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Array Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast        25* per copy on news stands  Together at last  Local governments  discuss shared issues  by Rose Nicholson  A variety of concerns that affect the whole Sunshine Coast  were discussed at Ine May 31  Joint Municipal Meeling.  Representatives of the four local  governments regularly get  together to discuss common  issues.  At last week's meeting a new  concept was aired, 'Sunshine  Coasl 2020'.  "The year 2020 is a whole  generation away," explained  Regional District Director Brett  McGillivray, "but this is the  time to decide on some  guidelines on way the Coast is  going to be developed."  There was general agreement  that transportation and  highways was one of the major  issues that needed to be addressed.  "The piecemeal work on  local highways is insane," said  Regional Dislricl Director Gordon Wilson. "There should be a  comprehensive plan to develop  the whole highway system."  Sechelt Mayor Tom Meredith  was highly critical of delays by  the Department of Highways in  rerouting Highway 101 away  from Cowrie Street.  "It's taken them over three  years to figure out how to deal  with three lousy little intersections," he said.  Documents signed at the  meeting confirmed participation  by the four governments in the  Provincial Emergency Program  (PEP). There was concern that  federal money for emergency  programs was not available to  DC because of failure of the  provincial government to sign  an agreement with the federal  government.  "But we are going to get  some money for a backup to  our emergency communication  system," said McGillivray.  There was unanimous support for efforts to solve problems of hazardous waste  disposal, watershed protection  and recycling.  Funding for PALS and the  arts community was discussed,  and Gibsons Mayor Diane  Strom gave assurances that the  Maritime Society's project does  have her council's approval.  Mayor Tom Meredith praised  the Shop Easy recycling program, "bul il's getting to be  more than they can handle," he  said. "It's costing them about  $800 to $900 a month. And  their insurance underwriters are  very concerned. We should be  giving them Some help."  The recent visit of the governor general to Pender Harbour  was seen as a Tine example of a  unified community spirit. "If  was probably the nicest community event I've ever b��n to,"  commented Gordon Wilson.  "Just about everybody was  there and the feeling was very  good.  "This meeting is a good one  too," he went on, "but there is  only one thing missing. We  can't pass motions. But what  if..."  He didn't finish, but could it  be that 2020 will mean a unified  government for the Sunshine  Coast?  Volunteers clean  skate bowl area  What do you expect to be doing when the weekend hits?  Watching a game on television?  Sleeping in? Relaxing in the  backyard?  Well if you're Karen Olsen  and her husband Robert Ellam,  along with Mary Lou and Bill  Leach and their children, you  are working hard to make sure  Chief Tom Paul (left) and Councillor .Ben Pierre.  ���Ktnl Shrredin photo  Sechelts' land  is registered  The Sechelt Indian Band has once mote made Canadian  history. Last week, in the provincial legislature, Attorney  Genera! Bud Smith announced that the .Secltelt Indian  Government District has beM Issued a certificate of recognition, consenting to the enltty of the .Sechelt Indian Band  Lands into BC's land title registration system.  Tlie next day, June 1, Lot 14-\ became the first Indian land  to be registered under private tide in BC and Canada.  That lot is the site of the Sechelt Indian Government  District Cultural and Education Complex. The title registration removes the final Mock in beginning the project.  Chief Tom Paul toW the Coast News he was especially proud of the plaque, which tarries both the Coat of Arms of BC  and the Sechelt Band Eagle.  Additionally, the Band was pretented with a dogwood tree,  to be ptaated on Lot 74-1.  ihe roller skaling area at  Brothers Park is fixed up in  lime for the exipecied summer  rush.  Not only are they donating  their time and effort to clean up  the roller skaling area and  repair Ihe skateboarding bowl  at Brothers Park, in fact, they  are set on making il better lhan  before, a place for kids of all  . ^es.i^snjux4��rin8..l!ie sumv,  mer.  "We are going to have a concession stand. We'll sell nachos,  lacos, popcorn, ice cream and  fruit drinks," Olsen told the  Coast News.  "During baseball tournaments we might have weekend specials," Olsen added.  Olsen told the Coasl News  lhal ihey would host theme  nighls to bolster community  spirit and to attract more interest and participation.  "We'll have special nights  like Family nighls, Couples Only, 50s Dress Up nights and  Lesson nights."  "We're hoping lo be open by  June 16." Olsen said.  "I can see it really catching  on, because if you're not at the  beach there's really nothing going on in Gibsons."  The volunteer crew will build  "four-fool walls around the existing ones.  "1 guess they figure wood is  safer," she said.  The cement in the skaiebowl  is cracked and dangerous.  "ll wasn't built right in Ihe  first place. I think a guy who  makes swimming pools did il,"  Olsen lamented.  "We'll chip away the old patches and put in new patches."  The refurbished skatebowl  will also boast a skate rental  shop.  "The Town of Gibsons has  200 pairs of skates and we'll  rent them to customers."  The Town of Gibsons is alsei  supplying all materials and  paint. In addition, "Gibsons  will fix Ihe washrooms." Olsen  said.  The washrooms were recently  vandalized with the lollel  smashed by large rocks and the  locked door apparently dented  and forced open with a vehicle.  The crew was pleased Gibsons Council was considering  putting in a trailer for a watchman.  "It would be a great  solution," Mary Lou Leach  said.  "There will always be vandalism. It's at the arena, at  churches, everywhere. Bul this  might get kids away from that  and onto some skates."  ��� The hardworking crew are  looking for donations of any  kind to help them reach their  summer deadline and would  also appreciate if anyone could  help them acquire an oven.  Klisala Harrison of Pender Harbour was one of many teenagers from all over the Sunshine Coast  Who performed at the Fifth Annual Teen, Show for Cystic Fibrosis held on May 26. The show raised  over $400 for the Sunshine Coast CF Chapter, (Sw story page 14). -Rath Formicr ajkoto  Harbour ratepayers  add to executive  by Myrtle Winchwter  On May 26 aboul 70 people  attended the Pender Harbour  and Dislricl Ratepayers  Association annual general  meeting, held in the Pender  Harbour Communily Hall and  chaired by Ratepayers President  Joe Harrison.  A previously-mailed  'Ratepayers Report' outlined  the executive's stand on a  number of local issues including  privatization of Irvine's Landing wharf, the Seattle Yacht  Club's dock extension, sewage  treatment at Farrington Cove,  the senior's housing project, expansion of the Pender Harbour  Health Clinic, watershed pro  tection, and the Sunshine Coasl  Regional District's purchase of  Katherine Lake.  Wilh the exception of discussion on the Irvine's Landing  wharf (described in a separate  article in ihe Coasl News) there  were no surprises in the  Ratepayers' presentation and  discussion of the issues.  Theresa Kishkan and Tom  Barker were electa as directors  and other nominees for the  positions included Bill Keim, Cy  O'Leary, and Shirley Hall.  Barker, a member of ihe  SCRD Area A Planning Committee, also sal on ihe committee which recently worked on re  writing the Area A land-use and  subdivision by-law.  Prior to the election, Tom  Barker questioned the accuracy  of the minutes of the October 22  Ratepayers meeting in relation  to Ihe membership's support of  the executive's negative stand  on the re-writing of the by-law.  He expressed disapproval of a  letter published to the same effect.  "You have done a great deal  of harm to the community,"  said Barker. "Either withdraw  the letter or resign."  "You are out of order,"  replied Harrison, "and not on  the agenda.  Ancient hemlock discovered  in Tetrahedron area  Western Canada Wilderness  Committee researcher Randy  Stolimann has located whal is  believed to be the oldest recorded specimen of mountain  hemlock near Edwards lake in  the Tetrahedron area. Pari of  ihis popular recreation area on  Ihe Sunshine Coasl is currently  scheduled for logging.  The ancient tree is 1.46  metres in diametrc, approximately 30 metres tall, and between 950 and 1000 years old. A  core sample representing 87 per  cent of the trunk radius shows  902 annual rings.  "To my knowledge this is ihe  oldest mountain hemlock on  record. A complele core sample  with a longer increment borer  may show that the tree was suppressed by shade or snowpack  early in its life, which is very  likely, so it may also be the first  of this species found over 1000  years old," said Stolimann.  The maximum age for mountain hemlock is generally considered to be between 800 and  900 years.  Stolimann and members of  the Tetrahedron Alliance visited  the site em May 28 to lake core  samples e>f the ancient trees,  litany of which arc yellow  cedars well over 1000 year old.  Stolimann also noted, "The  Ministry of Forests is planning  in allow logging in this area  which  would  spoil  the view  from Edwards Lake, and  destroy these heritage trees  within a popular recreation  area. This is really very shortsighted and unacceptable considering the Ministry of Forests'  mandate to protect areas for  recreation, as well as their considerable expenditures for  recreational facilities in this area  to date."  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  ���������ve ... .- -ma, H,'Ja.'Mu.e..i,-w......*-'riiniri VYIat|i Coast News, June 4,1990  GST challenged  The Better Business Bureau has challenged the federal  government's GST ad campaign. Representatives told the  national media last week if this advertising had been put  out by a private company, charges of false advertising  would have been laid.  It's bad enough that Canadians are paying a fortune to  advertise and promote unpopular government policy.  Worse still is the fact that it is misinformation.  How much of the national debt would be reduced if  every federal department was prevented from advertising  for five years? Add to (hat the total savings if government  expense accounts were eliminated for the same period of  time and Canadians might nol be required to "tighten  their belts".  One more cloud  PrtCT Dueck is the sixth cabinet minister in the Vander  Zalm government to resign under a cloud of suspicion.  This happened the same week that Moe Sihota filed the  promised charges against Bill Reid for "breach of trust" in  handing out $277,fJ0O of lottery money to his former campaign manager.  Attorney-General Bud Smith has staled lhat the government could stay the charge against Reid (not allow it to be  prosecuted) and the Premier has made it clear he looks forward to Dueck returning to the cabinet soon.  Is there no end to the contempt this government continues to show towards the people of this province and the  justice system?  Congratulations  Some .people come up with great ideas and hope the  government will take on the cause and fund their project.  Others study an idea for a year or two before implementing  any action. Then there tire people who believe something  needs to be done and go out and do it.  Such is the case with the small group of volunteers fixing  up the skateboard bowl in Gibsons. They have taken it upon  themselves to reclaim the abandoned project and make it  work.  Their dedication must be applauded, especially by people  who resent their taxes being spent on recreational facilities.  More than that, they should be fully supported by the community they are serving, both financially and physically.  I  5 YEARS AGO  Chief Stan Dixon has been Invited to fly to Ottawa for  discussion on the proposed Sechelt Indian Band Act.  Hopes are high at the Band office that the federal logjam over amending the constitution on native rights  might be forcing the federal government to consider the  band by band approach to self-government long advocated by the Sechelt Indians.  The Sunshine Coast Environmental Protection Project has written to the Minister of Agriculture demanding the immediate ban on the use of the herbicide  'Roundup' for use in Forestry.  10 YEARS AQO  A motion was put forward at a Sechelt council  meeting to protest additional gravel pit operations on  east Porpoise Bay, because of concerns that the existing operations are already adequate to handle the  amount of gravel being extracted.  Pat Mulligan of the Sunshine Coast Golf and Country  Club won awards In the recent provincial Gold Competitions; he won the fourth low net in the BC Seniors' Golf  Tournament in Nanaimo. ���  20 YEARS AGO  Sechelt council has decided to thank the Girl Guides  for their work in cleaning up the beach area ol refuse  which would be dangerous to youngsters.  30 YEARS AQO  Gibsons girls Kathy Holland, Joyce Inglis, Jean  Mason and Elaine Swanson announced their candidacy  for July 1st queen.  40 YEARS AQO  The community of Selma Park has grown up. Following representations In respect to street lighting sponsored by the Selma Park Community Association the  BC Power Commission installed six lights to be controlled by the new light gauge meters. These assure  lights being in operation immediately where there is any  lessening of normal light.  The Sunshine  lint tewi  p.t>ii.h.d by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Oilier Mgr: Anne Thumpaon  Dee Grant  Editor: Penny Fuller  Kent Sheridan  Jeff Carpenter  Prodaactton Mgr: Jane Stuart Advertising Mgr: Fran Burnside  Sherrl Payne John Gilbert  Bev Cranston jea��� Broccoli  Bonnie Mctteffey  Brian McAndrew  Bill Rogers  The SUNSHINE C6AST NEWS Is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast, BC every Monday by Qlasslord  Pteu Ltd., Box 460, Qlbsons, BC VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or  886-7817; Sechelt Tel. 885-3930; Pender Harbour Tel. 883-9099; Gibsons Fax Tel. 886-7725. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702.  The Sunshine COAST NEWS Is protected by copyright and reproduction of any part of it by any means is prohibited unless permission in  writing is first secured from Qlssiford Press Ltd., holders of the  copyright. SUBSCRIPTION RATES  CtMda: 1 year SSS; 6 months 120; Foreign; 1 year MO  In a nutshell  Trials of a Canadian artist  by S. Nutter  I don't know much about  painting and probably  shouldn't say more about a picture than to give its dimensions  and whether it's in oils or  fingerpaint or on black velvet,  or whatever; but I have had  quite a lot of fun knowing a few  artists.  One of these, Jean Dallaire,  was one of the few young Canadians who made it to Paris to  paint. In fact Jean made it twice  to Paris to paint, which was fortunate because the first time he  spent almost all of the three  years for which he was covered,  in Paris alright, but locked up in  jail.  He was making these obviously pretty nifty moves at a  time when there were none of  the government grants now  available, and from a standing  start at age 16 having absolutely  no money of his own.  He grew up in Hull, Quebec,  a philistine corner of the world  if ever in the 30's, the last of a  poor family of 10. A bleak  enough outlook it would seem  for a young man however convinced of his talent.  Luck, many say, is really  what you make it, but Jean's  first luck was that a small painting of his, of a fabulous bird,  came   to   the  attention   of  Madame Berger. Madame Ber-  ger (nothing to do with burgers)  was the owner and chief of what  was coming to be Hull's (and  later Ottawa's) very best  restaurant. She was just getting  going, she had an eye for pictures, and the walls of her comfortable new premises were  bare.  Jean set to work to cover her  walls with pictures and she in  her turn introduced him to the  haute cuisine (and the wine list).  A while went by in this  perfectly cheery way and then  Madame Berger began running  out of wall space.  She was a devout Catholic,  knew the Prior of the Dominican monastery, and they had  lots of wall space. Jean moved  in to what he said was a quite  comfortable cell and proceeded  to paint frescoes, in a more ec-  desiastical mode. But the food  he said, was different.  A couple of years or so went  by in these, at least secure surroundings and then even the  monks began running out of  walls. The Prior had an in with  Quebec's strongman premier,  and so it seemed had Madame  Berger and a dizzy day came  when Jean was informed that  La Belle Province would herself  send him to Paris to paint.  The trouble was the timing.  Possibly     Duplessis saw no  reason for Quebec to be concerned with a coming European  war. Anyway Jean had hardly  discovered which cafe he should  be sitting at when the Germans  marched in. He had a Canadian  passport, they scooped him  right away, and locked him up  for the duration in forbidding  old Fresnes Prison.  Possibly his stint in the  monastery did something to sustain him through the next four  years in Fresnes. When he talked about it afterwards his stories  were all quite cheery and full of  humour.  He was a small roundish man  with usually what looked like a  bad case of acne, but he always  had the jauntiest air of anyone I  think I can remember.  I met him in '54 at the film  board in Montreal. After the  war his first message from  Quebec was to tell him his time  was up and the name of the ship  he was to catch back home from  Cherbourg. After that he taught  for awhile at the Ecole des  Beaux Artes in Quebec City, but  they dropped him after some  complaints that he was holding  classes at the Cafe Henri  Quatre, an artists' hangout in  the loww town.  He'd come to the board then  and was doing very accomplished and often witty miniatures  used to illustrate film strips on  Quebec history and song.  Not his thing, of course, but  he had a studio of his own nearby, halfway in fact, between the  board and the local pub. There,  to the frequent despair of the  film strips department, he pursued his style (something of  Chagall, something of Klee.  Dallaire was witty and poetic.)  Finally he somehow got his  second go at Paris. A man in  Montreal would back him for  three years, organize a Dallaire  show once a year, take his ex-  penses off the top and they'd  split the difference. Couldn't  beat that. (The contract had  been hammered out by the  board's top trouble-shooting  accountant. Wherever he went  Jean had friends.)  This time no war, but this  time what we'd taken for acne  turned out to be a congenital  liver problem. He died within a  year. A friend was going over  shortly after and looked up the  people who'd known him.  He had gotten to St. Paul Du  Vence, where all the top artists  were, and he was warmly  remembered at the tables where  sat Chagall and Picasso when in  town.  Dallaire seemed somehow  fated not to do much painting in  Paris, but at least he made it  from Hull to center main stage.  Rai Purdy ��� In memorlam  Lights fade to black  by David Cotton  Raently three great entertainers died ��� Sammy Davis  Jr., Jim Henson of Muppet  fame and, closer to home, Rai  Purdy.  To be an entertainer is to  hold one burning and abiding  passion, to make other people  happy, to make them laugh, to  make them smile, to make them  forget their troubles and,  sometimes, to make them cry.  Sammy Davis and Jim Henson  spoke to our current generations ��� to many their names  were household words.  Rai Purdy's work was in a  different time. He spoke to the  generations of the 30's, the 40's,  the 50's and the 60's. And while  Sammy Davis and Jim Henson  were out in front in the public  eye as entertainers, for the most  part Rai worked behind the  scenes as writer, director or producer or all three.  His work was largely in the  broadcast media but what is  most significant about his  career, he led the way. he was  constantly charting new paths.  He was in the forefront of most  of the important program  developments in the United  States, Great Britain and  Canada, which made radio and  television the powerful vehicles  they are today.  Rai started out in the early  30's as an amateur actor in  Toronto. But it was not long  before his excellent voice and  acting talent found a place in  the new medium of radio.  CFRB was the big radio station in Toronto and it still is,  Rai was on staff and had a  number of important shows to  his credit including one of the  most popular weekly shows ever  produced in Canada, a mystery  drama called Out of the Night.  His company also originated  and produced the most popular  radio game show in Canada  Treasure Trail which, at its .peak  was attracting in excess of  100,000 letters a week.  Rai's career continued to  grow throughout the 30's and  culminated with his appointment as radio director of the  Canadian army show in 1940.  Two years later he took over  as commanding officer of the  show. By that time it was in  England and had been written  by its two star performers,  young Wayne and Schuster and  the music was by Canada's  great composer/conductor of  popular music, Robert Farnon.  When the show reached London, the troupe was expand^  and one of the people to join  was a lovely and talented  dancer, Verity Sweeney.  Rai and Verity were married  in 1947 and returned to Canada  to make their home in Toronto  (they thought). Rai took up his  career in radio where he had left  off, establishing Rai Purdy Productions and developing a  number of post war programs  for the CBC.  But television was on the  horizon and with the inate feel  ing of true entertainer who can  sense where the next exciting  level of popular appeal will occur, Rai movetd with Verity to  New York where he joined the  fledgling CBS television production centre as a raw recruit  in a very new industry.  It was an exciting period in  television and particularly at  CBS. After the war Edward R.  Murrow was the star of the CBS  News. Mike Wallace was starting his career. Rai handled production for him and also produced a show out of the famous  Stork Club hosted by the legendary owner of the club, Sherman Billingsley.  The show featured most of  the celebrated show business  personalities and journalists of  the day such as Walter Winchell  and it is truly regarded as the  forerunner of the great entertainment and personality vehicle, the Ed Sullivan Show.  Rid was at CBS for six years  and it provided him with the  knowledge and expertise to  make him one of the foremost  producers in the television of  the period.  It was these qualities which  Roy Thompson sought in 19SS  when he was setting up .Scottish  television. So Rai, Verity and  Heath moved to Glasgow in  1955 and Rai t>ecame vice president of production, hiring staff,  setting up studios and  establishing programming for  the new Thompson Enterprise.  Rai was always intrigued with  the possibilities of the spec-  tacular production, the larger-  than-life entertainment event,  which would involve not only  entertainers but the audience  itself. He found such an opportunity when he took Scottish  television to the streets on  Hogamanay, the Scottish New  Year's celebration.  On that memorable night in  1956, with the assistance of the  Glasgow police constabulary he  turned the town on its ear with a  gathering at Glasgow Cross,  which literally attracted  thousands of people and can  only be likened to New Year's  Eve in Times Square, New  York.  As some indication of the  stature of the man and his  work, and remember we're talking about 1956, the Glasgow  Cross spectacular was carried  on the full ITV network  throughout the British Isles.  It was a great tribute to this  modest man when, in 1987, the  current director of programs for  Scottish television invited Rai  and Verity to return to help  celebrate the 30th anniversay of  the opening of Scottish television.  They were guests of honour  at a special dinner party. The  organizers replayed the video of  the first Hogamany Glasgow  Cross celebration which Rai had  produced and presented him  with his own commemorative  copy of the production.  In 1960 after five years in  Scotland,  the pull  Was too  Please tum to page 17  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  ��  mm  wm  MMI Coast News, June 4,1990  3.  Letters to the Editor  APEC's views called no laughing matter  Editor:  APEC (Alliance for the  Preservation of English in  Canada). When I first heard of  APEC 1 had to laugh. The  English language at risk in  Canada? Ridiculous, 1 said.  Since then, however, I have  learned some very disturbing information about APEC and it's  not a laughing matter.  APEC, contrary to the historical realities of Canada and  the Charter of Rights, opposes  bilingualism on the ground that  it is "a conspiracy of an elite  group to take over Canada."  APEC's views are anti-  French and anti-Quebec, although they deny they are racist  or bigoted. They claim to be  just "a concerned group of  citizens protesting the cost of  bilingualism".  This is, of course, the argument the group has used on the  Sunshine Coast to protest the  school district's program of  French Immersion. They also  have protested the cost of  French on packages of foodstuffs, etc. There is, however,  another face of APEC that we  do not see, at least not yet.  The darker face of APEC is  revealed in its connections with  olher organizations in Canada  and the US and some of the  people behind ihem whose  agendas go far beyond Ihe issue  of bilingualism. One of the  closest allies is the  340,000-strong US English  which pushes for English only  in the US, fearing the Hispanics  and Asians will lake over.  Some of their activities have  been found to be unconstitutional in the US courts as interfering with freedom of  speech. APEC has received  funding from this Washington,  DC based group.  Other organizations, according to the research department  of the Canadian Union of  Public Employees (CUPE) include National Citizens Coalition (anti-labour bias), Canadian League of Rights (denies  that, the Nazis practiced  genocide against the Jews),  Citizens for Foreign Aid  Reforms (opposes non-white  immigration to Canada), the  Howe Institute and its western  'twin' the Fraser Institute,  REAL Women and the American John Birch Society, among  others.  The agendas of these far-right  organizations, according to the  Toronto NOW magazine of  March   1990  is   'to  gain   a  GRAND\  OPENING *-  Friday June 8,'990  at 9:30 am  The Remodelled  Self-serve  Liquor Store  in  Gibsons  Will Open  Join Us For Collee  The Manager and Staff  Look Forward to  Serving You  Liquor Distribution Branch  foothold in Canadian politics to  push their real agenda - to  abolish social legislation in  Canada and integration with the  US.'  Peter Brimelow, editor of  Forbets magazine, columnist for  the Financial Post and an eminent pusher of English only in  the US and Canada, argues that  bilingualism, multi-culturalism  and human rights have kept the  economy from becoming more  efficient.  He considers bilingualism lo  be vulnerable, and the mosl effective way of attacking government intervention in the  economy thereby paving the  way for the dismantling of nonprofit social services and human  rights.  Although APEC denies it is  racist, their publications are rife  with racist jokes and remarks,  shared by and with other affiliated organizations. A video  tape sold at APEC meetings includes this statement by J.V.  Andrew, author of Bilingual  Today, French Tomorrow (also  sold through APEC):  "The truth is that English-  speaking Canada needs French  Canada and French language  just about as much as anyone  needs the AIDS virus, (applause). I'm sick about it. (applause). They're both being  transmitted the same way and  the end result is just about  equal."  In the absence of party-  politics at the municipal level  APEC has managed to convince  some councils that bilingualism |  represents a threat. In Ontario  50 councils have passed English  only by-laws. At present the  councils in BC that have been  approached to pass English-  only resolutions have voted  againt it or not dealt with the  issue.  According to a newspaper article in the Press, August 1,  1989, 200 people on the Sunshine Co,ast met to form a  chapter of APEC to fight  'Frenchification' here. Their  first attack came in opposing  French Immersion - a very successful program in our public  schools launched four years  ago.  Under pressure from APEC  and parents groups, the school  board cancelled early French  Immersion, but compromised  with Middle Immersion. The  case is now before the courts.  No, APEC is not a laughing  matter.  Doris Fuller  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ���Retirement Planning ��Life Insurance  ���Investment Planning (Employee Benefit Plan  'Serving the Sunshine Coast for over 8 Years'  LAWRENCE K. CHAMBERS telephone:  LIFE UNDERWRITER FAX:  ��� Mielual lunds l.cenca . en Aeecol Fenanceal Sanetcas Lie]       ���     pace  ��� Lite ensu.ancc licanca weee, Naceonae Lela ol Canada 1ULL FHeeE  Mil  MM121  1-M04M3-20S15  Government urged to reply  Editor's Note: A copy of the  following was received for  publication.  Honourable Claude Richmond  Minisler of Forests  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, BC  Almost three months ago to  ihe day the Tetrahedron  Alliance sent a letter to you concerning the plan to clear-cut in  the Tetrahedron area of the  Sunshine Coasl. To dale we  have nol received a reply and in  the meantime the day when logging begins moves inexorably  closer. Since lhal lime some  developments have taken place  thai we hope may help to influence the decision to save this  wilderness recreation area.  First, wc now have an active  membership of over 500 and in  a population of 17,000 this is  quite a significant number.  The second major event was  Ihe discovery of a yellow cedar,  Chamaecyparis nooikaiensis,  near Ihe block destined to be  logged, which was over 1100  years old. The sample was taken  from the stump of a tree and  was taken at random by one of  our young members.  We are hoping to have a den-  drologist from the Lower  Mainland come over here to  check the ages of some of (he  irees still standing. One of these  trees is over six feel in diameter  and although this does not  necessarily mean thai the age is  any higher than the sample  taken, we think thai il is a  distinct possibility.  We also feci that these old  and beautiful irees are irreplaceable and over the long  haul are worth far more standing than Ihey are as lumber.  The third important event  lhat took place recently was the  fact that our original proposal  has been approved by Mr. R.  Pesticides opposed  Editor's Note: The following  letter was received for publication.  Honourable John Reynolds  Minister of Environment  1 am writing you in regards to  Pesticide Use Permit  401-007-89/91 approved by  your ministry lasl year and currently under appeal. 1 am in  slaunch opposition to the  aforementioned project and I  am disturb^ by the process by  which the permit was awarded.  As owner of Lol 1, Dislricl  Lol 3555, Plan 14939. Parcel  Identifier 007-781-121 and as  beneficial holder of two  Ministry of the Environment  Final Waler Licenses 4503  -Husdon Creek, I feel I have Ihe  right to oppose this proposal  and I strongly believe my opinion on its approval/disallowance should have been sought  prior to the permit being issued.  Husdon Creek is my sole  source of'domestic water, irrigation and stock watering.'  The waler from ihis creek has  been licensed lo my properly  since 1922 and the quality of the  water is of the ulmosi concern  to me. It was identified on the  application form lhal there were  48 waler licenses downsiream of  the areas lo be sprayed and yet  contact was nol made wilh the  property owners/occupanls.  For the affected parties to  become aware of this ihrough  the local media, reflects poorly  on your ministry and is entirely  unsatisfactory.  I am aware of the pesticide  free zone and ihe buffer zone.  This affords mc no sense of  comfort and does not diminish  my opposition lo the permit. A  denial of this permit is the only  resolution that will be satisfactory to me.  Pamela A. McKinnon  Antifreeze deadly  for unwary pets  Editor:  Our family has lost two dear,  loyal and loving friends. This  did not have to be, but the actions of someone who was ignorant, careless or stupid has  now cost us our two purebred  dogs; 'Duke', our loyal short  hair German Pointer and our  super puppy, 'Pep', a Britanny  Spaniel.  Antifreeze was left out  somewhere for them to find and  as most people know, animals  love the taste of antifreeze.  This is a request for everyone  to please check and dispose of  this product properly as it could  be your pet or even your child  who could find it in ihe future.  Hopefully, some day the  manufacturers of ihis lethal  substance will he forced lo  change the taste to prevent this  from happening.  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They were very  impressed and suggested that  you should have Ihe opportunity lo see the slides, too.  We feel thai we have a very  good case to preserve the  Tetrahedron from clear-cut logging and urge you to use your  good office to halt the logging  in this beautiful area so lhal it  can be enjoyed by generations  lo come.  The people on the Sunshine  Coasl would be grateful to you  and your staff forever for  recognizing the value of the  recreational possibilities of the  Tetrahedron wilderness and we  are sure you would never regret  il.  John Hind-Smith  Tetrahedron Alliance  More letters  I,,,,,,., page 25  SEA the Difference  SEA CA VALCADE  Kid's Day, Dougal Park  July 28, 1990  Anyone interested in setting up a booth for food  sales, crafts, etc., please submit details in writing  by June 23/90 to:  Lei Hazeldine  Co-Chairperson  General Delivery  Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO  Please refer any questions to the above  at 886-8848 (evenings).  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The crew of eight workers guide each section carefully  into place to be driven Into the dense gravel beneath the wharf.  ���Jeff Cirpratn photo  Good Citizen awards  draw 27 nominees  The Gibsons Chamber of  Commerce has received a gtxxl  response from the public regarding the 1989 Outstanding  Citizenship awards. Twenty-  seven nominations have been  received.  They are: CBC  Beachcombers, Cindy Buis,  D'Arcy Burk, Cedars Pub, Vivian Chamberlain, George  Cooper, Merv Dunford,  Graham Edney, Jo Fraser,  Malcolm Fraser, Garden Club,  Gibsons Fire Department,  Howe Sound Pulp, Sergeant Ed  Hill, Bob Hyams, Emily  Hunter, Cathy Kenny, Lilian  Kunstler, Miss Martin, Constable Pat Murphy, Katherine  McManus, Gwen Robertson,  Harry Smith, Constable Mark  Sorokan, SuperValu, Lyn Vernon,  Helen  Weinhandl,  and  Roxanne Wiseman.  This year, two additional  awards have been added to the  Five Outstanding Citizens, to  recognize outstanding performance in special areas.  The purpose of the award is  to recognize the outstanding  work done by volunteers in Gibsons, for without volunteers,  necessary community work  would not be done. The award  is based on volunteer work in  1989 only.  The award recipients will be  informed they have won before  the awards dinner which is to be  held on June 12 at the Mariners'  Restaurant. There are a limited  number of seats available. If  you wish lo attend the dinner  please reserve your seat by calling the chamber office at  886-2325.  Special award to  Sechelt citizen  Word has been received this  week of a special award for  Grace Maclnnis of Sechelt.  The Order of British Columbia is a new order and is the  highest form of recognition extended by the BC government  for citizens who have given  outstanding service to the province.  This will be yet another certificate of recognition for this  fine lady who will reach her  85th birthday this summer and  who is now a resident at Totem  Lodge in Sechelt.  In 1953 Mrs. Maclnnis  received the Governor General's  Award for the non-fiction  biography of her late father,  J.S. Woodsworth, and throughout the year she has been the  recipient of many honours.  Grace has a brother, Bruce  Woodsworth who resides at  Silver Sands as well as brother  Dr. Ralph Woodsworth of Gibsons.  The Order of British Columbia is scheduled for presentation  at Victoria on June 21.  When yo-yo's and Magic  Slates were the rage  by Dick Kennett  Once upon a time when Yo-  Yo's and Magic Slates were the  rage, Henry John Smith had  other things on his mind and  though the Beachcombers pass  into history, Harry's dream  becomes a living legend.  Ever since we were school  chums in Gibsons Elementary  under the sjxedy mathematician  W. Lome Ginther and later  under the thumb of the literary  Master   of  the   Arts,   A.S.  Trueman in the lone one room  high school, Harry Smith knew  where he was going. Years later  so did Margaret Buckingham.  "When I get older," mused  Harry, "I am going to have a  . machine shop on the waterfront  * iteext to the wharf". That was  that and so he did.  Later when we were out of  school and in Vancouver. I  worked in the National System  of Baking on Granville Street  while Harry doggedly followed  his set course as an apprentice  machinist at the famous  Easthope Motors on Georgia  Streset and the never to be  forgotten marine engines. In  this small world today I find  that our local B of M manager  here in Grand Forks is a gran-  daughter of the founder of  Easthope.  By 1940 with the war under  full bore, Harry, and many of  us were of age for wartime service. Hence, the navy beckoned  and we joined. While station^  in Victoria, Harry met his bride  to be, Margaret Buckingham,  daughter of a naval veteran and  the rest is history.  After the war, on his return  to Gibsons it was not long till he  built their home on the waterfront below what is now  'Molly's Reach'.  Homemaker now, Marg  planted a peach tree in the sea  wall and some time later  boasted of the 30 quarts of  peaches she preserved from the  young productive tree while  Harry filed and hammered  away at his marina using the  basement of his home as a  machine shop.  Since his father, ol' C.P.  Smith controlled 300 feet of  foreshore south from the wharf,  it was not too long before son  Harry had his enlarged concrete  'Smitty's Marina' in place.  Harry and Margaret's pension endowment plan with the  Beachcombers has now become  history. But the legend of Harry  Smith lives on in the heartbeat  of Gibsons from that early day  when we both watched, as his  father actually rolled up the first  large gas storage tank that is the  Shell Oil today, and Molly's  Reach was C.P.'s Second Hand  Store, once upon a time.  In Qlbsons  Wharf gets new piles  by Jeff Carpenter  Pile driving continues at Gibsons wharf. The rotten timbers  on the wharf opposite to the  marina have been removed and  laid aside. The wharf is being  improved to protect the millions  of dollars of boats in the  marina.  Hugh Tuttle, project  manager of Pacific Pile Drivers,  overseas the installment of the  new piles.  "The wharf has needed (the  repairs) for years. When the  money comes in we can do  something about il," Tuttle  said.  Pile driving is exhausting,  gruelling work. The crew spends  hours setting each pile in place.  Tuttle explains why Gibsons  wharf is even harder than expected.  "There's been some hard  driving because of the dense  gravel   the   piles   have   to  penetrate."  In fact, on May 30, welders  were busy preparing an added  extension to the pile driver to  give it extra punch.  Despite the troublesome  gravel the crew of eight "should  be finished the bulk of it by the  end of June," Tuttle said.  "They fly in every day," Tuttle said.  He blames the shortage of  available places to rent.  "The accommodation situation is pretty bad," he says, but  adds, "By mid-July we should  be totally out of here."  In the meantime, the pile  driver booms away rhythmically.    Gibsons  Yacht Club  Presents:  ^K,%i  FAIR"  W  Deop oil yoeee  COAST NeteWS  ���I  Tlta Co���I Hmmtm  Glbaona  "A Prttndly e*��opl�� e*leeo��"  Gibsons Marina  SATURDAY, JUNE 9th  10 am - 5 pm  Beer and Wine Garden  BUY, SELL, TRADE, SWAP  Tables still available  $10 Each  Phone 886*8830  fmW      '  mi  FOTAnEfficient,  TroubleFree Move,  Just Push The  uttons.  8     8  '.��*  By calling this number, you'll reach  your local Allied agent who will go  right to work to make your move easy.  We'll start with a free, no-obligation  estimate of your moving cost. Youll  quickly see the value of moving with  Allied.  Then we'll give you quality service  from the planning stage through to  the actual move. 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VON 1V0  Phone 886*2664  * m Mkimn ��� ��� mm mt  ���HMftMMM PULL OUT & KEEP      Coast News, June 4,1990  oB ��s  vs u  S ���=  DO  Swea  Turtle  ds June 30  WAR  THIN  IOUP  6-2715  ul  %      ��  UQE3  i ��  UIJO  #  JO  s  NO SDNIAVSVWHVHd  immmmttmmmM  MMMMMMM Coast News, June 4,1990  From our Deli  I      I  Bakery  I      I  i  I.  ���m^mmlmtmt)mgmttmtMt0M  mammmmLm  am\\m  1 Coast News. June 4,1990  Roberts    Creek  The antics of chickens  Fred Inglis of the Gibsons Heritage Society helped Bank of Montreal Branch Manager John Clarke  position the four foot by six foot photo of the Winn General Store Into place last Thursday. The  society has loaned the photo to the baak which sits on the original store site. The Bank of Montreal,  Gibsons Building Supplies, and Employment and Immigration Canada all contributed to the cost of  Ihe picture. -Penny fuller photo  Geortje    in    Gibsons  Skookumchuk Park hiked  by George Cooper, 886-8520  A drizzly day last Good Friday did not dampen our enthusiasm on a hike into  Skookumchuk provincial park  and the Sechelt Rapids.  Near the beginning of the  walk the canopy of tree foliage  makes for a quiet, sombre setting, which with the great  clumps of sword fern below  could provide a background for  an artist's imaginative view of  the megasaurus and other reptiles of ancient times.  The pond called Brown Lake  about halfway to the lookouts  lay quite unrippled by any  feeding trout.  At the lookouts and at Narrows Point the source of the  rumbling sound is revealed in  the panorama of a rushing ridge  of water and great saucers of  whirlpools. Beyond this tumult,  quiet water in the lee of the  islands and beyond that a  mountain slashed, its gravel laid  June is  ADOPT A  CAI MONTH  Kittens and cats are  available by calling  SPCA 888*4771  or 888*7818  Befriend a Friend for Life!  bare. The end of a float is the  only indication of Gordondale,  once a forest workers' village  just within Sechelt Inlet.  This time no eagles soared  over the water, but a seal's head  did appear on the crest of the  rapids gripping a struggling  fish. The heads of two or three  other seals appeared rushing expertly down the rapids, then  turning off into still water to  return for what seemed another  run. Expectant gulls attended  them, circling frantically  whenever a head surfaced.  The flat rock at water's edge  harboured chitons, sea stars or  starfish as we have called them,  and glistening kelp. The chitons  with their tiny plates of shell  spaced along leather backs intrigued us. And was that green  thing a sea cucumber? All we  can do is make notes to inquire  later.  The difference in water levels  between Sechelt Inlet and Egmont beyond is sometimes two  meters which can accelerate the  rapids to more than 30 km/hr.  No place to ride a drift log,  although it has been done, the  fellow astride the log unaware  of the hazard.  At the trail's start a sign says  43 minutes, and a leaflet from  BC Parks says four kilometers,  to the viewpoints. Add fifteen  minutes at least for those with  senior legs. Take lunch and patience if you wish to await the  change of tide flow.  The BC Parks leaflet will give  the hiker a table that marks the  very large tidal flows at hours  convenient to him or her. June  6, 7 and 8 have extraordinary  runs in the later afternoon for  instance, and then from June 20  to 25 in the afternoons also.  The Sechelt Rapids carry  such a great quantity of  nutrients that a rich variety of  marine life is kept in a thriving  state.  A scuba-diving naturalist,  Nril McDaniel, writes of his explorations in the depths of the  aaaaammaBMawammawmL  channel of Swhelt Rapids ��� at  a slack tide, of course.  HOWARD WHITE  and Sunshine Coast NDP Clubs present  ���BOB BOSSIN *  K$    New & Used Songs     w  "Not many people in the world can write songs  that are funny, informative and inspiring at the  same time. Bossin can." ���Pete Seeger  "Bob Bossin has the ear of a poet, a painter's eye and the  Wit of a true common sense philosopher." -Bruce 'Utah' Phillips  BOB BOSSIN   In Concert  8:00 pm  '     Friday, June 15 ��� Madeira Park Hall  I  Saturday, June 16 ��� Roberts Creek Hall  Tickets at Coast Bookstore, Talewind Beooks, Books & Stuff,  i or Kenmar Draperies or by phone: 886-7421 or 683-9298  On the rocky bottom, for in-  stanre, he found "giant barnacles as big as softballs" and  "quilts of white and orange  anemones...along the flanks of  the reef".  The Skookumchuk Trail is  maintained by Ray Giza under  contract with BC Parks. He has  commissioned Heather Fearn of  Egmont to provide park visitors  this summer with information  on the plant life along the trail,  and on the marine life seen on  the shoreline. Heather will be at  the viewing points on Saturdays  and Sundays.  Another view of the rapids,  complementary to what is seen  on the hike, is an excursion by  boat with the Ocean Activity  Center of Sechelt. On one of  their cruises to Princess Louisa  Inlet from Porpoise Bay,  passengers will see and feel  Sechelt Rapids firsthand.  Go on your own boat? This is  no place for the inexperienced  boater with no  of the place.  KIWANIS CARE HOME  A new oil painting hangs on  the wall in the lounge and Ihe  little brass plate on the frame  states, "Presented lo the  Kiwanis Care Home commemorating the Tenth Anniversary of the Auxiliary. April 28,  1990".  The artist, Kathleen Wells,  has done a seascape ��� beach, '  driftwood, gulls and clouds,  that will remind the residents of  the home of our Sunshine Coast  shoreline whenever they glance  at the picture.  GIBSONS LIBRARY  New on the shelves:  NON-FICTION: The House of  Morgan: An American Banking  Dynasty by R. Chernow;  Picasso: Creator and Destroyer  by A. Huffington; The New  Pritikin Program; Clearer,  Cleaner, Safer, Greener by ;  Gary Null; Grade: a Love Story  by George Burns; Fitness  Without Exercise by B.A.  Stamford; and Legacies: a .  Chinese Mosaic by B. Lord.  FICTION: Picturing Will by  Ann Bealtie; Skinny legs and  All by Tom Robbins; Lazarus  by Morris West; A Sensitive  Caw by Eric Wright; Burn  Marks by Sara Parctsky; Cinnabar by Robert Oxnam; and  Friend of My Youth by Alice  Munro.  Hopkins  volunteers  thanked    '  14 years ago Margarcl and  Ken Barton started the Hopkins  Branch of St. Mary's Hospital,  Auxiliary Bridge Tournament  and have run it successfully ever  since.  They have raised thousands  of dollars over the years for the  Hospital on our behalf.  Margaret and Ken are retiring  this year and Stan and Margaret  Mackenzie have come forward  to carry on for them.  We thank Margaret and Ken  on behalf of the Hospital Auxiliary and the community for  |  their devotion to this project.  The Hopkins Branch of the  ,  Hospital Auxiliary will meet at  12 noon on June 21, at the Blue  Heron Inn on l*orpoise Bay for y  their Spring Wind-Up.  by dm Cranston. 886-2215  Chickens are dumb! Chickens are dorks! What a mean  thing to say about such a fruitful and social domestic bird.  But I caught myself saying it to  my neighbour the other week.  Those poor defenseless chickens  weren't being dumb, they were  just putting on their instinctive  measures, ie. tieing mistrustful  of humans and not wanting to  go back into their coop where  the nighl before their sister was  chomped to death by a vicious  predator, the raccoon.  Poor Scarlet ��� she was a  good two year old layer ready to  brood on her eggs. She was the  only one of the trio who was  smart enough to come when  you called "here, chick, chick"  turning over a board with bugs  underneath for her to pick.  Scarlet's gone. The coon, the  first one I'd seen in this area of  Roberts Creek in four years,  climbed the 10 foot high wire  fence and attacked. It wasn't his  fault. He was hungry and  chickens were there.  My observations of the chicken's social life and pecking  order have surprised me a great  deal. The oldest hen was queen  and she let the young chick  know immediately with an aggressive peck on the head.  The young chick, Ursula, was  timid, loyal and almost affectionate lo the queen. They were  good pals. When the young  rooster entered the scene, the  experienced queen chick ran to  him in excitement.  This young rooster's chosen  names ranged from Rocky to  Virgil to Big Red and ended up  with the perfect description of  him with those glorious irredes-  cent green tail feathers. What  else could you call him but  Handsome? The name stuck.  He strutted, pranced and  croaked just like Mick Jagger.  Whal a performance. He had  his gentlemanly ways, also.  When Handsome found a  goody he had a certain "brook"  noise that would bring the two  hens cackling to come for a tasty treat. He would step back  and let ihe girls eat.  When a bird, be it a crow,  raven, anything larger lhan a  ��� mexpenencea        bip ,lies overhead, Handsome  foreknowledgeUvJmakes Knolher differeirt sound  at the Cedars Inn on Tuesday,  June 5 from 9 am to 4 pm.  Placard-carrying protestors  will be there and the public is  encemraged to come out and get  edutaied about the deadly properties of this chemical which Is  being sprayed around several  creeks and on clear cut areas of  our Coast.  Gibsons Wintsr Club  Sunday. June 10th. 10:00 am - 2:00 pm  Book a Table - 886-7801 (after 6 pm) j  ��� a loud urgent "baaach" to  warn the hens of overhead  danger. They would run into the  coop like miniature feathered  dinosaurs and wait for the  rooster lo signal ihem lhat  danger had passed.  The night the coon atlacked,  Handsome made so much noise  that everyone ran outside. He  even had his beautiful red cone  raked by the vicious claws, bul  did he really hand one of his  hens over lo the coon?  Their daily rituals includes  nesting and egg laying around  noon, then out for an afternoon  dirt or sand balh, and sun balh  loo, if it's a nice day. Flinging  the dirt up under their feathers  is a technique most birds use lo  discourage fleas and mites.  Then they peck and scratch  some more until almost dusk.  Huddled together for comfort  and warmth on their roosts, the  trio coo to each other. This is  the best time to pesek in and pat  ihem. Those chickens seem lo  be in a slowed down and contented slate and usually don't  mind being touched. They actually coo back al you.  LIBRARY NEWS  Have you noticed how many  first class Canadian mystery  writers there are in the Roberts  Creek Library? Watch oul for  those red maple leaves next time  you are browsing.  CREEK DAZE  An organizational meeling lo  plan for Creek Daze will be held  Thursday, June 14 al 8 pm at  the Communily Hall. Please  come on out and support and  give your input and ideas to the  Creek's own annual Summer  Celebration to be held Saturday, July 21.  We need at least six to eight  people to organize the parade,  craft and food booihs, nice  acoustic music from the Creek's  many local talents and an evening dance. The decision as to  where to locate events this year,  ie. possibly the picnic site at  Hume Road instead of the usual  Creek mouth will be decided.  There will be no evening activities at the beaches this year  as there were just too many  complaints and problems last  summer.  PESTICIDE MEETING  A meeting concerning the use  of the epesticide 'Vision' in  Roberts Creek and the rest of  the Sunshine Coast will be held  AU  JOEL BRASS, b.a��� m.a.Sc.  wishes to announce the opening  of his private practice of:  INDIVIDUAL, MARRIAGE  and  FAMILY COUNSELLING  at  1029 Gower Point Road, Gibsons, B.C.  Tee make- ;en nptxelntneent pheine eSeS6-3221  , offering An Introduction To The Work Of Love  einJ A Course In Inner Freedom! Handling The Stneeji Of Your Life  ISeabird  ���J   RENTALS.I ID  has the right tool  for the job.  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With a full  complement of sea planes, tugs,  pleasure boats and assorted  other vessels to visually  stimulate its guests, the  Mariners' has managed to offer  as much culinary variety  through its extensive menu.  Proprietors, David and  Agnes Dew have kept and expanded the Mariners' long  practice of providing only fresh  foods on an ever-changing  menu. The Dews insist on only  fresh fish, meals and vegetables. This insistancc on quality products enables the  Mariners' kitchen to constantly  vary its menus providing guests  with old favourites and some  new surprises.  As if the view and menu  weren't enough, the Mariners'  desserts arc enough to entice  the hedonist out of anyone. The  ganachc, tortc and cheesecake  are certainly the jewels in the  Mariners' crown.  The eibove space is provided  courtesy of these Gibsons landing  Merchants  i���mr  jv  Unbleached  mXotton Canvas  /J;! We     72" wide  Also  F.R.  . Canvas  W.W. UPHOLSTERY  & BOAT TOPS ltd  637 Wyngaert Rd . 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Garlic, Mild, Hot  pasta sauce  375 mi  No Name ��� In Light Syrup  pear halves     398 m, .79  1.79  Moat bran a At%  bread 1.19  11 D       Whlle/Broum Mi  ��� ��� ��   Country bread   .99  Purex  bathroom  tissue   Flue Roses ��� All Purpose  flour s  . 4 roll  Regular  potato salad  O ��� 99   Cajun ham  .per'/! lb  .85  3.19  "JUNE", I SHIVERED  "I should be wilting about barbecues, light hearted  desserts, frothy patio drinks but all that I can think  about ii hot chocolate." With all this chilly wet weather  in mind all I could think ol cooking was  GOULASH, COAST STYLEI  1 large Mien, chewed  1 jimc eleven, chapped  11t perk iheuMor, culled  IS ml paprika  to ml caraway seeds  IN ml water  medium Sovoy cabbage, sliced  2 ml ctyeeiM popper  ISO ml lew cteent  I. Meslt shortening. Saute onion & garlic 3-5 minutes.  8. Brown pork cubes in shortening.  3. Turn heal to low. Add tomato paste, watet, paprika,  caraway seeds. Cover le simmer for 30 minutes.  4. Add cabbage. Stir well. Cover and simmer lor 1  hour, stirring occasionally.  5. Add salt & cayenne to taste.  6. Just before wiving, remove (mm heat and stir in  lour cream. Sam with noodles.  And let's hope that by tha time you raid this the  ���nattier w* hen dunged. Th�� you can dip this *  MW ��� HI siMW HWoi  NEST LEWIS  Day by D.iy.   Iti'ttt hy Item, We; do mini'  VrnVWrnVeHW  A Gift lor the 'Grad'  In your lite so dear  will bring joyous delight  and draw hearts  ever near.  i ACCENTS...  5 C-0-U-N-T-R-Y  Gift Store  vr**  Gibsons Landing    Jfll  m 8B6-928B  e>     **"'  "Open 7 days, 10:00 - 5:00" ^  Sheepskin Rugs  Mohair Throws  Leather Scraps  $000  !   O  The Sunshine Coast  ^SLIPPER  ^COMPANY  STORE   886-4500  FACTORY 885-7413  Op��n Every Day  9-5:30   8867522  -Gibsons Landing.  ��� Fishing Tackle  ��� Marine Hardware  ��� Marine Electronics  ��� Outdoor Apparel  GIBSONS  marina  886-8686  Bw 1520. Glbtoni, |.c" Coast News, June 4,1990  YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND AT  Docksfoe  ptear&naqy  441 Marine Drive, Gibsons   886-8158  SEVEN DA YS A WEEK: Weekdays to 7:00 pm  Come in to a Friendly Cafe  Relax and Enjoy  ���A superbly satisfying meal  ���A "famous" Harbour Cafe  home made dessert  ���Great service from people  who care  ^%^iSr0)  SAVE  VALUABLE  TIME  We Deliver  Call Doug at 886-7686  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  Office & Restaurant  Supplies 8. Equipment  SHIRTS  Now  $9.9*  ^aaK^ P  \  Notes & Cards  for those  Special  Gower Pt. Rd!,  Gibsons Landing      886-2818  tmrngmmmmf  ; Complete One Stop Decorating Service .t  HANS OUNPUU CONSTRUCTION'S  Latest Development  REEDWOOD  Corner of North Rd. & Reed Rd.  MODEL HOME  DECORATED AND  FURNISHED BY  y 0.  ���><���  ���>���>���.  ���>  ���><���!  ��<j  ���5  ><  ���>  >v  >��  a>  >*  '''*'.  \ <-iP-*��?aw*Ica-*^eeky;se ��� K^ua^i  \^-*%^u^i*' <i��~%y waaew  ���w^r  Hwy. 101 * %4.�� M -'���; * <v' �� *'' M8-*727  ' -     - ���-    ^    r"��   ���'      ��� *    ���*��!������  *���'  arnti  mm m�� M^^^MJ  ���      ;    y 10.  Coast News, June 4,1990  Porpoise Bay Park  Summer program planned  Porpoise Bay .Provincial Park  will be a busy plare this summer. Information Officer Barb  Jackson has a full summer program planned for tourists and  residents alike.  During May and June special  tours have been arranged for  school children in which they  learn more about forest  ecology.  Summer programs include  explorations of the life in tidal  pools and the estuary, as well as  the life cycle of the salmon,  which abound in the nearby  creek.  "We take walks around the  forest and I help people to identify the trees and try to describe  some of the uses of the trees by  the pioneers of Canada,"  Jackson explains. "And I have  a walk called Salish Cuisine  where we learn about the different plants that the Salish used  as foods.  "I'm developing a new program for the summer about the  technical uses of plants in the  forest, like their medicinal uses  or for example, yew is a very  hard wood so it was used as  wedges and digging sticks etc."  Another special program being offered this summer is a  series of workshops for children  on different animals, which will  be spread over nine consecutive  weeks.  "I'm trying to get repeat  visitors to the park, especially  kids," Jackson said.  In addition to the entertainment factor, she will also be  running programs like, 'Bush  Survival for Kids,' which  educates children on how to  avoid getting lost in the woods  and how to survive if it should  happen.  During evenings in the sum  mer the park offers movies and  slides on some aspKt of nature  in the amphitheatre, rain or  shine.  The park will be sponsoring a  lot of activites in celebration of  Canada's Park's Day on June  9. The program is: 11 am,  Children's Wilderness Survival  Games; 2 pm. Nature Walk  -looking at Stream Habitat  Preservation   for   Spawning  Salmon; 4 pm, Haiku Contest  -make up one of these Japanese  .poems of three lines, with five,  three, then Ave syllables per  line. Tell us what Parks mean to  you; 8 pm, Rim - 'The  Temperate Rain Forest*.  All activities at the park are  free and local residents are encouraged to enjoy this service.  Sechelt  Seniors  This young man is getting Into the swing of things at the new  adventure playground in Porpoise Bay. Park workers are gearing  up for the summer program. ���Penny Fuller photo  Davis Bay News h Views  Lovely bunch of coconuts  by .lauralee Solli. 885-5211  The next meeting of the  Association will be held Monday, June 11 at 7:30. Guest  speaker will be Jacob Knauc  who will talk about  "Coconuts". Here's probably  your one and only chance to  learn all you will ever need to  know about coconuts.  This is the last meeting before  summer in case you have any  new business you want to bring  up. No general meetings are  held in July and August,  however executive meetings are  still held.  The Pioneer Picnic and our  Second Annual Craft Faire will  be discussed.  READING CENTRE NEWS  New books to our library this  past month; Canada US Free  Trade Agreement, Understanding Canadian Prescription  Drugs, Creative Parenting,  Landscape of France, Friends  of My Youth, Two books by  Ann Rice, Portrait of My  Father and Running to  Paradise.  If you are interested in the  Children's Story Hour please  come in the Library and leave  your name and phone number  with the volunteer on duty. We  have two willing volunteers for  this time but we need your interest and a minimum of five  children. Hours: Friday noon to  4 pm and Saturday 1 pm to 4  pm.  The volunteers get lonely, so  remember to drop in during  opening hours. Check out the  new arrivals. If you have never  been to our library you will be  "pleasantly"  suprised  at  the  selection.  COAST CHILDREN FUND  We would like to say Thank-  you to the people of Sechell and  Gibsons who continuously support the Sunshine Coast Save  The Children Fund of BC.  The money from our recent  sales totalling $1879 is being  designated to go to the construction of a school, which will  benefit 600 primary and 89  secondary students in Pan-  chayals a very poor area in West  Nepal,  FUND RAISING FOR CF  The second Annual Walk-A-  Run-A-Thon in aid of CF is being held on June 24. The Gibsons Chamber of Commerce  has again challenged the Sechelt  and District Chamber of Commerce. We won last year. Let's  show them again, Sechelt.  In Sechelt, pledge forms can  be picked up at the Info Centre,  and Zippers in Sechelt. The  walk starts in both Sechelt and  Gibsons and we meet at Roberts  Creek.  New  friends  by Joyce Ostry  Last w��k 1 wrote of the  challenges in lifestyle changes.  Many people who've decided to  manage their problems (including pain and stiffness) and  'choose wellness' following this  alternative route through aging,  have few or no friends when  they begin. But their willingness  to start again, their positive  thoughts about finding and  cultivating new friends, have  brought many rewards, including new friendships.  Just think, all your great  stories can be retold. Be open to  new .people, places, ideas and  experiences. Join a seniors' network or centre or just get out  and go to meetings or concerts  in your community.  If ill health compounds your  loneliness, making it difficult  for you to get out to meet people, have them come to you or  for you. (I am in a wheelchair  part of the time and when 1  want to get to a meeting at the  Senior's Hall, I phone there and  someone comes and collects  me).  Listening affects health and  wellness, too. Taking time to  listen to someone acknowledges  their worth. A hearing loss can  cause listening problems and  needs special attention.  A good listener does this:  Looks the speaker right in the  eye; asks questions when they  don't understand; rephrases  what the person has said to  make sure it is understood ;  gives the person their individed  attention.  Wouldn't it be wonderful if  everyone listened that way?  Education has traditionally  been considered the domain of  the young. Yet more and more  seniors are recognizing the  benefits of lifelong learning and  returning to the educational  system.  Education as a leisure activity  is also likely to increase: the  more educated people are, the  more likely they are to enjoy updating. Find a friend who has a  similar interest and turn your  sitting room into a mini class  room.  Check channels three and  nine or phone Open Learning  Agency 1-800-663-1678 and ask  for a catalogue. You don't have  to have a diploma from any  school.  Remember you earned your  life skills, so classes or studying  will be much easier than you anticipate.  Last meeting and  plans for potluck  by Margaret Wall  West Sechelt Community  Association will be holding their  next meeting on Tuesday, June  5 at 7:30 pm in the Community  Use Room of West Sechell  Elementary School.  This will be their last meeting  before breaking up for the summer. Plans for a potluck community picnic will be finalized at  this meeting.  Sunday, June 24 has been  picked for the date of this picnic  which will include face-  painting, horse-shoes and lots  of music and kite-flying. A  camp-fire finale will round out  the evening.  If you are able to help with  any of the activities, face-  painting, guitar playing etc,  come out to the meeting on  June 5 and offer your services.  Visitors will be made very  welcome. Coffee and cookies  will be served. The date of the  picnic again is June 24, on the  beach at the bottom of Mason  Rd.  SECHELT LEGION NEWS:  The V.A.C. area counsellor  will be available for interviews  on Thursday, June 7 at the  Sechelt Legion, Branch 140,  from 1 to 4 pm. For an appointment, phone the branch office  at 885-2525.  A reminder that there is  Bingo every Wednesday evening, starting at 7:15 pm.  SECHELT GARDEN CLUB  The next meeting of the  Garden Gub will be held on  Wednesday, June 6 at 7:30 pm  in St. Hilda's Hall, Barnacle  St., Sechelt. Speaker for the  evening will be Frank Dorsey,  from Vancouvw.  Mr. Dorsey will speak about  a variety of plants and the  rhododendron in particular.  This will be the last mwting  of the Garden Club before the  summer break-up, so if you  have questions about your  garden now's your chance.  Visitors are always welcome.  Notice of  Annual  General Meeting  Skirts &  T>Shirts  20% OFF  For Your  Father's  Day  Gi"s  I"    FASHIONS  NEW STORE HOURS  ^  ��� ' ��� ��';  With ft SUhl Trimmer  *S-4t  ��� 1.05 ceeeSec incle��;  9.3 K��. without cuniteg  herad aeml sWAkKx  ��� Quit! in op��erotion  ��� USf Sappewid ipotV-  reeiitont rnejffW  ��� Slop ive/ikh ��� ����V  accMlibl*  ��� leaMllyliAdforiWe  ���edging, cutting along wall  and lincM, oewieed tr��t  andbenlw  M69  M  rt^fL-   u 23.8����.wil>Wce*ng  ^^����'nm-    ���^���viDroi*****  h^onddeHeWor �� Bmlnxiktammmmjmm  S^T" ���GtorfortalTbodpiZei.  oppravw inuHnr  ���toopeSoeeejIeeivoilobl.--   MJIQW  ��� Anti-vibrohon tyttwn  ���359"  STIHIl  Mmb��OrmWorUmlo��  Drop otl your  COAaJTNIW* Coast News, June 4,1990  11.  f ^ m  me  '#���1?  3m  *  **5  L*  si  z  ������ /��  **>? >,m  ktit^k  r^S  K *  ZS3  i  Wm'- It'     ^��r    maa\\h^^^  s^jjiji"-  0  f\  n  1   J  1  I  in  *  *  /  ^v  4  111  IP  J  West Sechelt Elementary School students love to sing and are willing to put in a lot of their free time  learning how to do it very well. Last week they entertained parents and visitors with their songs, and a  musical that was written entirely by Grade 7 students. -Row Nkinkoi photo  Heiilfmnon B.iy H.ippenintjs  Lunch highlights meeting  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Master of Ceremonies Bill  Vorley extended a warm  welcome to a good turnout of  Welcome Beach Community  Association members who attended the Annual Spring  Luncheon last Wednesday.  Many long-time members and  former members got together  for a most pleasant gathering,  highlighted by a delicious lunch.  President Grace Lamont, on  behalf of the group, made a  special presentation and tribute  to Grace Rutherford for her  many years of hard work and  dedication to the Welcome  Beach Community.  In her reply Grace gave a  most interesting talk on her early years in Halfmoon Bay.  Another pioneer of the area,  Thea Leuchte spoke of the 45  years that she has been a friend  of Grace's and, along with  everyone present, wished her  well in her new Vancouver  residence.  CUB CAMP  The Cubs and Beavers camp  held at Camp Burley during the*  Victoria holiday weekend was a  gteat success in spite of the rain.  The boys worked on various  skills while at camp.  Three boys earned their  Woodsman badge, others Icarn-  ied how to row a boat and experimented with various types  of bait to catch crayfish.  At the closing of camp the  boys were presented with their  service stripes and all the  children who attended were  given a camp crest.  There was also another  presentation. The Cubs gave a  special plaque to Cub Master  Don Kinneard in appreciation  of all he has done for his Cub  pack in the last two years.  JASON AROIEL  A YOUNG VIP  A grade two student from  Hallmoon Bay Elementary  School had the thrill of a  lifetime last week when he was a  special guest at Harrison Hot  Springs Hotel. Nol only did he  and his family receive VIP treatment, bul Jason Ardiel along  with his sister Monica and  father, Tirrf./were taken on a  sightseeing tour of the area by  helicopter.  It all started last fall when the  children were asked to write  aboul whal Ihey would like to  be when they grew up. Jason  announced thai he wanted to be  ihe manager of Harrison Hot  Springs Hotel. Not a bus boy,  not a waiter, but the  MANAGER.  YOUR  LAST CHANCE  TOCHANGEYOUR  WHITE PAGES  LISTING  IS ABOUT  TO FADE  AWAY  The Sunshine Coast White Pages  are now closing.  Now's your last chance to check your listing to make  sure its accurate and up-to-date - you may want  to include other family members.  If you represent a business, now's the time to add or  alter your listing. Also be sure to check the names and  positions of key employees for possible listing additions  or revisions. Charges apply for changes and extra listings.  Call your B.C.Tel Customer Service Office before your  opportunity fades away.  V^.WtiTOteitaveiayoflift.  Somehow a copy of Ihe  school year book reached the  hotel. The outcome was that the  Assistant Manager, Mr. Jim  MacDonald, wrote a delightful  letter to Jason giving him encouragement to strive for his  dream.  "Set your mind to it, keep up  your studies, particularly those  relating to ihe Hospitality Industry, and who knows - some  day you could be sitting here  telling me what to do."  This was part of the letter,  and he went on to say that he  had enclosed his business card,  and that the next time Jason  visited Harrison he would be  taken for a helicopter ride and  shown Ihe sights of the area.  Apparently this boy made a  big hit with ihe management  and staff, and from now on the  Ardiel family will be made  specially welcome.  Maybe Jason will learn aboul  running a resort as the years go  by. In the meantime, we wish  him all the luck in the world and  can't help but admire his  somewhat lofty ambitions.  AREA PIONEER PASSES'"  James Graves, a resident of  Halfmoon Bay for the past 35  years passed away at St. Mary's  Hospital last Tuesday. The  Graves' took over the store in  Halfmoon Bay in 1955 when  there was no electricity. They  ran the store until 1968 when a  heart attack caused Mr. Graves'  retirement.  A family funeral service was  held in Vancouver with a request for no flowers. Anyone  who would care to, may donale  lo the St. Mary's Hospital.  He will be missed by his wife  and family to whom our sympathies extend at this time.  CAR RALLY  Attention all car rally buffs!  First prize $100. The Halfmoon  Bay Country Fair Car Rally  goes on Friday, July 13 at 6 pm.  Preregister by calling Eunice,  885-5180.  Entry fee for driver and  navigator team is $10.00.  Chatelech  track team  doing well  The Chatelech Secondary  School Track learn continues to  do well al the Burnaby/Ncw  Westminster Zone Track and  Field Finals. This year the team  finished fourth overall, their  ���best placement in the three years  of competing in ihis meet.  Led by sprinter Scott  Chouinard (1st in the 100m,  200m and 400m) and by  thrower Glenn Allen (1st in ihe  javelin and shot put. 2nd in ihe  discus), the team amassed a  total of 24 ribbons.  Other ribbon winners included Teresa Hudson (1st in  javelin and shot put, 3rd in  discus), Candy Clark (2nd in  javelin and discus), Maria  Peters (1st in the 400m, 2nd in  discus), Zoe Mackenzie (2nd in  the 1500m, 3rd in the 3000m),  Steve Bell (3rd in the 1500m),  Kathy Cuthbertson (2nd in the  800m and 1500m), and Kirk  Savage (2nd in the 1500m).  Child Health Clinics  Child Health dinks: Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit, 494  South Fletcher Road, Gibsons,  Sechelt Health Centre, 5571 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt (across from  Ihe post of fire), will be held in  Gibsons on June 5, 12 and 26.  Extra clinics are scheduled on  Monday, June 11 and 25 from  4:30 to 5:45 pm for parents who  find the regularly schedule  limes inconvenient. Phone  886-8131 to book appointments.  Sechelt Child Health Clinics  will be held on June 6, 13 and  26. Extra clinics are scheduled  on Thursday, June 7 from 3:30  to 5:45 pm and on Tuesday,  June 19 from 10:30 to 11:45  am. Phone 885-5164.  Pender Harbour Child  Health Clinics will be June 14  and 28 from I to 3 pm. Phone  883-2764.  TB Skin Testing and Travellers' (link- will be held on Mondays from 3 to 4 pm June 4,11,  18 and 25 and Travellers' Clinic  only from 3 to 4 pm on  Thursdays June 7, 14 and 28 in  the Gibsons Health Unit.  In Sechelt the date is Monday, June 4, 11,18 and 25 from  3:30 lo 4:15 pm at the Sechelt  Health Centre.  The Pender Harbour Travellers' Clinic can be arranged  upon request. Please make ap-  piniments for clinics for Gibsons at 886-8131, Sechelt  885-5164 and Pender Harbour  883-2764.  STD (Sexually Transmitted  Disease) Clinic will be held  Wednesday, June 13 and 27 at  ihe Coasl Garibaldi Health Unit  from 4:30 to 5 pm and in  Sechell Health Centre, June 7  from 4:30 lo 5:30 pm. Information, counselling and testing including AIDS will be given. No  appointment necessary.  Prenatal Classens: The next  Early Class is on June 5 from 7  lo 9 pm and will be held at the  Sechell Health Centre. The next  Late Classes will be June 26, July 3 and 10 from 7 to 9 pm at  the Coast Garibaldi Unit in Gibsons.  Above Late Classes are  laught by Wendy Burlin, RN,  Jeanette McBain, RN and Sue  Lehman, RN. To register for  Dump  problem  solved  by Rose Nicholson  The problems lhal have  plagued ihe mon composting  operation al the Sechell garbage  dump are slowly being solved.  New equipment and refined  techniques should shortly  eliminate the major concerns of  wild birds feeding on the dead  fish and raw contaminates  leaching into the land fill site.  A short video shown at the  June 1 Environmental Task  Force (ETF) meeting illustrated  the new developments. Now, instead of the dead fish being  dumped into open pits that attract the birds, ihe morts are  ground inlo a slurry and mixed  with sawdust in one contained  operation. This mixture is ihen  spread in windrows where  bacterial action completes the  decomposition process.  At this poinl, il is nol known  how long il will lake for the mix  lo become a relatively odour-  free fertilizer, and problems of  bagging and marketing have yet  to be solved.  "This is a commercial opera-  lion and he (the operator) has a  sizable capital investment," said  task force member Jim Gurney.  "It could be a year before he  sms any returns."  "Wc may be able lo use il on  large scale local projects like  golf courses," suggested EOF  chairman Bob Graham.  "Whal about the antibiotics  and other contaminates thai  might be in the fish?" asked  Coast Association for the  Preservation of the Environment member Pam Robbins.  "They should break down  during the decomposition," explained conservation officer  Doug Pierce, "lt would be no  different than the horse and  chicken manure sold now in  garden stores."  these classes phone the Health  Unit in Gibsons.  The next Post Partum Class  will be June 12 at the Sechelt  Health Centre. To register call  Wendy Burlin at 885-7132.  Single and Pregnant? Phone  the Health Unit at 8864131.  The next Hospital Tow will  be June 27. Please phone St.  Mary's Hospital switchboard to  arrange for tour at 885-2224.  The Patent and Baby Drop-  in givrs 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  and in the Sechelt Health Centre  Wednesdays from 1:15 to 3:30  pm.  There is no f�� fear any of  these services.  ���P^PASTOIES���  ^GUK> ls  Mr  here  A TOY STORL  Next to Talewind Books 885*9309  It now accepting  REGISTRATION for  SEPTEMBER ENROLLMENT  |une 6 It Open House  9:00<.m.- llt30a.M.  Come see what Serendipity has  to offer your preschooler.  For further Information,  call Lois at 883-9971.  Happy Holidays   ^  Motorhome Rentals, Sales & Service.' Ltd*"*******??*  SALE:  �� Le aw a ^mmsmsmfr  te'10" Niertlwrn Lite- Cnm|W, MeeleM Rtwglie  FitS Leeiei; llie\ |eeipeert>  ST Fit. SleeertHeev Full Si*  W Fits MliUat Deeeluc Dnktitei  $ 7,490.  $8,760.  $9,495.  tt"i/ ttlsn rent MtxtJi/iuiNo <? CttmfH.'n  Phone 886-9025 or 886-8481  BABY DAZE SALE June 4  9  Supergate III  Gerry Back Pack  Dorel Play Pen  Mead Snuggler  Oiaper Bag  Stroller Weathershleld  Pacifier Leash  Food Mill  Cloth Diapers  Brush & Comb Set  Infant Shoes  Bath Ring  Babyklns Nylon Pants  Soft Bite Spoon  * Now Available   Handcrafted By The Toy Mtn  Wood Cutouts For Child's Room Decor 18.00 Etch  Whale, Teddy Bear, Rabbit, Dinosaur, Giraffe  in a Variety of Colours.  ��� CYSTIC FIBROSIS:  ��� Handcrafted Rocking  Airplane & Preschool Desk  & Bench for Sale.  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'   ^^B^.a^r?*W,.'*'Sw_i^;,' '  1  ���         aaaW^-^W'Wtm  K��v\,��,NVMe,'\3  Wharf issue opinions sway  The May 27 Pender Harbour  Ratepayers Association annual  general meeting addressed all  the expected issues, but discussion of Irvine's Landing wharf  privatization came to an unexpected conclusion as new light  was shed on the privatization of  Irvine's Landing Marina.  In a quietly convincing manner, Irvine's Landing Marina  owners' representative Lorna  Elliott stated the manna's role  in the managing the government  wharf and succeeded in swaying  the opinion of a group against  the government giving up the  wharf to a private interest.  Elliott admitted that Irvine's  Landing Marina would benefit  by having the wharf, but  pointed out that the community  would also benefit by private  ownership of the previously  government-run facility.  New government policy on  wharf expenditures states that  major repairs will not be undertaken and that when a wharf  b<ecomes unsafe for use, it will  be removed entirely. This has  already happened in at least one  case on Vancouver Island.  Lorna Elliott told the  Ratepayers Association that irvines Landing Marina will  spend an extimated S6O,00O  upgrading the former government wharf, and that it  wouldn't make sense for them  to do anything but maintain its  good condition after such an investment.  Criticism of the privatization  deal focused on public access to  the wharf and fees charged for  short-term docking. It was  assumed that Irvine's Landing  Marina would charge anyone  mooring at the wharf for more  than 30 minutes, but Elliott said  that commercial fishermen,  people wanting to hike Pender  Hill, and anyone else could use  the wharf, free of charge for up  to three or even four hours.  She concluded her case by  saying, "1 want to work with  the community to make this into some-thing that's useful to all  of us rather than something that  is wasted."  The original motion, which  protested the Irvine's Landing  Marina taking over the wharf,  was somewhat defused by being  reworded to exclude Irvine's  Landing and focus on the prin  ciple of privatization of government wharves.  Earlier in the meeting MP  Ray Skelly explained the federal  government's new "Harbour  Authority" plan to allow communities to manage their own  commercial fishing harbour  facilities through a board of  directors while the Department  of Fisheries and Oceans would  retain responsibility for major  repairs.  Egmont  News  Sechelt residents have come lo know about the delicious luncheons put on by the ladies of the Sechelt Branch ot the Auxiliary  to St. Mary's Hospital. Last week they turned out In droves to enjoy the goodies. ���Rom Nkholsoii photo  Egmont asks sun to  shine on celebrations  ���  The fandar Harbour and District  Health Centre Society  is pleased to announce that  Dr. Vineyard Choy, DMD  will be commencing dental practice In the Health  Centre building at 5066 Frances Peninsula Road,  Madeira Park, starting In July 1990.  n  GARDEN BAY  HOTEL  ^i  Pender Patter  Library help needed  by Myrtle Winchester. 883-9099  The Pender Harbour  Reading Centre will hold its annual general meeting and election of officers on June 11 at  1:30 pm in the library.  The library could use a bit  more help to keep it running  smoothly, and if you'd like to  volunteer, call Blanche Perreca  at 883-9656.  NEW EXECUTIVE  The Pender Harbour and Egmont Chamber of Commerce  elected a new executive last  Monday evening at their annual  general meeting: President is  John Forwar; Vice President  Arlene Birchmore; and  Secretary-Treasurer Elaine  Olson.  The visit of the chamber's recent guest, Lieutenant-  Governor David C. Lam, was  such a success that they plan on  inviting a high-profile person to  Pender Harbour annually.  Although next year's guest  hasn't been invited yet, some  names have been suggest^, including Wayne Gr��zky and  David Suzuki. The Chamber of  Commerce is open to suggestions and invites you to offer  them at their next meeting or by  mail.  OPEN HOUSE  Serendipity Playschool will  hold an open house on Wednesday, June 6 from 9 am until  11:30 am so that parents and  other interested parties can have  a look at the facility and get  more information on programs.  June 6 is also enrollment day.  Serendipity Playschool  operates three mornings per  week (Tuesday, Wednesday and  Thursday) and children can attend any or all of these days.  Children must be three years  old before the end of December  1990 to attend Serendipity  Playschool. For more information call 83-9971 or 883-2833.  WINNERS  Winners of last week's  Pender Harbour Legion  doubles pool tournament is the  team of Doug Reid and Rick  Higgins.  CONGRATULATIONS  ...to Terry Drumel and Diana  Rae on the opening of Lagoon  Conexions, a 'funky art shoppe'  in beautiful downtown Garden  Bay.  ...to the rock band Destination on their first public appearance last Thursday at the  PHSS gym.  ...to Mark and Sandy at Irvine's Landing Pub, but they  probably wouldn't want me to  say what for.'  PACIilC YACHTING  ...April 1990 issue says, in an  article about Garden Bay, "The  funny thing about the locals is  the rivalry that exists between  Madeira Park (sort of downtown Pender Harbour) and  Garden Bay (sort of the  suburbs). You'd think that a  small place with a winter  population of less that 500  residents would not have  enough people to factionalize.  But Garden Bay-ites are adamant that the best people all live  and play in Garden Bay and  that Madeira Parkers are all  wet."  by Ann Cook. 883-9911  A full moon and Egmont  community day coming up this  weekend. Please Mrs. Weather-  woman, we have been good all  year, give us a sunny day to enjoy a pancake breakfast, fishing  derby, face painting (big and little kids love these), races, tug-o-  war, hot dogs, dinner and  dance, canoe races are iffy. Bring your tennis racket just in  case.  That's all during the day,  then at 6 pm a smorgasbord and  dancing, music and two-  stepping or whatever it is they  do now that the twist and rock  n' roll are old hat.  YOGA  There will be yoga in the Egmont school on Tuesdays, 10:30  to 12 with Louise Nichol. There  is no charge.  HAPPY JUNE BIRTHDAYS  To Geminis Ron Fearn, Dar-  ryl Jeffries, Shannon Wallace,  Chris Pleasant, Russell David  Silvey, Buddy Cook, John Griffith, Dana Angus, Rod Cummings, Kyle Silvey, Wayne Silvey,  Greg Deacon, Doug Silvey,  Diana Pryde, Mathew Wallace  (one year old), and the president  Marten Mees.  JUNE ANNIVERSARIES  Heather and Ron Fearn, Colleen and Cliff Silvey, and  especially Eileen and Gus  Haisto on their 45th anniversary.  THUMP ON THE HEAD  To whoever has not removed  'dead eye-sore' vehicles from  our area (just a little thump to  remind you).  A PAT ON THE BACK  To everyone who is working  to make Egmont Day pancake  breakfast, sports, dinner and  dance a fun day.  P.S.  As this column goes to press  Lyn is still at home.  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Coast News, June 4,1990  Lynn Thorstelnson, reflexologist, was one of a variety of petitioners demonstrating their techniques at the Third Annual  Festival of the Healing Arts held at Rockwood Centre on May 27.  ���Rose Nicholson photo  Drowning figures  on the rise  This year, almost 200 people  will drown in British Columbia  and the Yukon. This alarming  figure is more than twice the national average. One-third of  these deaths will involve boats,  and the 1990 Red Cross Drowning Report indicates that this  figure is on the rise.  During Water Safety Week  June 3-10, the Red Cross urges  all boaters to practice safe  boating habits. The time it lakes  to think may prevent the time it  takes to sink.  . Invest in your life and always  ''wear a Personal Flotation  Device (PFD) or Department of  ^Transport (DOT)-approved life-  jacket when on the water.  Tragically, 70 .per cent of all  boating deaths in Canada result  from people not wearing PFDs.  These safety devices are made to  be worn and not sat upon or  carried.  Know the water before  launching your boat. Always  check local radio weather  reports. Weather conditions in  British Columbia change rapidly, particularly over large bodies  of water. Do not ignore changes  in cloud formations, shifting  winds, or sudden drops in  temperature.  Many boating accidents occur when recreationists are out  in adverse conditions. Yet had  they followed some simple safety procedures, the majority of  these deaths could have been  prevented.  Never overload a small boat;  never stand up in a boat; always  leave a 'float plan' with a  responsible person. Should you  not return within a reasonable  amount of lime, rescue can be  initiated; drinking and boating  are a lethal combination; should  you capsize, stay calm and remain with your boat; enroll in a  water safety course at your local  pool.  PACIFIC HOMES...  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Dr. Terry Willard was in Sechelt  recently, discussing plans for  the Sunshine College of Natural  Healing with several interested  parties.  Willard began Wild Rose  College in Calgary, Alberta 15  years ago with a program  designed to be slightly more  sophisticated and in-depth than  what was currently being offered in the area.  "ll didn't take very long for  ii lo come to the notice of the  Canadian Association of Herbal Practitioners," Willard  recalled in an interview with the  Coasl News. "They brought me  under their wing and wanted me  in be an official organ of the  association to teach practitioners."  The appropriate courses were  put   inlo   place   including  everything from physiology to  reflexology, evolving to include  classroom and t��rre!spondence  courses and eventually a clinic  with six practitioners. Wild  Rose also put out a product line  of herbal compounds, which is  sold across Canada.  Four years ago Willard decided to establish a clinic in Vancouver, another highly successful venture.  "Last year about this time,"  he explained, "we decided we  should bring the college there  loo, .because a lot of people  wanled to take courses in this  area and there wasn't a good  enough outlet for it.  "During the same time  frame, I had spend some time  with lllana (Holloway) up here  and she said, 'Why don't you  bring it up here and do it?' So 1  decided I might as well do  both."  The college has the only  classroom program in Canada  and the longest running practitioner certification program in  North America. As president of  the Canadian Association of  Herbal Practitioners, Dr.  Willard has been asked to a  conference of the American  Herbal Guild where that body is  attempting to establish standards for all of North America.  The value of the herbal industry has expanded Mike crazy'  in the lasl few years, according  to Willard. For example, in  1987 the herbal industry was  worth $2.5 billion, last year it  was worth $10 billion. The  number of herbalists and herbal  organizations is expanding at a  similar rate, greater than the  computer industry, he points  out.  "Because of lhat we're trying  to get some standard of credentials down for medical herbalists. This is different from  your folklore herbalist, your  barnyard herbalist and your  multi-level herbalist. We're trying to create a category of  medical herbalists that are going  to be standard across North  America."  The Sunshine College of  Natural Healing will be an integral part of this certification  program. People in Calgary and  Vancouver will be taking their  classes at Wild Rose College,  but coming to Sechelt for week-  long intensives.  "Right now the Sunshine  Coast idea has been set up to be  able to bring in world-renowned  lecturers, to be able to do intensive workshops over a period of  time," Willard explained.  At the same time it will service the community with ongoing courses using as much local  talent as possible.  The actual starting date and  location of the college is still being discussed but Willard says  it's entirely possible that some  courses could be set up as early  as this fall.  Successful show  for CF Foundation  It was a most enjoyable evening on Saturday, May 26 at  Grwne Court in Sechelt when a  variety show performed by  teenagers from the whole peninsula was presented, with proceeds going to the Cystic  Fibrosis Foundation.  This is the fifth year that  Nikki Weber and her young  talented performers have given  their all to this worthy cause.  The main stars of this show  were a group of three girls  known as the New Semi-Tones.  Jennifer Sinclaire, Kristin  Braun and Kirsiy Beecham have  taken part each year and have  become highly efficient in their  vocal presentations. As well as  their group numbers, these  young girls shone in their solos.  Among the performing guests  were singers, dancers, actors  and instrumentalists, each of  whom were outstanding in their  field.  Over $400 was raised for the  Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.  Elva Dinn, president of the  Sunshine Coast Chapter of the  Foundation graciously thanked  Ihese fine young performers,  and in doing so, presented a  bouquet of flowers to the three  New Semi-Tones. This recognition came as a complete surprise  and it was difficult for the girls  to hide their emotions as the  Cystic Fibrosis cause is very  dear to their hearts. Nikki was  also surprised and moved when  she received a bouquet and  thanks.  lt seems that we hear lots of  the bad things that young people in the area get up to, so it is  particularly delightful lo spend  such an evening with this group  of fine talented and giving  teenage kids.  jlw i   Panasonic.  Matsushita Electric ol Canada Limited  $49.M  Portable  AM/FM Radio  ��� 2 y*ir warranty  $109."  AM/FM Stereo Radio  Cassette Recorder  AC power cord included  $69."  Mlcrocassette  Recorder  WHS?  Father s  Day  Is June 17  MON. - SAT.   Home Electronics  More than a TV Store    9:00 ��� 5:00      Sales & Service  SUNSHINE COAST TV LTD.  5674 Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-9816  ���SAFE BOATING,  SURE ENJOYMENT!  Summer wouldn't  be summer without  sun, wind and water!  But when you're out  there, make sure  you're up to date on  the latest regulations  and safety gear for  your boat.  Call the Canadian  Coast Guard at 1-800-  267-6687, for a directory of safe boating  courses, or contact  the organizations listed here for  information on their courses.  Whether you're a  new boater or an old  salt, before you head  out, find out!  Canadian Yachting  Association  Tel: (613) 748-5687  The Canadian Red  Cross Society  Tel.: (613) 739-3000  Canadian Power and  Sail Squadrons  Tel: 1-800-268-3579  Canadian Recreational  Canoeing Association  Tel.: (519) 473-2109  Canada  *-amimaT*jt^ -;>i.y-eiayif *��JK.��-iJvyiJ-?_r ^f t-T-g*-���'   T*~J^-.  mm  mam Coast News, June 4,1990  15.  The Sunshine  Second Section  In Sechelt  Boulevard residents lose  road closure battle  This la just one ot the multitude of photographs in the Helen Dawe collection: the first log house built  In Sechelt. John Cook, Helen's grandfather, brought his wife Sarah and infant daughter Ada to live  here until he built a larger house nine months later in December 1894. From left to right: John Cook,  Sarah Cook, Dick Spinks, Ada Cook, and Ursula Spinks. 'Helen Dawe's Sechelt', containing many  such fascinating photographs, will be released by Harbour Publishing this fall.  Helen Dawe's photos  Collection to be book soon  by Penny Fuller  From the time she was a  child, Helen Dawe collected  stories and information about  Sechelt. Someday, she hopejd to  write a book on the history of  this place she loved so much. In  fact she had gone a long way  toward realizing that dream  when she died in 1983.  Now, thanks to the efforts of  her sister, Mrs. Billie Steele, and  Harbour Publishing, Helen's  book will soon be published.  She started collecting  material as a little girl at her  grandfather's knee. Johnny  ���Cook was the firtt white settler,  homesteading here in 1891.  "We used to come up here  for summers," Mrs. Stwle re-  I ' I  Tht Annual  General Matting  oi the  WELCOME BEACH  COMMUNITY  ASSOCIATION  will be held on  Wad., June 13,1990  Commencing it 7:00 P.M.  Refreshments will be served  counts. "There were no TV's or  anything like that then. We only  had coal oil lamps. So in the  evening we'd sit around the  table playing Canasta and our  grandfather would tell us these  stories."  The stories are a big part of  the history, probably the most  interesting part. But in addition  to that, Helen collected reams  of data on everything imaginable: voter's lists, engineer's  drawings, school records.  Anything and everything a person might ask about the history  of Sechelt since the white settlers arrived could be answered  by going through the vast array  of material Helen collected and  wrote.  All this information, including photographs and  memorabilia is stored in a  special room at Billie Steele's  home. It is from this collection  and Helen's writings that the  manuscript was compiled.  Mrs. Steele points out,  "There's probably enough stuff  out there to do two more  books."  Helen Dawe's collection will  be placed in a special archives  section of the new Sechelt  municipal complex if that is  built. In the meantime, people  NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION WEEK  JUNE 3-9.1990  IQQfi ""k "*'inlr,l<MRnl,m <>fu na-wIVuiiApeierlaUain  lyTVJ Plan fur British Ceilumhla. a plan lhal brings all of  H.C's transportation agenda teegclhcr with the jtiul eit men Inn  people and numb quickly anil clfkicnily  New; during National Tbnsponatlon Week, wv can liKik em  sumo nf Ihe iron! achkwmcnts In our transportation industry.  In May, B.C Ferries ekimmsirated Ihelr ongoing commitment lee  impmnd service with Ihe immductliin nlThe Mid-Island  t:\pirss. a new mute linking Nanalmei on Vancouver Island wilh  Tsaemassen in the lower Mainland. Plans are alsei underway fur  Ihe building eif feiur new ships and additional terminal upgrades  that will keep our ferry fleet in step with gniwing demand  The Ministry eilTransportaiion and Highways is also hae-d at  weirk em hundnih (if new pro|reis including Ihe Vancouwr Island  Highway Prei|ccl, the (iissiar Connector Pn>k�� In Vancouver and  Ihe Obnagan Connector Project, linking Merrill with Pcaxhland.  Itigether wilh B.C. ferries, BC. TVansll. and B.C. Rail, we will  cemtlnuc In explore ('(ficiciii and Inneeealiec ways eef providing  Ihe "freedom lo move." And together, wc salute Ihe thousands of  men and women In British Columbia's transportation industry  eetio ultimately make it all happen.  m   moms  MMMry ol ThMuporiMon i  MdHlQhfMyt  Hon. Mi Jonxmodt MfctaMt  will have the opportunity to  find out more about this area  when 'Helen Dawe's Sechelt' is  released this fall.  Residents on the Boulevard  between Trail and Shorncliffe  Avenues in Sechelt have lost  their bid to have that road closed to all but pedestrian and  bicycle traffic. At the Engineering and Operational Services  Committee meeting held on  May 24, engineer Derek Ashford made several recommendations regarding the Boulevard.  These include opening the road  to two-way traffic and closing  adjacent Snickett Park between  10 pm and 6 am.  The Boulevard has been  viewed as a problem for several  years, with residents complaining of rowdy, unsafe vehicle  traffic at all hours of the night,  in September 1989, a committee  composed of residents, aldermen and Staff Sergeant Stelter  of the RCMP met to discuss  alternatives. Unanimous agreement was reached on five  recommendations.  1. That the Boulevard be  closed to all car traffic, residents  and visitors alike, and become a  waterfront park/walkway connecting Snickett Park with the  existing park/walkway east of  Trail Avenue;  2. That a new parking lot be  built at the north end of Ocean  Avenue between the lane and  Teredo Street, with reserved  parking spaces for the disabled;  3. That Ocean Avenue between this new parking lot and  Boulevard also become a  park/walkway to provide easy  access to the waterfront;  4. That .posts set into the  ground be the method of  closure to car traffic at the foot  of Trail Avenue and the lane on  Ocean Avenue;  5. That Trail Avenue be extended south a sufficient  distance to allow for an  unspecified number of parking  spaces in a turn-around.  Several months later the  Boulevard was restricted to oneway traffic.  Alderman   Bob   Graham,  chairman of the Engineering  and Operational Services Com- -  mittee explained, in an interview .  with the Coast News, that the  fire department and police had j  complaint that the one-way ���  restriction limited their access to  those   residents   and   was  therefore   a   hazard.   Consequently the situation was reevaluate and the new changes  were recommended.  Discussion at the May 24  meeting included the question  of enforcement. Graham suggests the by-law enforcement  officer may have to be scheduled to work some nights to enforce the Snickett Park closure.  Boulevard residents will be  notified by letter of the changes.  Fatal accident  About 2:30 in the early morning of May 26 a car went off  the road al a curve near Camp Byng in Roberts Creek shearing off a part of a fence which was on concrete footings.  The driver, Philip Richie Netzlaw, age 28, of Sechelt, was  found dead at the site of the accident.  There were two passengers, Robert Kennedy of Gibsons,  age 21 and Aaron Krossenger of Gibsons and Delta, age 19.  Krossenger sustained a hand injury, sprains and a broken  nose and was sent to Lions Gate Hospital.  The coroner's report stated that all three were wearing seat  belts. 16.  Coast News, June 4,1990  King of the Safecrackers  The Arcade of Mysteries  Piano stan shine on the Cout after their performances at St.  Hilda's on May 27. From left to right: Wynne Ling, teacher Betty  Allen, Ikie Ziakris, Jennifer Sutherland.  Local pianists in  St. Hilda's recital  by Peter Trower  Jack Bird, Wilson's erstwhile  partner in the Arcade of Mysteries is a unique character in his  own right. He is a world  traveller, lecturer, fisherman  and marine painter who once  built an 80 foot raft with the eccentric intention of crossing the  Pacific Ocean alone.  Despite his pose as a felon,  Bird, ironically (quite unlike his  crafty associate) has never dabbled in crime of any sort, nor  served the consequences. He is  content to go along with Wilson's self-serving schemes at  this point in time, but, over 20  years later he will look back on  the whole business with a jaundiced eye.  "There wasn't too much that  was genuine about the arcade,"  Jack Bird will recall. "Take the  so-called murder trunk. Herb  always kept it locked, wouldn't  let anyone look in there. I know  what it was like in there. He used to store books in the thing  and I helped him take them out.  The trunk was perfectly clean.  No dismembered human body  had ever been  in  there.  It'  The walls of St. Hilda's  Church Hall rang with music on  Sunday, May 27 as the friends  and associates of Jennifer  Sutherland were treated to a  superb piano recital as a 'thank  you' gift.  Jennifer was chosen at this  year's Sunshine Coast Music  Festival to attend the provincial  piano competition but chose to  concentrate her energy into  presenting a recital on the Coast  to thank the many friends and  supporters who have encouraged her throughout her years  of musical development.  Her well-prepared and often  brilliantly executed programme  included the Partita in B flat  major by J.S. Bach, the Sonata  in A major K.331 by Mozart,  Etude no. 1 for Piano by Jean  Coulthard, Impromptu no. I in  C minor Op.90 by Schubert, Visions Fugitives Op.22 by Pro-  kofieff and ended with Three  Preludes by Gershwin plus a  suprise musical thank you,  "That's What Friends are  For".  All but the last piece are the  repertoire which she will be  playing for her Associate of the  Royal Conservatory of Toronto  exam next month in Vancouver.  Jennifer has studied under  the Suzuki method since the age  of 4 at the Vancouver Music  Academy and has spent the last  year preparing for her ARCT  exam with a prominent teacher  here on the Coast.  Two of Jennifer's fellow  students were invited to share  the programme with her. Ikie  Ziakris, who has been studying  piano on the coast for the past  six yeears, .performed the first  movement of Mozart's Sonata  in E flat Major and Brahms'  Ballade no. 1.  Wynne Ling, who began her  piano studies in Hong Kong and  has continued them here for the  past three years presented the  3rd Movement of Beethoven's  Sonata in E Major and  Chopin's Nocturne no. 1 Op.  72.  Both are preparing their  Grade 10 Toronto Conservatory  exams for this June.  Jennifer intends to continue  her music studies in September  at the University of Victoria,  concentrating on piano  pedagogy.  The young pianists expressed  their appreciation for the access  they have had to the new piano  and had a special thank you for  Ken Dalgliesh who provided his  technical expertise for the  recital.  Mrs. Vona Clayton expressed  sincere best wishes and a thank  you on behalf of the audience to  Jennifer for organizing this very  special event.  At The Arts Centre  Arts rental  The second Tuesday of each  month is Art Rental day at the  Arts Centre. This Tuesday,  June S from 24 pm and again  from 6-8 pm, the works in the  Art Rental library will be on  display.  Selections (all by local artists)  can be rented for a small  percentage of the purchase  price, enjoyed for 3-6 months  and then either returned or purchased. Quite a few works were  sold last month so those artists  will have brought in new work.  DISPLAY NEARS END  This is the last week that  "Wild Flowers, Wild Wolves"  will be on display at the Arts  Centre. This exhibition of  paintings by Gloria Masse  allows viewers to share her affection for and understanding  of her wild subjects.  Gloria's vibrant colours and  her handling of lupins in stages  of development and decline, or  of wolves fighting, nursing and  frolicking create a sense of the  energy and vigour with which  these wild things live.  Ms Masse controls her  medium with both delicacy and  gusto to give us images which  read convincingly as illusions of  volume, depth and solidity, but  VOLUNTEERS PLEASE  JUST 2 HOURS OF YOUR TIME  m  THRIFTY'S  HELP THE  GIBSONS  086.2411 or Bon 511  i, Ibovs Kin'i Lucky Dollar, Gibsons  JUNE 6-20ID  Hwy. 101 at Payne Rd., Gibsons  ���MMM WS-4676 for appointment  simultaneously revel in the juicy  possibilities of paint.  Sw the show before Sunday,  June 10. Viewing times are ll-4^'  Wed. to Sat., or 1-4 on Sun,  SUZUKI VIOLIN  This Friday, June 8 at 5 pm  the public is invited to the 5th  Annual Sunshine Coast Suzuki  Violin Recital at the Arts Centre. This is a good opportunity  to find out more about the  Suzuki program and enjoy  some finger food and ice cream.  DINNER THEATRE  On Sunday, June 10 at 6 pm,  Driftwood Players present an  evening of 'Dinner Theatre' in  support of the Womens' Institute Hall Theatre. Enjoy a  Greek Buffet and three comedy  plays at the Omega Restaurant  in Gibsons.  Cable 11  Tuesday, June S  5:00 p.m.  Forestry Land Use  Tony Greenfield talks with  Jim Gibson, Sandy Gibb and  Chris Ortner about new techniques in forestry.  6:00 p.m.  Korea  ���Canada's Forgotten War  The War Amps of Canada  take us for a look at Canada's  efforts in the Korean War.  7:00 p.m.  A Different Lookat  Restructuring on the Cowl  Maureen Clayton talks with  Gordon Wilson, Howard White  and John Burnside about the  pros and cons of forming one  municipality   for   the   entire  Coast.  8:00 p.m.  This New House Part 4  8:30 p.m.  C.A.P.E.  Live Phone-In  Members   of   the   Coast  Association for the Preservation  of the Environment join us in  the studio to talk about the Save  the Strait .Marathon and Faire  Nanalmo to Sechelt event.  Wednesday, June 6  12:00 noon  Celebrate Excellence - Live  Coast Cable Vision Limited  and the Canadian Cable Television Association invite you to  watch  the  Canadian  Cable  Television Awards via satellite  from the Edmonton Convention Centre.  SOUTH COAST F-OI  885 3?81    couldn't have been without  making stains on the lining.  "Then there was the supposed hangman's rope. A man  from Macleans came around to  interview Herb at one point and  he went into his usual patter  about Oakalla Prison and Mr.  Ellis. The reporter commented  that the rope looked new. You  bet it did. Herb bought it only a  week earlier at a hardware store  across town, lt was never used  to hang anyone.  "The waxworks? They were  done by a Swede named Ole  Holmsen. He was an excellent  sculptor who actually did have  quite a reputation in Europe. I  think he answered an ad that  Herb ran in the paper. Anyhow,  those figures he did looked just  like real people. 1 gave him a  clipping of e\l Capone and he  did the head from that, life-size.  "It looked exactly like the  photograph. However, I don't  believe Holmsen ever got a cent  for all the work he did. I heard  them quarrelling one day. Ole  was pleading that he had to  have some money for groceries.  Herb gave him nothing. That's  the kind of cheapskate he was.  "Now you take those paintings on the wall. He told  everybody they were his and he  fooled me too. After awhile he  put one in there on an easel,  partly done. It was the Prince of  Wales' ranch in Alberta. Herb  claimed he had been commissioned to do it by the prince  himself.  "But the picture always sat in  the same place and nothing was  ever added to it. No wonder. I  found out years later that the  paintings were all actually done  by Herb's wife, Amelia. He had  simply painted out her signature. Herb had no scruples at all  about that sort of thing.  "He had to be the centre of  attention at all costs. I'm not a  bad painter myself, but he  wouldn't allow me to show any  of my own work. I guess he  figured that just might draw attention away from him."  These facts, of course, are  not known to the general public  in 1959. The Arcade of Myster  ies does not lack for customers  during its brief existence. Most  of the adjoining businesses view  it with amused tolerance. One  glaring exception is a Mrs. A.G.  Clark, who runs a women's apparel shop directly next door to  Herb Wilson's unusual enterprise. She raises vociferous objection to the crime museum  from its opening day.  Mrs. Clark detests everything  about the Arcade of Mysteries  from Jack Bird's amplified sales  pitch to the sort of clientelle the  place attracts. She confines her  initial protests to banging on  their common wall with a  broomstick. Wilson's only re  sponse is to hammer right back.  The banging contests continue for several days. Eventually the enraged Mrs. Clark confronts Wilson and demands that  he move his arcade to another  location. The stubborn old  cracksman flatly refuses. He  suggests that Mrs. Clark other  learn to live with his emporium  or move herself.  The banging contests escalate  into slanging contests, .finally in  total frustration, Mrs. Clark  contacts the police. The whole  matter ends up in court ��� to  the delight of the local  newspapers.  To be continued...  ^  Branch  109  * GIBSONS LEGION  gS/\ Annuel!  PUB NITE  June 23 at Gibsons Legion Hall  Time: 8 pm - 12  Music: Peter London  Sponsored by: L.A. 109 Tickets: $7.50  Members & Guests Welcome  Ticket! available: Mary's Variety or Legion Club or  L.A. Members - No Tickets on Sale at the Door  pjili),iilllilfiiilliliili5illlea,ig^j^  1  1  WE DO MORE  THAN JUST  BLINDS  See the latest fashions in elegant draperies, top  treatments and wall papers. Choose from our  selection of in-stock decorator fabrics for real savings. Our wallpaper sale continues until June 16.  Phone or drop in to our showroom.  ROBERT HONEY  INTERIORS  885-4044  5639 Wharf Road, Sechelt  Tuesday ��� Friday 12-4 p.m.  J\EaAoni to i ^ CzUunatz  We are proud to Announce the  GRAND OPENING on TUESDAY, JUNE 5 of  the  TERRACE  M||IHM��"ll��W||||||Mm|||||||l|IWl<HI"<��t|l|   AT BONNIEBROOK  Appetizers  Smoked Rabbit Terrine  in pie poetry garnished and  accompanied with Red Currant Sauce  Pacific Prawns  sauteed with Smoked Tomatoes,  Lemon and fresh Herbs  Entrees  Bonniebrook Vegetarian  local and baby Vegetables which have  been lightly ckarbroiled for flavour  end tenderness, aerved hot or cold  with freak Herb Vinaigrette  A few sample selections from our menu  Salads  'Wild' Salad  a selection of Greens and Edible  Flowers from Fraser Valley green.  houses with Herb Vinaigrette  Soups  Chilled Soup of  Sunshine Coast Cucumbers  made wilh Yogurt, mildly seasoned  and finished with Chives  Clear Duck Consomme  flavoured witk Port  Desserts  Chocolate Pate  a dream come truel  two Chocolates and fresh Berries ���  combined and served with Raspberry  Sauce Lights fade to black  Coast News, June 4,1990  17.  Continued from page 2  strong and they decided to  return to Canada. Commercial  television was just starting here  and another pioneering opportunity was awaiting Rai.  CFTO, the new Toronto  television station was opening  and Jon Bassett asked Rai to set  up the programming operation  just as he had done for Roy  Thompson in Scotland.  But Toronto wasn't Scotland  and the accessibility to the type  of country life which they had  loved so much simply wasn't  there. So in 1965 they escaped  to British Columbia. It was a  homecoming for Verity but a  totally new experience for Rai.  He could bring his talent, his  knowledge of television and his  feeling for show business to a  community that was just  establishing its own television  industry.  He produced a number of  early shows for BCTV and for  Screen Gems, the television and  production and distribution end  of Columbia Pictures. Now he  became responsible for some of  the first television docudramas,  documentaries in which real  people play the roles which  would normally be handled by  actors.  Two such series were People  In Conflict and Magistrate's  Court. Today such programming is fairly common, but it is  safe to say that, again, Rai Purdy pioneered in the Held. It  brought entertainment values  and a reality lo human interest  stories which his practiced eye  could appreciate and translate  into fascinating television programming.  Again, the opportunity arose  for the spectacular and again  Rai rose to the occasion. He was  proud of the fact that he was  approached by Stuart Keate,  then publisher of the Vancouver  Sun, to produce an enormous  birthday party at Empire  Stadium to celebrate Canada's  100th birthday.  There were several hundred  performers and thousands of  spectators in the stands when  Stuart Keate, who chaired the  event, personally lit the enormous birthday cake's 100  candles.  For those of us who were  privileged to share the Paisley  He was the first producer of  that show which attracted top  talent from all over North  America.  But I think his greatest pride  was in the fact that the BCTV  show had the highest collection  pledge rate of any telethon in  North America.  Of course Rai went on to produce telethons all over Canada  and it is not too much to say  Island experience, I must mention another spectacular. We  will never forget Rai and  Verity's party when Rai was  president of the Island Association. He brought to that occasion all the enthusiasm, vitality  and attention to detail which  had made for success in his major TV shows.  In later years, perhaps Rai's  greatest contribution was with  another form of spectacular,  the 24 hour telethon. While he  did not invent the concept, he  certainly brought it to the peak  of perfection with BCTV's  Variety Club Telethon.  that, in the last stages of his  career, he became known as  Mr. Telethon, nol a bad title  when one considers Ihe enormous amount of good these  events contribute to our nonprofit organizations.  And finally to the Sunshine  Coast where Rai and Verily  made their home for the past 12  years. Throughout Rai's long  and eventful life and from what  I have said you will see that  entertainment was at the core of  his being, making people happy, making them laugh, mystifying them with sensational and  exciting show business techniques and above all, helping  ihem to forget their troubles  and woes.  In remembering Rai at this  lime, I am reminded of the last  two lines of that great speech  which Hamlet delivers at the  close of the second act - "The  play's the thing in which I'll  catch the conscience of the  King."  Rai caught 'he conscience of  all of us who knew him with a  life dedicated to his profession.  Even in his last years he was  working hard lo establish a  theatre at Gibsons Landing.  When that fell through for a  variety of reasons, he took up  the cause again at Sechelt's  Festival of the Written Arts  where Verity is working.  1 think it would be very filling  if lhat talented and wide ranging spirit came to rest in such a  beautiful and peaceful setting  and one he loved so much...in a  theatre which, in a very true  sense, was the inspiration for his  entire life.  GIBSONS  LEGION  Branch 109  SMOKEY  & BANDIT  Royal Canadian Legion 140  SECHELT  Due to the success  Friday steak dinners  will continue through June.  6-8 pm  Entertainment starts at 8 pm.  Members & Guests Welcome  ^^  Rhythms  of Life  Powerful passion  ., ..  by Penny Fuller  Passion is such a powerful  force. Not lust or anything  mundane like that - but true  passion. The passion that drives  humans to climb mountains, explore the planets, martyr  themselves for a cause and be  more magnificent than their  petty egos can conceive.  Passion tends to make Canadians nervous, perhaps because  we handle it badly. We don't  quite know what to do with  martyrs and there seems to be  an underlying belief that passion is sexual in nature and  therefore shouldn't be displayed  in public.  Often, we prefer to read  aboul passion or watch it on TV  - keeping it at it's proper  distance. .And yet within each of  us is a passionate being who  could achieve miracles, given  the chance.  Mars represents that driving  passion in humankind, that  ability to direct one's will and  heart toward one goal in single-  minded dedication. On June 1 it  entered Aries, it's home  ground.  While it charges through that  sign (until July 13) there is liable  to be some intensity of emotion.  Unfortunately this can be experienced as general crabbiness  when not directed toward  something positive.  Those born when the Sun is  in Aries face a particular  challenge. There is often a  tendency for you to be single  minded in what you want for  yourself. This is martian energy  turned sour and it tends to  alienate people.  If you can control this energy  and direct it toward something  jreater than yourself, you could  have your own congregation by  mid-July.  That's the difference between  great leaders and petty power-  trippers ��� the depth and  breadth of the vision.  For many people this will be a  time of initiating things. The  success of the venture, in the  long run, will be dependent on  the vision that inspired it.  The temptation will be to say,  "It's my turn. I deserve  something for a change." But if  your ambitions don't encompass benefitting others, or if  they could violate others, in the  end they will blow up in your  face and once more you will  wonder why things never work  for you. ��� ���  While many spiritual guides  have  denounced  passion  as  something to rise jtbove, .,1^  believe it could be the element'  of human existence which  makes us unique in and  necessary to the universe. Properly channelled, passion is like  a rocket booster for creativity.  Transcedem passion is the  key to true greatness. The next  few weeks is a time when you  might taste that possibility in  yourself.  v*t*i     .  Ladies  Night  Thurs. June 7th  5 Alive Glass Special  A chance lo win a dinner lor 2  at Andy's Restaurant  vx  urn in  inn  a a a a a a a a aa  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  rw GUIDE  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  lout  ot the  Cowl  Remember when eating at a pub meant potato chips  and, if you were lucky, a pepperoni slick? Times have  changed, and Irvines Landing Marine Pub is the place lo  find out just how good pub grub has become.  An appetizer, perhaps? May I suggest the mushroom  caps stuffed with cream cheese. If you're lucky enough lo  be there when this delicacy is offered as a special (it's not a  regular menu item). The problem wilh ihese morsels is being patient enough to lei ihem cool a few moments before  enjoying them. Rich, creamy, tangy-lasly, jusi one more.  Irvine's Landing features a daily special that's always'  great and it might be anything from prime rib to perogies,  bul if you go for the mushrooms you might find yourself  more inclined to have another appetizer rather lhan a lull-  sized meal.  My second favourite appetizer at Irvine's Landing Pub  is the nachos, referred to in the menu as 'the Harbour's  best', and I think that statement would be hard to dispute.  The guacamole is always made with fresh avocados.  there's always lots of cheese, the salsa is hot, the sour  cream isn't, and the combination is simply wonderful.  The real test of a Pender Harbour dining eslablishmeni,  though, is taking a Vancouverite there. They usually rattle  off a list of a dozen of their favourite places 'in town' and  remind you that there are subtle differences.  My friend sampled the stuffed mushroom caps and was  lost. He'd never had anything like them, even in the big ci-  ' ly. Then he ordered the halibut and chips, a fairly plain-  sounding dish that prompted him to extol the virtues ol  halibut over all other fish that had ever been served with  chips. Later he sampled a single Cheddar cheese and potato  filled perogy with onions, bacon and sour cream.  He never mentioned Vancouver, other than 10 plan  future visits with companions from the city and to say thai  he would surely bring them to Irvines Landing Marine  Pub.  Andy's Restaurant- Every Wednesday nighl is Crime; Rib Nighl. House  specialties include veal dishes, sicaks,  seafood, pasla, pizza. Thai food, and lots  ni iNKW dishes. Dott'l miss Andy's greal  llruncli Buffet every Sunday freem  I lam-2:30. Hwy llll. Gibsons. 886-3388.  Creek House - Inlimale dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. Wc serve rack eel  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, sicaks.  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Rewd and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Cleescd  Meendays & Tuesdays. V. MC. 4(1 seals.  Restaurant - On ihe  walcrfrom with one of the most spectacular views in Gibsons, the Mariners'  specializes in fresh and live scafeiod, and  also offers a full range eif lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change daily.  wilh delicious daily specials. Marine  Drive, Gibsons Landing. 886-2334. Monday lo Saturday: lunch 11-3, Memday lo  Saturday: Dinner 5-10 and Sunday S-9,  Sunday Brunch 113. 10)scats. V. MC.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster House - Wilh a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good lime al-  FAMIlf DINING  mosphere, tne umega is a people-  walcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasla,  steaks and seafood. Sicaks and seafood  are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for iwo: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  Landing at 1538 Gower Point Rd.  88eS-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 11:30 am ��� 10  pm, Fri and Sal 11:30 am - 10:30 pm.  Seals 145.  Pronto's Restaurants Two locations  to serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasla, lasagne,  ribs, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees include garlic teread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meal leer four aboeii S15-S20. Located at  Wharf Rd., Sechell, 885-1919; and on  Highway 101, across from Gibsons  Medical Clin:-.-. Gibsons, 886-8138.  The Partlienon Creek Taveraa  Loaded ein the esplanade in downtown  Sechelt. Wc specialize in Greek Cuisine,  fresh seafood, steaks, isisia, and pizza.  Open 6 days a week - Tues. ihrough  Tliurs., from 11 am - 10 pm and Fri. &  Sal., II am ��� II pm. We arc open for  lunch - try our daily luncheon specials.  Lunch is served from II am - 3 pm.  Reservalions recommended. VVe alsei  have take-out - pizza, ribs, pasta. Greek  food and much morel 885-1995 or  885-2833. Kalherina - Hostess.  The Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ex-can view and sunsets  from every table. Ceintineniai cuisine and  seafood at ils best. Sunday Brunch from  ii am - 2 pm. Fully licensed and air-  conditioned. Dinner reservalieins rectilli-  mended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  ���Cedars Neighbourhood Pub -  Greal food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific daily  specials, available 'till 9 pm every night.  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good limes. Sun. - Thurs. open 'till  midnight. Fri. & Sat. open 'till I am. See  you at the Cedars, home of the "other"  Bruno. Visa, Mastercard and reservations  accepted. 8864)171.  \I(,HI ON 7H�� tOW\  Irvine's landing Marine Pub  Excellent lunches, dinners and appetizers  served in a friendly and casual waterfront  pub setting overlooking the mouth of  Pender Harbour. Prime rib every Satur-  day. 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 Ham-  10pm. Call 883-1145.  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel - starting  June I, summer hows for the restaurant  wil be: Breakfast 4 Lunch, 7 am to 2 pm;  Dinner 6pm lo 10 pm; seven days a week.  For itservaiions or more information all  MS-7038.  Ruby .Lake Resort - picturesque  lakeside setting, post-and-beam dining  room, children's play area and tame  swans are pan of Ruby Lake Resort's  charm. Sunday smorgasbord features  baron of beef and other hot meat dishes,  a beautiful salad bar and home-made  desserts. Absolutely superb prime rib on  Friday. Breakfast from 6:30 am, lunch  from II 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,  gtwd highway access and parking for  vehicles of all sizes. 883-2269.  Ernie & Gwen's Drive In- Take  out, or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice  cream. Free home delivery within 4 miles,  alter 6 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under $10. Open  late every night. Hwy. 101, Gitisons.  88eV78l3.  Full Allvm I1SKMKMS  Avenge Mail Prices  De not include liquor 18.  Coast News, June 4,1990  Pender Golf  Ladies champ  by Jerry Holmes  1                  *     ���.mf     ...  ���*     . i e  .eVvA^'^  '-.      ���   ���*-         ������->*�� '��.  >*������> ,�����',  a*** ; v "  .���    .  M��W<  i    ."*���������  1   .V   '  .*'������       ",''*������  ,J*,*S."'"  ,             ,s>s           .  ,.'...s.'     '  v>       ��,'-1'  Approximately 200 Gibsons Elementary primary students (Grades  1-3) collected stickers as they completed events during sports day  ou June 1. Events included an obstacle course, a sack race, a  hockey shoot, ball toss and many others. ���Jeff Carpenter photo  S.C. GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB  We have a new Ladies Champion for 1990, in the person of  Lois Haddon, and apparently a  very deserving champion, judging by the performance of some  of the other gals. Such as Joyce  Reid birdying no. 7, Lois Reid  chipping in on no. 2 and Helen  Crabb not needing to use her  putter on the ninth. Congratulations Lois!  Runner up with second low  gross in the championship  round was Verna Belland. For  low net, Shirley Dumma came  away with top honours. Blanche  Paton was runner-up. Well  done, ladies!  Guess-your-gross-score winners for 18 holes were Ev Tapio  and Jan Watson in a tie. Also  with a tie for the Niners were  Vera Love and Shirley Crout.  The hit and giggle group, 32  strong, turned out for a great  fun evening in last Monday's  Twilite. Leading the pack in the  four ball scramble, with a great  two over game, was the team of  Mary Roop, Elsie Colling, Eric  Ant ilia and George Langham.  Only one shot back was Ev  Tapio's team of Pat Mitchell,  Ed Roop, and the quiet one,  Bobo Sagansky.  The Langham family walked  away with the rubles in two  other events; Moni, the long  drive and George, the K.P. on  Congratulations to holes in one  by Frank Nanson  There were a few holes in one  scored lately thai did not get into the news apparently. Dick  Thompson, one of our  members, got his recent hole in  one on the 17lh. Also recording  holes in one were the following  visitors: R.B. Aspinall of Gold  River on hole number 8 and  Gerald Louis of Sechell on the  big one, number 5. Congratulation lo all three of ihese fellows.  The Senior Men's Thursday  group played straight golf with  Vic Vaughan's team consisting  Sunshine Coast  Hot Spots and Hints  LOCATION: PRODUCTION:  The Gap SLOW  CampByng GOOD  Davis Bay FAIR  Trail Island FAIR  Merry Island FAIR  Pirate Rock FAIR  Epsom Point FAIR  Lasqueti Island 9000  Sangsler Island 0000  Texada Island 0000  Bargain Harbour GOOD  Egmont FAIR  Coho reported at Sangster. Powell River reports fantastic Coho  & Spring. Let's hope they come Ihis way! Anderson Bay  production has slowed considerably. There's still good fishing  around Texada and Lasqueti.  ISPECIAL    of    the    WEEK  Lowrance X-35 FISHFINDER $289  Marcom 85 VHF RADIO $299  Your Fishing Report  sponsored by  THE COAST NEWS  and  TRAILBAY  SPORTS  SALMONID  MAD DIPOT  >Tmam  ���\m\\\\\\\\\A  Sueeimar Hours:  Sunday         10430  More Tteeiee       05:10  Feeday             9S0O  Salueejeiy        9-5:30  TMIl AVE I COWRIE SI    SECHEll       US HI]  of Ed Matthews, Tom Wark,  Ed Small and Hal Mcintosh  taking the honours. The teams  of Al Boyes and Bob Williams  tied for second and third.  Bill Sneddon and his team of  golfers managed to squeeze out  a prize by winning the tees.  Peter Smith got a couple of  balls for his drive which was  closest to the pin on the 8th  hole.  Don't forget to sign up for  the Senior Men's Eclectic to be  run off on the 7th and 14th of  June.  The 18 Hole Ladies played  May 18th with the following'  players taking the honours in  first flight - Wilma Sim (N70),  Phyl Hendy (N71) and Pat  Scarr (N72). Second flight winners were J. Emerson, Marg Ar-  bucle and Celia Meda, in that  order. Third flight had M.J.  Pierot in first wilh Bernice  Bader second and L. Evans  third.  The 9-Hole Ladies played for  lowest total on par-4 holes with  the following winners in order.  Maureen Heaven first, Gladys  Warner second and Jan Robertson third.  THE RULES OF GOLF  SIMPLIFIED. Dan Pohl took a  practice swing breaking a  branch off a tree behind him.  He then took a swing to hit his  ball out to the fairway. This was  brought up for decision. Too  bad he had broken the branch  thus improving his swing area,  penalty resulted in decision  13-2/19.  You are playing on a rainy  day and shake the water off the  branch of a small tree that interferes with your swing area.  Penalty for improving swing  area, yes in decision 13-2/23.  These are the niceties thai make  GOLF such a FUN game.  Open  Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon.  1 -4pm  6 New 1 Level Townhomes  Corner North Rd. & Reed Rd.  LOADED WITH EXTRAS  Display Unit #3 Now Complete  Contact Lisa Keller 886*4680  Montreal Trust 278-8181  Another Quality Development by  HANS OUNPUU CONSTRUCTION  A Division ol  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  886-4680  no. 3. Neil Reeder, who, it is  reported, also came out of his  shoes, smoked the long drive on  7 for the men.  If anyone needed any other  encouragement to play in the  Twilite, the goodies in the way  of fantastic finger foods that  followed last Monday evening,  would convince any non-  believer. Even the bachelor  chaps produced some incredible  edibles, and anyone who missed  out on the feast has only  themself to blame.  "Smokin' Dave" Dakin and  his 27.5 low net were "numero  Uno" in the Tuesday Senior  men's draw. Second low was  Cec Clements. Second low in  itself would be newsworthy. If  you add the fact thai Cec is 80,  (count 'em, that's eight zero), it  becomes something for the rest  of us to shoot at.  The K.P. on no. 3 was struck  by Davey Dakin and on no. 6  by Murrell Smith, who it was  alleged, almost lost his new car  as a K.P. prize on Monday  night. Not with his total agreement, mind you!  We were also honoured, on  Monday by the presence of two  guests from the Sunshine Coast  Golf Club, George Cooper and  Burt Cheat.  Dutch Haddon, our immediate past president, and  whose better half is Ladies  Champion, suffered a painful  injury to his foot at the Lions  Club pancake breakfast  honouring the Lieut. Governor.  The injury evoked proper  sympathy, as you would expect  from a gentleman's group,  when Dutch explained that "a  table fell on my foot".  However, it should be noted  lhat another, more popular explanation is that the object thai  busted his toe was one of his  own hotcakes!  3:05 13.5  j.     510:40 3.2  '    TU  6:30 14.0  11:15 11.6  3:30 13.2  M 611:15 2.6  ���i WE  7:05   14.5  9jtm TameHtfl  12�� 11.7  7 4:00 13.0  TH 11:45 2.2  7:40 14.8  mg, tum m.n.  12:50 117  6 4:30 128  FR 12:20 2.0  8:15 14.9  1:30 11.6  9 5:10 127  SA 12:55 1.9  8:50 14.9  i we. re.  2:10 11.4  10 5:50 12.5  SU  1:30 2.1  9:20 14.9  Oaea Teeee. Win.  2:50 11.2  11  6:35 12.2 i  MO 2:05 2.4  9:55 15.0 ,  Reference: Point Atkinson  Pacillc Standard Time  Foe Sleookumchute Nareowa add  1 he. 40 min. plua 5 men. loe aach It. ol rlee*.  . and 7 neln. toe MCh fl. ol tall  TIDELINE MARINE  5637 Wharf Rd., Sechelt  885-4141  Boats In-Stock ^  seas gQ-OSy  Monday, June 11th is  Trish's Last Day at The Pool!  Drop In and Wish Mer a Fond Farewell.  Publication ol this schedule  sponsored by  Super Valu  _,--*?�� .r* it'o-:  ^!KhLiVaV��;>!   ���'���   i ���   a'J   It  fijlatiL^ Coast News, June 4,1990  19.  - .va;"*.-.  ������$*** .*-  *&->*$ r*xmm^  Despite the rain approximately 30 competition showed up for the  May 27 Sunshine Coast Equestrian Society Horse Show on Field  Road. Horses and riders of varying abilities participated In jumping and trail events and everyone enjoyed themselves.  ���Jrtf C'arpf nler photo  Horse show draws  30 contestants  by Jeff Carpenter  Despite a consistent drizzle of  rain, the spirits at the May 27  Sunshine Coast Equestrian  Sociely (SCES) Horse Show  were not dampened.  A caravan of jeeps and four-  wheel drives, luxury sedans and  horse trailers crept up the dirt  road above Field Road in  Roberts Creek.  Around 30 contestants showed up for the event, said Wendy  Nicholson, entry secretary for  the horse show.  Tina Wilson on Hocus Pocus  won the high point for English  class riding, and Tara Boragno  on Dresdan received the reserve  PV'nl- ^n,   ��p*.  Jennifer McDonald op Sunny  won the high point for the  Minor ball  Western class riding, and Tracy  Mundell on Joey Douglas  received the reserve point.  "Al the end of the year, "  Nicholson told the Coast News,  "we add up all the points and  hand out trophies."  The SCES has other events  planned for the summer.  "On June 17 we're having an  English riding clinic lo help people learn how lo ride,"  Nicholson said.  The classes will consist of  walk-lrol and lead line for the  younger kids where the parents  will lead the kids on ihe horses.  The SCES is holding ils next  horse show on July 15, with  YjiriouSjhprses and riders competing for high and reserve  points.  Howe Sound PAP  Ebeen (.leave  STANDINGS AS OF MAY 31  MOSQUITO DIVISION  WLTP  3 9 0 6  2 9 0 4  S 5 0 16  Hut Win 7 ) 2 16  Prontos S 5 0 16  Oim-a 7 4 2 16  Howe Sound P&P  In Tuesday's game Daniel  Giesbrecht struck out six batters  in the three innings he pitched.  Great plays were made by  Stuart Chester, Chris Banbury  and Daniel Giesbrecht to put  out runners at first base. Justin  Towel and Chris Rottluff made  excellent catches at first base.  Candice Gourlay made an excellent throw from center field  to second base.  Elson Glass  In Tuesday's game Allison  Farrell made a good play at second base to force out a runner.  David Moss had his first RBI  and a stolen base.  Blue Wave  In Tuesday's game we had  solid pitching from Rhoby,  Quinn, Jeramy and Jody. In  Wednesday's game a double  play was made by Mike Taddy  and Nick Lavertu. Good catching by Ryan Costello and excellent pitching by Jody Underwood.  Prontos  Blair   hit   a   home   run.  Marlin's, Iris' and Josh's hitting  has improved. Kris Toss has  made some great catches at  short stop. Harlcy started pitching and is looking greal. Ihe  whole team is improving and  is having fun.  Omega  Todd McBridc pitched a no  hitter in the two innings he pitched. Leah Brody caught a fly  and played well on base. Sunt  Bishop and Ryan Service anchored the team well as back  catchers.  BROINCO DIVISION  WT I. P  Devlin S I  .1 17  Ki'e-ns 3 I 6 10  Super Valu S 2 5 12  Sunnycnsl Mall 4 17 9  Devlins Team! played well  this passing week. Hilling has  been steadily improving. Some  good plays in the outfield.  Adam KcKenski is hilling the  ball well and fielding well. Sam  Collins had a good week and  learn spirit is excellent.  Kerns' Team: is hitting very  well and moral is high. Jodi  Roltlcrff and Mellissa Sntazcll  are both doing excellent jobs.  Keisuke Selo made a double  play and is playing well.  Sunnycrest Mall team: spirit  is high after winning one game  and tieing ihe other.  Vanessa Dawson's timely hit  scored RUI's. Sclli Jallions pit-  ched well and is hilling consistently.  Slo-pltch ball  Stenner's Thunderbolts kept  their undefeated streak alive by  defeating the third place Ball  Blasters 17 - 2 last week in the  Cedars Mixed Slo-Pitch  League. The Thunderbolts, who  were fifth place last year, have  now completed the first half of  the schedule (I I games) without  a loss.  The Blasters, who now have  two losses and a tie, got home  runs from Denis Hostland and  Ray Hladysh.  Fourth place A&G Contracting got by GBS, 20 - 19 in a  back and forth shoot-out. Dim  Cardinal and Mike Ackford hit  home runs for A&G, whose  record is now 8 wins and 3  losses.  GM, who came up one run  short, got home runs from  Chuck Martin and Ken Dempster.  THIS WEEK'S GAMES  Monday, June 4.  Commuters vs Wrecks, Cedar  Grove;  Stenner's  vs  GAB,  Langdale N.; Pigs vs Cedars,  Langdale S.; Creekers vs GBS,  Brothers, no. 2.  Wednesday, June 6.  Wahoos   vs   Coors,   Cedar  Grove;   Stenner's   vs   Pigs,  Langdale   N.;   Cedars   vs  Creekers, Langdale S.  Thursday, June 7.  GBS vs Blasters, langdale  N.; Coors vs A&G, langdale S.  Saturday, June 9, 9 am - 6  pm. Tournament al Brothers  Park.  Sunday, June 10, 9 am - 4  pm. Tournament at Brothers  Park.  Mixed slo-pitch to  host tournament  On the weekend of Saturday,  June 9 and Sunday, June 10 the  Cedars Mixed Slo-Pitch League  will be hosting the sixth annual  Invitational Tournament at  Brothers Park. '  16 teams (all 12 local teams  plus 4 from the Lower  Mainland) will "play ball" on  all three fields from 9 am - 7 pm  on Saturday, June 9.  On Sunday, June 10, play  continues at 9 am to conclude  the "round robin" play.  Play-offs begin at 11 am with  a second slate of play-off games  al 12:30 pm. The lop four teams  remaining will play in the semifinals at 2 pm and the two top  teams will have a showdown for  all the hardware at 4 pm on field  1.  Visiting teams from Mission,  BC. will be OK Tire, Garoos  Paint and pasi champions, the  Dewdney Sloughs. Also invited  are the Silver Bullets from  North Vancouver.  The teams will be divided into  four pools of four, with three  local teams and one visiting  team in each pool. Each team  will play the other three teams  in their respective pool and the  winner will advance to the semifinals at 2 pm on Sunday.  Tournament Schedule  Saturday, June 9, 9 am Sten  ner's vs Commuters, field no. 1;  Pigs vs Yahoos, field no. 2;  GAB vs Coors, field no. 3;  10:30 am, Bullets vs A&G,  field no. I; OK Tire vs GBS,  field no. 2; Creek vs Wrecks,  field no. 3.  12 noon, Slough vs Cedars,  field no. 1; Garoos vs Blasters,  field no. 2; GBS vs Stenner's,  field no. 3.  1:30 pm, OK Tire vs Commuters, field no. I; Bullets vs  Creek, field no. 2; Coors vs  Cedars, field no. 3.  3 pm, Blasters vs Pigs, field  no. I; Garoos vs Yahoos, field  no. 2; Slough vs GAB  , field no. 3.  4:30 pm, A&G vs Wrecks,  field no. 1; Commuters vs GBS,  field no. 2; OK Tire vs  Stenner's, field no. 3.  6 pm, GAB vs Cedars, Field  no. I; Slough vs Coors, field  no. 2; Yahoos vs Blasters, field  no. 3. ���  Sunday, June 10 at 9 am  Garoos vs Pigs, field no. I;  Bullets vs Wrecks, field no. 2;  A&G vs Creek, field no. 3.  11 am, Play-offs on all fields.  12:30 pm, Play-offs on all  fields.  2 pm, Semi-finals on fields  no. 1 & 2.  4 pm, Finals on field no. I.  Refreshment Zone open II  am - 6 pm, Sunday only.  Marc Beaupre (left) from Howe Sound Pulp and Paper accepts a  certificate of appreciation from Jim Scott of the Gibsons Table  Tennis Club last week.  Table Tennis Ass'n .  thanks Howe Sound  Marc Beaupre, on behalf of  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper  Limited, accepted a Certificate  of Appreciation from the Gibsons Table Tennis Club (GTTC)  by president Jim Scott lasl  Tuesday evening. Their  generous support has greatly  benefited the GTTC in its first  year.  The club recently became an  associate member of the BC  Table Tennis Association. This  enables all club members to participate in all Canadian tournaments and activities.  Club games wind up on June  5. Play nights commence again  September 11 and each Tuesday  thereafter from 7 to 10 pm at  the Elphinstone cafeteria in  Gibsons.  SHOP LOCALLY���  insider  information  Get the inside story on what's happening on the Sunshine Coast.  It's quite simple...just read the Summer Edition of the  Sunshine Coast Soundings magazine.  You will have the inside track on suitable summertime activities  to fill the days and nights you spend on our marvellous Coast.  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Site Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Call: 885.7876  JIM ROBINSON  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  General Garden Maintenance  Lawn Care a Landscaping ��� Pruning  Hock Walls & Rockeries  Senior's Discount ��� Friendly Service  Fred 8B6-3526  Need this space?  C..H   lie.'   ( OAS1   Nl WS  lor the Professional  and the Homeowner  /    RENT-IT!  /        CANADA INC.  TOOLS & EQUIPMENT     _ .  ^5540 Inlet Ave., Sechelt        885-28487  J. 5. Ctmtltniaj  460 Track Hoe  ���Topsoil  ���Septic Fields  ���Sand & Gravel  Deliveries  ���Stump Removal  ���Lot Clearing  ���Building Sites  ���Water Lines  743 Bobcat  886-9764  Mobile: 649-8879  m.        h .     RENOVATIONS WITH ">  B/lfiJlIP A T0UCH 0F CLASS  fflUA WJ   COMMERCIAL 8, RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER 9M^   LTDl HALTMOON tvVjf  r  Residential.  .Commercial.  .Industrial.  PAINTING  \  Residential  Commercial  Industrial  Land Clearing  FUTURE  Excavating & Developments  Underground Installations  & Repairs  Roads & Driveways  Satisfaction Guaranteed  CALL MIKE OR MIKE  886-2182  30 Years Experience     Fully Equipped  Free Estimates  M.B. Painting  Marcel Beaunoyer 886-9626    886-3321  "3*213  I  CENTURY ROCK  Rock Wills  Fallot  1QD  Q & D Contracting  ���Sand & Gravel Deliveries,. je,  ���Stump Removal '-  GaryDavies 886-9585               poho.kw  Dan Zuell    886-8070 Gibsons. bcJ  BIO EAQLE Enterprises Ltd.  Custom Buill Sun Decks   - Fencing  Palio Doors -Skyliles and Windows  Renovalions and Additions  Free Estimates  Mike 886-2888  Will Buy Timber  or will do Excavating  For Timber  ���Big or Small Amount  or will Rent 518 Cat Skidder  by the hour with operator  Will Go Anywhere  Louis & D. LePage Logging        886-3821  ��� GEM. CONTRACTORS*  HEATING ���  /^SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.���>  ��� Gas Fireplaces TE'-^Q   ���Wm<) s,0���s  a Wood Fireplaces        ;'EJ��   a Chimneys (Hi-Temp)  ��� Inserts ���"^!!j   a Liners  STEVE CHRISTIAN Complete Sales t Installations  Certified Technician IT'S ALL WE DO  l    885-7171 * Safety 4 Sanitation Guaranteed .  ICO LIQUID GAS  ��� Auto Propane   "*t  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. O's  885-2360  Hwy 101, across SI.  Irom Big Mac's, Sechelt  rQM:  SUNDECKS  ���^ by  WRIGHT'S CONSTRUCTION  Free Estimate  885-7736 885-7099  MARINE SERVICES  Cottrell's Marine Service!  SERVICE TO Al L MAKES  Specializing in Merc Outboard'  a stern drive rebuilding  Located al  Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  SHOP 886-7711     RES. 885-5840  y  IQBCFeRRiGs Schedule  VANCOUVLR   SECHEUPtNINSUUV  e'T-rrn  HOHS���SHO��� BAV-ij  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE   SALTERY BAY  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 NT       4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  M daeielal Manieck lal  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7.30 am      3:30 pm M  9:30 M        5:30  11:30 7:25 M  1:15 pm      9:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am      4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 M      3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:25 M     7:30  11:30      9:30  ���MOTt: Tliaia <M H lea  "Fan Htrt" eun a*  laMeltaa. lueedaye ��� HaHdari  Ivia Paek 1 Head Hoed, del 4 Saacel Goe.ee PI 4 Filnklen Loevte lue Slope  Gibsons Bus Schedule  Depart  Mill        5:45  7:45  9:45  11:45  Arrive  Langdale 6 10  Ferry Ter 8:10  10:10  12:10  Elleclive March I. 1989  Ivia Manna Ftaeehlin Foanall. hra 1 flaad M |  Arrive  Mill       6:30  6:30  Depart  Lower     6:15  6us Slop 1:15  10:15  12:15  10:30  12:30  Saa lal Dime la. langdala Haeejlele laeenieteeook Haiejeels  Waadclik Pa,h Scleedulae  MRES Adults Seniors Children (6-12) Comm. Tickets 1  Out ol Town   $1.50    $1.00 .75       S1.25/rirJi  in Town .75       .75 75  These transportation schedules sponsored hy  3% Siuccecttt Rqwm  Insurance  OuWpkw  Notary  INSURANCE  ��� TRAVEL  886-2000 886*9255  Re��d Cirpet Service From Frtendtf Proteaalonala In Sunnvcraat Mall, Oltetom. Coast News, June 4,1990  21.  PNE talent search  Contest open to local talent  fcy Ruth Forrester  Talented young British Columbians are being encouraged  to participate in the Pacific National Exhibition's fourth Annual Youth Talent Search.  The event will take place  August 18 to September 3.  Sponsorship of a local  preliminary contest is open to  any community group. Sanctions must be obtained from the  PNE at least two weeks before  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  the local contest date which  must be prior to July 31, and  open for ages 13 to 21.  The grand prize winner  receives $300 and a trip to  Memphis to compete in the international competition for a  top prize of $5000 and an audition with CBS Television in  Hollywood.  High schools in the province  are sponsoring many of the contests, and with the wealth of  young talent here on the Coast  there is a lot of scope for a good  contest.  Categories are male and  female vocal soloists, vocal  group, instrumental solo and  group, dance solo and group,  variety solo and group. Groups  are limited to four persons.  Community groups or individuals wishing more information should contact Lynne  Taylor at 2S3-23I1 or write to  her at Pacific National Exhibition, P.O. Box 69020, Exhibition Park, Vancouver, B.C.  V5K 4W3.  I      SHOP  LOCALLY  MARINE SERVICES  MISC SERVICES  ���^���Pa* *# MARINE WAYS  mervrui/er      I boat moving {i  Mercury Outboards     fjf      power washing,!  '       PsB HADDOCK MARINE ltd.  Garden Bay. BC.      M��SB'"S_     883-2811  &.  buccaneer  Marina is> Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 615-7616  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 vears  PARTS ��� SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K t C Thermoglass &,��� tl  Cobra Suit now  In-Stock  PENINSULA INDUSTRIAL  & LOGGING SUPPLIES  PORT  MELLON  & GIBSONS  ��� Wire Rope & Rigging  ��� Welding Supplies  ��� Hydraulic Hose & Fittings  ��� Misc. Industrial Products  Gibsons886-2480 ..,��� ni���ri���,,,7  Port Mellon 884-5303     Van. Direct 689-7387  1042 Hwy. 101, Gibsons (across from Kenmac)  -���  I OUTBOARDS  CSL  ^  A.J. (JIM) WJULACET\  84 Hr. Telephone 880-4883  1188 Rosamund, Gibsons  Pica Dp k oumrj  AtKOUNTINO  ���OOKXMFMG  BUDGETS  INVESTMENTS  PAYROLL  TAXATION  INVENTORY  UTHERlAND^g,'MLm  IOUTIOARDS ~**fT  ������r YANMAR   V  mcrvrui/cr    ��*��'��    I  stern drives iNtOABOs   DIESEL ENGINES']  H.irls f. Service ine All M.ike's eif Oulbo.erds  Dele ksiele' nr Dryl.inel  .,,1r.,. r   ,,.  VHF 6 & 16  fINMCING AVAILABLE  at COHO MARINA, Madeira Park 883-1119/  JACOBSEN FEEDS  6462 Norwest Eay Road  888*9369       Your Authorized Dealer  We carry a complete line ol _____^���_  Animal Feeds & Supplies     'tits growing people  �� Sail Waler Licences,ji_j.. Ji  * Motel & Campsites * Water Taxi 7**P"^  * Marine Repairs       * ice and Tackle    M3-22M  CHAINSAWS  8ALE8 A SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER 8.  CHAINSAW LTD j  ^   731 NORTH R6AB   88629127  MISC SERVICES  A.D. LANDSCAPE GROUP  OVER 20 YEARS  SSttHS        ^^^"   RESIDENTIAL  BS5-5ME    ^+^*r COMMERCIAL  LANDSCAPING ft GARDENING  fLandacaplrtg for m Dlttlnctlva Daalgii  Complete service Irom design to Irrigation installation plus  new shrub plantings, installation ol large trees and  hedges lor privacy, palios, lawn installations and retaining walls. Over 500 plant species to choose Irom lor your  own design. Call lor a Iree estimate.  290-5963 Mnon Bead, (uiuaHy Tjj Free er jjMjjj| ,  Personal  Tax Returns  Nicky Zavaglia C.A.  AppoiBtuMnt aa��mi  aUMtHINK KITCHEN  ��� CAaiNKTi.  aee-9411  ���Showroom Kent's ftaza.Hwy 101  Open Tueaday to Saturday KM pmj  DOLPHIN ALARM  SYSTEMS LTD.  p.       Burglary - Fire    Music & Sound - Intercoms        DonWation  RRI4 SIS CI7 Bui. 916-9144  Gibsons. B.C. Uli. 996-33047  11  ��� Commercial & Residential *  ��� Carpet & Resilient Flooring*  Phone  in-home,       888*8888  ���SSI SHOWROOM at  5601 Hwy. 101, Sechelt  Tu��e.Frl., 12:��-S All day Sat.  ��___THE FLOOS ITOM AT VOUH DOOR  For successful  BUSINESS MEETINGS  Large or Small  CEDARS INN  895 Hwy. lOt.GiiKons  Fax 886-3046    886-3008 ,  Complete, Contldentiil, & Professional     A  BUSINESS ft PERSONAL OFFICE SERVICES  m  886-7359  Ifflfc gagcr  883-9911 J  Conversion  Windows, Ghat,  Auto A Marine Glass, Aluminum Windou  *&'"n��   Hwy 101& Pr.lt Rd.   "'""  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE \  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Baval Siding - Posts �� Beams  Chfls Nappar (M-MM  , R.RJ4, SS, C7S,  VOIbsons, 1.C VOW 1V0  Rain was no deterrent to the enthusiasm of all the participants at the official  field it Cliff Gilker Park last week. Area D Director Brett McGillivray and  Connor were assisted In the ribbon cutting ceremony by some children.  opening of the new be*  SCRD Chairman Petty  Rom Nlckoltoa pkoto  New ball field opened  by Rose Nicholson  The new ball field al Cliff  Gilker Park was officially opened lasl week by Chairman  Peggy Connor of the Sunshine  Coasl Regional District  (SCRD).  The new field, which has jusi  been seeded with grass, will nol  be ready for use 'til next summer. The 400 by 400 fool field  will provide space lor iwo  baseball fields and one soccer  field, and will ease some of the  pressure on the overcrowded  playing fields on the Coasl.  "We started thinking aboul  this five or six years ago," said  SCRD Director Brell McGillivray, "bul il wasn't until  Roberts Creek joined the Wes'  Howe Sound Recreation Commission thai there was some  money available. There were so  many kids and adults playing  ball, we were running out of  ball fields." , .  Funding came from a variety  of sources, "bul ihere was an  awful lol of donated materials  and equipment and volunteer  labour," McGillivray wenl on.  "Sandy Gibb came in here with  his D-8 Cal and Proclain and  cleared ihe whole area and  burned all the slumps.  "The finishing touch was  done by Ole Siorvald, who unfortunately passed away jusi  before il was finished. He was  of the old school. The whole  field is graded lo a one per cent  grade, and he did il by eye. He's  one of ihe few people who  could have done lhal."  The new field has been constructed using ihe latest techni-  ques. Once the area was cleared  and levelled, 12 inches of sand  was spread over il and an  underground sprinkler system  was installed.  "The old method was to use  top soil," explained SCRD  Director Jim Gurney, "bul the.;  way you got lots of weeds.  Several different kids of grass  seed have been used and il's fertilized regularly. Essentially il's  a hydroponic system."  Sieve Alexander, regional  dislricl parks superintendent explained thai plans call for  washrooms and a resident  carelaker. "Il's pan of out plan  now lo have caretakers in all  major parks," he said, "ll  should cm down on vandalism  and provide security fot families  using ihe parks."  Cliff Gilker Park, mi  Highway 101 in Roberts Creek,  came inlo being in the early 70s  through ihe work of a huge  group of volunteers who sepeni  many hundreds of hours of  labour to clear brush, cut nails  and build bridges.  Named alter long lime  Roberts Creek resident Cliff  Gilker, the first chairman of the  regional district, ii is now pan  of the regional dislricl parks  system).  Welcoming  committee  The new 'Beachcombers  Welcoming Committee' is now  in operation and beginning to  welcome new residents to our  scenic, family-oriented area.  If you know of, or are  yourself, a recent arrival who  would appreciate a visil from  one of the welcoming committee hostesses, please contact the  chamber of commerce at  886-232;.  The main pari of ihe park has  been kepi largely in ils natural  stale, disturbed only by a network of trails. Roberts Creek  and one of ils tributaries wind  through the area, tumbling over  waterfalls and rushing through  gullies.  lugged some lime close to  the iiirn of ihe century, there is  slill evidence of the old logging  methods. Huge decaying  stumps show the notches cut for  llic spring boards lhal fallers used lo stand on in the days when  trees were felled with crosscut  saws and double billed axes,  and the charred bark speaks of  the devastating fire that swept  this whole area soon after.  Now, second growth fir,  cedar and hemlock have grown  lo over 50 feet, providing cover  for ferns and mosses on the  forest floor.  The playing field will add a  new dimension to Cliff Gilker.  "We're nol going to put the  backstops in yet," said  McGillivray. "We don't want  to encourage anyone to go on  the grass until il's well established. But by this time next year it  should be ready to go."  B^NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  ** New Testament Church  5531 Wharl Rd., Sechelt  Sun. Worship Service      10:30 am  Wed. Bible Sludy 7:30 pm  Morning Prayer 6:30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat.  New Lite Christian Academy  Enrolling Kindergarten - Grade 12  Pastor Ivan Fox  Principal, Davis Cliff  Phone 885-4775 or 885-2672  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassloid Road 11:15am  SundaySchool 11:15am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Re��. Stan Sears  Church Telephone 886-2333  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  School Rd., opposite RCMP  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Woiship 11:00am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phone: Chinch Oflice 886-7107  Pasior Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J Morris 886 3499  Alliliated with Ihe Pentecostal  Assemblies ol Canada  ANGLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  SI Columba ol lona Parish  8835 Redroolts Rd.,  Hallmoon Bay  1st. 3rd. 5th Sundays  Holy Communion, 2 pm  The Rev. Canon E.S. Gale  1-525-6760  Inlormalion: 885-7088  "Prayer Book Anglican"  LIVING FAITH  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & Coast Highway  Davis Bay 885-2202  Sunday Worship 11:00 am  Vacation Church School  July 23 to 27  Rev. Frank W. Schmitt, Pastor  For information call 885-5792  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. Aldan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North 886-7410  The Anglican Parish of  St. Aidan & St. Bartholomew  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madei-a Park  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Sunday School-all ages    9:45 am  Prayer & Bible Study  Wednesday 7:30 pm  ,383-2374 & 883-9441  Pastor Mike Klassen  Affiliated with the Penteecostal  Assemblies of Canada  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30 am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm in homes  Wednesday  Bible Sludy 7:30 in homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Paster  885-7488 Office 885-9707  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 886-2611  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Worship Service 11:00 am  Hour ol Inspiration 7:00 pm  Cal Mclver, Pastor  Arlys Peters, Music Minister  "Me Bible as it Is...  lor People as they are."  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to loin us  in Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10O0am  Morning  Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  ��� THE  f*m ANGLICAN CHURCH  \**      OF CANADA  St HUda's ��� SachaN  Sunday Services       8&9:30am  Nursery & Sun. School 9:30 am  St. Andrew's ��� Pender Hetrbour  Regular Sun. Worships 11:30 am  885.5019 Rev. June Maffin  "We extend a Warm Wekxtrm  to all"  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  Sunday  9:00 am Indian Dlat-lct  10:00 am Holy Family Sachelt  12:00 noon St. Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st & 3rd Sat. 44:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's Qlbsons <i 22.  :  I  Coast News, June 4,1990  I C;COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS^  Homes   II   V  &. Property  <  �����'-*  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Racraation  ��� RetiraiTwnt  ��� Relocation  FREE CAtALOGUE  5686 Corniest.. Box 1219  Sechell. B C VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van Toll Fiee 684-8016  8. Propert\  Large lot Sandy Hook Rd.. ocean  view Asking $22,000.  885-2610 #26ss  Luxurious view and living in Ihis  3 Mini 3 bath. 2500 sq. It.  house, gaiden. Iruit trees.  Madeira Park. 883-9418 or  988-4310 #25  II. legal  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  -IN PENDER HARBOUR���  The Coast News  (Madeiid 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  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  ���IN DAVIS BAY-  Peninsula Market 885-9721  ��� IN WILSON CREEK   Wilson Creek Campground 885-5937  ���IN ROBERTS CREEK���  Seaview Market 885 341/1   IN GIBSONS   The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  The Knit Wit  Sunnycrest Mall   886-2717   DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  NOON SATURDAY  AT COAST NEWS OFFICES  SECHELT & GIBSONS  Bill 8. Karen Phillips are the Iriendly laces at Wilson!  Creek Compground, a Friendly People Place where  they'll help you llll out your classifieds.  ��� Gibsons New 3 bdim house  I $9? 000. near schools and shop  I ping Please call atlei 6 pm oi  I Sal. & Sun .886-3116 #25  I 5.1 acies S59.000 close to terry,  11000' Road Irontage. Hydro  ' 886-9049 #26ss  Pendee Haiboui. 2 Mini mobile  on privale lol. $40 000  2762338 #24sr  View lol above hwy   opposite  hotel overlooking  Pendei  II.u-  boul. $28,000 OBO 885-9778  #27sr  Foi sale by owner ft acie lol on  Gibsons Blult. lantaslic view1 Fully serviced, top access, to view  call 886-8757. #24si  South Fletcher spacious hillside  split level bay view home, central  Gibsons. 3 bdrm.. 2 bath, huge  lamily room, sell-contained  levenue suile. newly carpeted  and decorated, lor sale by owner.  $133,000 886-8815 or  6834971 #23  Lot 16. Creekside subdivision on  mounlainview drive in Gibsons  Large lot on Park ravine side.  $29,500 886-8698. ��*24sr  5 acre corner lot close lo  Langdale Ferry. Price $73,000  886-9049 (ownei).  #26s  By owner, serviced level lot.  70x150'. Gale Rd.. West Porpoise Bay. Sechelt. $22,500  885-3437. #23s  5 acies ALR. view, hydro, merchantable limber. Roberls Creek.  $95.000.886-3422 #23s  Lol 100 x250' Southwood Rd .  close lo school. 885-9323.  #24s  Cleared lol on cul-de-sac. Field  Rd. area, potenlial view, services  available. $22,900 885-5861  #24sr  Beautilul Ireed lol in Creekside  Fully serviced. Backs onto ravine.  privale sale. 1-630-6207.   #24sr  Lol for sale by owner, cleared,  serviced, close to school. Grand-  view Heights. Gibsons. $35,000  886-3591. #25sr  Cozy ranfjtier. 11 years old. 1200  sq. II.. 3 bdrm.. immaculate condition. $75,000. Powell River.  485-6941 #25sr  Owner's custom W/F home.  Hallmoon Bay. $375,000 cash  lirm, 885-5072 eves. #23  BY OWNER 3 bdrm . view. 4  acres. Madeira Park. 883-9140  eves. #23  For sale by owner. 3 bdrm��� 2  balh Langdale home, partly  linished, lull basement, wonder-  lui view, close to school and  terry. $128,000. 886-7949.  683-6095 #24  View lot in Sandy Hook, easy to  build on. $28,000. 493-6866.  493-0772 #25ss  Size 200x268 could be 4 duplex  lots or possibly multi-lamily ol-  fered lor sale al $150,000. Call  Oes at 886-2497 The Argosy  Group 920-2211        ��� #25  By owner, charming and immaculate 3 bdrm.. IV; bath,  large detached workshop,  spacious corner lot wilh Iruit  Irees. partial water view. 7755  Redioolls Rd.. $113,000.  886-881501683-4971.       #23  Obituaries  HIRD - Olive Mercy, age 87 passed away Tuesday. May 29.1990  in Richmond General Hospital.  She will be missed and fondly  remembered by all her lamily and  Iriends. Survived by her loving  lamily, son Ted & wile Lorna, Reg  8e wile Giselle of Edmonton, six  grandchildren, fourteen great  grandchildren. Predeceased by  her husband Victor in 1988.  Funeral service was held Friday,  June 1. 2 pm at St. Simon's  Anglican Church. Deep Cove.  Burial was al Forest Lawn  Memorial Park. Rev. Ed Hird, ot-  liciating. In lieu of flowers, donations to B.C. Cancer Society or  charily of choice would be appreciated. #23  NETZLAW. Phillip Ritchie passed  away suddenly on May 26. 1990  al Ihe age of 28 years. He is survived by his wife Robyn and  daughter Chelsea; also by his  parents Jerry and Diana Netzlaw;  Iwo brothers Douglas and family.  James and family; one sister Saudi, i Netzlaw: also many Iriends  and family. Services were held  June 2.1990. #23  ^  COLLINS; passed away May 26.  1990. Florence Collins, late ot  Sechell. age 74 years Survived  by her loving husband Tom: one  daughter Lois and husband Brian  Ward. Nanlon. Alberta: one son  Tim, Toronto: lour grandchildren:  Iwo great-grandchildren: Iwo  sisters. Helen Green. Vancouver.  Margaret Tallon. Bow Island.  Alberta: many nieces and  nephews. Service was held  Thursday. May 31 in St Hilda's  Anglican Church, Sechelt,  Reverend June Maltin ollicialed.  Cremalion. Devlin Funeral Home,  directors Remembrance dona-  lions may be made to the Cancer  Society or Ihe Boy Scouts.    #23  SHEPHERD: passed away May  29. 1990. Brian James  Christopher Shepherd, beloved  infant son ol Chris and Barbara  Shepherd and brother ol Matthew. Also survived by his grandparents John and Helen Downing,  aunls. uncles, and cousins.  Funeral service Monday. June 4  al 2 pm in St. Andrew's Church.  Madeira Park. Intermenl Forest  View Cemetery. Devlin Funeral  Home, directors. #23  The Beat Deal AtowtdJ  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  *$  *:  I  ���*  4  A A (minimum) lor 10 words  25'  each additional word  Lem fi Found FREEH  "SweSet  CLASSIFIEDS  \n  Pa\i /or 2 weeds, gel the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be       .  PRE-PAID before insertion.  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted    ���  8 J 5OO  SI 00  up to 10 words  each additional word  Yum .lei, le',,l,i,i,i,| 1 ele'iii only, will rem 4 con  SeCUtlVU ei'e'e'ks. Illt'll well be cancelled ueile-ss  vein Inilrucl 11s in renew ,1 BY NOON  SATURDAY. INe.i available lo commercial  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  Cruice Lane. Gibsons   886*2622  FAX: 886-7725  Available for public use  Pender Harbour Office  FRIDAY 4:30 pm  Thank >ou   II   Announcements  We wish to thank the RC  Legion. Andy's Restaurant & all  the businesses and individuals  who contributed in many ways, to  help make our Peewee Portland  trip a reality. (It success is  measured in sportsmanship and  spirit Ihey were winners.  S.C Minor Hockey #23  We wish lo warmly thank  eveiyone who organized. washed  cais and who had their cars  washed at the Pro-Lite Car Wash  on Sal, May 26 in Sechelt. Your  contribution helped lo make Ihe  day a success God bless you.  Sunshine Coasl Pro-Lite.      #23  Thank you lor your sympathy and  condolences at ou, bereavement  over the loss ol my husband and  our lather, James A. Rodgers.  Wilma (Billiel Rodgers  and lamily. #23  Personal  Are you in an unhappy relationship? Call the Transition House  lor Iree confidential counselling.  185-2944. TFN  Do you need some inlormation lo  deal with your legal problem? Call  Ihe Legil Information Service  885-5881; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Have 3 tickets worth approx.  $600 in refunds for VIA train.  Must be used before June 18.  Anywhere across Canada. One  male, one lemale, one child can  be lised in conjunction with cash.  For example f licket has 100%  refund one way, 50% return.  Well sell for $300. Call 885-9209.  TFNS  Single female, new in area, do  you like country/western, early  50s. 60s music? Love lo dance?  Need a partner? Enjoy nature and  animals? II you're fairly tall, between 35-45 years ot age I'd like  to hear Irom you. Object - friendship & laughter. Please reply to  Box 414. c/o Coasl News, Box  68, Sechelt. BC VON 3A0.    #23  RONIN RESOURCES  Workshops.   Seminars   &  materials lor personal & professional grdwth. 886-3546 (day)  886'8376 (nights) #23  CUTS, COLOURS, CURLS  For Ihe whole lamily in your  home. Spoil yourself ��� you're  worth it! Call Paulette 886-8633  Mobile Unisex Hairstyling.    #27  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLED  Eleanor-Mae 885-9018       #27  We have the capacity to change  Ihe direction ol our lives. Success  is never an accident. RONIN  RESOURCES 866-3546 (day),  886-8376 (evenings). #25  Okanagan larm apples by Ihe 20  Ib. box. 35 cents per lb 4  varieties, lop quality. 885-2938  leave message. #24  The 'Programme Cadre de Francais' is ottered in your school  district. II you want quality  education in trench lor your francophone child(ren) trom kindergarten lo giade seven, don't  hesitale. register then NOW at  Sechelt Elementary School or  phone Francine Desjardins al  885-9539 #25  Mikhaila Alonah will be here taking appointments June 8 to 11  Call June 8 885 5115        #23  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-7272, 886-2954  TFN  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885-7484. Al-Aleen  886-2565. TFN  8        Weddings  8. Lngagements  Terry and Marie Connor are  pleased lo announce Ihe engagement ol Eileen lo Kevin Svensrud.  son of June Vanderwelle ol  Grande Forks, lather Kenneth  Svensrud ol 100 Mile House.  Wedding Augusl 18. 1990 in  Vancouver. #23  2 children's lilejackels between  Davis Bay and Hallmoon Bay.  885-7750. #23  Lost ��� Flullymut/Silver. grey cal  who loses his lur in Spring. Also  grey and while Tom cal.  885-2819 #23  Vincent - 1 yr, old, sleek labby  male, lawn coloured belly, lost  between Henry Rd. & trailer  court. 886-4911 alter 5        #23  While FG dinghy. Bit. Sportcrall.  Finder please call 883-9169. #23  Set of keys in Iron! of Sechell  posl oflice Pick-up at Coast  News oflice. Sechell. #23  Exlremely large black male cat.  likes lood. 13146 Narrows Rd..  Pender Harbour. 883-9544   #24  Superstore customer service  card. Call 886-9269. Found in  Gibsons.  #23  CareCard   in   Roberts   Creek.  Please call Coast News. Gibsons.  #23  Announcements  8. Livestock  Elderly gent wishes to contacl  lady in her sixlies with sense of  humour, non-smoker, able lo  drive, lor companionship 81  travel. Box 416, Coast News. Box  68. Sechelt. #23  SCEC General Meeting, Thursday, June 7th. 7:30 pm. Roberts  Creek Comm. Use Room. Video  night alter the meeting. Visitors  welcome. #23  Phone us today about our selection  ol  beautilul personalized  wedding  Invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannies Gifts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Adull children ol Alcoholics or  (tislunctional (amities please call  885-5281 or 886-8165 lor help.  TFN  HEBIRTHINB - Circular breathing  to move beyond emotional blocks.  REIKI - Enhancing Ihe body's  How ol natural lite energy. Sessions avail. MichMl Himer  886-7589. #24  Looking lor SHAKLEE Products?  Nutritional supplements,  biodegradable cleaners, personal  care products. Call Dale  886-3805, Mavis 885-7464. #25  Tax a Accounling Service  A.J. (Jim) Wallace  886-4823  #23  Fire Fund donations lor Juan &  Shirley Burton can be made lo Ihe  Royal Banks or Seaview Market  by June 16. #23  .!  EX"  Bright. Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pet Foods  886-8568  BREAKING & TRAINING CLINIC  We have five 3 & 4 year old Halter  Broke horses. Each student will  have his own horse to work lor  live evenings. June 11-15th, 7-9  pm {125. Instructor Ted Bowe.  Phone 886-2753 #24  SPCA Adoption  Young cats and adorable kittens  886-7313. #23  Want to improve the quality of  your lap waler? II you do we have  a pure and simple answer - Ihe  Amway Water Treatment System.  Effectively removes more than  400 EPA priority pollutants. For  inlormation or a demonstration  call 885-7144. #28  Are you wishing lo lose weight?  and seeking imp? f�� I"1���"  lion about the 3 C's call Pal  886-7159.      ��3  Sunrider Herbal Products, local  distributor. eSarb 886-5444.  #24  PET FOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS.  TECHNICAL. NUTRO-MAX.  PURINA, WAYNE.  Also lull line ol bird seed  And much more.  Quality Farm 6 Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYINB PROGRAM  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699   Highway   101.   Gibsons.  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  Kerry blue Terrier, male pup,  $550. health, temperment  guaranteed. 886-2505.     #24sr  Reg. American quarter horse, 11  yr. old. Bay Gelding, exc. beginners horse, road sale and very  gentle, $1500. Chris 886-3093.  #24sr  Free to good home: 4 yr. old  Basselt/Corgl. spayed lem.. gd.  watchdog, loves kids, needs permanent home with yard.  886-9575 days. #23  Kerry spayed tern, to gd. home,  no charge. 886-2505. #23  1 re,ts  8. livestock  Gala is looking lor a good home.  She's a 1 yr. old. spayed black  Lab X Inlo 886-4947 #23  Fiee Lab cioss. spayed. 9 months old. 886-8611 #23  Help reduce the pel overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pet. TFN  CATTLE: 2 cows wilh calves. 1  bull. Prefer lo sell as herd,  $3500 886-9410. #23  Free kittens to good homes, cute,  ready to go 885-3435.       .#25  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  ; Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  9-piece set maple Gretsch studio  recording drums, sacrifice at  $2500.886-4599. #23ss  In good condition - a swing set &  a gas powered weed eater.  886-9026.  #23  Interested in buying small  acreage, one-10 acres. Gibsons/  Sechelt. Please write lo J.  Schneider. Comp. 23, Site 6.  SS1. Houston. BCV0J1Z0.  #24  Singers for barbershop group.  Call Nikki. 885-9091. #23  14-16'canoe. 886-2429.     #23  55 overweight people lo lose 10  -25 lbs./mo. We'll pay you lor  good results. Call 1-978-3008 toll  free lor a recorded message that  could change your life.        #25  40 gal. glass lined hot waler  lank, 11 yrs. no leaks, also 3'  umbrella plant. 885-3308.    #23  5-6 wks old kittens 886-8912.  #23  Garage Sales  Yard sale Sat. June 9,10-4 pm.  6500 Lynwood Court. #23  Two lamlly garage sale, 782  Creekside Cres. June 9th. 9-12  noon. Crib, baby clothes, toys  and lots of olher treasures. No  early birds please. #23  10-2 pm. 597 Seaview Rd.. Sal.  June 9th. toys etc. #23  Useful!   Fancy!   Antique!   736  Highway  101  beside bowling  alley. Sat.. June 2, 11am-2pm.  #24  Amazing Oarage Sale  Items seldom seen by the eyes ol  mankind. No lime too early. Sat..  June 9 & Sun.. June 10 Emery  Rd , Rbls. Ck. Follow signs.  #23  Huge Community Garage Sale  Collectibles, kitchen goods,  something for everyone. Don't  miss this one! Sat., June 9 at  10am lo 2pm (absolutely no early  birds) Rain or shine, 5471 Secret  Cove Rd. (Secret Cove condos).  #23  Sal., June 9, 10-2, household  items, 5926 Sandy Hook Rd.  #23  Yard sale Sun., June 10. 10-2.  chairs, hide-a-bed. womens'  18-22 clothes (park ft blk. W. ol  sale, down Maskell Rd.) 2363  Hwy. 101. #23  Two pack rats are having a  garage sale. Sun., June 10, 10  am'III 3 pm, 841 O'Shea Rd. #23  Moving: June 9/10, quality furniture, appliances, chainsaw, log  splitter, Farmall tractor, 10-2 pm,  early birds welcome. 5576  Nickerson, 885-5272, #23  June 9.10 am, 2775 Lower Rd.,  Roberts Creek, moving sale,  everything must go. #23  Large neighbourhood sale, Sat.,  June 9, 10am-4pm, Mission  Road, Davis Bay. /a  Barter S.  Trade  Huge ravine lot In Creekside on  Mtn. View Drive, fully serviced.  $30,000 886-8698 or 583-3234.  IMsr  Finders  r Collectibles  Behind Hie Chewrati  at the Sunnycrest Mat  jjMMI  TI S SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil mixed-Hog Fuel  By the yard or Iruck lull. Top  quality products al reasonable  prices. You pickup or we deliver.  Phone anytime 885-5669.    TFN  Inglis aulo. washer, exc. cond..  guaranteed & delivered. $325.  883-2648. TFN  IBM compatable computer w/30  meg hard drive, keyboard and  amber monitor, brand new, just  $1199, 886-8356 days or eves.  #24sr  7 11. burl coffee table, beautilul  883-9110. #24sr  Merit woodstove wilh oven and  warming oven. $500. 883-2396.  #23sr  Maytag washer & dryer - moving,  musl sell, $40O/pr��� exc. cond.  886-8352 #23  Plywood cuttings, various sizes.  886-2664 or 886-7159 alter  7pm. #23  Moving Sale - Sears gas chain-  saw Craftsman Pro. 3.4/16",  $250 extras incl.: size 11 black  Dayton-style boots, as new, $50;  size 10 custom made suede  cowboy boots, new $200. sell lor  $100; remote control Goldstar  20" colour TV w/builtin VHS  video cass. recorder, almost  new, $500; heavyduty fixed incline bench, $50; Norco 'Bush  Pilot' men's 23" 18 sp., black  min. bike, exc. cond.. $300;  men's size X-large black leather  jacket, as new. $100. Call  886-2482. #23  Speed Queen reconditioned  dryer, $125; H/D Kenmore dryer,  $175. 885-4529 after 6 pm.  #24ss  SHAKES 18" lapersawn and 18"  barn. Evenings 883-2250.    #23  ENTRY DOORS  Solid cedar or lir, 6 panel, $180,  5 only. Timothy Clement Cabinet  Maker, 886-6218. #23  9'xl2' decorator rug. $100.  886-2742. #24  Firewood, dry alder, any length,  delivered. $100/cord. ,885-7166  mornings ��� evenings. #24  YES  We're Open  Sundays  Davis Biy New  & Used Silts  Save $$ on  y Furniture, Appliances y  E Tools. Antiques. ,  I Collectibles '  I $$ WE PAY CASH $$ *  I FOR GOOD STOCK '  885-4548 \  In Davis eBay  12' fiberglass boal $250, Chev  small block marine, other boal  part, "A" Irame Iravel Irailer  $1,300, cross bow $300,  fiberglass Iravel Irailer; 18'  mahogany yellow cedar l/g over  wood $1,800.886-8251.     #24  Matching couch/loveseal $300  OBO; 8x12' area rug - blue/rose  $200 OBO; Ikea laundry basket  $25.886-8929. #23  Local hay, good tor livestock,  $3.75/bale. 885-9206 alter 6  pm. #24  Glass  sliding  doors  bathtub  enclosure $120.886-9181.  #24  Copylron, Minolta EP310, $250  OBO. 885-2618. #25  toil burning cookstove with oven,  notwater jacket and oil tank,  $250 OBO. 885-3506. #23  Slant FIN 200,000 BTU oil-fired  hot water boiler. New, never used, $900.883-2669.        #28��s  Screened or unscreened soil,  bark mulch and mushroom  manure. M5-5627. #25  For parts, '80 Dodge Aspen,  $200 OBO; 77 Hornet needs  engine, $100; 351 Ford engine,  $50 OBO; rowboat wilh outboard,  $275; Iwbby cams 14', $100;  steam* trunk, $50; antique  Singer saw. mach., $100,  888-2987. #23  ��� *�� -*3S* "-V-"**'"  ^mLm^Jm^^Jk mm* U-Jut matamtjiL trntm  -"-*-***-*-*��-^fyra  e^-*-���"****-; -J; ;;  ;P.r.��w:,>.-ll*Z'>'''-\-  ummummmmmmm1ammmmml Coast News, June 4,1990  23.  **i5%/  HOT  SMOKED SALMON  Approx. I ft lbs. per bag  *841 per Ib.  APPA SEAFOOD LTD.  1177 Field Rd., Sechelt  between 9:00 & 4:00  16' Holiday trailer & 1976  Cherokee Jeep wagon in gd.  cond., Irailer has stove. Iridge,  turn poilapolly in bathroom.  New 8x12' spring loaded awning  on side and smaller awning on  rear. New tires. Jeep includes 40  channel CB, 4WD. selling lor  $4750 for whole unit or will sell  separate. Will arrive Irom  Nanaimo June 15 with unit. II interested call Marcy at 754-2597  or call 886-3737 daytime and Iv.  mess. #23  Sofa/chair, Colonial style, gray/  beige. $750; teak TV stand, $90.  886-8091. #23  A Real Apple HE. printer, monitor  & 2 diskdrives 8, all the software  you will ever need. $1750 OBO.  886-2408. #25  Chesterfield, chair, brown; twin  china cabinets, sliding glass  doors in top section; chrome  table, 6 chairs, gray, 2 ext.  leaves; 48" bed spring wilh coil  spring mattress. 885-9966,  885-4155. #25  Mixed 16" lengths, small pickup  load. $30. Davis Bay-Sechell  area. 885-7206. #23  Bedroom suite, exc. cond.. $300.  886-9743. #25  Heavy duty rololiller. $275; 26"  Zenith TV, $490; 9x12 Chinese  carpet. $1950; antique oak/  leather chairs, $400: Folk harp,  $500; 1987 Reliant. 2 dr./std.,  35,000 kms., $6300; 2 bdrm.  Beach Ave.. $110,000.  885-4800. #25  Baycrest iron stove with hot water  tank and accessories, clean,  perfect working order. $350.  886-8365. #25  Will buy non-working or used major appliances 885-7897.     #25  3 burner propane camper stove,  cooler, stainless sleel, sink, cupboards, good lor camper or boat,  $100 lor everything. Moffat  dishwasher $100. 885-2418  eves. #24  Colour T.V. G.W.O. 20" with  cable converter $150. 885-1901  alter 6 pm. #25  Pair cockaliels with cage $50.  Futon frame. $45. Hand electric/  stone-concrete drill $150. Natural  gas H/W tank $95. Acorn  fireplace with ins. pipe $60.  Pitney-Bowes copier $125.3 new  GE. radios VHF 2 ch. base,  mobile, portable $25 - trade?  Large leed grinder $125. Esso  H/W heater $300. 886-7311  #23  AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTS A  COMMUNICATIONS  Turn and slip, rale ot climb,  pressure altimeter, air speed,  direction gyro $60 to $95; D950  headsets; TC200 intercom; push  to talk Terra TPX. 720 VHF portable transceiver at Gibsons Curling Club Flea Market. Sunday.  June 10th. #23  Small chrome lable and chairs  $75. antique wing back chair  $350. dresser $40. 886-2272.  #23  Duality Reconditioned Appliances  G.E. 15 cu. ft. white 2 dr. frost-  free fridge $389. Admiral duplex  3 dr. Irostfree with Ice water  dispenser, ice-maker, new  $2450. now $867. Frigidaire Elite  30" stove with solid elements,  combine air convention oven, as  new $849. Inglis Normandie 5  cycle 2-spd washer $359. Speed  Oueen heavy duty drier, $269  and much more. Corner cupboard. 885-4434, Bjorn,  885-7897. #25  R&G  NEW & USED  Ws Buy, Sill  886-8015  Seaview Place  Next to Blue Wave Cab.  New Sunbeam BBQ 3 burners  deluxe $275; all new ceiling Ian  36" white $55. Seiko gold man's  watch $200. Polaroid Impulse  camera $50.886-4692.       #23  Grainmill $45; meat grinder $35;  hedge cutter $50 and planer $75.  886-2657. #25  Apt. size dryer 110 volt $125; 2  pr. drapes 174"x80" & one  traverse rod. One rocker chair  pad set. All in good condition.  885-7604 #25  10' Satelite Dish and Video  Cipher II near new. $2500.  886-7338 #25  Wedding and engagement rings  tor ft appraised value.  886-7819. #24sr  Complete kitchen cabinets & appliances (apt. size). 886-2924  alt. 6 pm. #26sr  Fischer baby bear wood stove.  $150,883-9110. #26sr  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  Modern 30"x58" solid oak executive desk & tilter chair, $650.  885-9665. #24sr  TO-spd. lire engine red bike, exc.  cond.. girls model, Linda  686-8545. #23  Girl's single bed w/drwrs.  bookcase, headboard. 6 drwr.  dresser & mirror, $350.  886-8545. #23  Newly overhauled TV's. 1-26"  RCA, $189 OBO; 1-20" Elec-  trohome. $169; Moffat Fiesta 14  cu. ft. (ridge, almond, Irosf Iree.  $389 OBO. 865-7897. #23  Large Ireezer, gd. cond., $275  OBO. 883-9312. #23  Kitchen table/chairs. $125: china  cabinet, $50; baby dresser. $25;  .small bookcase, $10; misc.  lamps. 885-2777 aft. 6 pm.  #23  FIREWOOD  Mixed firewood, $80 a cord.  886-3310.886-9674. #23  Girl's Norco 12 sp. bike, excellent condition. $100; handmade dollhouse with accessories,  $50; bi-fold doors, $20; door  w/trame. $10.885-7105.    #24  Fridge and stove, exc. cond..  $650 OBO for both. 883-2116.  #24  Small fridge/freezer, Danby Inglis, like new. $275. 885-4151.  885-7950. #25ss  Aulo. AM/FM cassette, graphic  equalizer, hi-comp speakers.  $275,885-4151,885-7950,  #25ss  Bobcat 642. exc. cond.. $8750  OBO. PHone 886-7799.       #24  Model FE-2 Yamaha Eleclone  organ. $3500; Fender Gemini 2  guitar, $175 OBO. 883-2239. ��4  8' satellite dish, includes electrical equipment, $550. Call  weekends only 885-5100.    #24  Husky chainsaw, 40" bar/28"  bar, new chain, greal firewood or  shake block saw, $395.  885-7177days885-7874. #24sr  All steel bush box lor S.W B  truck, $700 OBO. 886-2198.  #25sr  IBM clone 640K. 40 mgb, hd.  built-in modem, keyboard,  monochrome monitor, MS-DOS  asst'd software, $1200 OBO  883-2284  #24s  Clearance 4x4's, 8' and 12'  lengths. 885-3529. #23  Washer and dryer, $350 pair,  Kenmore, good cond. 885-3415.  #23  Complete domestic oil-fired hoi  water boiler, 200 gal. oil tank,  383 car engine, very cheap.  885-9754. #23  I 8a. Heavv  Equipment  3-axle equipment trailer, 6-7 ton  capacity. $2500 OBO. Lyle  Forbes, 883-9907. #24  1981 580C Case backhoe, 4-m-1  bucket, extend-a-hoe. 2 buckels.  12" & 24", good cond.  883-2747. #23  1966 Ford Van. lair cond.. $450  OBO. 886-7444. #25ss  75 Ford Torino 2 dr. coupe.  65.000 orig. miles. $1950.  885-7703. #24  1980 Ford F250 4X4 run. cond.,  or for parts. $800 OBO. Dan  886-8036. #24  1985 Nissan Micra. 52,000  kms.. auto, trans.. AM/FM  cass,$4500.886-7217.  #25ss  '80  Pontiac   Laurentian,   exc.  cond., $3500 OBO. 886-2340.  #25  CASH PAW  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abu Used Aim Parts  and Tewing  116-21120  TFN  '77 Volkswagen Van lor parts.  886-3331 #24sr  1973 Mustang Legrande, 302  auto., gd. rubber, solid body.  $1400.885-2207. #24sr  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains seats, needs work,  parts. 885-2207. #25sr  '74 Ford Van Econoline 200, runs  well. $650 OBO. 886-4917.  #25sr  1986 Dodge Caravan, luxury  model, exc. cond. $11,000 OBO.  885-3344. #24  1987 Full size Jimmy. 4-spd..  auto.. 0/D, locking hubs, very  clean, offers to $15,900.  885-5506 #23  1980 Ford 250 4x4. 6 cyl. standard, steel construclion box,  $5000 886-3921 eves.     #24sr  1986 Ford Tempo-L. $5900.  883-2906. #25sr  '76 Camaro. 350 auto, 4 barrel,  dual exhaust, new rubber &  brakes, am/lm cassette, goes  good, $1000 OBO. 886-8428.  #25sr  '74 Cutlass Supreme HT, P/B,  P/S, $485.885-3585.       #25s  72 Volva SW. dependable,  strong, well main!., extras.  886-2457. #24  1979 customized Bronco frontend  damage, $3000. Ask for Brian  883-2425. #25  1975 Ford cabover 5 ton Reefer,  all gas., gd. shape. $10,000.  925-2378. #26ss  79 Chevy Monza hatchback. 2  dr.. reliable, good little car.  686-9090. #23  1969 Dodge Monaco sedan V8  motor, molor and body in gd.  cond., $595. Phone 886-2350.  #23  1974 Ford Capri, runs well, $550  OBC. 886-8578. #25  1977 Pontiac Grand Salari in exc.  cond.. $2500.886-7323.     #25  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  Kf\ im    These Ads appeaHn the more than 90 Newspapers ot the B C and Yukon Community <  Newspapers Association and leach more lhan 1.400.000 homes and a potential two million readers.  S165 for 25 words S3.15 per additional word       Call the Coast News at 885*3930  AUTOMOTIVE  Active Auto Brokers, disposal  ���gent lor Active BaiHtl Seivtoea.  ftoepossessions, estate, legale,  ears, trucks, motorhomes, boats.  Cal Mr. Prioe (only), (604)434-  1819. DS476.  TRUCKS FOR SALE. SS-454  Chev Pickup - New 1880 ccxtedor  edition. Hard to find, must selll  Cal 644-7131 ex 545-572S.  Cemetery Markers by European  Craftsman. Manufacturing stone,  granite, marble memorials,  plaques, urns. Fireplaces,  oounlertope. Tradeeman'eeUonu-  menls, 10354 Jacobean Street,  Mission. V2V4H9. 826-9114;  Fax 8264833.   Lowest prion  Volvo and Suzuki: For your best  deal call Abbotsford Imports 1-  859-2813. We deliver anywhere  In British Columbia. Collect calls  accepted. DL 7922.  BWLWNO SUPPLES  GRADUATE to a great future,  HOSPITALITY EMPLOYMENT  TRAINING. 12 wll, F/T: start.  Sept 1 (VQO. Apply now. Student  loans. 738-3155. Diixulle Culinary Academy. Toll-free 1-800-  667-r"  FREE booklet. Concrete or  wood lor your baoemert" Brian  yeju decide get Ihe facte. Cal  FOUNDATION FOCUS 1-800-  eSeS3-7774,8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.  PDT.M-F.  BUSINESS OPPOBTUNmES  Invest $12,000 in a high end deck  wateiproollng dealership lex Ihis  area. Top quality product line allows lor above average return on  kivtalment. 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Established busineaa plus last  toodeeivlce. 1.37 acre*. TCH  exposure In recreation area. 1/4  nwsliade. Ideal lamely buakiaea.  1225,000.    832-3177,  BUSINESS PERSONALS  EDUCATION  7-7288.  Plan Your Own Successlul Smal  Business. We otter an 8 month  SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. Applynowlor  September.   Contact our IAN-  nARACAUPUS 324-S448  EOiHPMENT A MACHINERY  DIESEL ENGINES. 4, 6, 10  Iwraeepower, Including spare  parts. 7 KW DIESEL GEN/SET.  3/4 horsepower ELECTRIC MOTOR. Wholesale prlcee. Aak-  merlca Coiporatlon, 669 teach  Drive, Victoria. V8S 2MB.  (604)5*66683.    FOaSALEUetC  Lighting llxturea. Western Can-  ���eiat largest djteotay. Wlnleeaje  andrelail. Free catalogue available Nexbum Lighting Centre,  4600 EeiatHastlngeSI., Bunaby.  B.C..V5C2K5. Phone: (604)2aaV  LOVE NEST. "ORDER BY  MAIL". -Lover* Toys, Sexy  NeoveMee. -14 color catalogue.  Low Nest. 161 Eaat lal SI.. North  Vancouver, B.C., V7L IK.  (604)067-1175. Seed* ad every  otherweek.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  ORDER YOUR TOVE STUFF"  BYMAet FROMOURNEWLOV-  ERS LANE CATALOGUEI  Yrfre aeaured privacy and security from our eoteWlelied sforel  Check uaoulln the BBBN HOME  8HOPPttMtlBESTSELKTIONI  GREAT SERVICEI IB/catalogue:  LOVERS LANE BOUTIQUE,  1074 SHOPPERS ROW,  CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C., V9W  2C6. PHONE:(604)2e6-1010.  elUNKET CLASSinED  ���     AM  Reach more than 1.5 minion  readerslorlusl $165.00.  Anadmrtkmx'BaelBuyl  .Surrey, B.C. Jure 12, Richie  Bra. Auctioneer* an seeYeng 80  used fexklfta lo Mgheal eWder.  Rough terrain, pneumatic, eoM  "  l, Se*e*eMNQOM., QM, rjeool,  ATTENTION WINE A BEER  maken. WINEARTInvHeayoulo  oal now lor your ml order Into, or  catalogue. Ordereewer$e50,we1  pay postage. 1400416.36362. In  Ihe Yukon ploaM cal: 731 -4739.  ron SALE IMC  "Worid'e Gnalent Gourmet Cma-  ear Salad*. Suepriee yourart and  Iriends. Recfco $4.96. W.Yooe,  e9ox 275, Sumy, B.C. VST 4VV8.  Yexiwainotbedlsaexjolnted/one  insertion only.  GARDENING  THE ULTIMATE GARDENERS  STORE, 1,000'a ot products,  greenhouses, hydroponics, huge  tnok selection. $4 lor catalogs  lui ol money saving oaupona.  Western Water Farm, #103,  20120-64IH Ave., Langley, B.C.,  V3A4F7.  HEALTH  VITAMIN DISCOUNTS. Since  1073, ottering high qualy-loweat  prlcee on Vitamins, Minerals,  Heiba, Body Building and Weight  Lose, Suppleinenta, Hair Treatment, Skin Care and More. FREE  CATALOGUE. Write: VITAMIN  DISCOUNTS, Dept.BCtS, 260  S.W. Marine Drive, Vancouver,  B.C..V5X2R5.1400-6634747.  In Vancouver, 321-7000.  HELPWANTED  Train to manage an Apartment/  Condominium complex. Tit*  oovemmenl licensed hemojeudy  certllcalion includes free place-  meniassistance. Freebrodiure:  (604)681-5456. Or: RMTI, 1120-  76BW. Pender, Vanoouver.B.C,  V6C1H2.  HOUSEWIVES, Mothen and in-  MfMNCl ptftQfM MMM IMMflr  ately to ealtoya and glta for National Home Party Plan. Noin-  veetmem, deliveries or money  cotedlon. Cal (519)258-7905.  OFFICE CLERK REQUIRED lor  Ford dealership In Upper Fraser  Valley. Dealership experience  preferred. Apply In writing wtti  reeume to: Box D-68, c/o The  Chilliwack Progreea, 48860  Spadira Avenue, ChHUweK*.  B.C..V2P6H9.  OvenaaapoeMone. HevaMeei  lo|>payingpoailioena. Aloccesaa-  dona. Attractive benefits. Free  ���Male: Oversee. Employment  Servkxn, Dap). ejA, Box 460,  Mount Royal, Quote, H3P  3C7.  Physlodieiaplet required lor Diagnostic and Treatment Cenlre.  feme inert otaTinttr In the Itiavj-  BueWey-Valey. FuMmep  Busy laat-tood reaiaurart with  baawy. Ousel equipped. Conleo-  tlonoven. OntybHiwareelaiinnl  InaunnyLMoegeM. For lui detalla  oonlact (604)25*4734. Alter  6:00 p.m. (604)256-7620.  ���Wiejslong txedeing traceka. Over  3500 eonga on BASF chrome  caeeettea. Writs lor a tree catalogue. MayWrMualc: #200-  2600JohnSt. Mautdam.Ontario,  L3R2W4.  6,1900. Wagee aooordlng lo  H.S.A. otmtttm agreewmeM.  Conlad:H.Whlle,A*ilnlelralor:  eHeaustmHesaaTiCierdn; Box 536.  Houelon,B.C.VOJ1ZO. Phone:  645-22��4orFax:64S-2006  filly Experievnoed laphoMeren  urgeretly needed. Peimanert Ful  and Part-time mfcfels. Top  wages (abeam B.C. on the  beMueUii sunshine ooul. W.W  Upholelery and Boal Tope, an-  EdSor resquirad lor fee Jasper  Booaler. Minimum two ywnex-  peetencepreleiml. Send reeume  wlh salary expectations lo: Jaa>  ^EB��*r.B��940,J^,AB.  HeSLP WANTED  WANTED: Overweight people to  lose up to 25 fee. In 30 day* and  earn extra $$$. 100% guaranteed. 100%natural. ToHiwBC.  1-0784019.  Make your dream oome true.  Hauling on die highway. Wehave  the Iruck end the job lor you.  Phone Run; days, 3764204;  evenings, 3764306.  WANTED: 86 overweight people  to lose 10-29 be. in 30 days on  Mwdiotdlakperograffl. Medically  A nutritionally apfxoved. Call  Faith 1-978-30M tod-free.  RESIDENTIAL eMANAGER-Oka-  nagan. A Reeldential Manager le  required to supervise 4 Mentally  Handicapped Adulte In a multi-  handicapped residential home.  R.annn^Be..  supervision and training, budget  admlnlstralkxi, program deveeVjp-  menl, and direct care lor multi-  handicapped clients. This position provides benelita and wll  sppealtothoee presently earning  24,000 per year. Please reply In  complele confidence lo: Mo. Mttfdl  Balh: Manager ol Residence,  A.EAM.H.. Box 94. Armstrong,  B.C.. V0E1 BO. 5464005.  Reel house manager - Held area.  An eaatafehed national company  provkUng commercial leeoxig end  acxxxnrnodalion aervloee. We  require a manager wilh minimum  " yeare experience In lood ooal-  Ing, cash and inventory controlo,  stall eachedutng, menu planning,  and strong management skllle.  We emu art etemmttt salaiy ttmdjr  age plus an attractive tienefH program and the opportunely lor ad-  WKernenl. Sellable lex sconce.  Al reepllee In etrid conlidence.  Subml your reeume - salary expectations to The Credl Realty  Corp. Ltd., Hallmaik Hotels Lid,  RoMimnl Inveslmenl Cop., 46  Charles Sleel East, 3rd Floor,  Toronto, Ontario, M4Y1S2. Telephone 1(416)964-9191.   McEwan GM (Terrace) need*  loumoyman automotive mechanic  pkie wheel eakjnmenl lechnidan.  Journeyman rale la $18.30 p/h.  Phone 635-4941 torapepoinlnwnt  <or mal reeume to: .Service Man-  ager, McEwan Motors, Box 940,  T.snaoe,B.C.V8G4R2.  JaoVN JM Daycare, Box 371,  Ashcrdt, B.C., requkes thee* III  waters wlh E.C.E. certiflceM.  Special need or under 3 Iralnlng  anaaeet. Reeume required.  RepreMntalives Wenled. Earn  extra money allowing tastelul,  qua*y, allordable undercover-  wear. Llngerie/Loungewear  through home parllee. Featured  on Donahue. Work luleVpari lime.  eSq egwnjpe 1-4624219.  MBCEUANEOUS  CUDDLES WATERPROOF DIAPERS. eSIgN layer cotton diapK  ��*ha<��aleip<ixi(stiell A custom  llwlhMualalxevetaoiiibs Cal  CUDDLES hotline TOLL-FREE:  14904664631.  PERSONALS  HmylTth Male Adoplee, June  tin. Vanoouvar. BMh mil*  RM.H. Paternal arandmolher  ���AahMOOenlaclwe��adoptlvapw.  arte. CARA (904)2774258.  PERSONALS  LOSE WEIGHT. WE NEED 40  OVERWEIGHT PERSONS TO  LOSE 10-2MJM. IN THE NEXT  10 DAYS WITH THE BRAND  NEW ICABALIFE DISC PROGRAM. TOTALLY NATURAL.  DOCTOR RECOMMENDED.  GUARANTEED SATISFACTION. EARN ttl WHILE YOU  LOSE. 1-978-3059 TOLL FREE.  PETS A LIVESTOCK  1 Belgian Team. 8yearadd,liar-  neeaandnggkig. Logging horeee.  Caleveninge25eS-4550.  LLAMAS FOR SALE - (Legacy  Classic Sale III). 60 llamas being  sold al auction on June 9,1990 In  FM Deer, Aberta. Cat (403)346-  3148 lor defalk.  REAL ESTATE  Kamkxps and Area Propertlee.  Write lor Inlormalion or Buyer*  guide lo: Inland Really, 322 Seymour St., Kamkxope, B.C., V2C  2G2. Attn: PrexMrtyCoordinalor.  Phone: (604)3744022.  RELAX COUNTRY LIVING.  1,5.10 acre Me. Waler, hydra,  telephone, river view and river  tent. 30 miles wesl of Kamloops.  Cal coted: (604)373-2282.  Fantastic 217 acres - North Oka-  nagan, eaay access, river Iront-  age, privacy. Irrigation, lenosd,  power, phone, and lots more.  Asking $295,000. Contact Lisa  Mailer, Downtown Rooly, Lumby,  5474266.  SERVICES  .Major ICBC and Injury claims.  Joel A. Wener, trial lawyer lor 21  yeare. Cal ootod, (604)736-  eweSO, Venoouver. I no recovery,  note*. No Yukon onquevtso.  "ICe9Cotleredme$3,i?00. Carey  Llnde got me $190,000." G.N.,  Abbolslord. Law ofllceed Carey  Undo, Vanoouvar 684-7796.  Serving dlenie throughout B.C.  lor 18 years.  TRAVEL  CASTLE HOTEL-spedal Spring  rexmrelee. $32 and up -TV and  al service! 750 Granvlle, Vancouver, escrow Irom Padlc  Cenlre .Mal. Write or phone  (604)682-2661.  WANTED  WANTED: Exepeilenoedexlledor  wlehee to purchaa* older  Moexadtponeiy. EspMbMylieh,  kss or mushroom disigna and  any tea or dinner wivtoee made  l>y Moxcroe* or eMadntyre. CM  ooled: Vldexla (604)658-2695,  (604X564312.  BLANKET  CLASSFKD  AIM  For juel $165.00 you can  ptecea25mrdcaBaeeiied  ad h over 100 immmmn  lhroughoUB.C.AYi*on.  For mon Momslton caA  your local niwepepsr er  lis BCYCNA oMes al  ussa���  '77 Volkswagon van. $900 OBO.  886-7591. K3  67 Mustang. 6 cyl., $4000.  886-8091. #23  1984 Ford Mercury Marquois station wagon. 3.81. V6. 25 miles/  gal., exc. cored., $5000 0B0  885-3159. 124  1974 Dodge SB/PU slant 6. runs  well, $800. 886-8704 eves..  8865546 days #25  83 Chev n. ton PU. 350 aulo,  low package. PS. PB. radials,  very clean, $6500. 886-9353 or  886-7927. #25  '82 Datsun King Cab PU. $2500.  886-8101. #23  77 Buick Regal, $900 080.  886-8101. #23  1984 Camaro Z28. high output  V8. T-tops. power seals, mirrors,  hatch, cruise, till. air. Greal  shape. $9499.885-2399.    #25  1976 Dodge Aspen wagon, excellent running condition. $1000  OBO. 1979 Ford Fairmount  wagon, excellent running condition. Good body, new molor.  $3500 OBO. 886-3574.       #25  Whole or parts. 77 Chev., 79  Nova, 76 Fords. 886-7311  #23  1984 Camaro Z28, high output  V8, T-tops, power seats, mirrors,  hatch, cruise, tilt, air. Great  shape. $9499.885-2399.    #25  #19 Autos  72 Volvo SW. dependable,  strong, well maint., extras.  886-2457. #24  '78 Datsun 510, $900.  886-2826. #21sr  1976 Dodge Aspen wagon, ex  cellent running condition. $1000  080. 1979 Ford Fairmount  wagon, excellent running condition. Good body, new motor.  $3500 0B0. 886-3574.       #25  Whole or parts. 77 Chev., 79  Nova, 76 Fords, 886-7311  #23  '68 .Cadillac Sedan Deville from  California, power to burn, fust  needs a little 'tinkering'. $1200  OBO. 886-3912 between 54pm.  #23ss  '69 Chrysler Newport 2 dr. hi:  gd. cond.. new paint, brakes,  shocks, dependable, $2200 0,30.  886-3912 between 5-8pm. #23ss  1985 Honda wagon, excellent  condition, 5 dr./spd , extras,  $7900 OBO 885-7502.        #23  Getting married - need cash  -forced lo sell. 1989 red Ford  FI50 short box, 13.000 kms.. 5  yr. extended warranty, box liner,  rust protection, Zebard. custom  cab.. rear sliding window, cloth  seats ,386-9760. #23  76 Corvette HP 350 auto. PS.  PW, PB, $9500 OBO. 885-7891  #23  Super Economy '86. Chev.  Sprint New brakes, clutch, exhaust, tires. $3400 obo  886-2429. #24ss  1986 Merc Topaz G5, low miles,  fully loaded. Must be seen  $8500 883-9317 eve. #23  Heavy duly 1981 Econoline 1. ton  wants new owner, $3450.  885-7331. #23  Rare 1977 Plymouth 8 passenger  SW. very reliable. $950.  885-2521. #23  72 VW Beetle, oil frame, restoration completely redone. Lots of  extra parts, $4900 alt. 6 pm.  886-9741 and lve msg.       #23  71 Dodge Scamp. $500 OBO.  886-2426. #23  1986 Ford Ranger Supercab XLT,  75,000 kms., $7500 OBO.  886-9065 alter 5. #24  1981 Dodge van, slant 6. exc.  cond., low mileage. $4200.  886-8771 #24  1978 Volare station wagon.  $200.883-2929. #23  '80 GMC short Vandura 305. P/S  P/B, $3500 OBO, 886-2169.  #24sr  SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH COAST on  !  !  1989 TEMPO 2 door, 4 cylinder, 5 speed  1989 THUNDERBIRD V6. automatic  1989 DODGE ARIES 4 cylinder, automalic  1989 CAVALIER SW 4 cylinder, automatic  1989 ARIES 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1988 CUTLASS SUPV6, automatic  1988 MUSTANG GTV8. automatic  1988 TOWN CAR 4 door. 8 cylinder, automatic  1987 FIER0GTV6.5 speed  1987 TRACER HTBK 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1987 COUGAR 2DR/CPE VS. automatic  1987 TRACER GS HTBK 4 cylinder, automatic  1987 TAURUS SON 4 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1987 CAMARO HTBK 6 cylinder, automatic  1986 ESCORT L 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1986 CELEBRITY 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1985 TOYOTA SW 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1985 CIVIC 2 door. 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1984 LTD 4 door, V6. automatic  1984 ESCORT 4 door, diesel, 5 speed  1984 CHARGER 2 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1982 EXP 2 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1981 TRANS AM V8. automatic  1981 GLC 2 door, 4 cylinder, 4 speed  1981 T-BIRD 8 cylinder, automalic  1981 DATSUN 310 2 door. 4 cylinder. 4 speed  1981 AMC SPIRIT 6 cylinder, 4 speed  1980 COUGAR XR7 V8, automalic  1980 COUGAR XR7 ve. automatic  1980 GRANADA 2 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1980 GRANADA 2 door, 6 cylinder, automalic  1980 MUSTANG 2 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1980 TERCEL 2 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1980 CUTLESS SUP. CPE 2 door, 8 cylinder  1979 T-BIRD V8, automatic  1978 CUTLESS SUPREME V8, automatic  1978 LTD II4 door, V8. automatic  1978 DATSUN 510 4 cylinder, 4 speed  1976 SEDAN DEVILLE V8. automatic  1975 T0R0NAD0 2 door. V8. automalic   USED TRUCKS   1990 F-250 4x4 ve. 5 speed  1989 F-150 V8.5 speed  1989 F-250 V8. automatic  1989 AEROSTAR V6. automatic  1989 F-250 V8.5 speed  1989 BRONCO IIV6,5 speed  1989 F-250 4X4 V8. automatic  1989 BLAZER 4X4 V6. automatic  1988 CHEYENNE V6,5 speed  1988 F-150 VS. 4 speed  1988 AEROSTAR V6, automatic  1987 AEROSTAR V6. automatic, 0/0  1986 RANGER 4x4 ve, automatic  1986 BRONCO SW 2 door, V6,5 speed  1986 BRONCO IIV6, 5 speed  1986 RANGER P/U V6, automatic  1986 RANGER P/U V6,4 speed  1984 BRONCO II 4X4 V6, 4 speed  1978 GMC 4X4 V8, automatic  1978 WAG0NEERSWV8, automatic  1977 DODGE VAN 6 cylinder, automalic  1976 F-250 S/CAB ve, automatic  1973 VW CAMPER VAN 4 cylinder, 4 speed  i  B0XLINER  MS-IM1     DL5IH  in SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH COAST  1983 Chev Blazer Silverado 4x4  305 auto., glass mack, gray int.,  exc. cond.. $12,000 OBO.  886-7938. #24s  1979 Dodge Diplomat, sell tor  $1500 or trade lor equal value  auto Vi ton Iruck. 886-7307.  ��4s  78 Ford Fiesta, original owner,  new clutch, sunrool. $1050 OBO.  886-2706 #25sr  ( ampers  Motorhomes  Traveleze 24' travel Irailer. Excellent condition. 885-7626.  886-7877. #25  LET'S TALK  MONEY  Let s gel together and sell  your RV unit. II we can'I set  il we'll buy it. Free Appraisal  and pickup anywhere.  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY LTD.  m Ma 1-800-663-4234  D7363  Trailer, Boler. good condition.  Sleeps 3, spare wheel. $1500  OBO. 885-9772. #26ss  28' Prowler 5th wheel, excellent  shape, air conditioning, TV aerial,  $11,500 OBO. 885-5861.   #23sr  1987 deluxe motor home, 24'.  perfectly clean and A1 condition.  886-8481. #25sr  73 Econoline motorhome, good  shape. $3900 OBO. 886-2924  alt. 6 pm. #2e3sr  Older camper. 3 power propane.  2 sleeper, good condition. $300.  886-2108. #24s  1989 Prairie Schooner 36' 5th  wheel, loaded, $46,700  886-7489. #26s  '80 ��� 23' Class C motorhome,  clean & well equip., new radials.  bunk beds, sleeps 7, $18,900.  886-4943. TfN  Wanted: A used travel trailer lor  lamily while they're building  house. Musl be al least 24' lor 2  adults, 1 child. Between $2000  -$5000. or tor rent between $160  - $200. Call 885-9209.      TFNs  24' Holidaire exc. cond.. $7000  or trade. Call 885-9011.      #24  1988 Travelaire 25 5th wheel,  $16,500. 886-2311 alter 5 pmB  weekends. #23  11'6 Honey Camper, shower,  toilet & wash basin. Double s/s  sink, propane stove with oven,  hot water, furnace & Iridgj).  Sleeps 4 plus told down bunk.  Excel, cond. $4400 OBfi  885-3602 #23  Built-in 79 25 ft. motorhomj.  propane, gas power, 360 Dodge.  Iridge. stove, etc., includes 10'  boal. 4000 watt Honda generator.  $13,000,686-6643. #23  21' Scamper travel trailer, serf  cent.. 4 burner stove and oven.  0/S 3-way Iridge, new radial  tires, excellent cond.. $900(1  Phone 865-2271 alter 6 pm. #24  Trillium trailer (1300) stove.  3-way Iridge, P/P. good cond-  $3000 OBO. 666-6945.        #21  27' Prowler, clean, new carpe*  everything works, no leaks;  $7000. Call Gordon or June. Dun.  can Cove Resort. 883-2424. #24  26' travel trailer, good cond.;  $4800 060 883-2930 or  253-6087. #24.  Sunkamper tent trailer HT. sleeps  8. 3-way Iridge. stove, sink, furnace, portapotti. plus many ac-  ces. Otters to $2200. 885-5506..  #23;  '83 Ford F150 4x4 4 sp. 6 cyl.!  & 8V Security camper. $8200 ���  886-7842. #25'  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEYS LTD.  Ciptain BIN Murray  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.I  eV.A.B.Y.C.   e Marine  Surveyors and Consultants I  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20-30-40-50-70 HP  1988-1989 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition. Lowes Resort.  883-2456. TFN  For Sale: Float with building.'  886-8058. #25ss!  17'A K&C FG mat, 120 HP  Volvo, great boat. $5500 OBO.  885-5623 eves. #24  Yes! There is a reliable local pro-  pellor repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  23' Brandlymr. Volvo. Work required. $1850 OBO: 22V)'  Sangslercraft. No motor, $1100  OBO. 885-3127. #26sr  1989 9.9 Mariner, excellent condition, $1350.883-2211.    #25s  17 II. libreglass bare hull, handyman special, u-haut, $200  OBO. 883-2149. #26s  ���Hi  ���  J 24.  BROOKS i MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD  ���Senianein Moo,e & International  Paints  Marine  Finishes  Commercial  Pricing  Coast News, June 4,1990  Mobile Homes  12x65 mobile home, on pad, 2  bedrooms, tutty serviced, ocean  view. $2800. 885-1901 alter  6pm. #25  kTJ  Bill Wood  SECHELT  Bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  TataTaT.taTaT.1  A!  Canoe 18'. 4 seals. F/G, Frontiersman, square back, motor  mount, almost new. Cost $650  sell $550.666-2003. #23  11' Boal. 7Ve HP Merc and  trailer. Very clean. $1300.  886-7338 #  1983 16' Campion, exc shape,  lull canvas, built-in gas tank, 60  HP Mariner, small motor bracket,  galv Irailer. seldom used.  $6450 866-6382 #24  Carloda N 43' D-licence packer  S28.000.  K.  Farrell 685-1126  ] weekends or gen/del. Egmont.  #26ss  19ft' F/G boat. 115 HP Merc.  CB. Sounder, trailer, $5500 OBO.  886-9050 #24  23' F/G boat caddy cabin,  w/Ford Merc motor. 280 Volvo  leg. heavy duty dual axel trailer,  gd. cond.. $7900. 886-9025.  886-8461. #24  2350 Bayliner Nisqually C-B. 260  Volvo. 280 leg, lots ot extias,  $14,900 Madeira Marina or  987-5906. #24  26' Tolleycraft. new Volvo diesel  .with duo prop. 300 firs. cruises  22 knots at 4 gal./hr. 886-8628.  #25  Wanled: Galleo 4 dinghy, approx.  9 ft., imitation Lapslreake  fibreglass Also small used  sailboat, wooden masts, spars,  sails (any size). 863-2682.   #25  16' Lund 40 HP Yamaha. Irailer.  good cond.. great fishing boat.  $3500.885-9464. #25  Misty River, approx. 10' alum,  boat. 683-2474.883-1167.   #23  Owens Flagship 25'. 225 HP.  rebuilt. 250 hrs., head, mahog.  trim, sleeps 6. $12,000 OBO.  1-662-8012. ��4  22' Bayliner Sunbridge ��� sleeps  tour, VHF. new canvas. F.W.C.  886-8250. #24ss  YeHr-tound moorage. Ponder  Harbour. 883-9177. #23  19V glassply hard-top with  tandem trailer, fully-equipped.  $3450.663-2462. #24ss  Cal25. fully equipped, moorage  included. $11,500,886-8706.  #25sr  Totally rebuill 318 cu. in lett 8,  right with gears. 863-9110.  #26sr  Canoe 18'. 4 seats. F/G. Frontiersman, square back, motor  mount, almost new. Cost $850  sell $550.886-2003. #23  11' Boat, Th HP Merc and  trailer. Very clean. $1000.  866-7338. #25  i 15ft' Surfer craft F/G boat with  i 1987  classic  50   Merc  0/B  $2500.885-5717. #23  Pacllica 20 1988 20' centre consol boat, complete w/power.  $8500.883-9110. #24sr  : 18' Hourston Glasscraft. hard  , lop, 90 HP Mercury 0/B,  I sounder, VHF, covered, $6950.  ;885-9665. #24sr  ' 'Evinrude 15 HP, $300; Silver  i Seagull, $500: Yamaha 9.9 HP.  '$1500.685-9772. #24sr  i5' Apollo 225 Merc I/O.  ���w/trailer. $12,500 OBO.  883-9440. #23ss  16' K&C Thermoglass boat. 85  HP Evln, new canvas, new leg,  trailer, $3000 OBO. 865-5858 or  886-9078. #24sr  19' FG cabin, 60 HP 0/B, 4 HP  0/B, sounder, lanks, trailer, exlras. 683-9080. #24sr  17' Cal Glass, 120 HP I/O.  Irailer, sounder, compass,  $6000.886-8008. #23  22' Lynnwood Express. 1981.  260 HP Volvo. 260 leg, standup  head, propane stove and heater,  sleeps 4, 9.5 outboard, Iridge.  exc. cruising and fishing, at  Secret Cove, $16,000.  922-6885. #23  Spring Bok 12'4" alum, boat and  cover. 9.9 HP Johnson motor,  Highliner trailer, new, $3950  OBO. 883-2239. #24  14' Mlrrocraft. swivel seats. 9.9  HP Evinrude, as new, $2300.  885-4716. #25SS  Mobile Homes  FAMILY PARK  '155/month  ONLY 5% DOWN  with M.A.P. Program OAC  Call Collect 580-4321  3 bedroom 24x40 double wide,  woodstove. skylights, all appliances, large sundeck. sunken  hoi lub. storage shed. $49,500.  886-3006. Sunshine Coast  Trailer Park. #23  12x60'  1971  mobile  must be  moved.  $14,000.  884-5346  eves.  #23  1981 14x70'. Selma Vista Park,  5 appliances. $34,500.  885-7729 eves. #25ss  USED HOMES  STAHTING AT:  ��12,90000fob  Collect 580-4321  Motorcycles  1982 Y2490J Yamaha, only 30  hrs. since new. Mint cond..  $1500.886-4599. #26sr  1200 Yamaha touring bike. 1  owner, mint. 883-9110.    #24sr  '83KawiKDXl75asnew.$1000  OBO. 865-5492. #25sr  1982 Honda 750, 20,000 kms.  lairing, luggage rack, lull cover,  lair shape. $1200. 886-6450.  #25s  Roberts Creek Hall avail.,  dances, parties, weddings,  equipment rental. Yvonne  885-4610 TFN  MINI STORAGE  886-8628  #23  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair facilities.  885-2752,885-9486. #26  Jolly Roger -1 bdrm.. furnished.  pool & marina.  1-435-2668 #24ss  4 bdrm. house. N/S. Granthams,  avail. June 1. 5900/mo.. rets.  886-7712. #24  Furnished room lor rem, prefer  nonsmoking woman with car.  865-45)4. #24  120 sq. tt. view oflice in Lower  Gibsons avail, immed , several  amenities. Call 866-7995.    #24  " PROPBITY MANAGEMENT  Bonded - Insured - Experienced  Steve D. Sawyer  Gibsons Realty Ltd.  886-2277  #28  2 bdrm. unlurn. home avail, immed., Haltmoon Bay, $600.  467-3812. #23  K  In Slock al  EN MAC  cue  le  Oil Filters. Batteries. Tires.  Riding Gear. etc.  Phone Jay ll 886-2031  �� Business &.  Home Services  Painter, with a minimum ol 5 yrs.  experience A willingness to work.  Self-motivated, serious persons  phone 886-3574.     ��� #25  Waitresses  Bartenders  & Cooks  Full or Part-Time  afimjk  Peninsula Motor Inn   8862804-  1987 535 Virago, exc. cond.. tarings, crash bars. 2 helmets,  1100 kms.. 2800 886-4690  alter 6 pm #24ss  1982 YZ-100 Great Condition.  $500 OBO 883-9469. #25  1982 Yamaha 400, new brakes,  Iront tire, muffler, chain, good  condition, plus helmul. bike  cover & rain gear. $1200.  886-9294 leave mess. #25  Wanted to Rent  Help me! Desperately need place  to rent ASAP. Call me, Jennifer  885-7247. #23  Experienced potter with equip,  needs studio/living space. Lower  Gibsons vicinity. July tsl. Keith  886-8427. #24  2-3 bdrm. accommodation lor 7  months, by or belore July 1.  N/S. N/D. N/P, adults.  372-1611 (days). 578-7247  (eves.) collecl. #24  Clean reliable family ol 4 wishes  lo rent a motorhome tram July  23-29.886-9026. #24  Responsible lamily of four moving  permanently to Sunshine Coast  from Cranbrook. requires 3  bdrm. house, garage or storage,  non-smoking, no pets. Phone  Moo's Brothers, 885-9704.   #24  Woman wilh cal urgently needs  reasonable accommodation.  Hope. 885-9663. #24  Quiet, Christian lady wishes to  rent in private home, near water,  willing to look alter property and  pets when owner is away. Enjoys  gardening & writing, rels. Alberta  (403)459-3871. #24  3-4 bdrm. home lor a couple with  3 well behaved children. Prefer  around Davis Bay area but will  consider anywhere from Gibsons'  to Redrooffs. Bruce 273-0564 aft.  6pm. #25  Local teacher's family require 2-3  bdrm. house by Aug. Responsible tenants. Phone 866-2347.#24  Reliable working woman wilh  small dog needs large 1 bdrm. or  2 bdrm. accommodations. Gibsons or Sechelt area. Aug. 1 or  Sept. 731-2214. #25  Family ol 4 requires 3 bdrm.  house Aug. I. Gibsons/Sechell  area. Collecl 980-5309.       #25  Bed 8. Breaklast  Selma Park, Sechelt. Ocean view,  garden, private. 865-7034.   #25  2 bdrm. house, lull walk-in basement, workshop, fireplace, appliances, t acre lot. West  Sechelt. $700/mo. plus utils.  rels.. avail. July 1. 885-3506.  #23  One bedroom suite, main lloor.  view fireplace, utilities and cable  included, $500/mo. Available July 1.886-4856. #23  Help Wanted  Wanted - 39 overweight people.  Lose up to 29 lb/mo. "Diet  Disc'' Weight Control. *All  Natural!* (Earn $$$). Local  distributors needed. Toll free  1-978-3014 message.        #25  Dynamite Reliel  Experienced Cook  to start immediately at  Mariners' Restaurant  886-3931  Auto Trader magazine requires  reliable distributor lor Thursday  only deliveries in Sechelt area.  Dianne Nickel. 430-4500.     #23  Wanted - determined sales person lor Dickie Dee Ice Cream.  Good income, no drunks, valid  drivers licence. Call 885-2044.  #25  Students: July 3 - Aug. 31. Alls  Cenlre Sechelt. Curatorial  assistance, related duties. Posl  Secondary Arts preferred. Senior  Secondary with Arts locus considered. Resumes by June 15.  Box 1565. Sechelt. BC. VON 3A0.  #24  Al Fritz Family Restaurant, Earls  Cove. Cooks. Cashiers. Dishwashers. 883-94)2. #24  Conscientious  person  with  washer and dryer to earn money  in their own home. 886-9460.  #25  Busy bldg. supply outlet needs  motivated person(s) for F/T or  P/T work. Exp. an asset. Send  resumes to Box 317. Gibsons, BC  VON 1V0. #25  Part lime grooming assistant.  866-3612.866-2101. #25  Cook required lor Bonniebrook  Lodge 2 days and 3 nighls. approx. 35 hrs./week. Excellent  learning opportunity for serious  candidate. Ask lor chel.  886-2887. #25  Reliable student lor part time  work at truss manufacturing site.  Gibsons. 666-8201. #23  DENTAL ASSISTANT  CDA  pref..   Friday-Monday,  Pender Harbour, reception exp.  an asset. Resume to Dr. V. Choy,  Gen. Del.. Madeira Park.      #25  Qualified adult basic education instructor for fall. Call Continuing  Education. 865-2991. #23  Live in nanny for single dad and  Iwo boys. 3 & 2. Room and  board, plus wage, one child  welcome. Rels. 886-7737.   #23  Person to till vending machines  on p/t basis. Busiest time  weekends & holidays. Will train  successful applicant. Vehicle required. Ideal for active retired or  semi-retired person. Contact:  Coast Vendco Ltd. P.O. Box  7370. Station D. Victoria, B.C.  V9B5B7. #24  Drivers and dispatchers wanted  immediately, Class 4 driver's  licence needed. 865-9509.   #24  Do you have room in your lamily  lor a special person? We are  seeking a famly interested in providing room, board and TLC for a  young woman (18 years) learning  to live independently, Sechelt lo  Gibsons area. For more information, please call Joan, Sechelt  Mental Health Cenlre, 885-5164  during business hours.       #24  The Ministry ol Social Services &  Housing immediately requires  skilled care givers to provide  homes for children 11-13 years.  Experience in childcare work or  leaching is preferred. The lee lor  service is negotiable. For more  inlormation please call Judy Walls  weekdays at 885-7101.       #27  Stall required  ��� Secret Cove  Marina. Phone Cash 885-3533.  #24  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Travel  Sunshine  Coast  -  desperately needs help In  their office. Some computer  and clerical skills required.  One day for 4 hours would  be appreciated.  Vision Scrsenlng - in Ihe  Elementary Schools. Training will be provided. Need 4  people Irom Sechelt and 4  people from Gibsons. Two  months in the Fall ��� two or  three days per week.  Adult Oiy Cire Facility -  needs people to help with  program  Tuesdays  and  Thursdays.   2-3   hours.  Musical ability would  be  greatly appreciated.  For these and more  opportunities please  contact the  VOLUNTEER ACTION  CENTRE 885-5881  Falcon Painling. Interio. exterior.  Quality workmanship. .386-8912  #23  Ankoritsr decorating lor all your  painting needs. 20 years experience. Satisfactions Guaranteed Bob 885-5804. #24  GRANDVIEW  PAINTING  Professional and Courteous  Service  Interior - Exterior  C. Strand    886-3284  Throwing A Dinner Parly?!!  Bullet. BBO. A la Carte, relax  and enjoy your company. A taste  lor the palate. For the personal  touch, call In Heme Catering.  885-3435. #23  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal. Insured. Guaranteed  Work Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Computer Tutor: Bedford, DOS.  Word Perfect. Accounting services also available for small  businesses Michael Hsmer  886-7589. #24  TnD TREE TOPPING  SERVICES  Topping. Tapering, Falling.  Shrub Removal, Trimming, Pruning and Cleanup. Ted 885-9509  mess. #24  Thank you  Editor:  On behalf of the Sunshine  Coast Music Festival I would  like to thank all those who  helped make our festival a success.  In particular I would like to  thank Blane Hagedorn of  SuperValu; Chris Ortner and  International Forest Products  -Jackson's Division, St. Hilda's  .\nglican Church - Sechelt,  Royal Canadian Legion  - Branch 219 Roberts Creek,  Royal Canadian Legion  - Branch 140 Sechelt, Don Sa-  vien, Chatelech Secondary  School, Sechelt Elementary  School, Pender Harbour Music  Society, Sunshine Coast Arts  Council, Mr. & Mrs. 0. McKee,  Joyce Roots, Ken Dalgleish,  and Chamberlin Gardens.  Barbara Cattanach  Chairman  Sunshine Coast  Music Festival  20.  Business 8.  Home Services  ANDERSONS CONSTRUCTION  Foundations. Framing, Finishing,  Renovations. Additions. Decks,  Patios, Siding. Flir Prices  8854899. #23  iirpitA UphoUtery Cleaning  Special $49.99 - living room, dining room, hallway. BIG EAGLE  ENT. LTD. 886-2688. #23  Rooting, rerooling, remodelling,  repairs, leaks fixed, reasonable  and guaranteed. For Iree eslimate  call Lome, 885-4190. #27  Handyman: carpentry, drywall,  painling. patio stones, lencing,  driveway scaling, root demoss-  Ing, hauling. Alan, 866-8741.  #24  Typing  service available.  manuscripts,   term   papers.  business letters, elc. 885-7604.  #23  R8.R Construction. Dedicated to  your summer pleasure. Decks,  solariums. patios. 50 years experience. 885-2540 or 885-4195.  #23  Work Wanted  ril)liiE PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  41  Cupels  Upholstery  POWCRFUI IRUCK-MOUNTED ]f*m&,  bOUIPMleNI  RISI POSSIBU RESULTS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE  886-3823  Work Wanted  Framing crew available, air  equipped. Ph. all. 6 pm.  886-7830 TFN  WINDOW WASHING  Final construction clean-up.  886-86B0or885-2615        #23  Sundecks, fences, small additions, drywall and linishing work.  885-5914 alter 6 pm. #23  Vinyl siding, porches and decks.  Call Gary for free estimate  883-9215. #23  TREE TOPPING  Danger Iree removal, limbing and  tailing, fully Insured. Iree  estimates. Jell Collins.  886-8225. #24  Child Care  Responsible mother ot two is  eager lo have additional children  to care lor in our home. Rels.  avail. Phone 886-8333.        #23  Babysitter required on occasion  lor day time appointments, elc.  Please call 886-8333. #23  Babysitter required weekdays for  4 & 6 year olds. 886-3075 alter  6 #23  Babysitter wanted for 18 mo.  boy. preler in my home, W.  Sechelt. Please call Lorraine,  885-9041. #23  Opportunities  Display space available lor  Printers, during ths Festival of  Written Arts. Aug. 9 lo 12.  885-4631 lor details. #25  Resumes tailored to meet your  needs! Arbutus Office Services  885-5212. m  French tutor for high school student during summer. Contact  683-9360 #23  QTlALACCA  One of Vancouver's  finest furniture stores  comes to you with a  blend of unique rattan  u and upholstered  designs. Sun, living,  dining & lamily room  selections with over  300 fabrics to choose  from.  Kim, a professional  consultant, is available  for 'FREE in-home  consultation. She will  assist you with  'Hialacca selections.  SAVE NOW  10 ^ off reg. prices  Contact Kim it  732-8838  *$25 consultation III is only  refundable with purchase  within 30 deys.  It you've got the tools or materials  - responsible, reliable Man/Men  available for small jobs. Rob  886-3822. #23  1 Ton pickup, prompt service,  moving, yard maintenance, landscaping, etc. 865-9363.      #23  Interior - exterior painting, house  repairs. Prompt service, reliable  experience. 885-9363.        #23  00 VOU NEED  Brush cutting, Rubbish Rsmovil  Rotatilling. weedeating. carpet/  upholstery cleaning, window  cleaning, hedge trimming. Skip's  Maintenance Service. 865-2373.  #23  MOUNTAINSIDE  PRESSURE WASHING  Trailers, homes, all types ol  buildings, boats, roofs, paint  stripping, patios, equipment,  driveways, sundecks, swimming  pools, gutters cleaned, quality  workmanship, tree estimates.  885-7473. #23  MY PLACE OR YOURS  Professional auto body mechanic  will contract your work. Autos,  trucks. Industrial, marine hulls,  fibreglass. plastic & exotic  linishes. welding. For appointment 885-7659 aft. 6 pm.    #23  House Painting - Interior and  Exterior. Call Samuel Dill  886-7619. #23  Carpenter,  4 yrs experience,  knowledge in Iraming, renovations, siding 8, decking.  886-8288. #23  Quality Builders: New homes,  renovations, and additions, Iree  estimates. Call Bruce 886-7706.  #24  Rooting, rerooling, remodelling,  repairs, leaks fixed, reasonable  and guaranteed. For Iree estimate  call Lome. 885-4190. #27  Mobile home, sleeps 2 or 3. All  furnished, hydro, cable.  885-7626.885-7855. #23  Storage space for rent. Urge,  dry, monthly. Hallmoon Bay.  885-7502. #25  Large 640 sq. ft. convened  garage/workshop, 7755  Redrooffs Rd., $195/mo.  886-8815 or 683-4971.       #23  7755 Redrooffs Rd. Beautiful 3  bdrm., 1V> bath on spacious lol  wilh partial water view,  $875/mo. plus utilities.  886-8815 or 683-4971.       #23  Garden Bay, 2 bdrm., adults only, no pets. 883-9676.        #23  WHERE ELSE?  Everyone wants to Increase their take home  pay...that means being where the action  IS...WHERE ELSE BUT THE CEOARS PUB  WANTED  Well groomed, personable, professional people lo work  in all facets ol Ihe beverage industry in a neighbourhood  pub setting.  If you are experienced maybe we can increase your take  home pay. Apply in person from 9:30 - 11:30 am. at  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub. Across Irom the Sunnycrest  Mall.  Janitorial Contract - secheit  Capilano College invites oilers from qualified contractors to provide Cleaning Services at our Sechelt  Campus. A bid document may be obtained al  Capilano College, 5627 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0. The bid document must be returned to  Capilano College on or belore 1 pm June 11,1990.  Capilano College reserves the right to reject any or  I oilers.  For further Information call  885-9310 between 12:30 and  7:00 pm, Capilano College,  Sachalt.  iCAPILANO   �����*���*���"���  COLLEGE       Sechelt ���IrltlHiColymbli  Handyman looking lor work, will  do painting, gardening, etc.  885-3792. #24  Spring cleaning got you down?  Housecleaning services available,  $9/hr. 886-3463. #24  BOB'S HAULING  All kinds ol debris removed, tree  work, odd jobs. Bob 885-4604.  #24  Do you need a house cleaner?  Call 883-9319. #25  ALL SEASON  BOBCAT SERVICES  Site  preparation,   landscaping,  leveling, dirt work, etc. No job too  big or small. 886-7052 lor Iree  estimate. #25  COAST RENOVATIONS  Skylights, sundecks. drywall,  painting, additions. Franz or Andy, 885-2493. #25  Child Care  Molly Mouse Day Care  Spaces available 18 mos. to  school age. 886-3913.        #34  Wanted, mature person for part  time day care for 5 mo. old.  885-4667. #25  Babysitter required for 4 yr. old &  16 month old, daytime tor occasional appt. A work. 886-9240.  #25  Small investors can double  money. Earn monthly Income  Irom some investments ot  $1000-55000. Up to 200%.  Solid limited offer. Reply Box  339. c/o Coast News. Box  460. Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  Start now - local Amway  distributor otters opportunity for  good earnings. You pick Ihe  hours. We assist you. For appointment call 885-7144.    #26  Throwing A Dinner Parly?  Bullet. BBQ. A La Carte, relax  and enjoy your company. A taste  for Ihe palate. For the personal  touch, call In Home Catering.  885-3435,885-4804.        #23  <t RENT ��� A - HAND *  Truck and Mosl Tools  $8 - $20 hour  686-4788  ARBUTUS OFFICE SERVICES  For all your secretarial needs.  Rm.   217   Teredo   Square.  885-5212.  #24  NO SWEAT PAINTERS  Exterior painting and staining  885-7384  #24  HOLLY STREET DRAFTING  House plans, designs, additions  and renovations. Reasonable  rates. 885-7384. #24  Lose weight, earn $$$. We pay  you. Lose 10-29 lbs. in 30 days.  Doctor recommended. Call  Marianne 865-3905 or  1-978-3051 loll free. #25  lei cream parlour $3900. Al  you need to urn great Income. Located on new  miniature goll course In  Sechelt. Only serious replies  please. Leave mmigi  anytime, 885-9209.  The Beat Deal Atoiuud  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  S/IOO  4  (minimum) for 10 words  25'  each additional word  (Births. Lost & Found FREED  "SweSett"  CLASSIFIEDS  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    l'  ��15oo  ��|00  up to 10 words  each additional word  Your ad. featuring 1 item only, will run 4 consecutive weeks, then will be cancelled unless  ve'ii instruct us lo eenew it BY NOON  SATURDAY. (Nol available to commercial  advertisers).  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & secheit offices Noon Saturday  "Friendly People Places  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Madeira Park Shopping Centre 883-9099,  Cowrie St.. Sechelt 885*3930  Cruice Lane. Gibsons 886-2622  FAX: 886*7725  Available for public use  Pender Harbour Office  FRIDAY 4:30 pm Coast News, June 4,1990  The skatebowl area at Brothers Park will be ready to roll by June  16 thanks to the volunteer efforts of Karen Olsen, Robert Ellam,  Mary Lou and Bill Leach and their children.    -Jeff Carpenter photo  Confusing info  "Stop telling Canadians that  the GST is not an additional  tax," suggested Glen Kullman,  president of the Better Business  Bureau of Mainland BC. in a  letter to Finance minister Otto  Jelinek last week.  "Consumers are calling the  bureau because they are confus  ed by this wording heard in recent radio commercials," said  Kullman. "They are asking how  this can be so when services  have never been taxed in  Canada before."  The Better Business Bureau is  a non-profit organization provided member businesses in the  interests of consumers.  Perseverance pays  Catching the early ferry on  two consecutive Saturdays, and  competing during wet,  miserable conditions, paid off  for six Sunshine Coast athletes.  All six were selected to the Zone  3 Track and Field Team for the  B.C. Summer Games in Prince  George, July 12 -16.  The team consists of 14 and  15 year olds from Howe Sound,  parts of Vancouver, North and  West Vancouver, and the Sunshine Coast. For Jo Percival of  Pender Harbour Secondary,  and-  Zoe   Mackenzie   of  Chatelech, it will be the second  year at this prestigious event.  This year Jo has decided to  try the pentathlon, competing in  5 events (80m hurdles, 800m,  shot put, long jump and high  jump) over 3 days, while Zoe  will be competing in the 3000m.  Joining Jo and Zoe will be  Colin Fenn (javelin, discus) and  David O'Coffey (javelin, alternate for the 3000m) from  Pender Harbour, and Scott  Chouinard (100m, 200m, relay)  and Teresa Hudson (javelin,  shot put) from Chatelech.  Golf turnout great  The second annual Garden  Bay Pub golf tournament was  held on Sunday, May 27 at the  Pender Harbour Golf Course  with a great turnout in spite of  rainy weather.  Low gross winners were  Brian Orr (men's) and Gail Ger-  rard (ladies'). Ron Brackett,  who came over from Campbell  River to enter the tournament,  won the men's low net and Fay  Williamson won the ladies' low  net.  Long drive winners were Bob  LeFroy for the men, and Sandra Godkin for the ladies (and  for the second year in a row).  Ken Nelson of Campbell  River was closest to the pin, and  Lorna Lycan had the high  overall gross.  Everyone who entered the  tournament received a prize,  thanks to the generous donations of supporters, who  organizers Ron and Marita  Johnson would like to thank.  Heritage Society ind Driftwood Pfoyeri dinner and theatre night, Sun., June 10 at  6pm. $30 each, tickets available at the Omega Restaurant.  (Hint Flee Market at Gibsons Winter Club (curling club) Sun., June 10 Irom 10am to  2pm. Book a lable now 886-7801 alt. 6pm.  Klwinli Auxiliary 10th Anniversary Too, a beautiful painting was presented to the  residents by artist Kathleen Wells. June dinner meeting will be at Seaview Gardens  June 20. Annual Berry Tea will be July 21 at 2pm in the Residents' Lounge.  Attention: Ei-NWT Resldontt - 4th Annual Picnic June 10 from 12 noon to 8pm at  Bear Creek Provincial Park. Kelowna. Bring your own lunch. For Inlo call H. Glick al  768-2158  Outdoor Photography Workshop. Porpoise Bay Campsite - Beach playground, Saturday June 9.1990,9 am to 3 pm approx. May be cancelled due to very bad weather.  Sunihlne Coait Women present a reading Irom 'Fishing with John' by Edith Iglauer,  Monday. June 4, 7:30 pm, Community Services olfice, 5638 Inlet Ave., Sechelt.  Bring a friend  PhI Natal Clutii Tues.. June 12 from 7 to 9 pm at the Sechelt Health Unit.  Everyone welcome To register call Jeanette al 885-7777.  Sunihlne Coast Peace Committee meeling will be held at Roberts Creek school library  on Monday. Juno 11,7:30 pm. Everyone welcome.  The Sunshine Coast Literal Aiioclitlon general meeting and potluck, Sunday, June  10. 1 pm. For details 685-2239.  Special Needs meeting Monday, June 11, 7:30 pm in Gibsons Elementary School  library: Wednesday. June 13. 7:30 pm In Sechelt Elementary School library; Friday,  June 15 al 7:30 pm in Madeira Park Elementary School library. For locations and further details, contact Batyah Fremes, 886-7589 or Infant Development Program,  885-5940.  Sunshine Cent Chapter ol RNAIC dinner meeting June 7,6 pm. Speakers C. Flood  and L. Dulton Subject: Palliative Care. Call Valerie Morrison 883-2379 by Juno 5 tor  details.  Post Natal Clan Tues. Juno 12, 1990. Sechell Health Unit, 7 - 9 pm. Everyone  welcome. To register call Jeanette, 885-7777.  Sunihlne Coast Puce Committee meeling will be held al Roberts Crook School  library on Mon. Juno 11, 7:30 pm. Everyone welcome.  Cooking lor 1 or 2. June 8,1990. With Michelle Chapman, dietician al St. Mary's, In  tho Marine room Irom 1 - 3. Menus, handouts and tips. All welcome.  tt. Mary's Heipltil AinMary'i regular monthly meeting ol the Roberts Creek Branch  will bo held on Juno 11th, 10:30 am., In Emmy Drohmann's garden. Bring your own  sandwich lor a picnic lunch.  TIM taMMM Cent Literal Amomm general matting 4 potuck, Sunday Juno 10  at 1 pm. For detail! call 885-2239.  SeecM Needs meeting on Monday Jim 11 at 7:30 pm., In Gibsons Elementary  School library, on Wednesday June 13 at 7:30 pm., In Sechelt Elementary School  library. Friday June 15 al 7:30 pm. In Madeira Park Elementary School library. For  locations and further details, contact Batyah Frames: 886-7589 or Infant Development Program: 885-5940  Peace Activists' answer hostile letter  Editor:  A hostile letter is far better  than no response. W.L. English's 'Peace Activists' in a recent paper was stimulating  especially these points.  I. "...the activists claim terrible danger...in case of an accident   (at   Nanoose   Naval  facility)". We activists didn't  claim this. We are just acting on  claims of how often the navy  has accidents and how dangerous they are, and our information comes chiefly from the US  government.  2.  "...residents there (Nanoose) are not in the least wor-  Volunteers thanked  Editor:  This letter is in regard to the  work being done by volunteers  in order to open Gibsons outdoor roller skating rink and  skateboard park. During the  weekend of May 26 my husband, Rob Ellam, gave up his  Saturday in order to build and  repair damage at the roller pad  stand.  He and Bill Leach built  shelves for the 200 pairs of  roller skates, a counter, and a  small concession area.  While they were busy Mary  Lou Leach and I plus our  children swept out broken glass,  rocks and dirt from the 6000  square foot roller pad.  Then on June 2 the same people will be building a four foot  wall encasing the smaller cement wall around the roller  skating pad. With Gibsons  Council's consent and support  they are supplying all material  and we will do the labour.  The parks department is once  again repairing the washrooms,  the fence and doors, securing  them against vandalism which  has been a problem at Brothers  Park.  Then on June 9 we will apply  the final touches of cleaning  and painting. With fingers  crossed, if all goes according to  plan, we will open on June 16  providing a summer filled with  fun and activities for all.  Roller skating seven days a  week with fully supervised  skateboards, instruction and  demonstration will happen.  Roller skating anyone?  Back to the SO's style dance  nighls, teenie-bopper days,  couples only and family nights.  The list goes on.  We also heard that roller  skating was big in the school  before it burned down. There  were a couple of people teaching children to skate and if you  are still interested we could have  lessons.  Please phone with your ideas.  We are volunteers managing the  roller rink and rentals. We need  your support and help. We are  looking for some donations: A  working fridge and stove, stereo  and speakers, dishes and utensils.  Call 885-7072 or 885-3792 if  you can help. See you there at  the opening day. 'Let the good  limes roll'!  Many thanks!  Karen Olsen  Mary Lou Leach  ried". Mr. English has put his  finger on a quirk of our human  behaviour...the nearer and  scarier a situation, the more we  are tempted to deny it. Tell someone he has an ulcer and he  may believe you. Tell him he  has a killing disease and at First  he may not.  Besides, Nanoose residents  have ebeen told for 20 years that  their prosperity depends on the  navy. That's wrong, according  to government studies but the  repeated propaganda keeps people from 'rocking the boat'. It's  easier for us, a little further  away, to start the action and it's  up to us to do so.  3. Activists "have never once  criticized any military or human  rights crimes by the Soviet  Union". Many peace activists,  I'd say most of us, are supporters of human rights efforts  such as Amnesty International  which works under both communist and capitalist sponsored  regimes.  As to military politics, the  Canadian Peace Alliance  presses for a nuclear ban by  both super powers. It's true we  feel most threatened by the  facility 20 miles away and only  US nuclear ships come there.  4. "Everyone wonders where  these people get their money as  none of the regulars appear to  work". Wonder no more! Just  drop in at the Peace House and  pick up a balance sheet of the  Nanoose Conversion Campaign.  But as to working, I think  Mr. English is right. Those who  work all day can volunteer only  after hours. Most 'regulars'  really are retired, or seasonal  workers, or housewives with  flexible time. A couple of  devoted souls have put aside  professional careers to do this  work and live on part-time jobs.  Some may be unemployed. Nobody gets a salary from the  Nanoose peace group.  We could learn a lot from  Mr. English about public relations if even we could get  together. And I would like him  to know exactly what we are  aiming to do. How about it?  Iris Griffith  Egmont, BC  Turn down Meech  Editor's Note: A copy of the  following   was   received   for  publication.  Bill Vander Zalm  Premier of BC  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, BC  RE: Meech Lake  I was extremely disappointed  with your speech last week. You  infer that you have made a commitment to Quebec and you  have to keep it, ie. pass Meech  Lake, in case of need "as is".  Bourassa has passed Bill 178  in Quebec after the Meech Lake  Accord was signed. This bill  was declared unconstitutional  by the Supreme Court of  Canada because it infringed on  the Charter of Rights and  Freedom (of expression).  11" this is what Quebec's politicians mean by "distinct  society", then this distinct sociely clause has no place in  Canada's constitution.  Who says Quebec is outside  the constitution of Canada?  They used the "notwithstanding" clause, which can only be  found in the constitution of  1982.  There is a need for a revision  of the constitution. This has to  be done by a non-partisan  parliamentary  committee.   It  must hold hearings in all parts  of Canada and all interested  citizens must have access to this  committee (and not only those  who are in favour of Meech  Lake as it was with the Charest  commission).  All current needs must be addressed such as Quebec's apprehensions to conserve their  ���t language and culture, aboriginal  rights, women's rights, senate  reform, removal of the notwithstanding clause, etc. Such  revisions need time and if a  workable revision/additions to  the constitution has been worked out, ii musl be passed in the  federal parliament and by a  plebiscite among all voters in  Canada (the 7/50 formula lo  apply). (You said yourself lhat  the constitution belongs to ihe  people).  If you should pass Meech  Lake you knowingly do so  against the wishes of the majority of the Canadian citizens in  BC and you have no right to call  on them in future lo back you  on any issue or at any election.  As you said you are the  representative of the Canadian  citizens in BC and you musl  respect their political will.  Jakob Knaus  Sechell, BC  HOUSE CALLS  At Investors, wc don't keep bankers  hours. We keep yours. So if you can't  come to us, we'll come to you.  We can help you put together a written.  comprehensive financial plan that will  help you reach your personal financial  goals.  If you need advice on anything from  saving taxes to investment opportunities,   call US today. Your resident Investors Planning Team  J.N.W.(Jim)BUDDSr.  Fwvwmrr+aTmW-** 885-3397  MMVtSSLUmlS   DEBORAH MEAUA  EWUD 8868771  ���"���*���*** J.H.(Jim) BUDD Jr.  PROFIT FROM OUR EXPERIENCE 886*8771 26.  Coast News, June 4,1990  Dudley Carter  Grand old man of Canadian sculpture  by Pavtd Marshall  On Sunday, May 6, friends  of the sculptor Dudley Carter  gathered together at the home  of his daughter and son-in-law,  David and Mavis Vaughan, on  Gower Point Road to celebrate  his 99th birthday.  The sculptor, who is still actively carving and selling large  totemic cedar carvings, had  travelled from his home in the  Seattle area to participate as  guest of honour. Carter is more  appreciated in the State of  Washington, where he now  lives, than in his native British  Columbia. The State has given  him a home in the woods with  work space in the natural surroundings that are appropriate  to his work and life experience.  He is viewed as a state  treasure, and respited for his  remarkable and continuous production of large and small  works of art.  Dudley Carter was born near  New Westminster, BC. He was  the third son of a pioneer family. He had the good fortune to  grow up in an environment  where many of the things required for living had to be produced by hand from wood. He  has said that he cannot  remember a time in his  childhood when he did not  make things from wood. The  feel of the tools and the ability  to shape cedar with them is a  basic part of his character.  His family was in the lumber  business. He was a timber  cruiser and forest engineer. He  observed West Coast Indian  carvers at work on their totems  and canoes, and incorporated  what he learned from them into  his own work. He began producing sculpture in 1930, and  sold his first large woodcarving  to the Seattle Art Museum.  In his large totemic carvings  he uses the shape and vertically  of the tree as the basic design  element; the heads of figures are  enlarged to fill out the shape of  the tree, arms and legs are tucked in and curved to fit into the  curve of the tree. These and  other basic elements, common  to West Coast Indian carvings  and the carvings of other  cultures as well, are incorporated into his work.  I first met Dudley at the first  conference of North-west  sculptors at the University of  Oregon in Portland in the spring of 1955. Sculptors from  British Columbia, Washington  and Oregon were invited to provide a sculptor for an exhibition  in the Little Art Gallery sponsored by the School of Architecture and Allied Arts, and to participate in a three-day conference on the university campus at the time of the opening of  the exhibition.  Mark Sponenburgh, of the  University of Oregon, organized the conference and exhibition of Prehistoric Indian  Sculpture, Historical Indian  Sculpture, 19th Century  Pioneer Sculpture, Early 20th  Century Sculpture, and 35 contemporary works from BC,  Washington and Oregon.  Out of this conference grew  the North-west Institute of  Sculpture, and we began a series  of yearly conferences and ex  hibitions which were hosted by  a different state or province.  The 1956 conference was held in  Vancouver, and the exhibition  in the Vancouver Art Gallery.  During this time sculptors  working in the north-south corridor of Western North  America became aware of one  another, exchanged ideas, viewed one another's work, and  presented their work to the  public in various cities. During  the Vancouver conference  David and Mavis Vaughan invited the conference sculptors to  a party at their West Vanrouver  home.  DUDLEY CARTER  GO BC Award  The Town of Gibsons has received approval of a $34,053  GO BC Award to help build a satellite fire hall in the Sunshine Coast Regional District, Provincial Secretary Howard  Dirts and Mackenzie MLA, Harold Long announced last  Dirks, minister responsible for GO BC, said between 5000  and 6000 people are served by the Gibsons volunteer fire  department. "Fifteen of the 30 volunteer fire fighters live  closer to the site of the proposed satellite hall and this will  enable them to respond quicker to calls in that area."  Long said, "Last year 35 per cent of the emergency calls  and 71 per cent of the fire losses were closer to this growing  area, which is near the Cedar Grove Elementary School and  five kilometres from fire hall No. 1. This modest construction  will be a boon to the community."  One of the older pumper trucks will be located at the  satellite hall, which will lie constructed on property owned by  the Sunshine Coast Regional Dislricl.  Guess Where  The usual prize of $5 will be awarded to the first 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 Brad Wingfield of Gibsons, who correctly  identified the incinerator at trie shake mill in Wilson Creek.  DO-IT-YOURSELFERS  Save thousands $$$  on the cost of a new home!  J   &   3   j?r�� - Faib   HGifflea has designed economical house packages  simple enough for the average person with little or no construction experience  to assemble.  ��� Save Money  ��� Save Time  ��� Eliminate  measurement  Imperfections  common in  traditional  stick-built homes  t  J & E Pr@- Fab Home s ltd.  For more Information call        984-3386  984-3644  This was, for me, the beginning of a long friendship with  the Vaughans, who have continued to support and show interest in sculptors of this region,  and it also provided an opportunity to visit Dudley Carter,  view his work and exchange  ideas with him when he came to  Gibsons to work on cedar carvings on the beach below the  Vaughan's present home on  Gower Point Road.  During the past 150 years artists in Europe and North  America have absorbed the influence of various cultures;  classical, Greece, India, Egypt,  China. By the beginning of the  20th Century artists working in  Paris began to view with serious  interest the work of the so-  called 'primitive' cultures.  Picasso, Braque, and the  other cubist painters discovered  the virtues - the magic geometry  - of African wood carvings  which they discovered in shops  dealing in second-hand objects  and in ethnographic museum  collections. These works bore  an interesting similarity to the  simplified, geometric forms of  late Cezanne paintings.  Before the time of the  Cubists, during the 1890s Paul  Gauguin attempted to incorporate some of the formal  devices of the Marquesas  Islands into his paintings and  prints.  Dudley Carter has made use  of West Coast Indian art in a  similar way, incorporating that  influence into his work with influences from other sources.  But there is one important  difference. The Cubist painters  saw African sculpture as art objects discovered in museums  and shops. They knew little of  the land, the beliefs, and life of  the people who produced those  works.  Dudley Carter has lived and  worked in our forests, has experienced the weather, climbed  over the mountains, developed  an intimate understanding of  the trees, and has had a more  sympathetic admiration for Indian art of the coastal region  than can those people who have  not carved wood and lived in  the forests. He has absorbed the  coastal environment as well as  the expressive and formal  lessons of Indian art and synthesized them with the other  elements of his expressive  nature. He has not set out to  copy and learn the language of  Indian art, but has developed a  parallel expression in terms of  his own West Coast experience.  Publisher's note overheard at  the May 6 party:  Guest, to the 99-year old  Dudley Carter: "What do you  consider your best work?"  Carter: "I am often asked.  The answer is always the same.  It's not done yet."  m7\   Open H  ^��^/               OI1SOHI  ouse Canada Exchange      |pj"^  ..o.->    ��_��,.������.. am.     Ml  A SPECIAL THANKS to the following merchants a organizations and tht people  ol Gibsons lor making Ihe Elphinstone Social Studies 10 class exchange with Ihe  Kapuskasing students a great success.  S.C.R.D.  Saan Stores Ltd.  A -101 Supply  Gibsons Chamber Olfice  Auto Parts  Gibsons Really  School District #46  Avalon Logging  Grandma's Toys  Shell Canada Products  fl - Fit Bodyworks  Hair We Are  Show Piece Gallery  B.C. Hydro  Howe Sound Pulp & Paper  Silks and Lace  C.I.8.C.  Jeannie's Gilts & Gems  Sunnycrest Photo  CBC Beachcombers  Journal  Sunshine Kitchens  Chico's Casual Wear  Ken's Lucky Dollar  Sunshine Lodge  Christine's Gills  Kenmac Auto Parts  Super Valu #23  Clement Ltd.  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