BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Sunshine Coast News Sep 12, 1988

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xcoastnews-1.0176167.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xcoastnews-1.0176167.json
JSON-LD: xcoastnews-1.0176167-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcoastnews-1.0176167-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcoastnews-1.0176167-rdf.json
Turtle: xcoastnews-1.0176167-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcoastnews-1.0176167-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcoastnews-1.0176167-source.json
Full Text
xcoastnews-1.0176167-fulltext.txt
Citation
xcoastnews-1.0176167.ris

Full Text

Array L/C    legislative Library       Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  89.8  d attack  p  terror In Roberts Creek  by John Burnside  Dog Control Officer Howard  Byard's fust week on the job  for the Sunshine Coast Regional  District, under contract with the  Town of Gibsons, proved to be  a tumultuous one last week with  two of the worst incidents of  vicious dog attacks ever recorded on the Sunshine Coast.  Both incidents involved the  same pit bull terrier and resulted  in the dog being shot on Thursday, September 8, by Byard  with the permission of the dog's  owner.  The first incident took place  on   Tuesday,   September   6,  about 3:45 pm.  Ed Johnson aged 40 of  Roberts Creek and Tina Wilson  aged 13 of the Middle Point  area were riding their horses  from Johnson's home on  Roberts Creek Road to the Ellingham   Riding   Stables   on  Ed Johnson of Roberts Creek and Tina Wilson of Middlepoint are pictured with their horses Pilot and  Hocus Pocus, respectively, which were the object of a savage attack by a pit bull last week. Insert shows  just one of the leg injuries received by Pilot (see adjacent story). -Vera Elliott photo  Lockyer Road. Wilson is the  daughter of B.C. Liberal Party  leader Gordon Wilson.  On the property of Shawn  Boyd, formerly the Dal Grauer  property, the two riders were  confronted by a pit bull which  was in the care of Gary Winters  whose residence on Highway  101 is across from the golf  course. Winters was visiting the  tenant of the cabin on the Boyd  property.  The riders held their horses  still whilst the pit bull sniffed  around them. Suddenly one of  the horses took fright and shied,  triggering a savage and sudden  attack.  Johnson's horse, a four-year-  old thoroughbred called Pilot  had a tear ripped in the sheath  of its penis, a chunk of flesh  torn from its right rear knee and  puncture wounds to the muscle  areas of both hips.  Wilson's pony, Hocus Pocus,  sustained a deep bite wound to  the right rear hock, or elbow.  The terrified horses plunged  into deep woods while the dog  continued its attack and both  riders were thrown from their  horses after being dashed  against trees and branches.  "It's a miracle we weren't  killed after we were on the  ground," recalled a badly  shaken Johnson.  The  dog  seemed  obsessed  with its attack on the horses and  pursued them as they bolted  down Hanbury Road to  Lockyer Road and across  Highway 101.  Trie riders too pursued their  horses on foot until they were  overtaken by Winters, in an  automobile. His attempts to call  the dog away from its attack on  the horses had been unavailing.  They found the dog near  Highway 101, having been  outrun by the fleeing horses.  Further down Flume Road  the horses had been caught by a  resident of Roberts Creek.  Dog Enforcement Control  Officer Byard's report dated  September 7 recommended  that, due to the seriousness of  the attack and the extreme  danger in which the riders had  been placed and the serious injuries done to the horses, the  dog should be destroyed.  "The injuries to the horses  would have been worse," Ed  Johnson told the Coast News,  "except for the fact that the dog  kept leaping at the horses'  throats and couldn't quite get a  hold of them for a killing bite."  Two days later Heather  Lyons of Roberts Creek had a  car breakdown on Highway 101  and asked for permission to use  the phone in the Winters'  residence. Permission was  granted but as she approached  the house the same pit bull lunged at her and bit her badly on  the upper arm.  Dog Control Officer Byard  arrived at the Winters residence  just a few minutes after the  dog's owner arrived. Alan  Haduicn had been in hospital  for two and a half months with  severe burns.  He agreed with the dog control officer that the dog would  have to be put down. Since he  was personally unable to shoot  the dog due to his own injuries,  he provided the gun and requested that Officer Byard perform the function, which was  done.  Please turn to page 12  Bicycle path  Construction is going ahead on a bicycle path between Hall  Road and the Provincial Campground in Roberts Creek. At  last week's meeting of the regional board, directors were informed that the West Howe Sound Recreation Commission  has agreed to contribute $2,500 to the project to which the  regional district will add $7,500.  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast        25* per copy on news stands     September 12,1988   Volume 42   Issue 37  Qibsons reverses decision  on project bylaws  In a surprise development the  bylaws governing the proposed  seniors retirement project  known as Marina Place were  brought back before Gibsons  Council at the regular meeting  held on Tuesday, September 6  and given third reading.  The bylaws had been denied  third reading at a special  meeting held on Tuesday,  August 23, when Aldermen  Dixon and Reynolds voted  against doing so because of the  failure of the applicant to provide a restrictive covenant.  According to the minutes of  the September 6 meeting, Deputy Mayor Norm Peterson asked  if there were any changes in the  situation regarding the Marina  Place project. Planner Rob  Buchan responded that he was  now satisfied that the applicant  had gone beyond the normal  level of acceptability and had  reduced the uncertainty attached to the project as much as  possible.  A video tape of the meeting  indicated that Buchan's  remarks came later in the  meeting   after   the   Dixon-  A half ton of explosives was used to blast away part of a rocky knob on the site of the new construction  project at Port Mellon. Site and access work is being done by Emil Anderson Construction Ltd. of Hope,  B.C. and Fiedler Brothers Construction Ltd. of Gibsons. ���Vera Elliott photo  Marsh agreement reached  by Penny Fuller  A meeting between the  Sechelt Marsh Protective Society, concerned citizens and  Sechelt Municipal District council last week has resulted in an  agreement to join forces in raising $50,000 with which to purchase Lot 48 in order to expand  the Sechelt Marsh.  The meeting was called by  Mayor Bud Koch in order to  address a number of concerns  and protests being raised about  work that the municipal district  has been doing which several  people felt was interfering with  the natural flow of water into  the marsh.  The Municipal District has  been concerned about the  hazard of the open ditch which  runs along Medusa Street, and  has been installing culverts  along that stretch. At last Tuesday's meeting, Tom Meredith  suggested that the work may be  in contravention of both the  Water Act and the Wildlife Act,  as it was interfering with a  natural course and disturbing  the natural habitat of wildlife in  the marsh.  Alderman Bob Wilson challenged Meredith's arguments  saying that Meredith was using  the issue as a political  maneouver, which Meredith  categorically denied.  Doug Roy, a member of the  Marsh Society outlined a series  of 'cavalier practices and attitudes' demonstrated by the  district which he felt had forced  a confrontation between the  society and the council, including a list of unanswered  correspondence about the  marsh.  One such letter written,  several months ago, was  presented by Vince Bracewell,  and with Mayor Koch's input,  provided the framework for a  final agreement between the two  groups. Sechelt District Municipality owns Lot 50, and that  will be developed as an addition  to the marsh. However, bet  ween that lot and the marsh lies  Lot 49, owned by the Sunshine  Coast Regional District  (SCRD), and Lot 48, owned by  Len Van Egmond.  The group will be asking the  SCRD to allow their lot be  developed as part of the marsh,  and will attempt to raise the  $50,000, which Van Egmond is  asking for Lot 48, from private  donations.  The fund-raising started at  the meeting itself with members  of council and the audience  chipping in $500 contributions  totalling over $2500. It was  decided later that donations  should be made out to the  Sechelt Marsh Protective Society in Trust, in order for the  donations to be tax deductible.  At the next evening's meeting of  council, people who had made  contributions to the fund made  out to the District Municipality  of Sechelt were told they could  re-issue the cheques in order to  benefit from the tax deductible  status.  Other concerns that were  resolved at the Tuesday night  meeting included an agreement  to stop further work on laying  culverts and diverting water  from the marsh. The open ditch  will be closed in up to the boundaries of the expanded marsh  and allowed to flow freely from  that point on.  The increased volume of sea  water entering the marsh has  also been a problem, causing  much of the vegetation around  the marsh to die, according to  society members.  Mayor Bud Koch agreed to  prompt action on the matter including fixing the tidal flap gate  so that society members could  winch it closed when necessary,  and removal of the debris which  has been jamming the gate  open.  Alderman Joyce Kolibas has  been assigned as a liaison person with the Marsh Society, and  will be ensuring that the  society's concerns are dealt with  at council meetings.  Kunstler motion and after some  considerable prodding from  Deputy Mayor Peterson.  It was moved by Alderman  Dixon and seconded by Alderman Kunstler that the matter be  brought back before council  and the same two aldermen  voted in the affirmative to give  the bylaws third reading.  Alderman John Reynolds  continued his opposition, arguing in a prepared statement that  any new information could not  properly be received unless it  was presented to the public at a  public hearing.  Alderman Norman Peterson  had absented himself from the  voting on August 23,  presumably because of a con  flict of interest. No clear explanation has been provided as  to why he did not do so at the  September 6 meeting, indeed according to the minutes he  brought the subject up, other  than as Deputy Mayor he was  not called upon to vote.  In conversation with the  Coast News later in the week  Clerk Treasurer Lorraine Goddard said that she was not sure  entirely what the new information was since she had been  away for a week.  Alderman Dixon told the  Coast News that a more complete set of plans had now been  made available to council which  had not been available at the  public hearing and this persuaded him to change his vote.  Chamber dinner  The Annual General Meeting of the Gibsons and District  Chamber of Commerce will be held on September 22 at Andy's Restaurant.  Bill Hughes, President of Howe Sound Pulp and Paper,  will address the meeting. He will discuss the forest industry's  impact on the local economy.  Tickets are $14 and are available through the Chamber Office at 886-2325.  Km.  1 i u  MM  \^_W^^^^   ,t,memm*m��**mmmi  PHkhoolI  WWi  p. t_m*mm.  LilN  ^k\W~^%W\    M  k>n  Jm      if  FT3  i    *v7'  1 ���      '  o    gsi  ������ 18  "f%  UptsM.',        -"���  ���jjBj  Summer vacation is just a memory for ihese Pender Harbour  Secondary students boarding the school bus after their first week of  ���Myrtle Winchester pholo  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945 Coast News, September 12,1988  f*  ��  In conflict?  Let us begin by observing that propriety in process is not  recommended because one is opposed to any project or  any specific developer.  To be specific, we have no doubt that the Marina Place  retirement project is an excellent project, filling a need intermediary between leaving a home and garden that are  difficult to maintain and entering a care facility.  Having said that, there were some aspects to the  September 6 meeting of Gibsons Council that raise questions of propriety.  First, there is the anomaly of Alderman Norm Peterson  who left the special meeting held on August 23 to discuss  the project, presumably because he was in conflict of interest.  On September 6 Peterson was in the chair in the absence  of the mayor and, though he did not vote, a videotape of  the meeting indicates that he virtually cajoled Alderman  Dixon inlo making the motion thai brought the subject  back to the table and insisted that the planner make some  remarks that could give some justification for the vote  reversal.  If Alderman Peterson was in conflict on August 23 he  was assuredly in conflict again on September 6.  Alderman Reynolds deserves congratulations for the  clarity with which he grasps the fact that any new information provided after a public hearing is invalid unless it  comes also before the public at a new public hearing.  The staff of the Town of Gibsons know this and should  so have advised their council. A slight discrepancy in the  official minutes as to the sequence of events is also cause  for concern.  The Marina Place proposal would have no serious setback if another public hearing had been held. The need for  propriety is for the defence of elected officials, not to  punish proposed developments.  When Alderman Peterson was under attack some time  back for conflict of interest, we refrained from comment,  believing that the alderman was simply misled by his enthusiastic concern for the direction that town development  was taking.  In the case of the September 6 meeting he seemed wilfully in conflict - and that is a very serious matter indeed.  Answer the mail  Alderman Bob Wilson accuses Tom Meredith of politicking, that is seeking office, in his appearance before  Sechelt Council on the Sechelt Marsh issue.  If Alderman Wilson and his colleagues had been 'politicking' while holding office, that is responding to the concerns of the electorate, the special meeting on Sechelt  Marsh would not have been necessary.  Is it too much to ask the District Municipality to answer  its mail?  5 YEARS AQO  Regional Board Chairman Lorraine Goddard describes  as 'Insulting' to local politicians the actions of the B.C.  Ferry Corporation. At a meeting last week to discuss  reductions in ferry service much of the time was spent  discussing a reduction to six ferries per day, though a  crew member told Goddard earlier in the week that there  were to be seven and the schedule had already been set.  When pressed at the meeting by the mayor of Powell River,  Board Chairman Stu Hodgson finally admitted that seven  sailings were possible and drew from his briefcase the  schedule of seven sailings.  In the midst of the worst recession since the 1930's  Finance Chairman Bill Edney tells council that taxes In arrears In the Town of Gibsons total $276,223.  After protracted negotiations Regional Board Chairman  Lorraine Goddard and Sechelt Indian Band Chief Stan Dixon sign a $430,000 agreement for the extension of the  Sechelt sewer system to the Indian Band Lands.  10 YEARS AGO  MLA Don Lockstead has a meeting with Minister of  Highways Alex Fraser on the Sunshine Coast recently to  discuss various highway and ferry problems affecting the  15 YEARS AGO  The 'S' bend between Gibsons and Seaview Cemetery  on Highway 101 Is to be eliminated this fall.  20 YEARS AGO  Ferry authority officials report a busy weekend with  overloads returning to Horseshoe Bay starting about 11  am on Monday morning. Traffic continued heavy until the  last load which was cleaned up at 11 pm.  30 YEARS AGO  A Gibsons couple who were fishing last Thursday morning near Bowen Island were shocked to discover they had  netted an 18-foot shark.  35 YEARS AQO  Last Friday night two horses were killed when run Into  by a truck on the Sechelt highway about a mile and a half  west of Gibsons.  40 YEARS AGO  The luxury ship Prince George will replace the damaged  Prince Rupert September 13 on the Vancouver-Ketchlkan  run. The Prince Rupert was damaged near Sechelt last  Saturday.  The Sunshine  ���im ut i  Publiahed by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editorial: John Burnside  Production: Advertising:  Jan Schuks Fran Burnside  Bonnie McHeffey        John Gilbert  Bev Cranston Liz Tarabochia  The Sunshine COAST NEWS Is a locally owned newspaper, published on the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by Glassford Press  Ltd., Box 480, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel 888-2622 or  888-7817; Sechelt Tel. 885-3930. Second Class Mall Registration No.  4702.  The Sunshine COAST NEWS Is protected by copyright and reprodue-  Hon of any part of It by any means Is prohibited unless permission In  writing Is first secured from Qlasslord Preaa Ltd., holders of the  copyright. SUBSCRIPTION RATES  b Canada: 1 year $��; 6 montha 120; Foreign; 1 year 140  jj3fc3  ^v*^^lk_ n  ��� vi  i^LflMil  I     Will thp real 3nljn ulurnrr plraap stand up ?  mWi  PS  fpHff>                              ^-^kjfc*  ol  ol  A     Ol  &���'*                                                      __^^__^^t^_>-      '            J_  ^r (a  c��,  _______                                                                                                                                             \^           VajUaLr                                  ^^^fc Wlf^^^B  IjjjL  ':\   Jj  It^a^a^aV ^sWMr^am.                                 ^^^1       ^^^^    ^1           _____t^S____l^_t*_V ^_W_t__^Wtt$              -__^_^_^r_^_m                     _^_^_r  , ^ W:-%&  Maryanne's Viewpoint  'Progress' is a point of view  by Maryanne West  Some years ago Vancouver's  North Shore was forest-clad  down to the shoreline, there  were a few village settlements  like Dunderave and Ambleside,  for the most part summer cottages served by a ferry.  Then the Lions Gate bridge  was built to open up the land  holdings known as British Properties and Progress took over.  'You can't stop Progress' was  the accepted wisdom and it was  considered by most people to be  wholly good and desirable.  The Sunshine Coast has been ,��  spared that sort of exponential'  exploitation of the environment  by the barrier of Howe Sound,  but even the limited development over the past 30 years has  not been an unalloyed blessing.  There has been a price to pay,  for blacktopped roads, reliable  hydro service, a central  hospital, and more opportunities to buy more than one  needs.  When we first came here only  the highway was blacktopped;  hydro blackouts were not infrequent; we shared party line  telephone service with about 15  other families and waler came  from a well and was pumped up  to the house.  I think I appreciate a reliable  water supply as much as  anything, blacktop is nice too  In a nutshell  and we'd miss it now, but we  look back with nostalgia on  hydro blackouts, especially at  Christmas with the turkey in the  oven! It was a challenge to one's  creativity and ability to cope.  Talking about the party line  someone remembered how  waiting to get on the line encouraged patience and tolerance  of one's neighbour's peccadillos. It also provided us with  conference facilities as we could  talk with several neighbours  together and the local operator  gave us answering service and  relayed urgent messages.  No one locked their doors  day or night; money for the  paper boy or bread or milk  delivery was left in the mail box;  the only vandalism occurred at  Hallowe'en when gates or mail  boxes had a habit if disappearing into the surrounding bush;  the unwritten law of the beach  was honoured by everyone and  we knew everyone within a mile  or two radius from the house.  There was plenty of wildlife  along the beach too, deer, otter,  mink, chipmunks and in the  winter big flocks of ducks of all  sorts. The spring pre-migration  gathering of scoter would  decorate the sea like black lace  from the Franklin Road beach  out to Salmon Rock and I  remember watching 25-30 killer  whales frolicking in Shoal  Channel, breaching and smacking their tails on the water.  There are stil1 small groups of  scoter and golden eye but this  last two summers even the purple starfish which used to crowd  into the shady recesses between  the rocks at low tide are hard to  find.  All this wasn't a hundred  years ago, merely a little more  than a generation.  Walter Hardwick warns us  that within the next generation  we will be facing an enormous  population explosion - overflow  from the Lower Mainland.  But David Suzuki also warns  us that we have only another  generation to learn to live as an  integral part of the natural environment or the results of what  we have hallowed as Progress  will threaten not only the starfish but human survival on this  planet as well.  The Ball Poem  What is the boy now, mho has lost his ball,  What, what Is he to do? I saw It go  Merrily bouncing, down the street, and then  Merrily over - there It is in the water!  No use to say "O there an other balls":  An ultimate shaking grief fixes the boy  As he stands rigid, trembling, staring down  All his young days Into the harbour where  His ball went. I would not intrude on him,  A dime, another ball, Is worthless. Now  He senses first responsibility  In a world of possessions. People will take balls,  Balls will be lost always, little boy,  And no one buys a ball back. Money Is external  He Is learning, well behind his desperate eyes,  The epistemology of loss, how to stand up  Knowing what every man must one day know  And most know many days, how to stand up.  And gradually light returns to the street,  A whistle blows, the ball Is out of sight,  Soon part of me will explore the deep and dark  Floor of the harbour.../ am everywhere,  1 suffer and move, my mind and my heart move  With all that move me, under the water  Or whistling, I am not a little boy.  John Berryman  Pilots of the Purple Twilight  by S. Nutter  One of the best, though  perhaps the least 'posh', parties  of the year used to take place  about this time annually at the  Frontenac Hotel in Quebec City. This was the annual convention, or jamboree or rout of the  Bush Pilots of Canada, who  were not, when I think, any  kind of formal Association.  The party was funded largely  by the oil companies, particularly Imperial and Shell, and  featured a couple of rollicking  dinners and the 'Mocassin  Dance', a vigorous affair and a  sight to see in the grand  ballroom of the Frontenac.  I was at this bash one year  when doing a film history of flying in Canada. The bush pilots  were of course so much of the  story, and yet to catch the  oldtimers at that time would  have involved flitting about all  .over the country and a lot of  organization. The convention at  the Frontenac seemed a great  opportunity.  I had a camera and small  crew set up in an upper room  and thought, naively enough, to  simply steer one after another in  and winkle out his bit of the  history. Fat chance. The party  was the thing. Sure, they'd say,  glad to tell you anything, look  me up in Camrose,  Saskat  chewan, anytime, anytime. Or  Yellowknife, come to the big  bar, they'll all know me. I  caught (hree in all, plucked  from bed al about ten in the  morning, encouraged with a  morning glass into a lumberjack  shirt or whatever; pretty bleary  eyed stuff, but we used some of  it.  Their's is a great story of  course but at that time not  much told. The first book had  been from Philip Godsell, called  'Pilots of the Purple Twilight'.  Godsell was a big black bearded  English type who was Hudson's  Bay Company inspector  through the NWT and wrote a  lot in that excellent magazine  the 'Beaver'.  I had the good fortune to  meet him in Fort Garry, south  of Winnipeg, at age sixteen.  Fort Garry then was mostly  woods along the winding Red  river. I rambled in the woods  and so did he. It came that we  would walk along together once  in a while and he would tell me  tales of his years up the  Mackenzie.  He had me back to his house  and offered rum (I was tall for  my age). He took a cut glass jug  down into the cellar. One of his  perks on retiring from the 'Bay'  was a barrel of Factor's rum,  replenishable when empty. Talk  about golden eggs.  Among the reminiscences of  the flyers themselves, which  came along later, was one from  Wop May I think, remembering  that when you flew into  Godsell's post, and were circling  about looking for a place to  land, what you wondered was  whether Philip or his wife currently had custody of the key to  the rum locker.  I met original bush pilots first  in the war. We had three, including our OC on a flying boat  squadron then in Halifax. My  first operational flight, as  navigator, was with one of  these, Tommy Mahon, known  as The Mahone. We were to go  three hundred miles or so south  to meet a convoy.  Less than halfway there he  called me up and pointed to a  dim band of.cloud on the  horizon. "No good," he said,  "that stuff will be right down  on the drink. May as well go  home!" I gave him a course,  but a bit later he called on the  intercom, "Look, we've lots of  time. Give me a course for  Isaac's Harbour."  We landed on the bay and anchored off the village. A dory  came out as if by appointment.  A jug of rum and a sack of  lobsters came aboard.  Mahone's man, Atkinson the  engineer, had a pot boiling on  the stove. We went up and sat  on the wing in the sun. Atkinson, an agile type, standing on  my charts, handed up lobsters.  Unquestionably this was a way  to live, but I knew I'd have to  cover him at the de-briefing. I  did, but didn't fly with him  again.  Mahone, soon after, was  posted to Quill Lake, the salt  flats of Northern Saskatchewan. En route he stopped  off in Ottawa and went to the  Headquarters mess. Leaving the  mess someone barrelled into  him. Mahone hit out and looked down at a Group Captain.  They let him out of their air  force; but a few months later he  arrived in Gander, where we'd  moved, wearing a kind of  mauve suit, smoking a big cigar,  and flying Liberators to  England for Ferry Command at  a thousand dollars a trip.  The last I saw of Mahone was  in Sault St. Marie. I hadn't been  there before and was standing  on a corner looking about. A  funeral cortege was coming up  the street. As the hearse drew  abreast the window rolled  down. A big bowler hatted head  poked out, and a remembered  voice bawled over the street,  "Hiya Nut." His father had  died and left him the business.  He was certainly the most  unlikely undertaker I have  known.  ���As^H Coast News, September 12,1988  Trower's piece brings back memories  Editor:  What a treat to read Peter  Trower's account of a recent  trip up the Bridge River. My  mind has been taken over by  recollections of my first arrival  to that beautiful, peaceful valley  in 1957.1 had acquired a job as  a 'mucker' at Bralorne and had  arrived 12 days after highschool  graduation in Montreal. Minimum age for working underground was 21 years, so I had  darkened my chin to close the  four year gap.  In the summer of '59 the big  dam which forms Carpenter  Lake was nearing completion as  was the gravel 'high' road. Minto, the then ghost town, was  destined to be under water, as  was the old mine works. My  friend, Moose, and I spent  many hours in Minto enjoying  the solitude and the mysteries of  the whereabouts of the people  who built and inhabited that  once-thriving community. Who  would care for the graves of the  desparted when they were 20  feet under water?  One cool fall Sunday, Moose  and I went into a cluster of  homes and nailed down the  tables and chairs, spiked down  the plates and cups and put  stones in the soup bowls. What  fun! We had visions of ar-  cheologists ushering their  students among the silted digs,  explaining the sudden flood that  caught the thriving town asleep.  Institute hall should be sought  Editor's Note: A copy of the  following letter has been received for publication.  Mayor Diane Strom  Members Gibsons Town  Council, Box 340  Gibsons, B.C.  RE: School District 46  Maintenance Shop Building  I am writing to express the  point of view of the Sunshine  Coast Economic Development  Commission (SCEDC), with  regard to the above-mentioned  building.  At the July 8, 1988 meeting  of the EDC, there was unanimous support for Mr. Fred In-  Navy League meets  Editor:  This year the Navy League of  Canada will meet at the new  location of Gibsons Legion Hall  on the new night of Wednesdays from 6:30 pm to 9 pm.  Contrary to some beliefs, the  Navy League does not offer  military training. This organization is for boys and girls 10 to  13 years of age. We teach  discipline, self-pride and pride  in one's country. Our main objective is boating safety and  water-related classes.  This year's first registration  will be September 7 at the Gibsons Legion Hall. Registration  is accepted year-round, so those  turning 10 years of age can join  anytime after their 10th birthday.  Parents and interested  children are welcome to come  and observe during regular  parade nights.  This is a non-profit, self-  supporting organization and  any donations are greatly appreciated and accepted.  Inquiries can be made by  contacting Tom Gregorchuk at  886-2079 or by writing to Gibsons Navy League, Box 1121,  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0.  Tom Gregorchuk  Ministry moves  Editor's Note: A copy of the  following letter was received for  publication.  Mr. T.A. Bruce  R.R. 2 Beach Avenue  Gibsons, B.C.  Thank you for your letter of  July 4, 1988, regarding signing  at the pullout lane on Rat Portage Hill.  I have had my local staff  review the situation, and signs  indicating   'Slow   Vehicles/-  lmpeding Others/Please Use  Pullout' will be installed in advance of the pullout lane in the  near future.  I trust this will address your  concern. I appreciate having  this matter brought to the attention of my Ministry.  Yours sincerely  Neil Vant, Minister  Ministry of  Transportation and Highways  Diabetes report  Editor:  Please publish this on behalf  of the Sunshine Coast Branch  of the Canadian Diabetes  Association.  The winner of the 1988  Diabetes Bike-a-Thon was Mrs.  Els Mercer who raised $833.52.  She won the mountain bike and  also a Sony Walkman which  was the third prize provincially  in the adult category. The total  amount raised was $2,003.42.  Many thanks to all the participants and to our volunteers,  Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Baird and  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tierny. Also  many thanks to Neil Clayton at  Shop-Easy for supplying the hot  dogs and pop and displaying the  bike and to all the other merchants who allowed us to post  our posters.  Gail Wilson  Secretary-Treasurer  Foreshore concern  Editor:  Loss of our foreshores is an  issue that must demand our immediate attention and involvement.  It is an issue that does not  solely involve nor concern only  those individuals primarily interested in promoting and  enhancing their own particular  interests, lifestyles or monetary  gains, especially those individuals seeking to fill their  own pockets with the profits  derived from the sale of their  properties shortly after having  been granted foreshore rights,  profits that were derived at our  expense.  Foreshore is an issue that  concerns and involves each and  everyone of us. The foreshores  are our heritage, yours and  mine, and they must be protected and preserved by us now  and in the future so that you  and I, and future generations,  may also enjoy and cherish such  a precious gift. We cannot stand  idly by watching our foreshores  slowly being devoured by these  individuals because, in the end,  we will be the losers.  Please, I urge you, make your  voice heard. Express your con  cerns at your next Property  Owners' Association meeting.  Write letters to your local  regional and municipal offices,  and watch the newspapers for  notices affecting our foreshores.  Joan Marlon  Thanks  Editor:  On behalf of the children and  volunteers at the 1988 season of  Camp Goodtimes, I would like  to express our deep appreciation  for your generous support.  Camp Goodtimes hosted  over 70 children with a history  of cancer for 10 days; many  businesses and residents provided contributions of several  kinds to help make the camp a  success.  We would all like to thank  the people of the Sunshine  Coast for their continued  warmth and support for the  camp, and, especially, for the  campers!  Anna Girard  More letters  on page 18  Sunahlna Coaat  PEST CONTROL LTD   graayw Rd.    Panttar Harbour. BC   VON 2H0  LOCALLY OPERATED  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  UNMARKED VEHICLES  For control of carpenter anfa, rodent* ft other pests  Our Perimeter Treatment  Cuts down on the invasion  of crawling Insects  For Confidential   ,,��� -_���  Advice & Estimates  883-2531  OUR SPECIALTY ��� Preti-eatment ot houses under construct Ion I  %&__  tructlonl    ^'      I  glis' proposal to designate the  building, currently being used as  the School District 46  Maintenance Shop, as a  heritage building and we recommend that the building be  returned to community use.  There could be complementary uses for this building with  the Gibsons Landing Theatre  Project as a rehearsal hall. In  addition it would make an excellent lecture theatre. From an  We even left a little tin box with  $20 in coins and bills and a  grocery list complete with  prices. A leather strap was tied  to the hitching post outside the  general store (the attached horse  having bolted and swam to  higher ground).  The memories seem like  yesterday even though its 30  years later.  Tim Frizzell  Whistler  economic development standpoint, the building would add  significant infrastructure to  both the arts and tourism sectors. We also understand this  building was originally used as a  community hall for residents of  Gibsons.  Your cooperation of our  point of view in this regard is  appreciated.  Wm. H. Moore  Economic Development Officer  *2fjl ALLIED.  The Careful Movers  STORAGE  ��� 10,000 sq. ft. of heated, gov't approved storage.  ��� Dust-free storage in closed wooden pallets.  LEI WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local A Long Distance Moving  HWV. 101.6HS0MS  Pender Harbour customers      aas �����*>���  please CALL COLLECT OlB'ZBH  Musings valued  Editor:  Thank you for 'Musings' of  last week and your report on the  BBC film on the life of the  Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, and.  also the book With Brendan  Behan by Peter Arthurs.  Musings has rendered our  community a great service in  reminding us of those two  brilliant men.  We are retaining our copy of  Musings of September 5 and  suggest those who may have not  read their copy, may ask for a  spare.  Here again we witness great  people bearing their souls for  their fellows who have become  enslaved by booze and those  who continue to profit by its  sale.  Dylan   Thomas   cries   in  sadness:  "Do not go gentle into  that good night,  Old age should burn and rave  at close of day;  Rage, rage against the dying  ofthellghtl"  How   true,   'The   pen   is  mightier than the sword.'  E.W. Davies  JOYVSMITtf,  . .   . IformCTjy of SUPERSHAPE SKIN CARE)  .    '. .j iJtjBuld like to thank all her  "*    clients for their support over  '*T'  v   ��/''* 'ast ^ve years  Joy would like to introduce  COAST IMAGES *  her new venture in  QUALITY, PROFESSIONAL SKIN CARE  fully operational at  885-9386  ,.  ��� FACIALS  ��� PEDICURES  ��� MANICURES  ��� FULL BODY RELAXATIi  ��� .WAXING ��� JACUZZF  Call Now For Your Appointment  885-9386  urn  ESCORT  YEAR END SALE  1988 ESCORT L 2-D00R  (STKH87-3820)  ��� Cloth Bucket Seats  ��� Rear Window Defroster  ��� Tinted Glass  ��� AM/FM Stereo  ��� 1.9 Litre Fuel Injected Engine  ��� 4-Speed Manual Overdrive Transmission  9 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM  00  PRICE  9821  DISCOUNT    S1366����  SALE PRICE  8455  00  Freight included, rebate already deducted, sales tax extra.    HURRY IN NOW!  We're Sharpening Our  Pencils!  OUR PRICES WILL NOT BE BEAT!  SOUTHCOASTFORD  tORI) ��� IIIMCOIN ��� MfRCllHY  Quality is Job 1  mtmr^  YOU ASKED FOR IT SO WE GOT IT!  ��� Free Oil Changes & Lube For Life (except ml diesel)  ��� Lifetime Service Guarantee  ��� Service Loaners For Life  Another Customer Service From South Coast Ford  Wharf Rd., Sechelt 885-3281  Van. Toll Free 684-2911 MDL 5936 Coast News, September 12,1988  Air Canada Hearts of Gold winners  Seven more golden hearts  Air Canada in Vancouver in  October.  Five thousand awards were  made across Canada through  community newspapers. National winners will be later announced.  Larry Labonte has been  mayor of Gibsons twice, was  active in forming and maintaining the Athletic Association,  helped to build the parks in Gibsons and has been active for  over 20 years in the Port Mellon  Union executive. His friends  report that "over the last 30  years, Larry Labonte has given  more time to this community  than any other person to make  this a better place to live."  LARRY LABONTE  Seven more local recipients of  Air Canada's Hearts of Gold  Award have been announced.  They, and those previously announced, will be honoured by  ROMAN CATHOLIC  Classes of  RELIGION  For Grades K-7  All Welcome  For Information Contact:   GIBSONS   Mrs. Wilson      886-7718  -SECHELT-  Mrs. Walker      885-5734   PENDER HARBOUR   Mrs.Amaral      883-9139  CATHOLIC  EDUCATION  ��� imiliuimmj  PAULINE LAWSON  Pauline Lawson teaches  stroke victims how to painl, is a  charter member of the local  hospice movement and is a  volunteer staff member of  Camp Goodtimes. A well-  known artist, she has made gifts  of many of her paintings to St.  Mary's Hospital and other local  agencies. To quote the 30  friends who nominated her,  "Pauline's cheerful and encouraging disposition has been  a source of inspiration to all  who meet her."  Grace Rutherford of Halfmoon Bay has for years been an  active member of St. Mary's  Hospital Auxiliary, works for  the Cancer Society and is a  member of the Eastern Star.  She was postmistress at Halfmoon Bay for 27 years, and has  always been ready to help  neighbours and friends in  countless ways.  ANGLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  St. Columbd of lona Parish  8835 Redroofis Rd., Halfmoon Bay  The Rev'd E.S. Gale: 1-525-6760  Information: 885-7088  "Prayer Book Anglican"   tt��.+   THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services  GIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15am  SundaySchool 11:15am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool _ 9:30am  Rev. Alex G. Reid  Church Telephone B86-2333  -J��a��a*-  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:15 am,  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm in homes  Wednesday Bible  Study 7:30 pm in homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Pastor  885-7488  ALL WELCOME   *��.��.*   ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S  & ST. AIDAN'S  ANGLICAN CHURCHES  Parish Family Eucharist  Church School 10 am  St. Aidan's, R.C. Road 6:30 pm  First Sunday in month during  summer  Rev. I.E. Robinson, 886-B436  -��*��-  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road, Gibsons  SundaySchool 9:30 AM  Morning Worship Service 11 AM  Interim Pastor  Arthur Willis  Arlys Peters, Minister of Music  Church Office- 886-2611   a��.����   . GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in Worship  Prayer Sun.  9:30 AM  Morning Worship Sun. 10:00 AM  Wednesday 7:00 PM  599 Gower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  THE SECHELT PARISH  of the ANGLICAN CHURCH  dST. HILDA'S (Sechelt)  8 am      Holy Communion  9:30 am       Family Service  ST. ANDREW'S (Madeira Park)  11:30 am BB5-5019  Rev. June Maffin  .*.��>.*  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  Morning Worship 10:00 am  Prayer & Bible Study  Wednesday, 7:30 pm  Vacation Bible School,  August I5th-I9th.  Ages 2-7. Preregisler now.  B83-2374 S, 883-9441  Pastor Mike Klassen  Affiliated with the Penlecostal  Assemblies of Canada  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  New Church building on  School Road - opp. RCMP  Pastor Ted Boodle  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Bible Study  Weds, at 7:30 pm  Phone  886-9482 or 886-7107  Affiliated with the  Pentecostal Assemblies  of Canada  -�������*-  THE SALVATION ARMY  Next to Langdale Ferry  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 10:30 am  Pickup For Sunday School  In Gibsons Area  Phone 886-9759 or 886-3761  John & Bev Studiman  We Extend A  Warm Welcome To All  rebuilt, and, for the past five  years, he has operated a hatchery under the Salmon  Enhancement Program.  JOHN DENHAM  John Denham is very active  in hockey and minor softball on  the Sunshine Coast. His  nominator says that Denham's  superb organizing and coaching  skills have involved about 200  families in the fun of these  sporls, and that he 'is always  ready to take that extra step to  ensure that a community event  is a success'.  BETH SNOWDEN  Beth Snowden is described by  her friends as a cheerful,  positive person who constantly  helps friends and neighbours,  with no thought of recognition.  Come Leam With Us!!!  Continuing  Education  School District 46  will be in Gibsons at  SUNNYCREST MALL  This  Saturday,  Sept. 17  Noon to 3 pm  Register for that course'  you've always wanted  to take  Chat with some of  our instructors  View the displays  We accept CASH. CHEQUES or VISA)  BILL CHINNICK  Bill Chinnick's friends say,  "His constant willingness to extend himself to others has, over  Ihe years, served as a real  catalyst lo all of us." When the  Granthams wharf was going to  be abandoned several years ago,  he saved it for the community  and had il reconstructed. It was  through Bill's efforts that the  Granthams water system was  BELINDA MACLEOD  Belinda MacLeod has  devoted thousands of volunteer  hours to the arts community of  the Sunshine Coast. She has  been instrumental in having  local artists represented at the  Assembly of B.C. Councils'  "Images and Objects VI" Art  Festival in Kimberley this year,  and, say her friends, "her house  is open for all artists and her  coffee pot is on all the time."  Announcing a new  Minibus schedule  The Sunshine Coast Regional  District and Sunshine Coast  Community Services Society announce a new Minibus schedule  effective Monday, September  12. The new schedule maintains  four round trips between  Sechelt and Gibsons Monday to  Thursday, and three round trips  on Friday.  The route is also expanded to  serve West Sechelt (three trips  Monday to Thursday and two  on Friday), and will make a circle route in Lower Gibsons  (three trips Monday to Thursday and two on Friday).  The Minibus serves both the  disabled and the public. Disabl  ed passengers are asked to  register and reserve trips at least  24 hours in advance by phoning  the Dispatcher at 885-5881.  Public passengers ride on a  space available basis and may  flag down the Minibus along its  regular route.  In Sechelt, the new bus stop is  on Trail Avenue by Trail Bay  Mall. In Gibsons, the bus stop  remains at the Municipal Parking Lot on Gower Point Road.  Please see the complete new  schedule on the Suncoast  Transportation Schedules on  Page 19. The schedule will also  appear on Community Television Channel 11.  BOY  SCOUTS  A  SCOUTS CANADA  Registration for Beavers, Cubs and Scouts in  the Sunshine Coast District Boy Scouts of  Canada will take place at the following locations and dates:  PENDER HARBOUR  Madeira Pk. Elem. School Library  Mon. * Tues.        3:00pm  Sept. 19 & 20  HALFMOON BAY  Welcome Beach Hall  Thurs., Sept. 15    7:00pm  WEST SECHELT  West Sechelt Elem. School Gym  TUBS., Sept. 13        7:00 pm  SECHELT  Bethel Baplisl Church  Mon., Sept. 12  Beavets - 3:30 pm  Cubs & Scouts - 7:00 pm  ROBERTS CREEK  Roberts Creek School  Community Use Room  Tues., Sept. 13      7:00pm  GIBSONS  Elphinstone High School  TUBS., Sept. 13        6:30 pm  = Parents or Guardian Requested to Attend  = LEADERS REQUIRED =====  COAST NEWS Photo  Reprints  Any published photo or your  choice from the contact sheets  5x7    $6��'  8x10    9��'  TOURIST AND RECREATION GUIDE  ltU*$4 % Va  =TALEWIND BOOKS2  ��� Maps ��� Aerial Photos ol Sechell  ��� Greeting Cards ��� Books  ��� Indian Carvings ��� Posl Cards  885-2527  rail Ave, nt'xt I<i Tr.  il H.iy Spurn  HOURS   9:30-5:30  Mon ��� Sat  WAKEFIELD TENNIS CLUB  Next to the Wakefield Inn - on the beach  Pay As You Play  VISITORS WELCOME - INDOOR COURTS  885-7666  ft  INLET CRUISES M.V. Tioonle  I INLAND SEA, SKOOKUMCHUCK RAPIDS,-  PRINCtSS LOUISA INLET  With 5moked Salmon BBQ Lunch At  Narrows Inlet Recreation Area  Reservations & Information: 885-9802, 8B5-2515, 885-3100  SUNSHINE COAST  Golf & Country Club  Vear 'round 9 hole course  Coffee Shop & Lounge Area  VISITORS WELCOME  h��> mi,Knii.'ftsc������,���!, 885-9212  Come  Down  &  Browse  Fine Art - Art Supplies ��� Gifts  ^GALLERY  'cusTomr  FRAMING  .886-9211  r Point Rd , ditis  . Umlmij  886-9213  -i-  SED FITNESS CENTRE  STAN DIXON - 885-7391  Free Weights - 2 Universals  Dumbbells - 2 Dry Saunas  9:00 pm  $30 per month - $3 for drop-in use of facilities  ".ARCTIC FACTS"  GALLERY  Pretente unique carving:  wmtlhmnging* and artwork*  created by the Inult  and Coaetat Indian*  Tin- Notlh, |u�� in our back yard, hart come aiW. ivvvalnnj a world tetmiilQ wilh lilt, a land wilt .1  dlVttH cultural Ii.'in.nil' and an inirflftlC people wilh DM loot In a rich \>n.l and tin- nllii't keepmtj  pact> with tin1 twentieth cenluiv  "@  m.  :i,tii,���,s Landing Ibahind Pabbles hVnllyl  Featuring SHOWCASES and PEDESTALS  From "ART GLASS bv JUNE" open:  24 hour Charter line  886-8341   onN$$*  '58 PRINCESS LOUISA CRUISE Egmont. 10am  M2/hr SALMON FISHING CHARTERS  30 Boits-Glbsons-P. Hirbour-Powill River  '3 MOLLY'S REACH TOURS Daily 1:30 Gibsons  '27 SKOOKUMCHUK & ISLAND CRUISES Daily & By Request  WILSON CREEK CAMP GROUND  HEATED POOL - FULL HOOKUPS ���  CAMPING - GROCERIES - LAUNDROMAT  On Hwy 101 At Wilson Creek Ph. 885-5937  Sunshine Coast  Tours & Charters  449 Manna Drive. Qlbaona (Beside Dockaide Phermacy)  ��� HELLY HANSEN & MUSTANG  OUTDOOR WEAR  ��� MARINE BATTERIES  DCHARTS& BOOKS  Wattrfront, Qlbaona  GIBSONS marina  .Aafavaa Coast News, September 12,1988 5.  Back to school at Gibsons Elementary seems to be a joyous occasion. Principal Vern Wishlove is shown  here with a group of students. -Vera Elliott photo  At the Harmony Hall  by Frankie Christoffersen  The first general meeting of  the fall season was held on  Tuesday, September 6.  Several activities are planned  for everyone's enjoyment in the  coming months, the first is  September 24, the 'Fall Opening  Event', with Nikki Weber and  her group. There will be entertainment and a dance starting at  8:30 pm, with light refreshments served.  For tickets phone one of  these numbers: 886-3504,  886-9628, 886-9513 or 886-9058.  October 29 there is another  pub night planned and details of  this event will be available soon.  The Christmas dinner this year  will be held Friday, December  9.  Some other activities at the  hall have already started, including Friday Fun Night with  crib and whist so come to the  hall every Friday at 7:30 pm.  There will be a day trip on  Monday, September 19 to the  historic Transportation Centre  at Cloverdale and also a big trip  to Reno from November 26 to  December 3, so phone 886-3504  to help us fill the buses and enjoy the trips.  A tribute was paid to Marge  Leslie for her dedication as  secretary and for the many  other duties performed by her  over the past many years. She  will be leaving on an extended  holiday shortly and we wish her  Ihe best.  The next executive meeting is  Monday, September 26 at 9:30  am, and the next general  meeling is Monday, October 3  at 1:30 pm.  Save this column or jol down  these dates on your calendar for  future reference.  Bingo still continues al the  hall every Thursday at 7:15 so  come to Ihe hall and see how  your luck is.  Park hi-jinks  Hikers in Cliff Gilker Park  last Wednesday were startled to  see about 30 people, short and  tall, racing down the paths in  white pajamas.  The kind-hearted may have  thought il was a fraternity in-  LOAN SALE  For a limiled lime only (September 15 to October 31, 1988)  we are offering REDUCED RATES on our popular  Variable Rate Personal Loans  ��� Minimum loan $5,000  ��� $10,000 new money if re-financing  existing Royal Bank advances.  ��� Rates as low as the Base Rate  (currently 11.25%)  ROYAL BAN K  Trail Bay Mall,  Sechell 885-2201  Sunnycrest Mall,  Cibsons 886-220I  itiation of some sort, the more  suspicious probably thought an  insane asylum had dropped off  its residents, as these white-  garbed apparitions fought with  trees and ran over logs, punching the air.  In fact, it was the Sunshine  Coasl Shito-Ryu Itosukai  Karate Club out for its  summer's end foresl practice.  From five years old to adults,  Ihe 'karateke' (karate students)  took to Ihe trails, practicing  defense techniques againsl  suspicious-looking trees and  other students who waited in  hiding.  Shito-Ryu karate is one of 47  styles of karate taught ir. North  America. It is one of the closest  to the style taught for 150 years  in Japan, combining a spiritual  and physical discipline.  Fall registration for classes  will be held in Trail Bay Mall  and Sunnycrest Mall between 11  am and 2 pm on Saturday,  September 24.  Jeannie's  SEMI-ANNUAL  Jewelry Repair Event  Are the claws worn thin?  Are the side stones secure?  Is the centre stone secure?  Is the shank worn thin?  i  Special Savings Now In Effect  thru Saturday, October 1  IF YOU'VE  ANSWERED YES TO ANY  OF THESE QUESTIONS, NOW'S  YOUR CHANCE TO HAVE YOUR RINi  REPAIRED AT SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS.11  Claws Checked & Karat Cold  jewelry Cleaned FREE  CLAW Reg. Price  RETIPPING      f(ir 4 c,aws  Diiyf Made Smaller  sizing   Now $8  Reg  Price $12  Sale $26  for 4 claws  Made Larger  $10-$14  Re��. (16-S20  KARAT GOLD CHAIN SOLDER  Reg. Price $10       StllC $6  shanks   By Estimate  EXCLUSIVE MEMBER OF  s aifts 4 Owns  a*** Mt.2023  fl  100% Locally Owned & Operated  Sunnycrest Mall.  Gibsons  IN EVERY WAY  Prices effective:  Mon., Sept. 12  to Sun., Sept. 18  OPEN  9:30 am ��� 6:00 pm  Fridays 'till 9:00 pm  Sundays 11:00 am ��� 5:00 pm  Fresh ��� Grade 'A' ��� Whole  FRYING  CHICKEN  With A Minimum  $25 Order  *9  2.16  lb.  Cut Into Chops ��� Quarter  PORK  LOIN  kg 5.05  Ib.  Seafood ��� Fresh Fillets  SNAPPER���mi  Foremost ��� 4 Varieties ��� Fruit  DRINKS  lb.  .41  Oven Fresh ��� Kaiser  BUNS  White or Whole Wheat  WONDER  BREAD  B.C. Grown ��� Early  POTATOES .26  B.C. Hot House  TOMATOES t.i.72  B.C. Grown ��� Long English  CUCUMBERS  i DELI SPECIALS;  Freybe ��� Black Forest/Pepper  HAMwogm  Freybe ��� Montreal Smoked  PASTRAMI MEAT     wogm  Kohler's ��� Fine/Coarse/Herb   100 gm  vLIVER SAUSAGE  %����� m *m m m m m m m m  Crisco  SHORTENING  Robin Hood ��� Quick/Wild  OATS  1.36 kg  2.25 kg  Robin Hood  PIE CRUST  MIX  3.49  2.97  1.77  .98  2.29  2.59  1.79  *s -69  gm i99  ib* ��� ��� ������  ..78  **.  eOO Coast News, September 12,1988  George    in    Gibsons  Museum deserves our support  by George Cooper, 886-S520  "We just had a bus load of  visitors from Seattle", said Jennifer Hopkins who has been  working this summer in the  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum.  Both she and Eileen McKibbin  of Sechelt are employees of the  museum this summer under a  Challenge 88 program.  Tarn Johnson, president of  the museum society for the past  three years, says that the  museum will be open Saturdays  and Sundays this fall and  winter. "We'll open, too, for  any group that requests a visit  during the week" said Tarn.  He added that school groups  are encouraged to attend. Call  him at 886-9757.  "We can send a volunteer  worker to any classroom to give  the pupils an introductory look  at some of our artifacts and to  tell them what they can see  when they do tour the museum  itself' said Tarn.  "The only way to preserve a  record of our history here on  the Sunshine Coast is to gather  the photos and samples of tools,  utensils and whatever of pioneer  days, and note their recollections and stories." That was Les  Peterson quoted in an article on  the museum published in the  Const News in 1981.  Les established the idea of the  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum  by his diligent collecting of  photos and artifacts from our  old-timers.  Much of what he collected he  stored first in his own basement, and then much later after  two years of organizing, saw the  museum housed in the unfinished basement of the Town Hall.  Florentine  Petites       i  0f       Arriving Daily  Just for you shop  ��� fashions t yarn ��� fabrics        Sundays  ^^ Gibsons Landing 886-2470 f  Notice Board  Adult Children ol Alcoholics Meetings on Monday evenings al 7:30 pm in St. Mary's  Church Hall. Gibsons, Thursdays at 7:30 pm al Ihe Mental Health Cantre in Sechelt.  for more inlormalion, call Anna 885-5281.  Beginners Quilt Group meets every second Wednesday ol every month. 7:30 to 'J:30  pm al Rockwood Lodge. Contacl Gloria Lindsay at 885-9760.  Sunshins Coast Quilters Group (Advanced) meels on the lirsl Monday of every  month, 7:30 to 9:30 pm at Rockwood Lodge. Contacl Gail Palon at 883-2770.  Narcotics Anonymous meetings Salurday nights, 8:30. at Ihe Alano Club.  Gibsons Navy League lor boys and girls, age 10 to 13, Gibsons Legion Hall. Wednesday nights 6:30 to 9 pm.  Leant to Square Dance with the Sunshine Coast Country Stars. Call 885-2392 or  886-9540  Girl Guides of Canada regislralion night for Elphinstone District. Monday, Seplember  12, al 6:30 pm. United Church Hall. Gibsons.  Gibsons Business & Professional Women's meeting Seplember 12 al 6 pm. All working women welcome. Laurella 886-9683.  Bethel #28 Jobs' Daughters firsl meeting will be Seplember 13 al 7:30 pm at Ihe  Masonic Hall in Roberls Creek For information call 886-8236  Hospice Volunteer Training Program begins September 30. To receive inlormalion  and regislration lorm, please phone Ihe Sunshine Coast Home Support Sociely at  885-5144  The Sunshine Coast Peace Committee will be meeting again on Monday. September  12 al 7 30 pm in Ihe library al Roberts Creek School Meelings are Ihe second Monday ol every monlh and are open lo all inlerested in peace and disarmament.  Telephone 885-2101 lor inlormalion.  West Sechelt Branch of Western Wgight Controllers Wednesdays. 6 to 7 pm. For information call Barbara al 885-5205.  Shornclille Auxiliary Monthly Meeting ��� please join us for our new season, Tuesday.  Seplember 20 al 1 30 pm in Ihe Conference Room Shorncllfte,  Elphinstone Electors' Association General Meeling will be Wednesday, September 14  al 7:30 pm in Ihe Community Use Room of Cedar Grove Elementary School. All Area E  residents welcome  Sunshine Coast Branch ol Ihe Canadian Diabetes Association meeting Tuesday,  Seplember 20, 7 to 9 pm, SI Mary's Hospital Board Room. Speaker Bernie Elliot  Kiwanis Intermediate Care Home Auxiliary regular monthly meeting Wednesday.  September 21, 8 pm in Ihe Residents' Lounge. New members welcome, please join  us!  Home Support Society is having a 2 day garage sale, September 17 & 1B, 10 am lo 2  pm, Wilson Creek Adult Day Care, Kirkland Centre end ol Slmpklns Road oil Davis  Bay Road. Asking lor donations, wiil take anything; In good condition, will pick up  Phone Vicki Wynne at 886-3805 or Bill Leneve at 885-7490.  Elves Club nolice of General Meeting, Election ol Officers, 1051 Fircresl Rd., Gib  sons, September 25 at 2 pm. 886-8417.  The Sunshine Coast Cancer Society regular monthly meeting, Monday, Septembei  19 at I pm in Ihe Board Room ol the Regional Board Olfice. Everyone welcome.  The Greater Vancouver Area Chapter of the Thyroid Foundation of Canada invites you  to a Iree lecture by Dr. H. Tildesley on thyroid function and disfunction. This educa-  lional meeting will be held Tuesday, September 20 al 7:30 pm in the T.B. Seal  Auditorium, 806 W. 10th Ave., Vancouver. Free parking, everyone welcome. For further inlormalion call 266-4913 or 277-1240.  Volunteers are needed lor the following programs. Tutor lor English as a Second  Language and Adull Basic Literacy (training provided), Gallery Attendants lor Arts  Centre, Co-ordinator lor Meals on Wheels. Leaders lor Beavers (Boy Scouts),  Playroom Supervisor lor Infant Development Program, Distributors and Sorters for  Food Bank. For information on these and other volunteer positions, please call Ihe  Volunteer Action Centre at 885-5881.  It opened July 1, 1967.  By 1973 the present building  was ready (a second floor was  added in 1984), and from that  time the museum has steadily  made improvements. Now the  visitor can enjoy well-lit display  cases, instructive models and  replicas of pioneer shops and  rooms, all laid out for easy  viewing and study.  The Town of Gibsons, we  should note, maintains the  building, takes care of the  hydro bill, and annually makes  a grant to the museum.  At present the museum is  putting the finishing touches to  a display donated by Les and  Iva Peterson, of artifacts from  past times in the life of ihe  native people, The museum has  a copy of the history of the  Sechelt nation that Les Peterson  spent some years compiling with  the assistance of his friends in  the Sechelt band.  Many others have contributed their service and skill to  the museum. Among them are  Marilyn Tentchoff, curator for  several recent years, who added  much to the museum's development, and Gary Kent who set  up a cataloging system. Then  there are the undersea photographs by Tom Sheldon and the  many others who have contributed time and artifacts to the  museum.  All of us can, of course,  make tax deductible donations  to assist the museum that has  developed the record of our  history under the direction of  devoted volunteers.  ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL  Elphinstone Secondary has  presented Virginia Reynolds  with a plaque and a school pin  as a grateful acknowledgement  of the hours she has spent raising funds for the extra cur-  ricular activities of the school.  Virginia has conducted  bingos in the summer months  and on holiday Mondays during  the year. Branch 109, Royal  Canadian Legion, received a  special acknowledgement from  Elphinstone of the branch's  donation of their hall for these  summer bingos.  SCOUTS, CUBS & BEAVERS  The  First  Gibsons  Scouts,  Writers  asked to  submit  by Carole Rubin  Literary Rites 2, the Federation of B.C. Writers' competition, is calling for submissions  from established writers, emerging writers, and high school  students.  There are two competitions;  poetry and fiction, with prizes  of $250. Submissions must be  2500 words maximum, and  previously unpublished.  For more information, contact Heather Wells at 683-2177.  Submission deadline is October  24, 1988.  Business Skills for artists, a  new course offered by Douglas  College at various locations in  Vancouver is to be held  Wednesday evenings and Saturdays.  For more information, con- ,  tact   Douglas   College   at  520-5477.  Artists: if you need help putting together a biography, portfolio, slides/photos of your  work, or if you'd like advice on '  the local or Vancouver gallery  scene, call me for an appointment al 885-7935.  The Burnaby Arts Council is  calling for submissions for its  Christmas Craft Market. They  arc looking for 'original, quality  crafts', and ask that you drop  off the works on October 12,  1988 at Mather House, Deer  Lake Park. Items can be dropped off at noon, and picked up  at 4 pm or call 298-7322 to have  your name added to the list or  for further information.  The market is December 2 to  4 and 11 to 13. The fee is $5,  table fees $110 for three days;  $190 for six days.  Cubs and Beavers remind parents of their advertisement in  last week's Coast News.  Registration takes place tomorrow, Tuesday, September 13, in  room 109 at Elphinstone. See  the ad for a phone number for  further information.  WILDLIFE CLUB  The Gibsons Wildlife Club  wishes to tell all those who  bought tickets in the B.C.  Wildlife Federation raffle that  luck wasn't with the Sunshine  Coast this year.  First prize of a Jeep 4WD  went to William Stanley of  Richmond. The next two prizes  of an inflatable and a five day  trip to the Edmonton Mall went  to North Vancouver and Burnaby residents. Fourth prize  went to Wasa, B.C. and there  were 15 other prizes. The club's  thanks to all who supported the  conservation programs of the  federation.  ELPHINSTONE GRAD  Sheila Reynolds, an Elphinstone grad, is employed this  summer at Port Mellon as an  engineering student. Sheila will  be returning to Queen's University to continue her studies in  Mechanical Engineering. She  continues to play volleyball, a  member of the university team.  MEN'S CHOIR  The Vancouver Men's Welsh  Choir will be at St. Bart's  Anglican Hall this November 5  and 6, This early notice suggests  you mark your calendars to ensure you hear this outstanding  choir just returned from a tour  in Australia.  MARY'S  VARIETY  ��� open 7 days a week :^^=  MUGS  tor EVERYONE:  litrilnl.i, ��� /iiiii.ii ��� Mum ��� Dad  U.imjlii.'r ��� Son ��� ��Onr ��� Baby  ; Dry Cleaning Drop Off ==  w ShellIStallon 886-8077  The Canadian Living  MICROWAVE  COOKBOOK  Hot oil Ihe press $24'5  (n(,xl lo Webber Photo;  277 Gower Pt. Rd, 886-7744  r1'  i N��w    i  /  ft  Kids Back-To-School  Vou Deserve A Treat'.  ����'n*',4to<15%off  v*1*1      Any Item 'Z'  \   ���wim^nmentsL<r CuMom  V *i* ��,rfefs  ~~< welcome  ACCENTS U  ��*      886-9288  Gibsons Until tin Inrxt lo Variety Fo��d,)  ^WEBBER PHOTON  TREASURE PRiNTS  We'll mount your favourite photo  on a china plate  ��� pho lol In lining       ��� baltcrlai. ttc.  ��� photocopying       ��� keys cul  ��� films, flaihat & Iramai  ��� patiporl photos    ��� Konica camtrai  ��� agent for Loomls Courier  886-2947  275 Gower Pt. Rd.  Gibsons Landing  1 N^Slli  SPICES at  LOW PRICES  Variety ��* FOODS  Gibsons Landing    886-2936  RAFFLE!  TICKETS  1st: Silver BRACELET  2nd: STOLE Whits Fur  3rd: Case of CAN GOODS  THRIFTY��S  Tues.-Sat., 10-4  GIBSONS  886-2488 or Box 598  Sept. 21st  Ken's  886-2257  We reserve the right to limit quantities  We fully guinntM ���vtrythlng wt salt  to b* iitlslfctory or monsy chttrtully relunded.  Sundays & Holidays  930 - 6 pm  Your LOTTERY Centre  [grocery  Pacific Evaporated  milk  Purex  bathroom  tissue  385 ml  .77  4's  Paper Towels  viva  1.69  2 s.a I  Nescafe ��� Instant _    ^m-m  COffee 227gm5.Z9  Golden Grove _m__*\  apple juice .69  Dutch Oven _  flour hh94.48  Pasta Reale _ _  spaghetti 900gm.99  Dad's ��� Assorted _    n_*\  cookies 80o qm3.89  Bounce  kb|,'C  softener 4os4.Z9  Cut Rite - Refills  wax paper   100/1.59  Red Rose _    _ ^  tea i44'sdi ��J��J  No Name ��� Granola _  cereal       %o gmc.* / y  Golden Harvest ��� Chocolate  and Butterscotch ���������*��%  baking chips 350gm.79  Pamper ��� Assorted _ _     ;  Cat  fOOd 170gm2/ .OO  A.B.C.  laundry  detergent 2^0.19  Day by Day, Coast News, September 12,1988  Lucky Dollar Foods (A  FOODS  CK'  LLAR  GOWER POINT ROAD, GIBSONS LANDING  FREE DELIVERY TO THE WHARF  SUPER SAVINGS  FOR SEPT.  Prices effective:  Sept. 13 - Sept. 18  Danish  Camembert/Brie  cheese  Palm - 2%/Cream  cottage cheese  Lunch Box - Assorted  drinks  Armstrong ��� Cheddar  cheese slices  ..125 gm C _ L*J  ..750 gm L*\ D  9x250ml t.Dy  ...500gm 0 *D*J  pork hocks ��, 1.49 ground pork lb. .99  Fresh - In Family Pack  New Zealand Spring Lamb  dinner **  sausage       soogmea  Frozen - Australian  Shank Portion  lamb leg ��,. 1.99  chicken leg 1A's  Z.�� chicken breast 1/4's/b 1.39  Fresh From The Sea  cod fillets  lb.  2.69  t  FROZEN  }  Pillsbury ��� Microwave  pizza  No Name  apple juice  .200 gm  2.29  ,355 ml  No Name  hash browns      ^1.29  No Name  .99    french fries ikg .89  t  BAKERY  McGavins ��� Multi Grain  Homestead  bread 695 3m 1.58  McGavins ��� Sesame Seeded  white bread      695sm 1.58  THAT LOOKS NICE,"  he murmured as he oeered over my shoulder. I didn't dare say a word.  After all, it's not often I get approval from short and fastidious.  I was trying oul a dish from the Fisheries and Oceans booklet for the  calorie conscious. I'm certainly calorie conscious but the consciousness seems to be ol the mind only. However...Ihe following dish  has only 205 calories per serving!!  ITALIAN FISH STEW  1 Lb. (500 g) frozen turbot fillets    Vi tsp. (2 ml) oregano  19 oz. (540 ml) can tomatoes pepper  1 cup (250 ml) sliced carrots 1 cup (250 ml) thinly  1 cup (250 ml) sliced celery s||Ced zucchini  % cup (175 ml) coarsely 5 0I> (142 g) can C|ams  chopped onion 2 tbs. (25 ml) cornstarch  1 garlic clove, crushed 2 tbs. (25 ml) water  1 tsp. (5 ml) basil  Partially thaw fillets and cut in 1 inch (2 cm) pieces. Combine tomatoes,  carrots, celery, onion, garlic and seasonings. Cover and simmer 5  minutes or until vegetables are tender. Stir in fish, zucchini and clams  with their liquid. Cover and simmer 15 minutes or until fish is opaque  and Hakes easily. Thicken with cornstarch mixed with water.  I used fresh cod and had no problems at all. I think we ate more than  205 calories though!  NEST LEWIS  Item by Item, We do more for you in providing Quality ��r Friendly Service  KMUfe Coast News, September 12,1988  Roberts    Creek  Preschool openings  The long arm of the law gave blood last week as Constable Ross Spenard was one of 175 people who attended the Sechelt Blood Donor Clinic. ���Fran Burnside photo  by Jeanie Parker, 885-2163  Rainbow Preschool still has  openings for kids starting in October. Phone Allison Payne at  885-5363 to register. Parents  who cannot afford the fees  should be aware that there is  subsidization available from  Human Resources.  BROWNIES AND GUIDES  Registration for Roberts  Creek Brownies and Guides will  be held this Wednesday,  September 14, from 6:30 to 7:30  pm in the Community Use  Room at Roberts Creek  Elementary.  LEGION LINE-UP  Get ready to trip the light  fantastic with "Freefall" this  weekend, September 16 and 17,  at the Roberts Creek Legion.  Members and guests welcome.  Reg Dickson is well-known as  the regular entertainer at Lord  Jim's for years. He's coming  clown the Coast to appear at the  Little Legion on September 24  and 25.  Coming up are the Big Band  sounds of Harbour Lights on  October 8 and some oom-  pahpah at Octoberfest. Don't  forget, the wee Legion is open  every day except Sunday with  live entertainment every  weekend and delicious dinners  served up by chef Don Black on  Friday evenings.  ASSOCIATION MEETS  The Roberts Creek Community Association will meet  next week on September 21 at 8  pm in the Community Hall.  This is the first meeting of the  Association since last March so  there should be lots to discuss.  RENO '269  Nov. 28- Dec. 1, 1988  Pickup & Dropoff At Your Door  INCLUDES:  ��� HOTEL ELDORADO  ��� AIR/LAND TRANSPORT.  ��� AFTERNOON FLIGHTS  ��� 4 DAYS 3 NIGHTS  ��� HOTEL FLOOR SHOW  IJPGihm  Sunnycrest Mall,   lUUlft  Gibsons  886-8222 886-9255  The public is invited to the  OFFICIAL OPENING  of  St. Mary's Hospital's  Extended Care Unit  TOTEM LODGE  Friday, September 16th  at 2 pm (1400 hours)  at the front entrance of the NEW builrJirig  We are proud to have been selected as  contractors for the beautiful new expansion of  St. Mary's Hospital Extended Care Unit  TOTEM LODGE   a  TURENNE  CONCRETE PUMPING  866-7022  ��� All types of concrete work  ��� Placing and finishing  CONGRATULATIONS, ST. MARY'S!  L & H Swanson *  SAND AND GRAVEL  We're pleased lo have taken part  in the beautiful new expansion  of St. Mary's Hospital  886-7022  Scentyuot- JltuuUuijrfMQ  AND GARDEN MAINTENANCE  885-5033  CONGRATULATIONS, ST. MARTS  on the completion of a beautiful  new addition to our community  WE'RE PROUD TO HAVE BEEN  A PART OF IT!  COAST BOBCAT SEBVICE  ��  3��^  ��t<(��l����lfiri,,us>'  Congratulations &  Best Wishes to  St. Mary's and  TOTEM LODGE  885-7051  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIESI  We are proud to have been  the suppliers of  QUALITY  BUILDING MATERIALS  for the new wing of  St. Mary's Hospital  GIBSONS  886-8141  SECHELT  885-7121  Coast Interiors  We're proud to have created the  interior decoration of beautiful new  TOTEM LODGE  885-9205  STOKER MASONRY  SUPPLIERS OF BLOCK WORK AND FIREPLACES  Best wishes to the staff and  residents of TOTEM LODGE  885-2368  Fiedler Bros.  CONTRACTING LTD.  886-2663  We're proud to have provided  all excavation and backfill work  for St. Mary's expansion  BEST WISHES FOR THE FUTURE  to Totem Lodge's residents & staff! Coast News, September 12,1988  Pender Patter  Season's change  ���  Sandy Hegyi, clinging to the mast, and brother Daryl offering  physical and moral support from the deck of the Pearly Shell,  : discover that not all aspects of sailing take place in the water when a  I spreader needed attention last weekend after a trip from Porpoise  Bay to Gunboat Bay. -Myrtle Winchester photo  Gibsons Auxiliary  '. Members enjoyed a wonderful summer break afler the successful fund-raiser held during  the Sea Cavalcade.  ��� The next project, a Harvest  Fair, is to be arranged at the  meeling on Seplember 14 at  12:30 p.m. in the Marine  Room. Please come along with  heaps of ideas. New members  are most welcome. Tea and coffee will be served.  by Myrtle Winchester, 883-9302  A friend from New Brunswick once told me that she  didn't like this part of the  world, "because there's no  definite change of the seasons,  they all just run together."  Obviously she had not spent a  Labour Day, the official end of  summer, in Pender Harbour,  when that exodus of summer  residents and terrorists -1 mean  tourists, heads south with their  Winnebagos, wobbly pack-  laden 10-speeds, power boats  and ghetto blasters, to get that  last ferry off the coast.  Then, fall.  In that 24 hour period you  notice that the nights are nippy,  the skunks and jays are back,  the leaves are changing colour,  lakes are peaceful and the bays  are quiet, save for the occasional steady, deep throb of a  commercial fishing boat that's  certainly not going anywhere  for frivolous purposes.  You also notice that Pender-  patter is full of meetings,  registration dates and assorted  events. Our company has gone  home and our travellers have  returned. Welcome back,  Pender Harbour.  POETRY IN MOTION  Congratulations to John Pass  of Sakinaw Lake, recently named one of two finalists from  B.C. in the Canadian Poetry  Contest, a competition that  received more than 3000 entries.  We wish him success in Toronto  tomorrow, where he and the  other five finalists will read to  judges.  Local writers, note that the  first fall Suncoast Writers'  Forge meeting will be held at the  Sechelt Arts Centre on  September 14 at 7:30 pm.  FITNESS  Please note the following correction in the Pender Harbour  Aquatic Centre's fall program  brochure.  The 'Waterbabies V program  will be held from 11:00 to 11:30  am, not 11:30 to 12:00 as listed.  Oi vr aquatic and fitness centre  has been chosen to sponsor a  chapter of the Royal Lifesaving  Youth  Club,  a pilot  project  modelled after world famous  Australian programs designed  to develop swimming, emergency response, first aid and competitive skills in eight to 16 year  olds.  After basic skills are  mastered, teams will compete in  inter-club events held at the  pool and, like their Aussie  counterparts, in lakes.  Registration is necessary for  club membership, and must be  completed between September  14 and 16 from 10 am to 4 pm  at the Aquatic Centre, located  in the back of the PHSS high  school on Hwy. 101.  PLAY GROUP  The Red Balloon Play  Group, an informal drop-in for  under school-aged tots and their  moms at St. Andrew's church,  will start on September 15 at 9  am.  This first meeting will include  activity plans for the year and  regular meeting days will b?  decided by the number of  registrations taken.  DIAMOND NilK  There are still a few tickets  left for the Pender Harbour  Lions Club sponsored Ladies  Diamond Nite, and they are  available at the Pender Harbour  Chevron station at the corner of  Highway 101 and Francis  Peninsula Road.  The big night (for ladies only)  is September 17 and it will consist of dinner, entertainment,  drinks, prizes and lots of fun at  the Community Hall.  SUNDAY SCHOOL  St. Andrew's Church Sunday  Please turn to page 11  PENDER HARBOUR  DIESEL CO. LTD.  Diesel Engine Rebuilding  Industrial Parts  Hwy101> aa*   rer>_.__  Madeira Park 883-2616  ATTENTION  Pender Residents  Continuing Education, 8D 46 la offering:  SPAHISH FOR TOUBISTS  (6 Mondays starting Sept. 19)  BOOKKMPING BASICS  (18 Tuesdays starting Sept. SO)  ...in your are*, provided minimum enrollment Ib reached.  Pleise oall 888-7871 (loo.gl) for Information and registration.  ">  ^Starting Sept. 16 & 17=  "first Impressions"  will bo at Zippers and continue to be  Bsstlu' last Saturday of every month;^  Babies & Toddlers  Kricket JUMPERS & TOPS 02-24,���,,)  Pender Harbour & District  Health Centre Society  ANNUAL  GENERAL  MEETING  Sunday.  September 25th. 1988  2 p.m.  in the Pender Harbour  & District Health Centre  SLEEPERS  FLEECE SETS  20% off  (12-24 mos.)  LOVE SEATS      SNUGLIS  Reg. '65����        $CA i   Rt-B-!46��0 ��  Sale 3" Sale  3<)    - Velcro Barrets  ytfe AjS������     - 5 types of Slippers to si:e 3 yrs.  - Shoes Mm 0-3)  ipperez  .Trail Bay Centre,_==  Sechell  885-525H  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  is proud to have been selected to create the landscaping for  St. Mary's Hospital's new extension.  ^'ttimaMlmsi-f*"*"  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING would like to thank the following people  for their help with our landscaping project at St. Mary's Hospital:  lack Nelson  Kevin Shepherd  Ed Gregory  Jim McPherson & Staff  Kevin Anderson  Clerk of the Works  1 & 2 Electric  Georgia Mechanical  St. Mary's Hospital  Anderson's Sod Farm  THANKS TO OUR REGULAR CUSTOMERS  who have had patience with us during this project  THANKS TO THE CREW  who came to work every day and  worked very hard to meet our completion date  MANY THANKS FOR A JOB WELL DONE!  We would also like to thank the following local businessmen:  Randy Dunn, Oceanview Service, Gary Mundell,  Bumper to Bumper, Gibsons Building Supplies,  Warren Smallwood - Peninsula  Transport,  Guy Martel - Peninsula Bulk Soils  ��� A VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO ���  Mr. Ted Wright, Adminstrator &  Mr. Tom Meredith, Chairman of the Board   at St. Mary's Hospital.   TViUuu* %<>*��$** (��uup)  ffi-5033  mmmm*  MMI 10. Coast News, September 12,1988  Ken's Lucky Dollar Foods/jjj  886-2257 gower point road, cibsons landing FREE DELIVERY TO THE WHARF I   Fi.  GRAHAM EDNEY  General Manager  Thank you for shopping at  KEN'S LUCKY DOLLAR  in Gibsons Landing!  BILL EDNEY  Honuurary Chairman of the Board  KATHY BUCHANAN  Ass't Store Manager  i    f  MIKE BUSNARDA  Accounling  IOAN YAROSHKO  Accounting  4*1      .  LANCE LACEY  Meat Manager  LONNIE BROCK  Ass't Meat Manager  '",.y  MARY McEWAN  Meat Wrapper  ���For your shopping convenience we are  OPEN  9:30 am ��� 0 pm  Mon. thru Sat.  Sundays & Holidays  9:30 an ��� 6 pm  These friendly folks look forward  to serving you  HOPE TO SEE  YOU SOON!  master charge  292 Cower Pt. Rd., Gibsons  kzm  FOODS  I  LIZ LACEY  Customer Service  SANDRA NELSEN  Customer Service  886-2257  DALE LACEY  Ass't Produce Manager  Luck\  DOLLAR  FOODS  DAVE WILSON  Ass't Grocery Manager  TAWNYA NAYKI  Customer Service  BECKY KERN  Customer Service  CHERYL LEASK  Customer Service  I  MATT CHAMBERLIN  Customer Service  MICHELLE SMALL  Customer Service  VINCE COATES  Driver/Customer Service  CHARLENE SCHAFER  Ass't Grocery Manager  |UDY SCHMIDT  Bakery Manager  LINDA KLAUSEN  Ass't Bakery Manager  Ken's Lucky Dollar Foods  886-2257  GOWER POINT ROAD, GIBSONS LANDING  FREE DELIVERY TO THE WHARF Coast News, September 12,1988  11.  Sechelt    Scenario  Introducing Maggie from Sechelt  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  Although Margaret is my  given name, some of you know  me as Maggie, from Macleod's  Hardware store where I work  part time. So it isn't as if I'm a  complete stranger. I have lived  on the Sunshine Coast for the  last 12 years and I am originally  from the west of Ireland with a  10-year stop-over in Scotland,  where I met my husband  George. Enough about me,  already.  WRITERS' FORGE  Wednesday, September 14 at  7:30 pm is the date and time of  the next general meeting of the  Writers' Forge. The meeting  will be held at the Arts Centre in  Sechelt and the guest speaker is  Judy Gill, a local writer. Judy  will share with us some new  ideas on writing romances.  Visitors and prospective new  members will be warmly  welcomed, and refreshments  will be served. Mark the date.  See you there.  FRIENDSHIP CENTRE  The Friendship Centre,  located on Inlet Avenue in  Sechelt, will be having a 50/50  draw sometime in the near  future. For those of us who  don't know what a 50/50 draw  is, it's a draw where half the  proceeds from the sale of tickets  goes to make up the prize and  the other half goes to the centre.  Tickets should be on sale later  this week. For further information the person to contact is  Louise Dufresne at 885-7217.  In closing, I would like to  thank Peggy Connor who was  so gracious to me when I phoned her for help writing this column. Also, I am asking for  your help. If you belong to an  organization in Sechelt and  want something in this column,  I can be reached most evenings  at 885-3364 or drop a wee note  off at Macleods for me and I'll  do my best.  SHORNCLIFFE  The regular monthly meeting  of Shorncliffe Auxiliary  will  resume on Tuesday, September  20 at 1:30 pm in the conference  room at Shorncliffe. Since this  is the first meeting of the season  there will be a lot to discuss and  I'm sure no member will want  to miss it. Mark your calendar.  Sechelt Seniors  Branch activities underway  by Larry Grafton  The fall session of our branch  got underway in proper fashion  on September 6 when your executive committee met to set out  recommendations to be  presented at the regular meeting  of Branch 69 on September 15  at 1:30 pm in our hall.  Realizing, of course, that  some members will still be on  holiday, those of you who are  able should plan to attend, if  possible, to look after the  business of the branch which  may have accumulated over the  summer recess.  POETRY  This little poem was brought  to my attention at our craft session last Thursday morning. As  seniors, and perhaps, a majority  of us with children and grandchildren, you will appreciate the  content of this little ditty. It is  entitled:  Where Is Gramma?  In the dim and distant past,  When Bfe's tempo wasn't fast,  Grandma used to rock and knit,  Crochet, chat and babysit.  HIGHWAY 101  TRAFFIC DELAYS  Please be advised that starting September 8, 1988  through to September 30,1988, there will be traffic  delays at the following locations due to bridge  resurfacing.  Lois River & Lang Creek Bridge between  Powell River and Saltery Bay  Wildwood Bridge between Powell River and Lund  Ferry traffic should adjust accordingly.  G.A. Warrington  District Highways Manager  Ministry of Transportation & Highways  Box 740  Gibsons, B.C.  Telephone: 886-2294  FALL  ���BRAKES  LSALE.  * FREE Brake & Alignment Inspection  * Computerized Balancing & Wheel  Alignment  * Brakes, Shocks & Tune-ups  Front Brakes  Turn rotors, repack  wheel bearings and  brake pads  $79  95  (MOST CARS)  Rear Brakes  Turn drums, supply and  Install quality shoes  69  95  (MOST CARS)  Wheel Alignments  Light Truck  $0/195  2H  Auto    S1Q9S  19  I  (I BEAM BENDING EXTRA)  B.C. Licenced Mechanic!  If we sell It, we Guarantee it.  :���' 885-7927 For Appointment  6633 Wharf Rd.,  Stchelt  When the children were  in a jam,  They could always count  on Gram,  In the days of gracious living.  Grandma was the one for  giving.  But today Gram's in the gym.  Exercising to keep slim,  She's off touring with her  bunch,  Or with friends, she's out to  lunch.  Going north to ski or curl,  All her days are in a whirl,  Nothing seems to stop or block  her,  Now that Gramma's off her  rocker.  POTLUCK SUPPER  A social evening has been  planned for September 17 in our  hall. This is not a fund-raising  event.  The phoning committee will  endeavour to contact all  members, in an effort to have a  variety of food brought in for  the potluck supper.  In the event that you wish to  attend and have not been contacted, just bring along one of  your special or favourite items.  Members are advised that  they should bring their own  cutlery, plate, cup or whatever  they may need to do justice to  the variety of food that will  surely be on the table.  The meal is planned for 6 pm  so plan to arrive a little early so  that the food may be prepared  for serving. If the food turns  out to be as varied and tasty as  it was at our picnic in August,  you won't want to miss it.  If you need further information please call Olive Marshall  at 885-9904.  CHESS  One of our members has expressed an interest in playing  chess. Should there be sufficient  interest it may be possible to  have a gathering of enthusiasts  on a regular basis.  Although I personally do not  play chess, I would certainly accept expressions of interest and  take names at 885-7173.  Pender Patter  Continued from page 9  School registration will be held  at 11 am on September 18 and  will be followed by a congregational lunch at 1:00 pm, an opportunity to meet and talk with  Reverend June Maffin.  LEGION NEWS  Royal Canadian Legion  members of Branch 112 are  reminded that a general meeting  will be held on September 19 at  8 pm.  The Legion had a good  response from last week's Coast  News story about their goal of  having a cross placed on top of  the Madeira Park cenotaph by  Remembrance Day, but more  donations are needed to fund  the project.  SCOUTS ETC.  Registration for Pender Harbour Cubs, Scouts and Beavers  will be held at 3:15 pm in the  Madeira Park Elementary  School library on September 19.  Anyone interested in helping,  either as a leader or a leader's  helper, is asked to call Linda  Curtis at 883-2819.  QUILTERS  Pender Harbour Quilters  meetings are now underway,  and everyone interested is invited to attend the next meeting  on September 21 at 10:30 am in  the St. Andrew's church hall.  The group, started four years  ago by Rosa Ware and Marie  Malcolm, now has 20 plus  regular members and, as well as  working on projects, sponsors  workshops, teachers and guest  speakers.  Beginners are welcome to  drop in, and the $5 a year  membership fee covers the cost  of materials for the charity quilt  and payment of instructors.  CLINIC AGM  The Pender Harbour and  District Health Clinic will hold  its annual general meeting and  election of next year's trustees  on September 25 at 2 pm.  SWAP MEET  October 1 is the date of the  next Community Club Arts,  Crafts and Swap Meet, and  tables can be rented from Hans  Schroeder at 883-2573. Besides  all the usual goodies, a table of  books will be for sale b.v the  library, removed from the  shelves to make room for new  acquisitions.  WAHHAB  Psychic Readings  Life Counsellor  886-9747  HARBOUR CALENDAR  September 14-16: Royal  Lifesaving Club Registration.  September 15: Red Balloon  Play Group Registration; Community Club Bingo.  September 17: Ladies' Diamond  Nite; Aquatic and Fitness Centre Programs Begin; Legion  Meat Draw.  September 18: Sunday School  Registration.  September 19: Legion Meeting;  Cubs, Scouts and Beavers  Registration.  TRhPHOTO  "Quality Guaranteed or Money Refunded!"  *******************************  ��     WQ��� Servicing Gibsons with  | ONE DAY Drop-Off Service  * at the Midnite Market  *******************************  10% DISCOUNT on Developing for SENIOR CITIZENS  {PROMOTIONAL ITEMS NOT INCLUDED)  "Your One Hour Store"  j     COUPON OFFER  I  I  (Ends Sept. 17)  t  I      On C-41 Film Processing 135-110-126  | Bring 2 ro//s ot film in WITH THIS COUPON  | Pay lor longest roll, gel second roll processed FREE  j Only at TRI ��� PHOTO (limit one per customer)  Teredo Square, Sechelt  IB  885-2882  COAST NEWS Photo   Reprints  Any published photo or your  choice from the contact sheets  5x7    $6����  8x10   9"  Introducing  personal secretaries  for secretaries  ���  YOUR FREE GIFT  IS WAITING.  ACT NOW!  Arrange for a demonstration  and receive a Silk Rose  Call 1-800-387-9648 todayl  ,r= GRAND PRIZES =f  Purchase any new Olivetti  ET/ETV   you and your  company could win!  Individual    Company  10 day      Anl-TV270O  TourforTwo Videotyplng  in Italy        .System  There's lots more  to be won!  One of One of  lODinners      lOOIivetti  for Two at   Divisumma 422  an Italian  Compact Desktop  restaurant     Calculators  Entry deadline  December 30,1988  DrawilaW: Febwary IU489  Nowadays, the role of  secretaries Is recognized as  an important part of an efficiently run office. Without them, ;**N^  it is said, the office would likely stop  running altogether.  That's why Olivetti is dedicating their latest  creations to all the secretaries In the world. These  innovative products are not just electronic typing systems featured with text processing capabilities, but complete secretarial workstations. In short, personal secretaries for secretaries.  Bach member of this advanced electronic family is designed to meet both a  secretary's need to produce high quality documents and a company's \\LXi.\ for  future expandability and integration into a personal computer environment This  state-of-the-art line includes the BT 2 200, BT 2300, HT JhOO, KT 2500, ETV .Too  and ETV 200, ranging from professional compact models to sophisticated workstations. All. of course, are ergonomically styled and backed by prompt, reliable and  efficient service.  The personal secretary for secretaries is a new concept -a genuine contribution  towards improved productivity in your office.  You can start right now by arranging for a demonstration and vol'I receive a  beautiful "cverfresh" SU.K ROSE Plus, upon purchase by your company, you  could win a Grand Prize Tour for Two in Italy or an Olivetti ETV 2700  Vldeotyplng System! There's 20 exciting second prizes to be won too! See the  chart for details. One call starts it all. Phone 1-800*387-9648 or a dealer near you  today!  After all, a personal secretary is far too important not to have a personal  secretary.  PKjjgCll  OFFICE ELECTRONICS T���*AveT^uWing'  885-3735 12.  Coast News. September 12,1988  On regionalization  Connor makes first report  Guess Where  The usual prize of S5 will be awarded the firsl correct entry drawn  which locates the above, Send >our entries to reach the (oast  News, Box 46(1, tiibsons by Saturday of this week, last week's winner was Anne Parr-Pearson, R.R. 1, Sechelt, who correctly identified Ihe steering wheel on a post al Madeira Park Playschool.  On September 6 the first  meeting was held for the  Chairmen of Regional Districts  by Minister of State, Elwood  Veitch, to inform them about  how the regionalization process  should work and Sunshine  Coast Regional District (SCRD)  Chairman Peggy Connor  reported on the meeting to the  SCRD board last week.  Several task forces have been  set up, she explained, composed  of a total of 40 people, which  will draw on the expertise from  regional district residents.  In her written report on the  information session, Connor  outlined the functions of the  task forces, "One task force will  be for highways, putting  together all the plans from past  years, top priorities from each  district should be recorded with  the Highways Department. The  order of priorities can then be  established.  "The economic services  development task forces, there  arc two at work, will be communications and youth services.  "The task force on the film  industry will endeavour to capture more of the tax revenue  from cable vision, etc., that  goes to Ottawa."  Director Gordon Wilson  remarked on the Highways  Task Force, "If we end up on a  priority list with the Lower  Mainland, there won't be  another dollar spent here."  Brett McGillivray agreed,  pointing out that this was an  issue with many of the directors  when the decision was made to  include the Sunshine Coast in  the Lower Mainland region.  "Whoever represents us had  better be screaming loud and  clear," he warned.  Connor also related an example made by the Minister of how  the system will work. They  looked over the province to find  where most of the unemployment was, she said. Having pinpointed Prince George as the  worst off, they have arranged to  have an industry that was looking to locate in B.C. move into  that area where it will employ  400 people.  The same sort of system, she  explained, will be used for  highways and other development.  Pit bull terror  Continued from page 1  In a subsidiary report  prepared after the second incident the dog control officer  pointed out that had he had the  discretion to put the dog down  after the first attack on the two  horses the second attack on  Heather Lyons would not have  taken place.  Noting that the SCRD is now  preparing to pass a Vicious  Animal By-law, Officer Byard  stressed to the Coast News in a  conversation last week that it  was important that, if such attacks as these were to be  minimized or controlled it was  in his view essential that the  responsible officer be granted  adequate authority to destroy  dangerous animals.  "Most responsible authorities  with whom I have discussed this  matter agree that dogs such as  the one which initiated the terri  ble attacks in Roberts Creek last  week have to be destroyed  without inordinate bureaucratic  delay during which they are  liable to repeat their attacks."  "It's not at all that I have a  desire to kill dogs, but for the  safety of the community a  representative of the community has to be free to act swiftly in  those rare occasions, such as  last week, when an animal is a  serious danger to the members  of the community."  KELLY'S  0C  SEE   ��� A display & demonstration of WOOD  CARVING by local craftsmen Bradley  Hunt & Bill Rogers  SATURDAY, SEPT. 17  10 AM - 2 PM  Please join us in celebrating our  Business Expansion and  NEW LOCATION at  731 North Road, Gibsons  (next lo the Hydro Substation)  ��� A demonstration of CHAINSAW LUMBER  MILLING by Pacific Equipment  FREE DRAWS  ��� Chainsaws ��� Brush Trimmers ��� Lawn Mowers  ��� Safety Wear ��� Accessories  *&*es_  STIHL  JACOBSEN  HHfNlS  Wv Service Whal We Sell At  LY'S LAWNMOWER & CHAINSAW  Now at 731 North Road, Gibsons    (next to the Hydro Substation)  Sales &  Service  886-2912  DeVRIES' know-how can STRETCH your Flooring Dollar!  You've decided on the colour, fibre, style, quality of carpet.  Now comes the other important consideration...  CORRECT, QUALITY INSTALLATION  ---Thai's where BRENT COLEMAN comes in====  Many More Similar  ROLL END VALUES  Come in & check out our discontinued lines.  BIG Rolls! SMALL Prices!  No Wu VINYL  FLOORING  $C95  STARTS  AT  5  sq. yd.  Brent knows all the angles when it comes to  flooring installation. He's an expert installer,  with 10 years experience in all aspects of carpet,  vinyl, V.A. tile and parquet installations, having  worked for Bridgeport Carpets and for Jordan's  before moving to the Sunshine Coast, where  DeVries keeps him and his crews busy lull time.  A  graduate  of  the  Armstrong   Installation  School, Brent keeps abreast of all the latest  developments in installation products and  technology, constantly adding to his knowledge  and expertise.  Brent oversees all flooring installations - just  one further benefit customers get when they  select THE DEVRIES TEAM for all their FLOOR,  WINDOW, & WALL COVERING NEEDS.  Abbey Verticals Abbey Verticals Abbey Verticals  Remember, we're ciose by when you need us/  ...and GREAT PRICES,  too  FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE  ON THE SUNSHINE COAST/  GIANT  WALLPAPER  SALE  Coming Soon!  Summer Sizzler  WITH ABBEY  SOLARIZED PLEATED SHADES  nke tha stills oul ol summer with Abbey solamed pleated  shades. Opaque to shaat in an exciting array ol lashion colours,  Abbay pleated shades will kssp you cool al summit long, And  right now you can lake advantage of Abboy'a siuling special  prion,  Manufacturer's Special  Add beauty and sun control to all your windows lor only  or Small...Short or Tall...$1.99 dots It all!  Pay only $1.99 per inch In width (any length!)  ��� Total light conlrol - energy efficient  ��� Elegant as formal drapes  ������ Beautilul selection ol soft "Cascade" pastels  ��� Flame retardant  ��� Abbey's "Non-Stop" Warranty  Mon-Sat, 9-5  709 Hwy 101, Cibsons 886-7112  ���a  mm  J Coast News, Septembers, 1988 13.  The Sunshine  Second Section  Denies collusion on advertising  Wilson to seek an inquiry  Provincial Liberal Party  Leader Gordon Wilson held a  press conference last Thursday  to address quesiions raised by  the Const News regarding the  awarding of advertising contracts with local newspapers by  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District.  Wilson stated at the offset  that he was calling the meeting  as the leader of the Liberal Party because he felt that the implications of possible political  patronage have their basis in his  affiliation with the Liberal Par-  Wilson had come under fire  from the publisher of the Coast  News, John Burnside, when he  made a motion at the SCRD  board meeting on July 28 that  staff recommendation to award  the advertising contract to the  Coasl News be ignored, and instead that advertising be shared  between the two local newspapers.  The motion was made after  the editor of the competing  newspaper, a member of the  Liberal Party, was allowed to  speak at length against the staff  recommendation.  Burnside requested an investigation by the Ombudsman's office as a result of what  he called, 'Wilson's interference  in the process', but was told  that the Ombudsman's office  does not currently have jurisdiction over municipalities or  regional districts.  In his statement to the media,  Wilson said that, while there  were a number of irregularities  which took place during the  process of awarding th? contracts, none of the mistakes  were his, with the exception of  , Tetrahedron ski trails are for hiking in the summer time. Vince Bracewell (left) signs up hikers for a Sun-  : {day hike. -Vers! Elllotl photo  Hurry to WALT'S And  $AVE ON TIRES  ' prices Include installation & balancing  Deep Lug LTR Steel Belted Radial  Aggressive lug design provides deep biting traction in mud, snow and gravel.  Durable steel belts, polyester radial plies to protect against overload &  impact damage. Excellent profile design (or a smooth ride yet runs quiet on  ihe highway.  Size  Sugg.  Rel. Price  Wall's  Special Price  LT235 75R15  LT2:I5,H5RK,  8 75Rl(i SLT  9.50R16 SIT  $lh5IH)  Utaixi  192 00  219 00  Sill 25  138,00  126.00  140 90  llpN  B.F. Goodrich Trailermaker II  Steel Belted Radial  Standard or optional equipment on many of the new GMC and Chevy  light trucks. Features aggressive computer designed tread for year-round  traction yet provides a very quiet ride under normal highway service.  Size  Wall's  MSR       Special Price      I  2:15 7f,R].r,  ���iM.no             H05.00        |  Cavalier SR-12 All Season Radial  Tough, dependable radial tire designed to handle the elements year-round  and eliminate seasonal tire changeover  Compaiible with Original Equipment  steel belted all season radials on mosl cars  Polyester cord body and full steel  belts team up for long tire life and smooth comfortable ride. Low Rolling  Resistance tread compound for fuel economy.  Sugg.  Walt's  Size  Ret. Price  Special Price  P155/80R13  i 7��S 00  I 53.45  P165/80RI3  82 00  60.10  P175/80R13  86 00  61.95  P185/80R13  89 00  63.75  P185/75R14  95.00  67.35  P195/75R14  WOO  69.45  P205/75R14  104 00  72.25  P215/75R14  109 00  75.50  PZ05/75R15  108 00  74.35  PZ15/75R15  112 00  76.75  P225 75R1 *,  119 00  80.95  P235 76R15  126 00  84.30  OTHER BRANDS ON SALE TOOI Sale End. Oct. 1  MlciVlni. Bhdgeslone, Kelly Sprmgftfld. Sumitomo, Firestone  FULL MECHANICAL SERVICES  Open 8-8, 6 Days A Week  Hwy. 101, Gibsons  WALT'S  Automotive  his support of a motion on June  9 which called for a review of  the bidding process.  In looking back, he said, he  realized that he should have opposed that motion, but added  that he was only one member of  the board which passed it.  Wilson said that he had  discussed the controversy with  John Burnside, who made him  aware of provisions within the  Municipal Act where an elected  Official can request an inquiry  into a situation which may require an unbiased third party  arbiter.  Presently, his lawyers are  looking into the matter. But  Wilson said, if he decides to ask  for an inquiry he will suggest  that the chairman of the  Regional District board make  the formal request.  "I believe I have acted  without conspiracy or  collusion," Wilson stated emphatically. "I don'l feel I can be  held responsible for incompetence of the SCRD staff.  I can be held responsible if no  action is taken, but that has  been initiated."  Creek man  badly burnt  by Jeanie Parker  Ben Jack was taken immediately to the Vancouver  Burn Unit when fire destroyed  his house on Lower Road Friday night. We're told he suffered second and third degree  burns, mostly to his back and  arms, and some smoke inhala-  lion but he should be all right.  An eyewitness reports that  Jack was blown through glass  doors and" suffered severe cuts  as well as burns.  The house was totally engulfed in flames when the Roberts  Creek Volunteer Fire Department arrived around 6:15 pm.  Everything had looked fine only  minutes before when son Kevin  Jack went outside to work in the  yard and neighbours drove by.  Investigators came from Vancouver first thing Saturday morning to look through the remains of the house to try to  determine the cause of the fire.  Those findings have not yet  been released.  British Columbia Legislative Assembly  SELECT STANDING COMMITTEE  ON  FINANCE, CROWN CORPORATIONS AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES  FINANCIAL PLANNING INDUSTRY  PUBLIC HEARINGS  Monday, October 17, 1988  Commencing 9:00 a.m.  The Westin Bayshore  1601 West Georgia Street  VANCOUVER  Tuesday, October 18, 1988  Commencing 9:00 a.m.  Capri Hotel  1171 Harvey Avenue  KELOWNA  Tuesday, October 25, 1988  Commencing 9:00 a.m.  Douglas Fir Committee Room  Parliament Buildings  VICTORIA  The purpose of these public hearings is for the Committee  to receive submissions respecting the financial planning  and advisory industry in British Columbia.  Those wishing to appear at any of the above locations  should notify the Clerk of Committees as soon as  possible.  Address all correspondence or inquiries to:  Mr. Craig H. James,  Clerk of Committees,  Room 236,  Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, British Columbia  V8V1X4  Telephone: 356-2933   Fax: 387-2813  mm  MEMBERS:  Mr. Jim Rabbitt, M.L.A. (Deputy Chairman)  Hon. M. Couvelier Hon. E. Veitch  Hon. J. Jansen Mr. G. Clark, M.L.A.  Hon. A. Ree Mr. C. DArcy, M.L.A.  Hon. B. Smith Ms. D. Marzari, M.L.A.  886-9500 14.  Coast News, September 12,1988  LEISURE  Pages From A Life Loci  Strange days  on Texada  by Peter Trower  Classical guitarist Stephen Boswell will perform at the Arts Centre  on Saturday (see story below).  At The Arts Centre  In 1963 Jack immigrated to  Canada and began homestead-  ing around Nakusp, B.C. Here  he began painting again in an  entirely new style, influenced by  his Oriental studies and the  work of Seattle artist, Mark  Tobey, It proved to be the  painter's breakthrough that  would lead him on to fame.  In due course. Jack moved to  Vancouver and look tip a Bohemian existence in the burgeoning counter-culture enclave of  Kitsilano. His unique new work  began to gain attention in the  local arts community. He was  signed hy the UattvXi Gallery  and made some important  friends, such as local writer,  George Woodcock, who shared  Jack's deep interest in Ihe  Orient.  City life was nol particularly  conducive to the sort of mystic  introspective  work   lhat   Jack  Guitarist to entertain  Tickets are now available for  the return engagement of  classical guitarist, Stephen  Boswell, at the Arts Cenlre in  Sechelt on September 17 at 8  pm. Boswell has performed here  twice before, both limes to enthralled and appreciative audiences. His planned program  spans the centuries and the continents, the rigours of classical  and the colours of Latin folk, as  well as his own original works.  An added feature in this concert  will be some duets with an  award winning guitarist, Hanh  Nguyen.  Boswell began his study of  the guitar as a young boy. Since  coming to Canada in 1975, he  has played nine extensive concert tours in the Pacific Nor-  ���thwest to great critical acclaim  and has performed across  Canada and in South America.  He is a faculty member of Vancouver Community College,  Capilano   College   and   the  YOUNG AT ART  Sponsored by:  THE SUNSHINE COAST  ARTS COUNCIL  CREATIVE DANCE - 4 Sessions Maggi Lindsay  Aki>s }&4 Sot. Oct. I to 29 10am to llntn  Arcs . & n Sat, Nov. im 26 10am tn I lam  Art�� Center, Sechelt - Cost $20  THEATRE - 8 Seisions ~~ Judith Scort  Arcs 7 lo 9 Sat. Oct. 1 to Nov. I" 10am to 12 noon  Arcs 10 lo 12 Sat. Oct, 1 to Nov. IM |pm to )pm  Roberts Creek School. Community Use Room - Cost $40  POTTERY-4 Sessions Bev Northway  Ages S to 13 Sot. Oct. I to Oct. 22 lpmto4pm  The Craft Studio, Gibsons - Cost $40  (Includes ("lav and Firing)  STORIES-CRAFTS-DRAMA  5 Sessions Theresa Kishkan  Ages 5 to8 Sat. Oct, 15 to Nov. 12 1pm to 3pm  Serendipity Pre-School, Madeira Park - Cost $26  (Includes Materials)  DRAWING & INTRODUCTION TO PASTELS  4 Sessions Noreen Marshall  Ages 8 to 12 Sot. Oct. 22 to Nov. I- lOamto ll:J0am  Lions Club Hall, Madeira Park - Cosl $22  llmli.de-Materials)  For More Information on Programmes and Registratior  Call: Arts Center 885-5412  Wed. to Sat. 11am to 4pm  THIS WEEKEND  Be at the  cedArs  Jeff Keaton  DUO  "SAVOIRE FAIRE'  You Wanted Them Back...  ...HERE THEY ARE!  [Jg|  Hwy. 101, Gibsons  886-8171  Courtenay Youth Music Centre  in the summer.  Tickets for this very special  season opener at the Arts Centre are $6, (students $5)  available at the Arts Centre,  Hunter Gallery and Talewind  Books.  ALSO ON SALE  Vancouver's Bob Bossin (aka  Dr. Bossin of String Band) is  coining to the Roberts Creek  Hall on October 15 with his  musical revue, 'Bossin's Home  Remedy for Nuclear War'. Just  back from a tour of China, Dr.  Bossin guarantees that his  remedy will 'prevent nuclear  war or your money back'.  Tickets for this event (co-  sponsored by the Sunshine  Coast Arts Council and the  Sunshine Coast Peace Committee) go on sale this week: $8, $6  for students, at all bookstores,  the Arts Centre and Seaview  Market.  COMING SOON  The Arts Centre's popular  literary program is pleased to be  able to bring a prolific author  and most entertaining reader,  Audrey Thomas, to the Arts  Centre on September 23 at 8  pm. Ms Thomas will read from  her most recent publication.  Admission is free courtesy of  the Canada Council.  CALLING VISUAL ARTISTS  The Arts Centre's Visual Arts  Committee is calling for submissions for the 1989 exhibition  schedule. Artists wishing to be  considered should bring their  proposals, slides, and bios to  the Arts Centre on September  16 or 17 during gallery hours,  Weekly Life Drawing sessions resume at the Arts Centre  on Sept. 13, 10-12:30. This is a  wonderful opportunity for artists to draw from the figure.  Bring your own materials and  $2-3 towards costs.  LAST CHANCE  'Threads of Survival' at the  Arts Centre, is now in its final  week ending September 18. The  collection of tapestries by poor  Chilean women working under  the sponsorship of the Catholic  Church, has proven very  popular here  It is difficult to imagine  anyone seeing and understanding these images and remaining unmoved. The women have  laken subjects from the terrible  conditions of their lives in  Chile, executed the images in  scraps of brightly coloured  cloth, bits of foil and yarn.  They have filled each picture  with human figures and achieved a powerful denial of the rule  of terror and death, as assertion  of hope and life.  A number of arpilleras are  for sale with a portion of the  proceeds going to the women  who made them ($600 to date).  Hours in which to see the  show are: Wednesday to Saturday, 11 to 4, and Sunday 1 to 4.  was now producing. Seeking a  mote tranquil environment, he  moved to Texada Island and  rented an ancient farmhouse,  reportedly the oldest building in  the area. He also met and eventually married a local girl named Mary. Safely ensconced in  these rural surroundings, Jack  Wise plunged into a furious  spate of creative activity, turning out one inspired painting  after another, It was at this moment in lime that our paths  crossed.  Jack and I began our collaborative venture hy mail initially. I sent him the manuscript  and he took it from there. Jack  Simply picked out the poems  that most appealed to him and  put his artistic energies to work.  When I received the first drawings, I realized we had something pretty novel on the go.  The illustrations were totally  remarkable, complex, graceful  visual extensions of the poems  lhat lifted them into another  realm altogether. Jack seemed  to possess Ihe ability to provide  a pictorial equivalent for my  most abstract images. He could  literally draw the undrawable.  We had agreed on 12 illustrations. They arrived in batches of  two or three and each one was a  knockout. Using both pen and  ink, and wash techniques, Jack  seemed out lo top himself with  each new picture. When I finally had the complete set, I could  barely believe it. This was going  to be one beautiful book.  I got in touch with Jim  Brown, then publisher of  Tulnnhooks and showed him  the entire package. He was  delighted and agreed to do the  book without question. We got  a greal break around litis time.  A Province reporter gol wind of  the projeel and did an article on  Jack and me. It was a nice bit of  pre-publication Hack. All Ihe  omens seemed to be on our side.  Now the book was more or less  in the bag, Jack suggested I  come up to Texada for a few  days to celebrate, unwind and  generally check oul the island.  1 didn'l know too much  about Texada Island al lhal  point, beyond the fact lhal il lay  across from Powell River and  boasted at least one active mine.  I'd heard a few peculiar stories  about ihe place, one being lhat  the local Indians considered it  taboo and had never settled  there. They apparently used to  believe lhal the island was  somehow unstable and was  fated to fiip completely over  someday. This was only a vague  rumour but it certainly piqued  my interest. One spring morning, I caught Ihe bus and headed  north to this Terra Incognita.  Library  report  by Pamela A. Feichtner,  Community Librarian  As residents and visitors alike  enjoyed the many outdoor activities on our beauliful coasl  and the glorious weather we had  this summer, it might have been  expected that there would have  been a decline in the use of the  library, but this was not so.  Circulation and membership  continued to increase. Our  previous daily record was  broken in August with an  average of 66 books an hour going oul. On ihe same day 25  new and re-ncwed memberships  were processed. One of many  busy days.  Our challenge '88 summer  student, Jeremy Reimer, was a  great help lo us and we will miss  him. Wc wish Jeremy well as he  goes inlo first year at UBC.  We note from Ihe recently  received Library Services  Statistics for 1987, that of Ihe 86  libraries, Gibsons Library had  Ihe fourth highest circulation in  the province. Congratulations  to our many readers and our  hard working volunteers.  DO YOU KNOW  SOMEBODY WHO  CAN'T BJBAD?  Tha Adult Basic Litertoy Education Program  (through Continuing Education ��� School  District 46) offers HUU individual  instruction  in reading and writing for  adults.  Call 888-4618 or 886-8841  J& GIBSONS LEGION  fi^Uj Members 8 Uuests Welcomo jy��  & it*** r m  The Lovely "Ladies of Rhythm"1,Ii   *"��.  Return Friday & Saturday  SEPTEMBER 16/17       |  Let's moke CAT Weleome with o Good Crowd!  hn DiniH.'t H-se-ivrilions c.ill 88b 2411  From Chubby Knees  To Hair That Was Teased  From |obie Queen  To Mother Of Teen  She's Pretty Sporty  For Someone Who's Forty  You've Come A Long Way  Baby!  HAPPY 40TH  CAROL  Subscribe And Save!  Filth Anniversary  COUNTRYSIDE  CONCERTS  FIVE GREAT CONCERTS  Only $45  Anton Kuerti                      8p.m. OCT. 13  Australian String Quartet  OCT. 30  Ciacona Baroque  Chamber Ensemble  NOV. 20  Arthur Poison, Violin, with  Melinda Coffey, Keyboard  JAN. 22  Vancouver Chamber Choir  FEB. 19  All Concerts are at the  TWILIGHT THEATRE, GIBSONS  2 P.M. SUNDAYS  Except Anton Kuerti which is at  8 P.M. THURSDAY, OCT. 13  SAVE $1750  over single ticket prices  and have assured seating  SEND CHEQUES, OR MONEY ORDERS TO:  Countryside Concerts  c/o Jo Hammond  Box 1518, Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  LAST YEAR'S SUBSCRIBERS must confirm  seat bookings (Tel. 886-2513) by 6 pm Sept. 14.  Tickets go on sale to the general miblir c���ni 15  SINGLE TICKETS available week of concert  Tel. 886-2513 for further information.  (after 12 nuon please)  We thank our corporate sponsor,  SHOP-EASY *5,  (Sechelt) for this third year of  generous support. Programs for all concerts are being  paid for this year by COAST CABLE VISION Ltd. and  we thank them also.  We gratefully acknowledge the financial support ol the government of  Brilish Columbia, through the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Recreation  and Culture Coast News, September 12,1988  Rhythms of Life  Watch for Mercury  by Penny Fuller  Continuing Education student, Jean Clements, paints a remarkably  attractive scenic after only 14 lessons. -vera Etlloit photo  Hunter Gallery Gleanings  by Vivian Chamberlin  Catch a lovely breeze off the  water as you browse in the  Hunter Gallery these hot summer days.  A new show called "Coast  Images" can be seen in the show  space. It is the painting in  watercolours of Rosemary  Schouw, who has lived on  Gambier Island for four and a  half years.  Originally from Nova Scotia,  she has studied in Ottawa and  Winnipeg. Her work explores  the play of light and shadow on  the ocean shore and skyward.  Rosemary sees the coast in all  its beauty through the eyes of an  avid boater, remarkably shown  in such paintings as "Summer  Cruise".  Two outstanding paintings  -"Cloud Burst Over the Coast  Cable Eleven  Range" and "Boat Country"  portray the subtle greys of this  coast in a masterly way. Offered  also are some small unframed  originals.  Also to see - a new painting  by Sue Clarke, and Noreen  Marshall, and a seagull painting  in an unusual long and narrow  shape by Louise McPhedran.  On the clothes rack is a butterfly top in black and while by  Dawn Devlin, local weaver of  note.  Also a small fringed blanket  in wool, orlon and mohair,  woven in lovely tones of turquoise.  Cards by local artists are  always available - the perfect  added touch to any gift bought  here.  Coming September 19, Cindy  Rudolf will show wildlife and  landscapes.  Tuesday, September 13  7:00 p.m.  Adull Basic Literacy  Mary Pinniger, co-ordinator  for Continuing Education on  the Sunshine Coast hosts this  discussion on the ABLE program. Mary's guests include  Vern Giesbrecht from the Adult  Learning Centre (ALC), Anne  Moul from ABLE and Hannah  Damtoft who is an instructor of  English as a Second Language  (ESL).  7:30 p.m.  Gibsons Swimming Pool  Take a tour of the Gibsons  Pool with pool manager and  lifeguard Wendy Gilbertson to  look at the renovations and find  out the reasons for them.  7:45 p.m.  Nyonza Singers & Dancers  Taped at the Twilight Theatre  on July 11 the Nyonza singers  and dancers from Uganda performed in Gibsons sponsored  by the Sunshine Coast Arts  Council and Coast Churches.  Thursday, September 13  7:00 p.m.  Continuing Education  Mary Pinniger hosts a look at  five programs being offered  through Continuing Education  this fall. This half-hour show  looks at the following courses:  Tai Chi with Merrily Corder  and Michelle Small, Pregnancy  and Birth with Michelle Small  and Wendy Clements, Wine-  making with Bert Walker,  Photography wiih Ken Collins,  and Folk Dancing with Adrian  Belshaw.  7:30 p.m.  Ray Skelly MP  AI Price talks with MP Ray  Skelly in this hour long,live  phone-in show. Viewers are invited to call in during the show  with their questions and comments.  In the event of a Federal Election being announced Coast  Cable Television must follow  the same rules as other broadcasters in allowing equal time to  all election candidates. If an  election is announced before  Thursday, September 15 we will  be showing the following alternate program.  A Tribute to Dr. Hugh Inglis  Dr. Hugh Inglis, in his 81st  year, takes a look back at his  life and experiences as a doctor  on the Sunshine Coast. Hugh's  This Community  Television Schedule  Courtesy ot: ��� ��������������� ���  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281   wife. Margaret and brothers Eric  and Jack share their memories  of Hugh's past.  8:30 p.m.  SIB's Fish Hatchery  Stan Dixon talks with hatchery manager Sid Quinn aboul  the operation and management  of the hatchery in Sechelt.  Is it possible to prepare for  confusion or plan for chaos?  Sort of. If you know that there  is a time coming up when Murphy's Law predominates events  you can schedule around that  time. You know Murphy's  Law: Anything that can go  wrong, will.  So it's useful to know a few  weeks in advance when Mercury  will be going retrograde. That  planetary situation, when Merc-  cury appears to be moving  backwards, indicates a time  when there are a lot of foul-ups  in communication and transportation.  Please be clear that I'm not  talking about anything so  dramatic as airplane crashes or  international incidents. The  type of things that occur are  more along the lines of keys  locked in cars, appointments  that are cancelled after you've  already left to keep them,  babysitters that turn up a week  late, and just general misfiring  of communications.  Mercury will be going  retrograde on September 28 and  keeps it up until October 20.  There are some things you can  do to prepare for it.  Try to get your car in for a  tune-up before that time and  take qare of any minor problems that are cropping up.  Make sure it has oil and water,  and all those other fluids. And  get some extra keys that you can  place in convenient locations.  Extra house keys can help,  too, in case you lock yourself  out of the house.  If you're going to travel during that time make it easy on  yourself. Don't schedule things  too close together, and if punctuality is going to be an issue,  try to do your travelling before  or after those dates.  For those who live on the  Sunshine Coast, ferries can  become a problem. During that  lime, pretend you live at least 10  minutes further away than you  do and give yourself lots of time  for traffic delays.  This is a lousy time to meet  deadlines, so if you're a student  or have presentations of any  kind that will be due at that  time, get going on them now.  The more preparation you do in  advance, the better. You might  want  to  make duplicates of  everything so you don't get  stuck if the original gets lost.  Teachers might consider giving the kids a break and try not  lo do too much testing during  that time. Brains are not functioning at their best when Mercury goes backward.  That also makes contracts  and legal agreements more complicated. If you have documents  or negotiations that need to be  finalized, try to schedule them  at another time, things agreed  to during this time may involve  misunderstandings.  All in all, it's a time to flow.  Instead of getting frustrated, try  to tell yourself that it really  won't matter 100 years from  now.  Gardening  notes  by Marguerite  The Gibsons Garden Club  meeting is being held on  September 15 at 7:30 pm in the  Marine Room below the library.  Old and new members and  guests are welcome.  Some slides of this year's  prize winning roses of the Vancouver Rose Society will be  shown. A garden question  period will follow.  The sunflower contest pictures of flowers and winners  will be in with next week's copy.  The days are still warm  enough and dry enough to start  to cut back and remove finished  plants and debris around the  garden. Place in layers on the  compost heap, add some  manure, some soil and a thin  layer of lime, moisten the pile  with water, cover with a plastic  covering, and with sufficient  heat, and after several turns to  aerate it should be ready for  spring planting.  We will be CLOSED For Holidays  Until  Friday, September 23rd  / ^  tXNTINTJiNG EDUCATION - FALL 1988 BROCHURE  CORRECTIONS  YOGA with Susan Sutherland: Phone 886-7658  SUrta Sept. M - Fee 132 for 8 weeks  Tuesdays: 9:1B - 11:18 am  Wednesdays: ?:30 - 9:30 pm  TRACK ft FTJBLD COACHING 01HXDTCATI:  Chateleoh Sec. tat. * Sun., Sept. Mtll  /^"DEPENDABLE ���  AUIO SERVICE  DID YOU KNOW...  WE SELL PARIS  The South Coast's Only  BCAA APPROVED Shop  (Special consideration to BCAA members)  fyaUUM&H  AUTOMOTIVE  Happy 21stfl  Susan     H  i    Mom & Dad    ||  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  Totut oi  Various commitments had caused us to arrive very late at the  Mariners' Restaurant last week. Nine pm is leaving it to the last  minute in a restaurant which closes at ten.  It is an anomaly of the Mariners' that their full and splendid  menu is on a couple of chalkboards. There was no time for me  to hurriedly note down the abundance of menu possibilities  for the purpose of this dining review, nor did it seem appropriate that 1 pack away one of the chalkboards for use in  the Coast News office.  For these reasons I cannot be detailed about what is  available but there are certainly enough selections to make  choosing difficult and some of the fish possibilities are quite  simply nol available elsewhere on the Coast.  Both my companion and I were intrigued by Cajun cooking  selections offered. We disagreed briefly about which of us  should give up our preference for the purpose of this review  then amicably decided, despite the menu variety, that if both of  us fancied Cajun cooking then the peaceful way forward was  for both of us to have Cajun cooking.  She chose the Cajun Chicken and I the Cajun New York  Steak. Mindful of the generous portions at the Mariners' we  decided to forego the soup in favour of a light salad which  came with the most delightful orange honey and curry dip that  it has been my pleasure to experience.  The meals came promptly served by a most cheerfully obliging Jennifer who, despite the lateness of the hour, encouraged  us to linger and enjoy and that we did overlooking the twinkling lights of Gibsons Harbour.  My companion managed a most delightful looking dessert  after her Cajun chicken, I contented myself with a cup of coffee and a drambuie.  All in all, a belated and spur of the moment decision turned  into a very pleasant outing indeed. But be prepared for some  difficult choosing as you stand before the Mariners'  chalkboard upon your arrival. However, the selection is grand.  Average meal prices quoted  do not include liquor.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays & Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seats.  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel - Come  enjoy a special dining experience al Lord  Jim's Resort. The atmosphere is warm  and intimate, the views magnificent. Our  imaginative menu features the freshest  local seafoods and exciting daily specials,  all prepared wilh a bright, West Coast  flair. Some selections from our currcnl  menu include rich and decadent Seafood  Bisque, pan-fried Snapper wiih Dill  Sauce, Rllcl of Lamb with a light Dijon  Mustard Sauce. Dining room and lounge  service. Open for breakfast and lunch.  Sat. & Sun., for dinner Thurs., Fri, & Sat.  from 6 pin. Please phone for mid-week  dining hours. All major cards accepted,  Tor reservations and hours please call  885-7038. Olc's Cove, jusi north of Secret  Cove on Hwy. 101.  NIGHT ON THt TOWN  Mariners'  Restaurant ��� On ihe  waterfront with one of the most spectacular views in Gibsons, the Mariners'  specializes in fresh and live seafood, and  also offers a full range of lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change daily,  with delicious daily specials. Sunday  features an a la cane Brunch from 10 am  until 3 pm, with new selections each week.  Marine Drive, Gibsons Landing,  886-2334. Open 7 days a week: 11 am -10  pm {Sundays from 10 am). 100 seats, V.  M.C  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster House - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere, the Onega is a people-  watcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  Landing at 1538 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 11:30 am -10  pm, Fri and Sat 11:30 am - 10:30 pm.  Seats 145.  MM/IV DINING  Cornerstone Tea House -  Featuring traditional cream tea, luscious  desserts and lunches. Eat inside or out  and enjoy watching the goings on of the  Gibsons waterfront. Open I lam to 5pm  weekends only. Located at 529 Hwy. 101  and School Road in Lower Gibsons  (beside the municipal parking lot). For  reservations call 886-9261.  The Homestead - Daily lunch and  dinner specials as well as regular entrees.  Lunches include sandwiches, hamburgers, pyrogies and salads. Dinner  selections include steaks, chicken and  seafood. Prime Rib and 15 item salad  bar are the house specialty on Friday,  Saturday and Sunday nights. Average  family meal for four $25-530. Hwy 101,  Wilson Creek, 885-2933. Open 8 am - 9  pm daily. 40 seats inside, 30 seat patio.  Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Ruby Lake Resort - Lovely view of  lake from Ruby Lake's post and beam  dining room and good highway access for  vehicles of all sizes. Breakfast served all  day. Lunch prices begin at $2.50, dinners  from $5.50 including salad bar. Smorgasbord Sunday nights includes 12 salads,  three hot meat dishes and two desserts,  $10.95 for adults, $5.50 for children  under 12. Tiny tots free. A great family  outing destination. Absolutely superb  prime rib every Friday night. Average  family dinner for four $20-25. Sunshine  Coast Hwy, Pender Harbour -883-2269.  Open 7 days a week, 7 am - 9 pm. 54  seats. V., MC. Breakfast, lunch and din-  Cedar's Inn - Appetizers all day till 11  pm. Darts every Sun. Everyone welcome.  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons -886-8171. Open 11  am - midnight, Sun-Thurs; 11 am -1 am,  Fri-Sat. 100 seats. V., MC. Regular menu  11 am to 8:30 pm.  Pronto's Restaurants Two locations  to serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne,  ribs, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees include garlic bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meal for four about $15-520. Located at  Wharf Rd., Sechelt, 885-1919; and in  Cedar Plaza, Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-8138.  The Wharf Restaurant - Spectacular sunsets and intimate evening dining with a breath-taking view from every  table. We serve superb North American  and International Cuisine, and offer a  fine wine selection. Relax and enjoy our  many gourmet delights in the comfortable  ambiance created by our tasteful, cosy  decor and unbeatable setting. Dinner is  served 7 days a week, from 5 pm. Join as  for our fantastic Sunday Brunch from 8  am to 2 pm. We also cater to conventions  and private functions in our glassed-in  atrium style Bayside Room. Open Mon.  -Sat. 7 am - 2 pm and 5 - 10 pm; Sun. 8  am - 2 pm and 5 - 9 pm. 56 scats. Reservations recommended, All major cards  accepted. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay,  885-7285.  TAT IN - TAKE OUT  Chicken Shack - Deep fried chicken,  pizza, hamburgers, salads, BBQ half  chicken, BBQ ribs. All logo. Cowrie St.,  Sechelt -885-7414. Video Rentals. Open  11 am - 9 pm, Mon-Thur; 11 am -10 pm,  Fri-Sat; noon - 9 pm, Sun. Home delivery  within 5 miles of store after 4 p.m.  Ye   Olde   English   Doughnut  Shoppe - Super lunch bar for eat in or  take-out. Two soups daily, numerous  sandwich selections, 18-choice salad bar.  Hot selections include Shephard's pie,  zucchini strips, stuffed crepes, beef dip  and hot turkey sandwich. There's always  a Daily Special - plus, of course, our  famous doughnuts, muffins, Cornish  pasties, sausage rolls, scones...and more!  Murchie's coffee and teas, Cappuccino  and Espresso. Open Mon.-Sat., 6 am  -5:30 pm, 24 seats, V., MC. Cowrie St.,  Sechelt, 885-2616.  PAID ADVERTISEMENTS  jL  mm* 16.  Coast News, September 12,1988  A Sealions ball carrier makes yards before his North Delta Spartans  opponent can tackle him. _vern Elliott phoio  A  FRIENDSHPSAT  EVERY TURN  ���Asocial o^mefcraflalcs  ���.Meet new friends  ��� Great exercise  CONTACT  YOUR LOCAL  CURLING CLUB FOR INFORMATION  OPEN HOUSE Sept. 28-29-30  CURLING SCHOOL  Oct. 16 <t 23  CLUB OPENING Oct. 7 7  QIBSONS WINTER CLUB -ff*.  P.O. Box 989, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0 Phone 8867512    IJUJ  ���   Mk+^^ stihi ���,���,?  Mt   ~ fi) WoodProKit  ��� Spare Oilomatic Saw Chain  ��� Value Coupons worth  $20 off Stihl Accessories  ��� Work Gloves  ��� 250 ml Engine Oil  ��� Stihl 'Lumberjack' Keychain  MORE FOR A TOTAL RETAIL VALUE OVER $74.00!  The Worktt Urptjjf Sailing Chain Saw  SPECIAL  SAVE *40���� on the STIHL  034 IY00D BOSS $40095  16" Bar and Chain  499  ,AT THESE DEALERS   SECHELT  AL'S POWER PLUS SERVICE  5542 Inlet Ave.  MADEIRA PARK  COAST TOOL & POWER  Next to A.C. Building Supplies  GIBSONS  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  CHAINSAW  731 North Rd.  Pender Golf  Dean top senior  by Terry Dougan  On Senior Men's Day August  .10 Ihe low gross winner was  who else but BiU Dean with a  39. Second low gross of 41 was  a three-way tie between John  Willcock, George Langham and  Dave Dakin. Low net with a 31  was Roy Cumbers. Second low  net was a tie, a 32 between Dave  Strachan and George Grout.  Closest to the pin on 3 was  Stan Burt, 6 - Henry Merry. W.  Marcinkowski and Sandy Main  had ihe hidden scores.  The ladies played tic-tac-toe  and also had the qualifying  round for their championship  on September 1. The tic-tac-toe  winner was Moni  Langham,  Sylvia ThirlweU was second.  Evelyn Tapio and Carl Rietze  were the first place couple in the  Mixed Twilight on September 5.  Dutch Haddon and Shirley  Grout were second. Bill Jack  and Lois Haddon came in third.  Shirley Dumma was closest to  the pin on 3, Pete Waycott on 6.  Carol Reid and Vic Tiddler were  the most honest golfers.  On Sunday, September 18 the  Wednesday Men's Twilight  group will be holding a year end  finale. There will be an 18 hole  skins game and all men are  welcome. For interested golfers  there will be a sign-up sheet on  the bulletin board with more information on this tournament.  Reference: Point Atkinson F<" skookumchuk n,���., e_-_ t S �� mm  Pacific Standard Time       ZtStSSSl SSt  f. HARBOUR VIEW MARINE m��� ���.,,���, M.���.   M6-2231 ,  Lions are winners  On Sunday, September 4 at  Hackett Park the Sunshine  Coast Sealions football team  defeated the North Delta Spartans 8-6 with a touchdown by  Mike Yates; Ryan Dempster  converted the TD.  At B.C. Place stadium the  Sealions beat the Langley Colts  in   exhibition   30-0.   Two  touchdowns were scored by  Trent Turner and one by  Michael Yates. Ryan Dempster  played well defensively. Mike  Bradshaw also played a good  game.  The next Sealions home game  is September 18 at Hackett Park  against the Richmond Bears.  The Sealions' record is now 1-0.  Strikes and Spares  Bowlers rolling  The bowling season is underway again and most leagues got  started last week. We can still  use a few bowlers in the night  leagues and there are lots of  spots available for ladies in the  Tuesday and Wednesday coffee  leagues.  The first week of bowling is  for averages and Leif Nelson is  starting the year with the highest  average in two leagues. In the  Gibsons 'A' league Leif rolled a  327 single and a 761 triple and  in lite Sechelt GA league he rolled a 243-720 total.  In the Phuntastique league  Leslie Newman started off wilh  a 267-715 total and in the Ball  and Chain league Sue Whiting  rolled a 309 single and a 670  tolal.  Other good totals:  GA SWINGERS  Maine Nicholson 219-585  Len Homelt  233-628  On the  Rocks  A new curling season is upon  us and with it, we at the Gibsons  Winter Club look forward to  many changes and improvements, not to mention a winter  of good curling.  It has been said that making  good curling ice is an art. If that  is true, then we have a new resident artist in our midst. John  McKerracher is 29 years old and  comes to us with seven years of  ice-making experience from the  Arbutus Curling Club in  Vancouver. He and his wife  Shelley and their seven year old  son Christopher have taken up  residence in Roberts Creek.  John is just one of the  changes I spoke of. We also  have a new look around the old  club. There are new dehumidi-  fiers, fans, flooring, washroom  facilities, and much, much  more. Our club is quickly  becoming a bright and upbeat  place to walk into.  The 1988/89 season promises  to be an enthusiastic, friendly  and competitive one with curling actually gelling underway  on October 3, 1988.  For all curlers old and new  and for those of you on the  Sunshine Coast that have never  been in our building, we invite  you to an open house on the  evening of Friday, September  23, 1988. The doors open at 7  pm.  If you are already a curler  -bring a non-curling friend. If  you are new to the Coast or  know no curlers yet, but would  like to see our facilities and  learn more about the game,  come on out and see us on Friday, September 23. It's probably the only time of the year  you'll be able to meet Alex  Skytte while he's still  undefeated!  Good curling!  GIBSONS  LANES  886-2086  WEDNESDAY COFFEE  Edna Bowden  231406  Karen Sopow  257-634  SLOUGH-OFFS  Irene Harvey  243405  Dolores O'Donaghey  236434  Laurie Uas/ards  227448  BALL & CHAIN  Richard Ijiffere  21)0415  PHUNTASTIQUE  Walter Kohuch  248408  SECHELT CA'J  Mary MacLeod  270412  Norma Chapman  268459  Coming Soon to  SUPERSHAPE!-  You've tried the hard way  to exercise!  NOW Try The Easy Way!  Lay back and let the exerciser,  exercise you!  Yes - it's called  PASSIVE  EXERCISING  and it works!  Tones and Slenderizes the Body  In a couple of weeks you will  see the difference in INCHES and POUNDS  REASONABLE RATES  Call Val at Supershape Today  885-2818  Pall Specials  Facials  Manicures  Pedicures  Body Waxing  20  %  OFF  SPECIAL ENDS SEPT. 24  $UP��A$HAK t_S-��  OPEN LATE THURS. & FRI.       SUNDAYS 10-4  Cowrie & Inlet,  Sechell  885-2818  BAYSIDE  SAWMILLS  WOOD  WORKERS  Come to  the meeting  at the  LEGION HALL  in Gibsons  MONDAY  SEPT. 12,1988  3 to 6 pm  Pensions  Medical  Dental  Life Insurance  ���..and more. -lit!  >  i  >'  A rabbit's eye view of golfing action in Roberts Creek.  ���John Burnside photo  Power Squad wraps  up summer season  The summer season of the  Sunshine Coast Power and Sail  Squadron started on July 16  with the usual picnic al Buccaneer Bay with 17 attending.  This was followed by a cruise to  Chatterbox Falls in Princess  Louisa Inlet. Twenty-three enjoyed dinner at the Backeddy  Pub lo see the cruise get started.  August 21 saw a picnic at  West Bay wilh 36 coming  together for a day of swimming  and eating!  The last cruise is a car cruise  which will take place on  September 11.  Two boating courses have  been arranged for this fall, one  in Sechelt starting Tuesday,  September 13 at Chatelech  school, and the other in Gibsons  starting Wednesday, September  14 at Elphinstone school.  These courses are of interest  to both novices and seasoned  boaters and dwell on safety,  chartwork, navigation etc. For  further information, please call  886-7714 or 886-3294.  The new season will start Friday, September 16 at Greenecourt, Sechelt at 7 pm with a  world class sailor speaking.  To find out how you too can  be a member of the Canadian  Power Squad phone 886-7714  or 886-3294.  Police news this week  GIBSONS RCMP  To claim a ladies' straw bag  containing apparel and toileties  quote file no. 882568.  The Gibsons RCMP wishes  to thank the good citizen of  Gibsons for turning in an  envelope containing a large sum  of money. The owner, a visitor  from Manitoba, was located  and the money returned.  SECHELT RCMP  On September 8 at 11:15 am  a Marine Way resident reported  that her home had been entered.  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  at  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  in Pender Harbour  until noon Saturday  "A Friendly People Place"  Police responded and apprehended a male adult who will  be charged with break, enter  and theft. A quantity of money  was recovered.  On August 19 at 11:47 am a  Laurel Road resident reported  his residence was entered and  household items stolen - police  are investigating.  On August 23 at 3 pm a  lawnmower was stolen from  underneath a patio of a Porpoise Bay Road address. A  Toro, 4 horsepower, self-  propelled lawnmower valued at  $549 was stolen - police are investigating.  On September 9 a logging  truck overturned on the  highway north of Pender Harbour. Police were called to the  scene and traffic was held up  for some time. No injuries were  reported.  S.C. Golf & Country Club  Gregory top lady  by Frank Nanson  The 18-hole ladies held a  'Back to School' tournament  last week with Doreen Gregory  winning the top spot with a net  70, followed by Pat Scarr in second place. The first flight winners were Mary Horn, Judy  Frampton and Del Sneddon, in  that order. In the second flight  group Vi Gibbons was first,  Jaye Townsend second and  Helen Milburne third. Greta  Patterson was first in third  flight with Olive Shaw second  and Leila Comrie in third spot.  Marg Langdale took first  place in the nine-hole ladies'  group with Louise Varco the  runner up. This group held a  contest with an interesting twist  in which the players were allowed to discard the score made in  their worst hole from their total  score for the nine holes.  < The winner of this contest  was Marion Brant. The nine-  holer's also held a 'Back to  School' tournament which ended in a tie that will be played off  at a later date.  The Senior Men's 'wood-  chips' trophy was awarded to  the team of Jim Buntain, Laurie  Evans, Ed Dorey, Bert Slade,  and Syd Hamon. We were not  informed as to which player  contributed the most to this  win.  The winners of the remaining  trophies was the team of Vic  Vaughan, Bob Scott, Jim  Neilson, Jack Ross, and Bill  Lawrence. Second place went to  Bill Gibbons' team of George  Bayford, Chuck Barnes, Lome  Blain, and Phil Clarke. Third  spot went to Herb Receveur,  Bill Bader, Guy Lewell, Al  Bullock, and Ray Harris. Bill  Mathews' accuracy with the  short irons came to the  forefront with his winning  'closest to the hole' on the eight  green.  Coast News, September 12,1988  SPLASH IN WITH  T1DALWAVE DIVING CO.  (The OTHER Scuba Shop)  ���Advanced Scuba Sept. 16, 17. 18  Adventure Wet Suit   Water Ski Suit  reg. >370<"' reg >i7g-  17.  NOW 299"  NOW s13900  UK 600 Light  NOW s69"  Tanks Now In Stock s245"  onika     Stephen-  885*3328 (next to Tyee Air) PORPOISE BAY  WANTED  Experienced PLAYERS,  35 & over, for new  Oldtimer  _ HOCKEY TEAM  sponsored by the  LIGHTHOUSE PUB  CALL 886-8568  Local riders are  upcoming stars  by Lisa Williams  We are lucky to have in our  midst two up-and-coming stars  of the horse world. This year is  and will always be a significant  year for Catherine Stuart and  Amanda Hopkins.  Catherine Stuart at age 15 has  been nominated by the  American Quarter Horse  Association for Rookie of the.  Year, placing her one of the top  10 riders in North America. Out  of 5000 candidates only 10  receive a letter of nomination.  By issuing this letter the  AQHA has recognized  Catherine for her outstanding  achievements. This is a great  honour Catherine, I know you  have worked hard to achieve it.  Catherine is also one of the  top five riders of B.C. and she  will be representing B.C. at the  Canadian National Quarter  Horse Show, October 5-9 in  Lethbridge, Alberta. As one of  the team members she will compete in Youth Showmanship,  Trail, Halter Geldings,,Hunter  under Saddle, Hunter over  Fences, Western Pleasure, and  Hunt Seat Equitation. She will  be riding her own horse Greatly  Styled.  Catherine has grown up on  the Coast and is now a student  at Elphinstone Senior Secondary. She finished Grade 10 last  year with honours and for the  summer has been working at the  Gibsons Animal Hospital with  veterinarian Joel Bornstein.  Keep up the hard work  Catherine, I look forward to  reporting your success from the  Nationals. What will be next,  could it be the 1988 World  Youth Championship in Tulsa,  Texas?  The  are over.  Are you?  "We Goofed" SALE!!  For MARINERS & LANDLUBBERS Alike:  Deck Shoes  In Navy, White, Ice  HUNDREDS of Them!!   (  i A   QQ  were'24"   ��   I    ������   33  All Sizes!!  NOW TO CLEAR  V.H.F. Radio special  "STINGER" Compact  "ALL CHANNEL"  $OQO00  ONLY  289  ' A Table of Exciting SEPTEMBER BARGAINS!  ^GIBSONS marina jjfii  Lose 10 lbs in  two weeks.  Up to 25 lbs in  six weeks.  Our counselors will show you  how lo lose weight quickly, reel  great, and keep the weight nIT.  So call now for a fra consultation  tin vour  1st week  )ANI( li EDMONO!  Diet  Center  886-DIET 634F��"lh��mRd'  Gibsons  Since the age of five Amanda  Hopkins has shown in horse  shows as a serious competitor.  After three years of hard work,  in her fourth year, she is also a  member of the B.C. Team  showing at the AQHA Canadian National October 5-9 in  Lethbridge.  Amanda will be showing her  six year old gelding Great Grel-  zky in Youth Halter, Showmanship and Trail.  Congratulations and good  luck to both of you, Catherine  and Amanda.  As a final note I would like to  add the Sunshine Coast  Equestrian Club will hold its Second Annual Fall Horse Show  and barbecue on September 25.  Show judge will be Sue Mills of  Vancouver. The barbecue will  run from 11 am until 3 pm, $5 a  plate. Club t-shirts, polo shirts  and sweat shirts will be on sale.  Phone 885-7243 for information or entries for this show.  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19  Come in ck meet  CHRIS JUOZAITIS  who is joining JOHN SHASKE at  $\jtrfrVlfltM  Chris graduated in Pharmacy at U.B.C. in 1982. He  managed a large drug store in the East Kootenays.  He was Involved with the Diabetic Association and  other health related groups in that area. Like John,  Chris firmly believes that people are the most important part of pharmacy. He looks forward to meeting  you and answering your health questions.  Please drop by for coffee & brownies,  1 to 4:30 pm MONDAY, SEPT. J9  ��� MEET CHRIS  ��� Find out u>hat PERSONALIZED  PHARMACY SERVICE is all about  CONGRATULATIONS DEREK BUSBY!  Winna nf the VIA Rail TR!I' FOR T\1'0 r,> ,b_ Canndien Rockies  HOWE SOUND PHARMACY 886-3365  Next toGibtons Medico! Clinic, Hwv 101 & Farnham Rd.  finu way you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results  *_     ��     i    &    *  *<&  sv��  RED QUILTED  SHIRTS  Reg. *3700  ^0. *24  4T  *t**  \wwm 'rnTmT iTvi rn_P^M  W\r\im l1 ii If.: iii,11 imftm  I MERCHANDISE  HotymA  S��chelt Coast News, September 12,1988  Letters to the Editor     Tourist experiences olfactory ambush  Editor:  Several weeks ago I packed  til1 niv camping geai and lieaded  from Powell River to Saltery  Bay to catch a ferry and begin a  week long vacation in the B.C.  interioi  Ihe let iv let initial was  overflowing with tourists and  residents with ilteit families and  friends and as the ferry steamed  out of the hay several rows of  forlorn motorists were left  hehind.  Upon arriving al Earls Cove,  I hail rolled up my vehicle window to close out the noise and  fumes Irom the ears. I glanced  ;n mnd and noticed that the  small island I used lo walk  around on while waiting for the  ferry was now completely levelled and a barge of lish food,  lltindred: :'l plastic bags piled  high, sal moored along the new  shoreline. As I bounced over the  ramp I rolled my window down  and suddenly a nauseating  stench assaulted my senses. The  smell was far worse than the  pulp mill emissions on a bad  day. Whether there were dead  lish from one of the local fish  farms nearby or fouled nets, I'll  never know, as I wasn't about  lo hang around to investigate. I  did wonder what the vacationers who jammed the Earls  Cove terminal were thinking. I  also wonder if anyone had gotten sick, the smell was that bad!  When 1 arrived in Sechelt I  decided to drive to Porpoise  Bay campground to prepare my  dinner. On ihe road to the provincial park I encountered the  same stench, I turned around  and high-tailed ii to Roberts  Creek picnic site instead. I was  later lold hy residents that along  this same road to the park is the  regional dumpsite where there is  also a huge fish burial pit for  fish farm morts.  According to a recently published federal fisheries map,  there are now 60 fish farms in  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District alone, and 173 in total  on the south coast (Vancouver  to Port Hardy). It is becoming  more and more obvious that  those persons promoting the  tourism, real estate and retirement industries or any community-based functions which  draw in the public, are going to  have an increasingly difficult  time due to the many problems  created by the fish farming industry. The smell is just one  issue.  I believe tourism and fish farming are incompatible and I feel  many coastal communities are  going to have to decide which  industry they are willing to support, tourism which is a steady  growth industry and one in  which all members of the community benefit, or fish farming  which is considered by many experts to be a very high risk industry fraught with problems  and an industry that can be  practically wiped out in one  afternoon by a toxic algae  bloom.  If I didn't live in Powell River  and have to take the ferry  regularly to Vancouver, I'm  sure I would never willingly  undergo such an olfactory ambush again.  I can only assume lhat a  visitor to the Sunshine Coast  may think twice about returning  here.  Claire Heffernan  Powell River, B.C.  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  Highways seems to be threatening  Editor's Note: A copy of the  following letter was received for  publication,  Ministry of transportation  and Highways  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C, V8V 1X4  Attention: Mr. Neil Vant  Mini I it ol Highways  We have a .small parcel of  land on Ciatdcn Hay Road in  Pendei Harbour. We have for  in years nurtured and worked  Ihis land lo make il a viable little  farm. Alongside our farm is  litis toad and where lite road  meets oul property there is a  bridge. We have been told that  ihis bridge is in need of replacement due to rolling pilings.  Although there is some controversy regarding the conditions of the bridge, the  Highways Department has  decided to replace it.  We do not disagree with Ihe  replacing of the bridge if it is  really necessary. As the  I lighways Department is replacing the bridge, Ihey have decided to change the angle of the  placement of ihe bridge and  make the toad onto the btidgc  and oil the bridge a certain curvature as dictated by a grid  mad. Ihis is also to accommodate a 50 kilometre highway  fot traffic expected 20 years in  the Inline.  I Ip until now this road and  the bridge pose no threat to ihe  lives of people travelling on it  and is nol dangerous, There are  no 'slow' postings or any warning signs on the toad. Now due  lo the changed angle of Ihe  bridge, the Highways rct|ttire  part ol out best grazing land  which is in the Agricultural  I and Reserve,  Needless to say this will greatly reduce our land size and puts  a highway over our prime flat  field, We feel this is completely  unnecessary as the highway is  now very straight and il makes  no sense In putting another  curve into an already very curved road  As we are open-minded people, we hesitate to stand in the  Way of progress but this proposed highway was not discussed  with us even though a major  Thanks  Editor:  (inee again Ihe campaign to  taisc kinds lot Cystic Fibrosis  research litis been veiy sttc-  cessful.  On behall of the foundation  and the children I would like lo  lhank Ihe (nasi News lor their  publicity, and theh columnists  who so willingly advertise upcoming evenls.  I would also like to say lhank  yon lo everyone on the coast  who participated and contributed to making our campaign so worthwhile.  Elva Dinn  Sunshine Coast Representative  Superior  coverage  Editor:  Ibis is to convey our lhanks  and appreciation of the superior  coverage given lo Sechelt  Celebration Day, 1988, by Ihe  (dtist News both before and  ,'iflct the event.  Celebration Day 88 is now a  good memory. So is your positive attitude.  Doug Roy, Chairperson  Celebration Day 1988  Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce  fencing repair job was being  done when the Highways properly agent came by to assess  Ihe property. All that work will  be of no avail when it is torn  down to be replaced by another  fence further in.  The Highways Department  requires at least a six-metre expansion from my understanding  at the meeting in Gibsons with  Mr. Warrington. The Highways  have requested that we relinquish 10 metres, with what they  consider a fair settlement. We  do not consider their amount of  compensation adequate to compensate for our loss but we  reconsidered the land in question and very reluctantly offered  lo give up seven and a half  metres for their expansion. Incidentally, as ! understand they  have 33 feet of easement on the  olher side of the road but with  the thick undergrowth and the  salmon spawning creek they  refuse to consider expansion on  that side.  This offer was refused by the  Highways Department and they  demanded 10 metres or they  would expropriate for 15  metres. This counter demand by  the department we feel is very  unfair and almost threatening.  The Department of Highways seems not to lake into consideration the damage to our  property as a long straight piece  of farm land ruined by a curve  taken out of the middle. They  seemingly fail to consider the  grazing land that they will be  forever destroying, not to mention in the future, the hay and  feed we will be required to purchase to feed our livestock.  We feel that basically if the  bridge needs to be replaced,  then replace it. If the proposed  'grid' highway is essential, then  please take only what is needed  and have the honour and the  decency to pay for what you  take. Highway robbery, excuse  the pun, is illegal, or so I  thought.  Again we feel this highway  work is totally unnecessary,  apart from replacing the bridge,  the stress created on the spawning creek is unnecessary and  with so many projects already  started and not completed, as  the stretch of highway near  Woods Bay, and even the ferry  unloading exits at Langdale, is  the minister wise to start yet  another project with the funds  for the highway so limited?  Please reconsider this  highway upgrading and leave us  our land.  Daryl & June Percival  This Pass Thru rear truck window fiai 2 Ming centre sections (fiat  slide open to provide acceu to a camper shed ��� or for additional cab  ventilation. A metal lock provide* security uhen (tie window Is closed.  Installation Instructions Included.  Get Your PASS THRU  rear sliding truck WINDOW  at  mm mm  Hwv 101 & Pratt Rd., Gibsons 886-7359  OPEN: Mon. - Fri. I *m ��� 4:30 pm  Salurday   8:30 am - 12:30 pal  What to do when  faced with an  unexpected pregnancy.  Your doctor has  current information.  Pregnancy  Services  Resource  Guide  Knowing who you can turn to for assistance in  deciding what to do, can help provide the  professional support and reassurance you may  need. In British Columbia, there are many support  services and agencies offering that assistance.  Your Government has prepared facts and  information to help and support you in making a  responsible decision.  When talking with your doctor, ask about  current information on pregnancy support services and the  network of community support agencies available to you.  Information to assist you in making your decision is available  at your pharmacy or local Health Unit listed in the Blue Pages  of your telephone directory.  This information and other Government initiatives are part of  our commitment to  strengthening the family.  Honourable  Peler A. Dueck,  Minisler of Health  Our future needs responsible decisions.  Ministry of Health Coast News, September 12,1988 19.  Sunshine Coast  Services Directory  ��� APPLIANCE SERVICES*  ELECTRICAL COIMTR.  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS  MARINE SERVICES  SERVICE ft REPAIR  To All Major Appllanw  r  Quality Reconditioned Major Appliances For Sale  GUARANTEED & DELIVERED  Will Buy Nice. Non Working Major Appliances  BJORN  88S-7897  9ftJtK Howidwc  Refrigeration &  Appliance Service  PRATT RD.  Electric Plus  Authorized  B.C. Hydro  Contractor  __jeaiiae C^lectrlc JtJ  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  Box 467, Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  886-3308  "West Coast'Drywall-"\  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION   I  __**_,_.A   . C��*>i. r\~r*.....-.____t_. t_i__-+l ___*___.     i__e   _. c_.   n..:..��:..���!  V.  -    _      UVirn.ILIIl.ini.    UWIIJtnUsjIIUIll ���  Board  - Spray - Demountable Partitions - Int. - Exl. Palntlngl  Taps    - Steel Studs      - Suspended Drywall        - Insulation j  ��� T-Bar Callings Ceilings I  Fof Guaranleed Quality & Service Ca'' I  BRENT ROTTLUFF or RON HOVDEN   J  .886-9495 886-9639-'  Need this space?  886-9959 J  If  tlic  COAST   IVItWS  880 To?? nt 88b 3930  EXCAVATING ���  ��� BUILDING CONTRACTORS*  Southin Bros. Construction  - QUALITY CONSTRUCTION SERVICES ���  ��� ADDITIONS ��� RENOVATIONS ��� NEW HOMES ��� OECKS  ��� CARPORTS ��� CONCRETE WORK ��� FENCING ��� SIDING  ��� WINDOW UPGRADING ��� RESIDENTIAL 4 COMMERCIAL  Free Written Estimates    Peter 886-2206  COAST BOBCAT SEBVICI  Small In Size - Big In Production  - Yard Clean-Up     - Post Holes  ��� Topsoil/Gravel/Mulch Spreading   Li9hl Trenching .������<����ef fvjpa ,  1885-7051   SECHELT M���mum*3frJ  ICIL  886-2430 - DARYL  EXCAVATING  SEPTIC TANKS  - SAND & GRAVEL  - CLEARING  LOGGING  '-/:.  ALWEST  HOME  SERVICES  VR_*  ��H!  "f6tmi10?���EEi  wMSTO'H,C �� Materials  100% Guarantee  On Workmanship  VINYL SIDING-SOFFIT FASCIA  Door and Window Conversions  Box 864 Roofing  Sechell, B.C. VON 3A0    Call Ior FREE ESTIMATE  88S-4572  A it G CONTRACTING  ��� Clearing & Stump Disposal   * wheel . Track Backhoe*  ��� Screened Topsoil - Fill-Sod   , Excavating * Drain Fields  ��� Sand 4 Gravel Deliveries      . B Tnn Cran,  GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.   fox <xU tf&a. pitHtUa ntttii   I>l'|smi\(,   l-\H)l I & DISKA  IMV,l ARDS  IflUKIHM)  ISWIMI'IS  HRlX HUKIS   FntKS  HOOKS  V 885-3930  886-7817 7  FBE|ST.MATES    rMBB]  COAST NEWS  & Photo  Reprints  5x7       $600  8x10     $900  any published photo or your  choice from the contact sheets  -?jyfej_.  WELL DRILLING LTD.  Now serving the Sunshine Coast  Submersible Pump Installation  Air Transportation Available (only 15 minutes  h_  .-.--. from Ouallcum)  L^y.  R.R. 2. Ouallcum Beach, B.C. T_ze\ r_n_ze_  *"  75Z*83SBy  P&M .EXCAVATING  RENOVATIONS WITH ~  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER HALFMOON BAY  LTDl 885-5029,  Specializing In  ��� Stump & Rock  Removal  ��� Landscaping  ��� Clearing, etc.  Case 680   On oversized  floatation lires  ��� Beach Work  ��� Ideal (or soft or  rocky ground  886-2182  ' ROLANDS'  HOME IMPROVEMENTS LT0>  ��� 5" Continuous aluminum gutters  ��� Aluminum soflits & lascias  ��� Built-in vacuum systems  ��� Vinyl siding  885-3562  ROOFING  Specializing In all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves   bua��n��ed.  Need this space?  C.ill  Ihf!  COAST   NEWS  .it  886 ?6?? or 88I1 3930  ��� HEATING  ICG LIQUID GAS  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy tot. acioss Si  trom Big Mac's, Sechelt,  POMFRET  CONSTRUCTION  f or all aspects ol  residential _ commercial construction  888-9692 P.O. Box 623. Gibsons, B.C.  4*&  BC FGRRIGS  Schedule  VANCOUVER-SECHELT PENINSULA  FALL '88  JERVIS INLET  CLEANING SERVICES ���  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Oles Cove  Commercial Containers Available  886-2938  PENINSULA SEPTIC  TANK SERVICE  Box 673, Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  RAY WILKINSON  885-7710  JWRSESti^^Alr^NGOALE^^^^^EARL^OV^AUERlfBAY  Lv. Horseshoe Bay Lv. Langdale Lv. Earls Cove Lv. Saltery Bay  7:30 am    3:30 pm M      6:20 am      2:30 pm 6:40 am      4:30 pm    5:45 M   3:30 pm  9:30 M     5:30 8:30 NT      4:30 8:20 6:30 7:35      5:30 M  11:30 am  7:25 M 10:30 am     6:30 10:30 8:30 9:25 M   7:30  1:15 pm    9:15 12:25 pm M 8:20 Nl 12:25 pm M 10:20 M     11:30     9:30  2:30 1:30 pm  Effective Wednesday, September 7 through  Monday, October to, 1988.  There will be no sailings at 1:30 pm from Saltery Bay  and no sailings at 2:30 pm from Earls Cove.  M denotes Maverick Bus  M' denotes no Maverick Bus on Sundays -  OMEGA  Terminal  'Note there will be no  "First Ferry" run on  Sundays & Holidays  ���6:02     Gibsons-  7:45     Merina  ns  11:45  1:40  3:45  5:45  ���6:00 Sunnycrest   *S:55 Lower           '6:03    Ferry  7:47 Melt               6:00 Bus               6:03    Terminal  0:47 10-00 Shelter           10:03  11:47 12:00                           ":03  1:42 1:50                             1:53  3:47 4:00                          *03  5:47 6:00                            6:03  ���6:10  8:10  10:10  12:10  2:05  4:10  6:10  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES*  Rt  :N,  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand I Gravel  CONCRETE  1  o  LTD.  ��to#g^_M  SECHELT PLAN I  _     BB5-71B0  StSVINC THiSUNSHINT COAST  GIBSONS PLANT  886-8174  J  o.ii: Swanson's  For: Ready Mix Concrete Sand & Gravel  Dump Truck Rental  Formed Concrete Products  Phone 885-9666 ��� 885-5333 J  Coast Concrete Pumping  & Foundations  FREE ESTIMATES  John Parton     885-5537  |MINI BUS SCHEDULE!  MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY EXCEPT HOLIDAYS  Effective Sept. 12  SECHELT TO WEST SECHELT:  LEAVE Sechelt:  (Trail Bay Mall/Trail Ave.)  8:25 a.m.  * 1:05 p.m  4.25 p.m  ARRIVE Mason/Noiwest Bay Rd  8:32 a.m.  * 1:12 pm.  4:32 P m  WEST SECHELT TO SECHELT:  LEAVE Mason/Norwesl Bay Rd.:  8:32 a.m  * 1:12 p.m  432 p.m  ARRIVE Sechell:  ������ ���  (Tiail Bay Mall/Trail Avo )  8:40 a.m.  * 1:20 pm  4.40 p.m  SECHELT TO GIBSONS:  LEAVE Sechelt:  (Trail Bay Mall/Trail Avb )  8:40 a.m.  10:30 am.  * 1:20 p.m.  3:00 pm  ARRIVE Lower Gibsons:  (Lower Rd.)  (Lower Rd.)  (Municipal Parking Lot)  9:15 a.m.  11:15am,  * 1:50 p.m.  3:45 p iri.  LOWER GIBSONS CIRCLE:  LEAVE Lower Gibsons:  (Municipal Parking Lot)  9:15a.m  * 1:50 p.m.  3:45 p.m  ARRIVE Lower Gibsons:  (Municipal Parking Lot)  9:25 a.m.  * 2:00 p.m.  3:55 p.m  GIBSONS TO SECHELT:  LEAVE Lower Gibsons:  (Municipal Paiking Lot)  9:25 a.m.  11:15am.  * 2:00 p.m.  3:55 pm.  ARRIVE Sechelt:  (Lower Rd.)  (Lower Rd )  {Trail Bay Mall/Trail Ave.)  10:15 a.m.  12 noon  * 2:45 p.m.  4:25 p.m.  REGULAR STOPS AT: SECHELT AND GIBSONS MEDICAL CLINICS  FARES:  One zone: 75 cents  Each additional zone 25 cents  Zone ifl Lowei Gibsons to  Flume Rd  Zone #2 Flume Rd to  West Secliell  The bus will stop on request  at any safe spot along Ils  route.  *'No Service on Fridays at  These Times*'  Please note: There is no service  on Saturdays, Sundays, or Holidays  Suncoast Transportation Schedules Sponsored Bi  /Turenne  Concrete Pumping Ltd.  ��� Pumping  ��� Foundations ���Patios  ��� Placing    ���Sidewalks    ��� Floor  ��� Finishing ���Driveways  l      RR��4 Cibsons 686-7021  IIP Gikuc*  1m&  a member of  Independent Travel  I Professionals  Summit  QWCM  Insurance, Cltuteptafi   Notary  886-9255  886-2000;  Red Carpet Service From Friendly Professionals In Sunnycrest Mall, Cibsons  FREE ���  ESTIMATES        t  Cottrell's Marine Service  SERVICE TO ALL MAKES  Specializing In Merc. Outboard  or stern drift rebuilding  Located at  Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  SHOP 886-7711     RES. 885-5840 ���  HARBOUR VIEW MARINE LTD  ��� SIIWUES ��� SALES e SESVICE ��� ��P4IRS ���  STEflH DRIVES   ��INBOARD ENOINES b)        "SOOfRB    TjfflJ   '"��    ".sjjs"  ruu, i,��r,��o  FULL LINE OF MARINE HARDWARE i ACCESSORIES  s, iiisuim      BOAT HAULING I FULL SHOP REPAIRS -  Van Orrw      DOCKSIOE SERVICE   __-r~ vwee 6��0'  . 6B4-0833       rinH.,ii, mim   jgjjj 886-2233^  * Salt Water Licences jj^J... j  * Motel & Campsites   * Water Taxi ^mW"  * Marine Repairs        * Ice and Tackle      883-2266  SUTHERLAND MARINE  Mobile Marine Service & Repair  ��� Dockside or Dryland ���  Factory Authorized Sales & Service For  r 7t ���" mc^Crui/er  e\__rdm UUT BOARDS     stchndrives inboards  ' Parts & Service for all makes of outboards   & stern drives  Situated at VHF 7 CB9  I COHO MARINA, Madeira Park       883-11197  ��� MISC SERVICES  JONJAREMA  DESIGN CONSULTANT  PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT CONCEP  ( USTOM HUMI DESIGN  TIONSOK ADDITIONS* REVISION OF l"\l:  DRAWINGS AND Rl NDERINOS  DISl  Nl. PLANS  vol l< HOME ENVIRONMBN1  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts & Beams  Chris Napper 086-3468  R.R.M, S6, C78,  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  "CHAINSAWS^  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &   CHAINSAW LTD.  I  731 NORTH ROAD   886-2912 )  'COMPLETE LANDSCAPE SERVICE f "��� & 8' GOLDEN A  *S��E2_? HEDGING EVERGREENS  BARK MULCH _ 3M/||  I5,ds delivered ,n sechelt ����U C0AST, LAMEST NURSE*.  MURRAY'S NURSERY ��������  Localed 1  261-2151  jtlti ol Hwy 101 on Mason Rd      885-2974  (D  L����U1L idJitW  886-7359  Contversion   Windows.   Glass,  Aulo  &  Marine   Glass, Aluminum Windows  & Screens,   ,.                                      Mirrors  . Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd. '  Custom Carpet Sales  & Installations  - W:  ��  /���**  WIDE SELECTION OF:  ��� Brand Name Carpols  t Saxony Plush, Cul �� Loop.  Barber Wool, Level Loop  ��� Resilient Flooring (Lino)  ��� Exclusive European  Flooring Designs  ��� Custom Installation  "QUALITY IS SATISFACTION",  Bf\E,�� For Appointment Call  IN HOME SHOPPING   I 888-8868 |  COAST NEWS  fc Photo  Reprints  5x7       $600  8x10     $900  any published pholo or your  choice from the contact sheets  GREAT  PACIFIC MANAGEMENT  iB       . ...      .     _     ��� CO.. LTD. (EST. 1965)  ��� hnanci.il Planning Service  ��� Investment Fund AlasdairW. Irvine  ��� RRSP'S Repromartve  ��� Retirement Income Funds (604) 886-6600  ��� Tax Shelters 8o< ,27 abi0_. Bc m m  | SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� CABINETS -  886-8411  I Showroom Kern's Plaza, Hwy 101  Open Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pm 20.  Coast News, September 12,1988  Dixon suggests  park for Jervis  Parks Committee Chairman  Stan Dixon has received the go-  ahead from the Sunshine Coast  Regional District (SCRD) to  pursue the acquisition of Crown  I and and waterlot leases in  otder to create a park in the  McMurray Bay and Barren  Lake area of Jervis Inlet.  Last Thursday, Dixon  presented his idea to the SCRD  Parks Committee. He pointed  out that, olher than Princess  Louisa Marine Park, no other  park is in place in Jervis Inlet.  The location at McMurray Bay,  he pointed out, is a safe harbour  even at low tides, fresh water is  available from Barren Lake's  drainage, and level camping exists above the high water mark.  In his brief to the committee,  Dixon wrote, "Establishment  of this park could be view ed as a  central component of a very  needed marine park system  along the entire length of Jervis  Inlet's 40 kilometres of outstandingly beautiful waterway. This  marine  Inlet  park system could ultimately be  tied into the Sechelt Inlet Park  system which was established in  the 1950's."  The Parks Committee gave  its unaminous support to the  recommendation that the  SCRD staff pursue the possibility of securing this area for use  as a safe harbour and general  recreation, and at the meeting  of the SCRD board later that  same day, the recommendation  was adopted.  WHARF RD. - OPPOSITE SUNSHINE MOTORS - SECHELT  Treasure Chest - (Unusual Gift store)  FINAL WEEK  WE HAVE SLASHED PRICES AGAIN'  *WE MUST CLEAR STORE RT THIS SATUHDAY =  * Handlaid/Painted Egyptian Papyrus  * Handformed Egyptian Plates & Trays  * Kenya Carvings  * Handmade/Painted Thailand Ceramics  * Limited Edition Prints  ��� WE STILL HAVE GLASS DISPLAY CASES  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Welcome Beach meeting  by Ruth Forrester, (1)15-2418  Hope you have reserved this  Wednesday evening for the  Welcome Beach Community  Association special meeting.  7:30 at the hall. Please try to  turn out for this important  event.  I  Davis Bay  News & Views  Meeting  by Jean Robinson, 885-2954  The general meeting of the  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Community Association is tonight.  Be at the Wilson Creek Hall at  7:30 pm, 5123 Davis Bay Road.  I iveryone is welcome.  After a short meeting, Wendy  Gilbertson from the Gibsons  Swimming Pool will explain the  tall program including the excellent exercises for the non-  athletic types among us.  REMINDER  The Sunshine Coast Home  Support Society is still looking  for donated goods to be sold al  their garage sale on September  17 and 18 at Kirkland Centre.  The time is from 10 am until 2  pm both days. If there is  anything you wish lo be picked  up, please phone Vicki Winn at  Shorncliffe 885-5126 or Bill  LeNeve 885-7490.  Kirkland Centre is the last  driveway on the left hand side at  Ihe end of Simpkins Road, right  off Davis Bay Road in Davis  Bay.  BROWNIE REGISTRATION  If you have daughters  Urownie age then you may  register them at Davis Bay  school from 5:30 to 6:30 on  September 20. They will be  known as the Wilson Creek  Brownies.  TRUISM  "To err is human, bul when  Ihe eraser wears oul ahead oJ  Ihe pencil, you 're overdoing It,"  - borrowed from J. Jenkins.  Daniel Pt.  access  a concern  A land swap which took  place several years ago, with the  developers of property at Lee  Hay, included a guarantee that  when the Daniel Point area  became accessible by road, the  developers would create parking  space and fool access into the  park.  In a letter received last week  by the Regional District Parks  Committee, Howard White  pointed out that, "there is now  it well-maintained road which  runs past the park area to the  Daniel Point Fish Farm, but no  work has ever been done on  opening the park."  White asked that the  Regional Board not lose sight of  ihe commitments made to provide access to the park which he  wrote, "offers one of the very  few opportunities for residents  and visitors alike to savour the  craggy beauty of an exposed  coastal headland, and the views  of Malaspina Strait and the  Pender Harbour entrance are  unsurpassed."  Gordon Wilson told the  meeling that the Area A Planning Committee (APC) share  White's concerns and suggested  that he be asked to sit down  with the APC and work out  some recommendations for the  Regional Board to pursue.  The recommendation was  passed by the committee and  adopted by the Regional Board  at a meeting later that day.  THE LITTLE CHURCH  The Church of His Presence  on Redrooffs is still looking for  a new home, but not for the  reason stated in last week's column. The property on which it  is located is still owned by the  Greenes and has not been sold.  Mr. Greene offered to donate  the building to the Anglican  Catholic Church who are the  present users in the hope that an  alternative spot could be located  on which to move it.  When the time comes for the  property to be sold the purchasers may not want the  building and could decide to  dispose of it.  So if anyone out there can offer an alternative it would be  good news for all who have  learned to love the little  building.  A BIRTHDAY PARTY  The family of Hugh  McPhalen of Redrooffs  gathered for a special dinner to  celebrate Hugh's 91st birthday  last week. It was held at the  Sechell home of daughter and  son-in-law Louis and Pat Mitten. Family members from  Powell River and West Vancouver were also present.  Hugh is still a very active  man, drives his own car and  takes excellent care of a huge  garden.  Happy birthday Hugh, and  may you have many more.  BROWNIES AND CUBS  Registration for Brownies  will take place at Coopers Green  Hall on Monday, September 19  between 3 and 4 pm.  Beavers and Cubs may  register on Thursday, September 15 at Welcome Beach Hall,  Time is 7 pm.  USED BUILDING SUPPLIES  Quality, used lumber, bricks, windows, lights, plumbing, etc  P �� B USED BUILDING MATERIALS  11947 Tannery Rd., Surrey  MONDAY-SATURDAY BBB-1311  We also buy used building materials  Marina Place  A Retirement Village  INVITATION  Interested trades, skilled construction workers 6k suppliers  and other construction services are invited to participate in  the construction of this 38-unit frame construction project  in Gibsons, B.C.  AN IMMEDIATE START IS PLANNED  A development for Caspar Holdings Ltd. by:  Panorama Construction Managers Ltd.  P.O. Box 1248  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  Phone: 886-4605  FAX: 886-4607  Adopting a Special-Needs or Older Child:  It takes much more  than love alone.  There are many people in British  Columbia who have been waiting a  long time to adopt a baby. At the same  time, there are many special-needs and  older children waiting for adoption.  In order to help unite more of these  children and parents, your Government  is providing new information and  support services because we recognize  that successful adoption is not an  easy task.  Adopting an older or a special-needs  child is a major decision for a family to  make. It requires an informed decision  based upon the strength of the family  and the particular needs of each child.  Special-needs children include some with physical or mental handicaps,  learning disabilities, developmental delays, or who may have been abused. In  addition to providing a stable home, families may need to obtain therapy,  counselling, rehabilitation services or special equipment to help children deal  with medical problems.  In Vancouver and Prince George there are adoption projects in place  supported by staff specially trained in assisting potential parents in making the  best decision, and to help them meet the challenges of older and special-needs  children.  If you would like to learn more about adopting an older or a special-needs  child, contact your local office of the Ministry of Social Services and Housing.  ���-���������.����: ������.$&���������  '  Our future needs responsible decisions.  BC^  Ministry of Social Services and Housing  Honourable Claude Richmond, Minister Coast News, September 12,1988  21.  'CP  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ezf.  *w  \* NeMMOtl fro|Mtty  17.  mrmml_lu**  *��� RMm  14.  tor Ma  j. out���tm  1*.  tUstsW  4. _ummmt_m  M.  Cm-nn  $. TWakTam   '  21.  ���Mf##  ��.   NfMMl  11.  ����-�����  �����  T.   *      |  11.  flMMfCycles  a. wiiami  14.  WotedtolcM  im��|iBn>n  IS.  txHlrukfut  ���. lo*  14.  lav Rem  10.  Itwext  IT.  Ita* WotceJ  tl. r��tt��.lhrwt>xk  24.  Wait Wasted  tl. Ma* ^������  It.  CMMCare  13.   TMSHri  SO.  ImiIihii  (4. W��eM4  OppatfimMet  13.  he*  SI.  Lefal  14.  CwstftSdf*  St.  ���.ClVrton  '��� Homes  &. Property  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  IN PENDER HARBOUR   Marina Pharmacy ^bbs  AC Building Supplies 8839551  IN HALFMOON BAY   B & J Store 8859435  IN SECHELT  The Coast News  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  IN DAVIS BAY-  Peninsula Market 8859721  IN WILSON CREEK   Wilson Creek  Campground 885-5937  IN ROBERTS CREEK   Seaview Market 8853400  IN GIBSONS  B&D Sports  (Sunnycrest Mall) 886-4635  The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  FOR MONDAY PUBLICATION  [60x250' West Sechelt walerlronl  lot, 2 cleared building sites with  driveway. New steps and trails  [down park-like hillside to rock  bull-dozed beach. Have septic  ! permit, house plans, spectacular  view, outstanding beach areas.  885-7629. #39s  Cleared View Lot  Grandview Heights  $20,000  886-2809 or 885-2836       #39s  Unique custom post 8, beam  home, loll bdrm., Dougal Rd..  Gibsons. 885-5483. #39s  4 bdrm., 6 yr. old home, Garden  Bay. elec. heat, wood slove, 2  car garage, level lot. view of bay.  $90,000.883-2396. #37s  Waterfront lot Gower Pt. Rd.,  asking $64,900. 886-9485 or  526-4061. #40s  ANDERSON REALTY  The Sunshine Coast  Specialists lor  ��� Recreation  ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FREE CATALOGUE  Teredo Square, Sechell  885-3211  Van. Toll Free 684 8016  There's always service with a smile when you  place your classifieds at B & J Store, our Friendly  People Place In Hallmoon Bay. j  Wanted to buy, 1 + acreage with  living quarters, privacy, Hallmoon Bay area, but will consider  all other properties, motivated by  vendor financing, $8000 cash  downpayment. Call 854-5443 alt.  6pm. #39  LOG HOME ~~  Approx. 1700 sq.ft. fir structure,  28x40 with 28x16 loll. Ready lo  be moved and assembled on your  lot. top quality log work, greal  price, absolutely no viewing  without appointment. 885-2839.  #37s  PRIVATE SALE  Lower Gibsons, asking $86,500.  1800 sq. II. split level on 65x160.  lot, 3 bdrms., i.Vi balhs, deck,  fenced backyard, walking  distance to shopping & beaches  886-7163. #37  Wanted ��� rent to purchase or  agreemenl for sale with B.C. 2nd.  House acreage or mobile. Ray  886-7632. #38  Large Davis Bay lol, some view,  septic field, water, road installed,  $29,500 lirm. 885-2156.     #38  Gibsons - 561 Abbs Road,  panoramic seascape, a million  dollar harbour & ocean vista from  large sundeck, living room and  kitchen of this clean 3 bedroom  (could be 4), den, V< basement  w/rec room and bathroom. Landscaped Iront and back, extra  parking lor boal or RV, only 2  blocks up Irom Molly's Reach,  schools & shopping. Be lirsl and  you'll be sold. Asking $89,900.  Oilers invited. Lorin Campbell  926-5500 24 hrs. Campbell-Sage  Realty. #39  &.  of*-  *S5i*��  The LOWEST  Classified Ad Rates  C\��*s'  vP^l UU   (minimum) for 10 words  25 'or eac'1 a('('','on'1' w��rd  Pay (or 2 weeks, Get the 3rd week FREE  When paid by CASH, CHEQUE  or MONEY ORDER  \\  Sltfte SeUTcLASSIFIEDS  They run until your item is sold!  I J       for up to 10 words * I        per additional  word  Your ad, featuring one ilem only, will run fur four consecutive  weeks and will then be cancelled unless you Instruct us to renew ii  for  .mother   four,   by   Saturday,   3  pm.  NO CHARGE FOR RENEWAL for as long as you wanl!  (Not .iv.iildl)letu i  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be PRE-PAID before insertion.  For your convenience, use your MASTERCARD or VISA!  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  At "Friendly People Places" Saturday NOON  At COAST NEWS Offices,  Sechell ��, Gibsons    SATURDAY, 3 pm  COAST NEWS Classifieds  Cowrie Si , Sechell  885-3930  The LOWEST Price!  The HIGHEST Circulation!  The FIRST on the street!  Chiles Lane, Gibsons  886-2622  '��� Homes  8. Property  3.5 acres. Pender Harbour, paved, power. $16,900. Ross, Century Wesl Realty, 883-9423. #37s  Approx. 800 sq. ft. home,  workshop, woodshed, nearly "i  acre lot, Mason & Noiwest Bay  Rd., Sechelt, $49,500.  885-3982. #37s  "Like lo live in a modern log  home version of an old lamily  farmstead?" Drive by 6406 Marmot drive, Porpoise Bay Properties and make an otter. Call Carl  or Lucy. 885-3379. #37  Stewart, Vicki and Jeremy are  pleased lo announce the arrival ol  Aaron Peter. August 20. 1988,  weighing 8 lbs., 2 oz. Happy  grandparents are Ciill & Vina  Beeman ol Roberts Creek, Dee &  Sylvia Bergner of Roberts Creek,  and Vera Bergner of Victoria.  Many thanks lo Drs. Pelzold and  Berinstein and the wonderful nursing staff at St. Mary's. Special  lhanks to Laurie and Diana.   #37  Obituaries  PROVENCAL: Joseph ol Roberts  Creek passed away al Lion's Gate  Hospital, North Vancouver on  Augusi 22, 1988, in his 84th  year Survived by his wife. Olive  at home; Iwo sons, Roderick of  Port Alberni and Victor of  Nanaimo; Iwo daughteis. Janet  MacRae ol Quebec and Florence  Parker ol Kelowna. Funeral services were held on Friday,  August 26, 1988 Irom Ihe Noire  Dame Catholic Church in Port  Alberni. Donations may be made  in Joe's memory to the Sunshine  Coasl Adult Day Care Kirkland  House, Wilson Creek. B.C.  #37  In .MBmoriam donations to B.C.  and Yukon Hearl Fund, Box  1525, Gibsons gralelully accepted. Card will be sent to  bereaved wilh donor's name. Tax  receipt to donor. Envelopes at  bank. #37  In Memoriam  In memoriam to M.D. Evans who  left us a year ago on September  13. 1987. You are always in our  hearts. S Evans #37  Thank You  Many thanks to Dr. Hourigan and  all Ihe stall on the firsl floor of SI.  Mary's Hospital. Their kindness  and Ihoughffulness in the care of  my beloved Ross will never be  forgotten by my lamily.  Catherine McQuitty & family. #37  Thank you to the Royal Canadian  Legion and Ladies Auxiliary for  the   excellent   service   and  refreshments for Ross' memorial  service.  Catherine McQuitty & lamily. #37  To John Theed: I thought'I'd  never see my camera case again  and lhat kind ol ruined a beautiful  day until I gol home and heard  lhal it had been dropped off al the  Coasl News olfice in Sechell  Thanks muchly for your good  deed. M.W. #37  Are you in an unhappy relationship? Call Ihe Transilion House  lor free confidential counselling.  885-2944. TFN  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Call Eleanor Mae 885-9018.   #41  Save & Fly coupons, have any  you're nol using? Couple w/sm,  child planning to visit Eng. Help  greatly appreciated. 885-9553.  #37  Announcements  II someone In your family has a  drinking problem you can see  whal it's doing to Ihem. Can you  see what it's doing to you? Al-  Anon can help. Phone 886-9903  or 886-8656.  Attention Teens  Al-Aleen   Can   Help.   Phone  886-2565. TFN  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885 2896, 886-7272, 886-2954  TFN  Phone us today about our beautiful selection ot personalized wedding invitations, napkins, matches, stationery, and more  Jeannie's Gills & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Attention All  Karleka  Forest  Practice Wed.  Sept 7 at 6 pm. Cliff Gilker Park.  Daryl 886-3911. #37  We invite you to come and see our  large selection ol quality used furniture and miscellaneous items.  THEN & NOW FURNITURE  699 HWY. 101. GIBSONS  886-4716  #38  Reno tun bus, Nov. 19, 1988 off  Sunshine Coast, 7 day regular  escorted. Pat or Gale. 885-4639.  #38  Leslie Ellett Dance Classes  crealive dance lor children and  modern dance for teens. Classes  at Gibsons United Church Hall.  Beginning Sept. 21. now accepting new students. 886-8044.  #38  Would Ihe person who has Andy  Aitchison's walkie-talkies please  phone 885-2997. #39  CHANNELLED READINGS  Reiki  PAST LIFE THERAPY  Sue Winters 886-8353  Wanl your memories saved? Have  your wedding, birthday, special  occasions videoed and save Ihose  memories. Call 886-3001.     #39  WCB Survival First Aid Sat.,  Sept. 17 at Chatelech, 9-4. For  inlo ell John at 883-9308.     #38  CPR or Survival Firsl Aid Courses  held on selected Saturdays. Call  J6hn at 883-9308. #38  Langdale area, orange cat, comes  to name ol Tigger, also black &  white cat named Snuggles  (comes lo lood only). 886-4988.  #37  Narrow wedding ring with small  ruby. 886-9492. #37  Langdale area, grey tabby.  886-4988. #37  Set ol keys, Friday at Gibsons  Elementary in Ihe school yard.  886-9325. #37  Yellow & blue umbrella stroller  left in DeVries, Gibsons around  end ol August. May be picked up  at DeVries. #37  Blue footlocker bag & shorts in  alley by Coasl News #37  Pet chicken lound in Dougal Park  3-4weeksago. 886-2112.    #37  Lefl al Bank ol Montreal in Gibsons, a woman's umbrella with a  wooden handle. #37  Large Iriendly orange male cat  lound 2 weeks ago, Cheryl Ann  Park Rd, 886-8286 #37  Key on tab North Lake Rd., Egmont. 883-1154 #37  Small grey s, white young cal.  Shaw Rd. 886-2223. #37  1 - Pets  8, Livestock  MAGUS KENNELS  ��� Bright clean dog  & cat boarding  ��� Dog grooming  Lowest Prices On  SCIENCE DIET-  OPEN 8 am - 6:30 pm  everyday. 886-8568  Purebred Cocker Spaniel puppies. $200. leave message  886-7664. #39  SPCA ADOPTION  Young lemale lab terrier cross;  variety of kittens. 885-5734.  #37  WANTED - male dwarf rabbit for  stud. 886-2738. #37  Maltese poodle cross pups for  sale. 883-9665. #39  Pets  &. Livestock  SCIENCE DIET 4 IAMS  Pet Food  Quality Farm & Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  Reg. Tenn Walker. 11 yrs. old,  geld., 14.2 HH., $700 lirm.  883-2367, #38  Falaron Stables, Leek Rd horses  for rent, horse boarding, western  lessons, horseshoeing, overnight  rides, wagon rides. 886-7243.  #37  4 yr. old Doberman, 2 yr. old Lab  X, males, neutered, have all  shots, 886-3662, #38  PIANO  TUNING  repairs S. appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  SINGING LESSONS  Classical & Semi-Classical  Min. Age 16 Yrs. 886-8026  LYN VERNON  #39  Synthesizer Roland Juno 60  polyphonic infinite sounds, pro-  gramable memory, $650. Ken  Dalgleish 886-2843. #38  For sale; Clarinet, model Evetle  B-12. $175 OBO. 886-7486. #39  Bike with brakes for 6 yr. old  boy. 885-9969. #37  Christian arts & crafts to sell on  consignment, Gibsons Christian  Books, 747 North Rd. 886-4748.  #37  Mature couple will housesit.  winler season, includes pels. etc.  885-2820. #37  Commuter needs ride lo and Irom  Langdale terminal. 886-3954.  #37  22 rifle or shotgun, reas price,  any shape. 885-5404, #38  Chain come-a-long (1 lo 3 tons);  power generator. 886-9625. #38  Old records, old sheet music, old  non-fiction books. 886-2513. #38  6 or 8" insulated chimney pipe.  886-3695 days 886-4584.    #37  Used rock tumbler double barrel  lor beginner. 885-3259 belore 2  pm. #37  Antigue dining room set, preler  Eng or French style, antigue  chest, chairs. 885-7434 after  Sepl. 19. #39  WANTED: Set ol weights. Ph. Al  886-7834 #39  Shallow well pump plus motor  886-8324 #37  Ladies   Auxiliary   Christmas  Bazaar, Roberts Creek Legion.  Branch 109. Dec 3. 1 to 3 pm  #37  Garage Sales  Misc. goods, 2 luel lanks, 350  gal each. 1222 Roberts Creek  Rd.,Sal.9am-3pm. #37  Sun., Sept.   18,   10-2,   1230  Crowe Rd. last house, rain or  shine, lurniture, rugs, drapes,  etc. #37  BUCCANEER MARINA  Used parts, marine ace. tools,  h/hold items, lurniture, antigues,  toys & much more, 3 miles north  of Halfmoon Bay, follow the  signs. Sat. & Sun., Sepl. 17 ��  18. #37  Sat. & Sun., 10 - 3 pm, tools &  misc. 1152 MalaviewRd.     #37  TFN  15.3 H.H, T.B. mare. English-  Western,   jumps,   needs   experienced rider, some tack included, $850 OBO. 883-9383.  #39$  SPCA   SPAYING   PROGRAM  886-8044. 885-9582.  TFN  2 yr old registered Morgan stud  coll Show & sire potential. Dark  cheslnul $2500 792-5280.#37s  Garage Sales  Sat. Sept. 17. 10-2, no early  birds please, 427 S. Fletcher.  Gibsons. #37  Variety tor home, garden,  cralters, quillets, weavers, stitchers. Sat, Sept 17. 10-2, no  early birds please, 5797 Ebbtide.  Sechelt #37  SCHSS garage sale Sept 17 &  18, 10-2, Davis Bay. follow  signs. #37  100's ol items, novelties,  household, tools. Maytag  dishwashers, desks, chairs,  tablesaw, etc, Sat & Sun.  Sepl 17 8,18. 11 am past B&J  Store, MintieRd.. Halfmoon Bay.  885-3161. #37  Sat. &Sun,, Sept. 17-18. 9 am,  dressers, appliances, 2 wood  heaters, toys, good misc., corner  Snodgrass Rd. _, Hwy. 101. #37  Multicycle Inglis auto washer.  $295. Guaranteed & delivered.  883-2648. TFN  T & S SOIL  Mushroom Manure  Topsoil Mixed  Bark Mulch  By Ihe yard or 14 yard diesel  dumptruck-full. Top quality products at reasonable prices. You  pickup or we deliver.  Phone  anytime 885-5669. TFN  Billiard table, Briarwood IV by  Brunswick Sears, complete,  $500,886-9115. #40s  Kitchen table S leal with 4 swivel  matching chairs on casters, very  gd. cond., $150; platform  upholstered rocker, $20; dog  house, prefab, manufactured,  removable roof (for small or med,  dog) $50. 885-4748. #37  Green Onion  Earth Station  SATELLITE  Sales & Service  885-5644  318 Dodge motor, exc. cond.,  brand new clutch; 4 sp. trans, on  Ihe floor, $350, will sell motor  separately, 886-3517. #38  Oil furnace, 85,000 BTU, can be  used upright or inverted, includes  ducting, 886-4800 #38  Harvest gold Tappen Gurney 30"  stove & matching f/f 17 cu. ft.  Iridge. $500 pr; 6'x7' Silverline  all metal tent trailer with brake  lights. $200; complele Queensize  waveless waler bed, $200; Kenmore highspeed dryer, $150.  Misc. household & building  materials. 886-2694. #38  HOT TUB SALE  Complete package includes a 5  seater or 6'/!X6'A' tub, cover,  filter and pump cost $3200 To  view call 886-2910. #38  Love seat, $175; 2 swivel  rockers, $100 ea. All have patchwork upholstery; 2 sliding  doors, 30"x80". $6 pr.  886-9490 #38  �� CLOCK RADIO  |      SALE $39.99  - AMT .M luiiu  | CAS5EITE  | RECORDER  3 2-way Speaker System  |        SALE $52.99  I \si I si  f CLOCK RADIO  |     SALE $17.99  5      \\l I \t H v\ ���> '���  I     RADIO T.V*  _- R,K 1109.99.  I     SALE $89.99  iMACLE0D'S,secheit  Local grown organic corn,  squash & fruit. 885-9357 between 12 and 1pm. TFN  Fisher steel airtight wood heater  & chimney; 2 oil stoves with  lanks & stands. 816 Port Mellon  Hwy. 939-9650. #37  United Church Ihritt shop lor  family clothing, books, misc.,  Fridays 1-3pm, bsmt. at rear.  #37  16 cu. ft. McClary Ireezer, $200;  fire screen, companion set &  wood carrier, $100; 1500 kw  heater, $25.886-9796.        #37  21 cu. ft. freezer. $100.  886-9127. #39  23 cu. ft. Ireezer, good working  cond,, $125; Viking washer,  $95; change table/bath, $35.  886-8601. #39  HAY FOR SALE  New Hay $3.50     Old Hay $2 50  Can deliver 885-9357  TFN  Color VCR camera with portable  VCR, $825 OBO. Tarry 886-3595,  886-2268 TFN  Husqvarna 444 18" bar. good  condition, includes spare parts.  $200.885-7518. #37s  Fresh local sweet corn. 885-9357  between 12 8,1pm, #TFN  Umby 5 J cu tl  REFRIGERATOR  He. 1349      SALE $289  Oinby 10 cu It  REFRIGERATOR  Reg SJ79      SALE $399  Hotpotnl '���    , It IRT150)  REFRIGERATOR  Ran sm      SALE $749  Holpoinl Ponabla (SC420)  DISHWASHER  Reg S619      SALE $549  used Admiral As is  BUILT-IN OVEN  Reg lo S6Z9       SALE $200  | MACLEOD'S, Sechelt  Coldspot 15 cu. ft. f/f white  super cond., recond., $439 OBO;  Inglis portable dryer 110 volts, 3  eye. perm-press, $227 OBO; Kit-  chenaid port, dishwasher like  new. h. gold, deluxe $277 OBO;  Moffat 2 sp. heavy duty original  $500; recond. white washer,  $339 OBO; Weslinghouse sell  clean h. gold stove with black  ovendoor, 2 corning, top $329  OBO; Whirlpool no frost white 2  dr. fridge recond., nice, $359  OBO; Inglis liberator heavy duty  dryer white, $239 OBO; G.E.  Talisman American, 30" sell  clean white stove. 2 ovens, recond., $389 OBO; Viking 20  cu.ft. s/s white f/l fridge  recond., $385 OBO. Appliances  guaranteed from 90 days to 2  years. Parts and labour. Corner  Cupboard. 885-4434 or Bjorn  885-7897. Will buy non-working  or used appliances. 885-7897.  #37  Very nice big 7 drawer dresser  w/mirror & shelves, $350 OBO;  coffee, sofa & end tables, $300  OBO; high chair, typewriter,  $150 OBO; big olfice desk.  886-8593. #37  Temporary service 60 amp 12  way panel, complete, $150.  885-9507. #37  Janome sewing machine, 3 yrs.  old, as new. many features,  $375; hideabed, love seat size,  brown velvet, used 1 yr., $375.  885-2656. #37  Maytag   undercounter  dishwasher, corning ware stove, self-  cleaning oven, $300. 886-3942.  #37  ^ Plexiglas  S    Fibreglas Supplies  1 ^=F0AM=  S   ��� Camping Pads  S�� Mattresses, etc.  . W.W. UPHOLSTERY &  2 BOAT TOPS LTD.  2 637 Wyngaert Rd.  S Gibsons       886-7310  Hasselblad 500 C w/80mm lens,  12A back. v.g. cond. 885-3701  eves. #39  30" GE Contessa elec. range,  med. green, clean & gd. cond.,  $175,886-9983. #37  York 2001 gym, gd, shape,  $225 886-7224. #37  BMX bike, 20". gd. cond., $60  OBO 886-3668. #39  "Conn" Alto Saxophone, priced  to sell, $500. 886-9880 ah. 6pm.  #39  Electric organ. $350; walnut/-  glass coffee table. $150;  dbl./glazed window. S8"x28".  $50; 6 drawer dressing table,  $40; chesterfield, $40.  886-8201. #39  Return flight to Edmonton Sept.  15 to 27th, less than half price,  $125,885-7575. #37  6100 Husky chainsaw and Alaska  mill. $450. 885-4493. #37  Queen size waterbed, bookcase  headboard, new mattress. $150;  triple drawer with mirror, $60;  desk, $20.886-7028. #37  Temporary power pole, $100;  apt. size Iridge & slove, $80.  886-3493. #39  Seasoned alder. $80/cord  delivered, Sechelt area.  885-5883 after 6 pm. #39  Speed queen dryer & RCA  washer. $295 pair, 6 mo. warranty. 885-2682 or 885-1985  eves. #39  Airco furnace, oat. gas or propane, used 1 month, $200.  885-7511. #37 22.  Coast News, September 12,1988  HIDE-A-BED  Reg $895  NOW s495"  CHESTERFIELD and ,  LOVESEAT    N,  Reg $1495     [\ "m  SPECIAL s89500  r Cowrie St., Sechell  Beside Sears Outlet  [Open Tues-Sat 10-5J  >]885-3713i  Complete Satellite system: new  Videocipher II, It loot dish,  remote arm, Drake tuner, $2850  OBO. 886-7158 #39  400 amp diesel welder, as new.  with 200' cable, $3150 080  886-9440 #39  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  886-2020  TFN  1971 Chev window van. Very  good running cond Partly  camperized, lots ol extras, $1850  or trade small car. 886-9729.  #409  1968 Pontiac Firebird tor sale or  trade lor pickup 886-3729.  #39  73 Capri tor parts. 2600 V6. nol  running; '81 CB 400 Irontend  damage. $275 with extra Iron-  tend Tony 886-4720. #37  '86 Toyota Corolla, new condition, less than 10,000 miles.  $9600 OBO 885-3408 #37  Designer tree-standing opal 24"  'fireplace, complete, gd cond ,  $125 OBO; Arctic parka, XL.  H.B. Co. greenlell cloth & duffel.  zip fronts, lull wolverine pelt collar. $275 OBO 885-9398.    #37  '74 Olds. 2 dr., PS. PB. AM/FM  cassette. $800 OBO 885-9425  eves. #40s  1981 AMC Eagle 4X4. sunroof,  stereo, gd.cond., $2000.  886-3472. #40s  76 Dodge Van. new motor & rear  end. air/cruise, camperized.  $3000 OBO. 885-5280 or  885-3127 #37s  '80 CJ10 4x4 jeep, red,  miscellaneous work done, new  lires, $5900 OBO 886-2334.  886-3110 #40  1975 Toyota p/u long box. mini,  low miles. $1500 886-9056 #37  71 Ford Courier p/u, running  order. $375 OBO Ph 886-3695  mess. #39  Crummy ��� 10 man crew bus. 79  GMC 4x4, 350 eng,. winch, tool  box in back, good radials, well  maintained, $13,000, Forestry  lire truck. '69 International 1700  4x4. 1800 gals. P TO pump,  hose reel, winch, ready lo go to  work; Deluxe travel trailer, 31"  Holiday, self-contained, Arctic  package, air-cond , 3 way fridge,  propane stove & lurnace. awning, hitch, etc. $12,000; 307  Pontiac rebuilt eng., $500 OBO.  886-7158.885-3897 #39  1983 Ford  Ranger 4X4.  exc.  cond . $7995 886-3882 eves.  TFN  1983 Citalion. 6 cyl. 68.000  kms. exc. cond . asking $4500.  885-2820. #37  78 Ford Country Squire S/W,  gd shape, $650. 886-2567.  #36  1978 Dodge Diplomat, nice  cond., air, cond., snow tires.  886-9684. #37  72 Ford Courier PU. rel.. 4 sp.,  new bat . $500; 71 VW  Wesllalia van lor parts. 886-3695  days. 886-4584 eves. #37  1985 Ford Escort, exc. cond.,  $5500 OBO 886-3789        #38s  77 Corvette 350. L82, PS/PB.  T-top. wire whls. 72 Capri, body  gd��� needs motor work, $300.  885-3455 #37  1982 Volvo S/W. air cond.,  slereo, very gd cond.. $9750  886-3030 #38s  1978 Pontiac Acadian, 4 dr, 4 sp,  gd reliable car 886-3841  #38s  76 Ford Courier PU. 5 spd. standard, reliable transport, $400  886-3398 #37  77 Triumph TR7 modified Ferrari  lype body style, needs work, exc.  drive train, no rust, $1500 Also  TR7 rear spoiler, $200. 885-7197  or 885-7056. #37  '67 Mustang, 6 cyl., aulo.,  $3750 886-8091. #38  72 VW Super Beetle, runs well.  $800 OBO. 886-2599 #38  74 Malibu Classic, mech. gd..  gd. tires, body rust, $500 OBO.  885-2592. #39s  Campers  Motorhomes  1 i0[ .      . ,  tOV.  WE NEED TRUCKS  >////'  11 High Trade-Ins Paid For All Types Of Trucks  CLEARING ALL CARS!!!  r * �� * #  REDUCED  TO CLEAR!  1973 PONTIAC LEMANS 4DR  V8. Auto. Lux. Int. I1  1978 CHEV MALIBU 4DR <��  V8. Auto. PS/PB V  1982 CHEV CAVALIER S.W.  4 Cyl. Auto, A/C  1979 MALIBU S.W. Mom's Taxi  V8, Aulo. Nice 8, Clean  1980 DODGE OMNI HT BK  ************  REDUCED TO  \itrf,  LETS  DEAL!   .  4 Cyl. Aulo. Good Shape  1981 MALIBU, 4 DR  6 Aulo. A/C  1973 V.W. BUG  \ti"*  CLEAR!  1976 SCIRROCCO  Completely Reconditioned, Very Fast1  1982 CITATION 4DR  ���1 Spd,, AM/FM Cass., Ldw kms  1981 PHOENIX LJ  V6. Auto. Semi-Load. Tilt. PW.  Lux. Int.  1979 NOVA 4DR  6 Cyl. Auto, Great Family Transport  1984 CAMARO  V6. Auto. OD. PS/PB/PW, Till. Stereo  19B4 CAMARO BERLINETTA  V8, Aulo. 00. T. Tops, Loaded  1979 CHEV MONZA .,,,.  V6. 4 Spd. Slereo    0 flttr��jr  1982 NIVA 1600*.**-** ** ���'*$%*,  A Wheel Drive. 4 Cyl., 4 Spd.. Stereo. New Motor.  Transfercase, etc... Completely Reconditioned.  , * ****************************  % ALL CARS MUST SELL, TRADE, SWAP  WE WANT SMALL/MED. & 4X4 TRUCKS  '//III'  -  SECHELT IMPORTS  uraapar maw        AFTEH HOURS CALL   Roc gnRT  885-7575     HICK KYLE 00D-8U3(  OUAUT1CARS  AT LOWER PRICES  Hwy. 101. Sechelt  liimimiiiiimiiiiiii iiiiiiH  1969 Empress class 'A' 21  motorhome. very clean. $10,500  886-2432 or 886-7923.      #38s  Tent trailer, propane stove,  leisure craft, ice box. sleeps 6  lighl, easy to tow, $2000 OBO  885-5929. #37  1976 - 29' 5th Wneel RV. gd  rubber, full bath, $5500 lirm  886-2553. #37  1971 VW Westlalia van, gd  cond.. some rust, $1750  886-3030. #38s  14' Vangua'd travel trailer, slove,  lurnace. sink (1971), $1100.  885-3468 eves. #37  '77 Frontier 18V head &  shower, range & oven, 3 way  Iridge, water heater, lurnace.  AM/FM slereo. awning, radial  lires, gd. cond., $10,600 lirm  883-9317. #37  1979  21   It.   Scamper  travel  trailer, tandem lully loaded, in  exc. cond.. $5900 885-2820.  #38  8'fV camper, Iridge/slove/-  oven/water, sleeps 4, gd shape,  $1800 OBO utility Irailer good lor  wood, $200 OBO. 886-8933. #39  8'  Vanguard camper,  3 way  Iridge, slove. $1400. 885-9975.  138  15' older holiday trailer. Wilson  Ck. Campground, $550 OBO  885-2730 alt. 6:30 pm.       #37  RENTING MOTORHOMES  on the Sunshine Coast,  reasonable rates. 886-9025. #39  8' Security Pup - lits small p/u.  lurnace, 3 burner stove, 3 way  fridge, exc. cond.. $2395.  885-9029. #39  '68 HP Osco Ford marine diesel  and hy. gear, as new cond.  883-9401. #37s  1975 - 18V Sangstercratt 130.  4 cyl, Volvo, 270 Volvo leg.  comes with trailer, $3500.  886-3882 eves. TFN  Cal25. lully equipped, moorage  included. $11,500. 886-8706.  #40s  19' Fibrelorm Tri-hull Mini  Cruiser (very stable). 120 OMC  I/O, Highliner (gal.) trailer,  needs minor work. $4800  886-8558 TFN  17' Boston Whaler, trailer, mere  power, mint 883-9110.      #37s  14' fibreglass Doat. 50 HP Merc .  new leg, new Irailer. new suntop  with side windows, very clean,  comes with 2 luel tanks. $2800  OBO. 886-3882 att. 6pm.  TFN  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray  M CM M.C   M.N.A.M S  M.A.B.Y.C   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants |  885-3643  00TB0ARDS FOR SALE  9.9-25-70 HP 1986-1987, exc.  cond., exc. price. Lowes Resort,  883-2456. TFN  80' dock w/40' iron stairs,  comes with 2'A yr. water lease In  Gibsons Harbour, $12,000 OBO.  Tarry 886-3595 or 886-2268.  TFN  14'Cobra 40 HP elec. start hydr.  steering trailer, $2150 OBO.  Tarry 886-3595 or 886-2268.  TFN  Samson 37' FC sailboat, world  cruiser, live aboard, equipped,  42 g. 886-7400 messages. #37s  prawnrwjnswraK����  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS ltd.  Benjamin Moore & Inlernalional  Paints  Marine ���  Finishes Ay  Commercial   x' '?���/  Pricing   4>ty,   A>  Bill Wood  SECHELT  Bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  A!  19' Express Cruiser, fibreglass  over plywood, 90 HP 0/B. $1000  OBO. 885-7705. #39s  Classic 1986 50 HP Mercury  motor, electric, $1595.  883-9110. #39s  15V Hourston, 85 HP Johnson,  trailer, exc. cond.. $3000.  886-8066. #40s  16'Anchor Bow Rider with 40 HP  Johnson on E-Z Loader Irailer.  $2800. Malaview Rd. 886-8610.  #37s  16' K&C Thermoglass 85 HP  Merc, exc. shape. 883-2270.  #39s  Folkboal. good shape, no engine,  $4500.932-4775. #37s  12' fibreglass sailboat comp. with  sails, $400. 885-3468 eves.  #37  Retired - sacrilice 3 ��� 28'x10'  boats, steel ($14,500). wood  ($16,500). glass ($12,500) large  gas, ready to go. 886-7002 eves.  #39  1985 10 HP Honda OB, SS less  20 hr. exc. cond.. $1000.  883-9435. #38  17' Hourston 45 Merc OB.  (Classic 50), 78 hrs. dual batteries, titled canvas & carpeted,  $5900.885-3942. #38  Grew 21' Merc. 188 I/O FWC  0/S. CB. radio, cuddy cabin,  head, marine survey, gd. cond.,  $9000. 885-2645 or 435-6979.  #37  14' fibreglass boat, b'h HP  molor. gd. cond., $500.  886-3695 days 886-4584.    #37  34'   Aleta,   C   licence live  cod/charter boat, diesel, lully  equipped   &   ready   to lish,  $21,500. 885-9802 eves. #40s  B.LANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear In the more than 76 Newspapers of the B.C. and Yukon Community  Newspapers Association and reach more than 1,000,000 homes and a potential two million readers.  $159. for 25 words ($3. per each additional word) Call the COAST NEWS at 885-3930 to place one.  AUTOMOTIVE  100 Pickups, Vans, 4 x 4's,  Ford, GMC, Chrysler, Jeep,  Toyota, Nissan, etc. From  $169. for 48 months, total  paid $8,112. Jeff DB214,  464-3941.   Buy/lease any gas, diesel  car or truck, new or used.  Direct from volume factory  dealer. Call for pre-approved credit. Call collect 464-  0271. D5231.   $1 Down leases a new car or  truck. Seven year warranty.  Payments  from   $139./Mo.  O.A.C. Call lease manager  aJJ60rlJ4M^M1.J)L5584_  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  Revolutionary        Business:  trolly toning tables by Body  Design.   Complete   set   up  and  training.   Low   investment.   HlQh   return   1-800-  661-8894.   Auto & Truck Sales Lot In  Nanaimo; Two Bay Service  area with car hoist. High  traffic corner lot. Good  tease.  Ask (or Don  (work)  754-3343.   Start A Second Career!  Learn tax preparation or  basic bookkeeping. For  free brochures, no obligation: U & H rax services,  1345 Pembina Hwy., Winnipeg, Man. R3T 2B6 (204)  284-1806. Franchises available;   Septic Tank Clean Out Business for sale on Salt Spring  Island. Two trucks and  equipment $90,000. or reasonable olfer. For more Information   call   (604)537-  9353.   Families Future: Do you  want to own a business and  keep your present Job? Do  you want to know how you  can start your own business? Do you have $35,000.  equity In Real Estate or  Investments? Answering  Ihis ad today could change  your lite. Call 530-8173 now.  Do you sincerely want to be  rich? Cash In on booming  demand for clean water.  Earnings $1,000. to $10,000.  month. 2133 Panavlew,  Saanic'iton,   VOS   1MO  652-  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  FOR SALE MISC.  Friendly, Cosy Cafe for  lease Fully equipped and  furnished. Lease and terms  negotiable. Good-will established. Enquiries to Powder  King Ski VlllaQe, Box 2405,  Mackenzie, B.C. VOJ 2C0.  561^1776.   Family Restaurant in shopping cenlre, Seat 70, full  kitchen facility Excellent  family operation. Gross  $200,000. plus. Located In  thriving sunny community.  For   Information   call:   256-  4734.   EDUCATIONAL   Diploma correspondence.  Free calendar. High school  up-grading. accounting,  management, administration, secretarial, computers  Established 1964. National  College, 444 Robson, Vancouver, 668-4913 toll free 1-  600-387-1261, 24 hours.  Master 1988 Tax Reform I  In-depth correspondence  course on personal Income  tax. $225. lee covers all  costs and is tax deductible. Phone collect: Personal  Tax Service - (403)482-5614.  Registered   B.C.   Private  Training Institution.   FOR SALE MISC.   Why Pay More? Revolutionary breakthrough In sun-,  glass technology! Blue  locking sunglasses with  amber-vision and 100%  ultraviolet protection. It's  true! These sunglasses cut  out all harmful ultraviolet  rays and stop all eye straining blue and violet light. As  well, they cut through  smog, log, and dim light  allowing you to see a clearer worTd. Hl-lmpact resistant polycarbonate lenses.  Please mall money order for  $19.99 & $3.00 for shipping  and handling to: Rick's Optical Mart. P.O. Box 451,  Nanaimo, B.C. V9R 5L5.  Phone 753-0129. Please  state men's, ladles, or cllp-  ons. A definite must for  boaters, fishermen, golfers,  skiers, drivers.  Trampolines: 14' diameter  "Fun-Spot" $660. Warranty. Money-back guarantee. Mailorder and Join  the many who've saved  hundreds ol dollars. Delivery 4 days. Call Trampos  Inc. Tolllree 1-600-367-6214.  Lighting Fixtures. Western  Canada s largest display.  Wholesale and retail. Free  Catalogues available. Nor-  burn Lighting Centre., 4600  East Hastings Street, Burn-  B.C. V5C 2K5. Phone  HELP WANTED  aby, B.  1-299-01  GARDENING  Curved glass patio extensions starting at $1095.  Hobby greenhouses starting  at $599. Full line of greenhouse accessories. Call B.C.  Greenhouse Builders or  write 7425 Hedley Avenue,  Burnaby. B.C. V5E 2R1.  Greenhouse and Hydroponlc  Equipment and Supplies -  The most complete selection  In Canada. Low prices, plus  we are a Gold Card retailer.  Send $2. for catalogue and  free magazine to Western  Water Farms, 1244 Seymour  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B  3N9. 1-604-682-6636.  HELP WANTED   Cooks, Chamberpersona,  Laundry Workers, Walters  and Dishwashers, required  immediately for permanent  full-time positions. Shared  housing supplied. Contact  Personnel, Lake Louise Inn.  1-403-522-3791.   Body Shop Manager: Should  be totally familiar with  ICBC procedures. Six man  plus secretary. Well equipped Including frame machine, wrecker. Excellent  wage plus bonuses. Reply  File #348, Box 458, Port  Hardy. B.C. VON 2P0.  Progressive G.M. Dealership requires 'Service Department Manager'. Excellent Salary, Bonus and Benefits, based upon experience. Industrial Flrst-Ald  Ticket an asset. Reply to:  File 174, Box 466, Nanaimo,  B.C. V9R 5L5.  Whistler Mountain Ski  Corporation now accepting  applications for our winter  season. Positions include:  Sous Chels, Cooks, Bakers,  Bootlltters, Ski Technicians  and other skilled ski Industry people. Apply In person or call: W.M.S.C,  Human Resources Dept.,  Box 67, Whistler, B.C. VON  1B0. (604)932:3434.  Bored? Need money? Sell  lingerie through home parties or have others selling  lor you. Send $5 oo money  order for huge colour catalogue to: Box 1842, Vernon, B C. V1T 8C3  Web press printing company requires an experienced pressman to operate and  maintain a 4-unlt Thatcher  web press. Mechanical ability is necessary, experience  In stripping negatives and  making plates an asset. Apply to Dave Griffin, Assistant Manager, Eagle Printing,   Box   473,   Slcamous,  B.C. VOE 2V0.   Power King Ski Village In  north central B.C. requires  Energotlc winter staff. If  vou are friendly, outgoing,  honest, and good humored  please apply. All departments and some supervisory  positions. Great benetlts.  Come Grow With Usl Apply  to:   Box  2405,   Mackenzie,  B.C. VOJ 2C0.   "Lease operators/ brokers.  Job opportunities across  Canada w/reputable trucking companies. Accounting  services monthly or annually Licensing and permits.  Consulting services, Extended Medical, Dental and  Group Life Insurance. For  more Information please  contact: Transpo Services  Ltd. Wayne or Christina  (604)946-6601   or   1-600-663-  PERSONAL  Live In Housekeepers ��� companions. Reliable Oriental  and Canadian ladles. (All  ages). Seeking such positions, exchange lor accommodation. Names, photos,  blrthdates. 1-6O4-547-2020  anytime, 7 days a week  PERSONAL  Which Arm Wrestler are  you? The guy that wins or  the guy that loses? Would  you like to become strong  enough to put down that big  loudmouth who thinks he's  the greatest? Learn the secrets of the strongest arm  wrestlers In the world, how  they get their super  strength and winning style.  Read the testimonial ol that  labulous American Mac  Batchelor, who held the  world arm wrestling championship title through 25  years of fierce competition.  If you're really Interested,  act now. Send $5. for answers to: Lewis Brothers,  P.O. Box 3405, Mission,  B.C. V2V 4J5.   PETS ANO LIVESTOCK  28 Bred cows, 16 bred Hellers, 2 cow call pairs, 46  steer calves, 15 Heller  calves, 8 bull calves, 300  tons hay, 3 ton stack hand  and mover. 992-2294.  REAL ESTATE  Profitable Okanagan business showing $28,661. net.  F/P $55,000. Includes stock  in-trade. 102 seat colfee  shop well established, easy  hours. Contact Henry Des-  noyer, Tradeland Realty  Ltd., 3410 Coldstream Ave.,  Vernon, B.C. V1T 1Y2. 545-  5325 Eves, 542-6712.  6 Miles wesl ol Kamloops  Lake beside the beautiful  Thompson River, 5 Acre  river Iront lots. VS, *4, 1, 5  and 10 acre serviced river  view lots, semi-arid, good  soil. Ample waler supplied  from our 100,000 gallon  reservoir. Call and view  anytime, 373-2262.   SERVICE8  "ICBC Offered me $3,500.  Carey Linde got me $194,-  OOO.", G.N. - Abbotsford.  Vancouver Lawyer Carey  Linde (since 1972) has Free  Information. Phone 1-684-  7798. Second Opinions Glad-  ly Given.   CfsUNSHiNE rni��T !  SUNSHINE COAST  YACHTS  . The Use yacht Brakings on the waler V  ' at Glbitat Mirine Specialising in ���  Pleasure Cratl. Power _ San :  Buying or Selling   Give us a call  886-BOAT   (2628)  17' ex-navy transport, mahogany  disp. hull, Gray inboard, cuddy  cabin, ofters. 885-5612 or  885-9690. #39  18' Double Eagle. 165 Mercury  ST prop., $5000. John.  883-9308  #40s  K&C 17' 120 HP Merc. I/O, 10  hrs. on rebuill block, Merc, leg,  depth sounder, radio, herring  tank, trailer, 5 HP Evinrude, berthed at Secret Cove. 922-6885  alter 6. #39  24' Hourslon, 351 Ford. F/W  cooled 270 Volvo leg, trimlabs,  lull canvas, cabin, heat. elec.  winch, anchor, dinghy, sdunder,  V.H.F , bait tank, etc Seaworthy  lish getter or transportation.  $12,000 886-7158, 885-3897  #39  14' FG boat + 50 HP Merc. &  trailer. B86-8324. #37  24' librelorm twin 4 cyl, OMC  exc. cond., with ttailer, $14,500;  17'K&C hull wilh new windshield  and steeling, comes with completely rebuill '81 90 HP Merc  with Irailer, $4495: 76 115 HP  Merc comjiotely rebuilt, $2200:  '81 50 HP, $1200. Call 886-7919  ask lor Norm. #38  Mobile Homes  Sunshine Coast  MOBILE HOME  PARK  I Ml. W. GIBSONS HWY 101  ph 886-9826  Lot No. 52  14x70, 2 B.R.  Front  Kit.   -  Bay Window,  Fr.-Slv.-W&D ��� Bit. In D/W  -Elect. HI,, Skirled. Carport  Ready to move into.  ���22,900  Lot No. 60  14x60, 2 B.R.  Rev.   Aisle.   Bay   Window,  Fr.-Stv., W&0. Skirled  '21,500  Lot. No. 98  24x44 D0UBLEWIDE  2 B.R.-L. Shaped Liv. &Din.  Rm.-Fr.-Counter Top Range.  Built-in D/W. Eye-level Oven-  Near New Carpets, Lino &  Counterlops. Large Sundeck,  Skirled    ,22g0()  Wanted to Rent  Garage In Redrooffs or West  Sechell area. Roy 883-2172.  #37  House/pet sit, long/short term,  relerences. 885-9714.        #38  Responsible couple seeking cottage to rent. Steve Mooney.  Capilano College. Box 1609.  Sechelt. #39  Meticulous family requires 3  bdrm. basement home. Gibsons  area, from Nov. 1. Inquiries S.  Bushaw. Gen. Del.. Gibsons. #39  ���e*M**"��������  WANTED  TO LEASE:  Modern, unfurnished 2 to 3  bedroom homes in close  proximity to the mill.  Should include all appliances. Lease for 3 year  period.  Please contact:  loan Boulton  Howe Sound Pulp ll  Paper Ltd.  884-5223  Christian family needs rental  housing from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31.  Nancy Robson 886-2904      #37  Professional couple - excellenl  tenants, req. 3 bedroom house,  clean and well kept with appl.  986-4469. #39  Retired active couple would like a  rental house ��� babysit property on  what have you. 886-9496.    #39  Mobile home space available.  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Park. 886-9826. TFN  NEW HOMES  Irom $19,900  FOB including rugs, drapes, appliances. As low as $2000 down  OAC. Call collect 580-4321.  TFN  Motorcycles  '83 Kawasaki GPZ 550, exc.  cond. 13,000 kms. $2000 OBO.  886-7198. #37s  1985 FZ750, exc. shape. $3450  OBO. 886-4746. #37  1987 Kawasaki KX250, like new.  $2000. Call 883-2889.        #37  '78 Twinslar, shorty, pipes,  helmets, $350. 886-9069.    #37  '82 250 Kawasaki, w/rack,  25,000 kms. 885-9553.     #40s  1979 Yamaha 750 D0HC fully  dressed. 886-3841. #38s  '83 Honda XR 350. $1000: '81  Kawasaki 1100. bags & fairing,  $1600 080.886-3662.        #38  '85 Husqvarna 250 CR, exc.  cond.. $1700. 886-9653.  #37  '83  Honda   Nighlhawk   650s.  needs some work but runs well.  $400. Call 886-7984 aft. 5 pm.  #37  1984 Yamaha YZ125. new rear  sprocket, new rear tire, new Boy-  seen power reeds, fast bike, gd.  cond., asking $850. 686-4585 or  886-9761. #39  1981 Suzuki RM80, exc. cond..  very quick, many extra parts Included, helmet included, only  $550 OBO. 886-4585 or  886-9761. #39  Wanted ��� Harley 45 solo or trlke  or VWtrlke. 1-485-5280.     #38  Wanted to Rent  1 or 2 bdrm. cottage or basement  suite. Sechell area, Sepl. I, Cap.  College students. 430-6492. #37  Physician and wile require furnished home or apt. to rent, Sept.  12to0ct, 24.885-4642.      #37  Roberls   Creek   Hall   avail.,  dances,   parties,   weddings,  equipment rental. Yvonne.  885-4610,7-9 pm. TFN  Waterfront Pender Harbour, 1  bdrm. cabin. Iridge & stove,  washer & dryer, Oct. 1.  883-9446. #37  Small W/F house. Eureka Rd���  Sargenls Bay, INI July/89,  $450/mo. 520-3200. #37  Commercial space avail, immed.,  1020 sq. It. Elson Glass bldgs.  (Hwy. access). 886-7359 or  467-3960. TFN  Rental accom. Pender Harbour  area 885-7544 #38  Wanted, single non-smoking  lemale to share 2 bdrm. modern  furnished walerlronl suite  Beautilul beach. Rbts. Ck.. car-  pool, avail, to Sechelt. Cap College students pref. All utilities included. $275. 886-4584 mess.   #38  Room & board avail, with family  of 5, own bdrm. & bath  downstairs, very private.  $210/mo. Call 886-3729.     #39  Clean quiet room lor rent, private  washroom & bath. 26" satellite  TV included. 4 km from Gibsons.  Dale 886-8766. TFN  Commuters  Prime parking spot in Horsehoe  Bay lo sublet. 885-7248.      #37  Help Wanted  2 bdrm. waterfront cottage, spectacular view, Redrooffs Rd.,  avail, immed.. $425. 291-8184  aft. 5. #37  4 bedroom, 2 bath, basement,  sundeck, large yard, 4 appl..  view. $500 plus utilities.  387-4765 collect weekdays,  886-7949 weekends. #37  Houses to rent - lurnished or un-  lurnished. 883-9110. #39  3 bedroom lower duplex. Roberts  Creek. $350/mo. 885-4114. #37  For lease, 336 sq. tt. prime office  space wiji view, Mid-Coasl Pro-  lessiona1 Bldg. For info,  885-2246. #39  Ocean view 2 bedroom apt. in  Seaview Place, fridge & stove included. $415/mo. 886-2249.#37  SS^��at}a>9f��&t>4��abtV>  OFFICE SPACE  AVAILABLE  Downtown Sechelt  THE DOCK  call 885-4111  TYPESETTER  Needed Immediately  TRAINING AVAILABLE  For Fast  Accurate Typist  Must be willing to  work weekends  60 WPM a must  Call Lise 886-2622  THE COAST NEWS  Sunshine Coast Community Services Society invites applications  lor Manager - Special Services to  Children. To coordinate contract  service which provides one-to-  one child care counselling. Skills  required include stall supervision, case planning, budget and  liaison wilh other agencies.  Related experience required and  BSW or equivalent preferred. Part  time, flexible hours, $200-$500  per month. Submit resume to  Personnel Committee, Community  Services, Box 1069, Sechelt. by  Sept. 23. #38  Sunshine Coast Communily Services Society invites applications  lor Manager - Transition House.  Duties include overall operation of  residence for abused women and  children, stall training and supervision, program and financial  planning and liaison with community and olher agencies. 28-35  hours per week, salary  negotiable. Submit resumes to  Personnel Committee, Community  Services. Box 1069, Sechelt, by  Sept. 30. #39  Counsellor required for Sunshine  Coasl Transition House. Duties  include crisis counselling and on  call in residence for abused  women and children. Car required. 28 hours per week. Experience and related education or  training required. Submit  resumes to Personnel Committee,  Community Services, Box 1069.  Sechell, by Sept. 30. #39  Sunshine Coast  Regional District  EXECUTIVE  SECRETARY  The Sunshine Coast Regional District has an opportunity for a person interested in a position as  Executive Secretary.  MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES  1. Schedules, coordinates, develops agendas, attends and acts as Recording Secretary for a  wide variety of Board and Standing Committee  meetings.  2. Acts as a central conta'cl and liaison with  Board and Committee members, stall, media  and public bodies on a wide range of Regional  District activities.  3. Performs confidential secretarial functions for  the Board, the Economic Development Commission Chairman, the Administrator and  other department heads as required.  POSITION REQUIREMENTS  1. Sufficient public sector secretarial experience  to have a good working knowledge of local  government and office procedures.  2. Good organizational skills.  3. Personality Characteristics:  ��� ability to communicate effectively, both  orally and in writing.  ��� tact and diplomacy In interpersonal relation  ships.  ��� ability to maintain the confidential nature of  information.  - ability to work independently.  4. Familiarity with MS DOS computors and software such as Word Perfect and Lotus 123 is  desirable.  Salary will be commensurate with experience, and  the Regional District has an excellent benefit  package.  Resumes should be directed to:  L. Jardine, Administrator  Box BOO  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  and will be received until September 23,1988. Coasl News. Seplember 12.1988  23.  Golf course expansion getting close  Negotiations between the  Sunshine Coast Regional  Disirici (SCRD), MacMiUan  Bloedel and the province for the  expansion of the Sunshine  Coasl Golf and Country Club  are beginning to have results,  Chairman Slan Dixon lold Ihe  meeting of the SCRD Parks  Committee last week. Dixon  recently met with the Minister  of Slate for Vancouver Island/  Sunshine Coast to discuss Ihe  proposed extension and was  favourably received.  The Sunshine Coast Golf and  Country Club abuts Cliff Gilker  Park, and serves an area from  Port Mellon to Pender Har  bour. The nine holes have  become excessively crowded  and as a result, the club has considered dosing Ihe facility to the  public, something the SCRD  does not wanl to see happen.  In order to address the problem, the golf course has agreed  to keep the facility open to the  public in perpetuity, if a portion  of Cliff Gilker Park can be  opened up for a further nine  holes.  However, Ihe Regional  District is not willing to see the  park size reduced, and so would  like to incorporate a comparable piece of property into a  park. The parcel that they want  Help Wanted  m  INCREASE YOUR CHANCES'LEI  OUR FINGERS DO YOUR TALKING! Ciill Arbutus Olfice Services  tor fast ;ind confidenli.il preparation of your resume - 885-5212  TFN  Certified dental assistant required  for part time/relief work. Call  886-7020. #38  Wood Bay Salmon Farms  require several fish processors  tor day shift, transportation provided. 883-9501. #38  Sunshine Coast Communily Services Society requires the follow-  ;ing positions lor a new Parent  Support Service lo begin Ocl. 1;  1. Coordinator - Parenting  Counsellor to develop and coordinate service, conduct outreach  intiatives. conduct individual and  group training program lor  parenls of young iXdren. 35  hour week. $12-13 per hr Requires BSW or related education,  and experience in child and  parenting development and program administration,  2. Parenting Counsellor to assist  in outreach, and conduct individual and group training sessions. 20-35 hours per week,  $12-13 per hr. Requires BSW or  related education and experience  in child development and group  work.  3. Family Counsellor lo accepl  referrals tor ongoing family  cauusalliUfl..assist In outreach,  and act as a resource on  counselling issues and case  treatment, 20 hours per week,  $18-$20 per hr. Requires MSW  or equivalent with clinical experience in lamily counselling  Submit resumes lo Personnel  Committee, Community Services,  Box 1069. Sechell. B C V0N3A0  by Sept. 16 #37  T      Part-time        I  ���  COOK   ���  I        required I  ��� PENINSULA MOTOR INN I  I 886-2804  |  Full and pari time help required  lor fish smoking plant. Apply in  person to Appa Seafoods, field  Rd. Sechell. #37  Travel Agent - a posilion for an  experienced travel agent is  available. Please send resume to  P.O. Box 369, Gibsons. B.C. VON  1V0. All replies will be  acknowledged #37  Home Supporl Workers needed  from Gibsons lo Pender Harbour  Musl enjoy working with people  in Iheir homes, be in good health  and have a car Reply by Sepl.  15. Phone885-5144. #37  UBC student needs ride lo G:20  ferry. Wed & Fri. Mon, 8:30,  Irom Roberts Creek campsile  area, will help wilh gas. Phone  885-2948 #37  Malure reliable caretaker lor  winler months, n/s, n/d, rels re  gd Apply Box 1418. Sechell. #39  1 st   cook   required.   Pebbles  Reslauranl Inqiine 885-5811  #37  Slvtrnclilte Intermediate Care  Facility requires RN lor permanent part-time posilion Recent  experience in long lorm care or  gerialric nursing preleiicd Apply  lo Janet Kennedy. Box 1580,  Sechell, B.C. Phone 885-5126  #37  lenders invited lor drywall and j  painting  lor  ollice  renovation.  Work to be completed Oclober 3.  For specifications, call 885-5881  by Sepl, 15. #37  Work Wanted  CLASSIFIEDS  885-3930  PEERLESS THEE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal,   Insured,   Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  House Painting  Interior 8, Exterior  Call Sam Dill 886-7619  #37  CHIMNEY CLEANING  Experienced ��� Efficient  Reasonable - Sechell lo Langdale  Call aft. 4 pm 886-2215.      TFN  COAST GARDEN MAINTENANCE  Lawns  -   Gardens  ���   Bramble  Hushes - Guaranleed. 885-7345  #37  Econo Hoe  Custom   backhoe   service.  Langdale   to   Davis   Bay.  886-8290 #37  Working couples housework  reliel fairy, call Carol at  886-3911 . #37  Handyman, reliable, low rales,  plumbing repairs a specially.  883-9278 #37  Wyn Dye's odd jobs  service.  home care, cleaning, painting,  elc bondable. Wendy 886-7632.  #38  HOUSE PAINTING  Interior-Exterior  Call Sam Dill 886-7619.  #38  Reliable man available lor small  jobs indoors/outdoors. Painting,  cleaning, gardening, chopping  lirewood. etc., refs. Robert  886-4707, #39  Will babysit in my home, children  under 3, rels. avail. Fircrest Rd.  886-4784. #37  Will care lor 2 pro-school children  In my home. Gibsons area.  886-2950 #38  Mother ol 2 will babysit 1 child,  my home 886-4744. #38  Exp., reliable, live-out nanny  avail, immediately to give loving  care lo your child(ren). Rels  available. 886-3649 or message  8B6-7995. #39  Required immediately, responsible permanent part-time babysitter lor 2 children, aged 2Va and  10 months. Mornings only  (8:30-12.30) weekdays my home  or yours. West Sechell-Wilson  Ck., $20/day. 885-7347 aller-  noonsoreves. #37  is owned by MacMiUan Bloedel.  MacMillan Bloedel has  agreed to the concept of swapping lhat properly with Ihe provincial governmenl in exchange  for another, more suitable piece  of property for their use. The  SCRD is asking that the land  swap take place, with the province then adding lhat parcel to  Cliff Gilker Park.  Area E Director Jim Gurney  suggested that the time has  come to get appraisals on Ihe  various properties involved, and  moved that the SCRD write to  the province asking Ihem to do  an appraisal on their property,  and to MacMillan Bloedel say-  Babysiller reguired Mon-Fri. 9-5  my home prelerred lor 11 month  old boy. Rels req 886-8797  eves. #37  Mature daycare siller avail. Mon.  lo Fri. between 8-4 pm  8867615. #37  iv-      Business  Opportunities  For lease lish and chip shop in  lower Gibsons, gd. gross sales.  886-2328. #37  Private lirewood culling permil in  Roberts Creek, 885-3469.    #37  SELL IT FASTERi  With A Classified Ad!  just pick up Ihe     ppr   -inon  phone and call.    OOJ-JZJJU  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION OF CROWN LAND  Take notice lhat RivTow Slrails Limiled intends lo apply lor a  Crown Land Licence ol Occupation ol Ihe lollowing described  lands:  Block A ol Lol 6239. and Lot 5616. Group I, N.W.D. and containing 6 ha homing D.L. 2259. Gambier Island  The purpose lor which Ihe disposition is required is log storage.  Gp I  NcHWeatnunSper-   C.tnet  Commenls concerning Ihis applicalion may be made lo the ollice  ol Ihe Senior Land Officer. 210-4240 Manor Street. Burnaby.  B C. V5G 1B2.  File 2403970  Pal Weber, Adminislralor  Rivlow Straits Limited  NOTICE OF  LAND DISPOSITION  In the land recording dislrict ol New Westminster and situated approximately 8 km NNW ol Egmont.  Take  notice lhat Drew Slandlleld.  Vice-President ol Pearl  Seaproducls Inc. intends to apply lor a lease ol Ihe lollowing  lands:  Commencing al a post located 350 Feet Norlh 22 Degrees Irom  Ihe NE corner ol District Lot 4833 in Dark Cove, Goliath Bay, then  350 Feet North 333 Degrees True, then 250 Feet Easl 63 Degrees  True, Ihen 350 Feet South 153 Degrees True, then 250 Feet Wesl  243 Degrees True to commencement point and containing 0.81  Ha  The purpose lor which this disposition is required is lor Work  Area and Caretaker Accommodations lo service existing oyster  lease.  Comments concerning Ihis application may be made to Ihe ollice  of Ihe:  SENIOR LAND OFFICER  210 - 4240 Manor Slreet  Burnaby. B.C V5G 1B2  File #2403928 J. Gerbrandl  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION OF CROWN LAND  Take nolice lhal RivTow Slrails Limiled inlends lo apply lot a  Crown Land Lease ot Ihe lollowing described lands:  Block A ol Lol 6098. Group I, N.W D. and containing 7 606 ha  homing D L. 2469. Gambier Island  The purpose lor which Ihe disposition is required is log slorage.  LP^::s.-r-:'i^'\^    }  / zii-i:. ati)u\ ioj.i .  Comments concerning this application may be made to the olfice  of Ihe Senior Land Officer. 210-4240 Manor Street Burnabv  B.C., V5G IB2. "  File 2403971  Pat Weber, Administrator  RivTow Straits Limited  ing lhat the SCRD is now  prepared to pay for an appraisal  of their parcel.  Gurney emphasized thai no  final decisions will be made, or  deals signed without holding a  public meeling to present the  details lo the public, followed  by a public hearing to get the  public's response.  "Wc have not forgotten the  promise we made to hold public  information meetings," he said.  "We're just gelling Ihe information together lo present to  the public."  The expansion of the golf  course would require an amend  ment lo the Communily Plan,  and therefore must be dealt with  at a public hearing.  "It's a complicated issue,"  Gurney added. "There's a lot of  pros and cons lo be considered.  But we're making progress,  (rood progress."  Volunteer Fall Fare notes  There will be some changes to  the Volunteer Fall Fair this  year. Firstly, the date has been  changed from mid-October lo  Oclober I. It will slill take place  at Ihe Sechelt Elementary  School Gym from 10:30 am lo .1  pm, and Ihe cosl of renting a  table for your volunteer group  is still only $8 for display or $15  if you want to sell crafts or baked goods for fund-raising.  I tattling for booking tables is  September 16.  Our big change is in Ihe I all  Fare Contest. For the pasl ihree  years (his has been for canned  goods and preserves of many  different varieties, as well as for  beer and wine. This year we've  decided to see what kind of pie-  bakers we have in our communily.  Whal we want is pies - pumpkin pies and berry pies, apple  pics or pear pies, in fact, any  kind of pie you'd like lo enter.  We'll have prizes for the winners, and we are hoping lhat, instead of paying an entry fee,  you'll lei us sell your pie after  I he judging so lhal everyone can  laste for themselves.  We're sure lhal there are  some talented bakers out there  in ihe younger age groups, so,  for Ihose who are 12 years or  younger, we're having a  Chocolate Chip Cookie Contest. We don'l mind whal recipe  you use, so long as you do the  baking yourselves. There'll be  prizes loo!  We'll wanl your pies and  cookies al Ihe gym by 11 am on  Oclober I; there'll be a table  clearly marked, where we'll  receive your entries and where  Ihe judges will perform the  serious task of lasting each and  every one.  For more information either  about   the  contests  or  about  registering   for   a   table,   call  Dianne or Rita al 885-5881.  MORTGAGE UPDATE  Sepl. 9   6 mo.     1 yr.      2 yr.      3 yr.      4 yr.      5 yr  til         11.00     11.25     11 Ml     11.75    11.75     12.00  ?nt                    12.50     13.00     13 50     1375     14.00  V.R.M.                                        in 75  Professional Real I .late Service  Stan and Diane Anderson  1011 1 885-3211 (Res) 885-2385 Vancouver Toll Free 684-8016  Anderson Really Ltd.. Sechelt  HI-TECH ��� COMPUTER DESIGNED ��� EPA RATED  WOOD STOVES  A New Era in Efficiency  TOTAL BURN ��� CLEAN COMBUSTION  PINE HILL EAGLE  Gold Trimmed Glass Door,  Heats 2000 sq. ft.   introductory PR" >  $69500  Convert Your Existing Fireplace  into an efficient airtight HEAT EXCHANGER - no  permits, no costly changes necessary. Complete  with thermostat controlled electric Ian. extra  large glass door with gold trim.  INTRODUCTORY PRICE  $89500  ZERO CLEARANCE FIREPLACES  Many More Selections!  WE CARRY APPROVED INSULATED PIPE  WE INSTALL ALL OUR PRODUCTS  INTEX  FREE  ESTIMVTES  886-3730  va&it our  uBraawwvwwwwaVHsw^  '86 ESCORT L  43 km, Auto., Air  Super Clean  '85 SKODA  Real Deal, Std. Trans  Sechelt White  $  ONLY  yaaMftfVvvMraaaViaHiwwwWfVVvw  79 LEMANS  2 Dr., V6, One Owner,  Auto., PS/PB  ONLY  2,995  '82 JEEP S.W.  V8 Auto. Aircond. 4 Wheel  Drive, Trailer Towing Pkg.  ONLY   Uj^aO  sfflmuaYWaWwwmwwwwwwvv^^  '88 3/4 4X4 r���*'  17 km, 305 5 Spd., 7600  GVW, 2 Tone. Like New  $  ONLY  '88 S-10  4 Cyl., 4 Spd., Decor  Package, 6,000 km  SALE  15,995  ....  Sunshine  Mill 5292  WHARf RD.. SECHELT    Toll Free' - 684-6924 885-5131  wwwwwwgw7PBwwvwvv%waaa 24.  Coast News, September 12,1988  Rockwood Lodge 1 e^^^^  proving worth  Conservative candidate Michael Rabu made a whirlwind visit to the  Sunshine Coast last week. He officially opened a campaign office  at the site of the former Klaus Bakery. ��� Ptnny Fuller photo  by Rose Nicholson  Rockwood Lodge is proving  to be a valuable asset to the  cultural life of Sechelt. In a  report to Sechelt Council last  Wednesday night, Kay Little  quoted many letters of appreciation that have been received following the recent Festival  of the Written Arts. The writers  were all enthusiastic about the  Lodge, the Festival and Sechelt,  and many declared that they  would be returning for future  visits.  Little reported that the Lodge  is booked almost solidly for  September and October, with  groups coming from as far  away as Seattle, as well as from  Powell River, Vancouver  Island, Vancouver, West Vancouver and the Sunshine Coast.  These groups represent quilters,  weavers, machine knitters, a  hiking club and a violin class.  The Lodge is also a place for  local artists to display their art,  with a new exhibit featured  every month.  So far, the lodge society has  taken in $20,000 and has spent  $16,000 on upgrading and  maintenance. Most of the work  has been done by volunteers,  with only $300 spent on wages.  The recent donation of a $6000  walk-in cooler will be a big asset  for catered events. Council will  assist in the installation of a new  heating system, which should be  in place by the end of this  month. The next project is a  new floor for the kitchen.  Little also paid tribute to the  efforts of Janet Dolman, who  was one of the original members  of the society.  The mayor and council expressed their appreciation to the  society for their work and promised continued support.  to the employees of  BAYSIDE LUMBER  who have decided to join the  IWA Canada  All Organized Labour  Stands Behind You  SUNSHINE  COAST  LABOUR  COUNCIL  COAST  NEWS Photo   Reprints  Any published photo or your  choice from Ihe conlact sheets  5x7    $601  8x10   9��  We're celebrating  the  e WORKWBSR  GIBSONS LANDING   Ah WORLD  (Opposite Bank of Montreal)  with FANTASTIC SAVINGS for you  in BOTH our locations  ALL WEEK LONG!  ideou  r move  We'^e m��i7ed two  and^Sbargatns  StW'  Flannel Shirts  Straight Leg & Boot Cut  WWW jeans  Turtleneck Shirts  Alliance  Rain Jackets & Pants  Quilted Jackets  Small - 4 XL  Fleece Lined Vests  Assorted Lee & Fleece Lined  Jean Jackets  Black or White  Ladies' Canvas Runners  Ladies' Cotton Pants  ,URDaY  ONLY  at both store*  Helly Hansen  RAIN GEAR  All 6" Soft Toe  Pants & Jackets...each  M2"  WORK ROOTS   $39"  Storm Ryder  IRAN JACKETS $52"  ,ayoN'  lBSONS��  FREE Beach Bags  to first 25 Customers  ENTER OUR DRAW!  You could win  ��� A YACHT SUIT  ��� A PAIR OF HIP WADERS  Grand Opening flllllHl S T I  Door Crasher    3AT Ell#A AAii  TOO0 Cotton Sweaters  ClBSOf  STORE  $15����  0 WORKWEN?  Ah WORLD = m  10G% LOCALLY  OWNED it OPERATED  CIBSONS STORF  SECHFLT STORF  SUNDAYS 11-4  *J

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xcoastnews.1-0176167/manifest

Comment

Related Items