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 A  Legislative Library  Parliament lluildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  88.8  job loss  by Bruce Grierson  It is uncommonly silent in the  Sechelt Forest District office as  Barry Custance slides past a  knot of employees with vacant  expressions, and enters a conference room at the end of the  hall. Closing the door behind  him, he takes out a photocopied  page bearing the title 'Organizational Chart of the Sechelt  Forest District Office', and lays  it on the table. He produces a  ballpoint pen which he lets  hover momentarily over the  boxes on the flow-chart; and  then, with sphinx-like stoicism,  he proceeds to draw an 'x'  through 23 names, including his  own.  The names represent the  casualties of the decision by  provincial Forests and Lands  Minisler Dave Parker, lo wit:  Ihe foresl districts of Sechelt  and Powell River are to be  amalgamated, with the head office located in the latter town.  Broadly speaking, it amounts  to a decapitation of the Sechelt  office, as most of the deleted  positions are in the top echelon.  A field office with a skeleton  crew of 16 - mostly clerical staff  and independent check scalers  will be maintained in Sechelt.  To Custance and most of the  upper management staff from  Sechelt, that means a demotion,  a dilution of responsibility, a  pay cut, and official reassignment to Powell River, as of  Monday, May 23.  Sechelt Foresl Operations  Manager Ray Giza broke the  news Wednesday night to the  Forest Advisory Council  (FAC), explaining that while the  timetable had not yet been  finalized, it was clear that  Sechelt office staff would be cut  tion forces Forestry closure  back by some 62 percent, with  the office's regulatory powers  severely curtailed.  "All the policy decisions will  now be made in Powell River,"  said Giza.  The writing had arguably  been on the wall since January,  when a provincial workload  study revealed that most of the  field work was being done in the  interior of the province, and a  substantial reduction in south  coast staff would be in order.  But judging from the audible  gasps that met Giza's announcement, the move took the committee completely by surprise.  Commission member Carole  Rubin complained that "there  was no consultation," and  member and Economic  Development Commission  Chairman Maurice Egan said he  feared that "the consequences  will   be   devastating,   both  economically and socially."  The decision slackened the  sails of Commission members  Peggy Connor, Jim Gurney,  Tim Clement, and Dave  Bakewell, who had gone to Victoria in April to explain  Sechelt's position to Associate  Deputy Minister of Forests Wes  Cheston. The group had felt its  pitch was well-received by  Cheston, and there was reason  io believe that upper management would be retained in  Sechell to deal with the unique  diversity of the area's interests.  But Gurney conceded the  warm response was little more  lhan lip service.  "We could have said what we  said 30 times over, and it  wouldn't have made any difference. The decision had  already been made, and  for  other reasons."  While an explanation of  those reasons has nol yet been  given by Parker, speculation  abounded within the FAC. Of  particular bewilderment to  Egan was the fact that the proposed fusion of the Maple  Ridge and Chilliwack foresl  districts - considered by many to  be a more inherently practical  move than combining Powell  River and Sechell - did nol oc-  "Is there one MLA for  Maple Ridge and Chilliwack?"  asked Egan. "No, there are  Iwo," replied Connor. "Well,  in our case, we have one," said  Egan. "And," added Gurney,  "he lives in Powell River."  Not all, however, were willing  io assign a political lag lo ihe  unwelcome package. Giza,  himself a soon-lo-be expatriate,  conceded lhat, on paper, the  move made some sense.  We are top-heavy with  respect to management," he  said. "I have to admil it would  be hard to duplicate the  management functions in  Sechell and Powell River under  the present system. We'd have-  to completely reorganize. There  is a certain amount of logic to  it," he added. "What we're not  happy with is the numbers."  Between Sechelt and Powell  River, 38 staff members will be  released, for an aggregate nel  loss of 42 percent. The governmenl workload sludy had  recommended a 10 percent  reduction, averaged over the en-  lire southwest coasl of the province.  According to Bakewell, the  Please turn to page 19  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast        25'per copy on news stands     May 23,1988        Volume 42 Issue 21  K'affl  ���       in.   ���  "__\           J                      Jaataatafl        aV       "  1      r____\___W                         ^ialL^^^  fl iv                 ___w_\\\\\w_\\\\_wS_^__r__  i is   1 m  IK            ^_J_w  4r       'v  W  ���  For Leisure Project  Sechelt seeks  Hong Kong money  by Brad Brekke  It was a perfect day on the Sunshine Coast Saturday as bathers flocked to Davis Bay for the first long  weekend of the summer. ���Ken Collins photo  For Seniors Complex  Public lines up to contribute  Mayor Bud Koch said he was  putting a business deal together  over the weekend in which  Sechelt will sell private investors  from Hong Kong eight acres of  land over a 10 year period for  later development as a community recreation complex  known as 'Block Seven'.  However, before he can pitch  the deal to investors, he must  wait for the provincial government to decide whether the  municipality can enter into a  joint-venture program such as  this.  Is Victoria hassling you on  the 'Block Seven' proposal?  "No, it's nol lhal Victoria  doesn't want us to be involved  with developers and private investors. They are concerned we  don't go into a venture in which  the taxpayer could be held al  risk, where there is any way the  taxpayer could lose money."  Why?  "They were burned pretty  bad at Whistler some lime ago  and they don't want to go  through thai again."  Are there other options?  "We could form a separate  corporation the muncipalily  would own and jusi let the corporation deal with it."  What concerns do Ihe investors have at Ihis poinl?  "All they wanl to know is  thai the people here wanl them  and lhat ihe municipality will  work hard to make whatever  facility is available, fly. That is  why Ihe investors want us lo  become joint-venture partners.  It is not thai they can't afford lo  buy the land. Victoria is just  trying to find legal ways lo do  all ihis.  "If Ihere is any way risk can  fall back on the taxpayers, we  ought lo be protected, so I don't  have any problem with lhat."  Have you talked directly lo  the investors?  "No, but we've had liaison  with them.'We are trying to set  the ground rules first. When I  put this package together, 1  think we'll probably get  together'and see whal happens  from there."  Plans for the leisure cenler include a movie theatre, a bowling  alley, a fitness cenler, an arena  and a pool.  Koch said office space may  be available in 'Block Seven',  bul explained if enough commercial recreation facilities are  built Ihere, idea for an office  complex will have lo be scrubbed.  Where does 'Block Seven'  stand as of today?  "We have no architect's  blueprints yet, bul we have our  plans, our ideas of whal we  wanl in there."  by Ken Collins  People lined up Friday afternoon on the site of the proposed  Sechelt Seniors Hall to privately  donate money to help build the  complex.  "We want to arouse the interest of the general public,"  announced Len Herder to the  group. "You don't have to be  an old age pensioner to join the  'Seniors' you know. Anyone  over the age of 40 can join.  "We feel we can help keep  the people away from the doctors. They will come over here,  have a cup of coffee with someone and maybe play some  cards and they will feel better."  "I want to put my money  where my mouth is," said Gib  sons Alderman Lilian Kunstler  as she placed a personal donation in the box.  "We have a tax exemption  number and you can take it off  your income tax," continued  Herder.  Speeches of support came  from the Legion and the  Chamber of Commerce. SCRD  Chairman Peggy Connor was  there, as was Saint Mary's  Hospital Administrator Ted  Wright.  Herder stated that there is  now more than half a million  dollars committed to the center  and they are looking to raise  another $300,000 before the  planned starting date of August  I of this year.  "We are busting our butt,"  said Herder. "Our own  members have put up much of  the money themselves and now  it is time for the rest of the community to back us if they will."  "It is mostly returned  Veterans that we are looking  after   most   but   eventually  everybody will come here."  An example of the enthusiasm behind the project was  the fundraising evening of  entertainment at the old Seniors  Hall that very evening. The  tickets had been sold out a  month ago.  Sechelt Council airs  youth drinking concerns  Staff change  After nearly two years on the editorial staff of the Coast  News, Penny Fuller is moving on to bigger and more celestial  things.  Fuller, who considers herself a 'workaholic', will pursue a  career in astrological counselling, and hopes to write a concise, accessible book on astrology based on the format of her  Coast News column.  Fuller's tenure officially ended last week as a camper full of  dogs and furniture wheeled into the Coast News parking lot,  driven by the paper's new editor, Brad Brekke.  Brekke comes to the newspaper from Bella Coola, B.C.,  where he has been editor of the Coast Mountain Courier for  the past year. He has worked for the Associated Press and the  Chicago Daily News and has recently written a memoir of his  experiences in Vietnam.  The tragic death of Laura  Henderson in a highway accident prompted Sechelt's mayor,  Bud Koch, to raise the concern  of teens' drinking and driving at  last Wednesday's council  meeting. Koch has been consistently adamant in his stand  against alcohol abuse. Last  summer, he met with considerable opposition when he  persuaded council to refuse a  permit for a beer garden at  Sechelt's Celebration Days.  On Wednesday night,  however, he appeared to be  reconciled to the fact that some  teenagers will drink, especially  around grad time, and his concern was focused on ensuring  their safe arrival home from  parties.  The municipality, he told the  meeting, must take an interest  in providing a safe alternative  for the youth in this area to  drinking and driving. One option he suggested, would be to  have an account set up at the  local taxi companies. Teens who  needed a safe ride home could  simply order a taxi and charge  the fare. No queslions would be  asked, and no names required.  And ihe municipality would  pick up the bill.  Another possibility would be  to have Gibsons and the Sunshine Coast Regional District  (SCRD) share in the plan. Koch  said he'd be willing to see  Sechelt put up as much as  $5,000, and perhaps Gibsons  and the SCRD would match  that.  Alderman Nancy MacLarty  suggested that parents should be  involved, either in providing the  transportation or picking up the  bill, but the mayor pointed out  that parental involvement  would defeat the purpose,  because teens who had been  drinking wouldn't want their  parents to know, and so  wouldn't use the service.  Council made no decision on  the issue.  LAURA HKNDERSON  Remember Laura  A Message From Laura and Her Family  I first want lo lhank ail the people who expressed their  sympathy and helped so much in our darkest hours. We  have never in our lives seen or experienced such an overwhelming display of love and generosity.  We especially want lo thank the young people who dropped in lo see us. I know that some of you were at a loss for  words, bul jusi being there lold us you loved her and lhat  you cared.  In my hearl I pray lhat you cared enough to learn from  this so lhat our Laura's passing will take on a meaning. It  will not have been such a tragic waste if, through her  death, you have learned and will promise never to drink  and drive or get into a vehicle with a drunk driver.  Then Laura will be helping us even after she's gone.  Dear children, please don'l pul your parents and family  and friends Ihrough the pain and devastation that we feel.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945 Coast News, May 23,1988  Comment  Something else  to consider  Every so often something happens which sharpens Ihe  awareness of a community such as ihe Sunshine Coasl on  a specific issue. Normally such heightened awareness does  noi last, unfortunately, but whilst il is sharpened much  lhal is enduring can be accomplished.  The tragic death of popular high school girl Laura  Henderson in a traffic accident lasl week was such an  evenl.  Il is alleged thai the driver of the car in which she was  riding may have been drinking and as the season for  graduation parlies approaches the clangers of drunk driving to others lhan the drunk driver are forcibly and  tragically brought home.  We can expect thai much sound thinking and preventive  impel us will be given to efforts to keep young people safe  in ihis season of danger for ihem and lhal is good.  May we also lake ihis opportunity lo casi a critical eye  on ihe advertising of alcoholic products, notably beer, as a  contributing factor in the carnage of the highways.  Watching the Stanley Cup playoffs, as many young  people do al ihis lime of Ihe year, one sees as many as IO  beer advertisements in the course of ihe game. Invariably  Ihe participants are young and attractive, male and female,  and invariably they are having a wonderful lime, often io a  background of music currently popular with ihe young.  Their message is clear: 10 have a good lime, drink; lo be  socially acceptable, drink. Thai the rules do nol permil actual drinking lo be photographed is irrelevant.  The provincial government in Victoria a few years back  loosened the ban on televised advertising of alcoholic  beverages, The beer companies benefit, the advertising  agencies benefit, Ii is possible that ihose who do nol  benefit bin who indeed suffer tragically from ihis advertising arc the impressionable young.  Ii is something we should also be considering as we seek  lo lessen ihe tragic loll which drinking and driving takes of  young lives.  Heartwarming  Heartwarming, indeed is ihe coast-wide support being  shown the Sechell Seniors Complex.  Could il be lhal the Coasl is learning lhal it is a community? Could ii be lhal our more abrasive politicians are  lagging behind ihe people Ihey arc supposed lo represent?  5 YEARS AGO  A newly-formed Sunshine Coast Cycling Association  will mark its inauguration this week with a trip to the  Roberts Creek picnic site al the bottom of Flume Road.  Shorncliffe is to be the name of the Sechelt Intermediate Care Society.  Local RCMP and B.C. Tel security officials are Investigating a series of reports of obscene telephone calls  on the coast.  10 YEARS AGO  Not available.  15 YEARS AGO  Somebody between Friday night and Saturday morning, outraged tourists by painting 'Tourists go home'  across the welcome sign at Langdale. The sign remained  that way until the Chamber of Commerce had it taken  down.  20 YEARS AGO  Premier W.A.C. Bennett, Honourable Wesley Black,  minisler of highways, Honourable Waldo Skillings,  minister of industrial development and Honourable  Isabel Dawson, minister without portfolio, along with  Monty Aldous, ferry authority manager, officiated during  the inaugural run of the Sunshine Coast Quean on Thursday of last week at the Langdale ferry terminal.  25 YEARS AGO  Bob and Eileen Griffith of Egmont realized a life long  ambition Monday, May 13, when their 38 foot troller New  Dawn was launched in the presence of their many  friends. The keel was laid about two years ago and since  then Bob has spent every minute of his spare time working on it.  30 YEARS AGO  A fire truck to serve the area outside Gibsons is now  established   in  a  building  given  Gibsons  and  area  volunteer fire department by William Weinhandl and is  located on his property at Reid and North Roads.  35 YEARS AGO  Construction will begin on the Pender-Agamemnon  Bay highway as soon as men and materials can be got into Pender Harbour.  Local residents as well as the travelling public will be  greatly interested in the completion of this highway link  with the Powell River road system.  40 YEARS AGO  The new Howe Sound ferry, which is operating between Horseshoe Bay and Gibsons is the converted Fair-  mile, the Machlgonne, owned by Gibson Brothers of Vancouver. The vessel makes two round trips daily. The  Machlgonne can carry a maximum of 140 passengers.  The Sunshine  Published by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Ken Collins       Bruce Grir  Advertising:  Fran Burnside  John Gilbert  Liz Tarabochia  Editorial: Brad Brekke  Production:  Jan Schuks  Bonnie McHeffey  Bev Cranston  John Storey  Mary Connor  The Sunshine COAST NEWS is a locally owned newspaper, published on the Sunshine Coasl, B.C. every Monday by Qlasslord Prest  Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 888-2622 or  886-7817; Sechelt Tel. 885-3930. Second Class Mall 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 Qlasslord Press Ltd., holders of the  copyright. SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Csnidt: 1 year 118; 6 months $20; Foreign; 1 year 140  . THE TOP STbRYTONlGHT, OUR BEAUTIFUL PRIME MINISTER WILL ADDRESS THE  NATION ON THE INCREDIBLE ACHIEVEMENTS OF HIS OUTSTANDING GOVERNMENT.  Dear Mr. Loewen:  with apologies  Lei me begin by apologizing  to David Loewen of Sechell  wilh whom I recently crossed  swords on the issue of hungry  children in Vancouver schools.  The apology is occasioned by  Ihe fad lhal Mr. Loewen writes  again this week but space limitations and a bounliful crop of  letter-writers have led to a decision not lo run Mr. Loewen's  letter.  I did read it with interest,  however, and Ihe following is a  precis of Ihe main contentions:  Mr. Loewen asserts thai I  failed reading comprehension.  Never did, Mr. Loewen.  He says he did not blame the  victims, he blamed the parenls.  1 am suggesting lhal in a world  in which automation is rampanl  Ihere are profound, enduring  sociological changes which  render many parenls victims of  circumstance.  Mr. Loewen asserts lhal I  have never known impoverishment. Nol true, Mr. Loewen. In  fad 1 had an extremely impoverished childhood though  was never in the slightest degree  neglected.  Mr. Loewen makes reference  to Red China, the Soviet Union,  Hitler's Youth and his own  armed forces service.  Some sort of Guiness Book  of Record must be set if we are  to equate the Hitler Youlh  Movement with a suggestion  thai hot lunches in our schools  is an idea which has merit and  deserves government support.  Really, Mr. Loewen if you have  to reach that far to support an  argument you should lake a  look al your premises.  Mr. Loewen asserts lhal I am  looking for political footage in  my concern for hungry youngsters. Nol true, Mr. Loewen. I  have absolutely no political  aspirations. Nor in fad have 1  in ihis debaic advocated a  change in government. I am  suggesting a change of government priorities. 1 would be content lo see a modification in  those priorities under the  government of Mr. Loewen's  choice.  If Ihere is an underlying  motive lo my concern lhal the  hungry should be fed il is most  likely derived from my 15 years  as a classroom teacher. It is  quite simply impossible for  children to learn who are suffering from inadequalc feeding.  Insofar as corporale laxes are  concerned, I am a member of  ihe small business community,  that portion of our economic  structure which provides 60 percenl of ihe jobs in this country.  The governmenl is remarkably  efficient at collecting our taxes  and in slapping on penalties for  late payment.  Due lo the aforementioned  automation the giant corporations hire a smaller and smaller  proportion of Canadian  workers but blessed with soaring profits and skilled tax  lawyers and accountants and  close relationships with government they pay a disproportionately small share of taxes.  My objection here is a purely  conservative one. If I am lo be  taxed in my small enterprise  with zeal and efficiency I want  ihe same efficiency applied lo  multi-nationals who are doing  very nicely on Ihe avails of this  country's resources.  And again withoul harbouring political ambitions or making partisan political points, I  ask a question aboul government priorities. Why is il lhal  hundreds of millions can be  overspent on the Coquihalla  Highway, or billions federally  on nuclear submarines without  occasioning adverse commcnl  bul money for a school lunch  program arouses the ire of lax-  payers such as Mr. Loewen.  A small fraction of the  money spcnl on mega-projects  could ensure us an education  system second lo none and  young people who were  prepared for Ihe challenges of a  differenl world lhan Mr.  Loewen and I grew up in.  The fad is lhal children in the  schools of Vancouver are showing up loo malnourished lo  learn. Lei's make sure lhal ihey  gel al least one nourishing meal  a day and then debate the causes  of Ihe problem al our leisure.  The Lost Lagoon  // Is dusk on the Lost Lagoon,  And tie two dreaming the dusk away,  Beneath the drift of a twilight grey,  Beneath the drowse of an ending day,  And the curve of a golden moon.  It is dark in the Lost Lagoon,  And gone are the depths of haunting blue,  The grouping gulls, and the old canoe.  The singing firs, and Ihe dusk and���you.  And gone is the golden moon.  ()! lure of the Lost Lagoon,���  I dream tonight that my paddle blurs  The purple shade where the seaweed stirs,  I hear the call of the singing firs  In the hush of the golden moon.  _.._______  Pauline Johnson  Amidst environmental decline  Summer comes on sweetly  by Isabel Ralph  There was an old Newfoundland riddle: "In yonder  valley runs a deer with golden  horns and silver hair. It's  neither fish, flesh, feather nor  bone. In yonder valley it runs  alone." The answer is the sun  with ils golden rays and the  moon, its satellite, shining  silver.  At daybreak from my south  window on a clear day, I see the  sun striking the snow-capped  mountains of the Vancouver  Island chain. How beautiful!  Soon it peers through on my  east side and makes golden windows on my living room floor.  Later, a mist rises from the  waters of Georgia Strait and  gathers in puffy white clouds.  On some days the clouds  blacken and the pure rain falls.  On other days thunderheads  gather, lightning flashes and  torrents of pure water pour  down. Then the sun peeps  through and makes a rainbow.  The sun is the star which is  the centre of our own solar  system. Il is 93 million miles  away. Our lovely world and all  Ihe life upon it was given to us  by the sun: the rocks and  minerals and mountains of our  earth and the waters between  Ihem. It sucks up the moisture  from the trees, lakes and oceans  and gives il back as pure water  for us and our animals and  plants to drink. It gives us our  seasons.  Some people believe that in a  few million years our sun will  slowly grow colder, glaciers will  extend and life on earth will  cease. I don't think it will grow  colder. I believe that the sun will  continue as it is. Scientists know  that the sun is a gigantic nuclear  reactor of the same type as  Chernobyl, USSR and Han-  ford, Washington, based on a  graphite cycle. My theory is that  it operates by a combination of  nuclear fission and nuclear fusion and will continue forever if  the people all over the world do  not, through their ignorance  and folly, destroy the sun's  wonderful gift to us.  We are protected from the in  tense heal of ihe sun by ihe  ozone layer, a cushion of  enriched oxygen 30 miles up  Ihere, which insulates us againsl  ihe harmful ultraviolet rays of  the sun. Il is given off by the  trees during the night.  George Cooper has competently written the details of  the poisonous effects of the synthetic chemicals CFCs on the  ozone layer over Antarctica.  The CFCs, however, are not  the only culprits. The forests  everywhere all over the world  are being steadily destroyed to  make more farmland for the increasing populations.  In the Amazon Valley in  1987, 64,000 square miles of  virgin forest were burned to  provide cattle pasture and  crops. Brazil's Space Research  Institute charges that the billows  of smoke from these fires caused the hole in the ozone layer  over the South Pole. They  blame a few Brazilian and  transnational real estate companies, greedy for profits.  Here in our own province we  have MacMillan and  Bloedel  busily felling our forests and  even seeking lo deforest our  park lands. We have a  reforestation program which  provides work for sludenls and  olhers during the summer mon-  ihs bul ihe saplings they planl  cannol grow fasl enough lo  replace what has already been  harvested. Obviously MacMillan and Bloedel must be  forced to curtail its ambitions  for further expansion.  In the US there is Rainforest  Action Network, organized lo  save the trees and the endangered plants and animals  sheltering there. In Canada we  have Friends of the Earth.  Write to them at 16-53 Queen  Street, Ottawa, Ontario KIP  5C5.  If Emily Carr, our famous  Wesl Coasl painter of trees,  could see Ihe condition of our  forests today, she would weep.  Anyhow, the great sun rises and  sets. Around us orchards  blossom, bees and hummingbirds zoom from flower to  flower and summer is coming  sweetly.  ��v ' ' '   ">  Letters to the Editor  Social blindness also irresponsible  Editor:  Re: J.C. Dougan's 'Lasqueti  Loves Vander Zalm', May 16.  As Mr. Dougan claims there  are a number of flaws with our  welfare system, we claim that  there are a number of flaws with  his argument.  Firstly, we would like to comment on his statement that Ihe  welfare system is 'compulsory  charity'. Some taxes do go to  the welfare system, that is true.  However, most of the money  goes to other recipients within  and outside the government,  some of which could be better  used. These funds are raised  primarily from the average  working individual. May we  suggest, Mr. Dougan, that if  you do not agree with the tax  structure, then focus your complaints on the large corporations, and its members under its  umbrella, who are protected by  tax shelters while profiting  greatly. This may be more productive than 'bashing the little  guy', over the head with harsh  accusations.  Secondly, your view that we  do not need a Bill of Rights is a  clear demonstration of the fact  that you must be all of the  following: white, male, and of  sound financial groundings. If,  however, you were any of the  following: a 'minority', female,  disabled, or from a poor  background, you would know  all too well that a Bill of Rights  is essential to human rights as a  whole.  A Bill of Rights and the  Human Rights Commission are  essential to protect people from  policies, such as those of Bill  Vander Zalm, who you  feel  would make a great prime  minister. We are scared enough  by this man and his narrow  views on a provincial level,  much less the federal level.  Measures such as outlawing  abortion, limiting UIC, cutting  back on health care and education, reflect the views of a man  with little foresight.  We would refer to these  policies that you feel are so  tremendous as 'band-aid'  policies. They will not last and  are superficial to the social problems which lie underneath.  Here, we are not referring to  'sin' nor the 'crumbling of  values'. Rather, too narrow  perspectives of reality, such as  Mr. Vander Zaim's, which  choose to see a 'Fantasy'  garden, and turn away from  any evidence of discrimination  and inequality, fail to grasp a  full understanding of the roots  which lie beneath the need for  services such as UIC.  As a student, and a graduate,  we are aware of the current job  market. Yes, some jobs are  available, yet unfortunately, opportunities for employment are  not as glorious as you make  them seem. A high school  graduation may get you some  jobs, although few, and a  Bachelor's degree will get you  more, yet it is still very difficult.  The solution is not UIC, that is  not what we are suggesting. We  feel that it is an injustice to label  the fault on those who may suffer most.  Every case is different and,  therefore, eliminating social services is no solution.  Mr. Dougan, you feel that instead of a Bill of Rights, we  need a 'Bill of Responsibilities'.  Perhaps you are correct. The  'donkeys that are totally irresponsible' are not always  those on UIC; in fact, that  slatement is a gross exaggeration. Rather, the 'donkeys' may  be the Bill Vander Zalms of this  world and the policies they  reflect.  Irresponsibility extends into  ignoring the social problems  which create the need for UIC,  health care (in such forms as  transition houses) and even a  Bill of Rights. In this lies the  main flaw of your argument. By  claiming others are responsible  for their social circumstances,  you choose to be blind to the  roots of such circumstances.  That, too, is social irresponsibility.  Eileen McKibbin, BA McGill  Jennifer Hopkins, BA SFU  Sechelt  Abortion a slippery slope  Coast News, May 23,1988  Invites you to the  2ND ANNUAL  ART AUCTION  Sunday, May 29th, 1988  At  "The Mariners"  In Panoramic Gibsons Landing  A complete collection of Sunshine Coast art works.  Estimated value is in excess of $12,000.  Viewing 11 am to 2 pm  Auction 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm  AUCTIONEERS: Maynards of Vancouver  Opening remarks by Bruno Gerussi  Mariners' Restaurant  will be closed  Sunday, May 29th  Due to the Auction  Editor:  According to the news today,  the vote on abortion is being  stalled in Ottawa.  If the question of abortion  was as simple as an agreement  between a woman and her doctor, very few of us would care,  but the number of abortions in  a nation, plus homosexuality  and other immorality add up to  the downfall of that nation.  I have read that, looking at  history, the downfall of nations  always began with moral decline. Sodom and Gomorrah  were destroyed mainly because  of homosexuality.  A modern day example is  Germany. There it all started  Cheers for Dougan  Editor:  Three cheers for James  Dougan. I too have never collected benefits of any kind. I  have never been out of a job  since I was 14.  mmorm mm..  Cm -im atto *f th Ml* <**  * tm CWMft JftttNMMr Mf $>w^$*%  mmmmmm  m-mt  Before that, in the hungry  30's, I helped feed a family of  six by fishing, gardening and  doing chores for others at 10  cents per hour top pay.  Also about those hungry  kids: My mother sent three of us  to school with two sandwiches  each even if it were only  homemade bread, butter and  jam. It would have been embarrassing to her to even think of  asking someone else to help feed  her children a school lunch.  1 don't believe things are as  tough now as they were then, so  let everyone feed their own.  Lloyd Davies  MORTGAGE UPDATE  May 25  6 mo.  tyr.  2 yr.  3 yr.  4yr.  5yr.  tit  10.00  10.25  10.50  10.75  11.00  11.25  2nd  11.75  12.25  12.75  13.00  13.25  V.R.M.  Professional Real Estate Service  Stan and Diane Anderson  (Off.) 885-3211 (fles.) 885-2385 Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  Anderson Realty Ltd., Sechelt  YOUR  LAST CHANCE  10 CHANGE YOUR  WHITE PAGES  LISTING  IS ABOUT  TO FADE  AWAY  The Sunshine Coast White Pages  are now closing.  Now's your last chance to check your listing to make  sure it's accurate and up-to-date-you may want  to include other family members.  If you represent a business, now's the time to add or  alter your listing. Also be sure to check the names and  positions of key employees for possible listing additions  or revisions. Charges apply for changes and extra listings.  Call your B.C. Tel Customer Service Office before your  opportunity fades away.  B.C.TEL ��  before the last war with the  publishing of a book entitled  'The Release of the Destruction  of Life Devoid of Value', written by Dr. A. Hocke and psychiatrist Karl Binding.  German intellectuals quickly  bought the idea as being  humane and practical. The  medical program began with the  abortion of women and sterilization of both sexes with  hereditary diseases such as insanity, imbecility, deafness,  alcoholism, etc. The program  waijHoon enlarged to permit  me' killing.  In the beginning only seriously deformed or mentally retarded children were put to death.  Later children born with any  imperfections were also despatched as well as first world war  amputees, senile old folks, etc.  The German people became so  accustomed to the expansion of  the euthanasia program that  when Hitler decided to kill the  Jews, very little protest followed.  As you know Hitler's war  resulted in the downfall of Germany. But the story doesn't end  there. After the war, the Ger-  Offended  Editor:  As you know, there has been  some notice taken in regard to  the way in which pornography  is displayed in some of the local  stores. It should also be noted  that some of us don't care for  some of the advertisements that  are being displayed in our local  newspapers that would suggest  this 'Playboy' style.  The London Times once  displayed a picture of a fighter  after he had won a big fight, sitting naked on the floor of his  shower drinking champagne.  We don't want to see this in  our local newspapers as the  future unfolds. Enough of the  male strippers and the sexy girls;  time to nip it in the bud.  It's only one business, but  many that are offended.  Thank you.  D. Cramer  Helpful  Editor:  Yes - there are some good  Samaritans in the town of  Sechelt. Some are on the staff  of Sechelt Shell station and the  others are at OK Tire.  As a person confined to a  wheelchair I have found Ihese  good people most willing and  helpful whenever I have trouble  with my wheelchair.  I would just like them to  know how very much their  goodness is appreciated.  Selina Hebert  Regretted  Editor:  It is with regret that the  Kiwanis Club is not able to  follow-up on its proposed expansion for the year 1988. We  wish to thank everyone who  helped us while endeavoring to  see who in the community was  looking for low-rent accomodation.  It is the intention of the  Kiwanis Club to proceed with  another proposal again in the  future at the right time. We  wish also to inform all those  who made application for  tenancy to the Kiwanis Village  Apartment that they will be held  in confidence.  Bill Laing, President  Gibsons Kiwanis Club  man Supreme Court voted on  abortion-on-demand. They  found abortion in the first  trimester incompatible with a  constitution which declares  human life of supreme value.  They countered the argument  that other nations found abortion acceptable, by saying in effect:  'Let other nations do as they  please. We know from bitter experience the enormities that  result from denial of the sanctity of human life; the assumption that some lives are worthless and hence disposable at  the whim of the individual or  the will of the state.'  That was over 40 years ago.  Before you say that Germany  allows abortions now, it is true,  the younger generation did not  learn from the lessons of the  past.  If the unborn child is not protected by the criminal code, and  if homosexuality is allowed to  be taught in the schools as an  alternate life-style, our nation  will be on its way down the slippery slope of moral degradation  to face the wrath of God.  E. Andrews  44 iMttptc SPcwnd U  *68��      *****  Come in today  and get BONUS SAVINGS  on TANDY 1000 TX  Buy a 1000 TX now, and take advantage of Ihis fabulous bonus offer! You gel a powerful, MS-DOS  professional class computer at a  low P.C. price. PLUS a bonus 1  year warranty. 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The art works will include sculpture, pottery, paintings, hand-pulled prints and photography.  ���Brad Brekke photo  Wilson lashes  Canal study  imminent  A feasibility study on the proposed kilometer long canal in  Sechell, to run from Georgia  Strait to Porpoise Bay on the inland sea, should be ready in ISO  days, said Mayor Bud Koch.  The study, being completed  by Acres International of Vancouver, will look into environmental impact, economic  impact and cost of the canal, he  said.  "We've gathered.information  across the country on canals  operated by Parks Canada, and  it is a real eye-opener when you  see what is happening, what  canals can do as far as tourism  and people are concerned. And  remember, what we have here is  a retirement area and tourism",  the mayor explained.  He said the proposed canal  will nol be a commercial unit,  but will be built strictly for  recreation and tourism.  "This one is designed to have  locks, unless it comes to pass  that the locks aren't  necessary...bul the engineers  will find that out." said Koch.  H:>:  886-2425    Tues. Fri., 10-4  forestry downsizing  Gordon Wilson, Leader of  the British Columbia Liberal  Party expressed serious concern  over the major downsizing of  the Sechelt Dislrict Forest office. The office is to be  amalgamated with Powell  River, directly impacting 20  jobs on the Sunshine Coast.  Wilson, who is also an elected  member of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District, has twice  before addressed this issue, and  has written directly to the  Honourable David Parker,  Minister of Forests and Lands,  requesting documentation of  any cost benefit analysis that  might have been done which  would justify such a move.  "The fact is that there is no  data because there has been no  study done to justify this reduction. The loss of the present  forestry office will have a far  reaching and negative impact on  our local economy."  Citing the recent termination  of the Mayors' Silviculture Program, Wilson concluded that  this move is further proof that  the Social Credit Government is  working without any defined  strategy for forests enhancement.  "Finally we had the municipalities, regional districts and  provincial government working  together with greater local control over the forest, but in one  stroke this government has  smashed the progress built over  the last three years!"  Highway work starts  Highways construction has resumed on Highway 101 from  Secret Cove to Woods Bay, announced Stephen Rogers,  Minister of Transportation and Highways, and Harold Long,  MLA for Mackenzie.  Funds totalling $(500,000 have been allocated to Ihe project , which calls for widening and straightening of the existing  highway, clean-up work and the finalizing of property acquisition.  The ministry will be calling for local contracts lo undertake  excavation work related to the project.  KINSMEN  DREAM HOME '88  WIN  The feature home of the  1988 HOME SHOW at B.C. Place  Stadium ... 2600 sq. ft. on a fabulous  view lot.  ONLY 7000 TICKETS WILL BE SOLD!  TICKETS $100.00 EACH home located at:  CITADEL  Less than one month to go.  Hurry! Don't be late!  PROCEEDS TO SERVICES  FOR PHYSICALLY DISABLED  HEIGHTS  2306 Nottingham Plan  Port C'oquilJam  FOR VISA-MASTERCARD PHONE 1-736-8841   B.C. Lottery Licence#4599   FINAL DRAW JUNE 11,1988  Please send me Kinsmen Dream Home Lottery 88 Tickets at $100.00 each. I  wish to pay tor the tickets by:  D Cheque Enclosed ��� Visa D Master Card  HI, Date Exp. Date Card No   Name: Miss D Mr. ��� Mrs. D Ms. ���   Address: _   City/Town: __   Province:    *a��atr��o��.s/>ayiWro HOME LOTTERY  KtAtman ftohibUnalion Foundation  2256 Wesl 12th Annua  VMoover. BC. V6K 2N5  _Tetephone#_  _ Postal Code_  A COAST CABLE TELEVISION  ***mmm,        invites you lo vv.Hch this sedson's  Final "LIVE" News Show  from Elphinstone Student Productions  WED., MAY 25, 4 pm & 7 pm  on   Coast Cable 11 - Your Community Station-  tor further information, see our schedule on Ihe Leisure pdge  capilano  college  ELDERHOSTEL  BE A STUDENT:  Some spaces are available to community  members to be part of our ELDERHOSTEL  courses. Courses cost $35 each.  As a student you will meet people from all over  North America.  BE A HOST:  As a 'Host Family' you are eligible for an  allowance and a course. We still need some hosts  for our second week (June 5-11). Join us for an  Elderhostel educational adventure.  CALL 885-9310  between 12:30 and 4:30, Monday to Friday  for a schedule and information.  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A bout of chicken pox delayed her tour of duly. -Km collliu ph   Roberts    Creek  Legion whirl of activity  by Jeanie Parker, 885-2163  The Roberts Creek Legion  would like to thank all the  volunteers and people who  donated items for their garage  sale on May 15. A special  thanks goes to Irwin Wall for  his banjo music along with jazz  pianist Chris Fredrickson. They  were thoroughly enjoyed by  those attending the yard sale.  The Automatics return to the  Little Legion on May 27 and 28.  They appear regularly at the Army and Navy Clubs in the  Lower Mainland and their  country music was a big hit with  Ihe dancers when they were here  before.  And if you've been dreaming  of the beaches of Waikiki, get  your tickets now for the  Hawaiian Night at the Legion  on June 4. There'll be a luau  meal, fancy drinks and music by  Cane Fire to set the mood for  an exotic evening in the tropics.  You're encouraged to dress  up for the occasion. Muumuu,  Hawaiian shirts, and hula skirts  are appropriate (big green garbage bags cut in strips make  quite effective grass skirts, incidentally). Think colourful and  holiday time.  Tickets are $10 per person  from the Legion at 886-9813,  Seaview Market, and 885-5556.  Don't wait too long or they'll be  sold out. Members and guests.  RAINBOW CONTINUES  Contrary to rumour, Rainbow Preschool is alive and well  and taking registrations for the  Fall. Phone Judy Oldham at  885-3183.  DAZE PLANS  The meeting to plan Roberts  Creek Daze has been postponed  until next week so you have  some more time to think about  what you want to do. This is a  real community event so  everybody is urged to participate and new ideas are most  welcome.  One new feature this year will  be an Entertainment Extravaganza. This is not a contest  but a showcase for all the talent  we have in the Creek. It promises to be a great show.  The Daze Committee is also  looking for input on the outdoor dance. This has been a  great success the last two years  with all age groups enjoying the  music in the night air but it does  have its hassles. Is it worth it or  do you want to see a return to  the dance inside the Community  Hall?  JAWS USED  Not as many people as hoped  for cam* out to the Fire Department's Open House on May 14  but those that did had a chance  to see the Jaws of Life in action  ripping open a car. The Jaws  were put to their first real-life  test two days later in the accident at Lockyer Road and the  Highway.  ISLANDS TRUST  GAMBIER ISLAND TRUST COMMITTEE  Notice Of Public Hearing  NOTICE is hereby given that all persons who deem their interest In property alfected by the  following proposed bylaws will be afforded an opportunity to be heard on the matters contained therein at a Public Hearing to be held In the CAROL CONSTABLE RESIDENCE, GAMBIER HARBOUR ROAD, NEW BRIGHTON, GAMBIER ISLAND, B.C. ON SATURDAY, MAY 28,  1988, COMMENCING AT 11:00 A.M.  In general terms the Intent of the lollowing proposed bylaws is as follows:  1. Proposed Gambier Island Trust Committee Bylaw No. 26 cited as "Gambler Island Subdivision Bylaw, 1979, Amendment Bylaw No. 1,1987" is a bylaw to amend Gambier Island  Trust Committee Bylaw No. 11 (the Gambier Island Subdivision Bylaw) to allow parcels in  any zone that were split by a public road on October 25,1979, such that each portion of  the split contains an area of at least 5,000 square metres (0.5 ha), to be subdivided once  along Ihe road boundary.  2. Proposed Gambier Island Trust Committee Bylaw No. 27 cited as "Gambier Island Zoning  Bylaw, 1979, Amendment Bylaw No. 1,1988" Is a bylaw to amend Gambier Island Trust  Committee Bylaw No. 12 (the Gambier Island Zoning Bylaw) by deleting from the W-C  (Water Conservation) Zone that portion of land covered by water situated along the  easterly side of Halkett Bay. The general location of the subject property is shown in the  following sketch.  t���y-4 3765  I564  A copy of the proposed bylaws may be Inspected at the Islands Trust Office, 747 Fort Street,  Victoria, B.C. between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday Inclusive, excluding statutory holidays.  For the convenience of the public only, and not to satisfy Section 957(2)(v) of the Municipal  Act, additional copies of the proposed bylaws may be Inspected on the Public Notice Board  at the New Brighton Wharf.  CYNTHIA HAWKSWORTH  MANAGER  ��SuperVau  IN EVERY WAY  Sunnycrest Mall  Gibsons  100% Locally Owned & Operated  Prices effective:  Mon., May 23  to Sun., May 29  Q D C M      9:30 am ��� 6:00 pm  ^ r fc' *      Fridays 'till 9:00 pm  Sundays 11:00 am ��� 5:00 pm  .99  Utility Grade Young  TURKEY      *g2.i8 ib.  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Frozen From Concentrate  ORANGE  JUICE  355 ml tin  .99  .99  p       The Gibsons Landing Theatre Project Society's  2nd .ANNUaU ART AUCTION  Sunday, May 29th, 1988  at "The Mariners' " in panoramic Gibsons Landing  A complete collection of Sunshine Coast art works, estimated value over $12,000  VIEWING: 11am - 2pm  AUCTION: 2:30 - 4:30pm  AUCTIONEERS:  Maynard's of Vancouver E  Coast News, May 23,1988  Sechelt    Scenario  Nikki provides memorable night  i  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  The hall was alive with the  sound of music, and what music  it was. Nikki Weber's entertainers really entertained the  crowded Senior Citizens Hall on  Friday, May 20. From the opening number by the 69'ers and  the Rolling Tones, lo the too  soon ending by the same  singers, it was a delight to the  ear.  Something could be said for  each performer as they each  were professional performers  with iheir own style and voice.  The enthusiastic genuine applause of ihe crowd was an  honesl indication of approval.  Mention must also be made of  Ronnie Dunn's Ahab routine,  hilarious!  One couldn't help comparing  the siage, which is very small,  the background, and the old  piano, with whal is anticipated  with the new Seniors Hall lo be  buill In the near future.  The new backdrops and stage  itself will do justice lo ihe quality of ihe local talent. Connie  Wilson does wonders wilh the  piano, jusi ihink of her on a  superior one, Nikki Weber arranger, producer, coach, etc.  manages to make sure everyone  is seen and heard. Imagine what  she could do with a full stage  and proper backdrop!  The Seniors are short a few  thousand before they can start  their new building, so are making a local fund raising drive. If  you can spare a few dollars,  think of Ihe benefits of a hall  where many activities can take  place to make life exciting and  fulfilling. All of us ends up a  senior.  SECHELT BIKE-A-THON  The Canadian Diabetes  Association Bike-a-thon Plus  will lake place on Sunday, June  5. Check-in time is between 9  am and 12 pm, so start training  and round-up your family and  friends. Call Hank at 885-5417  to pick up pledge forms and  start collecting pledges for a  chance to win one of ihe  fabulous prizes.  Walkers, joggers, wheelers  and cyclists are encouraged to  participate.  The funds raised will help intensify research efforts and increase services to those with  diabetes and their families.  TED RAYNOR  Forty years ago Ted and  Mary Raynor purchased the  Rockwood Lodge and provided  lodging and meals to visiiors.  Ted was the first municipal  clerk in the Village of Sechelt  and served many years in that  capacity. This week, Ted passed  away. A private family service  will be held.  SPECIAL LUNCHEON  Thursday, May 26 al the  Sechelt Indian Band Hall, the  Sechelt Branch of St. Mary's  Hospital is offering lunch to all,  al a reasonable price.  Their famous annual  Business Lunch starts at 11 am  until 2 pm. Included this year is  a table of crafts and the draw,  for the big doll and wardrobe.  The volunteers that work for  the hospital that benefits all of  us are a hardworking group and  pul on a good meal which  makes it easy lo support them.  OPEN TO PUBLIC  Two excellent speakers will be  on the Coast this weekend. On  Saturday, May 28, Wendy MacDonald, President of B.C.  Bearing Engineers Ltd. will be  the first and then on Sunday,  May 29, Rosemary Brown,  former MLA, will talk on  'Women's Equality in Higher  Education'.  The luncheons are open to  the public, $15, il is necessary lo  make a reservation. Do this by  phoning Helen O'Keefe  -885-5811.  This is part of the B.C. &  Yukon Business and Professional Women's Clubs' Provincial Conference being held al  Camp Elphinstone (past  Langdale), on May 27, 28 and  29. Delegates will be coming  from all over British Columbia  and the Yukon, some bringing  campers and others staying at  the camp. The Sunshine Coast  Business   and   Professional  Women's Club are the hosts for  this Conference.  BPWC's ELECTION  The Lower Mainland  Regional Representative  Dorothy Calvert installed the  new executive of Ihe Sunshine  Coast Business and Professional Women's Club on Tuesday, May 17 at the Jolly Roger  Inn, Halfmoon Bay.  Incoming President Jan Kennedy was away, so will be sworn  in on her return. First Vice-  President is Carolyn Breadner;  Second Vice, Myma Harrison;  Secretary, Helen Phillips;  Recording Secretary, Maxine  Nelson; Treasurer, Reta Dick;  and Past President, Audrey  Broughton.  The club regrets lhat due to  insufficient funds raised, Ihere  will only be two bursaries this  year, one for a graduating high  school sludenl and one for a  malure student.  Dorothy Calvert conducted a  personal development event in  which each member had lo tell  what they did and Iheir opinion  of current issues, an interesting  insight inlo the members.  Next dinner meeting will be at  the Sunshine Coast Golf Club  on Tuesday, June 21 with golf  starling at 4 pm.  The new Lower Mainland  Regional Director is Louise  Venir.  Sunahlna Coaat  PEST CONTROL LTD  Greaves Rd      Pander Harbour, BC    VON 2H0  LOCALLY OPERATED  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  UNMARKED VEHICLES  For control of carpenter ants, rodents & other pests  Our Perimeter Treatment  Cuts down on the invasion  of crawling insects  For Confidential  Advice & Estimates   883-2531  OUR SPECIALTY - Pretreatment of houses under construction!  UIIIDI  |IV8JIS  trnctlon!     >1  Calendar of events  now available  A calendar of events for galleries, artists and artisans for  ihis summer is now available al local galleries, book stores,  libraries and inlormalion centers.  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The Cowleys kept their fuel-fired  system as a required back-up, and  found that Electric Plus provided  them with modern, clean, 100%  efficient electric heat.  How cheap is it? I   Very cheap. Electric Plus is only  2.50 a kilowatt hour, approximately 50% of what you'd normally  pay for electricity, or for oil or propane. This could vary depending  on fuel costs in your community. But whatever the costs, this  special rate is a real bargain.  Mr, & Mrs. P. Cowley of Victoria.  Mrs. Cowley was delighted.  "It amazed us how quick and smooth  the installation was."  With the Electric Plus program,  home heatitvg is clean, versatile and  economical. And we can finance  your equipment and installation  cost at our special 8'/>% interest rate,  on approved credit...with the loan  conveniently repayable on Hydro  bills over periods of up to four years.  Switch now and start saving.  Call your nearest Hydro office for  program details and a free analysis  of savings. Call your local electrical/  heating contractors for competitive  estimates on installations.  (lectricPlus  Our innovative heating program.  ��B.CH$ro  flWrieftof i7^Hea__  rtatingSwfc'ire ��--. . -     "SWurSrW  ft  SEAVIEW ELECTRIC  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Industrial  ��� Maintenance & Design  ��� Energy Management  ��� Fire Alarm Systems  ��� B.C. Hydro Authorized '  Contractor  W&  Electric Plus"   ^^^^^  FREE ESTIMATES    885-7142  SECHELT HEATING & SHEET METAL  Your supplier of:  ��� Heat Pumps ��� Duct Heaters  ��� Valley Comfort Wood Furnaces & Heaters  ��� Electric and Oil Furnaces  All Your Sheet Metal Needs  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  Call 885-2466  R.D. THOMAS HEATING m.  Specializing in  HEATING and AIR-CONDITIONING  ��� Electric Boilers  ��� Baseboard Heaters  ��� Heat Pumps  ��� Heat Pumps for Pools  ��� Electric Hot Water Baseboards  ��� Wood Stoves & Furnaces  Carrier  WE GUARANTEE WHAT WE SELL  Serving the Sunshine Coast lor 21 years  GOV'T CERTIFIED  886-7111  Call now! OOO-I 111 Anytime  Shop on Payne Rd., Gibsons (behind Jamieson Automotive)  AUTHORIZED  by B.C. Hydro  to install  ELECTRIC PLUS  +__Jeadide Electric Xtd  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  =We are one of the =  Leading  ELECTRIC PLUS  Installers  886-3308  Box 467, Cibsons, B.C. VON 1V0 Egmont News  A very happy affair  by Shirley Hall, 883.1154  The Spring Tea was held in  Egmont's community hall last  Wednesday and, as usual, it was  a very happy affair. The tables  were attractive, the food was  tasty, and Vi's contests were  fun. Iris Griffith won the first  contest anti Dawn McKim the  second.  The Griffith family got more  than its share of the prizes that  afternoon. Gloria Keene won  first prize in the raffle but-  Maureen won the second. Then  Maureen won a big, delicious-  looking chocolate cake, also a  raffle prize. I was torn between  wanting to win the cake, since I  had a daughter with a birthday  coming to visit on the weekend,  and not wanting to win it  because I'd have eaten some for  sure. It's as well it went to someone slim!  There were three door prizes  also and these went to Kay  Birch, Heather Fearn, and  Kathy Gros. It was nice that  Kay won. The tea was on her  birthday.  EGMONT DAYS  There were a number of  visitors at the tea from nearby  communities. There'll be even  more on June 11. That's the  date for Egmont Days. Besides  the usual kids' fishing derby,  sports day, etc. there'll be a  seafood dinner in the evening,  followed by a dance. Last year  the seafood dinners were very  popular so if you want to attend, mark your calendar and  plan to arrive early.  There will be a raffle of a  huge grocery hamper that day  so members of the community  are asked to donate canned  food or other non-perishable  items for this.  NESTING  Bill and I have been looking  after my daughter's Persian cat  since we came home. A couple  of weeks ago I noticed that the  barn swallows are gathering her  fur for their nests. Now when 1  comb her I throw the combings  outside and the birds retrieve  them. Those baby swallows will  have a lovely soft bed of  angora-like   fur.  Coiftftfe 2nd Look Boutique  For a Unique Look!  We have all the latest  Summer Fashions  and Colours  Wide selection of  Stylish Accessories  and Straw Bags  ALL SUNGLASSES  M ��mk Boutique  Hwy 101. Sechell  885-3132  ANCLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  ST. COLUMBA OF IONA PARISH  8835 Redrooffs Road  2nd Sunday 10:00 Morning Prayer  11:00 Communion  4th Sunday   11:00 Morning Prayer  5th Sunday    3:30 Communion  The Reverend E.S. Gale  8857481 or 1-525-6760  Prayer Book Anglican  _*.��.*_  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services  CIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15 am  SundaySchool 10:00 am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Rev. Alex C. Reid  Church Telephone 886-2333   ����*   GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:15 am,  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm in homes  Wednesday Bible  Sludy 7:30 pm in homes  j. Cameron Fraser, Pastor  8857488  ALL WELCOME  -**)*-  ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S  & ST. AIDAN'S  ANCLICAN CHURCHES  Parish Family Eucharist  Church School 10 am  SI. Aidan's, R.C. Road 6:30 pm  Firsl Sunday in month during  summer  Rev. j.E. Robinson, 866-8436  THE SECHELT PARISH   ,  of the ANGLICAN CHURCH  dST. HILDA'S (Sechelt)  8 am     Holy Communion  9:30 am      Family Service  ST. ANDREW'S (Madeira Park)  It :30 am 885-5019  Rev. )une Maffin   matt an   NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  NEW TESTAMENT  CHURCH  Services Times       Sun., 10:30am  Midweek Wed., 7:30 pm  Youlh Group Fri., 7:30 pm  Women's Prayer      Thurs., 10 am  Pastor Ivan Fox  B85-4775 or 885-2672   *.�����* ,_  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Prayer & Bible Sludy  Wednesday, 7:30 pm  883-2374 & 883-9441  Paslor Mike Klassen  Affiliated Wilh The Pentecoslal  Assemblies of Canada  -��***-  -**M-  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road, Gibsons  SundaySchool 9:30 AM  Morning Worship Service 11 AM  Interim Paslor  Arthur Willis  Arlys Peters, Minister of Music  Church Office: 886-2611   ��***   GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in Worship  Prayer Sun.  9:30 AM  Morning Worship Sun. 10:00 AM  Wednesday 7:00 PM  599 Gower Poinl Road  Paslor Monty McLean  8867049  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  New Church building on  School Road ��� opp. RCMP  Paslor Ted Boodle  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Bible Sludy  Weds, al 7:30 pm  Phone  886-9482 or 886-7107  Affiliated wilh the  Penlecostal Assemblies  of Canada   ��**   THE SALVATION ARMY  Next to Langdale Ferry  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Free Pickup For Sunday School  In Gibsons Area  Phone 886-7232 or 886-9759  lohn _ Bev Studiman  We Extend A  Warm Welcome To All  Coast News, May 23,1988  You will receive a very special   gift when you make your move  ALLIED  with Allied... and it's FREE!  The Careful Movers  When you make your move with Allied, in addition to quality  service you will receive your personal "SEARS WELCOME HOME  MERCHANDISE SAVINGS BOOK" that can save you up to 25% off  the regular price on merchandise you will need when you move  inlo your new home _..      .. _,_,  7 Cill now! for your FREE,  no obligation eatbMte  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  1 Custom Packing, Storage, Local t Long Distance Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS %,,.^ll?__l_"cr"'''       886-266  l�� -i-Did you see anyone confiscate this sign?^  WANTED  A line-up formed last Friday to donate funds towards Ihe Sechelt      mms'*  Senior Citizens Activity Centre (see story page 1).   -Ken Collins phoic.      flf ��  Sechelt Seniors  Delegates return  from convention  by Larry Grafton  Our delegates are back from  the Provincial Convention in  Smithers. Apparently the host  branch was tops in hospitality,  providing evening entertainment after a hard day on the  convention floor.  This year both Evelyn Olson  and Adele de Lange retired  from the Provincial Executive.  John Miller, as chairman of the  Sunshine Coast Regional Council will represent us on the Executive Board for the next year.  Our new provincial president  replacing Evelyn Olson is Tina  Hanover from Cranbrook. Erl-  ing Storgaard from Penticton is  First Vice President and Elvira  Harding from Salmon Arm Second Vice. This year there are  140 branches provincially in our  association of which 64 were  represented by delegates who  held an additional 22 proxy  votes. The officers and executive board members carried  an additional 12 votes. Most  resolutions were passed and will  be presented to the various appropriate ministries for  whatever action can be expected.  BUS TRIP  May Widman is organizing a  bus trip to Minter Gardens in  early June. At press time full  details are not available but tentatively participants will be leaving on the 8:30 ferry and arriving home on the 5:30. This will  probably be the final trip of the  spring-summer season. Further  details will be available in next  week's column or may be had  by phoning May at 885-5200.  ELDERHOSTEL  It's that time of year again  when people from all walks of  life and many originating towns  and cities arrive at Capilano  College for a week's activity.  Last year Branch 69 sponsored a potluck dinner and  entertainment for those of their  group wishing to attend. This  year, through arrangements  with Capilano College we will  again have a similar event with  some entertainment for our  guests, on June I in our hall.  Arrangements are now being  finalized and a further announcement will be made in a  later column.  CHANGE NOTE  They say it's a lady's privilege  to change her mind, and that's  what has happened. If you  check your activity sheet you  will find the Berry Tea scheduled for June 4. The date has now  been changed to July 30. Tea  will be served from 2 pm on, at  $2.50 per person with everyone  welcome.  CRIB & WHIST WIND-UP  Slowly and by degrees our  various activities are coming to  a close for the summer. Last  Tuesday the card players met  for a potluck lunch at high noon  prior to the finale for the  season. The variety of 'goodies'  were soon taken care of, at  which time the assembled  members got down to the  serious purpose of Ihe afternoon. The cribbage winner was  Muriel Fenwick with Clara  Gregg claiming low scoic. Bud  Husby excelled at whist with  Beryl Butler claiming low score.  There were two draws, the  first being won by Jim Derby  and Clara Gregg, the second by  Bill Butler, Doug Third, Jean  Speed, Jim Derby and Cyril  Mitchell.  REWARD OFFERED  for information leading to the return  of our "NICE FRAMES" sign, taken  Monday, May 9 between 6 & 10 pm  Show Piece Gallery  280 Gower Pt. Rd., Gibsons Landing  886-9213  '*-'��r/.j-��-",'1--    ft/'.PaV*  "'  Everyone Says  G.G.G.  Build  ��  TM  A11 the best people. A11 under one roof.  -B.E.G. Electric Ltd.���i  ^Regency  ^T The Gold Standard  [Energy Efficient Wood Stoves]  ���IKIfi3��MM��>X<  Baseboards & Furnaces  SqURRETI CHNHDH  Panels and Breakers  HOUSE WIRING COMPONENTS5  ^AT CONTRACTOR PRICING*  | 885-2200:  J  ! Dolphin Mini Mall, Sechelt Coast News, May 23,1988  Sunshine Coast  Services Directory  ��� APPLIANCE SERVICES* ��� ELECTRICAL CONTR.  SERVICE & REPAIR  To All Major Appll��nc����  Quality Reconditioned Major Appliances For Sale  GUARANTEED S DELIVERED  Will Buy Nice. Non-Working Major Appliances  BJORN  885-7897  9oJw HomUw  Refrigeration &       _  Appliance Service  BACK AT PRATT RD. 886-9959  /JSSH GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.^  nPtsi rose i w\ h i ,s himcs  HI MNESS ( V KI >- 11 rTERHEAD IWIlil  HR(H Ml Kls K>IKs Hm >i\->  885-3930  886-7811J  ��� BUILDING CONTRACTORS*  'ONE^  STOP  885*4549  CONSTRUCTION  & DESIGN  BUILDING PERMIT DRAWINGS  GENERAL CONTRACTING  HOUSE PLANS  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves.   aUMwSn,  Sheehan Construction Ltd.  RENOVATIONS AND  GENERAL CONTRACTING  �� Granlhams Ldg B.C. VON 1X0  886-7830  POMFRET  CONSTRUCTION  For all aspects ot  residential & commercial construction  885-9692 p.o box 623, Gibsons, b.c  SEAVIEW ELECTRIC  ^ ^ Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Industrial  ��� Maintenance & Design  ��� Energy Management  ��� Eire Alarm Systems  ��� B.C. Hydro Authorized  "Electric Plus" Contractor ���  Cl-Hhh ESTIMATES���I  8857142     h  Electric Plus  Authorized  B.C. Hydro  Contractor  ���eadiae C__lectric _��la>  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  Box 467, Cibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  886-3308  Se  ��� EXCAVATING  (COAST BOBCAT SERVICf  Small In Size - Big In Production  Yard Clean Up     - Post Holes ^tL  ��� Topsoil/Gravel/Mulch Spreading ^��*V*Vt  ��� Light Trenching ������������S"'S3fe"!  1885-7051   SECHELT (...mwA^  WELL DRILLING LTD.  fira^   it. Now serving the Sunshine Coasl  Submersible Pump Installation  J   - Air Transportation Available i.- . 15 minutes  I   -Si  il -'Yin.!    R.R 2. Quahcum Beach, B C.  jfefry'   von 2to   fiom Ouallcum)  752-9358J  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS*  - EXCAVATING  SEPTIC TANKS  'ik_L\   - SAND & GRAVEL  - CLEARING  - LOGGING  886-2430 - DARYL  ���Coast Home Improvements=  t  S"VOP   MOLD and FUNGUS  Stk from invading your roof!  j^raWfeF,om ,h(s -- T�� if's^v-'v-vw^k  !��>���        loiasio.as     ,   ;a�� "'','',v!'lV!  'm*____\  so>|9B ; ���*������"��� &M  ���'-��� ���!��� .!���  1)       . i*  1  &*>'!"  OUARANTEED  RESULTS'  CU V.  ". .  Also     ��� Siding ��� Fences   ��� Int/exl painling  ottering: ��� Decks ��� Roofing  ��� structural repairs  w   RR 1 Madw.taPaH'.BC VON2H0 883-2127 G'��'u    J  CONSTABLE  7 CONTRACTING  ��� New Homes ��� Renovations ���  ��� Electrical ��� Plumbing ���  Contractor   ��� TOM CONSTABLE  886-3344 886-3364  Contour Design  HOME PRODUCTS  Awnings ��� Railings ��� Vinyl Decks ��� Blinds ��� Flooring  673Qiabwn2d''  SHOWROOM BY APPOINTMENT 886-3191  ' ROLAND'S  HOME IMPROVEMENTS LTD.'  ��� b" Continuous aluminum gutters  ��� Aluminum soffits & fascias  ��� Built-in vacuum systems  ��� Vinyl siding  885-3562  A it G CONTRACTING  ��� Wheel & Track Backltoes  ��� Excavating & Drain Fields  ��� Clearing 4 Stump Disposal  ��� Screened Topsoil - Fill  ��� Sand & Gravel Deliveries f<!'I4MibJ|  jft*  Fine Tree Works!  Pruning - Topping     (fullv lnsured>  Danger Tree Removal  Landscaping o. Malnrenance  IM'. MciKink �������,���! i(.ll..r,,  *WB-��6tH        H,.Wrl. I Vcck, im my two/  P & M EXCAVATING  Backhoe Service  Septic Systems  No Jod Too Small Landscaping  886-2182 or 886-8363    Stump Removal  ��� CLEANING SERVICES  ��/*     THE  RENOVATIONS WITH  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVERHAtPMOON���  LTDl  BOX7  BAY  885-5029  HEATING ���  . Auto Propane  . Appliances  . Quality B.B. Q's  <9% 885-2360  <���     Hwy 101. across St.  ICG LIQUID GAS I'om Big Mac's. Sechelt  MARINE SERVICES  HARBOUR VIEW MARINE LTD  ��� SUPPLIES ��� SALES ��� SERVICE ��� REPAIRS ���  r,E:No��D;s1N!Sb, -*<*��- s�� -��<m>  r��n�� ueHW  FULL LINE OF MARINE HARDWARE S ACCESSORIES  . .nsuiio      BOAT HAULING 4 FULL SHOP REPAIRS -  Van Oral      DOCKSIOE SERVICE   gegm VHfCneeor  6B4-0933     ;ojH.��ioi.o.b.oni   KSktU   oea��ihom��s mms _  OMC  Fvintu3e  * Sal: Waler Licences JfaLj)  * Molel 4 Campsites   * Water Taxi ^Irepsr,  * Marine Repairs        * Ice and Tackle       883-2266  Cottrell's Marine Service  SERVICE TO ALL MAKES  Specializing In Merc. Outboard  t stern drive rebuilding  Located at  Smilly's Marina, Gibsons  ESTIMATES        SHOP 886-7711     RES. 885-5840 _  mm_t     Cott  DIVER ^M*  FREE ^f  MISC SERVICES  r  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts 8 I  Chris Napper8863468  R.R.M, S6, C78,  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  laning ,  West CoasfDrywall->  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION  Board  - Spray ��� Oemounlabla Partitions . Int. 1 EM. Painting  Tape    ��� Steal Studs     - Suspended Or/wall        . Insulation  ��� T Bar Ceilings Ceilings  Foi Guaiameed Quality & Seivice Call  V   BRENT ROTTLUFF or RON HOVDEN   i  \_   aas.aiac ***Mns__f  f   GIBSONS TAX SERVICE   ^  Ave. Price 118.00  Income Tax Preparation  All business strictly confidential  A. ink  SB6-7��7t.J  635 Martin Rd., Qlbsons  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Oles Cove  Commercial Containers Available  886-2938  PENINSULA SEPTIC  TANK SERVICE  Box 673, Sechelt. B.C. RAY WILKINSON  VON 3A0  885  7710/  Need this space?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886 2622 or 885 3930  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES*  R.  Hi  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand & Qravel  CONCRETE  o  LTD.  SEC HILT PLANT  . 885-7t80  SI HVi\(, I HI WNsHINl COAST  GIBSONS F  886-817  en: Swanson's  For: Ready Mix Concrete Sand ft Gravel  Dump Truck Rental  Formed Concrete Products  Phone 885-9666 ��� 885-5333./  Coast Concrete Pumping  & Foundations  Sj^o''*cV FREE ESTIMATES  '     John Parton    885-5537 y  Turenne  Concrete Pumping Ltd.  ��� Pumping  ���Foundations ��� Patios  ��� Placing    ���Sidewalks    tpioor  ��� Finishing ���Driveways  L      RR*4 Gibsons 896-7022  Need this space?  C.ill  tin: COAST  NEWS  .11  880 26?? or 88b .1930  )  S PLANT   j  174       J  M & S LOADER SERVICE  ���backfilling     ��� landscaping  ���Grading   ��� small Excavations  $3500 hr.  886-3174 Evenings  t   M6  - -c  SUPPLYING:           ^^  ��� Vinyl Siding ��� Sundeck Coatings  ��� Aluminum Railings ��� Aluminum Awnings  ��� Aluminum Patio Covers  /  �� Power Washing  Serving The Entire Sunshine Const  Gibsons Call 886-3002 Paul Franske  BC FGRRIGS  Schedule  WINTER    SPRING 7  VANCOUVER-SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY-LANGDALE  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE   SALTERY BAY  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am       3:30 pm M  9:30 M 5:30  11:30 am     7:25 M  1:15 pm       9:15  1 danotai no Maverick But on Sundays  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am     2:30 pm  8:30 NT 4:30  10:30 am 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  - n dinotis Maverick Bul -  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am       6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pm M    10:20 M  4:30 pm  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 am 5:30 Ml  9:25 M 7:30  11:30 9:30  3:30 pm  'EXTRA SAILINGS   EASTER / EARLY SUMMER:  Ellective Thurs., Mar. 31 thru Mon., April 4 and from  Fri., May 20 thru Thurs., June 23  Lv. Earls Cove  8:20  2:30  Lv. Saltery Bay  7:35  1:30 pm  OMEGA  T.rmlnal  'Not. Ih.i.  Fust Fany'  Sundays &  '6:02  7:45  9:45  11:45  Glbions  Marina  will lie no  run on Saturdays, J:*0  Holidays 5.J5  MINI-BUS SCHEDULE  Monday  �����d��  7:47  1:47  11:47  1:42  147  5:47  Sunnycr.it  Mall  '5:SS  1:00  10:00  12:00  1:50  4:00  >:0O  Low.r  Bu.  Sh.lt.r  '6:03  1:03  10:03  12:01  1:11  4:03  6:03  F.rry '6:10  T.rmlnal 6:10  10:10  12:10  2:05  4:10  6:10  The Dock  Leaves Sechell  lor GiDsons  Cowrie Slreel  8 40 am  ���10 00 a m  1 00 pm  ��� 3 15pm  Tuesday  8 40am  '10 00 a m  1 00 p,m,  2.30 pm  Wednesday  8.40 a m  ���10 00 a m  I 00 p m  ��� 3.15pm  Thursday  8:40 am  ���10 00 a m  1 00 pm  2 30 pm  Friday  8.40 am  10 00 a m  3 15 p.m  Leaves GiDsons  lor Sechell  Lower Gibsons  Municipal Parking Lot,  Gower Pt. Rd.  9 15am  '10 45 am  ��� I 35 p m  4 00 p m  9 15 a.m.  11 45 a.m  1 50 p.m  ' 4 00 p m  9 15am  ���10 45 a m  ��� 1.35 pm  4 00 p m  9.15am.  11 45 am  ��� 1 35 P m  ��� 4 00 p.m  9 15am  10 45 a m  4 00 p m  LOWER ROAD   route - via Flume Road  Beach Avenue _ Lower Road  Suncoast Transportation Schedules Sponsored By  New owners ot _*\{~\Virj rt  13 Years Travel Experience  ��� 886-9255 =  Insurance, Qufopfan   Notary  ====== 886-2000 ���  Red Carpel Service Fmm Friendly Professionals In Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  'REWARD'  Have your REAL ESTATE needs handled professionally and  you will be rewarded by results. Free evaluation.  consultations, and listings wanled. _,��� {J|m( nmt>  GIBSONS REALTY ltd offlce 8B6-��"  Sunnycrest Mall ReS.: 886-7134  886-7359  Conversion   Windows,   Glass,  Auto &  Marine   Glass, Aluminum Windows  & Screens, .                                      Mirrors  . Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.   _,  Need this space?  C.ill tin.' COAST  NFWS  .it  88H ?B?? or 88!, 3930  HCHAINSAWS^  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &   CHAIN8AW LTD.  I HWY. 101 & PRATT RD.  886-2912  /'COMPLETE LANDSCAPE SERVICE 6 .7' & 8' QOLDEN^  Tw'Eltlmilai'C HEDGING EVER0REENS  BARK MULCH ,.���,��� 3*7lt  tSyds.deli.aiedinSech.l, $270 ������,���,, ,.���������, WMM,  MURRAY'S NURSERY "'Te^r  Localed 1 mile notih ol Hwy 101 on Mason Rd     885-2974 __j  GREAT PACIFIC MANAGEMENT   "  ��� Financial Planning Service     CO"-TD. (EST. 1965)  ��� Investment Fund Alaadair W. Irvine  ��� RRSP's Rfpreientnive  ��� Retirement Income Funds       (604) 886-6600  ��� Tax Shelters ���   , ��� J_  .   "ox IJ7, Cibsons, B.C. VON IVO  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� CABINETS -  086-9411  ^^^^^ Showroom Kern'* Pint, Hwy 19lL  [oenTuSsdav to Saturday 10-4 pm J'\ Coast News, May 23,1988  , Florence Clayton cut Ihe red ribbon and officially opened Trail Buy  | Centre's Bayside Building in Sechelt Saturday, as her son John  looked on. -Bruce Grierson iiholii  RivTow strengthens  aquaculture stance  RivTow Straits Ltd., of Vancouver, has strengthened its  .position in the British Columbia  ! aquaculture industry with the  I purchase of Aqua-Can Enterprises Ltd., of Port Moody,  manufacturers of galvanized  steel salmon rearing cages.  RivTow   president   Lucille  .Johnstone   says   the   salmon  ; cages will be manufactured by  ;Topper   Floating   Structures  ; Ltd., of Delta, a wholly owned  Subsidiary of RivTow. Topper  '.manufaclures an array of flotation   systems   ranging   from  polystyrene   filled   floats   for  marinas lo floating residences  on concrele barges, for private,  'commercial and industrial use.  Topper   general   manager  Craig Douglas said ihe purchase  of Aqua-Can gives Topper an  'internationally recognized' sea  cage - "Wavcmaster" - that will  complement Topper's own line  ,of concrete and limber cages  land other aquaculture products  I- floats, ramps and docks. Top-  Iper acquires manufacturing and  tmarketing rights to Wavcmaster  tin     British     Columbia,  Washington Stale and Alaska,  and first options lo rights in the  rest of Canada and the Pacific  Rim.  The purchase of Aqua-Can  will result in no loss of employment, since fabrication will continue al the Port Moody plant,  and the cages will be assembled  at Delta, said former Aqua-Can  president Ann Levi-Lloyd.  Levi-Lloyd assumes the position  of consultant wilh Topper.  New employment is anticipated al both plants, as well  as in marketing, since  aquaculture is one of the fastest  growing industries in British  Columbia, and many of the  products are slill supplied by offshore manufacturers, says  Douglas.  With its new product, Topper  will be in a bctler position to offer improved service to its  customers.  "We have the financial  resources and Ihe experlise to  promote the cage throughout  Western Canada and the North  West United States," says  Douglas.  Davis Bay News Et Views  I7  Pub polling date  c   by Jean Robinson, 885-2954  >. May 28 is the day the  neighborhood will be polled for  your aye or nay on the Martinez  Pub. if you are not at home  make sure a card is left for you  to record your vole.  VARD SALE  The Super Annual Si. John's  United Church Yard Sale lakes  place Salurday, May 28. It  starts at 9:30 am and continues  until I pm.  There will be a white elephant  table, hardware, electrical,  garden tools, plants, clothing,  books, records and a Silent  Auction. This popular evenl  always has very good things for  sale and is usually well attended.  You plan on getting there early  and scooping a bargain while  ihey last.  WHITAKER PARK  The joyous shouts, cheering  and laughter coming from  Whitaker Park, Davis Bay, lead  one lo believe Ihere is something  special going on Ihere.  Well, Ihere is. Il is Junior  baseball. If you want to regain  thai youthful feeling of happiness again, come out and  cheer for the boys and girls. Yell  yourself hoarse. Be happy  awhile. There are benches to sit  on and swings lor any liltle ones  vou have. Have fun!  STORY HOUR  Moms and Tols Slory Hour  al Ihe Wilson Creek Hall, 5123  Davis Bay Road, is Friday June  3, from 10:30 am unlil noon.  "^  00HT LET M MM  6Et YOU MWNl  Summer hain't come  4 gone yet  It's just starting  with GREAT  SUMMER SALES  atMarLee's  STOREWWESME  in Gibsons iff* tff  in Sechell 20% $ff  ��� ���.        .. ,p��� l .-il.lr I'la/.l. t,ills,,ik  J      "    >' 886-8199  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Friendship Lunch  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Don't forget to get together  with old friends when they come  to join us for the annual Friendship Luncheon at Welcome  Beach Hall this coming  Wednesday, May 25. Time is at  noon. The Welcome Beach  Community Association  (WBCA) are the sponsors of  this delightful affair and they  appreciate your support at this  event. If you have not yet paid  your membership dues this will  be a good opportunity to do so.  Give either Marg Vorley or  Marg Buckley a call if you plan  to attend. Admission is $2 at the  door.  COUNTRY FAIR  The Country Fair of Halfmoon Bay becomes bigger and  belter every year. This doesn't  happen by accident. Ii is thanks  to a small group of hard working committees, and they could  use some more help. They  would also like lo have input  from you, so if you are interested in either volunteering  your help or in putting forth  your ideas, you could do so by  attending a public meeting at  Coopers Green Hall on Tuesday, June 7, al 7:30 pm.  Chairmen of all committees will  be on hand lo answer questions  and let you know where they  need your help.  Right now would be a good  time to book your booth space  for the fair as space at Coopers  Green is fairly limited. You can  do so by calling Fiona West at  885-3483 or by writing her at  R.R. I, Halfmoon Bay. The  date for booth space would be  for Sunday, July 10.  For   information   regarding  the fair, contact Carol Adams  who is chairman.  TRIP NOTES  Folks have been asking about  the changes in Glasgow which  have taken place rapidly within  the past few years and which  were mosl notable to me. I can  say that there are indeed  changes, and all for the good.  For instance, the site where  the Garden Festival is located  used to be one of the most unsightly slum parts of the city. Ii  was a dock area where, during  my childhood, I lived nearby,  and where Ihe big ships used to  be built. Now all that industry  and dirt have gone, the banks of  the Clyde are grassy banks, now  with benches along the way, and  the odd pub with outdoor  tables. The old Finnieston crane  has been retained on the festival  site as have the old red buildings  which used to be Ihe entrances  to the tunnel under the Clyde.  One of them is now a delightful restaurant which is run  by Nardini's of Largs.  Entertainment throughout  the festival grounds was good  for the soul. Lots of pipe bands,  Highland dancers, choirs who  BesBssaes  sang beautifully even outdoors  in the rain and of course, lots of  clowns and flower pot people.  Prices did seem high because it  costs around $2.40 for one  pound sterling.  Welcome Beach   1  Community Assoc, j  ANNUAL GENERAL    1  will be held on        1  Wed., June B       1  at 7:30 pm at the Hall   |  ALL MEMBERS             i  ARE URGED TO ATTENO     |  RETIREMENT  PLANNING SEMINAI  RRSP MATURITY OPTIONS     TAX REFORM  New flexibility of RRIF's and Annuities      Proposals and implications  CANADA PENSION PLAN        INVESTMENT PLANNI  Review of new provisions  Factors to conside  Thursday, May 26th  1:30 - 3:30 pm  The Driftwood Inn, Trail Avenue   Sechelt, B.C.   There is no charge for the seminar but as space is limited,  we ask that you call to reserve vour space  (\ SOLGUARD Financial LU  \i__S    CONSULTANTS AND BROKERS       Smce w  688-9577 Toll Free 1-800-663-064  Buy any  SPORTS JACKET  at the regular price...  Get any  for  Vi  PRICE  Great for Grad,  Weddings,  all special events!  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HOURS   Mon " S"  I In Tr.nl Bay Sports 9:30 ��� 5:30  Fine Art ��� Art Supplies - Gifts  ^GALLERYd  Come  Down  &  Browse  280 Gower Point Rd.. Gibsons Landing  886-9213  ��� HELLY HANSEN & MUSTANG  OUTDOOR WEAR  D MARINE BATTERIES  rJCHARTS & BOOKS  Waterfront. Gibson:  s GIBSONS marina  VISITORS WELCOME  goLf CLUBJfe  Highway 101, 2 Kilometres Norlh of Garden Bay Turnoff  Phone 883-9541  Leisure Time???  = Come to the Shadow Bauxl =  ��� PAINTINGS ��� POTTERY ��� WEARABLE ART  limited edition prints by  ��� Robert Bateman   ��� Ron Parker  ��� |. Serry-Lister       ��� Paul Ugarta    ��. many morel  ��� CUSTOM FRAMING ��� ART SUPPLIES  ^p\iodio*v^x^  Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-7606 10.  Coast News, May 23,1988  George    in    Gibsons  [Why not a schools referendum?  !hy George Cooper, 886-8520  Although school budgets increase hero with scarcely more  than a taiscd taxpayer eyebrow,  budgets, say, iii Grant's Pass,  Oregon, are reported upon  under the headlines 'The War  (For The Schools'.  When the school board's levy  was turned down by the voters,  cuts were made, firsl in busing  and then were coming close to  reductions in Staff and .supplies.  "Shouting matches and explosive school board meetings,"  the Daily Courier reports.  A new slate law allows  districts lhat don't have funding  requests passed by the voters to  levy the previous year's properly tax - the 'safety nel'. People,  it is said, argued about schools  in bats, parking lots, and check-  out lines. Because of threats, a  school board member wore a  lam Howl ilelll, president of dihsnns Legion 109, handed Tom  Meredith, chairman of St. Mary's hoard, u cheque lor SKUNK) Friday. HomI said it was Ihe largest donation legion III" has made.  ���Brad Brekke pholo  HELP US  HELP OTHERS  THRIFTY   S Tues Sat 10 4  886-2488 or Box 598 Sun12'4  GIBSONS FOOD BANK  20%+ DISCOUNT  on SPRING CLEARANCE  of Pool Fish & Accessories  Water Lilies  i ���}.'���'<   IIT'  ii'i-i    6"  Hyacinths       \>#i .99  Irises y<n v  Poo/ Comets & Koi  f i/uuifi 4/1067  '   , JrU95 2/1592  FOUNTAINS  & PUMPS  L.ifum.t P120    uyt)  129"  i'100   ykm 11991  oll\C&       Little Giant FRPK1 Vsyfil 119''"*  fcOOO    ,\utft*               FRPK2 n)m mm  ��W^i-Af^   Circulating Pump n^9 69''',  fc^r1 I70.ga|./HR  886-3812  -nr*  The Sunshine  m  Notice Board  Diabetic Bikn alhon June 5,9 am, Porpoise Boy Park. Walk, jog, wheel. Fot inlo and  pledge lorms call 885-5417.  Adult Children ol Alcoholics Meetings on Monday evenings at 7:30 pm in Si Mary's  Church Hall, Gibsons; Thursdays al 7:30 pm al Hie Menial Hcallli Centre in Sechell  For more inlormalion, call Anna 885 5281  Beginners Quilt Group nwels every second Wednesday ol every monlh, 7:30 lo 9:30  pm al Hotkwood Lodge Conlacl Glotia Lindsay al 885 9760  Sunshine Coasl Quitters Uiuuu (Advanced) meets on the lusl Monday ol every  monlh. 7 30 lo 9.30 pm al Rockwood Lodge. Conlacl Gail Palon at 883-2770  2nd Annual Exclusive Auction overseen by Maynards of Vancouver, a large collection  ol Sunshine Coasl art works. Sunday. May 29, al Ihe Matineis' Reslauranl in Gibsons. Viewing 11:00 lo 2 00. auclion 2:30 lo 4:30. Proceeds lo Hie Gibsons Landing  Theatre I'toject.  Canadian Hemochromatosis Society Bake and While Elephant Sale al Sunnycrest  Mall. May 28, donalions greatly appreciated.  St. Andrew's Church, Madeira Park. Annual Bazaar. Salurday, May 28, 10 am lo 2  pm. Quilling, tummage, rallies, cakes. Everyone welcome.  The Fellowship Meeling ot Women's Aglow will be held in Gieenccourl Hall. Sechell,  May 26, al 7 30 pm. Special speaker - Lorraine Willie from Sardis, B.C. Come and  bring a triunrj. II you need a ride call Cathy at 886-9576. For further inlormalion call  885-4692 or 885-7701.  Volunleers - Time lo slarl thinking aboul how you can help in your community with  upcoming summer evenls Please call Ihe Volunteer Action Centre lor inlormalion on  how you can participale. 885-5881.  SI. Mary s Hospital Auxilliary (Sechelt Branch). Annual Business Luncheon, Thursday. M.ty 26, 11 lo 2 pm, Sechell Indian Band Hall. Everyone welcome.  St. Mary's Hospital Auxilliary (Gibsons Branch). June 8, 12 noon al the Marine  Room, Pol-Luck Lunch, meeling lo follow. All welcome.  Gibsons Lifeboat Station Garage Sale, June 11.10 am lo 4 pm, end ol O'Shea Road  oil Shaw Road. For donalion collection phone 886-7168 or 886-7114.  Diabolic Blke-a-thon June 5, 9 am, Porpoise Bay P-ark, Walk, Job, wheel, pledge  forms. For lurlher Inlormalion call 885-5417.   bullet-proof vest to one board  meeling which the public attended. One parent group accused the board of mismanaging the meagre budget.  "Oregonians," their governor says, "are balking as paying  two billion through property  taxes, which is two thirds of the  annual cost of our public  schools."  School districts seem to see  school financing as entirely their  problem. No complaints of  neglect by the State appear in  the news reporl. "Public participation," said the governor,  "is a vital part of solving the  financial problem. If the State  were to move in to take over this  problem of financing,  something valuable would be  lost." No one jeered at this  statement.  Whal a far cry this is from  the public unconcern exhibited  here in British Columbia. We  accepl lax increases without a  single whimpering demand to  know what the tax money is  specifically to do.  Smugness on our part?  Apathy? A child-like  dependence? Perhaps our  system places too great a burden  on the earnest young matrons  of our school board - and their  hired officers. Surely the hurly-  burly of a referendum or. school  budgets would jar everybody,  or a good many of the  everybodies, inlo thinking  aboul education and how to pay  for it.  FISHING DERBY  The Fourth Annual Ladies  Fishing Derby will be held this  June 3, 4 and 5. All ladies are  welcome. Entry forms are  available at the Gibsons RCMP  Office.  NEW ARRIVAL  From Offemont, France  comes an announcement of the  birth of a son to Jean-Marie and  Moureen Littot.  The new arrival, Thaddeus  Matthew, is a brolher for Bart  and Johanna.  Moureen is the daughter of  Mrs. Kay Owen of Seaview  Road and the late George  Owen. Moureen went to school  Cavalcade  calendar  shapes up  There is great progress on the  evenls calendar for Sea  Cavalcade July 22, 23, and 24.  The committee has been  meeting every week to make this  an exciting weekend for all. Just  a few of the events are a jazz  concert in Holland Park, a  dogfish derby for juniors, sky ;  divers at Armours Beach, a teen  centre at the curling rink and  much more.  Lottery tickets are now on  sale with over 50 prizes. These  prizes are donated by the local  merchants helping lo finance  the Sea Cavalcade and the  fireworks. Thank you lor your  fantastic support of this event.  The tickets are available at  many stores around Gibsons  and Sechell. Bargain prices of  $2 each or three for $5.  Any groups or individuals interested in setting up a booth on  the wharf or in the park, please  contact Sherry at 886-2325 or  Paddy al 886-8141.  ff=  m"��71  SUNSHINE  ACHIEVEMENT  CENTRE  Introduces a new  product line:  CEDAR LAWN  FURNITURE  ��� Chairs  ��� tables  ��� Tea trays  - Double benches  - Planter boxes  Reasonably priced  HOURS:  9-4 Mon.-Fri.  886-8004  Industrial Way,  Gibsons  Us  anmanri  in Gibsons and did her early  years of secondary at  Elphinstone. She is a graduate  of the University of Besancon in  France.  CMitate Heiiiotje Week  with a copy of  "THE GIBSONS  LANDING STORY"  b) tester R Pel  _n $995  (next lo Webber Photo: ^<___js  277 Gower Pt. Rd 886-7744  �� Home ��  \        Accessories       *)  & A  '..Gift Ideas   #  >       "**"   "   ACCENTS ^  JJ    1       886-S28B  Clbioni latulitiK (nexl ut Variety Funds)  GIBSONS  WeS market  Gowk-Pi -Nd. Clbsonj  FRESH  * Halibut   'Salmon  ��� Ling Cod  ��� Prawns * Snapper  886-7888  ^WEBBER PHOTON  TBCASUM  WWTS  Photos on China  Taking orders NOW for  FATHER'S DAV  886-2947  275 Gower Pt. Rd.  Gibsons Landing  ...a sweet experience  No-sugar-added  Maltose Humbugs  EK2*  886-7522  MARY'S  VARIETY  : open 7 days a week -  For  THE GRADUATE  ��� Mugs and Pins  ��� Novelty candles  ��� Cards and Gilts  = Dry Cleaning Drop Off 1  S��as*" 886-8077  Health Magazines  &G-O-O-D FOOD  Variety  SS�� FOODS  mb-mt,  Gwendolyn Blythe  Originals  HANDMADE  CRAFTS  455 Marine Dr. 886*3812   Gibsons Landing   ^Show Piece ^  ne>t to  the Qlbsons  Fish Market  Oval&  Circle  MATS  280 Cower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons Landing  886-9213  Ken's  s  886-2257  We reserve the right to limit quantities  W�� fully guarantit ���verythlng we Mil  to Im satisfactory or money cheerfully refunded.  Open Mon. - Sat.  Your LOTTERY Centre ffil esses  To be given away  Sunday. May 29th  S" x 8" Anchor Ovenware  Microwave Safe  BAKING DISH  Last week's winner:  LAMP - Carolyn Sandy  Come In, shop, sign your receipt GOOD LUCK!  IVrirch (fits space for Next Week'* Giveaway  GROCERY  No Name - Pure  chocolate  ChipS 350gml. 73  Bonus Pack g*    ��i O  Arrowroots 500SmZ.To  Christie Chocolate Covered -^    #%�����*  OreOS      NeW      350gmZ���Z3  Delmonte - Chunks/Spears/  Sliced /Crushed -^ _  pineapple      ^mf.93  Cloverleaf ��� In Oil - Solid White __  tUna 198 gml- 99  Nestle's - Assorted Flavours  mini  puddings i42gm4s1.99  Triscuit ��� Original/50 % Less Salt.     _ -^  crackers     25ogm\ .oy  Lipton s - Chicken Noodle _ _  SOUP  miX 170gm2's. 98  Campbell's - Cream of Mushroom  or Cream of Chicken _ _J  SOUp 284mi. DO  Jolly Time .      _ _  popping corn ^1.45  La Suprema _t\_r%  tortilla chips450gJ.98  i  Joy 2 - Liquid  dishwashing  detergent       ,2.49  Powdered Laundry Detergent  Scented/Unscented _     m _>%\  Tide 2%5.49  Idahoan - Scalloped/Au Gratin    .     _.;  potatoes     156 gJ.2$  Green Giant ��� Fancy/Cream  Style/Niblets __j  corn 54om/1.07>  Mott's  Clamato j  juice ,1.78  Day by^Day, Coast News, Ma/23,1988  11.  Lucky Dollar Foods [A  FOODS  GOWER POINT ROAD, GIBSONS LANDING  CK'  LLAR  FREE DELIVERY TO THE WHARF  ..on your food budget  Prices effective:  May 24 ��� May 29  9:30 am    6:00 pm Sundays & Holidays 9:30 am - 5:00 pm  Pal���  sour cream 500 J.38  Palm  cottage  cneese      500 gm 1 .nro  Crisco _*_**_  shortening  ^gmW. 13  Big Dipper  icecream       4/3.69  Fresh - Grade 7V - Frying  chicken  halves  1.09  Canada Grade 'A' Beef - Bone In  prime rib  steaks ��, 3.99  From Our Freezer  Cry-O-Vac - New Zealand  lamb loin  chops  .ib.  3.29  *4 Fresh - In Family Pack  ^jhortjibs a,, 1.99  Schneider's ��� By The Chunk  Blue Ribbon  bologna ,b. 1.69  Bulk - Beef  sausages ,b 1.79  If you don't see EXACTLY what you want, ask Lance, our butcher,  to CUSTOM CUT it for you.  i  FROZEN  J"  Highliner ��� Frozen  nignuner ��� t-rozen _  shrimp       22? 3mO. 45  Fraser Vale  fish & chips 5oosm2.45  Minute Maid  grape or     ^  fruit punch    355m/.89  No Name ��� Whole Unsweetened .    *\^  strawberries 6oo* J. 95  BAKERY  r  ���JP*  PRODUCE  \  '���> (i-,-  m���  California Grown ��� Ruby _   .    ****  grapefruit 5/.89  California Grown ~ ^  zucchini squash & .39  California Grown - Jumbo Cooking . _  onions &. .19  California Grown _r\_r\  asparagus ��,  .99  Sunbeam - White or Brown _  bread 57o3m.99  Our Own Freshly Baked _    .    _ ^  French rolls    6/.89  SOMETIMES I THINK  that Ihere must be more cookbooks lhan people in the world! It's difficult to know which one to pick when one is stuck lor inspiration. They  all look so beautilul wilh their glistening pictures ol succulent successful concoctions. When I gel into one of these dithers and I can't  make up my mind (and I know I don't want toad in Ihe hole ever again!)  I always turn lo a couple of books lhat are full ol tried and true recipes.  One of those authors thai I always trust is the incredible Craig Clair-  boine and wilh our lecenl wonderful weather I tried oul his...  'SOUTHERN BARBECUED SPARERIBS*  3'/: lbs. spareribs -1 used pork back tlb tails - so sweet  salt & pepper  SOUTHERN BARBECUE SAUCE:  2 tablespoons butter 3 tablespoons oil  6 tablespoons cider vinegar salt S pepper  V< cup water V< teaspoon cayenne pepper  11/2 cups tomato ketchup V; bay leaf  2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce    2 tablespoons sugar  V. teaspoon tabasco sauce 1 teaspoon paprika  1 teaspoon finely chopped garlic 1 lemon  1. Cut ribs into sewing portions.  2. Broil on barbecue about 10 minutes on each side.  3. Make the sauce by combining all ingredients but lemon in a pan.  Quarter the lemon and squeeze in the juice. Add the remaining  quarters.  4. Heat Ihe sauce bul do nol boil.  5. Baste Ihe spareribs, continuously turning and basting until cooked.  Seive immediately.  The remaining sauce can be refrigerated and used on chicken or fish.  Here's to summer-time cooking.  NEST LEWIS  im by Item, We do more for you in providing Quality & Friendly Service  wm  MM  mmm 12.  Coast News, May 23,1988  Another evening of entertainment at the old Seniors Hall by Nikki  Weber was sold out Friday evening. Here Arline Collins performs  Juliette's aria 'Je Veux Vivre' from Gounod's Romeo and Juliette.  Funds ��enl towards Ihe new Seniors Centre. -Ken Collins ph   Arts Beat  Dance group grows  Focus Dance is a local group  committed to the promotion of  dance in our community  ihrough bolh performance and  education.  Most recently, founder  Maggi Lindsay has been working with small children in some  very popular sessions at the Arls  Centre. She will be turning her  ai tent ion lo adults and teens  starling May 23 when a weekly  beginners' class has ils first session.  Maggi feels lhal dance can  play a pari in anyone's everyday  life and lhal Ihrough basic  stretch techniques and movement lo music people wilh no  previous dance background can  explore Iheir own ability to  dance.  The  sessions will  last  two  BELGIUM CREAMS  ��� Chocolate Fudge   .Coffee  ��� Orange ��� Cherry ��� Vanilla  ��� Stawberry Creom ��� Mint Crcom  ���iO^    $2����   ...100 urn  >���        reg. $2.25 100 gm  (fJLna'i. LBon  'Bom.  Cowrie st . Sechelt   885-2687  hours (7 to 9 pm), the first half  being a stretch class, the second  involving work on simple  choreography. The cost is:  $4.50 for drop in, $12 for four  sessions, and $22 for eight sessions. No pre-registralion is required.  Focus Dance is also pulling  out a call lo people interested in  working on a couple of pieces  for performance. Call Maggi  Lindsay al 885-5626.  PHOTOGRAPHIC DISPLAY  This is the last week to view  the photographic exhibition  'Hidden Garden/Hidden City'  on display al the Arts Cenlre.  These 'impressionistic'  photographs are the work of  Vancouver arlists Bob Sherrin  and Jan Weslendorp. They are  cibachromes, a process which  makes very richly-coloured  reproductions from slides.  Bolh artists have used very  long exposures: Sherrin walks  wilh his camera; Weslendrop  has hers on a Iripod lo capture  ihe motion of the environment,  The results in both cases conjure up 'a world beyond the instantaneous and Heeling one  thai mosl current photography  and media lend to porlray'.  Gallery hours are Wednesday  lo Salurday II lo 4 pm, and  Sunday I to 4 pm. This show remains on display unlil May 29.   This Week's Specials  "ENTREE APPETCER  Sole  Neptune  Stuffed  Mushroom  Caps  $495  Pncjes From A Lite Log  Icemen cometh  by Peter Trower  In the matter of marketing  glacial ice, Jack Lott has some  interesting thoughts: "The concept isn't new by any means. 1  did some research when I first  got involved with the Company,  last fall. The farthest I can trace  it back is somewhere around the  mid 1800's. At that time, a  Scandinavian company began  harvesting ice in the Danish and  Norwegian fiords, loading it on  boats and shipping it over to  England. But there was no  thought of using it in drinks. It  was strictly for refrigeration.  "In Norlh America, It's been  tried since the late 1800's. There-  are records of glacial ice being  broughl from Greenland and  Iceland lo the United States.  Hul Ihese were always one-shot  deals. During Ihe 1898 gold  rush, ice was broughl from  Nome, Alaska lo San Francisco  on a fairly regular basis. Then  the transcontinental railroads  came through and made closer  sources available.  "The difference belwecn Ihis  operation and ihe ones lhal  preceded us, in lhal we have  established a solid administrative set-up 10 insure a  continuity of supply. Previous  attempt have always been  isolated affairs. Everyone  thought il was a great idea at the  time but there was never any  follow-up."  Ice Age Ice has gone to considerable pains to make sure  Ihere will be follow-up in their  case. The obvious test market  for an unusual product such as  ihey are offering is California.  Exactly how they were going to  get the packaged ice from  Stewart lo Los Angeles without  running into exhorbilant cost,  however, was another matter.  This remained a major stumbling block until the spring of  1987. Al the time Morrow Ice  Company of Vancouver,  entered the picture.  Bill Jorgenson, head of  distribution for Morrow, was  fascinated with ihe concept of  marketing glacial ice. After  some discussion between the  two companies, a deal mutually  attractive to both parties wa*?;  drawn up. Morrow agreed to.  handle 100 percent of Ice Age  Ice's product for the first year  and 65 percent for the next four  years. This contract applies only  10 North American distribution.  Foreign rights remain with the  parent company.  Morrow ice has worked out a  unique and relatively  economical method for getting  the packaged ice lo California.  For some years, a company called Aggressive Transport has  been making regular supply-  truck runs into Northern B.C.  These trucks haul produce from  California and generally return  south empty. From now on they  will be hauling Ice Age Ice on  Iheir return (rips in a deal that  makes financial sense to all concerned. Aggressive Transport  had occasionally backhauled  lumber prior to Ihis but they  much prefer to handle a product  like glacial ice in their  refrigerated trucks.  The question of how to  package Ice age Ice was kicked  around by ihe company for  some time. An attractive container was required that would  differentiate the product from  regular commercial ice, generally sold in plastic bags. Several  designs were tried, mocked-up  and eventually discarded. Finally Praxis, a Vancouver designing firm, came up with a concept lhal mel with everyone's  satisfaction, The large oblong  box, tastefully designed in red,  green, blue and grey, is essentially a three-dimensional version of Ihe Company's  brochure. Lavishly lettered, it  tells the slory of the Salmon  Glacier and Ice age Ice. The  box, shaped like a gianl Sara  Lee cake tin, contains five  pounds (2.5 kgs) of drink-sized  ice chunks and will retail for  about $6.25. Only Ihis size and  a larger (40 pound) commercial  package are planned al present.  To be continued...  Some people want to BE FIT!  Others want to BEEF IT!  The choice is yours with Aerobics and Weights at  OPENING June 1st in Gibsons  743 North Rd.   "A PLACE FOR EVERY BODY"  'szizxzxzzzzzxzxzsi  S  S  s  r-  S  s  fL ROBERTS CREEK LEGION  {MM  Branch The wee little friendly legion  M_W 2t9  Fri., May 27 & Sat., May 28  AUTOMATICS  Enjoy (faming to the country music ol  Ivan & Kevin  6IN00  Every Tuesday at 7:15  at  N  Roberts Creek Community Hall  jQzszninzniz  Drop oil your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  at  B A J Store  Halfmoon Bay  "A Friendly People Place"  OAPO #38 Gibsons  is holding a special Bingo  to help the SPCA on  SATURDAY. MAY 28th  twime as Thunda* ii>ylit Blngol  at 7:15 pm  Please come out & support  a worthy cause  Basic Photography Course  Professional instruction for the^riraHikcamcra buff  FIVE - 2 HOUlTSESSIOr  Beginning Wed. June 1st - a s4jpA of sessions  to choose from - Course^Ple '*25.0O  This course will involte assignments  Cost of film and processing extra ���>  I' For' mure' irlfefrrrrtiitoh 'atwt! 'tourV  .   '   '   ������:'���'      It ourliMcouwet:   \  ^ Susanne Rhyason  ~~ Lcewanf, Sunnycrest Mall  FM6.2715   ,r  en Collins  9, Gibsons La ruling  886-JMO  an Neubauer  L  V.  ��_tr���J5ti*,,  STUDIO 88 Photographic Services  I 886-3620 ��� Commercial ��� Industrial ��� Portraits 886-4777 I  539 Crime Lane, Gibsons Landing  (beside the Coast News)  GIRLS        GIRLS        GIRLS  *$fe��  ���V  ^Hi'ty    cs  FREE  'PEN' T-SHIRT  With Every Large  House Special Pizza  GREAT PIZZA  Eat In Or  Take Out  Noon Till Closing  It's all happening at "THE PEN" Pub in the  886-2804  PENINSULA MOTOR III  IHI!) Cable Eleven  Coast News, May 23,1988  13.  Sechelt Tourist Information Cenlre kicked off Tourism Awareness  Week last Monday with an open house. Gail Sangster, manager of  the Cenlre, helped hand-out balloons lo youngsters who wandered  in, and ladies received a package of flower seeds. -Penny Fuller ph   Rhythms of Life  Personal soothsaying  by Penny Fuller  A flight of birds in a certain  I formation, lightning striking in  I a certain patern, or an eclipse  I (heavy stuff) are all considered  I omens or portents by someone  ; which were often  interpreted  I with surprising accuracy by a  .' people's chief soothsayer.  '���    Astrology  has  often   been  lumped in with that kind of  predictive mumbo jumbo. To a  certain extent that classification  could be considered partially  right, not because astrology is  superstitious   nonsense,   but  because there may have been  something credible in the interpretation of omens - an observance of synchronicity.  When two things happen at  the same time, with no cause  and effect relationship implied,  it is called 'synchronous'. That  is basically the modern astrologer's approach, no dire warnings of Saturn causing you to  lose your job, but a bringing to  your attention of the synchronicity between a change of  employment and by Saturn hitting a certain point on your  birth chart. (The map showing  the layout of the planets when  you were born).  While omens have become  rather passe, if you choose to  watch for them, you'll begin to  notice  that  there is  a  'synchronous relationship' between  jwhat happens in your exterior  gworld and what is happening in-  wide, and you don't need to be  van astrologer to interpret your  'personal omens.  I   For example, have you ever  ^noticed that you seem to need a  Skateboard  {approval  V  I  f Gibsons skateboarders finally  ��have approval for their site and  ?have started preparing the  fground.  ' At Gibsons Council last  'week, Laara Dalen, representing the Skateboard Bowl Com-  Jmittee, presented a complete  financial report to council along  ;with a request for site approval  and permission to start initial  preparations for construction.  I Should Ihe committee receive  .the $5000 grant from the B.C.  /Lotteries they have requested  rthey will only be short $349.73  *o complete the $15,000 they  have already solicited in the  .form of donations and pledges.  ���Most of the funding is in the  ;form of donated services and  supplies. Included is a $950 contingency adjustment.  ; "We have reached a plateau  jn the process of constructing a  skateboard bowl in Brothers  park," Dalen said in her brief  jo council. She requested percussion to clear alders and  deposit 20 to 50 truckloads of  nil.  ; Mayor Diane Strom placed  jthe request under new business  and council gave their approval  that very evening.  i Volunteers started to clear the  area Saturday.  brake job on your car around  the same lime lhat you're driving yourself too hard? Or  perhaps you've sprained your  ankle, and then realized how  much you needed a few days in  bed.  Of course there are more  serious problems indicated too,  like when your sewage system  gets backed up, maybe there is a  lot of emotional effluent lhat  needs to be unblocked.  If you start watching your exterior reality and making connections with what is happening  on the internal level, you can  take charge of Ihe situation  before something nasty happens. You shouldn't need to injure yourself before you slow  down and take a break. Nor do  you need to develop an ulcer  before you handle some of your  emotional tensions.  The renowned Swiss psychologist, Carl Jung, wrote in a forward to the I Ching, 'theoretical  considerations of cause and effect often look pale and dusty in  comparison to the practical  results of chance'.  Do a little soothsaying for  yourself. If nothing else, the  moment of reflection on your  internal state is time well spent.  Tuesday, May 24  7:00 p.m.  Dragon Tale  From the students at Gibsons  Elementary we present this  musical play directed by Colleen  Elson.  8:00 p.m.  Community Services  Mary Pinniger hosts this look  at the Sunshine Coast Community Services group and their  upcoming fund drive.  8:30 p.m.  CPR  From  B.C. Telephone and  the Victoria CPR Society we  present a half-hour instructional  program. Also included in this  program will be an interview  with Wally Dempster, a local  CPR instruclor.  Wednesday, May 25  4:00 p.m.  ESP TV News  The last in  this semester's  scries of news programs produced by the broadcasting students  at   Elphinstone.   This   week's  show lakes a look at the spring  carnival,   this   year's   Sea  Cavalcade Queen contestants,  Ihis year's grad class and more.  Don't miss it!  7:00 p.m.  ESP TV News  See 4:00 p.m.  Thursday, May 26  7:00 p.m.  School Board Speaks Oul  This month on our school  board show Maureen Clayton  interviews the exchange teachers  working on the Coast, Teachers  Paul Dukes, Tim Dodds and  Bez and Carol Berry. Also included will be a look at some of  the entries in this year's science  challenge.  8:00 p.m.  The Two Notes  A tribute to composers is the  theme of this month's Steve and  Jack musical show.  * GIBSONS LEGION  ff^J Branch 109 WE HAVE THE LIVE Ml Sll  *���* An old favourite returns   Larry Bransen  , _ nartu IL r.:_i... . .- .     .  M.tke up a party & Friday _ Sutuni  have d Don't forget to phone tor  GREAT EVENING ��� ���- ���- ���"DINNER RESERVATION  ** ^m** "mm" ^Lmr ^m" -^m*> -.***** ���**__-* -^_^- -mm. -.ut*. -mm*     n     -*___.  \_ MEMBERS 4 GUESTS WEtCOME 886-2411       ,  \iiL___tT_.  mr$ MEW IM TOWN?.  MOMMA  AND ITS THEWJLOF THE TOWN  Come and see the all new Omega Restaurant. We've added exciting  new appetizers and entrees to our menu, changed our look, and you 'II  love it! So come and enjoy our fabulous new restaurant, our great  food, and our sensational view.  HACK Of  iamb  rsmmt  FRNtAtfERA  tmm  not urns  flit All NEW OMEGA RESTAURANT.THE TAIN OF TNE TOWN  FOR RESERVATIONS OR TAKE 09T 886-2263  NOME OF TNE BEACHCOMBERS  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  ttaCoMt  It was wilh greal anticipation that we tugged open the big  doors of Cedars Pub and made our way past the barstools  and lobster Iraps, oul of audio range of Ihe 'firsl-and-third  situation' on the large overhead television and into Ihe dining  area, a well-lit gazebo-like extension at the rear of Ihe  building. We'd heard lhat Ihe Cedars serves up a mean lunch  special, and were all hungry enough to pul iheir reputation lo  a considerable test.  We scanned the menus quickly, and placed our orders: Ihe  shrimp and cheese croissant for me; the lunch special (a  turkey and tomato sandwich wilh homemade celery soup)  and a crab and cheese quiche for my two compatriots. And  very quickly, as we chatted amongst the dragon palms and  broad-leafed rubber plants, our stomachs growling In three-  part harmony, the food was placed before us, and we did sup.  My entree arrived on a monslrous plate with enough salad  lo stuff a large mattress, and in my haste to appease my now  furious hunger, I derricked Ihe big sandwich lo my mouth  and watched as a multitude of tender baby shrimp tumbled  onto my plate, despile my best efforts to contain them in the  ample pastry.  The shrimp and cheese croissant is a rather unmanageable  repast. It is also very, very good. And with a bit of dexterity,  you can stir the excess inlo the iceburg lettuce and purple cabbage, and make a ralher wonderful shrimp salad.  My colleagues assured me that their meals were equally tasty, and we had to agree that we had not been led astray by all  the hype.  Lunch for three came to approximately $23, including a  glass of the very nice house wine.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue ��� 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays & Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seats.  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel - Come  enjoy a special dining experience at Lord  Jim's Resort. The atmosphere is warm  and intimate, the views magnificent. Our  imaginative menu features the freshest  local seafoods and exciting daily specials,  till prepared with a bright, Wesl Coast  tlait. Some selections from our current  menu include rich arid decadent Seafood  Bisque, pan-fried Snapper with Dill  Sauce, fillet of lamb with a light Dijon  Mustard Sauce. Dining room and lounge  service. Open for breakfast and lunch.  Snt.&Sun., for dinner Thurs., l-Yi.&Sat.  from 6 pm. Mease phone for mid-week  dining hours. All major cards accepted,  For reservations and hours please call  885-7038. Ole's Cove, just north of Secrel  Cove on Hwy. 101.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobsler House - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good lime atmosphere, the Omega is a people-  watcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes plaza, 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. Located in Gibsons  Landing at 1538 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 4-10 pm, Fri  and Sat 4-11 pm. Seats 145.  Pronto's Restaurants Two locations  to serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne,  ribs, SOUvlaJd in a delightful lamily atmosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees include garlic bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meal for four about SI5-S20. Located at  Wharf Rd., Sechelt, 885-1919; and in  Cedar Plaza, Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-8138.  The Wharf Restaurant Spectacular sunsets and intimate evening dining with a breath-taking view from every  table. We serve superb North American  and International Cuisine, and offer a  fine wine selection. Relax ami enjoy <iur  many gourmet delights in the comfortable  ambiance created by our tasteful, cosy  decor and unbeatable setting. Dinner is  served 7 days a week, from 5 pm. Join us  for our fantastic Sunday Brunch Mom 8  am to 2 pm. We also cater to conventions  and private functions in our glassed-in  atrium style Bayside Room. Open Mon.  -Sat, 7 am - 2 pm and 5 - 10 pm; Sun. 8  am - 2 pm and 5 - 9 pm. 56 seats. Reservations recommended. All major cards  accepted. Hwv. 101, Davis Bay,  885-7285.  MM/IV DINING  Average meal prices quoted  do not include liquor.  The Homestead ��� 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 $25-530. Hwy 101,  Wilson Creek, 885-2933. Open 8 am - 9  pm daily. 40 seats inside, 30 seat patio.  Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  The Raven Cafe  Ruby Lake Resort - Lovely view of  lake from Ruby Lake's post and beam  dining room 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. Sunshine  Coast Hwy, Pender Harbour -883-2269.  Open 7 days a week, 7 am ��� 9 pm. 54  seats. V., MC. Breakfast, lunch and dinner.  FOR SALE  by Owner  Mf IN - TAKE OUT  Ye   Olde   English   Doughnut  Shoppe - Super lunch liar for eat in or  take-out. Two soups daily, numerous  sandwich selections, 18-choicc salad bar.  Hot selections include Shephard's pic,  zucchini strips, stuffed crepes, beef dip  and hot turkey sandwich. There's always  a Daily Special - plus, of course, our  famous doughnuts, muffins, Cornish  pasties, sausage rolls, scones...and more!  Murchie's coffee and teas. Cappuccino  and Espresso. Open Mon.-Sat.. 6 am  -5:30 pm, 24 seals, V., MC. Cowrie St.,  Sechelt, 885-2616.  Cedar's Inn - Appellors all day till 11  pm. Darts every Sun. Everyone welcome.  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons -886-8171. Open 11  am - midnight, Sun-Thurs; 11 am -1 am,  Fri-Sat. 100seats. V., MC. Regular menu  II am to 8:30 pm. 14.  r  Coast News, May 23,1988  SPORTS  Pender Golf  Holloway wins  Congratulations to the winner of the Men's Match Play  Tournament, Ernie Holloway.  Second place went to Neil  Reeder and Eldy Gandy was  third. Ernie will have a trophy  presented to him at the Club  Championship award ceremony  in August. Good golfing Ernie!  Men's Day on May 7 had low  net going to Murrell Smith.  Closest to pin 3 was Jim Buntain. Iain Ross was closest to the  pin on the 175 yard number 6  with a beautiful shot stopping  two feet from the hole. Did you  make the birdie lain? Fewest  putts went to Dutch Haddon  with 14.  The winners on Men's Day  May 14 were Tom Held, low  gross and Ken Klein, low nel.  Closest to pin 3 Jim Buntain  (again), Dave Dakin was closest  to the pin on 6. Jim Menzies  had the fewest putts. A  reminder lhat Men's Twilight  is every Wednesday al 5 pm and  everyone is welcome.  The first Mixed Twilight of  the season was held on May 9.  This looks like it will be a  popular event as 32 golfers turned out. They played alternate  shots with a partner and there  was only one couple that was  not mixed.  First place went to Randy  Legge and Carol Reid; second  were Cathy McQuitty and Dave  Dakin; third were Carl Rietze  and Doug Reid; fourth George  Grout and Jessie Rietze; closest  to pin 3 Randy Legge, 6 - Moni  Langham. The most honest  couple were Moni Langham  and Bob Richardson.  On May 10, 22 Senior Men  played and John Willcock had  low gross, Peter Wilson was second. Tied for low net were  Norm Keene and Roy LaFave.  Closest lo pin 3 was Eldy Gandy, and here's Jim Buntain  again, closest on 6 this time.  COMPLETE FOAM SHOP  ,tO**��        ��� Fiheralass   ��� Plexialass ^i  c����  o��*  ��� Fiberglass  ��� Fabrics  i Plexiglass  1 Vinyls  All luppllet for the do-it-yourselfer  W.W. UPHOLSTERY & BOAT TOPS LTD.   886-7310  For Sale, Open Daily 1-4  15 NEW TOWN HOMES!  815 North Road, Gibsons  DESIGNED FOR SENIORS ���  No stairs, all on one level  Spacious 1060 sq. ft. - 2 bedrooms  Energy efficient R20 & R40 Insulation  Attached carport - blacktop driveway  Private fenced yards  Last chance to select your colours  Priced mid to higher 50's  HANS OUNPUU CONSTRUCTION  PHONE 886-2869 or 522-3565  May Day success  Teresa Godkin was crowned Queen of Pender Harbour's 42nd Annual May Day celebrations Salurday. The day began with a pancake breakfast sponsored by Ihe Lions Club, Ihen continued wilh a  family fool race, a parade, arm wrestling and olher activities.  ���Vern Elliott pholo  Saturday's May Day celebration in Pender Harbour was undoubtedly one of the best ever,  and organizer Dennis Gamble  promises lhat it will be even better next year, with festivities expanding to include Garden Bay.  The early morning Family  Foot Race and Lions Pancake  Breakfast kicked off a full day  of fun, games, contests, and  Harbour-style community get-  logelhering.  The May Queen float won  the first prize for overall-best  float, but all the entries were  deserving of every bit of applause lhat they got.  On the grounds of the  Madeira Park Elementary  School there were competitions  and entertainment for all age  groups.  Horseshoes, dart-throwing,  dunk tank, baseball toss, mini  golf, pony rides, psychic  readings, arm-wrestling cham  pionships, boat races, plane  rides, homemade kite contest,  cotton candy, hamburgers, hot-  dogs, beer and numerous other  attractions, including sunburns  because the weather was splendid.  The day ended with dancing:  a childrens' dance at 5:30 pm  and an adult dance later with  music by Knight Shift.  Next week Ihe Coasl News  will carry names of prize winners and other events there  wasn't room for here.  GIBSONS  LANES  886-2086  115-3318  Ift "Tft* Dock",  5800 Cowrlt Si, Sechelt The usual prize of $5 will be awarded Ihe firsl eorreel en.ry drawn  which locate .heabove. Send your entries lo reach (he Coasl  News, Box 460. Gibsons by Saturday of this week. Lasl week's winner was Lloyd Davis Prop., of Harbor Marina, 13174 Pool Road,  Garden Bay, who correctly identified the gas valves located on his  property.  Ball Scene  I 5  I 3  I 5  by  GIBSONS MINOR BALL  Standings May 20  Bronco Division (11-12)  WL T P  fcvllns 3 117  Super Valu 2 2  'Kerns 1 3  ' Sunnycrest Mall 2 2  Kerns:    1   homerun  j Michael McCourt.  Sunnycrest Mall: 2 homeruns  i by Matthew Chalmers.  Mosquito Division (9-10)  W I T P  J Petrocan 2 4 0 4  | Blue Wave 4 2 0 8  ] Prontos 5 0 0 10  : Elson Glass 14 0 2  | HS Pulp �� Paper 3 2 0 6  ' Omega 14 0 2  I     Petrocan:   1   homerun   by  ! Melissa Snazell, pitched one no-  run   inning   each   -   Melissa  Snazell   and   Jeffrey   Underwood.  Blue Wave: 1 homerun by  David Johnston; pitched one  ^no-run inning each - Nathan  deBoer and Sean Ryan.  Prontos: 2 homeruns by  Bryson Hill; pitched a no-run  inning - Chad Price.  Elson Glass: pitched a no-run  .inning - Ian Emerson.  HS   Pulp   and   Paper:    1  homerun by John Mowbray;  pitched 2 no-run innings - Kelly  Sawatski.  Tadpole Division (7-8)  WL TP  Gibsons Realty 5 0 0 10  Kinsmen 5 1 0 10  MounUes 13 13  Electric Co. 2 2 0 4  Legions 3 4 0 6  Trunks 0 6 11  Gibsons Realty: 4 homeruns  -Blair Chapman 1, Jamie Peake  1, Michael Sopow 1, Jody  Underwood I; double play  -Ryan Swanson.  Kinsmen: 1 homerun by  Travis Harrison.  Mounties: double play by  Chris Pulling.  Legions:    2    homeruns  -Christoff   Roepke-Todd   1,  Martin Ryan 1 plus a double  Play-  Truffles: 2 homeruns by She-  vaun Norris and Jason Veen.  Mint-Tad Division <5-��)  Five and six-year olds are  learning   the  great   sport   of  baseball this year and are enjoying themselves with four teams:  Bob Hobbs, Gibsons Building  Supplies, Sunnycrest Mall and  Sunshine Grocers in this divi-  LAD1ES SOFTBALL  Monday night Ken Mac  , solidly defeated Wakefield 26-3.  ; Jake Pike had 2 homeruns and  ,��Carol Parrell 1 homerun and a  '���triple to lead Ken Mac to the  ^'win.  \-l Tuesday night Ken Mac  ('downed TBS 14-0. Ken Mac's  ��}!j)ffense of strong batting and  ^excellent bunting combined  "ijvith a very tight defense made  "ihe difference.  The last play of the game was  a perfect double play from  I Carol Parrell at shortstop to  iue Busnarda at second to  iheila Enger at first. Also on  'uesday Gilligans downed the  ' igles 16-9.  Wednesday Cedars over  tyakefield 17-9. Thursday night  !,TBS led by the strong hitting of  !*Peggy Stacey with 2 homeruns  . and a triple, defeated Gilligans  V17-3. Cedars over the Eagles  "rith a strong pitching perfor-  tance by Michelle Borley.  ^STANDINGS THROUGH WEEK 5  WL PG  ' Ken Mac 8  I 16 9  TBS 6 4 12 10  Cedars S 4 10 9  Gilligans 5 4 10 9  Eagles 3 6 6 9  '���" Games for May 23 to 26:  ! Monday, Eagles - Ken Mac at  ; Brothers Park; Tuesday, TBS  i -Wakefield at the Reserve, and  Cedars - Gilliam al  Hacked  Park; Wednesday, Wakefield  ���-Cedars   at   Brothers   Park;  Thursday, Ken Mac - TBS at  \ Hacked Park, and Gilligans  | -Eagles at the Reserve.  MINOR SOFTBALL  Standings May 21  Seniors  WL T P  5 0 1 11  15 13  2 3 0 4  Gibsons Lanes  Hair We Are  Roberts Creek   ^^^^^^^^  Homeruns by Jennifer Ear-  waker 1, and Tanya Rezansoff  2 and GSHR.  Juniors  Coca Cola  lions Club  Shadows Below  Midget Boys  WLP  5 2 10  3 4 6  2 4 4  WL P  2 2 4  1 2 2  1 3 2  3 0 6  Ken's Lucky Dollar  Construction Aggregates  Hooters  Roberts Creek Legion        ^^^^  Homerun by Shane Christians.  The Midget Boys will be having a bottle drive Sunday, June  12, 10 am to 2 pm in the  Langdale/Gibsons/Roberts  Creek areas. Please try and support the boys.  Thank you.  SECHELT MINOR BALL  Mixed  WLP  Power Blues 7 0 14  Lewis Contracting 6 2 12  Dan's Royals 5 1 10  Clinic Swat 5 2 10  Silver Jets 3 5 6  Buccaneer Marina 2 4 4  Sluggers 2 5 4  IIBVHI 2 5 4  Hartley's Aulo Body  0 7 0  SIB  LA Queens  Solid Gold  Girls  rf  S3ZS  4  Tues. May 24  0020 14.3  0735 8.6  1155 10.0  1735   7.4  Fri. May 27  0145 13.8  0900 5.0  1600 12.3  2040   10.1  Wed. May 25  0055 14.1  0815 7.5  1340 10.4  1840   8.5  Sal. May 28  0205 13.7  0930 3.7  1700 13.2  2135   10.7  Thurs. May 26  0120 13.9  0835 6.3  1500 11,3  1945   9.4  Sun. May 29  0230 13.6  1000 2.6  1735 14.0  2220   11.2  Mon. May 30  0300 13.6  1035 1.6  1820 14.6  2310   11.5  ��� ���  Reference: Point Atkinson F��' skooKumcnuK Narrow, **_ t nr. as min.  M ,,,     _.. . _.. plus 5 mm tor aach fl of rlsa,  arm T min. tor each It. of fait.  Pacific Standard Time   FREE BOAT MOVING  (limited mileage)  when we spring service your outboard or stern drive  WE CHECK Zincs, Gear Case Oils, AND TUNE UP  Labour and parts extra LIMITED TIME OFFER  HARBOUR VIEW MARINE  ' KiCDSs from DoVnes  886-2233 j  DEAN THOMAS   0  SC Golf a Country Club  ���  Coast News, May 23,1988  15.  Scarr scores  week's highlight  by Frank Nanson  The highlight of the week  seems to have been Roy's gross  33 on Seniors Day, where he  had one bogy, plus a bird on  each of the 2nd and 5th holes  resulting in one under par for  the 9. Congratulations Roy.that  does not happen too often.  The Tuesday 9-hole ladies  winners were Barbara Relton  and Lila Chambers with Mary  Babcock and Koreen McGrath  in second place and the honors  for the least putts going to  Marg Bevan.  The 18-hole first flight winners were Doreen Gregory,  Marlis Knaus with a 32 net each  and Isabel Rendleman with a 33  net. Second flight winners were  Yacht Club off  to excellent start  Marg Arbuckle, Kay Budd and  Leila Comrie. Third flight went  to Marg McKinnon, Edith  Woodman and Dorothy Fraser.  The Senior men's winners  with a net 55 were a team consisting of Roy Scarr with 33  gross, Wilf Forshner, Frank  Nanson and Fred Dowdie. Second leam winners with net 60  were Jack Anderson, Ozzie  Hinks, Maurice Davies and  Stan Pallerson. In third place  were Walt McMillen, Laurie  Evans, Jack Ross and Owen  Hooper. The bags of tees were  won by George Grant, Lou  Lawless, Al White (who usually  is one of the winners) and Ray  Harris. The man who drove  closest to the hole on the 8th  was of course Jack Anderson.  Senior men are reminded to  sign up for the Eclectic which  will be played on consecutive  Thursdays of June 9 and 16. All  paid up Seniors Group men 55  and over are eligible.  AMSTERDAM  '699  From  For details call-  Return  ____ Gifomlwd  886-9255       886-8222  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  1988  W CHEVY SIO  PICKUP  -"Lean on ibis Value"-  Sample Value:  Wide side box, double wall steel construction, fuel injected  2.5 litre engine, 5 spd, manual transmission, all season steel  belted radials, AM radio, heavy duty battery, power brakes.  LEASE THIS ONE -  by Shirley Watson, 886-3304  The annual general meeting  of the Yacht Club was held last  Saturday on the grounds of our  new property which will be the  future home of our club house.  A very scrumptious barbecue  was attended by over 100 of our  members. A big thank you goes  out to all the ladies who brought  the hors d'oeuvres and a really  big thank you goes to the men  who worked for days, cutting  the grass and getting the property set up for the barbecue.  At the meeling, which was  held in the Kin Hut, it was felt  that the present directors of the  club have done such an excellent  job during the past year, that  they were all re-elected.  The directors agreed that our  firsl Mariner's Fair was such a  success, lhal we are going to  make it an annual event, hoping  lo get bigger and better each  year.  As our quota of members has  now been reached, Ihe club will  still lake applications which will  have to be put on a waiting list.  The rules slate that we may only  have a certain membership for  the size of our club house.  A reminder lo all those new  members who have not filled  out their pledge form, please  send in your pledge as soon as  possible, for we would really  like to start on our club house  this summer.  Mark your calendars for Friday, May 27, for the first  shareholders meeting of the  Gibsons Yacht Club Investment  Corp. Everyone who has pledged and paid is now a shareholder and should attend this  very important meeting at 7:30  pm at the Kin Hut. See you  there.  Sunshine IO  .HAW! Bit    '.rr nn r *-�� r.���  WHARI RD. StCHELT loll lire  885-5131 6846924  I  Power Squadron  The annual change of watch  of the Sunshine Coast Power  and Sail Squadron took place at  6.00 pm at the Royal Canadian  Legion in Sechelt on Saturday,  May 14, 1988. Sixty-four  members and guests attended  the excellent dinner prepared by  the legion Ladies, and witnessed  the new bridge, headed by  Commander Kate McQuaid  and Executive Officer Malcolm  Fraser, sworn in. The 'Oh  damn' award was given to Kjell  Garteig following the usual  hilarious kangaroo court.  Gibsons  Swimming Pool  Jan.11 ���  June 30,1988  MONDAY & WEDNESDAY  6:30 a.m ��� 8:30 am  9.00 a.m.-10:00 a.m  10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m,  11:00 a.m.-11.30 a.m  11:30 am - 1 00 p m.  3.30pm ��� 7:30pm  7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m  USED BUILDING SUPPLIES  Quality, used lumber, bricks, windows, lights, plumbing, etc  P * ��� UMD BUILDING MATERIALS  11947 Tannery Rd., Surrey  MONDAY-SATURDAY BM-1311  ^ We also buy used building materials  Early Bird  Aqua Fit  Ease Me In  Lessons  Noon  Lessons  Swim Fit  TUESDAY  Fil & 50+ 930 a.m -10.30 a.m  SeniorSwim 10 30 a.m.-11:30a m  Adapled Aquatics 2:30 p.m ��� 3:30 p.m  Lessons 3:30 p m.- 6:00 p.m  Public 6.00 p.m ��� 7.30 p.m  Co-ed Fitness      7:30 p.m - 8:30 p m  =Next=  THURSDAY  Parent & Tot 1:00 p.m.  Adapted Aquatics 2:30 p.m.-  Lessons 3 30 p.m ���  Public 6:00 p.m.-  Co-ed Fitness 7:30 pm.-  FRIDAY  Early Bird  Aqua Fit  Fit & 50 +  Senior Swim  Noon Swim  Public Swim  Co-ed Fitness  Teen Swim  2:00 p.m  3:30 pm.  6:00 p.m  7:30 p.m.  8:30 pm.  6.30 a.m ��� 8:30 a.m.  9:00 a.m-10:00 a.m.  10 00 a m -10:30 am  10.30 a.m.-H:30 a.m.  11:30 a m ��� 1:00 p.m  500 p m - 6:30 p.m  6:30 p.m - 7:30 pm.  7:30pm- 9:00 pm.  SATURDAY  Public  Public  BRONZE MEDALLION  Tuesday, May 31st  =Register Now=  Gibsons Swimming Pool  Publication of this schedule  sponsored by  1:30 p m - 4:00 p m  7:00 p.m - 8.30 pm  SUNDAY  Family 1 00 p m - 3:30 p m.  Public 3 30 p.m- 5:00 pm  886-9415  Super Valu  Watch the ^^^^  STANLEY CUP PLAY-OFFS  on the  BIGGEST,  MOST  MODERN  T.V. SCREEN   I      on the  |n i      Sunshine Coast!  huh  linn  Lounge Hours:  Wed-Sat, 6-midnight  It's almost  like being there!  The Sunshine Lounge  at...  PENINSULA MOTOR INN  HHf.-'JHO-l  MMMiii  ���ataak^M^aaataatAri Coast News, May 23,1988  Women of Si. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary are preparing for a  business luncheon which will be held Thursday lo raise money for  Ihe hospital. Ihe women, from left to right, are Vivian Tepoorten,  Murlis Knaus, Marilyn Jardine and Krika Wrighl. The luncheon  will he held in Ihe Sechell Indian Band Hall from It am lo 2 pm.  'Ken Collins pholo  SCRD approves  'thirst aid'  by Brute (irierson  Nearly iwo billion people  worldwide are affected by it;  40,000 children daily die in its  grip; il accounts for 80 percent  of Ihe world's sickness. And  withoul the financial contribution of Ihe socially conscious,  the problem will continue to  proliferate.  Such is ihe message of a pamphlet soon to be arriving at a  mailbox near you.  The pamphlet is the voice of  Watercan, an Ottawa-based  non-profit organization  dedicated to providing clean  waler to the Third World. And  thanks lo ihe efforts of local  spokesperson Dcuise Lagasse, it  will be distribuied to mosl  Regional Dislricl residents wilh  their next waler bill.  Lagasse approached the Sunshine Coasl Regional District  meeling in Sechell Thursday  with an explanation of ihe aim  of her organisation. Walercan,  she explained, is encouraging all  those who receive clean,  municipally regulated waler lo  contribute to those less fortunate, whose water supply  facilities are sub-standard.  The organization is requesting a cash donation from  area residents'. All monies raised  will be used for wells, hygenic  storage facilities and repairs to  equipment damaged by storms,  under the guidance of relief  organizalions such as UNICEF,  Oxfam and CUSO.  Lagasse explained thai funds  collected Irom dislrict residents  will be channelled inlo a specific  Third World village, and  organizers will reporl back to  ihe SCRD on whal projects  have been undertaken, and  what progress has been made.  "It's like twinning our city  wilh anolher city," she said.  To   dale,    27   Canadian  mmnofmrrm...  Com nti m ttktt iH tin ttllt H tint  - Ikt Ottufi Ritttmtrl kt. ehMfui  mi tm'S Im #.  em m mmmm  must  municipalities including Terrace, Cowichan, While Rock,  Smiihers, Prince Rupert, and  North Vancouver have agreed  to participate in the fledgling  program.  Under an arrangement with  Ihe Canadian International  Development Agency (CIDA),  every dollar raised at the  municipal level will be matched  by the federal government.  CIDA also absorbs ihe program's administration costs.  Since Walercan is a registered  charity, all donations of $10 or  more are tax deductible.  Lagasse told the Coasl News  thai much of her interest in  Watercan is a result of an  episode which occurred several  years ago in ihe Okanagan.  "While I was living in Pentic-  lon, a giargiasis parasite got into the water supply, and  thousands of people became ill.  Il made me realize how much  we lake our water for granted."  More information on the  organization can be obtained by  wriling Watercan at Suile 500  -275 Slater Street, Ottawa, Onl.  KIP5H9.  Chamber  to lease  "We wanl approval in principle lo lease Brothers Park  Campground for $l a year and  conlinued on a year lo year  basis," slated newly elected  Chamber of Commerce President D'Arcy Burk in a petition  lo Gibsons Council lasl Tuesday.  "The object is for ihe  Chamber to make money," he  said.  The Gibsons Chamber of  Commerce had a large cutback  in iheir customary gram ihis  year. Al Ihe same time Brothers  Park Campground, which was  established in the hopes of accommodating Expo visitors, sits  idle.  Burk is confident thai the initiative of local business people  can turn Ihe campground inlo a  viable opcralion as well as  generalc capital lo replace whal  once came In the form of  granls.  PROTECTED  OIL CHANGE SPECIAL  nusifrMMrsmaaiKK  i]9  ���FOR MOST CAflS AND VANS  ���$3 00 extra (or Premium  Turtxi-Tested or Premium  5W30 Molor Oil  ��������� BPJU��S��RVia-D.SC OR DRUMS ���  DRUMS FRONT ROTORS  $49-95* $59.95*  "Labour and Machine Only. Parts Extra  Most Passenger Vehicles  ��� Until June 30,1988   ��� Ask for details  For Complete Automotive Repair  Dofe'd Auk Cfcwtc  Shaw Rd. at Hwy 101, Gibsons  (Basement of PetroCan Store)  ________m_______S^m_____s_______  Over Inlet Wharf  Sechelt to face  'hue and cry'  "Sechell Council can expect a  hue and cry and meetings again  where there are 200 people,"  Tuwanek property owner Diane  Davidson told the Coast News  last week. Davidson was commenting on an application by  Aquarius Seafarms lo build a  .160 fool ramp and wharf in  front of its hatchery in Porpoise  Bay.  The application was forwarded to Sechell Council from the  Ministry of Forests and Lands  lor Iheir commenls. Bul al lasl  Wednesday's council meeling,  Mayor Bud Koch suggested thai  council wail lo make a recommendation until the public had  a chance to let their feelings be  known.  In the covering letter attached  lo Ihe applicalion. Jack McLennan of Aquarius wrote, "The  necessity of Ihis structure is to  facilitate the moving of  Aquarius broodstock salmon  from Ihe Inlet lo the land-based  holding area. Without this  facility in place, undue stress is  pul on the broodstock."  He also explained lhal Ihe  mosl active time of use for Ihe  wharf would be from September to December each year, with  Ihe majorily of fish being moved from mid-September io mid-  Ociobcr. It would also be active  in Ihe spring of each year from  May io July, when smolts arc  being iransporled from Ihe hal-  chery lo Ihe salmon farms.  Mayor Koch lold council lhal  ihe use of a float plane might  cause a decrease in ihe amount  of helicopter traffic io ihe hatchery,   something   lhat   local  residents have been complaining  about. Bul Davidson maintained that those weren't the peak  limes for helicopter use.  "It's totally rotten," she said.  "They got in there before Ihe  zoning was changed. It's a nonconforming use and if they  don'l like Ihe opposition they  get, they should move to where  they can have the wharf."  Davidson cited ongoing problems with the hatchery, including iheir use of water from  Gray Creek, (hereby depleting  the levels of the spawing stream  during lasl summer's drought,  and iheir discharge of effluent  inlo Porpoise Bay.  "There was never any suggestion lhal there would be any  wharf when iheir lease was approved," Ms Davidson insisted.  "Why didn'l ihey pay Ihe price  for land lhal was already zoned  industrial? Now they're fundamentally blocked because  ihey came in ihrough the back  door and set up in a residential  area. Why can'l ihey carry on  business in a normal fashion?"  Sechelt Council has unlil  June 16 lo forward iheir comments to the Ministry of Foresls  and Lands, bul before taking an  official .stand on the applicalion, ihey are hoping lo receive  input from the public.  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  J  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  al  The Coast Ntwi  Sechell  "A Friendly People Place"  PENDER HARBOUR  DIESEL CO. LTD.  Diesel Engine Rebuilding  Industrial Parts  Madeira Park 883-2616  GREENHOUSE  WINDOWS  ^  Now  is the  time lo add  one of our  attractive  greenhouse  windows  to your  home.  New  Low Prices  On Custom  & In-Stock  Replacement Sizes  tsaiaafl &umm  Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd. Gibsons      886-7359  Any wou you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results  ��     v     I     1     <��     i  Sunshine Coast Regional District  BULLETIN BOARD  Royal Terraces Building  corner of Wharf Rd., and Teredo St.  Sechelt  P.O. Box 800  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-2261  ���UPCOMING MEETINGS!  Thursday, May 26th  Regular Board Meeting - 7:30 pm  NOTICE  Area 'F' Residents  Residents of Area 'F' are advised that the  next meeting of the Advisory Planning  Commission will be held on Monday, June  9th at 7:30 pm at Langdale Elementary.  MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC  ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND!  SPRINKLING  REGULATIONS  THE FOLLOWING REGULATIONS  APPLY TO PROPERTIES SERVICED  BY THE SCRD WATER SYSTEM:  Odd Numbered Houses  Monday, Wednesday, from 7-10 am  and 7-9 pm  Friday 7-10 am  Even Numbered Houses;  Tuesday, Thursday, from 7-10 am  and 7-9 pm  Saturday 7-10 am  S. Lehmann  Works Superintendent  MON.  ��� MINIBUS TIMETABLE:!"  TUES. WED. THURS. FRI.  Leaves  8:40 am  8:40 am  8:40 am  8:40 am  8:40 am  Sechelt  10:00 am  10:00 am  10:00 am  10:00 am  10:00 am  for  (Lower Road)  (Lower Road)  (Lower Road)  (Lower Road)  Gibsons  1:00 pm  1:00 pm  1:00 pm  1:00 pm  3:15 pm  2:30 pm  3:15 pm  2:30 pm  (Lower Road)  (Lower Road)  3:15 pm  Leaves  9:15 am  9:15 am  9:15 am  9:15 am  9:15 am  Gibsons  10:45 am  11:45 am  10:45 am  11:45 am  10:45 am  for  (Lower Road)  1:50 pm  (Lower Road)  1:35 pm  Sechelt  1:35 pm  4:00 pm  1:35 pm  (Lower Road)  (Lower Road)  (Lower Road)  (Lower Road)  4:00 pm  4:00 pm  4:00 pm  (Lower Road)  4:00 pm  FARES: One Zone - .75; each additional zone .25  Zona #1: Gibsons to Roberts Creek (Flume Road)  Zone #2: Roberts Creek to Sechelt  THIS SERVICE IS FOR  PUBLIC USE  Door-to-Door Service Is  available for the disabled  and handicapped, and  can be booked by phoning  the dispatcher at  885-5881  NO SERVICE ON  WEEKENDS OR  PUBLIC  HOLIDAYS  "Lower Road" route ��� via Flume Road, Beach Avenue and Lower Road.  Regular atops at Sachalt and Qlbaona Medical Clinics.  Sechelt Bua Stop: The Dock, Cowrie Street  Qibsons Bus Stop: Lower Gibsons, Municipal Parking Lot,  Gower Point Road. Coast News, May 23,1988  17.  -v.  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  IN PENDER HARBOUR   Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 883.9551  IN HALFMOON BAY   B & J Store 885-9435  IN SECHELT  Books & Stuff  (Trail Bay Centre) 885-2625  The Coast News  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  IN DAVIS BAY-  Nice. 3-5 bdrm. view home. 2400  sq. ft., fireplace, wood stove.  2*/i Oaths, 900 sq. ft. vinyl deck,  etc. Sechell, $79,900.  886-7712.  #20s  S acres, subdividable. partly  cleared, soulh end Gale Ave..  Sechell. $42,900. 941-4299.  ��1S  4 bdrm. cedar, sauna, hoi tub.  fireplace. Bay area, $58,700.  886-8531. #21  i����Km..��,,ti  Peninsula Market 8859721  IN WILSON CREEK   Wilson Creek  Campground 885-5937  IN ROBERTS CREEK   Seaview Market 8853400  IN GIBSONS  B & D Sports  (Sunnycrest Mall) 886-4635  The Coast News  (behind Dockslde Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  FOR MONDAY PUBLICATION  SUNSHINE COAST  BUILDING SUPPLIES tin ltd.  "Come in and see  our changes"  Mon.-Sal. 8:00-5:00  1356 Wharl Rd.. Sechelt  885-5818  Approx. 2 acre lol between Abbs  and O'Shea Rd.. Gibsons. This  lol is a part ol a proposed subdivision and would yield 8 building  lots, $49,000. 886-8076.     #21  3 view lots. Davis Bay. cul-de-  sac, sale by owner. 885-9312,  885-2659. #22  For sale by builder, Gibsons, new  3 bdrm. quality built bungalow  wilh carport, quiet street, close lo  mall, clinics, schools, elc. Priced  lo sell al $61,000 lirm. Alex  886-3996. #23  ANDERSON REALTY  The Sunshine Coasl  Specialists lor  ��� Recreation  ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FREE CATALOGUE  Teredo Square. Sechelt  885-3211  Van. Toll Free 684-6016  60x250' West Sechelt waterfront  lol. 2 cleared building sites wilh  driveway. New steps and Irails  down park-like hillside to rock  bull-dozed beach. Nave seplic  permit, house plans, spectacular  view, outstanding beach areas.  885-7629. #23s  Lome and Roxanne Sammartino  are pleased lo announce the birth  ol their second daughter.  Stephanie Michelle, 6 lbs.. 15  ozs.. on April 27. 1988 al St.  Paul's Hospilal al 6:47 pm.  #21  Michael and Noelle Kinne are  pleased to announce Ihe birth of  their second son, Daniel James,  on April 25. 1988 at SI. Mary's  Hospital in Sechell, A brolher tor  David, grandson lo Eileen Kinne  and Pal and Phil Liguori. He  weighed in al 8 lbs.. 12 ozs.  #21  e��.  gtfA-  n^  NEW LOWER  Classified Ad Rates  ���lied ����"  !p/l||||   (minimum) for 10 words  25    '"r iM^ '"rditional word  Pay for 2 weeks, Get the 3rd week FREE  MCI A/I When paid by CASH, CMQUE  l\ fc W ! �� MONEY ORDER  "Sllrte SeTcLASSIFi-EPS  They run until your item is sold!  I J      for up to 10 words     I       per additional word  Your .id, featuring one item only, will run for Tour consecutive  weeks and will then be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  for   another   (our,   hy   Salurday,   3   pm.  NO CHARGE FOR RENEWAl for as long as you want!  (Nni available lo commercial advertiser*)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be PRE-PAID before insertion.  For your convenience, use your MASTERCARD or VISA!  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  At "Friendly People Places" Saturday NOON  At COAST NEWS Offices,  Sechell & Cibsons    SATURDAY, 3 pm  COAST NEWS Classifieds  Cowrie St . Sechelt  885-3930  The LOWEST Price!  The HICHEST Circulation!  The FIRST on Ihe street!  Crulce Lane. Gibsons  886-2622  ^=f  t  Births  Pat. Lori and Heather Winn happily announce the arrival ol Iheir  son and brolher. Michael Kyle.  Michael arrived al 6:02 pm on  May 10.1988. weighing 5 lbs. 9  ozs. Proud grandparenls are Ber-  nie and Lil Thibaull ol Victoria and  Alf and Jean Winn of Gibsons.  #21  3.  Obituaries  m_mmmmmmm__mm_m_mm^  EAGLESTONE: Passed away May  15, 1988, Waller John Robert  Eagleslone, age 80 years, late ol  Maple Ridge. Survived by three  sons. Ronald and Judy, ol Seal-  lie: Dennis and Linda, ol Phoenix:  Larry and Sandria. ol Langley:  five grandchildren. Randal. Dar-  cy. Robert, Karen, and Kelly: one  sisler. Doris Woodbridge, of  Aldergrove: one brolher, Fred of  Vancouver; several nieces and  nephews. Memorial luneral service was held from Ihe Chapel of  Hendersons Funeral Home,  Langley, Thursday, May 19 at  1:30 pm. Reverend Sue House  officiated. Cremalion donalions  may be made lo Ihe charily ol  your choice. #21  RAVNER: Passed away May 19,  1988. Edward Thomas Rayner,  late of Sechell in his 83 year.  Survived by his loving wife,  Mary; nephews, nieces and  cousins. Private graveside service al Seaview Cemelery.  Reverend June Mallin olliciallng.  Devlin Funeral Homes. Directors.  #21  Grace Nelson - In loving memory  of a dear mother and sisler who  passed away on May 22. 1987  Nothing can ever lake away the  love a heart holds dear, fond  memories linger every day  Remembrance keeps her near.  Sadly and truly missed by son Bill  and sisters, Mona and Shirley  and Ihe rest ol Ihe family.  #21  Announcements  Carpel cleaning special - 2 rooms  and hall - $44.95. Sunshine  Carpel Care. 885-3253.       #21  Parking Lot Line Painting  M & L Painting  will be in Ihe Sechell. Gibsons  area Irom May 29 lo June 4 Enquiries. Glen al 439-0206  #21  Wendi Holtiull  Elphinstone graduate and  daughler ol Vern and Ihe lale  Joann Rolllull ol Gibsons, has  received her Bachelor ol Science  degree in Chemical Engineering  from U.8.C.  Congratulations from  Dad and Jeff  #21  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-7272. 886-2954,  TFN  II someone in your lamily has a  drinking problem you can see  whal It's doing lo them. Can you  see whal It's doing lo you? Al-  Anon can help. Phone 886-9903  or 886-9826.  Attention Teens  Al-Aleen   Can   Help,   Phone  886-7103. TFN  9.  Lost  Gold   chain,   medical   alert  bracelet. Please call 886-8018.  #21  Dog. very large wire-haired  brown pointer, Camp Bing area.  Reward. 886-2875. #21  {, Found J  Husky X. young male.  Sechell area. 885-5037.  #21  Black & while Boslon Bull Terrier,  male. Lower Pratt Rd. area.  885-5420. #21  1 Jjjgndle ol insulalioa & bucket a[  "painl,   Hwy.   101.   Rbls.  Ck.  885-3709. #21  Keys left in Just For You shop  May 15, 2 GM keys, turbo  keychain. #21  6.  Personal  D  Are you in an unhappy relationship? Call the Transition House  lor free confidential counselling.  885-2944. TFN  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Call Eleanor Mae 885-9018.  G  1.  Announcements  Phone us today aboul our beauli-  lul selection of personalized wedding invitalions. napkins, mal-  cries, stationery, and more.  Jeannie's Gifts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  LADIES  Bring in your old knitting patterns  & Barb will show you whal yarn lo  use.  Jusi For You  Gibsons Landing  #21  Local lop 40 rock band Rampage  available lor bookings. Pete.  886-9812 eves. #22  Health Spa Week ol July 9-15.  Rockwood Lodge. Facial, massage, daily exercise program,  lood. lodging (double  occupancy), $350. Book belore  June 24. 883-2745. #25  Always remember Ihose special  days (birthdays, anniversaries,  mortgage burning, etc.) with a  'Forever Calendar' from Country  Focus available al Upstairs  Downstairs, Landing General  Store, and Jeannie's Gifts &  Gems. (Hint: traditionally Ihe  Dutch hang It in the bathroom).  #22  Sunshine Com Freemasons  Ml. Elphinstone Lodge is having  a 40th birlhday parly and reunion  In the lorm ol a Hawaiian Luau. II  you are a member ol Ihe Masonic  Order and would like to help us  celebrate, please call: 885-9857.  885-2773. 886-8672 or  886-2519 for more Inlormalion.  #23  II.  Pets  &. Livestock  )  MAGUS KENNELS  ��� Bright clean dog  & cat boarding  ��� Dog grooming  Lowest Prices On  SCIENCE DIET-  OPEN 8 am - 6:30 pm  everyday. 886-8568  14.  Wanted  Craftspeople lo share store, lei's  talk. Allan 885-4757 #22  2 lightweight sleeping bags lor  cycling 885-9934 all 4pm  #23  Glass works or oil paintings in  original contemporary art. Will  pay cash or consign lor sale contract. 538-6649 (Whileiock  B.C.) ��|  Crafts i Arts  wanled lor relail gill slore. Excellent location lor tourist & local  Irade. We only charge 15% commission. Alian 885-4757      #23  )(i  For Sale  Multicycle Inglis aulo washer.  $295 Guaranleed & delivered  883-2648 TFN  T i S SOIL  Mushroom Manure  Topsoil Mixed  Bark Mulch  By Ihe yard or 14 yard diesel  dumptruck-full. Top quality products at reasonable prices  You  pickup or we deliver   Phone  anytime 885-5669. TFN  For Olde Times Sale  Spring Clean Up Sale!!  Books & records $.S0/$S- doz.;  panls & balhing suits $1; silk  panls 8, skirts ��� new. $5 ea.;  wood patio table & 6 chairs, lawn  chairs, couches _ chairs, tools,  chair bed1 Pols, pans, dishes,  drapes, collectibles, unique  linen! No reasonable oiler refused! Hwy 101 & Prall Rd.,  886-8261 Buy'-SelN-Tradel-Lale  arrivals-kid's bike _ trike &  dressers. #21  Yard & bake sale, Sal.. May 28,  10am lo 1pm, Masonic Hall,  Rbls. Ck. #21  Claholm Furniture  Ariel Interiors  . Excellent Condition  inside & out  Gibson   15.5 cu. ft.  Side by Side  Fridge  $49900  Two year old as new  Queen Size  Hide-a-bed  866900  Moving - musl sell: Two year old  large Weslinghouse Iridge. $850:  Holpoinl portable dishwasher.  $225; brown and beige loveseal,  $50 886-3439 #22  Commercial   sewing  Plall 138 883-2885.  machine  #21s  gel a sun dial  Need Ihe lime  886-8952.  Make your children happy, buy  them a paddle board, $150  886-8952 #21  Reconditioned ELECTROLUX  shampooer, $139; also complete  vacuum cleaner, 2 yr. warranty,  $279; uprighls are still on sale!  Stella Mulch. 886-7370.      #21  Moving Sale  May 28/29. 4760 Fir Rd  Bay. 9 lo 4.  Davis  #21  SPCA  885-4771  TFN  SCIENCE DIET S IAMS  Pet Food  Quality Farm & Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  Afghanhound puppies, show quality, to approved  homes, $600 886-3093.    #22s  Registered bay Ihoroughbred  mare, 10 years old. 16 HH.  885-2846. #22s  SPCA ADOPTION  Male Boslon Bull Terrier and Ian  male Shepherd X. 885-5734,  #21  F    1  l Music J  Estate sale, Sal. May 28.  10-3pm, lool ol Flume Rd.  #21  May 29,10-3pm. 894 North Rd..  no early birds. #21  Baskets _ plants only. May 27,  28, 29 al 761 O'Shea Rd. behind  RCMP. Phone 886-3145.      #21  18.  For Sale  HAV FOR SALE  New Hay $3 50    Old Hay $2.50  Can deliver, 885-9357  TFN  Single waterbed w/headboard.  $220; Apolio len speed. $120,  student's desk and chair. $120;  Omicon telescope, $220.  886-2968 aller 5 pm #22  6 rolls roof fell, #19crys black.  $9 roll; 8 bundles #1 shingles.  $15 each; Dielcrall bullet &  hutch, glass doors, med walnut,  gd. cond., $295. 885-7376  #23  Set goll clubs S bag, 3 woods, 5  irons, plus balls. $150.  886-9085 #23  60'#2 AWG tec cable, $4 per II.;  power cemenl trowel, $450.  885-9553 #23  Old Country Rose china; lady's  suede suit & labrics. 886-8996  #21  Hlde-a-bed; crystal chandelier:  9x12 braided rug; 4x10 ulil.  trailer. 885-9286 #21  New Vh' fiberglass skills Ideal  lender or sail. 885-4745       #23  Flexible lighted STO magnilying  glass; 9 9 OB Mir. gd cond  883-9973 #21  King size Sealy Posturpedic mal-  Iress sel wilh Irame; white Provincial girls bedroom sel: maple  dining room ��� buffet, table, 4  chairs, corner bullet with hutch  886-3584 #21  Set Red Rose china, 37 pieces;  portable electric oven, as new.  885-2557 #21  3 bicycles lor sale - 1 English  ladies 3 speed; 1 men's 26" 10  speed; 1 girls Raleigh 5 speed.  $50 each. 886-8076. #21  Green Onion  Earth Station  COMPUTERS  IBM Compatibles  s999  885-5644  Speed Queen dryer. 5 yrs old,  $175,886-7463. #21  Wheelchair,  886-9789  like   new.  $275  #23s  PIANO  TUNING  repairs &. appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  SEASONED  FIREWOOD  $807cord  10 S Seniors Olscmml  886-2489  OWN YOUR OWN  CONCESSION  STAND  Fibreglass clown  Easy to set up &  lite weight ��� portable  $7,500  CALL 1-278-4950 or  1-271 1266  Sleel tanks. 7H x 26Dia. 14H x  26Dia , suitable for swimming  pool, burner, elc. ft" plate.  10" channel & pipe, truck compressor #TF500-227323  886-7064 #21  Gulbransen 621 KM theatre  organ. 25 nole pedals, solid  mahoganey. console lighting,  bench. $14,500 new. organ bulls  dream, $4500 OBO; 1987  Yamaha ME50. Iwin electronic  organ. 16 presets. 2 extra  amplified speakers, big band  sound, midi compatible bench.  $2049 OBO; Yamaha 0X21. midt-  digitalsequence!, 16track, never  used. $300. 886-9059.       #21  Soloist auditions for Handel's  'Messiah' will be held May 28 at  2 pm in the Twilight Thealre  studio. The Messiah will be performed Dec. 16-18, 1988 on Ihe  Sunshine Coast. For appoinlment  or Information phone 886-8026.  #21  Antique marble lop washsland  immaculate green tiles, pink marble, mahogany 2 drawer. $500  886-7696. #22  Telemark skis (215 cm), boots  (II & 8) and poles. 886-2558.  #22  Airtight cast iron slove w/s-  lainless sleel insulated chimney,  gyproc, wood Irame windows,  vanity & sink, upright Electrolux  vacuum. 886-9221. #21  Single bed wilh large bookcase  headboard, trundle bed and mattress, exc. cond., $250; sm.  birdcage. $12; lireplace screen.  $25.886-8742. #23  Gibsons  #21  Quick - Frozen Shrimp ���  Wharl. Jaclyn VI.  Green Onion  Earth Station  SATELLITE  Sales & Service  885-5644  Fibreglass canopy with boal rack  lor small Iruck. $400 885-2206.  #22  Color VCR camera wilh portable  VCR. $825 OBO Tarry 886-3595.  886-2268 TFN  Eskimo soapslone carvings,  various sizes, prices. 7'2" polar  bear rug. $2900 885-2820  #21  Fish larm equipment, concrete,  barge wilh feed shed. 26' boal.  sleel cages 1-926-6904      #21  Hunter's Special ��� Remmglon  Wmgmasler 870 12 gauge, $350:  Brazilian 410. $125, Mossberg  22 target $150, PSE 70 LB compound bow. plus arrows & all accessories, $500 885-5722 aller  6 pm. #21  Dining room sel. pedeslal base. 6  covered chairs, $400: 10 speed  bike. Sears, 23" Irame, $60:  new 12 gal. electric hoi waler  lank, $50, 885-9583 #21  School bus - 54 passenger 1976  Bluebird model, no seals, cert, in  Alberta lor safely, excellent  shape. Ph 885-7501 #21  Viking 20 cu fl, s/s FF almond  Iridge wilh ice maker, like new.  $770 OBO; Inglis 4 cycle 2 speed  while washer, like new, $385  OBO: MacLary harvest gold  slove, com clean, $360 OBO;  Admiral harvesl gold 2 door FF 16  cu. II. fridge, recond.. $390  OBO; Viking 20 cu. It, s/s FF  Iridge, very nice, $535 OBO; Inglis Superb I 4 cycle. $295 OBO.  Take Irade, guaranleed 90 days  to 2 years. Corner Cupboard.  885-4434.8o5-7897 #22  1983 Chev Suburban * Ion, 8  cyl,, 4X4, 68,000 kms. wilh lape  cassette. $8700. 1980 Chev  Suburban V; ton. 8 cyl., auto.,  lilt sleering. air cond., lape  casselte. running boards, $4200  Will accepl Irade ol 18-20' (oat.  885-2820. #21  1978 Chev '/? Ion, new lires,  brakes & exhaust, greal cond..  recent tune-up, $800. 886-3938.  #21  1972 Toyola pick-up. good  engine, canopy, new lires. $350  OBO. 886-9507. #21  1977 Honda Civic. $500 OBO.  plus lots ol extra parts. 886-2459  Jim. #21  1978 Dodge Aspen station  wagon, drive il away lor only  $550 886-7240  #22s  1974 Ford Courier rusly bul slill  runs, needs work. $250.  886-8347 #21  1975 Cordova Chrysler, good  cond.. $1695 886-8904 all.  6pm #22  '78 360 Chrysler engine with  transmission. $525 OBO: lires-all  sizes, radial & bias. 15" alum,  rims .886-7282 #22  1976 Grand Prix. 2 door, hard  lop, good dependable transportation, by original owner, only $800  lor quick sale. 885-5645      #22  South Coast  x     Ford  MIKE'S SPECIALS  88F250 4X4 $18,850"  '88 RANGER $8,850"  '86 RANGER 4X4 $10,850"  '85 F150 $5850"  77 GMC VAN $1850"  '77CHEVJ/.T.       $1850"  76 FORD $1500"  ��� Trades Welcome  ��� Financing Available OAC  ��� Ask aboul our FREE Power-  train Warranty on mosl  used vehicles. 1981 and  newer  Wharl Rd   Sectiell 0L5936 885-3281 18.  Coast News, May 23,1988  19.   \   / \  fit. )  Autos J I Autos J  1984 NISSAN KING CAB 4X4    $6500.00  DODGE RAM 150 6250. JO  1984 GMC SIERRA 4X4 7600.00  1982 FORD 4x4% Ton 5200.00  1982 CHEV % Ton 4750.00  1982 TOYOTA 5300.00  1980 TOYOTA 4250.00  1980 SUBURBAN 3200.00  1979 BLAZER 5750.00  1973 FORD wood Truck 1299.00  1973 DODGE Vi Ton As is  795.00  1967 CHEV'/z Ton As is    995.00  i, Trades Welcome  All sale prices tirm (one week only)|  SECHELT  c^e  IMPORTS   s "  QUALITY CARS AT LOWER PRICES  1886-3071 i 885-75751  21.  Marine  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  99-25-70 HP 1986-1967. exc  cond.. exc price. Lowes Resort  883-2456 TFN  80' dock w/40' iron stairs,  comes with 2V: yr water lease in  Gibsons Harbour. $12,000 0B0  Tairy 886-3595 Ol 886-2268  TFN  14'Cobra 40 HP elec. start hydr  steering trailer. $2150 OBO.  Tarry 886-3595 or 886-2268.  TFN  Samson 37' FC sailboat, world  cruiser, live aboard, equipped.  42g 886-7400messages   #21s  16' British weekender sloop, lop  cond., bargain al $2950  883-9203. #24s  25' Classic Folks Boal, very gd  shape, no engine, $4500  883-2745. #23  14' FG Runaboul wilh 50 HP  Merc 8, trailer, many extras.  $1800 OBO 886-8324.        #21  M  l-jovi'  ���WWW  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  886-2020  TFN  1975 Dodge Dart, good running  cond . asking $700 OBO  886-9145. #22  1978 Foid Fiesta, exc. cond.,  sunrool, lots ol extras, $2000.  886-7l50eves. #22  1972 Foid PU. 360 aulo. good  wood wagon. $600 OBO  885-7243. #22  '82 Trans Am, lully loaded, incl  air-cond 8, leather seals, exc  cond.. low miles. $10,750,  886-8420. #23  78 Honda Civic S/W auto, gd  cond. $1000 OBO 885-5034  #23  '76 Dodge <h Ion PU. 318aulo..  gd shape. $2000. 885-3851  #23  '73 Toyola Corona. 2 dr. aulo ,  low mileage. $400 OBO  886-8449 #23  '69 Crtev Impala. 327 motor, exl-  Ira one lor parts. $250 lor bolh  886-3033. #23  73 Toyola Corona S/W. aulo.  exc local transportation, body  some rusl $1000 883-2745  #23  Moor Secrel Cove  Enpy New Horizons  Secret Cove Marina 885-3533  #25  kawasaki Jelski. 550cc eng,. 10  hrs on motor 885-9516 eves  #22s  69 Chevelle lor parts. 350  engine, with headers, $400  885-9845 all 6pm. #23  '76 Ford >h Ion van, runs well.  $1600 OBO. 885-7467.        #21  1974 Dodge PU. 3/< Ion F/deck,  318 aulo., low mileage, gd  cond .$1400.886-7914      #23  '85 Chevelle. low mileage, very  clean, 4 dr., H B aulo, $5395  OBO 886-3398 #23  74 Chev S/W. 4 di  , 80,000  miles,    350-4B.  $1500  885-2858,  #23  '81 blue Ford Escort S/W, exc  run      cond.,     885-5717  #24s  South Const  Ford      )  KELLY'S SPECIALS  $6995"'  S599500  $4995"  $3995����  S345000  $3450"  $2450"  '86 LYNX  '85 ACADIAN  '84 ESCORT  '83 RENAULT  82 ESCORT  '81 CIVIC  '81 CHEVETTE  ��� Trades Welcome  ��� Financing Available OAC  ��� Ask about our FREE Power  tram Warranty on mosl  used vehicles, 1981 and  newer  WrijrlRrj   Sechell DL5936 886-3281/  >  '  '68 HP Osco Ford marine diesel  and hy. gear, as new cond  883-9401 #21s  Deep V Thermoglass hull. 19'/;'  hardlop. new larps. needs motor  loaded with extras, make otter  886-2802 #24s  Custom aluminum & sleel boal  building. Jolt ��� Tidewater  Aluminum. 886-8952 Will build  Tom Thum 28 cutler, hull only,  $15,000 #21  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray  Master Mariner in Sail  and Sleam ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consullanls  885-3643  23.  Motorcycles  -- i-*  1985 Yamaha F2 750, Melzler  tires, olher extras, excellent condition, $3600.885-3137.      #21  1981 Honda Goldwing Interstate,  23,000 kms., one owner, $3600.  886-7696. #22  1983 Honda Shadow 500, exc.  shape. $1200 OBO; also 1975  Dalsun PU parts. 886-7831. #22  '82 Suzuki GS400E. exc. cond..  $1200.886-7048. #23  '82 250-S Kawa LTD, w/rack,  only 25,000 kms., $590.  885-9553. #23  19.5' Skagit, trailer. 60 HP  Evinrude. depth sounder, trim-  tabs, cabin, head 885-3877 #21  22'  Campion  sedan,  condilion 936-1731  excellent  #21  22 Sea Ray cuddy conv in im-  mac. cond.. 233 Meicruiser.  head. Tlabs. VHF. CB. live bail  lank, many exlras, only 650 hrs.  by original owner, $12,500.  885-5645. #22  1972 16' Fibrelorm. 65 HP, El  Merc, built in gas tank, depth  sounder, trailer, $3000 OBO.  885-3801 aller 5 pm. #22  17'// FG boal. 140 OMC oulboard/inboard, walk through  windshield, very low hours,  $3800 885-7738 #22  22' Fibetform. 165 HP 1.0.  ed, $6900OBO 886-2074  load-  #23  1975 ��� 18V Sangslercrall 130,  4 cyl., Volvo, 270 Volvo leg.  comes wilh trailer. $4200  886-3882 eves. TFN  19 loot FG boal, 115 HP Merc.  trailer. CB. sounder 886-3940  #2ls  21x35 boalhouse, lakes 11x28  boal. fiberglass floats 883-9939  #2ls  Wanl lunclional trailer lor 14'  boat, cheap. 886-3247 eves til  10, #21  24.      ���   Wanted to Rent  .  r  Mobile Homes  Year round resident desires  quiel. private cabin, or will rent  your large R.V. trailer to pul on  my lot. 886-3695 days.  886-4584 eves. #23  Woman ot humour and integrity  must find home, self only, quiet,  solid job. rel.. N/S, N/D, extremely reliable, prefer cottage by  beach, Gibsons area besl,  $200-$350, urgent. 886-3247  eves, til 10. #21  Resp. lamily wilh rels., seeks 3  lo 4 bedroom house w/lenced  yard lo rent or lease, 886-4711.  #21  Accomodation required immediately for single lemale.  Shannon at 885-9019. #22  I  HetpWwedj  Help yourself! Update your  resume, call Arbutus Office Services. 885-5212. TFN  For Rent  Mobile home space available.  Sunshine Coasl Mobile Home  Park. 886-9826. TFN  .-���-���������������l-.'.lll.V.,  SUNSHINE COAST  BUILDING SUPPLIES mea ltd  "Come in and see  our changes"  Mon.-Sal. 8:00-5:00  1356 Wharl Rd , Sechell  885-5818  1979 Scamper 22' travel trailer,  clean lully loaded, sleeps 6.  $5900. Will accepl Irade ol  18-20' boal. 885-2820.       #21  11V camper, 3-way Iridge.  slove, oven, propane heal, por-  lapolly. lacks & brackets lor  Iruck. $1000 or Irade lor boat,  Don Taylor. RR1. Garden Bay.  VON ISO #21  1976 18'Scamper. 3-way Iridge.  toilet. 3-burner range, sleeps 4,  very clean, well kepi. $3250  OBO 886-9059, #21  1969 Empress class 'A' 21'  motorhome, very clean. $10,500  886-2432 or 886-7923        #22s  1974 Boler trailer, clean, well  equipped. $2400. 886-9069 #22  1973 31' Airslream Soverign land  yacht, lully loaded, $14,900  886-8930. #22  maawmtaaooESSsra  23' Prowler, exc. cond  roll. 883-9203.  ready lo  #23  WANTED  Boat rental 17-24' covered  power boat loi month ol July,  Gibsons area. Please call Laurel  31213-476-1039. #22  1974 K&C 17.5' fibreglass wilh  hardlop, 50 HP OB winch, trailer,  gd lish boal, $3000 886-7914  #23  Cal25. lully equipped, moorage  included, $11,500. 886-8706.  #24s  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Banian  Moore &  Paints  Marine  Finishes  Commercial  Pricing  y  ���'#  E *  Bill Wood  SECHELT  bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  A!  RETIREMENT/STARTER  1 bedroom spacious 14x60' 1982  Glen River, gyproc walls, large  living area, propane heal,  skirled, deck, end. porch, 2  slor. bldgs., #45 SC Trailer Park.  $22,900,886-7984, #23  Mobile Home  =SALES^  We now have our  NEW DISPLAY HOME  Open for Viewing  We will  MATCH or BETTER  Any Price in B.C.  We have spaces   Available   Chapman Creek Homes  DL7283       L,d       885.5965  Ground Level  RETAIL/OFFICE  LEASE SPACE  Attractive location, newly  renovated covered store  front, opening out onto  prime   location   17   space  customer parking lot,  LOCATION:  Downtown Sechelt  Available  SEPT. 1, 1988  As small as 240 sq. II.  Up to 1,600 sq. f t.  GOING FAST!  Call Katrina      885-7669  NEW HOMES  Irom $19,900  FOB including rugs, drapes, appliances As low as $2000 down  OAC. Call collect 580-4321.  TFN  Roberls   Creek   Hall   avail.,  dances,   parlies,   weddings,  equipmenl renlal. Yvonne,  885-4610. 7-9 pm, TFN  Warehouse/workshop approx  1020 sq. II.. high ceiling, 14'  overhead door. $365/mo.  885-3165 or 886-8226.        #21  3 bdrm, home, 4923 Greer Rd.,  Davis Bay, Avail. July 1.  $475/mo. For appl. call  204-489-8634. #22  All Sires  Mini Storage  886-8628  #23  Prime Ollice Space  In Ihe Lower Village, approx. 200  sq. It., hydro & renl. $225/mo.  Call 886-9213 or 886-8354.  #23  House in Rbls, Ck cenler, avail.  June, phone 885-3469.       #21  Wanled ASAP ��� Brighl mature  lady lo work for logging company  - Porl Mellon. BC. Wednesday  lo Salurday -10 hour day. Musl  have organizational skills and be  capable lo work under pressure.  Sunny disposition would be an  assel. Record keeping - payroll  -computor skills a must. All  replies confidential to: Kajohl  Managemeni Ltd.. 1826 Oak Bay  Avenue, Victoria, B.C. V8R IB9.         #22  Willing worker lor yard work lor  summer season. 886-2104.  #22  In home babysitter required immediately lor 8 mo. old twins  -approx. 2-4 mos. 886-2106. #22  Waitresses wanled. apply in person lo Willie's Restaurant.    #22  Full-time babysitter, experienced,  lor 3 kids, ages 3'/!, 2 and II  months. 885-4141, ask lor Rose.  TFN  Automobile sales represenlalive  needed, experienced prelerred.  Allernoon shill and alternate  weekends. Commissioned. Phone  J.D. 885-7575. #21  Lord Jim's would like lo hire you  as a morning or evening  waiter/waitress or bus person.  Call Tracy at 885-7038.       #21  Mother's helper required for 2  children, aged 4 & 7.4 days per  week, light housekeeping,  885-2188. #22  Now hiring for summer, kitchen  stall,   experienced   bartenders,  waiters, wailresses. Apply in person,   Garden   Bay   Hotel. '  883-2674.883-9919. #21  Pari lime teller required at Bank j  ol Montreal,   Pender Harbour,  banking  experience  prelerred.  883-2718, #21  Local reslauranl requires food  server,   lasl.   eflective. well  groomed and polite. P.O. Box  1045, Gibsons, B.C. #21  II you have sold books, brushes,  vacuums or are just a good  salesman. 885-2200. #21  Relail Sales Person wanled lor  part-time or lull-lime employment. Retail sales and hardware  experience prelerred. Submil  handwritten resume lo Box 1070,  Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO.       #21  Needed: doormen lor Elphie's  Cabaret. Conlacl Scotl  886-3336. #22  Part time handyman required.  Apply in person Kern's Home  Furnishings. #21  Part lime babysitter lor 1 year old  lo come inlo my home. Own  transportation. 2 to 3 days week,  must have previous exp., rets,  req. Job until end ol June.  886-3041 all. 5pm. #21  If you have sold:  ��� Books ��� Brushes  ��� Vacuums or  An Just A Good Salesman  CALL  B.E.G. ELECTRIC LTD.   885-2200  18.     ���  Work Wanted  D  ACTION DIVING SERVICES  See our display ad. page 4.  885-4140. #21  Integrity House Cleaning, call  Caiol at 886-3911. #24  Ceramics and carpet installation,  handyman service, painting. Call  Pele at 886-9295. #21  Experienced housecleaning &  yard maintenance, phone  Theresa 886-3985 or Tanla  886-7896. #23  Student seeks evening or  weekend work, gardening,  housework, helping seniors, etc.,  Gibsons area preferred.  886-7615. #23  rr,     \  ^       Child Care J  Leading aquaculture equipment  manufacturer requires working  Held crew foreman. Applicants  musl be able lo operale a small  boal. have knowledge ol B.C.  coaslal walers. be willing lo work  out ol town continually and be  mechanically inclined. Please apply in writing to Aquasleel  Systems Inc. c/o Harbour Ave..  North Vancouver, B.C. V7J 2E1.  #21  Fibreglassing and olher boal  work. Experience an assel, willingness lo learn necessary.  883-2885. #22  28.  Work Wanted  V-_ >  Experienced, educaled professional lady, flexible, organized,  hardworking, with teaching, of  lice/business/people managemeni and media production skills  seeks challenging position on  Sunshine Coast, excel, rels. Conlacl Kasandra 885-7866  885-5569  #23  a  ���   Need responsible, energetic  leenager(s) lo care lor funloving 4  year old on weekends. June  -Sept Call Jan. 886-3288.    #21  Molher ol 2 will babysit, ages 3 &  up, Mon,-Fri., my home, IV?  blocks Irom Gibsons Elementary,  rels. 886-8380. #21  Mother's helper required lor 2  children aged 4 & 7,4 days per  week, lighl housekeeping.  885-2188. #22  Landscape design & work  assistance. $7/hr. cash: crealive  carpenlry, $7/hr. 886-4584 #21  Part-time help lor gill shop.  Garden Bay Hotel, call 885-7606,  #21  Retail food store requires part-  time sales help, some evenings  and weekends, sales experience  and common sense an assel.  885-7836. #22  Sales lady required, neal appearance, lo sell lo relail gift  slore. depl. stores, etc., commission sales, excellent income. Enquire al 885-7736, 885-4757  Allan. #21  Wanled, part time help for Gibsons showroom. Drafting experience, flexibility are assets.  Reply wilh resume lo Box 283,  c/o Coast News, Box 460. Gibsons. B.C. #22  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear in the more than 75 Newspapers of the B.C. and Yukon Community  Newspapers Association and reach more than 1,000,000 homes' and a potential two million readers.  $159. for 25 words  ($3. per each additional word) Call the COAST NEWS at 885-3930 to place one.  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal.   Insured,  Guaranleed  Work. Free estimates 885-2109.  TFN  Exp. Iraming crew available, air  equip. 886-7830. TFN  Drywall    crew   available.  reasonable rates. 886-7223.  TFN  HOUSE PAINTING  Interior - Exterior  Call Sam Dill, 886-7619.      #21  3��*    Business  Opportunities J  WE REPAIR  all  makes  ol  TV's,   stereos,  VCR's,   music   amplifiers   &  satellite systems.  Sunshine Coasl TV Ltd.  885-9816  #21  31.  Legal  Rubbish Removal  Spring yard cleanup, hauling  moving, light & heavy, very  reasonable. Rob 885-5516.   #21  WIFE SAYS GET A JOB  Man will build or repair decks,  fencing, sheds, roofs, painting &  demoss. HELP! Greg 883-2127.  #21  Drywall - taping, texturing,  repairs, suspended ceilings, free  estimates. 886-7484. #21  Experienced cleaners, house &  garden, excellent relerences.  886-8389. #21  AUTOMOTIVE  All makes truck auto. Lease  before you buy give leasing  a try. Info call Bob Langstall, Norm Dledrlch 327-  0431. Out of town call col-  lect. D-5662.   Buy/Lease any gas, diesel  car or Iruck, new or used.  Direct from volume factory  dealer. Call for pre-approved  credit. Call collect 464-0271  D5231.  $1 Down leases a new car or  truck. Seven Year warranty  Payments from $139lmo.  O.A.C. Call lease manager  al (604)465-8931. DL55jj4��_  1987 Ford F-800 18'" Reefer  Priced to Sell. Call Norm  Dledrlch, Bob Langstall  5200 MLS. Out of town cali  colect 327-0431. DH5662.  Carter Honda Shop Vancouver. Large motorcycle  parts and accessories Inventory. Competitive prices.  Prepaid freight on large  orders. Toll-free 1-800-663-  7468 or local calls 736-4547.  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES   Distributors wanted  throughout B.C. for easy to  sell multi-purpose, self-  defence device. Legal everywhere. No shocks or spray.  Phone (604)939-7043.  Pipers Glen Resort Hwy. 16  on Fraser Lake. 4 bdrm  home, 8 cabins, 70 sites,  showers, hook-ups, boats,  23 commercial acres. Trades  welcome $139,000.   (604)  690-7565. _  Excellent business opportunity Investment under  $4,000. covered by stock. 42  plus % return. 21 year old  earned $157,000. in the last  eight months. Information  763-9398.  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  EDUCATIONAL  Cash In - Cash Out. Coke,  Pepsi, Libby's. Heinz -  World Famous Drinks you  will refill in your new, unique, cold pop/juice vendors  with separate price settings.  Minimum investment of  $11,980 secured as we supply freight, equipment installed in locations, product  tills, supplies, elc. Own your  cash business, your choice,  pari or full-lime. Call/write  (24 hours) for brochure. Solar Business Centres, 100  East Drive, Suite 200, Bramalea, Onlario, L6T 1B3, Mr,  Halbot 1-(416)-761-5705.  Cash In On Tax Reform!  Enquire about exclusive  franchise opportunities, with  the largest Canadian tax  company, U &. R Tax Services, #3 - 942 Hillside,  Victoria, B.C. V8T 2A1.  (604)381-5646.   Become independent, go Into business for yourself, become a dealer lor Llndal  Cedar Homes and earn generous profits. For full particulars call/write Mr. R.  Spacey, Manufacturer's  Representative tor Lindal  Cedar Homes, 301-2245  West Broadwav, Vancouver,  B.C. V6K 2E4. (604)731-  6078.  Diploma correspondence.  Free calendar. High School  upgrading, accounting, management, administration,  secretarial, compulers. Established 1964. National College, 444 Robson, Vancouver, 688-4913 toll free 1-800-  387-1281. 24 hours.   Graduates Irom Vancouver  Community College's Lan-  gara Photography Program  get   |obs   in   a   variety   ol  photographic  specialties.  Apply now lor this two-year  diploma program. 324-5304.  EQUIPMENT &  MACHINERY   1977 966C wheel loader c/w  spare tire, 25" Weldco  grapple chains. 1972 Clark  skldder line machine c/w  spare tire, chains. Canlm  Industry Flail Dellmber.  395-3488.  FOR SALE MISC.  FOR SALE MISC.  EDUCATIONAL  Recreation Facilities Management. Vancouver Community College offers a two-  year diploma program to become a manager ot recreation facilities. Enrol now for  September...contact the  Counselling Department -  Langara Campus, 100 West  49th Avenue, Vancouver,  B.C. V5Y 2Z6. 324-5221  "Success". Three Proven  Steps...A Must For Every  Serious Sales and Business  Person alike....A new concept that will inspire and  motivate you....But most  important it will keep you  on track, your most Important task. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Money back Guarantee. Don't miss this exciting offer. $6.95 includes  shipping & handling. Allow  4 to 6 weeks tor delivery.  Send cheque or money  order to: New Horizon  Enterprlzes, P.O. Box 651  Surrey, B.C. V3T 4WB.  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.  "Control Pest Problems"  Safe, effective, economical  for home business or recreation. The 'Transonlc-V  really works! Emits ultrasonic sounds that pests  can't stand! Indoors and  Outdoors. Government Approved. Sale for people and  pets. One Year Warranty.  45 day money-back guarantee! Order Today only  $99.00 Includes tax, shipping, Insurance. Vincent  International, Box 173. New  Denver, B.C., VOG 1S0,  1-358-7147.  Allallas, Clovers, and  Grasses, Field Peas, Canola  Seed, Combine your orders  wilh your neighbours. Discounts available. Phone toll  free 1-800-661-1529, Han-  na's Seeds Ltd., Lacombe.  Alta. TOC 1S0.  HELP WANTED  Overseas Positions. Hundreds of top paying positions.  Attractive benefits. All occupations. Free details.  Overseas Employment Services, Dept. CA, Box 460,  Mount Royal, Quebec. H3P  3C7.  Housewives, Mothers &  Interested persons needed  immediately to sell toys and  gifts for National Home  Party Plan. No Investment,  deliveries or money collec-  tlon. Call (519)258-7905.  PETS > LIVESTOCK  Dispersal Sale. 60 Cows, 20  replacement Heifers, 2 Herd  Sires. Canyon Valley Ranch  992-2294 Quesnel.  Have mower - will travel. Lawn  cut and trimmings removed, very  reasonable. 886-3982.        #21  Very versatile journeyman  carpenter. Prefers finishing but  will handle all jobs, seeks work  on Sunshine Coast. Call Dave at  931-5961. #21  TREE TOPPING  Danger tree removal, limbing &  falling, free est., fully insured  Jeff Collins 886-8225. #23  BURRARD TREE  Tree lopping, land clearing, landscaping, Iree est., 8 yrs.. exp.,  10% seniors discount.  886-3007. #23  ECONO HOE  Custom Backhoe Service  Langdale lo Davis Bay  Available Sundays 886-8290  #23  REAL E8TATE  QARDENINQ  Greenhouse and Hydroponlc  Equipment and Supplies -  The most complete selection  in Canada. Low prices, plus  we are a Gold Card retailer  Send $2. for catalogue and  free magazine to Weslern  Water Farms, 1244 Seymour  Street, Vancouver, B.C V6B  3N9. 1-604-682-6636.  HELP WANTED  Immediate Openings For  Experienced Bakers In our  wholesale bakery located In  Abbotsford. Salary determined by previous experience. 12 - 31580 South  Fraser Way, Clearbrook,  B.C. V2T 4C6. 852-2005.  Deeded Lakefront Property,  Kamloops Lake, $28,000.  Also one 3.2 acres, Kamloops B.C. $19,500. or trade  for 4WD backhoe loader  valued $19,500. (604)525-  7419 between 11 p.m. - 8  a.m.  8ERVICE8  "ICBC Otfered me $3,500.  Carey Linde got me  $194,000", G.N. - Abbotsford. Vancouver lawyer Carey Linde (since 1972) has  Free Information. Phone 1-  684-7798. Second Opinions  Gladly Given.    ICBC Injury Claims? Call  Dale Carr-Harrls - 20 years a  trial lawyer with five years  medical school before law. 0-  669-4922 (Vancouver). Experienced in head injury and  other major claims. Percent-  age fees available.  Notice to Creditors  In   Ihe   Estate   ol   Clarice  Clarkson. deceased, late of  Gibsons. B.C. who died April  17. 1988.  Take nolice lhat all persons  having claims upon the estale  ol Ihe above named musl die  wilh Ihe undersigned Executor  by Ihe 25lh day ol May. 1988  a lull statement ol Iheir claims  and ol securities held by Ihem.  Viclor L. Anderson, Executor  McCullough Rd., R.R. 1  Sechell. B.C VON 3A0  #21  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Nolice is hereby given lhal  creditors and others having  claims againsl Ihe Estale of  Mary Mona Smilh, lale ol Gibsons, B.C. deceased, who  died on December 18. 1987.  are hereby required lo send  them to the undersigned execulrix al c/o Russell F. Crum  Law Ollice. 215 Cedar Plaza,  P.O. Box 649, Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO belore Ihe 14th day  ol June. 1988 alter which dale  Ihe execulrix will distribute the  said Estale among the parties  enlilled thereto, having regard  only lo the claims ol which il  has nolice.  Execulrix ��� Eva Whittles  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Nolice is hereby given lhat  Credilors and olhers having  claims againsl Ihe Estate ol  Elizabeth Margaret Amelia  MacFaddin. deceased, who  died on July 17, 1987, are  hereby reguired lo send Ihem  lo the undersigned execulors  al c/o Russell F. Crum Law Ollice. 215 Cedar Plaza, P.O.  Box 649, Gibsons, B.C. VON  IVO belore Ihe 14lh day ol  June, 1988 aller which dale  the execulors will dislribule  Ihe said Estate among Ihe parlies enlilled thereto, having  regard only lo ihe claims ol  which il has nolice.  Execulors ��� Ernest James  Fallis and Robert Dennis  Nygren  Russell F. Crum Law Ollice  NOTICE OF INTENT  RE: LIQUOR CONTROL AND LICENSING ACT  APPLICATION FOR 'F' (MARINE PUBLIC HOUSE)  LICENCE  It Is Ihe Intention ol the undersigned to apply, pursuant lo Ihe provisions of the Liquor Control and Licensing Acl. to the General Manager,  Liquor Control and Licensing Branch. Victoria. B.C lor a Marine Public  House licence lo operate a licensed establishment on Ihe premises  silualed at:  Lot A. D.L. 1543. Plan 4170 and Lots 33 &34. D.L. 1543. Man 13477  Irvine's Landing Road, R.R. No. 1. Garden Bay. B.C. VON ISO, Irvlnes  Landing Marina Ltd.  The above lype ol licence permils Ihe sale ol all types ol alcoholic  beverages by Ihe glass on Ihe premises lor 14 continuous hours, between 9:00 am ano 12:00 midnight. Monday Ihrough Salurday. Hours  may be extended until 1:00 am bul only on Friday and Saturday. Sunday hours are also permitted between 11:00 am and 12:00 midnight  This lype ol licence also permils Ihe sale ol beer, elder and coolers by  the bottle tor consumption oil Ihe premises.  An Independenl survey ol the residents located within a six block aiea  or 'Ii mile radius ol Ihe siie is lo be conducted by: Pannall Kerr Forsler  Suite 2000. Box 12517.1066 W, Hastings Street. Vancouver British  Columbia, V6E 3X1.  Residents ol Ihe area should ensure lhal Ihey cast theii voles on this  survey. Any additional expression ol opinion on Ihe proposal may be  written lo: General Manager, Liquor Conlrol and Licensing Branch  Parliament Buildings. Victoria, British Columbia, V8V 1X4.  Written opinions musl be received by June 15,1988 lo be considered. Sechelt self-government  Coast News, May 23,1988  19.  Last independence hurdle  to be cleared by June 15  by Penny Fuller  A new amendment to the  Land Titles Act which was introduced in the provincial  legislature lasl week, is one of  the last measures needed to effectively confirm self-  government on Ihe Sechelt Indian people. Land which was  ' turned over to the Sechelt Band  by the federal government  under fee simple title will, once  the amendment is passed,  qualify for registration under  the provincial system.  Chief Tom  Paul explained  the implication of ihe amendment last week, "Now we'll be  able to register our lands, able  to go into developments like  strata-title or business  ventures."  Paul said thai there was no  opposition to the motion, and  he expects il lo be finally  adopted by June 15,  Meanwhile, olher major  moves are taking place. In July,  occupiers of leases on Band  Lands will receive their lax  notices and for the first lime,  the Band will be collecting Ihe  money.  ATTENTION  Land Owners and Loggers  Please  call for a  price list.  LOC BUYING STATION  JACKSON BROTHERS LOGGING co. ltd.  R.RJ1 Gray Creek Tuwanek  8852228 8853287 I  m *niii ���  31.  Legal  J  31.  Legal  NOTICE TO CREDITORS ANO OTHERS  George Lockett, Deceased  NOTICE is hereby given that creditors and olhers having claims  against the estale ol George Locketl, deceased, late ol HR 1.  Cemelery Road, Site 10. Comp 1, in Ihe Town ol Gibsons, in Ihe  Province ol British Columbia, are hereby required lo send Ihem  duly verilied to Ihe undersigned execulrix al 303-190 Alexander  Slreel, Vancouver. British Columbia. V6A 1B5, on or belore Ihe  15th day ol October 1983. aller which Ihe assels ol Ihe said  estale will be distributed, having regard only to claims lhal have  been received.  Mrs Marilyn Lawrence  c/o Glenn F. Hara. Esq  Thmas H. Hara & Company  303-190 Alexander Street  Vancouver. B.C. V6A 1B5  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION OF CROWN LAND  In Land Recording Dislricl ol New Westminster and situaled al  Sechell, B.C.  Take nolice lhal The District ol Sechell ol Sechelt. B.C.. occupation Municipality inlends to apply lor a lease ol Ihe lollowing  described lands:  Lol 7 and 8, D.L. 1635, Group I, Plan 3821  Commencing al a posl planted S.W corner ol Lol 7, & N.W. corner ol Lol 8 al Emerson Road and containing 4.8 ha more or less.  The purpose lor which Ihe disposition is required is Gravel Extraction.  WS8R38&, mm \*  Comments concerning Ihis applicalion may be made lo Ihe ollice  ol Ihe Senior Land Ollicer, 210-4240 Manor Slreel, Burnaby.  B.C., V5G 1B2.  April 6  1988 Dls,,icl ol Seche"  File No   2403842 D Fraser (Superlnlendent)  GET  RIGHT  TO THE  POINTl  with  Coast News  Classifieds  885-3930  In order that those who are  non-Indians living on Band  Lands are represented, and have  a voice regarding services in  their areas, an advisory council  is being established. Five names  have already been submitted to  Victoria for iheir approval.  Once approved, the five  members will appoint a Chairman, and will hold office until  1990, at which time elections  will be held for the next three  year term of office.  Essentially, the council will  be  responsible   for  planning,  evaluating and recommending  ihe servicing program for the  Sechelt Indian Government  District. It will receive petitions  from residents in any one of five  areas regarding services that are  being requested. Each petition  must be signed by at least ten  residents of that area.  Chief Paul said that decisions  regarding the Band council's  representation on other government bodies, such as the School  Board, will be made this fall, as  Ihe final details of self-  government fall into place.  Diving Services  ��� Fish Farm Oriented  Scuba Courses  ��� Inspections  ��� U/W Repair  ��� Mori Dives  ��� Searches and Light Salvage  Phone 885-4140 / 885-2999  Conlacl Brad Weldon     Stephen Acciaroli  In Garden Bay  SCRD won't intervene  in development issue  The Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD) will not intervene in a development controversy in Garden Bay.  The Garden Bay Waterworks  District is worried that a proposed subdivision which will accommodate ihree large law offices is being built too close to a  community well. The Waterworks District had appealed to  Ihe Chief Public Health Inspector to suppress further development, bul was told that the  Health Ministry could not legally enforce higher standards on  development within the watershed simply because it is used  for a community water supply.  So the Waterworks District  sent a letter lo the SCRD asking  the Regional District to enforce  'Ihe most stringent requirements' on the new  development.  Bul, while acknowledging  lhat ihe situation was potentially inflammalory, SCRD direc  tor Jim Gurney stated, "it's up  lo the approving officer and the  Medical Health Officer to determine setbacks from a water  system. We have no authority to  prohibit what's happening."  The well is monitored by the  Coast Garibaldi Health Unit,  and the construction is  regulated by a Regional District  zoning bylaw, which stipulates  ihe minimum distance a  building must be set back from  a walershed. According to the  SCRD planning department,  the subdivision is in compliance  with the bylaw.  Feeling its hands were tied,  the Board moved lo draft a letter to the Garden Bay Waterworks District stating in  Gurney's words, that "we have  little authority to address their  concerns, but we will keep them  in mind when we issue building  permits, and try to encourage  people to protect the water supply."  Dnmtt} I J A is now included in  $500 Cash Back  (No Charge Automatic)  r-SAMPLE SAVING  1988 Barelta 8C06  Custom cloth interior, power trunk release, front & rear floor  mats, pulse wipers, electric rear window defrost, dual sports mirrors, designer accenl painl. two litre luel injecled engine. 5 spd  manual transmission, till wheel sleering. custom aluminum  wheels, auxilliary lighting, heavy duty battery. AM/FM stereo  radio.  Lease sterling from  $OeCC66  pel month  O.A.C  (includes rebates)  Sunshine ���  885-5131  WHARF RD.. SECHE1T  Forestry closure  Continued from page I  direct financial loss to the community alone could reach $1.2  million, based on estimates of  $35,000 to $40,000 per  employee, and $5,000 for each  of Ihe roughly 35 students who  will leave the school system.  In addition, Ihe loss of local  support staff will affect Ihe  aquaculture industry, and  recreation use will be restricted,  since the Sechelt forest district  office has herelofore overseen  the use of provincially owned  facilities such as parks and ski  trails.  During the course of the advisory committee meeling, reac-  tion from Commission  members closely suggested the  various stages of the grieving  process; and it was Economic  Developmeni Officer Bill  Moore's suggestion that council  "ask for miligation to help  compensate for the loss" lhal  became the segue between self-  pily and outright defiance.  "I wouldn'l bargain at this  slage," said Egan. "We should  jusi refuse to accepl il."  Il was quickly decided that a  networking system be organized  to flood ihe Forests and Lands  Ministry with letters from  various groups, including in-  dusiry representatives, both  municipal councils, and the  Sunshine Coasl Regional  Dislrict (SCRD).  "The more pieces of paper  yoti have, the grealer the  political impact," said  Bakewell.  "A lot of separate telegrams  coming into Ihe Premier's office  al once," said Rubin. "Thai's  what saved South Moresby."  A letter lo Parker drafted  Thursday  by  an   FAC   sub  committee and signed by Connor called Ihe decision "unacceptable' and "incomprehensible", and demanded an im-  mediale meeling belween  Parker and Connor on the Sunshine Coast.  Custance admits it's unlikely  Ihe decision will be reversed; bul  as long as ihe FAC continues to  campaign wilh a zeal and  solidarity rarely seen among  Sunshine Coast juntos, there  may still be al leasl a shaft of  light under Ihe door. Said Egan,  in words reminiscenl of Ihe  great Yogi Berra, "It's nol done  until it's done. And it's not  done yet."  Continuing Education  School District 46  Have you  a special skill or  interest you want to share???  We are looking for instructors for our Fall '88  Program in YOUR field of expertise and particularly for the following courses: a  ���Fly Tying* _*&/_&  'Square Dancing"  'Career Planning*  'Defensive Driving*  * Time Management*  '   CONTINUING  EDUCATION  School District 46  SAVE YOUR  PETALS for the  POTPOURRI  COURSE  |t ^ this lull!!!  Cull Randlc  N��ff-����24  for information  warn  __mmm : 20.  Coast News, May 23,1988  brings y |!mi nf  supe  rb Q  uality  &*.  STAIN  STOPPER CARPETS  5e^^  Ask to see the jctunl terms of our  5 YEAR STAIN RESISTANT WARRANTY  sflfl  CAR CARPET  6 ft. wide    $793  running it.  GRASS TURF  Slate, rust, green  ��feto*��  9��.W��  */R\S  \QVJi  Ot  COSS  t^  J^^^r selection oicD  0t Woven  Woods  Lnw.'����- - vertical*  , Mini BUndBjIff^^  ' offer a full |ine of  CUSTOM DRAPERIES  and DRAPERY HARDWARE


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