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Array r  The Sunshine  Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  88.8  iifi  Published on the Sunshine Coast        25'per copy on news stands     July 18,1988 Volume 42 Issue 29  Gibsons Council learns  Social planning for  expansion underway  At last week's meeting of  Gibsons Council, Planner Rob  Buchan told council lhat Howe  Sound Pulp and Paper had appointed Desmond M. Connor,  Consulting Sociologist, as its  consultant to prepare an impact  program sludy on their expansion plans. The study will begin  immediately, will report periodically, and have no specific  completion date.  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper  President Bill Hughes stressed  in conversation with the Coasl  News last week that the announcement of Connor's appointment could not be more  timely.  "The study could not be better timed," said Hughes, "at  present the bulk of the people  working on the site are locals  employed by Fiedler Construction. There are only 15  employees of Dillingham Construction presently employed  down there."  Connor comes to the task  with a background of more  than 20 years in similar consulting work. Among other projects he has helped with are the  Syncrude Oil Sands Develop  ment in Fort McMurray, Alberta, and the Placer Mining  Development in Atlin, B.C., for  example.  "Both the Fort McMurray  and the Atlin projects presented  much more difficult problems  than we are likely to encounter  OK the Sunshine Coast," Connor told the Coasl News.  He cited the geographic isolation of both sites and the ratio  of incoming workers to the existing population bases.  "We are dealing with a  relatively manageable problem  here both in terms of the  nearness of Vancouver and the  relatively small number of incoming workers to the existing  population base," said Connor.  "What is required is a partnership approach between the  company and the community  and with the relevantly small in  crease in transient population  and good will, the project can  be managed without  difficulty."  President Hughes pointed out  that even in the height of construction most workers will live  in a construction camp and go  home on the weekends.  "Increased traffic on the Friday night ferry to Vancouver  will be one of the biggest  changes," said Hughes.  There will be a relatively  small number of families moving into the area including  management staff and both  Connor and Hughes were confident that the requisite facilities  will be in place before they are  needed.  "All in all, I think we can accommodate the project without  amateur help from Sechelt,"  Hughes commented dryly with  reference to somewhat inflamed  recent media coverage.  Planner Rob Buchan lauded  the selection of Connor with  whom he had successful professional interaction previously.  "I personally welcome this  approach by Howe Sound Pulp  and Paper," said Buchan, "and  I continue to be impressed with  the way they are proceeding  with their expansion plans.  Buchan indicated that he was  already exchanging information  with Desmond Connor who has  expressed pleasant surprise to  find available a data base in a  town of Gibsons' size.  Gibsons Theatre Project  Schick joins the team  by George Smith  Another   professional   has  joined the team of planners and  problem solvers determined to  make a success of the Gibsons  ��� Landing Theatre Project.  Richard Schick, the General  Manager of the Richmond  Gateway Theatre, has been appointed Theatre Consultant to  the project. His job will be to  ensure that the highly specialized needs of the performing arts  are met in the design and construction phases of the proposed building.  Last week, when Theatre  Society President, Rai Purdy  spoke about the new appointment he made no attempt to  disguise his pleasure at finding a  specialist of Schick's calibre.  Few individuals anywhere have  been able to develop both the  technical and managerial expertise to understand theatre design  and to then implement the  ideas. And even fewer of these  experts live close enough to Gibsons to be able to take on the  project.  According to Mr. Purdy,  "Background and experience  are invaluable when you build a  theatre. There are all kinds of  special things which must be  considered. Mr. Schick is important because he has all the  experience."  Theatre consultants must  understand the details of  lighting and sound, of circuitry  and performance specifications,  of stage dimensions and control  room layouts. They must be  able to transmit the needs of the  actors and audience to the architect, engineers and builder.  They must prepare tender  documents, supervise equipment installations and bring it  all together on time and within  budget.  Schick's credentials include  21 years in the business and over  10 years of professional theatre  consulting. His theatre projects  have included: The Neptune in  Halifax, the Arden in St.  Albert, Alberta, the Markham  in Ontario and the giant five  theatre complex at the Citadel  in Edmonton. While at the  Citadel he was production  manager with a staff of 50 peo-  Please turn to page 12  The young fry were not neglected al last week's Halfmoon Bay Country Fair (see Page 11 for more pictures and contest winners). _Veni Elliott photo  Planner fears it's too restrictive  Sechelt considers new by-law  by Bruce Grierson  Sechell Council is examining  the pros and cons of a new  bylaw, which, if passed, will put  tighter controls on developers in  new subdivisions of the  municipality.  At a planning committee  meeting Wednesday in Sechelt,  the municipality's engineer  Derek Ashford, discussed the  bylaw at length and explained  the amendments he had suggested at a May 26 meeting between developers and council  representatives. Among ihe  Amendments, designed to en-  Sure protection for Ihe  municipality against developers  who renege on Iheir commitments, were: an increase in  the security deposit a developer  would have lo pay lo the  municipality, an increase in the  administration fee of larger  development projects, and a  possible clause containing a  time frame within which  building must begin.  Ashford told council  Wednesday that how many of  the amendments it adopts, if  any, will depend on "how much  you as council feel you need to  be protected down Ihe road."  . But Municipal Planner Rob  Buchan pointed out that the  likelihood of a developer  blatantly defaulting on a contract was slim.  ,��� "What Mr. Ashford is painting for you is a scenario that  happens very seldom," he said.  Buchan added that in the len  years he has been approving officer, the municipality has never  had to go in and complete a  subdivision in which a  developer had reneged.  Alderman Nancy MacLarty,  however, felt the amended  bylaw would provide some  security in the less clear-cut  cases where developers  neglected such amenities as  streetlights and sidewalks, items  which later had to be picked up  by the municipality.  "I guess what I'm looking at  is the risk lo the consumer," she  said. The buyer might purchase a lol and later the things  that were promised don't happen; the person has still paid the  price for lhat lot. These  (amendments) might protect the  consumer from that."  The main drawback of the  proposed legislation is that the  increased security to Sechell  would probably come at the expense of economic development. Two considerations to  this end are the protective  mechanisms themselves, which  Buchan said "will almost certainly deter new development",  and the standards of the new  legislation, which are considerably tougher to meet than  those of the Highways Ministry.  Until two years ago, two-  thirds of the municipality was  developed under ministry standards.  "The standards of Ihe bylaw  itself are  in excess of both  Highways Ministry standards  and those of the District of  Sechelt," Buchan added. "So  even application of the bylaw  itself is going to have a braking  effect on new subdivisions.  Anything you place on top of  the bylaw is going to be a further deterrent."  "I realize we have to be protected as a municipality...but  our economic development in  Sechell   is   geared   to   land  f  development, and we should be  doing our best to stimulate and  encourage this upward trend,"  said Buchan.  While acknowledging the  document as "very good and  comprehensive," Buchan asked  the committee, before adopting  the bylaw, to consider the consequences and weigh bolh sides  of the issue.  "I don't envy your political  decision," he said. "It's not an  easy one." ^^^  Come fo the Fair ^  Sechelt's Hackett Park will play host to the Coast Crafts  Fair during the weekend of August 6 and 7.  Featured at the fair will be a kids' comer, an 'imagination  market', booths from the peace committee and local and provincial artists who will market their wares, and also a salmon  barbeque put on by the Sechelt Indian Bind.  Anyone wishing to register a booth can call Carole Rubin  at 885-7935 before August 1st.  Gibsons Golden Qiri  Once again, the Coast Nam is sponsoring the Sm  Cavalcade OIBSONS GOLDEN GIRL contest to honour the  woman 60 years of age or better who most portrays the spirit  of Gibsons. Qualities like an indomitable pioneer spirit and  generosity toward the community would undoubtedly be a  part of our Golden Girl, along with any number of her own  unique attributes.  Nominate your candidate by submitting a letter explaining  why she should be Gibsons' Golden Girl. Each nominator  mutt Include his or her own name, address and phone  number, and may not nominate more than one candidate.  Send your entry to: Gibsons' Golden Girl, c/o Coast  News, Boxteo, Gibsons, B.C., VON IVO. All entries must be ,  M by Wednesday. July 20.     ___________Jr  _*_________________________,   ' n ii   ���Wjjgay  Newly-crowned Miss Sea Cavalcade '88, Miss Seaview Plaza Leslie  Helhey takes a ceremonial walk in Gibsons Elementary School  gym. Miss Alcola Distributors Doris Schroth, and Miss Gibsons  Building Supplies Julie Reeves, were chosen first and second  princesses respectively. ���Vtrn Elliott photo  :���  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945 Coast News, July 18,1988  Comment  Don't blame  the messenger  We draw your attention specifically to letters which appear on Page 3 from Bruce Morris, Chairman of the Porpoise Bay Ratepayers, and from Dislrict of Sechelt Alderman Len Herder.  The ratepayers have the right to set the record straight.  According to Alderman Herder as quoted last week in the  Coasl News - a quote he has not denied making - "They  (signators to a petition about the location of Sechell  Works Yard) have said the Ratepayers' Association did  not tell us the truth."  Herder was talking to a reporter with a pen and notebook and for Ihe record. If lie didn'l want the subsequent  article lo give the impression that the ratepayers had lied  he shouldn't have said whal he did.  By implying il was an impression caused by Ihe reporter  he attempts to shift the blame. His is a defence of himself  which is neither entirely honourable nor courageous.  No improvement  Space limitations this week and last prevented us getting  in a letter from T. Bruce of Roberls Creek on the signage  at Rat Portage Hill with which we heartily agreed.  This week an official press release (Page 15) extols the  virtues of the new signage and road painting. We submit it  is nonsense.  For the first time in 20 years of driving the Coast road  we have seen slow traffic failing to pull over and seen  faster traffic passing on ihe inside on Rai Portage Hill.  The authorities have over-reacted io some over-heated  press coverage of a brief series of coincidental accidents  earlier ihis year and rendered an acceptable situation truly  dangerous.  5 YEARS AGO  A new proposal is presented which would see a  marina built in Gibsons Harbour as a co-operative venture between private enterprise and municipal government. Developers Jon McRae and Art McGinnis appear  before council to present their proposal.  Area E attempts for the second time in less than a  year to change lot sizes from one-quarter of an acre to  one-third in areas of steep slope.  A gathering of former lellow teachers honours Les  Peterson as he reaches the oflicial retirement age. Ill  health caused Les to stop teaching some years ago.  'Mr. Pete', besides being a well-loved teacher of English  for many years at Elphinstone Secondary School, is  regarded as the Coast's pre-eminent historian.  An 83-kilometre ultramarathon is to be held, Egmont  to Gibsons, as part of Sea Cavalcade festivities.  10 YEARS AGO  It was officially announced on July 21 that Patrick  Lane of Halfmoon Bay has been accepted lor the position of writer in residence of the University of Manitoba  in Winnipeg for the 1978/79 academic year.  15 YEARS AGO  Immediate adoption of the plan lo relocate the Coast  Highway from Langdale to Sechelt is requested by the  Sunshine Coast Regional District. The Coast News  editorializes that given this decision the issue should  be regarded as settled.  20 YEARS AGO  It was a big day for Port Mellon Community Association at Seaside Park last Saturday when the Annual  Sports Day drew an excellent crowd.  25 YEARS AGO  Fire, which broke out at 2:30 pm on Saturday, caused  close to $50,000 damage to Sechelt Inn. Seven guests  were registered at the time.  Frederick Charles Grantham, after whom Grantham's  Landing was named, died on July 19 in Vancouver  General Hospital in his 93rd year.  30 YEARS AGO  Owing to the seaman's strike which has cut off normal traffic with the Lower Mainland, the Coast News is  forced to curtail the size of this issue Irom the usual  eight pages to four.  A potentially disastrous fire breaks out in Sechelt on  Saturday at the premises of Peninsula Logging Supply  Co.  35 YEARS AGO  Last Sunday Ihe Jervis Express, Gull Wing, and  Snow Prince were all docked at Sechelt Wharf. During  the day a floatplane also tied up and it is apparent that  the need for wharves and floats has not passed with the  advent of a ferry service and the prospect of a paved  road.  40 YEARS AGO  A new appropriation ol $100,000 is in place lor the  renewal ol Roberls Creek Wharf. A further appropriation  to dredge out a small boat harbour at the mouth of the  creek is still hoped for.  The Sunshine  liiit ff��i  Published by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editorial: John Burnside      Bruce Grierson  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 Qlasslord Press  Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or  886-7817; Sechelt Tel. 885-3930. Second Class Mall Registration No.  4702.  The Sunshine COAST NEWS Is protected by copyright and reproduction ol any part of It by any means Is prohibited unless permission In  writing Is first secured from Qlasslord Press Ltd., holders of the  copyright.  ��� SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: 1 year S3S; 6 months 120; Foreign; 1 year S40   ^S-af'Tis the political silly  'season, is it not?  Tis no doubt the political silly  season. Consider, if you can still  bear it, our federal government.  The federal Conservatives are  likely to call an election this fall  with the expectations of winning it. This despite the fact they  are about to blow multiple  billions of dollars on acquiring a  nuclear-powered fleet of submarines which one retired navy  officer recently observed seem  designed to play hide-and-seek  among the arctic icebergs - and  this at a time when the basic Infrastructure of small towns all  across Canada is in a dangerous  state of disrepair.  Also, the federal Conservatives press ahead wth Iheir  free trade policy apparently  unaware or undecided whether  Canadian fresh water is to be  considered a resource to which  Ihe drought-stricken environmentally spendthrift Americans  are to be allowed equal access to  with Canadians.  The wonder of all this is that  the Conservatives might well be  right about their ability lo be reelected to perpetrate these absurdities on posterity.  And if you weary of the  federal absurdities you can as a  resident of Brilish Columbia  turn your attention to the provincial scene which is most certainly as absurd as any in  Canada.  At a lime when our embattled  premier is vowing never lo talk  to the newspapers again, across  the editorial desk comes a glossy  coloured photograph of the  largest cabinet ever sworn-in in  the province's history. The  cabinet consists of those  members of the elected Social  Credit party with whom the  premier is slill on talking terms.  The poor benighted sods who  manage or edit community  newspapers are supposed to  throw out their community columns or their church news to  make room for this exercise in  government propaganda as  though ihey were unaware of  the political turmoil taking  place in this province. And  some of ihem will.  Ah yes, but we slill have local  politics to fall back on, do we  nol. Having scrapped every at  tempt at co-operative endeavour that isn't nailed down by  government decree, our local  politicians have seemed to fall  into a tranquil phase. Don't let  il fool you. The tree of absurdity, thougli temporarily quiescent, is still deeply and riihly  rooted in our political garden.  Let us bypass Alderman Len  Herder who told a reporter that  petitioners against the Sechelt  Works Yard had been lied to  and then pronounced himself  pained that the impression thai  the petition-gathering ratepayers could have lied somehow  got into Ihe papers. Let us pass  it by, it is dealt with elsewhere.  Let us not even resurrect the  memory of one of Mr. Herder's  colleagues who called for the  dismissal of a Coasl News  reporter for saying that local  libraries were neglected though  government statistics indicate  that the home of the Written  Arts Festival contributes by far  the lowest amount per capita in  the province to its library.  No, no, let us not be petty-  Let not the jaundiced editorial  eye, jaundiced by self-serving  politicians uttering pious absurdities and launching bizarre  projects wilh resolute eye and  ringing conviction, dwell on  past nonsense. We move on.  The best of the local rumours  circulating today is of a prominent local politician, (no,  madam we do not have a 'Guess  Who' contest), who is bestirring  himself to start a third  newspaper on the Coast because  he is not happy with the existing  two, though one has been obsequious to this particular politico  to the point of obscenity, lo  ihese many years.  Now is not that wonderful?  Not even our press-embattled  premier has thought about starting his own newspaper to ensure favourable coverage. He  might, of course, should he get  to hear of this Coast initiative.  Stay tuned while this  breathless slory unfolds, dear  reader.  Oh, Canada, giant of Ihe  North, country of tomorrow.  How have you and how can you  survive your elected leaders?  Written Arts Festival to host  Four prominent Canadians  by Myrtle Winchester  The Sivih Annual Fesiival of  Ihe Written Arls ticket booth is  now open from 11 am lo 4 pm  in Sechell nexl lo ihe Info Cenlre. Brochures including ticket  order forms are available al  Sunshine Coasl libraries,  booksiores and Info Centres,  Knowlion Nash, a familiar  face for 10 years as Anchorman  and Chief Correspondent of  The National CBC news show,  will appear al the Festival on  Augusi 13 from 8 to 10 pm.  KNOWLTON NASH  His illustrious newspaper,  television and radio journalism  career has spanned over 40  years and laken him lo all corners of the world to report on  history-making events, from (he  Cuban missile crises to the Vietnam war.  Locally, he covered virtually  every important Canadian  political evenl and has interviewed Prime Ministers Pearson, Diefenbaker, Clark,  Trudeau and Mulroney.  Al Ihe Festival, Nash will talk  about his most-recent of many  books,   Prime Time  al  Ten,  Tyner Talk  which tells the story of Canadian news broadcasting.  In 1978, when Knowlton  Nash began his position as CBC  anchorman, Dr. Morris Gibson,  anolher Canadian writer of  career experiences, and his wife  retired to Vancouver Island.  Dr. Gibson will speak at the  Festival on August 12 from 1:15  io 3:05 pm.  His career as a physician  started in a Glasgow medical  school, then brought him to  North America where he worked at his life's commitment and  observed people (clearly and  warmly), from the Queen  Charlotte Islands to New York  City.  His experiences and his  outlook aboul ihem, combined  wilh his skill as a master  storyteller, have produced Doctor in the West, A Doctor's  Calling and One Man's  Medicine, chronicles of Ihe  changing art of medicine and  the intricacies of human nature.  In the tradition of James  Herriol, Morris Gibson's  simplicity of language and of  life ensure uplifting and  enlightening reading.  In the words of James Herriol, "I find Dr. Gibson's  medicine very easy to take."  W.P. Kinsella is neither an  Indian nor a baseball player,  but that's mainly what he writes  about, with startling insight,  earthy humour and ever-  increasing success.  Universal Studios recently  bought the rights to Kinsella's  first novel, Shoeless Joe  Jackson Come to Iowa, for a  quarter-million dollars, and  Kinsella will appear in the  movie, at the request of the  director.  The book won the Houghton  Mifflin Literary Fellowship, a  Canadian Authors Association  Lifetime Fiction prize, Ihe  Books in Canada First Novel  Award and three other awards.  W.P. KINSELLA  The   Kenceposl   Chronicles  won the Stephen Leacock  Medal for Humour, and his  first story collection, Dance Me  Outside, has been adapted for  the screen for a proposed Norman Jewison production.  In April, Kinsella's Thrill or  Ihe Grass adaptations of Ihree  of his baseball stories, played at  the Waterfront Theatre in Vancouver.  Just to keep things in  perspective, Bill Kinsella was  raised on an isolated farm in  northern Alberta and in 1975  was the struggling author of only 16 published short stories.  For some insight on what  happened in between, we see  W.P. Kinsella in Sechelt on  August 12 from 8 to 10 pm at  the Sixth Annual Festival of the  Written Arts.  Toronlo-born Ann Ireland is  another award-winning fiction  writer appearing at the .festival,  on August 13 from 1.15 to 3.05  pm.  She will read from her work,  including the A Certain Mr.  Takahashi, set in Vancouver,  winner of the 1985 Seal First  Novel Award and since published in the US and UK.  Ireland started her career in  writing in 1972 by attending the  University of British Columbia;  previously she had been a music  student in Mexico.  In 1976 she graduated from  UBC with a BFA in Creative  Writing, then held a variety of  writing-related positions, from  part-time clerk in a Toronto used bookstore to Assistant  Editor of Owl magazine.  During that time she also  worked on two novels and was  published in Capilano Review,  Impulse (Cold City Fiction  Issue), Event and B.C. Monthly  magazine.  Lasl year she returned to  Mexico, to travel, and won the  UBC Alumni Association's  Outstanding Young Graduate  Award.  Presently she is working on  another novel and is Writer-in-  Residence at the Windsor  Public Library.  ANN IRELAND  Who represents the ratepayer?  by James H. Tyner  We have received our lax  notices, some of us may have  even paid ihem by this time,  however mosl of us are still in a  state of shock. The politicians  assured us that they were not  going to raise taxes very much  -just 10 percent or so. It's the  'or so' that is staggering.  When one considers the  reduction in services particularly  in the areas of health and education as well as the continuing interference in the rights of the  property owner it is an unjustified increase. Other than an  ever increasing numbei of  useless studies and reviews we  seem to get very little for our  money.  Of course we have the  privilege of paying for a few  more cabinet ministers and their  staffs, for losses through  privatization and for damage to  our quiet enjoyment by the intrusion of undesirable industrial  activity and the uncertain  behaviour of government.  Adding insult to injury - the  lax notice is nasty. At one time  a tax request was reasonable  -payment was requested by  September and then if the taxpayer failed to pay, it was with  regret that it would be necessary  to charge interest on the unpaid  balance. Now il is a demand - if  you don't pay within 30 days  you will be penalized and furthermore if you still fail to pay  you will again be penalized.  No consideration is given to  the taxpayer who may be in  trouble and cannot pay at this  time. The fact that he may be  seriously ill, out of work and  out of funds is of no importance  - pay up or else. The tax demand is callous and indifferent.  It is becoming increasingly  apparent that the government  has little regard for the residential property owner - it treats  cattle with more respect - for  after all the SPCA might get  after them.  The SPCA looks after the  cattle but who looks after the  interests of the resident who is  unfortunate enough to own his  home?  The private sector looks to its  own interests - the Governmenl  is there to look after the public  interest. You would never think  so for although Ihe taxes were  increased for most of us - we  were not all treated the same  -the industrialist is not burdened  to the same extent by school  taxes. This is said to be  reasonable as they wish to encourage the industrialist and  after all the residents should pay  for the schools as the school  kids are theirs. The industrialist  can get along without educated  help, apparently.  It would seem that the politicians are not so much our  representatives as the agents of  those who paid their campaign  expenses. The politicians look  after their friends. They can  readily find excuses for neglecting the interests of the taxpayer  even if it means instigating  another study but they can  move very quickly when their  friends are threatened.  With the passage of time it  becomes more apparent that if  we are to protect ourselves we  will have lo organize. II has  been said lhal government can  be broughl down by refusing lo  pay taxes, perhaps a belter way  would be to unite in our own  defence.  NOTE - The South Pender  Harbour Water Dislrict:  In recent years the Board of  Trustees, in order to maintain a  supply of water, found it  necessary to prohibit further  subdivision within the District  and to prohibit further extension of the District.  There was some grumbling as  this did not appear to fit in with  the plans of some would-be land  developers and may have had  some bearing on the election  results at the general meeting of  the District on June 28 when the  Chairman was not re-elected for  a further term of office.  A local paper reports thai  "with improvements to the  system a 1982 moratorium on  the subdivision of existing lots  might be lifted to allow development in the area to continue." Coast News, July 18,1988  Ratepayers object  Editor:  In last week's Coasl News, a  front page story covered  Sechelt's new Works Yard and  our group's opposition to it.  The impression was created that  our group was less than honest  and deliberately misled those invited to sign our recent petition  opposing the yard.  I can assure those who signed  the petition and all the people of  Sechell, that at no time did we  Intentionally misrepresent the  facts, or Sechell Council's  plans,  while  collecting  signa  tures. We would have gained little by presenting a petition to  council that was obtained  fraudulently.  I have spoken at length with  Alderman Herder, who was  quoted extensively, about the  article. He has assured me that  it was never his intention to portray the Ratepayers Association  as having misrepresented the  truth and regrets the image  presented in the article.  Bruce Morris  Chairman, Porpoise Bay Area  Ratepayers Association  Herder's defense  Editor:  The from page of the Coasl  News of July ll, 1988 contained  an article covering the new  Sechell Works Yard. Included  was a commentary, largely based on quotes attributed lo me,  on the opposition of local  residents and the Porpoise Bay  Area Ralepayers Association.  The article portrays the  association as having misled  and intentionally misinformed  those who signed the petition  thai was raised. It was not my  intention during the course of  Fair reporting  ihe Interview to presenl this impression. I do not believe that  the association or its members  deliberately misled ihe signators  of the petition,  I regrel any damage lhal ihe  interpretation of my statements  may have caused. II has always  been my thoughts and wishes to  have strong ralepayers associations throughout Ihe municipality so thai they can give input to  council to help wilh iheir decisions.  Len Herder  Alderman. Dislricl of Sechell  Editor:  I wish to thank the Coasl  News and in particular its  reporter, Caryl McBride, for  her fair and generally accurate  account of the Lifeline Pro-Life  rally and walk as reported in  your July 11 issue.  There is perhaps one detail  which may need clarification.  The 65,000 dolls to be placed on  Ihe steps of the House of Commons in September represent  the number of abortions performed in Canada in one year,  noi  five years as the article  ��� seems to imply, 26 of those were  done in Sechelt in the last fiscal  year.  Also, while I appreciate the  recognition given lo myself as  ' rally organizer and chairman, as  well as to Dr. Westlake, our  '  keynote speaker, I should like  ��� to point out that overall responsibility for Ihe walk from Earl's  ��� Cove to Langdale fell upon the  - capable shoulders of Mrs.  Elaine Middleton who, with  help  from  her  husband  and  ��� family as well as several others,  most notably Gunter Beyser and  - Larry Westlake, coordinated  the entire effort of which the  rally was simply the most visible  part.  1 should also like to record  our gratitude to the Sechelt Indian Band Council for permitting us to use their lands and for  their gracious cooperation.  To end as I began, abortion is  always a potentially explosive  Thanks  Editor:  On behalf of the musicians  ' who participated in Sechelt's  �� 'Celebration Day' I would like  j to thank the Chamber of Com-  | merce for a job well done.  The event was well organized  ��� (special thanks to Doug Roy)  " and the number of people in the  streets and enjoying themselves  in the park attest to a mosl successful event.  We hear much these days  about volunteering and such an  event takes countless hours of  volunteer work by many people.  In lighl of this the Chamber of  Commerce is lo be commended  , for recognizing the importance  ,, of 'live' music.  Local professional musicians  , were paid generously for iheir  services and this thoughtful  consideration greatly enhanced  , (he festivities.  Thank you Chamber of  Commerce!  Ken Dalgleish  More letters  on p. 19 & 20  issue and it is a pleasure to deal  with media representatives who  strive to be courteous, fair and  accurate in reporting what actually took place.  (Rev.) J. Cameron Fraser  ^ot^Scminvi Sfecccah  Lube, Oil Filter  SPECIAL $299S  ��� Top Line Oil & Filter (Long Life)  ��� S.A.E. 5W30 or S.A.E. 10W40 Oil  Cooling System  Flush     $OQ95  Including 4 L. 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Come and enjoy MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT by Adam McBride  2 pm - 5 pm FRIDAY  Bring the kids for helium-filled BALLOONS and  FREE FACE PAINTING at 4 pm.  "Sidewalk Sate"  Bargains all week July 18th - 23rd  SUMMER SPECIALS YOU WON'T WANT TO MISS  The parade starts here SATURDAY at 10:30 aim  SEE ALL THE ACTION FROM THE SIDEWALK IN FRONT OF THE MALL!  I Hurry In  for our  I SUMMiR  BLOWOUT  ohBHSB"  Sunnycresl Mall  T=a��"  886-3080  Lots of parking.  Air-conditioned comfort inside the mall.  20%  All Ladies'  SPEEDO  SWIMWEAR  B & D SPORTS  OPEN SUNDAYS, 11-4     Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons      886*4635  ���*s"^       Assorted Men's & Buys'  jammers & Board Shorts  SEA CAVALCADE Sidewalk Sale  Ladies' Cotton P.ints, Skirts & Jumpsuits  Men's Shirts, lackets, P.ints & leans  EVERYTHING IN STORE  10-60% off  luly 18 to August 1  Jgewdrd  Sunnycirsi Mall  Gibsons  Gussy's  Sunnycrest M.ill, Cibsons  Deli and  Snackcrv  HHH-7iHHt  Back Door Breakfast  for 'PARADERS'  Saturday, July 23 ONLY from 8 am,  ��� Coffee, Sandwiches, More!  ��� Fast & Tasty 6" PIZZA lo go  ��� Verda's own Steak or Chicken  HOME MADE MEAT PIES  ��� Great Deli Meals & Salads -  EAT IN OR TAKE OUT!  Some Things Are Worth Preserving  ^fflB^ ...But Not With Preservatives!  _m______wi ~.-'  SUMMER SALE  tAll summer stocks  ^mto be cleared!!^  Bathing Suits 20% Oil  Co-ordinates 25-30% Oil  Selected Warner's Bras 20% OFF  OPEN SUNDAYS 11-4  ^ilfesi 8c late  nycresl Mall  Clbs  "a little bit city,  a little bit country...  the best of both, right here In  Gibsons."  SUNNYCREST MALL  :  BID SPORTS  CANADIAN IMPERIAL  BANK OF COMMERCE  CHICO'S CASUAL WEAR  COIN SHOP  DEE'S FINE CLEANING  GIBSONS TRAVEL  GREEN SCENE  GUSSY'S DELI & SNACKERY  HENRY'S BAKERY  J'S UNISEX HAIR  JEANNIE'S GIFTS a GEMS  KENDALL AGENCY  KNIT WIT  LANDING HOME HARDWARE  LEEWARD CLOTHING GROUP  LINNADINE'S SHOES  LIQUOR STORE  PARTY STOP  PHARMASAVE  RADIO SHACK  -ADVENTURE ELECTRONICS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SEW MUCH MORE  SILKS ��� LACE  SUNCOAST AGENCIES  SUNNYCREST LAUNDROMAT  SUPER VALU  THE CANDY SHOPPE  TODD'S CHILDREN'S WEAR  _%?J_J��0mES F0R ALL AGES  WILLEE-8 FAMILY RESTAURANT  OPEN 9:30    6 torn FRIDAY MITE   TIL 9        SUNDAYS h HOLIDAYS 11    4n  LOTS OF EASY PARKING  ! Coast News, July 18,1988  Clydesdales Moses and Aaron open hayride season with a tour of the Reed Road circuit in Gibsons.  Rides can be arranged through Faleron Stables on Leek Road. _Bn.ce crhrson pholo  Roberts    Creek  Tickets on sale for Talent Show  by Jeanie Parker, 885-2163  Tickets are now on sale for  Ihe Roberts Creek Talenl Extravaganza on Saturday, July  30. The talent show will run  from 7.30 to 9.30 at the Community Hall followed by a  dance from 10 until 2 with 'Used Guys'.  Tickets are $8 at Seaview  Market and must be purchased  in person. Please do not phone  the store to reserve tickets. It's a  real imposition on the owners  and their clerks.  An added feature at Ihis  year's Roberts Creek Daze is the  Teen Dance to be held Friday,  July 29, at the Hall. This is for  kids aged 12 to 18 so no 'oldies'  please. Music is by 'Used  Guys'and tickets will be sold at  the door.  Parade Marshall Janice  Leighton urges anyone interested in building a float,  decorating a bicycle, or dressing  up in costume to slart thinking  about an entry in the Higgledy  Piggledy Parade. Everyone is  welcome to join in.  Phone Diana at 886-2087 to  book your food or craft booth  for the Daze. They're limiled  and going fast.  Dania is in charge of the kids'  activities at 886-7151, Kevin is  lining up music at 885-2972, and  you can phone Alan about Ihe  Talent Extravaganza at  886-7859. Jacob will give you  general info at 886-8541.  CLEANUP FIRST  There'll be a full lineup of  Daze activities in next week's  paper but first on the agenda is  a community cleanup this  Saturday, July 24. The site  down at the mouth of the Creek  needs cutting back but the  cleanup will start at the Community Hall at 1 pm.  Bring your hedge clippers,  weedeaters (especially gas-  powered), rakes, and other implements. The more people, the  faster it goes.  POSTS PAINTED  John Williams has been doing a great job of taking care of  the park behind the post office  the last couple of years. On a recent Sunday he spent eight  hours down there mowing the  grass, weedeating, and painting  the posts and bumper logs.  He says he had help with the  W  th  5 NEW TOWN HOMES  815 North Road, Gibsons^  au, uiusons_ti>  rJMevel  ��� DESIGNED FOfy  No stalia^fkn i  SpatifluAofM^ft. - 2 bedrooms  EoeayWMfjlPTOO & R40 insulation  fiB^^glrcarport - blacktop driveway  ^mmf      Private fenced yards  Price $56,900  Thank you Gibsons!  Project #1 all sold out!  MM PROJECT #2 starting soon I  22 Multi-level Townhomes on School Road  ��������� PROJECT #3 ��� more single storeymmimm  Seniors' Townhomes on drawing board.  Any inquiries about Project #2 or #3 write to:  HANS OUNPUU CONSTRUCTION  RR#2, S7 C210, Gibsons, B.C., VON 1V0  painting from a 'lady and her  grandson' who wished to remain anonymous. Many thanks  lo ihem and to John.  John has a picnic table to  place in the park for Roberts  Creek Daze. It'll add to  people's enjoyment of the park  and it's to be hoped that John's  hard work will be appreciated  and taken care of.  BII.LIE HONOURED  Sorry I missed the party  honouring Billie Rodgers at the  Roberts Creek Legion on July  10. Billie's a great worker for  the Legion and the rest of the  community and she certainly  merits our recognition. Those  who don't know her personally  know her meat pies!  RCMP  makes  drug bust  A police investigation spanning months and aided by inlormalion from the public has ended in Ihe arresl of two Gibsons  residents on charges of possession of marijuana for the purposes of trafficking.  Gibsons RCMP Sergeant Ed  Hill lold Ihe media in a press  conference Thursday that the  raid, the largcsl in Gibsons in  Ihe lasl year, is illustrative of a  recent police crackdown on  drugs of all kinds.  "This is just one of many  charges lhal can and will be laid  in future," said Hill. "We wanl  lo gel Ihe message across that  we are aware of the drugs and  we are going to do something  about them."  Co-operation from the public  is of greal assistance in any drug  investigation, Hill said. While  police are "not going to kick  down anyone's door" on the  basis of a single call, public lips  provide a starling point from  which an investigation can proceed.  "The more input we get, the  more successful wc can be al  clearing drugs off the streets,"  said Hill.  The RCMP Sergeant stressed  lhat anyone calling either the  TIPS line or the RCMP station  directly is guaranleed anonymity. Callers who don'l wish lo  give iheir name are assigned a  reference number and Iheir information is kept on file.  JSO^CB  I Fiwhcwfa  i by KAUFMAN  a Cool  S Comfortable  9 Colourful  ! Completely Washable  J Men's, Ladies' Styles  i $1995  5 Reg. to $29.95  I  20 - 50% Off  S  ALL SUMMER &  !S  Sunnycrest Mall,  Gibsons  100% Locally Owned & Operated  IN EVERY WAY  Prices effective:  Mon., July 18  to Sun., July 24  OPFN      9:30 am ��� 6:00 pm  w r c n     Fridays 'till 9:00 pm  Sundays 11:00 am ��� 5:00 pm  Limit 2 Pkgs. With A  Minimum $25 Order  SuperValu  MARGARINE' ^  B.C. Granulated  SUGAR  10 kg  Roy ale  BATHROOM  TISSUE  8's  Regular or Diet  Pepsi or 7-Up  SOFT DRINKS  .99  6.49  2.77  __ -78  Hot  B.B.Q.  CHICKEN  & Deposit  Sliced or Shaved  Cooked  HAM  ea.  3.99  100 gm  .69  Fresh Boneless ��� Top Sirloin  STEAK    koiAi  lb.  Fresh B.C. Grown  MUSHROOMS   frg 3.51      Ib.  Red or Green ��� Seedless  GRAPES     *g2.i8  Frozen - Utility Grade  CORNISH GAME  HENS  kg  3.06  Fresh ��� Utility Grade - Roasting  CHICKEN .2.84  lb.  Ib.  Foremost - All Flavours  ICE MILK  21  Weston's ��� 5 Varieties  Country Harvest  BREAD  .675 gm  Oven Fresh ��� Egg Sesame or  BUTTERCRUST  BREAD  .454 gm  3.39  1.59  ..99  1.39  1.29  1.99  1.49  .99 Coast News, July 18,1988  GeorgilW Nasadjk displays Ihe radio television combo she won al  Ihe Miss Gibsons Sea Cavalcade pageant raffle drawn al Ihe  Fashion Show Tuesday nighl al Elphie's. -Hruw Grierson ph   ^���^ Tues-Sat 10-4  THRIFTY'S  886-2486 or Box 596  GIBSONS  Quality  Summer Wear  at Bargain Prices  38*  20%,o50%off  4% Jusi /or yoa   *  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK JJ  Gower Pr. Rd., Gibsons landing  886-2470  r  The GIBSON'S LANDING  STORY by Les Peterson  The WEST HOWE l"A,:  SOUND STORY W  by Francis Wyng,ii'ri    $13.95   ^r ^gi  Sdlutes Sea Cavalcade '88        r* m'  277&iwcrn.Rd. OPEN 7 DA VS A WEEK Hllta-7744  Now  warn  CLEARING  Summer  Fashions  cmtomr PimiH  ilmr  2621  I It. M.,  i Ljnalno-  886-2116  George    in    Gibsons  Bujan retires  by George Cooper, 886-8520  Anolher of our teachers just  retired Irom ihe Sunshine Coast  district is Mike Bujan who spent  his leaching years here from  1962 to the present 01) Staff in  Elphinstone Secondary.  Major surgery three years ago  forced Mike to go on sick leave  until his retirement this past  June. Now he looks forward to  a quiel retirement gardening as  heallh permits, reading such  works as Churchill's Memoirs  "which I didn't have lime to  read before", and seeing more  of Canada especially Nova  Scotia. Truro and its Nova  Scotia    Agricultural    College.  This was Mike's firsi residence  ill Canada when he emigrated  from Trinidad in 1955.  Since Mike had laughl school  for len years in Trinidad, ii was  quite understandable thai he lefl  Agriculture studies in UBC  afler Iwo years lo return lo  school leaching.  Before coming to Elphinstone, Mike taught in Port  Albcrni, and then in Golden.  He earned a B.A. degree in  history at Western Washington  Slate College In Bellingham  Ihrough attendance at summer  schools.  "When I was appointed to  the Sechelt S.D., as it was then  called, I had lo ask where it  was," said Mike. "Some  thought it was on Vancouver  Island.  "Ai ihe end of each year of  teaching here I thought I'd  move on to anolher district, but  then al the beginning of (he fall  term in my fourth year here, I  met Sara who had just arrived  from England."  And he added, "I stayed.  Two years later we were married  and made Gibsons our home."  Mike Bujan, always active in  the local leachers' association,  was the president in 1966-67.  Mike Bujan recollects some  school regulations of the 1960\  that now seem quaint: ho  holding hands in the hallways;  no wearing of blue jeans in  school by girls (this led to petitions to the school board by the  studcnl council);''long haired  boys denied entry to some  classes; a senior Home Ec.  teacher handing a junior teacher  in her departmenl a bobby pin  io hold back the junior  icachcr's long loose hair.  Pleasant days ahead is our  wish, Michael.  ELPHIE GRADS  Karen Wray, an  Elphinstone grad of 1987 and  awarded the Inglis Memorial  bursary ihen, has been lo Cap  College ihis pasl year taking a  program in financial management and accounting. She is  working for the summer in  Norlh Vancouver.  Susannah Barrett has attended Cap College ihis past year in  ihe program 'Studio Art'. She  has been accepled for the Commercial Art course in the college  ihis coming academic year.  Susannah, who was awarded  Ihe Cap College bursary In the  graduation ceremony lasl year,  is working for the summer in a  restaurant in Gibsons.  Mark Van Kleek has been  working since his Elphinstone  graduation and since February  has been employed in construction. At present he is working  on the new ALRT station in  Surrey. This fall Mark will put  his Roberts Creek Legion bursary to good use when he enrolls  in engineering in Alberta,, for  Ihe first year in Red Deer and  then to Ihe University in Edmonton.  Awarded the Professional  and Business Women's club  bursary lasl year in Elphinstone,  Tracey Rtvansoff has taken  business management and  academic courses this past year  at Cap College. She hopes to  enroll in the college's Tourist  Managemeni Program this  coming January. This summer  she is working for the CBC's  Beachcombers in Gibsons.  A Gibsons Legion bursary  winner last year, Caroline  Fisher attended the second  semester from January lo June  Lcilainia Larsen, also a winner of a Gibsons Legion bursary  lasl year, has been working al  several jobs ihis past year. She is  al presenl wailing lo be enrolled  in the one-year mechanical drafting course in Vancouver Vocational Institute ihis coming  academic year,  MARY'S  VARIETY  == open 7 days a week =====  2nd Amwuwuj  /2   PRICE SALE  I DA\ ONLY; Hits.. |UI\ 19  See our ,id P,w 11  == Dry Cleaning Drop Off   ;;:.'/ 1s,'";iisi"'      886-8077  _ * ��������. .<r-l���.���,n,  r   /ACCENTS^  JF~V      886-9288  (.iiisnns landing (nem 10 Variety faodil  IHWEBBER PHOTOm  TREASURE PRINTS  We'll mounl your lavounte pholo  on a china plate  ��� photolinithlng       ��� batlerlss, etc.  ��� photocopying        ��� keys cut  ��� dims, Hashed & (ramus  ��� passport photos   t Konica cameras  ��� agent .or Loomls Courier  886-2947  275 Gower Pt. Rd.  Gibsons Landing  Salads & Sandwiches  TO GO!  _-* - r t'-j.  Variety WW FOODS  A TRAVELLER IN  CHINA  by Christina Didwell  *10��  CoMt  (noitl to Webber Photo; V_j7  277 Gower PI. Rd. 886-7744  n  ARCTIC FACTS" u  GALLERY  Unique Carvings,  Wallliaisyings & Arlwnrl^  by the Inull and  Coastal Indians  Ken's  886-2257  We reserve the right to limit quantities  We lully guarantee avarythlng we tall  to ba satisfactory or money cheerfully refunded.  Sundays tt Holida  9:30-6 pit  Your LOTTERY Centre 85 as cs  SUN^OPf**'  Enter to win this  SOLID BRASS  WALL LAMP  Sunday, July 17th  Last Week's Wiunt'r  of Punch Bowl Set  Reana Neslman  Come In, shop,  sign your receipt  GOOD LUCK!  Watch this space for Next Week's Giveaway  GROCERY  Maxwell House - Reg.. Fine or  Extra Fine  coffee M9gm 2.29  Kal Kan - Assorted  cat food        170gm 3/.99  Kelloggs Rice Krispies  cereal  Arc/mono - Assarted  fruit snack  packs  Goodhost  ice tea mix  725 gm  3.39  . 142 gm    U/   **JV  ... 750 gm    0 ���   I H7  Welch's  E D Smith  garden  cocktail  Bicks ��� Garlic. No Garlic  or Polskie  grape jelly       25��������� 1,49  1.29  1.89  796 ml  pickles  Rise 'n Shine  orange crystals   3x92sm .98  Mazola  corn oil 3I 6.19  French '$  squeeze mustardsoo,, 1.49  No Name  bleach  .3.6.  1.  Ziploc - Large  freezer bags       ]5s 1.69  Zip ��� Cubes  fire starter  ���... 375 gm   1.19  Cutrite - Refill  wax paper m 1.49  Day by Day Coast News, July  Lucky Dollar Foods [A  FOODS  CK'  LLAR  GOWER POINT ROAD, GIBSONS LANDING  FREE DELIVERY TO THE WHARF  Get Out The Barbeque!  Prices effective:  July 19-July 24  Won Wing  wonton skins or egg M,���a m,,d /���,,������.org^  roll covers       mgm 1.39    punch  I  Tiighliner - Battered  cod  . 355 in/  .89  Country Harvest  bread  .675 gm  No Name Dessert  . 350 gm  2.69    whiptopping        ?, 1.29  Weston's ��� Seeded Hamburger &  Hot Dog  .  B.C. Grown - Fancy - Romaine  Green Leaf/Red Leaf  lettuce  California Grown  Bartlett pears  buns  1.69  1.49  California Grown  plums  B.C. Grown ��� First Early ������i#��k  potatoes        5 ibs. .79  B.C. Grown  broccoli  H_^m MANY MORE  IN-STORE SPECIALS  FIRST CATCH YOUR LAMB!  Well, don't lake me literally! I am going lo make one observation  and one only. And lhat is lhal I can't understand why lamb from  New Zealand costs less than lamb from B.C. But I'm just a food  lover, not an economist.  So...take 8 lamb chops and marinate them overnight in:  2 tablespoons grated 2 tablespoons gin  Iresh ginger root 1 tablespoon sugar  1 clove crushed garlic 2 tablespoons oil  1 tablespoon grated onion 2 tablespoons chopped mint  V; cup teriyaki sauce  Then barbeque till crusty and brown, and Ihere should be enough  marinate left lo brush over some mushrooms.  Mmm...lazy...lazy days of summer...are you here al last?  NEST LEWIS  Item by Item, We do more for you in providing Quality & Friendly Service  .��***����� Coast News, July 18,1988  Who says there's a generation gap? Fun in the sun in Halfmoon  Bay. --Vera iiiinii ph   Davis Bay News & Views  Birds identified  by Jean Robinson, 885-2954  Thank you to those people  who took ihe time to call aboul  ihe birds. They have been identified as Cedar Waxwings.  Apparently they frequent the  Sunshine Coast in the summer  although this is the first time we  have seen them. A couple of  callers fell ihey were Bohemian  Waxwings but that is unlikely as  their summer habitat is farther  north and if they were seen in  this area it would more likely be  in winter.  Another kind caller has  recommended Field Guide to  the Birds of North America put  out by National Geographic.  Have ordered that book.  HOME SUPPORT    .  The Wilson Creek Day Care  Centre opens August 2. This  program is primarily for seniors  and disabled adults who qualify  for assistance under Long Term  Care with the Minister of  Health.  Professional staff, under the  direction of Peter Kidd, offer  opportunities to gather for conversation, hot meals, crafts,  games, outings, to hear  speakers, exercise and receive  assistance in the activities of  daily living.  For some who attend the program, this is their only outing of  Ihe week-their only opportunity  to be wiih others.  Transportation is still a major  issue. The Mini Bus cannol accommodate all the needs of the  Adult Day Care Program. They  need volunleer drivers who are  able to transport program participants to and/or from the  house.  Rides are needed for Gibsons  residents on Tuesdays and  Thursdays, and for Sechelt area  people on Wednesdays. If you  can be of help please phone  885-5144.  SEA WALK  Stan Dixon will be at the next  District Council meeling on July 20, 7.30 pm in the District Office on Inlel Road.  He intends to put forth his  proposal to make a walkway  from the south end of Davis  Bay beach, along io Selma  Park. The walkway would then  join the existing walk on the Indian Band property, with about  300 yards to finish around Ihe  boat launch area.  He would very much like you  lo turn up at the meeting and  give your opinions.  Travel Centre  offers tours  The Sechelt Travel Information Center will be offering  walking tours of Sechelt beginning Monday, July 18. Tours include   visits   to   the   Sechelt  TOP PRICES  for Red & Yellow  Cedar Cants  at various stages of  production. Minimum size  4"x6"x3' long.  Call   KRENTZ FOREST  PRODUCTS inc.  =337-8688=  Marsh, the Arts Center and the  Sechell Indian Band Carving  Shop. Admission is by donation.  For more information please  call the Information Center at  885-3100.  Has summer trade improved  over this time last year? The  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce  has done a survey of 48 merchants to find an answer to that  question.  Thirty-seven percent of merchants surveyed say business is  up, 13 percenl say its down, 17  percenl felt it was about the  same as last year and 33 percent  were not available for comment.  Summer  CLEAILANCE SALE!!  Sechelt  Scenario  Chosen  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  One of the young people  from Si. Hilda's Church, Tod  Maffin, was chosen by the  Anglican Diocese lo go on a  Third World Exposure Irip.  The Diocese takes in the area  from Squamish lo Hope to the  Sunshine Coast so his choice is  quite an honour.  Tod will give an Audio Visual  presentation of Central Mexico-  -this is not Ihe Mexico of  tourism, This presentation will  be at St. Hilda's Hall on Friday,  July 22 starting at 7.30 pm.  Donations will go towards St.  Hilda's building fund and  Diocese 'Youth in Aclion' program.  Everyone is welcome.  SHORNCLIFFE  Every Monday up at Shorncliffe from 10 lo 11.30am Ihere  will be a Craft Work Bee in the  Activity Room gelling ready for  November's bazaar. Drop in  and bring in whatever you are  working on.  Shorncliffe Auxiliary are very  appreciative of O.K. Tire providing the Iruck time and space  to decorate it for the Sechelt  parade plus Linda Chilton as  the driver. It took first prize in  its class. Thank you, Regan  Chilton.  ACTION  Action is Ihe organization set  up to administer the government funding for a Counsellor  for this area. The funding was  abruptly cul off as the program  changed Minislries.  Formerly with the Health  Ministry, it has now been moved to the Labour Ministry under  the Honourable Lyall Hansen.  The money is still there and this  area has lop priority as the need  here is recognized by government officials. 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You  can ride on an elephant, a  hydroloil, .in nutriuger canoe.  You ssill dine as an Indian  prince, a 'top end' Australian,  a beuthcoinher.  ll is .in opportunity tlwl comes  very seldom and 10 very lew.  An exquisite 20-pauc brochure  outlining Voyage IV is available  from P. Lawson Travel ur one  of our associated companies  lol lull details please conlact Desmond Ryan  P. Lawson Travel. Sic. 150. 400 Granville St., Vuncouver, B.C. VoC 1T4  or Telephone   682-4272  P. LAWSON TRAVEL   #  Affi1ut��dwith>*TY.>fl��iB*l Airlnt  tnd Harvrv * Trawl I irmlrd ^(T  AROUND  theWorld  voyageFoijr  WTHBLAWSONTImVEL  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Courageous lady  Coast News, July 18.1988  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  (Catherine Poole shared a  home in Welcome Woods wilh  her sister Roberta KcKibbin for  the pasl nine years where both  made many friends.  Last week Katherine passed  away in St. Mary's Hospital.  Those of us who were fortunate  enough to be among her friends  were in awe of her courage and  spirit throughout her illness and  are proud to have known her.  Roberta, who gave her such  loving care, will miss Katherine,  and our thoughts are wilh her al  ihis sad time.  THANKS HIGHWAYS  Our grateful thanks to Ihe  Department of Highways for  having erected signs at either  end of Coopers Green Park indicating that there is a park  there and that children are at  play. There has been a distinct  slow down of traffic and less  risk of heart attacks every time  the screeching of brakes was to  be heard.  VISITING CELEBRITY  The Jolly Roger Inn played  host to a famous fellow and  friends last weekend. Bob Hope  had a couple of successful days  fishing, dined in the lodge and  stayed overnight in one of the  condominiums.  If you know of any other well  known folks visiting the area  please let me know.  GREAT COUNTRY FAIR  Redrooffs Road was certainly  a busy place last Sunday on the  final day of the Halfmoon Bay  Country Fair. Coopers Green  was a hive of activity and great  crowds turned out to share the  happy day. There was  something for everyone and the  committees in charge of the affair are to be commended on a  job well done.  The baron-of-beef dinner put  on by the Halfmoon Bay  Recreation Association was a  great success and made for a  most enjoyable evening.  One lady who was very much  missed at the Fair on Sunday  was Eva Lyons who is usually  on hand lo read tea cups.  Everyone was asking "Where's  Egmont  News  by Shirley Hall, 883-1154  I've lots of news items for  you this week, some good and  some bad. I'll start with the latter. I'm sorry to report that  Kerry Farrell's little dog was  killed by a cougar in East Egmont. There have been a  number of reports of cougar  sightings this year but this is the  firsl I've heard of a pet being  killed. The dog was 13 years old  and I am sad lo think he ended  his life this way.  Now some of the better news:  two of our residents have been  recently hospitalized but are  now home and on the road to  recovery. They are Don Devlin  and Rose Mueller.  Pat Vaughan and Dot Silvey  have returned from a holiday in  California. I hear they had a  good time. And Olga Silvey, a  once-familiar sight in her little  red car, was glimpsed recently  in Egmonl. Also, have you  noticed the new float by the logs  at Waugh Lake? I'm told it's  courtesy of the Lions Club. And  more good news, the Coasl  News is now delivered to Egmont on Mondays, arriving early in the afternoon.  There have been a couple of  items in the paper about the  traffic at Welcome Woods.  Believe me, it can't be worse  than the situation in Egmonl.  The road is winding and narrow  and in many places there's no  shoulder for pedestrians. Some  of the vehicles drive incredibly  fast with the situation particularly bad between four and  five in the afternoon when the  people getting off work are  heading home.  One more item: I had a list of  July birthdays from Ann Cook  thai I passed on to you. Bul she  neglected to mention her own.  Happy July 22 birthday, Ann.  And a belated happy birthday  to Bill Jack. His was on July 12,  King William's Day.  Safe - Secure  BANK VAULT  Off Site Computer  Back-up  DISK STORAGE  886-7995  Eva this year?" Eva had recently had a bil of a fall, but she is  fine although was unable to sit  for the many hours required of  her at the Fair. Hope to see you  there next year Eva.  SCOTTISH VISITORS  A special Halfmoon Bay  welcome to John and Diana  McDonald and to children  Donald and Blythe who are  spending the next few weeks at  the home of Grandma Ronnie  Dunn on Redrooffs Road.  It was at this time 13 years  ago that John and Diana were  here on their honeymoon. Congratulations on their July 15 anniversary. Their home is in  Lanark.  Happy birthday wishes from  all of us lo both Pixie Daly and  Mary Orre whose birthday date  is also July 15.  TERMINAL  forest Products Ltd*  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  f  ���   t\\rO *'  ��� ..  io ���''  ^docksfde^  pharqnaqy  *\  SEA CAVALCADE  SAVE 50*  On Any  TOOTHPASTE  Ci^foudal  100 ml or more  NAME:..  PHONE:.  SAVE $2.00  On Any Pair of Adult  SUNGLASSES  I-  NAME:..  PHONE:.  SAVE 75'  On Any Box Of  BANDAIDS  Of 50's Or More  NAME:..  PHONE:.  SAVE 50'  On Any Regular Priced  DEODORANT  NAME:..  PHONE.  SAVE 75��  On Any  SHAVE CREAM  NAME:..  PHONE:.  SAVE $1.00  On Any  Max Factor  COSMETIC  Purchase  NAME:..  PHONE:.  SAVE 75*  On Any  SUNTAN  Preparation  NAME:.  PHONE:.  SAVE 75'  On Any Regular Priced  SHAMPOO  300 ml or more  NAME:   PHONE:   SAVE 50'  On Any Package Of  BATTERIES  NAME:..  PHONE:.  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We're celebrating our  2nd Rmwmwufl  THANK YOU to our customers, fellow merchants,  and suppliers for helping us through another successful  l/n hfti'nn i_nDn  1 DAY ONLY!  #2  ptlCC   QWjLl    Tuesday, July 19th  Every purchase over $5.00 V^T��*V\b  entitles you to a chance on our DRAW      \$w  MARYS VARIETY  Cower Pt. Rd.    DRY-CLEANING DROP-OFF    9 am - 8 pm, Mon.-Sal.  886-8077 Open 7 days a week 10 am - 6 pm, Sundays  g.    ar    ace     a  3CC  3X  =ZaC  SOUTH PENDER HARBOUR  WATERWORKS DISTRICT  The Trustees of the South Pender Harbour Waterworks  District would like lo publicly thank  DAVE MAW  For his 8 years of service  as a Trustee and Chairman of the District  Dave's extensive research and correspondence on behalf  of Ihe Dislrict have resulted in improved service and will  make Ihe system more reliable in Ihe future.  Trustees  S.P.H.W.D.  Winners all at Halfmoon Bay Fair  ; Eighty-three kids showed up  to compete in the Halfmoon  Bay Kids' Fishing Derby at the  ."wharf.  The largest fish in the 4-8  category was won by Deanne  Hudson and in the 9-12 section,  "the winner was Doug Raphael.  The smallest fish, Heather  James and Shane Bigelow won  in Iheir groups, most unusual  Catch winner was Kenneth  ;McKnight, while Wendy Kleij  ;caught the biggest starfish. The  kids had a great time and enjoyed the refreshments served  courtesy Maxine and George.  SPECIAL TOUCH  SKIN CARE_--r.,  Dr. Renaud  Skin Care Now Available  Winner of the ICG Trophy  for the 3-mile race was Mike  Metcalfe and ihe Wendy  McDonald Tray and trophy  were tied for by Pam Barnsley  and C. Matthews. These two  gals did ihe same thing lasl year  - tied for first place.  Winners of the 50/50 raffle  was Corrie Clarke and Tom  Gunning also won a share of the  kitty.  In the Handicraft section the  first place winners were, Jean  Benzel for her egg art work and  also for her miniature store.  Ken James of Selma Park won  for his marquetry picture of  Tillicum Bay and Leo Sitter for  his wooden steam roller.  There was Honourable Mention for Ken James' wooden St.  Paul's Cathedral and for Mar)  Sitter's carved wooden stool.  In the children's section of  PENDER HARBOUR  DIESEL CO. LTD.  Diesel Engine Rebuilding  Industrial Parts  Hwy 101, _%__,__,  ____._,__.  Madeira Park 003-20lO  the Baking Contest for those of  ���13 and under, Rhonda Sitter  look first prize for her cookies  and Heather Pearce placed second. In the adult section the  winners for bread were  Kathleen Richards first and Bob  Tween second.  For Preserves it was Sharon  Ferguson who took first with  her gooseberry jam, Karen  Lambie second with black currant jelly and third with her red  currant jelly. Pixie Daly was  fourth with blackberry jelly.  Mary Sitter won a first for  her pizzelle cookies, Peggy Connor for her nut loaf and Mary  Sitter for her saskatoon pie.  For Relishes, Nancy Master-  man won for her zucchini relish.  At the time of writing I do  nol have the winners of either  the Smile Contest or of the  Knitting Contest but hope lo  have those for next week.  A popular event again this  year was the Favourite Teddy  Bear contest for which there  were 14 different kinds of teddies.  GOOD PICTURES  There are some excellent  photographs on display in the  window of the Coasl News office in Sechell of pictures taken  by  our  photographer  at  the  Fair. Worthwhile to take  look. You can order uapics  your favourite pics.  Vl off  SELECTED  SUMMER BAGS,  2or��  SUNGLASSES  QUALITY CONSIGNMENT CLOTHING  \/ki< we offer as carefully .is you se/ei f whal you bu\.  2d look Boutique  Hwy Hit" Sechell  885-3132  Have fun on  SEA CAVALCADE WEEKEND   With great buys from GBS!  PORTABLE  GAS BARBEQUE  Saturday  July 23/88 ^^^^^^^^^^^  OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM  ASSEMBLY - SUNNYCREST MALL 8:30 AM  THEME: GROW GIBSONS GROW  Name, Club, Committee, etc   Address Telephone No   Contact  10:30 AM  Start  Great water fun!  Inflatable  MINI RAFT  I person or 2 persons  I169S  FROM  Take anywhere  HIBACHIS  SALE  $10��5  camping:  FOLDING  PICNIC  TABLE  I  Person Telephone No. '  I  CLASS OF ENTRY  : Commercial Floats    I    I  ; Clubs &  '. Organizations  ��� Groups and  I Organizations  a  a  Bands (all types) I     I  Classic Car I     I  D  Best decorated bike  or 2 wheeler  D  Best Decorated Car    I     I  or Motorized Vehicle I I  Best decorated child  12 and under  Best decorated Adult  13 and over  ���  The applicant hereby agrees ro indemnify and hold harmless from any anion, the Glbions and District Sea Cavalcade  Comntittee or their assigns or affiliates, (cither Government or Individual) from and against all liabilities whatsoever  arising from participation in the 1988 Sen Cavalcade Parade, (ic participation al your own risk!!)  Signature of Applicant Title   Brief Description of Entry   Entries must be received by July 18, 1988 with RICHARD'S , Gower Point Rd. and School  Rd., 886-2116, or GIBSONS REALTY, Sunnycresl Mall, 886-2277. For information tall  either of the above numbers, or the SEA CAVALCADE OFFICE at 886-4660.  Lightweight  STYROFOAM  COOLERS  Ideal for fishing  & camping!  Various sizes.  PRICED FROM  $429  '���-  White  LAWN CHAIRS  For those hot summer days!  OSCILLATING FANS  ���  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES^  TWO LOCATIONS   sunshine coast highway Gibsons  WHABFANOOOLPHIN   SECHELT  l|rMrBrMM--MM Coast News, July 18. 1986  Guess Where  Ihe usual prize ol' $5 will be awarded Ihe first correct entry drawn  whieh locates Ihe above. Send your entries lo reach Ihe Coasl  News, Box 461), Gibsons by Saturday of this week. l.usl week's winner was Mrs. Ann lllalkv. Box 2462, Sechelt, who correcllj identified the '(/el a Job' sign on Redrooffs Road.  Crematorium fears  said overblown  h> George Smith  Concerns aboul the Devlin  funeral Home were laid to rest  by Gibsons council at iheir  Tuesday planning meeling.  Several staff and elected  municipal officials had visited  the neighbourhood of the home  to investigate complaints about  noise and odours following the  Installation of a crematorium  on the premises.  During an earlier council  nicciing Works Superintendeni  Skip Reeves said thai he had  been near the Funeral Home  when the crematorium was  operaling. He commented lhal  "It was not as disagreeable as  the sound of a lawn mower  operaling in ihe next yard."  Council decided that there  was no problem serious enough  lo warrant any action.  Sunshine Coast  PEST CONTROL LTD  Greaves Rd      Pender Harbour, BC    v^N 2H0  LOCALLY OPERATED  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  UNMARKED VEHICLES  For control of carpenter ants, rodents & other pests  Our Perimeter Treatment  Cuts down on the invasion  of crawling insects  For Confidential  Advice & Estimates   883-2531  OUR SPECIALTY ��� Pretreatment of houses under construction!  trurtion!      ^��  rFl5otfS   PEAT MOSS:  4*%*it*  2 cu. ft.  4 cu. ft.  $799  for  00  POTTING  MIXES: s_  50 qt. or       O ea  Manufacturer's MAIL-IN REBATE: s3.00  s15  SC25  Your cost:  $025  mm ea.  BOXED FERTILIZERS  2 kg Reg. $3.99  NOW $2" ea. or  4     r$10  00  BEDDING PLANTS  HERBS  PERENNIALS  50%  off  Many Other Non-Advertbed Specials  Terry's GARDEN CENTRE  Hwy. 101, Gibsons, scroti from Qlbsons Animal Hospital  OPEN 7 DAY8 A WEEK  Foreshore Committee  Bureaucrat  becomes a  by Penny Fuller  When Ihe Foreshore Advisory Task Force met last week  the main topic of discussion was  the restructuring of the task  force itself.  Chairman Gordon Wilson  told members that he had  received several complaints  from senior officials within the  provincial ministries of Forests  and Lands, Municipal Affairs,  Agriculture and Fisheries, and  the Federal Department of  Fisheries and Oceans. All were  concerned lhat the task force  was becoming loo political and  that their representatives mighl  be caughl In Ihe crossfire,  Wilson pointed to an article  in the Vancouver Province,  written after the previous task  force meeting, as the source of  the anxiety, At thai meeting, a  member of the public presented  the task force with debris which  she said was from lish farms in  her area.  In order lo take the heat off  the civil servants sitting on the  task force, Wilson suggested  that it be divided into two  separate bodies with different  functions. The first would be  composed of ministries  representatives and be considered a technical planning  committee to oversee Phase 11  of the Sechelt Inlet Study, Ihe  second would include other  members  of the  task   force,  Schick  joins team  Continued from page 1  pic during their phase two expansion which created what  Schick calls "the largest producing thealre complex in  Canada."  Schick is currently consulting  on the Cranbrook Thealre Projeel which is due io open nexl  year.  Asked whether a $1,250,000  budget limitation for the Gibsons Thealre proposal was  realistic, Schick replied:  "It's always going lo be "a  squeeze whether you have  $1,000,000 or $10,000,000.1 am  doing a theatre in Cranbrook  which has approximately the  same money bul will have 600  seals." Gibsons is planning a  300 seat building. He feels that  "the budget is adequate for a  building of lhat size."  When describing his own role  in the project Schick said, "I  hope that I can serve the group  mainly by showing the people  how lo use the money ihe best  way. Vou have to statl  somewhere and build a structure where you put in the things  lhat count and add on as you  go."  In response to Ihe criticism  raised by some coastal residents  aboul building a professional  theatre in Gibsons he referred lo  the success of his home theatre  in Richmond. Like Gibsons, the  Richmond building is a community theatre. He claimed lhat  there was much negative sentiment before consiruction  began, but now the Gateway is  a success and "pretty soon we  are going lo start exporting lo  other communities."  He excitedly described the  positive effect of an appropriale  professional theatre on a community: "It isn't an amenity, a  luxury. It changes the focus of  the community, ll gives it an  identity."  protection  priority  members of the community,  and elected representatives including MLA Harold Long.  This committee could receive  complaints from the public-  regarding the use of foreshore  and possibly act in an advocate  capacity.  Although the suggestions  were met with enthusiasm by  civil servants on the task force,  community represenlalive  Diana Davidson was strongly  opposed to the division. She  pointed out that ministry  representatives never voted on  issues which could be considered in any way political. She  suggested the situation could be  easily dealt with if the terms of  reference for the task force  specified thai ministry representatives were non-voting  members.  After lengthy discussion, lask  force members agreed to ask the  Sunshine Coasl Regional Board  lo review the original mandate  of the task force and assess its  performance to date.  They also agreed lo continue  lo meel as a group but a second  meeling will be held each  monlh, which the ministry  representatives will not be required to attend, where  members of the public can approach the task force with problems or conflicts around  foreshore use.  We're determined  to make Suncoast Motors THE place for  QUALITY CAR CARE  A warm welcome to  BOB SMALL  who joins a growing staff  of inter-provincially licensed mechanics  at Suncoast Motors. Bob has  many years experience as a highly  qualified auto mechanic. His specialty  is import cars and computer  controlled ignition systems.  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The Sunshine  Second Section  From provincial government  SCRD wants Hillside  bj Bruce Grierson  The dulcet tones of Finland's Serena Choir floated Ihrough the Madeira Park Community Hall Saturday, as Ihe Scandinavian group passed Ihrough the Coasl during a two-week Canadian lour.  ���Myrtle Winchester photo  World famous Finnish  choir visits Pender  by Myrtle Winchester  The world famous Serena-  Choir from Finland arrived in  Pender Harbour on July 9 from  Powell River, where they awed  judges and audience alike, placing first in a choral competition  there.  Thirty-three members of  Serena-Choir, young women  between 18 and 24, participated  in a Canadian lour which lasted  from July 3 io July 17.  The Pender Harbour Music  School sponsored the choir lo  appear in concert at the  Madeira Park Community hall  on July 10, and members of the  Music Society provided accommodations and activities for  ihem during their slay in Pender  Harbour.  Serena-Choir has toured all  of Scandinavia, performed in  the Paris Cathedral of St.  Merry's, frequently performed  on European radio and television and excelled in many professional competitions.  The choir is conducted by  Kjerstin Sikstrom, both a  founder of and principal of  Esbobygdens Musikskola, the  Swedish music school in Esbo  near Helsinki, and principal of  ihe Nylands Regional Music Institute.'  In 1987 they placed second in  the 'Let Ihe People Sing' competition arranged by the European Broadcasting Union, and  placed sixth in ihe International  Choir Competition in Arezzo,  Italy.  In 1986 Ihey placed fourth in  Ihe International Bela Bartok  Choir     Competition     in  Debrecen. Hungary.  "In every problem there is  opportunity," said SCRD  Economic Development Officer  Bill Moore, as he explained Ihe  plan lasl week to the Coasl  News: the SCRD's Economic  Dcv elopmenl Commission  (EDC) is asking ihe province to  sell crown land on the Hillside  site ai Pori Mellon to the  Regional Disirici for a nominal  fee.  The land transfer is part of a  request for compensation from  Ihe province, in ihe wake of Ihe  amalgamation of ihe forest  districts of Sechell and Powell  River, and Ihe concomiianl  heavy job loss lo Ihe Coasl.  The EDC is also asking for a  guarantee thai Ihe Small  Business foresl Enterprise Program - which protects small logging opi rations - be preserved,  and thai a 'demonstration  foresl' be implemented in the  Sunshine Coasl Timber Supply  Area, said Moore.  While the details of the  Hillside offer won't be available  for four to five week:, the concept is lirm.  "The idea is lo create an area  on the .Sunshine Coasl lhal will  accommodate new and existing  business bolh on and oil the  Coasl," said Moore. The commission hopes to develop the  land, formerly held bv Construclion Aggregates, for sale or  lease "lo facilitate secondary  foresi manufacturing and  preserve a home for Bayside  (sawmill).  "II musi be stressed lhal (the  Hillside offer) is an economic  developmeni projeel," pursued  Moore. "We're nol doing this  10 derive profit from selling and  leasing land. The object is to  create secondary industry and  jobs."  Moore and Economic Developmeni Commission Chairman Jim Gurney are now drafting Ihe Hillside request and will  send il lo Foresl Minister Dave  Parker, Municipal Affairs  Minisler Rila Johnston, Lands  Minister Howard Dirks,  Regional Developmeni Minisler  Elwood  Veitch,  and  Premier  Vander Zalm.  In a separaie Idler, the Commission will ask for assurance  thai the small business program  "will not lose its integrity or Its  intent", and lhat the  demonstration foresi - a working operation where all aspects  of forestry including log sawing  and silviculture will be open to  Ihe public - be provided.  As a further addition, the  EDC plans to ask the province  possibly via Foresl Dislricl  Operations Manager Barry  Mountain, thai a manager "al a  policy-making level" be senl to  work out of ihe Sechell Field  Office. The managemeni  presence in Sechell was losl in  lime's foresi disirici amalgamation.  The correspondence to the  ministers should be drafted and  mailed within a week, said  Gurney.  Forestry visit  Sunshine Coast Forest District Recreation Officer Bob  Rebantad will be in Sechell nexl Wednesday, July 20, to field  quesiions from ihe public on trails, recreation sites, and any  other aspect of forest recrealion.  All interested in meeting with Mr. Rebantad are invited to  drop by Ihe Sunshine Coast Forest District Field Office al  1975 Field Road between lOand 12 and 1 and 3, or call him at  885-5174.  Library echoes Cavalcade theme  by Pamela A. Feichtner  Grow Gibsons Grow, the  lliemc for ihis year's Sea  Cavalcade could well be the  slogan for Ihe Gibsons Public  I ibrary. Once again all previous  records have been broken.  Membership continues to increase and ihe circulation  figures for the firsl half of the  year have exceeded lasl year's  semi-annual figure by 3500, for  a lotal of 23,206. I he collection  is now more lhan I3.5IX) and  lack of space is a problem.  The large prim books on loan  from Library Services continue  lo be popular as do ihe German, Spanish and Italian books  from Ihe multilingual departmenl. The open shelf service is  very much appreciated as it  enables us to obtain material for  members thai is nol available in  our own collection.  .liui l.oonev. our l.lhiaiv Services liaison person visited with  ihe Board and librarians in June  and various aspects of library!  service were discussed. Mr.  I ooncv was able to make a  microfiche reader available lo  the library.  Margaret I one. our area  represenlalive, met with several  Board mcnlbcN and librarians  from ihe libraries and reading  centres of the Sunshine Coast  and spoke on the pros and cons  of going io referendum.  Margaret has good experience  in this area, coming from  Pcmberton where ihey recently  had excellent results from  referendum lo better fund iheir  library.  We   are   pleased   lo   have  Jercmv Rcimci asour Challenge  '88 sludcnt Ihis year. This is the  fourth year lhal we have had a  sludcnt io help us during the  summer months. Together with  I he Thealre group and ihe  Museum   wc   looked   into   a  govermeni projeel to hire staff  lo help us oul bm unfortunately  it was not feasible at ihis lime.  The firsl half of the year was  particularly busy. Many  meelings have been held and we  are now assured bv Peggv Con  nor, chairman of Ihe Regional  Disirici, that a referendum will  be held in November with a  view to obtaining appropriate  and adequate funding for the  libraries and reading centres of  Ihe Sunshine Coasl.  Oceanmount application  Planner presents report  by George Smilh  During Tuesday's planning  sessional Gibsons Council, Rob  Buchan delivered his Planner's  Reporl on the 48 lol 'Ocean-  mouni' subdivision applicalion  for upper Gibsons.  Buchan applauded the overall  proposal saying lhal "In terms  of general design Ihe subdivision is quite acceptable, wilh the  lots being of commendablv  larger than minimum bylaw requirements." However, the  planner also presented council  wiih "a political and budgetary  decision" on one key component of Ihe application and  recommended rejection of two  other central elements, asking  for re-design by the developers.  In June, when developer  John Kavanagh first presented  Ihe proposal, he asked council  lo consider paving for improvements lo the Shaw Road  access lo ihe property In upper  Gibsons. The lown itself owns  40 acres of land beyond the  south end of Shaw Road and as  Ihe reporl mentions Shaw Road  is destined lo become a collector  road for ihis area of Ihe town's  fulurc growth.  Buchan pointed oul lhal ihe  1700 reel of pavenienl belwecn  Ihe properly and Highway 101  is a substandard 21 fool width  and narrows to a mere 10 feel  for Ihe 500 feci in from of the  proposed subdivision. He  estimated ihe cost of upgrading  the road froniing the developmeni al $22,500 and the remaining porl ion of the road and  storm sewers io Highway 101 al  an additional $55,000.  The icpon recognized Ihe  benefits ol road upgrading to  bolh ihe municipality and Ihe  developer and therefore Ihe  need for council lo make a  political decision on cosl sharing.  Council agreed to have ihe  Chairman of the Financial  Commiliee and Ihe Administrator make a recommendation on  the feasibility of upgrading  Shaw Road, taking into account  THE GIBSONS MEDICAL CLINIC  wishes to announce that  Dr. Beverly Pace  will be returning from sabbatical September 1, 1988  Dr. Kirstie Overhill  is leaving on sabbatical August 1, 1988  and will be returning September 1, 1989.  H_*i*e-3  . Her replacement for the year will be  Dr. James Lindsay  a   contribution   from   ihe  developer.  On the iwo other key recommendations of the report ihe  developers were less fortunate,  Their projeel design laid oul a  Cul-de-sac road configuration  which maximizes ihe number of  expensive 'quality' lots al the  easl end ol ihe properly  overlooking lower Gibsons. To  support this plan Ihey called for  elimination of a half road  allowance which Ihe lown required io be set aide for a possible extension of Stewart Road  which now angles pari way up  the escarpment from lower Gibsons.  Kavanagh had also proposed  Ihe construclion of a short  north-south' connecting road  mid-way down ihe property.  Thai road would eventually  provide a second access lo the  town via O'Shea Road when ihe  intervening properly io the  norlh is eventually developed.  However, Buchan \ report rejected closure of ihe Stewart  Road allowance, citing a possible long range planning requirement to extend Stewart and a  need lo keep the allowance as a  utilities corridor lo assist with  maintenance of the existing  sanitary and storm sewers.  The planner also rejected the  road design calling ralher for "a  more Attractive curvilinear slreel  pattern" by extending the planned cul-de-sac north towards  O'Shea   Road.  Until the Finance Chairman  and Administrator report back  on the improvement costs lo  Shaw Road, council will lake no  furl her action.  THE SECHELT INDIAN BAND  hosts its Second Annual  WAR CANOE RACES  on the Sechelt Waterfront  Saturday & Sunday,  ijuly 23 & 241  Races begin at 1 pm both days,  and run all afternoon  Canoes from all over the Lower Mainland!  GREAT COMPETITIVE RACES!  iPLUSi  ��� Salmon BBQ ��� Arts & Crafts  ��� Food Concessions  EVERYONE WELCOME!  U  j  artarji      -r  3  I   *   1 __\  J, "I���i'ImA   lt\i   |  Ifki  A * _Wk  iA  W  SECHELT INDIAN BAND 14.  Coast News, July 18, 1988  LEISURE  To the doorstep  of the Stein  Debbie Middleton entertains ut the Gibsons Sea Cavalcade pageant  Saturday. ���Vera Elliott photo  African concert  knocks 'em dead  b> Rose Nicholson  It musi be lhal ihe essence of  a country's personality is expressed in it's music and dance,  and if this is Ihe case, nearly 300  appreciative Sunshine Coasters  enjoyed a remarkable experience of the exuberance and  creativity that is Uganda al a  concert given by ihe Nyonza  Singers last Monday nighl ai the  Twilight Theatre.  It was a unique opportunity  to experience a culture lhal is  completely differenl from our  own, yet obviously the complex  rhythms and compelling music  stirred sympathetic responses in  the audience. At one point over  300 pairs of hands were clapping in unison with Ihe insistent  rhythms of the drums and dancing feel on Ihe stage.  The songs and dances  represented all aspects of life,  from a subdued and sensitive  lullaby, through a very moving  deaih lament, an exciting hunting song and dance, to the  wildly exhilarating singing and  dancing that celebrate puberty  riles.  One could recognize the more  familiar characteristics of  spirituals and calypsos, and ii  was evident how much Norlh  American musical traditions  owe to African origins.  Although the Nyonza Singers  is an amateur group (all its  members hold regular jobs in  the business and academic life  of Uganda), ihey are definitely  of professional calibre. Their  repertoire includes traditional  African folk music, some compositions by European composers, and choreograph) and  original compositions by  members of Ihe group.  by Peler Trower  Travel is not only broadening, it's also addictive.  I came lo this somewhat obvious conclusion relatively late  in ihe game. Apart from job-  neccssilated trips to various up-  coasl logging camps, I journeyed very little in my early years.  Great odysseys were often  discussed in a multitude of bars,  bul ihe money always evaporated mysteriously before they  came io be.  Alter decades of procrastinating, I had ihe good fortune  lo leam up with a remarkable  lady I have known mosl of my  life. Oul of respect for her, I  moderated my spendthrift ways  and wc embarked on a series of  fascinating jaunts lo places I  had only read aboul before.  Ihe latest of these sorties was  noi as geographically far-flung  as some of our pro ions adventures, bul il was lo prove equally rewarding.  Our basic plan vv as to explore  the Bridge River counlry and lo  lake ai leasi a cursory look al  the hotly contested Stein Valley,  southern B.C.'s last major  unlogged wilderness area.  Ralher than lake the usual  Fraser Canyon roule, we had  decided io access the interior via  the Duffey Lake road from  Pemberton to Lillooel. We  drove up ihe unstable highway  io Squamish, scene of several  earlier adventures and forged  on towards Whistler,  As we passed through Ihe  Garibaldi area, bolh Yvonne  and I were reminded of a  disconcerting bin ultimately  funny incident thai had befallen  US Ihere several'years before.  Returning from one of our  very earliest trips and longing  for our lirsl coffee and cigarettes of Ihe day, we had slopped  for break lasl ai an establishment called ihe Garibaldi  Lodge. The owner, a thin-  lipped, unfriendly looking man,  was working outside in life  garden.  At The Arts Centre  Range of art works  displayed thi  s summer  If you wanl to know more  aboul the local visual art communily, ihen ihe place lo visii  .-�����^O'-' There are two Summer  ^o*     DAY CAMPS  for kids 4 to 6 years & 6'/l to 12 years  KIDS! DON'T BE BORED!  Register for  'Fun in the Sun  'French Twist'  CALL 886-2274  JOIN OUR FLOAT in the Sea Cavalcade Parade  Meet at Sunnycresl Mall Sal.. July 23 al 9 am  ihis  summer  is  the  Sunshine  Coasl Arts Cenlre in Sechell.  Ihe Ans Centre has jusi  opened ihe Annual Coasl Summer Invitational Exhibition, a  six week show of local arlisis'  work presented in iwo parts.  The first, which runs unlil July  3.1,  oilers  prints  by Joan  Marshall and Nena Braalhen.  jewellery by I inch Leblanc and  Mary Glenn Charles, sculpture  hv  Christel Fuoss-Moore and  Mandad, oil paintings by Pat  Chamberlin and  Mark Evans  (who   also   works   in   oilier  media),   acrylic   paintings   by  Donna Balma, Ursula Fritsch,  and  Trudy Small  and  vvalcr-  colours by Vivian Chamberlin.  The    range    goes    from  soothing,   ihrough   winy,   to  seriously introspective reflecting  a Iruc diversity of arlisis' concerns.  Summer gallery hours are  Tuesday lo Salurday 11-4 and  Sunday 1-4.  #  From Th* Cast ft Crew  Oi  THEBEACHCOMBERS  "Ja, my vile will cook you a  meal," he informed us curtly  and very Germanieally. "You  vill please go in the dining room  and vail." He indicated a door  and we entered his premises.  The dining room was cold,  forbidding and relentlessly  Teutonic, like a hunting lodge  in the Black Foresi. Glassy-eyed  slag heads, mounted antlers,  beer steins and coats of arms  decoraled the walls and shelves.  'No smoking' signs were prominently plastered everywhere.  We looked at each olher in  dismay, look a table and wailed  edgily for someone to bring us a  menu and coffee,  From the kiichen we heard  sounds of activity and voices  speaking rapidly in German.  Ihe owner emerged with iwo  unordered glasses of orange  juice and banged them down in  from of us. "My vile is cooking  your breakfast," he informed  us icily.  "But we haven't even told  him what we wanl," whispered  Yvonne. We sal ihere drinking  our orange juice, in considerable confusion.  In a couple of minutes our intimidating host returned with  two plates of bacon and eggs  and toast. The eggs were sun-  nvside up and half raw and Ihe  bacon underdone. "You vill  eat," he commanded.  Afraid to do otherwise, we  gagged down the wretchedly  cooked meal, ll was probably  the worst breakfast cither one  of us had ever suffered ihrough.  Eventually, some coffee was  produced and we gulped it  down gratefully.  When it came lime lo pay,  ihe arrogant hotel-keeper added  insult to injury by charging us  five dollars apiece. We exiled  the unpleasant lodge in great  haste, feeling exceedingly ill-  used, vowing never lo return.  In retrospect however, Ihe  whole episode seemed hilarious.  "Ve half vays to make you  eat!" I mimicked, as we cruised  pasl the spot where ihe now  defunct (deservedly so) lodge  had stood and wc had our firsl  good laugh of ihe journey.  On ihis particular morning,  we partook of a much more  salisfaciorv    breakfast    in   a  Pemberton cafe, full of good  old boys in baseball caps. Then  we   lurned   cast   ihrough   ihe  Mount Currie Indian  Reserve  and hit the Duffey Lake road.  The secondary gravel highway   undulates   east   ihrough  miles   of   mountainous   and  uninhabited country. Essentially a glorified logging road, il is  generally   closed   during   the  winler months, due to avalanches, The Duffey Lake route is  not extensively travelled and we  passed  few other cars as we  wound our way along it, among  the slashed and ravaged hills.  Towards the end of Ihe road we  hit    a    ferocious   twisting  downgrade lhat taxed Yvonne's  brakes to the maximum. Al ihe  bottom of Ihe formidable hill,  wc paused briefly io check the  overheated brakes, then cruised  on into Lillooel.  To be continued...  GIBSONS LEGION  Branch #109  Members & Guests Welcome  Another favourite  entertainer returns!  Fri. & Sat.,  July 22 & 23  Lei Your Legion Show You A  Good Time    Bring Some Guests!  A Deal in Fishfinding!  BOTTOMLINE Portable LCD  Depth Sounder  A_DeaLAf    ��249����  GIBSONS MARINA  Your Sunshine Coast Marine Electronics Dealer  Entrance 2 blocks past Gibsons Posl Offk  "������ ""���  ALSO Dart, Horseshoe, Crib & 8-Ball Tournamen  Phone H8(i-2411 for tournament time  Local Traffic  formerly  Knlghtshlft          at the Cibsons Legion Hall  Tickets Only $5.00 each ATTENDANCE LIMITED - 5 days lo Sel tickets!  Available at Legion, Marina, S.C, Golf Club, Dockside Pharmacy, B&D Sports  Gibsons Building Supplies Ltd. Some MAV be available al door  ��HHtHHIHMHMM.m...i.,J  IT'S CAVALCADE WEEKEND  AND PARTY TIME!  - don't miss-  CEDARS  Extra Special  ENTERTAINMENT  ��� Fri. 8, Sat.���  "Polynesia"  and  "Cane Fire"  Singers, Dancers  even Rock 'n' Roll!  Their special magic guarantees  A Very Special Cavalcade Evening.  Cgfe  Hwv 101, Gibsons  The besl ol everything is waiting  Be sure to come early and slay lale  886-8171  Keep part of the dollars you spend...   "���"^������SHOP LOCALLY*  Life is a Beach  AT GRAMMA'S!  Celebrating Sea Cavalcade '88  Come & have fun in our "Mardi Gras Pub'  | Enjoy the fireworks   from our "Last Oasis Patio"  BEVERAGE SPECIALS!  "Son ol a Beach"      "Beach Bully" "Bikini Buz?  ia'iliVV'.  Wk  PRIZES for Best Hawaiian Shirt  of the moment all weekend  Champagne & O.J. for breakfast!  BREAKFAST SPECIALS  * ALL WEEKEND!  fvjsv:  ���*��������� ���.,.. ���  NEW YORK STEAK  With All The Trimmings  PUP  OPEN Fri. & Sat. 11am - 1am     Sunday 11am ��� Midnight  Gramma's Pub  Head of the Wharf, Gibsons  886-8215  COLD BEER & WINE STORE  Open daily 'til 11 pm Conic on you guys, forget the sandcastles. Let's play ball," said  this enthusiastic Davis Bay dog. ��� Bruce Gitonn photo  Hunter Gallery Gleanings  Trudy's surprises next  by Vivian Chamberlin  A change of pace in store as  wc reluctantly take down Ihe  very successful show of ihe gentle oils of Marilyn Rutledge.  But wc look forward to the  energy and surprises Trudy  Small always has for us. Her  collages and paintings in a  variety of mediums, and her  own inimitable style will be sure  to delighl all viewers.  Included will be home crafts  -nol your usual run-of-lhe-mill  ilems. Trudy will also show  works in the Summer Invitational Show at the Sunshine  Coast Arls Centre in Sechell,  Augusi 3-21.  Now on Hunter Gallery walls  arc two water colours by Ruth  Roy. This is a departure for  Ruth, who usually paints in oil.  Also look for the new and lively  paintings of Kay Wells.  Something differenl are the  wood and ceramic boxes and  liivcts of John Tanslcy. And if  wood is your 'bag', nolice Ihe  very fine music boxes by Trevor  Proctor on ihe top of the  jewellery case.  Many pottery items arc  shown here - always a welcome  and thoughtful gift. Of particular interest are Muriel Par-  Gardening  by Marguerite  If you managed an early  planting of vegetables, vacant  spots become available, and this  is Ihe lime lo sow again, or set  oul started plains for welcome  harvests in the fall and winter.  Sow lettuce little and often in a  shaded spol, thinned io six inches apart. French beans, beets,  Detroit variety, and for a lender  crop of carrots, sow a short  rooted variety which can be  covered with cloches if weather  is extreme. Time lo plain seeds  of spring cabbage, carly Jersey  Wakefield variety, which are  conical in shape and will be settled in their location for the  winler. In spring Ihey arc  delightful to eal. The main  Ihing seems lo be With summer  plantings is to use mulch around  plants especially wiih ihe hot  weather - saves lime and conserves moisture,  The vivid blue and red shades  of our mop-headed Hydrangeas  are a treat and al iheir peak in  midsummer, ihe natural soil  acidity peculiar lo our region  has a loi lo do wiih It, The colours can be changed by using  alum mixed with waler.  Time will on the olher hand,  tend io keep the red shade  dominant, Cuttings from half  ripened growth can be laken  now, selecting non-flowering  shools with as few as two joints  pr nodes.  Remove lower leaves and cul  back top leaves by half to  reduce transpiration, then use  fresh waler and vermiculite or  ��� -perlite as rooling medium keeping moist.  Correction - last week's spelling Terra Sorb, super soil  moisturings for hanging  ! baskets. When absent on vacation, follow directions.  Have a wonderful weekend al  Sea Cavalcade. Look out for  : our garden club enlry.  Pub/l,  Hours:  Tuesday  ^dnesday  'nursday  Salurday  STORVTiME  Gibsons  ",c library  '0 00.4pm  , '"'Ipnr  '>"<>1pn,  W>*>- Man,  litis bowls and pendants, all  showing Ihe influence of her  Hawaiian home.  If you have art or craft items  for sale, you have only lo join  the Arls Council, and submit  ilems lo a selection committee  lo show here. New and differenl  crafts would be mosl welcome  now lhat summer is in full swing.  Find us up Ihe stairs on the  corner of Gower Point Road  and School Road. There is  parking behind ihe building or  across the road in Ihe Municipal  Parking lol.  Highway  improvement  claimed  As many people using the  Sunshine Coasl Highway may  have already noticed there has  been a change in ihe signing and  road markings southbound on  Rat Portage Hill. Sechelt  Highway Patrol of the RCM  Police in conjunction with the  Ministry of Highways took a  serious look ai this section of  highway due io the number and  seriousness of accidents lhal  look place on Ihis particular  area of highway. The passing  lane is on a light curve and is  very short (less than 300 meters)  and docs noi meel with the  criteria as a passing lane.  As it is now marked, vehicles  using ihe highway should use  Ihe left lane when proceeding  southbound and only slow traffic thai is impeding Iraffic  should pull inlo the  Till.I OUT lo allow the olher  iraffic io pass bv. This  'PULL0UT'traffic would then  he required to join wiih other  traffic ai ihe soulh end of ihe  TUU.OUT'. This is ihe same  system used in the Pender Harbour area as well as elsewhere in  Ihe Province of British Columbia.  Coast News. July 18.1988  15.  GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.   tj�� alt umi puiiuim mtit   lil'isillisi, iavi ii | ,\ DESIGN  Hi SINtSS CARDS LETTERHEAD, ENVELOPES  BKOOIlkls  IIVIKs HOOKS  k 885-3930  Publisher* of the Sunshine Coast New>  886-7817^  LIGHTHOUSE   PUB  Sat., July 23, 6:00 - 9:00 pm  Hon d'ueuvrcs'Specials/  Door Prizes  ���ENJOY   Delicious Food  Friendly Service  A West Const  Marine Setting  Next to Tyee  Porpoise Bay  885-9494  "Now you're talking!"  ���Bruce Grierson photo  0?%iw��U.  I am no longer associated with  Tri-Photo. I expect to be  operating from a new location  in Sechelt in the near future.  In the meantime,  I am still available for:  ��� WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY - PORTRAITS  - ADVERTISING AND BROCHURE PHOTOGRAPHY  - COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ASSIGNMENTS  - CUSTOM BLACK AND WHITE PRINTING  Please call me if I can be of service to vou  Gr**t Food^Gteat  PRONTO'S  Fine Dining Restaurants  s 886-8138 Sechelt 885-1919  Your guide to  the Finest in  area dining  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  lomt cf  ffee Comt  Peer ihrough ihe window of Ye Olde English Doughnut  Shoppe any morning before ten, and you're likely lo see John  Revington, clad in an ice-cream suit and straw boaier, churning out the day's offerings on the doughnut machine. Catch  his eye and he'll Hash a cockney grin and beckon you into his  Cowrie Slreel shop with a nod.  John came lo Sechelt five years ago, bin in a way he never  lefl home. On his walls hang photos of slacked buses and  Union Jacks and even Queen Liz herself lording over Ihe  rum-capped doughnuts.  Doughnuts are John's biggest sellers, and justifiably so.  Unlike normal cafe doughnuts, which typically contain  enough grease to lubricate a bicycle, John's creations arc  lighter and morecakcy. As doughnuts go, Ihese doughnuts go  - ai the rate of some 40 dozen a day. (The most popular  flavour is double-chocolate: chocolate batter, chocolate topping. Be sure to arrive early for Ihis one, as it lends lo sell out).  John held a doughnut-eating contest recently, and it was no  accident that 230 kids turned up.  For somewhat heartier fare, the meal pies, wilh spiced  beef, potatoes, onions, and carrots are a good bet. Or, try the  daily special, which mighl be pasta salad wiih seafood, smoked fish with cream cheese and salad, or a soup and sandwich  combo. Sometimes, when the weather is cool, John's pastry  chef whips up her knockout Okie English quiche, made with  broccoli, ham, asparagus, or some combination of the three  (which should take the sting out of a rotten forecast). To  drink there are juices, mineral waler, and special coffees. I  recommend springing for Ihe Cafe au lait, at $1.50.  Depending on your schedule, you can court your meal sidewalk cafe style, or do the peninsula power lunch: in and out  and on the trail before you can whistle the first verse of  "Knees Up, Mrs. Brown", refuelled for the day without feeling too bloated to take a swim or hike to the Skookumchuck  rapids.  Budget four dollars for lunch.  Creek House - tniimaie dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticaled yel  casual aimosphere. 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. ����� seals.  Lord Jim's Resort Hold - Come  enjoy a special dining experience al Lord  Jim's Reson. The atmosphere is warm  and Intimate, the views magnificent, Our  imaginative menu features the freshest  local seafoods and exciting daily specials,  all prepared with a bright, West Coast  flair. Some selections from our current  menu include rich and decadent Seafood  Bisque, pan-fried Snapper with Dill  Sauce, fillet of Lamb wilh a light Dijon  Muslard Sauce. Dining room and lounge  service. Open for breakfast and lunch.  Sal. & Sun., for dinner Thurs., fri. & Sat.  from 6 pm. Please phone for mid-week  dining hours. All major cards accepled.  For reservations and hours please call  885-711.18. (lie's Cine, nisi north of Secrel  Cove on Hwy. 1(11.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Mariners'  Restaurant - On the  waterfront with one of ihe most spectacular views in Gibsons, Ihe Mariners'  specializes in fresh and live seafood, and  also offers a full range of lunch and dinner enirees. Both menus change daily,  wilh delicious daily specials. Sunday  features an a la carte Brunch from 10 am  until 3 pm. wiih new selections each week.  Marine Drive, Gibsons Landing,  886-25.14. Open 7 days a week: 11 am -10  pm (Sundays from 10 am), 100 seals. V.  MC.  The Omega Pi/za, Steak And  Staler House - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere, the Omega is a people-  watcher's paradise. ('asi members of The  Beachcombers can usually lv lound dining here. Menu includes pi//a, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Sieaks and seafood  .ire theii specialiies. Banquet facilities  available, Very sjxvial children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. I ocated in Gibsons  Landing ai 1538 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 4-10 pm, fri  and Sal 4-11 pin. Seals 145.  FAMILY DINING  Cornerstone Tea House -  featuring traditional cream lea. luscious  desserts and lunches. Fat inside or out  and enjoy watching ihe goings on of ihe  Gibsons waterfront, Open I lam lo 5pm  weekends only, Located at 529 Hwy. loi  and School Road in Lower Gibsons  (beside the municipal parking lol). 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, .10 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 IWO desseris.  $10.95 lor adults, $5.50 for children  under 12. Tiny tots free. A great famil)  outing destination. Absolutely superb  prime rib every Friday night. Average  family dinner lor four $20-25. Sunshine  Coasl 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 till day till 11  pm. Darts everv Sim. Fvcrvone welcome.  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons -886-8171. Open 11  am - midnight, Sun-Thurs; 11 am -1 am,  Fri-Sat. 100 scats. V..MC. Regular menu  11 am lo 8:30 pm.  I'All) ADVIiKTISBIl-N'I'S  Pronto's Restaurants Two location*  to serve you. Both serve art 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 lamily  meal for four about $15-520. Located at  Wharf Rd., Sechelt. 885-1919; and in  Cedar Plaza, Hwv. 10!, 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 us  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 seats. Reservations recommended. All majot cards  accepted. Hwv. 101, Davis Bay,  885-7285.  EAT IN - TAKE OUT  Chicken Shack - Deep tried chicken,  pizza, ham'Migers. salads. BBQ ball'  chicken. BBQ ribs. All to go. Cowrie St.,  Sechell -885-7414. X-dw Rentals. Open  IIam*9pm,Mon-Thur; II am-10pm,  Fri-Sat; noon -9 pm, Sun. Home delivery  within 5 miles of store alter 4 p.m.  Mariners' Take-Out - Fresh Fish &  Chips. Mon.-Fri., 3-10 pm. Sat. & Sun.  H am - 10 pm. Marine Drive, Gibsons  landing. 886-2337.  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 lurkey 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. lb.  Coast News. July 18,1J  SPORTS  ^  kcnm-th Campbell of Langdale has been chosen for the B.C. under  19 soccer leam. The Klphinstone student, who plays cenlre forward, will accompanj ihe leam on a three-week tour of Holland  and I 'upland, and may he selected to lour China and play in the  Canada Cup in 1981*. ���Vern Elliot) photo  Gibsons on rugby map  Sunshine Coasl Rugby has a  couple more irophies and some  hard won appreciation (Where  is Gibsons anyway?) after winning seven-a-side tournaments in  Burnaby in May, Calgary on  the Canada Day weekend, and  showing well winning two of  Ihree games ai the big Can-Am  tourney lasl weekend.  Neils Payne won the MVP  and Jamie Gill and Dean  Johnson were strong as always  as ihe Pcnn Pigs Sevens won in  Burnaby. In Calgary captain  Quinn Kelly won the MVP as  ihe Pigs played greal rugby winning five more games defeating  UBC Old Boys in the final.  Scrum half Dave Macleod, one  of the Coast's premier athletes,  played extremely well and Mr.  Bad, Troy Meyers foughl and  ran for eight irics.  Calgary was greal, Ihe only  downer being a freak injury lo  prop Iggy Shtenz, (Kudos to JT  for the greal driving.)  Finally, after ten straight  wins, Ihe Pigs entered the A div.  in the Can-Am, They were playing againsl teams with players  from the US and Canadian National sides. Missing Iggy,  Dave, because of a dealh in the  family, and with Dean hobbled  by injury, with no subs and nervous because when you lose in  rugby lo the big boys you can  really lose, the Pigs rose to the  occasion defeating Surrey and  Belmont Shores, California,  before finally running oul of  gas and losing to ihe  Meralomas. Unlucky thirteen!  A lot of people asked where  Gibsons is and we'll be invited  back.  Pender Golf Club  by Terry Dougan  Crown Foresi held iheir 8th  Annual Golf Tournament July  8. Thirty-five employees and  suppliers golfed and the winner  was Terry Dougan (la-da!).  I tied Randy legge with a 41  gross bul beal his score on the  2nd handicap hole. Randy only  used 2 clubs so he shot a very  good game.  Ken O'Coffey won in the  contractor and supplier  category. Weepy Peers had a  300 yd. blast for longest drive.  Steve Crosby finessed his lee  shoi to within 3 ft. of the pin for  K.P. on 3.  On behalf of the crew I  would like lo thank John Nclsen  and the golf club lor organizing  a great tournamenl and dinner.  On July 5, 40 Senior Men  turned out including 2 from the  Sunshine Coasl Club and Keith  Fischer from Ihe USA -welcome  guys. The winner with firsl low  gross was Bill Dean, second  Tom Held. Firsl low nel was  Hugh Maginnis, second Murrell  Smilh. Closest to the pin 3 Bill  Gibbons, 6-Bill Jack.  On Ladies Day July 7, 12 gals  played lic-lac-toe on a lovely  sunny day. Blanche Palon was  Ihe winner and Joan Willcock  was second.  Thirty-two golfers came out  for the Mixed Scramble July 9.  The game was 4 hall-besi ball  using two of everyone's drives  and iwo of everyone's second  shots. The winning foursome  with a 34 were John Willcock,  Lyn Waters, Randy and  Heather Legge. Second place  wilh 35 were Pal Mitchell,  Cathy McQuilly, Hugh Maginnis and Jim Buntain.  Gibsons  Swimming Pool  JULY POOL SCHEDULE  z^_==_ Mon., Wed., Fri. ���  7:30-8:30 am  8:30-9:30  9:30-12:30  12:30-1:30 pm  1:30 on  Length Swimming  Fitness  Children's Lessons  Length Swimming  Closed  =Tues. & Thurs.  9:30-12:30  12:30 on  Children's Lessons  Closed  CLOSED SAT. & SUN.  To register tor children's two week lessons,  please call the pool at 886-9415  Gibsons Swimming Pool will be  CLOSED AUGUST 1st TO SEPT. 6th  Gibsons Swimming Pool   886-9415  Publication of this schedule  sponsored by  Super Valu  Minor softball  wraps up season  The softball season finished  on a high note wiih the year-end  dinner, awards presentation and  dance at the Roberts Creek  Communily Hall on Sunday  nighl.  Boys Standings ai Ihe end ol  league plav were:  WL     P  K.iIhtIs Cmk I .sinn ') I IK  CnnslriH-IJun Aggrvxale I 8 2  Kin's Lack) Dollar 7 J 14  Hootcn 2 7 4  Roberts Creek  legion won  the league trophy donated by  B.C. Ferry & Marine Workers.  Tournamenl play scores were:  K.C.I.. -1  Hotricn - o  Kl.lt. 1.1  l.A.J  U.K. Irt'snr Vrnlcisnn  R.C.I.. 17  K.I  I). 14  U.K. Irvsor Anderson  Ken's lucky Dollar won the  playoff trophy donated by Sunshine Coasl labour Council.  Junior Ciirls Standings - Bud  of league play were:  R.C.L 17  CA. 4  K.I I). 12  R.C.LS  KID  R.L.I.  W I  II 2  .1 ��  4 7  (ova Cola  lions < lul)  Shadows Bflrm  Coca Cola won Ihe league  trophy.  Tournamenl play scores  were:  CC- II  Nil. ��� II,  L.C. - 11  S.B. II  U.K. Nalasha Foley - 2  S.B. - 14  CC - .1  U.K. - Natasha Koles  t.,1. - 18  S.B. . 13  H.R. -Nalasha I'oles - Cheyenne Trinier  Tournamenl trophy was won  by Lions Club wiih Shadows  pulling up a valiant light.  Senior Ciirls standings at the  cud of league play were:  W IIP  Gibsons I :rnes n   2   I  13  I lair We Are 16 13  Can. Pnlpvvorkers I'nion      4 3 II 8  Gibsons Lanes won Ihe  league trophy, no playoff  Irophy awarded as too many  players had prior commitments.  Plaques awarded at dinner  for - Mosl Valuable Player  were: Cl.L. - Tanya Rezansoff;  H.W.A., Linetlc Bissell; S.B.,  Natasha Foley. 6 HR; CC,  Tara Rezansoff; L.C, Jill  Venechuk; R.C.L., Glenn  Dempster; C.P.U., Kelly Fitzgerald; Hoolers, Shane Chris-  lianson; K.L.D., Trevor Anderson: C.A., Paul Coales.  Mosl Sportsmanlike - G.L.,  Michi Stevens; H.W.A., Sheila  Bishop; S.B., Tisha Koch;  CC, Kara Quarry; L.C,  Regan Stevens; R.C.L., Sean  Whclan; C.P.U., Tammy  I umsden; Hoolers, Dave  Smilh; K.L.D., Jesse Schmidt,  CA., Jason Peers.  Mosl Improved - CU... Jody  I Idrcd: H.W.A., Linda Leslie;  S.B.. April Dunlop; CC��� Venn  Manual: I.('., Shannon Walls;  R.C.L., Scan Puchalski;  C.P.U., Cialad /ornes;  Hooters, John Bentley: K.L.D.,  Craig Kincaid; C.A., Eric  Vandergeest.  A thank you is being senl oul  io Tara Lee 1 awlor and Kim  Cavanaugh for giving up two  days of their free lime lo help  Pam and Laura at Ihe concession stand.  Thank you also io Alcola  Distributors, Coast News,  Clements, Gibsons Lanes, Hair  We Are, l.innadinc Shoes, B.C.  Ferry & Marine Workers, Sunshine Coasl Labour Council,  Roy Bentley, Super Dave, Super  Valu, Roberls Creek Legion,  C.P.U, 119, Men's Fastball,  ladies Soflball, R.C.V.F.D.,  Roberts Creek Communily  Assoc, Coaches, Scorekcepers  and cheering seclion for a great  year of ball.  5LORAD - LORAD - LORAD - LORAD - LORAD - LORAD  cc  o  V.H.F. Radio Special  To July 23rd ONLY  Stinger Compact $299"  LX-1 Antenna $29"  GIBSONS MARINA  Entrance 2 blocks past Gibsons Post Office 886-8686  QVrjoi - ovuon - ovaoi - qvhoi - avaoi - avaoi  -DEPENDABLE   AUTO SERVICE  Did you know...  YOU CAN RENT  R Reliable cars, P/U's, vans  RV's, moving trucks  RVDEH .^^.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  Authored Dealer-Ryder Truck Renlal ^p* A  rOttUlMW  AUTOMOTIVE  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  STORAGE  ��� 10,000 sq. ft. ot heated, gov't approved storage.  ��� Dust-free storage in closed wooden pallets.  LEN WMY'S TRANSFER LTP.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  HWV. 101.CWS0NS  Pendei Harbour customer     moe ��,����*  please CALL COLLECT B0O'Z6o4  You're invited to  the  SUNSHINE ���  ���������LOUNGE  Thursday - Saturday, 6:00 pm - i2:00 am  Come in,       I    rW  Sit Back,     -, -r*>^ 2Krf  Ant! Enj'rrv ^"_   W_\\jJe  LIVE  MUSIC  Thursday thru' Saturday  .This Week  S/iVG ALONG WITH  D Four generations of golfers teed it up at the Sunshine Const Golf  unil Country Club July 7. Pictured here are great-grandfather Jack  Morgan of Redrooffs Road, grandfather Ted, father Al, and sons  Scotland Brent.  ���Brace Grierson pholo  Cedars to host  annual tourney  On Salurday, August 6, the  Cedars Pub will host its 8th Annual Cedars Inn-Vitational Golf  Tournamenl.  The tournamenl was begun  by John Kavanagh, Bill Oaken-  full, Tony Tyler and Don Mc-  Clymonl in 1981 to help fund  Junior Golf on the Sunshine  Coasl.  The tournamenl was an immediate success and has been  carried on through a succession  of owners at Ihe pub by tournament co-ordinaior Bill Oaken-  lull, and a huge group of  dedicated volunleers.  Local merchants and pub  suppliers generously donate  prizes each year, in order thai  more funds can go to Junior  Golf.  The format is 'fun golf.  Good golfers are paired with  nol so good, greal golfers with  'never golfed' golfers. Anyone  can win this tournament and  everyone does, especially Ihe  young golfers on Ihe Coasl.  Park  opening  delayed  , Coasters preparing to  celebrate the grand opening of  Sechelt's Kinnickinnik Park  August 1 will have to pul the  champagne on ice: the opening  of the park has been postponed  indefinitely.  Sechell Council made ihe  decision during its public works  committee meeting last Wednesday in Council Chambers.  Alderman Nancy MacLarty  was the firsl to express her fears  lhat the park would not be  ready for ils proposed opening  date, due lo the aftermath of  ihe work being done in ihe area  of the park's access.  Public Works Superintendent Doug Fraser attested  thai "the people doing Ihe logging have assured me thai when  the work is done, they will go  back in and reshape all the ditches and regravel if necessary".  The opening will be on hold  until the logging is finished and  ihe road is broughl up to standard.  Each year between $2000 and  $2500 is donated to the Junior  Program. The money is used  for lessons, golf clubs, junior  tournaments here, transportation lo junior tournaments  around the province and bringing pros lo the Coast.  There have been many fine  golfers come through the system  and many more are on the  horizon.  One exceptional junior from  Gibsons has just been accepled  by the San Diego Golf College.  One must be an 8-handicap or  under, and that's the easiest  hurdle to jump, in order to be  accepted. He will learn golf  course management, golf club  repair, golf course design,  greens keeping, and graduate an  accredited golf pro.  So, as well as being a day of  golf, fun, food and dancing,  much is accomplished wilh the  funds collected.  ^ f\iov)t _*_  8*  ,m\oQ  pfO'  SSSw  ...and   we   SERVICE  WHAT WE SELL  Kelly's Lawnmower  ft Chainsaw  Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.. Gibsons  886-2912  Drop oil your  COA8T NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  at  S��mvI��w Market  Roberts Creek  "A Friendly People Place"  Indian Artifacts  MON: 9 am - 4:30 pm  TUES, WED, FRI: 1 - 4:30 pm  The CARVING SHED  View Works In Progress  Mon - Fri, 9 am - 4:30 pm  CARVINGS FOR SALE  Visitors welcome to view our  TOTEMS and CARVED FIGURES  at the Community Hall - anytime.  FREE BOAT LAUNCHING  RAMP - Selma Park Rd.  BINCO ��� Fri. & Sun. in  The Community Hall.  Doors open 5:30 pm - Early Bird  and Bonanza Bingo at 7:30 pm.  For further information  call Ihe Band Office at 8852273  SECHELT INDIAN BAND  S.C. Golf & Country Club  Coast News, July 18,1988  17.  Grant wins open  by Frank Nanson  The 10th Annual Squamish  Ladies Open was won by our  own Connie Grant with an 82  gross. Connie has won this  event three times now, in 1980,  1984 and 1988. Every four years  as Connie says. Ann Burton  was fifth low net winner and  Jean Dean the 12th low net with  Isabel Rendleman and Barb  Mercer in Ihe list of winners.  Marion Reeves made the closest  lo the hole drive on the 16th  hole.  At ihe Beach Grove Field  Day the leam of Helen Milburn,  Celia Meda, Rita Hincks, and  Audrey McKenzie came in  cond. The proceeds of Ihis tournamenl support charities.  The 18-hole ladies played oul  their Sea Cavalcade qualifying  round on Tuesday. Those qualifying were Jean Dean, Eileen  Evans, Dodie Grant, Mary  Horn, Phil Hendy, Isabel  Rendleman, Dcbra Sneddon  and Marty Scott.  The ladies 'club pin' winner  was won by Wilma Sim with a  nel 68. First flight low net winners were Wilma Sim, Marty  Scon and Jean Dean.  Our senior men had an alternate shot contest Thursday with  Ihe top spot taken by Dave  Bowen and Art Manning with a  low net of 27'/:. Art Hauka and  George Cooper in second place  with a net 32. Third place wenl  to Jack Anderson and Glen  Marden. Vic Vaughan and  Howard Bayer took the prize  lhal is given out just prior to the  ones mentioned above - can I  borrow some of the winnings  Vic?  The summer Mixed Scramble  went off very well on Sunday  with everyone seeming lo have  fun. The winning leam con-  sistcd of Mary McKinnon, Phil  Gross, Dave Thompson, Don  McClymont, and Wolfgang  Reiche with a low net of 60. Second was taken by the leam of  Pal Scarr, Elinor Dann, Chuck  Barnes, Prank Taber, and Barry  Reeves  I am sad lo reporl lhal the  Seymour Golf Club won Ihis  year's Men's Inierclub by  beating us quite handily on their  course even ihough our fellows  won the first match of the tournamenl which was held on our  course.  USED BUILDING SUPPLIES  Quality, used lumber, bricks, windows, lights, plumbing etc  P �� B USED BUILDING MATERIALS  11947 Tannery Rd., Surrey  MONDAY-SATURDAV BM-1SI1  ^ We also buy used building materials  Keats Camp Offers  DAY CAMPS  Kids Age 6-12  are picked up daily. Monday to     /  Friday, and taken to Keats Island for*'  adventure filled aays! Cost s49"��       3H  For more information or  to register call 688-8281  Dr. Janet Webb and Staff  are pleased to announce  the relocation of their office to  287 Gower Point Road  opposite Ken's Lucky Dollar  OPEN HOUSE: Tues., July 19th  10 - 3 pm  EVERYONE WELCOME  /  Kri. Jul) 22  0545 6.(1  1255 11.2  1630 10.5  2235   14.(1  Sal. Jul) 23  1)630 5.0  1445 12.0  1750 M.6  2305  13.8  Sun. Jtil> 24  0720 3.9  1600 13.1  1920 12.3  2345   13.7  I  Mon. July 25  0810 2.8  16411        13.9   y  2045 12.6  Reference: Point Atkinson for skM��umchu�� N��ro��ri im i m. 45 mm..  n-.nu c?*�����^���.^ -r: ~ plus 5 mm. for each ll ol riae.  Pacific Standard Time        ,���. i min. for aacn n, or tan.  .^JftK MOBIL6  '   ^    MARINE SERVICE  68?4|ai    684-0933    ���   M'��fe��f n.\-..i ���,     ................   ���.,,���...  ESS  24 HOURS  ���   ��� J  i. HARBOUR VIEW MARINE .��� ���., ���  ._._-  ��136-2231 ,m  TOURIST AND RECREATION GUIDE  *t&fo&  SUMMER PLAY PARADE  Gibsons Elem. Gym, 8 pm  "Crimes of the Heart"      "Betrayal"  Thurs.-Mon., AUG. 4-8 j Tues.-Sat.,AljC  III KI I* -\! lilt DOOR    -MIUL1 LMERrAINUENT  Sad tk {fatfj*^;  '"~"~NS-'- ^-aiaaaaaaf  Dave 886-2864 Jjfrsg^^  CHARTERS and LESSONS 1  SIGHTSEEING TOO  SED FITNESS CENTRE  CONTACT STAN DIXON ��� 885-7391  Free Weights ��� 2 Universals  Dumbbells - 2 Dry Saunas  $30 per month - $3 for drop-in use of facilities  OPEN:  8:30 am  to  9:00 pm  M.V. Tzoonle  INLET CRUISES  I (NMND SEA, SKOOKUMCHUCK RAPIDS.  I  PRINCESS LOUISA INLET  With Smoked Salmon BBQ Lunch At  Narrows Inlel Recreation Area  Reservations 4 Information: 885-9802, 885-2315, 885-3100  WAKEFIELD TENNIS CLUB  Next to the Wakefield Inn - on the beach  Pay As You Play  VISITORS WELCOME - INDOOR COURTS  885-7666 ,'  Come  Down  &  I   Browse  Fine Art - Art Supplies - Gifts  $��GALLERY  280 Gower Poinl Rd , Gibsons Landing  886-9213  SUNSHINI COAST  Golf &. Country Club  Year 'round 9 hole course  Coffee Shop & Lounjje Area  VISITORS WELCOME  H��>. im. Nnbcrtierred 885-9212  Browse A Local Art Gallery e  i see Local Artists!  Paintings . Gifts OPEN DAILY  . Pottery . Jewellry 11 - 5 pm  HUNTER GALLERY   Gibsons Landing    886-9022  TALEWIND BOOKS=  Tin ���rim, \l\ ��� B.C,  ��� Maps ��� Postcards  ��� Local Indian Art  865-2527  ill Ave, next lo Trail Bay S|>orls  Mon ��� Sat  9:30 - 5:30  24 hour Charter line      886*8341    0PEN 7 DAYS  '58 PRINCESS LOUISA CRUISE Egmonl. loam  M2/hr SALMON FISHING CHARTERS  30 Boiti-Glbioni-P. Harbour-Powell Rlvar  '3 MOLLY'S REACH TOURS Daily 1:30 Gibsons  '27 SKOOKUMCHUK & ISLAND CRUISES Daily & By Request  Sunshine Coast  Tours & Charters  449 Marine Drive. Qibsons {Beside DocksitJo Pharmacy)  ^oJw Hejcuf'ft Wama 9hc.  LAST STOP SHOPPING FOR PRINCESS LOUISA!  ��� One cru", ��� rn��,li Meal ��� Produce ��� Ice ��� Posl Office  ��� Full Line of Marine and Fishlna, Gear ��� I uel/Propane  Box 40. Garden Bay     Charters Available 883-2253  l-%  CANOE RENTALS  ��� Row Boat Rentals  Wilkl' KgC'li 883-2269  fDuncajj  Cottages, R.V. Sites  Boal Rentals,  Moorage,  Launching Ramp  883-2424  ON Tl IK WATERFRONT  AT PENDER HARBOUR  acuaj  WILSON CREEK CAMP GROUND  HEATED POOL ��� FULL HOOKUPS -  CAMPING ��� GROCERIES ��� LAUNDROMAT  On Hwy 101 At Wilson Creek Ph. 885-5937  D HELLY HANSEN & MUSTANG  OUTDOOR WEAR  D MARINE BATTERIES  a* ;.,,',   nCHARTS <& BOOKS  waianront.sibsoni  GIBSONS marina  VISITORS WELCOME  imlkm^Sil[   aS  a^^^P-*^!^^  golf CLUBife  Highway 101, 2 Kilometres North of Garden Bay Turnoff  Phone 883-9541  Leisure Time???  Come to the Shadow Baux!  ��� PAINTINGS ��� POTTERY  limited edition prints by   WEARABLE ART  ��� Robert Bafeman   ��� Ron Parker  ��� |. Serry-Llster       ��� Paul IJgarra    i ���u���y monl  ��� CUSTOM FRAMING ��� ART SUPPLIES  Cowrie St., Sechell  885-7606 18.  Coast News, July 18,1988  Sunshine Coast  Services Directory  ��� APPLIANCE SERVICES*  ELECTRICAL COiMTR.  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS*  HEATING  SERVICE & REPAIR  To All Major AppH��nc������   ,^<l  Quality Reconditioned Major Appliances For Sale  '" .1 GUARANTEED & DELIVERED  Will Buy N'ca, Non-Working Major Appliances  885-7697 J  9oAm Homimjc  Refrigeration & __  Appliance Service  BACK AT PRATT RD. 886-9959  ��� BUILDING CONTRACTORS*  ^���bisAfeS^  it*  m*  ALWEST  HOME -  SERVICES ^ ^  VINYL SIDING-SOFFIT FASCIA  100% GuaranlM  On Worhraanihlp k Material!  Door and Window Conversions  Roofing  Cal! for FREE ESTIMATE  Box 864,  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-4572  Need this space?  C..H  the COAST  NEWS  .il 886 26?? or 88b 3930  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  J 8 T I M A T E S 886-2087 eves,   QUAKED/  Sheehan Construction Ltd.  renovations and  general contracting  Granthams Ldg B C. VON 1X0  886-7830  POMFRET  CONSTRUCTION  For all aspects ot  tesidential & commercial construction  885-9692  P.O. Box 623. Gibsons. BC  -a,,ar*aV  <3��  ��� CLEANING SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Commercial Containers Available  886-2938  J  PENINSULA SEPTIC  TANK SERVICE  Box 673, Sechell, B.C.  VON 3A0  RAY WILKINSON  885-7710  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES*  R Ready Mix Concrete  C Sand ft Gravel  N f-     CONCRETE  V-Q  LTD  1  SECHELT PLANT  . 885-7180  SMITING THt SUNSHINf CCMM  CIBSONS F  886-8174  5 PI ANT   |  174       J  cm Swanson's '  For: Ready Mix Concrete Sand & Gravel  Dump Truck Rental  Formed Concrete Products  Phone 885-9666 ��� 885-5333 ,  Coast Concrete Pumping  4ESP^ tv Foundations  (Jj'tWo'- K^P FREE ESTIMATES  John Parton     885-5537  fTurenne  Concrete Pumping Lt  ��� Pumping  ��� Foundations a)Patlos  ��� Placing    (Sidewalks    ���Floor  ��� Finishing ���Driveways  .inw ciDiom 886-7022  /*N SEAVIEW ELECTRIC  O ^ Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Industrial  ��� Maintenance & Design  ��� Energy Management  ��� Fire Alarm Systems  ��� B.C. Hydro Authorized  "Electric  Plus" Contractor  CFREE ESTIMATES 1  8857142     T  (    West CoasfDrywall"^  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION  . Board - Spray ��� Oamountabla Partltlona . Int. 4 Ext. Painting  Tape    - Slaal Sluds      - Suspended Drywall        . Insulation  ��� T Bui Ceilings Ceilings  For Guaranleed Qualily a Service Call  i    BRENT ROTTLUFF          or           RON HOVDEN  V.886-9495 , . 886-9639-'  ICG LIQUID GAS  e Auto Propane  e Appliances  e Quality B.B. O's  885-2360  Hwy 101, across St.  from Big Mac's. Secliell  l  Electric Plus  Authorized  B.C. Hydro  Contractor  Seaside t__.lectric _��tJ  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  Box 467, Cibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  886-3308  RENT-A-HUSBAND  Carpentry - Electrical - Painting  Drywall Finishing _ Texturing  Cement Work - Grass Cutting - Plumbing or 5  W* Do ll All For You  Call RENTAHUSBAHD 886-7933  EXCAVATING  - SEPTIC TANKS  \&___\   - SAND & GRAVEL  - CLEARING  LOGGING  1886-2430 - DARYL  ��� MARINE SERVICES ���  HARBOUR VIEW MARINE LTD  . SUPPLIES ��� SALES ��� SERVICE ��� REPAIRS ���  STEP.N 0RIVES ,-   .,_    _ -_    ���.���    r^^���  t INB0IP.O ENGINES bv        "COOTa*    SW   ��'m    Wat"  Fun, tensed FULL LINE OF MARINE HARDWARE _ ACCESSORIES  ���. mwed BOAT HAULING 4 FULL SHOP REPAIRS -  vin.urecl DOCKSIDE SERVICE ____m HHfCfcUn  684-0933     709 k��, hi m...   ____�� 886-2233^  EXCAVATING  COAST BOBCAT SERVICL  Small In Size - Big In Production HEp.  - Yard Clean-Up     ��� Posl Holes ^VB  - Topsoil.Gravel Mulch Spreading j^V*'  Lighl Trenching ��<<<<(��l(��S"!S'3fe"!��  1885 7051   SECHELT ������(<.,��fe^>  j    $W��j    WELL DRILLING LTD.  Wow serving Ihe Sunshine Coast  Submersible Pump Installation  Air Transportation Available (only 15 mmuies  ���Coast Home Improvements=  $��� S^��P   MOLD and FUNGUS  *:i from invading your roof!  ���"*,* ,,,,    r'll  From ihis    To Ihis ~  lor as low as  l>^a^��KS��4  ���f�� s34e5 ej;p  ���~     W GUARANTEED       I   *���*��� '*   "..���:)'*���,  aaVHtttS9*Ve        results! ';l_i.  v."tj      Ll  Also     ��� Siding ��� Fences    ��� Int/exl painting  ottering: ��� Decks  ��� Rooling  ��� Structural repairs  RR I Madeira Park. PC VON 2H0 883-2127 Greg     J  OMC  7Evinrude  * Sail Water Licences _t^i_J  * Motel & Campsites  * Waler Taxi **^-  * Marine Repairs        * Ice and Tackle       883-2266  Need this space?  Call the COAST  NEWS  .it  886 2622 or 88b 3930   .,   4g'|Vv.  ^H 2. Qua He urn Beach. B.C  752-9358>  "ROLANDS'  A & G CONTRACTING  HOME IMPROVEMENTS LTD.'  ��� 5" Continuous aluminum gutters  ��� Aluminum sollils S lascias  ��� Built-in vacuum systems  ��� Vinyl siding  Cottrell's Marine Service  SERVICE TO Al L MAKES  Specializing in Merc. Oulboard  45 stern drive rebuilding  Located al  Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  ESTIMATES        SHOP886-7711     RES. 885-5840 .  __m_m__   Cott  %  DIVER ^W*  FREE ^f  885-3562  ��� Clearing 4 Stump Disposal  ��� Screened Topsoil - Fill-Sod  ��� Sand Sr Gravel Deliveries  .      ^ESTIMATES    f^Sjm  ��� Wheel lr Track Backhoes  ��� Excavating 4 Drain Fields  ��� 8 Ton Crane ,_~_\  f P& M,EXCAVATING^  /GEORGE ROBINSON, formerly of Suncoast Truss Ltd  is now operating  COQUITLAM TRUSS LTD.  PLEASE CALL COLLECT  1-522-8970 or 1-464-0291 J  "I look forward to hearing  Irom valued customers  on the Sunshine Coast."  MISC SERVICES ���  JON JAREMA N  DESIGN CONSULTANT  I'KI I IMINAKY 1)1 Wloi'MI \l CONCEITS  ( (MOM HtiMI  1)1 SUA  l>\SOH  \IIIHIIii\M HI VISION HI I XISTING PI-ANS  DRAWINGS \ND KI M)l KIM.S  \ii 886*8930 in him i  MM in  I N\ lid INMI  Specializing In  ��� Slump & Hock  Removal  ��� Landscaping  ��� Clearing, elc.  Case 680   On oversized  floatation tires  ��� Beach Work  ��� Ideal for soil of  rocky ground  886-2182  ��� GEM. CONTRACTORS*  jn   THp  RENOVATIONS WITH ^  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  THE  sIMPIX)VERhaLFmocZv   ITO 885-5029,  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Culling ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & Beams  Chris Napper8863468  R.R.#4, S6, C78,  Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  s  SUPPLYING:  ��� Vinyl Siding ��� Sundeck Coatings  / ��� Aluminum Railings ��� Aluminum Awnings  I  ��� Aluminum Patio Covers  j ��� Power Washing   Serving The Entire Sunshine Const  Gibsons Call 886-3002 Paul Franske  Need this space?  C.ill thi!  COAST  NfWS  .n 88ri ?%?? o, 88S :i930  CONSTABLE  7 CONTRACTING  New Homes ��� Renovations ���  ��� Electrical ��� Plumbing ���  Contractor   ��� TOM CONSTABLE  886-3344 886-3364  Custom Carpet Sales  & Installation  Ik.'    :''"���"���.    H  WIDE SELECTION OF:  ��� Brand Name Carpets  ��� Saxony Plush, Cut & Loop.  Berber Wool, Level Loop  ��� Resilient Flooring (Lino)  ��� Exclusive European  ���c>'   .A---                 Flooring Designs  _, i    /J"        __   ^t    ' ��� Custom lnslallallon  "QUALITY IS SATISFACTION",  Cf\����< For Appointment Call  IN HOME SHOPPING   I 886-8868 |  BC FGRRIGS  Schedule  SUMMER '88  COMPLETE LANDSCAPE SERVICE  Designing, Turf, elc  Free Estimates  6'.7' &8 GOLDEN^  HEDGING EVERGREENS  s3M/li  VANCOUVER-SECHELT PCNINSUU  HORSESHOE BAY-LANGDALE  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE- SALTERY BAY  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am   3:30 pm M  9:30 M    5:30  11:30 am 7:25 M  1:15 pm  9:15  11:00 Hal Mont ONLY  M denotes no Maverick Bus on Sundays -  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am 2:30 pm  8:30 NT 4:30  10:30 am 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  Iu' 11 Hoi Moni. ONLY  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am        6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pm M   10:20 M  4:30 pm  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 M    5:30 M  9:25 M  11:30  3:30 pm  7:30  9:30  M denotes Maverick Bus  Lv. Earls Cove  8:20  2:30  Lv. Saltery Bay  7:35  1:30 pm  OMK1A  Tarminal  'Note there  First Ferry'  Sundays a  '1:02  7:45  9:45  ll:4S  1:40  3:45  5:45  Qlbaona  Marina  Holidays  MINI-BUS SCHEDULE   Monday        Tuesday  ���0:00    Sunnycroel  TAT   Mall  0:47  11:47  1:42  J:47  5:47  ���5:55  0:00  10:00  12:00  1:50  4:00  6:00  Lower  Bua  Shelter  '1:03  0:01  10:03  12:03  1:53  4:03  1:03  Ferry  Terminal  �����:10  e 10  10:10  12:10  2:06  4:10  6:10  s>  BARK MULCH M7n  15 yds delivered In Sechell Sat^U cOASVS UHaMT NURSUV  MURRAY'S NURSERY ""_.?_%?*  Located 1 mile norlh ol Hwy 101 on Mason Rd     885*2974   _J  886-7359  Conversion   Windows,   Glass,  Aulo &  Marine   Glass, Aluminum Windows  & Screens, .. Mirrors  , Hwy 101 & Prall Rd.  ICHAINSAWS^  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &   CHAINSAW LTD.  I HWY. 1018, PRATT RD.  886-2912  J  Leaves Secliell  lor Gibsons  . Cowrie Slreel  8 40 a m  ���10 00 am  I 00 p m  ' 3 15 p m  8 40 a m  ���10 00 am  1 00 p m  2 30 p.m  Wednesday  8 40 a m  ���10 00 am  I 00 p m  ��� 3 15pm  Thursday  8 40 a m  ���10 00 a m  1 OOp m  2 30 pm  Friday  8 40am  10 00 a m  3 15 p.m  Leaves Gipsons  lor Sechell  Lower Gibsons  Municipal Parking Lot.  Gower PI. Rd  9 15 am  ���10 45am  ��� I 35 p m  4 00 pm  9 15a m  ll 45 a m  I 50 pm  4 00 p m  9 15a m  ���10 45 a m  ��� I 35 p m  4 00 p m  9 15 a m  II 45 a m.  ��� I 35 pm  ��� 4 00 p m  9 15am  10 45 a m  I 00 p m  LOWER ROAD ' rouie   via Flume Boad. Beach Avenue & Lower I  Suncoast Transportation Schedules Sponsored By  New owners of  13 Years Travel Experience  = 886-9255 ==  Gfoww Ttwiee f^^^^Rgmm  Insurance, OultopJcv.   Notary  ===== 886-2000 =  Rod Carpvt Service from Friendly Professionals In Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.'  hl'ISIMIM, UVOU1 ,\ 1)1 Ml,s  m sisissr MSDS iimmiiMi inmhihs  HlilK III'KIS IHIRS ItlHIks  V885-3930  886-78177  GREAT PACIFIC  MANAGEMENT   ���  ��� Financial Planning Service     C0"D. (EST. 1965)  ��� Investment Fund AlaidairW. Irvine  ��� RRSP's Repreianlallve  ��� Reliremeni Income Funds       (604) 886-6600  ��� Tax Shelters    ^ Bux 127, Cjil^ons, B c. VON IVO .  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� CABINETS ���  888-9411  Showroom Kern's Plait, Hwy 101  <pm Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pm Letters to the Editor  Military spending deplorable trend  -\  Editor:  As a veteran of world War II  and as one who has witnessed  the horror and futility of war, I  feel I can nol honourably keep  quiet about the deplorable trend  of our government lowards excessive military spending.  Wars can not be won when  you consider the terrible toll in  human lives and squandering of  our resources.  When I think of the many  Ihousands of young men and  women (who are nol that much  different from the young of today) lying now for 40 yea.s in  foreign graves, I feel a greal  shame. Could I, or you, look  ihem in the eye and say, "Sorry,  we made a mistake; our former  allies are now our enemies!"  We may have won Ihe war  bul iry lo explain to Ihe young  dead lhal our former enemies  are now buying up our country  piece by piece and that is considered good business and progress.  Once the USA was highly  respected around the world bul  now, because of military thinking and gunboat diplomacy over  common sense, has become  heartily disliked. The paranoia  of 'commies' hiding behind  every bush and the actions they  have taken has backfired, and  Ihere has been a loss of esteem  from the rest of the world.  Please bear with me and  make up your own mind aboul  the consequences of these actions by the US military: The  Bay of Pigs invasion which was  repulsed because the revolution  led by Castro was a popular  revolution; ihe assassination of  Aliunde of Chile, which was  engineered by the CIA, just  afler he had been elected. He  had promised lo rid the counlry  of an oppressive military junta;  the invasion of Grenada, which  has since been proved to have  been totally unnecessary; the interference in Soulh America;  presenl invasion of Ihe Persian  Gulf by American warships  which led to ihe latest horror;  Ihe shooting down of a civilian  airliner with the loss of 290 innocent people. The theory  that the warships are ihere lo  stabilize ihe Gulf doesn't hold  waler as there have been twice  as many incidents as there were  before I heir intervention.  Now I would like to get lo the  poinl of this Idler, which is the  proposed acquisition of nuclear  submarines with a cosl to the  Canadian taxpayers of between  $8 to $20 billion.  As Canada professes to be a  nuclear-lice counlry, whal  would be the poinl'.' Would we  fire a missile containing a Canadian Hag saying, 'Naughty,  naughty, please go home'.  Even contemplating spending  that kind of money appalls me  when we have so many more  urgeni needs.  Children are being pushed inlo more and more crowded  classrooms.  Many people are dying while  wailing for heart surgery  because of the lack of beds and  trained staff.  While 1 deplore the need for  welfare as I believe our government should be doing more io  provide jobs, I do not ihink it is  fair to penalize young mothers  where Ihere are no adequate day  care facilities.  Wiih increased inflation,  dispensing fees and increased  MSP many seniors are finding ii  difficult io maintain a decent  standard of living. The lisl  could go on and on.  As parenls of live and grand-  parents ol si\, we protest saddling our future generations with  this staggering debt.  Please join my wife and  myself in writing our MP and  letting him know aboul ihis  before ii becomes a fail accompli. Iliank you.  Cliff Ueeman  Coast News, July 18,1988  TOn those  I  hot summer days,  v   |    Keep cool with  19.  ��  ICED  lk*JEA!  Available In Bulk  Or  Convenient Portion I  JUST ADD WATER & ICE! i \  Audrey's Coffee Service*  Call Liz at 886-7686 1  p  'Government committed to Seniors'- Long  Editor:  As the M.L.A. for Macken-  ' zie, I fell that 1 should correct  some of Ihe incorrect perceptions aboul seniors' services  which were presented in a recent  letter lo the editor from the  Mackenzie NDP Constituency  Presidenl.  I wanl to firmly stale that,  contrary lo statement made in  lhat letter, our Social Credit  government is committed to the  principle of developing and  delivering services lo seniors  thai support and enhance iheir  independence, dignity and self-  Worth.  Our governmenl recognizes  lhal the question of how we  deliver services, particularly  heallh services, lo our seniors is  going lo become increasingly  imporlanl over ihe nexl several  years as our population ages.  This issue will be addressed  by my colleague, the Hon. Peter  Dueck, the Minister Responsible for Seniors and the Minisler  of Heallh, who will be developing comprehensive long-term  strategy lo ensure Ihe quality of  life and economic security of  ihe province's senior citizens  which is lo be presented io  Cabinel by September 15, 1988.  The NDP constituency president fails lo mention in her Idler lhal ihe provincial govern  menl provides a wide range of  programs and services lhal help  all seniors, especially low income seniors, lo enable Ihem lo  maintain iheir independence.  Programs such as: [he  Guaranleed Income Supplement (CIS); Shelter Aid for  Elder Renters (SAFER); Ihe  homeowner grants of up lo  $630 per year; the Land Tax  Deferment Program which  allows, eligible seniors lo defer  payment of iheir properly taxes;  ihe bus pass program; the  seniors counselling service; and  health related programs such as  Pharmacare, Homemaker Services, Adull Day Care, and  Home Care.  Recently introduced changes  lo Ihe Medical Services Plan  premium assistance program  will allow persons with taxable  incomes of up lo $6,500 to  qualify for premium assistance,  and approximately 600,000  Brilish Columbians will be  covered by Ihis very subslanlial  safely nel Ihis year.  Seniors also enjoy many services al reduced costs such as  free driver examinations, camping subsidies and reduced rales  for hunting and angling  licences.  Seniors with minimum fixed  incomes living in Long Term  Care facilities are now eligible  for ihe GAIN for Seniors Sup-  Unemployment note  Editor:  I am writing lo express my  appreciation to the Coast News  for your cooperation in helping  lo publicize our public meeting  of June 28, 1988.  Also greatly appreciated is  your coverage of this meeting  (Officer explains Ul system, July 4 issue) as we do feel lhal Ihe  provision of inlormalion on Ihe  services we offer is a valuable  public service for your readers.  The slory may create Ihe impression, however, lhal Sunshine Coasl residents are experiencing particular difficulties  wilh the Sechell Canada  Employment Cenlre when it  comes to Unemployment Insurance service. In fact, the  Sechell office, in common with  Canada Employment Centres in  olher small communities, is noi  mandated to provide a comprehensive Unemployment Insurance service. Clients requiring in-depth service are served  by our loll-free telephone line to  Ihe Norlh Vancouver office,  Employment and Immigration Canada is taking positive  sieps to improve service to  smaller communities ihrough  Ihe provision of on-line computer terminals, and ihe implementation of the Claimant  Services Officer posilion.  The staff at ihe Canada  Employment Cenlre in Secliell  lake pride in offering quality  service in a friendly and personal manner, and feel thai Ihe  reference lo the 'impersonal  bureaucracy' in your article is  not fair comment.  Rick Winers,  Claimant Services Officer  Pre-Arranged  8*       Funerals       ^  iocutin \Junexat _Mome offexi a complete lunqc of pxe-  axtanaed funexaii: '-Jxaditionat \iunexali with _3uxial or  Cxlmation, Mxcmoxial <cbcxoicci, J-Hucl Cremation invite,  . C_\1\_ut-id_  \/unexali ox   _Jxanife\ lo otnex localitiei.  Jot thou: who wiih lo pxe-pau [uncial expenia, 'j-ievlin'i  have a uouexmnent ticenied and audited pxe-paid funexal  jilan. 100 litx cent oj funds paid axe placed in an intexeit-  ueaxina Ixuit account. I/out funexal evpcmei axe inflation-  pxoof- tin coit tl locked-in at cuxxent pxice Uucti. Of uou ..ex  wunl to cancel, all uoux moncu ii xefundaulc, with inlexeit.  Call ox wxile -Devlin  .funexal crfome fox an appointment ox  fox moxe infoxmation 886-9551.  efxo coit ox ovliaation.  '��ffib��        Sml"�� ">��� Swit/l/m Coael  <n Sea.lew Rd., so. (41. Olbeone. B.C.  plemenl of $49.30 per monlh  and iheir entire Medical Service  Plan Premiums will be paid by  the Ministry of Heallh. This ensures thai Ihese seniors will have  a minimum disposable income  of approximately $150 per  month. The governmenl will ensure lhat the minimum  disposable income of married  facility residents is equal to that  of residents who arc single.  I have listed just a few of Ihe  services and programs lhal  seniors in our province receive.  Social Credit governmenl was a  leader in introducing services  for Seniors, including the  developmeni of a hospital insurance program in the early  I950's and the introduction of  the Long Term Care Program  in 1978, and we will continue IO  develop and deliver services lhal  recognize ihe special needs of  seniors which promote their independence and overall vvell-  being.  Harold Long, M.L.A.  Mackenzie Riding  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  3o:���  Laminate  \^  ^mlS  %  25  i  off Oak  40-50-60  JULY 1-31  *AV<;  off Display Units  (Come in Early)  QUALITY KITCHEN & BATHROOM CABINETRY  Kern's Plaza - Gibsons - T-Sat. 10-4  886-9411  V  __?  SAAN  PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL JULY 23,1988  ITEMS AVAILABLE ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST.  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  886-9413  CONTINUES WITH MORE  OUTSTANDING SAVINGS  FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY  A COUPLE OF  COOL FASHION IDEAS!  Choose from a selection ol colorful t-shirts in stripes or solids. Then, add a  cropped cotton overall; so cool and stylish with contrasting belt and buttons!  Overalls come in White, Peach, Yellow or Tan. Sizes: S, M, L.  T-shirts  I    REG. $11.99  $7.99      $  * ____W A..*��Ha> ^  7  Overalls  REG. $24.99  15  .99  25% OFF  MEN'S T-SHIRTS  Summer looks that take the heat  in style! Choose from a variety ol  colors. Sizes: S, M, L, XL.  .99  REC.  $17.99  12  40% OFF  Girls'  COTTON PANTS  Choose Irom an assortment ol colours.  ��T        $Q99  $14.09       NOW  8  Toddler Boys' ft Girls'  FLEECE SETS  2 pee  Choose Irom an assortment ol screen  and pull print tops with colour  matched elastic waist bottoms.  Size 2-3X  REO. TO  $14.99 $Q99  NOW  9  BIG  BEACH TOWELS  Choose Irom an assortment ol  100% cotton towels in bold, colorful Summer designs! 30" x 60".  REG. $8.99  2J12  .OO  SAVE 50% on  LADIES' CANVAS ft  MESH ESPADRILLS  REO. $11.99  �� $12.99        SALE  $��49  1/2 PRICE  LADIES'  HANDBAGS  Various styles to choose Irom in  assorted colours. All at one low, low  price!  REO. $11.99       $ |S 99  NOW      W  se*  ,*ofc  otfSU  Courtesy of SAAN  Gibsons Bus is FREE  Stores  GREAT LOOKS COST LESS AT SAAN! 20.  r  Coast News, July 18,1988  '-.  Letters to the Editor    I Cpalg e*p,a*��"  B.C. Ferries throws curve at passengers  Edilnr- -n.  ��� .    .���   ���      j  recent resignation  Ediior  ^^^^^^^  The summer season is upon  us and wiih it ihe usual increase  in ferry irafTic. For residents  and tourists alike, Ihe prospects  of silting in a Terry lineup is  never a pleasant one. Mosl people do iheir besl lo avoid ihe  peak periods.  This summer ihe B.C. Ferry  Corporation has thrown a curve  into the game. Instead of sailing  on Ihe highest license available  ("A" license - I416 passengers),  ihey are planning on using Ihis  "A" license on Salurday morning and Sunday afternoon only.  They will use a "B" license on  Friday nighl (1133 passengers).  The rest of the time they will sail  on a "C" license (only 851  passengers).  What does this mean to you,  ihe travelling public? If the  vessel is on a lower license and  its passenger count is reached,  the traffic will be cut off  whether there is space available  or not. You will have to wait  two hours unnecessarily lor the  next sailing, while the undermanned terry sails with a partial  load.  The Ferry Corporal ion  argues lhat they can accurately  guess which trips will be busy  and upgrade the license accordingly.   However,   Ihey   have  already guessed wrong three  limes and the season has barely  started. The Ferry  Corporation's own statistics  show traffic up 14 percent over  1986. If Ihe presenl trend continues how many tourists will  nol rel urn because ihey were  stuck with nothing to do at  Langdale Terminal? How many  appointments will you residents  miss because Ihe busy 8:30 am  ferry was only licensed to carry  851 passengers? How many  commuters will miss the heavily  loaded 5:30 pm sailing on Friday nighl because the ship is  licensed for only 1133  passengers?  Museum's Dinosaur Days a success  The nexl lime you travel and  arc lefl behind, ask a crew  member whal license Ihe ship  sailed on and if space was  available. If ihe ship was undermanned and underutilized, tell  your MLA (Harold Long) that  it is time lhat the Ferry Corporation provides decent service  lo the Coasl. Overloads are annoying enough bul no one  should have lo wail unnecessarily because of a bureaucratic  whim.  Rob Bonnie  Vice-President al Large  B.C. Ferry & Marine  Workers' Union  Editor:  I feel that after reading your  report of the formation of the  Tsawcome Rate Payers  Association, further clarification of my resignation from the  Sechelt Indian Government  District Advisory Council is  needed.  Due to medical reasons I had  no choice but to, regretfully,  resign. However at a future date  1 hope I will have the opportunity to again take an active part.  The choice o I date was determined by my feeling that there  should   be   a   continuity   of  Editor:  The Elphinstone Pioneer  Museum would like io thank a  number of individuals who  assisled in making our  'Dinosaur Day', on Canada  Day, a success.  To Ken's Lucky Dollar for  saving ihe day ai ihe lasl minute  with your generosity, we appreciate your consistent willingness to help. Dairyland  Foods, the lunch Bos Punch  was popular. Thank you io  Super Valu for ihe wonderful  dinosaur cake, an appropriate  size lor a day aboul dinosaurs.  To ihe Tyrrell Museum of  Palaeontology! and ihe  Drumheller Dinosaur and Fossil  Museum for sending us inlormalion and answering our quesiions. To Len Wray Transfer,  for iheir donation of a wardrobe box for I he puppci stage,  and of course ihe entertaining  and talented puppeteer Alan  Young.  Dinosaur prizes were donated  by Suneo Printing, Mary's  Variety, and Science World  B.C. of Vancouver. Marcie  Tcnichoff coordinated  children's games, bringing  many smiles. Joan Graham and  Sechelt Chamber  glad of News aid  Editor:  1 would like io take this opportunity lo lhank you for the  excellent press coverage you  have provided for Ihe Sechelt  Chamber of Commerce and its  various events.  Being a non-profit organization,   we  rely  on   our   press  releases lo inform Ihe public of  our community events  throughout the year. The community spirit you show benefits  both our organization and the  Sunshine Coast.  Gail Sangster, Manager  Sechell Information Booth  ANCLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  ST. COLUMBA OF IONA PARISH  6835 Redrooffs Road  2nd Sunday 10:00 Morning Prayer  ., 11:00 Communion  4th Sunday   11:00 Morning Prayer  5th Sunday    3:30 Communion  The Reverend E.S. Gale  885-7088 or 1-525-6760  Prayer Book Anglican  THE SECHELT PARISH  of the ANGLICAN CHURCH  dST. HILDA'S (Sechelt)  Bam     Holy Communion  9:30 am      Family Service  ST. ANDREW'S (Madeira Park)  11:30 am 885-5019  Rev. June Maffin  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services  CIBSONS  Glassford Road  SundaySchool  ST. |OHN'S  Davis Bay  Sunday School  Rev. Alex G. Reid  Church Telephone B86-2333  11:15am  10:00 am  9:30 am  9:30 am  -+ + ,  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:15 am.  SI. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm in homes  Wednesday Bible  Study 7:30 pm in homes  |, Cameron Fraser, Pastor  885-74B8  ALL WELCOME  ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S  & ST. AIDAN'S  ANGLICAN CHURCHES  Parish Family Eucharist  Church School 10 am  SI. Aidan's, R.C. Road 6:30 pm  Firsl Sunday in month during  summer  Rev. I.E. Robinson, 886-8436  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  Morning Worship 10:00am  Prayer & Bible Sludy  Wednesday, 7:30 pm  Vacation Bible School,  Augusi 15th-19th.  Ages 2-7. Pre-regisler now.  8B3-2374 & 883-9441  Paslor Mike Klassen  Affiliated wilh Ihe Penlecostal  Assemblies of Canada  -��j��j��v_  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   ������   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  Paslor Monty McLean  886-7049  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  New Church building on  School Road - opp. RCMP  Pastor Ted Boodle  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Bible Sludy  Weds, at 7:30 pm  Phone  886-9482 or 8B6-7107  Affiliated with the  Pentecostal Assemblies  of Canada   ��***   THE SALVATION ARMY  Next to Langdale Ferry  SundaySchool 9:45am  Morning Worship 10:30 am  Pickup For Sunday School  In Gibsons Area  Phone 886-9759 or 886-3761  lohn & Bev Studiman  We Extend A  Warm Welcome To All  lamily.  Dee Gower and  Ben  Stretch.  Irwin Wall provided Ihe  music, and lhank you Id Kay  Zantolas for always having an  answer. Thank you also lo  Barry Stein and Robcrl Woods  for iheir efforts lo the museum.  finally we would like to  lhank Ihe Town of Gibsons for  iheir assistance wilh the event,  ihe B.C, Canada Day Committee for Ihe funding, and the  Coast News for Ihe publicity,  Elphinstone Pioneer  Museum Staff  9  representation from the Ratepayers group at the July 7 Band  Council Meeting. Eleanor Mae  volunteered to replace me al this  meeting.  I would like to thank many  Tsawcome residents who contacted me offering their support.  1 especially wish to thank the  SIGD for Iheir belief in the  sincerity of my interest and  ability when nominating me on  the advisory council. I offer  them my friendship, respect and  enthusiastic support in the new  SIGD.  Patricia Craig  Homecoming artist  to show her work  Editor:  I would like lo inviie you, my  friends, the community and  tourists of the Sunshine Coast  lo view some of my paintings  which will be on display al 589  Marine Drive across from Ar  mours Beach in Gibsons, on July 24, 11 am lo 4 pm. Outside,  weather permitting, inside if  raining.  Refreshments will be served.  Hope io see you there!  Carmen Gehring  British Columbia  Forest Products Limited  Narrows Inlet Division Req  A Licenced  Heavy Duty  Mechanic/  Welder  experienced on Madill and American  equipment. Full union wages and benefits.  Narrows Inlet is a commuter camp and  employees live at Sechelt.  Applicants should send resumes to:  B.C. Forest Products Limited  Narrows Inlel Division  P.O. Box 2570  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  nited ���  quires: H  f*\  *At Ijtf  Sunshine Coast Regional District  BULLETIN BOARD  Royal Terraces Building  corner of Wharf Rd., and Teredo St.  Sechelt  iUPCOMING MEETINGS=  Wednesday, July 20th -  Forestry Advisory Committee - 7:00 pm  Field Road Forestry Office  Thursday, July 21st ���  Public Utilities Committee - 7:30 pm  Planning Committee - to follow PUC  Thursday, July 28th ���  Regular Board Meeting  P.O. Box 800  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-2261  THANKS TO  South Coast Ford  for the generous loan of their  Mustang convertible  for Chairman Peggy Connor to ride in the  Celebration Day Parade  NOTICE  Area 'F' Residents  Residents of Area 'F' are advised that the next  meeting of the Advisory Planning Commission  will be held on Monday, July 25th at 7:00 pm at  Langdale Elementary School.  MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND!  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS!  The following regulations apply to  properties serviced by the SCRD water system:  As a reminder, one sprinkler per property  is allowed  ODD NUMBERED HOUSES  Monday, Wednesday, from 7-10 am and 7-9 pm  Friday 7-10 am  EVEN NUMBERED HOUSES  Tuesday, Thursday, from 7-10 am and 7-9 pm  Saturday 7-10 am  S. Lehmann  Works Superintendent  ALL MOBILE H0ME~ OWNERS  WITHIN MOBILE HOME PARKS  As a result of the Board Meeting of June 23,1988  mobile home owners within mobile home parks  are still responsible for paying the water user bill  that was previously sent out In early June 1988.  NOTICE TO ALL  WATER AND  SEWER USERS  Please be advised that all bills for 1988 have now  been mailed. Accounts are due and payable on or  before July 31,1988.  If you have not yet received a copy of your bill,  please telephone our office at 885-2261 with your  property's legal description and another bill will  be sent out.  MINIBUS TIMETABLE:!  MON.  TUES.  WED.  Leaves  Sechelt  for  Gibsons  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower Road)  1:00 pm  3:15 pm  (Lower Road)  THURS.  FRI.  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower Road)  1:00 pm  2:30 pm  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower Road)  1:00 pm  3:15 pm  (Lower Road)  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower Road)  1:00 pm  2:30 pm  8:40 am  10:00 am  3:15 pm  Leaves  Gibsons  for  Sechelt  9:15 am  10:45 am  (Lower Road)  1:35 pm  (Lower Road)  4:00 pm  9:15 am  11:45 am  1:50 pm  4:00 pm  (Lower Road)  9:15 am  10:45 am  (Lower Road)  1:35 pm  (Lower Road)  4:00 pm  9:15 am  11:45 am  1:35 pm  (Lower Road)  4:00 pm  (Lower Road)  9:15 am  10:45 am  4:00 pm  THIS SERVICE IS FOR  PUBLIC USE  Door-to-Door Service is  available for the disabled  and handicapped, and  can be booked by phoning  the dispatcher  885-5881  NO SERVICE ON  WEEKENDS OR  PUBLIC  HOLIDAYS  FARES:  One Zone - .75; each additional zone .25  Zone #1: Gibsons to Roberts Creek (Flume Road)  Zona #2: Roberts Creek to Sechelt  "Lower Road" route ��� via Flume Road, Beach Avenue and Lower Road.  Regular stops at Sechelt and Qlbsons Medical Clinic*.  Sechelt Bus Stop:  The Dock, Cowrie Street  Qlbaona Bus Stop: Lower Gibsons, Municipal Parking Lot,  Gower Point Road. Coast News. July 18, 1988  21.  1CP  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  f  I.   Horn* 1 rropcrty  1.   Births  3-  Obltuulcs  4.  In Memorial.  I.  Thud You  *���  PcnoMl  1.  AuMMmceimM,  a.  Wcddlngii.  ("I'Scncmi  9. loit  10. round  11. Petal. Uvcttock  II.  Mule     -- ���  13. Travel  14. Warned  15. Ire*  I*.  0a.ra.gt Sale,  ��� J.  tartar l Tutfe  ia. lor Sale  ���������  A��ot  ���0. r��mpm  II.  MerlM  ��|. MoMIcHom*  M.  Motorcycles  Mi  Wanted to lew  ��5.  ied *. ���naafast  ��'���   lor lent  U.   Help Wanted  18.   Work Wanted  1��.  CMMCue  10. lutoMS  OpportnoHle.  11. legal  ����� aci.riii.oii  J  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  IN PENDER HARBOUR   Marina Pharmacy mim  AC Building Supplies 6839551  IN HALFMOON BAY   B & J Store aas 9435  IN SECHELT   The Coast News  (Cowrie Slreet) 885-3930  IN DAVIS BAY-  Homes  &. Property  60x250' Wesl Secliell walerlronl  lol, 2 cleared building sites wilh  driveway New steps and trails  down park-like hillside lo rock  bull-dozed beach Have septic  permil. house plans, spectacular  view, outstanding beach areas  8857629. ��,s  Nice. 3-5 bdrm view home. 2400  sq. It.,   fireplace, wood slove.  2'A baths. 900 sq II. vinyl deck.  elc     Sechell.    $79 900  8867712   #32s  Cleared View Lol  Grandview Heights  $20,000  886-2809 or 885-2836       #3 Is  Unique cuslom posl & beam  home, loll bdrm.. Dougal Rd .  Gibsons 885-5483 #3ls  4 bdrm,. 6 yr old home. Garden  Bay. elec. heal, wood slove. ?  car garage, level lol. view ol bay  $90,000 883-2396 #29s  'A acre level duplex zoned lol.  view. Velvet Rd.. asking  $20,000,886-8661 #29  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  ANDERSON REALTY  The Sunshine Coasl  Specialise lor  ��� Recreation  ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FREE CATALOGUE  Teredo Square. Sechell  685-3211  Van Toll Free 684-8016  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  FOR MONDAY PUBLICATION  For sale hy owner. 1008 sq It  rancher, 3 bdrm close lo beach  access and Cedar Grove School  2 kms lo Gibsons, some view ol  waler. partly landscaped >h acre  lol. attached carport. $67 500  886-9983. ��g  logThome  Approx. 1700 sq II lir structure.  28x40. with 28x16' loll Ready  lo be moved and assembled on  your lol, lop quality log work,  greal price, absolutely no viewing  without appointment 885-2839  ___^_ #30s  Well landscaped 2 level home on  Abbs Rd., Gibsons. Panoramic  view, large lenced lol. attached  garage. 2 concrele driveways,  open deck & solarium, soulhern  exposure Irom kilchen. dining S  living rooms. 3 bdrms. den. rec  mm. 2 baths, only 2 blks to  school & shopping, close to  manna 886-7260 MO  W/F older well built 2 bdrm  greal polenlial. $84 500  886-7955 j3l  POOLE: Katherine. passed away  July 11 in her 70th year Among  her many Iriends who miss her  sorely are her sisler Roberta  McKibbin. brothers Ted. Dick.  Glenn and Don Poole and many  nieces and nephews  There will be a gathering and dinner later in Ihe monlh lor Ihose  relalives and Iriends who knew  and loved Katherine. #29  BUTLER: Passed away dn July  12. 1988. after a lengthy illness.  B P. (Kay) Buller. lale ol Gibsons.  Survived by her loving husband  Edward: lour sons. Donald  MacKay and wile Evelyn, ol  Langley; Gary and Helen Butler ol  Vicloria: Bill and Sandy Buller ol  Cache Creek: Bob Butler ol Prince  George: one daughter. Sharon  and husband Larry Clark ol Gibsons, nine grandchildren; six  great-grandchildren. Funeral service was held Salurday. July 16  in Ihe Chapel ol Devlin Funeral  Home. Gibsons Reverend S.  Sears officiated. Cremalion  followed. #29  Announcements  Happy 21st Birlhday  My Son & Heir. G.E.  Lois ol Love Mom  n.  Guess who's 65! Jack (Tubby)  Skellelt1 Please come and help us  retire him on July 30/88 at Ihe  Gibsons Legion aller 4 pm  #30  Progressive Conservative supporters. Federal Parly We're up  in Ihe polls' Join and renew your  membership Immediately by July  21 so lhal you can vole loi a candidate on Aug 2 6pm, Wilson  Cieek Hall, phone 885-2168  886-7164 or 88b 2160 #29  Beehive equipment, supers, lids.  Irames. foundation 885-4149  ���_____ m  Wanled - stabling lor large genlle  gelding. Box 284. c/o Coasl  News. Box 460, Gibsons BC  VON IVO m  Walerlronl lol Gower PI   Rd  asking  $64,900.   886-9481  or  526-4061. _ ��2S  W/F collage lor sale. 4 bdrms,  ���nsulaled. sturdy. 24x28. collage only lor sale, easy access lo  waler. transportation to  anywhere, cul construction  costs 731-9355 Van #2g  You can enjoy the  convenience of  Phone-in Classifieds by  calling our Sechelt Office  885-3930  The LOWEST  Classified Ad Rates  \0<y��     \\_r\  __/l \)\)   (minimum) for 10 words  2 S' for each additional word  Pay for 2 weeks, Get the 3rd week FREE  When paid by CASH. CHEQUE  or MONEY ORDER  "��WlH SelFcLASSIFIEpS  They run unlil your item is sold!  I 3       for up fo 10 words     I        per additional  word  Your ad. featuring one item only, will run lor four conseculjve  weeks and will ilit-n be cancelled unless you Instruct us to renew u  for   another   four,   by   Saturday,   1   pm.  NO CHARGE FOR RENEWAL lor as lonu ,11 you wanl!  HARLING. Passed away July 12.  1988. Lyle Augustus Harling, late  ol Gibsons, age 79 years. Survived by his loving wile, Lillian  Doris; Ihree sons, John. Gerry  and Peler: six grandchildren No  service by request Privale  cremalion arrangement Ihrough  Devlin Funeral Home #29  JOE: Passed away suddenly on  July II, 1988. Ernest Phillip Joe.  lale ol Sechell. age 77 years.  Survived by his loving wile Mary;  one son. Stephen seven grandchildren, nine greatgrandchildren, iwo brothers Funeral  Mass Tuesday. July 19 ai 11:00  am in Our Lady ol Lourdes  Catholic Church. Sechell Inter-  mem Sechell Indian Cemetery  Devlin Funeral Home, Directors  #29  MALCOLM  Passed away peacefully al his home in Pender Harbour .on July II, 1988. William  Paul Malcolm  in his 80th year.  Leaves with loving memories his  wile Mary; three sons. Ronald  and wile Patti. David and wile  Volanda, John and wile Mane,  lour daughters. Susan and husband Bill Wray. Carol and husband Mike Mulvahill, Linda and  husband   Zoltan   Szabados,  Rosemary and husband Martin I  Odermall:   nineteen   grandchildren,   one   great-granddaughter, two brothers, Ronald  and Douglas: Iwo sisters. Evelyn  and Eleanor  Predeceased by a  daughler.   Elizabeth   Ellen  Funeral service was held Friday  July 15 in Ihe Pendei Haibour  Pentecostal Church. Paslors M  Klassen  and  W   Akeroyd  officiated   Interment Foresl View  Cemelery  Devlin Funeral Home  Directors #29  I   FRIDGES  = tfow lit Sloe*  ,| ��� Household ��� Cabin  j=       ��� Recreational  | MACLEOD'S, Sechelti  ALCOHOLICS ANONVMOUS  885-2896, 886-7272, 886-2954  _ TFN  II someone in your lamily has a  drinking problem you can see  whal Us doing lo Ihem, Can you  see whal It's doing lo you' Al-  Anon can belli. Phone 886-9903  or 886-8656  Attention Teens  Al-Aleen   Can   Help    Phone  886-2565 TFN  Phone us loday aboul our beauli-  lul selection ol personalized wedding invitations, napkins, matches stationery, and more  Jeannie's Gilts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  We invite you lo come and sec our  large selection of qualify used furniture and miscellaneous ilems  THEN & NOW FURNITURE  699 Hwy 101. Gibsons  886-4716  #29  local lop 40 rock band Rampage  available lor bookings Pele  886-9812 eves #30  Pasl Lile Regression 4 Deep  Relaxation Workshop Sue Winters  S Rose Nicholson, July 21  885-2103,886-8353. #29  EGliioNS^,  Wjl iPirina, M  Wishes lo advise all  scuba customers lhat  we NO LONGER will be  FILLING AIR TANKS  P.S. The system is being installed in Sechell by new  owners)  BUT WE ARE  Your Marine &  Electronics  Suppliers  SO SEE YAH  GIBSONS marina  Entrance 2 Mocks  past Gibsons Posl Olfice  886-8686  153 H H T B. mare. English-  Western, lumps, needs ex  penenced rider, some lack m-  eluded $850 OBO 883-9383  #318  Horses lor rem hayndes pony  rides, calering to birlhday parlies, evening rides, bookings required 886-7243 #31  Free llully Miens 885-9620    #29  SPCA - For Adoption.  I well  behaved young lab dog, variety o(  cats & kittens 885-3447,   #29  Purebred exotic shorlhair kittens  (Persian) with papers, cream colour, 12 wks,. wormed & shots  $200 ea 886-9027 #3,  Two gorgeous blonde Afghan  pups CKC Reg tattooed, all  shols, family-raised, allectionale  & entertaining pets To view call  886-3093 #3ts  Reg. Labrador Relriever al slud  hips clear, exc temperament.  from gd. sound slock, il interested phone 886-8009 all  6pm #29  ���I  Multicycle Inglis aulo washer,  $295 Guaranteed S delivered  883-2648 TFN  Styroloam floatation billets  19"x40'x45". $25 ea. hall  sizes avail 883-2368 #30  Insulated canopy lor short box  GMC P/U. asking $350. or OBO  886-3189 #29  Live crab, Friday. 11am lo 5pm  Gibsons GovT Wharl, M V  Phylary, $2 50 lb . orders laken  8868192 #29  6 II leak bullet teak wall unit  leak dining lable 886 9477  #29  Gieen Onion  Earth Station  SATELLITE  Sales 6\ Service  885-5644  Piano loi sale heavy sleel Irame.  exc lone, looks terrible. $300  883-2269 #30  Propane hot waler boilei suitable  lor business or home, as new  SI000 0B0 885-7142 #30  PIANO  TUNING  repairs ��, appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Glass sliding patio doors  used  385-3613 #29  Thank You  Wanted 10 rent, private swimming  pool. 10' deep minimum.  886-2426 #30  Concrele   indentation   roller  886-7424 alt 6pm #30  Small tractor, larm equipped gd.  cond . Irade or cash 8831122  #3C  15-20   walls.  #?C  Guitar   amp,  886-7591,  It lo I acre, close lo waler bel  ween Cibsons and Sechell Cal  collect 204-665-2372 TFN  Person 10 share gallery star  Sepl I; S80. June Bot  -leweliery, pottery 886-7955  #31  Thanks Alcola Coke   Jack Cle  menl  Pepsi. Oaiwa. Ted Cronk.  Pendive Vein Forsler loi HM Bay  Fishing Derby donations  B 8 J Store #?g  Losl lo unknown parly. Husqvar-  na 181. 30" Oregon bar, serial  no 5330024, reward 885-7518  or RCMP #29  Three keys on an oalmeal cookie  keychain 886-7692 #29  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be PRE-PAID before insertion.  For your convenience, use your MASTERCARD or VISA!  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Al "Friendly People Places" Saturday NOON  At COAST NEWS Offices,  Sechell & Gibsons    SATURDAY, 3 pm  COAST NEWS Classifieds  Cowrie Si . Sechelt  885-3930  The LOWEST Price!  The HICHEST Circulation!  The FIRST on Ihe street!  Cruice Lane. Gibsons  886-2622  Looking lor lady between 29 to 33  yrs.. lor companionship Wrile  Box 661. Gibsons, BC VON IVO  #30  Alouelle Cosmetics No 1 skin  care in Canada plus cosmetics  For supplies, home shows or  privale individual consultalions,  |0b opportunities, call 886-4695  #30  Are you in an unhappy relationship? Call Ihe Transition House  lor Iree conlidential counselling  885-2944. TFN  INDIVIDUaTtorAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Call Eleanor Mae 885-9018  Announcements  Why are you here'Where are you  going' Why is Ihis happening to  you? Let me help you find your  answers. Mikhaila 886-6833  #30  Sel ol 6 keys. 3GM. 2 wks ago.  Gibsons Liquor Store #29  Men's wnslw.iich in Rbls Ck  Legion parking lol Phone bar  mgr al 886 9813 m  Pets  8. Livestock  MAGUS KENNELS  ��� Bright clean- dog  & cal boarding  ��� Dog grooming  Louies! Prices On  "SCIENCE DIET"  OPEN 8 am ��� 6:30 pm  everyday   886-8568  Puppies.   Lab'Maslill cross  886-8544 #29  Puppy.   lab/Doberman cross  886-7367 #29  Garage Sales  Traitor pans, colour TV 10 sp  parts. Commodore printer toys  books, much more Sun July  24 10 4 8068 Wildwood Rd  885-9272 Kg  Top ol Park Ave Sun July 24  10-2 #29  1108 Chaster, July 24, n-i  10  sp  bike, old Singer treadle in  lain walkci S olhei good slull  #29  Central Ave   Grantham    Sun  July 24. IO-2pm en  Raleigh   12  sp :   Hutch  BMX  bikes. $95 ea ; antique sw radio.  $85, Franklin lype wood stove  $85     oilers   considered  885-4151 weekdays #31  Sail board, gd cond. $150  885-4680 #30  Large reclining naugerhyde chair,  rusly pink velvel upholstery, ex  cond.. $115 885-5481.       #29  Black wroughi-iron glass-lopped  lable S 4 chairs, black & while  seals, $105 885-5481        #29  Moving' Beds Irom $20 dressers  from  $20-$200   obi   pedestal  large dropleal dining ibl, S250;  China cabinet, $100: burgundy  over-slulld   couch/chair  $175;  lamps Irom $5 pr.; trunks Irom  $20-$90. colour TV microwave,  antique washsland   nileslands.  rare books pictures, chairs, elc  Also 77 Chev Van. 6 cyl. aut  rusly bul runs great. $400; also  8' Iruck camper w/stove. furnace etc   S350 Phone886-8261  evenings 01 Sunday #29  Vinyl/metal  chairs  S2 10 $10  each 886-3998 allernoons  #29  All ot the following seasoneil 2  yrs 16" mixed hardwood each  slack 4' high 10' long $50 ex-  cellenl lor lire place or bonlire  pure select maple ��� much ol il  suitable lor lathe work or  finishing material lor walls elc 4'  high 8' long $50. 16" clear  yellow cedar blocks 4' high 8'  long $50. I" clear maple ho.i-ds  30/boardlt.. peeled cedar lent 1  posts 8'long 6" lop dram $4ei  886-9597 #25  Fleetwood solid stale console!  slereo. 10 speakers in beaut lr  rosewood cabinel, 78"x 20"< I  28" Needs internal and externa  attention Also needs 4 slrom  men and a boy lo move SM  small CGE stereo with 2  speakers and 12 yr old 26"  Hitachi colour TV console bolh  lor $50  Phone 886-7613  19" Araya R-300 louring bike,  like new $525 value sell $250  OBO Ladies 20" bike $75  886-2463 or 886 2249 #30  Arborite. kitchen table. 4  chairs.$30 I handrail, $5 2  doors, 1 ins'oe. 80" high 30"  wide $20 1 oulside 80" high  34" wide. $20. 4 large lires  15/38 5. S16 5LT $240. 2 pal-  tern/book racks. I small tin  display table, $10. 1 arborile sel  coffee table. 1 end lable.  $25'sel 886-2184  #29  Maternity clothes, gd cond .size  6'8 mostly summer, bathing  suit, some tall 886-3626,     #29  Beus. $20. solid wood chairs  $15; upholstered chairs. $95:  bed drawers. $15. oak side  tables. $80: oak coffee table.  $150: sound syslem S95 complele: lazy boy chair $95,  chesterfield. $75 OBO Mollall  elec range & rolissene. $235;  'ireplace insert _ Ian, $385  886-2453 #29  HAy FOR SALE  New Hay S3 50     Old Hay S2 50  Can deliver 885-9357       1    TFN I  Color VCR camera with portable i  VCR. $825 OBO Tarry 886-3595 I  886-2268 TFN !  HOT WATER!  TANKS    J  1   40 Gal Elec S209" |  I MACLEOD'S, secheit I  2 single mattresses with box spr  mgs; 2 glass & brass curio  display wall units wilh matching  tables. I rosewood end lable  886-3584 #29  Pmgpong lable, $60. 2 marble  lop end tables $40 ea ; solid  maple dining room lable plus 6  chairs. $700 OBO electric  mulcher-lype lawnmower. $125  old kilchen wood slove: 3 only  Motorola 2 way mobile radios.  $100 ea.; carpel sweeper S20  886-2323 #31  Claholm Furniture  And Inleriors  Sectional  (1 only)  Reg. $1595  now s895"  7 piece Pine  ���Bedroom Suite*  Reg. $2295  s1495  NOW  Hide-a-bed  Reg $899  now s589  'Monthly Payments  Available  "Cowrie Si , Sec  [     Bands Sun Dull..      ,  ��� Open Tue:i-Sat 10-5 j  /15131885-3713 j  u  SPCA  886-8044  TFN  SCIENCE DIET _ IAMS  Pel Food  Quality Farm S Garden  Supply Lid.  Prall Rd. 886-7527  TFN  Registered bay thoroughbred  mare. 10 years old, 16 HH.  885-2846. #30s  Commercial   sewing   machine  Plait 138 883-2885 #2gs  18"   lable   loom   $95,   Inglis  washer S dryer $300 886-8411  #31  T * S SOIL  Mushroom Manure  Topsoil Mixed  Bark Mulch  By the yard 01 14 yard diesel  dumplruck-lull  Top quality products al reasonable prices. Vou  pickup or we deliver   Phone  anylime 885-5669. TFN  Sm S��#'  CLASSIFIEDS  - They run until your itemu  is sold!  0k% i5����  for up to 10 words  Find it or Sell it  FOR SURE!  Call the  COAST NEWS  for details.  885-3930      886-2622 uoast News, July 18,1988  French Provincial mahogany  bdrm. suite. S500 886-3931  #29  Air conditioner dishwasher $175:  double walerbed no mattress  $200; swag lamp $25: root rack  $25, lire carrier $20: olher misc.  items. 885-7331. #32s  Mixed wood lor sale, $80 cord  886-9674. Clay #29  G E Columbia coll. 17 cu. It. h.  gold recond. new compressor, Al  shape. $440 OBO: Moffat h/d  washer, 3 cycle 2 spd recond  new molor. $350 OBO; Westing-  house hg sell-clean corning  cook lop. recond . $389 OBO:  Kenmore while 30" slove. aulo-  digit clock, roast meter. $349  OBO; Recond dryers. Inglis.  Weslinghouse. Baycrest, $150  and up. G E Medallion 850 hd  mulli-sp washer $327 OBO.  G E. Talisman Americana, while,  sell clean. 2 ovens, roasl sensor.  $450 OBO Wanl lo buy non-  working maior appliances Phone  Bjorn 885-7897 Viking SxS 20  cu It white. Irosllree. super  conO $535 OBO wilh icemaker,  $685 Take Hade, guarantee 90  days - 2 yrs. Corner Cupboard.  885-4434 0(885-7897 '29  Cold Iridge & while slove. SI25  ea. $200 loi bolh 885-3469  "29  Pottery kick wheel misc tools,  15 pallets S200 Panrtai 6 von  elecl'ic lencer. S50 Slrollee  carsi-al $20 Eaton's Elec-  irohorne colour TV. 19" $250  885-3301.5-6 #31  Coleman gas camp slove. oval  barbeque, all in gd shape  885-5335 #31  Cheslerlieid & chair, drapes  desk, misc furniture S  household ilems 886-7009  |   Hotpoint   |  | Appliances |  Now In Stock At  ! MACLEOD'S,Sechelt i  AMC 24" recondrtrdned while  lodge w/new compressor,  guaranleed. $249 OBO. Inglis  supreme 15 sq. It. 2 dr, l/lree  white Iridge, recond new comp,  $429 OBO. Inglis Normandie 17  sg. II.. 2 dr l/lree white Iridge.  recond.. new comp $485 OBO  Inglis Liberator heavy duty dryer  white recond, new molor, $259  OBO. All appliances guaranleed  lor 90 days unlil 2 yrs. call Corner Cupboard 885-4434 or  885-7897 #31  3 wheel electric scooter, go  cond . asking $1000 886-9360  #31  Eleclrohome A601 air conditioner,  like new, $250 886-3366 all  7pm. #31  Clemson hand mower. 18". reel  lype. call 886-7391 #29  Coast  Auto  Rental  Sales *   885-2030  Rentals dl��h  CASH PAID  Foi Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Cm Removal  886-2020  TFN  Four Corvette 265/50-15 radial  lires. new, $300 883-2885 #29s  75 Dodge Maxivan. gd. rubber.  $1250 or worsl oiler 886-3191  #30s  1975   Fold   Bronco  4X4.   $800  OBO Call886-4744 #3ls  77 Dodge Monaco, PS, PB, gd  cond . $550 OBO 885-4642  #31  '74 Olds, 2 dr.. PS. PB. AM/FM  cassette. $1200 OBO 885-7280  eves. #32s  1972 Chev window van. Very  good running cond Lois extras  $1850080 8B6-9729 #3ls  1975 Pinlo, runs well, reliable  transportation Besl oiler. Ph  886-3940 #29s  1977 Ford F150 P/U. 351 aulo.  P/S, P/B S1800 8863882  eves TFN  73 Toyola Corona. 2 dr . aulo .  runs well. $300 OBO 886-8449  #29  '80 Granada 4 dr. PS. PB, aulo  till steering, new tires, clean, gd  run  car, 65.000 original miles.  lasl sale. $1450 885-4446. 10-4  weekdays. 885-2559 eves.   #29  73 Chrysler 300 $550. '68 Volvo  122 S/W good body good running S200O 886-8411 #31  1980 4X4 'i. ton Ford P/U 351  llaldeck 8853469 #31  /a Ford Fairmont Siboo OBO  885-4490 #31  75 Dodge Mam-Van $450 OBO  885-5717 #31  1970 lorn P/U box wilh custom  bumper, bolh solid 883-2742  #29  73 Dalsun P ll $650 OBO  885-3804 #29  1981 Toyola Corolla, gd. cond ,  $3750 886-2565 #31  I* ***** *  885-7575  * * * * * * I  885-7575  THANK  YOU  I "i The Tremendous Response To Oul  SUMMER MADNESS DAYS  We're Holding It Over!  Tn Those HOCK BOTTOM BLOW OUT PRICES!  78 SUBURBAN - V8. aulo.. cloth int . stereo In very  | good shape new tires, battery s2495  '82 CITATION - Economical 4 cyl . 4 spd   2 dr halch  back cloth int.. Iwo-tone blue, only 72.000 kms   Reg $3795 BLOWOUT s3295  '73 SUPER BEETLE - Rebuilt transmission, yellow   Was $2500 NOW S19G0  76 SCIRROCO - The Feirari ol Volkswagens, completely reconditioned  Blaupunkl AM/FM cassette  lAspen model), brown Was $3650 NOW s2995  '82 TOYOTA P.U, - Longbox wilh topper. 4 spd . a  clean excellent running truck   Was $5750 NOW s5295  '81 MALIBU ��� V6. air conditioning, clolh ml . 4 dr .  Iwolone brown ���Was $4650 NOW s3950  Ask Us Aboul NEW CAR  Lease /Purchasing  Rust buckel 76 Toyota Corona,  runs well 886-8661 #29  72 Ford Econoline. V8 aulo..  new brakes, exhaust, trans,, gd.  cond .$750 885-5903 #29  Wrecking 71 GM P/U, gd. 283  block and olher pads 885 2075  #30  1978 Dodge 'A Ion Slepside. 400  sld . constant mesh 4X4, clean  and dependable, also looks  sharp, $2400. 886-7663      #30  77 Honda Slation Wagon.  28.000 kms, recond engine,  $795 885-9860. #30  77 Honda Civic, runs greal, new  brakes, exhaust, stereo, gd rubber, $1200 886-2673 #30  73 VW Bealle. new muffler, new  brakes, gd radials. $1400  885-7775 #30  72 Ford Van. 3 spd   manual  raised root camperi?ed. propane  slove sink. $1000 8857775  #30  VI MOB. $2500 OBO  8867182 *31  72 Dodge Dart, slam 6.  aulomatic radials. PS PB  $1300 886-7859 #31  16 Brilish weekender sloop, lop  cond.. bargain al $2950  883-9203 #32S  19' Fibrelorm Tri-hull Mini  Cruiser (very stable). 120 OMC  I/O, Highliner (gal) Irailer,  needs minor work. $4800  886-8558 TFN  For sale or Irade lor properly, all  aluminum 32' cabin cruiser.  Brandlamyr design. $18,000  886-9308 #31s  Super sml PU Ford Courier  aulo. big motor. FG canopy,  everything A-1 and mainlained a  must see Reduced tor guick sale  lo $2800 ONO 886-8465 (couple  Irom O'Shea Rd , pis call again|  #29  1985 Hyundai Pony. 1600 GLS. 5  spd. black, sunrool. $3950  866-9011 #31  20.     _  Campers  Motorhomes  17' Boston Whaler. Irailer, mere  power, mini 883-9110      #29s  14 fibreglass boal, 50 HP Merc,  new leg, new Irailer, new sunlop  with side windows, very clean,  comes wilh 2 luel lanks. $2800  OBO 886-3882 alt 6pm  TFN  16 Comet sailboat, sloop rig.  hoios 4 adults or sail single handed Complele with 3 sails and  Irailer. $550 OBO 885-3575  #30  OUTBOARDS 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'h yr. waler 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. 8867400 messages   #29s  Kawasaki Jelski. 550 cc eng., 10  hrs on motor 885-9516 eves.  #30s  1969 Empress class A' 21  molorhome, veiy clean, $10,500  886-2432 or 886-7923       #30s  76 Dodge Van, new motor & rear  end, air/cruise, camperued  $3500 OBO 885-5280  885-3127 #30s  _$&' SECHELT IMPORTS  ou,     ���'. QUALITY CAflS AT LOWES PfllCES  I clreeptr dealer p H��v ">'��� Sechell  1885-7575 886-2188 885-75751  1********��* ***���*�����***���  Heavy duly 18' Filth Wheel Hal  deck Irailer & hookup, triple axle.  electric   brakes,   gd  rubber.  $2500 OBO 886-4866  #31  13' Shasta Travel Trailer, slove.  oven,   sink,   Iridge.  $1000  886-3366 all 7pm  #31  140 HH Volvo molor. $1000 turn  886-7677 #30  19' Expiess Cruiser fibreglass  over plywood. 90 HP 0/B. $1000  OBO 885-7705 #3ls  Desalmalor ��� t5 gal per/hi conversion reverse osmosis ol salt  waler lo Iresh. $4000 OBO PYE  land base radio phone. 10 channel scan, includes pksville, $600  OBO 885-4149 #30  Dacron gaff-rig mast & rigging tor  14-16' sailer, $300 Marine 454.  gd oil. gd vacuum. Iresh water-  cooled new carb . $2500 OBO.  also V drive 15. reduction $700  OBO 885-4149. #30  Universal 2 cyl gas engine wilh  transmission & gauges.  886-9437 #29  17V K&C 85 HP Evinrude.  Irailer. gd. cond., $3500,  885-3137 #31  '68 HP Osco Ford marine diesel  and hy. gear, as new cond  ���883-9401 #29s  Deep V Thermoglass hull, 19'/?'  hardtop new tarps, needs motor,  loaded wilh extras, make oiler  886-2802 #32s  1975 ��� 18'/?' Sangslercrall 130,  4 cyl., Volvo. 270 Volvo leg.  comes wilh trailer. $3500  886-3882 eyes TFN  Cal25. lully equipped, moorage  included, $11,500 886-8706  #32s  ���oWnantaptanBtaoaoaa  14 Sangslercrall. 35 HP Merc.  exlras. needs wdrk. $600.  886-3247 eves #30  19'Grew de'nV Mercruiser. 170  HP FWC. $48^0 886-3846 #31s  Mel7ler Juca inllalable 15 HP  Mariner, sell separate. $1950  OBO. Roy 883-9392 #30  Classic 1986 50 HP Mercury  motor, electric, S1595  883-9110 #3ls  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray  Master Mariner in Sail  and Steam ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  885-3643  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore &  Paints  Marine  Finishes  Commercial  Pricing  W  ____���*  Bill Wood  SECHELT  Bus 885-2923  Res. 885-5058  Al  arjiri  ^SUNSHINE COAST\  \ YACHTS -  '* Ine dim Vicht Broktraga on ma waler ;'  �� ll Glblont Marina Specializing Ml ;  Pleasure Craft Power & Sail 3  Buying or Selling - Give us a can     R  886-BOAT   (26281  26' Cabin Cruiser, view at D30.  Gibsons Marina. $3800.  886-8703 #29  14'//   KS.C   Runaboul.   needs  work $250 OBO 885-5717  #31  115 HP Merc outboard, good lor  pads 885-7196, #29  14' Fibreglass runaboul, complele wilh controls, canopy, lile  jackets, etc.. $400: 35 HP  Mere ,$350 886-3584        #29  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear In Ihe more than 75 Newspapers ot 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  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  at (604)465-6931. DL5564.  1987 Ford F-800 18' Reefer  Priced lo Sell. Call Norm  Diedrich, Bob Langstaff.  5200 MLS. Out of town call  collect 327-0431. DH5662.  All makes truck auto. Lease  before you buy give leasing  a try. Info call Bob Lang-  staff, Norm Dledrlch 327-  0431. Out of town call col-  lect. DH5662.   Wanted: Good, clean, used  motorhomes, trailers, cam-  perlzed vans. Buy - sell -  irade - consign. Contact  B.C.'s largest volume dealer: Otto Mobiles, Vancouver  Ltd., Phone: Greg Mazan-  kowskl 574-4901.   Jeep Owners parts, accessories for Jeeps 1942 to  1988. Gigantic slock, low  prices, quick service. Gemini Sales, 4736 E. Hastings,  Burnaby, B.C. V5C 2K7.  Phone: (604)294-2623, (604)  294-4214.   1973 Dodge Tandem Tow  Truck 318 with 5 + 4, 44,000  rears 18,000 Frt. Holmes  750 and new underlift. Only  15,000 miles on drive train,  cab and wrecker. 278-2883.  New 1988 GMC one ton tow  truck. Holmes Protech single line with wheel lift. 350  Fl 4 speed on propane.  278-2883.   Honda Parts and Accessories, power equipment and  motorcycles. Next day delivery to most areas. Very  competitive prices. Toll Free  1-800-663-8164. Carter Hon-  da Langley.   BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES   Take Out Fast Food, totally  equipped, on T.C.H. In resort area. 836-4335. Thermo  King 45' high cube reefer  van, Ideal for fruit truck  store. 836-4335.   Wanted: Men and Women  who know their area well.  Potential incomes $700. to  $1,500 weekly. Set your own  hours. Sales experience not  required, full training provided. Call today for Interview. (416)756-7796, (416)  756-2111.        BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  FOR SALE MISC.  Established small engine  business Excellent reputation and location in heart of  logging and lishing country.  378-2416, 378-2918 or Box  11, Merrill, B.C. VOK 2B0.  Glass business - owner  wishes to retire after more  lhan two decades. Excellent  opportunity for someone  who knows the glass business - glazing, autoglass,  commercial and residential.  Wonderful community of  40,000 trading population  with stable economy. Excellent schools, skiing, hiking,  fishing, hunting, all Recreational sports. Prefer to sell  lo someone who will carry  on a tradition of good work  at fair prices. Box 120, c/o  Comox District Free Press,  P.O Box 3039, Courtenay,  B.C. V9N 5N3.   Exclusive area distributorship, part-time business,  lull-lime income, distributing replica perfumes to gift  stores etc. Minimum $2000.  investment. Fully secured  by inventory. 530-0614.  530-3177 - This is the number of one of the world's  Leading Franchise Organizations. They offer an all  cash business, complete  training and are ranked #1  In their Industry. If you are  serious about success and  willing to work hard give  them a call.   Pipers Glen Resorl Fraser  Lake, 70 campsites, 8 cabins, boats, showers, 4 bedroom home, barn, double  garage, shop. Established  family business $139,000.  Trades considered. 690-  7565.  Lighting Fixtures. Western  Canada s largest display.  Wholesale and retail. Free  Catalogues available. Nor-  burn Lighting Centre., 4600  East Hastings Slreet, Burnaby, B.C. V5C 2K5. Phone  1-299-0666.   Cool Tooler. Refrigerator  and large capacity truck tool  box in one. Contact Tom at  Jatson collect (403)269-7373  or write P.O. Box 595, Mid-  napore (Calgary), Alta. TOL  UO. Dealer inquiries welcome.  HELP WANTED  NOTICES  GARDENING  EDUCATIONAL  London School of Hairdressing and Aesthetics Is now  accepting applications for  enrolment In our day or  evening courses in Advanced Hairdressing, Hairdressing, Professional Skin Care  and Electrolysis. Our job  placement rate is In excess  of 95%. #201 - 2735 East  Hasting.i 81 Vancouver,  B.C. V5K 1Z8. (604)255-  4734.   Diploma correspondence.  Free calendar. High School  upgrading, accounting,  management, administration, secretarial, computers.  Established 1964. National  College, 444 Robson, Vancouver, 688-4913 toll free  1-800-387-1261, 24 hours.  Greenhouse and Hydroponic  Equipment and Supplies -  The most complete selection  in Canada. Low prices, plus  we are a Gold Card retailer.  Send $2. for catalogue and  free magazine to Weslern  Water Farms, 1244 Seymour  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B  3N9. 1-604-682-6636.   HELP WANTED   Housewives, Mothers and  interested persons needed  immediately to sell toys and  gifts for National Home Party Plan. No Investment, deliveries or money collection.  Call (519)258-7905.   Registered Nurses are required Immediately al the  Bulkley Valley District Hospital. This is a 55-bed accredited acute cere hospital,  located in Smithers, the hub  of the beautiful Bulkley Valley in northwestern B.C.  We are seeking ambitious  nurses who will take advantage of the many educational opportunities offered to  advance their careers. New  graduates welcome. Send  resume to: Director ol Patient Care Services, Bulkley  Valley District Hospital, Box  370, Smithers, B.C. VOJ  2N0. Telephone: (604)847-  2611.  Senior position available In  CGA public practice office  located in Smithers, B.C.  Applicants must either be  CGA graduates or senior  students with a minimum of  four years' public practice  and will be dependent upon  experience. Salaries will be  competitive within the profession and will be dependent upon experience and  ability. Forward resume to -  Mason, Mah 8. Company,  P.O. Box 3607, Smithers,  B.C. VOJ 2N0. Attention:  Don Mason, Phone: (604)  847-2281.  Banff/Jasper, Alta. Full  Time Cleaning Staff required for Motel/Hotel operations in famous resort  towns. Shared accommodations are available lor single  female employees. Only Industrious persons need apply. Charton Properties,  P.O. Box 1478, Banff, Alta.  TOL OCO.   Phone  (403)762-  2583.   Professional Accountant  who likes to develop professional skills and serves  clients in varied industries.  Personal development In  professional environment.  Public accounting firm committed to providing excellent service to diverse and  expanding clientele. Professional engagements in  accounting, auditing, tax,  micro-computers and micro-  based accounting services,  c/o Box V, #4 - 462 Reid  St.,   Quesnel,   B.C.   V2J  4M6.   Intermediate Accountant  who would like to improve  their professional skills in  accounting, auditing, taxation and micro-computers. A  public accounting firm committed to providing excellent service to a diverse  clientele. Remuneration  commensurate with experience and formal training,  c/o Box V, #4 - 462 Reid  St.,   Quesnel,   B.C.   V2J  4M6.   Independent Workers possible $500 - $1000 weekly. No  experience. Choose hours.  No need lo leave present  |ob. Various positions. Applications 348 - 636 Clyde  Avenue,   West   Vancouver,  B.C. V7T 1E1.   Wanted - Experienced Printer for small print shop In  Ihe Cariboo. Must nave  darkroom expertise and  managerial capabilities. Inquire by mail to: David  Comrle, RR#4, RMD2  Prince  George,   B.C.   V2N  2J2.   Resident Caretaker/Manager, 100 Mile Houee, B.C.  The B.C. Housing Manage-  nent Commission Is tendering tor this position for their  16 unit senior citizen's complex. Tender documents  available from B.C.H.M.C,  290 Nanaimo Avenue West,  Pentlcton.   V2A   1N5.   493-  3301.   Managing position tor e 200  head Hofsteln heifer racing  operation. A.1. hay and  crop experience necessary.  Qualified applicants only.  Written references required.  2451 Island View Rd  RR��3, Saanlchton, V0S  IMP.   What is your destiny as a  spiritual being? B.C./Yukon  Eckankar Seminar, Harrison  Hot Springs Hotel, July 30/  31. Information: 5770 Halifax, Burnaby, V5B 2P3. 298-  1276.   Fish Farmers (current or  prospective) invited to Initial  meeting concerning establishment of a grower's cooperative. If interested, contact Rob Hutton, (768-3700)  or Nick Leone (768-3982).  PERSONALS  Psychic and Channeler can  help you obtain Love,  Health, Wealth. Call or  write anytime. David Guardlno c/o M.G.G. 111 Inc.  P.O. Box 2638 Clarksvllle,  Tennessee, 37042. (615)747-  8708, (615)986-4046, (615)  675-0150, (615)226-5522.  REAL ESTATE  Commercial building 6,400  sq. ft. plus 1600 sq. ft.  office. Suitable, manufacturing or warehousing. Conveniently located, Hwy 24  and Hwy 97 in 100 Mile  House. Phone 593-2226.  Write Box 1283, 100 Mile  House, BC. VOK 2E0.  SERVICES  "ICBC Offered me $3,500.  Carey Linde got me $194,-  000.", G.N. - Abbotsford.  Vancouver Lawyer Carey  Linde (since 1972) has Free  Information. Phone 1-684-  7798. Second Opinions Gladly Given.   ICBC Injury Claims? Call  Dale Carr-Harrls - 20 years  a trial lawyer with five years  medical school before law.  0-689-4922 (Vancouver). Experienced in head injury  and other major claims. Per-  centage fees available.  TRAVEL  Great Canadian Steam Railway Excursion Oct. 21 -  25/88. Engines 2660 and  6060 Vancouver-Kamloops-  Jasper-Prince Georae-100  Mile and Vancouver. Four  nights hotels and all meals  inclusive $1498. Collect calls  to (604)681-8377.   WANTED  Poems Wanted for publication In new book "Poetic  Images - British Columbia -  1986". Send one or more to  Quality Press, 450 MacLar-  en St., Room 30, Ottawa  K1R 5K6.   More suppliers of quality  handmade crafts lor well  established pottery studio  and craft outlet. For contract or references: The  Juniper Berry, Box 2424,  Smithers, B.C. VOJ 2N0.  847-9871.   rws\w.WTO\w��w wry |  New force ten kerosene slove &  lank, gimballed, 2 burners &  oven $300 886-9122. #29  1514' Hourslon, 85 HP Johnson.  Irailer, exc. cond.. $3000.  886-8066. #32s  21' Bayliner 170 HP Volvo. 280  leg. anchor package, winch, dfip-  thsounder. swimgrid etc .  $7995.885-3506 #31  Mobile Homes  Mobile Home  hsSALES^  We will Match or Belter  Any Price In B.C.  New Homes  From     l9t9wU FOB  Chapman Creek Homes  Ltd      DL7283   4496 Hwy 101  885-5965  Mobile home spaie available.  Sunshine Coasl 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  18' Scamper, 3 way Iridge,  stove/range, sleeps 4, toilet.  S3000 0BO 886-9059 #29  Motorcycles  '83 Kawasaki GPZ 550. exc  cond 13.000 kms. $2000 OBO  886-7198 #29!  1982 Yamaha 750 SIKA. S150C  OBO 886-7112 Irani 9-5      #2��  1100 cc V65 Saber, like new.  $3300 lirm. 886-7487 #3C  '82 Yamaha 750 Virago. $I27C  OBO 885-5445 #3C  1978 S50 Honda Chopper, exc  run, cond, lots ol chrome,  $3500 eves 886-4688        #30  360T Honda motorcycle $325.  886-8411. #31  '82 250 Kawa w/rack. 25.000  kms. 885-9553 #32s  Wanted to Rent  2 or 3 bdrm houses (lurnishedl  required by performers in Gibsons area. View preferred, needed immed. Please phone  886-7811. 8am lo 7pm daily.  TFN  Responsible businessman and  lamily require 2 or 3 bdrm accom , Gibsons or Sechell area,  call days 885-2882 alt 7pm,  885-1985, ask lor Phil        TFN  For Rent  Shared accommodation in Sechelt  home, no smoking, no pets.  $250/mo . plus share utilities.  885-4778 eves. #30  New 3 bdrm. house Gibsons.  Iridge. slove. N/S. no pels, avail.  Aug. 1. $500 & damage dep.  886-8731. #29  3 bdrm. home in Lower Gibsons.  avail. Sepl 15. $600 694-3519.  #30  2 bdrm. basement home, W/F  property, 12453 Malcolm Rd.,  Madeira Park, avail. Sepl. 1.  $550/mo. 596-8340. #29  2  bdrm.   house  Secrel Cove,  secluded long term lease. $475  plus hydro, rels 224-5943    ,  #29  2 bdrm. view home Lower Gibsons. $650/mo. Write Box 287.  c/o Coasl News. 8o�� 460. Gibsons, B.C. #31  3 bdrm. home in Welcome  Woods. $550/mo 885-9897  #29  2 or 3 bdrm mobile. F/S. W/0.  storage shed. Gibsons.  $450/mo 4670326 #29  2   bdrm    suite   wilh   view.  $400/md., incl ulils 886-2565.  #29  Rcberls   Creek   Hall   avail..  dances,   parlies,   weddings,  equipment rental Yvonne,  885-4610. 7-9 pm TFN  <^_HI��_l**\yRr'i_Bue_Jf  OFFICE SPACE  AVAILABLE  Downtown Sechelt  THE DOCK  Call 885-4111  Working girl. 27 and loveable dog  seek house, privale or shared  886-7384 or 534-3940 colled  #29  Responsible working couple, one  child, 2 lo 4 bdrm wilh acreage,  will lease, immed. 886-8544  #29  2 bdrm. bouse Sechell area.  Sepl I. professional lemale.  leave message 734-3100     #29  Wanled 3 lo 4 bdrm house or  summer home in Redroolls to  Pender Harbour area, required  Sept 88 to May 89. by physician  and lamily Conlacl Dr. Terry  Amiel. Box 241. Whakalane. New  Zealand or local conlacl Billy Griffith 383-2-434 #31  Responsible local adull requires  accommodations, lurnished or  unfurnished. Aug 1. rels  886-4524 #30  Certificated carelaker w/lamily  looking lor house lo rent in Gibsons area 886-8593 #31  Responsible non-smoking lemale  seeking accom. in Sechell area  starting Sepl 1 lor 9 months, call  Suzan Mumm 251-5626 in Vancouver. #31  Responsible wotking couple wilh  2 preschoolers need 2-4 bdrm  clean home ASAP. 886-3331, rm  no 14. lv message please  #31  Mobile home or Winnebago Irom  July 3010 Aug. 2. 886-9639.  #29  24' Winnebago by week, weekend, or day. For further inlo  phon886-2565 anytime.       #29  Teredo Square  5710 Teredo St., Sechell  Prime offices available, elevator  service, lease holds are in, rents  are all inclusive.  #204-513 sq. II. $340/mo.  #305-365 sq. II. $250/mo.  #306-610 sq. It. $4IO/mo.  Call 885-4466. TFN  Help Wanted  INCREASE YOUR CHANCES! LET  OUR FINGERS DO YOUR TALKING! Call Arbulus Ollice Services  lor lasl and conlldenlial prepara-  lion ol your resume ��� 885-5212  TFN  Wailresses lor established dining  restaurant. If you have the ability  and personally we will train you.  We also need dishwashers and  students wilh some short order  experience. Resumes lo P.O. Box  1045. Gibsons, B.C. #29  Sunshine Coasl Yachls needs a  boat salesman lo work at least  lour days per week Please send  resume lo Box 1018. Gibsons,  B C #30  Looking for energetic outgoing  people who want more oul ol lile  lhan jusi a living. Call lot interview lo 886-4695 and ask lor  Deborah #30  Full lime permanent employee required    Duties   are  appliance  repair, sales, deliveries, exper in  any or all an assel, 885-3318.  #30  Companion housekeeper, live  oul. some weekends. 4 hrs. per  day. cooking, wages negotiable.  Wrile lo Box 286. c/o Coasl  News. Box 460, Gibsons. B.C.  VON IVO. #31  Required immediately, wailresses, buspeople. cooks  helpers, house keepers. Call Lord  Jim's Resort, 885-7038. Musl  have own transportation      #29  Sechell Processing Lid. is looking  lor motivated, team spirited people Our planl is located 2  minules Irom downtown Sechelt.  For more inlormalion please call  Gloria al 885-5599. #31  Malure part-lime housekeeper  companion, N/S, own trans.  886-7842 aller 5. #29  Lawn culling, carpentry and  olher odd jobs al Camp  Elphinstone near Langdale. Apply  in person or telephone 886-2025.  #29  OYSTER FARM ':  MANAGER  Large scale long line production company in (he  Desolation Sound area ol  British Columbia is seeking a  person wilh experience planning and organizing oysler larm  operations and supervising  larm crews This peison will  also be experienced working  on Ihe waler wilh boals and  marine equipment. The manage! should be knowledgeable  about remote setting, wild  seed collection, construclion.  ol long line grids, and hanging  and harvesting ol "French  lubes". The manager will be  responsible lot record keeping, inventory conlrol and  scheduling ol personnel.  Familiarity wilh sale praclices  In relatively remote coastal  situations is also important.  Please send a resume including references lo:  OYSTER FARM MANAGER  P.O. Box 1372,  Station A,  Vancouver, B.C.  V6C 2T2 Work Wanted  Experienced   Garden   Labour  885-5937. #30  Rubbish Removal  Summer yard cleanup, hauling,  moving  lighl   &   heavy,   very  resonable. Rob 885-5516     #30  A & J Landscaping  Planting, maintenance, spraying  etc., interlocking brickwork, will  provide regular maintenance.  885-5963. #31  Econo Hoe  Custom   backhoe   service.  Langdale   to   Davis   Bay.  886-8290 #31  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Remov.il.   Insured.   Guaranleed  Work Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Exp. Iiannng crew available, air  equip 886-7830 TFN  Drywall    crew    available,  reasonable rates 886-7223.  TFN  Secretary/word processor, 15  yts. exp. wishes to relocate  Seeking secretarial posilion. Gibsons/Sechelt area 980-4693 all.  6:30pm or message 886-8474.  #29  House Painting  Interior 4 exterior, call Sam Dill  886-7619, #29  Reliable man available lor small  jobs, indoor/outdoor. I'll do Ihe  work Ihe home support workers  cannot do Robert 886-4707 rels.  #29  M Child Care  ASSESSMENT  AUTHORITY OF B.C.  NOTICE  Seclion 26(4) ol the Assessment Acl provides ior the actual value ol an eligible  residential property to be  determined taking inlo consideration only the actual use  ol the land and improvements  which comprise the eligible  residential property and not  taking into consideration any  other use to which Ihe land or  improvements could be put.  Under this section, owner-  occupiers ol property may apply lor this benefit, by notice in  lorm prescribed by the  Assessment Commissioner,  provided lhat Ihey have owned  and occupied Ihe land and improvements as their principal  place ol residence continuously for Ihe entire 10 years or  more, specifically since Ihe  lirsl day ol July, 1978.  Applications may be obtained  Irom and must be returned to  the local assessment ollice by  August 1, 1988 for the 1989  assessment year.  Wanled.  reliable babysitter lo  look aller small child, Mon-Fri,  relerences required 885-5159.  #31  Opportunities  Oyster lease lor sale, Sechelt Inlet. 536-3818 m  PESTICIDE  USE  PERMIT  Permit#317-007-88/90  Terminal Foresl Products Ltd.  12180 Mitchell Road.  Richmond, B.C.  V6V IMS  #327-9258  Notice is hereby given, pursuant lo Seclion 18 ol Ihe  Pesticide Conlrol Acl Regula-  lions lhal Terminal Foresl Products Ltd, will underlake an  aerial   and   backpack   foliar  spray application on 52 0 declares ol Crown Land situated  north  ol  Goliath  Bay.   F.L  AI9229CP 3-2.  The herbicide glyphosale will  be used on approximately 52  hectares.  The project objective is lo con-  nol competing vegetation on a  cornier plantation and promote  cornier release.  The application is to lake place  between Augusi 1. 1989 and  October 31, 1990.  Copies ol the permit and maps  may be examined in detail al  Ihe Forest Service Ollice 1975  Field Rnad, Sechelt. B.C. or at  Terminal Foresl Products Ltd  12180 Mitchell Road   Richmond. B C  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION OF CROWN LAND  Take notice lhal Hans Malzen ol 12853-113B Avenue, Surrey.  B.C.. occupation contractor, intends to apply for a Licence of Occupation ol Ihe lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post  planted at the NW corner ol BL 23 thence 25m N 18�� 15'50" W  thence 24m E thence 25m S lo NE corner BL 23 and Ihence along  shoreline lo poinl ol commencement and containing 600 sq. m.  The purpose lor which Ihe disposilion is required is a private  deck,  ^-   .^*_*r  ^^VlWiam iCJt��"  /I  ISlandU I55Q  m^7  qQ-. sstl  SMntoiT11 sue,  KlWKlS  Lie.   37  2HQ5S3'  2103*1  L;c 37  f\\ MHO  'BEAVERp"*N Ef  ISLAND i^     '���!.,  $_Cj  Comments concerning this application may be made to the ollice  of Ihe Senior Land Officer. 210-4240 Manor St., Burnaby, B.C.  V5G IB2.  Relerence File 2403848  3  CO  0)  0)  .��  c  -Q  CO  CO  CO  s  s  CO  s  Notice Board  Adult Children ol Alcoholics Meetings on Monday evenings al 7:30 pm In St. Mary's  Church Hall, Gibsons: Thursdays al 7:30 pm at the Mental Health Centre In Sechelt.  For more inlormation, call Anna 885-5281.  Beginners Quilt Group meets every second Wednesday ol every monlh, 7:30 to 9:30  pm at Rockwood Lodge. Conlacl Gloria Lindsay al 885-9760.  Sunshine Coast Quilters Group (Advanced) meets on Ihe lirsl Monday ol every  monlh, 7:30 lo 9:30 pm al Rockwood Lodge. Conlacl Gail Paton al 883-2770.  Sunshine Cost) Tennis July 410 August 19 in Gibsons and Sechell. Classes for kids  and adults Regisler now al Linnadine's Shoes or Trail Bay Sports.  Narcotics Anonymous meelings Saturday nights, 8:30, at the Alano Club.  Women Who Love Too Much telephone 886-2008.886-9539,886-9569 or 883-2106  lor inlormalion aboul meetings.  Volunteer Requests: Art teacher and drivers lor Adult Day Care program, person lo  work one lo one wilh handicapped persons on crafts or woodworking projects;  drivers for Meals On Wheels program: lifeguards tor youlh camp. For more inlormalion on Ihese and olher volunteer positions please call Ihe Volunleer Action Centre at  885-5881.  Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is now in operation For Info call 885-5997.  Childrens' Crafts ind Games summer programme at Coopers Green, Monday through  Thursday. For Inlo call Alana al 885-5293 or Roberta 885-9339 ol Hallmoon Bay  Recreation Association.  St. Mary's Hospital Auxilliary Gibsons - Refreshments opposite Dougal Park, July 23,  10 lo 4pm. ___________^______  Coast News, July 18,1988  n  23.  Wilma (Billie) Rogers accepts a burl clock from Roberts Creek  Legion President Bill Richardson, at a roast held in her honour al  the Legion Sunday (see story below). -Bruce Crimon ph   Creek roasts Billie  by Phil Sheridan  Sunday, July 10, 1988 will be  long remembered by Wilma  Rodgers. II was the day her  friends, neighbours, family  members, Ladies Auxiliary  members and fellow  Legionaires gathered at Branch  219, Royal Canadian Legion,  Roberts Creek, for a traditional  'roast' with Wilma as guest of  honour.  That she was totally unaware  of whal had been planned was  evident by her look of incredulity as she entered the Legion  Hall where she was accorded  a standing ovation, and  welcomed by ihe capacity crowd  who serenaded her wiih 'For  She's a Jolly Good Fellow'.  President Bill Richardson  ihen officially opened the  ceremonies by welcoming  Wilma and guests and escorted  her 10 the Head Table. The proceedings were handed over to  Frank Zantolas, Master of  Ceremonies, who was in charge  of planning the day's festivities.  Frank ihen called upon  various speakers and while the  event was designated as a  'roast', the speeches, for the  most part, were laudatory and  testified to the high esteem  Wilma occupies in the minds of  all for her active roles in Branch  219 Ladies Auxiliary and St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary and  her contribution to the community.  Pender  Patter  Permits  by Myrtle Winchester, 883-9302  Lasl week Ihe Coast News  printed a vague Ministry of  Forests 'Pesticide Use Permit'  for Pender Harbour between  Augusi I and September 30.  The area, described as "500m  SE of the SE corner of DL  4888, 9 km N of Madeira  Park," is a previously-logged  area near the hydro sub station,  and the herbicide Glyphosate  (also called Roundup and Vision) will be sprayed by plane  between the listed dates.  The logged siie on Misery  Mile will also be sprayed with  Glyphosale under a permit extension, but the herbicide will be  applied there with power-nozzle  equipment.  Glyphosale   will   kill   the  vegelation presently thriving on  the sites, so lhal the areas can be  burned.  SWAP POSTPONED  The Augusi Community  Club Swap Meet is postponed  until Augusi 13, ralher than being held on its usual firsl Saturday of the month.  Hans Schroeder will be back  from his vacation in time 10  handle bookings for tables, and  he can be contacted at 883-257.1.  MEETING CANCELLED  Regular monthly meelings ol  the Sunshine Coast Stamp Club  will be suspended until  September 18.  If you're a philatelist, or interested in becoming one, and  don't wanl to wait until the  September meeting, call Roy  Mansfield al 883-9069 or myself  for more information aboul the  club.  Vout  ,tHf$flW'  Septic  T��iA  WW need  Puivipi.ri.V-  _\ During a l��n9  weekend.  c) Atter you've  hat) the tugs  cleaned.  Pump It now.  Bonniebrook  Industries  sae-7064  (jdj tor "Murphy.  Family members presenl were  husband Jim Rodgers; daughters Colcen and husband Roy  Kight, White Rock: Donna  Mack, Richmond; and Margaret Brodie, I.adncr. Long  time friend of Wilma, Libby  Nelson of Branch 285,  ANAVETS, Richmond,  brought greetings from her  former associates and paid  tribute lo Wilmas' efforts while  serving on Ihe executive of  Branch 285.  The Guest of Honour was  presented with a beautiful handcrafted burl clock in recognition  of her extraordinary service to  the Roberts Creek Legion. She  also received Ihe 'Presidents'  Award' for courage beyond the  call of duty and therein lies a  lale which, for now, will be lefl  untold.  Presenl at Ihe Head Table  were Bill Richardson, Presidenl  Branch 219; Wilma and Jim  Rodgers; Patricia Shindel,  Ladies Auxiliary Zone Commander; Gladys Sluis, Past  President, Gibsons Legion; Flo  McSaveney, Roberls Creek; and  Roy Milliner, Past President  Branch 219.  Irving Wall, with songs and  guitar accompaniment and Ray  Ellingham on piano and electric  piano, provided musical entertainment for the enjoyment of  all.  Afler Padre Jim Whittles invoked the Blessing, a delicious  .gourmet buffet was served.  Special lhanks go to Marion  and Don Black of Roberts  Creek Legion for their culinary  an and effort in the preparation.  Gd��Q(Z)  nt)[ Hwy. 101 &  Pratt Rd.. Gibsons 886-7359 I  Announcing the formation of a new company!  COMPLETE FOREST MANAGEMENT SERVICES  PROTECTION  ROAD LAYOUT  LOGGING  ENGINEERING -^v��; Y-/_jf!��tr  JBL FORESTRY SERVICES  Division ol Jackson Brolluvs Logging Co Lid  R.R. #1 SECHELT, BRITISH COLUMBIA VON 3A0  TELEPHONE (604) 885-3287  hoc* >119  0 ,n.sdaV- ��*�� %  2 Pffl TLssa tfaU 24.  Coast News, July 18,1988  There really is more  on the North Shore, but  did you know that:  ��� there isn't a place where local  high schools can host regional  championships,  ��� the North Shore  Invitational Gymnastics  Meet isn't held on the North  Shore because there isn't an  adequate space,  ���the Capilano College Blues  athletic teams have no  home gymnasium,  ��� there is no facility that  will hold major indoor sports events  or international competitions.  The North Shore Sportsplex will meet all of  these needs and will also act as a focal  point for the community and the college. It  will have seating for up to 2,000 people for  such events as secondary and post-secondary  inter-school tournaments, international  competitions, major visiting events and  exhibitions, and community or college-  sponsored athletic, recreational, and  cultural activities.  The Sportsplex blue jay  mascot presses Capilano  College Blues basketball  star Jennifer Smallridge.  WHO CAN USE  THE SPORTSPLEX?  ��� The Sportsplex is  for everyone on the  North Shore. Whether  you are a college  student or a community  member you can use the  Sportsplex. It will be  available for organized  recreational  activities, drop-in  times, classes  and clinics.  WHAT WILL  THE SPORTSPLEX INCLUDE?  ��� a gymnasium that can accommodate two  full-sized basketball courts, five badminton  courts or three volleyball courts,  ���four racquet courts (two racquetball, two  squash)  ���large mezzanine exercise room which can  be used for activities such as gymnastics  or aerobics and can also be used as a  social space or lounge.  Co\W��e  <A.eo.��e  ��ss**-  4  Vie*  ,J  Planning is well underway for the  Sportsplex. With your support and  just $1.4 million more, we can start  construction and be ready to open  by the end of next year.  Be a part of this exciting project  and show your commitment to  community life on the North Shore.  Call the Sportsplex Campaign  Office at 984-4983 for more details.  North Shore SPORTSPLEX at Capilano College


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