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 V  LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  90.8  NDP candidate Howard  White today called upon  Federal Minister of Fisheries  Bernard Valcourt to launch an  investigation into his government's role in the closure of  Sechell-based Appa Seafoods  Ltd.  White accused officials from  the Department of Fisheries and  Oceans and Health and Welfare  of "harassing one of the most  promising companies on the  Sunshine Coast out of  business."  The company, owned by a  group of investors headed by  Sechelt resident Berndt Rindt,  had built up its salmon-smoking  is handling of Appa Seafoods  business to the point that it had  become a major Sunshine Coast  employer, with up to 50 workers. Most of its business was export, with 65 per cent of its sales  in Ihe U.S. After three years of  struggling the company was  starting to take off, and Rindt  foresaw the day when Appa  could employ 500 people on the  Sunshine Coasl.  Appa's downfall began when  the U.S. Food and Drug Administration began refusing  shipments of Appa smoked  salmon at the border. The  reason given was that Appa  salmon contained low levels of  the  bacterium  Listeria mon-  cytogenes, a widespread  organism common in much uncooked food.  Because Listeria has always  ebeen and still is tolerated in  smoked salmon produced in the  U.S. and in Canada, White feels  ihe U.S. move should have been  protested by Canadian trade officials because the use of technicalities to prevent free trade is  sjjeecifically outlawed under the  Canada-U.S. Trade Agreement.  Instead of coming to Appa's  aid, however, the .Department  of Fisheries and Cfceans and  Health and Welfare Canada  both began seizing shipments of  Appa seafood inside Canada.  Rindt slates they also warned  customers not to deal with his  company, resulting in more  returned shipments. As a result  the company has decided to  cease operations for the summer  and reconsider its position in the  fall.  "No matter what reason the  Drug and Food Administration  and Health may feel they have  for their actions, there is no excuse for blind-siding this company the way they've done,"  While said, adding that Appa  has never been given an explanation for the detainments  of Appa products, which have  passed all Canadian standards  and meet all known regulations.  "It would appear federal  government officials have not  only failed to stand up for  Canadian rights under the Free  Trade Agreement, they actually  aeped (he U.S. action."  White said the provincial  government is also guilty  because both International  Business Minister Elwood  Veitch and Regional Economic  Development Minister Stan  Hagen were informed about the  Appa situation and did nothing.  White said the loss of Appa is  a sad blow for the Sunshine  Coasl because il is the type of  value-added resource processing  business which is ideally suited  to the region.  "Appa was well financed,  well-managed and had a good  product," he said. "If we stand  by and let the bureaucrats trample every one of our strongest  companies, what hope do we  have of attracting any of this  new small business we are  always talking about bringing to  the Coast?"  White called upon local  authorities to join him in urging  the minister to review his  government's handling of Appa  "while there is still some small  chance the company and the  jobs it represents can be saved."  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast       25* par copy OB news stands        July 9,1990 Volume 46 Issue 28  French Immersion case  Court finds  for Board  One of the mosl popular ��� and most entertaining! ��� events at  Sechelt Celebration Day Is always the Doughnut Ealing Contest,  sponsored hy John and Edna Revington of Ye Olde English  Doughnut Shoppe. The 12 most dentally dextrous entrants  shared $100 in prize money, and all the kids were given more  doughnuts to Ml afterwards. ��� Rom Nicholson photo  New ruling is killing bingo  by Rose Nicholson  A new ruling by the BC Gaming Commission that is forcing  branches of the Royal Canadian  Legion to shut down their bingo  games will mean that dozens of  local charities will have to look  elsewhere for the approximately  $30,000 a year that the local  Legion branches have contributed to their operations for  many years.  "We have made donations to  the Elves Club, St. Mary's  Hospital, the Kiwanis Care  Home, Camp Good Times and  many, many others," said  Larry Boyd of the Gibsons  Branch 109 of the Legion.  "But we can't do it anymore.  The new ruling will cost us too  much money."  "We've given money to the  Guides, Brownies, Cubs, Food  Bank, the Cadets, the Junior  Pipe Band, St. Mary's and just  about anywhere we felt it would  do some good," said Wally  Erickson of the Sechelt Branch  140.  "The whole bingo operation  was operated by volunteers," he  said "but there were lots of  other expenses. We had to buy a  special cash register and we had  to spend $2000 on a new bingo  machine that the Gaming Commission required. We bought  special tables and some new  chairs."  "We used to get from a 120  to a 140 people a night. Now we  are down to about 75. We need  at least a 100 to make it worth  while."  The new ruling calls for 20  per cent of the gross to go to  charity, with 60 per cent being  given as prize money. The remaining 20 per cent for administrative costs means that  the Legion will lose money.  "We can not,...we will not do it  that way," said Erickson.  The case is being taken up by  Pacific Command, the parent  body of the Royal Canadian  Legion in BC.  "I hope a solution can be  found," said Erickson. "If you  put a lot of effort into  something, you get a little  discouraged if you don't see  something back."  bookings at Rockwood Centre have made thai  location unavailable for Sechelt Council meetings.  For Ihe months of July and August, all meetings will be  held in Ihe senior citizens' hall. Regular meetings al Ihe hall  are scheduled for July 18 and August 1 and IS.  Canada Day celebrated  by Jason Pawliuk  The Canada Day Festival  held on July 1 in Holland Park  was an enjoyable event for all,  thanks to the sunny weather,  the excellent community turnout, and the many generous  people and businesses who  sponsored the event.  The celebrations started off  with a flag raising ceremony at  the municipal office. A  decorated bicycle parade  followed, as well as the many  other events. These included  sailboat making and a craft  table for the children, a photo  booth where one could have  their picture taken with George  and Charlotte Gibson, and a  puppet show.  Many lucky people shared  Canada's birthday cake at the  stage in the park.  The decorated stage was also  the site of poetry readings by  John Burnside, Nest  Lewis,  Peter Trower, and Margaret  Jones, and there was musical  entertainment by Jack Inglis,  Steve White, and Katie  Angermeyer and her violin  students.  A dance routine followed,  performed by Karen  Boothroyd's School of Performing Arts.  The Lions Club food concession stand was open throughout  the day, serving refreshments.  Visitors from as far away as  Ontario enjoyed and participated in the festival. Due to  the many hours of hard work  put in by the organizers, the  events ran smoothly.  Unfortunately, however, the  advertise fireworks display  never materialized, due to the  high costs involved. Hopefully a  sponsor will be found for next  year's celebrations.  Many thanks to all those who  contributed to the festival, including: SuperValu, Gibsons  Building Supplies, Morrison  Electric, the Lions Club, (he  Gibsons Landing Merchants'  Association, the Gibsons Landing Heritage Sociely, ihe  Department of the Secretary of  State, the Town of Gibsons, the  Coasl News, the Press, Gussy's  Deli and Bakery, Ken's Lucky  Dollar, Sunnycrest Photo,  Dockside Pharmacy, Chamberlin Gardens, Quality Farms,  Chico's, Saan Store, the Coast  Bookstore, Home Hardware,  School District 46 Maintenance,  Gibsons Elementary, Langdale  Elementary, Elphinstone Secondary, Mary's Variety, and the  Boy Scouts.  Also to note is the antique  show and display taking place in  Sunnycrest Mall July 6 to July  14, 9:30-5:30, and the new  museum hours, 9 to 5, seven  days a week.  by Rose Nicholson  The petition against School  District 46 by the Sunshine  Coast Parents for French  (SCPF) has been dismissed.  The SCPF was challenging  the Board decision to phase out  Early French Immersion (EFL)  and replace it wilh Middle  French immersion (MFI) on the  grounds thai "the board created  in them legitimate expectations  that they would be consulted  before any decision was reached  and that the board failed to consult ihem.  In his judgement brought  down on July 5, Judge John  Spencer of .the BC Supreme  Court said, "I am not at all concerned with the merits of the  decision, only with the legal  challenge to the process by  which it was arrived at.  The Judge, in a lengthy  discussion on the rule of  'legitimate expectation' said in  his judgement, "The program  of French Immersion established by the respondent board in  1986 is not made mandatory by  the School Act. Ils implementation was entirely wilh policy  decision of the Board. As such  it was in my opinion a legislative  act performed under the powers  delegated to the board by the  Legislature.  "Accordingly, it was not ordinarily subject to the rule  relating to the legitimate expectation of interested residents of  the school district. Their redress  if they disapproved of what the  Board did in establishing Early  French Immersion in 1986 was  to vote its members out of office at the first opportunity.  "So il is also with the Board's  decision to cancel the program.  It was a legislative act, not subject lo the rule of legitimate expectation."  A claim by SCPF lawyer  Peter Gall that the board did  not follow its own policy and  "ailracied to itself the rule of  legitimate expectation" was discounted by Judge Sepencer on  the grounds that "as a delegated  legislature it (the board) was immune from the rule of legitimate expectation except to the  extent that it attracted the rule  to itself by its own procedural  policy, but the petitioners being  able lo show no evidence that  they knew of that policy cannot  be said to have relied upon it.  "They therefore cannot be  said to have formed a legitimate  expectation in fact.  "For the foregoing reasons  the petition must be dismissed,  with costs to the respondent."  Sechelt Council moved  to seniors' hall  I  m DAY  Poet Peter Trower gave a Canada Council sponsored reading of his works as part of Gibsons'  Canada Day programme. Others reading poetry were John Burnside, Neat Lewis and Margaret  Joacs. Katie Angenneyer's violinists played, Karen Boothroyd's dancers danced, and holding  Ike programme together with Iheir good humoured banter and flue down home mask were  "The Twa Notes," Jack Inglis (cenlre) aad Steve White. -Din Aft*, pkoto  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945 Coast News, July 9,1990  Uplifting  OiKe every four years we have unfolded before us the spectacle of the World Cup of soccer, or football as it is more accurately called erverywhere in the world except North Americn.  It is a remsukable phenomenon and while soccer purists will  find much to niggle and romplain about, it is rivetting stuff for  sports fans and sociologists alike.  This year, and each time the cup is contested, there is evidence  of the growing homogeneity of the international scene, the  ���global village' made manifest in shirt and shorts. Coal black  players play valiantly for England, an Irish internationalist  sports an Italian name; there are prominent Africans caUed  Miller and blonde Argentinians.  It seems to this observer that the quality of sportsmanship has  never bem higher: a Brazilian, seeing an injured Scottish player  on the pitch, puts the ball out of play until he is attended to; and  again and again players exchange handshakes after rigorous  physical tussles and exchange shirts as mesmentos at the end of  the game.  Such stuff is, we submit, both uplifting and encouraging to all  in a world still beset by brutality, barbarism and ignorance.  Carry on, Canada  Canada Day on the Sunshine Coast was a very pleasant  and praceful affair. Perhaps the organizers of the Sechelt  Celebration Day and Gibsons Canada Day presentations  could have wished for crowds in largetr numbers, but the sun  shone and those in attendance were happy to be there, and  that's what counts.  Despite the tendency of little politicians affe*cting grandiose  stances across the land, the country celebrated its birthday  with a cheerful tranquillity which bodes well for Canada, and  ill for those whose driven delight it is to disrupt. Carry on,  Canada.  Congratulations  Congratulations to Gibsons Council in their decision to go  slowly and get it right in the matterr of the development of  Gospel Rock.  No harm can come of moving deliberately at this stage and  council has done well to realize this.  S YEARS AQO  More than a 100 people gathered at the Gibsons Legion to  protest the recent closing of the North Road phone mart. Two  employees were given alternative options and instead  erected a picket line in front of the mart. This was declared Illegal by the Canada Labour Relations Board. The main issue  .Which emerged at the meeting was not simply the loss of two  local jobs, but that of centralization, seen as a knell of doom  to small communities like the Sunshine Coast.  *     10 VEARS AQO ��J  Charles Lee, regional board Director of Area C, has announced his Intention to take out nomination papers and run  for the office of alderman of the Village of Sechelt, vacated by  mayoral hopeful Henry Hall.  An anti-noise by-law was adopted by Qlbsons Council on  July 8. When in place It will provide citizens the means to take  those responsible for annoying and vexing sounds to court.  20 YEARS AQO  The Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club of Gibsons learned at its  last meeting that two of its members, Keith Wright and John  Matthews, have donated about four acres of land for a senior  citizens project.  More than 500 people, some from troops south of the  border, attended the Boy Scout Jamboree at Camp Byng in  Roberts Creek last week.  30 YEARS AQO  In view of the fact that stores at other points outside Gibsons remain open Wednesday afternoons during the summer  months, members of the Gibsons local branch of the Retail  Merchants' Association decided that they will also remain  open all day Wednesday over the summer.  40 YEARS AQO  For 20 years' police work without a demerit mark, Skipper  Nelson Winegarden was honoured last week with the police  Long Service and Good Conduct medal. He is the son of well-  known and respected oldtimer Chuck Winegarden of Gibsons. Skipper Winegarden is on the PG2, running out of  Powell river and his beat extends from Toba Inlet to Sechelt.  45 YEARS AQO  Commencement of publication of Tha Coast News marks a  new step in the development of the Sunshine Coast. Publication is planned for each Wednesday and, after two trial editions which will be mailed to each of the area's 1700  householders, the new paper will be mailed to paid in advance subscribers only. The Coast News will be published In  Halfmoon Bay and printed in Powell River. The publishers are  Ernie Pearson and Al Alsgard.  The Sunshine  COAIf fIff  p.bii.h.d by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editor: John Burmlek Adv*  MfCwptnttr Mgr:  Production Mgr; Jane Stuart  JeKkte Phelan  Bonnlt McHefky  Brian McAndrew  Bill Rogers  OHIct Mm:  Fran Buenwlde  John Gilbert  Michael McAlinden  Anne Thomten  Dee Grant  JudteMyen  Tha SUNSHINE COAST NEWS Is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast, BC every Monday by Qlastford  Press Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON tVO. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or  886-7817; Sechelt Tel. 885-3930; Pender Harbour Tel. 883-9099; Gibsons Fax Tel. 886-7725. Second Class Mall Registration No. 4702.  The Sunshine COAST NEWS is protected by copyright and reproduction of any part of it by any means is prohibited unless permission in  writing Is first secured from Qlasslord Press Ltd., holders ot the  copyright. SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: 1 year US; 6 months SM; Foreign; 1 ytar 140  Burets Wwith fekKs  Smoked Salmon Products.  fcllitlMliS OK.---bttt |*'||  seitt it anyway...ttht be ,  Zew-toleMnceSii*.  /  \\d&*fa  In a nutshell  Memories of McGeachy  by S. Nutter   1 read a column the other day  by Hamish McGeachy, written  about thirty years ago and  published by the Financial Post,  where Hamish did a regular  weekly eclectic thing towards  the end of his life. The column  urges Canadian governments to  use lotteries to raise money for  good works. It makes the point  that only saints pay their taxes  with a warm glow of satisfaction, and says that buying a lottery ticket will be harmless to  anybody's immortal soul. Obviously these were considerations at the time.  Some of us will remember  McGeachy. I was a lank and  callow enough immigrant youth  when I had the good fortune to  meet him. He was writing a col-  um for the Winnipeg Free Mess  and I was a junior in the Investment Banking business. I was,  however, trying to keep up with  friends who were going through  university. In doing this I had a  card lo the university library,  and had become enamoured,  smitten in fact, by a librarian  most extraordinaire.  She was, 1 can sm her still,  always a striking figure, wearing  jackets with a then unfashionable flair, red often with  wide black braids, and great big  beautiful sweeping hats. She  was a specialist in the 18th century and she dressed the part.  Somehow she got interested  in my shambling and untutored  incursions into her stacks, and  she kind of took me on. Swept  away in what I began to think  of as a first romance, it was  quite a while before it began to  filter through that pretty well  everyone in town knew that this  was Hamish's girl.  Hamish was then I would  think the leading newspaperman in town. He chaired a big  round table in the Marlborough  pub, and the regular members  included the professor of  philosophy at the university and  the first Winnipejgger to sell a  short story to the Atlantic Monthly.  Somehow, via Margery, I  was inserted into this circle. I  used to sit around like everyone  else but one day Hamish raised  his hand, pointed to a vacant  seat and I sat. Silent, almost  always, as became me.  There came a day when the  job of London correspondent  for the Fiee Press fell vacant.  The Press was one of the few  papers in Canada to have European, or anyways foreign correspondents. Hamish was in  line, but nobody thought that  Dafoe, the editor, would give  McGeachy the writer this  responsibility. They were  wrong. Dafoe believed in  seniority, and following a  memorable party Hamish went.  What he had always said was  "I want to see Paris before I  die". He, in fact hung his hat in  the London office and off he  went. This would have been OK  except that it was the weekend  of Munich. The Fate Press, one  of the few who had their own  correspondents there, had to  take everything off the wire.  Hamish was fired almost as  soon as he arrived. Jobs were no  problem in the London press,  but still, as he has said, his  country was Canada. When the  war began he was found to have  what is now known as a 'mid-  Atlantic'  accent. Throughout  the blitz he did most of our  reports from the BBC.  So, approaching his 70's, he  has this column for the Financial Post, and is chairing a  weekly television show on the  CBC. I've forgotten the name  of this show, but it began "Well  gentlemen, now I ask you...".  It was an easy going but intellectual battle of wits kind of go  such as is rarely if ever seen today. The columns covered a  wide range from 'Pornography  Is A Matter Of Taste' to 'Socked By The Sociologists'. Always  Ihey were well informed and  always they had humour. He  said at the end of the column "I  have come to the conclusion  that the tragic view of life is for  six year-olds and I am getting  past the age".  Cock-Crow  Out of the wood of thoughts that grows by night  To be cut down by the sharp ax of light,���  Out of the night, two cocks together crow.  Cleaving the darkness with a sliver blow:  And bright before my eyes twin trumpeters stand.  Heralds of splendor, one at either hand,  Each facing each as In a coat of arms:���  The milkers lace their boots up al the farms.  Edward Thomas  Trials off photojournalism  n pursuit of Canada Day  by Jackie Phelan  Ah, the life of an employee of  the Coasl News, where opportunities abound and personal  abilities can be explored. You  see I'd mentioned at work that I  had a really nice camera outfit  and would like to brush up on  my photographic skills. A  discussion ensued with the end  result being that I left work with  a few rolls of film in my pocket  and an idea in my mind that I  could be the next Clark Kent (or  was it Jimmy Olsen?).  With Canada Day on the  horizon 1 decided to test my  skiUs.  Sunday duly arrived and as a  friend and I were heading into  town for a visit I made sure I  had my camera and various  equipment ready to go. The  ferry terminal and waiting area  would be the perfect place to  snap some candid shots as people prepared to visit our own  Sunshine Coast.  The first thing I noticed was  that my camera bag had gotten  about 20 pounds heavier. But  no problem, with any purchases  I made I could always balance  myself out. So I trudged along  with a slight 'seafarer' walk.  By the time we arrived back  in Horseshoe Bay my camera  had been delegated to the back  seat (had it always been this  cumbersome?). But it was time  to drag it out and put my  schooling to good use.  I picked out a nice grassy spot  in the park and eproceeded lo  ready myself. After various  fumblings I had my equipment  at the ready and took a few  studied shots of the ferries as  ihey made their way through the  harbour traffic.  Geeze, I thought, maybe I'll  switch lenses and try a few close  up shots.  No sooner had I removed my  lens when I heard an astonished  voice off to my left. "Look at  that guy," an onlooker exclaimed. "He's right in the wake of  the ferry! He could touch the  stern!"  This was it, the chance of a  lifetime and here I was fumbling  like a rookie quarterback,  unable to attach my lens. My  fingers flew, all in the wrong  directions. By the time I was  prepared for my front page shot  the ferry and offending craft  were at least 30 feet apart.  I considered sitting with my  camera trained on the traffic  lanes for a few hours more.  Surely there was more than one  inexperienced boater to be captured on film. Maybe I could  rent a boat! .Sanity finally  prevailed as I had a ferry to  catch myself, so on to other  game.  1 peered around me.  There they were, the perfect  picture, a pair of grandparents  esconced in their lawn chairs,  picnic goods surrounding them  while their children and grandchildren played on the swings.  Even the caption sprang to  mind, 'Guardians of the  Goods!'  This was it, but I had to  switch lenses again which meant  more fumbling, while periodically checking to see that my  subjects were still posing  unawares.  Unfortunately my interest  seemed to spook my prey for  just as everything came together  Grandma and Grandpa decided  they'd had enough and got up  from their chairs.  I took the picture anyways.  I couldn't understand it! I'd  gotten an A in photography just  five years .before. Head my instructors been kind, or were  they just inept. A shocking  possibility came to mind.  Maybe I was the inept one.  But no time for self-doubt, it  was time to head for home so I  packed my camera bag accordingly.  Back to the car and onto the  ferry, my nemesis again riding  in the rear.  We decided to go up for a  coffee and despondent as I was,  my camera did not accompany  me. Hey, what could happen on  a ferry ride?  It was time to relax so paper  coffee cup in hand I made my  way to the top deck and I was  immediately assailed.  A group of young girls were  sitting atop the life jacket bins  with small Canadian flags in  hand which fluttered softly in  the breeze. I noticed a small tick  starting over one of my eyes and  quickly strove to convince  myself that this wasn't the shot  I had been waiting for and to  leave my camera where it lay.  I found a seat and tried to ignore the boisterous group.  Was that Finnish or Swedish  they were speaking? Oh cripes,  it was a bunch of Finnish girls  waving Canadian flags in this  time of patriotic turmoil. The  tic got more erratic, but still I  stuck to my set. By the time I  retrieved my camera they'd probably be gone anyways. Suddenly there was a murmur and  then as a few more voices joined  in the group broke into song. A  camp song! A groan escaped  my lips. Could it get any worse  than this? Did I need ask?  Before my tic could escalate  the entire collection of blonde  beauties arose from their  various perches and proceeded  to the deck chairs, positioning  themselves accordingly. The  fresh salt air resounded with  their voices as they enchanted  their fellow .passengers with  their dulcet tones. I couldn't  believe it, a visiting choir was  performing camp songs not 20  feet away and my camera was  locked in the car! Did good  photojournalists have to have  their equipment grafted to their  hips? The tic fairly flew and all  went black.  My friend managed to  resuscitate me a few moments  later and then helped me to the  car deck. It seemed I had  spoken one line over and over as  I had lain on the upper deck.  "Oh for an instamatk."  1  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  <3na  ^^D'**^>*rr7*^*-^  ��A  tilts k\s��iii  *JP.-^��-3u    v-^PrlSC33-^       #pW'TJ!$^  maamm Coast News, July 9,1990  War with Seattle Yacht Club goes on  Editor:  I would like to correct the  mistaken impression that 1 have  succeeded in my endeavour to  ensure that the Seattl: Yacht  Club obey the laws of Canada.  Rather the opposite is about to  take place: Canadian law is  about to be bent to accommodate the Seattle Yacht Club.  On June 27, the Seattle Yacht  Club was forced to remove  enough footage from the ends  of the three illegal float extensions to give me an access lane  from my foreshore lease lo open  water: this is required under the  Navigable Waters Protection  Acl, and (hey had no alternative, once I had brought it to  official attention.  They had based their right to  cut me off on verbal permissions which they say they received from both the Coast Guard  and the Land Administration  branch of the Ministry of  Crown Lands. We must all ask  how, if (his is (rue, those two  branches of government could  have even verbally given such  permissions which violate the  riparian rights of an owner of a  foreshore lease. No permissions, however, were given in  writing and written permission  is what the law requires.  On May 28 the Ministry of  Crown Lands sent a written  order, delivered by hand, to the  Seattle Yacht Club & Robert  Gibson (Sr.) stating thai its application for the floats (hat had  already been constructed "has  been considered and is denied."  The letter ordered them (o  "cease all construction" outside  their lease boundaries and to  "remove all improvements constructed beyond the lease boundaries within thirty days."  That 30-day limit ended June  27, and despite the Land Administration May 28 order,  after some of the illegal floats  had been removed to give me  passage and the pile-driver pulled out the pilings, he immediately drove them in again,  at the ends of the floats that still  remained, which are still far  outside the legal lease boundary. No written permission  had been granted on June 27 to  construct anything, let alone  drive pilings in to another position, and no applications had  been filed for a new foreshore  plan encompassing the floats  that were still in trespass.  When I called both the Coast  Guard and the Land Administration at the Ministry of  Crown Lands they both gave  me the same message: that a  temporary agreement had been  reached with the Seattle Yacht  Club permitting it to retain  floats that had never been legally granted, and when the Club  gels around to submitting formal plans for those floats, they  will be approved.  Most of us wait anywhere  from six months to two years  for an answer to applications  submitted to those two agencies, and I myself just received a  Irresponsible risk?  Kxlilors note: A copy of Ihe  following was received for  publication.  To ihe Mayor and Council of  Gibsons  During the public hearing on  Gospel Rock rezoning, held on  June 27, 1990, your legal counsel stated that the owner of the  properly above causing damage  lo the propertyvpelow would be  legally responsible. I assume  lhal ihis is only true, if ihe  damage is caused due lo aclions  of (he above mentioned owner.  I find il hard lo believe thai (his  would hold, if ihe damage was  due lo (he aclions of ihe developer, presumably done with  the permission of the  municipality.  In fact, a similar case was  reponed in The Sun newspaper  of June 30, 1990 (page A8),  where (he Municipality of Surrey will have lo pay $115,000  compensation.  It is obvious that when rezoning to greater density, (he risks  of eroding (he area will be vastly  increased. It would appear, that  you would be taking an irresponsible risk in passing the proposed By-law 555-43.  Guli Willeumier  Summer  Bmptmi  DOWN  PAYMENT  PAYMENT  FOR 60 DAYS  INTEREST  UNTIL 1991  ON APPROVED CREDIT  (Elaljolm furniture  & 3ntcrinra   open tuei. ��� s��. io ��� 5  eWM/13   Cowries SI.. Sechell  . ^footprints* *  am   **     EXCLUSIVE WOMEN'S  EXCLUSIVE WOMEN'S  SHOE FASHIONS  denial of an application I made  11 years ago to the Coast Guard  for a rope fence that would  separate me from my previous  neighbour, Penga Marina.  So 1 repeat a question I recently asked in a letter to the  head of the Coast Guard on the  West Coast, which 1 have also  sent to the Minister of  Transport,   the   Minister   of  Crown Lands, the officials of  the Land Administration in that  agency, our Member of Parliament, our Regional Board,  Area A Planning Committee,  my lawyer and a variety of other  inieres(ed persons: Who's in  charge? The Seattle Yacht Qub  or the Canadian Government?  Edith Iglauer Daly  Garden Bay, BC  What-me worry?  Editor:  Wal shut man mouth! Indeed, 1 feel that is exactly what  APEC has in mind with their  letter of July 2 in the Coasl  News. And not just my mouth  either.  If APEC is really interested in  sueing for 'libel', why pick on a  poor little old retired school  teacher on the Sunshine Coast?  Why have they not sued some  of the big-time national  organizations who have questioned (heir right-wing activities  and affiliations?  Maybe I'm just too dumb to  be worried.  Doris Fuller  Walk a success  Editor:  The Cystic Fibrosis Walk-a-  Run-a-Thon held June 24, 1990  was both fun and successful.  The Gibsons and District  Chamber of Commerce had  challenged the Sechell Chamber  for Ihe trophy and we came in  just a little short. Consequently  Sechell gets the award and 1 gel  lo do dishes. Congratulations lo  Mike Shanks and his Chamber  for a job well done. As soon as  the Sunshine Coasl gets a Mac-  Donalds, 1 will take Mike and  his wife, Gay, out for (he promised dinner.  The big winner of course is  (he Sunshine Coasl Chap(er of  Cystic Fibrosis. Although nol  all (he pledges have been tallied,  the total should be around  $5000. lllana Holloway, Cliff  Garrel and Elva Dinn deserve a  lol of credit for a job well done.  From ihe Gibsons Chamber  of Commerce, I would like lo  extend my thanks to (he many  people who helped make (he  day. Leah Combas (Pronto's  Restaurant) top individual  money raised, Shelly McGrath  (Gibsons Realty) fastest Walker,  Alcola Distributors (supplied  soft drinks), Ernie and Gwen's  Drive-In (supplied ice) and  Nadine Lowden who helped organize (he even(. The Miss Gibsons candidates turned out in  force and as a group raised approximately $300. Thank you  ladies.  To Ihe rest of you who part-  icipaicd 1 haven't forgotten  you. Whal a greal bunch of individuals all working towards a  common goal.  R.A. (Dick) Thomas  President, Gibsons &  District Chamber of Commerce  Everybody thanked  Editor:  Sechelt and District Chamber.  of Commerce wishes to thank,:,  all those participants in the second annual Cystic Fibrosis  Walk-a-Run-a-Thon held  recently. Also a thank you to all  those persons who made pledges  and therefore made the event  such a success.  We look forward to a bigger  and better Walk-a-Run-a-Thon  next year with the local support  of our community.  Participants in the Sechelt  Celebration Day 'A Bloomin'  (flag waving) Contest', are also  to be congratulated by the  chamber of commerce.  Under the classification of  beautification (floral planting)  Galiano Market was the winner  with FL English & Co. receiving'  honourable mention.  In the category of window  display for Canada Day Marlee  Fashions was the winner with  Kitchen Carnival receiving  honourable mention. Thank  you on behalf of the chamber  who sponsored the first annual  competition.  Hopefully it will continue on  an annual basis and our communily will have more participation next year.  MJC Shanks, Dirrctor  Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce  Neighbours quarrel  Editor:  I am the caretaker of the  Seattle Yacht Club (SYC) in  Garden Bay, but I am not  writing on behalf of them. 1  write about the situation between myself and my next door  neighbour, Mrs. Edith Iglauer  Daly, who recently was involve  with having the SYC remove an  extension to its wharf.  On July 3, Mrs. Daly  telephoned me and informed  me that my septic tank, which  has been on the edge of her property for approximately 25  years, will be disconnected  shortly.  My wife is a resident of the  Totem Lodge extended care unit  in Setchelt, and I bring her home  to visit for a few days as often  as I can. If my good neighbour  cuts off my septic tank, I will no  longer be able to bring my wife  home.  Over the years I have tried  very hard to be a good  neighbour to Mrs. Daly, including taking good care of her  place while she was away many  times. A recent piece by Edith  Daly in the local newspaper was  headlined, 'Garden Bay angry  with Seattle Yacht Club'. Now  Mrs. Daly angers the best  neighbour she ever had.  Mrs. Daly wanted the SYC to  remove its wharf extension, and  they have done so. I thought  that she got what she wanted,  but she is still not satisfied, and  it seems that she is now making  a personal attack on me.  Werner Born  Garden Bay resident and  Canadian citizen for 30 years  More letters  on page 23  SUMMER ^X  ^���*- m DAYS  ALL SUMMER FASHIONS  TICKETED TO CLEAR  Notice to  Customers  The B.C. Utilities Commission has approved  B.C. Hydro's application to amend tariffs covering  extensions, new connections and other services.  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OLIVETTI CWPI  Wonl I'roccssor/  Typewriler/eCalculator!  IDTOKXai  OFFICE ELECTRONICS  In the Bayside Building, QQR.ayir.  Trail Ave., eScchelt OOJ J/JJ  *- -��� ' Coast News, July 9,1990  Crimestoppors report  Crimestoppers, an active program on the Sunshine Coast  since 1983, began under the  supervision of Constable  Wayne Leatherdale and then on  his transfer to Constable Mark  Sorokan, Gibsons Good Citizen  of the Year, and now on his  transfer to Granisle, to Sean  Bourrie.  Citizens concerned to see the  community assist the police in  solving crime whether serious or  petty, form Ihe support group  of Crimestoppers.  Anonymity is assured when a  citizen calls the Crimestoppers  number, 886-TIPS. At no time  does a caller give his or her  name to Crimestoppers. Whetn  a reward is handed out it is done  discreetly so that no identity is  revealed.  Constable Sew Bourrie says  that since February 1985, 139  tips have been received at the  Gibsons station and 33 of these  have led dirretly to cases being  solved.  Stolen property recovered  and equipment used for illegal  activities seized has amounted  to $24,000. Drugs seized has  amounts to $43,955 street  value���most of this last year.  All of this through TIPS.  And for this rewards totalling  $2700 were .paid out.  -A o��  etcta  tome  I ZJhanle   (Jou ZJo  Special f^oople  Special  The Rockwood Centre would like to thank  Gertie, Carrie and Linda of the Setchelt Indian Band  as well as Billie Steele, Marilyn Tentchoff and  Marion Hunter for their efforts in making  the Centre's Celebration Day festivities  such a success.  THE ROCKWOOD CENTRE  Schizophrenia conference  to feature free lectures  Making sailboats and floating and racing them on the ponds of  Holland Park were part of Canada Day Festivities in Gibsons.  ���Dive Allen pfceeio  George    in    Gibsons  More lhan 20,000 people in  BC suffer from schizophrenia.  Add lo lhat the family and  friends who musl deal with the  problem, and il becomes a  public issue.  Recent cutbacks in facilities  and funding by (he provincial  government has thrown the  burden of caring for the mentally ill on families.  On ihe Sunshine Coast, a  branch of Friends of Schizophrenics has ebeen formed to try  and solve some of the problems.  The group is trying to have a  Dance instructress has busy year  by George Cooper, 886-8520  A very busy year for dance  instructor Karen .Boothroyd  concluded with Showcase, a  presentation by her students  varying in age from three to 18  in the Twilight Theatre.  Well, nol quite the end of the  year, for some of her students  took part in the talent competition in Sechelt's Canada Day,  and several came later that day  to Gibsons to be pan of the day  there.  Karen said she will be busy  this July preparing for next  year's classes���she had 135  students this year. Then Karen  goes to Toronto for a time in  August as a student herself.  Karen has worked from time  (o time in Vancouver this past  season, has assisted in the production of the Pirates of Pen-  ttnce, and in the choreography  of Lyn Vernon's music groups.  Karen has been instructing in  dance since she was 14, and on  graduating from Elphinstone in  1985 spent two and a half years  teaching in Vancouver's  Spotlight Productions. There  has been travel and an eight-  month stay in England with  some study in dancing as well.  Karen told us that Jennifer  Copping, at one time her student, is at present on tour with  Les Miserbles. Karen's friend  from school days, Brigitte  Marteddu, is a receptionist in a  law office in Vancouver, and  continues her study in singing.  in Sechelt's Canada Day  celebrations one of the outstanding events was the Talent  Showcase produced by Nikki  Weber. The overall winner of  the eight categories was Aprile  Dunlop, one of Karen  Boothroyd's   students.   Nikki  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ���Retirement Planning *Life Insurance  ���Investment Planning ���Employee Benefit Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coasl for over 8 Years'  LAWRENCE K. CHAMBERS  LIFE UNDERWRITER  t Mutual luieds licence wlih Aacol F,ieaiec,nl Senlces Ud  * Lite Insueaeece licanca with National Lite o, Canada  TELEPHONE:  FAX:  TOLL FREE  886-9111  386.9121  1.800-663.2051  r DEPENDABLE ���  AUIO SERVICE  Did You Know...  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Nikki says thanks to an  anonymous donor as there were  cash prizes this year for the  Talent Showcase. She hopes this  will be an annual event. Aprile  has qualified to represent the  Sunshine Coast at the PNE.  ANNIE  Just over two weeks ago the  Belgian mare that was part of  the small farm on Keats where  George deKoning is caretaker  was 'put down' because her  condition was deteriorating.  She was not recovering from  the operation to correct the  severe damage done to her by  two dogs who savaged her and  her half-born foal, and a second  attack a week later by one of the  dogs.  What was Annie worth? An  ill-timed question on my part.,;  "She was worth more than  dollars lo me," said George.  OLD COMRADE  Memorial services were held  ihe last week of June for Mark  'Curly' Martindale, a long time  member of Branch 109 Royal  Canadian Legion in Gibsons.  Since December 1984, Curly  had been a resident of the  Kiwanis Care Home, and for  his fellow residents who wished  especially to remember him a  service was held in the home.  In that service one of a group  of volunteers who brings a time  of singing to the home, Peter  Kidd, said of Curly that love tor  one's fellow man as given in 1  Corinthians 13 certainly  characterized Curly. Curly certainly was not self-seeking, did  not envy, and kept no record of  wrongs.  Comrades from the legion attending the service in Devlin  Funeral Home Chapel on Friday, June 29, heard Mary  Shoeler, the director of the  Kiwanis Care Home, say of  him, "Curly never married so  the staff and residents quickly  became like a family to him.  They enjoyed his sense of  humour and his good nature.  He was the life of our social  gatherings."  Born in Liverpool in 1902,  Curly came to Canada when a  young man. In 1939 he enlisted  in the Army Service Corps and  serve*d in the UK and in Nor-  ihwest Europe. He joined the  legion in Gibsons in 1947.  John Wilson recalled Curly's  enjoyment of music and his skill  with the now forgotten rhythm  instrument, the 'boners', which  he liked lo add to any festive  gathering.  Curly not long ago developed  a talent for painting and leave*  some pictures to grace the walls  of the care home.  LOOT TRAIL  Gerald Gibson of PO Box  524, Agassiz, V0M 1A0,  telephone 796-9295 visited the  Sunshine Coast Canada Day  weekend hoping to find some  trace of his father, Ole Gibson.  Gerald remembers coming  here from his foster home to  visit his dad, then a logger, and  meeting some of his dad's  relatives. This was in 1951-52.  "I didn't write any of their  names down then. Wish I had."  Gerald said his dad was a logger who lost his leg in an accident and had then to find a  foster home for his son of 5  years. "I would like to hear  from people who knew of  him," Gerald said.  special room or ward at St.  Mary's Hospital set aside for  the treatment of schizophrenics.  The upcoming annual general  meeting and conference of the  Canadian Friends of Schizophrenics will be held at Robson  Square in Vancouver July 14  and 15.  The conference will feature  several lectures and discussion  groups and many of the sessions  are free.  For more information, contact Sally Dawe, 886-7055; Julie  Skippon, 886-3534; or Carol  Millot, 886-8092.  SO ARE THE DEALS!  Le  Grads  OUR THANKS TO THESE COMMUNITY MINDED BUSINESSES  AND INDIVIDUALS FOR SUPPORTING  ELPHIE'S DRY GRAD '90  Donations of Cash, Merchandise or Tlmt were provided by:  Alcola Distributers Ltd.  All Occasion Flowers and  Plants  Andy's Restaurant  Aquarius Seafarms  Audrey's Coflee Service  Avalon Log Sort  Bayside Sawmills  Be Fit Bodyworks  Betty Wright  Bruce (Resource Centre)  C.I.B.C.  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H����3TSK*��Jj)ii-  Gibsons Volunteer Fire Dept.  Wa sincerely hop*) wa hatro not  forgotten anyone but If we> did wa  art sorry and wo Thank You/,  JIM Messner  John and Chris Kavanagh  Johnston Drugs  June Wilson  Just For You  K & E Towing  Katie Angermeyer  Kaufman Foods  Kelly's Chainsaw  Kenmac Parts  Ken's Lucky Dollar  Kingsway Frozen Foods  Kinsmen Club  Landing General Store  Landing Home Hardware  Landing Unisex Hair Design  Langdale Elementary School  Larry Penonzek  Lawrence Stoochnoff  Leeward Clothing  Linda Buchingham  Linnadine's Shoes  Lions Club  Mariners' Restaurant  Martin's Shell Service Station  Mary's Variety  Maureen Partridge  Max Music  Medical Clinic  Merv Messner  Mike Skinner  Molly Mouse Daycare  Murray Wilson  Nalley's Chips  Omega Restaurant  Pat Forst  Patrick Murphy  Pam Lumsden  Pam Swanson  Pebbles Realty  Peninsula Industrial  & Logging Supplies Ltd.  Pharmasave Drug Store  Phil Desrosier  Pringle Holdings  Pronto's Restaurant  Protech Office Supplies  Puchalski Construction  Quality Farm  R.C.M.P.  Radio Shack  Rent-A-Wreek  Richard's Men's Wear  Riches  R. Mahar and S.L. Beef  Roberts Creek Legion No.219  Robin Hethey  Royal Bank ol Canada  Russell Crum  Saan Store  Seaside Plumbing  Seasport Scuba  Seaview Market  Shop Easy  Silks and Lace  Sears  Smitty's Marina  St. Mary's Catholic Church  Steve Skytte  Steve Sleep  Sunco Printing  Suncoast Distributors  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  Suncoast Motors  Sunnycrest Photo  SuperValu  Talewind Books  Ted Peters  Terminal Forest Products  Terry Connor  The Candy Shop  Tldeline Installations  The Twilight Theatre  Video Etc. .  W. W. Upholstery  Walven Autobody  Western System Controls  Weston Ready Bake  Wishful Thinking  GRAD PARENTS  FUNDING COMMITTEE  2fcs"  ' -- '������   ������������ -  m^im)mmmmmmmmm  .., ,  -. .  L  idM    i    i Coast News, July 9,1990  Having your face painted with a red maple leaf on your cheek seemed like a very good way for this  young man to start celebrating Canada Day in Gibsons. _n��ve Allen pinto  Roberts Creek  A playground hazard?  by Janice lighten. 886-3541  Recently my six year old son  Adam fell off the slide at the  Roberts Creek school for the second time. The first time he fell  he was four. I was below supervising his ascent to the top of  the slide, almost 10 feet above  the ground.  Adam had always been in  awe of ihise slide, so high and  so fast. He climbed onto the  platform above and pushed off.  I relaxed thinking he'd made it  again and watched his small  body slide a short distance and  roll over the low sides of the  slide, falling head first onto the  gravel below.  Screams of pain vibrated the  atmosphere as we rushed to the  nurse's station to check for injuries. Apparently no concussion. A survival lesson. He'd  surely be more careful in the  future, I thought.  It was now two years after the  first speedy descent. Adam attended Kindergarten here and  played regularly on the  playground and slide.  Consequently, the second fall  found me engrossed in watching  baseball. "He landed flat on his  back," 1 was told by the man  carrying Adam.  This time Adam did not  scream. He was moaning from  deep inside. The man lay Adam  JOEL BRASS, B.A., m.a.Sc.  wishes to announce the opening  of his private practice of:  INDIVIDUAL, MARRIAGE  and  FAMILY COUNSELLING  at  1029 Gower Point Road, Gibsons, B.C.  To nejelec an eeppeiineme-nr pheent- 886-3221  Alsei offering An Introduction To The Work Of Love  nel A Course In Inner Freedom: Handling The Stress Of Your Life  Gibsons RCMP  Ladies Fishing Derby  Would Like To Thank The Following People For  Helping Make The 1990 FISHING DERBY A Success  Accents  All Cimdi  AH Occislon Ftowiri �� Plants  Thi Altirnitlvi  Andre's Winn ltd.  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(Zebce)  FeTWIo's Gistiurinl  Quality firm * Garden  Radio Shack  Rainbow Collodions  Rkhird'i  The Reyal lank  Royal CenadUn Legion Ir. 109  Sean Canada Inc.      /// j*  SeevtoQerdeitt      :/!J  Sea-Wew Place Conventem Store  Saw Much Mere    ' .77* ���  Shew Heiea BUM   f p  S*.ilice<>';J    0 ���  ��ITP Travel  Ken's Lucky Deter  Kern's Heme Furnlshlnie  K.L.M.  TM RMM  SteMpnery  Ceatt Credit Data  CaMUenCtab  Ceaat Slpper Ce.  Greeers  unshlne Knchens  ,   Trainee  URraFRIkyTiM  VerMy Feeds  VMNEk.  WetMraSyMemCMtrelaUd.  ��� Vert  sttez  down. Lying on his side in a  fetal position, he looked  crumpled and moaned in pain.  "Broken bones," 1 thought.  Luckily two doctors were  spectators at the baseball game  and they checked him over. No  broken bones, just a badly  bruised elbow and the wind  knocked out of him.  It wasn't until the next morning when he awoke that I knew  for sure he was alright.  Adam is one of many who  have fallen from the Roberts  Creek slide. Talking with  mothers, 1 have listened to their  stories and worries about that  slide. The children add,  "Thomas fell all the way from  the top." "Nicholas did too."  The slide is much too  dangerous to have primary  school children and their  younger siblings playing on.  And yet, they have a magnetic  attraction to it. Attempts to  keep them off end in battles.  Because it's there, Mom.  Well, 1 wish it weren't there. I  think it should be 'removed,  I before some child really gets  hurt.  LIBRARY NOTES  New books are now on the  library shelves. All those who  loved the Shellseekerc will seek  out Rosamunde Pitcher's latest  September or her older book of  short stories The Blue  Bedroom.  For thrills and chills read  Stephen King's The Stand or  Dean Koontz's Midnight.  You can learn to reduce with  Rosemary Conley's Complete  Hip and Thigh Diet or work it  off outdoors with Tarrant's  Pacific Gardening Guide.  PD James' A Mind to  Murder and Ruth Randell's new  GtUlowglass (written under the  pen name Barbara Vine) tops  the mysteries.  My Traitor's Heart is a fine  autobiography from South  Africa by Rian Malan. Pull up  that deck chair and happy  reading for the summer.  RAINBOW PRESCHOOL  Camp Douglas will again be  the location of Rainbow  Preschool this fall. The facility  has a spacious indoor area with  plenty of room for the indoor  climbing gym.  Situated in the woods near a  large field on Beach Avenue,  Camp Douglas provides a variety of choices for outdoor activity including trips to the beach.  This is the perfect spot for your  three to five year old to meet  new friends while enjoying an  interesting program of small  and large gross motor play, art,  stories and cooperative play.  Ensure a spot for your  preschool age child by pre-  registering now with Jane at  886-7610.  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SPECIAL CASE PRICE  OF THE WEEK  6.97  1.39  Each  .59  Fresh ��� BC Grown  ��� Weather Permitting ��� Vt Pint  RASPBERRIES  Super Valu ��� Enriched White  ��� 60% Whole Wheat  ��� Over limit special retail 99* LIMIT  Wilh minimum $10.00 order you pay 4  BREAD STOgloaf  Valuplus ��� Frozen Concentrated  ORANGE QQ  JUICE  341mltin   ��� W W  Kraft ��� Regular ��� Light  MIRACLE  WHIP  Kraft ��� Parkay ��� 1.36kg  MARGARINE Pk9  Motts ��� Regular ��� Spicy  CLAMAT0  COCKTAIL U* tm  Ocean Spray ��� Assorted  CRANBERRY    A   VjA  COCKTAILS     2.49   i.ial bti. Sm ���   ��� W  Welch's ��� Concord or White ��� IL      A       WA Q  GRAPE JUICE   ��.40  3.49  2.58  1.97  Grimms ��� Sliced  ��� Summor ��� Hunter  ���Boot  SALAMI  per 1000    i5JU  Honiara ��� SlicedJShavod  Kohlora ��� Sllcod/Shatrod     Block Forest or  Roast Baaf or Old Fashioned  PASTRAMI   HAM     1Q  1     1Q     psrlOOg    I ���13  parlOOg     I ���  ��� W  V,  ae*eee^a��aeaaM Coast News, July 9,1990  Where variety really is the spice of life  Fresh Pasta - made on the premises     i  Deli Meats ��� great selection and quality  Spices - fresh and inexpensive  Astro Yogurt - the best  Natural Soaps & Shampoos  Health Foods & Food Supplements  Complete Vitamin Centre  Bulk Foods  Popular Bun/Sandwich Menu - take away or  ENJOY ON THE PATIO!  * NEW FROZEN TREAT  Ice Bean Sandwich (Soya bean)  * NEW   EXPRESSO & CAPPUCCINO  ...the real McCoy  Come In and check out Variety Deli &. Health Foods.  It really is the biggest little store past Ken's Lucky Dollar:  (Gower Point Road, Gibsons Landing)  ��� Fishing Tackle  ��� Marine Hardware  ��� Marine Electronics  ��� Outdoor Apparel  GIBSONS  J marina  886-8666  Bw 1S20, Glbtont, B.C  YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND AT  J  Come In to a Friendly Cale  Relax and Enjoy  ���A superbly satisfying meal  ���A "famous" Harbour Cafe  home made dessert  ���Great service from people  who care  *��� .��*"���.  Freahjrewcd COFFEE  for your office or  place of .business  ���Coffee brewers supplied  at no charge  ��� Weekly coffee delivery  Crear selection  ���Coffee set-ups for meetings  Call Doug at 8B6-768S  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  Office 8. Restaurant  Supplies 8. Equipment  m  THE BIGGEST  LITTLE STORE  Past Ken's Lucky Dollar  ?jfc  TH��B��KT  SANDWfCH  . /A/TOWN  Variety��� FOODS  Cibsoni Landing     686-2936  DocksfDe  phaRpsaqy  441 Marine Drive, Gibsons   886-8158  Full Prescription Service SEVEN DA YS A WEEK: Weekdays to 7:00 pm  Enter with*- ^^^^  Jiny Non-Winning Online Ticket  (649. Lotto B.C., Express or B.C. Kenoi  Each Week we will draw for a  Lunch at the Mariners' Restaurant  ttelue to S10.00)  THURSDA Y IS SENIORS' DA Y  Save 10% t  With Gold Care Card  Except Prescriptions and Lottery Tickets  \&     >~�� ���'     %  T's & Sweats  Our Latest Design  "Eagle Sun"  by  J. Bradley Hunt  Gower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons Landing      886-2818  W.W. UPHOLSTERY  & BOAT TOPS no.  637 Wyngaert Rd.. Gibsons  886-7310  MARY'S  VARIETY  886-8077  Open 7 Days A Week  0��w"Pl- ���"��� Dry Cleaning  Clbiont Landing DropOH  CUSTOM  Ceramics  Made to il  Your Order  886-3233  ..   i: Tum.-sii 10-4  Tim I Thurs ivii  630030 .tf  , ^*c*Jl.UCTIONS  >3PV' 453 Marine Drive  lf*^ ) QtbMM Uin,lna  IV J bnmiei instruction  | >�����-< Weniiiiopi  L  ����*���:*  " -'^i-'Ji  ..^-...       ���.   ..... ,��.��...:   .( gj lUf^-.������..������� . Coast News, July 9,1990  MAKE YOUR DAY...  HAVE LUNCH OR DINNER  AT THE OMEGA  OMEGA  RESTAURANT  OVERLOOKING GIBSONS HARBOUR  ��� RESERVATIONS 886-2268 TAKEOUT  Just for you  IAMIION BOlTltjT 1       (.ll  Ol'l s 7 DAYS A '  NAUTICAL  T-SHIRTS  Reg. $25.00  sALE$lgW  Open 7 Days a Week.  262 Gower Pt. Rd.,-  Gibsons Landing  886-2116  N\   Fresh Seafood...  It's worth the hike!  (Trail ends at the Mariners')  Mariners^  Ken's Lucky Dollar Foods  886-2257     gower poini road, gibsons landing  Your LOTTERY Cn  ( BUTCHER SHOP ] gJOCKUP "*  Canada Grade 'A' Beef- Bone In , J^A^  CHUCK   "   Hn SAVE'  STEAK A .19  ^_VF00DS  Bee/ ��� Bone In  cross 0 10  rib roast ����. 19  Beelle Pork or Dinner +t       f\ aft.  sausage �� 1.03  Superior Sliced Side  bacon 5t��sm  3.29  GROCERY  PRODUCE I  1.49  .89  Pride of the World Lemon  iced tea mix  4oogm  Van Camp ��� /n Tomato Sauce  beans wo,  , Helm Tomalo Squtme f\    (f\fT\  ketchup        t.yy  Red Oual  stoned wheat      �� QQ  thins 6oo 9m L . yy  Dud's Femiely Puck F*      M A  cookies . O.yy  .89  KoseWr ��� Sailed Ueisulle'd ,|       AM  soda crackers*,),,, I .Uy  Cotmlrv Cream Assorted ,A       A ft  puddings     .     I.cjy  Pride o/ (lie IVeerld Squetn A #1  mustard ����mi .yy  DAIRY  Dairy/and 2S  milk   California Crown taT\ ^^k  cantaloupe... 09  1.99  %. oy  Money's  mushrooms  California Grown  2.09 green peppers  California Grown.  Dairyland  cottage cheese 500 gm  ..69  Mexican Grown "TO  1.49 avocados M. / 9  Kasmus arte & Lamembert a    A A ���       ��^��  cheese       25gm2.29 nectarines  Green Giant Cut Green Beans/  Summer Sweet Peat/Nlbleti Corn  FROZEN  Minute Moid f\f\  lemonade ,.355 mi ,\S\3  Honevdew i\f\  lemon-lime drink. 341 mi .99  Holiday Farms gem    g\g\  cabbage rolls..454gm O.U9     NoNo��� 70       McGaulns White ft Brouin _g  pear halves .��* mi . I 51    country bread  . 78  pasta nest swsm 1.49  Coielll  macaroni & cheese   j-q  dinner 2259-. .Oy  Sunlight Liquid  dish   500 ml  Weston Hot Dog ft Hamburger  buns  .1.69  1.69  Whole BBQ  chicken  Grimms Ceruelat  salami  perVtlb  4.39  3.99  I SEEM TO HAVE  spent tht last lew weeks surrounded by little  pots, mailing wax and sticky labels. Then, ol  course, there's all that picking ol Iruit Involved, ll  may have been a lousy year lor barbecues but Ihe  fruit bushes don'I seem to have paid any attention  lo the weather. Ml Ihis jam making arose since the  time that the youngest was instructed to make his  own school lunches. Since thai time this  household's jam Intake musl have Increased by a  thousand per cent!  BLACKCURRANT JAM  4 lb. blickcurrinu  6 Ib. SUJeW  3 pints water  1. Remove the stems Irom the blackcurrants.  Place in a large heavy pot with the water. Bring to  the boil then simmer lor about 30 minutes, stirring  occasionally and then more often as Ihe pulp  becomes thicker.  2. Add the sugar, stir till dissolved, then bring lo  a boil and stir rapidly until settling point is reached.  I like to use my candy thermometer to know lhat  the jam has reached 220��F or you can place a little |am in I plate and witch II set and crinkle when  you skim It with your linger. Some people ol  course Just look at their boiling jam - and know as  soon as It's done -bul not this |im maker.  Pour your jam Into warm |ars while Il's still hot  and seal It wilh wax. Label and store In a cool cupboard.  NEST LEWIS  275 Gower Point Road. Gibsons Landing  886-3812  Fine Art  Pottery  Cards  Posters  Art Supplies  Blown Glass  Lyall  Nanson  BS Show Piece Frames  Custom Framing . Needlework Stretching  ��� Oval Mats . Dry Mounting . Conservation  Located above SHOW PIECE GALLERY (886-9215)  280 Gower Pt. Rd., Gibsons Landing  886-9213 ml  m  Eagles & Whales  /  GALLERY  Sunshine  Coast  Photos, #  /  ��� Frames  ��� PtisterS  o Prints  0 Cards,  y  ��� Princess  ' Louisa Cruises  Depart tOim  ��� Fishing Charters  ,J"' From $15 per hour   30 boats  886-8341 ^  SUNSHINE COAST  TOURS  *     Beautify Your    *  '��  Ji   Lunches & Dinners     $*  Y>       with <  a* BATTENBURG or * i  *, CROCHETED ,5  Jl l.uct- Talilcvlollic*   [ff  5�� $19.99 - $64.99   - [J>-  I* ,,r wllleenlcr spce-lill slX-  JACCEOTSL-  IC-O-U-N-T-fl-y  ��� Gilt Store  M  i Gibsons Landing       .-,,    -  m 886-9281 ���>    '���"MM)?. "C  "Open 7 days, 10:00 - 5:00" tt*  ,���.v������^^^^^^^%���w-w^���*,  Sheepskin Rugs  Mohair Throws  Leather Scraps  $3oo  The Sunshine Coast  ^SLIPPER  'COMPANY  STORE   886-4500  FACTORY  885-7413  FOR  'GOOD FOOD"  oooooooooooooooo  Soup, Sandwiches, Salads,  Quiche, Muffins, Tarts,  Cinnamon Buns, Tea,  Murchle'S Coffee, Ice Cream,  Candv, Chocolates!  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  "Homemade Daily"  Eat-In or Take-Out  Open 8-9 Everyday  Gibsons landing  KokaneeT-SWrts  & Tank Tops  Reg. $19.99  eW��,RKWEN?  /IK WORLD Coast News, July 9,1990  AUTOMOTIVE  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES*  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE        Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  ^  Meen.-Fri. 6-6 Sat. 8-et, Sun. 10-3  :N,  Rudy Mix Concrat.  Sand t Gr.er.1  SECHELT PLANT  MS-7180  ���    CONCRETE  -O LTD  3  wiving reef sunshihi coast I  GIBSONS PLANT I  M6-8174  "SECHELT RADIATORS-���  Complete Cooling System service Cenlre  We Repair & Replace Rads. Heater Cores & Gas Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New, Used & Rebuilt  5S80 Whirl   "s* A00"' Pick-Up t Delivery Mtn . s,t  [Old Forestry BuMlnml     QgM M5-798&/  YOUR "COMPLETE"  TRANSMISSION CENTRE  ���FRONT AND REAR WHEEL DRIVE  ���AUTOMOTIVE 6, MARINE 'CLUTCHES  kZ  ���AUTOMATIC * STANDARD  Come see the Specialists at  EAGLE TRANSMISSIONS  The Coast's lirst Trantmltslon only shop.  Pnone Kerry at  886-2111  677  Payne Rd.  TRANSMISSION SPECIALISTS FOR 18 YEARS  f T6P Line uoncretIT  Curbs ��� Patios ��� Stairs  Foundations ��� Sidewalks  Retaining Walls  "We build 'em, We pour 'em"  Res. 885-9203  Bus. 885-4828  TURENNE  CONCRETE "^  ���PUMP TRUCKS ���CONCRETE WORK  Placing & Finishing ol:  Basement Slabs. Patios. Driveways,  Sidewalks. Exposed Aggregate  FOR QUALITY WORK. CALL US! 886-7022  ��� BUILDING CONTRACTORSe I     e ELECTRICAL CONTR.  WOLF'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Renovations, Siding, Piloting, Fences,  Roofing, Windows, etc.  Specializing In all phases of cement  (sidewalks, driveways, patios, retaining walls, etc.)   886-3078 ,  M.J.J. VINYL SIDING���  Soffits  Fiberglass Decks  Fred Cocker P.O. Box 1596  (Leave Message) Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-6065 VON 3A0  Hallmark  Custom Homes  & Renovations  Enquiries 886-3344  886-3364 J  Bill Alan- Salaa  ^(JtLuudfkrhatl  Dooes * Windows ��� Store Fronts  Ch��k:79200S8  FAX:792 3��5  Bei- 853 4lo' Commercial Hardware Glbaoe��:ees-7359  8454 Young Steaat St., Chilliwack, BC V2P 4P3  We Service ehe Enlere Sunshine Coat,  -teeiMelaeeiieeB^eeeeeeeeeeeieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet Call fo, an appointment <eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee>  ALPINE TRUSS  Bus: 886-8233 >/V Res: 886-8201  No SHffW0  chabg*18  Truatii mult hen on the lunahlne Ootit  Money spent at home stays at home.  ' TOP L.INE UONCRETE ^  Curbs ��� Palios ��� Stairs  Foundations ��� Sidewalks  Retaining Walls  "We build 'em, We pour 'em"  . Bus.: 885-4028 Res.: 885-9203  ROOFING  Specializing In all types of  commercial & residential roofing  ML WORK  QUAMNTEEO  FREE  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves  ��� CLEANING SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole s Cove  Commercial Containers Available  886-2938  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES*  LIUMLLCOmiCraN  All typei of concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aqqrpqale finishing.  VQnaUtTCo��ct.t.Wort ���*** MMM* J  "ron mc am or seiwce"!  Swanson's  Ready-Mix Ltd.  a��� .���������Ine"! [��Ifl��iDiSP��'(;��-|        f e.   e    ACCOUNTS I  1885*9666] 1885*53331  3 Batch Plann on Ih* Sutuhln* Coat  Glbwnj ��� Socholt ��� FoDflor Harbour  Wolf's,  For Alt Your Concrtte Notdi  Sidewalks, Drlvswiys, Patios, etc.  Exposed or Plain  Alao specializing in High Qtosa  Slone Overlay to twsullfy old concrete  20 Yean In Business  Fan Srvlc��       886-3078     ff Um*mJ  MIDWAY-PQWEirLINE  ���SERVICES LTPT~  Private & Industrial Electrical Contractor  High & Low Voltage Power Lines  Reg No 16135 883^9483.  ��� EXCAVATING ���  J.S. Caaititniaj  4SOTraokHoe  ���Toepsoil  ���Septic Fields    4iORubb��  ���Sand & Gravel     Tire Hn  Deliveries  ���Stump Removal  ���Lot Clearing  ���Building Sites  ���Water Lines  743  886-2778  Mobile: 649-8878  Land Clearing  Excavations  Septic Tanks  885-3924  885-7487  COAST BOBCAT SERVICI  Small In Slie - Big In Production^  Post Holes ��� Trenching  Spreudtnu/Levellinn  Light Hauling ����������<�� l|L3fc  *  865-7051  SECHELT iimiimihX^J  9(7  BRINK'S BOBCAT  SERVICE  ���nd landscaping  936-2086  CAN-DO EXCAVATING  /���E^^ 58IIFXTCNDAHOE, BOBCAT 743,  LO0%   SINGLE AXLE DUMP TRUCK  . Septic Fields ��� Sand, Gravel A Tap Soil  George 885-7553 or .Emery 885-4854  ^  DAL ENTERPRISES  1989 416 4WD Caterpillar  Backhoe Loader  Septic Systems, Ditching Etc.  Call Nick  Jor all your Backhoe Needs     886-714S  J.T.R. Trucking  Dump Truck Rental  Sand, Gravel & Blasted Rock Sales  R.R. #1 Bay Rd. Site Sechelt, B.C.  ,C��ll:a$5.787a      V0N 3A0 JIM ROBINSON  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd:  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  EXCAVATING  GEN   CONTRACTORS  ( M8ID1HIUL BBHOVAXIOH8  Qyproo * Lamination Work  Kitchens, Bathrooms, Painting  Lewal RefersnoM   Eric Wood  886-aaoa J  FUTURE  Excavating ft Developments  flesidenlial underground Installations  Commercial , D  ",���  industrial & Repal,s  Land Clearing Roa(,s & Driveways  Satisfaction Guaranteed  CALL MIKE OR MIKE  886-2182  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Ceneral Garden Maintenance  Lawn Care * Landscaping * Pruning  Rock Walls & Rockeries  Senior's Discount - Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  tor the Professional  and the Homeowner,  /    RENT-IT!  /       CANADA INC.  ��    TOOLS & EQUIPMENT  V5540 Inlet Ave.. Sechelt       885  848 J  Need this space?  Cell   tl,,'   COASI   l\ll WS  G & D Contracting  ���Sand & Gravel Deliveries,   St  ���Stump Removal ��� J ^  Gary Davies 886-9585 P��� Bntm  ^Dan Zuell    886-8070 msons. bc.  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS*  -Residential Commercial���Industrial..  r      PAINTING      ^  30 Years Experience     Fully Equipped  Free Estimates  M.B. Painting  Marcel Beaunoyer 8868,326  886-3381 *  A       0,     ��  Mm ,  Jr*       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH ^  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL i. RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER mS  LTtX IIALFMOON MS  ��� HEATING  CENTURY ROCK  * Auto Propane  ~  * Appliances  * Quality B.B. Q's  aes-2360  Hwy 101, across SI.  ICG LIQUID GAS        Irom Big Mac's, Sechelt  /^SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.'  e Gas Fireplaces T^3jl   * ""d Stoves  a Wood Fireplaces        lEjra   e Chimneys (Hi-Temp)  ��� Inserts *mawS   ��� Liners  STEVE CHRISTIAN Complete Sales * Installations  Certified Technician IT'S ALL WE 00  i    885-7171 Sility j Sitlttictlon GainnlHd j  MARINE SERVICES  BIQ EAQLE Enterprises Ltd.  Custom Built Sun Decks   - Fencing  ��� Patio Doors -Skyliles and Windows  Renovations and Additions  Free Estimitet  Mike 886-2688  '���mmm    Cornell's Marine Service  CHBSi. SERVICE TO Al L MAKES !  ���     ft���%      Specializing in Merc. Outboard  ^^^^W^^.       a stern tine rebuilding  DIVER W~ Located at  BOAT '        Smitty's Marina, Qlbsons  HAULING SHOP 868-7711     RESM5-5S40I  is J  Ml  Need this space?  Cell   III,'   COASI   Nl WS  * Salt Water Licences A-4 _-,'  * Motel & Campsites * Water Taxi W   I  * Marine Repairs      * Ice and Tackle    i,S3e-22M  Central Grading A  Qrmvml  CnntMli  UniCe-eMMd mate* t leWtoaptog mk  FWg Screened tanitfU (letOeg rtw-je)  Res. and (Jomm. Sales  ($10.00 i pick-up Id.)  Beside Swansea's M fast Porpoise Bay M.  US-INTsrMNMt Men-Sat  uifffmm* g^mmttg..mtmmmt aekl^u,^^*"  law v^^M w Jar^m WW^^9^^Slm  utheru\nd9aless  0ERVICE LTD  lOUTIOASDS TJv  *��� YANMAR   r  ..icftrui/cr    marine   j  stern oatvcs/iNeoAROS   DIESEL ENGINES*)  Parts S, Service ii)r All Make's eel Outlxwrds  IN.NCING AVAILABLE     ��"lM" '" l>V'''nri   VHF 6 &   16  at COHO MARINA, Madeira Park 883-1119j  IF" bc ferries Schedule  VANCOUVFR   SECHELT P���NINSULA  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am      3:30 pm M  9:30 M        5:30  11:30 7:25 M  1:15 pm      9:15  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 M'       4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  M danalal Mavaeeck lui  ���K0��: Teem ����� �� m  "FM Nny" ree ee  SeUeeeyi. Siaeetl t HeMeia  Ivia rai. S Need Noeis ltd A Salcet Gaaeat n I Ftaahlin Lewie leee Slept  Arrive  ^EAfr^eieov^TT^swia^^^^^^^^  Lv. Earls Cove  Lv. Saltery Bay  6:40 am  4:30 pm  5:45 M  3:30 pm  8:20  6:30  7:35  5:30 M  10:30  8:30  9.25 M  7:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M  11:30  9:30  Depart  Mall       5:45 '��  7:45 3:45  9:45 I'M  11:45 7:45  Langdale 6:10  Ferry Ter 8:10  10:10  12:10  Saa Ine Deeee, lae Laafdaee HenejMl iMflneeieh HugMi  Meet,*! Fart UMiMl  Gibsons Bus Schedule  Elleclive March t. 1989  l.ee Marina fiieeaieee Firaaall Falk I Head Rd |  Depart Arrive  Lower     6:15 2 15 Mill        6:30 2 30  Bui Slop 8:15 4:15 8:30 4:30  10:15 6:15 10:30 6:30  1215 8:15 12:30 6:30  ��!!."!;?r���     y.ulu S,nll", *��IM"*��I.-'.I Cemm. Tiekiti  OtilolTowti   si .50    61.00 .75       61.25/rldi  I" T����n      .75       .75 .75  These transportation schedules sponsored by  SuKcmt AgeHciw  INSURANCE (taae TRAVEL  886-2000 886*9255  (Carpet Service 'ram Frkttdlr Pntatalonala In Sunnycrest msH, Qlbaens.  Insurance  CluWpInn  Nt)tary  -1ITP  ��"��������; ���..���..  ----';���' '-"mja2: '-*���: is;-r-3T*?i" A'r; .'iL'-L'i 'lh'/sstsM  ���Szr. -��.-*��-���-���..  aeRMlaete^ntetlT, --��������*���-  *- a-*a-^aw��al  *"   - -   ��� Coast News, July 9,1990  Mountain Coast Hobbies  I    Mounta  E  : Headquarters for:  S.C. Strategic Games Club  S.C. Modelers  Itaeee eteaeeml AimaW  S.C. Model Railroad Club  Blood. Sweat & Oars  IMie Ceeeeml late C�� Ml  648 Dolphin St., Sechelt  (Across Irom the RCMP)  885-7122  Gord or Ernie  Sechelt Seniors  Abuse of elders  by Joyce Ostry  If a friend appears nervous in  public or is repeatedly admitterd  to hospital with bruisers and (nits  t*cause of 'accidents', health  care workers should be alert to  the possibility the friend is being  physically abused. If these signs  appear, the victim or concerned  parties may call the Victim  Assistance line at 885-5554 and  ask for Rita.  Psychological or motional  abuse is also all too common.  Seniors sometimes are left alone  for long periods of time, cut off  CEDAR BENCHES  Comfortable & mad* to lait.  Mortise & Tenon  joinery throughout.  Oil Finish  4' BENCH - $525  5H* BENCH ��� $590  Timothy Clement  Cabinet Maker  8864218  Call Mel  By Timothy Clement  Also Available At Shadow Baux Galleries  Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-7>S>06  Services  Directory  MARINE SERVICES  MISC SERVICES  VJ  DYNAMICS LTD.  MariM & MKk--Jcil EafUitrui Desifi  Boat & General Marine Surveye  Dock Design <S Construction  MARINE WAYS  BOAT MOVING  POWER WASHING  merCrui/er  i Mercury Outboards  } Volvo ^ HADD0CX majune LTD  MARINE REPAIRS ���   ���  Oast cttsii BBJ-etBII  Garden Bay. BC.  PENINSULA INDUSTRIAL  & LOGGING SUPPLIES  PORT  MELLON  & GIBSONS  ��� Wire Rope & Rigging  t Welding Supplies  ��� Hydraulic Hose & Fittings  ��� Misc. Industrial Products  iSSSSai     ".C6B9.73.7  1042 Hwy. 101, Gibsons (across from Kenmac)  &  weeaneer  Marina a Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove M5-7MI  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 vears  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 4 C Thermoglass ig  Cobra Bolts no*  In-Stock  [OUTBOARDS  JStem  JACOBSEN FEEDS  6452 Norwest Bay Road  885-9369        Your Authorized Dealer I  We carry a complete line ol  Animal Feeds & Supplies      the growing people'J  lieiaeepwevis iNeoaaosI  CHAINSAWS>  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  CHAINSAW LTD  I   731 NORTH E.OAP   886-2912;  MISC SERVICES.  Landscaping for a Dlatlnctlv Daalgn  Complete service Irom design lo irrigation Installation plus  new shrub plantings, Installation ol large Irees and  hedges lor privacy, patios, lawn installations and retaining walls. Over 500 plant species to choose from lor your  own design. Call lor a free estimate.  jjt-HJj Much Read, (usually Ten Free or IM-4M1)  A.D. LANDSCAPE GROUP  OVER 20 YEARS    ���mOS        ^mml^ RESIDENTIAL  885-584S      ^ COMMERCIAL  LANDSCAPING ft GARDENING  SUNBMINK KITCHEN  . CABINET* .  880-9411  ���Sfiowresom Karn'a Pleia.Hwy IS  Open Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pntj  Personal  Tax Returns  Nicky Zavala C.A.  Appolatment Mg*mi  DOLPHIN ALARM  SYSTEMS LTD.  Burglary - Fire  jgf  Music & Sound ��� Intercoms        OonWition  RRI4 SIS CI7     Bus. 886-9144  Dsons. B.C.   Res. IIS-33047  * Commercial & Residential *  * Carpet & Resilient Flooring *  'it**' pn��n<��  �����**��**  hI-home        888*8808  sH?-o��!.   'HOWROOMat  5601 Hwy. 101, Sechelt  Tu��s.Frt., IfcSM All day Sat.  __ THE FLOOD STO�� AT YOUR OOOH.  For luccessful  BUSINESS MEETINGS  large or Small  CEDARS INN  895 Hwy. 101, Gibsons  Fan 886-3046    886-3006  Complete, Comiaentnl, & professional     N  BUSINESS ft PERSONAL OFFICE SERVICES  Conversion  Windows, Gkns,  Auto m Marina Gtoaa. Aluminum Win  S, Screen.   Hwv ,0, a p,.,, WJ,   **"  gin gaper mill       883-9911  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE)  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & r  Chris Naepper M1-34M  R.R.M, 86, era,  iQIbtont, 8.C. VON 1V0  mlng i  from friends and abandoned by  relatives. Thetse people are often  despondent, depressed or begin  acting irrationally. Many are  just lonely, but some also are  suffering from neglect, including deprivation of food,  water, medication or just some  kindness and attention.  Other forms of abuse include  medication abuse, sexual abuse  and denial of rights.  Often the elders are .persuaded to sell off property and then  moved to the Coast where one  doesn't have to 'shovel the  rain'. This may sound wonderful but we must remember that  old friends are left behind too.  These individuals may have  recently lost a spouse and this  move may interrupt the natural  grieving process. The loneliness  is then compounded���loss of  spouse with loss of friends. One  loses self-esteem���an internal  state, feeling or sense of self  worth and well being.  The following list is a working tool whose ideas are gauged  to using just one to give a boost  to low self-esteem.  1. Accept ones total self and  others; 2. Value ones self and  others; Bring out the best in  ones self and others; 4. Have a  sense of being capable; 5. Handle failure and loss; 6. Accept  success.  To be continued...  Former Setchelt Clerk Tom Wood in his garden in Davis Bay (see  story below). -RoieNkkoboapkoto  Retiring garden  Tom Wood of Davis Bay has found a unique way to recycle old tires and has created a beautiful gewden in the process.  Faced with the problem of a huge old fir stump and a bank  lhat was too steep to mow and too high to weed, he has built  an ingenious interlocking system of over 300 old tires that  form a sloping terrace about 50 feet long.  .Planted in the holes of the tires are heat loving zinnias,  dwarf sunflowers, alyssum and other brightly coloured annuals that provide a pleasing addition to the many beautiful  gardens on Laurel Road.  Sechelt    Scenario  Day of Celebration  by Margaret Watt 885-3364  Sechelt Celebration Days are  behind us once more.  Everything seemed to go over  pretty well and even the weather  took pity on us and decided to  be nice for a change. Sechelt's  store windows all looked great,  very patriotic and artistic. 1  don't know yet who won the  prizes for the best displays, but  when 1 do I'll be sure to let you  know.  PICNIC A SUCCESS:  ! West Sechelt Communily  Association's picnic on June 30  was a huge success. About 70  .people attended, and all enjoyed themselves. It was a tad  windy, but otherwise the  weather was alright. Many  thanks to the Wakefield Inn for  providing washroom facilities,  also to Alcola and J. Clements  for donating all the pop.  SECHELT LIBRARY:  Sechelt library is a very busy  place this time of year.  Everyone is checking out their  summer reading I assume. I encourage the little ones to read,  the library will have a reading  club which will mwt every  Wednesday at 1:30 pm. Just a  short meeting of an hour lo an  hour and a half. The children's  progress will be noted in a little  ���booklet which they gel to keep  along with a badge when they  finish the course.  This provinre-wide projeect is  sponsored by BC Library  Association, and is carried out  by volunteers. Those wonderful  volunteers! A wind-up party is  planned for around mid-  August.  V.A.C. COUNSELLOR:  The V.A.C. Area Counsellor  will be interviewing veterans on  Thursday, July 12 from 1 to 4  pm. For appointment, please  call Royal Canadian Legion,  branch 140 office.  .BOUQUET:  Many thanks to Sylvia of  Shop-Easy's Bakery for making  Sarah's special day extra  special.  Parade winners  The July 1 Celebration Day  parade in Sechell was a big success.  First prize for floats in the  commercial section wenl to Gibsons Building Supplies, with  Pacifica Pharmacy and Suncoast Smokers coming second  and third.  Prizes for group efforts were  first, Sechelt Pre School; second, Hunechin Girl Guides;  and third, Seniors Branch 69.  Trail Bay Mall won the first  prize for decorated cars, with  Ihe Cystic Fibrosis car coming  second and Seasport Scuba getting third.  ICG Propane won a prize for  iheir classic car and awards for  bands wenl first lo Suzuki  Violins and second lo ihe  Legion Pipe Band.  The Downtown Beautifica-  tion Award went io Galiano  Market, with FL English Accounling winning an honourable mention.  Mariee Fashions won the first  prize for the best decorated  store window with Kilchen Carnival coming second.  Shadow Baux Gallery won  for the best decorated bicycle,  and all contestants got a well  deserved ribbon.  NOTICE  Heavy traffic from the Howe Sound Pulp and Paper Expansion Project has forced us to make some changes in the traffic flow and parking pattern adjacent to the Langdale Ferry Terminal.  On Fridays only, on the Langdale side of the ferry terminal, we will  be restricted parking as designated below on both sides of the  highway between the hours of 12 noon and 8 pm.  Vehicles parked in this area during the restricted period will be  removed at the owners expense.  Your cooperation in this matter will be greatly appreciated.  Capilano Highway Service  CAPILANO  HIGHWAY  SERVICES 10.  Coast News, July 9,1990  Sechelt golf couree  has bright future  by Rose Nicholson  The planned new golf course  in Sechelt should be right in line  with current trends.  Planner Rob Sabine, reporting on the recent seminar lie attended, told Aldermen at the  July 4 meeting of Sechelt Council that a dramatic upsurge in  the popularity of golf means  lhat courses all over the Lower  Mainland, and on the Sunshine  Coasl, are"being used to capacity and building programs for  new courses are still not keeping  up with the demand.  There are waiting lists for  most special events, and more  and more new players are being  attracted to the game.  Sabine found that the major  concern in designing a new  course was drainage. "With our  base of sand and gravel there  should be no problem," he said.  "Water is crucial too. We need  lo be able to buy it at a good  price."  "One hundred and seventy-  five acres is considered an ideal  size," he went on. "We have  ISO, but that should be all right  .because we will be able to get  the required 7000 yard course."  Sabine went on to say that it  has been found that golf courses  tend to generate desirable real  estate development around their  fringes, and they generate employment and attract tourists.  "We could," he said, "be-  come a weekend destination for  golfeirs."  Davis Bay  News & Views  Kirkland  Centre  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  The Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire Dept's giant garage sale had  something for everyone ��� and a bit more besides!  ���Ruth Forrester photo  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Garage sale a success  by Ruth Forrester  The annual Halfmoon Bay  Fire Department's garage sale  was, as always, a great success,  so we can be assured of the  usual celebrations at  Hallowe'en for all the kids in  the area.  As well as a sale, this has  become a 'social occasion'  where everyone in the  neighbourhood shows up to enjoy the company, a cup of coffee and the delicious hoi dogs  and hamburgers by gourmet  chef (jerry Berthelet. The wives  play a prominent part by providing great home-baked  goodies, helping collect the  cash, and sorting oul the hundreds   of   items.  Those who drop by the Coast  News office in Sechelt will note  the great clock hanging on the  wall for all to see. This was a  treasure found at the garage  sale. It is a great asset having it  hanging there because people  were constantly coming into the  office to ask the time now thai  we have a bus stop just outside  our door.  SCHOLARSHIP DeESERVED  At Chatelech graduation  ceremonies the Erin Kelly  Memorial Scholarship was  awarded to Rob Diraddo of  Welcome Beach. Rob was indeed a worthy rreipienl of this  special award, having overcome  whal was, a mere 18 months  ago, considered to be a fairly  hopeless situation.  Rob received major head injuries in a car accident, and,  with the right treatment and  with his own determination, he  has beaten all the odds and is  going on to sludy computer  programming, having been accepted at Capilano College.  "It is a total miracle for  which we are all so grateful,"  said his mother. Well done Rob,  may you continue on your path  lo success.  COUNTRY FAIR  Be sure to cut out the  schedule of events in this week's  Coast News and have it on hand  for the weekend's activities at  Coopers Green.  You still have time to register  for most events which call for  pre-registralion. Please note  that the pancake breakfast on  the Sunday morning will start at  9 am, not 9:30, which will give  you plenty of time lo enjoy  breakfast before the official  opening at 10:43.  There are lots of things to see  and do at our Country Fair, so .  don't miss it. See you there.  by lauralee SoUi,  885-5212,885-3510  Things carry on as usual all  summer.  Doug, who comes in and conducts sing-a-longs, has donated  a very nice bingo set. Bingo is  played on Thursdays but the  ones who come in on the other  days are even thinking of playing.  Mal, who is a leathercraft-  sman, has been coming in and  we have been making pouches  and nice earring holders that go  in your purse.  Some outings have been  made. We have been out to  lunch at the Trail Bay Coffee  Shop, and to the Davis Bay  beach were we sat on the logs  and watched the ships and  windsurfers. A picnic at  Snickett Park is planned next  week.  A new volunteer, Ruth Hill,  comes in and plays the piano.  We would like to thank the  young people from the  'Employment Disadvantaged'  program who have come in and  worked around the place.  They made a rock garden,  planted vegetables in one of the  boxes and did a general clean up  both inside and outside. The  work they did is really appreciated.  Happy birthday to Ted-  , dybears Anna and Rocky. Hope  you had a good day.  VLASSIFIFIJ JWS  GARDEN BAY  HOTEL  oast  In 1966 scheduled flight service was first introduced  on the Sunshine Coast.  The Fare in 1966 was $900 One way  Coast Western Airlines  is bringing the 1960's back  for three days to celebrate our  first anniversary and to thank our  many friends and customers  for making our first year  a great success.  July 13,14 and 15  SECHELT���VANCOUVER  $900 ONE WAY  For reservations and information, call  885-4711 (Sunshine Coast)  684-8768 (Vancouver)  Sechelt Terminal located at  Marine View Estates Marina,  S Marina Way, Porpoise Bay  oast   Western Airlines Ltd.  estern Airlines Ltd.  ��� Celebrates its first anniversary and  ��� Introduces DAILY SCHEDULED SERVICE  From Sechelt, Gibsons and Port Mellon to Vancouver,  with connecting flights from Sechelt Inlet, Jervis Inlet,  Nelson Island, and all other Sunshine Coast points.  the COAST CONNECTOR  Flight Schedule  DEPARTURES  PENDER  HARBOUR  07:15 daily except Sunday  11:15 daily  15:15 daily  17:30 daily  SECHELT  07:30 daily except Sunday  11:30 dally  15:30 daily  17:45 daily  VANCOUVER  HARBOUR  08:15 'daily except Sunday  12:15 'daily  16:15 "daily  18:30 "daily  * Connects with Sechelt Inlet and Jervis Inlet schedule  ** Through to Pender Harbour area  jj i  n;.'''." ;" ���  --���-----������- ������������ja\2.' "** ":���  . e,   .   ��� ���- ���    ������    - ��. a. || Tl T * "*"**-* *  -���--���-    ------ Coast News, July 9,1990  11.  The latest seafood dinner put oa by Ike ffc-aoat Lions Club drew nmou  to fresh oysters, prawns, Atlantic aid Pacific Salmon and cod.  Egmont  News  hordes who were treated  -A�� Cook pkolo  Fire fighting in Egmont  LDB to take  back plastic  The BC Liquor Distribution  Branch (LDB), with the  cooeperation of the Brewers of  BC, is now accepting the return  of six-pack cone holders. The  plastic yokes, used to secure six-  packs of canned beer and soft  drinks, are considered a threat  to land and sea animals when  improperly discarded.  "British Columbians concerned about the environment  may take cone holders back to  any LDB outlet," said Labour  and Consumer Services Minister  Norman Jacobsen. Liquor  stores will accept the cone  holders, as a public service,  regardless of origin���there is no  deposit or return involved.  Currently, no recycling programs are designed to process  the yokes, but "the LDB is confident that a method will be  develop."  by Ann Cook 883-9911  Fire! Fire! Doesn't that scare  you, the same feeling you get  when you hear a wailing siren?  Except in our area (Sakinaw  Lake to West Egmont) we do  not expect to hear a fire siren,  so when someone phones and  says, "There's a fire." I think,  house, forest or boat? What can  I do to help? Shelter, food,  clothing and money, - immediately.  In one fire an owner's wallet  and pay cheque were lost.  That's when moral support,  good friends and neighbours are  invaluable. Pots and pans you  can replace.  I experienced the feeling of  losing all my treasures in a fire.  To me it was like a death. Still,  at limm, thwe's a terrible feeling of loss, but I'm not quite  sure what it is I miss.  So, if there's any small way 1  can help in preventing a fire I  want to do it, and this is it. A  small group of people between  Sakinaw Lake and Egmont  (that means Ruby Lake, Earls  Cove, and North Uke) are trying to get a volunteer fire protection district established.  For starters they have fire   |  Porpoise  Bay  park walks  The Park Naturalist at Porpoise Bay Provincial Park offers all kinds of free talks and  guided walks to help you and  your family learn more about  the mysteries and wonders of  the great outdoors.  Estuary Walk - Thursday,  July 12, 2 pm. Come and see  what happens when the creek  meets the sea.  Tall Trees - Thursday, July  12,7 pm. Not all tr��s are alike.  Discover what makes them different on this walk through the  park.  Animals in the Park - Friday,  July 13, 2 pm. This week this  children's program will discover  signs of deer that live in the  park.  Sunshine Coast Astronomy  Club - Friday, July 13, 9 pm.  Discover the skies with slides  and telescopes provided by the  SCAC. Meet at the Amphitheatre.  Canadian Red Cross - Saturday, July 14. The CRC will give  two water safety programs - 2  pm, parachute games for  children; 8 pm, see the PFD  (personal flotation device)  fashion show for the latest in  what will help you and what will  not.  Bush Survival for Kids - Sunday, July 15, 10:30 am. What  should children do if they get  lost in the woods.  All programs start from the  beach bulletin board unless  stated otherwise.  fighting equipment including a  pump, 2000 ft. of hose, first-aid  equipment and volunteer Fire  Marshall, Jeremy Hunt. Now  we need volunteers - that's you  and me. Maybe our close  neighbours the Pender Hartwur  and Garden Bay voluntwr fire  persons (I say fire persons  'cause 1 heard Larry Curtiss say  there are women firemen)  would give us some info on how  to go about this Fire Protection  District Project. I understand  we already have a piece of land  to set up on. (I already see a fire  hall and red fire engine with  firemen and women hanging on  the side, long coats flying, racing off to a fire.)  It seems these few dedicated  people are off to a good start.  They met this week at Ruby  Lake Resort for an equipment  training session. We need all the  helpful info we can get and  volunteers. The only thing we  don't need is a fire.  PAT ON THE BACK  To John Griffith who made  the Dean's List recently when he  graduated from UBC with a  Bachelor of Science degree in  Computer Science.  THUMP ON THE H.EAD  To all those tunnel vision  drivers who drive along under  the speed limit and never look  back to see vehicles piling up  behind them. It's a long trip  between Secret Cove and  Madeira Park following sightseers who slow down for a better view of every curve.  COMPLETE  GARDEN CENTRE  Located on Dubois Rd., off Hwy. 101,  just south of Garden Bay Road.  ANNUALS ��� 60c each  FRUIT TREES ��� 25% off  OPEN - 9:30 am ��� 6:00 pm, 7 days a week  BAHA'I  FAITH  Informal discussion  Monday, Julyt, 7:30 pm  EDUCATION  199 KlngRd., Olbsons  O' Oodl Educala lletat  chllejran. Thai* oheideen let  lle�� plants ol Thine orchard, tha  Itowaea ol The/ rnaadow, Ilea  eoaaa ol Thy gaedan. Lei Thy  earn nil upon them; lee the Sun  ol Reillty shine upon then.  With Thy lot*. let Tley betelM  ealeeih them In oedee that Ihey  eeety be mined, groai end  dee/elope, end appeal In Ihe utmost b��uty. fliou eel the  Ole/tr. Thou eel ll�� Compu-  ���">"�����*��� .Abdu'l-SaW  Tom Toolery Ltd.  Sales, Services & Rentals  883-9114  OINTM HARDWAM  hardware  housewares  tackle  paint  885-9914  ���!VchecV  /oorFWer'  s,* FOODLINER  .untii"    9'3^" M��n--W��l-  hours  9-8 ��� Thurs.-Fri.  Sunday 11 am ��� 5 pm  dienmar (Dr  lenmar 'JJrapenes  S. NEEDLECRAFT SUPPLIES  883-2274  ROB'S  VIDEO RENTALS  883-2988  A MARINA  PHARMACY  883-2888  Oak Tree Market  Open 7 days a week  10 am ��� 8 pm  Marina r  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 Daya a Week  jCmtie'ft RESORT  BOAT RENTALS  B  AIR  883-2456  YOUR NAME  Could Be Here  Contact  Tha eheeaaedM  COAIT IIWI  In Ptnder Hsrbour Centre  Mon.- Fri. 8839099  PENDER HARBOUR  GOLF COURSE  Visitors Welcome  Vi M. North of Carden Bay Rd.,  Hwy. 101 883-9541  Royal Canadian laglon ��� Bunch 112  ��  PENDER HARBOUR  LE6I0N  Members & Guesls  Always Welcome  Teleptiene M3-9632  Drop oil your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  ���t  Marina Pharmacy  in Pender Harbour  PROFESSIONAL  SLRVICtS  YOUR NAME  Could Be Here  Cofiiscr  CMIfllffl  In Pender Hsrbour Ctntrs  n.-Fri. 883-9099  ���TYPING  ���WORD PROCESSING  .ACCOUNTING  ���FAX SERVICE  ���PHOTOCOPYING  ���ANSWERING SERVICE  YOUR NAME  Could Be Here  Contact  eCMIfMWl5>  In Pender Harbour Csntre  Mon. - Fri. 8839099  PENDER  HARBOUR  CREDIT  UNION  883-9531  Pender Harbour  Realty LTD.  883-9525  FAX: 883-9524  HUGH W. JONES  Lawyer  883-9525  CONTRACTORS  SPECTRUM CONTRACTING  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Jerry Netilaw        Phillip Netilaw  885-9341 885-4801  J.P.FORM RENT/VLS|  Rentals & Construction  883-9046  eahorse  onstruction  Indian Isle  Construction  Backhoe & Dumptruck  Service  883-2747 or 883-2730  V.  Roofing  883-9303   eindale  Tear t Cto*��l. Shakei, Shlngl.fi,  ITtttal Rooft. To��h On. DuroWi  Peninsula Power &.  Cable Ltd.  High t% Low VolUftr Power Lines  Outrioo* SutiMeilmns  883-2218  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, (Tearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  MARINE    SERVICES  HARBOUR BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, TaipS $. Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  Located at Headwater Marina  Madeira Marina  883-2266  YOUR NAME  Could Be Here  Contact  ^muSmman9  In Petndew Harbour Centre  Mon.-Fri. 883-9099  MOBILE HOMES  Nam ind Used - instant Homing  883-9338 or 580-4321 (call collect)  w matrix  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  883-2715  Poast  estern Airlines Ltd.  for reservations/information on  daily scheduled flights & charters  CM 185-4711 (Sunshlni Cant)  684-8761 (Vincouvir)  Garden Bay  Hotel  Vuli. Waterfront Restaurant, Moorage. Air  Ch&rtera, Fishing Chart*���, Bike Rentals  883-I674 tub  883-9919 XaiUurant  ind lundtck tptn  11:00 im  Fully Licenced Hfffll  draught beer on  Catering Available.  AtHM  Brian Schaefer, Mqr.  *�����  883-2426  Pender Hartair  fttstaurant  Canadian & Chinese Cuisine  .883-2413  HEADWATER MARINA ltd  Ways, Hi-Pressure Washing,  & Year-Round Moorage  883-2406 12.  Coast News. July 9, 1990  Sechelt  1990  CELEBRATION DAY  Photos by Ruth Forrester  and Hose Nicholson  ^ ���~^���-���---"-"��� -���������-���^Mi ���1 Coast News, July 9,1990  The Sunshine  13.  Second Section  Gibsons Council stalls  Gospel Rock by-law  by Jeff Carpenter  ���Catherine Lake Is now open for the first time as a public park for both day use and camping. There Is  a beautiful, secluded lake with a beach free of charge for day swimmers, washroom facilities and  showers as well as a concession. No motoriied boats are allowed on the lake. The SO acre regional  park was officially opened by SCRD Parks Chairman Stan Dixon (left), Regional Board Chairman  Peggy Connor, and Area A Director .Gordon Wilson. -Ann Cook photo  Sechelt lays plans  for Block 7 referendum  by Rose Nicholson  As the September 29 date for  the referendum on Block Seven  draws closer, Sa-helt Council is  slowly drawing together all the  threads for the projwt.  The first stage's ot an agr.se-  ment with the Senior Citizens'  Association Building Committee proposes that the seniors tie  given a 99 year lease at SI a  year. The facility would be  available to community and  non-profit organizations for a  nominal fee, and would be opieii  to people of all ages for arts,  . crafts and other activities.  A 3IS seat auditorium with a  stage could be part of the  seniors' building, as well as a  games room and a main hall.  Lsmd presently owned by the  .seniors could be sold, providing  approximately 75 per cent of the  funding for the new facility.  They would be asked to contribute $25,000 to parking and  other   off-site   services,   and  although their facility would be  available for the use of community and non-profit organizations, they would be responsible for running it.  There would be a review of  the lease three years after it was  signed and if construction had  not yet started, the District of  Sechell would have the option  of reconsidering.  The referendum as to  whether the seniors' facility be  located on Block Seven will tie  held at the same time as the  phase one referendum for the  building that would house the  municipal hall, recreation facility and library.  Other possibilities being considered for Block Seven are a  competitive size swimming pool  and the relocation of government offices that are presently  occupying other buildings.  The public will have the opportunity for input on Block  Seven plans at information  meetings   to   be   held   on  Septemtxr 13 at West Sechelt  Elementary School, on  September 14 at Davis Bay  Elementary School, and on  September 15 at Sechelt  Elementary School.  The referendum will be held  on September 29.  Council voted to table the  third reading of Bylaw 555-43  (Gospel Rock) at its regutar  council meeting on July 5.  "I am not in a position to  give the bylaw third reading,"  Alderman Dixon said.  Alderman Ken Collins raiseed  his concerns with the business  surrounding the bylaw.  "There are problems with the  wording of the advertisement. It  was done without ill-intent, it  was a harmless error, but an error nevertheless. I am concerned with the ruling against the  Town. We must accept the  possibility of going to court and  .perhaps losing."  Collins said council should  make its intentions clear. He  said he knows some people will  not agree with council's position, "but as long as the intent  is clear and legal we can deal  with it on an even footing."  Collins suggested council  table the third reading and address the Official Community  Plan and ensure the bylaw and  OCP are compatible.  Dixon said he had a list of  questions and five or six concerns.  "No one likes to have public  hearings," he said and added,  "1 don't."  Mayor Strom jumped in, say  ing, "It is our public duty."  Meanwhile the Friends of  Gospel Rock have brought up  several instances of mishandling  of the hearing process which  they want addressed by council.  Catherine McManus of the  Friends of Gospel Rock told the  Coast News that in advertising  the size of lots on the Gospel  Rock property the Town stated  the lots were a 'minimum' of  10,000 sq. ft. when in actual  fact, the covenant states the lots  are an "average" of 10,000 sq.  ft.  The difference between 'minimum' and 'average' is great  because whereas the Town implied the lots would be no less  than 10,000sq. ft., the 'average'  size means lots could go as low  as 7,500 sq. ft., McManus said.  "The Friends of Gospel Rock  endorsed the minimum lot size  more," McManus said.  McManus has concerns that  Fred Child, owner of Valentine  Lands signed off the land as the  owner, but not as a representative of Valentine eLands, making the Town's signing on not  completely legitimate.  Chris Murdie, lawyer for the  Town, told the Coast News Friday that Valentine Lands has an  intCTest in Block 7 but wasn't  aware that Fred Child had not  signed off the land.        y  The Friends of Gospel Rock  fear the dividing line between  Hock A and Blocks B and C  may fall lower than the crest of  the bluff which would block access to the upper lookout.  McManus says the Friends of  Gospel Rock wan! the line "15  metres back from the ridge and  up and off the slope."  At the July 3 meeting Alder-  man Reynolds asked council to  direct the Planner "to make an  OCP change with regards to the  land of Block 7 (Gospel Rock)  to ensure conformity with  (Bylaw) 555-43 and the OCP."  McManus says the OCP can  only be amended with public  support, and since many  citizens are opposed to Gospel  Rock development she doesn't  see how council will be able to  make changes to the plan.  McManus says she knows the  points she and the Friends of  Gospel Rock are bringing up are  technicalities and problems, but  they must be worked through to  ensure Gospel Rock Park is  protect^.  GREAT APPLIANCES  Dawe's archives  Mrs. Billie Steele, present owner of her sister Helen Dawe's  vast collection of historical documents and photographs, is  donating the priceless material to tile Seechelt Public library  Assocation.  The archive section of the library Is to be nanwd after  Helen Dawe.  In a letter to Sechelt Mayor Tom Meredith, Mrs. Steele  said, "It is gratifying to know the many years she spent compiling and lesearching will be remembere?d and honoured in  this way."  axcLuam  TO  KIRN  |on Ihe Sunshine eCoastl  OS PRINCESS CRUISE  Lj    SPECIALS  From ITP Suncoast Agencies  YOUR CRUISE SPECIALISTS  MEXICO 'STAND BV CRUISE  7 daya round trip from Lot Angeles to  Cabo San Lucaa, Mazatlan, and Puerto Vallarta  aboard the newly refurbished FAIR PRINCESS  SCQC   P" person, based on double occupancy  FROM US     ij J%3 airfare nol Included  ��� gourmet continental cuisine  ��� finest 'Las Vegas to Broadway' style entertainment  ��� gracious European service   S��pt. 29 thru Dm. 18   EUROPE TO FLORIDA  10 daya from Barcelona to Ft. 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Coast News, July 9,1990  LEISURE  Paintings of Mexico and France by Noreen Marshall are currently on show at The Paper Mill in Pender Harbour.���Am took photo  At The Arts Centre  'Beauty Into Power - The Environment' is Ihis year's Arts  Centre Summer Invitational  Show. The theme has twen addressed by artists Donna Balma,  Jeffrey Birkin, Nena Braathen,  Pat Chamberlin, Ene Falken-  eberg, Susan Fletcher, Pat Forst,  Ursula Fritsch, Don Hopkins,  Katie Janyk, Manda, Gloria  Masse, Trudy Small, and  Maurice Spira.  Katie Janyk indulges in black  humour with her raku-fircd  school of mutant flounder titled  'Howe Sound: The Sha.pe of  Things to Come?'.  Donna Balma, on the other  hand, is deadly serious in her  painting, 'Endangered Species'.  In Ihis work, a fresh road-kill  serves as a symbol of how we  destroy whatever gets in the way  of our power and our haste.  This show can be seen until  July 29. Gallery hours are Ie04,  Tuesday to Sal, and 14, Sunday.  ���UNIQUE THEATRE EVENT  If you have always wantesd to  do something in theatre but  didn't have the time, here's  your opportunity to take part in  a one-night event - no rehearsal,  no preparation, no homework,  no experience required! On Friday, July 13 at 8 pm at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre in  Sechell, a 'Cold Reading Event'  will be held. Come watch a play  unfold and be part of the process. For more information call  Sandieat 885-3891.  Coast Fall Fair  The planning of the 1990  Sunshine Coast Fall Fair is well  underway and the Gibsons Landing Heritage Society is pleased  wilh Ihe very .positive response  from the community. The  catalogues are going very quickly and we suggest that you share  ���your catalogue wilh a friend or  neighbour, as more entry forms  can easily be supplied.  The Sunnycrest Mall, as  sponsors of the art and  photography   divisions,   have  very generously agreed to have a  separate category for professionals in those divisions. The  classes will be the same but  should be marked 'Professional' on the entry form.  This is a community project  and everyone can get involved.  We need volunteers, entertainers and donations. Start  participating now by phoning  Pam at 886-7476, between 8 am  and 6 pm, Monday to Friday,  or Clint or Heather at 886-8232.  Royal Canadian Legion 140  SECHELT  Lounge Night - Fridays  Due to the overwhelming success  of our Friday Night Steak Dinners  We will continue thru the Month of July  Dinner: 6 to 8 pm  Entertainment starts al 8 pm to Midnite  Members t Guests Welcome  Roberts  Creek  LEGION  FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER  Baron of Beef & Yorkshire Pudding  Reg. $7.00   Seniors $6.00  King of Safecrackers  I was Brother Twelve's Brother  by Peter Trower  Wilson begins to draft a long  letter to his erstwhile ghostwriter. Thomas P. Kelley.  "Dear Tom," he begins, "I  think I've come up with an idea  thai should make us some  money." Wilson proceeds to  outline his scheme in great  detail. He finishes the letter,  bundles up the Brother 12  material and ships the bulky  package off to Toronto.  Kelley's reply comes via a  phone call, a few days later. "I  ihink we've goi a hoi one here,  Herb," he says excitedly. "This  is incredible sluff and the  'brother' gimmick is great. I'll  get cracking on it right away."  When Amelia returns from  her trip lo California, Wilson  refrains from telling her what he  has done, for a couple of days.  Finally, when she seems in a  good mood, he decides io  broach Ihe mailer. "Remember  1 once told you lhal Brother 12  might be a relative of mine?" he  begins carefully.  Amelia looks up from the  new painling she is working on.  "Oh yes."  "Well, I never told you this  before bul Arthur Wilson was  actually my older brother.  There are so many olher scandals in my background, I  thought I'd spare you thai  one."  Amelia is dubious at first. It  seems odd thai her husband  hasn't let her know this before.  Bul Wilson, as always, is a persuasive man and he soon convinces her lhal the relationship  is an actual lad. "This is fantastic," she says. "I musl look  over my old files on Brother  12."  "Thai's something else I have  lo talk to you about," says  Wilson, a bil guiltily.  When Amelia learns thai  Wilson has sent her research  material to Kelley, her mood  abruptly changes. "Damn you,  Herb!" she shouts. "You could  at least have had the courtesy to  ask my permission!"  Wilson tries to convince her  lhat il will be for iheir mutual  benefit in the long run - but this  time his words fall on deaf ears.,  She only grows angrier. Even?,  lually. she packs her bags again  and siorms oul of the house. It-  is the last time they will live  together as man and wife.  Herb Wilson is a little sad lo  see her go. Bul he is loo wrapped up in (he new endeavour to  really care much one way or the  olher.  Wilson and Kelley work on  the Brother 12 project for the  next year. The old cracksman  manages lo dredge up a bit  more source material from old  magazines and newspapers.  Kelley bangs away on his  typewriter, cranking out the  chapters. They meet togelher in  Toronto on a couple of occasions lo discuss the manuscript  they have decided to call  Canada's False Prophet. It  begins lo take shape and is  finally finished. Kelley begins lo  make the rounds of the publishers. They hil the jackpot al  Simon and Schuster where an  unsusprcling editor takes the  book al face value and gives  ihem a contract.  Canada's False Prophet hits  ihe bookstores in January,  1967. It sells well for a brief  period bul il is hardly ihe bestseller lhal Wilson and Kelley  have ho|>ed for. It revolves  around the totally erroneous  premise that Arthur and Herb  CLASSICJAZZ-  LlOyd Amtien leader, on clarinet     DOUg Parker on piano  Dave Robbins on trombone     Rick Kilbum on ban  Alan Matheson on comet   George Ursan on drum  ��� If you like your jazz smooth and easy with the flavour or real Dixie, don't  miss this concert The internationally famous CLASSIC JAZZ BAND is coming  to the Festival Pavilion at Rockwood Centre, Sechelt on August 8.  Curtain 8:(K) p.m. Tickets $7.50 ($5 wilh student card) at the Festival Ticket Booth in  Sechell, Mon - Sat. (11 lo 4 p.m.) Or wrile lo: Jazz, Box 2299, Sechell, B.C. VON 3A0  Wilson were brothers. (In  actuality, Arthur Wilson was  torn in England to quite-  different .parents.) Apart from  this outright falsehood and  totally-fictional ending that has  the ailing and discredited) guru  dying at Herb Wilson's fetet in  Brisbane, Australia in 1943, the  book sticks pretty much to the  known facts of the case. It is  written in Kelley's best pulp  magazine style, jazzed up with  generous dollops of sex and  sadism. While this lurid approach draws some criticism, no  one twigs to the fact that  Canada's False frophel is a  literary hoax, ll deceives many  historians and copies can still be  found in certain large libraries.  The blurb on the back cover  is curiously restrained - possibly  to prevent charges of 'the pot  calling the kettle black'. Herb  Wilson is describe simply as a  retired Baptist minister who  once fought in the Boer War.  His amazing criminal career is  not even mentioned.  Canada's False Prophet is to  be Herb Wilson's last major  project. At frequent intervals  during ils compilation, he has  been experiencing minor chest  pains, he shrugs off as indigestion. To relieve the pains, he  begins drinking whisky regularly for the first time in his long  abstemious life. The infusion of  hard liquor seems lo relieve the  discomfort - and he lays in a  good supply. Shortly before the  publication of False Prophet,  however, he suffers a heart attack while alone in his house.  Wilson manages to phone his  estrange wife. Amelia, who  still has a soft spot for him,  despite his behaviour, hurries  over there and gets him up to a  hospital. The attack has caused  no permanent damage but il is a  serious warning signal. The doctor instructs Wilson to follow a  strict diet and avoid stress.  Wilson, fearing to tie alone in  case of another seizure, tries to  talk Amelia into moving buck in  with him. She declines but suggests that he sell the house and  move into an apartment, where  there will be other people  around in case he needs help.  Wilson takes her advice.  He finds a small suite for rent  al Kingsway and Fraser. ll  -seems ideal for his purposes and  j;he price is reasonable. The  place is owned by a couple in  Iheir 30's named Peter and  Audrey Sayko. The Saykostake  a liking lo ihe old safecracker  and the three of them became  good friends.  Wilson sendees comfortably  into his new lodgings. Fully  recovered from the coronary, he  resumes the business of trying  to unload his hoard of unsold  books and manages to plare a  few here and there. He brcomes  a familiar figure around the  neighbourhood, always carrying a leather bag of books. Occasionally, he carries two bags.  The second one is for transporting the liquor - to which he has  ebeecome quite firmly addicted.  In the .course of his wandw-  ings. Wilson runs into a German immigrant who has an .aid  car for sale. The old cracksman  likes the look of the car, but  doesn't fed inclined to put up  the cash. Using his most convin-  cing line, he manage to arrange  a direct trade for one of his unsold manuscripts. He assures  the gullible German that the unpublished book is worth at least  $1000.  To be continued...  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Open around 2-10 pm   ZhUfaWHHt &ty  July 15th  ' 3%~Mile Trophy Run ���  Connor Park to Cooper's Green 10:30 am^  Meet Vt hr. ahead at Connor Park  Pre-register: Carol 885-5449  Teddy Bear Contest ���  Lots of prizes and guessing games  Info: Michelle 885-4753  Pie Baking Contest ���  Chef judging: 1:00 pm  Auction to follow  Entry forms: Betty 885-5029  Craft Display ���  Adult/Children (Open Category)  For complete details: Betty 885-5029  Mm  ���Friday, July 13th  CAR RALLY -6 pm  Driver/Navigator Team  Pre Registration ��� Eunice Keelcr, 885-51130    f  Entry Fee: $10.00 1st Prize: $100.00 (  ���Saturday, July 14th  KIDS' FISHING DERBY,  Ages 4 to 12  Halfmoon Bay Gov't Wharf  Prc-Regi stmt ion: B&J Store  8:30 am to 11 am  Lots of Prises *JL  Free Hot Dogs **  and Pop for Kids  ���Sunday, July 15th  Pancake Breakfaite 9 one to 11:30 am ae Cooper's Green Hall  it        3.5 Mile Trophy Racee 10:30 am from Connor Park io Cooper's Green  Official Opening Oremeeny of the Fair at 10:45 am  *   CONTESTS  Smile Contest, Pie Baking, Horseshtxs, Volleyball Challenge, Favoeirite Teddy Sear  OTHER EVENTS  Children's Games & Races, Crafts Display, White Elephant, Food, Beer Garden, Bingo, 50/50 Draw,  .��� Raffles, Service Auction, Fire House Display, Dunk Tank ���  T? Arts & Crafts Booths...and more.' 5|C  This Fair brings together all our Community Groups  ^ for a Gala, Fun Weekend ^  EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO ATTEND  )������������������������������������ Coast News, July 9,1990  15.  Summer reading program  This year the .British Columbia Library Association, in  cooeperation with the <3bsons  and District Public Library, is  sponsoring a provinw-wide  summer reading program for  young prople. Summer reading  programs encourage children to  read for fun and maintain  rrading skills during the summer months. Studies have  shown that library reading programs are helpful in preventing  loss of reading skills during  school vacation.  The summer of 1990 will be  the year of the BIGGEST,  GREATEST, MOST-AMAZING READING CLUB in  British Columbia, a summer to  explore the biggest, the smallest,  ihe funniest, the scariest, the  yuckiest and the greatest thai  books have lo offer. We know  we can help your child discover  all ihe pleasures lo be found in  public libraries.  To participate, children may  pick up a reading .booklet and  club button, beginning July 3  and continuing throughout the  Summer. There is no charge lo  join this Summer reading program.  For more informalion contacl Ihe Gibsons and District  Public Library Association.  eSox 109, Gibsons, BC VON IVO  886-2130.  Ceramics prizewinners  .Some of the siudmis from  Rainteow Collections entered  the Dogwood Ceramic Show in  Vancouver recently. Here is a  list of the prizes they brought  home.  Only one of tlwse ladiw lias  done ceramics before and we  are very proud of them. Congratulations, ladies.  Stain/miscellaneous, Vikki  Le Brun, first prize, eagle;  slain/glaze combination, Nancy  Carby, swond prize, stein; stain  (OPEN: Tues. lo Sat., 8pm  Ugibsons  Alegion  Branch 109  MemhtTs ami ClICSlS Welcome  Ted's  [Roberts'  Creek  LEGION  Branch lit  miisiJiiwi  Friday, July 13  Saturday, July 14  SILHOUETTE  Membere and twna IMto  guests welcome  Fri. Night *7nf||  Dinners ����.UU|  Grilled **��r  New York Steak     **L .  Sat. Night $7.00|  Senior Members $6.00  IBINQO - TUES. EVENINGS |  die. nsou)  - drybrushing, Vikki Le Brun,  first prize, parrot; underglaze  combinations, Nancy Carby,  first prize; glaze combinations,  Esther Carey, second prize,  snail.  In the novice division: stain  -Karen Tsuruda, first prize,  Japanese lady; Nancy Carby,  second prize, hedge hog.  Glaze - Nancy Carby, first  prize, goose cookie jar; Cathy  Ingram, first prize, dragon;  Esther Carey, first prize, pig.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  I'mnnnuiinnmiiillliun  YOU DONT  HAVE TO BE  HAMMERED  TO BE  IMPAIRED..,;  ONE OF THESE  COULD BE  ENOUGH.  Nikki Weber presented the $100 first prize in the Celebration Day  Talent Show to dancer Aprile Dunlop of Gibsons. Aprile will not  perform at the PNE. -Ruth Forrester  Youth talent winner  One of the highlights of  Sechelt's Canada Day wlebra-  tions was ihe Youth Talent  Contest held in the seniors' hall  on Sunday afternoon.  The hall was packed as Nikki  Weber introduced the young  competitors who ranged in age  from 13 lo 20, all giving of their  besi in hopes of winning the  $100 prize and Ihe opportunity  to go on lo perform al ihe PNE  and compete for ihe chance of  going on to Memphis and  greater ihings.  There were eighl categories  comprising male vocal, female  vocal, variety solo, dance solo,  instrumental solo and groups,  dance solo and groups and  vocal groups.  Judging was done by three  well qualified artists, Tink and  Judy Robertson and Arline Collins for whom il was no easy  task lo establish the winners as  each performer did so very well.  The winner was Aprile  Dunlop of Gibsons for her  superb dance solo 'Batman'.  Aprile is a pupil of Karen  Boothroyd's School of Dance  and she was a surprised and  worthy winner. She was closely  followed by Ihe Semitones who  are always audience pleasers.  The trio comprises Kristin  Braun, Jennifer Sinclaire and  Krisly Beecham, who recently  Channel 11  Thursday, July 12  6:30 pm  The Magical Toyshop  The   Coast   Academy   of  Dance and Fine Arts directed by  Nicola   Stewart   performs   a  dance presentation al the Gibsons Elementary School gym.  Although this program was not  planned to be aired on the cable  system,  popular  request  has  made this screening possible.  7:45 pm  Sechelt Canada Day  The   parade   opens   this  highlight package taped during  the July I Canada Day celebration in Sechelt.  8:15 pm  First Firth Run  From September IS through  December II, 1986 - in commemoration of Ihe United Nations year of peace - a torch,  symbolizing our possibility to  live in harmony with each other  and the earth, was passed from  person to person around the  world. This vidro is dedicated  to the children of our planet,  the inheritors of the world we  leave them.  8:30 pm  Canada World Youth  The Host Family Program  j Local   representative   for  Canada World Youth Manuela  Petersen introduces the need for  hosi families on the Coast for a  (Cultural exchange between India  and Canada. If you are interested in hosting students for  to weeks beginning August 10  ije sure to watch this half hour  special to find out more.  hosted the teen show in aid of  ihe Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.  Much gratitude is owed to  Nikki Weber who organized the  event and who gives such training and encouragement to many  young performers on the Sunshine Coasl.  ELPHIE'S CABARET  PRESENTS  The Benders  July 12,13 & 14th  Thurs., Fri., Sat.  CARIBBEAN  TUESDAY       Cf  July 10th  Start Your Week off  Caribbean style  ��� ftaa Foozebell t  Pool Tables  ��� Caribbean Coconut  Wiggle  ��� No Corar Charge  ��� Caribbean Specials  Ml Nlte Longl  WILD WIGGLE  WEDNESDAYS  . Specials All Nlte Long  ��� No Cover Charge  . First Wiggle On Us!  LAOIES loin us lor our  5 ALIVE  glass special  Thurs. July 12th  Chanci to Win Olnnar  lor 2 it Andy's  ������0000  milling  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  am GUIDE  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  Taut  Sunday afternoons are the best times to head out for a leisurely drive with an  interesting destination like the Backeddy Marine Pub in Egmont in mind.  Once there, you aren't rushed. You can enjoy a drink or simply sit on the  outside deck and enjoy the view. We watched a tug pull a barge by as tourists  and locals fished from the dock below us. A bald eagle circled high above,  surveying the scene, and hummingbirds zoomed in for sugar-water from the  feeders hung for them on the deck. Several types of sea-birds, including a  Kingfisher, checked us out also, as we were considering dinner.  We started with the Backeddy's clam chowder, a tasty Manhattan variety  that's generous with the main ingredient, A Caesar salad (with real anchovies!)  was the perfect companion to our entrees, a serving of fresh oysters and a serving of fresh prawns. The seafood was nothing short of absolutely delicious,  and accompanied by melted butter and toasted garlic bread.  It's a pleasure to enjoy fresh prawns and oysters, and the Backeddy prepares  them beautifully. Here I have to admit that I dine at (he Backeddy at every opportunity, but that's only to tell you that, if you're not a seafood lover, the  menu offers a good variety of other options. The Backeddy is famous for ils  burgers, not the least (literally) of which is the Skookumburger.  The Backeddy Marine Pub is located on Maple Road in Egmont, and ihe  food alone, not to mention the peaceful rural atmosphere, is well worth the  drive.  Average meal prices do not include liquor.  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant. Every Wednesday nighl is Prime Rib Nighl. House  specialties include veal dishes, steaks,  seafood, pasla, pizza, Thai food, and lois  eel' NKW dishes. Don't miss Andy's greal  llreineh BulTel every Sunday from  Ilam-2i30. Hwy 101, Gibseens, 886-3388.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and daily  specials are all prepared with the freshest  ingredients - both healthful and delicious.  ���Our whole wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are taked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, lake out orders  for (he ebeach and cappucino are  available. Live entertainment most  weekends. The Qeast's bistro...as unique  as the Ceeasi itself. Mon. 9-5, Tues.  -Thurs. 9-8pm, Fri. & Sat. 9-9pm. Sunday closed. Teredo Square, Sechelt.  885-9962. Reservations recommended.  Coast Cub Cafe- Bright, open,  casual dining for breakfast, lunch and  dinner. Fresh is the order of the day for  all of our menu items. Big burgers, pasta  dishes, sandwiches, salads and a variety  of daily features. An adult environment  with European flair. Open from 5 am daily. Join us for weekend brunch. 5519  Wharf Ave., Sechell, 885-9344. Visa eend  Mastercard accepted - seating for 60.  Blue Heron Inn- For Lunches and  Dinners. Fully Lkamced. For reeserverdoiu  phone Laurie or Headier. 885-3847.  Otek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmospJiere. We serve nek of  lamb, duck, crab, dams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts eCVeek Road and Beech  Avenue - 885-9321. eOpen 6 pm. Ooaed  Mondays & Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 sens.  Lonl Jim's Retort Hotel. a nan-  <Hiil viw of Thonnanby Island and the  iMalaspina Straits set the them for a  tteautiful night oul. Supeer frien<tly peeople,  flue intentatkxud cuisine, comfortable  suiroundinjs, soft music and good wine  always e��ld up to make youre a nigh to  remember. With bve music in our lounaje  etvoy weekend and reaaortfe room rata  with a lieeted swimming pool and pa  room, d our guests fid at lume and ��  llll   IOWN  earn. So, for a nigh out or a get-away  weekend give us a call. Starting June I,  summer hours for the restaurant will be  Breakfast* Ijincti, 7amto2pm; Dinner  6 pm to 10 pm; seven days a week. For  reservations or more information cal  885-7(88.  ^_^^_1^1_r ll - On th*  waterfront with one of the most spectacular views in Oibsons, the Mariners'  specialties in fresh and live seafood, and  also offen a full range of lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change daily,  with deHdous daily specials. Marine  Drive, Otmm Landtag, 886-2334. Mon-  ��Jty to Satiadty: undi 11-3, Monday to  SatunJty: Dfcmer 5-10 and Sunday ��.  Sunday Bennett 11-3.100 sous. V. M.C.  Hie Temce at Bonnlebroeek with  an ocean panorama, The Terrace al Bein-  niebrook, located on the waterfront at  Gower Point, offers superb West Ceeasi  cuisine in a picturesque and relaxing lodge  setting. For dxese seeking finer dining and  a higher Mndaid of service we offer fresh  local BC food, expertly prepared and  (���resented in a varied menu of appetizers,  entrees and desserts for lunch and dinner.  Ralow Oower Point toad to Ocean efcach  Esplanade. Breakfast, 6-9:30; Lunch,  11:30-2; Dinner, 3:30-9:30. Sunday  Btundl, 9-2; Afternoon Tea, Saturday,  2-4. Ooaed .Mondays. Lunch and Dinner  reservations recommended. Business  groups tad receptions welcome. Visa,  M/C, 816-2188.  The Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  Iran eeany table. Continental cuisine and  seafood a its tic*. Sunday Brunch from  II am - 2 pro. Paly licensed and air-  oondetionri. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101. Davis Bay. 885-7283.  Backetddy Pub ��� Enjoy the beautiful  wutcrfront view (eagles and humin-  ingteirds arc a common sight) frrjm the  Backeddy Marine Pub. tinjoy the deck as  well as the separate family dining area,  beetle with a relaxing atmos[itterc. Bring  your appetite for our home-style  Skeeokumburger ier teur greal fish & chips.  We're open for breakfast al 9 a.m. and  dinner is served from II a.m. to 9 p.m.  Located le, mile north of Hgneom on  Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub -  Great food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific daily  specials, available 'till 9 pm every night.  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good times. Sun. - Thurs. open 'till  midnight, Fri. & Sat. open 'till I am.  Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. 8864171.  Irvine's Landing Marine Pub -  Excellent lunches, dinners and appetizers  served in a friendly and casual waterfront  pub setting overlooking the mouth of  render Harbour. Prime rib every Satur-  day. Free moorage available for boaters  visiting with us. We're located at the end  of Irvine's landing Read, and we're open  7 days a week frrjm 11 am to 11 pm. Pub  open llam-llpm. Kitchen open 11am-  10pm. Call 883-1145.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Ixibster House - With a perfext view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere, the Omega is a peeeple-  watchcr's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Lexated in Gibseens  tending at 1538 Gower Point Rd.  88eS-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 11:30 am -10  pm, Fri and Sat 11:30 am - 10:30 pm.  Seats 145.  The Parthenon Greek Taverna  Lexated on the esplanade in downtown  Sechelt. We specialize in Greek Cuisine,  fresh seafexed, sicaks, pasta, and pizza.  Open 6 days a week - Tues. through  Thurs., from 11 am - 10 pm and Fri. &  Sat., II am - II pm. We are open for  lunch - try our daily luncheon specials.  Lunch is served from 11 am - 3 .pm.  Reservations recommended. We also  have take-out - pizza, ribs, pasta, Greek  food and much more! 885-1995 or  885-2833. Katherina - Hostess.  Pronto's Keslaumnls Two locations  to serve you, Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne,  riles, seeuvlaki in a ddightful family at  mosphere. Children's menu available All  dinner entrees include garlic bread and a  choiix: of seeup eer salad. Average family  meal for four about SIS-S20. Located at  Wharf Rd., Sevhelt, 885-1919; and on  Higtiwav 101, across from Gibsons  Medical Clinic, Gibsons, 88MI38.  Ruby Lake Resort - Picturesque  lakeside setting, post-and-beam (lining  room, children's play area and tame  swans are part of Ruby Lake Resort's  charm. Sunday smorgasbord features  baron of beef and other hot meat dishes,  a beautiful salad bar and homemade  desserts. Absolutdy superb prime rib on  Friday. Breakfast from 6:30 am, lunch  from 11 am and dinner from 4:30 to 8  pm. Daily specials, licenced, reasonable  prices, menus have something for  everyone, on and off-premises catering.  Hwy 101 just north of lender Harbour,  good highway access and parking for  vehicles of all sizes. 883-2269.  MT IN ��� 1AKI OCT  .Ernie & Gwen's Drive In- Take  out, or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice  cream. Free home delivery within 4 miles,  after 6 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under $10. Open  late every night. Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-7813. 16.  Coast News, July 9,1990  Judy Jones took the prize in 1990's RCMP Ladles Fishing Derby  (sere adjacent story).  Slo-pitch ball  THIS WEEK'S GAMES:  Monday, July 9 - Wahoos vs.  GAB at Langdale N; Pigs vs.  Wrecks al Langdale S; Blasters  vs. Cedars al Brothers Park.  Play-offs: Wednesday, July  11 - (game 1) 5th vs. 12th al  Brothers 2; (game 2) 6th vs.  11th al Brothers 3; (game 3) 7th  vs. 10th at Langdale N; (game  4) 8th vs. 9th al Langdale S.  Thursday, July 12 - (game 5)  1st vs. winner game 4 al  Langdale N; (game 6) 2nd vs.  winner game 3 at Langdale S.  Sunday, July 15 - 3rd vs. winner game 2 al Langdale N; 4th  vs. winner game I at Langdale  S.  j^NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  ���^ New Testament Church  Sechelt Arena  Sun. Worship Service      10:30 am  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morn ing Prayer 6:30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat.  New Lite Christian Academy  Enrolling Kindergarten ��� Grade 12  Pastor Ivan Fox  Principal. Davis Cliff  Phone 8854775 or 885-2672  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15 am  SundaySchool 11:15am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  Sunday School 9:30 am  Rev Stan Sears  Church Telephone 8e36-2333  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  School Rd., opposite RCMP  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Oflice 886-7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 886.3499  Affiliated with Ihe Pentecostal  Assemblies ol Canada  CHRISTIAN  SCIENCE SOCIETY  in Ihe Greene Court Hall  Medusa St., Sechelt.  Sunday Services 11:00 am  For inlormation, please call  885-2506 or 885-3688  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: .986-2611  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Worship Service 11:00am  Hour of Inspiration 7:00 pm  Cal Mclver. Pastor  Arlys Peters, Music Minister  "The Bible as it Is...  lor People as they are."  LIVING FAITH  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & Coast Highway  Davis Bay 885-2202  Rev. Frank W. Schmltt, Pastor  Sunday Worship 11:00 am  Vacation Church School  July 23 to 27  For information call 885-5792  Come Grow With Us  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  SI. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aidan's, Rot>erts Creek  Rev. Esther North 886-7410  The Anglican Parish ol  St. Aidan & St. Bartholomew  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  Lagoon Road. Madeira Park  Morning Worship 10:00 am  Prayer & Bible Study  Wednesday 7:30 pm  883-2374 & 883-9441  Pasior Mike Klassen  Affiliated with Ihe Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30 am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm In homes  Wednesday  Bible Sludy 7:30 In homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Paster  885-7488 Office 885-9707  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  In Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning  Worship Service KMS am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  dTHE ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  SL Hilda's - Sechelt  1st Sunday ��� Aug. 5, Sept. 2  9 am H.E. & M.P.  Olher Sundays  8 & 9:30 am H.E. & M.P.  SL Andrew's ��� Pender Harbour  Regular Sun. Worship     11:30 am  885-5019 Rev. June Maffln  "We extend a  Warm Welcome to all"  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  6:30 pm Pender Harbour  Sunday  8:45 am Indian District  9:45 am Holy Family Sechelt  11:15 am St. Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st i. 3rd Sat. 44:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's, Gibsons  US-9S26  Ladles fishing derby  braves the elements  Wild winds blew, rain tame  in torrents and the tide ran swift  while whales passrf through  our favourite fishing holes, but  somehow we manage an extremely successful 1990 Ladin  Fishing Derby on the June 1  week-end.  One hundred and seventy-  eight participants braved the  seas, managing to catch a grand  total of 30 salmon. An array of  prized donated by local and out-  of-town businesses were ad-  mire*d all weekend; but that  didn't help Judy Jones make a  speed decision when her 17 Ib.  15 oz. salmon tunwd out to ebe  the winner. Judy eventually  chose a set of golf clubs as her  prize, which was purchased by  the .Derby Committee and the  ladies from the vessel  "Tontine".  Carol Clark of Vernon was  not far behind with a 16 lb.  14'/: oz. beauty which allowed  her to take the 20" colour TV  with remote; a purchase again  by the [Derby Committee, but  made .possible by a large grant  from our Gibsons Sueper-Valu.  This was Carol's first-ever  salmon!  Third place went to Nancy  Vogt of Gibsons with a 16 Ib. 11  oz. and Nancy chose the Ghetto  Blaster donated by GBS  The Maverick Bus Tours'  7-day trip for two to Reno was  picked up by Pat Parker with  her 14 lb. 15 oz. salmon. Accompanying this prize was dinner for two donated by 'Fitzgerald's Casino/Hotel' in  Reno worth over $100.  The Sunbeam gas barbeque  hidden weight prize, graciously  donated by Howe Sound Pulp  & Paper Ltd., was presented to  Donna Young for her catch of 6  Ib. 2!/ioz.  A special thank-you goes out  io all the businesses and individuals who donated such  wonderful prizes to our derby,  causing so many agonizing decisions. A special thank you as  well to all who provided services  and assistance. Without you,  the week-end would never have  been the sucotss it was.  Although nature wasn't  cooperative, the Pre-Derby  Wine and Cheese social on Friday night was 'bright'! Hot  pink was the colour of the day,  forcing some ladie-s to go home  and get this year's commemorative sweatshirt so they  wouldn't feel out of place. Reno  type activities were enjoyed by  mfiny participants. Play money  was won and later taught many  different goodies at the end of  ihe evening to be taken aboard  the next morning.  New Dawn Caterers provitted  a tasty addition to the evening  with their generous donation of  delicious meats and cheeses.  Our 1990 Theme Sweatshirt  was designed by Melanie Hill  and superbly printed by Carol  at Gambier Island Silkscreens.  After a long day on the seas,  the ladies relumed to the Lejgion  Saturday night and found  themselves in another  sea...balloons, this time,  floating gracefully about the  hall, adding to the festive atmosphere.  Once again New Dawn Caterers supplied a scrumptious  meal after which the ladies supplied their own entertainment in  conjunction with a 'Laser  Karaoke' machine, donated by  Elphie's Cabaret. Armed with  Iheir best singing voices, the  party continued until after midnight.  Sunday found only the brave  fishing outside the gap, with all  the other boats tucked inside the  harbour, trying to stay dry in a  no-win situation. For some it  was a relief to return to shore  for the 2 pm weigh-in deadline,  then back to the hall to honour  those lucky (or skillful) enough  to bring in a fish.  Another year, another derby  over, and another great time  had by all. Even though many  ladies missed out on the 'big  one', we left with a sweatshirt,  some good memories, and a lot  of anticipation for next year.  **M-." Thanks     -������8,)c*  I would like to express my appreciation to all the Merchants  of Sunnycrest Mall for both their ejood wishes & the beautiful  plaejeec which was presented to me upon my retirement, after  13 years of service.  Sepcclul thanks to my staff: Rob Hitchcock, my security mine  for ell his extra help; My .bookkeeper, Sue McLean for keeping  my books on track; My Janitors, Don, RobG., Margaret, IteiliS  Ken. Also many thanks to all the contractors whom over the  years were always there, ready with their excellent urvtcc tee  help whenever needed.  Good luck to the new owners, Boultbce Swret & to the new  manager. Rick Wheeler. All the Best.  Thank you one and all. Jim Mullen  EARLY BIRD  GOLF     (  MEMBERSHIPS  PROPOSED  SECHELT GOLF COURSE  If you are interested in  golfing in your  community, you should  consider this offer.  Substantial savings on  Initiation Fees to the  first 100 members. For  further information  call 885-9417 or  evenings 885-1939.  Gibsons  Swimming Pool  Call 886-9415 lor further Information  Summer Schedule  July 2 - July 27  MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY  7:30-8:30 Early Bird Swim  (Lengths)  8:30-9:30 Aqua-Fit  9:30-12:30 Lessons  12:30-1:30 Noon Swim  TUESDAY & THURSDAY  9:30-12:30 Lessons  We are now taking Registration tor an  N.L.S. (pool option) course to be held this  tall. If Interested please call 886-9415. See  Lynn Giampa for further Information. Minor Ball wraps up season  Coast News. July 9. 1990  17.  by Susan Underwood  The regular season for minor  ball in Gibsons is over for 1990.  Twenty-four teams of boys and  girls play<ed in five different  divisions. The season end tournaments were held June 22 and  24.  PONY DIVISION  (13-14 yeear olds)  This was our first year for  this division with three teams  .participating. The season winners were NRS Gibsons Realty  with 16 points. The Ironworkers  had 12 points, and Gibsons  Legion had eight points.  In the tournament final  game, an exceedingly well-  played and exciting game, Gibsons .Legion triumplKd over the  Ironworkers by one point only!  (score 7-6).  For the Legion ��� Most  Valuable (MV), Brad Wingfield; Most Improved (MI),  Jesse Agnew; Most Sportsmanship (MS), Chad Lamarche.  Ironworkers - MV, Matt  Chalmers; MI, Andrew Allen;  MS, Adam Gibson.  NRS - MV, Ryan Dempster;  MI, Kyle Wannamaker; MS,  Mike Pedersen.  BRONCO DIVISION  (11-12 year olds)  Devlins played well  throughout their 18 season  games and took first place for  the season with 26 points.  SuperValu at 18 points and  Sunnycrest Mall at 17 -eoints  had a running battle for second  place during the final two  weeks. Kerns trailed with 11  points.  In the tournament round-  robin Sunnycrest Mall was  fourth and SuperValu was  third. Kerns came on strong  winning two out of three games  to place in the first-second game  against Devlins. Devlins again  played superb becoming the  tournament victors.  Devlins - MV, Bryson Hill;  MI, John Mowbray; MS, Mike  Lowden.  Kerns - MV, Nathan de Boer;  MI, Marc Chapman; MS, Summer Hay.  SuperValu - MV, Kelly  Sawatski; Ml, Conde Brown;  MS, Leon Wright.  Sunnycrest Mall - MV, Willie  Skytte; MI, Leah Knowles; MS,  Oorge Tjensvold.  MOSQUITO DIVISION  (9-10 year olds)  Three out of six tennis were  ve*ry close for the season winning with the final games dettr-  mining the season winner to be  Blue Wave Taxi with 29 points.  Onuga with 28 points came in  second, then Parcxan with 27  points, .Pronto's with 21 points,  Howe Sound .Pulp eft Parjer with  11 points, and Ebons with four  points.  The tournament surprise was  HSP&P playing their hearts out  and .becoming the challengers in  the first-second game against  Blue Wave Taxi. This exciting  game ended with Blue Wave  Taxi winning by one point at the  end of six well-played innings.  Tournament standings were  Blue Wave Taxi, Howe Sound  Pulp & Paper, Omega,  Pronto's, Elsons, and Pdrocan.  Blue Wave Taxi - MV,  Jeremy Ruck; Ml, Kirsten  Salmon; MS, Quinn Shields.  HSP&P - MV, Michael Husband; MI, Wendy Lucas; MS,  Daniel Giesbrecht.  Omega - MV, Steve Stevenson; MI, Amanda Saigran; MS,  Scott Bishop.  Pronto's: MV, Blair Chapman; MI, Martin Hanson; MS,  Kelly Hazeldine.  Elsons-MV, Tim Albus; MI,  Kurt Chapman; MS, Raymond  Blake.  Petrocan   -   MV,   Michael  Sopow; MI, Travis Dempster;  MS, Charles Kasnik.  TADPOLE DIVISION  (7-8 year olds)  Congratulations to the Electric Co. for their double win of  the season and the tournament.  Season final standings were  Electric Co., Truffles, legion,  Mounlies, Gibsons Realty, and  the Kinsmen.  The tournament was lots of  fun and there was'a good turnout of parents and spectators.  The partial round-robin tournament standings were the Electric  Co., Truffles, Kinsmen, Mounlies, .Legion, and Gibsons Realty.  MINI-TAD DIVISION  (5-6 year olds)  Our five Mini-Tad teams,  Sunshine Grocers, Gibsons  Building Supplies, Mary's  Variety, Ernie & Gwen's Drive-  in, and Ken's Lucky Dollar held  exhibition gamers Saturday and  Sunday to the delight of all.  These fine young players are  our all-stars of tomorrow.  Special thanks to Ernie &  Gwen's Drive-In for the  barebecue and watermelons enjoyed by all the Tadpoles and  Mini-Tads and their families,  tven reeally appreciate his gift  from the Tadepoles.  Thanks to all the parent  Relerence: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  For Steookumcleule Narrowa add  e hr. 40 mm. plua 5 mire, for each fl. of rlm,  and 7 mire, tor tacle fl. of fill   TIDELINE MARINE  5637 Wharf Rd., Sechell  885-4141  9.9X  ���FINANCING  OAC -1 Year Term  (Boats In Stocky  Sunthlna Oust  Hot Spots end Hints  j LOCATION: PRODUCTION:  Camp Byng FAIR   , Davit �����!�� FAIR  ;<lTfl I Tnl Wind FAIR  ��   rl��   I**"1*-" f����  ������"    \ JL vi   I ** "*" FW��  '.   .^DWV   ��� Epum PUnt FAIR  '     "*W\m    ��� UiquwU Island  *  I Taxada Island  | Bargain Harbour FAIR  ..FAIR  After a slow weekend, we received positive reports of Spring in  good numbers at the outer islands. Texada and Lasqueti are all  still producing springs with a chance of Coho.  Jenkins and Se-Egg rocks are the hottest spots for Coho, the  farther North, the better the Coho.  Local spots - Pirate, Merry, Trail, Byng are all producing some  Spring - Coho's are still fairly scarce.  SPECIAL    of  WFEK  TRAIL BAY ffi  SePORTS '^  %J%   lyn I W <����ii av! i rowvii  volunteers - coaches, assistant  coaches, helpers, umpires,  storekeepers, and off the field  organizers.  .Extra spewial thanks to those  who have no children in ball  who steppd in and filled the  need for coaches and umpires.  The Pony All-Stars and the  Bronco try-outs for the All-Star  learn are now practicing for the  zone tournaments to be held the  last weekend of July on the  mainland.  Remember - registration for  the 1991 seasons happens in late  February, rarly March, don't  miss out!!  From London* Ontario  LO It*  ���^i'tAiUiO ~]|)  The Carelul Movers  Whether your next move takes you across the world or to a new  hometown In Canada, choose Allied. More lhan 1,100 Allied  representatives Is one reason why Allied moves twice as many  families as any other mover.  Call today lor a Iree no obligation estimate.  LEI URN'S TRANSFER LTR.  Custom (tacking, atoretga, local * long dlatanc* moving.  HWY 101. GIRSONS       *KISKSSSP RR6-2664  SC   GOLF  AND COUNTRY CLUB  Doan takes tournoy  by Frank Ni  The Kay Butler tournament  was won by J.san l>an with a  low net of 134 with Wilma Sim  in second place with a net 136  over the two days of play.  First flight winners were Pat  Vaughan (N139) followed by  Phil Hendy (N141) and Mary  Horn (N142).  Second flight was won by  Rita Hincks (N139) followed by  Marg Skelcher (N147) and S.  Gray-Moir with net 148.  In third flight came Barb  Lawrence (N139) with second  going to Vona Clayton (N147)  and third to Joyce McMillan  (N148).  Fifty-three senior men turned  out on Thursday, June 28 to  Pender  regatta  by Diane While  The Malaspina Annual  Regatta, sponsored by the  Pender Harbour Power and Sail  Squadron, was held July 1.  Twelve boats raced for four  hours over a modified Olympic  course which unfortunately had  to be shortened due to lack of  wind.  Near .perfect conditions, but  not quite! It is rumoured that  swim power was used by somi'  unscrupulous skippers!!  The race was followed by a  barbecue at Farrington Cove.  Spratd thanks to Rita and Beth  and all the members who made  this a splendid finish to a perfect  day.  Results: Line honours and  overall winner - Zorro  Szabados; Class I, Over 40 Feet,  Tom Barker, BC Navigator,  Rick Reynolds, Interlude II;  Class II, 35-40 Feet, GB  Reynolds, Aloha III, Peter Ben-  jafield, Mala Star, Class HI,  30-34 Feet, Lionel Cook,  Tatoosh II, Ray Lee, Fandango, Tad Barton, Tama II;  Class IV, Under 29 Feet, Zorro  Szabados, Starlight, Harold  Lennox, Chyka.  Special thanks to Bill Keim  for the use of Farrington Cove.  Perpetual Trophy - Ron Prat-  chett, and many, many more,  too numerous to mention.  Wzes - Lowe's Resort,  Pender Harbour Diesel, Centre  Hardware and Gifts, Garden  toy Pub, Sunshine Plumbing,  Marina Pharmacy, AC Building  Suppliers, John Henry Marina,  Pender Harrjour Restaurant,  WG Sutherland, Oak Tree  Market, Penderosa Grocery,  IGA, Patty Malcolm, and Ray  Phillips.  ( miSj  \('tis  NOTICE  BOARD  brave the elements with Bill Ut-  terback taking the Spalding  Green Dot for closest to the  hole.  Yes, fellows, he did give me  the ball he won and I am certain  that ball goes further than any  other in my t>ag (if that means  anything).  The best foursome was skipped by Lyall Nanson along with  Lome Blain, Stan Patterson,  and George Cooper. Lome told  me he had a very enjoyable time  with that foursome, so I decided  to mention it here as Lome  usually has a bwf when playing  with Lyall's older brother.  .Second plare team had Bill  Gibbons, Jim Buntain, Harry  Woodman and Andy (The  Great) Gray playing together!  Wood tees went to Lloyd  Breedan, Gene Johnson and Bill  Lawrence.  The Twilighters of June 25  had Elsie Cupit and partner  George Bayford taking first  place. .Low putts went to .Edna  Fisher and Harry Johnson with  a low 15. This week's sepecial  event, a men's closest to the pin,  went to George Bayford. The  prize was donated by Milore  Nursery.  Etiquette got a boost when  the Blackheath Club (the oldest)  adjured in 1844: "Whilst any  person is in the est of striking  the ball, everyone should not be  . stroking aloud."  eSroup  For Into Jennifer 688-8329.  ���hm OtMe* Ratar Skating and  skateboard rink open In the summer,  tin to 7|m, 7 days a week. Let the  good limes roll.  Immune Caatt Peace CemmlttH will  nol be having meetings In July and  August.  SeM you In September.  em (Caatt MmUIn ta Prelect the  Mrmmt*) will forego Its regular  mattings this summer to help organize  tha Save Ihe Georgia Strait Marathon  * Emrlronmenlal Fair. Call 885-9473,  888-7558 or 885-7502 and gel involved In Hilt exciting .went!  eHtt-NaW Oott Thursday, July 19,  Gibsons Health Unit, 7-9 pm,  everyone mnUcome. To register call  Wendy Burlin 885-7132.  tntMM Caatt Ubarel Aiiecntleii  luncheon meeting, Sunday, July 15,  baji avi t rcrmun \i   '���.rr.uni      n%  Service  Centre  Expansion  DWAYNE HURFORD  Service Manager  [TilBl  Book An Appointment  PresentThis Ad  Call Now 886-3433  LUKE GORDON  Head Technician  l\  GOOD OLD FASHIONED  SERVICE j  ��� SERVICE LOANERS ��� PICK-UP AND DELIVERY  ��� ALL CARS HAND-WASHED AND VACUUMED  ��� WE GO ALL OUT FOR  YOUR BUSINESS  1028 Hwy. 101. Gibsons       Dealer so  4\>.   CUSTOMER  CARE ��������  For All Your  Paving Needs Call  RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL  ��� FREE ESTIMATES  ��� QUALITY WORKMANSHIP  ��� SPECIALISTS IN THE RESURFACING OF OLD  ASPHALT/CONCRETE  ��� BOBCAT SERVICE  Sechelt      885-5111  Vancouver 327-7996  Satisfaction Guaranty - We Use Gov't Approved Materials Only  eKeMManaaiMkakaiMyit Coast News. July 9,1990  SUNNYCREST  COUPON GOOD for the "old fashioned" prices advertised on  these two pages.  COME IN and find your favourite Antique  Then chock out these  "Old Fashioned" prices  from these participating  mall merchants.  Scarves'  50%  Vgf^ Oltfico'fi ataual Wear  pM Old Fashioned Pric  Y "Virginia's Handmade S  40%  ks*  Oltfristine'B (gifts  (iff with coupon  pr w% off ^  Anything  ���ft^lcC^-   3,|n0*r,< *KgP., ^fj*jji)��.  WWi  Gooey Hoh Lures  Spin N' Glo Lures  Hulk Hoochies  Large Lures  M^^^ry. (SibBono f amilQ &portB  Sr  J    4   ^w >  ., ^ e'ill vour |)(trtv  I "* (e'oodv BdK.s  tiitli favours at our Old   1 Cl/  v Fashioned price o/:      JL J ei  v^^_   ��ranbma'a (Dog Box  iRnoal <Eitg Antique  AND FINE FURNISHING LTD.  SHOW & SALE!  now at SUNNYCREST MALL  JULY 9 - JULY U  Tremendous Selection of Antique & Reproduction  solid oak       Furnishings as well as Bronze Sculptures  framed oil paintings and Works of Art  rFAMILV SIZE  DINING TABLE  Solid oik veneered family sin  dining table on trestle pedestal  bate, with leaves 8 feet In length  Closed 42"k80" wilh Iwo 18"  extension leaves.  $695  W they don't  make them like  they used to?  SOMETHING NEW...  An old fashioned oak roll lop desk fitted for  the computer age!  Features:  ��� Double pedestal 80" roll lop desk In  golden oak  ��� Cenlre drawer fitted tor keyboard  ��� Right hand pedestal fitted for computer  keyboard  ��� Fitted lop for computer  Sale $1495  This magnllicenl Bronze casting of  the, Bronco Busier' after Frederic  Jackrlder Remington,stands 31" in  height, sculptured in 9 parts copper  1 pari line, and chased in the same  manner as the original; this it truly  a masterpiece and depicts the contest between cowboy & horse that  only Remington, could portray - The  original recently sold at Auction,  tor 1 million, 400 thousand, not exactly affordable for us regular folks  - But I am sure .Remington would  approve of a limited production  allowing us mortals a chance to appreciate his art On sale now tor only 13,495.00 limited production  limited oflerlng by Ihe Henry Bon  nard Bronze Foundry -  ���A VARIETY OF SCULPTURE WILL BE SHOWN, AT SHOW & SALE SUNNYCREST MAl  IDEAL FOR APARTMENTS  42" OAK DINING TABLE  18" LEAF  MW FRONT 0��K  GLASS CHINA  CABINET  32"W, 14"D, M"H  $695  WHILE THEY LAST   $U��Jv  COFFEE $329  SOLID OAK  English Windsor  Bade Dining Clean.  Reg 122�� ucle  Sal*  $139  Our linesl quality  leather wing-back  lounge chair wilh  lulled back and  Chippendale show  wood legs  No. 68 Tulle-el  Chippendale W>"ee  Overall  H41 W33 0JJ  Inside  Seel Height 20  W26 02I  Aim Helghl 26  REDUCED FROM  S289S  ON SALE  $1595  LAMP TABLE  $299  STARBURST  OAK OCCASIONAL"  TABLES  PURCHASE SET OF THREE $695  ftotfal Ctftfl Antique and fine furnishing ltd.  We Buy Quality Antiques  Doughnut & Coff,  75��  f-W^  (Subbb'b Bel. & fctiackern  *�� ** n /     0ff any i ioaf 0f      \  25%  Colourful Vinyl  Placements for  the Summtr at  Limit 4 per coupon     No Ralnchecks  ,^*nbta0 Home Mar&uiare^Tj  loaf of  bread ��� your choice  Super Bargains  at the Vintage  Price of  -^*$  n  "$18.90"  flwuK.ro QUotying (group  E22S-  ���MMM Coast News, July 9,1990  to our  BIGGEST EVER  tunder One Roof Now 'till Saturday, July 14th  MALL  Where happy/endings  q  Keepers $  {���'^C.' 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B.C VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2199  Van Foil lire 684-8016  Unique 3 BDRM, 3 BAFH Home.  Spectacular view Approx 2500  sq. It. 883-9418 ��� 988-4310.  ss  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  ���IN PENDER HARBOUR���  The Coast News  (Madeira Park Shopping Cenlre) 883-9099  Marina Pharmacy 883 ms  AC Building Supplies 883-9551  ���IN HALFMOON BAY ���  B&J Store 885-9435   IN SECHELT   The Coast News  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930   IN DAVIS BAY   Peninsula Market 885-9721  ���IN WILSON CREEK   Wilson Creek Campground 885-5937  ���IN ROBERTS CREEK���  Seaview Market 885-3400   IN GIBSONS   The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  NOON SATURDAY  AT COAST NEWS OFFICES  SECHELT & GIBSONS  Pender Harboui, 2 bdrm mobile  Ion private lol. $40,000  276-2338 #28sr  View lol above hwy   opposite  holel overlooking Pender Harbour. $28,000 080 885-9778.  e��27sr  5 acre corner lot close to  Langdale Ferry. Price $73,000  886-9049 (owner I  MOsr  5 acres ALR. view, hydro, merchantable timber. Roberts Creek,  $79,000.886-3422 #27sr  Lot 100x250' Southwood Rd.,  close to school. 885-9323.  #28sr  Cleared lol on cul-de-sac. Field  Rd area, potential view, services  available. $22,900. 885-5861.  #28sr  Beautilul treed lot in Creekside.  Fully serviced. Backs onto ravine.  private sale 1 530-6207   #28sr  Lot for sale by owner, cleared,  serviced, close lo school, Grand-  view Heights. Gibsons. $35,000,  886-3591 #29sr  View lot in Sandy Hook, easy to  build on, $28,000. 493-6866.  493-0772 #29sr  Large lot Sandy Hook Rd.. ocean  view. Asking $22,000.  885-2610 #30sr  5.1 acres $59,000 close to lerry,  1000' Road homage. Hydro.  886-9049. #30sr  Revenue Property For Sale. e3y  appointment only. $225,000.  Serious inquiries only. No agents  please. 886-4859. #28  By owner. Newer, 2 2drm, home  on acreage. Many extras.  883-2977 evenings. #29  Wanted to exchange! 2 bdrm.  home in Roberts Creek lor same  in Vancouver. 430-5373.      #29  ft acre treed lot, corner Fawn  and Cooper Roads. $28 500  487-4487 #29  Cochrane   Road.   Good,   large  building lot. Close lo marina &  beaches $27,500. 885-4501.  #31ss  Prime acreage with buildings, by  appl. only, serious inquires  please, no agents 886-9959 #30  3 bdrm. 1ft bath, rec room,  Creekside Cres.. Gibsons, must  sell. $98,900. 885-4794.     #30  Brad. Wendy & Kayla Matthews  are pleased lo announce the arrival ol John Garret, born June  14.1990, weighing 10 lbs. 102.  Grandparents are Doreen and Ray  Harris ol Hopkins Landing & Ron  & Marj, McNIchol ol North Vancouver. #28  OPEN HOUSE  Sunday  July 15,1 ��� 3 pm  1342 Sunshine  Coasl Highway  GIBSONS REALTY  Kathi Webster  886.2277  By owner, serviced level lot,  70'x150', Gale Rd.. Wesl Porpoise Bay. Sechell, $22,500.  885-3437. #29sr  2 bdrm. townhouse. upper Gibsons within walking distance to  school and shopping. Available  Sept. $69,500. 886-7444. #29sr  Home w/view, duplex-type, ban-  dyman's special, private  driveway, Granlhams, $59,000  OBO. 886-7400. #28  By owner. 2 2-bdrm, 1 yr. old  townhouses. Twin Oaks Village,  sell as revenue properly only,  leased to June 1991, 12ft'/.  assumable lor 1 yr.. $96,500 and  $105,500 lirm. 886-7789. No  agenls. #28  Pender Harbour view lol, serviced  to border, uncleared. $29,900.  270-2958/883-9095.       #29sr  We wish to publicy praise God,  Ihe Giver ol all lile, lor Ihe birth ot  Brenden Lee, on June 3. 1990;  weighing in al 8 lbs.. 7ft oz.,  and eagerly welcomed by Jocelyn  and Jerel. We are grateful to Dr.  Rogers (tor making it just in time)  and the stall bl SI. Mary's to help  facilitate this blessing Irom God.  Rev. Ed & Ruth Peters.      #28  Obituaries  HEBERT: passed away July 2,  1990, Joseph Arthur Hebert, late  of Roberts Creek, aged 70 years.  Survived by a son Dave of CoquiUam and a daughter Judy ol  Burnaby No service by request.  Private cremation arrangements  through Devlin Funeral Home.  Remembrance donations may be  made to the B.C. Lung Association. #28  The B.C. & Yukon Heart Fund  welcomes 'In Memorlam' donations. Please send cheque to Box  1525, Gibsons, giving your name  and that ol the deceased's next ol  kin, whose address please supply so that a card may be sent.  #28  BROPHY: passed away July 5.  1990. Anna Brophy, late ol  Sechelt. aged 86 years. Survived  by one son Bruce & wile Carol of  Sechelt; one daughter Kathy &  husband Morris Hoskins ol Trail:  and grandchildren. A kind and  loving soul who will be missed by  all who knew her. Service was  held Sunday. July 8 in the Chapol  ol Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons.  Reverend Stan Sears officiated.  Cremation. ,,     #28  The Beat Deal Atowtd.  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  S/IOO  4  (minimum) (or 10 words  25'  each additional word  'Berths Lost H Found FREEH  "Suite SdT  CLASSIFIEDS  Pail for 2 weeks, gel Ihe 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be       a  PRE-PAID before insertion  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted    ���  s15oo  SIOO  up to 10 words  each additional word  Yeeue del featuring 1 item eeeely. well eun 4 con-  si-e uleve' weeks, then evell be cancelled unleees  veiu ensliucl us lee eeneev 11 BY NOON  SATURDAY. iNeet available tee commercial  advertisers)  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & secheit offices Noon Saturday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Madeira Park Shopping Centre 883-9099,  Cowrie St.. Sechelt 885-3930  Cruice Lane. Gibsons  886-2622  FAX: 886-7725  Available for public  Pender Harbour Office  FRIDAY 4:30 pm  Thank Vou  Mr. & Mrs. Harold Wray wish to  thank all our family and friends  lor making our wedding day  special #28  Special thank you to Dr Burlin,  Ihe nurses and therapist who  made my stay in St. Mary's  Hospital so much more bearable.  Iris Smith. #28  STARS AND THANKS  From the girls at the Credit Union  to Lowe's Resort. Thanks lor the  table! #28  Are you in an unhappy relation,  ship' Call the Transition House  lor Iree confidential counselling.  885-2944. TFN  Do you need some inlormation lo  deal with your legal problem? Call  Ihe Legal Inlormation Service  8S9-SSS1; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  31 year old male interested in finding female dancer, ballroom and  Latin. 886-4727. #28  N/S N/D male parent enjoys the  simple things in lile. Many in-  terests. Looking tor lady 40 �� to  share friendship and possible  relationship. Let's get together  lor coflee. Box 343, c/o Coast  News. Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0 #28  Sunshine Coast Single Parents  Association invites everyone to an  evening of fine dining and lecture  by Dr. Annelisse Robens for an  enjoyable, humourous and inspiring presentation on 'building  communications'. For reservations, Linda 886-4662,       #30  TO VOUR HEALTH  Herbs have been used ever the  centuries because they provide  health-seekers with a natural  simplicity that is in harmony with  the needs ol lite. VITOL 27 Is a  specially formulated herbal mixture. Call 886-8376 for information. #30  Announcements  .www  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS ltd.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment ,y*��  Friendly Paints        /'\    *fc.  In All Colours 01 ��� '���    , \WG  JheHatnboM ,','A        u  including Gieen > |f ^/  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-2923  Res. 885-5058  Modco acrylic stucco textured  coalings. Raincoat Paints. Coast  sales rep. J. Boe. 886-7955.  #29  Michael Hamer Registered  Manage Therapist. Massage,  Reiki, Rebirthing. By appointment: 886-7589. #30  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-7272, 886-2954.  TFN  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885-7484. Al-Aleen  886-2565. TFN  Phone us today about our selection  ol  beautilul personalized  wedding  invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeanmes Gifts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Adult children ol Alcoholics or  distunctional families please call  885-5281 or 886-8165 lor help.  TFN  BudRiks  I   VIDEOGAMES  I     CASSETTES  Ur ���* J  885-4888  PSYCHIC READING  Phone for appointments or inlormalion. 885-4883. #28  TOTS N TRENDS  Ladles casual wear, summer  sample, sell out sale ft price and  less. 886-7789. #28  COLD READING  A theatre experience, Sunshine  Coast Arts Centre. 8 pro, Friday,  July 13, $8 at tin door. For inlo  call Sandle 885-3891. #28  Gibsons'best kepi secret Is out!!  Lose up to 31 lbs. in one month.  Doctor produced and doctor  recommended. Call 24 hours toll  free 1-978-3092. 129  Announcements  We are overstocked!  COME & SEE  OUR BARGAINS  Btessers  Recking Chairs  Hecerds  Ms a Pans  Bedding a Linens  New Selection Ot  OLD  SHEET MUSIC  DAILY WORD AND UNITY  MAGAZINE readers - and all who  wish to explore Unity ideas - Call  lor information about Study and  Mastermind groups and Sunday  meetings. Donnle or Dudley.  886-9194. #30  SCANDINAVIAN NEWS  Pasior Svend Faarvang Irom the  Danish Lutheran Church in Van.  would like to give Sunday services in Sechelt. covering the  Sunshine Coast. All Danes &  Scandinavians interested please  phone 885-2908. Schedule TBA.  #30  Siamese cat (lemale). Ruby Lake  area. Missing since long  weekend. 883-1118. #28  1 ft yr. cocker spaniel shepherd  cross, blk & brown, red collar  Lbwer Gibsons, "Mike".  886-9766. #28  Lost at boat launch at end of  Sakinaw Lake Rd., tackle box lull  ol fishing gear. Reward. Call  883-9988 eves #29  Tennis raquef at Cedaf Grove  school Sat.. June 30. 886-9801.  #28  Sealpoint X kilten 5-6 months  old. North Rd. by trailer court,  reward. 886-3629. #28  Bracelet, line gold chain with gold  beads, lost around Sunnycrest  Mall. July 5.886-9358.       #28  I pr. black and white Plana swim  linsat Davis Bay. a sad loss tor a  young boy Reward. 885-4059.  885-4430. #28  A watch in the photo shop in Sunnycrest Mall, please contact  Heather with description.  886-8190. #28  8. Livestock  JM'AGUf  Bright, Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pet Foods  886-8568  Sunshine Coast Equestrian Club  summer show. July 15, 1990.  Judge Doug Reid. For mor| information 886-2001 or 885-3896.  #28  Reg. Eng. Mastiff 5 yr. old male.  Exc. with children and livestock  $250.886-8822 anylime.     130  Chickens, exotic breds. S3 each.  1 monlh old. 886-2922.  #28  "~       PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET, IAMS,  TECHNI-CAL. NUTRO-MAX.  PURINA, WAYNE.  Also lull line ol bird seed  And much more.  Quality Farm 1 Garden  Supply Ud.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then et Now Furniture,  699  Highway   101,  Gibsons.  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  Help reduce the pet overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pet. TFN  14 monlh old Dorset ram, open lo  oilers, to a good home.  885-5910. #28  2 Yr. mule, gelding; split cedar  rails $2.50 each; 10" meat saw,'  never used $400. 883-2977.  #29  &  livestotk  PB Reg. German Shepherd pups,  Sunnydale Kennels. General  Delivery, Sechelt, Hwy. tot. I  mile past Redroolls Rd #29  Free to good home. 10 wk. old  kitten, orange; black male lab/  retriever cross, 10 mos. old  (neut I 885-3600. #29  Puppies.  Blue Heeler/Lab X,  gentle nalured. $10. 885-7588.  #28  Purebred Sheltie pups lor sale.  886-8493. #30  Registered Pomerian pup. male,  has shots, $500.886-3521. #30  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Sunshine Piano Service  Tuning 8, repairs, refinishing.  Free estimates. 885-3168.    #29  Large light weight tent, colour  TV, leather couch, coleman  stove. 885-5717. #28  Used float for private moorage,  app. 10' x 20' or W.H.Y? Call  collect. Ian 873-8750, eves. #28  WANTED  50 overweight people to lose  10-29 lbs. per month safely.  100% guaranteed, Dr. recommended. Call toll Iree  1-978-3088. #28  FIREWOOD - 2 cord alder, 1ft  cord fir, split and delivered.  885-4878 eves. #28  Free kittens, 5 cute kittens, 4  weeks old need homes with caring owners. You'll love them.  886-8923 eves. #29  Cat and kittens, I dozen to  choose Irom. 886-8917.      #28  2goats. B86-80e%4  #30  Moving: Border collie, 8 mos..  good watchdog, not recommended lor young children 886-8871.  #28  Garage Sales  Sat. 10-4 pm. 806 O'Shea.  Cheap furniture, tools, kids'  stuff, etc. #28  Sun., July 15. 10-3 pm. 7805  Lohn Rd.. off Redrooffs.      #28  Moving sale - 931 Davis Road,  deep freeze, barbecue,  household 8. shop effects, July  14&15,10-2pm. #28  July 14-15, 10-2pm, 3 tamllles,  4807Whlttaker, Davis Bay.   #28  3-lamlly sale - 1596 Grady Rd.,  Langdale, July 14. 9-1, follow  signs from lerry terminal.     #28  Barter 8.  Trade  1980 Yamaha 650 Special, approx. value $800. Irade lor small  sailboat, canoe or other small  boat, or WHY. 883-2952,     #30  Section sola, floral, earth tones,  hardwearlng fabric, $300; exercize bike $85; Husquavana - gas  weed eater $130 OBO. 8863528.   #28  30" GE electric range, exc. condition, white, $150, OBO.  885-7604. W  New Regency Radiant R3 AG  wood stove with glass door, tost  $899, now $649. OBO.  885-2390. #30'  1 Ion chain blocks $200.  886-7599. #28  16ft" Wlntec nylon saddle with  stirrups and girth, 2 yrs, occas.  use, $400 886-7558. #28  Sunbeam Electric Lawn Mower,  Hedge Clippers, 28' alum. 20'  wooden extension ladders  886-2544. #28  Men's 10-spesed bicycle, straight  handlebars, $50; Ladles 5-spead  bicycle, $80.883-2179.      #30  Finders  Keepers  %\a\WW  Antiques, ,  r CoHectlMes  BetHiM the Chevron  at the Sunnycreit Mad  MW551   Cistern pump, $45; .Copco rjobra  gas rock drill, recond., $800: 2  Firestone HR 78.15 mis radial  tires, $140.885-4699.       #29  TIS SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil mixed-Hog Fuel  By the yard or truck lull. Top  quality products at reasonable  prices. You pickup or we deliver  Phone anylime 885-5669.    TFN  Inglis auto, washer, exc. cond.,  guaranteed & delivered. $325.  883-9535. TFN  Speed Oueen reconditioned  dryer, $125; H/D Kenmore dryer,  $175. 885-4529 alter 6 pm.  #28sr  ANTIQUE tractor/cultivator t.  disc. 22" Edge trimmer.  886-2460. #30  Slant FIN 200,000 BTU oil-tired  hot watei boiler. New, never used. $900.883-2669.        #30sr  Windows: brand new, white double glazed, 3'xlft' high, 3  sliders with screens, 1 non-  opening, $100 ea. or 4 lor $300.  886-4502. #27sr  New oil painting show. Marilyn  Rutledge. Hunter Gallery, Lower  Gibsons. #28  2 small China cabinets $50 each.  Kitchen lable with chairs $125.  Small dresser $30. 885-2777  eves. #28  Moble scooter. Excellent condition. $1150.886-3043.       #29  Sears toilet, bone, $60; 3 BC Tel  phones, 2 line, hold conl. redial  elc. $50 each; designer cocktail  table, office or home, chrome &  smoked glass $125. 886-3228.  #29  New. brown alum, windows. 3x5  5x5 & 8x5. 886-8244. #29  Atari XE system and games; to  spd bike: countertop stove; large  wall oven; bathtub, toilet.  886-7363. #29  Chesterfield and chair, like new.  $600 OBO. Mollat stove $100.  Radio and record player $75 OBO.  885-5817. #28  Noevir skin care consultant. Kim  Fitchett carries Noevir Cosmetics  and skin care products. Inlo:  885-5593. #28  HAY $4.00/bale  OATS $10.00/100 lbs.  RYE $10.00/100 lbs.  885-9357  TFN  1 unit washer/dryer, $300; 1 HD  power drill plus large drills,  $300; 1 dryer, $100; 1 72  Caprice, $400; 1 two bar. $50; I  combination square. $90.  886-4728 eves. #30  18" Toro Reel lawnmower. New  tune-up and sharpened. Excellent  condition $360; gas weedeater,  good condition $75. 885-4590.  #28  Complete living room set, includes 3 tables 8, lamps, couch,  chair. 886-4641. #30  Klngslze Schrader wood heater,  top condilion. $450. 886-7050.  #30  Rolled rooting-3 rolls 0160 lbs..  $25.885-5840. #28  Insurance salvage, matching  couch, loveseat and chair, reclining type, bids accepted until July  28. Diane. 885-3519. #30  RSF wood burner, used 2  seasons. $1000.885-5607. #30  Double headboard, cream colour  and buttoned, $15. 886-8129.  #28  Kenmore chest freezer, 18 cu.  It., brand new condilion, $250  OBO. 886-2419. #30  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644           TFN  Small frldge/lreezer, Oanby Inglis, like new, $275. 885-4151,  885-7950. #29sr  Auto. AM/FM cassette, graphic  equalizer,  hl-comp speakers  $275,885-4151,885-7950.    1.2981  Lots ol baby stuff, pool table, and  large Ireezer. 886-8500.      #28  Merit woodstove wilh oven and  warming oven, $500. 883-2396.   njst  Klngslze motionless waterbed,  $300 OBO. 885-5378. #29  . ������������---- -----    -  i i i nfreiwar���-* ��� *-*- Lawn Boy mower, just serviced.  $150; 4 HP Johnson 0/B, new  carb., new water pump. $475  OBO. 885-7738 MS  Ladies 10 sp. .Apollo bicycle.  $100 OBO, exc. cond. 885-2624  #29  Single bead, as new. c/w night  table, $150; antique dressing  table c/w mirror, $50; Sharp  microwave, $50: dining table.  $50; 6'xlO' grey rug c/w  underlay, $50. Call 886-3868  #29  5 sp. Norco tandem bike. $800  886-9181. #29  Video: Canada Day parade,  Sechelt, $20. E & E Photography  886-4586or 885-3417.        #30  Rough lumber for siding, decking, lencing. 886-9633 or  886-9422. #30  ENTRY DOORS  Solid cedar or lir, 6 panel. 34"  and 36"x6'8". limited quantity.  $180. Timothy Clement. Cabinet  Maker, 886-8218. #30  Solid maple student's desk,  rocking easy chair, wicker collee  table. 886-8376. #30  6 YDS. DELIVERED  $40.00  LYLE FORBES  883-9907  Whirlpool 30" Almond sell-clean.  $639: Admiral Duplex app. 20  cl, almond, 3 door SxS, Ffree,  ice-maker, chilled water disp.,  $849; Frigidair Elite 30" almond  stove, like new with combined air  convection oven. $749; Moflat 14  cl FF Iridge (all fridge). $379;  MacLary 30" HG stove rati.  1367. Coldspot 16 cl 2 dr fridge,  $387; Zenith 24" autom. white  Iridge. $229; RCA super 70 2  speed 5 cycle washer, $369: Admiral dryer, custom autom..  $229; Viking 30" coppertone  stove, self-clean, $359; and  much more. Corner Cupboard,  885-4434, B]orn, 885-7897. #28  Will buy non-working or used ma-  |or appliances. 885-7897.    #28  30" Iridge, 24" slove, $150; 6'  patio door, $75; vanity basin,  $20; stainless steel sinks, $15  and $30.886-9292. #28  New plywood, 3/8" spruce  sheathing, $7: 5/8 spruce T&G,  $14.885-7830. #30  Single mom with three kids that  go  to  school   looking   for  reasonable computer. 885-2169.  #30  4 D/G wood Irame windows,  door, toilet, sink, metal bi fold  885-9516, #30  FIREWOOD V. ton pickup load.  Balsam-Hemlock-Fir. Split and  delivered $75. STOCK UP FOR  WINTER. 865-5032. #29  '86 Nlshiki bushwacker ATB c/w  Biopace. Megabyte tires, new  Shimano XT rear Derallleur,  pump. H20 BTL/cage and  handlebar tool pouch, exc. cond.,  no rust, blue colour scheme, ask  $300; also near new Panasonic  personal Discman, AC/DC power,  home stereo adaptable, 2 phone  lacks and case, high quality  sound, $225. 886-3590 or  886-8923 eves. #29  Dishwasher, $130; exc. dbi. bed  and box spring, as new, wood  headboard and frame. $225: collee tables, desk and misc.  i-8374. #29  Utility box lor pickup truck,  $150.883-2433. #29  WeMdcn cradle, MM and  pads. $80 816-3980. #29  32' heavy duty alum. ext. ladder,  $490, value lor $250; European  100% wool carpel, 117"x48",  French pattern. $800 885-5663  eves. #29  30" GE electric range, avocado,  like new cond.. $175; approx.  2500 linear feet 2x8 lir, I8rg, used, clean. $450; 8 slyroloam  notation billets, 19"x29"x44",  $200.883-2368. #29  10 sp. CCM racing bike,  overhauled and guaranteed,  $250.885-9645. #29  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parti  and Towing  886-2020  TFN  1985 Nissan Micra. 52,000  kms., auto, trans., AM/FM  cass.. $4500.886-7217.   #29sr  1975 Ford cabover 5 Ion Reefer,  all gas., gd. shape. $10,000.  925-2378. #30sr  '89 F-150, Supercab 300-6-cyl..  5-spd.. loaded. 40,000 kms.,  $15,500.885-5700. #31sr  '65 1-ton 4x4 Hat deck pwr.  wgn,, PTO winch, good mech.  cond.. $1650 OBO. 885-2814,  885-2515. #28sr  1987 lull size Jimmy. 4 sp  auto., OD, locking hubs, very  clean,   oilers   to   $15,900.  885-5506. #28sr  AUTOWRECKERS  Used Auto Parts  Motors. Tires, Transmissions  1178 Stewart Rd. 886-7626  #28  1974 Dodge stretch window van.  heavy hitch, needs muffler  885-9859 #28  1981 Datsun King Cab 4X4 c/w  canopy, runs well, $1500.  886-4561. #28  1981 Malibu 4 dr.. small 8. ps,  pb. all season radials. $3000.  885-9378 #28sr  1975 Ford Thunderbird, lully  loaded, exc. cond., oilers.  885-5593. #28  '86 Mazda PU, S/C, P/S, P/B.  canopy, am/tm stereo. $7950.  886-7572 aller 6 pm. #28  1985 GMS S15, lirst reg, 1986,  V6, P/S, P/B, auto, 0/D, box-  liner. H/D Irailer hitch, trans,  cooler, very low km, GM warranty  avail., $6000.883-2149.     #28  1980 Monte Carlo 267 VS. auto.  air, cruise, tilt, P/S, P/B. $2600  OBO. 886-8611. #28  SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH COAST t/>  IHE COAST S LARGFST SEL   USED CARS   1990 MUSTANG 2 door. 8 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 PRELUDE 2 door, 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 PROBE LX 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 MUSTANG COBRA V8. 5 speed  1989 TEMPO 2 door, 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 THUNDERBIRD 2 door. V6. aulomatic  1989 DODGE ARIES 4 cylinder, automatic  1989 CAVALIER SW 4 cylinder, automatic  1989 ARIES 4 door, 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1988 TOWN CAR 4 door. 8 cylinder, automatic  1988 GR. MARQUIS 4 door. V8, automatic  1988 600 SEDAN 4 door. 6 cylinder  1987 TAURUS SDN 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1987 TOPAZ SDN 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1987 TEMPO GL 4 door, 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1987 OLDS '98 4 door. 6 cylinder automalic  1987 FIERO GT V6. 5 speed  1987 TRACER HTBK 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1987 COUGAR 2DR/CPE vs. aulomatic  1987 TRACER GS HTBK 4 cylinder, automatic  1986 TAURUS 4 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1986 TAURUS GL 4 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1986 CAMARO 2 door. V8. automatic  1986 CUTLASS SW 4 door, 6 cylinder, automalic  1986 ESCORT L 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1986 CELEBRITY 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1985 TOYOTA SW 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1985 COUGAR 2 door. 6 cylinder, automalic  1985 TRANS AM 2 door. 8 cylinder, aulomatic  1984 TEMPO GL 2 door. 4 cylinder, 5 speed  1984 LTD 4 door. V6. automatic  1984 LTD SEDAN 4 door. V6, automatic  1984 ESCORT 4 door, diesel. 5 speed  1984 CHARGER 2 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1983 MERCEDES SEDAN 4 door. 5 cylinder  1983 BUICK SKYLARK 6 cylinder, automatic  1982 EXP 2 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1982 ESCORT WAGON 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1982 LYNX HTBK 2 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1982 CAVALIER 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1981 TRANS AM V8, automatic  1981 GLC 2 door. 4 cylinder. 4 speed  1980 T-BIRD 2 door. VB. automalic  1980 COUGAR XR7 2 door. V8. automatic  1980 COUGAR XR7 2 door. V8. automatic  1980 GRANADA 2 door, 6 cylinder, automalic  1980 GRANADA 2 door, 6 cylinder, aulomatic  1979 T-BIRD V8. automatic  1974 PORSCHE 911$ 2 door, V6.5 speed   USED TRUCKS   1990 F-250 4x4 V8,5 speed  1989 F-150 V8.5 speed  1989 BRONCO IIV6.5 speed  1989 F-250 4x4 V8. automatic  1989 BLUER 4x4 V6. automatic  1989 CHEV CHEYENNE V6.5 speed  1989 RANGER 4x4 V6.5 speed  1988 F-150 4x4 V6,5 speed        1988 AEROSTAR SW 2 door. V6. automatic  1988 WAGONEERvs. automatic  1988 F-150 V8.4 speed  1988 AEROSTAR V6. automatic  1987 AEROSTAR SW 2 door, V6. automatic  1986 RANGER SC V6. automatic  1986 F250 4x4 V6,4 speed  1986 BRONCO SW 2 door, V6, 5 speed  1986 RANGER P/U V6, automatic  1986 RANGER P/U V6.4 speed  1986 BRONCO IIV6,5 speed  1985 RAMCHARGER   sBS-3201    DL 5936  wagdn,V8, 4    j IPiMMliliTI i  SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH COAST  Reliable   Datsun   710,   1974.  rebuilt   engine,   transmission,  runs very well, $550. .386-2417.  #28  1987FordF250XL4x4,6cyl.,4  sp.. $12,500,885-5444.      ��28  1979 Datsun H/B. 4-spd. Good  running cond. $850. OBO.  885-9038. #28  1972 VW .Beetle, one owner,  lowered wide tender, wide tires,  quad stereo. 4 winter tires, seat  covers, lull car cover, lots ot extras, too much to list. $3,900.  OBO Has to be seen. 886-9741.  #28  1987 Chevy Sprint 82,000 km,  met. blue with splash striping,  AM/FM cassette. Very nice clean  car Must be seen. $4,500. OBO  886-9386. #28  '56 International V: ton. Good  body and running gear $750  OBO 886-2835. #29  1965 Comet Good cond., brand  new 302 V8. Quick sale $3000.  885-9869 #29  1984 Nissan 4x4. 5 speed.  $5000.885-2276. #30  My wile wants a house! 89 Isuzu  Trooper II 4x4. 5 sp.. 6 doors.  22,500 kms. AM/FM cassette,  excellent condition. $17,300.  886-8784 #30  1970 Chev tri ton. 310 HP. 350  standard. 2nd Owner, stereo.  toolbox, excellent beater. $850  OBO. 886-8652. #28  1986 Ford Tempo-L, $5000.  883-2906. #29sr  '76 Camaro, 350 auto, 4 barrel,  dual exhaust,  new rubber 8,  brakes, am/tm cassette, goes  good, $1000 OBO. 886-8428.  #27sr  74 Cutlass Supreme HT, P/B.  P/S. $485. 885-3585.      #29sr  75 Ford LTD SW, PW/PB/PS,  propane powered, spare parts,  65.000 miles on rebuilt engine,  body in good shape. $1475; '80  V. ton van, Ford Club Wagon,  PS/PB. 2 bunk seats, CB. body  and mechanical exc. cond..  $2750 or trade lor PU Iruck.  885-1981. #29  1982 Pontiac J2000 standard  Irani wheel drive, 90,000 km. 4  dr.. great cond.. $2500.  886-9572 alter 7 pm. #29  '87 Camera, silver, red int.. good  cond.. loaded, $10,000 OBO.  886-7013. #29  MUST SELL 1975 F250 truck,  runs good, body rough, all otters  considered. 886-9127.        #29  1986 white Honda CRX. blue interior, bra, louver, snow tires &  all-seasons. $10,000 or $11,000  w/sport mags & tires; 1988 S10  4x4 S/B V6, 5 sp.. jet black.  49k. exc. cond. extras optional.  885-3600 alter 5. #29  1975 Mazda 2 dr., low mileage,  good cond.. $650 OBO.  885-7738. #29  '84 Nissan kingcab. canopy, exc.  cond.. 5 sp., 68,000 mi��� new  rubber. $6200 OBO. 886-4664  #30s  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear in Ihe more lhan-90 Newspapers ol Ihe B C and Yukon Community  Newspapers Association and reach more lhan 1.400 000 homes and a polential two million readers  $165 for 25 words S3.15 per additional word       Call the Coast News at 885-3930  AUTOMOTIVE  Active Auto Broken, disposal  ���gent lex Active BaiHI Services.  Rtposuisloni, estate, legale,  din, trucks, motortwmes, boats.  Cal Mr. Pilot (only), (604)434-  1819. D5476.  Wholteelt 48 month lease. 4x4  $295, Eoonomy Car $196, Luxury  1349, Vein $348, piiMnger Salad or Voyager e��3eBS, Pickup  1240, Jimmy I3SB. Lonny  eSprmgman- 464-3941.  ���leWNESSOPPORTUIenm  8TART YOUR ewen Impoet/exixxl  butinata, mtn span time. No  money or exMiienot. Slnot  IM6. Fn* beoctium; Wade  World Trie*, eta Can SMalBuit-  ntaalnal., I3tpl WI, 1140 Btl-  levny Rd. N. ��1. .Scarborough.  Ontario, M1H1H4.  CtmuteH bualnesa lor sal* or  paetnerafvp. WaltstaWleilndn-  laHer in .Central Okanaijan.  StotM, llxtuna al con. Owner  mmm Wo piogiiiTimlng ejm  Hyeankibe^nasa. P.O.Box  609, Vernon, B.C..V1T6A44.  BUSINESS OPPORTUMTES  DONT BUY / SELL REAL ESTATE. Do you want to increase  your profits of your real estate  ���MeftmeMs? Ulttee CANADIAN  REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT  NEWSLETTER le��ej> yew. 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Delivery and set-up included, soma restrictions tppty,  Parts and rentals. 10 year warranty. 1-222-12153 Mon-Sal or  loll-free 1-800-6e33-2261 anywhere In B.C.  14 FOOT TRAMPOLINE $708.  Freight indented. Tell airland  $50 9�� on 2 or more. VIst/MC  (403)436-7334 (coeted).  For ult or here: 1968 Lkikbeeh  LS2800 c/w Lako dtlimt.ee,  $167,000obo, lOMJotenDttrt  6480e3raf��jile, taoohounvnrr.,  $108,000 eobo, 1078 Cell OMC,  mwel otnttr p<ln. Irani dm.,  .$44,000 obo. 1073e5att ttB0,6  way btaedt, FS winch, 113,000  ot��, 1068 Ctl OOaC, ejrappli,  chains, $23,000 ot��. Opinion  wartid lor Lako dtlmbtr and  Jeotm Datre grapple akkkter.  Martin (eS04)M7-66S2.  eNtwandddldeMalortvmlanil*  mtmbtr. Gel: DOWN HOME  CRAFTSELECTIONS. Forlnlor-  matlon SAS.E. lo: J.C. Purvis,  Box 127-1027 Davie Sim!. Vanoouwr, B.C., V6E 4L2.  QMDEMNO  THE ULTIMATE GARDENER'S  STORE, 1,000'a ol product!,  eyewihoutti, hydrcpontet, hugs  bookseledion. S4 lor catalogue  lull ol money saving cemoona.  Wtsttm Water Fewnt, 0103,  2012044th Aw., Ltnejlty, B.C.,  V3A4W.  Lighting llxturet. YVttatmCan-  adtilmttdhpiay. WhoHsaH  indittil. FiMcalaexiegueavaU-  abla. Noetjum Lighting Ctntre,  LlgtHIng Centre,  4e0OE-MHaMe^gaSt.,BuenM>y,  B.C.,  VSC  2t<8.     -  (804UJ8H3888.  Phons:  S 4 N Home iStxepptng dub  $1,000 oredl Ins ejusranttsd.  Calnowlorpre^fprovtdinTll-  caHon. (604)3800069, 3211  kma ��., Vedoila, B.C., V8Z ORB.  HEALTH  VITAMIN DISCOUNTS. Slnot  1073, dttring high qejeaty-lowtd  prices on Vitamins, Mtntrita,  Hubs, Body BuMng and WUgftt  Lou, Suppltmtiite, Hair Trteit-  mtrH, .Skin >3trt .ind Meats.  FREE CATALOGUE. VMM:  VITAMIN DISCOUNTS,  DeptBCtS. 260 S.W. Mtrtnt  Drive, Veincouvtr, B.C., V8X  2R5. 1-800-663-0747. InVan-  321-7000.  HELPWANTED  Train to manage an Apartment/  Condominium Comdex. The  government licensed homesludy  cerlilicalion IndudesIree place-  inert mmWanot, Feee beochuro:  (604)Mt-5��6. Or: RMTI,  1120-780 W. Pender, Vancou-  wr,B.C..V6C1H2.      AGRICULTURE EXCHANGE-  WORK owretaa lor 7 months  ind haw 1 month holiday. Persons aged 10-28 conlad the In-  ttmational Aegrioulural Excharxjo  Atex>d,ltion,<T206.1501 -17 Avo.  8,W.,r'Tlgtry,AB,T2T0K.  Wt art etoHnp lor a team plover  to loin eaur hageSly r^rdtd radio  salts depsitinanl. * you haw  aeawitltlrig salts experience, 8  you are mothraled by linancial  rtimrd, tn|oy a ttlmulatlng work  environment with room lor ad-  vtncemtnl ind would like to liw  In tht Lowtr Mainland ol British  Columbia, Witt to eBox D93 c/o  Tht ChiHwie* Progress, 45860  Spadkva Aw.. Chiliwack. BC.  V2P6H0.  WANTED: 73 pwepte to lose 10-  20bslnltitnaxt30ilaysl Nalu-  ral.Dodorrecommsneted 100%  Qutnnlttd. Toll-free 1-078-  $03224ltKday.  PratetaatonM Whittter lamily  <Mtka tuMknt Iw-in Nanny/  Houttkaxtpw. Children agod 9.  6, 4 4. Afxpllcants must haw  childurt txptrltnct, valid  B.C.D.L. Comml to job min 1 yr,  bt oeuMoor eximled. rasponsfcle,  eidiwandrtliuaiaslic. N/S. 1-  6044332-5842.  ,  Owrtttaixxrtlons Hundredsot  lopptylng portions. Aloai.pt-  lloni. Altitdiw benetils Fret  dtuit: Owraets Emfxoymenl  StrvioM, Dtpt. CA, Box 460.  Mouit Roysl, Quebec. H3P 3Cf  eKMilMpi Chryeter Dealership  rtetuttt lotnitd technician!.  ' i sleop. Stale d art  ��� Good pay and teereell  . IreeaeWliigpearialoniolan.  CMQinoor Dtrek. (604)374-  4477  HELPWANTED  HOUSEWIVES, Mothers and interested persons needed immediately to sel toys and gifts lor National Home Party Plan. No investment, deliveries or money  coHeaion, Cal (510)258-7005.  PERSONALS  WOULD YOU LIKE lo correspond with unatlKhed Christian  epeople, ages 18-80, tht objeict  being comfanlonshp or marriage. Write: ASHGROVE, P.O.  Box 205, Chaaa, B.C., VOE1M0.  REAL ESTATE  RELAX COUNTRY LIVING.  1,5,10 acre tola. Water, hydro,  teltptioiie, river vitw ind rlwr  Irani, 30 mtoiw����tot Kamloops.  Cllcoled: (604)373-2282.  Five teedroomhome on llw acres  In Fort St. Jamas. 30x50 It. shop  wlh bathroom. $78,000. Phone  371V6232  Sedudtd biy. Atlin Lake, north  B.C. t.Oacrat. Bright, iky cabin  - skylight, greerehoejtt, sauna,  aehtd. Pinoremlcvlew. Unptrel-  ttled hunting, listilng, gold.  $27,000. 1-458-2335, OTWOOO.  '62 Ford Fairlane. 4-DR, 6 cyl,,  3 spd. greal cond Requires only  paint. Have all bills $2500.  886-2280 alter 3 pm #28  '79 GMC ��e ton heavy duty 4x4.  aula, steel flat deck box. good  rubber, no rust. exc. running  condition. Low mileage $3600  OBO. i985-7738 #28*  '69 Chrysler 440 auto, like new.  interior power everything. $850  OBO 885-7738. #28*  75 Audi Fox Wag.. 4 cyl., rebuilt  eng. Runs very well. $1500.  886-8525 #30  1977 Honda Civic hatchback, not  running, needs battery, good  body and interior, sell as is,  $200.886-3980. #29  1979 Ford F250. low mileage and  9Vi' Scamper camper, $5200  OBO. 886-3109 #29  '74 Capri v-6. 4 sp.. good tires.  runs well. $550 OBO. 886-8374  #29  1977 Honda Civic, good cond..  auto, $1000 OBO. 866-8548 #29  1979 Olds Supreme Brougham,  blue, sunrool, rear del., tilt  wheel, door locks, am/lm  cassette, good shape, great buy1  $1500 lirm. 886-4973.        #29  1984 Grand Prix, lully equipped,  power sunrool, A/C. Alpine  stereo, good cond. through.  $6500.886-4973. #29  1981 Datsun 260ZX. fuel in).. 5  sp., 6 cyl.. T-roof. PW, PM, air,  black & silver, new TA tires, exc.  cond., $7000 OBO. 885-9224.  #29  1978 GMC 1 ton Hat deck, c/w  16' goose neck trailer. $5500  OBO. 885-9513. #29  1977 F800 Ford S/A dumptruck,  open to oilers. 885-9513.     #29  '87 Celebrity station wagon.  Chev.. loaded, exc. cond.. seats  7, lady driven. $10,000 lirm.  885-9830. #32  1983 Chev Blazer Silverado 4x4.  305 aulo.. gloss black, grey int..  exc. cond., $12,000 OBO  886-7938. #28sr  1979 Dodge Diplomat, sell lor  $1500 or trade for equal value  auto V? ton truck. 886-7307.  #28sr  78 Ford Fiesta, original owner,  new clutch, sunrool. $1050 OBO.  886-2706. #29sr  '68 Cadillac Sedan Deville Irom  California, power lo burn, just  needs a little 'tinkering'. $1200  OBO. 886-3912 between 5-8pm.  #28sr  '69 Chrysler Newport 2 dr. ht;  gd. cond., new paint, brakes,  shocks, dependable. $2200 OBO.  886-3912 between 5-8pm. #28sr  1985 Toyota Tercel. 2 dr., auto,  gd. cond.. $5500. 885-4520  eves. #30sr  1972 Ford van. Equipped with  bed. table, cupboards. Good condition. Price negotiable  886-3033. #30  Parting out 1971 Chev <h ton  pick-up 886-8741 evenings #28  1988 Suzuki Forsa. 30.000 km  5 sp.. 4 door hatchback, very  clean, nice car. $6500 OBO.  886-7969. #30  76 Blazer, 350. aulomatic. 4x5  with older 16' travel trailer.  $2000. will sell separate: '81  Suzuki PE 175 dirt bike. $400  OBO: other household items.  886-8986 #30  1981 Datsun pickup, rusted but  runs. $400 OBO. 885-5607. #30  70 GMC V. ton. 8' Vanguard  overhead camper, both need  repairs. $850 886-3629      #28  Coast News, July 9,1990  drupels  Motorhomes  1982 Dodge long van. slant 6, 3  spd.. 0/D, partly camperized  with new dnveaway side tent,  great mileage, no rust, perfect  cond.. 42.000 mis.. $5600.  885-7251 #29  21.  1974 Class C motorhome.  Dodge chassis, good cond . low  mileage. .385-9088. #29  15' travel trailer, sleeps 4. sink,  slove. 3-way fridge, furnace,  toilet, very good condition.  .883-1194. #28  27V Kuslom Koach. lull bath,  new awning, very well kept.  $9800 885-9784 #30  20' trailer (Free Spirit). Holiday  Rambier. sleeps 4, Iridge. stove,  healer, etc.. $6500 Madeira  Marina. Pad fi #30  1975 Honey camper, seit-cont.,  including Hush toilet and shower,  exc cond.. $3200 OBO  885-3602. #30  1976 Ford with 8 camper. V. ton  with 2 gas lanks. 360. auto. PS/  PB. good cond., $2200  885-2476 #30  LET'S TALK  MONEY  Let's get together and sell  your RV unit II we can't sell  il well buy it Free Appraisal  .incl pickup anywhere  LANTZVILLE REC8EATI0N  COMPANY LTD.  ion re., 1-800-663-4234  D7363  1976 29' Trophy 5th wheel with  PU attachment. Good condition,  attordable accommodation.  Presently set up in a private campground with phone and cable  $7500 OBO. 885-5503,  886-8822. #30  9V camper, tridge, stove, oven,  toilet, $1500. 886-3109.      #29  9' camper in good cond.. #12  Wilson Creek Campground alter  6. #29  BLUEWATER  CRUISING  SLOOP  "SCA VA"  IS FOR SALE  Traditional, Roomy,  Lewis etOam  L.O.A. 2v.O / Bern 9.6 /  DreiuBhe ),8, Teak  Cockpit, Sitka Mast,  Waee-reeght e3eelkhead, S.S.  Rising, 6'1" Headreeum,  Epeiw Ceeldeurc Skin,  UfelinM, VHF, Seeunefcr,  Ta|X', S Sails, Heenda Out-  he.ard, Sink, Head,  Gimbeled Alaeheel Steeve,  rVse-l Heater, Rigge-d for  Snegle- Hande-d sailing, In-  Mde- Steering Whestt. Full  K��l. Cle-an and ceemfeer-  eahle-. Mee,.ee-d ae Selma  Park Brakwater, Beemene  Panel Mnreh/00.  1989 Survey S26.��XX>  ForStlc$l),(XX)  And Re-adv To Go!  t��*-45Ji  SECHEIT MIME  SURVEYS ITO.  Captain nil Mum*  M.C.M.M.C.   M N.A.MS.  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  m  1966  VW  Bug.   runs,   $300  886-7400 #28  19/4 GMC Suburban Je4  good  cond . $2400 OBO 885-7163  #28  KRVicea  Major ICBC snd Injeny dtlme.  Jotl A. Wtntr, trill lawyer lor 21  yttrt. Ctll ooetad, (e304)736-  5500, Vewooum. II noricmry,  no let. No Yukon tnquintt.  TRAVEL  EGYPT- A Spedal Marin Travel  AdvMuet. Odotxr 12,1000.15  diyt. Join tt* leuclnUing tour  throughout Egypt wttr, Laeek Pex>  littbnil Egyptian tour iMdtr  and Egyptian codtaguta. TNa  irtqut tour not oftiitd mywtian  Urtw��ra*nun**r- S7B-  lUNKITCUUirU  |  MM  ArnoVwtHtwatttBuy)  ]  1971 VW Beetle, good cond  $1000 OBO 885-7427 #30  76 Foid Century Squire 4 dr ,  SW. good cruiser $500  885 3946 eves ��28  1967 Cougai slock 28!) V8  aulo, PS/PB. gooit limning eec  interior. needs body work $ 1150  OBO 885-2339 #30  1983 Nissan Senlra, 2 dr . hlbk  sunroot.   excellent   condition.  $3000 OBO 885-3757 eves  #30  Campers  Motorhomes  1987 deluxe molor home, 24'  perfectly clean and A1 condition  886-8481 #29sr  1989 Prairie Schooner 36' 5th  wheel, loaded. $46,700  886-7489. #30sr  Trailer. Holer, good condition  Sleeps 3. spare wheel. $1500  OBO 885-9772. #30sr  1976 Tioga-ll. 20' motorhome.  360 Dodge, fully equipped, excellent condition. $8900 OBO.  883-9211. #30sr  16' Travel Trailer, good condition. 886-9969. #26  23' travel trailer. $4500 OBO.  883-2330 alter 9 30 pm       #29  26' Clipper Marine Sailboat, lull  headroom, O/S. CB Johnson  0/B on EZ-load Tandem Trailer.  Surveyed at $8500. Reduced lo  $7000. See at 9216 Truman, oil  Brooks Road. Hallmoon Bay.  885-3472 #30  8' FG Columbia Oingy Floation  Compartment $350 OBO. 12'  alum. $200 OBO. 16' FG canoe  sq. stern $200 8867599    #28  32' Ghost Clipper, aluminum  mast, dacron sails, winch, brass  portholes, 9 9 Johnson, depth  sounder, CB. radio, inclinometer, pressurized water,  sink, head, portable stove dingy  $13,900 886-3433 #28  22' Champion Discovery over-  nighter, near new, only 22 hour-  son Ihe boal, 6 cyl., 250  Merc.cruiser. $13,900  883-2368  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9 20-30-40-50-70 HP  1988-1989 Evinrudes Excellent  condition Lowes Resort.  883-2456 TFN  Yes' There is a reliable local pro-  pelior repair service 885-5278  TFN  1989 9 9 Manner, excellent condition $1100 883 2211    #29sr  22 Bayliner Sunbridge sleeps  lour. VHF. new canvas. F WC  886-8250 #28sr  For Sale Float witn building  886-8058 ��29sr  eCarloda N 43 Olicencepacker  $28,000   K    Farrell  685-1126  weekends or gen/del Egmont  #30sr  270 T Volvo leg oveihauled like  new $1000 lirm 883-9483  #28sr  30 disp. cruiser, 340 Chry dual  hyd sir . live bait lank, VHF/CB,  slereo, sounder, $7950 OBO  885-2814 885-2515        #28sr  1980 Campion 24 tl., Mercruiser  engine, standup head. VHF  radio, elec. & alcohol stove,  3-way Iridge, power winch,  sounder, heater 886-2155   #28  Marine Mechanic available.  886-8101.  TFN  22 It. KS.C I/O cabin model. 351  Ford 280 leg. sounder, galley.  $6500 885-7703. #28  22'6" Fiberform head, galley,  full canvas, 302 Ford Merc. leg.  $5000 OBO. 885-5700.        #28  Samson 37' FC sailboat.  Bluewatcr Liveaboard. well built,  comfortable, loaded, $36,000.  886-7400 #29sr  22' Columbian runabout, OMC  V8. OMC leg. sounder. CB, live-  bait bag. anchor, wich, $7500;  trailer. $1500; together. $8500.  883-2746 #28  21' Reinel, 350 HP 10, new canvas, exc. mech. cond.. $3500.  886-2976 #28  17' Caiglass I/O 120 hp.  Sounder Trailer $6000. OBO.  886-8008. #28  13.6 Gregor alum boat 8. 15 HP  Johnston. Used 6 hours.  886-3367. #29  19' Sangster FWC, new seals,  manilold, battery etc. Trailer.  $4800.430-5373. #30  Cal 20 sailboat with trailer. 10 HP  Honda, dinghy and many extras.  $3800 886-2430. #29  16ft' Silverline B.R. Merc. 0/B,  rod holders, downriggers. depth  sounder,   trailer,   $3750.  985-8106. 885-4042 w/ends.  #28  17V F/G boat and trailer, 120  HP Volvo, depth sounder. CB, lull  canvas, exc. shape, $4900.  885-5623 eves. #30s  26' Clipper marine sailboat, lull  headroom. D/S, CB, Johnson  0/B on EZ-load tandem trailer,  ���surveyed at $8500. reduced to  i$7000. See at 9216 Truman, off  Brooks Road. Halfmoon Bay  I885-3472 #29  '22V Fiberform cabin, I/O 1i56  Merc, exlras to much to list, anchor winch lo swim grids. $5500.  886-8779 #30  ~~ EVINRUDE 0UTBOARO8  Special savings on all models in  stock Full marine services. Hyak  Marine Services 886-2246.   #28  12 It aluminum boat. Lund C/W  9.8HP Merc and trailer. $1650.  885-5125 or 885-5916.  #31ss  1976 18 cuddy cabin. 140 HP  Merc I/O. head. CB. canvas top.  sounder, FW cooling, as new, on  trailer, needs battery. $6000.  883-2688 MO  22' Bayline. Volvo 140. depth  sounder.CB. anchor, winch, etc.,  extra 75 Mercury. $12,500.  Madeira Marina. Pad #9      #30  Apollo 11' inflatable boat, c/w  99 HP 0/B Johnson. $1500  OBO 886-2419. #30  Pacilica 20 1988 20' cenlre consol boat, complele w/power.  $8500.883-9110 #28sr  Evinrude 15 HP. $300 Silver  Seagull. $500: Yamaha 9.9 HP.  $1500 885-9772 #28sr  Cal25. lully equipped, moorage  included. $11,500 886-8706  130m  SAIL THE WORLOWIND  Live aboard, dream, plan, cruise  Mexico. South Pacilic. 4011. centre cockpit sailing ketch, lully onshore equipped, ready lo go.  Perkins 4 cyl. diesel. auto-pilot,  Sat-Nav. RDF. etc.. Iridge.  stove/oven, hoi shower, 2  washrooms. 4 dble. berths, lots  ot storage, come see now. Slip  B 29 Gibsons Marina.        #30  21' Campion Discovery over-  nighter, near new. only 22 hours  on the boal. 6 cyl., 250 Merc,  cruiser. $13.900.883-2368. #29  28' Fibrelorm. Command Bridge,  Twin 488 Merc. Cruiser. Just  over 300 hours on new legs and  motors. VHF. CB. stem, standup shower, pressure water, hot  water tank, constavolt. twin propane tanks, stove, ice box, snifter, new upholstery. Exc. condition throughout. $29,000 firm.  885-2954-885-7927.       ef��*  11' inflatable boat, hardwood  floor. .Good shape. 885-4699.  morn or eves. #30*  ^   ..,.������      ....    .   -,...���:      ..,,      _   _   _,.-������     ��� 22.  Coast News, July 9,1990  lie  Mobile Homes  USEO HOMES  STARTING Ar:  $12,900����fob  Collect 580-4321  1981 14x70'. Selma Vista Park,  5 appliances. $34,500.  885-7729eves #29sr  FAMILY PARK  '155/month  ONLY 5% DOWN  with MAP Program 0AC  Call Collect 580-4321  1981 12x60 2 bedroom mobile  home w/lireplace. incl. - 4 appliances, drapes and 10x20'  sundeck. all around exc. cond..  carpets throughout, ready to be  moved, price $28,900. Call  886-7943 eves. #29  WHY PAY RENT?  SS or '2000"  down will put you Into  this 2 or 3 bedroom  homo ol your choice  with M.A.P. program.  Home includes stove, fridge,  carpet & drapes plus many  other options. Family & adult  parks available.  Call collect  580-4321  Ask aboul our special  incentive program.  For Rent  2 3-bedroom homes. Phone  886-8215 #28  Roberts Creek Hall avail.,  dances, parties, weddings,  eguipment rental. Yvonne  885-4610. TFN  Rooms tor rent 886-7955.     #30  2 furnished bdrms.. sharing Ihe  rest ot suile. $450 each - 2 wk.  deposit, working people only.  886-8641. KB  Vear round moorage and RV  sites. 883-9177. 467-2140.  #29  IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  1600 sg. tt. townhouse, central  Gibsons, 3-4 bdrms. 2 baths,  nice view ol Gibsons Harbour.  Appliances and cable included.  $800/mo. 886-2694. #28  Furnished house to share.  Sechelt Village $400. Female  prelerred 885-9611. #30*  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Bonded - Insured - Experienced  Steve 0. Sawyer  Gibsons Realty Lid.  886-2277  #28  MINI STORAGE  886-8628  #29  12x68' 3 bdrm. mobile home on  pad. ocean view, storage shed,  Selma Vista Trailer Park,  $28,000 OBO. 885-5378.     #29  Motorcycles  K  In Stock at  EN MAC  cycle  Oil Filters. Batteries. Tires.  Riding Gear. etc.  Phone Jay at 886-2031  1972 Harley FLH $7750.  886-4640. nltes. #28  1200 Yamaha touring bike. 1  owner, mint. $975. 883-9110.  #28sr  ���83 Kawi KDX 175 as new. S1000  OBO. 885-5492. #29sr  1982 Honda 750. 20.000 kms,  'lairing, luggage rack, full cover,  fair shape. $1200. 886-8450.  #29sr  1987 535 Virago, exc, cond.. tarings, crash bars. 2 helmets,  1100 kms.. 2800. 886-4690  after 6 pm. #28sr  1982 Yamaha 400. new brakes,  front lire, muffler, chain, good  condition plus helmut, bike cover  & rain gear. $1200. 886-9294  leave mess. #28  1986 KX125. Re-Built. $1350.  885-9557. #30s  1980 Honda 900 CB. new tires,  paint job. chrome, mutflers,  recently tuned-up/with saddle  bags, helmet. 885-5060      #29  '82 RM125,  new chain and  ���sprocket, $1000 OBO. 886-9739,  #28  ! 1984 Honda Aero 80 scooter,  I auto, windshield, basket, low  | miles, $595 OBO. 886-7831, #30  Honda Dream 125 twin,  restorable. $60. 886-7400.   #28  Wanted to Rent  Prof N/S couple 8. daughter moving to Gibsons area. Reguire 2-3  bdrm home near terry. Sept. 1st  or earlier. Nan Judd 885-1916.  #30  Student needs room/board in  good home. Close to Cap College  Sept-May. N/D. N/S. Excellent  relerences. 886-4711.        #30  Exchange your waterfront cottage/house lor our 3 bdrm. wesl  side Vancouver home. 2-3 wks.  summer. N/S, no pets.  731-8076. #28  2 bdrm apt or house lor Aug 1,  approx.   8   month   duration  preferably Gibsons. 988-4506 or  leave a message at 922-4242.  #30  Bed 8. Breakfast  The Rosy-Lee Bed 8> Breakfast,  wonderful view of Gibsons Harbour. 886-8097. #30  OFFICE BUILDING  View Office available  also  Walk-in vault security storage.  886-7995  #28  Super 2 bdrm. apt, 5 min. Irom  lerry. 886-7516. #28  Waterlronl home. Sechelt Inlet.  Lamb's Bay, 3 bdrm., large  deck. July 2 to 9th. 9th to 16th,  and July 30 to Aug. 6. $750 one  week. $1300 tor two weeks.  736-3638 or 731-0856.        #30  Gibsons, 2 bedroom, view suite.  $650 per month. July 1st.  1-522-1962. #29  Grantham's Landing Waterfront.  Upper suite 1 bdrm. and living  room, both with balcony, only tor  single person, partly lurnished if  required, available July 15,1990  $550 per month plus utilities.  Aelbers Real Estate - 886-9238.  #28  2 lurnished rooms, Gibsons,  shared accommodations.  886-7661. #28  N/S, N/D, lady to share house  and expenses, $350. 686-8100.  886-2344. #28  2 bedroom apt. In lower Gibsons,  close to all amenities, new  building, 12 month lease, $695.  Phone 886-3420. #30  Shared accommodation, $300/  month, part utilities, 886-8277.  #30  Roberts Creek waterfront home  Sept. 1 - June 30. fully furnished  2 bedroom & loft, Fisher stove &  elec. heat, $600/mo. 866-3548  before July 14 or 1-299-3588  after, #28  Large 3 bdrm. lamily home on  2'h acres in Roberts Creek, 3 appliances, no dogs, non-smokers,  rels. req., children welcome,  $950/mo. Leave message at  886-2875. #28  Large bachelor suile. Sechelt  area, full kitchen, full bath, N/S.  no pets, $450, damage deposit  on month's rent, avail. Aug. 15.  885-2476. #30  Sept.-June 3 bedroom house. 2  balh. lurnished. N/S. no pets.  Roberts Creek, $1000/mo.  Phone 885-9516. #30  Help Wanted  Help Wanted  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Volunteer Olivers - needed  in Gibsons and Roberts  Creek area to lake seniors to  medical appointments locally  and in Vancouver Mileage  and expenses reimbursed  Thrill Store in Gibsons area  needs help. 8 hours per  week.  Secretary lor Boy Scout  Association, two meetings  monthly.  Canadian Mental Health  Association needs Steering  Committee members to start  a branch on the Sunshine  Coast  Vision Screening program  needs volunteers to help in  the (all. Training will be provided. Will take 2 months,  approx 1 lo 2 houis per  day  Far these and more  opportunities, please contact  the Volunteer Action Cenlre  885-5881  PART-TIME  ACCOUNTING  CLERK  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  has an opening lor a part-  time accounting clerk in the  Sechell Branch. The successful candidate will have  completed a minimum ol seconder third year accredited  accounting courses and will  be computer literate with exposure lo a variely ol soli  ware packages. Previous  credit union or banking experience would be an asset.  Resumes to be directed to  the attention of:  D. Elchar, Ganaral Manager  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  P.O. Box 375  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  4 bdrm. house In Roberts Creek  on acreage available Aug. 1.  886-3567. #28  Aquarius Sealarms Ltd. is looking to fill farm technician positions for its Sunshine Coast  growout oepration, shift work.  Send resume to Box 2540,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0. #32  WANTED 39 OVERWEIGHT PEO-  PLE, lose up to 29 Ibs./mo. 'DICT  DISC Herbal Nutrition - $$$  Local distributors needed. Toll  free 1-978-3014 mess.        #28  Resumes tailored to meet your  needs! Arbulus Oflice Services  885-5212. #28  Seaview Gardens now hiring,  waitresses and Jishwashers. Apply in person Tues. 12 to 8 pm.  Village Store is hiring cashiers,  apply in person Tues. 12 lo 8 pm.  #28  Babysitter - Mon. to Fri.  Redroolls area 885-5870 alter 5  pm #30  Bartender, cocktail waitress and  breakfast cook Please apply in  person at the Jolly Roger Inn.  #28  F/T sleno req'd tor steno/recep-  tionist and other duties, some accounting knowledge an asset  Pender Harbour Credit Union.  883-9531. #29  Experienced, professional,  future oriented, mature,  lood service people  wanted.  Contact Colleen  lor interview  886-3388  Journeyman electrician for construction work, full time commencing August 1. Sechelt area.  372-1611. #30  F/T teller req'd. previous financial institution cashier experience  an asset. Pender Harbour Credit  Union. 883-9531. #29  WANTED. Lose unwanted weight  now! Doctor created, sale  guaranteed program. Eat food  you love, we pay $$ for your  results! 1-978-3095 loll free inlo.  #35  Waitresses  Bartenders  & Cooks  Full or Part-Time  mar  f*?iS*  Peninsula Motor Inn   8862804'      I  Young person required lor part  time work on gas float. Phone  Maureen at Hyak Marine Services, 9-5 pm, 886-9011.    TFN  Room and board required in  Sechell for a woman with mental  handicaps. Preferably within  walking distance ol village core  on bus route. II you are willing to  share your home and time for the  next 6 mon. assisting someone  whose goal is to become a functionally independent member ol  our community CONTACT SERVICES TO PEOPLE WITH MENTAL  HANDICAPS WORKER - Ministry  of Social Services and Housing,  885-7101, #28  Short order cook, will train;  dishwasher/prep, person,  Wakefield Inn. 885-7666.     #29  Qualified ECE teacher. Oct.-May.  Jane. 886-7610. Resumes: Rainbow   Preschool,   Gen.   Del..  Roberts Creek. B.C. VON 2W0.  #30  Wanted: Overweight people to  lose up to 25 lbs/month and  earn extra $$. Doctor recommended. 100% guaranteed Toll  Iree 1-978-3064. #29  Reduced rent in exchange lor pet  sitting, gardening, some  housekeeping, handiwork, lor  reliable, mature N/S, N/D in  waterlronl estate, rets req. Box  1418, Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0.  #29  Experienced bartender and  waitresses needed. Good clientele  in pleasant environment. .Apply in  Parson - Lighthouse Pub.     #28  HOUSEKEEPERS (Maids)  weekends and part-time. Contact  in person Bella Beach Motel,  Davis Bay. #30*  Waitresses  Door Staff  Bartenders  Apply 8-10 pm  Tues. to Sat.  Ask lor Clint or Paul  Attendants lor Gibsons Recycling  depot. Duties: Monitoring ot bins,  operation ot can compactor, baler  and lorklilt. $7.50 per hour. One  full-time and one weekend position. Deadline lor applications,  July 18. Apply in writing Box  1051, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0, #29  Help Wanted  Experienced travel agent or junior  lor busy Reservec equipped  agency in Gibsons. Benefits 8 incentives. Resume to Box 369.  Gibsons. TFN  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel requires  a maintenance person. Please call  885-7038 and ask lor the  manager #28  LEGAL SECRETARY  Mature individual required.  Related experience in lamily matters desirable. Skill in dealing  with sensitive issues. Interest in  other areas ol law desirable.  Some training provided. Excellent  skills required in typing, dictaphone. WP 50 and organizational ability. Send resume with  salary expectations c/o Box  1669. Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0.  #29  Greenhouse worker needed, no  e��p necessary, will train. Apply  Roosendal Farms. .383-9910. #29  Pari time junior bookkeeper,  computer skills, experienced only 886-4664 eves. #29  29.  Business &  Home Services  Accounting Service! lor small  businesses.   Computer  Tutor  Michael Hamer. 886-7589.   #30  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal.   Insured.  Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Pacilic Construction - a Division ol  Tolan Dev. Ltd. - Renovations,  basements, drywall, T-bar ceilings, suspended drywall ceilings,  linishing carpentry. For free  estimates call Roland 885-4847.  #28  North Pacilic Boal Building - a  division of Tolan Dev. Ltd. Repair  and resoration. cabinets, etc ���  Wood & fibreglass boats. Call  Roland 885-4847. #28-  Typing   Service   available.  manuscripts,   term   papers,  business letters, etc, 885-7604.  #28  If you need a resume, a letter,  labels, copying, bookkeeping  Call Arbulus Olfice Services lor  prompt personalized conlidential  service. 885-5212. #28  R.J.'s Lawn Service. Cutting,  weeding, etc. Fast elticient service, reasonable rates.  885-3290 #28  For Rent - combination steam  cleaner, pressure washer & sand  blaster, daily, weekly or monthly.  886-4859. #30  Ankotslar Decorating lor all your  painting needs. 20 years experience. Satisfaction  guaranteed. Bob 885-4804. #30  Work Wanted  CARPENTER  FOR HIRE  ��� Custom Cabinets ���  INTERIOR ��� EXTERIOR  FINISHING  ��� Renovations ���  FRAMING ��� FORMING  -ALL WORK GUARANTEED  886-4907      10 Years  C.J. Klymson     Experience  Volunteer librarian Flora Gardner signs up Sechelt Children for I summer of reading fun al Ihe  library. Every Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 it will be 'kids only' as children take over the library and  explore Ihe exciting world Of books. ���Rose Nicholson pholo  Down from the mountain  'It all has a reason'  by Sam Moses  A fellow mountain-dweller  friend of mine who on.ee lived in  one of the old yellow cedar  cabins on Hollyburn Ridge, was  pretty much on the same wavelength as myself...in more ways  lhan one. We sepent many a  night comparing notes on  mountain living over the two-  way radio. We both shared the  same love for our mountains,  and although we had tried to  put into words just what was so  attractive about our 'rocks', it  proved as difficult as describing  the word love itself.  One occasion found the two  of us down in the city somewhat  home-sick, and pondering our  love for the wild. I turned to my  friend and said quite simply, "It  all has a reason."  That was it...the reason we  both fell so secure and so much  affection for the mountains we  lived on, all that goes on in  nature has a reason. As you  spend more time in the woods  you realize there aren't that  many surprizes even though  there's a lol going on.  In the civilized world  humankind is always busy doing a vast variety of things for  no apparent reason except  perhaps to make the evening  news. It totally appalls us, we  Work Wanted  COAST RENOVATIONS  Skylights, sundecks, drywall,  I) painting, additions. Franz or An-  ��� dy. 885-2493. #29  Reliable man/men available lor  lawn and garden labour and other  day jobs. Rob 886-3822.      #30  Renovating? Adding on? Decking? Bela Krohman Conslruction.  Quality workmanship, working  hard to meet your specific needs.  886-2528. #28  Do you need a reliable house  cleaner? $10 per hour. Madeira  Park area prelerred. 883-9319. '  #28  Framing crew available, air  equipped Ph. alt. 6 pm.  886-7830 TFN  CARPENTER FOR HIRE!  four Home Bulll  from Ihe Ground Up  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  FINISHING ��� COMPLETE  C.J. Klymson    866-49071  HANDYMAN Carpentry, drywall,  painting, patio stones, fencing,  drive-way sealing, roof de-  mossing, hauling. No job too  small. Alan 886-8741.        #30  Clean, reliable lady will do your  weekly housekeeping. $9.00/  hour. Call Ella. 886-2211.    #28  DO     VOU     NEED  lawn maintenance, weedeating,  brushcutting, rotolilling, rubbish'  removal, hedge trimming, window cleaning? Call Skip's  Maintenance Service 885-2373.  #30  Nanny seeking employment by  Aug. 1. For details call  885-4614,886-3357. #30  BOB'S HAULING  All kinds ol debris removal, moving, also tree work, gravel/soil  delivery. eSob, 885-4804.     #30  Do house cleaning. 885-2100.  #29  Have   Brush   will   Paint.  Economical rates, quality work.  Phone Jacqueline 886-8895. #29  MOUNTAINSIDE  PRESSURE WASHING  Trailers, homes, all types ol  buildings, boats, roots, paint  stripping, patios, equipment,  driveways, sundecks, swimming  pools, gutters cleaned, quality  workmanship. Free t-stimates  885-7473. TFN  the animals of a higher order,  when we see creatures of our  own kind committing senseless  murders whether it be on the  battlefield or in a crowded  shopping mall. This is not to say  that killing doesn't happen in  nature, on the contrary it happens quite often but it is by no  means senseless, but rather a  part of the natural order.  The natural order is a part of  Ihe balance nature sets up  within herself, and it creates the  perfect life-support system  (ecosystem) lhat will, if un-  disturbed, go on in perpetuity.  It is something humankind cannot duplicate, for we cannot  even begin to understand the intricacy of the system we have  since risen above...or have we?  There are those who believe  that they are well educated in  matters concerning the planning  and managing of forests, and  that what they do emulates  nature. How can this seemingly  light-hearted task be performed  so easily, when at almost every  other conceivable encounter  man wreaks havoc with nature?  Perhaps if our education with  regards lo forestry was based  more on the environment and  not monetary gain, there  wouldn't be a need for the  drastic changes that must occur  in ihis decade.  Child Care  Molly Mouse Day Care  Spaces available 18 mos. to  school age. 866-3913.        #34  Seeking full time babysitter  weekdays for two children.  886-3075 after 5pm. #28  Responsible mother will babysit  one child age 3 and up, part time.  886-7375. #29  Loving care needed 6-10  scheduled days a monlh for two  girls age 2 and 4. Mother lives In  Gibsons and works in Sechelt  tram 7 am-3 pm, Mon.-Fri. Call  alter 4 pm 886-9098. #30  One shquld not And themselves in a position where they  feel intimidated by those of supposed 'higher education' when  it comes to such things as  managing a forest. We are all a  part of nature and our observations and concerns are no less  important than those made by  others of some higher learning.  Practical observations made by  somebody who may just go hiking in the woods a lot, provide  valuable information. For example, the wandering 'nobody  in particular' views the texture  of the bark on a tree as most of  us would see it, where the  'qualified' observer may have  visual troubles when looking at  Ihe bark on a tree for he could  become blinded by the dollar  sign he pictures there.  I still believe the realization  my friend and I came together  on...'It all has a reason',  although being down in civilization I find il takes more effort  to keep that thought alive. I've  come to a conclusion within  myself, that the only thing that  doesn't make sense in nature is  something people have done...  and that's rather scary. We are  very much a pari of nature,  ironically the only part that can  save it...from ourselves.  To lie continued  "        Business  Opportunities  Start now - local Amway  distributor oilers opportunity tor  good earnings. Vou pick Ihe  hours. We assist you. For appointment call 885-7144.     #32  Display space available tor local  businesses wishing to promote  word processors/computers  during Festival ol the Written  Arts. Call 865-9631. #30  S  CALL FOR  TENDERS  Sealed tenders clearly marked "Contract No. 9.107.1  -Tender for Shaw Road Reconstruction from Inglis Road to  Sunshine Coast Highway" will be received by the undersigned up to 2:00 p.m. local time ol Thursday, July 19,1990 and  will be opened in public at lhat time and date.  The work comprises reconstruction ol approximately 600  metres ol roadway and Includes placement and compaction ol  pit-run sub-base and crushed granular base, construclion ol  catch basins, construclion ol concrete curbs and gutters and  construction ol asphaltlc concrete pavement.  Contract documents and drawings will be obtained at the  oflices ol eilhar the undersigned or ol Dayton & Knight Ltd.,  Consulting Engineers, 826 Clyde Avenue, West Vancouver,  B.C., on or alter 2:00 p.m. local time ol Wednesday, July 4,  1990, and upon payment ol fifty dollars ($50.00) which sum  will be refunded following Ihe submission ol a tender or on  return ol Ihe documents in good condition within thirty (30)  days ol receipt ol tenders.  The lowest or any tender will nol necessarily bo accepted.  Mrs RL. Goddard, Clerk/Administrator  Town ol Gibsons. P.O. Box 340,1490 South Fletcher Road  Gibsons, B.C., VON 1V0  SUNSHINE COAST  MINISTRY OF FOREST DISTRICT  PESTICIDE USE PERMIT  NOTICE OF INTENT  TO APPLY HERBICIDES  Natice is hereby given that the Ministry ol Forests, Sunshine Coast District Oflice. has received Pesticide Use  Permit No. 401-042-90/92 Irom the Ministry of Environment for the use ol 'Vision' (Glyphosate P.C.P. No.  19899).  The purpose ol Ihis project is deciduous brush control lor  conifer release. The location of this herbicide application  is Jervis Inlet at Treat Creek and Perketts Creak. The herbicide will be applied over 25.0 hectares by aerial application treatment. The treatment will take place between  August 15. 1990 and September 30. 1992.  This notice is given to meet the requirements of the above  permit. Copies ol the permit and maps can be viewed at  Ihe Ministry ol Forests, Secheit Field Office, 1975 Field  Road. Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0. Phone number 685-5174.  Become a  UNICEF  Volunteer  {ttj llnieef  Canada  UNICEF British Columbia  l-60f-6S7-90nri  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY  FOR A DISPOSITION OF CROWN UNO  Take notice that Richard D. Bourbonais ol North Vancouver, occupation business man Intends to make application to Ihe Ministry ol Crown Lands regional oflice In  Burnaby for private moorage situated in Bargain Harbour  and more specifically described In (a) below:  (a) The legal description is an unsurveyed foreshore  fronting piece ol property, Lot 8, Block 8 DL 1362. GP1,  N.W.D., Plan 14494.  The purpose lor which the land is required is lo provide  private boat moorage.  Comments concerning this application (File No.  2404927) may be made to the office of the Senior Land  Officer. 401-4603 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C. V5H 4M4. Heartfelt thanks  Coast News, July 9,1990  23.  Alliance responds  Editors note: A copy of ttte  Dear Mr. Camelon,  As me-mlxrs of the T��ra-  Iwdron Alliance we f<ed the need  to respond to your comments in  last wrxk's Irxal peiper. Initially  we were angeercd by your ar>-  parcnt wish to agitate local  rnidents and to detpict the  Alliance and our position as extreme. Much of your information about us and the Tetrahedron issue was, quite simply,  wrong.  Eventually, however, our  anger abat<ed when we considered that you are doubtlessly  genuinely conwrned about ttte  jobs of foretst workers in BC,  but have not yet learned about  the other side in this local issue.  1) In spite of what you say,  the core of the Tetralwdron area  has not yet bwn logg<ed, and at  high elevation, is not best suited  to sustainable timeber harv-  etsting. The Tetrahedron does  have high wilderness values,  which will be dramatically  reduced if any further logging is  .permitted. Developments such  as road building and clearcut  logging in this small wilderness  area effectively means that it  will no longer be a wilderness  area. The Tetrahedron means a  great deal to a growing number  of Sunshine Coast residents,  and we wish to preserve it for  public not private benefit. This  remains our last opportunity to  retain a local, accessible  wilderness area.  2) Surely, as a former forest  worker you cannot really believe that this small area could  somehow generate 30 direct and  150 spin-off jobs. The Ministry  of Foreests' own formulas indicate that very few year-round  Roll away  Editor:  Now that the outdoor roller  skate and skateboard park is  open and operating we would  like to give a whole lot of thanks  to the great group effort it took  to reach this point (we're open,  hey!).  Thanks, first, for the labour  of our hard working husbands,  Rob Elian and Bill Leach. The  park would have never opened  without it.  Thanks, too, to the parks  board people for all their  cooperation. Then to all the  friends who came to the work  parties -Bill and Judy Vander-  worth, their kids, Liz Gugan  and boys, .Ben, David, David's  sister, the unnamed carpenter,  Cindy Rebber and our children  Russel, Jamie, Sarah, Molly  and Katie -thanks to all.  Now thanks for the friendly  donations from Pat for the  oven, the rugby club for the  sound system, Peggy for the  stove, the Shores from the PNE  Rollerland that give us their  roller skating repair tools, Debbie Osier for $50 for advertising, the many local businetssets:  Gibsons Pharmasave - thanks  Ken for the first aid kit, Grandma's Toy Box, Video Etc.,  DeVries Floors, Salvation Army, Stewart Road Auto  Wreckers, Zippers, Good Times  Hair, Tim at Sechelt Radio  Shack, Trail Bay Sports, and  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper.  "Let the good times roll".  Karen Olsen &  Mary Lou Leach  Event a  success  Editor:  The Elphinstone Pioneer  Museum and the organizers of  the Canada Day Festival would  like to thank the following for  their generous contributions to  the Canada Day celebrations:  SuperValu, Gibsons Building  Supplies, Morrison Electric, the  Lions Club, the Gibsons Landing Merchants' Association,  the Gibsons Landing Heritage  Society, the Department of the  Secretary of State, the Town of  Gibsons, the Coast Netws, the  Press, Gussy's Deli and Bakery,  Ken's Lucky Dollar, Sunnycrest  Photo, Dockside Pharmacy,  Chamberlin Gardens, Quality  Farms, Chico's, Stum Store, the  Coast Bookstore, Home Hardware, School District 46  Maintenance, Gibsons Elementary, Langdale Elementary,  Elphinstone Secondary, Mary's  Variety, and the .Boy Scouts.  Their generosity made the  event a great success.  The Canada Day  Committee  jobs .are at stake in the Tetrahedron.  3) Having ban kept out of  the rommitt.ee and negotiation  process, the only way for our  rorKerns to be aired publicly  was through a newspaper. At  our request the Western Canada  Wilderness Committed helpeed  us to print it and distribute it on  the Sunshine Coast. We believe  that the paper was both moderate and fair.  As you can see, we have different p<erspectivets, but we  believe that the facts support  our point of view. We disagree  with your intetrpretation of the  issue although we appreciate  that you, like us, live and work  hen.  Many of our group, now over  700 people strong, work or have  worke-d in the bush. We want a  future here for our forests ��� not  only for wilderness and watersheds but also for employment.  We believe that the Tetrahedron  should not be logged, but we  also fed that proper management can maintain and expand  employment in the forest.  So rather than engage with  you in a typically destructive  clash via the local papers, we  have a suggestion. If you are interested in exchanging views and  information we would be pleas-  etd to meet with your group to  discuss the issue openly. We will  contact you shortly.  Chris Beach, Brad Benson  Michel Frenette, Phil Makow  Tetrahedron eAJliance,  Box 1802, Sechelt  Editor:  The final figures of trie Sunshine Coast Unit 1990 campaign  for the BC and Yukon Heart  Foundation show a total for the  year ending June 30, of  $27,383.99  The categories of donations  making up this total are;  Residential, $19,086.30; Special  Events, $3,121.19; Businesses,  $4,176 and Employees of the  Fair pay  sought  Editor:  The amount of funding  allocated to health promotion  and illness prevention is not  commensurate with its potential  for contributing to health.  Prevention and promotion  programs should be the foundation of our health care system in  order to effectively deal with the  health care problems currently  facing us, reduce the cost of the  health care system, making  society more productive and improve our quality of life.  Community health nurses  deliver prevention and promotion programs.  However, these programs account for only about two per  cent of the Ministry of Health's  budget and community health  nurses are in the third week of a  strike to achieve wage parity  with hospital nurses.  Diane Read  Canfor .Mill at Port Mellon,  $1000.  In memorium gifts amounts  to $800.  On behalf of the officers of  the unit we wish to thank all the  volunteers on the Sunshine  Coast, who canv,issed the various districts and businesses so  thoroughly in ordCT lo achieve  such satisfactory results.  Also our heartfelt thanks are  due (o the residents and businesses who gave so generously  to our cause.  D.C. Johnston  Secretary and Treasurer  Sunshine Cms!  PEST CONTROL LTD   GreansfM      P��ndw mrtoeee, SC   VOetUMO   LOCALLY OPERATED GOVERNMENT LICENSED UNMAMED VEHICLES  For control of carpenter ants, rodents I othor .potto  Our Peerimttor Treatment  Cuts down on the invasion  of crawling insects  For "Confidential   ^__  Advice & Estimates  883*2531  OUR SPECIALTY - Protrutmetnt of houses under construction!  Any wou you Ske it  the Classifieds bring results  ��    ��    *     ��    o    ��     *  Open  Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon.  1 -4 pm  6 New 1 Level Townhomes  Corner North Rd. & Reed Rd.  LOADED WITH EXTRAS  Display Unit #3 Now Complete  contact Lisa Keller 886-4680  Montreal Trust 278-8181  Another Quality Development by  HANS OUNPUU CONSTRUCTION  A Division ot  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  886-4680  I!  SAFETY STARTS  WITH EDUCAPON  Safety is a skfl like any other-  it has to be learned. To  learn properly you need the  right teacher & the right tools  Your Workers' Compensation Board is North  America's leading publisher of workplace safety materials.  Books, brochures, videos and posters ���all researched  and prepared by authorities in the field of occupational  health and safety.  With 700 video, film and slide/tap>e productions, 150  instructional books and brochures and more than 200 safety  posters, the WCB offers you safety education on a wide  range of topics. Everything from talcing care of your back to  handling dangerous chemicals. This material is free, or  available on free loan, to B.C. workers and employers.  Last year you asked for almost 12,000 brochures  and posters and 2,000 films and videos on safety.  Safety at work. It starts with education.  Whatever your trade, whether you're a crane or hoe  operator, a rigger slinger, painter or tree trimmer,  we can teach you how to do your job safely. After  all, we've got the right tools.  PLEASE SEND ME THESE  SAFETY & HEALTH BROCHURES:  G Back Talk  11 Construction Safety Guide  ��� Elcctric.il Safety Ibi  Conitruction Machine and  Equipment Opera ton  i 1 Excavation Weerk  [ I 'Palters' and Bucket*  Handbook  1 i Hear Today Hear Tomorrow  : Lock-Ou I  I Leeev Voltaic Electrical  Safety  [ 1 Publications and Posters  Catalogue  I j Working Near Powerlines  I 1 Safety.Make it Work for You  ���REVISED EDI I ION AVAILABLE IN IUNE. looti  Please .lileeev .1 -I evevke- her delivery eit all publications.  Prices e'jry treini $ sil lei $1 00 per publication outside B.C,  SEND Til:  NAME  ORGANIZATION  ADDRESS  CITY OR LOWN  POSTAL CODE  PHONE ��  MAIL TO:  WCB ALMS AND POSTERS SECTION  P.O. Box5150, Vancouvei, B.C. Vol) 51 5  m  WORKERS  COITIPENSATION  BOARDfflSS  I  1       EDUCATION IS THE KEY TOASAFER WORKPLACE^ _J  -  -.-��-    ���������-  . -���  eakelltel  tmmmmM  mmum  I        II   lie���  mmmmstAtm  mSsmaOB   ^~~-~~*m^^m.m*+-,mm.m..*m~*^>m^ammm 24.  Coast News, July 9,1990  Rubin and Kogawa at Festival  The Festival of the Written  Arts is well-known as a national  event, and the Sunshine Coast's  own Carole Rubin is not outclassed by the calibre of other  speakers at the festival.  Rubin is known nationally  and locally as an environmentalist. Nationally she is Carole  Rubin, author of How to Get  Vour Lawn off Drugs, The  Organic Approach to Home  Gardening, and the Har-  rowsmith article 'The Diet of  Worms.'         CAROLE RUBIN  Locally Carole Rubin is the  outspoken and uncompromising Vire Ch.airperson of the  Sunshine Coast Forohore Advisory Task Forw who is also  active in the arts communily as  a promoter, organizer, teacher  and artist.  Anyone interested in the environment or related issues will  not be disappointed with Carole  Rubin's appearance at this  year's Festival of the Written  Arts. She will speak on Friday,  August 10 from 8 to 9:40 am,  on organic pesl control in your  garden.  When the Japanese-Canadians were interned during the  second world war, Joy  Kogawa's family was among  ihem.  In 1981 she resurrccttxl painful memories and spent long  hours researching the politics  and racial prejudice involved in  the wartime detainment of Japanese-Canadians to produce her  first novel, Obasan, an account of the pain inflicted on a  Japanese-Canadian woman  during that time.  In 1981 Kogawa won Books  in Canada's First Novel Award  for Obasan.  Vancouver born Joy Kogawa  has been publishing poetry sinre  1967, and she has also written  children's Action.  Between a full-time writing  career and a moderately-active  political life focusing on human  rights, Joy Kogawa raised a son  and a daughter. She now lives in  Toronto.  Joy Kogawa will speak al the  Festival of ihe Written Arts on  Sunday, August 12 from 3 to  4:50 pm, in the pavilion.   SSS SAVE SSS   USED BUILDING SUPPLIES  Quality, used lumbar, bricks, windows, lights, plumbing, ate.  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For the sake of accuracy In our advertising we  hereby rescind last week's statement.  THE NATURAL  CHOICE  Wool Roll Ends  80/20 Blend  Regular  Values to  COMMERCIAL  CARPET  Patterned Hospitality  Roll Ends  Regular  price  on underlay.  Do it yourself  & SAVE on labour.  Rubber back print.  Regular  price  NOW  $E95  W sq. yd.  Only 2 rolls left.  Seacdfot &**IW%**4^  @mstrong CANDIOE  Regular & 2 Piece Perfects  Suggested Retail    DeVries Everyday  Low Price  95  WW     2 Patterns at  ���q.yf. $16.95  sq. yd.  @rnstrong  CAMBRAY  CMHC Approved  Regular  price  NOW SELECTED  PATTERNS  $E95  w ��i- yd-  DOKCO   CUSTOMFLOR  Wlh  Satin finish without waxing.  a Wm-resUtenl nutate  ��� Natural lliilili  a lei* con: o tlmplt iponge  mopping ll ell you need  a Aretl-itoln: never ends waning  Many, Mmy More Unadvertlsed Valuee  MANN1NGTON  VEGA  Contemporary  Styling  Regular  price  "      709 Hwy. 101, Gibsons 886-7112

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