  noon y 8 p.m. Fried chicken, chicken  burgers, chicken nuggets, fries, salads,  onjori rings, fresh hamburgers. All  Jprepared on the premises, all to go.  Gibsons Fish Market - Gower Pt.  Rd., Lower Gibsons. Fresh seafood and  take-out Fish & Chips, Prawns, Scallops,  Oysters, Tempura and Smoked Salmon.  Open 7 days a week. Ph. 886-7888.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  FAMILY DINING  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  $15-520.  Bonniebrook Lodge- Gower Point,  one block right from the comer of  Chaster and Gower Point Roads.  886-2887. Open Thurs.-Sun., 5:30-10 pm.  V. MC. Enjoy relaxed and intimate dining in this historic seaside lodge. The  views are spectacular, the cuisine is excellent and the prices are set to suit every  budget. Thurs.-Sat., our Swiss chef, Martin, prepares a weekly menu of delicious  Continental cuisine, including soups,  salads, and appetizers, as well as entrees  of fresh seafood, veal, crepes, pasta and  steak. All are individually prepared,  creatively presented, and served with tantalizing sauces on the side. Martin's  desserts will simply delight you! Sundays  the set menu is a Traditional English Style  Roast Beef Dinner with Yorkshire pudding and all the trimmings including trifle  or pie for desserts. Healthy portions for  hearty eitters. Fine dining or snacking - by  the sea! Reservations suggested.  Cafe Pierrot - Teredo Square,  Sechelt. 885-9962. Open Mon.- Sat., 9  a.m. -11 p.m.; closed Sundays. Delicious bread, pastas, crepes, desserts  and more...all freshly baked on premises. Dinner entrees from $5.75.  Average meal for 2 - $24.  Casa Martinez Restaurant - Sun  shine Coast Hwy.,;Davis Bay - 885-2911.  5 p.m. - 10 p.m. nightly. MC, V. Lovely  view and warm intimate atmosphere.  Dinner selections include pasta, seafood,  chicken and steaks. Chicken Feast Buffet  every Sunday night includes salad bar and  choice of desserts for only $7.50. Average  dinner for two, $25.  Creek House - Lower Road, Roberts  Creek - 885-9321. Open 6 pm - 10 pm,  Wed-Sun; Sunday Brunch, 11 am - 2 pm.  40 seats. 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.  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel - 2 km n.  of Secret Cove. 885-7038 - Breakfast 8  a.m. - 11 a.m. Lunch 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.  Afternoon tea 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. Dinner 5  p.m. - 9 p.m. until further notice. Lounge  11 am. -1 p._n. daily. V. M.C. - Banquet  Facilities -Fishing Charters, Outdoor  BBQ (June 1). Located on the waterfront  with a spectacular view of Ole's Cove &  Malaspina Strait. The rustic lodge serves  West Coast cuisine featuring a varied  menu of soups, appetizers & entrees; But  the emphasis is on seafood - flown in  fresh from around the world. Squid,  swordflsh, orange ruffie, thrasher shark  & yellowfin tuna will be featured as  available, local swimming scallops,  salmon, skate, prawns & rockfish are also  featured. Reservations recommended.  Average meal for two - $40.  The Omega Pizza Steak and  Lobster House -1538 Gower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons Landing - 886-2268. Open  4-10:30 pm, Sun-Thurs; 4-11 pm, Fri-Sat.  145 seats. 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 am -11 pm, Mon-  Thurs; J 1:30am - midnight, Fri-Sat; 4 pm  -10:30 pm, Sun.130 seats. 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. Children's  menu available. All dinner entrees served  with salad and garlic bread. Average  family meal for four $15-$20.  The Homestead - Hwy 101, 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.  Irvine's Landing Restaurant -  Pender Harbour, 883-2296. Open 7 days  a week. Lunch 11 - 2:30; Dinner from 6  p.m. MC, V. Fully licensed. Sunday  Brunch 11- 2:30, featuring crepes and  Eggs Benedict. Dinner menu offers a  variety of appetizers and entrees featuring  local produce and fresh seafood in a  relaxed setting with ocean view. Average  dinner for two, $30.  Ruby Lake Resort - Sunshine Coast  Hwy, Pender Harbour -883-2269. Open7  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  nighl. Average family dinner for four  $20-25.  Seaview Gardens - 1556 Marine  Drive, Gibsons Landing - 886-9219. Open  11:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. Tues-Thurs & Sun;  11:30 a.m. -10 p.m. Fri-Sat; closed Mon.  48 seats, in dining room, 20 seats on the  deck. MC, V. Fully licensed with, a  beautiful harbour view, the Seaview  Gardens serves Occidental and Oriental  food. Western menu features hamburgers, fish & chips, steaks and fried  chicken. Chinese menu features combination dinners, chow mein, Hot Pots, fried  rice and family dinners. House specialties  include Prawns in Lobster Sauce, Gong  Bo Guy Ding, Lychees Chicken and BBQ  Duck. Smorgasbord every Sat, 5 - 8 p.m.  All items available to go. Average family  dinner for four $25.  Willee's   Family   Resfaurant-  Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza, Gibsons.  886-3434. Open 7 days a week. Mon-  Thurs 6 a.m. - 7 p.m.; Fri 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.;  Sat 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Sun 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.  MC, V. Fully licensed. Breakfast, lunch  and dinner. Menu features sandwiches,  "Willee Burgers", fish and chips. Daily  lunch specials include: soup and filled  croissant - $3.50; selection of salads; low-  cal plate. Daily dinner specials. Take-out  service available. Average family dinner  for four: $20-$25.  PUBS  Backeddy Pub - Egmont Marina  -883-2298. Open daily - 11 to 11, Sat. &  Sun. 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 pirn.  Cedar's Inn - Cedar Plaza, Gibsons  -886-8171. Open 11 am - midnight, Sun-  Thurs; 11 am -1 am, Fri-Sat. 100 seats.  V., M.C. Delicious lunches 11:00 - 2:30.  Evening menue 6:00 - 9:30. Sat. & Sun.  Brunch. Entertainment - Darts, Cribbage,  Activities. Everyone welcome.  Gramma's Pub- Across from Molly's  Reach right on Gibsons Harbour. Open  10 am til 12:30 am; Sundays 11 am - 12  midnight. Lunch from $2.95 in a cosy  marine atmosphere. Fresh seafood in  season, plus regular pub fare. Ask your  friendly server about the daily beverage  specials. Gramma's cold beer and wine  store - above the pub, at street level - is  open every day from 11 am to 11 pm.  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 Si., 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  10a.m. -12 p.m. Mon-Thurs; 11 a.m. -I  a.m. Fri-Sat! Pub food includes  breakfasts and lunches. Kitchen open  until 6 p.m. Exotic dancers. Live music.  r' 16.  Coast News, June 23,1986  nMpnMW_  %r  i  s:  s  \\  < .  fi  . i  ! I  ;   t>  .������ ,  :'^  .*_  ..�����.���  >_  ���_Si  *������_��.  __?  k  ''/''-/ '>"   ���'' '- '  ,'-' '/'', '~ ?s%''y>/yi'\  -:'. .^-BSSSas.    iffflMHi_p_f_l_lf 'immSttfa'*''"<"'������'   *  ''-v.'" HJkt  is^^M3^^i^^ii��i��_^i  by Alec Warner  Forty-eight golfers took to  the fairways on Sunday, June  15, to contest the Men's Summer Medal Tournament. Ken  White, turning in a low net 61  score won the trophy and low  net awards.  First low gross for the day  was Len Mitten with a 75. The  first flight low net winner was  Luke Lappin with Roy Taylor  in second spot. The second  flight low net winner was Alec  Warner (a very popular win!),  with Tom Held in second.  A Scramble was played on  Mixed Twilight of June 16 and  was won by the team of Elsie  Cupit, Dick Tolhurst, Eleanor  Knight and Bill McKinnon. The  low putts team winners were  Jean Mcllwaine, Walt Falafer,  Isobel Cowley and George  Bayford. ,  On Tuesday and Wednesday,  June 17 and 18, the Ladies'  There was plenty of fast action at the Timber Trails western horse  show on Sunday June IS. Watch for details on future shows.  Rugby raffle results  Funds go to West Howe  Sound Recreation  ���,��� ��.yy  The Gibsons Rugby and  Athletic Club would like to congratulate the winners and thank  the individuals and businesses  who donated prizes to make our  raffle a success. The funds  generated will be turned over to  the West Howe Sound Recreation Group as part of our commitment to shower and change  facilities for all sports to use at  Brothers Park. Thank you.  The following is a list of winners: Trip to Hawaii, D.  Mulligan; Day charter on the  ��� Alibi Wahoo, V. Shtenz from  Ross Lane; Hair cut, B. Young  from Good Times Are Hair;  Bar-b-que, L. Henderson from  Gibsons Building Supplies;  Brunch for Two, V. Midland  from Andy's Restaurant; Coffee Maker, R. Almond from  Pharmasave (Sechelt); Paper  Weight, J. Mulcaster from  ^organ's- Menswear; Enline  T^e-iip,;; A. Robertson frorn^  Sunshine Motors; Gift Cer-'  tificates, L. Lacey from Shop  Easy; B. Drombolis from  Nick's Shell; J. Shtenz from  Gilligan's Pub; D. Robinson  from Bobbie's Family Shoes; S. .  Brandys from Cactus Flower;  P.   Bracket  from   Trail   Bay  Hardware; D. Morrow from  The Parthenon; P. Knowles  from . Workwear World; S.  Nelson from Pacifica; Auto  Burgular Alarm, G. Tack from  Sunshine Brake & Muffler; Hair  Cut, B. Grisenthwaite from  Gibsons Girls & Guys; A & W  Float Kit, K. Oike from W & L  Enterprises; Pottery Jam Pot,  Mi. Koch from Upstairs Downstairs; Hair Cut, R. Mills from  ieadquarters; Oil Change, R.  __pates from D & D Gulf;  Grouse Mountain Lift Tickets  from Grouse Mountain, P.  English, P. Popp, M. Longman, Bud Gibson; Large  Special Pizza, Dr. Quincy from  Pronto's; Breakfast for Two, T.  Stamway, Come Home Cafe;  Crystal Set, L. Almond from  Big Mac's; Picture Frame, C.  Higginson from Tri Photo;  Brunch for Two, Mr. Ace from  Pebbles; Gift Certificate, V.  Rottluff from MacLeods; Portrait, L. Boyd from Jim Davidson; Night at Club Soda, M.  Christing, S. McViegh, Jack  H.; Night at Richards on  Richards, C. Duff; Dinner for  Two, A. Mundell from Characters; Lunch for Two, M. Duffy  from Jimmy & Nicks; Prizes,  G. Sopow from Elphie's  Cabaret; Gift Certificates from  Chicago Pizza, R. Baba, G.  Waters; Clock,- L. McKinney  from Labatts Brewery; Dinner  for Two, W. Nestman from  Willies.  -\  TEAM STANDINGS  - W.  Elphie OM Boys 10  Gibsons Building Supplies 6  Gilligan's Pub 5  UPCOMING GAMES  L.  5  6  9  ���\  .  ���./.,.'���..��� .  T.     JWs.  20  If    13  f ���;>������ w  Monday, June 23  Tuesday, June 24  Wednesday, June 25  Thursday, June 26  Weldwood at Gilligan's (Hackett Park)  Elphie at GBS (Brothers Park)  Gilligan's at Weldwood (Hackett Park)  Gilligan's at Elphie (Brothers Park)  Minor  Kens Lucky DoUar  Prontos  Construction Aggregate  Shadows Below  Gibsons Lanes  w.  L.  T.  Pts  11  '������'2'  22  8  5  16  5  5  1  11  4  7  1  9  2  10  4  Complete with Hoover's  Best 13.4 Amp  Cyclonic <$^  Canister, 30 ft.  current carrying hose,;  and a full set of Attachments.  Includes 3 inlets, Power  Nozzle with Steel Agitator..  Ladies' Softball  Installed for as  little as $100.00  GIBSONS BUILDING  SUPPLIES LTD.  TWO LOCATIONS  Sunshine Coast Hwy., Gibsons  Wharf & Dolphin St., Sechelt  886-8141 885-7121  Gibsons Ball Hawgs are back  on top of the Senior Ladies  Softball League with a 13-11  win over Trail Bay Sports last  Wednesday. They are still  threatened by Cedars Inn who  have one less win but a game in  hand.  TBS is no. longer in contention after losing to the Cedars as  well, 12-4. Their season is  finished with a 12 and 4 record.  There were three other games  last week. On Monday, Roberts'  NEW NRS APPOINTMENT  P  **.  CLAY CARBY  Gibsons-Realty is pleased to announce that Clay Carby has  joined the staff as sales representative. Clay Carby is a long  time resident of the Sunshine Coast, experienced with land  through prior employment with the Ministry of Highways and  the SCRD working in the planning department. Clay invites his  friends and associates to contact him with regards to all their  real estate requirements.  886-8673  (HOME)  886-2277  (BUSINESS)  Creek Legion downed Ken Mac  15-13. Ken Mac came back on  Wednesday against Coast  Cablevision 33-5. The Ball  Hawgs trounced Elphi Rec 37-1  on Thursday.  There are eight games left in  the League's season. The final  tournament is at Brothers Park  the weekend of July 5 and 6.  Gibsons Ball Hawgs, Cedars  Inn, Trail Bay Sports and Ken  Mac travelled to Powell River  for a tournament this past  weekend.  Correction: Last week's column should have reported that  TBS defeated Elphi Rec 8-2, not  25-7, and Trail Bay Sports actually had sole possession of  first place, however briefly, by  virtue of their wins although  tied with the Ball and Cedars in  losses.  W.  L.  Ball Hawgs  13  2  Cedars  12  2  TBS  12  4  Eagles  8  5  Ken Mac  6  8  RC Legion  6  is  Gilligan's  4  10  Elphi Rec  3  11  Coast Cable  0  14  FOR SALE:  Your ad in more than 70 newspapers reaching 800,000 homes.  one call does it all  25 WORDS $119  886-2622  886-7817  trophy  Niners played their Eager  Beaver Tournament. Winner  with a net score of 65 was  Eleanor Knight, Second with 66  was Jean Todd and Third with  67 was Nan MacFarlane.  The Ladies' Eighteeners  played an Odd or Even Round  on June 17 with the following  results: first flight winner, Iva  Peterson (30.5) and runner up,,  Pat Scarr (33.5). Second flight  winner, Vera Munro (34), and  runner up, Celia Meda (35).  Third flight leader with a 31.5,  Jeanette Gordon and second,  Greta Patterson (34.5).  The Ladies' Second Team  played the Richmond team in  the Ladies' BCGA Interclub  matches at the Sunshine course  and swamped the visitors 75  points to 34!  Men's Twilight of June 18  saw Brian Leckie walk away  with the low gross prize again  with another par 34! First low  net with a "Sandbagger" low  net score of 28 was shot by our  fully recuperated president Roy  Taylor! Second low net, also a  28, Roger (Sandy) Hocknell,  and third low net, Howie  Larsen with 30. Second low  gross at 38, Wolfgang Reiche.  Sixty-six Men's Seniors  played a team net round on  Thursday, June 19, in cloud,  rain, and sunshine. The first  team with a score of 129 Vi were  Pat Mulligan, Tom Held, Lome  Blair, and Bert Slade. Second at  131'/2 were George Grant,  George Bayford, Jack Milburn  and Bill Babcock. Third at 133  were Roy Taylor, Tom Wark,  Ab Chambers and Ernie Cupit.  KP at the eighth, Jim Buntain.  SALES and SERVICE  YAMAHA MOTORS, CANADA  makers of the only outbbarcl  engine backed by a 2 year warranty \.  are pleased to announce the  appointment, as exclusive sales  and service agents for the entire  Sunshine Coast: (Port Melon to Earl's Cove).  SUNCO MARINE LTD/  Box 308, Hwy. 101, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0   .  886-3560        886-2929  I '���  CLIP & SAVE ~~~^-T  WATERSKISALE  up to  20%  OFF  with this ad thru  July 15, '86  WE BUY ��� SELL ��� TRADE  I new and used  Jwaterskiis & other sporting goods  I "The Affordable Alternative"  !     Second Season Sports  987-4241 j  |     1430 Marine Drive, North Van (across from Burger King)!      j  TIDE  TABLES  _fl_^____H  ' _____________   "'  _^Hlx  _________________���________ *  Wed. June 25  0205        11.3  0620        13.2  1340          1.5  2130        15.7  Fri. June 27  0420         9.7  0840        11.5  1510         4.7  2240        15.4  Sun. June 29  0625         7.5 .  1150        10.6  1650         8.3  2350        14.8  Tues. June 24  0100        11.8  0520        13.8  1255           .3  2040        15.8  Thurs. June 26  0310        10.6  0725        12.3  1425          3.0  2200        15.6  Sat. June 28  0525          8.6  1000        10.8  1600         6.5  2315        15.1  Mon. June 30  0715          6.3  1350        11.1  1800         9.9  .    .-I  Reference: Point Atkinson  . Pacific Standard Time  i^^_^_^_____h_______________________.^____________________________________   __������____. - ���    _���  For Skookumchuk Narrows add  1 hr. 45 min., plus 5 min. for  each ft. of rise, and 7 min.  for each ft. of fall.                COAST  NtWb  CLASSIFIEDS  Seaview Market  in  Rob. rt>. CiPOt-  until noon S..tu'C...y  Frlend'V   P-'ipl(i  Pl��(  ��  TIDEIrlNE "ohhn "oscH  LOGGING & MABINE LTD.  ��� lyiorcruis-.r ��� Volvo   Pont..   ��� M.inner Outl)<>..r.K  ��� R.itn  Gc.r  ���  Lo<j.)ii..j Supplies  ���  S.ift.ty Gctr  ��� Hus(|v,irn��i Siiws ���  Work Clothes ft Boots ',  ��� Complete M-irim. Rep.iirs ��� OMC Stern  Drive (Cobr..)  Wh.irf Rd, Seclielt     88b   .1.1  HELP  y-'jV.  :i_J  ���_i.  build the  PERFORMING  ARTS  PAVILION      ..  in Holland Park     y   ^  Make your pledge' to    ��  provide dollars, goods, J|  or services when the���^  time comes.  It's tax deductible!  Th* BumblM  Community contributions are  crucial to obtaining financial  support from major funding sources.  The dollar value of your pledge  will be counted towards the  goal of $100,000 to be raised  on the Sunshine Coast.  We will contact you when '  the design and construction  pihase begins.  Please mail your pledges to:  The Eileen Glassford Aits  Foundation,  Box 683, Gibsons, BC,  V0N1V0  For more information: Ruby Buick  886-8102/Fran Burnside: 885-3577  or 886-2622.  To help build the Performing Arts  Pavilion in Holland Park, I pledge to provide the following:  DOLLARS:   $���  GOODS:  Dotar VafeiK  t___e specify)   ;  SERVICES:  Dofer Value: .  Oslease specify)  Name:  Phone:  Address:  ��� ':M  i  .  K  ������"I i  I  I  I understand that I will be called upon to  deliver my pledge when the design and  construction phase begins.  Signature: '  ..   _______>_!______________ ______:______  ���n i'_i_ ..___il_i__'iin_._r_i__Hii_��iii Mni ii  ��� 11m ��� _M_r______________i______il____ '.Bsi'wjimMiw.y^^  .;���-���.___ _.i;��W**-r-  >__i����SiiSJ.;-_-i-.,*��*^">.  --���--.imiimtf  Three of the four young players who have qualified to complete in the B.C. Summer Games take time  out for practice at the Dougal Park tennis courts. From left to right: Peter Beyser* Sara Bennett, Sean  TetZlaff. ���Dianne Evans photo  Porpoise Bay Park  iy  [���v^ ������:--*  summer programs  by Leslie Pringle  IL-  Park   Nature   Interpreter  Leslie Pringle has filled in and  submitted  all  the  requisition  forms for better weather for the  FREE park programs. All acclivities are open to everyone,:  ' fain or shine. They are held at  Porpoise Bay Provincial Park  .unless   otherwise   specified.  Hope to see you there! Here is  ;,;next week's schedule.  o    Watch for upcoming Birthday events and information!  ���>..   June 23 - I'm Not Lost - Just  Misplaced. 7-8 p.m. Tips for  ��� staying alive and being found  on those unexpected overnights.  Good for all ages. Meet at the  'beach change houses.  ' ' June   24   -   Bug   Shake.  110:30-11:30 a.m. What has six  legs, three body parts and spins  in circles? An insect on a Bug  Shake! Come look at bugs,  slugs and insects and go on a  micro-hike. Adults, you too.  What was that in your coffee  this, morning anyways? Meet at  the beach change houses.  June 24 - Explore! - The Sunshine Coast. 8-9 . p.m. A  dramatic presentation of the  Coast's rich and varied early  European history. Discover the  past and which place names  made it to the present. At the  amphitheatre.  June 27 - Ethnobotany or  Native Uses of Plants. 2-3 p.m.  What do cedar, spruce and berries all have in common? Find  out on this guided walk. Meet at  the beach change houses.  June 27 - Estuary Evening.  6:15-7:15 p.m. Guided low tide  exploration. Wear your mucking about shoes and meet at the  beach change houses.  June 28 - Small Boats on the  Sechelt. 9-10 p.m. A photographic journey on the Sechelt  and Narrows Inlets. Places to  see, wind warnings and tide  tables. Gather in the amphitheatre.  June 29 - Games, Games,  Games - Summer's Here.  10-11:30 a.m. Games at the  Porpoise Bay Picnic site.  EVERYONE is invited to these  guaranteed fun group games.  Bring your own lunch and stay  for a picnic on the beach. Kids  under eight must be accompanied by an adult or older sibling.  June 29 - Recipe for a Forest.  7-8 p.m. How many cups of  soil, how many birds, how  many trees, sifted in what  order? Discover these and other  forest facts at the amphitheatre.  ������MX:  Gibsons Chamber; busy  my<yr Al   Callerman   from   the  il^inistry of Industry and Small  ijf business will be in Gibsons on  fey Monday, June 23. Anyone in-  K ^terested in business counselling  ^y^duid contact the chamber offeree at 886-2325.  ppif Jon   Jennings   from   the  i^|l|?ourism ; Association   of  |li|pDuthwest;B.C.: will be here on  ~^_vlonday, June 23 and Tuesday,  June   24.   Anybody   with   a  -.��� .charter   boat   business   or  Ifnotel/motel/resort who is in-  %\ terested in advertising ideas can  |. get  further details  from  Pat  |. Tripp at  886-2622 or  Bryan  ��1 Rubin?: at Bonniebrook Lodge,  |r886-2887.  I? Plans for July 1 are well  Ii underway. The flag dedication  will take place at Pioneer Park  at 11 a.m. Other events are  planned for the day by the  Town of Gibsons and at sunset  (approximately 10 p.m.), the  chamber will set off fireworks  in the bay.  The chamber also has events  underway for Sea Cavalcade.  On Friday, July 25 we will have  a Salmon barbecue on the street  leading into an Open Air  Dance. Gower Point Road will  bje closed off from School Road  to Winn Road. Mr. Music Man  from Powell River will provide  the music. :..y.  Congratulations to Nancy  and Clay of Richard's Men's  Wear for their "Taxi Seiryice"  for some Gibsons visitors.-��  The rate of exchange until  June 24 is 36 per cent.  !��__:  Council approves rates  _s  I  1  Council approved the launch  ramp rates for the Gibsons  Marina last week over John  Reynolds' objections that the  $10 per use charge was in violation of the 1983 Marina Agreement, a by-law which set launch  rates at $2 per use, subject to 15  per cent annual increase.  Alderman Bob Maxwell, who  acted as the town's liaison between Reynolds and marina  manager Art McGinnis, said he  supported  the  rates  and  ac  cepted McGinnis' argument  that types of rates were not  specified in the agreement.  The new rate schedule will be  included in the town's agreement but Reynolds told the  Coast News Friday .that he still  couldn't accept the decision:  "They can change the bylaw, sure," he said, "but they  can't change it retroactively.  Whether they admit it or not,  there has been a by-law infraction."  Sunshine Coast  ��� MISC SERVICES*  _':  310-20630  Mufford Crescent,  _angley,B.C.  SHOP: 534-0411  RES: 576-2685  T & G MOBILE TRUCK REPAIRS ltd.  ��� Heavy Duty Tractor & Trailer Service  .        ��� Complete Engine Rebuild & Overhaul  (Detroit, Diesel, Cat, Cummins) ��� Transmissions  ��� Differential ��� Modification  ��� Competitive Rates ��� All Work Guaranteed  6 Days a Week 24 Hour Mobile Service Available  PAGEB  For further information call: 735-4193  John CLYDE'S  Gov't Certified  IP  Im  W\  it-1  Welding Service  ��� All types of welding Repairs ��� Fabricating  Specializing in Excavator Booms & Buckets  MOBILE FROM EGMONT TO PORT MELLON 883-2328 J  Need  space  Coil the CO AST  NEWS  ���'.-it  886 2622 or 885 3930  sf-r~-  ->  /WEDDING ��� PORTRAIT ��� FAMILY ��� COMMERCIAL  25 YEARS PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE  don hunter  box 1939 photography 886.3049  '\We Come Tp You Anywhere On The Sunshine Coastj  Sunnycrest Mall Gibsons     886-7215  "���ROLAND'S"  HOME IMPROVEMENTS LTD.'  ��� 5" Continuous aluminum gutters  ��� Aluminum soffits SJascias  ��� Built-in vacuum systems  ^�� Vinyl siding     ���     , 885-3562  ��Mch HawiUm  Refrigeration &  Appliance Service  __ BACK AT PRATT RD. 886-9959  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  - CABINETS -  886-9411  Showroom: Pratt Rd. & Hwy. 101  Open: Sat. 10-4 or anytime by app't. j  Coast News, June 23,1986  Four to  Summer  Games  Four  young tennis  players  from the Sunshine Coast have -  qualified to compete in the B.C.  Summer Games, to be held in  Cranbrook in July.  Sara Bennett and Lisa Mc-���'.  Court will play in the Girls'  Doubles and Sean Tetzlaff and  Peter Beyser will play in the  Boys' Doubles, in the 18 years  and under category.  Also competing at the Games  will be older players, Marilyn  Kirk and Val McCourt, who  will play in the Ladies- Doubles,  and Lee Brown, playing in the  Men's Singles and Janice  Brown, in the Ladies' Singles.  To help the young players  prepare for the competition  next month they will compete  on June 29 and 30 at the  Wakefield Junior Singles Tournament.  The Wakefield Tennis Club  has an extensive program for  juniors and categories are 18  and under, 14 and under, 12  and under, 10 and under..  To register for the tournament call Lee or Janice Brown  at 885-7006 before June 25.  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  at  B& J Store  in Halfmoon Bay  until noon Saturday  "A Friendly Paopla Mae*"  Call the Moving  Specialists  For ajl local moving, or for help with  moving awkward heavy items, pianos, etc.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  HWY.IOI.GieSONS   ;ySS.9's    886-266*  Payment must be  received by  NOON  SATURDAY  to assure  publication.  Enjoy the  Convenience  of  Phone-In  Classifieds  Now you can phone  us from anywhere on  the Coast and we'll  help you place your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  BY PHONE!  Call   ~~  885-3930  1 TO _PM  TUESDAY TO FRIDAY  Cowrie St.. Sechelt  Th* Sunshine W__!__ll  co&st Ityt .g_.  From Egmont to Port Mellon, the Sunshine Coast.s  most widely read newspaper.  ��� AUTOMOTIVE ���  NEED TIRES?      Come in to  COASTAL TIRES  yJ.RE*SUSPENSION  CENTRE  886-2700      886-8167  Hwy. 101, just West of Gibsons  ��� CLEANING SERVICES ���  HOUSES TO LOCK-UP  OR COMPLETION  ��� ADDITIONS ���  CADRE       6  CONSTRUCTION ltd  886-3171  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Commercial Containers Available  885-9973 886-2938 J  ��� CONTRACTING ���  ca��: Swanson's  For: Ready Mix Concrete Sand & Gravel]  Dump Truck Rental  Formed Concrete Products  Phone 885-9666 ��� 885-5333.  ROOFING  V  FREE  ESTIMATES  Specializing in all types of  commercial & residential roofing  886-2087  eves.  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  /*____!  _^*  POMFRET ^  CONSTRUCTION  For all aspects of  residential & commercial construction  885-9692   P.O. Box 623, Gibsons, B.C.  BC FGRRKSS  Schedule  SPRING '86  J  VANCOUVER-SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY-LANGDALE  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE-SALTERY BAY  .SUMMER  Effective Friday, June 27, through Tuesday. September 2,1986  Lv. Langdale  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  SUMMER  Effective Friday. June 27 through Tuesday, September 2,1986  7:20 am  8:30  9:30  10:30  11:40  12:45 pm  1:50  3:05  4:15 pm  5:25  6:30  7:25  8:35  9:40  10:40  11:40  6:15 am  7:20  8:30  9:30  10:30  11:40  12:45 pm  -1:50  3:05 pm  4:15  5:25  6:30  7:25  8:35  9:40  10:40  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 am 11:30 am  6:30  7:35  8:30  9:15  10:30  1:30 pm  3:30  5:30  7:30  9:30  11:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am  7:30  8:20  9:30.  10:30  11:45  12:25 pm  2:30  4:30  6:30  8:30  10:20  12:15am  MINI-BUS SCHEDULE  Monday Tuesday  8:40 a.m. 8:40 a.m.  ���10:00 a.m. '10:00 a.m.  1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.  * 3:15 p.m. 2:30 p.m.  Leaves Sechelt  for Gibsons  The Dock, Cowrie Street  Wednesday Thursday Friday  8:40 a.m. 8:40 a.m. 8:40 am  *10:00 a.m. *10:00a.m. 10:00 a.m.  1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.  * 3:15 p.m. 2:30 p.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.  '  1:35 p.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  ��� HEATING ���  Backhoe  ,  Bulldozing  R.R.2. Leek Rd.  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  Sand & Gravel  Land Clearing  Drainage  886-9453  Dump Truck  Excavating  JOE & EDNA  BELLERIVE.  ICG LIQUID GAS  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B-B-Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101, across St.  from Big Mac's, Sechelt J  1.  I  _)  33(111  886-7359  Conversion   Windows,   Glass,  Auto   &   Marine  Glass, Aluminum Windows  & Screens, Mirrors  ���  Hwy IOI & Pratt Rd.  iows   I  ors   J  CHAINSAWS  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWN MOWER &  CHAINSAW LTD.  HWY. 101 & PRATT RD.   886-2912 J  f.  TARSUS  ENTERPRISES,^  ��� Machine Work  Screened Topsoil  24 hour message  883-9949  Need this space?  /���-.Gjj'iJl  th..  COAST   NEW _��'  - ;if B&S-2622 <ir 885 3930     y  11  .   :  :   I  ii 18.  Coast News, June 23,1986  The Sea Cavalcade contestants visited the beautiful home of Margaret Jones for luncheon last Saturday.  Here the girls are pictured from left to right: Tracey Strom, Leilainia Larsen, Victoria Gazeley, Ten  Jossull, Tracy Skytte, Leanne Middleton, Maureen Duteau. ���Dianne Evans photo  Retiree village for Sechelt  A rezoning to allow the construction of a retirement village  complex east of Shorncliffe and  Chatelech Secondary School  was given first reading at  Sechelt Village Council last  week.  Architect Kevin Ryan told  council it was still premature to  present designs for the proposed  Sunshine Estates but David McConnell, a partner in Norad  Holdings Limited, described the  proposal.  Mr. Ralph Christian, Sales Manager  FiberTech Ltd., makers of CanaVenture and FiberTech quality  fibreglass boats, is pleased to announce the appointment of  SUNCO MARINE LTD.  Box 308, Hwy. 101, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0  886-3560 886-2929  as Sunshine Coast dealers for their fine quality boat products.  A new shipment has just arrived for your inspection.  college  ELDERHOSTEL PROGRAM  Capilano College wishes to thanks all the members  of the Sechelt and Gibsons Community who joined  with us to make the 1986 Elderhostel Program a  successful experience to be shared and remembered  by all.  ADVISORY COMMITTEE  Jan deBruyn  Peggy Connor  Alice Earle  Peggy Jardine  Joan Mahlman  Ken Moore  Roy Morris  HOST FAMILIES  Kay Bailey  Andy and Marilyn Buhler  Patricia Barnett  Marg Carriere  Ann Cargyle  Olive Comyn  Hilda Costerton  Joycelyn Denny  Jan and Betty deBruyn  Lilly Degnann  Ronnie Dunn  Marilyn Fisher  Jenny and Mike Hotner  Janet Johnson  Kurt and Lilly Kukelka  Larry and Phyllis Oszust  Bonnie Paetkau  Margaret Sheridan  Tom and Paulette Sheldon  May St. Jean  Micheal and Michelle Tomichich  Betty Vetterli  Jim and Marion Waldie  Sue Wiggins  Lou and Norman Wilson  Donnie Wilson  COMMUNITY GROUPS  Chapman Creek Hatchery  CBC Beachcomber Series  Linda Fox  Joan Gallup  Syd Heal  Sheila Kitson - Truffles  Kay Little  Steve Marsh  Bruce Moseley  John Pass  Sechelt Indian Band  Sechelt Marsh Society  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce  Welcome Beach Community Association  Wood Bay Salmon Farms  "What we have in mind is a  retirement village concept, not  produced in Canada until  now," McConnell said.  Council passed first reading  last Wednesday. A public hearing will be held in July or  August.  GIBSONS RCMP  Take note that drinking beer  and liquor at ball games in  school playgrounds or in parks  is illegal. Offenders will be  charged.  On the night of June 13/14 at  Roberts Creek School an outside gym light was broken.  Phone 886-TIPS.  Willful damage was done to  two Department of Highways  signs on Gower Point Road  west of 17 Street on June 17.  Phone 886-TIPS.  On June 19, about 8:30 p.m.,  in the Sunnycrest Mall parking  lot a hit and run occurred. The  suspect vehicle was located.  Charges tare pending.  SECHELT RCMP  On June 13 a Canadian flag  was stolen from the Bella Beach  Motel; two windows were  broken at West Sechelt School  with damage estimated at $250.  On the 14th a break-in and  theft was reported at the Wilson  Creek Family Centre. Cash was  stolen and charges are pending  against three juveniles.  On the 15th, A & D Welding  of Madeira Park was entered  and a quantity of tools taken  valued at $6000. Charges are  pending against two juveniles.  On the same date a gas station and store were broken into  in Garden Bay. Cash and other  items were taken and charges  are pending against two Sechelt  juveniles.  On the 16th Sechelt Elemen-  by Ruth Forrester  A souvenir pavilion at Camp Clave? Over 20 Girl Guides came up  last week from North Vancouver to stage their own Expo.  ���John Gleeson photo  Kids raise money  for Cystic Fibrosis  giving permeated throughout  the hall. Admission was by  donation and the audience was  most generous in contributing  such a great sum of money.  Alva Dinn, chairman of the  fund raising on the Sunshine  Coast, is most grateful to all  who participated and donated.  Especially Nikki Weber who  devoted so much of her time to  training and preparing the  children for the show, the  Sechelt Senior Citizens who  generously donated the use of  the hall, the artists who performed and, of course, the audience.  There are between 30 and 40  children and young people from  Pender Harbour all the way to  Gibsons who should be feeling  very proud of themselves. It was  thanks to them that the sum of  over $500 was raised for the  Cystic Fibrosis Foundation last  Friday night at the Seniors' Hall  in Sechelt.  A packed house was treated  to a joyous evening of  children's voices raised in song  as Nikki Weber's Mini-Mob  and Semi-Tones presented  solos, duets and group  medlies. There were delightful  little dancers and talented, young  musicians giving their all to help  raise funds for children who are  less fortunate than themselves  and the feeiing of warmth and  There is not space to name all  those who took part and who  helped, but may they all know  that their participation was really appreciated.  tary School was broken into and  a set of school keys taken.  Also on the 16th a handgun  was reported stolen from a  residence on Redrooffs Road. It  is described as a 22 cal. Ruger  semi-automatic.  A six. foot Sportstak dinghy  was stolen from Earls Cove. It  is described as white with a turquoise interior.  On the 17th an American flag  was stolen from the Cozy Court  Motel. Also a break-in was  reported at Brian's Auto Body  Shop with theft of money and  liquor.  On the 18th a ten foot Davids-  son dinghy was reported stolen  from Halfmoon Bay. It has a  blue hull and white interior. A  pair of oars were also taken.   >  Sunshine Coast  PEST CONTROL LTD-  Davis Road    Pender Harbour. BC'   VON 2H0  LOCALLY OPERATED  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  I1  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  For control of carpenter ants, rodents & other pests  NEW SERVICE: Perimeter Treatment  Cuts down on the creepy  crawier invasion  For Confidential -  ���  Advice & Estimates   oo0-__0__��� I  ^.-SPECIALTY - Pretreatment of houses under construction!  QUALITY  WINDOW COVERINGS  Venetians oaw qFF  verticals OK<_/OFF  pleated shades ��*%J Zo^r^  ff Louver  % Drape  DeVrles Floor &  Window Coverings  Pender Harbour Customers  call 885-3970 eves. 709 Hwy. 101, Gibsons  386-7112'  A  NOTICE TO  PROPERTY OWNERS  Assessment Act (B.C. Reg. 298/85)  NEW STANDARDS FOR  THE CLASSIFICATION OF  LAND AS FARM  have been prescribed.  Application for classification as a farm must be filed  PRIOR TO JULY 1 in each year.  For further information  and application forms please contact _  THE NEAREST BRITISH COLUMBIA  ASSESSMENT AUTHORITY OFFICE.  Sunshine Coast Regional District  NOTICE OF  PUBLIC HEARING  Pursuant to Sections 956 of the Municipal Act, a public  hearing will be held to consider the following by-law of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District:  "Sunshine Coast Regional District Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 264.14, 1986"  It is the intent of By-law 264.14 to amend By-law 264 by  deleting the Residential Two (R2) zone designation and  substituting therefore the Rural One (RU1) zone designation  on Lots 5, 6, 7 and 8, District Lot 1410, Group 1, N.W.D., Plan  4710 which parcels of land are more particularly shown on the  following map portion. The purpose of this amendment is to  provide for aquaculture use on the land.  The public hearing will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 3,1986 at the District of Sechelt Office, 5545 Inlet Avenue,!  Sechelt, B.C. This public hearing will be conducted by the;  new District of Sechelt Council as the subject property forms;  part of that municipality's newly enlarged area. All persons*  who deem their interest in property to be affected by the proposed by-law shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on  matters contained therein.  The above is a synopsis of the by-law and is not deemed to  be an interpretation of the by-law. The amending by-law may  be inspected at the Regional District Office, the Royal Terraces building, 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. during office  hours, namely Monday to Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and  Thursday and Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Mr. L. Jardine  Secretary-Treasurer  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Box 800, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0  Telephone: 885-2261  i\  ill  MUnOMM  __���_�� ���\'yc .-^jtss.'t zy.-:  Coast News, June 23,1986  __   *   ��� sj  ��� - *.-   ''���<_>" 'V  pflM      _���*      & J  PENDER HARBOUR  REVENUE WATERFRONT  Beaver Island Motel including  Triplex,   mobile   home,   3  .-bedroom' main  house  with  Basement, revenue suite, all  on 3 plus acres of low bank  ;waterfront with sheltered ramp,  and float. Asking $230,000.  can Jack Hermon  883-2745 or 883-9525  Pender Harbour   .  Realty Ltd.  Gambier Island - West Bay, 1.2  acres, log cabin, well, $21,500.  886-3479. #27  .Wanted! Resort property (cam-;  pground/lic. restaurant), can be.  undeveloped, too. Please/ write:!.  Box 1.54, Vanderhoof, BC VOJ.  '3A0. #28'  South COast  Ford       +  WANTED!!!  Good used cars  & trucks.  Trade or we pay cash!! .  Wharf Rd, Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  By owner, 4 bdrm. view home on  10 acres in Roberts Creek, fruit  trees, paved drive, pool, good  /timber. 886-7686. #26  ^Middlepolnt, 20 acres with view;  'creek, roads, timber, subdv.,  :$45,000.886-8252. #26  kl  Invest into sunny perm. 2 storey  home on semi WF, quiet area  near all facilities, vendor rents it  on long lease if desired.  886-9463. #25  Picturesque new renovated 2  bdrm. cottage on 8 level acres,  Gambier Is., drilled artesian well,  fruit trees, out bldgs. & extras.  886-7074 after 4:30.       :   #25  Reduced $5000, beautiful family;  home, 1800 sq. ft., 4 bdrm:, 2i  baths, 3 FP, extra lg. liv./din. j  area, full bsmt., extra insu!.. lg.  deck, close to all facilities, exc.  ass. financing. Must be sold, on- \  ly $73,500,886-7668. #26 j  Serviced lot, area of nice homes,  Bonniebrook Heights, culvert in,  $11,800,886-2196. #26  Gibsons waterfront, Marina,:  view, ideal retirement or vacation j  home, self contained mother-In-'  law st., no yard maintenance,'  618 Bay Rd., $118,000 inc. most  furn. & appliances. 886-7559.  #25  Reduced - Gibsons harbour view,  near new, 1200 sq. ft., 2 bdrm.,  fam. rm., laund. rm., full bsmt.,:  elect, forced air furn., plus wood  In lv. rm.. oak kit., dble. c/port,:  S. Fletcher, $69,900. 885-3165  or 886-8226. #26  to. mM  ______   .V     __kV��     __***_ __ _   __k._L_____t.__._________���)__. _____; __.        *. "  #  _��-MM*  13. Tr**��* *  >v  ki-.  *fc - -  kkimm.  _��>'-!  drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  EVANS: Hubert R., June 17,-.  1986, aged 94, husband of the  late Ann Winter Evans, both of  Roberts Creek, B.C., both were,  members of Vancouver Meeting,,  Religious  Society  of  Friend?,  "Quakers". Survived by their-  daughters, Elizabeth Bakewell,'  West Vahcouver and Joan Winter, ���  Gibsons; son, Jonathon, Bowen  Island; 14 grandchildren, and 11:  great grandchildren. It was his  expressed wish that funeral ser- ���,,  vices be omitted and that the cost  thereof be used to aid the work of  the Children's Foundation. Cremation  arrangements through  First Memorial Services.      #25  MORRISON: passed away suddenly oh June 20, 1986, Kitty  Irene Morrison, late of Hopkins  Landing. Survived by her loving  husband, Gordon; one brother,  Jim Newman of Vancouver; two  sisters, Mrs. Nora Warrington bf  Ladysmith and Mrs. Betty Perret  of Tsawassen. Funeral service  Tuesday,'June 25 at 1 p.m. in the  Gibsons United Church. Reverend Alex Reid officiating. Cremation to follow. Devlin Funeral  Home Directors.. #25  THICKE: on June 11, 1986,  Dorothy G. thicke of North Vancouver, aged 60 years. Survived  by her loving husband, Ronald;  her mother, Florence Chaster;  her sons/Brian and his wife  Janice, Steven and his wife,  Cathy, Michael and his wife  Anne; one daughter, Sally; four:  grandchildren, Tami, Connor,-  Lauralyn and Alysson; also her  brother, Jim Chaster. Service  was held June 14,1986. Cremation. Flowers gratefully, declined.  Arrangements lthrough^��firsh'  Memorial Services. ' #25  SPCA Adoption ��� male puppy,  shepherd cross, very well behaved. 885-5734. 2 male ginger kittens. 885-9840. #25  2 kittens, 8 weeks.old, free to  good home. 886-8085.        #25  South Coast  Ford  1983 FORD F150  4x4 xlt  6 cyl., 4 speed, 27,000 kms  1 Owner  Winch Bush Bumper, A, C.  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  HAY FOR SALE  $4/bale; $3.50/10 or more;  disc, for quantity. 885-9357. TFN  Peppermint Patty flashy white  anglo arab, 14.1 HH mare, Eng.  show, hack & western, offers to  $1200.883-9124. #26  CANINE OBEDIENCE  And intruder awareness training.  Reg. Robinson, 886-2382.   TFN  "_  Incl. Shampoo  & Blow Dry  Shampoo,  Cut &  Blow Dry  $9  95  Incl.  ah J0IC0  Products  25%  OFF  For an appt.  886-3415  SPCA  885-4771  TFN  ''*____'  ^������"s  Wanted  Buying coins & stamps, gold &  silver, paying top dollar. Call Dar-  cy, 886-2533 or Box 1803, Gibsons. #50  Expo exchange: luxury floating  home, North Vancouver Marina  for watefront home with  Runabout, or power boat, adults  only, Aug. 15-30.986-7458. #25  Scrap cars & trucks wanted. We  pay cash for some; free removal.  Phone 886-2617. ;     ���       TFN  16 foot, canoe & small sailboat,;.  885-2540 or 885-2332? -   025'  When  you're  having difficulty'  getting along with each other call  Eleanor Mae, Counsellor/Therapist. 885-9018. #27  Alchdlics Anonymous  I 883-9251, 885-2896, 886-7272,  886-2954. TFN  PENDER HARBOUR-  Centre Hardware & Gifts 883-9914  John Henry's 883 2253  |IM HALFMOON BAY- r��� ���  B & J Store 8859435  rIN, SECHELT. ;  ..        \     ���  \y BookS & Stuff (Trail Bay Centre) 885-2625  The Coast News (Cowrie st) 885-3930  ��IN DAVIS BAY���:  / ' ;  ' ������  Peninsula Market 885-9721  .IN ROBERTS CREEK��� ��� ^������ ���  Seaview Market 885-3400  GIBSONS ��� ���  If someone in your family has a  drinking problem you can see  what it's doing to them. Can you  see what it's doing to you? Al  Anon can help. Phone 886-9826'  or 886-8228. " TFN;  Clean windows for peace of mind:  from $20, phone between 5-7.  Lou 886-8614. #25  South Coast  Ford  1978 LE BARON WGN  V8, automatic, air/cond.,  power windows/locks  trailer towing special  Wharf Rd, Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  Crowe Rd. Herb Farm, Roberts  Creek.  Follow signs. Sundays'  10-noon. Ph. 886-9324.      TFN i  HOUSE UNDER $60,000  LOWER GIBSONS  886-8558  TFN  Have anything to sell? Vendors  -Craftspeople wanted for Farmers  Market, Roberts Creek village,  Saturdays, 10-12, call Randie,  886-9324, Lindy 885-7951. #25  ^_VT  '0���_.     \ vl  k ^. Jisfcy'?' . v.,. y \.% J  \X'*^   . ^<JRl4Hiu_il_____L CiiMttt * I  .3��r&.y>r.  Neighbourhood garage sale, corner Winn & Gower Pt., Sun.,  June 29,9:30-noon. #25  3rd Annual  garage sale,  June 28,11-4.  Henderson  block long,  Rd.  Sat.  #25  14 ft. flatdeck. $400 OBO.  886-7377. TFN  FOR EXPLOSIVE REQUIREMENTS.  Dynamite, electric or regular  caps, B line E cord and safety  fuse. Contact Gwen Nlmmo,  Cemetery Road, Gibsons. Phone  886-7778. Howe Sound Farmer  Institute. TFN.  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  T & S TOPSOIL    ~y~  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  Oak  sideboard,   oak  dresser  (Canadiana), walnut dresser, lg..  .walnut wardrobe,  East Indian  wool rug, 9x12. 886-2671 eves.  '���'y. -."��������� w  Ij.dy.Bilt 6 HP rototilier, Tecum-  sehrlauson engine. 886-7932  a��_er6p.m. ���        #25  South Coast  k      Ford        A  1979 AUSTIN MINI  4 speed, 4 cylinder  Jtereo^mags  hart Rd., Sechelt  3 day Expo passes, 5 adult, 7  ' child/senior. 885-7977 eves. #25  1 Case 580B 1974 4 in 1, exten-,  dahoe 12" plus 24" buckets,  gd. wkg. cond., $10,500 OBO.  886-3692. #25  8 ft. satellite system, complete,  like new, $1000 firm; 1 Huskey  61 chainsaw, 1 McCulioch 18"  saw, both $400; 1 Panasonic car  radio. $25.886-2640. #25  South Coast  f       Ford       *  1985 TEMPO  4 door, 5 speed, 4 cyl.,  stereo, Nice Car  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  OL 5936 885-3281  Mushroom manure, $20 yd./$2 a  bag, topsoil too; Firewood,  seasoned 1 yr., $80, del.  886-7914. #25  Tools, tools, air kinds, all used,  A1 shape, moving, must sell,  cheap. 886-7559. #25  Inglis HD dryer, $225; like new  tow bar. $50; 4'x8*x16" box for  boat trailer, $15. 886-8487 eves.  #25  ;  / Th��  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  This is it! Been looking for a computer? Commodore 64,1541 disk  drive, 1702 colour monitor, 2 joy  sticks, 2 disk holders, power  surge protector and over $1000  worth of software! including. 180  games, utility, music,, speech  programs, complete pkg., $925  OBO. Call 886-3595 or 886-2268.  ask for Tarry. Make me an offer.  I'm easy. '���'.���������'.   #25  King size waterbed with frame &  heater, $250 OBO. Must sell.  886-3595. #25  Combination  886-2849.  elec./oil  stove.  #25  26" Electrohome colour TV, solid  state, new pic. tube, like new,  $350,886-5963. #25  Closing out sale - chest of  drawers, desks, fish smokers,  many more items, Sunday, June  29, Ron's New & Used, next to  Fire Hall. Madeira Pk. #25  Pressure canner, lg:, $75; 7 tier  plant stand. $10; Ids. 5 spd.  Apollo bike. $70.885-4748. #25  1980 Plymouth Horizon HB. low  miles, exc. cond , $3950.  886-3251 or 886-3783 #26  1977 Dodge 3/4 ton van, $1700.  885-3165. *26  1977 Ford Granada, $1900 OBO.  886-3418. :    y#26  South Coast  *-      Ford       -.  1980 HOMZtm  HATC!  Rd., Sechelt  ot, a��36 885-3281     ^  ���68 Rymoiith Fury if; 4 dr.. 318  motor, some rust, $300.  886-8523, att. 5.     ' #26  .. 71.510 Dats., 4 dr., auto; rebuilt  head inc., instal for cost of head.  883-2244. : ;;y#26  .. DLW36 ae&3281  Radl'O ShaCk Sunnycrest Mall, 886-7215  The Coast NeWS (behind Dockside  Pharmacy) 886-2622  $��      Weddings  . & Engagements  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  FOR MONDAY PUBLICATION  1 "VS* ,c*^'* *  <___,  .MKHttM  Mr. Gordon Douglas Sanderson  would like to announce the wedding of his daughter Bonnie Lynn  to Mr. Rex Whetzell of Et Toro,  California. Wedding to take place  on June 28 at 12 noon at Burnaby  Lake Village Museum. #25  Phone us today about our  beautiful selection of personalized  wedding invitations, napkins,  matches, stationery, and more!  Jeannie's Gifts & Gems.  886-2023. TFN  Doors, panelling, hardware,  paint, household goods, 766  Creekside Cres., Sunday 10-2.  #25  2nd Annual Arts Centre rummage  sale, Sat., June 28, 10 a.m.,  Trail & Medusa, Sechelt,  curiosities, collectables & other  great junk. #25  \i*g^ ..,������" ;  . ^ \  - ' '���^      s s ^^ ��' s - _   v'^N   \.  ���BM��MaiBaMMIBBa_-Wl>_iM_  Sale or trade for building lot,  $9000 value, 17.5 Double Eagle  boat, Volvo I/O, loaded, immaculate, illness forces sale. Also  10' inflatable, used once, $850.  886-2429. .     #25  ___.  -F ^iff-P   V^NP^WW^*'  >���  lOft  Drop off your classifieds at Centre  Hardware & Gifts - our "Friendly People!  "Place" in Madeira Park.  Fluffy orange male cat wearing  flea collar, last seen Gower Pt.  Rd. & tennis court area, answers  to Sunshine. 886-2694.       #25  Annie, sister of Reg & Ruth. If  you think you can replace her see  entertainment page or phone Nest  883-7573. #25  '69' Mazda, needs a little work &  battery, $225 firm; dbl bed,  $125. Ph. 886-3969. #25  Colour TV, Viking console, great  dear picture, needs minor colour  adjust., $250.886-2680.     #26  2vfiC-His^'rio frames, oils, 1  Madonna '% child. 15x19; 1  Madonna, 12x17; dark back-'  ground, very "old, very' fragile,.  $5000.886-7400.   J #25  Desk, $70; hutch, $30;  bookshelf, $35; 4 dr. chest, $40;  woodstove, $50; treadle, sewing  mach., $50.886-8029.       #25  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 Creek.  885-5033. TFN  r-mBURlHOUSt:-  Quallty Burl Clocks  and Tables.  ,   Everything for your  ..�� clock needs  pu   Indian Art ��� Oil  Paintings ��� Books  Pottery ��� Jewelry  Crafts ��� Cards  Custom Frames  ������������ also-^   Handwoven Garments  By Jacqueline Brown  of Strawberry Studios  ( Browsers Welcome  "We ship anywhere"  #819 Hwy. 101, Gibsons in the  Medical Plaza      886-3564  FhtowSd - get" wood now for  =^}: winter,fir, hem, $75acord, local  delivery, 886-9751. #25  Mixed firewood,  886-2708.  full cord,  $70.  #27  .48" Alaska sawmill with 090 &  070 power heads, 075, $1600.  OBO. 885-9601 eves. #27  Multicycle Inglis auto washer,  $295. Guaranteed & delivered.'  883-2648. TFN  South Coast  c      Ford      *  1981 FORD F150  4x4  6 cyl., 4 speed, 57,000 kms  1 Owner  Propane/Gasoline Powered  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  . ' --.. DL 5936 885-3281 .  1 set of concrete forms,  32"x96". %" ply. w/steel  whalers, y<x1 approx. 1200 l.f.,  used 4 times, $800. Ph. Albert,  886-8545. #26  26'1 Electrohome colour TV,  $300; Lloyds one piece stereo,  $125; '69 Buick stn. wgn.,  $350,886-2463. #26  Single captains bed, complete,  $200; single maple bed, complete, $125.886-3714.        #26  Tropicana fashion show & sale,  July 9, 6-10, Greenecourt Hall in  Sechelt. Tickets at the Bookstore  & Seaview Mkt. Bathing suits &  air brushed T-shirts, skirts,  shorts, dresses, etc. #26  Ideal for bsmt. suite or summer  cottage, comp. kitchen Cit.  cabinets. 4 appls., sink, $3000.  885-5786. #26  PRIMROSE LANE  CARPETS & LINO  Opening Specials  $Q95  SAXONY  sq.yd.  TEXLOOM RtfCROOM  CARPET        Sqyds7rs  100% PURE $-j 59S  NEW WOOL  sq. yd.  located across Iron)  TERRY'S GARDEN CENTRE  886-8700  1972   Massey   Ferguson   ex  cavator, $12,000.885-5448. #25  "I Single captains bed, complete,  $200; single maple.bed, complete. $125.886-3714.       #25  2 adult, 2 children's "bikes; 4 HP  rototilier; 30" electric range; 2.  lengths electrical cab tire.  886-3668 eves. #25  1 small herd reg. angus, 1 or ?;  ^also 1977 9V_' Galaxie camper;.  '1972 19' Vanguard trailer.  "886-2526. #27  Utility trailer, 4x7, good condition, $325.886-7567. #25  South Coast  Ford  1985 HONDA CIVIC  ��� 5 speed, 4 cyl.  23,000 kms, 1 owner  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  v��� r *S->  Rigid foam insulation 2".  13.  sheets,   $100;   27'   brown.  aluminum gutter, 50 cents/ft.;  1977 Honda, $1950.886-2521.  #25  1976 Ford cab, doors & fenders,  no rust, $300.886-3687.     #27  2-,59FordPU's,22316cyl.,1  complete, 1 parts, $500 for both.  886-3415 or 886-3122.        #25  1975 TR6, blue, snowtires with  wheels, cass. dk., radar detec-f  tor, luggage.rk., $5800 OBO.  885-4592. :        ;#25  South Coast  Ford  1983 F250  SUPERCAB 4x4  XLT Lariat  V8, automatic,  1 owner, nice condition  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  61*5936 885-3281^" '  78 Pontlac Acadian. ,4 drf^hat^  .chback, 4 spd., radial tires, good  family car, only $2500.  886-3841. #27  77 3/4 ton 4x4 Chev., new tires,  brakes, muffler, paint, $2300.:  886-3095. #27  '54 Chev 2 ton dump truck,  $800; '51 Ford 1 ton dumping  flat deck, $400. 885-3835 eves.  #27  '50 Dodge truck, good running  order, good tires, $500 OBO.  885-3742. #27  73 Fprd Torino in good running'  order,  pb,  ps,  good rubber,  $450. 885-3875 eves. #25-  '82 GMC Sierra Heavy Vz ton,.  elec. ign., ps, pb, Michs, V8,  auto, new paint, immac. cond.,  $7995.886-3997.      _     #25  1965 Ford Falcon  auto,   ps,   runs  886-9544.  wagon, 289,  well,   $300.  #25  1976 Red VW Rabbit. 2 dr.. 4  sp., stereo, well kept. $1995.  Ph. 886-3751. #25  '81 Subaru,  sp., good  886-2038.  station  cond.  wagon, 5  $6000.  #25  1969 Landrover, exc. cond.,  $2500 OBO. 886-3854.        #25  1975 VW Rabbit, good transportation, offers to $950. 886-3668,  eves.     '.     ��� #25  1979 Pontiac Lemans, sml.8  cylinder, one owner, autp,' ps,  pb, air, excellent cond., $2950.  886-8628. #25  1977 Dodge % ton,  $3000.885-7048.  auto,  360,  #25  72 Olds, wgn.,rlow miles; clean,  In/out, many new parts, $1900.  886-8504; #25  ��� Buy one"of the best 4x4's built.  1969 Land Rover in fine condition, $1800. 885-7297 after 5.  #25  8* custom made canopy camper  for short box pickup. 886-9834.  -     ���   '-" r #25  13' Gibson Coach trlr., sips; 4,  stove, fridge, elec/prop., Its.,  $950; 886-9909. #27"  1978 21* Aljo trailer, 4 pes.,  bthrm.,   stove,   fridge,   oven,,  awn., furn., unique layout, sips.  8, exc. cond., $6900. 885-7429.  #27.  Beautiful mini motorhome, loaded, 20,000 mis., 4 capt. swivel  seats. 885-7738. #27  8* Vanguard 1976 camper, 3 way  fridge, stove, furnace, sleeps 4,  good cond., $1600 OBO.  886-9818. #26  74 VW Westfalia, sleeps 4, runs  well, attaching \en\ stove,  icebox, very clean, $3200.  886-2543. #25  mmmm  The Sunalhlrie Coast News  reserves the right to classify  advertisements, under appropriate headings and  determine page location.  The Sunshine Coast' News  also reserves the right to  revise or reject any advertising which 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 *4W per 3 line Insertion.  Each additional line *1N. 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 orders  must accompany all classified advertising.  NOON SATURDAY  ALL FEES PAYABLE  PRIOR TO INSERTION  Please mail to:  COAST NEWS Classified. Box 460. Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  J   Or bring in person to one of our  *   Friendly People Places listed above  1     Minimum '4M per 3 line Insertion.  cm           m           3   1���1���1��������*���*���-*������1������������������������-������������������������������������������������������  I  I  I  I  I  I  .  m  ��� ���������  ���5  1'  -C  n  -LJ  ,rc  _.... 1 Tllll                    TJ  CLASSIFICATION: e.g. For Sale, For Rent, etc.  L  I  'Jit 20.  ��� ��� _  Pi  __  I  ?*'  __?*  <  �����_  Si  _- !  Si  _���'  fi  <*;  r��.  _���  6  M_w?ise  /J_7  ��  ' .  *���_  k*k  C  ���.  .*  ��.'  ....  iV  12' FG boat, 7.5 HP Sears outboard, trailer, not licensed, all  gd. cond., $850cash. 886-2642.  #25  161/z' Brentwood Fisher, FG hull,'  end. cab., all round visibility,  styrofoam filled double bottom,  9.5 HP B&S eng., prop pitch control, dual steering, SS muffler,  new canopy, rod holders, AM  radio, well maint., $1400 firm.  885-3383 or 886-3942.        #27  Halibrand marine V-drive, comp.  mono shaft. $900. 886-3863  mess. #25  10 foot FG with oars & trailer in  excellent condition. 883-9081.  #25  18' Sangster & trailer, 165 HP  Merc, fine shape, good price.  885-2986.        ' #25  South Coast  Ford      Y  OVERLOADED!  We've got a huge inventory.  C'mon down,  Let's Make A Deal...  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 685-3281  28 foot Hydrofoil - diesel.  886-8029. #25'  8' FG Trihull boat, 6 HP Evinrude  OB, $450 OBO. 886-3262 or  885-9366.      #26  I6V2 KC Semi deep V runabout,  depth & tabs, 140 I/O Merc,  needs block or gasket, $2500 or  closest. 886-7768. #26  1975 18' Sangster 1/0x120  Merc, anchor & power winch,  down rigger, sea hawk 580 depth  sounder, road runner trailer,  berth at Secret Cove, paid until  end of 86, $4500.885-3451. #26  26 ft. Bayliner Victoria, Merc.  228, F/W, C/bridge. low hrs.,  $12,750,886-8482. #26  14'x28" cabin on 35'x35" log  float, alum, rf., insul., toilet,  sink, wd. heater, $4500. Ph.  885-4493. #26  21 ft. Fiberform Mercruiser 165,  power winch, depth sounder,  compass, propane stove & oven,  $4500 firm. 885-3875 eves. #25..  23 ft.-'Bayliner'.Njsquaily com--"  mand bridge, mint cond*. many  extras,   perfecf^criafte'r* Boat;  921-9379.%; yvf .������?_������'���.  1_?7H  South Coast  Ford  1985 BRONCO II  "Loaded"  V6, Automatic,      ;  1 Owner, 12,000 kms  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  22Vz Fibreform, 302 FWC Merc.,,  low hrs., will consider part trade  for small car or 16' boat, $8500  OBO. 886-8104 after 6 p.m. #25  27 CalGlass, CB, TW, V8 I/O, 2  stns., many extras, trade or  $27,500 OBO. 886-9683.      #25  14' Puffin sailboat with trailer, 2  sails, seagull motor, $1300.  886-2543. #25  MV Blackfish 24' Owen, 318  Chrysler, FWC, live bait tank'  w/timer, VHF, CB, hydraulic trim  tabs, AM/FM tape deck, heads,  sink, 1 bunk, used as charter  boat, SS gas tank, $7000.'  885-7977 eves.   ..' #25  18' Hourston Glass Craft, hard  top with Volvo, like new, 140  eng. & 280 leg plus VHF &  heater, asking $6200. 886-7074.  #25  Coast News, June 23,1986  1  .-  ' It.    '.  Mobile Homes  Mobile home space available.  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Park. 886-9826. TFN  '���'S.b-'-JtWi'C^aM"'  pvv''::Fbrd--'-''^,  1980 TOYOTA  TERCEL  2 dr, 5 speed  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  M��!&_*cyeltes  .  1981 Kawasaki 400 in excellent  condition. 883-9081. #26  79 Yamaha XS750 DOHC con-  tinental tires, all factory options,,  fairing &bags, $1100 OBO. Steve  886-3841. #27  1982 Honda V45 Magna 750 cc,  exc. cond., windscreen, rack &  helmut incl., $2900. 886-9213;  days. #26:  175 Yamaha Endura, like new,  350 km, $700 or trade for pickup truck. 886-8252. #26  '82 KZ750, 25,000 km, nice  bike, $1300 OBO. 886-3233. #25  for ffcenC'  For the exceptional person  Granthams   luxury  waterfront  loft/1 bdrm. apt., bay windows,  stained   glass,   lg.   sundeck;  $425/m. 886-7830. #26  Central Gibsons bach, ste.,  $225; 1 bdrm. ste., $260,  suitable for OAP's. 886-3351.  . #26  3 bdrm. apt. near Hopkins, all  appl., incl. heat, $395/mo".  885-4748 or 886-2257 (bus.)#26  Prime office space in lower Gibsons, 200 sq. ft., $185/mo., 150  sq. ft., $140/mo. 886-2281 or  886-9213. #26  South Coast  >'       Ford      .J,  South Coast  l        Ford  1984 ESCORT  2 dr, 5 speed", 4 cyl,  31,000 klm, 1 owner  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  ���>>y  y.~%  ^PJ___I  W&$& tt> Item  *!_*_________  3 to 4 bdrm. house req. by  Jul/Aug, Sechelt or Gibsons  area, ref. supplied. Ph. 886-3316  or call collect, 530-0920 aft. 5  p.m. #26  Resp. mature couple, NS, ND,J  req. furn. 2 bdrm. house or apt.,  lower Gibsons, Dec. 1 - April 1.  886-3992.:     v #26  Needed: rental house for working  man, single; good character with  ref., Gibsons area. Ph.  886-9786. #26  South Coast  h       Ford       .  ^76CHpVl|TE,  ���v-_# vv-   4 cyl/.jllto^'' *-r ���"���  vfifeftTii^.?^fl: _*��_______?;�����"*<������  ��^j_eaaf  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  .__/  Long term, 2 bdrm. modern  house, condo. or apt., retired  couple, refs., rent neg.  885-4692. #25  Furn. 1 bdrm. house or suite for  2 retirees. 886-7347. #25  *e<l & Breakfast  Ocean front suite, Selma Park,  $50/nite; RV parking, $15/nite.  885-7333. :   #26  South Coast  *-      Ford  1984 MSf)  4 dr, f(jm%lft Vc  'Rd., Sechelt  dl 5936 885-3281      y\  SUNCO  _tJ-Jfe  ���JF   W !_���  m Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  'V ���S  Mini storage, also outdoor &  covered storage behind security  fence. 886-8628. #25  Abbs Rd., 3 bdrm, no pets, no  children, $500. 886-9648.    #25  View waterfront, Redrooffs area,  large 2 bdrm. home, fireplace,  appl. inc., July 1, $495.  430-6980. #26  Chaster Rd., private 3 bdrm.  custom finished house,  wash/dryer', fridge, stove,  dishwasher on acreage, 3 stable  barn, avail. July 1, $550/mo.  885-7601. #26  Summer cottage from July 6, 2  bdrm., sleeps 5, fully modern.,  elec. stove & heat, above good  beach near Byng scout camp,  $175/wk. 886-9204;;: ;���;; #25  House in Roberts Creek available  Sept.,   5   appliances,; refs.'  886-9993. .'.'���'   #27  Avail, now, bright new 1 bdrm.  grnd. fir. ste., full bath, drapes,  WW, appls. 886-3954. #27  South Coast  Ford  1984 CROWN  VICTORIA WAGON  V8 - automatic, loaded  . ;'f   a&theWF'55QQsk*ri fStsj^  , WharfcRd^Seeh-rtt**'*'"  PL 5936 885-3281  Small cottage, fully furn./ suit  one, carport, quiet & cozy,  $350/mo. inc. util. 886-9336.  #25  Office space for rent; 2nd floor  above Gibsons Building Supplies.  886-8141. TFN  1, 2, 3, bdrm. apts., heat and  cable vision inc., reasonable  rents. 886-9050. '..'/TFN'  Community   Hall   for; rerit 'in  ��� Roberts Creek.  Phone, Debbie,'  886-3994, 7-10p.mU'V;-: 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  2 bdrm. view, sundeck; new  carpets, no pets, $365/mo.  886-7204. #27  Waterfront home, Roberts Creek,  3 bdrm., 2 bath., lg. landscaped  lot, $700/mo. Call 1-461-1159.  #27  Small",2 bdrm. double wide, Hall  Rd., avail. July 15, 3/4 acre  jtreed   prop.,   ref.,   $330/mo.  886-8375 or 886-3168.        #27  JOURNEYMAN  <   CARPENTER/  /     CABINET  MAKER  School District #46 has an  opening for.the'above position  caused by the retirement of the  incumbent. This position; is 8  hrj. ./day(7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.),  5 "days/wk., and is available  as soon as the selection process is complete.  The position is that of  carpenter and requires  tradesman qualifications.-. Certification and/or experience in  other trades, as well as experience with lock  maintenance, are desirable  assets. A driver.s license is  mandatory. Supervision and  training of one apprentice is  also part of the job.  Salary paid is the rate for  Maintenance Tradesman a:,  provided in the contract; currently $14i78/hr. but subject  to renegotiation. effective July  1; 1986, with Local 801,  CUPE. Persons-interested in  applying for this postion are to  submit their application to the  undersigned, in writing, on or  before Monday, July 7,;1986.  R. Mills. Secretary-Treasurer  Box 220 ���  Gibsons BC VON 1V0    ���'.'  Receptionist-Secretary.,'. This  position requires a variety of  skills such as greeting patients,  telephone etiquette, knowledge of  medical terminology, dictatyping.  bookkeeping, accurate filing procedures, taking minutes of  meetings. Successful applicant  must b6 neat in appearance and  have a pleasant personality. Interested applicants apply .to the  Pender Harbour & District Health  Clinic,. Bo*-308, Madeira Park,  .BC VON 2H0;;���"..;' /#25  Earn extra income & get alliyour  pantyhose & access, at wholesale  prices! -Sell FT, PT or casually to  friends.. $ family. Interviews will  be held Ifiiypur. town this mpnth.  For more info, write to; 74-J3437  E. 49 Ave:, Van., BC V5S.^M1.  To start;immed. send $lB for  samples,; (refundable).      ; ?;j#25  TirrietO;update your resume;? Let  our fihgefrs do your talking!  885-5212. Arbutus Officej^Ser-  vices. "- ; '/,       '{.#27   ���- ��� y-   ';.   ���  ,        The Great Gate Pool  'Predict when the gate at Armours  .Beach will disappear. If you're  right I'll pay you $100. 886-8029  Zale. ���     #25  Student summer job, start immed., asst. curator Arts. Centre,  post sec. arts related field pref.  885-5412 or Manpower Office.  #25  Sales clerk with office exp. Send  resume & salary expectations to  Box 1579, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  #25  Work Woafe-1  Painting!  Call Dave at 886-3171.  #26  Carpentry, renovations & repairs.  Dale 886-3444. #25  GEORGE'S TREE REMOVAL  YARD MAINTENANCE  Will clean up after the tree toppers. Exterior painting, haul junk.  886-9308. ,#26  Hedge & Cedar Trimming,"reas.  rates, free estimate. 886-3982.  #27  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  Exp. plumber needs work, old or  new jobs, reasonable rates.  886-9149. #25  Garden maintenance, yard cleaning, other odd jobs, $5/hr. Call  886-3149. #25  South Coast  Ford       .  1984 TEMPO, 2 door  4 cyl, 5 speed  Immaculate Condition  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  >w.  ���  ^-  Caring person to tutor students  over summer & through school,  review work & practise - eng./  math/etc, refs. avail. $6/hr.  886-7025. #26  Builder, plumber, electrician, 35  yrs. exp., one call does it all, property mgmt. Tom Constable  886-3344 or 886-9316.        #29  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.��^  - $2/hr.  If you  need  quality  care call  DANA at  886-2558  TOWN OF GIBSONS  Cm*  Business  littles  Bus business, working partner  required, investment necessary.  Call 886-2268, ask for Tarry.  .TFN  r  MAGICAL  TOUCH  that's it..the  CLASSIFIEDS  SELL or BUY ANYTHING!  CALL  the COAST NEWS  NOTICE OF  Application to  increase Water  Rates  For Users  Outside  Municipal.  Boundaries  Notice is hereby given by  the Town of Gibsons that an  application has been made by  it to the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Water Utility Act, for  his consent to the filing under  the provisions of the Water  Utility Act and the Utilities  Commission Act of amended  water rates and charges for  water service for users located  outside the municipal boundaries. A summary of the existing and proposed rates is as  follows:  Classification:  Unmetered.  Existing  Rate/Month:  $7  Proposed    New   Monthly  Rate:  $7.63.   Proposed   In  crease: 9%.  Classification: Metered. Existing Rate/Month: $.75/100  cu. ft. Proposed New Monthly  Rate: $.82/100 cu. ft. Proposed Increase: 9%.  Classification: Minimum  Monthly Charge (including  meter rental). Existing  Rate/Month: $7. Proposed  flew Monthly Rate: $7.63.  Proposed Increase: 9%.  Increases. are required to  pay for the increased costs of  electric power required to  pump water.  Any person wishing further  information in connection with  the proposed water rates or  reasons- for the proposed  changes in water rates should  apply direct to the Municipal  Clerk, Town of Gibsons, 474  South Fletcher Road, PO Box  340, Gibsons BC.  By direction of the Comptroller of Water Rights, objections to the application are.to  be forwarded to the Comptroller of Water Rights, Water  Utility Act, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria BC, to be in  his hands on or before July 18,  1986.  R. Lorraine Goddard  MUNICIPAL-CLERK .  TOWN OF GIBSONS  -1  ���1  ���-'_&  CLASSIFIEDS  .yn  PROVINCE-WIDE  CLASSIFIEDS:  ���'>i  . Now you can phone  us from anywhere on  the Coast and weh)  help you place yoyr  COAST NEW��  CLASSIFIER  BY PHONE!  885-3930  TUESDAY TO FRIDAY  This  Newspaper  is Recyclable  2....  ���M,\  '%������'  V  B LAN KET CLASSI FI ED ADVERTISING  .-   i-ies.'J. _d> -ppoji/in (he morVlhan 70 Newspapers  of the B.C. and Yukon Community Newspapers Association and reach-800,000 homes and a potential two million readers.  S119. fpr"36"words, '($3   per.each additional word)   Call the COAST NEWS at 885-3930 to place one.    h:i  MARINE  announces tho opening of their new  SALES - SERVICE DEPOT  with an 8 man staff of sales representatives  and qualified service technicians  SUNCO MARINE LTD.  i are agents for:  ��� YAMAHA ��� CHRYSLER ��� VOLVO  ��� OMC-EVINRUDE ��� BORG WARNER  ��� SIMPSON POWER PRODUCTS  ��� CANAVENTURE ��� FIBERTECH BOATS  t ;  I Now Hear This:  | the SEA WEST II  : equipped with  ! TWIN VOLVO AQAD-40 DUAL PROP  j Diesel engines will be on  ! demonstration Sat., June 28  i Volvo representatives will be in attendance.  ! Come in and help us celebrate our  GRAND OPENING  Thursday, June 26 thru Saturday, June 28  Complimentary Coffee & Doughnuts  ! SUNCO MARINE LTD. Box 308, Hwy 101  | Gibsons, BC VON 1VO 886-3560 & 2929  Make a note of our new location: Hwy 101, Gibsons {formerly Paul  Drake & Rent A Wreck, midway between Gibsons Harbour &  Sunnycrest Mall)  South Coast  K      Ford       .  ,.,;*"T^��,,riyE -. -   Where can you lease a truck  for only $119.97 per month?  Call   R.C.   BelL collect^at  525-3481   of ;t(_Tt-free   a��..-'  800-242-?757_ DL 5674.-|��_:  Lease 4x4 $2474 perVhijiBth! ���  Factory .prdj��r to youf.-splcSJ  Lease /-t>'uy;',ea r /1 r uc KV.G _.-'  Ford-Ch>^sfef-l_.port_..:'.'i,Call  Bob   Robinson   Toll-frVeS-H  - '800-242^416, PL 7856:#^.;  One ��� hoi.r .credit   apprbS/al!,  Possible;;.with our -'.exclusiveX  . Diia'l-A .C.3��  and ��� jnstanj&tifc''-  'credit program.   Lease/jp'ur^;  . dhase .with or withouty#)p-���'  tion, your choice'. /(^��pl.d.  Pleus.. a.V Royal ��� -GM'.'. i8K_&-  -.41 t.t. West Vancouver^.Q.L.:  ���_>53-M.--;���".**"������-���.���-. -, ���-"_>':  Ford'ft3!eseland; Gas Trucks.  ' (slothing down OAC .witft^niy.  easy tb own plan.'Calf Giirly  464r027'l.; or :tbll-free?**800- .-  242-FORD. DL523t..y._._%' .y  Large selection used truii.ks-;.  ^Nothing .'(tjowryQA C,;wit_$rtiy  easy to own plan. Call Curly  464-0271 ;or ..toll-free. 1-8'tiO-:  242-FORD:. PL5231.;     ^..,y.  Dams Fbrd trucked'Six  blocks"West of Guildford on  104th Ave:, Surrey. 588-  9921. Out of town 1-800-  242-DAMS.         ....  Increase diesel power up to  50%. Turbo charge your,6.9  L or 6.2 L Ford, oryGMi-  engine'.''' For particulars:  Dave at Ats Turbo Systems;  Kamloops, B.C. (604)376t  2155.  .BUSINESS   ,  IOPPOhTUNITlES  EDUCATIONAL  HELP WANTED  REAL ESTATE  1979 BRONCO 4x4  V8 - automatic  Priced to Save.$$$  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  v     PL 5936 885-3281       ^  Whse. workspace, over 1000 sq.  ft., high ceiling, large overhead  door, Industrial Way, Gibsons.  886-8226. #26  Shop & office space for rent.  886-7111.    ��� #25  2 bdrm. duplex ste., located Gibsons, close to all amenities,  $250/m. 886-2975. #25  Excellent retail space available  Gibsons area, will re-decorate to  suit tenant. 886:8628. #25  South C_ oast  ^y''.:'.Fot.ci\':' '>  1974 F100 SUPERCAB  V8, automatic  Priced Right _  Wharf Rd, Sechelt  *_       DL 5936 885-3281        j  Ex-Lease. 66 F350 4x4i   cab 7.5 litre ' foUr> sjjSed  $369.67 per mbhtn.'Call,collect 1-872-5162 Bob Siska: or  Andy Jessa. PL 8064.   '���/  Mitsubishi Diesel - cut- that  fuel bill in half and travel  twice as far. Will repowe.r  pickups, tow trucks, campers & motorhomes. Recondition or used engines from  $1795. with overdrive transmission. Simpson Power  Products, 110 Woolridg'e  St., Coquitlam, B.C. V3K  5V4. 1-520-3611. ���  Lower Monthly Payments.  Through Drive-Bac Plan.  1O0's of Ford trucks and  cars. Phone for speedy credit approval. Collect 1-294-  4411. Ask directly for Drive-  Bac Department. ���___  BUSINESS >  OPPORTUNITIES  Earn up to $2,000. every  week for life. Simple ��wrf<  at home business. Write:  Robdor Sales, 1748 Main St.  Suite 103J, Buffalo; New  York, U.S.A. 14208.      :- .:.'  Be independent. Busy Sandwich shop. Seats 50. Self-  serve, training provided.  Great family business.  $65,000: Box 6033, Salmon  Arm Observer, Box 550,  Salmon Arm, B.C. VOE 2T0.  Sales person required Who  wishes to add a Canadian  made antique replica lamp  to product line. Requires  purchase of $50. kit (refundable). Write: Canadian Classic Designs Ltd., R.R.1 Hornby Island, B.C. VOR 1Z0.  (604)1-335-2868 (Collect)  Discount Jeans! Sell famous  maker substandard jeans  from your own home. Also  first quality samples and  clearances. Jeans, 115-390  Partridge, Winnipeg, Man.  R2V3H5.  .Great Business Opportunities, Jobs, Great community  .Jiving. Excellent commercial  and residential property  ' available. .Contact Vulcan  District Chamber of Commerce, Box 385, Vulcan,  Alberta. TOL 2B0. (403)485-  6933;:    Immed'iate. cash flow. We  provide exclusive territories  to self-motivated individuals  ������'to.'service the Hotel & Motel  industry.. Contact Doug or  Norm, at 681-6106 or write:  Inn House Systems, 1370-  200 Granville Street, Van-  cbuver, B.C. V6C 1S4.  Tired ; of the investment  gamble? .15,%. per year.  Rentals paid to you quarterly in US funds. Solid, sensible investment. No day to  day' worries. Physical asset  with registered ownership.  Five year term (renewable)  minimum, investment  $2,950. US. Ask about bur  capital appreciation program. For- more info phone  273-1116. Pacific Rim Container Sales Limited, 100-  10651 Shellbridge Way,  Richmond, B.C. V6X 2W8.  Real Estate Investment  combined with established  money making business  overlooking the ocean in  Canada's best climate. Recognized in "B.C. Best  Places". Call Fred (604)  485-9151.   . Laundromat 30'x120' lot.  Two storey building. Apart-  . merits .up, laundromat  down. Business $79,000.  Land, buildings, business  $179,000. Owners retiring.  Anxious! Marg Willis Bestsellers Realty. 832-7144,  832-3677.    Chance of a lifetime. Own a  franchise U-Brew Store.  Turn key operation, training, excellent profits. Act  now for your choice loca-  tion. Phone (604) 652-3390.  EDUCATIONAL   Summer School of Sound -  1986. Enroll in our week  long intensive Sound & Recording Engineering Courses. Three Levels, trade  school certified, tax deductible, & very affordable.  Classes begin June 9th &  continue throughout summer. A Sound reason to  bometo Vancouver! Bullfrog  Recording . School, 2475  Dunbar St., Vancouver,  B.C. V6R 3N2. 734-4617.  Cook For A Career. Graduates of our Professional Culinary Training Program are  employed in the most prestigious establishments in  B.C. Full-time, six month  course starts August 5,  1986. Government assistance available. Write or  call for brochure: Pierre Du-  brulle Culinary School, 1522  West 8th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6J 4R8. 738-  3155.           'Free: 1986 guide to study-at-  home correspondence Diploma courses for prestigious-  careers: Accounting, Aircon-  ditioning, Bookkeeping,  Business, Cosmetology,  Electronics, Legal / Medical  Secretary, Psychologyj Travel. Granton, (1A) 1055  West Georgia Street #2002,  Vanco uver. 1-800-268-1121.  Auction School, 14th year,  1,200 Graduates. Courses  April, August and December. Write Western Canada  School of Auctioneering,  Box 687, Lacombe, Alberta.  TOC 1S0. (403)782-6215  evenings (403)346-7916.  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.   Dynamic Future: Makeup  Artist, Esthetician. August  Enrollment. Free Brochure.  Yvon Bourgeois International Academy of Esthetics and  Beauty Design, 825 Granville Street, Vancouver,  B.C. V6Z 1K9. 688-0513.  EQUIPMENT &  MACHINERY   G-660 1973 Warner Swasey  Gradall, remote control, c/w  two buchets 60" and 36".  To $37,000. O.B.O. Will  take water tanker on trade.  Ron 1-604-226-7256, 1-604-  226-7332.   FOR SALE MISC.  IBM PC/XT Comp. Two  year warranty. 256K, High-  Resolution Monitor. Graphics, Word Processing, D-  Base, Spreadsheet software  included. $1,550. (Includes  same day shipping). Limited  offer. (604) 986-7680.  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.   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.  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  Mechanic: Top notch Toyota  & Import mechanic with  domestic car skills. Should  have four years with franchise dealer experience. Steady work, good future, immediate start for successful  applicant. $17.43/hr., dental  plan, ail fringe benefits.  Apply to 1290 Burrard St.,.  Vancouver B.C. V6Z 1Z4,  Downtown Toyota Centre  Ltd. before June 30/86.  Printers required. Vancouver offset printer requires  two experienced Goss Community Printers. Full time  salaried positions. Reply  Box 2008, 1035 Davie  Street, Vancouver, B.C.  V6E 1M5.    ���  ^���i-S3Q  Registered Nurses. 37 bed  hospital Lillooet seeking  permanent registered nurses, BCNU contract. Accommodation available. Apply  with , references to: Lynn  Woodford, D.O.N. Lillooet  District Hospital, Box 249,  Lillooet, VOK 1VO.  Experienced hair stylist  and/or esthetician for busy  salon in Grand Forks, B.C.  Location includes lake, rivers, beaches, ski resort.  Phone (604)442-8138.  Needlecrafters! Excellent income potential teaching and  selling needlecrafts for Panda Stitchcraft. Representatives especially needed in  rural communities. Write  Panda Stitchcraft, Station  "B", Box .1654, Regina,  Sask. S4P 3C4,  International Playthings.  Exciting opportunity for toy  consultants to sell educational toys through home  parties. Training provided.  Call 1-270-4534. 7011B Elm-  bridge Way, Richmond,  B.C. V7C 4V5.   Full-time experienced apartment manager (couple) required in Squamish. Must  be bondable and have handyman skills. Good wages.  Send resume to Box 5272,  Squamish, B.C. VON 3GO.  Kinderparty International  Toys now seeking independent toy consultants for  busy year-end. Earn extra  income, service community  families by marketing quality toys and games through  educational demonstrations  and catalogue sales. Describe career background to  receive information package. Kinderparty Toys 1558  West 6th, Vancouver, B.C.  V6J 1R2 (604)734-2264.  NOTICES   Village Of Berwyn, Alberta  Homecoming Weekend,  July 31 - August 3. Ail  Ex-Berwynites invited.  Opening event Berwyn Fiesta. Information: Elsie Gur-  ela, Box 61, Berwyn, Alber-  ta. (403) 338-3025.  PERSONAL   If you have had poor work  done by a British Columbia  Lawyer you are.invited tb  send your name and address to Box 17, RR #1,  Widgeon Road, Williams  Lake, B.C., V2G 2P1. A  consumers group might be  formed to protect the pub-  lic?  Dates Galore. For all ages  and unattached. Thousands  of members anxious to meet  you. Prestige Acquaintances. Cail, toll Free 1-800-  263-6673. Hours: 9a.m. to  7p.m.   Singles Line. Singles telephone club for unattached  adults of all ages and areas.  A safe & enjoyable way to  meet others. Ladies register  free. Call 1-681-6652.  REAL ESTATE  No down payment. Luxury  three bedroom river view  homes located in Maple  Ridge, most with large lot3  in crescent locations. Why  rent? From $800. per  month. Call Al 680-7618, 24  hour pager.   Bamfield Waterfr.ont ,-:%ii^  Income. Westcoast Vahcouver Island, three BR -home  with $612/mo from:lease,pl  . adjacent general store.  Floats for ten boats. Asking  $119,000. Call Ed. (604) 384-  1180.  Fully serviced acreages.  Four to 10 acres. $26,000. to  $55,000. Ideal location, good  access, paved roads, beautiful view. Marg Willis Bestsellers Realty Ltd. 832-7144,  832-3677. - -h-T  SERVICES  j_  Suffering an ICBC Personal  Injury Claim? Carey Linoe/  Lawyer, 14 years, 1650 Qur-s  anleau, Vancouver, B,VC���  V6K. 3S4. Phone 0-684-7798  for Free How To informa.  tion: ICBC Claims and. An  wards. "If you have'^a  phone you've got a lawyer.'!  Major personal injeiry  claims. Joel A. Wener, Lawyer experienced in litigatibn"  since 1968. Call collect-���03  736-8261. Free initial consultation. Contingency fees*  available. 1632 West ; 7th,!  Vancouver. .   the New Divorce AcT allows  divorces    based    on    orie  year's   separation.   Routine  divorces will not require an  appearance in court, so ,q,ur  law clinic can handle your  uncontested divorce by rnaji  for a fee of. $300, plus disbursements,   until  July  2(1.]  Call 1-669-1515 or write to.  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Quiet-  Clean Comfortable Budget  Accommodation. Europe'arYl  Charm situated in the sha-_!  dows of two giant shopping i  complexes, Sears tower &>  Pacific Centre. Reservations |  1-669-1556. ���;���  Visiting Expo? We can ac-|  commodate two  to  ten   in -i  privacy in our home, private .j  entrance,   complimentary;.'  breakfast.    Non-smoking. ..j  Parking.   From   $45.   (604) in  272-1973. y\  WANTED  l\  Wanted - Bush Mills two }f  custom cut in the Lillooet {;  area. Contact David Rennie '.��  256-4133 or 256-7438 for V  more information. .'�� Coast News, June 23,1986  21.  ���-  **���������     '  '       i    -��������aj��__������___��____��a��Mll_��>_______ll.jddJ<d^MM>^  The Roberts Creek Farmers' Market is open again for the summer. Here there are fresh herbs,  vegetables, crafts and friendly faces. The hours are 10 a.m. to noon, Saturdays. ���Dianne Evans photo  Editor  Wildlife Club protests  Editor:  The Pender Harbour and  District Wildlife Society wants  to go on record as being opposed to the present method of introducing aquaculture on the  Sunshine Coast.  Too little is known about the  effects of the current aquaculture methods on wild salmon  stock and the possibility of  disease which could wipe out  one of our most valuable resources, a miracle of nature.  CBU-FM Signal  Editor:  This letter is addressed to  those in the area served by this  newspaper who want an improved signal from CBU-FM,  the CBC's stereo service from  Vancouver.  In a few weeks the CBC will  be applying to the Canadian  Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission for  permission to erect a re-broadcasting transmitter on Saltspring Island. The signal from the  proposed transmitter would  greatly improve the CBC's  stereo service to lower Vancouver island and the Sunshine  Coast.  The West Coast Media Society, a non-partisan, non-profit  consumer group is supporting  the CBC's application and  wants to hear from all groups  and individuals with the same  goal.  Our address is: West Coast  Media Society, 2619 Dalhousie  Street, Victoria, BC V8R 2H8.  Alternatively, you can express your support for the  CBC's application by writing  directly to: Fernand Belisle,  Secretary General, CRTC Ottawa, Ont. K12A 0N2.  Finlay Payne  President  West Coast Media, Society  Ad irks Kolibas  Editor:  Even though this letter is appearing after the election I still  wish to let my many friends and  supporters know that I knew  nothing about the ad placed by  "concerned citizens", (in  another local publication).  Anyone who is truly concern  ed about anything will be honest  enough tb sign their name.  I believe there will be a long  hard row to hoe before the new  community, is "one" and the  support of-all citizens is vital.  May God give his blessing on  the new council.  J. M. Kolibas  Salmon farms sire being imposed on this coast by brutal  and authoritarian actions, largely by outsiders, without notice  or discussion ahead of time, or  consideration for adjoining property owners. Many of us feel as  if we are in a state of siege.  Therefore, our Society requests that a hold be imposed at  once on further aquaculture  development until a thorough  study has been made of this new  industry, with meaningful input  from the residents of this peninsula, who will be most directly  affected.  There is at present no intelligent regulation, and no concern whatsoever is being shown  for the safety of our sports and  commercial fishermen and for  recreational boaters, many of  them tourists, who can no  longer find safe anchorages in  the bays and formerly protected  areas, most of which have been  pre-empted by the fish farm  pens.'.-'  The vote to make this protest,  taken at our last meeting,.on  Tuesday evening, June 17,  1986, at the Madeira Park  Elementary School, was  unanimous.  The Pender Harbour and  District Wildlife Society  Night safety urged  Editor:  Last Sunday night at 10 p.m.  I was driving to the store. When  I made a left hand turn there  were two teenagers riding  bicycles with no reflectors or  lights. Barely visible it was lucky  I saw them.  Needless.to say, when I parked the vehicle and talked to the  boys I mentioned to them that if  anything should have happened  I, the driver of a motor vehicle,  would have been liable.  Tlie reply one of the boys said  was, "I was watching." Since  most accidents occur from lack  of awareness this could have  caused a disastrous scene, which  no one wants to have happen.  To all parents concerned,  please make sure all bikes have  reflectors and lights if night  riding.  A little preventive medicine  goes a long way.  James Rhodes  - ..  W.J  .*'  >!'  t^lM%^vyj,  $-..  w  ��;  *   "ft       . hi.  Im * _���___  V_-_- _- __      '     i_     a_   _  *,  *,? _  *-_*'_" f  f\ **.iJ.  i��gri  YSu  \S v  "_.-Vi  .-_.  . S_%,.      ��� ��� .  CS&"#-V-' _>��� ���'  Backhouse resident  pays tax, moorage  #  Editor:  I take umbrage to Syd Heal's  remark that as non-residents  "we buy a bag full of groceries  and a tank of gas now and  then". Capital expenditure on  my summer place on the Sunshine Coast has amounted to  over $20,000 in the last 15 years,  all with local contractors.  I pay $400 yearly for  moorage and most important,  ���Hp Brush & Blackberries  ���fy,"'T.\ getting out of hand?  Now's the time!  Call The  BUSHWACKER  885-7421  $600 per year taxes (no  homeowner grant) so consequently do not get my taxes for  $1. Without our tax money the  district would find it difficult to  provide their present services to  the local residents.  Each time we come we stop at  Trail. Bay Centre and buy  groceries, etc. (more than one  bag).  Perhaps Syd Heal forgets he  was a developer of the  Backhouse Road subdivision  when his sales pitch was recreational property. I wonder what  changed his mind?  Many merchants on the  Coast would find it difficult to  survive without us nonresidents. Also, I am sure the  B.C. Ferries would not have as  many sailings if it was only  dependent on local residents  and fish farmers.  P. Parmiter  co��$t,  doOart  WPP*  ��*��x  ' y< ��� .-4' **��� ���   ' <��� i  ttX + _$������ * -      '-   <.  ,  ;"*&**��   .   * * y 'V  Vi   "    . ri ������* '  >-.*<*   * ��*  *"    �� __  3.      **  *&m  *f * ��,*  ____T^H_ll_________Vf'  iHliyifaesthe  l^&icuW^t through  iift'sspetit locally.  \  ?>A:':'"-j>.  it*..  The businesses who advertise in the Sunshine  Coast News are owned and staffed by  neighbours of yours, who work hard every day  to provide the goods and services that are  essential to a growing community.  Drop in and see them the next time you need  something. You can be assured of a warm  welcome.  _K>_  rrnt^n  KW$rJ"K  k&m~  _-*_  _.  Portable Toilet Rentals  Camp grounds ��� Outdoor picnics  Fairs ��� Reunions ��� Gatherings  Construction sites.  SEPTIC TANK PUMPING  Bonniebrook Industries  886-7064  Serving the entire Sunshine Coast  _ _--.  ms&at home  1M&  :^i&  <#?  /-���  M  }&&  !fr  f_r____5. jz. ����* ?*t   .       t -v .  g&i  ��B _i^ .��.  _.'  t__iir-_  (5^:<_yJ.  otels3?.;.*;:A?��.  f?' \-  m  f^^Wt  ;^_  ��. /.j  Hi  ,^r  .%  . *j  ,i___r_ii  S _���  *~ \ ?_. f   .    * *v .  t^. i    .     __ ** ^J,  i ^_U^^i_H^ ffl->nfi *r^v &_:.*._���__���_  .��_ ^i s  tvJ��  ___ 22.  Coast News, June 23,1986  i..  ���iff?.;  Fisheries Minister Tom Siddon (left) cut the ribbon at Aqua West's  official opening Saturday, with Sechelt's Mayor elect Bud Koch  there to lend a hand. ���John Gleeson photo  Tragic diving accident  At approximately 4:15 p.m. on June 20 Paul Herbermann,  46, of Sechelt, was drowned while iscuba-diving at the  Skookumchuck Salmon Farms in Agamemnon Channel, according to a press release from the Sechelt detachment of the  RCMP.  Next of kin has been notified but no decision has been  made by the coroner about the date for an inquest. Investigation continues.  Arts Centre gets  Challenge '86  and Immigration, but even local  Manpower representative Tom  Nishimura was surprised by the  about-face.  "We just got the phone call  Friday morning," he told the  Coast News, "iand they're supposed to start work on Monday!"  Any students interested in  working at the Arts Centre, in  the garden, or as an assistant  curator for which position an  Art student would be most  suitable, should call either the  Arts Centre at 885-5412 or contact the Manpower Office in  Sechelt.  Students must have been in  school until at least last October  and must be intending to return  to school in September in order  to qualify for the program.  The Arts Centre staff was  surprised to hear last Friday  that their Challenge 86 application has now been successful. In  the original allocation of funds  the Arts Centre did not receive  funding for any student jobs;  the Centre depends on summer  students to enable it to condin-  tue its regular programs.  Curator Donna Shugar told  the Coast News that three  students will be hired, two to  work in the garden which is "in  dreadful shape'' and one student to act as assistant curator.  "It must have been our lobbying efforts," Shugar said.  Comox-Powell River MP Ray  Skelly had brought the Arts  Centre case to the attention of  the  Ministry of Employment  Due to the reairfamge^  ability to place the Quinitsa on the Buckley Bay/Denman  Island route it has been necessary to reassign a number of  vessels during the summer period. Therefore, the second  vessel on the Saltry Bay/Earls Cove route will be the 45 car  Queen of the Islands. The summer schedule is effective Friday, June 27, 1986.  New Backeddy hours  The Backeddy Pub in Egmont has received an extension in  its hours of operation from the Liquor Control Board in Victoria. '      ���': .   ^-' ������-  The pub will now be open until midnight on Sunday  through Thursday, and until 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.  The Sunshine  ��� --'.-  A Twin Otter arrived in  Sechelt around 3 p.m. Saturday, landing in the choppy  waters of Trail Bay with a great  white splash and tying up at the  Aqua West floats, some still  partly unfastened since the  previous week's storm.  Out of the plane stepped  Tom Siddon, Minister of  Federal Fisheries, ministers  from six different provinces and  two senior administrators in the  B.C. government.  It was opening day for Aqua  -  West.  Oddvin Vedo, Aqua West coordinator, welcomed the ministers to Sechelt with a speech,  highlighting the potential of the  Aqua West displays to attract  Expo spin-off business and Siddon replied in kind, extolling  the virtues of aquaculture and  its promotion.  When the party reached dry  land at the head of the ramp, a  crowd of a few dozen people  watched Siddon slice the opening day ribbon; but not before  Mayor elect Bud Koch strode  up to him and shook his hand  and Anne Langdon cleared a  space for Vedo to duck backhand take a quick photograph.  ?^  After the cutting, the  ministers continued on their  tour of the Sunshine Coast,  focussing mainly on mariculture  and fishing, staying the night,  many with their wives, at the  Jolly Roger Inn.  Doreen Richardson of Wood  '-.  Guess Where  The usual prize pf/Jg5.-'. will;:ft|  awarded the firefehtiy drawn  which correctI^.y 1 ocates^tlfe  above. Send yo_ir" entriesyjfe  reach the Coast : N<. ws, Box  460, (Gibsons, this week. Last  week's; winner "was J.; Wingfield, RR 4, Fircrest Road,  Gibsons who correctly locate^  *Ke wheelbarrow in ""  Ostrosky front yard.  the  yl  'RE A WINNER THREE  NEWS CLAS  SERVICE:  e  ���������  You can phone your Classified Ads in - FREE from anywhere on  I the Coast - to our Sechelt office, 885-3930.  You can use your Visa or Mastercard to pay for your Classified  ,Ad.  You can place and/or pay for your Classified Ads at any of our  Friendly People Places in Pender Harbour,. Halfmoon Bay,  Sechelt, Davis Bay, Roberts Creek and Gibsons. (See our ad in  the Classifieds for specific locations.)  In addition, your Classified Ad will be read FIRST EVERY  WEEK, with the Coast News.  At only $4 for three lines and $1 for each additional line, PLUS  three weeks for the price of two the Coast News provides the  best value for your Classified Advertising Dollar.  PROVINCE-WIDE CLASSIFIEDS:  We'll put your Classified Ad in more than 70 leading  newspapers throughout B.C. and the Yukon - 25 words for-  just $119.  This service is exclusive to the Coast News, accredited member  of the'B.C. and Yukon Newspaper Association.  Call our Sechelt office - 885-3930- to place-your Blanket B.C.  and Yukon Classified Ad.  The Sunshine  Bay, who works at the Jolly  Roger, had the weekend off.  Sunday afternoon the  ministers were off the Coast and  Aqua West closed again.  There are good reasons for  this.  In the awareness pavilion  there is only one real display,  unfinished, of very young trout  in a large aquarium strewn with  stories. There is some written  material and graphics stapled to  the walls and a large black net in  one corner, half on the floor.  Aqua West staff say the  building will be filled with  displays in two weeks - they are  now being readied in New  Brunswick and other places.  There are no coho yet in the  U-Catch-'Em pens either, but  Vedo says the fish will be here  by the coming weekend.  The charge for reeling in one  of Mr. Vedo's fish will be $30.  The customer will have the op  tion of accepting a lesser weight,  smoked, or taking his own  catch, or a fast-frozen substitute  with him.  Aqua West's ministers' tour'  was set up in co-operation with  Siddon's office and Jim Anderson of the B.C. Ministry of  Agriculture, who with aquaculture co.ordinator Jim  Fralick, attended the event.  While ministers from Alberta to  Newfoundland were also there,  B.C. politicians were noticeably  absent.  In the meantime MLA Don  Lockstead raised the question  of Aqua West's large government grants in the legislature,  and the problems other applicants for government assistance have had in obtaining funding for various projects.  Aqua West has received a  total of $150,000 in grants from  the   province   and   another  $60,000 from the federal  Department of Fisheries ancirj  Oceans. Minister of Agriculturfe|j  Tom Waterland responded tfyfl  Lockstead's questions on the-;'  Aqua West grant.by saying hjp��  saw no reason to "withhold a|  grant to the Sunshine Coast|<  Tourism Association becauseji..  some of the members happened^  to be positive-thinking Social^.  Credit members as well." Th||v  plans for Aqua West were devj-^;  eloped by Richard Tomkiesi;|  president of the association;!!  Waterland said. \��  i. '. ���*  He added that the firsts  $50,000 grant had been revieWg  ed before the second was aprf  proved, although many of thjeS  projects and goals listed in t_fe|  contract between Aqua Wests  and the government have nc|tt  been- completed yet or plarpj  scrapped entirely as in the Gib|��  sons part of the promotion. �����;�����.  - :M  im  m  m  I  to Your Vacation  with quality sporting goods  from Trail Bay Sports.  Whether your passion is, fishing, tennis,  jogging, snorkling or ?, you'll most likely  find what you want in our spacious and  well-stocked sporting goods store.  SERVICES  Fishing Licences  Frozen Herring Bait  Bicycle Repairs  Bicycle Rentals  Trailer Rentals  WE &Atim  Fishing Equipment  Marine Accessories  Mustang & Beacon Floatation  Vests & Jackets  Johnson Motors & Parts  Gartops, Dinghies & Trailers  Bikes, Parts & Access.  Camping Equipment  Inflatables & Snorkling  Accessories  Sports Clothes & Shoes  Bikes, Parts & Access.  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