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 Sun.shine and smiles at Cavalcade 1990  LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 90.8  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  Gracing tht Sea Cavalcade Opening CeremoniM stage were the Mita Gibsons contestants Inclutalng  (from left) 1st Princess Taunla McQueen, Queen Jennifer Slnclalre, and 2nd Princess and Miss  Congeniality, Carol Evans. With the official programme over, the large crowd wis treated to the  suspense and excitement of the annual Boat Blow-Up, then It was on with musical enterulnment,  and all the goodies of ��� summer fair!  ���Rom Nkholion ft Ml Ctrwnltr photot  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast       25'per copy on news stands       July 30,1990        Volume 49        Issue 31  Major shopping  centre for Qlbsons  A new shopping centre for  Gibsons .and Sechelt was announced July 28 by JA (Sandy)  Reid, prwident of the Reid  Group of Companies, who announced that they will be proceeding immediately with the  develctpment of a shopping centre with over 90,000 square feet  of space in wMch Woolworths  will be taking 20,000 square feet  of spttce. The name of the  smxrmarket will be announced  very soon.  The name of the shopping  oentte is Gibsons Towne Centre  and is locate on Highway 101,  immediately opposite Pratt  Road. With the new highway  bypass being plaiuwd for this  location, the site will oaupy the  highest profde in the entire  community and will serve the  praple of Gibsons and Sechelt  with thesir finest shopping complex.  Construction will start this  fall and the Towne Centre will  be completed and open for  business by spring 1991 in time  to meet the demands of the 1991  sumnwr season. Many local  tenants have already indicated  their interest by contacting the  Reid Group.  The Reid Group of Com-  panies have develop^ over 40  shopping centres in Canada and  the United States and are probably best known for their  development of Denman Place  in Vancouver's West End and  for the Richmond Square Shopping Centre in Richmond,  among others. Gibsons Towne  Centre will be their ninth centre  development since 1985.  The Towne Centre project  represents an investment in the  Gibsons community of over  $10,000,000 and will provide  direct or indirect employment  for about 200 people. A start is  scheduled for this summer with  the oepening ptatuwd for M,arch  1991.  The real estate acquisition  was handletd by Mrs., Sue  Roberts of Gibsons Realty,; who  stated that this significant  development reflects the growing importance of Gibsons ir.  the affairs of Sechelt and  Greater Vancouver.  The Reid Group recently announced their intention to build  the destination resort at Gibsons  Landing for which they recently  received a development permit  approval from Gibsons Council. The Gibsons Landing  development is an exciting and  meaningful projejct for the Gibsons community in that it will  provide a destination resort with  convention fatalities not now  available in the community and  will tie in with the original  theme of the marina complex at  that location of Gower Point  Road and the marina.  Gibsons to return to EDC?  by Jeff Carpenter  Most of the time at the July  24 meeting of Gibsons Council  was spent in a study session  debating points on the Economic Development Bylaw  which was gone over article by  article.  The Town of Gibsons is considering rejoining the Sunshine  Coast .Economic Development  Commission which it withdrew  from in 1986 because Gibsons  members believed they were being trample*d on by the regional  board.  The council nt*d<xl to get the  member's opinions on and suggestions for the bylaw before an  Aug. 2 meeting at the Regional  District .Boardroom of the four  local governments where the  bylaw will be discussed again.  Joining the Sunshine Coast  .Economic Commission would  cost the Town of Gibsons  $48,000 annually.  Gibsons council had several  serious contentions with the certain articles in the bylaw. Of  chief concern was the premise  that within the commission non-  elected members would enjoy  voting rights without the check  of public responsibility.  Council agreed after some debate that Gibsons should take  the proposal to the Aug. 2  meeting that only the four  elected representatives of the  four local governments included  in the commission should retain  voting power with the remaining members serving advisory  posts.  There w,as some concern that  the advisory members would be  little more than lobbyists and  would be unwilling to join with  that limited power, but it was  argued that they would be a  strong and important voice who  could influence the voting  members.  "It would be almost impossible to get well-qualified .people  to sit on the commission  without a vote," said Dixon.  It was argued that professionals who were experts in their  field would be far more aware  and competent to make decisions than elected politicians  who would be casting the actual  votes.  Another issue brought up was  the requirement of unanimous  consent to leave the commission  once the municipality was committed.  Council decided to ask for a  time-delayed opt-out clause  whereby a specified amount of  time must pass from announcement to withdrawal to ensure  the financial safety to projects.  If the proposals for the article  changes are not accepted by the  other governments involved in  the economic development  commission, council will discuss  the matter again and perhaps reevaluate its position before  making a decision to join or  refuse to join the commission.  Effluent for  Sechelt course?  The SCRD wants Sechelt  District to consider using  sewage effluent to keep its new  golf course green.  Director Jim Gurney brought  the motion to the SCRD board  at Thursday's meeting in  response to Sechelt District's request to provide bulk water  rates for use on its new 18-hole  golf course.  Since the .district has a limitesd  amount of potable water,  Gurney drafted a motion asking  that Sechelt "give preferred  consideration to any proposal  which would use sewage effluent or as little water over as  short a period of time as .possible."  Gurney also said that no exact water requirements for the  golf course had yet been made,  with estimates ranging from  100,000 to 500,000 gallons per  day. "That wide a difference  has major implications on our  system," he said.  The SCRD's Sechelt  representative Bob Wilson said  they were still waiting for  studies from Dayton and  Knight, the engineering firm  looking into the irrigation needs  for the golf course.  Please tan to page 19  An artist sketch of the planned Gibsons Towne Centre.  Report finds Areas  E and F ground stable  by Caryl Worden  A geotechnical survey raport  on .-\reas E and F show that  while the region has some  hazard zones, with awareness of  the limitations and some proper  precautions there should be no  serious concern for future  development.  The SCRD commissioned  Thurber Engineering to conduct  the survey, and heard the results  in a presentation given at the  July 26 board meeting by  engineer Bob Gerath. The  study's purpose was to chart all  potential hazard areas in consideration of future development in the areas.  "Our findings resulted in the  slightly redured size of some  development permit plans and  marginally increased the size of  others, but essentially the boundaries are similar to what exists  in current official community  plans." Gerath said.  The area of highest risk are  found along sirep creek banks  where slippage could occur, and  in ocean and creek front sections  where flooding may be of concern.  Gerath commented on the  grade of slope of some of the  creek ravines in the area, saying  that they were some of the most  extreme he'd seen anywhere in  the province.  "I'm amazed at the degree of  slope," he said. "The natural  angle of repose of loose boulders and rock fall is about 34  degrees. That means if you tip  that pile of boulders up, some  tire going to start rolling. But  thetse slops are 38 to 43  degrees."  He attribute their relative  stability to cementation, "where  some of the underlying gravel is  so dense you'd almost have to  blast them to get them to come  down," as well as the subsoil  mesh formed by the roots of the  tree cover.  Gerath said that one of the  most serious areas of concern is  the north side of the highway in  the Elphinstone area, where  some of the gully systems have  been made unstable by fill being  dumped on the slopes.  "Those upstream areas are  the ones that require attention if  the area downstream is going to  be protected," he said. The ad  vent of development and resulting discharges into the creeks in  the upstream sections would  add stress all the way down the  gully corridors, he explained.  Gerath said that geotechnical  engineering is sometimes considered a "black art or science",  with a lot of uncertainties and  variables that can only be judged through experience and  observation. Thurber Engineering are experts in landslide  hazards for residential and commercial development.  Herbicide foe*  wine eupport  from Termlnel  Terminal Forest Products agreed to drop its controversy  Melndale spraying plana ��� If (hey can win the agreement of  the BC Forest Service, rompany Forester John QaA told a  group of local resitlents Saturday.  The verb.il commitnunt was made in response to pointed  questioning by NDP candidate Howard White following an  outdoor meeting with 100 local residents Saturday morning.  Kleindale property owner .Grace Paacr, who organiied the  meeting, was optomistk about the surprize outcome. White  urged spraying opponents to make thdr feelings known to  Harry Barrett at the BC Forest Service of flee in PoweB RWer.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  mmmmmmmm  rnmaa  amam  mmtmmMmt  mgm  mMmtmtkmt, Coast News, July 30,1990  I  Gibsons grows  We cany netws this week of the coming of a major iww  commercial deervelopmemt on the edge of Gibsons. If any  further evideOKe was needed of the rapid growth that has  beren underway for some time now, tliis iwws (xrtainly  provides that evidence.  Otkc again, however, the question of the town boundaries is inevitably going to come up. It simply doesn't  make sense and isn't economic justitx for the regional  board, supposedly in place to provide rural services to be  creaming all the commercial taxes when the municipality  of which this development is by name a .part is chronically  short of motKy.  Unfortunately the years go by and no one appears in our  political life who seems to be able or willing to provide the  leadership that we will tresd if ttte chronic ill will .between  iKighbours is to cease.  The diffwenw in taxation levels is diminishing yearly  between the lavish-spending regional board and the  straitmed economy of the Town of Gibsons. It makes  sense to restructure into a district municipality either on  the Seechelt model or, if there is enough vision and that is  doubtful, into one single government for the whole of the  Southern Sunshine Coast.  If we can gn a civilized interest fiom the electorate,  perhaps our politicians will get their heads out of the sand  sufficiently to do more than (ding to their comfortable  status quo.  Ferry crisis  There is a letter from Frank Roosen on the subject of  our ferry servit* and we also received a press release from  the office of NDP candidate Howie White which argus  the need for more and tetter ferns reasonably and well.  We are in a crisis situation whether we are yet aware of  it or not. Last week the Coast News van rouldh't get on  the first ferry on Monday morning despite getting to the  ferry te*rminal 45 minuts before sailing time and the horror stories multiply the entire week through.  It is again typical that our regional government could  only find it in themselves to whine that Minister Johnston  didn't come to visit them during a recent whirlwind tour of  the Coast. What do they do for their generous and much  increase stipends?  5 YEARS AQO  Frank Fuller, Bob Maxwell and John Reynolds were  the candidates In a by-election to fill a seat left vacant  on Gibsons Council by the resignation of Ron Nielson.  Water levels in Gibsons reservoirs are now sufficient  to handle any major fire following reports that supplies  had sunk to alarming levels In early July when one of  the two aupply pumps broke down.  - ���   10 YEARS AQO  Environmental Minister Stephen Rogers told the  Coast News that his ministry has no plans to put a  freeze on further industrial development in Howe  Sound.  School Board chairman Don Douglas and Gibsons  Mayor Lorraine Goddard turned the sod on the site of  their new joint office building.  20 Y.EARS AQO  Qlbsons Sea Cavalcade featured dances at  Elphinstone and the Legion, the Cavalcade Queen  Pageant on the wharf, pancake suppers, a war of hoses,  demolition derby, tugboat and sidewinder events.  Local people assisted skipper Tom Doi to patch holes  in the hull of the 40 ft. Salmon Trails when it was holed  on a rock In high winds off Chaster Creek.  30 YEARS AQO  Magneto cranks will be a thing of the past on the  peninsula when the last two remaining manual  telephone exchanges, Gibsons and Sechelt, join Port  Mellon and Pender Harbour as automatic systems In  November.  Fallout shelters are an essential feature of the  nuclear age and should be incorporated in every British  Columbia home announced provincial secretary W.D.  Black.  45 YEARS AQO  Fear by the Public Utilities Commission that a later  request may be made for a subsidy Is all that stops Immediate inauguration of a car ferry to the Sechelt Peninsula, according to MLA B.C. Maclntyre.  A strong resolution, urging complete, "with no exception" compulsory military training for males aged 18 to  21 years of age will be sent to the Dominion convention  of Army, Navy and Air Force veterans in Canada, backed  by local members.  The Sunshine  eo-iif titi  r.MM..d by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  EdHoK John BunvtMi  Jcfl Carpanteir  Mgt:  Fran BeimaKJc  John Gilbert  Production Me*n Janet Stuart  Michael McAllnden  Jackie Phelan  Bonnie McHetfhy  Office Mgr:  Anne Thomien  Brian McAndrew  Dee Gram  BUI Rogers  Jeedle Myeri  Tha SUNSHINE COAST NEWS Is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast, BC every Monday by Qlaailord  Prasa Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or  8867817; Sechelt Tel. 885-3930; Pender Harbour Tel. 883-9099; Gib-  sons Fax Tel. 886-7725. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702..  The Sunshine COAST NEWS is protectsd by copyright and reproduction ol any part ol It by any means is prohibited unless permiasion in  writing is first secured Irom Glaitlord Praaa Ltd., holders of the  copyright SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: 1 y��ar 135; 6 months 1,20, Fortlgn; 1 year W0  last flight the cartoonist dreamed of a *(MWS*  TV. episode urfth Speck! Quest sWs.  If only my pais m  (^ebec could  wewinoieV...  y��.to*top*Ui��Oiebit.  Soulu/assayiA$6*#l}Jjft  '    *A       r XoJato��K ...  Talk it fa* me Nike  bttter lev* to rtukt  4  A meeting  with Mac  We carried an obituary notice  in the classified pag�� of the  Coast News for Fred Mackenzie  who passe*d away in Langley in  his 7e5th year. Fred was .better  known as Mac and he and his  wife Dot ran the Dogwood Cafe  on Marine Drive, where the  Mariners' Restaurant now is,  from 1968 to 1982. It was a Gibsons institution.  In the middle of June, Fran  and my daughter Laurie and I  were dashing up and down Vancouver Island. We were  distributing copies of Soundings  magazine and also making sure  that Laurie, holidaying with us  from Colorado, was having a  good time and we with her.  Mixing business and pleasure I  believe it is calld.  If all this wasn't enough, I  was kwping one eye on the  World Cup and trying not to  miss too many games while having fun with sea and sun.  On Saturday, June 16 a crisis  point was reached. It was one of  our scheduled no-nonsense  work days - we were just back  from Long Beach on the west  end of the island and there was  much to be done. But Scotland  was schedufed to play Sweden  that afternoon and this old tartan heart was all a-flutter.  I pe-rsuade*d my lady folk to  leave me off the fast moving  train, actually it was our trusty  van, at Qualicum Beach. They  were enroute to Campbell River  with stops in between, and they ,  were to pick me up again on  their way back down the island.  The only place one can be  sure to find a TV set is in a bar  and so it was that I dash<td at  high noon into the ebeverage  room of the George Hotel in  Qualicum Beach.  There I was, absolutely alone  in a chair on the d^ce floor of  a giant TV sawn whilst our  Scottish heroes did their stuff.  Am attractive, well-dressed,  dark-haired lady came brisldy  across the room towards the bar  far behind me. When she saw  me she did a classic double take  and said: "My God, it's you. I  must tell my father."  Perhaps seeing a somewhat  cautious reaction on my part  she introduced herself. She was  Darcia Bentley, manager of the  hptel. When I knew her a dozen  years ago she was Darcia Randall and sold advertising briefly  for the Coast News.  > Her father, of course, was  "Mac Mackenzie, once of the  .Dogwood Cafe. Darcia told me  that Mac had suffered a serious  heart attack in December in  Langley and his visit to her  hotel was Ms first outing since  that time. She said that he dearly wantesd a return visit to Gibsons but doubted if he was well  enough.  Would I stay there till he got  down to see me? Of course I  would. But for the monthly tab  that Mac and Dot let us run at  the Dogwood Cafe in 1977 I  doubt that the staff of the Coast  Netws would have physically  survivetd that first year.  Mac came down, walking  with difficulty and a walk<er. He  was very frail. A chair was pull-  e*d up Ixside mine and I supplied him with the news of the  .people he wanteed to hear about  in Gibsons. I told him that the  old 'Tea and Coffee - Serve  Yerself sign that hung above  the Dogwood cash register had  been found by Ian Corrance  behind the Sup<cr Valu store at  the top of the hill, rescued, and  now hung in a place of honour  above the Coast News coffee  machine.  We chuckled and teased each  other as though it had b<een 10  minute's sitKe we last met instead of ten years. He was as  pleased as I was when Srotland  won the game.  It was a short visit. Mac had  to go and lie down after half an  hour or so and he was dead  eight days later. I like to think,  though, that through me Mac  managed to get that last visit to  Gibsons that he so much  wanted to make. May he rest in  peace,  After Great Pain  a Formal Feeling Comet  j\ fter great pain a formal feeling comes���  jCM. The nerves sit ceremonious like tombs;  The stiff heart questions���was ft He that bore?  And yesterday���or centuries before?  The feet mechanical go round  A wooden way,  Of ground or air of Ought,  Regardless grown;  A quartz contentment like a stone.  V  This Is the hour of lead  Remembered If outlived  As freezing persons recollect  The snow-  First chill, then stupor, then  The letting go.  P  ^  Emily Dickinson  In a Nutshell  Early morning surprises  by S. Nutter  When 1 sat down to the old  Corona portable here the other  morning there was an odd buzz  to it. Intermittent but quite  distinctly a buzz, rather as if the  poor old thing was trying to  turn itself into an dearie.  This is a pretty fanciful notion for first thing in the morning, but there are mornings and  there are mornings depending  probably on what the old subconscious has dished up to us in  dreams. Or on what we've had  to eat, or of course drink, the  night before, or where the wind  is or the moon, or the particular  state of one's liver, a hundred  things.  Certainly there are mornings  when having one's old familiar  typewriter buzz at you can  possibly be a bit unnerving.  I must confess that I  retreated, added a bit to the tea  and went out on the porch and  gazed at Whistler mountain for  a while. Going back in it was  still buzzing and I got some  more tea and returned to the  porch.  A spirit of scientific inquiry  took over. Everything is waves  after all. We know that odd  things can happen to radio  waves in the early mornings and  evenings, calleed 'evening effect'.  The Heavyside Layer moved up  and down and so forth. Could  some wayward wave, some  rarely used frequency be activating my old Corona?  There were stories I dimly  remembered of people in  Halifax picking up German  submarine transmissions on  their refrigerators, but this I  thought had been discredited  and put down to 'submarine  fever'.  There was a hairdresser we  knew in Toronto who was congratulated by a customer for bringing music into her shop.  Margaret was puzzled and knew  nothing about it but the  customer insisted she was hearing Md Torme on the hairdryer.  There must ebe hundreds of  Ceases. Eletctro-magnetism is  everywhere, and electro-  magnetism means coils, and  with coils and all this stuff zipping through the air anything tan  happen. Maybe I was plugged  into someone's cellular  telephone, but neither the  premier or the mayor say would  likely to be up yakking away at  this hour of the early morn.  By this time though my  housemate was up and I tailed  him in to listen to my  tyrjewriter. He had not yet had  bath or breakfast and in this  state may not be lightning fast,  but he picked up the machine,  gave it a shake, held it upside  down, depressed a few keys,  and a rather dazed-looking  wasp crawle��d out.  Something of a come-down  you might say. Here was this  wasp which with some difficulty  we got on a piece of paper and  simply transferred to the great  outdoors, but during this procedure there was a half thought  that maybe there was something  symbolic or whatever going on  here.  I had had the unpopular, to  me, term WASP on my mind.  This is not much on my mind  much of the time, but I had  ebeen reading Robertson Daviees'  I98S re-issue of his Marchbanks  books, called 'The Papers of  Samuel Marchbanks', and in  the introduction to the new collation he has Marchbanks, ie  of course himself, allow that  nowadays he accepts being a  WASP.  He had objected to WASP  because, outside of it always being used in a derogatory way, he  himself said he was a Celt and  nothing of Anglos and Saxons.  He had stopped making this objection when he realized that if  it stuck he could be called a  WC. WC for his generation  meant water closet, and water  closet meant toilet.  I also have had this niggle,  my father's people being surely  Jute and my mother a Celt from  Cornwall, but what I had been  rather dreamily womtering was  where this North American  term had been made up? (I  decided that a first bet would be  an early issue of Village Voice).  But so first thing in the morning here is this nature's wasp in  an intimate pm of my Corona.  Could it be some kind or portent?  A wasp in the machine, and a  WASP at it?  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper Coast News, July 30,1990  Smoking by-law  Coast residents go second class  A copy of the following  was received for publication  Hon. .Rita Johnston  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, BC  With great interest I've read  your article in the local papers  about the 'improvements' promised on our ferry service;  however I am questioning which  ferry service you are mentioning.  Apparently the people on the  Sunshine Coast are left out and  as usual it is better service to  Vancouver Island.  You are mentioning that the  'old' Queen of New Westminster (God bless her) will be  serving our area, (halfway between   refitting   -with   old  enginers), before new engines are  installed, by which time she will  be ready and good enough to  make her new maiden voyage to  the promised land.  In the meantime this would  release our 'Double Ender' for  -and I quote from your release:  "Major Georgia !5trait rout��".  So that makes US, the epeople  on the Sunshine Coast, out as  minor, or second classl And  that is calted "Fwry SJervice Improvement"?  Last wesek we'd spent a good  hour and a half on the Upper  Levels Highway, before getting  to the toll booth. Once there we  saw three Ferries come and go  to Nanaimo. When our ship  was finally close to docking,  around the corner comes ferry  number four from Nanaimo,  and our ship which by this time  is ONE HOUR late, has to wait  before unloading until that  fourth load from Nanaimo is  cleared!!!  And now you promise us brt-  ter service with a one eaided  ship that has to tum around  and waste more time? We will  buy that promise if you put  both ships on, both the Queen  of New Westminster and the  Queen of Burnaby.  If Vancouver Island is good  enough for one hour sailings,  then the people on the Sunshine  Coast deserve tehe same! And  the sooner the better.  Frank Roosen Sr.  Garden Bay, B.C. VON ISO  Editor:  In response to Gibsons Council who .are considering a draft  bylaw to control smoking in  public places as well as Sunnycrest Mall.  In my opinion, this bylaw  ebordeers on the ridiculous, in  vie*w of the fart that tlrere are  four retail outlets in the mall  who ceontinued to sell smoking  sue?pli<ts despite t*ie mall's nonsmoking fx>Iicy.  It is an ad of hypocrisy to  ban a particular product and its  use while still continuing to sell  that produd.  Doug Petwson  Chamber president  praises Cavalcade  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  smtmBa=T=^���x==^^^===^a==B^=^l=  ���Retirement Planning -Life Insurance  ���Investment Planning 'Employee Benefit Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coast for over 8 Years'  LAWRENCE K. CHAMBERS  LIFE UNDERWRITER  ��� Mutual lunda licanca eeeleee eeacoe Financial Sanncfa Lid  . Liea Inamanca licanca pm Naekeeaae Ula ejj e^anada  TELEPHONE: etM-9111  fa. aae-1121  TOLL FREE:     1-��00-����3-2051  Council counsel  Editor:  My congratulations to the  Gibsons Council. Last winter  when 1 threatened to leave, a  member of council all but  guaranteed no water rationing:  right.  Mid-July - no water at all. By  God do you hate such a mind or  admire it.  For six summers now our ration has been less each year and  council spends on Mickey  Mouse walks and studies etc.,  etc. and still no solution to our  water problem.  I watched as more and more  building permits were sold.  Were any of these poor suckers  informed that our council  thinks a crematorium is okay in  the middle of a residential area  and that 10 months of water is  enough?  Now they cravenly suggest it  will be the gardener's fault if someone's home burns down. Do  I hear council bragging about  our growth?  Begone I say, the lot of you.  EdCarbert  A plea for help  Editor:  My daughter Tarra has  cerebal palsy.  Right now for Tarra that  means that she is not able to  crawl, walk or run like other  children.  Tarra has had some  physiotherapy where she made a  lot of progress. But the private  physiotherapist on the Coast is  not being funded by the medical  services plan, unlike other parts  of British Columbia who are being funded for physio services  for special circumstances.  Now Tarra and other  children are receiving no physio.  In Tarra's case she needs physio  two or three times a week.  There are more and more  children who need these services.  I have written and pleaded  my case as other mothers have  but nothing has come of it. So I  am asking everyone to please  write to: Harold Long, Powell  River, B.C. and the Ministry of  Health, Victoria, B.C.  /Ml children have the right to  be mobile and independent.  Let's make sure their rights are  not being pushed aside and  forgotten.  Debbie Simmons  Editor:  On Saturday, July 21,1990,1  attended, along with some 450  other local residents, the 'Best  Ever' Miss Gibsons Pageant.  From the comments I have  heard in the last few days it was  enjoyed by one and all.  Although it was a very hot evening, and the high school  auditorium was sweltering with  all those bodies, the Miss Gibsons Committee and contestants  remained remarkably cool  throughout the evening.  The Chamber of Commwt*  would like to congratulate Bob  Hyams and his ladies on a job  well done. As usual it is impossible in this space to thank  the many volunteers individually, but believe me it takes nrany  dedicated souls to make these  typ�� of events a success. A  special thanks to the Coast  News who allowed Sandy  Alcock and myself to rummage  through their files of the past 30  years and use that material for  .Sandy's excellent scrapbook of  pageants and queens of the  past. I would also say thanks to  the Press for their help with  promotion leading up to the  event. Both newspapers showed  a high degree of community  support.  If you have not met our new  Miss Gibsons, Jennifer  Sinclaire, Miss Sunnycrest Mall,  you are in for a delightful Surprise. Jennifer combines all  those characteristics the judges  look for into a package the en*  tire town will be proud of as our  representative. Tanya McQueen, Miss Royal Canadian  Legion and Carol Evans, .Miss  Cedars Inn, ve princesses that  will add a lot of poise and personality to the royalty. Carol  was chosen Miss Congeniality  by the other contestants, a  popular and deserving choice.  Congratulations to. the other  candidates, and especiall our  young lady, Nancy Robinson,  Miss <Chamber of Commerce.  You till put a lot of pressure  on the judges, and after getting  to know you, I can say each one  of you did us proud.  A truly outstanding group,  Roxanne Wiseonan, Jemnifer  Girard and Bonnie Stewart,  deserve our thanks not only for  the past year but for their roles  in making Saturday night a success.  In closing, let me say thank  you to Bob and Jean Hyams for  the after pageant banquet, Alex  Kempenaar and the Cellars Inn  for the use of their facilities, the  other 11 sponsors of these fine  12 young ladies, and the judges  who did a yeomans job of making some difficult decision.  Best regard to you all.  R.A. (Dick) Thomas  President  Gibsons & District  Chamber of Commerce  More letters  i  on Page 23  rmm  ���I MORE THAN CLOTHING  MORE THAN CLOTHING       tf     \��  a    ��   ,    Some Original Designs  rojo. 4m     Bifl w,nd Coming Soon  Jitoivnicuvn d\out\ti Cxttk  CJ  ESTATE SALE  U981 Cadillac Sedan DcViUel  87,000 Original Km.  Immaculate condition. Loaded. Wintered in Florida since  new. Recent brakes, muffler, tires, shocks, water pump, and  battery. Metallic brown with beige interior.  UNDERSTATED ELEGANCE  *8995<x>  885-5474 Anytime  The eCout News ipoloejizei (or any inconvenience that the wrong  phone number In last week's ad may have caused callers and our  customer. The correct phone number should have been 885-5474.  'I  aaaeaekeevat.  matam  MM  MttWMMM*M��i*tMINMIMMMM  mmmmmmmmatm*m Georcje    in    Gibsons  Hunter Gallery exhibit  M  With a flash of smoke and flit the boat erupts Into flame and its occupants leap to safety In the cold  water. This explosive scene was reshot many times by The Beachcombers' crew last Tuesday night.  The stuntmen dried off only to Jump in the water again and again. -Jett arpraitr photo  Crafts Fair weekend  With less than five months of  shopping until Christmas, get a  head start on those hard-to-find  gifts at the Sunshine Coast  Craft Fair. More than 30 artisans will set up shop in  Sechelt's Hackett Park August  4 and 5 to display their unique  handcrafted items.  Potters such as Elaine Futter-  man, Beth Feldman, Alan  Grout and Katie Janyk will offer a full range of items from  functional mugs and bowls to  innovative sculptures. Jewellery  fashioned from silver, fabric,  argillite and beads will be shown  by Diane Clarke, Rosemary  Stackhouse, Shirley Fenton and  Sylvia Joe who will also have  wilts on hand.  Handwoven goods from Lois  Kennedy, dried flower and herb  creations by Mary Rogers,  photographic pieces by Mary  Christmas and the wood sculptures of Gary Kelly all combine  to make the Craft Fair a perfect  place to find a gift for anyone  on your summer or winter gift  list. Crafts people are also coming from Vancouver and the  Gulf Islands, the Fraser Valley  and as far away as Williams  Lake to take part in this holiday  weekend event.  On-site food booths will provide refreshments from local  merchants and restaurants.  Entertainment will be presented  throughout the two days with  acoustic concerts from classical  and folk performers. A Children's Area with a clown and  face painting  The 3rd Annual Craft Fair  will be open 10 am until 4 pm  on August 4 and 5 at Hackett  Park in Sechelt. Admission is  $1 with children under 12 admitted free.  To complete this cultural  weekend, the Arts Council is  also presenting a Saturday evening concert by the duo Wind  and Wood.  The show begins at 8 pm on  August 4 at the Arts Centre in  Sechelt. Tickets are $8 and  available at all bookstores,  Seaview Market (Roberts  Creek), and Lagoon Connexions (Garden Bay).  by Gamma Coage, MM520  Tonight at 7:30 is the opening  of the showing of works by day  artist Katie Janyk and of water  colour artist Rosemary Schouw.  Katie Janyk uses a variety of  clays, firing methods and t<ech-  niqucs of construction in her  show entitled 'Possibilities'.  You will sw porcelain, robust  stoneware, exotic raku and earthenware fired in sawdust. The  type of clay and the firing  method complement the simple  designs.  Rosemary Schouw reveals a  unique understanding of moods  engendered by light and shadow, surrounding our islands,  beaches, and rocky headlands.  Rosemary, an active memeber of  the Sunshine *jpast Art Centre,  has studio art design and architecture in Ottawa and at the  University of Manitoba. She  has shown her work in many  BC galleries.  CRAFT FAIR  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council invites you to attend  thdr third annual Craft Fair in  Hackett Park, August 4 and 5.  More than 29 craftspeople  present pottery from traditional  to Raku. Others present  jewellery, designer clothing,  items in turned wood and more.  Lots of festival fun in music,  food, and entertainment for  children.  UGANDA PERFORMERS  Some of the troupe from this  tiny shoreless country in Africa  visited us two years ago.  Meeting to practise their music  only three times a week for an  hour each time, the group gives  a professional touch to their  singing and dancing and drumming.  Hope they can return to stay  with us again.  ADDENDUM  The news report two wreks  ago on Crimestoppers left out  the names of the two constables  associated with the project.  Russ Petersen, now a corporal  in Princeton, was most supportive of the program. Constable  Sherry Coumont was the  nominal RCMP member to be  part of the Crimestoppers program for a time before she  reigned from the force.  HAZARDS  A young boy of the Gibsons  District, playing with a live  bullet by striking it with a rock,  esscapeed with a slight leg wound.  He was looking for .powder for  fireworks.  Ten year olds don't liear the  lengthy history of accidental  Windings and otlwr hurts suffered by this kind of ��pmmen-  ting until they become statistic  themselves.  Students benefit from  Beachcomber auction  Sunshine Coast students in  arts and entertainment will t>e  the big winners following a  Rotary Club sponsored  Beachcombers Auction on  Saturday, August 4.  Actually there will be two  separate auctions: A Silent Auction will begin at Bert's  Warehouse (the old firehall) on  Gower Point Road at 10 am  and bids will be collected on  memorabilia from the CBC's  long running TV show until  4:30 pm. A day-long list of  Names, Bid Number and  Amount Bid will be available at  the warehouse.  In the evening at Gibsons  Winter Club there will be a  special Celebrity Auction of  special value items. Included  will   be   such   treasured  Beachcomber artifads as the  Nick's Salvage sign; Relic's cap  and sneakers and Constable  John's RCMP hat, among  many others.  The proceeds from both auctions will set up a Beachcombers  Scholarship Fund for local  students in the arts and entertainment.  A spokesman for the Rotary  Club said that it is the policy of  Rotary International that not  one oent of the money collefled  will go to administration <x>sts.  Absolutely everything goes into  the bursary fund.  If you want a little something  its a reminder of the show which  has set Canadian and international records for suoxss and  longevity August 4 is the date to  mark on your calendar.  Gibsons hears  water debate  by Jeff Carpenter  The matter of the Town's announcement of restricted water  use came up at the Gibsons  council meeting last week.  Mayor Diane Strom challenged the position that lack of  water caused the decision.  Strom said the draw on the  water was the problem not the  lack of a supply.  "They can't pump fast  enough to keep the reservoir  filled," Strom explained.  Hans Ounpuu, a townhome  developer for Twin Oaks Development Corp., said the  sprinkling regulation was causing considerable problems for  the residents in his properties.  Ounpuu said the restriction is  destroying the expensive landscaping on his residential properties.  "This means tens of thousands of dollars gone for this  year. If I wanted yellow lawns I  wouldn't have put them in."  Ounpuu aske*d council if the  water-shortage was a short-term  problem which would be solved  in the near future or if it would  be an ongoing concern.  Mayor Strom assured him the  problem would be rectified  before next year.  She said discussions were in  progress with Regional Director  Jim Gurney on a joint-type venture, and that the Town was  looking at a new well site which  would not have to be pumpetd.  fir**8 S*"1*-  SUNNYCREST MALL  Hoy. 101,Upptr8lbima  Where happy/endings  Seniors' Oaf  Thumbf, August 2nd  bring your M Ctn Ctrtj and save  * (Except prescription, dispensary,  magazines, tobacco and  sale products).  SKVHMTS  DAT  PRESENT YOUR  PHeWMACAftE  CARD AND  SAVE!!!  io%OFF  ���eVeXJSTEVEi-VTHNa  "T Gibsons  A    PHARMASAVE  51N.CKSTM.UL ^5*  SENIORS  Bring your Pharmacare Card and  SAVE 10%  on your choice of  GREAT BAKED GOODS  made completely "from scratch" right here at  XHcnry'V Bakery i coffee Shop   ^ 8867441  y  StWKIBTtUU  10%  off  All Merchandise  a Jeannie's  ' A Gifts & Gems  SUMCRESTMUl   ^hw!^  886-2023  rn  im*  Seniors' Discount  SUNNYCREST MALL  10%  Where  happy/feixlings  Coma In early, Roberts    Creek  Coast News, July 30,1990  In praise of recycling  by Jaata Lejghton MWMt  I rejoiced when the Shop  .Easy started their recycling  depot. Seven years ago I moved  to the Sunshine Coast, having  already been accustomed to  years of recycling newspapers,  glass, cans, cardboard, and  even plastic produce bags.  1 had been shopping at a local  food <XK>p and personally recusing plastic and paper grocery  bags. Composting food waste  had been part of my way of life  for years and although I continued to compost, my glass and  cans had nowhere to go but  regrettably in the trash.  So, now I rejoice when I  carry my box of recyclables  behind the Shop Easy and  deposit them in their allotted  bins. Never before had 1 been  given an opportunity to recycle  the incredible variety of plastic  bottlers and cartons that littered  my garbage.  There was such personal joy  for the short .period of time the  Shop Easy depot was actually  accepting these items. Styrofoam meat trays and potato  chip bags were nearly all that  was left in the trash.  (Whoe oh whwe did those  cardboard meat trays go that  wetre at least friendly to the  ozone layer?)  But recycling plastic Seoon  raided when the Mainland Chinese mark* fear it ceas<ed. Little  did I know that .Kevin and  Elaine Peers of Roberts Creek  had stockpiled it for Shop Easy,  hoping a new market could be  found ��� until a mountain of  plastic milk, bleach, and shampoo bottlers; yogurt and rattage  cheese cartons; and plastic .bags  grew too large for therm. They  were foroed to say no more.  So, now I'm back to throwing away plastic with my styrofoam meat trays and potato  chip bags. I do, however, take  my plastic produce bags and  brown paper bags to the supermarket with me for re-use. The  kids get their sandwiches in the  spare produce bags and small  paper bags.  A talk with the butcher and  store manager might bring back  the cardboard meat trays. Like  many others, I'm more than  happy to do what I can to recycle.  ROBERTS CREEK DAZE  Yes  folks,  Roberts  Creek  Daze is alive and well and ready  to go on live Saturday, August  11. Kevin Shepherd has been  organizing a te-en dance for the  night before (Friday night,  August 10). The bands are  booked and ready to play, but  Kevin is faced with a severe lack  of chaperones.  Twelve adults are required to  chaperone this daixx or the  whistlers don't blow. If you want  your teren to boogie with supervision, now's the time to sm it  happen by calling Kevin  (886-2*468) to volunteer. It  should be lots of fun.  Kevin also requests a volunteer to organize the food and  drinks with lots of help from the  teens themselves.  Rainbow Preschool is ready  with the kids' events. If you can  put in an hour or two helping  with games, sign up at the  Seaview Market.  The parade starts on Saturday at 11 am at the Hall. Bring  the kids and join the parade or  watch it go by. When passing  the library, check out the annual book sale. Saturday afternoon will be fitted with music  and live entertainment at the  festival site at the end of  Roberts Creek Road. Groove all  day, Then shimmy and shake at  the adult dance Saturday night  at the Hall. A pretty lively  weekend for till to enjoy.  LIBRARY NOTES  To celebrate the eighth year  of the Writer's Festival coming  up August 9 - 12, the Roberts  Creek Library is displaying  books by the authors who will  lie contributing to the festival  program.  This years' writers have pro-  duced works of fiction including mysteries and nonfic-  tion including biographies, history, gardening, humour and  childrens' books. The library  has an interesting selection of  these writers' titles brought  together for easy access.  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Complimenting ttose gifts  for special people is the pet  store which boasts a comprehensive supply of pets and  supplies. If we haven't got  what you want, tell us, we'll  get it.  Drop by and say, "Hi", to  Bill, Christine and Kathy, and  to our groomers, Brigitte,  Marie and Ann.  275 Gower Point Road, Gibsons Landing  Eagles & Whales  GALLERY  afc  Sunshine  Coast   ^  Photos^  ��� Frames       jr  ��� Posters    ���*       ��� Princess  ��� Prints   ��      Louisa Cruises  ��� Cards ��? o��P��n 'Oim  jj>        ��� Fishing Charters  .if    From $15 per hour  30 boats  f        886-8341 ?4 nr  SUNSHINE COAST  TOURS  up to 50% off  5ACCE1VTS...  C-0'U'N-T-R-Y  Gilt Store  Gibsons Landing  m 886.9281 t.     *MS��'i  Open 7 days, 10:00 - 5:00" ,��  oooooooooooooooo  FOR  "GOOD FOOD"  Soup, Sandwiches, Salads,  Quiche, .Muffins, Tarts,  Cinn.imon Buns, Tea.  Murchio's Coffee, Ice Cream,  Candy, Chocoljles!  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'They' did their usual family mutter-  ings like "Watch out for the great,  white whale'' and more that I 'm too embarrassed to repeat. "A diet!" I cried.  But there is no way that I can face a  naked lettuce leaf so I tried.  ZINBY DRESSING  1 large orange  % cup fresh cllantro leaves  2 tablespoons olive oil  1 tablespoon white vinegar  1 (ilipeno pepper  1 tablespoon lemon juice  f. Grate the orange. Remove all the  orange segments, discarding the pith.  Place In blender.  2. De-seed pepper. Chop coarsely.  3. Place all ingredients in blender and  zap. Try that on a shrimp salad!  NEST LEWIS  W.W. UPHOLSTERY  & BOAT TOPS ltd  637 WyngaerlRd. Gibsons  886-7310  MARY'S  VARIETY  886-8077  Support the  Sunshine Coast  Maritime History  Socitfy  by purchasing  a t-shirt  and a brochure for  $12.50  Open  7 Day. A Week  Gowct Pt. Rd.  Gibsons Landing  Dry Owning  Drop Off  CUSTOM  Ceramics  1  Made to  Your Order  886-3233  Open iue$ -Sat 10-4  Tues i Tieurs eves  K  30,;>ow  J^kr     ��53 Manne Or>ve  ��*-** "A      Gibsons Landing  eSttsmics Instruction  u  Workenops  What's  to do?  Find out all the places to  see and things to do,  when it's happening and  how to get there with  SOUNDINGS  ON SALE AT  Tourist booths,  newstands &  THE COAST NEWS  ������������IIM 8.  Coast News, July 30,1990  ��Pf 5  I  H*  ekJ                                   ^./   1  ������*���  ^  m  >e  X  k *jt. f  ���*  1\  i  F 1  A aWigmH       A  L^.    s  i      ' V  ���L     ^^  wLfm  HB         HI                    0  a  ., ;'  few  Lf   ���  f'  j  f  it  s  1 < *  m\J   ���  *�����  J^'    V  1/  i  Hamming It up before hammering It In. Mike Shanks deft), Dick Ansell, Bob Graham, Doug Third,  Dave Wells and Vic Southln gel ready to put the finishing touches on the Pavilion at Rockwood Centre to be ready (or the upcoming Festival of the Written Arts. -Roe* Nkhohsa photo  Sechelt    Scenario  A new Forge book  by Margaret Watt 885-3364  A new book, Our Sunshine  Coast, has just teen brought  out by the SunCoast Writers'  Forge. It contains a collection  of historical pieces about the  .people and places of the Sunshine Coast, written by Forge  members.  The illustrations scattered  throughout the book are beautiful mid alone are worth the asking price of the complete book.  It Was Worth The Wait!\  To thank our customers for their  patience during our expansion, we  now offer a  $300.00  Savings  on Pfaff Serger Model 784E  Now there's an affordable serger  that sews an extra-wide three or  four-thread overlook stitchp/us  does rolled hems without changing  p,* German motor and  electronics.  ^ Snap-on pressor feet.  if Bacted by Pfaff's 5-year  warranty.  yf Color-coded threading  paths and more.  trm  WHIIESUPPLV MSTS  Thehobbylock784E  tam PFAFF  YOUR  Land  ���vmme.ii  STORE  Sunshine Coast Hwy. 885-5756  This makes a nice, inexpensive  present for a visitor or a would-  like-to-be visitor.  You can pick up a copy of  Our Sunshine Coast al any of  the local bookstores and the  Coast News office.  FREE LITERARY EVENTS!  Starting Sunday, August 5 at  8 pm, reading by Caroline  Woodward. Caroline writes  short Action, and her work has  appeared in such prestigious  periodicals as Prism International, The Malahat Review,  This Magazine, Writing, and  more.  Then, on Monday, August 6  childrens' writer Florence  McNeil will be reading from her  work. Tuesday, August 7 will  feature readings by the students  of the Writing Workshops for  Childrens' Fiction and Adult  Fiction. Time 8 pm.  Wednesday, August 15 at 8  pm bring us reading by Rosemary Neering. Her stories appear regularly in Westworid, the  UVic Torch, Western Living  and Beautiful British Columbia.  Linda Rogers is scheduled for  Thursday, August 16 at 8 pm,  Linda's career and interests���  span theatre, painting, .poetry  and fiction writing. Also, she  was recently elected president of  the Federation of BC Writers.  Last but not least, on Friday,  August 17, also at 8 pm,  readings by the students of the  Writing Workshops for Non-  fiction and Poetry. So mark  your calendars for these FREE  events.  Canfor  to spray  Canfor is determined to spray  herbicides for brush control  despite a July 6 letter sent to the  company by the SCRD asking  that alternate measures be  taken.  "The brush targets in these  projects are salmonberry, wild  cherry, maple and blackberry,  none of which can be effectively  treated by mechanical means,"  wrote Canfor Chairman and  CEO Peter Bentley in a July 10  letter received at Thursday  night's board meeting.  The letter stated that  Canfor's professional staff have  found that using methods such  as brush saws or hand tools  would be "ineffective,  dangerous, slow and  expensive."  Area F Director Jeremy Frith  said he was especially concerned  about herbicide spraying considering that Dogpatch gels its  water from McNab Creek  which is in one of the targeted  areas.  "The IWA has a prescription  for manual clearing, and I'd  like to see some support from  them in this issue," Frith said.  He added that this is the second  or third time some of these  areas are being cleared.  Gibsons SCRD representative  Jerry Dixon suggested also contacting medical health officer  Dr. Ray Marsh for consultation. The SCRD voted to ask  the IWA and Dr. Marsh for  assistance in finding alternatives  to the herbicide spraying.  ALWEST  HOME  SERVICES  BOX .864, SECHELT, B.C.  V0N3A0  WRAY LINGERS 8854572  VINYL SIDING - SOFFIT FASCIA  DOOR AND WINDOW CONVERSIONS ��� RENOVATIONS  The Coast News apologizes for any Inconvenience  that the wrong phone number In last week's ad  may have caused callers and our customer. The  correct phone number should have been 885-4572.  SIDEWALK SALE  Drop of) your  COAST NEWS  It  Th�� Comt N��wt  Gibsons  "A Frlandly Paopla Placa"  Bobbie's  885-9838     c.  Trail Bay Mall. Sechell JflOCS  Any ujo-v you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results]  ��   H:. ��.-.    <     "j     *  Davis Bay  News & Views  Brookman  Fishing j  Derby  by Lauralee Solli,  885-5212, 885-3510  The annual Brookman  Fishing Derby for children will  be held on Saturday, August 11,  from 10:30 to 1 pm. More  details will be in the next column.  FOUND  A navy blue knapsack was  found in the Wilson Creek Hall  last Saturday. If it's yours, it  can tie retrieved by calling Hilda  at 885-9863 and identifying its  contents.  UNUSUAL CROW  Jean Robinson has spotted a  very unusual crow around her  yard. It has three white bars on  each wing with a small bit of  white on the tip of its tail. The  other crows seem to be leaving it  alone. It perches on her roof  and she is hoping to take a picture of it.  GET WELL SOON  Sorry to hear that Jean  Barclay was in the hospital.  Hope she is home now and feeling better.  U���viloptc tftwut-M-  20% Off  ALL  CD's & Cassettes  August 3 & August 4    1  Friday 6 Saturday ONLY  TANDY/  Radio /hack  Authorized Salss Centra  885-2568  Trail Bay Centre Mall, Sechelt  LEARN TO DRIVE.  ONE-ON-ONE.  Ut a professional trach  you lo drive.  At Young Drivers of  eCanada, you receive the iKst  defensive driver training in  North America.  Wll do more than help  you get your licence. Wll  tract) you everything you  need to know to drive  accident-free.  Things like crash avoidance, threshold braking and  slalom steering. Evety emergency manoeuvre you could  n��d. Bexause one day, it  might save your lite.  M)u'U have private in-car  sessions. Backed up with  extensive classroom time  to help imprint your  reactions.  In many instance we even  exceed the national required  standard of training.  More than 350,000 students now nwommend us.  Don't take a  chance.  Leam to drive  right for the rest  of your life.  A  Y<8wng Drivw* of Canada.  Wa taoch you lo drive and wrvhra,  Register not Classes are filing up.  Lessons Or Full Courses In Standard Transmission Veldcles Now Available  Phone for information and brochures. 885^432 or call collect 483-8347.  Next Course Aug. 16/90  ��� available at ���  Cash Registers  ONK  HH.")-:i7.i.-) Coast News, July 30,1990  Porpoise Bay Park program  Tod Maffin Insists that this is part of his job, and as he works it  the Tourist Info Centre in Sechelt, he could be right. What better  way to tell tourists whal the Sunshine Coast is really like?  ���Rose Nicholson photo  Sechelt Seniors  n  Home hazards  by Joyre >Ostry  You have just come through  the Ferry traffic, nerves jangling  and you're ready to settle down  for the rest of the night in the  safety of your own home.  Watch out! Your home is one  of the most dangerous places  you can be in. One of the most  frequent home accidents is fall-  Sidewalk  July 30th  to  Aug. 4th  Trail Bay Mall  ing, after car crashes the number one killer in Canada. There is  a disabling home accident in  Canada every 90 seconds.  Falls are the main accidental  killer of people over 75. About  17 per cent occur on stairs, six  percent from ladders and another three percent buildings.  Women fall more frequently on  stairs and on level surfaces; men  more often from ladders, buildings and bi-level surfaces. Each  year about 45,(XX) people spend  an average of 10 days in  hospital recovering from falls.  Many victims of falls never  recover fully, spending the rest  of their lives in wheelchairs with  severe .and painful disabilities.  Another concern is that a homeowner might be held liable for  injuries sustained in a fall by a  visitor.  Other major causes of serious  home accidents, often involving  fatal injuries, are electrical appliances and household electrical circuits. Improper fusing  -usually involving replacing a 15  amp fuse - causes many of the  33,000 electrical fires annually  in Canada, some of them fatal.  We also have a penchant for  handling electrical appliances  around water. Such items as a  radio perched on the edge of the  bathtub, a toaster next to the  sink, have deadly potential.  Familiar appliances such  vacuum cleaners, radios, electric shavers, toasters, lamps,  kettles, television sets, hair  dryers and the kitchen stove,  can kill if improperly maintained or mishandled either causing  fire or delivering a lethal shock.  While most appliances are  safe when not plugged into  power outlets, the radio and TV  set contain high voltage circuits  which continue to hold .potentially lethal charges after they  have been unplugged.  SENIORS' PICNIC  The Senior Branch 69 picnic  will be on August 9 at noon at  the Porpoise Bay campsite. I  was in error when I wrote that  the picnic was August 8.  Office Technology Program  Train for Success  Secretaries, Word Processors, and  Accounting Clerks are in demand. Enroll in  one of our specialized training programs.  ��� Secretarial - 8 months  ��� Financial - 10 months  ��� Word Processing -10 months  Acquire computer, communications and  interpersonal skills to meet the challenge of  the office of the 90s.  We have a place for yon, but hurry!  Programs start September 4. Telephone  984-4959 for information ud to arrange  for a personal interview.  CAPILANO  COLLEGE     2055 PurcHI Way ��� North Vincwwr ��� B.C.  The park naturalist at Porpoise Bay Provincial Park offers all kinds of free talks and  guideKl walks to help you and  your family learn more about  the mysteries and wonders of  the great outdoor::. Join her this  week to discover more about the  following:  Friday, August 3  Animals in the Park - Bears  will be the focus of this weekly  children's program, 2 pm at the  b��ach playground.  Earthquake! - What will you  do wh�� the earth starts to  move? Art McPhee from PEP  will give you ideas, 7 pm at the  tktach.  Saturday, August 4  Forest Web - In a forest  everything worlts together. Find  out how on a walk starting from  the beach bulletin board at 2  pm.  SCRAPS - Learn to reduce,  re-use and recycle with Jeff Collins, 7 pm at the beach.  Sunday, August 5  Wild Diet - .Many plants in  the forest are edible, 2 pm at the  beach bulletin .board.  Tall Trees - What makes  cedar trees so special? This walk  will explore the evergreen tree*  of our e?ark. Starting at 7 pm  from the beach bulletin bottd.  Monday, August 6  Camping in 1790 - This  children's program explores  camping 200 years ago. Starting  at 10 am at the txach bulletin  board.  ARROW  SPORT  FOG  LANCER ARROW SPORT MADRAS  SPORT ���unRAS J/5B7fNJ.(KJJ)fiM   FOG  |.Mnni  J. .  L ���  L,:  A,.       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'  e  ��� p|  ORT MADRAS  JANT  amttcm ���.ONDON F  ���,DO'i FOl  DG LANCER   .Rl  ER  ARROW-  SP  AS  JANTZEN  ONDON FOG I ANi  G  LANCER  AR!      .   S  R  ARROW     ��� OF     ' !*  ANTZI I ' :  '.   ON FOG  Mens Wear  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  885-9330  Janlzen  ��� ��� ��� ..  Visa & MasterCard accepted  .  mmmmmmm Coast News, July 30,1990  e  '  Pender Patter  Highway work continues  Vancouver Mayor Gordon Campbell enjoys a Halfmoon Bay summer  H.iltmooi) B.iy Happoninys  with hi* family.  Ratal Formicr pkelo  by Myitk WJadwter WM099  The big netws this week is that  the Secret Cove-Wood Bay  highway project will rontinue.  Phase II will Ixgin whoe the  last section ended and make its  way two kilometres towards  Pender Harbour, with the help  of a $2.8 million budget. Starting date is sometime in October  and the work will continue until  spring of 1991. The work will be  done by 'day labour* which  means that our local contractors  will be on the job, rather than  some big outfit from off the  coast.  The current repaying from  Madrira Park Road to Earls  Cove is not quite as popular a  projetct, eespeecially for people  who must drive that part of the  highway on a daily basis. Waits  are long and frequent, and oil  sprayed on the road has made a  mess of more than one veWcle's  paint job. Note that the oil  sprayed on the road by Dawson  Construction is not the same as  the oil spilled on the road  Thursday near Robi Prtras-  chuk's wrnCT eit the foot of  Misery Milt. That was motor  oil, and it was intended to remain inside a .barrel on the back  of a truck. Obviously, good intentions aren't good enough.  Here's a highway message  from J. ViiKetnt:  "If .anyone has noticed, thwe  is paving construction going on  from Buwanwr Marina to Earls  Cove on Highway 101 and certain assorted interactions. Contractors, service people,  tourists, and the local people  can raped delays and in some  casees re-routing. As .part of  your tax dollar is going into this  well-needed project, I would advise (some) irate people who in  sist on having massive heart attacks and the fuel gauge on  empty to chill out and realize  that it is a small pain for a large  gain if they .are living in or going  through the area. Also, be  prepared in the future for more  progress and re-construction in  the area. If there are any complaints, I'm sure our area's  MLA, Harold Long, would  welcome your concerns on how  your tax dollars should be  spent."  ���CATHERINE LAKE  At Thursday's SCRD  meeting (that's in Sechelt), the  public hearing on the re-zoning  of the Katherine .Lake property  (formnly Brightside Re-sort) to  make it a regional park was  condwttd without too much  dissention.  When the SCRD bought the  property there were a few cries  Please turn to page 11  Merry Island lighthouse rescue       [(  GARDEN BAY  HOTEL  -5s  by Ruth Forrester 885-2418  There are some life and death  dramas along our quiet coastline aebout which we seldom  hear. Last wwk we reported  about the young family stranded on Thormanby, and this  week we heard about a middle  of the night rescue at Merry  Island Lighthouse.  At about 2 am last Monday  morning a call was received  from the Co?st Guard at Franklin Island that a flashlight  distress signal had been spotted  in rough seas in the general  vicinity.  Don Richards who is stationed at Merry Island, immediately  set out in his little boat and  located the 21 foot boat heading  right for some treacherous  rocks. It took Don one and a  half hours to tow the boat with  its three frightened occupants  back to the station through windy, three foot waves.  Apparently the boat had run  out of gas and drifted towards  Trail Island where it was decided to lay at anchor for the night.  PUBLIC NOTICE  of  Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-42  and Zoning Amendment  Bylaw No. 555*44,1990  TAKE NOTICE that the Municipal Council of the Town of  Gibsons hereby gives notice of proposed Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-42, 1990 and Zoning Amendment  Bylaw No. 555-44, 1990 pursuant to Section 958 of the  Municipal Act R.S.B.C. 1979, c. 290 to amend the present  zoning of the following property as described:  1. In general terms, the intent of the Bylaw No. 555-42,1990  Is that:  The north 21.3 meters (69.69 ft.) of the east half of  Lot 6, except Plan 11588, Blocks 44, D.L. 689, Plan  3678 be rezoned from the existing Single-Family  and Two-Family Residential Zone 3 (R.3) to the proposed Public Assembly Zone (P.A.) as shown on the  Map.  2. In general terms, the intent of the Bylaw No. 555-44,1990  Is that:  Part 2 - Definitions of Zoning Bylaw No. 555 (1986)  be amended by the addition of the following:  "EXISTING GROUND LEVEL" means the ground  level existing prior to commencement of construction, but excludes all fill placed on the site, other  -than fill placed to raise the elevation as required by  the flood control requirements set out In this Bylaw.  3. A copy of these Bylaws may be inspected at the Gibsons  Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road in Gibsons,  British Columbia during office hours, namely 8:30 a.m. to  4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday (Statutory Holidays excepted).  Take notice that this notice Is deemed to be a synopsis of  the bylaws, and not deemed to be an interpretation  thereof.  Pursuant to the Municipal Act, the Municipal Coflncll Intends to waive the holding of a Public Hearing on Zoning  Amendment Bylaw No. 555-42, 1990 as an Official Community Plan is In effect for the area and the proposed  bylaw Is consistent with the plan.  Rob Buchan  MUNICIPAL PLANNER ft APPROVING OFFICER  When the storm winds starts  , to blow the anchor pulled and  the boat drifted towards Merry  Island.  The three local occupants of  the boat were most relieved to  see Don come to their rescue  and save them from what might  well have turned out to be quite  a disaster. Well done Don!  BRUSH FIRE:  The Halfmoon Bay Volun-  tm Fire Department answered  a call to a brush fire on a vacant  lot on Redrooffs on Tuesday.  Residents are reminded that  there must be no outdoor burning at this time of year.  WELCOME VISITORS:  A warm Halfmoon Bay welcome to Mike and Cris Tween  from England who are visiting  with brother Bob Tween and  Chris of Redrooffs. They will  be spending part of their month  long stay participating in  Orienteering championships in  Alberta, BC and Washington.  Orienteering, for those like  this writer who were uninformed on the subject, is a race  where the participants have to  follow maps using a compass  and travel a preset course.  Sounds interesting, and we wish  the Tweens good luck in thdr  venture.  BARBECUE:  A reminder to make sure that  you get in on the Welcome  Beach Community Association's Annual barbecue at the  hall on .Saturday, August 11 by  calling either 885-5249 or  885-9032 for reservations. Bring  the family and friends and enjoy some great hamburgers and  all the trimmings.  Drop otl your  COAST NtW��  Pander Harbour  "A Frtandly ePaopte Placa"  '>��|^l  *% th* Than"  ��1 <dV*8ent  SOB1*  by  pa  an ��* wafeb    wU1  *?���#'���      *hiS��� witb  a* .To�����?: t**tz *****  st  I *<'    "  MO  on  be  l~ met"!  in**  an"  ll t0   n  ���te *��\t  ^Ctll a' J;'pictw*of   *��*;,  ���Oi��" tore," the  t0 nd v"-"be*  ha  ie  rt>e  et  nit'  and  ��h��  cast   ' itie��       a f ^in  ce\eD     hid on and  pake  \e*c*C  sse.fthat  "tan  our  ca*  the  A ct  as  a,o    5>^wil>  ��ei  lon9  remen  yo  eur"  $i#  y^  SSS  ��� .iaJ^  IH* ���!���*).. *  '���if Hi i'M*l��rtiilTTTa1til Coast News, July 30,1990  11.  Pender Patter  The old fir tree and its swing at Hotel Lake In Garden Bay fell Into  the lake last week, narrowly missing two people nearby in a row  boat. -Bill BanUnj photo  Swing tree  calls It quits  by Rose Nicholson  No one knew it at the time,  but the picture on the front page  of the June 26 Coast News was  the last one of the swing that  has challenged the daring of  hundreds of kids on the Coast.  The swing was attached to a  big fir tree on the bank of Hotel  Lake in Garden Bay and last  week the old tree came to the  end of its long life and fell into  the lake.  Vancouver visitors Tom  il  Egmont  News  Seafood  by Ann .Cook 883-9911  Everyone is welcome to come  and enjoy an Egmont Lions  Seafood Dinner this Saturday,  July 28, 5 pm at the communily  hall. Salmon, oysters, prawns,  salads, fried rice, etc., etc. Try  out the highway with the new  blacktop job that's being done  .between Madeira Park and  Earls Cove.  SIDEWINDER CHAMPS  Last weeek at the Powell River  Fair two local fellows won src-  ond prize, trophys and $500 in  the sidewinder competition.  Congratulations to Dean Bosch  and Ian Brown. First prize and  $1000 went to Mike Devaney.  AUGUST BIRTHDAYS  Donna Berntzen, Randy  Noble, Wanda Jeffries, Lloyd  Carter, Kathleen and Daniel  White, Samantha Adamson,  Elva McClelland, Jackie  Laloge, Jason Haines, Norma  Martin, Warne Clay, Trudy  Muller, Irene Kaasa, Bob Bod-  ner, ICay Cook, Lacee Coyette,  Karen Adamson, Iris Sayers,  Brian Campo, Diane Silvey,  Cleo Legge, Tom Silvey, Bryce  Higgins, Katie's daughter  Gloria, Greg's sister Toni, Peter  Trower and John Burnside.  ANNIVERSARIES  Tom  and  Kate  Patterson;  Leah and Al O'Neill; Vie and  Gene Berntzen on their 52nd  CONGRATULATIONS!!!  THUMP ON THE HEAD  To the idiot who stole the Egmont Lions Seafood Dinnw  sign that was put up at the intersection of Highway 101 and  Egmont Road. Why, may I ask,  would anyone want a sign  advertising a dinner. I hope they  carry it with them so they will  remember to go to the dinnw.  Please return it and we'll just  give you a little thump.  PAT ON THE BACK  To all the folks for returning  egg cartons to the community  hall. Thank you, we are running  low on cartons and the chickens  were beginning to cluck.  Johnston and his son John were  in a rowboat nearby and narrowly missed being hit by the  branches of the falling tree.  "We heard a loud crack but  didn't know what it was," he  told the Coast News.  "Pejople on the shore were  yelling at us to get out of the  way. Small branches and fir  cones were falling all around us.  We were lucky we weren't hit by  one of the big branches. We  could have Ixen kilted."  Continued from page 10  of anguish over the amount of  money spent, but those should  subside now txxause the SCRD  has received a GO BC grant for  $207,117 to apply to the  $600,000 purchase price. In-  ddentally, the purchase price is  considered 'in the ballpark' of  lo<cal real estate values.  REZONING  The latest draft of Area A's  new subdivision and land-use  bylaw is finally ready for public  scrutiny and tan be viewed,  discussed, and commented on in  Madeira Park at the .Legion  Hall on August 1 and 2 from 2  to 8 pm, at the Garden Bay  firehall on August 8 (same  times), and at the Egmont Community Hall on August 9,  A member of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District Planning Department and the Area A  Rezoning Committee will be  present to answer questions,  make note of feedback, and  probably take a bit of harassment.  This bylaw was known as  'Bylaw AAA' when it was in the  early stages, but now that it's  semi-resepectable it has an official name, 'Bylaw 337'.  Schedule A (land-use zones)  replaces Bylaw 96 and Schedule  B (subdivision districts) replaces  Bylaw 103.  If you'd like to take a look at  the text and maps of Bylaw 337  at another time and place than  listeed above, a copy is available  at the Paper Mill and at the  library. Note, however, that  you'll be on your own here,  with no one to answer your  questions and no one who really  wants to hear your comments  on it, unless you come to the  Paper Mill when Karen G.  Adamson is in. Her schedule is  a bit of a mystery even to me  though, so finding her at the  Paper Mill may take a bit of  luck.  A second 'open house' ('pu  blic display' might be more accurate but sounds a bit suggestive) is scheduled for the first  week in Septemeber.  LEGION NEWS  There is no news from the  Legion this week (all is quirt on  the western front), but we do  have a reminder that the kitchen  is still open and serving good  food as usual.  MYSTERY WRITER  The Sunshine Coast Writers'  Forge has just released 'Our  Sunshine Coast (Historical  Sketches)' and copies are  available ($5,95) at the Paper  Mill.  The softbound ebook contains  several pieces pertinent to  Pender (sorry, I coultln't resist)  Harbour, including 'Sakinaw  Pictures (an Evening on Sacred  Lands and Waters)' by Gerry  Sieben, 'St. Mary's Hospital:  The Early Years' by Val  Jenkins, 'A Whale of a Tale' by  Pixie Ctaly, and 'The Purple  Hills of Pender' by Skyline  Johnny."  The lattei author is the  mystery. Who is Skyline  Johnny? The .poem was submitted to the Suncoast Writers'  Forge by an agent who would  not reveal ihe author's true  identity, and the producers of  the book thus have no idea  who's work they published.  If Skyline Johnny is still out  there, the Suncoast Writers'  Forge would like to know who  he (or she?) really is. So would  I.  SWAPMEET  Saturday, August 4, Pender  Harbour Community Hall,  doors open at 10 am, and  (among othei things) there will  be a number of pairs of roller  skates for sale by the Community Club.  Anyone wanting to rent a  table   can   contact   Hans  Schroeder at 883-2573.  CHANGE OF NAME  The Coast News type-setting  department lias taken on a new  dimension of duties: vital  statistics, sp<eciflcally change of  name. Last week they took Ernie Wicks and transform^ him  into Barney Wicks, then back  into Ernie again, all in the same  paragraph, We can only assume  that either name is correct, or  we can get caught up in the  spirit of things and assume that  they really meant Bernie Wicks  or perhaps Arnie Wicks.  MOWING-TRIMMING-PRUNING  PROPERTY MGMT.-UGHT .LANDSCAPING  WE DO IT ALL     call 883-2142  LIVE ^Sfc  BACKEDDY^  ���      SATURDAY NIQHT ONLY  1 Andy, Amy  1          &  1    Friends  ��Lspec��ALS��  The Backeddy Pub  Maple Road, Egmont  Telephone 883-2298  YOU D0N7  HAVE TO BE  HAMMERED  TO BE  IMPAIRED../;]  ONE OF THESE  ,_ COULD BE  ��� ENOUGH.  Drop olf your  COAST NIW8  paint  883-9914N  mar. 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North of Garden B.iy Rti.,  Hwy. 101 883-91.41  @  Members i Guests  Always Welcome  TltopleOlel 883-9632  JCewc'o RESORT  BOAT RENTALS  B  AIR  883-2456  PROFESSIONAL  SERVICES  YOUR NAME  Could Be Here  Contact  ^���tuffnwi^  In Pandor Harbour Centre  Mon.-Fri. 883-9099  ���TYPING  ���WORD PROCESSING  ���ACCOUNTING  ���FAX SERVICE  ���PHOTOCOPYING  ���ANSWERING SERVICE  t* 9 0      PENDER  V~V    HARBOUR  CREDIT  UNION  883-9531  Pender Harbour  Realty Ltd.  883-9525  FAX 883-9524  Trimming, Mowing, Pruning  Property Management V, ji ,  Ughtlandscaamg    -~i.astm.va  883-2142  ���me:  SPECTRUM CONTRACTING  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Jerry Ntteeliw Phillip Netilaw  885-9341 885-4801  J.P.FORM RENTALSl  Rentals & Construction  883-9046  eahorse  onstruction  Indian Isle  Construction  Backhoe & Dumptruck  Service  883-2747 or 883-2730  Tor I Gfov.il, Shttkoi. ShtA^ea.  ITItlol Roof a. Torch On, kroldi  Peninsula Power &  Cable Ltd.  Hetfih ft low \iilURi- Power lines  OuldiHir Suh-M .ilium  883-2218  Ray Hansen Trucking  &. Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septii Syslcem  883-9222  HARBOUR BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps S. Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  LeH.ete'et .et Headwater Marina  Madeira Marina  883-2266  YOUR NAME  Could Be Here  Gpntfof  *��m. ie.. a.��.e��ieM  In Pender Harbour Contra  Mon.-Fri. 883-9099  MOBILE HOMES  New and Used - Instant Housing  883-9338 or 980-4321 (call collect)  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  883-2715  Coast  estern Airlines Ltd.  lor reservations/information on  dally scheduled (lights & charters  ciH 88S-47II (Sumlilne Coait)  884-8788 (Vancouvw)  Garden Bay  Hotel  Pub, Waterfront HMtauranl. Mnoi-atfe. Air  Charters. FishinR Charter*. Hike Remain  6M-M74 Pub  88SM19 IwUurant  11 00 in '  Folly Licenced with  (fraught Deei on tap  Catering Available  At  Brian Scttittor, IW9-.  ��w  883-J425  RtttaurMt  Canadian & Chinese Cuisine  883-2413  HEADWATER MARINA ltd  Ways, Hi-Pressure Washing,  S, Vear-Reeund Mexirage  883-2406 Coast News, July 30,1990  Sechelt citizens query  Block Seven plans  There was ��� constant stream of weU-wtsheri brining glfu tad congratulations to Joyce Baker (centre), who on Friday retired after 17 yean it the Royal Bank In Gibsons. Joyce's future plans Include  travelling and enjoying her new home. -Fr**,Bw��iHepiK>to  by Roee Nicholson  The press and coos of the proposed Block 7 were discusses) at  length at last week's meeting of  the recently fonmd District of  Sechelt Concern^ Citizen's  Association (DSCCA).  "Block 7 was a shrewd and  clever investment but it is  threatening to txcome a heavy  millstone around a small community's collective necks," said  An VanWalsun.  "We don't need this projrct,  -we can't afford it. Block 7  could be a little gold mine for us  if used wisely. It's a prime piece  of real estate and it's ideal for  offices, stores, condominiums  and other economically viable  buildings.  "Sell the property piecemeal  and use the proceeds for the  things Sechelt needs."  "We don't have enough of  the facts to discuss this now,"  countered former Sechelt alderman Ken Short.  "Obviously ���ev'tryone Iwt  has an opinion on what should  or shouldn't be done. Until we  have some bask farts I don't  think we taut even debate the  subject."  MacLarty, another former  alderman, ��� cammittese was  formed to sturdy the issue and  bring the findings to die next  DS(XA meeting on September  9, before the information meetings schetduled by rouncil for  September 13,14 and 15.  %**�����" ���  At the suggestion of Nancy  ��� ****&  St. Mary's Hospital  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC  The Board ol Trustees regrets to Inform the public of the Sunshine Coast It Is necessary to close 14 beds and consolidate all  acute care patients on the first floor In order to maintain adequate  nursing care. This became necessary when the number of  nurses available to the hospital through the summer diminished  to where shifts would be left without sufficient R.N. coverage.  We expect this situation to prevail to the second week of  September.  This action Is being taken to retain the quality of hospital care,  we ask the people of the Sunshine Coast to use the hospital only  when absolutely necessary during this period.  A. Harbord  Chairman of the Board  Health Clinics  A most worth and deserving Gibsons Golden Girl 1990 Is Bernice  Chamberlin of Reed Road. The award, which honours the woman  60 years or better who best exemplifies the spirit of Gibsons, was  presented at the Sea Cavalcade Opening Ceremonies by Fran  Burnside, left, of the Sunshine COAST NEWS, which sponsors  the annual award. -Rom Nicholson photo  ^Kmmmmmmmmimmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmm^  DREAM  What's your dream? Do you wanl  to pay olTyour mortgage? Retire in  luxury? Buy a cottage at the lake?  Whatever your dream may be, it  probably costs money. How do you  realize your goal? The first step  is to start saving, by paying yourself first.  Wc can show ynu how to do it - ur -J  how to make your savings grow.  Call us today.  Ynur rvsidi'iii li)v*stors Planning Team  InvestOaTs  Group  PROFIT FROM OUR EXPERIENCE  J.N W.(Jim) BUDD Sr  885-3397  DEBORAH MEAL1A  886-8771  J.H.(Jlm) BUDDJr  886-8771  The following Child Health  Clinics will be held at the Coast-  Garibaldi Health Unit, 494  South Fletcher Road in Gibsons  and the Sechelt Health Centre,  5571 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt  (across from the post offiw).  The Child Health Clinic will  be held in Gibsons on August 7,  14,21 and 28. Extra child health  clinics are scheduled in Gibsons  on Monday, August 13 and 27  from 4:30 to 5:45 pm for  parents who find the regularly  scheduled times inconvenient.  Phone 886-8131 to book appointments.  Sechelt Child Health Clinics  will .be held on Wednesdays,  August 1,8,15,22 and 29 from  1:15 to 3:30. Extra child health  clinics in Sechelt are scheduled  on Friday, August 10 and Tuesday, August 21 from 10:30 to  11:45 am, phone 885-5164.  The Pender Harbour Clinic  will .be on Thursdays, August 2,  9,16,23 and 30 from 1 to 3 pm,  phone 883-2764.  The Tuberculin Skin Testing  and Travellers' Clinics will  held on Mondays from 3 to  pm, August 13, 20 and 27 and  Travellers' Clinic only from 3 to  4 pm on Thursdays, August 2,  9, 16, 23 and 30 in the Gibsons  Health Unit. In Sechelt the date  is Monday, August 13 and 27  from 3:30 to 5:45 at the Sechelt  Health Centre. The Pender  Harbour Travellers' Clinic can  be arranged upon request.  Please make appointments  for clinics in Gibsons  (886-8131), Sechelt (885-5164)  and Pender Harbour  (883-2764).  STD (Sexually Transmitted  Disease) Clinics will be held'  Wednesday, August 8 and 29 at  the Coast-Garibaldi Health  Unit from 4:30 to 5 pm and in  the Sechelt Health Centre on  August 13 and 27 from 3:30 to,  5:45 pm. Information, counselling and testing (including!  AIDS) will be given. No appointment necessary.  Prenatal Classes: The next  Early Gass is on August 14  from 7 to 9 pm and will tie held  at the Coast-Garibaldi Health  Unit in Gibsons.  The next Late Classes will be  on August 7, 14 and 21 from 7  to 9 pm and held at the Sechelt  Health Centre.  Above   Late   Classes   are  taught by Wendy Burlin, RN,  Jeanette McBain, RN, and Sue  Lehman, RN. To register for  Ihe Early and Late Classes  phone the health unit at  886-8131.  The next Post Partum Class  will be held August 28 at the  Sechelt Health Centre. To  register for the Post Partum  Class call Sue Lehman  885-7930.  Single and Pregnant? Phone  the health unit at 886-8131.  The next hospital tour will be  on August 22. Please phone St.  Mary's Hospital switchboard to  arrange for a tour, 885-2224).  The Parent and Baby Drop  In gives parents an opportunity  to meet other parents and  discuss common concerns. The  group gathers every Tuesday  from 1:15 to 3:30 pm in the  Coast Garibaldi Health Unit in.  Gibsons and the Sechelt Health  Centre on Wednesdays from  1:15 to 3:30 pm.  Sunihlne Coast Regional District  NOTICE TO ELECTORAL  AREA A RESIDENTS  Residents of Electoral Area A, (Including Mlddlepolnt, Madeira  Park, Garden Bay, Sakinaw Lake, Ruby Lake, Earl's Cove, Egmont and the outlying areas) are Invited to attend the following  open houses to be Introduced to a draft of a new zoning bylaw for  Electoral Area A:  August 1st and 2nd - 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Legion  Hall in Madeira Park  August 8th - 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Garden Bay Firehall,  located at 13303 Cellar Road, off Sinclair Bay Road In  Garden Bay  August 9th - 2:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Egmont  Community Hall  The bylaw, Bylaw 337, which would be a replacement bylaw  for existing Bylaw 96 (land use) and Bylaw 103 (subdivision),  would regulate land uses to be permitted and subdivisions to be  created in Electoral Area A.  If you are unable to attend any of these open houses, please  visit the Sunshine Coast Regional District Planning Department,  located In the Royal Terraces Building at 5477 Wharf Road in  Sechelt. Open houses during the first week of September will  also be held In Madeira Park, and this will be another opportunity  to view the bylaw. There will also be two copies of the bylaw  available in the Ranger Station Library.  Open  Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon.  1 ��� 4pm  6 New 1 Level Townhomes  Corner North Rd. & Reed Rd.  LOADED WITH EXTRAS  Display Unit #3 Wow Complete  Contact Lisa Keller 886-4680  Montreal Trust 278-8181  Another Quality Development by  HANS OUNPUU CONSTRUCTION  A Division of  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  886*4680  Canada's Parks and Historical Sites  Sources  of wonders!  They're all around you. In every part  of the Country. Canada's National  Parks and Historic Sites. Very special  places where our natural wonders  are protected and our ancestors are  remembered.  Staffed by friendly, knowledgeable  people, these unique places are there  for you and your family to discover.  To enjoy. And to cherish as part of  your own family's traditions. ,So make  them part of your travelling plans  this year.  For detailed brochures on Canada's  National Parks and Historic Sites  please call  (403) 292-4495  or write  Canadian Parks Service  P.O. Box 2989  Postal Station M  Calgary, Alberta  T2P 3H8  Canada   ���     ���     -    -a-aaa^ae-Jee-  ^MMMMIMi  ���MIUillilMMMMi Coast News, July 30,1990  13.  The Sunshine  Second Section  Teacher Talento studies lasers  A Sechelt teacher has just  returnisd from a Canada-wide  science teachers' conference  held at Queen's University in  Kingston, Ontario.  Romi Talento was one of 23  teachers selected from across  the country to attend the two-  week laser technology education  session paid for by Shell  Canada.  Lasers can spot cancerous  tumors, perform delicate surgical operations, create colourful light shows on the wall, and  send telephone messages.  They can also put an extra  shine on Talento's classes.  "It has really been an eye-  opener for me, to know the  great leaps being accomplished  with lasers and that Canada is in  the forefront of laser research.  This is something I can take  back to the classroom," says  Talento, a math-science teacher  who is moving from Pender  Harbour Secondary to Chatelech Secondary School in  Septemeber.  Laser (Light Aplification of  Stimulated Emission by Radiation) produces light at only one  wavelength, unlike a light bulb  which produces it at many.  Talento took part in the  Queen's University summer  program for science teachers, a  yearly two-week summer conference to update teachers'  classroom knowledge.  Last year's topic was earth  sciences. The conference on  lasers was organized by Queen's  physics professor David  MceLay.  Talento says the conference  has equipped him to tell his  students about research opportunities. "This was an opportunity to improve academically,  to learn more about Canadian  laser research, and to compare  notes with teachers from across  Canada," he says.  He and Canadian teachers  from east to west toured  Queen's laboratories and listened to professors explain the  nature of light, laser types and  uses,  Because he has a medical degree, Talento was particularly interested in the mediceal applications. "We've seen everything  from leaser use in general surgery  Sechelt Volunteer Firemen battled for 12 hours last week to put  out this fire in piles of wood waste at Suncoast Lumber and Milling on Field Road in Wilson Creek. See story below.  ���Anne Howard photo  Sechelt battles  Field Road fire  by Rose Nicholson  The Sechelt Volunteer Fire  Department spent 12 hours battling a fire that broke out in a  pile of wood waste at Suncoast  Lumber and Milling on Field  Road in Wilson Crwk on Sunday, July 22.  The Are broke out in a pile  that had been burned a few  weeks ago "and by the time we  got there the flames were >50 feet  high," Fire Chief Bill Higgs told  the Coast News.  "lt was pretty serious," he  continued. "It was one of the  hottest days of the year and the  whole place was tinder dry. The  mill next door and the ice plant  were threatened loo, and we  were afraid it was going to  spread into the standing timber.  "The fire had spread down  into the huge pile and we had to  get a machine in there to pull it  apart so we could get at it.  "We had ebeen out on a call  for a burning vehicle on Rat  Portage Hill, and when we got  back to the hall the alarm was  on, so we went out right away.  "The whole crew and most of  our equipment were there from  two o'clock in the afternoon to  past one o'clock the next morning. I had to get the Halfmoon  eBay Fire Department to stand  by for us in Sechelt, brcause it  left that area unprotected."  Asked if there was any truth  to the rumour that arson was  suspect^, Higgs said, "On no,  there was no question of that."  But Hazel Kwasney of Suncoast Lumber and Milling told  the Coast Netws that neighbours  had report^ swing someone on  the site shortly before the fire  broke out.  "But we're not sure," she  said. "We really don't know.  "The Sechelt Fire Department was wonderful," she went  on. "It could have been much  worse. They did a fine job."  to removing cancerous  tumors."  At Kingston General Hospital he observed how lasers perform delicate eye operations  and spot throat or skin cancers.  Talento visited the Ontario  Laser and Lightwave Research  Centre at the University .of  Toronto, the Ontario Science  Centre, and the National  Research Centre and the  National Science and  Technology Museum in Ottawa.  At the National Research  Centre he was introduced to  researchers studying nuclear fusion using lasers.  At Queen's, Talento saw  lasers create holograms, (three-  dimensional pictures) and how  they help us understand the  chemical structure of fluids.  Not to forget the historic  sites. Teachers visited Canada's  Parliament Buildings, toured  the historic Fort Henry and the  limestone-lined streets of  Kingston, the country's first  capitol.  Talento shared his British  Columbia teaching experiences  with educators from eight provinces, from Antigonish, Nova  Scotia to Prince George, British  Columbia. "There's a lot of interchange between teachers during lunch and break times. One  lunch hour, our group came up  with so many chemistry demonstrations we felt we should write  a book on it." he says.  The laser conference ended  Friday, July 13.  For further information  please call Anne Linscotl or  Ann Stevens at (613) 545-2035.  P.S. Queen's celebrates its'  150th anniversary in 1991.  Highway resumes  The .Stecret Caw-Wood Bay highway improvement projetct  will resume in October to complete a 2-km section by spring  1991.  Confirmation of Phase II of the project wk announced by  Area A Director and BC Liberal Party Leader >Gordon  Wlbon at Thursday's Sunshine Coast Regional District  meeting in Setchelt.  The project has a $2.8 million budget and work will be  done by 'day labour', employing load contractors.  Romeo Talento will take new laser understanding to Chatelech  this fall.  Exclus'"*  KERN'S  WhiteWestinghouse  t^ew/ee  Washer & Dryer...  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We do care and want to  give them the best attention  time will allow, to grow to fruition with all the glory and beauty  nature .bestows.  What does one do when  there's a water shortage, and  sprinkling is disallowed? No we  don't get up at five o'clock  sprinkling surreptitiously, as  sue3gested in "eCommetnt", we  as gardeners have more common sense than realized and  understand the motivation for  the restriction, Irt it apply to all  - including boat and car  washers.  The 'exeperts' advise some  little advia, but mulched plants  (with whatever you can obtain)  kereps the moisture retained  below the surface and thus  helps. So does using your bath  and shown watw applied by  watering can directly to the  roots.  Remember to deadhead all  finished blooms especially  roses. Piomer Park a foci  point, rates attention, what an  eyesore.  Regarding the ongoing  childrens' sunflower contest,  they will be judgd and measured and prizes given at the Fall  Fair, Saturday, Septemeber 8,  1990 at Gibsons Elementary  playing fields, Hwy. 101 at 11  am. Good luck kids.  COMMUNITY MEETINGS:  Right in your town!  For further information  Carol 886-7454  place: St. Mary's  Church Hall  Hwy. 101 & Park  We're herel Now Weight Watchers brings Its New Fast & Flexible  Program closer to you, through a more convenient way to lose  weight: Community Meetings. With our new 1990 program you'll  lose weight last, while living your normal, everyday lile���It's  easyl And talk about value: pre-paying for a series of meetings  saves you money.  JOIN NOW AND SAVEI  NEW FAST& FLEXIBLE PROGRAM  Dancing with the stars  Local plays In Les Miserables  by George Cooper  Sechdt and the Sunshine  Coast can take a very sp<ecial interest in Us Miseratries now  playing in Vancouver.  Jennifer Copping, daughter  of Bill and Loretla Copping of  Sechelt, is a member of the  ensemble and is understudy to  the part of Eponine in this  musical version of Victor  Hugo's epic, set in the time of  the French Revolution.  The company of Les Miser-  ablets playd Calgary in June,  opening, her dad said, "on her  19th birthday, June 9." The  final engagement of the company is a two-week run this fail  in Anchorage.  Since Jennifer's contract  guarantees her an appearance in  the role of Eponine, those of us  with tickets hope that the performance we attend will be the  one when she does do that part.  Since the 20 actors portray  340 characters, numerous costume changes are required.  "Jennifer in one scene starts  off wearing four layers of  costumes," said Bill Copping,  "and these are changed on the  run behind the backdrop.  "Altogether she plays about a  dozen roles from beggar, little  boy to a young grieving  woman."  "The director, Richard J.  Alexander, has told the cast the  stage work and the singing is the  equal of his New York company," said Loretta.  "The character of Eponine is  a demanding part," she added,  "with one song that is very  heart touching." 4  The whole play, the effects  and the music, catch the drama  of the story  perfectly.  The  Arts  Centre  A special Arts Council concert has been given generous  support from a numb.tr of load  metrchants and residents. Wind  and Wood, a flute and guitar  duo basd on the Gulf Islands,  will appear at the Arts Centre Ml  on August 4 at 8 pm and wUcT-SL  nicely complement the third annual Summer Craft Fair slated  for the same weekend.  This talented pair will perform selections from both the  jazz and the classical repertoires  as well as some of their own  compositions.  Tickets are available for $8  at: Coast Bookstore in Gibsons;  Talewind Books, Books and  Stuff and the Arts Centre in  Sechelt; Seaview Market in  Roberts Creek, and Lagoon  Connexions in Garden Bay.,As  with all Arts Centre events,  seating is limitd so get your  tickets early.  Contributions from Photo-  works, Cafe Pietrrot, CasXws  Flower, Quality Feeds, Dr.  Frank Anderson, and several  local individuals have enabled  the Arts Centre to have the concert outside of the regular  season.  The exhibition this wetek at  the Arts eCentre is a selection of  recrat .paintings by Gambier  Island resident Ursula Fritsch.  'Rhythms' shows to advantage  the artists own synthwis of the  influences of Paul Klee, Joan  Miro, Cezanne, the German Expressionists, and Wassily Kan-  dinsky, among others.  citizens at the barricades fighting for justice,, for instance, is  inded topical, and the injustice  of that society is portrayed  through the characters of Jean  Valjean and Famine. Refresh  your memory, as 1 did, by a visit  to the library.  In a TV series, 'Neon Rider',  starring Winston Rekert, that  b<tgins in September, Jennifer  has a substantial role as Karen  in the episode entitled 'Confessions in the Night.'  Last February she appeard  in her first speaking role in an  episode of 'Booker'. If the national Pharmasave ad pops up  in your favourite TV program  you will see Jennifer there.  She has twen in other commercials or 'messages' recently;  only her hands appear, for instance, in one for Mattel toys, a  voice over in one for Dorritos,  and an appearance in a T.R.Y.  (The Responsibility is Yours)  public message from the provincial government.  Last year in the Charlotte-  town Festival Jennifer appeard  in Anne of Green Gables playing Tillie Boulter, one of the  young ladies in Avonlea school.  The year before in 1988, Jennifer playd the same part in the  Festival as well as in the Ontario  tour of 'Anne'.  Looking back tluee and a  half years to a Vancouver production of Anne Mortifee's  Reflections on Crooked Walking, many of us remember Jennifer in her first profession^  singing-dancing role at age 16.  And looking back a little further still there was a support  role in the Theatre Under The  Stars Anything <Goh in 1986,  and high school productions  before that in New Westminster. Many of us h��e on the  Sunshine Coast remember Jennifer in the Dance Festivals and  then going on to win the 1986  finals in the Musical Theatre  section.  Along with dancing parts in a  MacGyver episode 'Cleo Rocks'  and another in 21 Jump Street,  'High High', Jennifer has had  speaking parts in the play Alexandra, the Lost Empress pro-  ducd in the 1988 Charlot-  tetown Festival, and a solo singing part in the CBC production  of the same play.  In 1988 Jennifer was awardd  the Artistic Director's (Walter  Learning) scholarship of $1000  for outstanding .performances  in the Charlottetown Fetstival.  "She has put that to good use  in further studies in voice and  theatre," said her parents.  Roberts  Creek  LEGION  FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER  Baron of Beef & Yorkshire Pudding  Reg. 18.00   Seniors 17.00  SECHELT LEGION BR. 140  6:00 Friday Nlte  Steak Supper  will continue through the month of  August  with a new added feature "Dessert"  compliments of  "Ye Olde English Doughnut Shoppe"  Sechelt  j Supper Hours - 6 pm to 8 pm  Dancing - 8 pm to 12 midnight  Member* A Gueeta Welcome  GET ORGANIZED  WITH  OPEN HOUSE  Saturday, August 1,  10 00    P00 p.m.  Sunday, August 5,  12:00    3:00 p.m.  1263 NORTH ROAD (by Chamberlin Road) GIBSONS  A landscape of meadow, orchard, pond and woods epitimlzes the ease ot ranch-style living in this  home that has been designed to harmonize with nature amidst Its 5 acre expanse. The 4 bedroom  6-year-old 1745 sq. ff: home offers privacy, quality and charm and the easy and open single-level  design boasts vaulted ceilings, rough cedar walls and beams, skylights, beautiful doors and windows  and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace. Vegetable gardens, cedar deck with spa. $225,000.  LEE/ROWAN  Fully adaptable  closet organizers  and storage systems  "lee/rowan  x X 4,       at QBS- Gibsons  \t :'T:":-H  lrTiimr-"'TtTTt~  DO IT YOURSELF  It's as easy as ABC"  ��� Check the display at GBS, Gibsons  ��� Take a free brochure  ��� Select the proper length of shelving  ��� Pick up the needed colour-coded hardware  ��� Custom fit to your needs at home  ��� Enjoy being organized.  I     TOOLS REQUIRED: Drill, Hammer, Screwdriver  Get organized the Inexpensive way  iw  GIBSONS  ANDERSON REALTY  Stan or Diane Anderson  ,5686 Cowrie Street. Sechelt 885-3211  Vancouver Direct 684 8016  885 2385 Home 885 2899 Fax  I leaeeeiM*   IHkaaeeM flake 1  BUILDING SUPPLIES!  HM141  SumMm Coait t  r(T<*4r��)Nt��l4] King of the Safecrackers  ^^^^^^^^~^^*^m^^mm^^a^^^maam.Msammmm^mm^^^^m^^^mmmm^mtm^^^^  The Reckoning  Coast News, July 30,1990  15.  by htm Trower  The rest-home's genteel promise is soon shattered by Herb's  first encounter with the Proprietress, a large Teutonic  woman who lays down the rules  of the house like a regimental  sergeant-major. Herb is aghast  when she informs him that r>art  of the admission procedure is to  take a bath. Not a shower, she  insists firmly, but a full tub immersion.  Herbert Emerson Wilson is  not a lover of baths. He keeps  his ebody clean enough by frequent washing but the idea of  immersing his entire person in  water has n��er appealed to  him. It is a phobia of long standing, dating back to his  traumatic baptism long ago in  London, Ontario. He raises  strenous objections.  The Proprietress summons  two hulking orderlies who forcibly undress him and deposit  him in the tub. They  energetically soap his liver-  spotted back and lather his thin  hair with tar soap. Herb, in utter despair and humiliation, sits  with his arms clutched protectively around his sagging,  wrinkled frame. Tears of total  frustration sting his eyes. It  ranks with the lower moments  of his long life.  To compound this cardinal  indignity. Herb learns that the  Proprietress has sent his entire  wardrobe to the dry cleaner's.  The bill comes to a staggering  $35. She informs Herb that he  must have more underwear. She  takes him shopping like a child  with his mother and picks out  for him a set of combinations  which cost $26. Both expenditure insult Herb's sense of  frugality. He and the Proprietress have another heated  argument.  All this unwanted excitement  and frustration takes its toll on  Herb's ailing heart. The chesl  Bentall  There is a special relationship  betwwn Barney Bentall and the  Legendary Hearts and the  Town of Gibsons.  The rock and roil band is at  the top of its profession right  now, having won the designation of 'Most Promising Group  of the Year' at the 1989 Juno  Awards in recognition of thdr  bestselling album entitled  'Something to Live For'.  Group leader Barney Bentall  has a home on Keats Island and  much of the award winning  album was written and rehearsed in Gibsons at Elphie's  Cabaret.  Nowadays, Barney Bentall  and the Lengendary Hearts no  longer play in cabarets and bars  - but Elphie's is the exception.  The special connection with the  local cabaret is the reason that  rock and roll lovers can see this  top group on Thursday and Friday of this week, August 2 and  3.  Bentall says his favourite  thing is still writing music and  it's a good bet, since he finds his  creative juices flow b��t on  Keats Island, that Elphie's  Cabaret will continue to be the  preview place for this very hot  Canadian band.  ( nasi \c\i\  NOTICE  BOARD  Nw Ownitirt Anonymous Ornip  For Inlo Jennifer 886-8329.  Uinta Outdoor Roller Skitlnj and  skateboard rink open for itie summer,  11am lo 7pm, 7 days a week Lol Ihe  good times roll.  luniMna Com Peace Committal will  nol be having meellngs In July and  August. Sm you In September.  bVf (Cant Aiioclitlon to Protect tin  Envlnnmant) will lorogo Ils regular  mootlngs ihis summer to help organize  tho Save the Georgia Strait Marathon  & Environmental Fair. Call 886-2473  and get Involved In this exciting event!  3rd Annuel Sunihlne Coail Ml antra Cratt Fair, Hackett Park, August 4  �� S, 10-4.  SC Liberal AamlaHon'i annual cruise  will boon Sunday, Aug. 19, Irom 2-7  pm. Everyone welcome. For Inlormation phono 885-2239.  SoiitH Abuie Survive" Oroup lor  women who were victims ol childhood  sexual abuse. Tuesday from 7 pm 'III  10 pm at the Action Society Olfice  (corner ol Dolphin and Inlet, Sechelt),  Contact: Detwrah 885-5680  ptini lie has t>een alleviating  with whiskey oxxur with great<er  frejquency. Wonted, the Proprietress sends him to the Vancouver General Hospital and  notifies Peter Sayko.  Audrey Sayko, who happetns  to be a patient in nearby St.  Paul's at the same time, recalls  this event:  "Peter came to visit me and  he said, 'You know who's dying  up at the General? Brother  Twelve, our old friend Herb  Wilson. He took sick at the nursing home. It's his Iwart.' I  never lital old Wilson much  but I felt a bit sad anyhow."  The reports of Herb's impending demise are a little  premature. The old safecracks  is not about to be written off  quite that easily. Miraculously,  he responds to rat and treatment. The frightening chest  pains subside.  In a few days he is released  with an admonition that he  must avoid stress. He has ebeen  prescribe nitroglycerine. The  irony does not escape him as,  somewhat shakily, he \ea\es the  hospital. His mind slips back to  the heyday tim�� when he use*d  to have a small taste of nitro  before pulling each job. Then it  was strictly for the lift. Little did  he imagine that one day he  would be ingesting the same  substance to keep himself alive.  The unpleasant experience at  the home for retired gentlemen  has soured Herb on such establishments. He will try to get his  old apartment back. Compared  with the horrors of rest homes  the threat of further forays by  the German seems by far the  lesser of two evils. Clutching the  familiar valises, he takes a bus  to the Miller Block.  Peter Sayko is dumbfounded  to find the man he has supposed  to be critically ill standing large  as life on his doorstep. Herb is  smiling.  "Hello, Peter," says Herb,  "I would like to rent the apartment again."  Sayko collects himself. "I'm  sorry, Herb," he says, "It's  already ebeen taken by someone  else."  Disappointmemt clouds the  old man's face. He knits his  brow. "I don't suppose...I  don't suppose you would consider taking me in as a  boarder," he implores. "You  know I have money. I'd make it  well worth your while."  "I'm sorry, Herb," Sayko  says quickly, "that just  wouldn't work out." He searchers for some way to break the  awkward and embarrassing impasse. "Why don't you check  with your young friend, .Louie,  over at the car lot?" he suggests. "He might be able to put  you up for a while."  Herb grabs at the suggestion  like a drowning man at a straw.  At the Thomas Motors car  lot Herb gets a friendly greeting  from Louie. "Glad to see you  up and around again,  oldtimer," he smiles.  Encourage, Herb has a  he*art-to-heart talk with Louie,  tells him of the odious rest  home, and confides his fear of  being alone. He offers to buy  Lou and his wife a house if only  they will take him in as a  .boarder. He really wouldn't in  terfere in their liv<es, and would  keep to himself most of the  time.  Louie is amenable to the idea  and at Heat's urging, phones  his wife. She veto�� the plan immediately. She has enough to do  looking after the kids and wants  no part of nurse-maiding a sick  old man.  Totally crushed, Herb briefly  considers phoning Amelia but  quickly dismisses the idea.  There has been too much rancour between them.  Herb returns to Sayko.  "Peter," he says desperately,  "you must know someone who  can take me in." He swallows  what is left of his pride. "I  haven't anywhe-re else to turn."  "Well," says Sayko, "I do  know of a Dutch woman who  takes retired boarders. I'll run  you over there."  The new rest home is not  quite so oppressive as the first  and Herb finds it marginally endurable. Nonetheless, within  two weeks he is stricken with a  major heart attack and rushesd  back to the hospital.  to be continued...  If DO IT UP  jOPEN: Tue. to Sat. 8 p.m. to 2 a.m  \Z3V\e7 ^   ���\vv-V\v  Wild Wiggle Wednesday,  "Suds Special", No Cover Charge,  First Wiggle on ustl  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  1  Towt  oi (fceCoodt  The phone rang at 8:30 am as I was on my way to work and I automatically  assumed that some-tliing tiad to be dealt with immediately.  But no, it wasn't a business call. Three old friends had run into each other and  were going for lunch. Could I join them at the Blue Heron?  With pleasure! My mouth watered as I remembered my last lunch there, when a  friend and I had shared an absolutely first class Caesar salad and a huge pot of  fresh and succulent steamed clams.  Today's lunch totally eliminated all agonizing aver menu choices. The only  selection was a full buffet, featuring fresh crab, prawns, and baked salmon; pasta,  potato, bean and green salads; pickled herring and salmon salad; two intriguing  cold combinations of cooked broccoli and chicken, and snow peas and oysters (I  may have got these two miMd up, but either way they sure tastetd good!); and hot  entrees which I never got to but which my friends praised, curried chicken and a  corned beef hash. Fruits abounded, and sweet tooths indulged in butter tarts and  cake.  The .beauty of a buffet is you can fill up on all your favouritw or as many as you  have room for - and the Blue Heron's selection certainly covered the sperctrum of  tastes (I've probably forgotten a few). The ve-getarian among us commented that  she'd had no difficulty in finding a variety of different and interesting offerings,  and the seafood fanatic launched into the giant prawns and crab legs with gusto.  We all completed our lunch with many sighs of satisfaction.  The Blue Heron's fine reputation has grown quickly, and while reservations are  aixeptetd for lunch, thery're mandatory for .dinner. And their edinner menu - now  that's a whole separate story.  Drop by and taste for yourself.  Average meal prices do not Include liquor.  FAMIIY DINING  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster House ��� With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere, ihe Omega is a people-  waicher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafoexi  are their specialties. Danquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average eiinner for two: S20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  Landing at 1538 Cower Point Rd.  8S6-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 11:30 am -10  pm. Fri and Sat 11:30 am - 10:30 pm.  Seals 145.  The Parthenon Greek Taverns  .Located on ihe esplanade in downtown  Sechelt. Wc specialize in Greek eCuisine,  fresh seafood, steaks, pasta, and pizza.  Open 6 elays a week - Tues. through  Thurs., from 11 am ��� 10 pm and Fri. &  Sat., II am - II pm. Wc are open for  lunch - try our daily luncheon specials.  Lunch is served from 11 am - 3 epm.  Reservations reuemmended. We also  have take-out ��� pizza, rites, pasta, Greek  food and much more! 885-1995 or  885-2833. Kalhcrina - Hostess.  Pronto's tostuuranls Two locations  to seivc you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne,  rites, souvlaki in a delightful family at-  ileiespeScrc. I'hiklecn's menu available. AU  dinner entrees include garlic bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  walerfronl view (eagles ami humm- meal for four ateoul S15-S20. eUxaied at  ingNrds are a common sight) from the Wharf Rd., Sechelt, 885-1919: and on  Andy's Restaurant- Every Wednesday nighl is Prime Rib Night. House  specialties include veal dishes, sicaks,  seafood, pasla, pizza. Thai food, and lots  of NEW dishes. Don't miss Andy's great  Brunch Bullet evcrv Sunelay from  llam-2:30. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 88M388.  Cafe Pierrot- comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and daily  specials are all prepared wilh the frcshesi  ingredients - both healthful and delicious.  Our whole wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are leaked fitsh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, lake out orders  for the beach and cappucino are  available. Live entertainment mosl  weekends. The Coast's bistro...as unique  as ihe Coast ilself. Mon. 9-5, Tues.  -Thurs. 9-8pm, Fri. & Sat. 9-9pm. Sunday closed. Teredo Square, Sechelt.  885-9962. Reservations recommended.  Coast Club Cafe- Bright, open,  casual elining for breakfast and lunch.  Fresh is the order of ihe eiayfeer all of our  menu hems. Big burgers, pasta tlishes,  Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and  a variety of daily features. An adult environment with European (lair, which offers dining a reasonable prices. Open  from 5 un daily. Join us for weekend  brunch. 5519 Wharf Ave., Sechelt,  885-9.144. Visa and Mastercard accepted ���  seating for eSO.  Baetkeddy Pub - Enjoy the beautiful  NK.H1 ON lilt  /(H\\  Hue Heron Inn-For lunches and dinners. Fully licenced. Closed Sunday  lunch, all day Monday, and Tuesday dinner. For reservations ephone Launfc or  Heaths. 885-3847.  Creek House - Intimate elining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, dams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations receemmended. Robots Geek Road and Beadi  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. ���dosed  Mondays & Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seats.  I^ird Jim's Resort Hotel-a tranquil view of Thormantry Island and die  Malaspina Straits set the theme for a  beautiful night out. Super friendly people,  the international cuisine, comfortatxee  surroundings, soft music and good wine  always add up to make yours a night to  remember. With Hvt music in our kxinr  every weekend and reasonable room rites  with a Imted iwinurang pool and games  room, aa our guests fed al borne and tt  ease. So, for a night out or a get-away  weekend give us a cat, Starting June I,  summer hours for the restaurant will be:  Breakfast A Lunch, 7 am to 2 pm; Dinner  6 pm to 10 pm; seven days a wed. For  reservations or more informalion call  885-7038.  Mariners' Restaurant - On the  waterfront wilh one of the most spectacular vieves in Gibsons, the Mariners'  specializes in fresh and live seafood, and  also offen a full ranfe of lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change daily,  with ddidous daily specials. Marine  Drive, Gibsons Landing, M6-2334. .Man-  day to Saturday: Lunch 11-3, Monday to  Saturday: Dinner M0 nd Sundav 5-9,  Sunday Brunch 11-3.100setts. V. MC.  Ilkt Wharf ��� Opm for breakfast,  hatch and dinner seven days a week.  Bkn^takinf ocean view and sunsets  ftom amy table. Continental cuisine and  setfooda its beat. Sunday Brunch firm  II am - 2 pm. Fully tkxnted and air-  flM  l)l\l\(,  Hie Terrace al Boa,rMrook-With  an ocean panorama, The Terrace at Bon-  niebrook, located on the waterfront at  Gower Point, offers superb West Coasl  cuisine in a picturesque and relaxing lodge  setting. For those seeking finer dining and  a higher standard of service we offer fresh  Ind K food, expertly prepared and  preaeswd in a varied rnenu of appetizers,  entrees and desserts for hatch aid dinner.  Follow Gower Point road to Ocean Beach  Esplanade. Breakfast, 6-9:30; Lunch,  11:30-2; Dinner, S:30.9;30. Sunday  Brundi, 9-2; Afternoon Tea, Saturday,  2-4. Ooaed Mondays. Lunch and Dinner  reservation recommended.  Business  ^t&sSF*" **"���*��� *���"  maided. Hwy. Nl, Davfc Bv. HS-7283.  Backeddy Marine Pub. Enjoy ihe deck as  wdl as the separate family dining area,  teoth with a relaxing attnosephere. Bring  your appetite.- for our home-style  Skeeeekumburger or our great Fish & chips.  We're open for breakfast at 9 a.m. and  dinner is served from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.  ���Located vi mile north of Egmont on  Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub -  Great food every day all day. Apepctizcrs  and full menu along with terrific daily  specials, available till 9 pm every night.  We're knowi for our great atmosphere  and good times. Sun. - Thurs. open 'till  midnight, Fri. t Sat. open till I am.  Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. 88MI71.  Irvine's Landing Marine Pub -  Excellent lunches, dinners and appetizers  served in a friendly and casual walerfronl  (Mb setting overlooking the mouth of  Pender Harbour. Prime rib every Saturday. Free moorage available for boaters  visiting with us. We're located at the end  of Irvine's Landing Road, and we're open  7 days a week from 11 am to 11 pm. Pub  open llam-llpm. Kitchen open 11am-  10pm. Call 883-1145.  Highway 101. across from Gibsexis  Medical Clinic, Gitesons, 8864138.  Ruby Uke Resort - iVturesque  lakeade setting, post-and-beam dining  room, children's play am and tame  swans are pan of Ruby lake Resort's  ctiarm. Sunday smorgasbord features  Iwon of beef and other Ikx meal dishes,  a beautiful salad bar and homemade  desserts, starts all epm. Absolutely superb  prime rib on Friday. Breakfast from 6:30  am, lunch from 11 am and dinner from  4:30 to 8 pm. Daily specials, licenced,  reasonable prices, menus have something  for everyone, on and off-premises catering. Hwy 101 just north of Pender Harbour, good highway access and parking  for vehicles of all sizes. 883-2269.  f M IN - TAKE Ol I  Ernie & Gwen's Drive In- Take  out, or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice  cream. Free home delivery within 4 miles,  after 6 epm only, on SI0 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under SI0. Open  late every nighl. Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-7813.  *am Coast News, July 30,1990  m  i  SC Golf set Country Ci  Men's summer medal play  Ball Blasters  Slo-pitch winners  by Mark Henson  The Ball Blasters won the  play-offs of the Cedars Mixed  Slo-Pitch League by defeating  the Commuters 6-3 in a well  played game last wwk at  Brothers Park.  Commuters jutnixd out to a  1-0 lead when Dan Chappel  knocked in a safe-hitter, Bruce  Cranston, Hie second inning  was scoreless. In the third,  Commuters went up 2-0 when  Jay Turner hit in Ken Commuter from second base.  In the fourth inning Blasters'  Dean Johnson got to second  base and Grant Gill safely hit  linn home to make the score  2-1. Ball Blasters' Denis  Hostland evened the score 2-2  when he cracked in Big Grant.  The Commuters took over  the   lead   3-2   when   Bruce  Cranston strokrf in Terry Kennedy in the fifth inning.  The BlMtCTS wemt to work in  the sixth when Mel Dempster  smashed a triple to score Mark  Storvold and Rob Brietzke.  Before the inning wits over,  Dean Johnson got Mel in from  third for a 5-3 lead.  In the sixth inning, the Commuters were threatening a few  times but did not score any  runs.  In the last inning, Blasters'  Larry Ostroski slugged a  homerun to give his team a 6-3  advantage.  With last bats, the Commuters got runners on base but  again they were stymied by the  Blasters defense.  This was the Ball Blasters second championship in a row  after being in the finals the past  three seasons.  byftart Nmm  The Men's Summer Meedal  was played on July IS, a  ebeeautiful warm and sunny day  with the overall winner tieing  John Revington who beat out  Gary Robinson on the first  playoff hole. Gary and John  both had finislKd with a ntt M,  necessitating the play off.  Overall low gross was Bill  Sneddon with a gross 701  The remaining winners were,  first flight, Low Gross wemt to  Mike Mannion; 1st low net  went to Gordie Cook; 2nd low  net to Bill Aniens; 3rd low net  to Paul Smith. In srcond flight  we had Wally Wood with low  gross; Luke Lappin with low  net; John Petula 2nd low net;  Len Mitten 3rd low net. Third  flight had Bill Oakenfull with  low gross; Dave Harman with  low net; Harry Cargo with 2nd  low net and Bill Clark with 3rd  low net.  The 18 hole ladies 'Medal  Round' had the following winners. In first flight Pat Vaughan  wits winner with a net 67 followed by Isabel Rendleman with a  69 (bb9) and Jean Dean third  with net 69. Second flight had  Kay Budd coming in first with a  net 72, followed by Jo Emerson  a net 73 and Jean Trousdell with  net 75. Third flight winners  were Nan Nanson nd 73 (bb9),  Marcela Smith second and E.  Woodman third.  The Senior men had 75 out  on Thursday July 19 with 2  guests playing an Irish Pinehurst. The low net winners were  Bill Bader's group consisting of  three pairs. Bill and Guy  Lewell; Bob Mackenzie and  Lome Granger; plus Jack  Knats and John Dayton.  Second pla�� had five pars in  a tie, consisting of Andy (the  great) Gray and Jack Ross; Bill  Mathecson (of tennis fame) partnered with Jim Nielson; Bert  Hobbs with Dave Doig; Bob  Scott with Dave Hunter (from  Hopkins); Tor Ore with Carl  Covernton. The woeoden award  went to the fine fivesome insisting of yours truly and four  othCTs, who have all teen in the  news so many times I won't  mention therm .again this week.  The closest to the pin award was  captured from Jack Knaus this  week by none other than Bill  (Deadeye) Sutherland.  The twilighters had Harriette  Cargo and Harry Johnson taking low net with a 25Vi. Low  putts went to Mary McKinnon  and Walt Faulafer (the inventor  of faulaferizing) with only 12  putts. The special prize donated  by Radio Shack at Gibsons  went to George Pare for the  longnt drive.  The twilighters have devel-  op<ed a new term for the golf  manuals to go along with pitching and chipping. It has teen  nanwd 'Faulaferizing'. This  shot is somewhat like pitching  but more exacting as to weight,  as it involves stopping on the fr  inge just short of the actual  gran. It is a difficult shot,  useful mainly in twilight play,  where the 'least putts' are an  important part of the game.  Faulaferizing has teen devel  oped to a fine point by one of  our members who I am sure  would be willing to instrua  otters in this latest golf stroke  (no mention was made of a  charge for same).  Reference: Point Atkinson  Pacilic Standard Time  For Steewteueeecheek Naeecma aeid  I le, 40 mm. plua 5 min. lex MCle It. ol em,  teed 7 eeelee. toe node le ol tall  TIDELINE MARINE  5637 Wharf Rd. Sechell  885-4141  9.9%  FINANCING  MC ��� 1 Year Term  (Boats In Stocky  lemstalk's Hunting  & Fishing Supplies  Men's softball  HANDGUN AND AMMO SALE  All-Star game  by Mark Benson  Last weekend ihe Cedars Pub  hosted its first annual Mixed  Slo-Pitch All-Star game at  Brothers Park. Representatives  from all 12 teams divided into  two squads for the big game.  The 'Evens' (Blasters, Commuters, Pigs, Coors, GBS,  Wrecks) hung on for a 9-8 victory over the 'Odds' (Stenner's,  A&G, Cedars, GAB, Creekers,  Wahoos). Pig Heidi Snowden  hammered in the game winning  RBI.  Team members for the  Evens: Michelle Whiling, Grant  Gill (Blasters), lngrid Turner,  Jay Turner (Commuters), Heidi  Snowden (Pigs), Linda  Schneider, Clint Thompsen  (���Coors), 1 rish Wray (GBS), and  eLce Anne lilis, Dave Cudlipp,  Dennis Berry (Wrecks).  For the Odds: Tina  Johansen, Dale Boghean, Ken  Makeif (Stennei 's), Lexa Prom-  fret, Bev Drombolis, John Prit-  chard (A&G), Joe Musgrove  (Cedars), Shelley Hanson, Kim  Inglis (GAB), Bruce Chester-  man (Creekers), and Trish  Mar tell, John Broadhead  (Wahoos).  The All-Star umpire w��e  Barry Lynn and Stevie  (Wonder) Hoops.  In the Skill Testing Competition Results for 1990-Women's  Longesi Hit, Bev Drombolis  (A&G); Men's Longest Hit,  John Pritchard (A&G);  Women's B��t Throw Home,  Kelly Lynn (Coors); Men's .Best  Throw Home, Dave Cudlipp  (Wrecks); Women's Longest  Throw, Lee Anne Ellis  (Wrecks); Men's Longest  Throw, Ray Hladysh (Blasters).  The players of the Slo-Pitch  league would like to take this  opportunity to thank Uncle Bob  at the Cedars Pub for his much  appreciated support.  The 1990 men's softball  season will go down as the year  of the upset as the first year  Bayside .Millers from Gibsons  won the championship.  The first round saw them  upset defending pitcher's champion Wakefield 5-2 in a terrific  duel.  The other first round gam<es  saw Seatruckers teat Roberts  Creek 5-0, Cedars Pub beat  favoured Youngbloods 8-1 and  BA Blacktop upset the Beach  Buoys 5-1.  Round two saw Bayside shut  down Cedars tW) in an all Gibsons battle. The other game saw  BA Blacktop hold off  Seatruckers 9-7 as the  Seatruckers fell behind early  then staged a furious comeback  that fell just short.  The final was two completely'  different   games   as   Bayside  totally shut down BA in game  one, winning 8-0.  In game two the teams stages)  a real slugfest with Bayside  squeaking by BA 12-11 scoring  the winning run in their least  bats. Congratulations Bayside.  Bad Hunter Seemm Slmtiii  WLTP  WilerfWet Inn 16 3 0 32  YountNoodi 13 4 1 23  Cedent Pub 111 111  WBdwInd 10 9 0 20  W���� Sox 7 11 0 14  emmen 3 IS t 5  Wanton 1 II ( 1  Seatnckm li 3 0 31  123 2 24  US IIS  117 I a  Cretan 111 111  sum  SHIM  5649 Tarado St.. Sachelt  (Gr��sen Gablea  Building) m-JjB  885-4090  TOURIST AND RECREATION GUIDE  ar  w  Sunshine Coast  Hoi Spots and Hints  LOCATION: PRODUCTION:  Tmmp FAIR  Camplyng FAm/BOOO  DM! lie/ FAIeVtOOD  TrM Wand FAIA/OOOD  .Marry liland FAID/OOOD  Pint! KNk FAIR/8000  EpieM r*m fair/bom  Uiqmtl Island 1000  Singittr liUnd MOO  Tends Mind 0000  liiejaln Hubwr eJOOD   FAB  Fishing has definitely picked up this last week with the appearance ol coho irom  .Epsom Point to Gibsons. Most local spots are picking up coho trom 4 -10 lbs Spring are also being taken In numbers in most spots ��� Lowes Resort repotted a 23  lb. er taken in Bargain on Friday. Two spots to try would be Sangster il you can get  out there, and Trail Islands lor smaller boats. There's also rumours ol coho being  laken in Snake Bay (across Irom the SIB hatchery). The glamour of baseball  Great expectorations  Coast News, July 30,1990  17.  HyJanMlctwdslw-iiian  Recent emigres from the late,  great state of mind popularly  known as Cally-fornia, Denise  and I had been fortunate  enough to discover and instantly snag the home of our dreams  on Halfmoon Bay, just 13  kilometres from the booming  metropolis of Sechelt.  A Vancouver millionaire's  love nest cum weekend retreat,  we were poised to move in as  soon as the ink was dry on the  legal documents. To .begin  salmon fishing from our  backyard. Monitoring the trajectory of eagles as they  swooped down and in to check  on the gastronomical appeal of  our six cats. Nodding out in the  jacuzzi with its planetarium-like  view.  But the almost ex-owner insisted on a month's grace .before  pulling up stakes. We would  have to cool our hwls or there  would .be no deal. (Have you  ever discovered how difficult it  can be to dicker and wheedle  with people who simply don't  4  THE SUNSHINE COAST'S  NEWEST RECREATION  ROLLER SKATING  at Brothers Park,  Gibsons 886*9744  Thurs., Sun. 11-7  Public Skating  Fri. 11-4, Public  4-7 Teens only  SM. 11-4 Public  4-9 Adults only  Closed Mon., Tues. A Wed.  need the money?).  We wound up hunkering  down in my mothCT-in-law's  (finislwd) .basement in South  Burnaby, wheat the tent (nil)  almost oompitnsatri for the  view (nil). I didn't have to hole  up in the .basement - I could  have vmturcd upstairs. But  there was that 27" Sony with  remote and table, and all those  baseball gam��!  It wits enough to make me  spit for joy, but the boys of  summer beat me to it and did it  better. You can make it to the  majors without being able to  bunt worth a damn, but if you  can't expectorate with style and  panache, you're looking at a  care-er limited to Nat Bailey  Stadium.  Not having access to Cable-  TV in North Hollywood, 1 had  grown out of touch with the fine  art of spitting as practised in the  National and American leagues.  In my wood-panelled bunker  in Burnaby, I was flooded  Noah-like with baseball and  (Keans of freshwater spit. Full  out goober hawks contrasted  starkly with somewhat effete  -but less revolting - t��th squirts.  And all of this brought to me in  living colour and extreme close-  up, to say nothing of interminable instant replays.  There would seem to be two  basic varieties of spit - colourless and brown. It used to be  that a wadded cheek resembling  a terminal tumor meant a  stream of brown juice all over  home plate. (Or uniform,  depending on the wind shear).  No more. Today many  players secrete half a dozen  packages of their preferred  brand of bubble gum betwixt  cheek and gums, while the real  traditionalists feature discreet  wads of Red Indian or Leif the  Lucky.   Interestingly  enough,  the tobacco chewers have by far  the better aim and control of  their expectorations. (Denise  ebelieves this is so because bubble gum jiucc is less dense that  that produce-d by tobacco).  As I flip the channel from  Expos to Blue Jays to Mariners  day in and day out for a month,  it dawns on me that it is not only the players who And wanton  expectoration to be an absolutely essential part of their life on  the diamond. Au contraire.  Coaches spit while flastiing  signs. Umpires spit vigorously,  .especially while in the midst of  ejecting a manager from the  game.  Managers spit, too, often in  perilously closer proximity to  the shiny black shoe-s of the umpire's than I would ever venture.  I have seen tight close-ueps of  batboys (and ball girls) spitting  -usually on themselves - in  emulation of their heroes or in  disgust at blowing another  weakly hit dribbler which they  failed to scoop up with their  outsized fielder's mitts. Fans  would very much like to spit,  but the chantxs of spitting on  another fan are simply too great  to warrant the risk of the consequence's. (Denise says this is  why fans yell, instead).  As the days and the games  flew by, this onslaught of  goober and slobber was, at  worst, aestheticaly off-putting.  But I was able to tolerate it by  evolving a complicate system  of evaluating and judging the  subtler (Mints of this folk art.  But where there is tolerance,  can acceptanre and, yes, even  identification be far behind?  One day, during the second  game offered up by TSN, I actually found myself spitting in  disgust - because of the outcome  of a botctwd double play - all  over my mother-in-law's carp<et.  I was startlesd to discover that  I'd put the chew to seven pieces  of Trident Sugarless bubble-  gum.  "Ya lie down with dogs, ya  get up with fleas," was all  Demise had to say, as she sank  to her knejes and attempted to  erase any trace of my spittle  from the indoor Astroturf.  But the game*s kept on coming, and the participants kept  on spitting. I went so far as to  cruise a few antique stores on  the off chance of finding an old-  fashionesd brass spitoon at  under $1000 dollars, but I knew  this was a pipe dream. So I  ebegan spitting into Dixie Cups,  like a few of the big leaguers do.  I ultimately concluded that,  at its best, baseball has always  been a game of Great Expectorations. As for the wherefore  and why of spitting being such  an integral part of the sport,  well, it beats the Dickens out of  me!  Gibsons  Swimming Pool  Cill 886-9415 for further information  Summer Schedule  July 2 ��� July 27  MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY  7:30-8:30 Early Bird Swim  (Lengths)  8:30-9:30 Aqua-Fit  9:30-12:30 Lessons  12:30-1:30 Noon Swim  TUESDAY A THURSDAY  9:30-12:30 Lessons  We are now taking Registration for  N.L.S. (pool option) course to be held this  fall. If interested please call 886-9415. See  Lynn Giampa for further Information.  an  Publication of this schedule  sponsored by  Super Valu  Police news  TERMINAL  forestProductsLtd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK  886-7033  {Johnson  CLEARANCE  SALE  16' Double Eagle Boat Packages  On Thursday when two  young offenders stole a 14 foot  aluminum boat and motor (15  hp Evinrude) from Plumper  Cove Marine park, an observer  telephoned the RCMP.  Within ten minutes the two  young offenders were apprehended on the high seas, the  boat returned to Plumper, and  the young offenders brought to  Gibsons.  It should be noted that the  RCMP had to drive to the  police boat moorage and get  outside in the channel in that  short time.  Another instance, too, of  public alertness and assistance.  Show Piece Gallery's noti��  .board valtKd at $500 was taken  from the premises at some time  between 5 pm and 9 am July 23  to 24.  If you have any information  concerning this theft, call the  RCMP or Crimestoppers at  886-TIPS.  On Friday, July 20 at about  10:30 pm a 15 year old youth  was assaulted by two r.ien as he  walked home along North  Road.  The assault took plan in the  vicinity of the Sunshine Lodge.  ^ -^L^'-^SS;  One man attacker is described as wearing a blue nylon jacket and perhaps jogging pants;  about 20 years old, 6 foot 3 inches and weighing about 230  pounds.  The other attacker wore a red  baseball cap with the peak of  the cap,at the back of his head.  Weight about 150 .pounds, 5  foot 9 inches tall, slim build.  This man, age about 25, appeared to have a swollen or  deformed right ear.  Call immediately with any information regarding these two  attackers to the RCMP or  Crimestoppers 886-TIPS. ,  Exhaust  Fumes  Are Deadly  Exhaust fumes leaking  into the passenger  compartment are very  hazardous to your health.  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Tlcketi  Out ol Town   SI 50   31.00 .76       SI 25/rMa  In Town           .75        75 .71  These transportation schedules sponsored hy  SmmlRqmm  INSURANCE TRAVEL  1   88t-2000 886-9255  Had Carpet Urelee From Frlendlr Protaaehnala in Sunnycmt Mal), Qltaona.  ;M!p,  ITP  Irem SPECIALIZING IN  INSURANCE & TRAVEL  SAVE ON  INSURANCE  ��� Homeowners ��� Tenants  ��� Mobile Homes  ��� Business ��� Boats  ��� Group & Disability  ��� Lite ��� RRSP  ��� Computers  ��� Travel  ClllJrtepto  Notary Public  "Red Catye*  SAVE ON TRAVEL  ��� Cruise Specialists ��� Tours  ��� Money Saving Specials  ��� Medical & Travel Insurance  ��� West Coast Explorers Travel  Club Escorted Tours  ��� Ticketing - On Premise  Direct Computer Hook-Up  ^ SuhcwwI l\qwm  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  INSURANCE 886-2000  TRAVEL 886-9255  White slams  ferry service  Coast News, July 30,1990  19.  YOU DONT  HAVE TO BE  HAMMERED  TO BE  IMPAIRED...  COUNTERATTACK  ROADCHECKS  Ferry service plans announc-  ed July 12 by Highways Minister Rita Johnson are a slap in  the lace to the Sunshine Coast,  says NDP candidate Howard  White.  White says service on tehe  region's main link to the lower  mainland has broken down and  the government doesn't seem to  care. The Langdale ferry has  been chronically behind schedule since early summer and  there are no plans for any kind  of short term remedy, says  White. "Long-term plans announce by the minister, far  from curing the problem, will  make it worse."  This summer's experience has  shown that one 330 car C-Class  jumbo ferry like the Queen of  CoquiUam or the Queen of Oak  Bay can no longer handle the  Howe Sound route during .peak  months, according to White.  "My office has been fltxxfcd  with horror stories. One family  spent 23 hours in the lineup in  the course of making a single  visit to Gibsons. People have  waited until 10 PM for the 8:20  from Langdale and then Ixen  left in Langdale overnight. Service has collapsed."  But Johnston's plans call for  an even smaller, slower ferry,  Ihe 320 car Queen of New Westminster, to be used on the  Langdale run next summer.  When it is re-powered in 1992 to  make it faster, it will placed on  the mid-island run and the  Queen of Coquitlam will tie  Sunshine Coast  Services  Directory  MARINE SERVICES  ��� MISC SERVICES  OCEAN DYNAMICS LTD.  Marin & Mtckuical Eiginiering Design  Boat eSi General Marine Surveys  Dock Design 6t Construction  *UeM3-��24  merCrui/er  Mercury Outboards  WW RB Ha*lDDCCK MARINE ltd.  Garden Bay. BC      "*^V!S"S       883-2811  PENINSULA INDUSTRIAL  & LOGGING SUPPLIES  PORT  MELLON  & GIBSONS  ��� Wire Rope & Rigging  ��� Welding Supplies  ��� Hydraulic Hose & Fittings  ��� Misc. 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DOLPHIN ALARM  SYSTEMS LTD.  Burglary ��� Fire  M  Music & Sound ��� Intercoms Don Wilson  RR#4 S15 C17     Bus. 886-9144  Gibsons. B.C.    Bes. 886-3304,7  Complete, Contidentnl, & Professional      \  BUSINESS ft PERSONAL OFFICE SERVICES  .883-991 \J  fUndacaping for a Dlatlnctlve Deiign  (fenplete service Irom design to irrigation Installation plus  new shrub plantings. Installation ot large trees and  hedges lor privacy, palios, lawn Installations and retaining walls. Over 500 plant species lo choose tram lor your  own design. Call lor a Iree estimate.  ��M.M����MMIHrt.l��I^Tl��Fm��6l��-q06)   ,  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding > Posts & r  Chris Nipper 686-3466  R.RJ4, S6. C78.  ^pibtont. B.C. VON 1VO  lanlng i  & teams       .a  A   LA  dm  return^ to the longdate run.  "This is just more of the  second-class treatment cottst  people are used to getting from  Victoria," White says. "BC  Ferries has a slow, small ferry  they can't use on the island run,  so the government sticks us with  it and takes our present one.  Two years from now we'll just  be getting back to the capacity  we have now, which is already  inadequate."  White has taken his concerns  directly to BC Ferries General  Manager Rod Morrison, who  told him the Langdale schedule  might have to be lengthened  next summer to give the slower  vessel more time to make the  round trip. A small 85 or I00  car ferry may be placed on the  run for backup during the summer, but no decision will be  made on this until next spring.  "1 consider this outrageous,"  White says. "We have a crisis in  our ferry service right now, and  the government's response is to  do nothing for a year then hand  us a patchwork service that will  be even worse. Our MLA Harold Long is a member of the BC  Ferries board of directors, and  he ought to give up if he can't  do better for us than this."  Regular ferry users are so incensed they have begun holding  a series of meetings aboard the  ferry and White pri*dicts there  will tie protest action if the  situation does not improve. He  is urging BC Ferries to hold an  immediate review of problems  with its Sunshine Coast service,  which include crowding on the  Saltery Bay and Texada Island  runs as well as Langdale, inadequate service on the Westview-  Comox run, and safety problems both at sea and at the  Horseshoe Bay terminal.  Fish farm  closures  by Caryl Worden  Foreign banks and senior  governments are the culprits  behind financial hardships be-  /mg felt locally in the wake of  | fish farm closures according to  SCRD Director Gordon Wilson.  The SCRD clarified its position at Thursday's board  meeting on assistance to local  companies that are caught in the  aftermath of the collapse of  aquaculture enterprises. Local  business was faced with  $2<>0,000 in unpaid bills alio  Aquarius Sea Farms was recent  ly put into receivership.  Wilson said many people  were confused following recent  reports on SCRD recommendations in the matter, adding that  Ihe perception was thai ihe  SCRD was in favour of government 'bail outs' for fish farms.  At its July 12 meeling, the  SCRD voted lo send a letter to  the Ministry of Agriculture and  Fisheries asking that the ministry "immediately intercede to  ensure that merchants with unpaid bills are left in a favourable  .position."  Effluent  Continued from page 1  "And in all our discussions  with the board, I can't  remember any time that lite  board said, 'Thou shall use effluent water'," Wilson said.  Gurney replied that while  bulk water rates would be made  available when the engineering  firm report was in, Ihe SCRD  would still ask Sechelt lo consider sewage effluent, which is  commonly used by many oilier  golf courses.  Wilson said thai storage then  becomes a problem. " I here is a  60 day waiting period before it  (effluent) can be used. Imagine  the storage needed for a million  or more gallons," Wilson said.  "Hopefully wc can reach a  solution soon, at the price lhal  (he SCRD promised, a fair and  suitable price for bulk water,"  he added.  U#V   ��� m H cejerf ret teeeeds  rMI" 19  <Onl�������  "I  Km fXMeple (a quarler of Ihe  veeeoeHef I (aoawlation) will be  by lie* ywr 2000.  mat \9w% Ueeemtv remmstena^  ^amm^   Ml Cheep* St. Oeluwej,     _  *T^  Ontario KIN 727 (W)  '"���    W3U3J-356? VT/  Sueeessfull) completing Ihe "Let's Be Roiilwisv" course are:  Back Row - Sam Walker (Cdr.l, Rita Zotoff (Inst), Kicky Charboneau. Centre Row - Kddy Lee, Jennifer Bisson-Monpetit,  Alee/ah Charboneau, Michael* Bisson- Monpetit. Front Row  -Yvonne Taacock, Melissah Charboneau, Matthew MacDonald,  David Mm Kin.  Power squad  safety course  A class of 10 children sue- A brief but moving ceremony  cessfully completed the "Let's followed with congratulations  Be Boatwise" power squadron and certificates printed with  course sponsored by the Royal Pender Harbour Power & Sail  Canadian Legion Branch 112.       Squadron   Commander   Sam  The course was taught by     Walker. Heather MacKay was  Rita Zotoff for live consecutive     'he only student unable to al-  days at the Bright Side Resort      'end because of an unfortunate  with   the  beftutlful   Katherine     case of sunstroke.  Lake as a background. At times  the attention and concentration  of the students was interrupted  by shouts of glee from the  swimmers in the lake, but the  thinking caps did work on the  final day. The marks were all  outstanding, the lowest being 96  per cent and two students with  100 per cent.  f NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  New Testament Church  Sechelt Arena  Sun. Worship Service     10:30 am  Wed Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morning Prayet        6-30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat.  New Lile Christian Academy  Fiiioltintt Kindergarten ��� Grade 12  Pastor Ivan Fox  Principal. Davis Clitt  Phone 885 4775 or ,985-2672  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15am  SundaySchool 11:15 am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Rev. Stan Seats  Church Telephone 8136 2333  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  School Rd . opposite RCMP  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  f'honp Church Ollice 886-7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886 7107  Youth Parlor J. Meirhs ,386-3499  Affiliated witti tlie Pentecostal  eXssemblies ol Canada  CHRISTIAN  SCIENCE SOCIETY  ee. tie.. Qteene Coutt Hall  Me-elusa SI., Spchplt  Sitnelay Services 11:00 am  Foi Information, please call:  885 2506 Ol 885 3688  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  telephone: 886 2611  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Worship Service 11:00am  Hour of Inspiiation 7:00 pm  Cal Mclver. Pastor  Arlys Pe'lers. Music Minister  'llw Bible as il is...  for People as Ihey are."  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in Sunday Woiship  ChileitRit's Progress 9:45 am  Ptaynr 10:00 am  Morning  Woiship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  Pastoi Monty McLean  886-7049  LIVING FAITH  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & Coast Highway  Davis Bay 885-2202  Rev. Frank W. Schmitt. Pastor  Sunday Worship 11:00 am  Sunday Church School  Starts Sept. 9  Come Grow With Us  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  St. Bartholomew's. Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aidan's. Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North 886-7410  The Anglican Parish of  St. Aidan & St. Bartholomew  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  Lagoon Road. Madera Park  Morning Worship 10:00 am  Prayer 8, Bible Study  Wednesday 7:30 pm  ,383-2374 8. eS83-9441  Pastor Mike Klassen  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30 am  SI Hilda s Anglican Church  Evening Woiship    7 pm in homes  Wednesday  Bible Sludy 7:30 in homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Paster  885 7488 Office 885 9707  fe      THE ANGLICAN  G*V CHURCH OF CANADA  St. Hilda's. Sechelt  1st Sunday ��� Aug. 5. Sepl. 2  9 am H.E. & M.P.  Other Sundays  8 & 9:30 am H.E. & M.P.  St. Andrew's ��� Pander Harbour  Regular Sun. Worship     11:30 am  885 5019 Rev. June Malfin  'We extend a  Warm Welcome lo all"  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  6:30 pm Pender Harbour  Sunday  8:45 am Indian District  9:45 am Holy Family Sechelt  11:15 am St. Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st & 3rd Sal. 4-4:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's. Gibsons  M5-9526 20.  Coast News, July 30,1990  "CCOAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS^  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation  a Retieement  a Relocation  FREE CATALOGUE  5686 Cowrie St . Box 1219  Sechell. B C VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2(99  Van Toll Free 684-8016  BWg- lot. Shaw Rd., walk to all  services, ton be zoned duplex  Excavated, w/plan. avail., tmM  to suit il required. $35,000  886-7668.  ��3  lilsmsal  5 1 acres $59,000 close to ferry,  1000' Road frontage. Hydro.  886-9049. #34sr  2 bdrm townhouse. upper Gibsons within walking distance to  school and shopping.$69.500  ���986-7444 #33sr  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  ���IN PENDER HARBOUR���  The Coast News  (Madeira Park Shopping Centre) 883-9099  Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 883-9551  ���IN HALFMOON BAY ���  B&J Store 885-9435   IN SECHELT   The Coast News  Pender Harbour view lot. serviced  to border, uncleared, $29,900.  270-2958/883-9095 #33s  Cochrane Road Good, large  building lot Close to marina &  beaches $27,500 885-4501  #31ss  Semi-waterlronl lol by owner  65x130. serviced, very nice area  good fishing. 3 km to village.  $35,000 885-2544.        #32ss  Unique 3 BDRM. 3 BATH Home  Spectacular view Approx. 2500  SQ. ft. 883-9418 - 988-4310.  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  IN DAVIS BAY-  Peninsula Market 885-9721  -IN WILSON CREEK-  Wilson Creek Campground 885 5937  ���IN ROBERTS CREEK���  Seaview Market 8853400   IN GIBSONS   The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  NOON SATURDAY  AT COAST NEWS OFFICES  SECHELT & GIBSONS  Price Reduced Private sale  $155,000 2700 sq. fl. lamily  home wilh beautilul ocean view  wooden framed windows and 4  large sliding doors to huge deck.  Approved mortgage al 13Vi%  886-8628. #32  Home w/view, duplex-type, han-  dyman's special, private  driveway, Granlhams, $79,000  OBO. 886-7400. #32  $89,000  7915 Fawn Rd., Hallmoon Bay  by owner, just completed on  secluded, park like 'h acre corner lol, near new school, unique  one bedroom post 4 beam  bungalow plus carport, oak  cabinets, DW, garburalor. range,  all electric baseboard heat, plus  airtight fireplace, easy future expansion for extra bedrooms,  skylights, large floor to celling  double glaze windows 4 sliding  doors, owner will carry $65,000  20 yr. mortgage at 2% under  Royal Bank rales OAC. 885-3472.  Cleared lot on cul-de-sac, Field  Rd. area, potential view, services  available. $22,900. 885-5861.  #33sr  OPEN*  HOUSE  Saturday  August 4th, 1990  12-3  New 4 bedroom home.  Lot 29 O'Shea Read, Gibsons  (off Shaw Reid)  For Inquiries Call  Dlam Starbuck  886-8107  or 886-9408  Lot, Fircrest Road, cleared, all  services. $22,000. Lynn.  738-1000. #33  5 acres ALR. view, hydro, merchantable limber. Roberts Creek.  $79,000.886-3422.        #34sr  By owner. Myrtle Point, Powell  River. Prime ocean front.  73x175. good sandy beach. 2  Bdrm. log style home, secluded,  fireplace. $124,900. Furniture  also available on site. 487-4172  or 273-9531. #31  Best level lot on Southwood Road.  6/10 acre, school close by.  885-9323. #34ss  ���SI  New owner David Orr will be happy to help you  place your classifieds at AC Building Supply, one  ol our Friendly People Places in Pender Harbour.  OPEN HOUSE  Sunday, Aug. 5th  1 - 4 p.m.  256 Knight St.  (oil Chatter Road)  Charming. 3 bdrm. Oldlimer  on Lovely, Sunny, Level  'A Acre Lot  Call Patricia Oliver on this  listing or any other listing  you might be interested in.  Oflice: 885-8107  Home: 885-2500  <PeM  cs  REALTY LTD.  Clint and Lynne Mahlman ol  Maple Ridge are delighted to announce Ihe birth of Iheir son Ben  jamin Ross who weighed In at 8  lbs. 2 oz. when he arrived at 8:47  am, July 17, 1990 in Royal Columbian Hospital. He's the first  grandchild for Cliff and Joan  Mahlman of Gibsons. The sixth  I for Bryon and Shirley Wheating of  Maple Ridge. The new aunls  Kerry and Melanie (Mahlman)  and the three Wheating uncles  are all doing nicely now.      #31  Bill and Erica Shaw are thrilled to  announce Ihe arrival of their  daughter Tanaya Nicole, born July 24 al 3:48 pm, weighing 9  lbs., 12 oz. A new baby sister for  Mitchell. #31  Joy and Gordon MacComb are  pleased to announce a new  brother tor Michael .David William  Charles born on July 21,1990 at  10:02 pm, weighing 7 lbs., 11  oz. Special lhanks to Dr. Petzold  and nurses at St. Mary's  Hospital. #31  The Beat Deal Atwotd!  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  4  A A (minimum) for 10 words  m��%3   each additional word  (Births. Lost Si Found FREED  Pay /or 2 weeks, get the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH, CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  ML CLASSIFIED ADS mutt be       a  PRE-PAID before insertion. -  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted.   ���  "Sue Sett"  CLASSIFIEDS  s15oo  $100  up to 10 words  each additional word  Your ad, featuring I item only, well run 4 consecutive eveevks. tlitfii will be cancelled unless  you instruct us to renew il BY NOON  SATURDAY. INol available lr> cunimercial  advertisers)  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & secheit offices Noon Saturday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Madeira Park Shopping Centre 883-909%  Cowrie St.. Sechelt 885-3930  Cr'uice Lane. Gibsons  886-2622  FAX: 886-7725  Available for public use  Pender Harbour Office  FRIDAY 4:30 pm  Dan Stark and Linda Fowlie are  happy to announce the safe arrival ot Hannah May Eva Stark. 5  Lbs. 6 oz. July 17 at St. Mary's  Hospital. A cherished sister lor  Debbie. Dawn and Robbie.  Many thanks to nursing staff  for TLC and Dr. Bev. Pace for her  expert care and kindness.    #31  Obituaries  REID: Roland A. |Roly| in his 99th  year left us on July 23. 1990.  torn Victoria July 2. 1891.  Grandson of Scottish Pioneer  Minister Rev. Dr. John Reid.  Moved lo Vancouver 1921 as  manager of Ormond's Lid.  Retired lo Sechell. Predeceased  by his wife Josephine Cousins  and his granddaughter Linda  Warner Higgs. Survived by Ihree  children Thelma Lower, Gladys  Warner. Douglas Reid: six grandchildren Philip and Malcolm  (Lower). Terri, Gordon, Brenda  {Reid), Robert (Warner): 10  great-grandchildren Stuart.  Cathy. Martin, Scolt, Megan  (Lower. Tyler, Jeremey (Higgs).  Anya (Reid), Sophi and Spencer  (Coulter). Dawson (Warner). Service at Devlin Funeral Home. Gibsons, Thursday afternoon July  26. Especially warm thanks from  Roly's family to the stall and  volunteers of Totem residence al  St. Mary's Hospital. Sechelt. #31  SHAW: passed away July 22.  1990. Irene Meda Shaw, late of  Sechelt. Predeceased by her husband Loren. Survived by one son  Rick Sfepan and wile Shelley ol  Port CoquiUam. Iwo grandchildren Brian Loren and Loni  Irene: dear friends Doreen and  Ralph Chatwin and lamily. Service was held Friday, July 27 in  St. Hilda's Anglican Church.  Sechelt. Rev. June Maffin officiated Cremation. Devlin  Funeral Home, direclors.  Remembrance donations may be  made to Ihe Multiple Sclerosis  Society. #31  RHODES: passed away July 23.  1990. Lila M.Rhodes, late of Gibsons, age 84 years. Survived by  one daughter Beverly Northgate  and husband Jack ol Roberts  Creek, five grandchildren: five  great-grandchildren, and one  brother. Mrs. Rhodes was a  volunteer on the Telephone Tree  for 12 years. Remembrance  donations may be made to the  Sunshine Coast Community Services Sociely Privale family service. Cremation. Arrangements  through Devlin Funeral Home.#31  GRAFTON: passed away July 21,  1990. Rosina Grace Grafton, late  ol Gibsons, age 85 years. Survived by her loving family: one son  Philip of Gibsons: live grandchildren and many greatgrandchildren. No service by request. Private cremation arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. #31  KENNETT: passed away July 18,  Mollie Kennelt, long time resident  of Gibsons, al Ihe Lancaster Infirmary, England, at Ihe age of 85  years. Predeceased by her husband Harry. #31  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  ln.ifonm.nl  F/ienaiy Pamli  In All Colours 01  Ine Rainoo.  IIKIuoing Glean  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A  bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896, 886-7272. 886-2954.  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885-7484. Al-Ateen  886-2565. TFN  Phone us today about our selection  ol  beautiful  personalized  wedding   invitalions.   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannies Gifts & Gems  886-2023  Adult children of Alcoholics or  dislunclional families please call  885-5281 or 886-8165 tor help.  TFN  Looking lor SHAKLEE products?  Nutritional supplements,  biodegradable cleaners, personal  care products. Call Dale  886-3805. Mavis 885-7464. #34  Continuing Education will have a  German language course in  Sechelt, Sepl. 26. 10 sessions.  Inlo, 885-2045. #31  THEN AND NOW FURNITURE  HIGHWAY 101, GIBSONS  Quality Used Furniture  We now have a good selection of  chests of drawers. Pocket books  on sale 25' #31  Woodturnlng by Gary Kelly  Exciting New Designs. Video  Demo. Come and visit me at the  Sunshine Coast Cratt Fair, Aug.  4th & 5th. Hackett Park. Sechelt.  (3MAGUS  KENNELS  Bright, Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Dirt  Pet Foods  886-8568  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS,  TECHNICAL. NUTRO-MAX,  PURINA. WAYNE.  Also full line of bird seed  And much more.  Quality Firm 4 Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  Congratulations lo Miss Cedar's  Inn Motel for winning Second  Princess. Best of luck In Ihe year  ahead. From Miss Cedar's Inn  Motel 1989, Lisa Allen.       #31  Reno 8 days, Sechell return, Oct.  13/90. stopover Springfield. Ernie 886-9655. #33  Michael Himir Registered  | Massage Therapist Massage.  Reiki, Reblrthing. By appointment 886-7589 #33  Thank You  Thank you Sandy lor your  generosity of spirit and patience  in guiding my path of healing: Pat  and Ron who never stopped caring: Debra. Hope, Laurel, Lillian  who gave me permission and  support: Bev, Debbie. Sharon,  Dariene, Linda lor friendship:  Yvonne, Nina, Sandy for sharing;  Erna, Harris and Bernie lor great  lunches and friendship. I treasure  the light within each ol you.  Susan. #31  HANDCRAFTED  POTTERY  By ELAINE H/rre/WM,V  I Sat. -Sun., Aug. 4 and 5  10 am ��� 4 pm  Cratt Fall  Hackett Park, Sechelt  A stroller rack, behind Country  Cottage on Jack's Lane, Gibsons.  886-8915.  Neatly folded, blue leans lound  on Abbs Road (July 21). Claim at  Coast News Gibsons Office.  #31  Reward.  Persian, male cat. Grey & white,  flat faced.  Crow Road area.  886-9027 after 6 pm. #31  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then 4 Now Furniture.  699   Highway   101,   Gibsons,  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  Help reduce the pet overpopulation problem ��� spay or  neuter your pet. TFN  Young ring-necked pheasants for  sale. 886-2331. #31  Horses for Rent. Overnight rides.  Western Lessons. Horse shoeing,  horse trailer for hire or rent.  686-7467. #31  PB Chinese Shar Pel wrinkle  pups, asking $400. 886-7538  alter 1 pm. #32  Garage Sales  Moving: Sat. Aug 4. 10 ��� 4.  6477. Hwy. 101. Sechelt. Urge  appliances, misc. M5-3992.  191  Aug. 4, 10 - 4 pm. 1102 Reed  Road. Bathroom vanity, dryer,  boat parts, doors, etc.        #31  Moving, must sell. Children's  toys and clothing. Many other  household items. Some appliances. Saturday, August 4,  Sunday, August 5. 7065 Hill Rd.  (Corner ol Hill and Dale Roads.  Caleta. West Sechelt.) 9:30 am  -12 noon. #31  Sal., Aug. 4, 11-4 pm, 6453  Norwest Bay Rd., no eady birds.   #31  2 lamily - lots of toys, books,  clothes, crafts 4 more! (toast  Highway, opposite cemetery,  Gibsons S4S, Aug. 4 4 5,10-3.  #31  Talking African  $800.883-2829.  gray  parrot.  #32  Canine consultant, offering obedience 4 intruder awareness  training. Register. 886-2382.  #TFN  We apologize to everyone Involved In Ihe Sunshine Coast  Equestrian Club but the  Gymkhana for July 29 has been  cancelled due fo lack of entries.  #  5 year old paflmlno quarter horse.  For sale. 885-5544. #33  Free kittens, de-fleaed. de-  wormed, litter trained, ready to  go. 886-8917. #31  Two lemale pigs, 150 lbs. each,  $150 ea. OBA. 885-7072 eves.  #31  15 month energetic intelligent lab  tired of city life looking lor a country home. 885-2518. #33  SCPA Adoption  Young cats, adorable kittens. All  colours. 886-73)3. #31  English Riding Lessens  Ellingham Stables. Children 4  Adults, Tots program. 885-5423  or 885-9969. #31  Piano Tuning  repairs, ippraisala  W  Ken Dalglelsh  886*2843  "Slormalong" black torn cat,  knows trick of lumping info  friendly human arms 3' straight  up. Black and white photo of fluffy mutt cat on Seaview Market  Bulletin Board. 885-2819.  #31  The lamily ol Harry Casey would  like to lhank all ol you lor the  many cards of sympalhy. floral  bouquets and donations made In  Harry's name. Special lhanks to  Father John Fitzgerald, Royal  Canadian Legion, Br. 140 and  Ladles Auxiliary, Br. 140 for their  help and support. Also to those  'special people' who did baking  and helped In special ways. Very  much appreciated. Florence  eCasey and family. #31  Personal  Silver chain and  or Secret Beach.  cross. Pebbles  886-2625.  #31  Pair of glasses - taken off of  counler by mistake at Todd's  Children's  Wear.   Sunnycrest  Mall. Please return to Todd's or  call. 886-2630.                 #31  Wurlitzer 36" piano, tuned annually. Includes bench, perfect  lor beginners, exc. cond.,  $1600.886-8625. #31  Yamaha DX-IOO programmable  keyboard.  As  new  with  all  manuals. $450 OBO. 885-7008.  #31  Windsor piano, $350. 883-1167.  #31  Black and white neutered male  cal, 'Oscar', In. vicinity of  Capilano Hwys. yard (Francis  Pen.-Lagoon Rd.), not very  Iriendly. If you have seen him,  please call Val or Donn al  883-2126. #31  Pair of sunglasses In black case,  North Fletcher Rd., Gibsons.  Owner may claim al Coasl News  in Gibsons. #31  Are you In an unhappy relation  ship? >Ca1l Ihe Transition House,  for free confidential counselling.  115-2144. TFN  Do you need some inlormalion to  deal with your legal problem? Call  tht Uegal Intormitlon Service  115-5111: Mondays and,  Wednesdays 9-4. TFNJ  Brown eyed red 4 white Siberian  Husky wearing black collar, lost  last Friday, Lower Gibsons.  886-8939. #31  writer and nature lover,  simple living, seeks sincere]  mature man lor marriage. Write  Box 977, eCMtaege Grove, Oregon  07424. #31  Gucci watch. Alternative school,  Gibsons. 885-7745. #31  &.  livestock  INVENTORY SALE  Multi-coloured,   multi-talented  kittens, one cent each or six lor j  five cents. 883-9550.  491  AIRPLANE TICKET  Bellingham to Tucson, Arizona.  Wednesday August 29 $85.  (Value $406). 885-4164.     403  Used patio table and umbrella,  reasonable. 885-5840.        431  Masl and sail  685-2802.  for  Sabot.  #31  Owner's vjnual for 1984 (ftev  S10 pickup, automatic, 2.8 L  motor. 886-7166. #31  We buy used  TAPES, RECORDS 4 CD'S  in good condition.  Max Music. 886-3453.   #TFN  Flying time on double seal  ultralight, have been solo, willing  lo pay expenses, need to stay In  practice. 885-7903 eves.     #32  OWscinopybed, Ingoodcondl  Hon-885-5448. n-  Finders    &  Keepers e(  Antiques. .  mL      * ���*  __________��  Behind the Chevron  at Hie Sunnycrest Ms*  886-4551  T 4 S SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil mixed-Hog Fuel  By the yard or truck lull. Top  quality products at reasonable  prices. You pickup or we deliver.  Phone anytime 885-5669.    TFN  Speed Queen reconditioned  dryer, $125; H/D Kenmore dryer,  $175. 885-4529 alter 6 pm.  #32sr  Headboard, white vinyl, padded.  Queen-size $40; TV Electrohome  19" screen $100; Sofa bed like  new $250; Deluxe rowing  machine $100; Casual chair,  swivel rocker, brown valour $75.  885-7923 #32  Firewood - Yellow cedar ��� spilt  and delivered in 2, true, cord lots  $90/cord. 885-2339 eves.   #32  R49New4Ut0d  Household goods. We buy 4 sell.  Seaview Place. 886-8015.   #31  Auto, AM/FM cassette, graphic  equalizer, hi-comp speakers,  $275,685-4151,885-7950.  #33sr  Lawnmower: Sit-down tractor,  cost $1400. Best offer 886-2554  or 885-4151. #32ss  Men's R/H goll clubs, Spalding  Elite, 3 lo P/W plus excecutlve  metal woods, 1,3,5, used one  year, $300. 885-5858 or  886-9078. #33SS  Green/gold floral on beige sectional sofa $275; exercise bike  $75,886-3526. 432  24" RCA color TV, $125 OBO.  886-2835. #32  Steel Dumptruck Box, 12 yard  new hoist cylinder, new pump.  886-7064. #31  5 YDS. DELIVERED  $40.00  LYLE FORBES  "83-9907  12 spd. road bike. Above average  quality, 60 day guarantee or  components. $280. 886-2382.   ��j  Antique, off white chesterfield,  chair and ottoman. Circa late  30's. Rebuilt and reupholstered,  excellent condition. 886-7778.   #33  5000 sq. It. used metal roofing.  30x15 above ground pod, wilh  vinyl liner, filter and pump. Like  new $2300.885-5448.       #31  23" Kuwahara mountain bike.  Almost complete $150. Stew  886-4788. #31  Sears baby mattress,  886-3056 eves.  $25.  #91  HAY$4.00/bay  FRESH ORGANIC VEOETAIIH  Phone 885-9357  TFN  FOR SALE  Fine European and  North American Antiques & Contemporary  turniture; Oriental &  Persian carpets; Paintings & Prints; and  drapes.  MM1M 'or Sale  Coast News, July 30,1990  21.  STICKERS  Are Here Now!  Grandma'  Toy Box  7 wooden frame windows, ideal  lor cabin or shop; 2 double giaz-  ei no Irame, size 78"x46"  ���mw- m  Tidy tank with electric pump  $500.886-4523 alt. 6 pm.   #31  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  (km size water bed, 95% mo-  Honlejss, brown padded vinyl;  also single box spring and mattress. 886-7928. #31  Nintendo games: Aslyanay, 45  Oregon Warrior. $35; Ninja  Turtles, $50; and more. Adrian  885-5050. #31  Craftsman 8" table saw. u HP  $200.886-3940 #31  Good canning jars with rings.  $3/doz. 885-3737. #31  ICl  New plywood, 3/8" spruce  sheathing, $7; 5/8 spruce T4G,  $14.885-7830. #30  Single mom with three kids that  go  to  school   looking  for  reasonable computer. 885-2169.  #30  4 D/G wood Irame windows,  door, toilet, sink, metal bi-fold.  885-9516. #30  12  cu.   ft.   green  avocado  relridgerafor, $225. 885-3873.  #31  Trailer parts, propane stove, Ice  box, galley sink, Winchester  30.30, 2 Cooeys single 4 tube.  886-7591. #29  12 yd. steel dumpbox, new hoist  cylinder and pump, $4000.  886-7064. #31  Serving Residents of Ihe  Sunshine Coast with  HOME ELECTRONICS 4  TELEVISION  SALES 4 SERVICE  Fa Over 19 Years  SUNSHINE COAST  TV LTD.  fenaaElnimn,.-,    Mee.v ,,r  SaeVe 9 Seeteca       aw-lev  ' SS74 Cornea St.. Sachalt   845-9616  Coffee table, $15; large Coleman  chest cooler, $25; comfy old  Chair. $10.885-3335. #29  Bedroom suite, Ve bed, bookcase  headboard. 2 bureaus, night  table, $300; walnut coffee lable 4  2 end tables. $75 ea. 885-3335.  #29  Organic raspberries, U-pick $1  Ib. or order picked $2 Ib.  886-2932. #31  Ideal sectional chesterfield for living or family room; also Flexteel  chair. Call 885-5740 for details.  #32  Chesterfield and matching chair,  country style, good cond., $250  OBO; rocker chair, re-  upholstered, $100. 885-5988  alter6pm. #30  Admiral portable dishwasher,  Electrohome air conditioner. Beat-  ty 30" range. 885-5783.     #32  Geihard upright grand piano,  $1200000.885-2806.        #32  15 cu.fl. fridge, $275; 30" oven  range, $225; both avocado, good  cond., $450pair. 885-9487. #32  Hide-a-bed. like new, blue-gray  tones, $300. 885-9063.  885-t918eves. #32  element mixer, as Is, where Is,  $150.885-7035. #30  Alder firewood, $90/cord.  Pender Harbour area. Ryan  883-9972. #32  Whirlpool 30" Almond sell-clean,  $639; Admiral Duplex app. 20 cl,  almond, 3 door SxS, FF, ice-  maker, chilled waler disp., $849;  Frigidalr Elite 30" almond stove,  Hke new with combined air convection oven, $749; Moffat 14 ct  FF tddge (all Iridge), $379; Mc-  Clary 30" HG slove, roll, $367;  CoMspot 16 cl 2 dr Iridge. $387;  McClary Easy 12 cl FF white  Iridge, $397; Inglis Normandie  lieavy duty 5 cycle, 2 speed  washer, white, $389; Kenmore  auto dryer, heavy duty, white,  $279; Maytag auto dryer, $267;  Kosk 10 cl chest freezer, $239;  Lady Kenmore 30" white sell  clean stove, $387; viking 30"  coppertone slove, sell-clean,  $359; and much more. All recond. and guaranteed tor 90 days  lo 2 years, toner Cupboard,  885-4434, B|orn, 885-7897. #32  WW buy non-working or used major appUncos. 885-7897.    #32  Brand new General Electric self-  clean range, almond, $900.  "_-�����<��� 433  3 HP Monarch gas water pump.i  new $720. asking $250; large'  water storage tank, $100.  883-9164. U3  P185-80 SR-13" mud and snow  tires, like new, $80 pair; 15"  custom Dodge mags. $60 pair.  885-4704. #33  Men's wet suit, will lit person  5'6"-130 to 135 lbs., $100;  Men's Italian 10 sp. bike, Cam-  pagnolo gears and derallers, $75.  886-4770. #33  5 sp. CCM bicycle, good cond.,  $100,885-9645. #33  Child's table and two chairs.  wood, as new, $40. 886-7375.          ��1  8" ceramic drain pipe, $75 per  fl. 886-3977. #31  Vacuum cleaner, $35; apt. size  washing machine, good cond.,  $90.886-8487. #33  Atari, good cond., $35: Pacman,  $10; Double Dragon. $20.  885-9268. #31  Beautilul teak wall unit with bar,  glass case. etc.. two leak end  tables and china cabinet, all for  $1200; 4" pianer-shaper, $100;  cement mixer, $150; 9' step ladder, $30; 6 dining room chairs,  $30 ea. 883-9341. #33  While Algonquin cartop carrier,  used once, $75; men's Raleigh 5  sp. min. bike; ladles baby blue  Beach Cruiser 5 sp. bike, both  like new. $200 ea. 886-4714.#33  Leizytoy. Reclner, gokt colour, in  good shape. $125. 886-9428.  #31  Frost tree Iridge, almond, 18  cult. $325.888-8387.       433  Solid cedar or lir, 6 panel, 34"  and 36"x6'8", limited quantity,  $180. Timothy Clement, Cabinet  Maker, 886-8218. #33  Double bed. Immaculate condi  tional. Extra firm, frame 4 head  board. $125. 886-3714 alter 5  pm.                             #31  BeeejtVul Chinese Malta The,  pink 4 black, sacrifice at $10 st.  Includes mortar, grout, Instruc  tions. 883-9550.              #31  ATTN. KNITTERS  Hand-spun 100S Angora wool  85</gm. Exc. value! Chocolate  English angora bunnies! Child's  school desk $10. 885-7083  Leslie. #33  Deluxe waterbed, complete, $350  OBO. 885-2835. M  FIREWOOD Ve ton pickup load.  Balsam-Hemlock-Fir. Split and  delivered $75. STOCK UP FOR  WINTER. 885-5032. #32  Double alum, frame windows, 2  melal ext. door, 1 int. door 4  frame, near new auto washer.  886-2074. #32  Older elec. welder, works good,  needs cable, $125 OBO.  885-4593. #33  Danish leather chair, $50;  loveseat, $130; area rug, $75.  885-3475. 431  Fertilizer spreader, nwi's LH golf  clubs 4 bag, ladles' RH club 4  bag, cart, suncots and mattresses. 885-9249. #31  18a. Mean  10" Craftman radial arm.  new. $225 fir. 685-2854.  As  #31  eSeautlful iron spiral staircase with  oak steps; custom pierced brass  4 glass fireplace door; black 4  brass glass fireplace door, 2 exquisite provincial china dining  room fixtures with shades.  685-7434. #33  Stove 4 S/S Fridge (avocado)  Good working order. $600.  885-3360 before 9 pm.       #33  Sink, toilet, 2 single mattresses,  170 Dynastar skis, boots sizes 6  4 7, ladies ski jacket (small),  Apollo 12 speed. 885-9516. #33   USED CARS   1990 MUSTANG 2 door, 8 cylinder, 5 speed  1989 PRELUDE 2 door. 4 cylinder. 5  1989 PROBE LX 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 MUSTANG COBRA V8.5 speed  1989 TEMPO 2 door. 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 DODGE ARIES 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1989 CAVALIER SW 4 cylinder, automatic  1989 ARIES 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1989 TEMPO 4 door, automatic  1989 SABLE 4-DR SEDAN V6, automatic  1988 TOWN CAR 4 door. 8 cylinder, automatic  1988 600 SEDAN 4 door, 6 cylinder  1987 MUSTANG 2DR/CPE 4 cylinder, automatic  1987 TAURUS SDN 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1987 TOPAZ SDN 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1987 TEMPO GL 4 door, 4 cylinder, 5 speed  1987 COUGAR 2DR/CPE vs. automatic  1987 ESCORT SWGN 4 door, 4 cylinder, automalic  1986 TAURUS 4 door, 6 cylinder, automatic  1986 TAURUS LX 4 door, 6 cylinder, aulomatic  1986 CAMARO 2 door. V8, automalic  1986 ESCORT L 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1986 CELEBRITY 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1986 DELTA '88 SDN 4 door. 6 cylinder, auto  198S TOYOTA SW 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1985 COUGAR 2 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1985 TRANS AM 2 door, 8 cylinder, automatic  1984 TEMPO GL 2 door, 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1984 LTD SEDAN 4 door. V6. automatic  1984 LTD 4 DOOR V6. automatic  1984 ESCORT 4 door, diesel, 5 speed  1984 CHARGER 2 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1983 SKYLARD SDN 4 door, 6 cylinder, auto  1983 LESABRE 4 door, V8, auto  1982 TRANSAM/COUPE 2 door, vs. automatic  1982 EXP 2 door, 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1982 ESCORT WAGON 4 cylinder, automatic  1982 CAVALIER 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1981 GLC 2 door. 4 cylinder. 4 speed  1981 COROLLA HBK 2 door. 4 cylinder, auto  1980 COUGAR XR7 2 door. V8. automalic  1980 GRANADA 2 door, 6 cylinder, automalic  1980 FIESTA HBK 2 door, 4 cylinder  1979 MUSTANG COBRA CPE 2 dr., ve,4 spd  1979 T-BIRO V8, automatic  1978 OLDS '88 CPE 2 door. 8 cylinder  1974 PORSCHE 911S 2 door. V6,5 speed  1974 C/SQUIRE SDN 4 door, V8   USED TRUCKS   1990 F-250 4x4 V8,5 speed  1989 F-150 V8,5 speed  1989 BRONCO IIV6. 5 speed  1989 F-250 4x4 V8. automatic  1989 BLAZER 4x4 V6. automatic  1989 F-250 4x4 V6,5 speed  1988 AEROSTAR SW 2 door. V6. automatic  1988 WAGONEER vs. automatic  1988 F-150 V8.4 speed  1988 AEROSTAR V6, automatic  1988 F-250 4X4 SC VS. automatic  1988 F-150 4X4 V6. 5 speed  1987 AEROSTAR S/W 4 door, V6. automatic  1986 BRONCO ll/SW 2 door, e cylinder, auto  1986 BRONCO ll/SW 2 door. 6 cylinder, auto  1986 RANGER SC ve, aulomatic  1986 F250 4x4 V6,4 speed  1986 BRONCO SW 2 door. V6,5 speed  1986 RANGER P/U V6. automatic  1986 RANGER P/U V6,4 speed  1988 BRONCO live. 5 speed  1985 RAM CHAR8ER/W6N V8,4 speed  1984 BRONCO ll 4X4 V6,4 speed  1979 DODGE PICK-UP 2 W/D. 4 cyl., 4 speed  1979 GMC CREW CAB 2 W/D. vs. automatic  1977 GMC VANOURA V8. automatic, brown  1976 FORD F-250 SC VS, automatic  BOXLINER 115-3281     OLSON  NBCAT4  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK. MONTH  8884538  #32  955 Cat Traxcavter. exc. running  condition, $12,000 OBO.  886-4523 alter 6 pm. #31  CASH PAID  For Some eCars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  '60 AMC Eagle Station Wagon,  4-wheel drive, auto, P/S, PB,  85000 mil - greal tires, great running cond. $1800. 886-3680*31  76 Honda Civic $600 OBO.  886-9815 after 5 p.m #31  '72 4 73 VW vans for parts  885-9553 after 6 pm or lv.  message. #31  '81 Chevelle, 2-dr.. 4-spd, good  condition. $1500 885-7906. #31  1974 Eldorado A/C, P/S, P/B  sunroof, no rust. Good shape.  $2000 OBO. 885-7)98.        #32  1981 Econoline Ve ton LWB van.  Insulated, panelled, work or  camper? $3850.885-7331. #32  Thrifly 1980 Mustang Hatchback, 4-speed, clean, 71,200  mi. first, $1500.885-7167. #32  79 Dodge Aspen Slant 6, $700.  885-2948. #32  73 Volvo 4sp/od fuel injection,  new tires, brackes & exhaust.  $1500.886-7526. #33  '65 CJ7 Jeep. $11,000 OBO.  886-8101. TFN  886-2020        TFN  '87 rjelebrity station wagon.  Chev.. loaded, exc cond , seats  7, lady driven. $10,000 firm.  885-9830. #32  '87  Mustang  Convertible,  4  cylinder,  automatic, excellent  condition. $14,500. 886-7880.   #33ss  1984 Mustang SVO. silver.  93,000 kms, exc. cond., $9000.  885-5394. #33  '82 Olds Royale sod., lully  equip., all power options, extra  clean, never used in salt, econ  diesel model., $5200.686-7090.  #31  1982 Dodge long van, 3 sp., plus  0/D slant six, PS/PB, 42,000  miles, insulated, new carpet, 2  removable beds, add-on drive  away side tent, no rust, perfect  cond, $5400.885-7251.    #33  1977 Transam 400. V8 shift kit,  aulo., very fast, black on black,  PS/PB, PW, AM/FM cassette,  $3500 OBO. Durk. 885-4019.#33  1980 MG Midget. 15,800 orig.  kms., new paint, new exhaust,  exc. cond.. $6195 OBO.  886-2122. #33  1975 Volvo 145, $100 takes all.  886-3977. #31  1980 Chev Malibu, 91.000 miles.  6 auto, good shape. $1750 OBO.  883-9423. #34ss  '87 Celebrity station wagon,  Chev.. loaded, exc. cond., seats  7, lady driven, $10,000 firm.  885-9830. #32  1975 Jeep J20, new canopy,  rebuilt 360, rebuill front drive,  good rubber, new starter, exhaust system, shocks, brakes,  have receipts. $2500. Phone  885-7124. #31  1978 Firebird, good cond., musl  be seen, $3800 OBO. 885-9035.  #32s  1967 Bug. California Special,  lowered, custom paint, mags,  new 1600dual port, many special  parts, very fast, $4000 OBO.  885-3865. #32s  74 Jeep Cherokee. 4wd. Beater.  $750 OBO. Steve 886-4788.  #31  72 VW Bug. Engine 4 parts  (new brake parts). Steve  886-4788. #3t  61 Honda Civic, grey. auto, good  cond. $2300OBO 886 2736  #31  5th wheeler. 31' 1978 Terry',  exc. cond., $10,000 885-7626  885-7855. #33  1977 Honda Civic, 53.000 miles,  reliable 4 economical, good cond.  $900 OBO. 886-7905 or  886-8685 #33  1978 Grand Safari, S/W. All options. $2895.886-2521       #31  1975 Ford cabover 5 ton Reefer.  all gas., gd. shape. $10,000.  925-2378. #34sr  '89 F-150, Supercab 300-6-cyl.  5-spd., loaded. 40,000 kms.,  $15,500.885-5700. #31s  1976 Ford F350 Super Camper  Special. 460. auto, air $3500.  885-4572. #32  '82 Nissan King Cab $2500  OBO. 886-8101. TFN  '80 Ford Bronco. Tilt 4 ciuise  control, captain chairs. 351  modified stock headers, dual exhaust. $5995. 886-7954 alter 5  pm. #32  8' pickup box. brand new. Will lil  any 80's Ford pickup. 886-9192.  $750 firm. #32  '56 International 'It ton good condition $500 OBO. 886-2835. #32  1946 Dodge 'h ton, rebuill flat 6:  3 spd. 12 volt system. Needs  work. $500 firm. 886-3612   #31  '84 Nissan kingcab, canopy, exc.  cond.. 5 sp., 68,000 ml., new  rubber, $6200 OBO. 886 4664.  #34s  1984 Chev 4x4. 6.2 I diesel.  automatic hubs, 5 sp. auto. 2  tanks, tilt, AM/FM cassette,  canopy, good cond., $11,000  OBO.Phone 886-3940.      #32s  1981 GMC Va ton. 305. 4 spd..  p/s, p/b, rsw. Runs good.  Needs tune up. Plus 14' sell-  contained travel Irailer. Excellent  shape. $3500 OBO mi Wilson  Creek or 885-4048. Leave  Message. #33  1982 Toyota 4x4 long box. 5 sp  tilt   roll   bar,   $5500   OBO.  886-7136. #32  '86 Mazda PU. SC. 5 sp..  AM/FM stereo, low kms, PS, PB,  canopy, $7450. 886-7572 please  leave message. #32  1975 Granada, good running  cond., good tires. $900 OBO.  865-9056. #31  1973 AMC Hornet. P/S. P/B,  new muffler, shocks, brakes.  good running cond., $650 OBO.  883-9251 #33  1975 Foid cabover 5 ton Reefer,  all gas., gd. shape, $10,000.  925-2378. #34sr  '89 F-150, Supercab 300 -6-cyl..  5 spd., loaded. 40,000 kms.,  $15,500 885-5700 #31s  1976 Ford F350 Super Camper  Special, 460. auto. air. $3500.  885-4572. #32  '82 Nissan King Cab. $2500  060.886-8101. TFN  80 Ford Bronco. Tilt 4 cruise  control, captain chairs, 351  modified stock headers, dual exhaust. $5995. 886-7954 after 5  pm. #32  8'pickup box, brand new. Will fit  any 80s Ford pickup. 886 9192.  $750fiim. #32  '56 International V; ton good condition $500 OBO. 886-2835. #32  1946 Dodge 'A ton. rebuilt Hat 6:  3 spd. 12 volt system. Needs  work. $500 film. 886-3612. #31  84 Nissan kingcab, canopy, exc.  cond.. 5 sp.. 68.000 mi, new  lubber. $6200 OBO 886-4664.  #348  1984 Chev 4x4. 6.2 I diesel,  automatic hubs, 5 sp. auto, 2  tanks, tilt. AM/FM cassette,  canopy, good cond.. $11,000  OBO. Phone 886-3940.      #32s  1981 GMC % Ion. 305.4^pid.  p/s, p/b, rsw. Runs good.  Needs tune up. Plus 14' sell-  conlained travel frailer. Excellent  shape $3500 OBO *69 Wilson  Cieek or 885 4048. Leave  Message #33  1982 Toyota 4x4 long box. 5 sp.,  till roll bar, $5500 OBO.  886-7136. #32  '86 Mazda PU, SC. 5 sp.,  AM/FM stereo, low kms, PS, PB,  canopy. $7450 886-7572 please  leave message. #32  1986 Foid F250 XL, diesel, 1.  ton super cab. low kms..  $14,900,885-1949. #33  1975 Datsun pickup, exc. running cond.. new tires. $1250.  8868487. #33  '86 Ford Ranger super cab.  70.000 kms. $8000. 885-7401.  #33  Mt'KMhomfs  LET'S TALK  MONEY  Let's get together ana sell  your RV unit. II we can't sell  il we'll buy it. Free Appraisal  and pickup anywhsre.  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY LTD.  r- f���. 1-800-663-4234  07363  1978 11' Husky camper, stove,  furnace, 3-way fridge, 110 4 12  volt wired, dbl. sink, waler,  toilet, hydraulic jacks, plus IB-  down bar. exc. cond., $351X1.  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Live in it and save high  rent. #32  24' Holidaire, exc. cond., $5700.  885-9011. #33ss  1974 Class C motor home, 21'  Dodge chassis, good cond..  $9000 firm 885 9088. #32  8' camper, stove, Icebox, furnace, $500: Datsun 210 new  brackes. good rubber S2-10:  fiberglass canopy fits Toyota top  carrier $150: plywood canopy  7'4" offers. 883-9671.       #32  9V>' tamper, Iridge. stove, oven,  toilet. $1500.886-3109.     #31  '66 GMC Step-van, motorhome.  Comlorlable living space. $1500  OBO. Steve 686-4788.        #31  20' trailer. Holiday Rambler,  sleeps 4. fridge, stove. Deafer,  shower, etc., $6300 OBO.  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If you're  kxxVing for a career where you  can blend health care, business,  computer science and research,  Ihen look Inlo a career in the  Health Records profession.  Douglas College offers B.C.'s  only program in this last growing  lield. Our unique 1/yr Health  Record Technician or Ihe 2/yr  Healh Record Administrator peo-  gram can start you In an extfing  hi-lech career in Ihe health care  field. Call (604)527-5076 today  lor mora inlormalion, or write lo:  The Oflice ol the Registrar,  Douglas College, P.OBol 2503,  NwWeelmlnster,B.C.,V3L5B2.  EQUIPMENT * MACHINERY  HELPWANTED  Train to manage an Apartment/  Coodomlnium oomplex. The government Koensed homestejdy cer-  Wecalioo includes free placemen!  assistance. Free brochure:  (eS04)e38l-5456 Or: RMTI, 1120-  789W. Pender, Vancouver, B.C.,  VeSC 1112.  Prince Rupert This Week, the  dy's Sunday newspaper, is kx*-  inglcra motivated individual with  experience to become our senior  saiesepersoevmanager. 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Hydro.  886-9049. #34sr  2 bdrm. townhouse. upper Gib  sons within walking distance to  school and shopping.S69.500.  886-7444. ��3sr  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  ���IN PENDER HARBOUR���  The Coast News  (Madeira Park Shopping Centre) 883-9099  Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 883-9551  ���IN HALFMOON BAY���  B&J StOre 885-9435   IN SECHELT   The Coast News  Pender Harbour view lol, serviced  to border, uncleared. $29,900.  270-2958/883-9095.        #33s  Cochrane Road Good, large  building lot. Close to marina &  beaches. $27,500. 885-4501  #31ss  Semi-waterfront lot by owner.  65x130. serviced, very nice area,  good fishing. 3 km lo village.  $35,000.885-2544.        #32ss  Unique 3 BDRM. 3 BATH Home  Spectacular view. Approx. 2500  sq. ft. 883-9418 ��� 988-4310  Price Reduced. Private sale  $155,000 2700 sq. ft. lamlly  home with beautiful ocean view  wooden framed windows and 4  large sliding doors lo huge deck  Approved mortgage at 13V;%  886-8628. #32  Bkfg. lot. Shaw Rd.. walk to all  services. Can be zoned duplex  Excavated, w/plan. avail., build  io suit if required. $35,000  886-7668.  133  OPEN  HOUSE  Saturday  August 4th, 1990  12-3  New 4 bedroom heme.  Lot 28 O'Sftes Read, Olbioni  (oil Shim Reid)  For Inquiries Call  Diana Starbuck  886-8107  or 886*9408  Home w/view, duplex-type, han-  dyman's special, private  driveway, Granlhams, $79,000  OBO. 886-7400. #32  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  IN DAVIS BAY-  Peninsula Market 885-9721  ��� IN WILSON CREEK���  Wilson Creek Campground 8855937  ���IN ROBERTS CREEK���  Seaview Market 885-3400   IN GIBSONS   The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  NOON SATURDAY  AT COAST NEWS OFFICES  SECHELT & GIBSONS  Naw owner David Orr will be happy to help you  place your classifieds at AC Building Supply, one  ol our Friendly People Places in Pender Harbour.  $89,000  7915 Fawn Rd., Halfmoon Bay  by owner, just completed on  secluded, park like ft acre corner lot, near new school, unique  one bedroom post & beam  bungalow plus carport, oak  cabinets, OW, garburalor, range,  all electric baseboard heat, plus  airtight fireplace, easy future expansion for extra bedrooms,  skylights, large lloor to celling  double glaze windows & sliding  doors, owner will carry $65,000  20 yr. mortgage at 2% under  Royal Bank rates OAC. 885-3472.  Cleared lot on cul-de-sac, Field  Rd. area, potential view, services  available, $22,900. 885-5861.  #33sr  Lol. Fircresl Road, cleared, all  services.   $22,000.   Lynn,  738-1000.  #33  5 acres ALR, view, hydro, merchantable timber, Roberts Creek.  $79,000.886-3422. #34sr  By owner. Myrtle Poinl, Powell  River. Prime ocean front.  73x175'. good sandy beach. 2  Bdrm log style home, secluded,  fireplace, $124,900. Furniture  also available on site. 487-4172  or 273-9531. #31  Best level lot on Southwood Road.  6/10 acre, school close by.  885-9323. #34ss  OPEN HOUSE  Sunday, Aug. 5th  1 -4 p.m.  256 Knight St.  (off Chatter Road)  Charming, 3 bdrm. Oldllmer  on Lovely. Sunny, Level  'h Acre Lol  Call Patricia Oliver on this  listing or any other listing  you might be interested in.  Office: 885-8107  Heme: 88S-2500  TeMe  cs  REALTY LTD.  Clint and Lynne Mahlman ol  Maple Ridge are delighted to announce Ihe birth ol their son' Benjamin Ross who weighed in at 8  lbs. 2 oz. when he arrived at 8:47  am, July 17, 1990 In Royal Columbian Hospital. He's Ihe first  grandchild tor Cliff and Joan  Mahlman of Gibsons. The sixth  I tor Bryon and Shirley Wheating of  Maple Ridge. The new aunts  Kerry and Melanie (Mahlman)  and the three Wheating uncles  are all doing nicely now.      #31  Bill and Erica Shaw are thrilled to  announce the arrival of Iheir  daughter Tanaya Nicole, born July 24 at 3:48 pm, weighing 9  lbs., 12 oz. A new baby sister for  Mitchell. #31  Joy and Gordon MacComb are  pleased to announce a new  brolher tor Michael, David William  Charles born on July 21,1990 at  10:02 pm, weighing 7 lbs., 11  oz. Special thanks lo Dr. Petzold  and nurses at St. Mary's  Hospital. #31  The Beat Deal Atewull  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  S/IOO  4  (minimum) for 10 words  25'  each additional word  (Births. Lost & Found FREED  "StrteSetP  CLASSIFIEDS  I//  Pay for 2 weeks, get the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH, CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be       .  PRE-PAID before insertion. -  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted    *���  $1 COO  LU     up to 10 words  each additional word  STjOO  Y'jur ad. featuring 1 item only will run 4 con-  st'cuiivy weeks, thtMi will be cancelled unless  you instruct us to renew it BY NOON  SATURDAY. (Nol available to commercial  advertisers)  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & Sechelt Offices NOOfl  Saturday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Madeira Park Shopping Centre 883*9099,  Cowrie St.. Sechelt 885-3930  Cr'uice Lane. Gibsons   886*2622  FAX: 886*7725  Available for public  Pender Harbour Office  FRIDAY 4:30 pm  Dan Stark and Linda Fowlie are  happy lo announce the safe arrival of Hannah May Eva Stark. 5  Lbs. 6 oz. July 17 at St. Mary's  Hospital. A cherished sister lor  Debbie. Dawn and Robbie.  Many thanks to nursing staff  for TLC and Dr. Bev. Pace for her  expert care and kindness.    #31  Obituaries  REID: Roland A. (Rolyl In his 99th  year Ml us on July 23, 1990.  Born Victoria July 1. 1891.  Grandson of Scottisn Pioneer  Minister Rev. Dr. John Reid.  Moved fo Vancouver 1921 as  manager of Ormonds Ltd.  Retired lo Sechelt. Predeceased  by his wife Josophine Cousins  and his granddaughter Linda  Warner Higgs. Survived by three  children Thelma Lower. Gladys  Warner, Douglas Reid; six grandchildren Philip and Malcolm  (Lower), Terri. Gordon. Brenda  (Reid). Robert (Warner); 10  great-grandchildren Stuart.  Cathy. Martin. Scott. Megan  (Lower, Tyler, Jeremey (Higgs),  Anya (Reid). Sophi and Spencer  (Coulter). Dawson (Warner). Service at Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons, Thursday afternoon July  26. Especially warm lhanks from  Roly's lamily to the stall and  volunteers ol Totem residence at  St. Mary's Hospital. Sechelt. #31  SHAW: passed away July 22.  1990, Irene Meda Shaw, late ol  Sechell. Predeceased by her husband Loren. Survived by one son  Rick Stepan and wile Shelley of  Port Coguiflam; two grandchildren Brian Loren and Loni  Irene; dear friends Doreen and  Ralph Chatwin and lamily. Service was held Friday, July 27 in  St. Hilda's Anglican Church.  Sechell. Rev. June Maftin officiated. Cremation. Devlin  Funeral Home, directors.  Remembrance donations may be  made to the Multiple Sclerosis  Society. #31  RHODES: passed away July 23,  1990, Llla M.Rhodes, late of Gibsons, age 84 years. Survived by  one daughter Beverly Northgate  and husband Jack ot Roberts  Creek; five grandchildren; five  great-grandchildren; and one  brother. Mrs. Rhodes was a J  volunteer on the Telephone Tree  lor 12 years. Remembrance I  donations may be made to the  Sunshine Coasl Community Services Sociely. Private family service. Cremation. Arrangements  through Devlin Funeral Home.#31  GRAFTON: passed away July 21,  1990. Rosina Grace Grafton, fate  of Gibsons, age 85 years. Survived by her loving family: one son  Philip of Gibsons; five grandchildren and many greatgrandchildren. No service by request. Private cremation arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. #31  KENNETT: passed away July 18,  Mollie Kennett. long lime resident  of Gibsons, at the Lancaster Infirmary. England, at Ihe age of 85  years. Predeceased by her husband Harry. #31  Thank You  Thank you Sandy for your  generosity of spirit and patience  in guiding my path of healing; Pat  and Ron who never stopped caring; Debra, Hope, Laurel, Lillian  who gave me permission and  support: Pev, Debbie, Sharon,  Dariene. Linda for friendship;  Yvonne, Nina. Sandy for sharing;  Erna, Harris and Bernle for great  lunches and friendship. I treasure'  the light within each of you.  Susan. #31  The family of Harry Casey would  like to thank all ot you tor the  many cards ol sympathy, floral  bouquets and donations made In  Harry's name. Special thanks lo  Father John Fitzgerald, Royal  Canadian Legion, Br. 140 and  Ladles Auxiliary, Br. 140 for their  help and support. Also to those  'special people' who did baking  and helped In special ways. Very  much appreciated. Florence  Casey and lamlly. #31  Personal  Announcements  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Bill Wood  SECHELT  bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  a;  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896, 886-7272. 886-2954.  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885-7484. Al-Afeen  886-2565. TFN  Phone us today aboul our selection of beautiful personalized  wedding   invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannies Gifts & Gems  886-2023  Adult children of Alcoholics or  dislunclional families please call  885-5281 or 886-8165 for help.  TFN  Looking lor SHAKLEE products?  Nutritional supplements,  biodegradable cleaners, personal  care products. Call Dale  886-3805, Mavis 885-7464. #34  Continuing Education will have a  German language course in  Sechell, Sept. 26. 10 sessions.  Inlo, 885-2045. #31  THEN AND NOW FURNITURE  HIGHWAY 101, GIBSONS  Quality Used Furniture  We now have a good selection of  chests of drawers. Pocket books  on sale 25' #31  Woodturning by Gary Kelly  Exciting  New  Designs,  Video  Demo. Come and visit me at the  Sunshine Coast Cralt Fair. Aug.  4th & 5th, Hacked Park, Sechelt.  Congratulations fo Miss Cedar's  Inn Motel lor winning Second  Princess. Best of luck In the year  ahead. From Miss Cedar's Inn  Motel 1989, Lisa Allen.       #31  Reno 8 days, Sechelt return, Oct.  .13/90, stopover Springfield. Er-  'nie 886-9655. #33  Michael Hamer Registered  Menage Theriplst. Massage,  Reiki, Rebirthing. By appointment: 886-7589. #33  HANDCRAFTED  POTTERY  By ELAINE FUTTERhtAN  Sat. - Sun., Aug. 4 and 5  10 am - 4 pm  Cralt Fair  Hackett Park, Sechelt  A stroller rack, behind Country  Cottage on Jack's Lane, Gibsons.  886-8915.  Neatly folded, blue leans found  on Abbs Road (July 21). Claim al  Coast News Gibsons Office.   #31  Reward.  Persian, male cat. Grey & white,  flat faced.  Crow Road area.  886-9027 after 6 pm. #31  "Slormalong" black lorn cat,  knows trick ol jumping into  friendly human arms 3' straight  up. Black and white photo ol fluffy mull cat on Seaview Market  Bulletin Board. 885-28)9.  #31  Silver chain and cross, Pebbles  or Secrel Beach. 886-2625.  #31  Pair ol glasses - taken off of  counter by mistake al Todd's  Children's Wear. Sunnycrest  Mall. Please return to Todd's or  call. 886-2630. #3t  Are you in an unhappy relation'  ship? Call the Transition House]  lor free confidential counselling.  115-2944. TFN  Do you need some information toj  deal with your legal problem? Call  the Legal Mmiwtlm Service  115-5111; Mondays and.  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Woman writer and nature lover  simple living, seeks sincere  mature man lor marriage. Wdlej  Box 977, Cottage Grove, Oregon  97424. #31  Black and white neutered male  cat. 'Oscar', In. vicinity of  Capilano Hwys. yard (Francis  Pen.-Lagoon Rd.), nol very  friendly. It you have seen him,  please call Val or Donn at  883-2126. #31  Pair of sunglasses in black case,  North Fletcher Rd., Gibsons.  Owner may claim af Coast News  in Gibsons. #31  Brown eyed red & while Siberian  Husky wearing black collar, lost  last Friday, Lower Gibsons.  886-8939. #31  INVENTORY SALE  Multi-coloured, multi-talented  kittens, one cent each or six for  five cents. 893-9550.  ni  S. livestock  J[       Garage Sale'  Moving: Sit. Aug 4. 10 - 4.  6477, Hwy. 101, Sechelt. Urge  appliances, misc. M5-3992.  131  (3VIAGUS  Bright, Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pet Foods  886-8568  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS.  TECHNI-CAL, NUTRO-MAX.  PURINA. WAYNE.  Also full line of bird seed  And much more.  Quality Farm a Gaiden  Supply ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  ���Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699  Highway  101,  Gibsons,  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  Help reduce the pet overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pet. TFN  Young ring-necked pheasants for  sale. 886-2331. #31  Horses for Rent. Overnight rides.  Western Lessons. Horse shoeing,  horse frailer for hire or rent.  886-7467. #31  PB Chinese Shar Pel wrinkle  pups, asking $400. 886-7538  after f pm. #32  Talking African gray parrot,  $800.883-2829. #32  Canine consultant, offering obedience ie Intruder awareness  training. Register. 886-2382.  #TFN  We apologize to everyone involved In Ihe Sunshine Coast  Equestrian Club but the  Gymkhana for July 29 has been  cancelled due to lack ot entries.  #  5 year old palimlno quarter horse.  For sale. 885-5544. #33  Free kittens, de-fleaed, de-  wormed, litter trained, ready to  go. 886-8917. #31  Two female pigs, 150 lbs. each,  $150 ea. OBA. 885-7072 eves.  #31  15 month energetic intelligent lab  tired of city life looking for a country home. 885-2518. #33  SCPA Adoption  Young cats, adorable kittens. All  colours. 886-7313. #31  English Riding Lesions  Ellingham Stables. Children j.  Adults, Tots program. 885-5423  or 885-9969. #31  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  iyf  Ken Dalglelsh  886-2843  Wurlltzer 36" piano, tuned annually, includes bench, ported  for beginners, exc. cond.,  $1600.886-8625. #31  Yamaha DX-100 programmable  keyboard.  As  new  with  all  manuals. $450 OBO. 885-7008.  #31  Windsor piano, $350. 883-1167.  #31  AIRPLANE TICKET  Bellingham lo Tucson, Arizona.  Wednesday  August  29  $85.  (Value $406). 885-4164.     #33  Used patio table and umbrella,  reasonable. 885-5840.       #31  Mast and sail tor 8' Sabot  885-2802. #3t  Owner's ''-Mal for 1984 Chev  SIO pickup, automalic, 2.8 L  motor. 886-7186. #31  We buy used  TAPES, RECORDS 4 CD's  in good condition.  Max Music. 856-3453.  #TFN  Flying time on double seal  ultralight, have been solo, willing  to pay expenses, need to stay In  practice. 885-7903 eves.     ��;  Cms canopy bed, m good con*  ttai.W5-544��. at  Aug. 4, to - 4 pm. 1102 Reed  Road. Bathroom vanity, dryer,  boat parts, doors, etc.        #31  Moving, must sell. Children's  toys and clothing. Many other  household Items. Some appliances. Saturday, August 4.  Sunday, August 5. 7065 Hill Rd.  (Corner of Hill and Dale Roads.  eOalela, West Sechelt.) 9:30 am  -12noon. #31  Sat.. Aug. 4. 11-4 pm, 6453  Norwest Bay Rd., no early birds.   #31  2 family - lots ot toys, books,  clothes, crafts & mora! Coast  Highway, opposite cemetery,  Gibsons S&S. Aug. 4 & 5,10-3.  #31  Antiques, ,  Collectibles  Behind the Chevron  at the Sunnycrott Mal  8S6-4551  T C S SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil mixed-Hog Fuel  By Ihe yard or truck full. Top  quality products at reasonable  prices. You pickup or we deliver.  Phone anytime 885-5569.    TFN  Speed Queen reconditioned  dryer, $125; H/D Kenmore dryer,  $175. 885-4529 alter 6 pm.  #32sr  Headboard, while vinyl, padded,  Queen-size $40; TV Electrohome  19" screen $100; Sofa bed like  new $250; Deluxe rowing  machine $100; Casual chair,  swivel rocker, brown velour $75.  885-7923       #32  Firewood - Yellow cedar - split  and delivered in 2, true, cord lots  $90/cord. 885-2339 eves.   #32  R 4 G New * Used  Household goods. We buy & sell.  Seaview Place. 886-8015.    #31  Aulo. AM/FM cassette, graphic  equalizer, hi-comp speakers,  $275,885-4151,885-7950.  #33sr  Lawnmower: Sit-down tractor,  cost $1400. Best offer 886-2554  or 885-4151. #32ss  Men's R/H goll clubs, Spalding  Elite, 3 to P/W plus excecutlve  metal woods, 1,3.5, used one  year, $300. 885-5858 or  886-9078. #33SS  Green/gold floral on beige sectional sola $275; exercise bike  $75.886-3526. #32  24" RCA color TV, $125 OBO.  886-2835. #32  Sleel Dumptruck Box, 12 yard  new hoist cylinder, new pump.  886-7064. #31   !L  6 YDS. DELIVERED  $40.00  LYLE FORBES  8B3-99Q7  I2spd. road bike. Above average  quality, 60 day guarantee or  components. $280. 886-2382.   #3J  Antique, off white chesterfield,  chair and ottoman. Circa late  30's. Rebuilt and reupholslered,  excellent condition. .886-7778.   #33  5000 sq. It. used metal roofing.  30x15 above ground pool, with  vinyl liner, tiller and pump. Like  new $2300.885-5448.       #31  23" Kuwahara mountain bike.  Almost complete $150. Stive  886-4788. #31  Sears baby mattress, $25.  886-3056 eves. #31  HAYt4.00/bay  FRESH ORGANIC VEGETAILES  Phone 885-9357  TFN  FOR SALE  Fine European and  North American Antiques & Contemporary  furniture; Oriental &  Persian carpets; Paintings & |>rlnts; and  drapes.  NMIN  u Coast News, July 30,1990  21.  STICKERS  Are Here Now!  Grandma's  Toy Box  7 wooden frame windows, ideal  tor cabin or shop; 2 double glazed no Irame, size 78"x46"  886-2927.    #3,  Tidy lank with electric pump  $500.886-4523 aft. 6 pm.   #31  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644           TFN  Queen size water bad. 95V, mo-  tionless. brown padded vinyl;  also single box spring and mat-  tress. 886-7928 #31  Nintendo games: Astyanay, 45;  Dragon Warrior. $35; Ninja  Turtles, $50; and more. Adrian  885-5050. #31  Craftsman 8" table saw, V. HP  $200.886-3940. #31  Good canning jars wilh rings,  $3/d0Z. 885-3737. #31  Jls\\WaS^S^m_  New plywood, 3/8" spruce  sheathing, $7; 5/8 spruce TSG.  $14,885-7830. #30  Single mom with three kids that  go  to  school  looking  lor  reasonable computer. 885-2169.  #30  4 D/G wood frame windows.  door, toilet, sink, metal bi-toid.  885-9516. #30  12  cu.   It.   green  avocado  refridgerafor, $225. 885-3873.  #31  Trailer parts, propane stove, Ice  box, galley sink, Winchester  30.30, 2 Cooeys single & lube.  886-7591. #29  12 yd. steel dumpbox, new hoist  cylinder and pump, $4000.  886-7064. #31  Serving Residents ot the  Sunshine Coast wilh  HOME ELECTRONICS I  TELEVISION  SALES t SERVICE  For Over 19 Years  SUNSHINE COAST  TV LTD.  MM Coeerea SI, SeKhetl    MS 9(16  Coffee table, $15; large Coleman  chest cooler, $25; comfy old  Chair, $10.885-3335. #29  Bedroom suile, Ve bed, bookcase  headboard, 2 bureaus, night  table, $300: walnut coffee table &  2 end tables, $75 ea. 885-3335.  #29  Organic raspberries, U-pick $1  Ib. or order picked $2 Ib.  886-2932. #31  Ideal sectional chesterfield lor living or family room; also Flexteel  chair. Call 885-5740 for details.  #32  Chesterfield and matching chair,  country style, good cond.. $250  OBO; rocker chair, re-  upholstered, $100. 885-5988  UterSpm #30  Admiral portable dishwasher.  Electrohome air conditioner, Beat-  ty 30" range. 885-5783.     #32  Gerhard upright grand piano,  $1200 OBO 885-2806.        #32  15cu.lt. fridge, $275; 30" oven  range, $225; both avocado, good  cond,$450pair 885-9487 #32  Wde-a-oed, like new. blue-gray  tones. $300. 885-9063,  885-1918 eves. #32  foment mixer, as Is. where Is.  $150.885-7035. #30  Alder firewood. $90/cord,  Pender Harbour area. Ryan  883-9972. #32  Whirlpool 30" Almond self-clean,  $639; Admiral Duplex app. 20 cf,  almond, 3 door SxS. FF, Ice-  maker, chilled water disp, $849:  Frlgldalr Elite 30" almond stove,  like new with combined air convection oven, $749; Mortal 14 cf  FF fridge (all fridge). $379; Mc-  Clary 30" HG stove, roll, $367;  CoMspot 16 ct 2 dr Iridge. S387;  McClary Easy 12 cl FF white  Iridge, $397; Inglis Normandie  heavy duty 5 cycle, 2 speed  washer, white, $389; Kenmore  auto dryer, heavy duty, white,  $279; Maytag auto dryer, S267;  Kosk 10 cl chest Ireezer, $239;  Lady Kenmore 30" white self  clean stove. $387; Viking 30"  coppertone stove, sell-clean,  $359; and much more. All recond. and guaranteed lor 90 days  lo 2 years. Oner Cupboard,  885-4434, Bjorn, 885-7897. #32  WW buy non-working or used ma-  jorwilances. 885-7897     #32  eSrand new General Electric self-  clean range, almond, $900.  585-5814. #33  3 HP Monarch gas wafer pump.i  new $720. asking $250: large1  water storage tank, $100.  883-9164. #33  P185-80 SR-13" mud and snow  tires, like new, $80 pair; 15"  custom Dodge mags, $60 pair.  885-4704. #33  Men's wet suit, will lit person  5'6"-130 to 135 lbs., $100;  Men's Italian 10 sp. bike, Cam-  pagnolo gears and derailers. $75.  886-4770. #33  5 sp. CCM bicycle, good cond.,  $100.885-9645. #33  Child's fable and two chairs,  wood, as new, $40 886-7375.  #31  8 ceramic drain pipe, $75 per  ft 886-3977. #31  Vacuum cleaner. $35; apt. size  washing machine, good cond.,  $90.886-8487. #33  Atari, good cond., $35: Pacman,  $10; Double Dragon, $20.  885-9268. #31  Lazyboy. FttcHner, gold colour, In  good shape. $125.8(6-9426.  #31  Frost free fridge, almond, 18  cu.lt. $325.886-8367.        #33  EMMY DOOM  Solid cedar or lir, 6 panel, 34"  and 36"x8'8". limited quantity,  $180. Timothy Clement. Cabinet  Maker. 886-8218. #33  Double bed. Immaculate condi  tional. Extra firm, frame S. head  board. $125. 886-3714 alter 5  pm.                             #31  ���MutKul Chinese Mart* The,  pink & black, sacrifice at $10 st.  Includes mortar, grout, instruc  tions. 883-9550.              #31  ATTN. KNITTERS  Hand-spun 100H Angora wool  85Vgm. be. value! Chocolate  English angora bunnies! Child's  school desk $10. 885-7083  Leslie. #33  Beautilul leak wall unit with bar,  glass case, etc., two teak end  tables and china cabinet, all lor  $1200; 4" planer-shaper, $100;  cement mixer, $150; 9' step ladder. $30; 6 dining room chairs,  $30 ea. 883-9341. #33  White Algonquin cartop carrier,  used once, $75; men's Raleigh 5  sp. mtn. bike; ladies baby blue  Beach Cruiser 5 sp. bike, both  like new, $200 ea. 886-47t4.#33  10" Craftman radial arm. As  new. $225 lir. 885-2854.  #31  Beautiful Iron spiral staircase with  oak steps; custom pierced brass  & glass fireplace door; black &  brass glass fireplace door, 2 exquisite provincial china dining  room lixtures with shades.  885-7434. #33  Stove & S/S Fridge (avocado)  Good working order. $600.  885-3360 before 9 pm.        #33  Sink, toilet, 2 single mattresses,  170 Dynastar skis, boots sizes 6  & 7. ladies ski Jacket (small),  Apollo 12 speed. 885-9516.  #33  Muxewatert)��d.coniplete,$350  OBO. 885-2835. #32  FIREWOOD �� ton pickup load.  Balsam-Hemlock-Fir. Split and  delivered $75. STOCK UP FO*  WHITER 885-5032. #32,  Double alum, frame whitlows, 2  metal ext. door, 1 int. door &  frame, near new auto washer.  886-2074. #32  Older elec. welder, works good,  needs cable, $125 OBO.  885-4593. #33  Danish leather chair, $50;  loveseat, $130; area rug, $75.  885-3475. #31  Fertilizer spreader, men's LH golf  clubs & lug, ladles' RH dub &  bag, cart, suncots and mattresses. 885-9249. #31  BOBCAT 1  MINI EXCAVATOD  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY. WEEK. MONTH  886-8538 #32  955 Cat Traxcavtei, exc. running  condition, $12,000 OBO  886-4523 after 6 pm. #31  a  I  e  SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH  THE COAST S LARGEST SELECTION  1   USED CARS   1990 MUSTANG 2 door. 8 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 PRELUDE 2 door, 4 cylinder, 5 speed  1989 PROBE LX 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 MUSTANG COBRA V8,5 speed  1989 TEMPO 2 door, 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 DODGE ARIES 4 cylinder, automatic  1989 CAVALIER SW 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1989 ARIES 4 door, 4 cylinder, automalic  1989 TEMPO 4 door, automatic  1989 SABLE 4-DR SEOAN V6. automatic  1988 TOWN CAR 4 door. 8 cylinder, automatic  1988 600 SEOAN 4 door. 6 cylinder  1987 MUSTANG ZDR/CPE 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1987 TAURUS SDN 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1987 TOPAZ SDN 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  19B7 TEMPO GL 4 door, 4 cylinder, 5 speed  1987 COUGAR 2DR/CPE V8. automatic  1987 ESCORT SWGN 4 door, 4 cylinder, automalic  1986 TAURUS 4 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1986 TAURUS LX 4 door, 6 cylinder, automatic  1986 CAMARO 2 door, V8, aulomatic  1986 ESCORT L 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1986 CELEBRITY 4 door. 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1986 DELTA '88 SDN 4 door. 6 cylinder, auto  1985 TOYOTA SW 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1985 COUGAR 2 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1985 TRANS AM 2 door, 8 cylinder, automalic  1984 TEMPO GL 2 door, 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1984 LTD SEDAN 4 door, V6, automatic  1984 LTD 4 DOOR V6. automatic  1984 ESCORT 4 door, diesel, 5 speed  1984 CHARGER 2 door, 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1983 SKYLARD SDN 4 door, 6 cylinder, auto  1983 LESABRE 4 door, vs. auto  1982 TRANSAM/COUPE 2 door. V8. automatic  1982 EXP 2 door, 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1982 ESCORT WAGON 4 cylinder, automalic  1982 CAVALIER 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1981 GLC 2 door. 4 cylinder, 4 speed  1981 COROLLA HBK 2 door, 4 cylinder, aulo  1960 COUGAR XR7 2 door. vs. automatic  1980 GRANADA 2 door, 6 cylinder, automatic  1980 FIESTA HBK 2 door. 4 cylinder  1979 MUSTANG COBRA CPE 2 dr., vs. 4 spd  1979 T-BIRD V8. automatic  1978 OLDS '88 CPE 2 door, 8 cylinder  197' PORSCHE 911$ 2 door, V6, 5 speed  1974 C/SQUIRE SDN 4 door, V8   USED TRUCKS   1990 F-250 4x4 vs, 5 speed  1989 F-150 V8. 5 speed  1989 BRONCO IIV6,5 speed  1989 F-250 4x4 V8, automatic  1989 BLAZER 4x4 ve. automatic  1989 F-250 4x4 V6. 5 speed  1988 AEROSTAR SW 2 door, V6. automatic  1988 WAGONEER vs. automatic  1988 F-150 V8,4 speed  1988 AEROSTAR V6. automatic  1988 F-250 4X4 SC V8, automatic  1988 F-150 4X4 V6, 5 speed  1987 AEROSTAR S/W 4 door, ve, automatic  1986 BRONCO ll/SW 2 door, 6 cylinder, auto  1986 BRONCO ll/SW 2 door. 6 cylinder, auto  1986 RANGER SC ve, automatic  1986 F250 4x4 ve, 4 speed  1986 BRONCO SW 2 door, V6, 5 speed  1986 RANGER P/U ve. automatic  1986 RANGER P/U V6.4 speed  1986 BRONCO live. 5 speed  1985 RAM CHARGER/WON ve, 4 speed  1984 BRONCO II4X4 ve. 4 speed  1979 DODGE PICK-UP 2 W/D. 4 cyl., 4 speed  1979 OMC CREW CAB 2 W/O, V8, automatic  1977 GMC VANDURA ve automatic, mown  1976 FORD F-250 SC VS. aulomatic  BOXUNER       ISS.3211    01  CASH PAW  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  andTewmg  886-2020  TFN  '80 AMC Eagle Station Wagon.  4-wheel drive, auto, P/S, PB,  85000 mil - greal tires, great running cond. $1800.886-3680 #31  '76 Honda Civic $600 OBO.  886-9815after5p.m.        #31  '72 & '73 VW vans for parts  885-9553 after 6 pm or Iv.  message. #31  '81 Chevette, 2-dr., 4-spd. good  condition. $1500885-7906. #31  1974 Eldorado A/C, P/S, P/B  sunrool, no rust. Good shape.  $2000 OBO. 885-7198.        #32  1981 Econoline Ve ton LWBvan.  Insulated, panelled, work or  camper? $3850.885-7331. #32  Thrifty 1980 Muslang Hatchback, 4-speed, clean, 71,200  mi. first. $1500.885-7167. #32  '79 Dodge Aspen Slant 6, $700.  865-2948. #32  '73 Volvo 4sp/od fuel Inlectlon,  new tires, brackes & exhaust.  $1500.886-7526. #33  '85 CJ7 Jeep. $11,000 OBO.  886-8101. TFN  '87 Celebrity station wagon,  Chev., loaded, exc. cond.. seats  7. lady driven, $10,000 firm.  885-9830. #32  '87  Muslang  Convertible,   4  cylinder, automatic,  excellent  condition. $14,500. 886-7800.  ___^ tOn  1984 Mustang SVO. silver.  93,000 kms, exc. cond.. $9000.  885-5394. #33  '82 Olds Royale sed.. fully  equip., all power options, extra  clean, never used in salt, econ.  diesel model., $5200.886-7090.  #31  1982 Dodge long van, 3 sp.. plus  0/D slant six. PS/PB, 42.000  miles, insulated, new carpet, 2  removable beds, add-on drive  away side lent, no lust, perfect  cond.. $5400.885-7251.    #33  1977 Transam 400. V8 shift kit.  aulo., very fast, black on black.  PS/PB. PW. AM/FM cassette.  $3500OBO. Durk. 885-4019.#33  1980 MG Midget, 15,800 orig.  kms., new paint, new exhaust,  exc. cond., $6195 OBO.  886-2122. #33  1975 Volvo 145, $100 takes all.  886-3977. #31  1960 Chev Malibu, 91.000 miles.  6 auto, good shape. $1750 OBO.  883-9423. #34ss  '67 Celebrity station wagon.  Chev., loaded, exc. cond., seats  7, lady driven, $10,000 firm.  885-9830. #32  1975 Jeep J20, new canopy,  rebuilt 360, rebuilt front drive,  good rubber, new starter, exhaust system, shocks, brakes,  have receipts. $2500. Phone  885-7124. #31  1978 Firebird, good cond.. must  be seen, $3800 OBO. 885-9035.  #32s  1967 Bug, California Special,  lowered, custom paint, mags,  new 1600dual port, many special  parts, very fast, $4000 OBO.  885-3865. #32s  '74 Jeep Cherokee. 4wd. Bealer.  $750 OBO. Steve 886-4788.  #31  '72 VW Bug. Engine & parts  (new brake parts). Steve  686-4788. #31  81 Honda Civic, grey. aulo. good  cond , $2300 OBO. 886-2736  #31  5th wheeler, 31' 1978 'Terry',  exc. cond., $10,000 885-7626,  885-7855. #33  1977 Honda Civic, 53,000 miles,  reliable 5 economical, good cond.  $900 OBO. 886-7905 or  -8685. #33  1978 Grand Safari. S/W. All options. $2895.886-2521       #31  1975 Ford cabover 5 Ion Reefer.  all gas., gd. shape. $10,000.  925-2378. #34sr  '89 F-150. Supercab 300 6-cyl.  5-spd . loaded. 40.000 kms���  $15,500.885-5700 #3ls  1976 Ford F350 Super Camper  Special, 460. aulo. air $3500.  885-4572. #32  '82 Nissan King Cat) $2500  OBO. 886-8101. TFN  '80 Ford Bronco. Tilt & ciuise  control, captain chairs. 351  modified stock headers, dual exhaust $5995. 886-7954 aller 5  pm. #32  8' pickup box. brand new. Will lit  any 80s Ford pickup. 866-9192.  $750 lirm. #32  '56 International Vi ton good condition $500 OBO. 886-2835  #32  1946 Dodge V? Ion, rebuilt Hat 6;  3 spd. 12 volt system. Needs  work. $500 lirm. 886-3612. #31  '84 Nissan kingcab, canopy, exc.  cond.. 5 sp.. 68,000 mi. new  lubber. $6200 OBO. 886 4664.  #34s  1984 Chev 4x4. 6.2 I diesel.  automalic hubs, 5 sp. aulo. 2  tanks, till, AM/FM cassette,  canopy, good cond.. $11,000  OBO. Phone 886-3940.      #32s  1981 GMC Ii ton. 305,4 spd..  p/s, p/b, rsw. Runs good.  Needs tune up. Plus 14' sell-  contained Iravel Irailer. Excellent  shape. $3500 OBO #69 Wilson  Creek or 885-4048. Leave  Message. #31  1982 Toyota 4x4 long box. 5 sp..  lilt roll bar. $5500 OBO.  886-7136. #32  '86 Mazda PU, SC. 5 sp.,  AM/FM stereo, low kms, PS, PB.  canopy, $7450. 886-7572 please  leave message. #32  1975 Granada, good running  cond., good lires. $900 OBO.  885-9056. #31  1973 AMC Hornet, P/S, P/B,  new muffler, shocks, brakes,  good lunning cond., $650 OBO.  883-9251. #33  1975 Ford cabover 5 Ion Reefer,  all gas., gd. shape, $10,000.  925-2378. #34sr  '89 F-150, Supercab300-6-cyl.,  5-spd.. loaded. 40.000 kms..  $15,500 885-5700. #31s  1976 Ford F350 Super Camper  Special, 460. aulo, air. $3500.  885-4572. #32  '82 Nissan King .Cab. $2500  080.886-8101 TFN  '60 Ford Btonco. Till & cruise  control, captain chairs, 351  modified slock headers, dual exhaust $5995. 886 7954 after 5  pm. #32  8' pickup box. brand new. Will fit  any 80s Ford pickup. 686 9192.  $750 firm. #32  56 International''.- Ion good condition $500 OBO 886-2835. #32  1946 Dodge v.. ton. rebuilt Hal 6;  3 spd. 12 volt system. Needs  work. SMOfirm. 686-3612. #31  84 Nissan kingcab. canopy, exc.  cond.. 5 sp., 68.000 mi., new  lubber. $6200 OBO 886 4664.  #34s  Motorhome'  LET'S TALK  MONEY  Let's get together ana sell  your RV unit. If we can't seH  it we'll buy it. Free Appraisal  and pickup anywhere.  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY ITS.  i��f* 1-800-663-4234  D7363  1984 Chev 4x4. 6.2 I diesel.  aulomatic hubs. 5 sp. auto, 2  tanks, till, AM/FM cassette,  canopy, good cond.. $11,000  OBO. Phone 886-3940.      #32s  1981 GMC 1. ton. 305, 4 spd.,  p/s, p/b, rsw. Runs good.  Needs lune up. Plus 14' self-  contained travel trailer. Excellent  shape $3500 OBO #69 Wilson  Cieek or 885 4048, Leave  Message. #33  1982 Toyota 4x4 long box. 5 sp.,  tilt roll bar. $5500 OBO.  886-7136. #32  86 Mazda PU, SC. 5 sp..  AM/FM slereo, low kms, PS, PB,  canopy, $7450. 886-7572 please  leave message. #32  1986 Foid F250 XL. diesel, Ve  ton super cab. low kms..  $14.900.885-1949. #33  1975 Dalsun pickup, exc. running cond.. new tires, $1250.  8868487. #33  '86 Ford Ranger super cab,  70.000 kms. $8000. 885-7401.  #33  1978 11' Husky campn. stow,  lurnace, 3-way fridge, 110 ( 12  volt wired, dtX. sink, water,  toilet, hydraulic jacks, plus lie-  down bar. exc. cond.. $3500.  Phone 886-3401. #31  16' Travefaire trailer, slove, lurnace, porta-pottl. sleeps 6, good  cond . $3200 OBO. Phone  886-3940. #32s  Fully equipped camper with or  without pick-up truck. Otters.  886-3936 #31  75 GMC raised roof, sleeps 4,  new rebuilt 350 and trans, new  brakes, captain chairs, dual batteries - tanks, ice box, stove.  886-2843. #31  1983 8' camper, great shape,  $2500; 1978 Olds Delta 88.  130.000 km, $1200. 886-2442  or 886-8075. Ask lor Larry.  #32  1989 Wonderful Outfit. 1985 5th  wheel house trailer with every ap-  pliace. A/C. heat, awning, used  3,000 km. 1985 Ford F150. extra  heavy duty, 1027 km. A/C.  Super cab, CB. Together tor  $29,750. Reason selling: Bought  mobile home. You'll love it.  Phone 885-4840 after 6 pm to  view. Live In it and save high  rent. #32  24'Holidaire.exe. cond.. $5700.  885-9011. #33ss  1974 Class C motor home, 21'  Dodge chassis, good cond..  $9000 firm 885-9088.        #32  8' camper, stove, icebox furnace, $500; Datsun 210 new  brackes. good rubber $250;  fiberglass canopy Ills Toyota lop  carrier $150; plywood canopy  7'4" offers. 883-967).       #32  9'A' Camper, Iridge, stove, oven,  toilet. $1500.886-3109.     #31  '66 GMC Step-van. motorhome.  ���Comfortable living space. $1500  OBO. Sieve .886-4788.        #31  20' trailer, Holiday Rambler,  sleeps 4, fridge, stove, heater.  shower, etc., $6300 080.  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Award winning Metro Valley  nempeper seeks senior reporter  with 3 5 years experience, com-  puterex(ieeTenoe an asset. Relo-  cslion to Maple Ridge or Pit  Meadows required. Apepiicslions  acceepled until August 6; palion  starts Scpl.4. Wriee edilor Tom  Fletcher, c/o The News, 22328,  tttth Avenue, Meiple Ridge,  B.C..V2X2Z3.  Wanled: Journeyman baker,  Btakmom. Atxnta. Aberta Union  Shop, luUbenelks. PhoneKenat  (403)562-7326, BeWrmore K3A.  Wanled: 73 people lo lose 10-29  lis. in Ihe next 30 dsysl Natural  doctor recommended. 100%  Guaranteed. Toll- Free 1-978-  3032. 24lus/ifay.  Chalenejingposkionsvailatilelor  suitably qualified / experienced  poison as Admlnfetralor of 70-bed  hosptal. $2mlons>psniilonpio|.  ad OR/Emergency DMwnmnt to  tendertiislal. Fbmealteoaplalaet-  minlslrallon training essential. 3-5  years .proemsivo.cirrM experi-  enoed desked. Grand Folks oteis  year round recreational acUvMae,  superior dknele. Ful range ol  eertook, community services  available. Seabrnl apptcatkm by  August 1st, 1990, to: B. HoMsn,  Interim Aetminlststor, Bouniaary  Hoapllsl, Box 188, Grand Folks,  B.C., VOH 1H0. Fax (eS04)442-  3822.  Kluskus Band Operated School,  Central B.C.. invHss eppfcslionf  forlwotescteers. I.Rsmdssrea  psy, 2. Nndetigsitsn - Qr.10,3. ee*  to 30 students. Preference use)  gory 4-5-6 leachsrs cert Hied any  .province In Canada. Deadline  August 15, hiring August 15,  Send resume by las 1-882-392$  ev Kluskus Inxsan band. 308 A  Kinchant Street, Oussnsl. B.C,  V2J2R5,1-982-8186, Aasntkm  ReSrSSlt Jkisiils. I  Journeyman mechanic require  lor Ford eVtecury deslersfarp. FM  Rate $18,50/hr. plus kecertlves,  Excellent medical and dental  plan. Contacl Service Manage* -  BeeanBallat949-eB393. ���:  HOUSEWIVES, Modem snd to '���  Istsslsd pereone moon hmmoE '  alelylo sal toys and gits lor Na-  llonal Home Party Han. No investment, dsthroitas ot rnones  Cal (518)258-7906. ���'.  A Iwlce weekly paper seeks 4  sports ra(��rtsr/ptiologrs|>hs��  who doss both wsl. Musthavse  driwrSlcsnsa. ceir, camera, ana -  sithuslaam. Rssumsslo: The;  Cepurtsnay Rsoxd, e9ox 372%.  Courtsnay.B.C.,V6N7P1.  PERSONAL*  Would you Bm to correspond ��M'  unmadttd CMslian people,.  ages 1840, ths eabjecl Ijeaig ���  cofnepantonslefp ex marriage.''  Write: Ashgrovs, P.O. Box 205,��� 1  Chase, B.C., V0E1M0. !���  PETS AND UVE8TOCK  How lo be yewr dog's beel Iriend, ,j  $23.99 pre-paid. HowtoraiMa .  puppy you can lve w��h, $11.88 ���  pre-paid. To oreJsr contacl: P��- '  cWc Publicaliona, Box 1208, .  Parksville, B.C., V0R2S0. SI  TRAVEL  EGYPT, ��� special Martin Travel  Aedvsnture. October 12, 1980,  FatxuatymniMay 1991. Joint* .  laerKkealie^kxKthrougheeute&wit  ��ifthLsJlaprslaaseXindE��Hi��  'iedarJJIaia*xaisioi��i(ot  4 enyawksrs one. mfm.  6178,5304838,437-****. 22.  Coast News, July 30,1990  Campers  Motorhomes  1976 Tioga-ll, 20' molorhome.  360 Dodge, fully equipped, excellent condition. S8900 OBO.  883-9211. #34s  16' Iravel trailer, good cond.  886-9959. #31  Hawaiian' tent trailer, exc.  cond.. slove & sink, sleeps live.  $950 885-3850. #33  SECHELT MIME  twin LTD.  Captain llll Harm  MCM.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S  M A B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  20' Sangsler 255 HP. close cool-  so engine. 7.5 kicker, cabin  {6400 OBO 885-5040. leave  message #33  1990 Merc 40 (classic 50). used  2 months. 10 mon. warranty left.  Comes wilh fuel tank & line,  prop, controls, etc. S2400 OBO.  885-5840. leave message.    #33  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20-30-40-50-70 HP  1988-1989 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition Lowes Resort.  883-2456. TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  For Sale: Float with building.  886-8058. #33sr  Carloda. N' 43' D-licencepacker  $28,000.  K.  Farrell 685-1126  weekends or gen/del. Egmonl.  #34sr  Marine Mechanic available.  886-8101.  TFN  Samson 37' FC sailboat.  Bluewaler Liveaboard. well built,  comfortable, loaded. $36,000.  886-7400. #33s  1976 22'Cal-glass, 2151/0,270  Volvo leg. good condition. $5400.  Bill, 886-2191 afler 6 pm.    #31  Small boat trailer, up lo 14' boat,  $200 OBO. 883-9278. #31  22V boal. 302 engine, extra  Volvo parts, $1500 OBO.  883-9278. #31  32' Farrell - tilled oul as pleasure  or charter boat - fully equipped  and ready lo go, Chev 454 engine  c/w<all Kfetl'oilics.'" safety &  fishing equipment, can be seen at  Shilcomb Lookoul, Madeira Park.  $47,500. 580-2433 days.  580-6633 eves, 657-3823  cellular. #31  30' disp. cruiser, 340 Chry. dual  hyd. sir, live bail tank, VHF/CB,  slereo, sounder, $7950 OBO.  885-2814.885-2515.        #32s  18' Sangster 120 hp 4 cyl. I/O  Sounder, trailer. Good cond.  $4250 OBO. 886-9047      #32si  Swap or sell - 34' diesel Tugboat.  Phone 886-2459. #32  24' Fibreform 260 Volvo engine  Volvo leg, power anchor, auto  limer, bail tank, gas sniffer, two  CB's with base station, dinghy.  $11,600,886-9377. #32  1970 KC Thermoglass, 18' deep  hull, I/O AG125,280 Volvo leg S  exl. on trailer, $5000.886-8367.   #32  1975 18' Bellboy, H.T.. 125  Volvo, runs well, $3900 OBO.  886-7945,886-7634. #32  15'6" Hourston. 65 HP Merc,  trailer, lots ot gear. Good shape.  $3600.886-3496. #33  Misc. small boals; wooden  sailboats, liberglass skei. kayaks,  sailboards & gear, trailer, motors,  gas tanks, parts & accessories.  New. used or fixer uppers. Steve  886-4788. #31  17' K&C, canvass top. near new  50 Evinrude, depth sounder,  etc., $4000. 886-8189.       #31  21' Sangster cutty cabin, slove,  sink, toilet, molor rebuilt 1989.  $6500 includes moorage until  1991; 9.5 Evinrude, $500.  883-1167. #33  22' Bayliner. Volvo 140, deplh  sounder, CB. anchor, winch,  elc, extra 7.5 HP Merc,  $12,500, Madeira Marina Pad  #9, or call 736-7002. #33  Complete OMC leg rebuilt, $1000  OBO, $1400 on repairs.  885-4593. #33  24' fiberform flying bndge. new  motor. $7000 OBO, trades  welcome. 885-4593. ��33  Achilles inflatable tO'/V. nearly  new. $1800; 16' aluminum boal  trailer. $350; 3 5 HP Nissan 2  circ. molor, $550. hardly used.  885-2045. #31  Sailboat 14' fibreglass twin keel,  custom built, salety hull wilh  cabin, 5 years old, Honda 4  slroke 5 HP outboard. 3 sails,  this boat is immaculate, can be  seen at Gibsons Marina. $5800.  Call 886-BOAT. #31  16' K S C runabout, highlander.  easy load trailer, both in exc  cond. Used mainly in fresh water.  Older 50 hp Johnson in very good  running condition Built-in 15 gal.  gas tank. 2 batteries with switch,  windshield wiper, kicker bracket,  anchor and rope, lite jackets, rod  holders. Uphostery and canvas in  exc shape $3600 883-2177  #32  19V; boat, motor, trailer Many  exlras Trade for W H.Y. Value  $5500.886-9050. #32  Moorage and RV Sites at Pender  Harbour. 883-9177. #32  19 Reinell. rebuilt motor and leg.  full canvass, spare prop., very  last. $3200 OBO. 886-2976.  #34ss  Mobile Homes  USED HOMES  STARTING AT:  $12,900����F0B  Collect 580-4321  Wanted to Rent  Mature, responsible gentleman  requires t or 2 bdrm. suite, apt.,  house or what have you. Long  term. 886-7741 or leave  message. Mr. Townsend  884-5427. ��1  Single working woman seeking  accommodation in Sechelt village  immediately, refs. avail.  885-3650. #31  Desperately seeking beachfront  accommodation, professional  woman and son. require 2 or 3  bedroom house as soon as possible Were back on the Coasl.  Where is our haven' 886-9747  leave message #32  Home in Sechelt area, as of  August. Family ol 3 Phone  1-462-2573oi 1-462-2839.  #31  Teacher new to Gibsons. N/S,  N/D. requires accommodation lor  hersell and house-trained cat  A S.A P 886-8960 between 6-9  pm. #33  Urgent. N/S. married couple  looking lor co;y smaller house or  mobile home. Roberts Creek.  Sechelt area tor Aug. 31.  1 -432-9680 or 1-432-7384.   #31  Help Wanted  �� Business 8.  Home Services  Roberts Creek Hall avail.,  dances, parties, weddings,  equipment rental. Yvonne  885-4610. TFN  460 sq. ft, office/showroom. Gibsons. 886-3606. #31  1981 14x70'. Selma Vista Park.  5 appliances. $34,500.  885-7729 eves. #33sr  Pleasant. 3 bdrm. double wide.  Sunshine Coasl Trailer Park.  $22.000.886-7400. #31  FAMILY PARK  s155/month  ONLY 5% DOWN  with MAP. Program OAC  Call Collect 580-4321  2 bdrm. 12x54 mobile home.  Phone 886-7621 alter 6 pm lor  appointment to view. #32  1981 Leader 14 x 60 W/D,  Iridge. stove. 886-4999. #60  Sunshine Coast Trailer Park. #32  Older 10x44 mobile home,  available Sept. Besi oiler. Must  be moved. 886-7778. #33  MINI STORAGE  886-8628  #32  Privale room to lei in waterfront  home, living area, TV, private  bathroom, kitchen privileges, lurnished or unfurnished. 5 mins. to  Sechell, $100 per week  885-3409 or 684-8898.        #31  WHY PAY RENT?  5% or *2000"��  down will put you into  this 2 or 3 bedroom  home ot your choice  with MAP. program.  Home includes stove, fridge.  carpet S drapes plus many  olher options. Family & adull  parks available.  Call collect  580-4321  Ask about our special  incentive program.  16' fibreglass canoe, good  shape, $300 OBO. 885-4593 #33  198414V;' Sangsler, deep V, 40  HP Merc, 2 HP Yamaha kicker,  many extras, trailer, $3500 OBO.  885-3865. ��2s  3 Bdrm. lor sale. Available immediately Covered deck & large  private yard. $19,000.  886-9581. #31  Motorcycles  KE  In Stock al  EN MAC  cycle  Oil Fillers. Batteries. Tires.  Riding Gear, elc  Phone Jay at 886-2031  1986 KX125. Re-Buill. $1350.  885-9557 #34s  '81 Kawi 1000J Header, good  rubber. Like new. Fast.  885-5492. #34ss  Wanted to Rent  Married, professional couple seek  1 bdrm. house or cottage. No  children, no pets. 885-3435.    #33  Experienced house painter, 42,  non-smoking wants room or cottage. Will exchange painting or  yard work lor rent or will oay.  Stan. 885-7255. #31  36' TROJAN TRI-CABIN  Completely outfitted for fishing.  3 depth sounders, incl. graph & colour.  Generator. Rebuilt engines. Command  bridge entertainment bar with hot &  cold running water, icemaker fridge.  2 VHF Radios. All-chain anchor system.  Will consider Whaler-type trade or Sunshine  Coast recreational property.  883-2449  Pender Harbour, 2 bdrm. view  home, 1 acre, $500. 883-9430.  #32  Furnished 2-bed home, Garden  Bay Estates, marina view. N/S.  Sept.-June, $600.883-9414.#32  Egmont -1 bdrm basement suite,  $375. Hel.. no pets. Avail, immediately. 522-8460. #32  3 Bdrm., 2 bathroom, detached  townhouse. 3 Balconies, garage.  5 appliances, N/S. One year  lease $800/month. Viewing and  application at #9. 5471 Secret  Cove Rd.. Thurs.. Aug. 9, 5-8  pm. or call 685-9598. #32  Sleeping room, 2 piece balh, in  waterfront home avail, im-  mediateiy Leave message.  988-9402 #31  Main lloor 3 bdrm. w/fronl. 15  min. walk to lerry. avail. Aug. 1.  $1000/month. 886-4973 or  984-9202 #31  Gibsons 2 bdrm. duplex,  fireplace, view. $900 includes  utilities. 1 Sepl. 1-254-5288.  #31  1 bdrm house avail. Sept 1st  until June 30/91. Hopkins Landing, $700/mo. 886-3562.   #31  Bright furnished room, everything  included, downtown Gibsons.  $400,886-9261. #33  Redrooffs   Road,   furnished   2  bdrm, waterfront cottage. Sept. 1  -June30,'91.$550.885-9857.  #31  1  bdrm.  waterfront basement  suite, furnished or unfurnished,  avail., Sept. 1. $495. 883-9559.  #31  3 bdrm. house. 2 bath. N/S, no  pels, Roberts Creek, $950.  885-9516. #33  Waterlronl summer cabin, weekly  rates, partly furnished. Steve  Sawyer, Gibsons Realty Property  Management, 886-2277.     #31  Security  BTORAQEl  ��� r vs ��� boals "etc. ��\  Mountainview Petrocan I  883-8337 |  2 Bdrm. mobile lor rem.  886-9581. #31  Granlhams Landing. Self-  contained waterfront suite - 1  bedroom wilh balconey. Top  floor. Only for single person $550  per month plus utilities. Aelbers  Real Estate. 886-9238.        #31  Help Wanted  Someone lo split and stack  firewood, mostly aider, $5/hr,  886-4714. #31  Waitresses  Door Staff  Bartenders  Apply 8-10 pm  Tuee. to Set.  Ask for Clint or Paul  OFFICE  ADMINISTRATOR  Under the direction ol the  General Manager the incumbent will provide secretarial  services to two non-profit  organizations.  Dulles: primarily responsible  tor office administration,  reception, word processing,  general clerical and tiling  duties, assisting with bookkeeping and other tasks as  assigned.  Oualilicalions knowledgeable ol office procedures;  financial and business fundamentals; effective ai verbal and written communication: comfortable working  with the public; accurate  typing skills; computer skills  and experience, organizational skills; ability to work  with little supervision; con-  fidentialily imperative. Experience in an office setting  required.  Salary and benelits commensurate with experience  and qualifications. Send  resume and hand written letter by August fO, 1990 to:  Sunihlne Coast Business  Development Centre  P.O. Box 128  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Aquarius Seafarms Ltd. is looking lo (ill larm technician positions for its Sunshine Coast  growout oepration, shift work.  Send resume lo Box 2540,  Sechelt. BC VON 3A0. #32  WANTED. Lose unwanted weigh!  now! Doctor created, sale  guaranteed program. Eat food  you love, we pay $$ for your  results! 1-978-3095 loll tree info.  #35  Part time CDA required immediately for Gibsons dental office, ORTHO knowledge an asset.  Apply c/o Dr. Bland, RR2.S2C6,  Gibsons VON IVO. #31  Large view townhouse in Cenlral  Gibsons. All appliances, furnished, avail, weekly $300. Please  leave message 886-3013 or  649-2452. #31  A RESUME IS VOUR MOST IM-  PORTANT DOCUMENT! Free Consultation and discount on resume  preparation during August for any  student. 885-5212. #32  Business manager required,  musl have good accounting skills  & computer experience. Apply in  confidence fo Shorncliffe. Attn:  Mr. Howard Webster. Box 1560.  Sechell, B.C. VON 3A0.       #31  Home Support Workers - Sechelt  Area. We are looking lor people  with a mature altitude who will  enjoy working with seniors in  their homes. It you are interested  in entering or re-entering the  work force, we want to meet you.  Vou must be in good physical and  emotional health, and have a  reliable car with valid license. Experience in health care or in  working with the elderly is an  asset. Students who meet the  above criteria are welcome to apply. Wage $7 77/hour Phone  885-5144. #31  Exp mature waitress &  dishwasher. Apply in person  Jade Palace Restaurant.       #33  ePaittime person required for  ! video dept. al Kern's Home Furnishings, must be 18 years ol  age. apply In person only.    #31  Greenhouse worker needed, no  exp. necessary, will train. Apply  .Roosendal Farms. 883-9910. #29  Foster Hemes ere urgently needed. For more information please  call Judy Walls, Minislry Social  Services & Housing, 885-7101  weekdays #31  Two full time/part time cashiers  at IGA. Apply in person.       #32  Waitresses  Bartenders  & Cooks  Full or Part-Time  Peninsula Motor Inn  886-2804'     I  Responsible mature sales clerk,  some late shifts, part time. Apply  in person, Seamount Shell Car  Wash. #32  Mature person for local business  to learn front counter service,  technical ability and manual dexterity an asset, must be bondage, persons qualified for Ihe  Employment Opportunity Program  prelerred. Apply Box 1922,  Sechelt, B.C. #32  Conveyancing secretary, part-  time, required In Notary Oflice.  Please send resume to P.O. Box  1820, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0. #31  Dishwasher wanted al Bonniebrook Lodge. Phone  886-2887. #33  Steady work - No Lay Oils,  several people required, $1600  per month lo start, musl be willing to work afternoon shifts. Call  885-6015 9 am lo tl am, Mon.  only. #31  PART-TIME  MERCHANDISER  Secholt-Madalrs Perk  Gibsons  National service company  seeks responsible Individuals to call on major  drug, discount, and mass  market retail stores. These  are permanent positions with  growth potential. Responsibilities Include merchandising displays, writing  orders, and supporting promotional campaigns for nationally advertised products.  You will be paid as an independent rep on a per call  basis. Sales or retail experience a plus, but not required. Must be able to provide own insured transportation. Interested candidates  should send resumes or letters of application to:  MAGNI-SERV  P.O. Box 25097,  SMtttto, Wuhlngton,  U.S.A. 98125-8949  ECE qualified preschool teacher,  Oct.-May. Resumes to Rainbow  Preschool, Gen. Del.. Roberts  Creek, BC VON 2W0 or Jane  886-7610. #33  29.  Business &  Home Services  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal,   Insured,  Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  BRENDA'S HOUSEKEEPING SER-  VICE - Complete cleaning, laundry, etc. 883-9935 after 6 pm.  #31  Pacific Construclion, a division of  Tolan Dev. Ltd., renovations,  basements, drywall, T-Bar ceilings, suspended drywall ceilings,  finishing carpentry. For free  estimates call Roland 885-4847.  #31  North Pacific Boatbuilding, a division ol Tolan Dev. Ud., repair  and restoration, cabinets, etc..  wood & fibreglass boats. Call  Roland 885-4847. #31  ARIUTUS   OFFICE   SERVICES  provides prompt personalized  confidential service for all your  secretarial needs - RESUMES.  LETTERS. ESSAVS. 885-5212.   #32  Water hauling service, 2000gal.,  4x4 tanker with spray bar.  886-3412. #32  Typing   Service   available,  manuscripts,   term   papers,  business letters, etc. 885-7604.  #32  Jungle King  removes vines, brambles, brush,  carefully trims low branches to  create usable, open space. Will  help you transform your jungle into gardens, park, playground.  Will build stone paths, walls,  steps, creekbridges, log  playground equipment. Trav  886-2658 #32  Accounting Services lor small  businesses. Computer Tutor  Michael Hamer. 886-7589.   #33  Throwing A Dinner Party?!!!  Butlel. BBO, A La Carte, relax  and enjoy your company, A taste  for the palate. For the personal  touch, call In Home Catedng  885-3435. #33  Work Wanted  Reliable man/men available for  lawn and garden labour and ofhei  day jobs. Rob 886-3822.     #33  Framing crew available, air  equipped. Ph. all. 6 pm.  886-7830. TFN  MOUNTAINSIDE  PRESSURE WASHING  Trailers, homes, all types ol  buildings, boats, roots, paint  stripping, patios, equipment,  driveways, sundecks, swimming  pools, gutters cleaned, quality  workmanship. Free Estimates  885-7473. TFN  HANDYMAN: Carpentry, drywall,  painling. patio slones. fencing,  drive-way sealing, rool de-  mossing, hauling. No job loo  small. Alan 886-8741.        #33  Experienced house cleaner,  housekeeper, rates negotiable,  Sechelt area. 885-5770.      #31  Sandblasler, painter, marine and  industrial. Phone after 7 pm or  weekends anytime. Rob  886-4969. #34  Work Wanted  Bonded reliable worry-tree  houseselting pets & plants looked after as it you were here.  Please phone 886-7769.      #31  Versatile Conslruction Company  available. Irom foundation to  finishing, air equipped, local  references available. Please call  evenings 886-3538. #91  Work Wanted  ALL SEASON  BOBCAT SERVICE  ��� Site Preparation  ��� Landscaping  ��� Dirt Removal, Spreading  ��o job too big a small.  PtMll uN M6-7052  ,  H0me PROFESSIONAL  " STEAM CLEANING  Carpels .��.  Upholstery  POWtRrui TRUO MOUNIID  I0UIPMIN1  BESI POSSIBLE RESULTS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE  886-3823  a DIVISION 0e< BEN HVIII  l����"W,C��"*"  Backhoe for hire. $45/hour.  Phone Mark 885-9011.        #32  Need a diver? Phone Mark  885-9011. #32  Coast Renovations  Skylights, sundecks, drywall,  painting, additions. Franz or Andy. 883-2907. ��2  00     YOU     NEED  Lawn/landscape maintenance,  weedealing, brushcutting, rubbish removal, mobile washing,  hedge trimming, window  washings. Skip's Maintenance  Service, 885-2373. #33  Ministry ol  Foraara  INVITATION TO TENDER  SaalaeJ tendees lor the  following silviculture aunreaya  contract vein M received by tie*  District Menagee, Sunahlnt  Cout Foreel Katricl, 7077  Duncan Street, Poeevoll Rlvef,  BC ve* 1 WI on Itei data shown  below.  Conlrtct: HSOV05-05  For: Stocking and IrM  growing aurvaya  Location: Mt. Elpielnslono.  Chapman Creek seed  Qray CtnI naar Stchall, BC  Sunahlna Coaal Foetal  District  On: 1004 haclaraa  viewing Data: August t, IPSO  leaving thi Secreal! Fl.ld 01-  llca allO:0O a.m.  viewing ol the site prior lo submitting e bid Is mandatory  Deadline lor receipt ol lenders  ls3:30p.m.,Augusl1S,1eieo,at  which lime all lenders will be  opened.  Tenders must be submitted  on the lorm and In Ihe  envelopes supplied which, with  Ihe particulars, may be obtained from the District Menager in  Powell River.  The lowest or any tender will  nol necessarily be accepted.  MINISTRY OF FORESTS  SUNSHINE COAST DISTRICT  PESTICIDE USE PERMIT  NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPLY HERBICIDES  Notice is hereby given that the Ministry ol  Forests, Sunshine Coast District Office, has received Pesticide Use Permit No. 401-053-90/92 from  the Ministry of Environment lor the use ol "Vision"  (Glyphosate P.C.P. No. 19899).  The purpose ol this project Is deciduous brush  control for site preparation and plantation  maintenance purposes. The location of this herbicide application Is Sechelt in the vicinity of Storm  Bay. The herbicide will be applied over 16 hectares  by aerial treatment. The treatment will take place  between August 25,1990 and November 30,1992.  This notice is given to meet the requirements of  the above permit. Copies ot the permit and maps  can be viewed at the Ministry ot Forests, Sechelt  Field Office, 1975 Field Road, Sechelt, B.C., VON  3A0, phone number 885-5174.  If you're wondering "where it's at" on the Sunshine Coast, you'll find just what  you want to know in the Leisure Edition of  i i  /    a  The ctlve type? You'll find hiking trails, biking trails and tips on kayaking &  scuba diving.  Art lovers enjoy profiles on some of the Coast's best artists, and all the  lowdown on the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre.  .Bookworms 6 Writers - here's the scoop on the Festival of the Written Arts,  both past & present.  And for those who just want to wander and enjoy, there are articles on our  wonderful Marine Playgrounds, 24 Sunshine Coast Adventures, a summer  Calendar of Events, and maps to get you where you want to go. As well as  where you can stop and eat, rest, dance, shop, find unique souvenirs, rent  boats and go on tours I  Discover  the Coast's many  attractions with  Sunshine Coast  SOUNDINGS  On sale at Tourist  Info Centres,  bookstores and  newstands  evervwhae.  ^MMMMiUiita  ' -i.1-".*.*���.!*���--* ������?. ��-  mmmmmmt  ������    .......     J-a'J    ������,  J -...-a. . Coast News, July 30,1990  23.  to the Editor  White takes Wilson to task  Editor:        ^^^^^^^  If Lieberal candidate Gordon  Wilson must write letters to the  p.iper defending himself against  the charge of "influence peddling" I wish he would keep my  name out of it.  I have never accused Gordon  Wilson of influence peddling,  but I did accuse him of the most  appallingly bad judgment I have  ever seen displayed by a  regional politician, and I and  many others still stand by that  charge.  The occasion, lest anyone  forget, was his derision to appoint an out-of-town developer  and his real estate agent to the  Area A Advisory Planning  Commission at the very time  these two gentlemen had the  highly controversial Farrington  Cove condominium proposal  before the Regional Board for  rezoning.  This terrible mistake was  made worse by Wilson's continue support of the developer  after it became clear he intended  to .sell the rezoned property to  Hong Kong investors at more  than double his purchase price.  It was made worse yet by his  aggressive support of the land  flipper when he fell into a  dispute with the Regional  Board's chief planner and had  the property rezoned a second  time to boost the density from  the merely stratospheric to the  positively astronomical.  It was clinched by his refusal  to admit his terrible mistake  even after the developer resigned from the APC and cleared  out of town when the deal was  completed.  Mr. Wilson's statement that  the court petition seeking to  overturn the second Farrington  Cove rezoning bylaw "happened at the hand of none other  than the local candidate for the  NOP" (myself) is an outright  falsehood and he knows it. The  petition was Filed by Farrington  Cove neighbour and former  North Vancouver mayor Tom  Reid, who is nobody's stooge,  and hundreds of people from  the area supported him by sign  ing petitions and contributing  funds.  Mr. Wilson's su,ggestion that  the failure of Reid's petition  "entirely clears" him of his  handling of Farrington Cove  only shows he still has no real  defense; the judge merely ruled  that there was nothing  technically illegal about the way  the .second rezoning bylaw was  prepared.  The larger question of  whether Mr. Wilson showed the  kind of judgment his constituents have a right to expect is  something that can only be  decided in the wider court of  public opinion.  Howard White  Wilson sets the record straight  Editor:  I am compelled to set the  record straight on my position  with regard to the considerable  debt left by Aquarius Seafarms  Ltd. as reported on the front  page of your paper last week.  In so far as neither Mr.  Howard White nor the NDP  were anywhwe to be seen or  heard from during the considerable hiatus that was caused  from 1985 to 1989 from the  rapid, uncontrolled growth of  this industry, it is perhaps  understandable that he doesn't  know what he is talking about.  It is less understandable  however, that a man who  aspires to represent this area in  public office seems to have such  difficulty reading and comprehending written material.  What I said was this. This is a  considerable debt left owing to  local businesses on the Sunshine  Coast, in some cases enough to  make the difference between  continued operation or closure.  Because of the nature of the  foreshore tenures, .and the manner in which capital can be  transferred between existing  tenures that may be registered  under different operations, the  provincial government should  move quickly to assist local  businesses who are owed money  by preventing the shifting of  capital between licensed operations. I have at no time sug  gested that we use tax payers  money to bail out fish farms.  I do find it curious, however,  that Mr. White should so harshly advocate no government  subsidy to local business. I  wonder if his attitude to one's  "Godgiven right to go broke ...  with their own money" also applies to the Canadian publishing  industry?  Gordon Wilson, Leader  B.C. Liberal Party  Racism rears its ugly head  Editor:  Vicious racial insults and the  threat of violence on the  highway near Davis Bay has  smeared our image of the Sunshine Coast.  I'm still upset and feel that  printing this will give me peace  of mind.  9a+f*  tout  ,UtfSfrw"  Wit.���*  a? just belore  ^During-10"9  vjeekend.  z\ Mter vou've  had the rugs  cleaned.  Pump It now.  Bonniebrook  Industries  (ask  SM-70M  tot"  I was searching for my wallet  I'd lost earlier last Tuesday, July. 24, when out with my  children. Unable to find it, I  returned later, at 7 pm, parked  my car off the highway just  north of the convenience store  and was walking north looking  again for my wallet when suddenly the word 'nigger' was  flung from a passing burgundy  and white Ford pick-up truck. I  felt furious especially when the  seven guys in the truck then  turned and headed back, pulled  over across the highway and  began to harass me verbally.  Frightened - I could not be  .seen from any of the homes, I  flagged down an oncoming car.  The youths pulled away, but I  could see them turning again as  a man, who I thank again, watched me get safely to my car,  where I automatically locked  the doors.  I hate to think what would  have happened had the second  car not come? What type of  cowards - seven to one -threaten  a woman alone? And I wonder,  is this a lone incident or typical  on the Sunshine Coast?  I've never livesd anywhere but  in predominantly white communities and have never experienced such discrimination.  I'm writing this to alert the  parents of, and people that  know these guys in the burgun  dy and white Ford pick-up, I  hope these youths are never  harassed by people worse than  themselves.  Thanks again to Vern, the  honest man who returned my  wallet the following day.  Sadly, I am asking this letter  be signed only with my initials  for fear of reprisals.  CO.  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CHI 885-9209.  il-      Business  Opportunities      INVESTMENT     $1000 ��� $9000  Invest small amount or large and  share revenues now. Return Is  double  your  money.   Call  885-9209.  Start now - local Amway  distributor offers opportunity lor  good earnings. Vou pick the  hours. We assist you. For appointment call 885-7144.    #32  NIB TIME AND INCOME  Sam  oriented,   fashion  Interested and self motivated.  Please call 485-9176.       #32  o  ��  ft  n  ���  10  09  ft  CO  o  III  in  co  CO  *  u  z  h  CO  <  O  o  The usual prize of $5 will be awarded to ttte tint correct entry  drawn which locates the above. Send your entries to reach the  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons by Saturday of this week. Last  week's winner was Chris Schiwder of Halfmoon Bay who correctly identified the eight ball at Middle Point.  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In Abbotsford  'JlJ  GREGQO-852*5999  r^       TOLL FREE 140048*4136  I DAWN TO DUSKI Coast News, July 30,1990  For Pender park  SCRD gets GO funding  by Row Nicholson  The newest Regional District  park at Katherine Lake in  Pender Harbour is proving to  be a popular spot with both  tourists and the focal population.  The park, which used to be  known as Brightside Resort,  was recently purchased by the  Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD) for MOO.000  and was partly financed by a  'Go BC' grant for $207,177  which was presented by MLA  Harold Long last week to  Regional District Chairman  Peggy Connor.  At the July 26 meeting of (he  Parks Committee, Parks  Superintendent Steve Alexander  described for committee  members recent work that has  tieen done to upgrade the new  park.  Floats, a chlorinator, picnic  tablets, garbage containers, and  signs have been installed and  lawns and parking areas have  ton mended.  A trailer has ebeen provided  for the caretakers, Etuia and  Dennis White, and "ihey are  doing a superb job" said park  director Marie Bisson-  Montpetit.  Recent popular activities at  the park have been swimming  lessons and a course in water  safety put on by the Pender  Harbour Power Squadron.  In the first three weeks of July an income of over $4000 was  generated by camping fees and  programs.  Bisson-Montpetit had a list of  suggested improvements for the  park, but Park Committee  members decided that most of  them would have to wait until  next year.  MLA Harold Long flew In last week to present an oversize GO  BC cheque of $207,177 to Sunshine Coasl Regional District  Chairman Peggy Connor as the province's share In Ihe $600,000  Katherine .Lake Park In Pender Harbour. Long had some olher  good news for the Sunshine Coast. "1 can tell you now," he said.  "There will lie two ferries on this run by 1991." He also hinted at  other good news, "But I can't tell you yet," he said. "The  Minister will be making an announcement soon." Bul telephones'  ait obviously a painful subject. "We have a new theme song," he  commented. "We ain't gonn'a phone no more...no more."  ���Rose Nicholson photo  Sangster wins  settlement  Private school  for French  Gail Sangster, tormer manager of the Sechelt Chamber of  Commerce office, has won an  out of court settlement of $1500  for overtime pay and $300 for  damages in her suit against the  Chamber.  Sangster, who had managed  the Sechelt office for nearly two  years, sued the Chamber for  wrongful dismissal following  her dismissal in March 1989,  claiming that she was given no  COTTAGE CARE  QUALITY  PROPERTY  CARE  SERVICES  serving Sechelt  and area  [Watch for  |      Details  reason for the action.  A counter suit brought by the  Chamber claimed that Sangster  had been paid for hours that she  had not worked, but documentation presented in court established that there were 173 hours  of over time pay and holiday  pay owing to Sangster at the  time of her dismissal.  "I was never told why I was  fired, and never given an opportunity to defend myself,"  Sangster said in an interview  with the Coast News. "It was a  devastating experience."  "I tried to settle it without  going to court. AU I wanted was  to find out what I had done, but  they wouldn't talk to me, so I  took it to court."  The out of court settlement  came after a one day court hearing in Sechelt on April 23.  It's the middle of summer. A  time when most parents forget  about school, let the pressure  off, and relax. However, since  February of this year there has  not been much relaxing for  parents who wanted to have  their children enroll in French  Immersion in Grade I this  September.  As a result of the decision by  the school board to cancel the  early French Immersion program on the Sunshine Coast a  group of parents has organized  the 'Sunshine Coast French  Education Society' (SCFES).  We should be hearing a lot  from the SCFES in the next  while. They propose to offer an  alternative to the public school  in this district. They have contracted a certified teacher, a Ms  Viviane Hayeur, to provide  French Immersion instruction.  The immediate concern is  with the Kindergarten and  Grade 1 students who would  otherwise have nowhere to go  this September. Ms Hayeur is  from Montreal where she  received her Bachelors degree.  She has taught for the last 10  years, most recently in Baton-  Rouge. She is certified to teach  both elementary and secondary  levels.  This independent French Immersion school will be held at  Roberts Creek. The lease for  Camp Douglas has been signed  by officials of the society. The  marine   environment   and  Consultant seeks  recreation views  Consultant Doug Henderson  is in the process of quizzing  members of about 65 community groups on the Sunshine  Coast. The information received will form part of the recommendations of the action plan  for the delivetry of recreation  and leisure services.  Professional Environmental  Recreational Consultants  (PERC), hired by the Sunshine  July  Effective  30th, 1990  fea  TOWN OF GIBSONS  Motor Vehicle hours will be  Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm  Saturday  9:00 am to 12:30 pm  Coast Regional District and  funded by the four local governments, is preparing the plan  which will assist our local  governments in planning for  recreation and leisure over the  next decade.  Doug Henderson is conducting the one-hour interviews  with representatives of  ratepayers' associations, as well  as the Coast's sports, arts and  nature groups.  PERC will also seek public  opinion through a mail-out  survey to be sent to approximately 1000 randomly selected  Sunshine Coast residents.  A goals and objectives  workshop involving local  decision-makers and facilitated  by PERC will be held on  August 9.  The first draft of the action  plan is to be ready by late  August or early Septemeber. A  public information meeting to  receive input and suggestions  will be scheduled soon after.  If you or your group has nol  been contacted and you wish to  speak with the consultant, he  can be reached through PALS'  representatives Sandy McBride  (885-5717) or Sue Lamb  (885-9975).  k  CEDAR BENCHES  Comfortable & mad* to last.  Mortise & Tenon  joinery throughout.  Oil Finish  4' BENCH - $525  SW BENCH -1590  fnoMlnr*  Timothy Clement  Cabinet Maker  Mfrtait  Call Me/  am\*A%%\%*aTAV  Also Available At Shadow Baux Galleries  Cowrie St., Sechilt 885-7606  forested surroundings should  make for a good school location. This will not be the permanent location for the school  however, there are plans to construct a permanent building in  the next few years.  All of these great strides cost.  School will not be free for these  children. The $300 per month  tuition for a full day student  may put the school out of reach  for some families. As a result,  the society has voted not to let  cost deter a student from attending French Immersion school.  The final decision is made by an  admissions committee, and the  funding shortfall will have to be  managed by more vigorous  fund raising.  There is still some room for  students wishing to enter Grade  One or Kindergarten in  September. Contact 886-8029  for details.  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