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 The Sunshine  LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 90.S     I  Parliament Buildings ,��,,   I  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  W  Published on the Sunshine Coast       25' per copy on news stands August 13,1990      Volume 44      Issue 33  We don't know how big the world's largest sunflower Is, but this one grown by Marv Volen of Gibsons must come dose. His grandchildren Janna and Mike Gamache (on the ladder) and their friends  Tracy and Stephen Hunter help to show It off, -rok Nicholson photo  Breakdown released  on Block Seven taxes  Voters finally grt their say on  the multi-faceted Block Seven  Civic Centre project in a  referendum slated for September 29, a Saturday.  Those who choose to exercise  their franchise will vote on the  (separate) fates of the Municipal  Hall/Library/Archives complex, the Aquatic Centre, and  the non-monetary question of  whether Branch 69 of the  Seniors' Association should be  granted siting on Block Seven  land.  Meeting last week in committee, and thro in a special Council meeting, members debated,  hammered out, then approved  tax ratM for each of the eight  Land Classes as they will apply  to the two proposed developments. Ninety-five per cent  of the total Sechelt assessments  fall into either the residential or  business class.  If the Municipal Hall complex passes, citizens owning  homes can expect to pay $95 on  a house .assessed at $100,000 ���  $195 on a home of the same  assessed value if the Aquatic  Centre is given the nod. If both  projects are approved, the yearly tax bite for someone with a  $100,000 home will be $290.  Business owners will see their  tax bills rise by $260 yearly  should the Municipal Hall complex pass ��� $195 if the Aquatic  Centre is approved. Both rates  are based on businesses assessed  at $100,000. Should both projects receive the go-ahead, a  business assessed at $100,000  Do yo�� like the paint Job? I'm non-union aad I work like a dog.  -Ketm-Mllbrkoto  will have to cough up $455 for  the Sechelt coffers.  Sechelt Clerk-Administrator  Malcolm Shanks explained the  higher (residential) rate's for the  Aquatic Centre, noting that  "The Aquatic Centre will cost  half a million more than the  Municipal Hall/Library/Archives to.capitalize - and cost  twice as much to operate."  Siddon  applauds  Native  talks  Minister of Indian Affairs  and Northern Development, Ihe  Honourable Tom Siddon  welcomed the announcement on  August 9 by British Columbia  Premier Bill Vander Zalm that  his government will accept the  recommendations of the  premier's council on Native Affairs to participate in land claim  negotiations.  'Minister Siddon noted that  the federal government has long  urged British Columbia to  become directly involved in  these negotiations, adding that  it is not possible lo arrive at  lasting settlements in BC  without its active assistance.  Mr. Siddon noted that the  federal government has consistently taken the position that  the cost of settling aboriginal  land claims is a joint responsibility of the federal and provincial governments. Since the  lands under claim are for the  most pan owned by the province, Canada believes thai  British Columbia should be  prepared to provide Crown  Land to the Indians as well as  share in the other costs of settling these long-standing  grievances.  Water still a  QlbsonsIssue  by Jeff Carpenter  With no sign of the hot dry  spell letting up any time soon  (and with sprinkling regulations  still in effect), the water situation is still an issue. It came up  for discussion twice at the  August 7 Gibsons Council  meeting.  During the Clerk-Administrator's report, Lorraine Goddard read the recommendations  of Pacific Hydrology Consultants Ltd., regarding the  drilling of a new well.  "They recommend that we  attempt to find the capped and  abandoned eight inch casing  near Henry and Field Roads,  and continue drilling down to  bedrock, hoping to find an  aquifer (water-ebearing porous  rock, sand or gravel)," Goddard said.  "If that attempt is unsuccessful, we have been advised to  drill three other test holes in that  area," Goddard added.  If the first well site yields  water, $25,000 would probably  be adequate to cover the costs  incurred, she noted. The drilling  of four holes would cost close to  $100,000. In that event, the entire budget for water development would be used, Alderman  Gerry Dixon noted.  The benefit of the well is that  it is located in the upper part of  Gibsons, so it could be pumped  dirretly from the resejrvoirs  without being drawn down by  residents using water as it is  pumped up, Goddard said.  All of council agreed that the  abandoned well site should be  drilled deeper, but came up with  different courses of action in  case the initial site turns up dry.  Lorraine Goddard said that  she and her staff had come up  with a possible alternative. A  larger diameter of pipeline running from the present water  supply would solve the water  problem as well, but would cost  between $180,000 and $200,000.  It would still be less expensive to  drill the abandoned well site and  other test holes, than to enlarge  the pipeline, she said.  "If the well is dry, rather  than punching three or four  other holes," Alderman John  Reynolds suggested, "we  should seriously consider working with the Sunshine Coast  Regional District and sharing a  source with them."  The council voted to give the  go-ahead for the drilling at the  abandoned well site.  At the end of the meeting  council discussed the domestic  water situation in general.  "The reservoir is almost to its  normal level, but it is all we can  do to keep it there," Goddard  said, "The water goes down  during the day and we pump it  back at night."  She added thai the reservoir is  gaining back two or three inches  a day.  "At least now we are able to  fight a fire," Goddard said.  Alderman Ken Collins said  the Town should develop an  agressive attitude toward water.  Some people expect to be able  to keep a garden during the  summer and others live off  them, he said.  Collins wants the Town to  come up with the hard figures  of Gibsons' water consumption  so that residents can be  guaranteed a certain amount of  water, not only for household  useage, but for gardens as well.  This is the type of thing that  should be planned for in the Official Community Plan especially in light of global warming  trends, he said.  There was some confusion  about the wording of the public  announcement on water regulations.  Alderman Reynolds thought  the ban on 'sprinkling' meant  that no watering of any kind  was allowed.  Clerk-Administrator Goddard said that she and her staff  informed concerned citizens  who called the Town's offices  that handheld watering with a  hose was permitted, but  automatic sprinkling was  definitely not allowed.  Alderman Reynolds suggested the Town clarify the  wording of the announcement  before its next run in the  newspaper.  Howe Sound project  said winding down  The new construction at the  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper  (HSPP) mill at Port Mellon is  heading into the last lap.  InterFacts Consulting Ltd.,  who has been monitoring the effects of the sudden huge increase in worker population on  local conditions, has put out its  latest report.  A construction work force  that peaked at approximately  1600 in June and July is now  down by about 300 men. By  December, the MacLeod and  Rainy River camps that housed  700 workers, will be closed.  The sudden short term increase in population at times  put some severe stress on many  local facilities, with ferries,  highways, the RCMP, medical  services and accommodation  taking the brunt of the pressure.  However, close liaison between  all groups has minimized the  problems.  Monitoring of conditions will  continue to the end of the project, with particular attention  being paid to traffic and ferry  congestion, and case overloads  at the Gibsons Medical Clinic.  Premier to speak  Premier Bill Vander Zalm will be the guest speaker at a  luncheon meeting of the Sechell and District Chamber of  Commerce this Thursday, August 16, beginning at 12 noon al  Pebbles Restaurant.  MLA Harold Long will also lie present, and several cabinet  ministers may also attend.  Tickets at $8 each are by reservation only, and may lie obtained by calling Ihe chamber office al 885-J100.  Enjoying the opening reception of the Mb Annual Festival of the Written Arts on Thursday evening  were Festival Chairman Betty Keller and (from left) Gerry Goodridge, Corporate Communications  Manager for Western Canada for Canadian Airlines Ltd., Order of Canada poet Irving Layton and  pott aad novelist Joy Kogawa. Canadian Airlines became one of the festival's major corporate sponsors this year, providing return airfare from Toronto for Layton, Kogawa aad travel writer Ronald  Wright. ���Fran Bureesldt pholo  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945 Coast News, August 13,1990  Comment  Oil is thicker  By invading and conquering liny, oil-rich Kuwait. Iraqi  Mrongman Saddam Hussein has put himself in the same  company with Ronald Reagan, who bungled his way lb an  equally heroic victory over miniscule Grenada.  Unlike Reagan, however. Hussein has committed crimes  against humanity which may finally be catching up to the  dictator, whom many regard (literally) as a madman. He  used poison gas extensively against his own people (the  Kurds), ihe first use of such heinous weapons since the  Germans' usage 7.1 years ago. He started the recent war  against Iran in which millions of lives on both sides were  lost.  Now he has decided that Kuwait must become part of  an 'eternal union' with Iraq, and the world communily,  which has pretty much left this neighbourhood bully io his  own devices up lo now. is finally concerned, flic United  States may or may nol invade Iraq, but the fact remains  lhat until Saddam Hussein grabbed 20 pci cent of the  world's oil reserves, nobody much cared what he did in his  own twisted little corner of the world.  Except for Ihe Israelis, who destroyed Hussein's nuclear  capability several years ago. anil have been warning the  world at large about this Middle Eastern monster ever  since. Obviously oil is more precious lhan blood.  Ah, reality!  It was supposed to be such a simple, straightforward affair. Local MLA Harold Long and a small ebevy of  Highway honehos would join area officials lor a ribbon  culling io dedicate the new seclion of Highway I0I just  above Secret Cove. A lew quick speeches, a snip of the  scissors, and then off lo Lord Jim's lor a post-pavement  reception.  Ah. but how the fates love to mess with the mundane!  Harold flew in lo find lhat no one was on hand lo chauffeur hint up lo Ihe highway. Apparently everyone thought  someone else was oil lop of this minor detail, because  everyone bul Harold was on hand when Ribbon Time arrived. (Harold finally wound up hoofing il).  If that wasn't humourous enough - and it was more  lhan enough for some - the ribbon culling itself took on a  weird and wondrous twist.  Instead of slopping traffic (which was very light) for 30  seconds or so lo allow the ribbon lo be slung from  shoulder to shoulder of the theoretically v it gin four-lane, a  decision was made lo bypass the bypass.  I he powers thai decide such things wound up stringing  iheir strip of salin across the old Highway 10I which, one  night safely assume, was as pleased as pavement can be by  all the attention.  So a dignitary is forgotten and the wrong road is  dedicated, and we are all treated lo a glimpse of reality  which, in all honesty, we would jusi as soon have happen  io someone else!  S YEARS AQO  Peter Gzowski, of CBC 'Morningside' lame, was one  of the many speakers at the third Annual Festival of the  Written Arts.  The first phase of planning for Gibsons downtown  revilalization has been completed and sent to the  Ministry of Municipal Affairs for approval.  10 YEARS AGO  Six people have been arrested on Texada Island in  demonstrations calling for a public meeting into the  justification of the Cheekeye-Dunsmuir powerline.  What is reported to be the largest portable sawmill in  the world was towed into the L&K sorting ground in  Howe Sound last week. Plans are to float the mill into a  trench, landfill around it and make it a permanent part  of the L&K installation at Twin Creeks.  20 YEARS AGO  The Coast News staff were enjoying two weeks of  their summer vacation.  30 YEARS AGO  Sechelt District School Board was informed that the  new schools at Halfmoon Bay and Sechelt have been  completed and may be occupied.  Eight hundred dollars damage was caused to the liquor store in Gibsons when the brakes failed on a car  and it rolled down from the Dutch Boy Cafe and pushed  its way two feet into the store.  40 YEARS AGO  The peninsula lost one of its most colourful and most  admired personalities with the death of Dr. Frederick  Inglis, aged 80, who died at his home August 12.  Construction of an addition to the Army, Navy and  Airforce Hall on Gambier Island got a real boost from a  volunteer work party last week.  Advertising  Mgr:  OHIce Mgr:  The Sunshine  CO&Sf MWI  Pubti.h.d by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Fran Beernilde  John Gilbert  Michael McAllnden  Anne Thomien  Dee Grant  Judie Meyers  Editor:  Jeehn Burnllde  Jell Carpenler  Reese Nicholson  Production Mgr: Jane Stuart  Jackie Phelan  Bonnie McHelley  Brian McAndrews  Bill Rogers  Bev Cranston me  Tha SUNSHINE COAST NEWS is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast, BC every Monday by Glassford  Press Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0. Gibsons 8862622 or  886-7817; Sechelt 885-3930; Pender Harbour 8839099; Gibsons  Fax 886-7725, Sechelt Fax 885-3954. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702.  Tht 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 Prtss Ltd., holders ol the  copyright SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Cinidt: 1 year 135; 6 months $20; Foreign. 1 year 140  Socldai,.  reaching  fcrftrfp"  N  HISTORY'S  TOP 10  POWER  MONGERS  Hitler  Stalin  Mussolini  Saddam Hussain  Caligula  ���>���   9  6. Harold Ballard  7. Kadafli  8. Attila the Hun  Brian Mulroney  10. Edi Amin  A&jffii<>  In a nutshell  Messing with history  by S. Nutter  I have not read a book called  Igor by Heather Robertson and  still being promoted, but Igor is  nonetheless what this is about.  There is no suggestion here  that .people should start writing  about books they haven't read.  If that sort of thing became rife  why we'd just be babbling away  all day. The thing in this case is  that 1 caught the other morning  a long interview Peter Gzowsky  had with Heather Robertson  about the book Igor, so this is  really about the author's perception of her book, and not  having read it may be a plus. I  think maybe I'll let it stay that  way.  Robertson's previous book,  on Mackenzie King, had been  heavily promoted to us as a  biography of special historical  significance. There had been  something of a hubbub about  this however since we had Ijeen  treated on almost every page,  thanks to the biographer's  ebullient insights, to a running  account of the old PM's inmost  thoughts on crucial affairs of  state and prostitutes alike. Some  had dared to say, against a  phalanx of our current publishing headpersons, that  somewhere there should be a  line drawn.  So Igor comes to us this time  as a 'novel' though, in the interview, the author emphasized  that the events are all for real  and accurately shown and all  the main characters have their  real names and are drawn from  life. In other words, says the ineffable Heather, this thing may  be called a novel bul this is the  way the whole thing really was.  the Igor is of course Igor  Gouzenko the Russian cypher  clerk who defected to us in Ottawa one night in the 1940's  bringing a lot of signals and his  cypher with him.  This seemed to uncover a  communist plot in Canada,  though the names of those involved remained in doubt, and  led of course to our biggest ever  witch hunt.  Valued civil servants lost their  careers, not .because they were  proved a part of the plot or even  communist-leaning, but because  they refused to let the RCMP  investigation steam roller along  without proper checks. Agencies, like the Film Board, had  their growth severely stunted at  the very time when creative action was most needed.  It was a deplorable period in  our recent history, perhaps the  most deplorable, and all the  more reason it seems to me that  we should have it in the clearest  and most realistic perspective  we can manage. It is also of  course a situation giving lots of  latitude to a novelist, but it is  hard indeed to conceive that  both these things can be done in  the same book.  In this interview it was clear  that this is just what the dauntless Heather perceives she has  done. The events are as they  happened, the people are for  real; the addition has been made  of the 'readable style', and of  course the novelist's invaluable  insights.  Robertson talks in what for  me is a kind of mannered snort  down her nose which gives lo  everything a sort of throw-away  lightness, even gaiety. In this  she gave us an instance of Ihe  insights: The night that Igor  defected with his signals was a  hot night. He, running away  from the KGB, would sure be  bothered. He must have been  sweating. He was drenched in  sweat she said, wringing wet.  What would happen then to  these signals, written in pen and  ink. Why the ink would all have  run, and when the RCMP got  them they could not have told  head from tail.  This kind of 'insight' I confess gives me the willies. When  it is extended to Ihe characters  of principal figures in our  history of the time, people  Robertson herself could never  have met, it can get to the point  of raising one's gorge.  Thus she says of John Grier-  son, founder of the Film Board  and Father of Documentary,  that he was really just a  domineering little man. I know  well people who knew Grierson  well till the time that he was here  and invariably they rank him as  perhaps the only great ran they  have known.  Obviously the book is also intended to be amusing ("Oh I  had a lot of fun with him,"  snorted the heedless Heather a  couple of times), and of course  you feel an ass objecting to  anything funny. But do we really want this as an accepted formula? History where convenient, for prestige; the novelist's  licence, to job the story; and  humour, to stay the critic?  Anyway, in a land where so  many graduates hardly know  what or why is history, it seems  a shame to beat our major  drums for stuff that can only  make matters worse. Maybe  much worse.  On His Blindness  John Milton 11608-16741  ll hen I consider how my light Is spent  Ire huff my tluys in Ihis ilark world and wide.  And that one lalenl which is death lo hide  lodged with me useless, though my soul more bent  Til serve therewith my Maker, and present  My true account, lest he reluming chide,  "Ihiih Cod exact day-labor, light denied?"  I fondly ask. Hut I'ullence, lo prevent  Thai murmur, soon replies, "CM doth nol need  Hither man\ work or his own gifts. II ho besi  Hear his mild yoke, ihey serve him besi. His stale  Is kingly: thousands at his bidding speed.  And post o'er land and ocean without rest;  They also serve who only slant! and wail."  A visit to the South  The people of Alabama  by Bev Cranston  The heat is suffocating. It  doesn't scorch you like a hot  California day but drains you of  all your moisture as you sweat  in quiet discomfort. It's ihe 4th  of July and it hasn'l rained for  over a monlh.  The bcauliful rolling hills of  Chambers County, Alabama  are quickly tinning brown with  a touch of green still hanging in  there. The tall and very old  pecan, while oak and willow  trees stand stately, never moving in the breathless heal. The  white pines are suffering as their  lower branches and needles turn  brown with tinder dryness.  No one is in sight. Not one  person can be seen outside,  anywhere. Evening falls very  quickly here, by 8 pm. There is  no dusk. And as the Katydids  creek out their incredibly loud  chorus, the people of this old  and historic county begin to  emerge from Iheir dwellings.  Out onto Iheir wide porches  with the old wooden chairs,  rockers and inevitable porch swings attached by chains to the  porch roofs, they begin to  show. Onto the table comes the  cooler full of ice and the large  pitchers of lemonade and ice  tea.  "When is it ever going to  rain?" remarks one cousin.  "Lei's try a rain dance,"  replies another.  "Wall, it's only 104  degrees." I listen to them. It's  hard to understand their drawl.  "We just can't keep up with  the work anymore. We're going  to have to hire a colored man  next spring." Just then the high  clouds start to rumble, a loud  ever-closer sound.  In the empty barn the starving calf starts to suck the milk  from the fingers of my caring  and gentle daughter who sits  and pets the baby to get her to  drink.  As the thunder increases, the  calf, sitting in the hot hay with  flies buzzing around her, begins  to suck from the huge bottle being offered lo her. Maybe  tomorrow the mother can be  caught and the two can be  reunited.  Back on the porch the swing  moves rhythmically as the  drinks ve downed.  Across the rolling hills Ihe  lightning is beginning to strike.  Forks appear to hit the ground.  They grow closer but il still  won't rain. Thunder and lightning increase and continue for  an hour. Finally big drops of  rain begin to fall. But alas, Ihey  only lasted for a few minutes.  The drops don't even wet the  parched red soil, the dry wilted  leaves, the brown grass. The  storm is over.  A McCarley cousin and  'good old boy' remarks "I  shoot deer, wild turkey, I love  to hunt." In this quiet country  area known as White Plains  where my grandmother grew  up, Ihis 'good old boy' is a product of his environment, just  like anyone else, anywhere else.  Can you trace your roots back  to 1830? What sort of a product  of your environment would you  be if your family had lived in  the same spot, the very same  area, hardly unchanged for over  150 years?  When one of my Canadian  cousins naively remarked "Do  you shoot coons?" the McCarley cousin looked a bit stunned, then in his good-natured  drawl said, "Wall, sometimes."  "I mean raccoons." Silence. I  changed the subject as quickly  as possible.  Remarks such as "that nigger  house up the road" I chose to  ignore. But 1 did not forget.  Nor did I forget the blacks who  came into a restaurant and were  escorted to the back corner and  waited on by a black waitress.  Nor did I forget the shy and  yet happy faces of the black  people I came into contact with,  nor the separate lineups, stores,  pools, etc. There are no signs. It  is just understood.  There is integration but there  is still separation and that is the  way it is in the deep south.  Blacks in the south do not  speak to you first. But as soon  as you say "Hi! How are you  today?" They respond with as  much friendliness and wide  smiles as anyone else.  "Hah! Where y'all from?"  The most common greeting to  me. As soon as southerners hear  your accent���just saying "Hi",  they want to know if you're a  Yankee.  To describe where I was from  1 would just say "Do you know  where Seattle is?" Of the many  people I met only one knew. He  was a very friendly black man  who was maintaining the  grounds and pool where we  stayed. He walked around all  day with his long-handled dust  dm and broom with a wide  brimnwd straw hat on his head.  When the Seattle connection  failed I would say "the west  coast of Canada, Vancouver.  Have you ever heard of it?" No  one had.  Your community's  AWARD-WINNINC  newspaper  ^tiijja^^j^fr  ��� ������-��� .���������...-���..  m^^^m Coast News, August 13,1990  Letters to the Editor  Shanks objects to Reid's stance  Insensitivity to  be remembered  Editor:  As chairman of the Block 7  Building Committee il has annoyed ine to see recent articles  in the. media that would, in my  opinion, infer to the reading  public, thai ihis committee has  been somewhat less lhan honest  and democratic in its dealings  wilh the seniors and ils process  ai making recommendations to  council for their approval.  All Block 7 Building Coin-  miilcc meetings, of which  Alderman Reid and Mayor  Meredith are members, have  been open lo attendance by all  council members and the  general public. The committee  system has always been a  democratic process in iis recommendations and reporting of  concerns to full council  meetings. Should there be need  for discussion ii has always  taken place al tegular council  meetings prior to approving or  rejecting formal motions,  Ai no lime was it ever the in-  (cm of commiiiee or council to  manipulate the seniors' association lo vote in lax our of Phase I  ot the Block 7 development, li  was only when i he memorandum of understanding between  the seniors and council was in  iis proposed third drafi lhal ihis  committee realized ih.u it was  Inadvertently putting pressure  on the seniors (population to  vole in favour of ihe Phase I  development of Block 7 if they  were to be allowed to come onto  Block 7 under separate referendum. When this was realized  and pointed oul il was then the  intent to have thai portion of  the document deleted by way of  an amendment to be submitted  to council at the regular meeting  of August 1. In ihe formal of  lhat meeting's agenda this was  lo take place immediately prior  lo Alderman Reid's submission.  It would have addressed many  of his concerns through open  debate.  In my opinion, what occurred  at that meeting was a far greater  crime against the democratic  process because it was obviously  manipulated and in view of the  media articles that it produced I  would suggest also that the  media was itself manipulated.  Think about it. Why else would  a member of the Block 7  Building Committee, who.  volunteered to serve on this  committee and whose comments would be recorded in the  minutes of such committee  meetings, have "postured" and  "grandstanded" in such a man  ner at a public meeling? The  process lor objections and concerns was there in committee, ll  should have been used. Council  docs nol need 10 be held up lo  unjusiilled ridicule by any one  of ils members. Al a lime for a  unified council it has produced  scars which will nol easily be  healed. Hopefully, council's  commitment to the public and  the community of Sechelt will  reaffirm itself and not be overshadowed by i his incident,  M.J.C. Shanks.  Chairman.  Block 7 Building Committee  Editor:  We sent a letter to Harold  Long expressing our concerns  about the proposed spraying of  'Vision' by the Ministry of  Forests.  The spraying is to take place  on the mountain slopes which  provide domestic water for at  least 100 homes in Roberts  Creek. We asked for his help in  preventing this polluting of our  watershed. He obviously has no  concern about this matter as he  did not even bother to write  back to us, but forwarded our  letter to a forestry bureaucrat.  It is not surprising that the  letter offered no help, expressed  no concern and told us we are  part of the process when we  aren't.  We will remember this insensitivity in the upcoming election.  Linda I ox  Bruce Moseley  Write about the ferries  Editor:  Frank Roosen's excellent letter recently in the Coast News  echoes the sentiments of many  of us faced with the frustrations  of commuting to the mainland  from the Sunshine Coast.  Our scheduled sailings are inadequate, at best, and during  the summer peak period, the  present ferry service becomes  intolerable.  Each year the traffic at the  Horseshoe Bay terminal increases, as does the level of  frustration for the BC Ferries  employees, the confused tourists and Coast residents trying to  fight their way to the Langdale  toll booth.  It's no wonder that people  who are unfamiliar with the circus at Horseshoe Bay get in the  wrong lineup. I know exactly  where I am going, the problem  is getting there.  On Wednesday I was an hour  early for the 3:30 pm sailing and  upon reaching the point of mass  confusion on the Upper Levels  Highway, I slowed down and  was signalled with a great show  of arm-waving and yelling  "Keep going, keep going."  Other than the Nanaimo  lineup there was no one behind  me and a little further on the  same thing "K��p going." This  lime I slopped and after yelling  "Langdale" and a few other  words, finally got this person's  attention and was told to cut  through the line at that point.  The card system for sorting  out traffic would help if you  were given a card where the  congestion starts and it could be  made clear that we are not all  heading for Nanaimo.  More letters to the Honourable Minister, Rita Johnston,  might help to convey the  message that the Sunshine  Coast does exist and these improvements are long overdue.  Carol Seabrook  Madeira Park, BC  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ���Retirement Planning M.ife Insurance  ���Investment Planning ���Kmplnyee Benefit Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coasl for over 8 Years'  LAWRENCE K. CHAMBERS  LIFE UNDERWATER  TELEPHONE 8869111  fax 888.S121  toil free    180OM3-2OS1  ifMZZf)  ��� I MORE THAN Cl DTHINf  %  MORE THAN CLOTHING       f/    ||  -X,t.J.    Some 0ri9inal Designs  raV.Tw"'   Bi9 Wind Coming Soon  {Ljcwnioufji ^r\ou��zts Cttek  B.C. ASSESSMENT AUTHORITY  NOTICE  WHERE PROPERTY CURRENTLY USED FOR  RESIDENTIAL PURPOSES IS ZONED FOR  ANOTHER USE. SPECIAL CONSIDERATION  MAY BE GIVEN IN THE VALUATION WHERE  THE PROPERTY HAS BEEN OWNED AND  OCCUPIED BY THE PRESENT OWNER SINCE  JULY 1st, 1980.  APPLICATION FORMS AND OTHER INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM YOUR  LOCAL ASSESSMENT AUTHORITY OFFICE,  AND MUST BE FILED BY OCTOBER 31. 1990.  Hello, Mary Lou  Editor:  Why do you give the Gibsons  Post Office so many (copies of  the) Coast News?  On Monday of this week I  was mailing some letters at the  back of the post office when I  noticed a man loading a bunch  of papers in a truck. I asked  what he was doing and he said  he was taking them to the  recycling depot. There were  hundreds there as well as Sears,  the Press and others.  What a terrible waste of our  forest. Surely you could help  the environmental issue by not  giving so many extra.  Mary Lou Bradlev  Editor's Note:  Since you failed to include  either address or telephone  number, all we can say is hello  Mary Lou where ever you are!  A postal official assured us  lhal il wasn't Ihe Coasl News,  bul Ihe Press whose extra copies  were being ignominously carted  away! Said Ihe official: "We  are consistently overloaded by  aboul 300 copies of Ihe Press a  week."  Il's our forest, too, Mary  Lou ��� and we care aboul It.  More letters  Page 19 & 23  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  e CEDAR e FIR e HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  ��� All Sales Final  ��� No Dealers Or Agents  ��� Sale Prices Will Be  On Windows  SOUTH COAST FORD] ���  ALL VEHICLES        :SOLD AT  POSSIBLE PRICES  MDL5936  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  Parts Direct Phone 885*7211 885-3281  Vancouver Toll Free 684-2911  * On The Spot Financing 0.A  * Trades Welcome  * Warranties On Most  Sale Vehicles  I  ��������***��������" Coast News, August 13,1990  Hflp on the way  Gibsons PO inundated  by Kerry MiUs  Canada Post says help is on  the way for the inundated Gibsons Post Office. Hampered by  a lack of equipment to compensate for the Gibsons area's rapid  growth, the post office has had  difficulty providing the kind of  service residents expect. With  no available box space open to  newcomers on the Coast, Gibsons General Delivery is seriously overloaded. The time taken  by postal workers to sort the  General Delivery mail has kept  FOR SALE  BY PUBLIC TENDER  Sealed tenders, addressed to "Town of Gibsons ��� Sale  of Surplus Equipment" will be accepted until 2:00 p.m.,  August 21,1990 at the Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher  Road, Gibsons, BC, lor the sale ol the following items:  1 Only, 1979 Chev Vt ton pickup truck ���  Serial No. CCD1491133966.  1 Only, 1980 Ford 1 ton pickup truck ���  Serial No. F35GCJG7759.  1 Only, Joy tlr compressor - Serial No. 670339.  1 Only, Sewer Roddlng Machine ��� Serial No. 6S487.  1 Only, Gormen Rupp 3" dlaphram pump ���  Serial No. 31297.  1 Only, air powered Lincoln grease gun -  Serial No. 258543.  These items may be viewed at the Municipal Works Yard  on Henry Road, near Reed Road, between the hours of 1:00  p.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Friday, August 17, 1990 only.  The highest or any bid will not necessarily be accepted;  the Municipality reserves the right to reject any or all bids  for any item.  Wllbert Fair  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  Show Piece Gallery  is pleased to announce the arrival of  a serigraph of two local artists:  ED HILL & LYALL NANSON  BEACHCOMBER FAREWELL  P  '     '��S           if.  ,v'.  ��� i                  J  ���j^V/**   "  \w\l3  t   ^^L\  ������' V-'T^^il  W%mjmw\  Conservation Matted ��� Wooden Frame  $375.00  With only 107 prints available  CALL TODAY TO RESERVE YOUR PRINT  ^mShow Piece Galleryw  & CUSTOM FRAMING  280 Gower Pi. Rd., Gibsons Landing  GALLERY  886-9213  I  GIBSONS LANDING  FRAMING  886-9215  them away from some of their  normal duties, such as sorting  redirected mail.  As part of a nation-wide program, noted a postal  spokesman, Canada Post is  endeavouring to wean people  off General Delivery. The corporation hopes the addition of  19 new boxes will help ease the  pressure in Gibsons. And, as of  August I, Canada Post is charging people who voluntarily use  General Delivery, $50 a year.  Doug McClelland, a  spokesman for Canada Post,  said that the Gibsons Post Office "has everything on order  lhat they need," and he expected that service could return  to normal in two or three months. However, one of the biggest  problems facing the post office  is lhat of staffing. While stating  there "isn't a staffing problem  that can't be addressed with  overtime and more part time  workers," McClelland admitted  that small towns such as Gibsons don't have the flexibility to  add extra workers that larger  urban centres do.  "The postmistress has only so  many hours she can allocate,  and so far there has been little  room for the postal workers  putting in overtime to help clear  the backlog of mail," commented a post office employee.  Caught between stringent union  rules, and closely regulated  hours, the workers are  frustrated in their attempts to  provide better service to the  customers.  Another ever present problem facing both the Gibsons  and Sechelt post offices is getting new boxes in place and  operable. The actual moving of  these boxes is done with local  labour, and by bid, but both  post offices acknowledged that  there are occasionally problems  finding someone to do the  work. In Gibsons, this problem  is so severe that occasionally  when existing boxes get knocked over, there is no one to  upright them, unless the  residents do it themselves.  Going once, going twice... SOLD! (o Tim Payne (a.k.a. Burt  Rentals) for $170, "Relic's" sneakers & cap at The  Beachcombers Celebrity Auction lasl Saturday. "Robert  Clothier is a wonderful man," said a pleased-as-punch Tim, who  would consider placing his "objects d'art" in Elphinstone  Pioneer Museum if a Beachcombers section is established.  ���Fran Burnside photo  Local residents  still anti-spraying  despite hearing  As a result of the recent decision of the Environmental Appeal Board to allow forestry to  spray the herbicide 'Vision' near  Stephens, Wilson, Flume and  Roberts Creeks, local residents  have stepped up efforts to make  the Sunshine Coast herbicide  free.  "We believe we do have a  right to drinking water that is  free from pesticide contamination," says Maria McCartney,  SCEPP member. \  A public meeting will be held  Thursday, August 23, 7 pm ai  Ihe Roberis Creek Community  Hall. "We invited representatives from forestry but they  refused to come lo hear what  people have to say.  "This meeting will be the  beginning of a full scale campaign.  "An organized campaign is  essential to channel peoples'  energy and to ensure we don't  have to continually fight individual cases for years to  come.  "The meeting on August 23 is  critical because we can still stop  the spraying along our creeks if  enough people show up."  SCEPP will decide by August  14 whether or not to challenge  the EAB decision through a  judicial review.  Anyone interested in more information should call Maria  McCartney at 885-6070 or contact Donna White c/o SCEPP,  General Delivery, Roberts  Creek, BC, VON 2W0.  NOTICE OF  39 PUBLIC  HEARING  Zoning Amendment By-Law  No. 555-43,1990 and  Official Community Plan Designation  Amendment By-Law No. 600-6,1990  Pursuant to Section 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a  PUBLIC HEARING will be held Wednesday, August 29,  1990 at 7:30 p.m. in the Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher  Road, Gibsons, BC to consider Zoning Amendment By-Law  No. 55543, 1990 which by-law is proposed to amend the  Town of Gibsons Zoning Bylaw No. 555,1986 and Official  Community Plan Designation Amendment By-Law No.  600-6, 1990 which is proposed to amend the Town of Gibsons Official Community Plan By-Law No. 600, 1988.  The intent ol By-Law No. 555-43,1990 is lo amend the present zoning ol the following property as described:  1. In general terms, the intent ol the by-law is to amend Ihe  zoning of the lands legally described in Paragraph 2  below from the existing Single-Family Residential Zone  4 (R.4) to the proposed Single-Family Residential Zone 1  (R.1) which would allow lor creation of parcels upon subdivision of a minimum parcel size of 7,500 square feet.  However, a covenant under Section 215 ol the Land Title  Act is being granted by the owner to the Town which will  be registered against Block 7 and which will, in the case  ol Block 7, restrict subdivision to parcels of an average  parcel size of 10,000 square feet and increase the  minimum side yard setbacks to 10 feet.  2. The lands that are the subject of the by-law are:  That certain area of land in the Town of Gibsons, British  Columbia, more particularly known and legally described as Block 6 and that part of Block 7, Oistrict Lot 842,  Plan 6755 which is shown outlined on the plan prepared  by Larry Penonzek, BC Land Surveyor, a photo-reduced  copy of which forms part of this notice.  3. This by-law may be cited as Zoning Amendment By-Law  No. 555-43, 1990.  "In general terms, the purpose of By-Law No. 600-6,1990, a  by-law to amend the Town of Gibsons Official Community  Plan By-Law No. 600, 1988 Is to:  1.(a) clarify the portions of the Gospel Rock Area that are  developable;  (b) clarify the conditions under which the Gospel Rock  Area can be developable; and  (c) to obtain as much of the Gospel Rock Area for  parkland as is possible."  2. This by-law may be cited as Official Community Plan  Designation Amendment By-Law No. 600-6, 1990.  A copy of the above By-Laws may be inspected at the Gibsons Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road in Gibsons.  British Columbia during office hours, namely 8:30 am to  4:30 pm Monday to Friday (Statutory Holidays excepted).  Take notice that this notice is deemed to be a synopsis of  the by-laws, and not deemed to be an interpretation  thereof.  At the Hearing, all persons who deem their interest in property to be affected by the proposed by-laws shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained  therein.  Rob Buchan  MUNICIPAL PLANNER & APPROVING OFFICER  DO IT UP  MENS & LADIES'APPAREL  262 Gower Pt. Rd.,.  Gibsons Landing  886-2116  ettoaM  *>' ��� '    .�������*'-  ' ;   ��� ���  mmmm  ]^j^i(ig^ff^j*^��*��*'-"'*^v-~--- ���--���-- -*-*���:^���- Georcje    in    Gibsons  Coast News, August 13,1990  We wave you goodbye  by Geom Coopw, 88M330  Beachcombers, you leave us  all with many endearing  memories. Apart from the fond  recollections of the many who  have been extras, of those who  did business with you, even  those of us who simply watched  you shooting scenes, there was  your epjsode The End, done  without re-takes the afternoon  and evening of August 4 (actually the wrap party), all expertly produced in a 'cramped  location with many extras'.  Wistfully we waved you  goodbye.  This episode, set at the curling club from scene four to  wrap lime, will be, il is reported  lo us, shown on CBC in some  edited form surely, Sunday,  September 2; lhat is, if not preempted by some olher event of  national importance, like  Meech lake II!  That may be one more  rumour like the several you  have already heard. Harry and  Margaret Smith say there are no  plans put forward by anyone to  use the Molly's Reach building.  Rumours! Have you heard  lhat Bruno will make a public  service video here? He will be in  a wheelchair, victim of impaired  driving, manfully rehabilitating  himself on the golf course, in  his wheelchair, and bringing his  handicap way down.  Yet another has Robert C.  turning again to sculpturing; to  chisel a block of drab Coasl  rock into something symbolic of  the CBC.  And Jackson? He will write,  produce and star in a Gothic  romance series sel in Gibsons.  He has the stuff for it. And we  certainly have the plot lines!  That Saturday event, so well  managed and organized by the  Rotary Club, provided the  lucky few hundred who got  tickets a splendid supper, an interesting set of presentations  and a piece of cake.  Congratulations Ron Baba  and crew of the winter club for  pork roasts and barbecued  salmon. The Rotary Club, in  producing ihis episode, has  made a thunderous good start.  How else could we have said a  bieniol to the Beachcombers?  John Kavanagh, who first  came up with the idea of the  wrap and who chaired this  Rotary event, said, "The approximately $10,000 that has  been raised by the auctions and  a donation by the Gibsons Harbour Merchants Association  will provide a trust fund lhal  will provide scholarships for  Elphinstone Secondary students  going in for TV and radio  careers."  He added, "It was a coincidence that 20 or more  Elphinstone students who will  be the class of '91 were working  at the wrap parly, their first  fundraising project for graduation days next year. So we asked  one of them, Natasha Fowlie, lo  acknowledge the scholarship on  behalf of the school."  Presentation by the Beachcombers assured the Elphinstone Pioneer Museum of some  appropriate memorabilia and  llic Herilage Society of some  equipmenl lo be used in the  renovations of the former WI  Hall.  The RCMP promoted Jackson Davies to the rank of  honourary sergeant in the force.  Only Seth Preston of the Yukon  and Dave Broadfoot of CBC's  Air Farce have previously  received this good-humoured  recognition of outstanding portrayals of police officers.  Colour Photo  ENLARGEMENT  SPECIAL  35 mm and medium  format negatives  8x10    ��5M  11x14   11"  16x20   1580  20x24    22M  Quality Guaranteed  UNTIL SEPT. 4TH  ONLY  E. & E. Photography  287 Gower Pt. Rd.. Gibsons Landing  886-4586 or leave message  Bui. houra 10 em ��� 2 pm  or lay appointment  "Though we we-ren't much  impressed ai first (1970) with  this strange idea of a TV production in our building thai  became Molly's Reach," Marg  Smilh told us, "we were soon  reassured by Phil Keating and  Bob Gray. Harry and our son  John had ihe equipmenl and the  saltchuck know-how thai kept  the show rolling despite its  skimpy initial budgets."  The practical experience in  Beachcomber production and  the outlet it gave to his initiative  has given John the start in his  career in filming. At present he  is a producer for Cannell Films  in their North Van studios, doing a 21 Jump Street seders.  Beachcomber special effects  man, John Sleep, has done  many of the Sea Cavalcade boat  blowups, but not the one thai  shattered windows in Gibsons  one year. "This year," he told  us, "I was more lhan busy on  Cavalcade Friday; had the boat  blowup io check as well as take  care of a Beachcomber scene at  the shake mill at Wilson Creek.  Nick was lo be shot by the bad  guys.  "Usesd a sharpshooter from  Vancouver, an air rifle, and  plastic capsules thai gave off a  puff of dust when they hit the  wall near Nkk. Very effective.  That was the episode we did in  the lasl two weeks of filming.  That wasn't all the mayhem  either."  "What more?"  "Blew Relic off the dock. Actually it was stuntman Keith  Wardlow, who has doubled for  just about every character in the  show. Also in the middle of ihe  night of August 23, we sank the  I'ersephone, blew up a 33-fool  fishboat   and   a    16-foot  beachcombing boal."  "This was quite realistic?"  "Pretty sure it was. The show  wenl out with a bang!"  Dan Zueff has looked after  saltwater requirements for the  past four years with the  I'ersephone, Relic's jet boat and  the barges.  "There's l>e*en plenty of work  with other shows as well," Dan  said. "Like MacGyver, Booker  and Wise Guy. Even took a  biirge lo the Fraser for a rock  group's video."  Dan and Ted Smith, Harry's  grandsons, own a jet whaler  which they've used in the Sea  Hunt scries. "There are other  jobs, too, like Ihe Friday recently when i spent a good part of  the nighl re-building a log boom  lhal came apart just off  Hopkins. Glad il was dead  calm."  And Harry won't have lo  lake his big launch oul on  RCMP calls anymore. He is  somewhat relieved. "It's a  hurry and wail business, this  show business."  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BEST SEBVICFl  HAM     __  parlOOg ilV  Duncan Mines ��� Deluxe  ��� All Varieties  CAKE  MIXES  SOOgpkg,   I mktWO  Fraah ��� Whole ��� Pink  ��� Head On ��� kg 4.39  SALMON  .1.99  or Macaroni  SALAD  parlOOg  Fleetwood * Sliced or  Shaved ��� Honey  HAM i     _  P9r100g   1.19  mmmmmmmmmm  --������'"������"-<��������� . . Coast News, August 13,1990  The Sunshine Coast  FALL FAIR  Sal., Sept. S, 1990  Catalogues al outlet,. Gardeners,  Home Bakers, Artists, Wine  Makers. Photographers. Craftspeople, Needleworkers. Get your en-  try forms in now to compeete.  Adults 1 Children  Something for everyone ��� Vour  chance to win Trophies, Ribbons,  Mm!  Pans 606-7476  ! GMfl&IEfc  ISLAND r.  ' SAT. AUG, IS  I  -rt?  The above? space is provided  courtesy of these Gibsons Landing  Merchants  m���mr  * Accents ��  Accents Country Gift  Store, located in scenic I-owcr  Gibsons, is a quaint little- Kilt  Mora packed lull nf fabulous  country ideas.  It was started two and a half  years UK" by I'aula and Patricia  who leivc the country loeik and  die' Ix'auiy nl ihe Victorian era.  This unique (lore offers a  wide variety illicit ideas; many  of which are' made by the  shopkeepers themselves and  they air mure' than happy In  help you pick out lhat perfect  t*��� IX. Special items made up tee  soil your personal needs are  also available.  But Accent! is much more  than a gift store. You'll find all  sorts of items to Accent and accessorize your home and give it  that warm country ambience:  floral wreaths, decorative  towels and potholders, baskets  (now 20-50% oil), miniatures,  Accent rugs, (25% off),  beautiful prints by Canadian  artists such as Brent Heighton  and Trial) Romance, potpourri,  and beautiful mx'ticicd and  Battenburg doilies and tablecloths (all lace is now 20% nil).  Incidentally we offer a 20% discount on uli special-order laee  tablecloths, runners and  napkins, ele. You'll find  everything you need lo make  your home smell and look  special ai Accenli and at affordable prices inn!  Also al Accents you'll lind  unique 'Gibsons Landing'  souvenirs lhat ynu won't lind  anywhere else and guess what?  They're genuinely 'Made in  Gibsons'.  So whether you're jusi passing through eir a Coaster or  one of eiur many regular  customers, make sure Accents  Country Gift Store is your  next slop.  Accents is the place to bring  your friends for a browse and a  chat, but we dare you to leave  without 'bin linle item you just  can't live without.  MARY'S  VARIETY  886-8077  Buy now for  Christmas Gifts  Open  7 Day* A Week  Gower Pi. Rd.  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Murchie's Coffee, Ice Cream,  Candy, Chocolates!  oooooooooooooooo  "Homemade Daily"  Eat-In or Take-Out  Open 8-9 Everyday  Gibsons Landing  ��� Fishing Tackle  ��� Marine Hardware  ��� Outdoor Apparel  ��� Binoculars  AUDREY'S  J COFFEE  SERVICE  Office 8, Restaurant  Supplies & Equipment  mm  ���V-���'->*...: ...������������.-.��.��������� .,..>~���,���,,-,....., Coast News, August 13,1990  MAKE YOUR DAY...  HAVE LUNCH OR DINNER  AT THE OMEGA  OMEGA  RESTAURA-NT  OVERLOOKING GIBSONS HARBOUR  ��� RESERVATIONS 886*2268 TAKEOUtH  30%  Off All  OHZONE  Clothing  Tanks, Shorts,  Pants & T-Shirts  e WORK WEN?  /IK WORLD x.  886-2257     gower point road, Gibsons landing Your LOTTERY Centre    Ijg [���-������...] S**r3)  ( BUTCHER SHOP  lUCK\ .  DOLLAR  FOODS  Canada Grade A Beef Outside Round or flump  Prices effective  Mon. Aug. 13  to Sun. Aug. 19  ROAST  [  rnsmmrn  1.99  2.19  ground beef  Fresh Frying ft.     tm mm,  chicken breasts  ��.Do  Fletchers Regular  wieners  Central American Grown Dole  BANANAS mm  3 lbs./.99  BC Grown Head gWk A  lettuce eo .03  California Grown m f%  bartlett pears      �� ,4S  mushrooms      ��,1.99  BC Grown a a  .zucchini squash     .l\j  ij  Globe  corned beef  Pacific m1t\  evaporated milk3��5gm. I o  Ptpsl/Dlel Pepsl/7Up/Dlei 7Up      ft.    f\f\  POP 6pacle cema   �� . ��7%9  Pride nl the World .4       A t\  soda crackers^gn,1.4g  tomato soup ?��.12/.89  Dairymaid Apple-Cherry/  QldTyme Apple  DAISY  ���'������ifc^ft   ���  Innwood  butter   Daneiborg  feta cheese.  .454   gm  aC.DJf  400 gm  0.0*9  juice m 4/.99  M> Nome Bart/ell ���  In Llghl Syrup TO        Pepperldt  pear halves mmi.lz\   cakes  Good Host ft.     t>f\  icedteamix 5oo9m4>w"  BC Granulated f\     AM  sugar o.lD  Bullonl Fellucinl ai       A f\  pasta nest 5oo8ml.4g  #������; . ,''s1-. JI.I .?L  ijn  Pepperldge Farm Assorted .      _ _  255 4 310 gm 1 .4<9  McCain Straight A Crinkle Cut ^    _n  Superfrles        , * 1.79  MceSaufns Country  While A Brown  Seahaul Large A     AM ?��Dro^ 7Q  tiger shrimp n39m 0.99   bread ^.ro  Hleni SgueeiaWe Tomalo  ketchup  3.09  Wnton Homemade Style  While & 60% Whole' Wheal ���~  bread szogm .9*7  IT'S THE SIMPLE THINGS  in lile lhal i|ive such pleasure like beinks lull ol  blackberries ripening in the sun. which one can  stroll along and pick as much as one likes Apples  ripening on Ihe trees and the toy ol combining  Ihese delicious laste treats  ifa  THE BIGGEST  LITTLE STORE  Past Ken's Lucky Dollar  "4T .   .  TH��BtT&T  SANDW/CH  /At* TOWN  .  variety ���";:,��� foods  Gibsons Landing     886-2936  Wf0 %  Handmade &  Hand-painted clothing  In Sunifc  Handpainted Tops  & Dresses  h\ /...../,. I'm  Gower Pi. Rd.,  Gibsons Landing      886-2818  F,|e  ��� Fine Art  ��� Pottery  ��� Cards  ��� Posters  ��� Art Supplies  ��� Blown Glass  Lyall  Nanson  -Show Piece Gallerm  & CUSTOM FRAMING  280 Gower Pi. Rd, Gibsons Landing  GALLERY  886-9213  |^��      ��^  cibsomj undinc  FRAMING  886-9215  ���  APPLE & BLACKBERRY CRUMBLE  1 layer ipplei  4 cupi blickberrlei  2 tablespoons honey  2 cups Hour  1 cup mirgariiw  1 cup sugar  2 tablespoons graast  1 Using a pastry blender, cul the marganne inlo  ' the flour until It's really line. Slir in the sugai  and granola Any variety ol granola will do  2 Peel 4 cot�� |he apples. Slice them thinly Mix  Ihe apples & blackberries in a 2 quarl oven  proot dISti and drizzle the honey over lop  3 Covei Ihe Iruit with Ihe crumble mixture. Bake  in a 375T oven tor aboul 30 minutes ot unlit  the top Is golden btown.  4 Seme vylth ice cream or whipped cream  poure<^oyer your golden juicy bubbling bowlul  and enjoy!  Lite can ft so easy! ���._;.,.  NEST LEWIS  Shipment of  CANVAS WATERPROOFING  HAS ARRIVED  WW. UPHOLSTERY  & BOAT TOPS no  637 Wyngap.t Rd   Gibsons  886-7310  What's  to do?  Find oul all the places lo wi-'  see and things to do,  when It's happening and  how lo get there with  !UNE)iNGS  ON SALE AT  Tourist booths,  newstands &  THE COAST NEWS  ^fgaaaoBsgamaaB  - ��� !  GRAMMA'S  PUB  CATCH f  THE f  WAVE   ��  -  .'���     t Coast News, August 13,1990  The Sunshine Coast  FALL FAIR  Sat., Sept. 1,1990  Catalogues at outlets. Gardeners,  Home Bakers, Artists, Wine  Makers, Phtnographers, Craftspeople, Needleworkers. Get your entry forms in now to compete.  Adults *, Children  Something for everyone ��� Vour  chance lo win Trophies, Ribbons,  Print!  Pam Mt-7476  : GA1WE>1E�� v  INLAND *  ' SAT.AUGylS  i��n&Pe^  p&t  ���J  The above space is provided  courtesy of these Gibsons Landing  Merchants  M i  ** Accents P  Accenti Country Gift  Store, Itintit'cl in scenic Uiwer  Qibaons, is a quaint little nil!  store packed lull of fabulous  country ideas.  It was started two and a half  years aiii> by Paula and Patricia  who love ihe country look and  (lie Ix'auty eif the Victorian era.  This unique store offers a  wide variety ol"t*ili ideas; many  of which are made by the  shopkeepers themselves and  they are more lhan happy lo  help you pick out that perfect  Kill. Special items made up to  Mill your personal needs arc  also available.  But Accenti is much more  than a gift store. You'll find all  sons of items to Accent and accessorize your home and give it  that warm country ambience:  floral wreaths, decorative  towels and potholders, baskets  (now 20-50% off), miniatures,  Accent rugs, (25% off),  beautiful prints by Canadian  artists such as Brent Heighton  and Trill) Romance, potpourri,  and beautiful crocheted and  Baltenburg doilies and tablecloths (all lace is now 20% oil).  Incidentally we oiler a 20% discount on aii s|M'tial-order lace  tablecloths, runners and  napkins, etc. You'll find  everything you need to make  your home smell and look  s|K'cial al Accents and al alien -  liable- prices Ion!  Also at Accents you'll llnd  unique 'Gibsons Landing'  souvenirs lhal you won't lind  anywhere else and guess what?  They're genuinely 'Made in  Gibsons'.  See whether you're jusi passing through or a Coaster or  one of our many regular  customers, make sure Accents  Country Gift Store is your  next slop.  Accents is the place to bring  your friends liir a browse and a  chut, bul we dare you to leave  without that little item you just  can't live without.  MARY'S  VARIETY  886-8077  Buy now for  Christmas Gifts  Open  7 Day. A Week  Gown Pi. Rd.  [Gibsons Landing  Dry Cleaning  Drop OH  CUSTOM  Ceramics  t  Made to  >  Vour Order  886-3233  Open: Tuts -Sit 10-4  Tues 1 Thurs eves  M  6 30-9 30  .00*  ��� *4*��v  *>.��*T'0NS  0  453 Marine Drive  Gibsons Landing  Ceramics Instruction  Workshops  Eagles & Whales  GALLERY  Sunshine    j^1  Coast    j^  Photost*  _   /  ��� Frames      jt  *f   ���  ��� Posters  ��� Prints  ��� Cards  /  Princess  Louisa Cruises  Dipirt tOim  ��� Fishing Charters  From $15 per hour  30 boats  f      886-8341 m,  SUNSHINE COAST  TOURS  r.v.vvuvwwuw  i GIBSONS BAUMAN KEEPS    <  V    HOUSE WARM   ||H e*  'y     ...BUT WE     mf    m*  '^EPITLOOKINI^T  HaMsWW'4  \8ood' soaps  > Y     20K OFF  5 C'0'U'N-T'R-r       f~"^J  61ft Slon C/Ja&ak,  Gibsons Landing ^���� JJ  m) U6-92M p     ��*ffl|lllllll'. C  "Open 7 days, 10:00 - 5:00" f  WiWIi-AWIiVW/  YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND AT  DocksfDe  art-:'. :,'-.��� :-.'���-���:'��� ��� ':. ,'. i.      ,-���  441 Marine Drive, Gibsons   886-8158  pton Service SEVEN DA YS A WEEK:  7:00 pm  4 Provincial  Your full line  eXT^  ZXPR���S5  with something  ������ Enter with =  J^ny Non-Winning On-Line Ticket  (649. Lotto B.C.. Express or B.C. Keno)  Each Week we will draw for a  Lunch at the Mariners' Restaurant  lvalue lo (10.001  Every  THURSDAY IS SENIORS' DAY  Save 10% �����"  With Gold Care Card  Except Prescriptions and Lottery Tickets  TIMEX WATCHES  Assorted Styles  2556 OFF  REGULAR RETAILS  oooooooooooooooo  FOR   ���  "GOOD FOOD'  Soup, Sandwiches, Salads,  Quiche, Muffins, Tarts,  Cinnamon Buns, Tea,  Murchie's Coffee, Ice Cream,  Candv, Chocolates!  oooooooooooooooo  "Homemade Daily"  Eat-In or Take-Out  Open 8-9 Everyday  Gibsons Landing  ��� Fishing Tackle  ��� Marine Hardware  ��� Outdoor Apparel  ��� Binoculars  GIBSONS  marina  886-8686  Bo�� 1520, Gibson* B.d"  Come in to a Friendly Cale  Relax and Enjoy  ���A superbly satisfying meal  ���A "famous" Harbour Cafe  home made dessert  ���Great service from prople  who care  ��' SH'..a,V*,'  Gibsons Landing*'     886-2261  F,����h Brewed rpFFff  for your office or  place of bus.net*  .  ���Coffee brewers supplied  at no charge  ���Weekly coffee delivery  Great selection  ���Coffee set-ups for meetings  Call Doug at 886-768S  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  Office 8. Restaurant  Supplies ��. Equipment ( BUTCHER SHOP ]  Canada Grade A Beef Outside Round or Rump  ROAST   igg  ground beef     ��,2.19  Fresh Frying af\     *��� am  chicken breasts ,bL. D\5  1.89  Prices eflective  Mon. Aug. 13  to Sun. Aug. 19  ������  Fletchers Regular  wieners  Central American Grown Dole  BANANAS _ _  3 lbs./.99  ea   ,%jWj  BC Grown Head  lettuce  California Grown m A  bartlett pears      ��, .49  Money's  pears  Moneys ,|      f\f\  mushrooms      > l.gg  ��� BC Grown a a  ~ zucchini squash     .^y  7Wf0m���G,r  SANCW/CH  variety���* foods  Gibsons Landing     886-2936  Handmade &  Hand-painted clothing  fee SeliteSen  Handpainted Tops  & Dresses  h\ Lmdii Ptvi  Gower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons Landing      886-2818  mil si��i:< iai  Grimms -     f%f\  four bean saladper/,ib 1.Z9  bbq chicken  Dper Vi Ib  4.29  corned beef  ���gm 1.49  Pacific mff%  evaporated milk^m. /3  Pepsl/Dlel Pepsl/7Up/Dtei 7Up     ft.    f\(\  POP bpackcans  C . 5/3  Pride of the World .at      A/%  soda crackers.���9m 1.45!  tomato soup ��4mi 2/.89  Dairymaid Apple-Cherry/  OU-T\,me Apple |%A  juice 250 mi 4/. yy  No Name Borl/ell ���  In Light Syrup "TA  pear halves     mmi. / y  Good Hosl ft.     f\ A.  iced tea mix 5oo9m<.oy  BC Granulated t\     AP  sugar o.lO  Bullonl Feiiucini ��|       A A  pasta nest    5��>gm 1.4a  Seahauf Large A     A f%  tiger shrimp in9m0.yy  Hleni SejuMlabl* Tomolo |%     A A  ketchup i-u.liy  tn-i.a'A.ifflii  Innwood O   CO  bUtter 454  gm C.U9  Doneatorg  aaaaiaa  .  1 am  Paneaborg _    A A  feta cheese    4009m u.Ds  Pepperldge Farm Assorted .     -���  cakes iss&aioam 1.49  McCain Straight & Crinkle Cut      .    ���^  Superfrles i k31.79  McGaulns Country  White & Broum  bread  ��� 567 gm  Weston Homemade Slyh  WhKe A 60* Whole Wheat  bread  .570<gm  .78  .99  IT'S THE SIMPLE THINGS  in lile in.ii give such pleasure, like banks lull ol  blackbemes opening in the sun. which one can  stroll along and pick as much as one likes Apples  lipening on lite trees and Ihe joy ol combining  Ihese delicious lasle treats.  *  APPLE & BLACKBERRY CRUMBLE  2 layer apples  4 cupi blacklwrHI  2 tiMspooni honey  2 cups Hour  I cup margarine  1 nip sugar  2 tablespoons gilMl*  1 Using a pastry bUndei. cut Ihe maiganne into  Ihe Hour until Il's really line. Slir in the sugai  and granola. Any variety ol granola will do  2 Peel & core |he apples. Slice Ihem thinly Mix  the apples' & blackbettles in a 2 quart oven  proof dish and drizzle Ihe honey over lop  3 Cover Ihe Iruit with the crumble mixture. Bake  in a 375��F oven lor about 30 minutes oi until  the top Is golden btown.  4 Seive vjilh ice cieam oi whipped cream  pouredjover your golden juicy bubbling bowlul  Land enrol  "**mm* NEST LEWIS  fl  ll   I  n  .~ *��%t *���& *���  ��� Fine Art  ��� Pottery  ��� Cards  ��� Posters  ��� Art Supplies  ��� Blown Glass  Lyall  Nanson  =Show Piece Gallerm  & CUSTOM FRAMING  280 Gower Pt. Rd., Gibsons Landing  GALLERY  886-9213  FRAMING  CIBSONS LANDING 886-9215  Shipment of  CANVAS WATERPROOFING  HAS ARRIVED  WW. UPHOLSTERY  & BOAT TOPS ltd  637 Wyngatvt Rd  Gibsons  886-7310  What's  to do?  Find out all the places to *-*���  tee and things to do.  when it's happening and  how to get there with  ^vsrt4m.no /locitf  SOUNDINGS  ON SALE AT  Tourist booths,  newstands &  THE COAST NEWS  BgaadassaBg  GRAMMA'!  PUB  CATCH  THE  WAVE  : Coast News, August 13,1990  Looking is ir achieving unpowered (light, this daring youngster got airborne after taking a running  start down the Davis mty wharf. -Jetr Cirpcmer photo  Roberts    Creek  Camping in the Creek  by Bev Cranston, 886-2215  There are many great spots lo  camp on the Sunshine Coast  and in Roberts Creek thai are  off the bcalen track where you  can do some real camping and  commune wilh the beautiful  outdoors we live in. Yes, it is  still there. All the logging and  encroachment of Vancouver has  slill not totally spoiled the  wilderness of the Coasl, and so  much of thai wilderness is in  Roberts Creek.  Wiihoul logging roads such  as the B&K (Brown and  Kirkland) you wouldn't be able  to reach these greal locations.  Standing and viewing as far as  the eye can see, the wide scope  of the Strait of Georgia from a  mountain top is sensational.  There are several creeks and  iheir tributaries in Roberts  Creek that you can gel to (some  with, some without 4X4's)  where you can pilch a lent, or  sleep under the stars with clear  water raging past.  Climb to the top and there  you'll find rolling areas of wild  blueberries and unique Mora  and fauna such as mountain  hemlock, yellow cedar, and  small yellow and mauve flowers  growing oul of moss-covered  rocks. Even the local berry-  loving black bears won't bother  you. They arc very timid  animals.  ll always horrifies me to see  the crammed, commercial  campsites. I guesstimate lhat on  busy weekends a minimum of  600 people are crammed inlo a  200 campsite spot, watching TV  Park  program  The park naturalist al Porpoise eBay Provincial Park offers all kinds of free talks and  guided walks lo help you and  your family learn more about  the mysteries and wonders of  the great outdoors.  Thursday, August 16: Wild  Diet - Could you eat hemlock?  Find out at 2 al the beach  bulletin board; Intertidal Zone  -See what the tide leaves behind  when it goes oul. This talk starls  al 8 at ihe amphitheatre.  Friday, August 17: Animals  in the Park - This week children  can explore salmon living in our  creek, 2 at the beach  playground; Tall Trees - We  have many in our park, learn  aboul ihem on a walk leaving  the beach bulletin board at 7  pm.  Sunday, August 19: Camping  in 1790 - This children's program will explore summer life  200 years ago, 10 am ai the  beach bulletin board.  Sechelt  SHOE REPAIR  and Sales  5517 Wharf St.  Call 885-6126  0P��N AUG. 20  DROP OFF CENTRES:  PENDER HARBOUR  ��� Piper MID. Midelra Park  0IBS0HS  a Pinlmula Industrial l  Logging SuppHei Ltd.  ��� Llnnadliti'i Shots,  Sunnycratt Mid  LOWtR BIISONS  ��� Accent 316, Oomr Pt. Rd.  and using the showers. That's  not for me.  Try some real camping. We  have it all here and il's so close.  JOE ROAD, AGAIN  According to ihe Department  of Highways, paving, that is,  blacktop is going to happen on  Joe Road within the next  monlh. The washboard and  poiholes are almost impassable  for cars, so blacktop is inevitable. Nothing, at this lime,  is going io be done about the  blind corners al the highway  and also al Lower Road.  LIBRARY NEWS  We all like io cheer our provincial governmeni when we gel  a chance. The Roberts Creek  Communily Library received  ihis week ils Ministry of  Municipal Affairs grant of  $5110 for the coming year.  It's good to see some of our  tax dollars returning to our  communily for a good cause.  Come on down lo our local  little library. We are nol closed  for the summer. Our hours are  Tuesdays 6 to 9 pm, Thursdays,  3 to 7 pm and Saturdays, 10am  to 1 pm. See you there!  NEWS ITEMS  If you have any stories or  news items aboul Roberts Creek  lhal you think would interest  readers, give me a call evenings  ai the above number.  Sechelt    Scenario  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  A warm welcome lo (he  young people who have just arrived in Sechelt as part of the  Canada World Youth Program.  May your stay be a happy one,  and when your time here is up  and you have to move on, may  you take only good memories of  the Sunshine Coast along with  you.  BRIDGE, ANYONE?  Attention all you bridge fans.  Did you know that every Monday at 1 pm. sharp, there is  bridge being played at St.  Hilda's Hall in Sechelt? It's on  all summer long under the  auspices of the hospital auxiliary. So bring SI.50 and a  friend and come and play  bridge. Coffee and cookies are  supplied.  PIONEER DAYS  Trail Bay Mall is 20 years old  this year. In honour of the occa  sion, Pioneer Days will be held  in ihe mall August 13-18. All  kinds of entertainment, from  square-dancing to a barber shop  quartet will be there for your  enjoyment.  ���|  SPECIAL DAY  We   have   Mother's   Day,  Falher's   Day,   Grandparents'  Davis Bay  .News ht Views  by Uunke Solli,  885-5212, 885-3510  The annual Pionrer Picnic  will be held oo Sunday, August  26 from 2 lo 6 al the Wilson  Creek hall and Whitaker Park  in Davis Bay.  There will be corn on (he cob,  .pop and ice for sale. The afternoon will end with a potluck  picnic. Bring a salad or meat,  and/or dessert. Also bring your  own plate, cutlery and a mug.  There will be games and  prizes for children of all ages,  three lo 83. If anyone is interested in gelling a horseshoe  competition going give Jean  Robinson a call al 885-2954.  WELCOME  Welcome lo Pasior Ed Peters  and family who have moved  from where Ihey lived in  Roberts Creek into iheir new  home beside the Sunshine Coasl  Gospel Church. The church  itself certainly looks nice wilh its  new siding.  DAVIS BAY PROPOSAL  The council may welcome  this proposal but I don't know  if I do! I'm not against another  motel complex but does il have  lo be three stories? Maybe a  neighbourhood pub wouldn't  have been so bad after all? Let  me hear your comments!  SECOND THOUGHTS  Thank you lo the gentleman  and one of ihe boys involved  who called me. I understand  lhat this episode was more high  jinks lhan prejudice. Some of  the boys have apologize lo the  lady and this should be the end  of ihe whole episode. It's just  loo bad ii happened al all.  This is jusi another example  showing the need of something  for young people lo do besides  driving around and getting into  trouble. Now lhal there's a  chance lo have a recreation cenlre. I hope everyone will gel out  and sec lhat il happens.  Day and Secretary's Day, and  now, would you believe Left  Handers' Day? Well, I suppose  il had lo come. If there if a left  hander in your life, go easy on  him or her today. It can'l be  easy for them in this world that  caters only to the right-handed.  August 13 is International Left  Handers' Day.  Cappuccino &'  Dessert Bar  NOW OPEN!  on the Sundeck behind the  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Featuring Specialty Coffees & Desserts  ��� cappuccino ��� cheesecakes  ��� espresso  ��� cafe mocha  ��� carrot cake  ��� chocolate delights!  and much more.  AND:  it you wish to bring your own lunch we'd be pleased  to serve you a cappuccino, espresso, cafe laite,  cafe mocha, perrier or dessert.  Open around 2-10 pm  PIONEER D.4LT8  SPECIALS  Good Old-Fashioned Prices  �� Calico Prints  36 in. - 90 cm  !  ��#��J   metre .^  b ah Quilting Prints 9CO/  -     115 cm - 45 in Lv/0  SUMMER CLEARANCE ON  Z.- ^ REGULAR FABRIC CONTINUES.  Higgs appointed  Sechelt Fire Chief Bill Higgs  has been appointed local assistant fire commissioner for the  West Howe Sound, Roberts  Creek and Halfmoon Bay Fire  Protection Districts.  "The major benefit from this  will be to bring the insurance  rates down," commented  Regional Director Gerry Dixon.  Other fire protection districts  on the Coast will now be able to  buy into the services offered by  the new assistant commissioner  and more attention can be given  to inspection and prevention.  At the suggestion of Regional  District Director Gordon  Wilson, it was agreed at the  August 9 SCRD meeting that all  the volunteer Are departments  on the Coast be informed of the  new services that are available.  "It takes the liability from  the volunteers," said Director  Brett McGillivray.  ICG UTILITIES  (BRITISH COLUMBIA)  LTD.  "The Company of Choice for  the Distribution of Natural Gas  to Vancouver Island and the  Sunshine Coast"  WHY GAS?  i) Gas is more economical  i) Gas is cleaner than oil  ) With gas you only pay for  what you use.  Now has an office open in  Sechelt at 5653 Wharf St.  Mr. Jean Gallant, Sales  Supervisor, will be available  to assist you on Wednesdays  commencing August 8,1990.  9 am -3 pm 885-6117 or in  Nanalmo 754-5561.  i The Sechell Seniors Association held its annual picnic in Porpoise Bav Park last Thursday, and under  the organization of John Huyck there were oceans of foods, plus games of horseshoes & bingo to aid  digestion. -Fran Burn��id.t pliolo  Sechelt Seniors  Turning to the radio  by Joyce Ostry  This is the time of the year  when many people are busy in  their gardens and yards. The  'Coasters' know that all the  beautiful weather will be washed away in another six weeks or  so. You can tuck this article  away for future reference.  When Ihe morning talk  shows on television are boring,  the newspaper has no news,  there's nothing to clean or fix,  you've already had two cups or  more of coffee and you don't  know what to do with the rest  of your day, you've got a  typical case of the after-  breakfast blahs.  ALWEST  HOME  SERVICES  BOX 864, SECHELT, B.C.  VON 3A0  WRAY LINDERS 885-4572  VliNYL SIDINQ - SOFFIT FASCIA  DOOR AND WINDOW CONVERSIONS ��� RENOVATIONS  Pick out the 1900 Style Shoe  a Free Gift  with your next purchase  ���.>:.���.,.:���:,*-..  ^ ^footprints-*  ���*��    "**       EXCIUSIVF WOMEN'S  WCLUSIVF WOMEN'S  SHOE FASHIONS  TRAIL BAY MALL     SECHELT        885-4843  When rain is running down  the window pane or the thermometer is telling you thai two  pairs of socks won't be enough  to keep your feet warm outside,  and cabin fever sets in, you ask  yourself, "Whal do I do now?"  I was 'up north' teaching a  few years ago, had no television  hook-up at that particular time,  and my sanity was savixl by two  side bands on my radio. I would  move my radio from wall to  wall in my small apartment and  these are some of the sounds I  heard, 'This is the World Service of the BBC or 'This is  Radio Canada International'  and 'This program comes to  you from the North American  Service of Radio Moscow."  Then I heard 'This is  AFRTS, the Armed Forces  Radio and Television Service'.  'You are listening to the Voice  of America...and now the news  from Washington'.  Morning, noon or night there  are as many voices and signals  on the short wave radio bands  as stars in the heavens. They are  all al your fingertips with a  single, simple Iwist of the dial.  One nighl I listened to my CB  and was highly entertained by a  lonesome sailer (soon to be on  shore leave) who was trying to  get a dale. He had forgotten to  ask the marine operator for  privacy, subsequently his love  calls to find women were heard  by a large audience. He used the  same 'line' with all the ladies.  They all turned him down.  There is a vast and  fascinating world of news and  entertainment on side bands,  CBs and DXing.  PNE BUS TRIP  There is a bus to the PNE on  August 29. Transportation  leaves the Royal Bank in Sechelt  at 7:20 am for the 8:30 am sailing. The return is on the 5:30  pm sailing and the price is  $12.50 per person. Please phone  May at 885-5200 for reservations.  SENIORS' LOTTERY  Remember to turn in to  Branch 69 your money and  tickets for the Seniors' Lottery.  Do it scran, as the draw date is  September 14.  gtt*1  G0.U  Tank Tops���Tee Shirts  Casual & Dress Shirts  Golf Shirts  Casual Pants  Casual Jackets  e WORKWEN?  /IA WORLD  M  ���  Halfmoon  Bay  Happenings  Coast Ne ..-, August 13,1990  by Ruth Korrester 885-2418  Several Halfmoon Bay  residents were foriunale last  Sunday when they paid a visit to  the Halfmoon Bay Wharf.  The SS .Masters was at ihe  dock and ihe crew were happy  io show off lo the public this  piece of hisiory. The Maritime  Historic Sociely had ihe SS  Masters refurbished and  brought up to almost new standard. She had been run as a  steam driven lug for many years  and was finally sunk.  It was difficult, when aboard  her. lo imagine whal a mess she  musl have been al one lime, as  everything is now all splc and  span.  Of particular Interesi to  several people, including my  husband, was the foci lhal the  engine had been built in  Glasgow, in Ihe very shipyard  where he served his appren-  liceshlp so many years ago.  Among the volunteer crew was  another Clyde shipyard veteran  by ihe name of Jimmy Lyall.  Needless io say. ihese two old  sails waxed nostalgic over this  wonderful piece of machinery  with which Ihey were so  familiar.  Ii also turned oul thai Mr.  lyall had attended the same  school in Glasgow.  licllahouslon Academy, al  which I had also received my  education. So. between talking  steam engines and schools a  ureal lime was had by boih Ihe  Forresters and Jimmy lyall.  The highlight, however, was  when the little lug look off with  several of us aboard for a littlo  cruise to Sechell. The water was  fairly culm right in Halfmoon  Bay, but as soon as we hit Ihe  open waler we realised lhal we  were in sonic very stormy seas.  Hie kids oil board were shrieking willi ilcligln as ihe waves  crashed over Ihe how and soaked them lo ihe skin. Bui despite  ihe high waves, ihis beautiful  li11le lug moved silently and  calmly throughout the trip. In  all. we were oul there for aboul  iwo hours before reluming lo  Hallmoon Bay. having had  most enjoyable day wilh ihe  friendly crew and with  neighbours.  SECURITY GUARDS FOR:  ON SITE PATROLLING OF  Shopping Malls ��� Construction Sites  Special Events ��� Condominiums  Private Residences  SUNCOAST^  MOBILE PATROLS  Radio Equipped a Marked tos  LICENSED BONDED INSURED V  SECURITY  885-4412 VSERVICE^  Grand Opening!  KIDS SHOES  20%  OFF All Shoes  Mon., Tues. & Wed., Aug. 13. 14 & 15  Enter the Decorated Shoe Box Contest  Details Available at Time of Purchase  Trail Bay Mall. Sechelt 885-5255  2nd  ^ �����u4t,t  1     THANK YOU  B"*m0.  In addition to providing the  BEST NEWS & ADVERTISING COVERAGE  on the Sunshine Coast, THE COAST NEWS  is pleased to offer for your convenience  the services of our Gibsons & Sechelt offices  FAX and PHOTOCOPY MACHINES  FAX RATES  To Send:  *3       first page  *1��     each additional page  PLUS PHONE/TIME CHARGES  To Receive:  $100  * 1       per pane  Gibsons Fax 886-7725                 Sechelt Fax 885-3954  PHOTOCOPIES:  Quantities Only  50-100 20* ea.  101-250 15* ea.  251-500 12* ea.  501-1000 10* ea.  ���Over 1,000 copies - to be priced separately  FULL & SPOT COLOUR AVAILABLE  The Sunshine  f Iff  Cowrie St.  Sechelt 885*3930  Cruice Lane  Gibsons 886-2622  eW-AjL^.��fc..��^vv,vr...v^*'.i" ;-:.;^-.^w>f;'-��,j:?^.-' 10.  Coast News, August 13,1990  In memoriam  Roland A. Reid remembered  by Thdma Reid lower  Roland A. Reid, affectionately known as Roly, passed  away peacefully in his sleep at  Totem Residence, St. Mary's  Hospital in Sechell on July 23,  1990 a few weeks after marking  his 99th birthday.  torn in Victoria, Roly was  Ihe grandson of the Scottish  pioneer minister Rev. Dr. John  Reid from Kilmarnock who in  1875 took charge of ihe First  Presbyterian Church in Victoria. A vigorous red-haired  man, fond of music and with a  line lenor voice, the Rev. Reid,  despite strict church traditions,  boldly installed Ihe church's  first organ, developed a notably  fine choir and a well-known  winning basketball team.  Ihe outspoken and fiery Rev.  Reid had opinions aboul developments in Victoria's communily and his Sunday sermons were  printed full-length in the following Monday's Colonist press.  In 1892 Roly's grandfather  was posted as pastor at Si.  Paul's Reformed Episcopal  Church in New Westminster until the church was badly burned  in Ihe greal fire of 1898. Now  semi-retired he became a  popular guest preacher on a circuit including Vancouver,  Spokane, Seattle, San Francisco  and Porl Townsend.  Like his grandfather, Roly  Reid was an outgoing travelling  man. He musl have inherited  too his grandfather's longevity  and some of his grandfather's  vigorous temperament. At the  four-room Spring Ridge School  in Victoria his school friends  called him "Loki", god of fire.  He later attended toys Central  School and finished up al Si.  Louis College. When he was 18  years old his uncle Frank gol  him his first job as an office  clerk with C.R. King, commission brokers for Lever Brothers  whose chief products were  Sunlight and Lifebuoy soap.  The soap was manufactured al  Port Sunlight in Britain and  shipped around South America.  "One day", Roly told us, "I  asked Mr. King if he would gel  me a sample case with a lasiing  tray at the bottom filled with  samples of candies, biscuits and  chocolates and see what kind of  job I could do as a commercial  traveller.  "Mr. King was a kindly gentleman and within a few days I  was calling on Victoria's retail  confectioners and grocers. I was  really enthusiastic and look a  greal deal of pleasure in my new  work. Mr. King approved by increasing my territory.  "From 1911 to 1921 I made  many trips by ihe EeStN Railway  from  Victoria to the smaller  We take the worry out of driving  ^ra^  J-We're the   EXHAUST      ^  SYSTEM   V'f|^��,  EXPERTS       ^UM.f^  Certified Mechanics On Duty  6 Days A Week  ROLAND A. Kl II)  (owns up Vancouver Island, in  those days most commercial  travellers bought Mileage Books  which contained I,(XX) small  strips which the conductor  detached according io the  number of miles travelled. The  hook was very convenient for  commercial travellers as we  were on and off the trains doing  our business in the small towns  along ihe railway lines."  1912 was an important year  for Roly. He married his  teenage sweetheart Josephine  Cousins and he landed a belter  paying job with Popham Brothers Biscuit and Candy Manufacturers, laler in 1914 to be changed lo Ormonds Lid.  Roly tell us, "During my 46  years with Ormonds Ltd., as a  traveller and manager I travelled many thousands of miles in  a large territory which included  all of British Columbia (including the Sunshine Coasl),  southern Alberta, cities in northwest Washington, Seattle,  Spokane, Port Townsend, etc.,  Hudsons' Bay posts and Indian  villages from Victoria to  Alaska.  "The slock in irade for these  outlying customers was pilol  bread, large round biscuits  which substituted for bread in  the north and dog biscuits for  the many dogs used in teams.  When Steffanson wenl io the  Arctic I filled him up with a  year's supply for himself and  his dogs. Whal was different  about these early biscuits was  thai they contained meal."  Roly kepi a piano in his  warehouse. Office staff arid  shipping clerks became used to  Deop oil your  COAST NEWS  An invitation from the Hon. William N. Vander Zalm  Let's Talk.  My Ctihinet colleagues and 1 will be in  Powell River on Aug. 15-16, 1990  to hear your views on;  ��� Jobs, ��� Housing, ��� Education,  ��� Health Care, ��� Taxation, ��� The Environment,  or other issues and concerns you want to talk about.  Please join us tor a Town Hall meeting at:  7:00 P.M., Wednesday, August 15  at the Evergreen Theatre,  Powell River Recreation Complex  In addition cabinet ministers will be available  for meetings on specific issues.  For an appointment contact:  Byron Johnstone, Government Agent  485-2815  We want to hear  from  his sporadic playing. Several of  his travellers were chosen for  jobs because they played the  violin and could join in an  ensemble.  The biscuit business in  Canada hil hard limes after  World War II when trade  preferences were given lo imported British biscuits like Peak  Frean, Huntley Palmer, etc.  The Vancouver distributing  warehouse of Ormonds was  closed down.  Roly shipped his piano to Ihe  Indian school at Massed on the  Queen Charlotte Islands.  "To gel from Prince Rupert  IO Porl Essington across the  Skeena River I used lo pay $7  lor an Indian lo lake me across  in his canoe.  "At one lime," Roly recalled. "I had lo rent a rowboat  and row myself across the  mouth of the river. Then a  snowstorm started up, I'd never  do lhal again, thal's for sure."  Roly's nature was friendly,  positive and outgoing. He had a  greal knack for getting along  wilh all sorts of people of all  ages and circumstances. As a  senior he organized tours for  Vancouver Neighbourhood  House and formed a trio with  the Salvation Army musicians.  When his son Doug Reid was  in the Kilsilano Boys Band and  tours overseas were dangerous  because of wartime attacks on  Ihe Atlantic shipping, Roly  organized lours for the band lo  BC army camps in aid of ihe  war cfforl. After reliremenl in  Sechell he helped neighbours to  have ihe waler system extended  lo West Sechelt.  Roly gained relaxation and  energy from his spontaneous  musical efforts, frequently producing a long harmonica if no  oilier inslrumenl was available.  On board Canadian Pacific  coastal steamships and Ihe  Union Steamships he frequently  acted as an impromptu MC to  entertain the passengers with  whatever talents happened to be  aboard. A vigorous sing-song  was often the order of the day, a  forerunner of the entertainment  on present day cruises. The  more ihings change ihe more  they remain the same.  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I'll miss  them, of course, those lost souls  who find themselves here but  aren'l sure why and definitely  aren't sure whal on earth lo do  with their time in this strange little community wilh no 7-11  stores or McDonald's or bus  stops or sidewalks. (Yet).  BY-LAW VIEWING OVER  Public viewing of the new  Area A land-use and subdivision by-law draft is over until  September, when the SCRD  Planning Department will present an updated version of the  document.  They'll spend the next month  doing site inspeclions io confirm and correct zoning  designations lhat weren't picked  up in in-house research and that  were pointed oul by residents  attending the open houses in  Madeira Park, Garden Bay,  and Egmont.  Although less than 20 people  in Madeira Park and less than  10 in Egmont bothered to come  out to view and discuss the new  by-law, more than 40 showed  up in Garden Bay. Your conclusions from these figures are  bound to be as good as mine.  NO SWIMMING  Some of you remember hearing of a 'No Swimming' sign  posted at Garden Bay Lake (a  public waler supply), and a few  'if you were lucky enough to  catch a glimpse of it during ihe  few hours il stood before  mysteriously disappearing.  If this or a similar sign is  posted in ihe future, it should  be considered that nol everyone  using the lake can read. Early  Friday morning a truck (who  prefers to remain anonymous)  decided to go for a swim in the  lake. It apparently was unaware  that anyone might object to it  having a dip in the cool water,  and even if a sign had been  posted, the truck doesn't know  how io read.  FERRY FUROR  Although improvements have  been vaguely promised, the  Langdale-Horscshoe Bay ferry  situation remains nasly, with  hour-long wails and generally  poor service.  The Sunshine Coast is a  popular tourist destination, and  our government is encouraging  it as such. This time of the year  tourists are a major percentage  of the ferry traffic, and you  can't really blame them for this.  I'm sure that a lot of ihem  would avoid the trip if they  If you're going to  gamble with your  SEPTIC TANK  a flush  is better  than a  full house.  BONNIEBROOK  INDUSTRIES ltd  fir Mptic link PunptfiB  Ask For Lucky Larry 886-706  knew whal was in store for  ihem.  You can't really blame the  government for promoting the  Sunshine Coasl as a tourist  destination, because a number  of businesses here who profit  from tourism asked for the  publicity.  You tan, however, blame the  government for ihe very poor  ferry service to the Sunshine  Coast. It is entirely its doing  that there aren't enough sailings  to prevent long line-ups and  waits. It is entirely its fault  lhat you have no choice bul lo  sit in your vehicle and bake for  hours on end when you must  make a trip io Vancouver for  business or medical reasons.  ll could put on exlra sailings  or exlra ferries or both. It could  sel up a system giving residents  priority for boarding, so lhal  people living here who musl  make the trip to Ihe Lower  Mainland aren'l penalized.  It  could promote Ihe Sunshine  Coasl as a sailing destination, ll  could slop promising and DO  SOMETHING.  Our problem is motivating il  to do something. Letters are effective in making ihem aware  lhat there's a problem, bul I  think it's more aware of that  than il cares lo admit. Indian  land-claim disputes come to  mind. What would happen if all  of us who have had to put up  with ferry-related inconveniences drove down io Langdale  one sunny Friday afternoon and  handed out pamphlets or  just spent a lol of lime telling  other travellers about our  misfortunes caused by inadequate ferry service? I'll bet lhat  some overly-enthusiastic  reporter from The Province or  BCTV would call it a  roadblock, and I'll bet lhat  we'd get a bit more attention  from Victoria, if nol a few extra  sailings.  Sad week  by Ann Cook, 883-9911  This has been a sad week in  our community, given the tragic  death of wee Jeremy Silvey.  From everyone, our heartfelt  sympathy goes to May and Rob  al this very hard and sad lime in  their lives.  May ihey find comfort in  knowing everyone cares, and  would like to do or say  something to help ease the pain.  But what lo do, what lo say,  at a time like this? As a moiher  and grandmother, my heart  aches for you young parents  and your sadness at Ihis lime.  SUMMER VISITORS  l3onna Lee and son John  from Ontario. Wendy and  family from Victoria, Brenda  and family from Alberta.  Michelle, Marie Shane, Larry  and son Elias, Vicky and family, Ryder and ihe Maynards'  daughter and grandaughter.  Who have I missed?  SEAFOOD DINNER  The Egmonl Lions are  treating us to another seafood  dinner this Saturday, August 18  from 5 lo 8 pm at the community hall. Everyone is welcome.  A HAPPY DAY  Genevieve Patterson celebrated her second birthday wilh a  party ai the school with many  friends and fun entertainment;  a puppet show, cake and  everybody singing 'Happy Birthday'. Whal more can you  wish for at two years old?  READING  Our Sunshine Coast, the  latest book from the Writers'  Forge, is now on the market.  The first article is some Egmont  history by Judy Gill. There is  also a poem and article on  Sakinaw Lake. Nice for a gift or  an addition to your library.  PAT ON THE BACK  To all Ihe workers involved in  black-topping the highway.  Some of us complained of silling in our vehicles in the heat,  bul they were working in it.  THUMP ON THE HEAD  To the campers who  wouldn't put oul a campfire on  the lake until threatened with  being reported. Really burns us  up!  GARDEN BAY  HOTEL  The Backeddy Pub  Maple Road, Egmont  Telephone 883-2298  hardware  housewares  tackle  paint  883-9914x  <��  Che*  f\yef  Oof  se, FOODLINER  ...mmel    9-30-6 ��� MoivWed,  hours       ',��' Thurs.-Frl.  hou      SuretLiy 11 am - 5 pm  Jxenmar iDr  ienmar draperies  A NEEDUCRAFI SUPPLIES  883-2274  ��  YOUR NAME  Could Be Here  Gontut  TTMtMMMM  COAIT lift  In Ptnder Harbour Centre  Mon. - Fri. 8839099  MARINE    SERVICES  HARBOUR BOAT TOPS  883-2929  tups. T��ir|>-. t. Coven.  UpiVelste'ry \ Re'|>.eirs  L.ii.ite'il.it Hl'.ieliv,ili'r M.uir  Madeira Marina  883-2266  HEADWATER MARINA ltd.  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Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  HAIRDRESSERS  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  883-271S  Reflections  K��lJtSC{IODg  Hair Studio  For Appointment. CM 663-2545  AIR  883-24561  Shop locally: Support your friends & neighbours. Coast News, August 13,1990  A 'young at heart' parent takes a turn on one of Ihe various slides  al the playground in Porpoise Bay Provincial Park.  ���Jackie I'he'leen phellee  Regional watershed  to be studied  by Rose Nicholson  A study lhal will determine  future activities in the Chapman  and Gray Creeks watershed is  being undertaken by a group  that includes representatives  from the Ministry of Forests,  the Water Management and  Fish and Wildlife Branches of  the Minislry of Environment,  the SCRD, lnterfor, Canfor,  the Minislry of Health and the  Department of Fisheries and  Oceans.  The watershed of the two  creeks provides water for much  of ihe Sunshine Coast. A rapidly increasing population is put-  ling greater demands on the  waler system. While the iradi-  t ional use of the area is for logging, an increasing interest in the  area for recreational uses has  made it clear lhat there is a need  for an organized plan that  would safeguard ihe water supply for all concerned.  The planning team has also  invited public input, and, said  government hydrologist Valerie  Cameron, team member from  the Water Management Branch,  "We have received a few very  good submissions, but not as  many as we had hoped.  "Some of the submissions  dealt with issues thai are not  within our mandate, and  although these issues are important, our major focus is water  quality and supply. But we are  taking all comments very  seriously."  Another study, a Local  Resource Use Plan (LRUP) being undertaken by the Ministry  of Forests, will lo some extent  overlap the area being studied  by the Integrated Watershed  Managemenl Plan (IWMP).  "The LRUP will have lo conform to the IWMP," said  Cameron. "If any activity  threatens to affect water quality, the water issues will take  precedence."  Although participation in  IWMP meetings will be  restricted to planning team  members and official guests,  others interested may attend as  observers, provided they make  arrangements through the chairman. Public information  meetings will be held at key  stages in the planning process.  The final IWMP, expected to  be completed by .December of  this year, will be submitted for  approval to the regional  manager of the Vancouver  Forest Region and to the  regional director of the Ministry  of Environment.  Elected representatives  waffle on new mall  development near Gibsons  When asked by the Coasl  News for comments on the  recently announced shopping  mall on Highway 101 near Pratt  Road, Regional District Director Jim Gurney said "The  developer is one of my constituents. If I were to comment, it  could be considered that I had a  serious conflict of interest, so I  suggest I shouldn't."  Gibsons' Alderman and  Regional District Director Gerry  Dixon said, "The firm that I  represent will nol allow me lo  do so."  But Regional Director Brett  McGillivray was less reticent,  "All I know is lhat ihe company  made enquiries several months  ago, saying lhat ihey were interested.  "There has nol been, to my  knowledge, any drawings or  schematics or anything. But the  property is zoned for thai use.  It's pari of the settlement plan.  Potentially, - il could happen."  "Before Ihey could start,"  added Dixon, "ihey would have  lo know where the (new)  highway is. They would have lo  gel permission from the Department of Highways and  Transportation.  "And there would be sewage  to be considered on a development of lhal size."  PIONEER DAYS SPECIALS  Ladies Shoes  30-50% off  BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL  Savage shoes  Vl Price  Bobble's Shoes  I    fgjEB frail Bay Mall. Sechell      885-9838  SCRD  supplies  Qlbsons1  water  by Rose Nicholson  The recent prolonged dry  spell has put a severe strain on  water supplies on the Sunshine  Coast, with Gibsons being the  mosl severely hit.  The new Chapman Cr��k  water intake has brought a  much larger volume of waler into the regional district system,  and although "we've been  pressed, the supply is holding  up well," said Regional Director Jim Gurney.  "We were able to supply Gibsons wilh aboul 20,000 gallons a  day. It's not a lot, but there  were some restrictions lo do  with iheir supply system.  "There were some misleading  reports that we had refused  water to the town. We had a  mechanical failure on the day  that they asked us, but we were  able lo supply them the next  day.  "We're charging Ihem $1.57  a thousand (gallons), which  works oul to about $30 a day.  "What has to be said though,  the Town of Gibsons can't expect the regional district to provide hundreds of thousands of  gallons of water al this time of  year when it's in demand.  "We have some spare capacity but it hasn't been designed to  supply large quantities to Gibsons. If they want to be a permanent pan of the system, we  need a commitment."  "There's enough water in the  wells," replied Gerry Dixon,  Gibsons' regional district  spokesman.  "The problem is in the pumping system. The reservoir is  almost back to normal now.  There's enough for firefighting  purposes but we don't have  enough for people to water  every day."  Drop oil Your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  at  MARINA PHARMACY  In Madeira Park  until 3:30 Friday  "A Frlandly Peopla Placa"  'AAJ' UP VOUR SAUINOS  UNth ART, ART & JOHN  At Your Finishing Store  LOOKING FOR  WALLPAPER?  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Sale Snds Aug. 25 or While Stock Lasts  -THE  UTERNATIVE  All Sales Cash & Carry  Sp.ci.lnmg In  Woodworking ��� Interior  Finishing Material!  OPEN:  Mon. ��� Fri. 8:30 ��� 5:00  sat ftoo 4:00 HWY. 101, GIBSONS 886-3294  SATURDAY, AUGUST 18 AND SUNDAY, AUGUST 19  vm  OPEN HOUSE  WEEKEND  SATURDAY  AUGUST 18  SUNDAY  AUGUST 19  HOUSE  WEEKEND  WIN A SECHELT INLET CRUISE!  fill in Ihis entry lorm and lake il wilh you lo an NRS Open  House Ihis weekend! Vour search lor a new home could end in  Skookumchuck Narrows.  Name   IS"!  \tmiitiall intrnst *  wwiwn mil  Ortma  *  I Address  I City   I  Postal Code.  _Prov   _Phone_  'Full details at your NRS office & participating NRS Open Houses  SATURDAY- August 18th  1:00 - 3:00  SUNDAY - August 19th  1:00 - 3:00  1461 Davidson Road  1129 Point Road  696 Truman Road  722 Franklin Road  SOS Sesrgent Road  780 Creekside Craacanl  514 King Road  Cnr. Kelly I Qrandvlaw  567 Cypriat Place  1S36 lalsndview  1SS6 lalandvlew  GIBSONS  QIB80N8  Sim Roberts  Llae Wiggins  Beth Pate  Suzanne Dunkerton  Sieve Sawyer  Km Crosby  Clay Carby  Bill Howe  Rob Jardine  Kithl W*beter  Ken Qoddard  2033 Coach Road  2584 Lower Road  3658 Beach Avenue  1200 Pagglo Road  ROBERTS CREEK  Barbara McFee  Tom Tumor  Lindsay Beynon  Un* Tough  686-8040  686-8206  866-8380  886-6317  8664400  886-2155  666-6673  666-4666  885-9044  666-9167  666-7172  666-2917  666-2630  666-9339  666-6304  1767 YMCA Road  1632 YMCA Roid  1667 YMCA Road  793 Pt. Motion Hwy.  696 930 Truman Road  1261 Marion Place  1131 Roaamund Road  Pad 60, Sunshine Coaat  Mobil* Horn* Park  499 Ocesnvlew  1566 lalandvlew Dr.  759 Hlllcr**! Road  John Hanson  BUI How*  Rob Jardine  Lamella Hay  Lis* Wiggins  Suzanne Dunkerton  H*rb Craig  Sue Roberts  Kathi Webster  K*n Qoddard  Clay Cirby  ROBERTS CREEK  6664296  3064 Lower Road  877 Jo* Road  1646 Loeky*r Road  Janette Gordon  K*lth Hook*r  Llndaay Beynon  666-9044  666-9663  666-8206  666-6317  666-3943  666-6040  666-9167  666-7172  666-6673  666-3247  666-4146  866-9339  SECHELT A WEST SECHELT  S621 Anchor Road Bruce Laeuta 685-5646  7547 Sechell Inlet Road Kelly Therien 666-6516  6547 Bjorn Place Ruth Moor* 666-2432  5885 Creekside Place Patty Kraft 866-4719  REDROOFFSiNALFMOON BAY  7761 Fawn Road  10069 Buccaneer Road  airy MeCluekle  Carolyn* Breedner  .166-9612  666-9029  SECHELT S WEST SECHELT  6136 Davla Bay Road Bruce Laauta 666-6646  8760 Surf Circle Edna Tough 666-6304  5760 Napkin* Str**t Pally Kraft 666-4719  6330 Bllgh Road Carolyn* Breedner 685-9029  6434 Norvan Road Ruth Moore 666-2432  REDRQOFFSJHALFMOQK BAY  6002 Alderwood Road  Gary McCluskl*  666-9512  I  August 18th 6 19th    10:00 - 4:00 pm  SECHELT  HIQHPOINT CONDOMINIUMS  5630 Trail Avenue  Janette Gordon  886-3247  5630 Trail Avenue  Ross Howe       883-9423  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL THE ABOVE SALESPEOPLE or:  QIBSONS  QEORQIA MIRAGE  554 EagleCrest Drive  Jon McRae 886-3999  QIBSONS MALTY LTD.  9UNHYCMST MALL, GIBBONS  999.2277  or toll free  682-1513  CBNTURY WMBT MALTY LTD.  994B wham avknub, 8KCHKLT  BBB2233  or toll Ira*  ���se-MM  ...... ,...-.���-.  - ��� - "���^ -  ' ���  ���-��� Coast News, August 13,1990  13.  The Sunshine  Second Section  Population estimatos  show wide variance  Taking part In the Secret Cove highway ribbon cutting are (from left) Sechelt Mayor Tom Meredith,  Gibsons Alderman Lilian Kunstler, MLA Harold Long, Chief Tom Paul, and SCRD Chairman  Peggy Connor.  For August 29  Gospel Rock hearing set  by Jeff Carpenler  Al its August 7 meeting Gibsons Council voted approval  and sel the dale for a combined  public hearing on Zoning  Amendmenl Bylaw 555-43  (Gospel Rock) and OCP  Amendment Bylaw 600-6  (Gospel Rock) for August 29  where both could be addressed.  Lola Westell (of the Friends  of Gospel Rock) rose on a point  of order saying that the setting  of public hearings required a  quorum of three council  members.  Preseni al Ihe meeling and  voting were Aldermen Ken Collins, John Reynolds, and Gerry  Dixon. Dixon, who chaired ihe  meeting in Mayor Strom's  absence, could nol support ihe  motion, Westell contended.  Westell's challenge drew an  angry response from Clerk-  Administrator Lorraine Goddard who asked if Westell  wanted to contest it in ihe  courts. Westell, muttering lo  herself, sat down and the council gol on with other business.  The town, it seems, has been  receiving written complaints  about excessive noise from  Rainbow Airlines seaplane take-  offs.  "They are too lazy lo taxi  another 200 feel. If ihey go out  there no one will hear ihem,"  Alde.rman Dixon added.  Clerk-Adminslrator Goddard  Tenth Annual  Cedars Golf  The 10th Annual Ccdai-s Inn-vilational Golf Tournaments  is scheduled lo be held at the Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club on August 25.  Knlries should be in early, there is always a wailing list for  Ihis popular event.  PACIFIC HOMES...  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"It doesn't carry a large  tine," Goddard said, "bul il  will gei their attention.*'  Alderman Reynolds suggested lhat the town contact  Harbour Master Harry Smith,  given thai Smith controls all  craft which enter and exil Gibsons   Harbour.  lay Rose Nicholson  Estimates of the population  on the Sunshine Coast by the  year 2020 range all the way  from 30,000 to the Dayton and  Knight figure of 90,000. Given  the present estimate of around  20,000, Sunshine Coast residents can expect some massive  changes in the next 30 years.  At the August 7 Outdoor  Recreation Advisory Committee (ORAC) meeting, Brett  McGillivray outlined the aims  of the 2020 Plan.  He told members that the  plan is an attempt to develop an  orderly evolution of all aspects  of life on the Coast, and to  forestall any unwanted effects  that could result from piecemeal  and unorganized development.  "We want your input,"  McGillivray told ORAC  members. "Where do we go  from here? What do we want  for outdoor recreation?"  The 2020 planners are preparing a public forum for Octobw  20 and have invited Rita  Johnston, Minister of Highways and Claude Richmond,  Minister of Forests. Both have  accepted.  A wide variety of community  groups are expected to take pan  in the discussions and at last  week's ORAC meeting mem-  bers struck a sub-committee to  prepare a presentation for the  forum.  Economic Development Officer Bill Moore summed it up:  "We need," he said, "to get a  grasp on the total outdoor  recreation potential of this  area."  The six member Classic Jazz Band entertained an appreciative audience al Ihe Festival Pavilion of Kockwood Centre lasl week.  Seen here arc Dave Kobhins on Iromhonc, Alan Matheson on cornel and l.lmil Arntzen on clarinet. -Rom Nicholsonpheeio Coast News, August 13,1990  i  I ���  Two of the many displays representing the work of artisans al the  Summer Craft Fair last weekend in Sechelt.    ���Ron Nicheeisoo phe.i..  GREAT ENTERTAINMENT  Aug. 17-18  Webster Co. had the Cedars in stitches  Kenny Show lines em up at the door  King of the Safecrackers  The Reckoning  by Peter Trow*?  "Hello there, Herbert," says  Aimee Semple McPherson,  dressed in flowing robes and  looking just as she did in her  glamorous evangelical prime.  "We came quite a way from little old Ontario, you and me.  Remember those tent-show  days? We sure knew how to  make them feel the spirit.  "I never turned my back on  you, Herbert. Remember the  day I brought you that  typewriter in San Quentin? You  surely wrote a lot of books with  it, didn't you? I guess we both  had our weakness^, Herbert.  Yours was money. Mine was  men."  From the deeper gulfs of  childhood a thin figure  materializes, drawn of feature  and coughing slightly. "Well,  Herbie, my son," says Malcolm  Wilson, a trifle chidingly, "you  certainly did manage to make a  lot of money with my formula.  "I told you it would prove effective, but I can hardly (undone the manner in which you  used it. Things might have bttn  different if I hadn't been so ill  all the time. 1 think you were a  boy who needed a father."  "Listen, Rev," says the shade  of Herb Cox, a sheepish look  on his cocksure face, "I just  want you to know I always felt  real bad about spilling my guts.  And I felt even worse when the  bulls framed you for my  murder. That was a rough  shake they handed you. I wish I  could  have  done  something  about it but I really wasn't in  any position to testify. No hard  feelings, eh?"  (Reality shoulders aside the  phantoms again in the person of  Peter Sayko. "Hey, old timer,"  he says, "how in the hell are  you making out?"  Herb has no objection to  talking to Sayko. He opens his  pale eyes. "Oh, I'm doing all  right, Peter," he says. "I'll be  up and around again soon."  They talk for several minutes  until a nurse indicates to Sayko  that his time is up. He takes his  leave. Herb lapses comfortably  back into the half-world again.)  "Long time, no see, Herbie,"  says brother Lou. "We were  two of a kind, you and me. I  could smell the larceny in you  even when you were still  preaching. You were one smart  cookie when it came to blasting  petes. You made Joe Bertsch  and those other guys, including  yours truly, look like they had  shit for brains. But they admired you, Herbie, and so did I.  "I should have listened when  you warned me against going on  that last score but I always had  io be the wiseguy. Yeah, Herbie, I should have listened."  listened."  "My poor l��y!" exclaims  Christina, looking in old tige  remarkably like her son. "I  always knew there was good in  you, no matter what they said  you did. It was Satan tempting  you, that's what it was, and you  were weak, Herbie. But you  were always good to your  mother   and   wrote   to   me  regularly, and I know God will  forgive you."  And at last she appears ��� the  only woman Herb has ever really loved. "My darling," says  Helen Gillespie, looking not  haggard with canorr as he last  saw her but still vibrant and  beautiful, "it has been so long,  so very, very long since we've  been together. Remembtrr our  trip to England? It was ttie best  time of my life. Everything was  so wonderful for us, and then it  all ended so dreadfully. But I  never betrayed you and I never  stopped loving you, my dear."  She reaches out her hand.  The night nurse re-enters the  ward. The hew patient, Mr.  Wilson, seems unusually still.  She hurries over and takes his  pulse. Gone, just like that! They  slip away so quickly sometimes.  She hurries off to feted) the doctor.  Herbert Emerson Wilson lies  flat on his back with his pale  eyes wide open. They have lost  their penetrating coldness at  last. The trace of a true smile  lingers on the thin lips.  The End  GOING  ON  VACATION?  Cottage Care  PROPERTY WATCH  Provides  Peace of Mind  *md  ���aMfcl  COTTAGE CARE  885-9041  grames brothers Benefit Dance  for the  'Tetrahedron Alliance^  Registered Nutritional  Consultant  Valerie L. Brotherton, R.N.C. is pleased to  announce that her office is now open at  4363 Cameo Rd. Wilson Creek and Is  welcoming new clients.  1  Tins. ��� Sat. 10:30 ��� 5 pm  By appointment only 885-7033  Offering  ��� Individual nutritional programs  ��� Bio-Kinesiology testing and balancing  ��� Reflexology  Meditation Instruction  Home Visits - Thurs. only  unable to come to my office.  for those who are  i '������".   -.  Asktosee  .some identification  at the door.  When you're looking for a new home,  look for the Quality Plus Certificate. It  means a home built by a trained, certified  Quality Plus Builder - a home that has been  monitored and certified by the Canadian  Homebuilders' Association of B.C.  Quality Plus is an advanced  system of design and construction  incorporating the latest Power  Smart advances in heating, clean  air ventilation, and insulation. The  Quality Plus Home is one  designed for today's lifestyles, for  people who are discriminating  about workmanship, energy  efficiency and comfort in their  living space.  A Quality Plus Home  looks like any other. The  difference is inside, where  you live. You enjoy a  protected environment and  \  hi  a clean, quieter, more comfortable home  with lower ongoing maintenance costs.  Another point to consider: resale value. In  today's volatile real estate market, it's  difficult to predict where the market  will be when you might want to sell.  With all the features of Quality  Plus construction, your home has  added value, whatever the  market conditions. Find out  about Quality Plus before you  buy a new home. And  remember, if it doesn't have  the Quality Plus Certificate,  it isn't a Quality Plus Home.  What all  the best addressed  new homes are  wearing this year.  Builder currently building    Puchalski Construction  Quality Plus Home:    1615 Clover Road  Gibsons, B.C. 885-9208  BC hydro GS  CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS'  ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  in partnership with:  BC Gas ��� New Home Warranty Program of B.C. and the Yukon ��� West Kootenay Power ��� National R-2000 Program Records or CDs  by Bev Criastoa  Ihe (.rami's Brothers (from left to right ��� Panos Grumes, Johannes Grames, Dimes Grames & non-brother Ivan Duhvn) have jusi  moved buck lo Ihe Sunshine Coasl lo pursue new musical directions. The tour member rhythm & hlucs hand will put on a benefit  show for Ihe Tetrahedron Alliance al the Roberts Creek Hall on  August 18. -Mt Carpenter pholo  Locals return  Times are changing and I  guess I'm going to have to go  along with it. But what am I going to do with my old 78's when  my turntable with its 78 speed  Anally diets on me? No one will  be able to fix it and just like the  old cars, there will probably be  no parts available anyway.  Has anyone else noticed that  turntables made now have only  two speed settings? I don't play  my old 78's much anymore but  once in a while when I'm feeling  nostalgic I like to drag them  out, dust them off and feel their  weight. They are he vy. Coal I  guess is the reason why. Dust  off the needle, change the setting and plunk one down. I really gel off on those scratchy  needle noises and (Tackling that  these old records make. It's  total nostalgia.  It also makes me think of  where I got them. My oldest  brother and my sister were  teenagers in the early 30's and  particularly my brother used to  collect all the records and sheet  music he could get. At this date,  ���being an old man of SS or so, he  still has a huge and old record  collection and belongs to a club  of record collectors.  When he left home in 1955 a  lot of his stuff remained behind  including some of his 78's.  Along the way my other brother  and I, being teenagers, played  them to death and of course,  quite a few were broken.  But in later years 1 managed  to salvage some, my favourite  being Utile Darin' by the  Diamonds. Some of Elvis' that  must have been broken or lost, I  remember had two or ttiree  songs on one side. Elvis did  quite a few short numbers but  they sounded great - just him,  his guitar and a bass, sometimes  a piano.  When I came home one day  and found a new stereo complete with turntable had been  purchased for the house 1 was  delighted, but 'someone' had  tried to sneak my old record  player onto the floor, under the  stairs, to be junked I suppose.  Hey ��� quickly I .grabbed the  old thing, it's heavy, dusted it  off and put it back on the shelf,  next to the new, black plastic  and very light one. It'll probably only sound good for a  year or two, anyway and then  the old one will be back as  Number 1.  [^GIBSONS  ^LEGION  Branch 109  Member-, jnil Guests Welcome  Coast News, August 13,1990 1  Fritndly Country Legion 1  ^Roberts  mi Creek  LEGION  Branch 219  Fri., Aug. 17 &  Sat., Aug. 18  Summer UNnds  Mwnbtra and bona lid*  guMti welcome  Raving  Mane  4  Baron ol BmI I  Yorkshire  Fri. Nighl Dinners  ��f>Au,  Grilled New York Steak  Sat. Night Dinners  BINQO ��� TUES. EVENINGS  ��� Lec arSOeBSl  rDON*T MISS THESE GUYS Friday and Saturday-  ^2^      at the Pub  MidnJft Draw on  Saturday midnift  CEDARS  b> Jeff Curpcnlcr  Local boys, ihe Grames  Brothers, have returned to the  Sunshine Coasl lo pursue a new  musical ilireclinn. They will  enlcnain ai a benefit dance for  ihe Tetrahedron Alliance at ihe  Roberts Creek Communily Hall  on August 18.  A foursome all in iheir early  2()s. wilh Johannes Grames on  guitar, Dinos em bass. Panos on  guitar and lead vocalsj and non-  broiher Ivan Duben on Ihe  drums, will play a variety of  music wilh a .50's era rhythm  and blues and funk benl.  When asked if iheir Songs  reflected the ecological concerns  evident from collaborating with  the Alliance. Johannes said.  "We're a politically oricnloci  band and we wanl lo raise consciousnesses. In fad, Panos. my  youngest brother, is a member  of the sociely."  The members of ihe band  have been working separately  on musical endeavours in different bands, bul have decided  to come back lei a common  ground and forge a new relationship.  "Wc grew up here, but we  wenl our different ways,"  Johannes Grames told the  Coasl News. "We've been playing in Vancouver, but we got  out of the city scene and came  back lo our roois. Il's a good  place io reflect and work on  original music."  Johannes compared working  wilh family members with  working in a conventional band  and said it was much easier  working wilh his brothers.  "Olher bands don't have the  same son of commitment we. as  u family, have. Wilh brothers,  you can open up personally and  there is nol an egotistical drive  happening between members."  "There has been a lot of  emotional communication go-  Channel 11  Thursday, August 16  5:30 p.m.  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade  Coast Cable II begins ils  coverage of Gibsons Sea  Cavalcade '90 with the queen's  pageant and fashion show.  At 7 p.m. the opening  ceremonies, parade, firefighters  Olympics, events al the park,  fishing derby, waler sports,  Keais Island swim and much  more. Don't miss il!  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281   E  The Sunihlne  Is a member of the  Canadian  Community  Newspapers  Association  (J��to  dedicated to presenting the  news of this community to  its readers.  ing on .between us which has  been very positive. Since we  have been back together a fair  amount of energy has been  spent re-establishing our relationship." Johannes explained.  Summing up Ihe end result of  their reintegration us a family  and a band Johannes said. "I  think we've come lee accept each  other as adults."  Tickets arc $5 wilh a portion  geiing iei ihe Tetrahedron  Alliance and I lie dance runs  from 8 pm lo 2 am al llic  Roberts Creek Communily  Hall.  The Tetrahedron Alliance  will have a booth in ihe hall for  donations and will make a short  announcement before the  dance.  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  3M1G GUIDE  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  Toodt  What a beautiful August evening. Off to the Omega Restaurant with its spectacular view of Gibsons Harbour we went for dinner.  When we arrived our friendly waitress showed us to a pleasant non-smoking  area. A crisp clean table and soft pastel colours with scenic prints and cool  greenery set a lovely scene for dining.  As we perused the full menu, our waitress brought us friendly smiles and ice  cold drinks served in frosty glasses.  Hors d'oeuvres ranged from escargot for $4.50 to shrimp cocktail for $4.95. We  knew the entrees would tie more than enough, though. And the Omega serves a  plentiful half portion for children. Our two chose barbequed chicken and spaghetti, and lasagna and salad, for a mere $4 each. My husband chose the barbequed  chicken also. It was tangy hot, for only $9.95. Feeling like a salad, I ordered a  Caesar, covered with homemade croutons, bacon bits and a great garlic dressing.  The Omega offers a wide selection of pastas, from fettucine primavera with  seafood sauce for $8.95 to baked lasagna with meat sauce for only $7,95. Steaks  grilled, are also a specialty, from New York to top sirloin cuts from $9.95 to the  big 12 ounce for $16.95, all served with the famous Omega Indeed potato, crisp  greens and garlic toast.  Omega pizzas are all made with two types of cheese and their own tomato sauce  on homemade dough. Every combo imaginable is available including vegetarian  from $7 to $12.  Great hot strong coffee was served after our meals. We were too full for dessert,  but the two children weren't, of course. They downed a decadent strawberry and  double chocolate cheesecake slice, each.  Our delicious and enjoyable meal came to less than $40. Very reasonable.  Average meal price* do not Include liquor.  FAMILY DINING  NK.H1 ON lift  /OWN  Blue Heron Inn- For lunches and dinners. Fully licenced. Closed Sunday  lunch, all day Monday, and Tuesday dinner. For reservations phone Laurie or  Heather. 885-3847.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve nek of  lamb, duck, crab, dams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Robots Creek Road and Beech  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays & Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seals.  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel - A tranquil view of Thormanby Island and the  Malaspina Straits set the theme for a  beautiful nighl out. Super friendly people,  fine international cuisine, comfortable  surroundings, soft musk and good wine  always add up to make yours a night to  remember. With live music in our lounge  every weekend and reasoitable room rales  wilh a healed swimming pool and games  room, a our guests fed at home and al  east. So, for a night out or a get-away  weekend give us a call. Stalling June I,  summer hours for the restaurant will be:  Breakfast 4 Litnch, 7 am to 2 pm; Dinner  6 pm to 10 pm; seven days a week. For  reservations or more informalion call  885-7038.  Mariners' Restaurant - On the  waterfront with one of the most spectacular views in Gibsons, the Manners'  specializes in fresh and live seafood, and  also offers a full range of lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change daily,  with delicious daily specials. .Marine  Drive, Gibsons landing, 886-2334. Monday to Saturday: Lunch 11-3, eMonday to  Saluiday: Dinner 5-10 and Sunday 54,  Sunday Brunch 11-3. 100 seats. V. M.C.  The Wharf - Open for breakhat,  lunch and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every tabic. Continental cuisine and  seafood at its best. Sunday Brunch from  II am - 2 pm. Fully licensed and air-  conditioned. Dinner reservations reoom-  mended. Hwy. 101, Davis fay. 885-iaS.  FINE DINING  The Terrace at Bonniebrook with  an ocean panorama, The Terrace at Bonniebrook, located on the waterfront at  Gower Point, offers superb West Coast  cuisine in a picturesque and relaxing lodge  setting. For those seeking finer dining and  a higher standard of service we offer fresh  local BC food, expertly prepared and  presented in a varied menu of appetizers,  entrees and desserts for lunch and dinner.  Follow Gower Point road Ice Ocean Beach  Esplanade. Breakfast, 6-9:30; Lunch,  11:30-2; Dinner, 5:309:30. Sunday  Brunch, 9-2. Closed Mondays. Lunch  and Dinner reservations recommended.  Business groups and receptions welcome.  visa, M/C, 886-2188.  Andy's Restaurant- Every Wednesday night is Prime Rib Night. House  specialties include veal dishes, steaks,  seafood, pasta, pizza, Thai food, and lots  of 1N1EW dishes. Don't miss Andy's great  Brunch Buffet every Sunday from  I lam-2:30. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable atmosphere mth warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and daily  specials are all prepared with Ihe freshest  ingredients - both healthful and ddidous.  Our whole wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out orders  for the beach and cappudno are  available. Live entertainment most  weekends. The Coast's bistro...as tinique  as the Coast itsdf. Mon. 9-5, Tues.  ���Thuts. 9-8pm, Fri. & Sat. 9-9pm. Sunday closed. Teredo Square, Sechell.  885-9962. Reservations recommended.  Coast Club Cafe- Bright, open,  casual dining for breakfast and lunch.  Fresh is the order of the day for all of our  menu items. Big burgers, pasta dishes,  Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and  a variety of daily features. An adult en-  vironment with European flair, which of-  fers dining at reasonable prices. Open  from 3 am daily, loin us for weekend  brunch. 5519 Wharf Ave., Sechdt,  885-9344. Visa and Mastercard accepted -  scaling for 60.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy Ihe beautiful  svaterfront view (eagles and hummingbirds are a common sight) from the  Backeddy Marine Pub. Enjoy the deck as  wdl as the separate family dining area,  both with a relaxing atmosphere. Bring  your appetite for our home-style  Skookumbutger or our great fish It chieps.  We're open for breakfast at 9 a.m. and  dinner is served from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Located '/: mile north of Egmont on  Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub ���  Great food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific daily  specials, available 'till 9 epm every night.  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good limes. Sun. - Thurs. open 'till  midnight, Fri. & Sat. open 'till I am.  Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. 886-8171.  Irvine's Landing Marine Pub -  Excellent lunches, dinners and appetizers  served in a friendly and casual waterfront  pub setting overlooking the mouth of  Pender Hartxxir. Prime rib evety Satur-  day. Fit* moorage available for boaters  visiting with us. We're located at the end  of Irvine's Landing Road, and we're open  7 days a week from 11 am to 11 pm. Pub  open llam-llpm. Kitchen open llam-  10pm. Call 883-1145.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster House - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere, the Omega is a people*  watdter's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu indudes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are their specialties. Banquet fadlities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  Landing at 1538 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 11:30 am -10  pm, Fri and Sal 11:30 am - 10:30 pm.  Seals 145.  The Parthenon Greek Taverna  Located on the esplanade in downtown  Sechdt. We specialize in Greek Cuisine,  fresh seafood, steaks, pasta, and pizza.  Open 6 days a week ��� Tues. through  Thurs., from 11 am - 10 pm and Fri. &  Sat.. II am - 11 pm. We are open lor  lunch - try our daily luncheon specials.  Lunch is served from 11 am ��� 3 pm.  Reservations recommended. Wc also  have take-out - pizza, ribs, pasta, (.'.reck  food and much more! 88MW or  885-2833. Kathcrina - Heestess.  Pronto's Restaurants i wo location  io serve you. Both serve an extensive)  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne,  rites, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees indude garlic bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meeil for four about S15-S20. Located al  Wharf Rd.. Sechelt. 885-1919; and on  Highway 101, across from Gibsons  Medical .Clinic. Gibsons. 886-8138.  Ruby Lake Resort - Picturesque  lakeside setting, post-and-beam dining  room, children's play area and tame  swans are part of Ruby .Lake Resort's  charm. Sunday smotgasbord features  ���baron of beef and other hot meal dishes,  a beautiful salad bar and homemade  desserts, starts at 1 pm. Absolutely superb  prime rib on Friday. Breakfast from 6:30  am, lunch from 11 am and dinner from  4:30 to 8 pm. Daily specials, licenced,  reasonable prices, menus have something  for everyone, on and off-premises catering. Hwy 101 just north of Pender Harbour, good highway access and parking  for vehicles of all sizes. 883-2269.  FAI IN - JAKE OUF  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 eerders under SI0. Open  late every nighl. Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-7813. 16. Coast News, August 13,1990  ���  ORTS  Creek Old Boye  top fastball league  The Roberts Creek Legion  Old Boys finished their season  with an impressive 22 and 5 won  These intrepid  5 day trip that  Lake.  canoeists from Camp Klphinslone lake a veelcome break in Porpoise Bay Park after a  had them canoe TO kms to (iahulm Lake, then hike 20 kms lo within I km of Phantom  ���Fran Burnside pheelee  SC Golf h Country Club  Juniors perform well  by Frank Nanson  ��� Three of our junior members  played well in two recent events.  Matthew Chalmers, our current  junior champion, shot an 82 at  (he Beach Grove Junior Invitational and Divot Tournament  held at Tsawassen. Brian Ewarl  shot a 172 and finished lied for  first place but had to leave to  liateh the ferry so wound up  tliird. Jeremy Budd shot 76 in  tjie same tournameni and was  ;|lso in on the prizes in his age  (j!a.,s. Well done lads.  ��� Virginia Douglas. Phyl Hcn-  ily and Pin Sfchrr plavcd district  2. 5 and 8 NCTC al Mayfair  Lakes and jusi missed going io  Chilliwack for the next sicp lo  victory. Ciood try girls.  . The senior men's Thursday  ^ugusl 2 group had 75 oul with  Tom Milsted and his team of  George Townsend, Dave  Hunler, Bill Skelcher. and Bill  Lawrence taking the low net  prize. The runners up were Jack  Knaus and his males. Al Dean  was closest io the hole on Ihe  eighth. Glen Davis and his team  took home a bag of wooden  things for the first lime Ihis  year.  The 18 hole ladies first flight  had Connie Gram laking lirsl  place wilh a low gross of 77.  Dol Utlerback was low net winner with net 65 followed by  Anne Burton with nel fj6.  In second (light Marlis Knaus  had low gross wilh Celia Meda  laking low nel followed by  Eleanor Dann.  Third flight low gross winner  was Edith Woodman with  Marcella Smith and Joyce  McMillan laking playing lo low  nets in thai order.  The nine hole ladies played  the two-day Marg Langdale  Tournament on July  17 and  Cavalcade tennis  ; The call goes out for local  tennis players to get their entries  in for the Gibsons' annual Sea  Cavalcade Tennis Tournament.  The area is fortunate lo have a  itumber of courts in the parks,  it the schools and the odd  private venue and with the  cjjoperation of all concerned a  lot of matches can be played  over the weekend of August 24  to 26.  ��� Most of the courts are very  busy during the summer and Ihe  Organizers hope thai the many  lieople who play will come oul  for the jollies of competition,  the pleasures of shared wins,  and defeats, and frustrations,  the local tourney is tuned to  players at all levels with flights  Ibr early round losers and an  cjpportunity for players at all  levels to get lo the trophy table.  Wilh a number of last year's  winners out of the country  (presumably resting on their  laurels), suffering the stresses  and strains of tendon and ligament, and assorted social conflicts, indications are that all of  the categories of ladies' singles  and doubles, mixed and mens'  singles and doubles are an open  season.  Perpetual trophies await  some new names as do Ihe  generosity of the many local  merchants and services that lend  their support.  For an entry fee of $5 per  event, a can of new lennis balls  for each event and a bit of a picnic, send entries to: Family  Sports in Sunnycrest Mall,  886-4635 (ask for Lori) or Eric  Cardinall, 886-7449.  '0^  Sunshine Coast  Hot Spots and Hints  LOCATION PRODUCTION:  Cimp Byng SCOTTY  Oivllliy SPOTTY  Tn�� Island SPOTTY  Marry lilind SPOTTY  Plritl Rock SPOTTY  Epsom Point SPOTTY  Lasqjall Island  0000  Singitir Island 0000  Teeeada Island 000D  Bargain Hirbour SPOTTY  Egmant SPOTTY  Fishing has been very good at outside islands. Both spring  and coho being taken in numbers.  Closer to shore has been producing, but the take is not usually  more than one or two lish.  Cohos & springs are In Porpoise Bay. Some large lish were being picked up sparingly (up to 30+ lbs)  SPECIAL    of    tho    WEEK  15% OFF ALL  FISH NETS  TRAILBAY  Summer Holira:  Sunday eiM:M  MonTheera 95:10  Friday a.|e00  Saleertjay g 5:30  24th with Marianne winning the  iie-breake?r. On July 30 the nine-  holers played a best ball scramble wilh ihe learn of Thelma  Manning and Uarb Harvey winning.  The Twilighters had 22 out  on July 30 with Susan Keeping  and Harry Johnson taking low  net and Evelyn and George  Cooper taking the low pulls  prize. Men's closest lo the pin  on the 8th was won by Owen  Hooper who took. home the  pri/x donated by the Upstairs  Downstairs Shoppe.  - lost record in the Richmond  Evergreen Fastball League. This  season saw an inter-locking  schedule with six Ladner  fastball clubs which made the  league even more competitive  lhan lasl year, when the 'Old  Boys' finished second.  Strong pitching all season  from Peers, Ronnigen, and  Wattgh, easily Ihe best defensive  team in (he league, saw the  Roberts Creek Legion finish  wilh eight fewer losses than the  second place NEC club from  Richmond.  In this year's new play-off  weekend, the 'Old Boys' left  their hefly bats which carried  Ihem to many lop-sided wins at  home this past season. Wilh only average defence, and no bats,  the league chumps fell in two  quick games to ihe fourth place  Richmond Blues, losing un excellent game to ihe NEC club 4  lo 2.  A disappointing play-off  after an excellent season with  league MVP's, lop chuckers.  antl surely a half-do/en league  all Mars.  The 'Old Boys' would like to  lake this opportunity lo thank  all those fans who supported the  club this past year wilh their attendance ai the games.  We would also like to express  our lhanks lo those who came  out and assisted wilh Ihe umpiring during the season, and  especially to local umpire Mike  Busnardo who did such a commendable job all season long  for us behind ihe plate.  Good work Mike, and lhanks  from all ihe guys!  Finally, where would we be  without our tremendous sponsor, the Roberts Creek Legion,  and our favorite fan Ernie  Fossell. Again wc lhank you for  a tremendous year, and look  forward lo carrying your colours wilh us next vear.  LEARN TO SCUBA DIVE  Aug. 18  Advanced Diver Course  Aug. 20  Open Water Diver Course  8<pt. 10  Rescue Diver Course |^^  Take Advantage of  Summer  Diving  at its  Best  Reference: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  Fo. Skookumcleuh Narrows add  l'e. 40 nine, plus 5 min lo. each II. ol f ISO,  and 7 min. lor each tt. ol tall  TIDELINE MARINE  5637 Wharf Rd.. Sechell  885-4141  a  9.9% V  FINANCING  OAC ��� 1 Yeeir Term   ,  XJmX.(Boats In Stocky  Ifc/Ul m  1 COWRIE ST   SECHftr '    115 J5II  mmmmmmmmm  UmraammammmmWA Coast News, August 13,1990  17.  u  ft  Down from the mountain  Screaming Rock  by Sam Mom  Dead ringer for a senior, A senior competes at annual picnic.  ���Fran Burmldr photo  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 ft THURSDAY  9:30-12:30 Lessons  We BT9 now taking Registration tor an  N.L.S. (pool option) course to be held this  tall. If Interested please call 886-9415. See  Lynn Glampa for further information.  Publication ol this schedule  sponsored by  Super Valu  I'm a great one for naming  things and the names are usually  a little bit out of the ordinary  which, causes one to question as  to how they came to be.  Behind each name is a story  which usually makes the name a  little easier to understand after  the telling, such is the case with  'Screaming Rock'. Screaming  Rock is the name I gave to a  large granite boulder that is  located where the old cablevi-  sion towns used to be on  Elphinstone Mountain. More  than likely it was unearthed by  an old logging operation, for  still sitting on top with its roots  embracing the stone, is an old  bleached out slump.  Whenever I camped out up  there or went up for the day, I  spent many an hour sitting atop  that stump. Although the forest  is slowly reclaiming the view, in  days past you could clearly see  the ferry terminal and Howe  Sound. After watching a few  ferries come and go, you almost  got the illusion that to fall off  the rock was to fall into the  water far Mow.  Aside from a place to meditate, Screaming Rock had a  purpose. In taking in the view  you could also see Vancouver  and Richmond beyond, which  in my early days before moving  to the mountain to live had  caused me a lot of grief.  One occasion found me on  the rock as a long weekend was  drawing to a close, which meant  that I would have to go back to  the city. Seeing it there in a  smokey haze on the horizon  angered me, and I began to  shout and then scream at the  top of my lungs of all the social  injustices, people I hated who  had made my life miserable.  You name it, it all came pouring  forth. Aside from a sore throat,  it felt good and I had made a  fool of myself in front of no  one, save for a small flock of  birds in a neighbouring tree who  didn't hang around long enough  to judge.  I wanted to share this natural  therapeutic wonder and I convinced one of the kids I used to  take hiking to give it a go. That  night around the campfire was a  quiet one, for aside from missing a chip off his shoulder, my  young companion had almost  lost his voice.  So it went over the years that  followed when I lived on the  mountain. I would meet people  over the 2-way radio and invite  them up to get away from it all.  Some couldn't quite let go of it  and enjoyed where they were.  They talked of the situation  they were in, their boss, the job  etcetera.  I would offer the suggestion  that I knew something that  would make them feel better  and that if the view wasn't  enough of a reward for the effort of the climb, then their problems weren't all that big.  To me the walk and the veiw  were enough. A bonus was to  see somebody who was so  wound up the day before that  they had chopped me a month's  worth of winter's wood, and yet  through clenched teeth had  said, "Yea...now what?", fall  asleep beside the Are after a visit  to the rock.  The day I remember the most  about Screaming Rock was the  day a total stranger caught me  airing my accumulated frustrations.  I spotted him cautiously  creeping up the last few yards to  the top of the trail. I climbed  down off my perch and thought  it best to simply explain what it  was that I was doing and added,  "You should try it yourself  sometime," then turning and  looking at the old boulder I added, "Well guess I'm about  done."  Bidding him farewell I headed down. Round about the  B&K logging road I heard the  echoing bellow of obscenities  raining down the mountain,  another one had found the cure!  Recently I visited my old  haunt to find it totally  overgrown with brush, as  though a curtain had been  drawn. Maybe one day down  the road it will unveil itself to  some frustrated individual and  they too will find some relief  atop Screaming Rock.  HemstolkTHinting  & Fishing Supplies  Hunting  Season  is Coming  ARE YOU  READYTI  Located at  5649 Teredo St.,  .Sechelt  Green Gables  Building -  Next to  Royal Terraces  885-4090  I  &"<****    ILL  Devlin Funeral Home offers a complete range of pre-arranged  funerals: traditional funerals with burial pr cremation, memorial  services, direct cremation service, graveside funerals, or transfer  to other localities.  For those who wish to pre-pay funeral expenses, Devlin's have  a government licensed & audited prepaid funeral plan. 1(X)% of  funds paid are placed in an interest-bearing trust account. Your  funeral expenses are inflation-proof - the cost is locked-in at current price levels. If you ever want to cancel, all your money is  refundable with interest.  Call or write Devlin Funeral Home for an appointment or for  more information. 886-9551. No cost or obligation.  (k  579 Seaviejw Rd.,  Box 648  Gibsons, B.C.  886-9551  WORKERS  f  COMPENSATION.  Solid & Semi  Transparent Colours  Reg. $29.99  Sale Price $23.99  Less Manufacturer's  Mail-In Rebate:     $3.00  Your Cost  $20  99  You Save $9.00  f"  ^uy/i/ipTc  SHIAL  -LY BEAUTIFUL WOOD  It's easy to collect  from Olympic.  Just buy any 4 litre  can (or equivalent) of  Olympic product (8 can  limit) and you'll receive  a $3.00 rebate. Until  September 10,1990.  Hi-ho. Hi-ho.  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES  TWO L0CA TI0NS   sunshine coast highway gibsons  wharf ano dolphin  Optn Mon. - SM.  81 in - 5 pm  Sundays, (Qlbsons Only)  10 am - 4 pm  Gibsons     Sschsft  8864141   885-7111  SECHELT  v*"Muvsr (ToN Frao) 888*8814  a 18.  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Chimneys (Hl-Temp)  ��� Inserts *-����aiS    a Liners  STEVE CHRISTIAN Complete Sales It Installations  Certified Technician IT'S ALL WE DO  i    885-7171 Sitsty 8 SetltletlUn BuiraiHttd ,  Q 1 D Contracting  ���Sand & Gravel Deliveries,  ���Stump Removal  Gary Davies 886-9585  J)an ZuiH    886-8070  ICG LIQUID GAS  ��� Auto Proptne  "*e  t Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101. across St.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechelt  ��� HOME IMPROVEMENTS ���  P0. Box  Gibsons. I  COAST BOBCAT SERVICI  Small In Size ��� Big In Production  Post Hnfes * Trenching  Spreudtng/LcvellinR  886-7061  SECHELT <������������;  ml  r FINE TOUCH WOOD WORKS ^  ��� Custom Heme Framing * Finishing  ��� Renovations  ��� Sundecks, Circular Stake  Mike Hanson 886-3257  ������tf  y,  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS  Need this space?  C...H   Hie    I  OASI   Nl WS  /  LAURIE LACOVETSKY  j  m\  i  886-2835  ��(DQ  V\  1)  RtiMintiil ft  lj  Commercial  Www  l4U  [mJ  Construction  CONSTRUCTION  Renovations ��� Additions  Gibsons,  B.C.  ,  CENTURY ROCK '  885-5910  5SS  SALES * INSTALLATION  ��� Commercial & Residential*  ��� Carpet &, Resilient Flooring*  .........   Phone   .......  shopp'nG   SHOWROOM at 888-3282  5601 Hwy. 101, Sechelt  Tuts.-Frl., 12:30-5 All day Sat.  THE FLOOR STOne AT YOUB nnnn  )  Need this space?  Cell tier COAST  IMLWS  .il H8li ?6?? eer 88b 3930  for the Professional  and the Homeowner,  V    RENT-IT!  /       CANADA INC.  IH    TOOLS & EQUIPMENT    ifff  V6540 Inlet Ave., Sechelt       885*2848 .  lorkaljire (gardener  ���q General Garden Maintenance  ���    Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  J Rock Walls & Rockeries  Senior's Discount - Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  CUSTOM DRAPERIES  VENETIAN BLINDS  ��� Bedspreads       ��� Balloon Shades  1 Wallpapers        ��� Upholstery Fabrics  Compl/menl.trt' In-Home Service  Prolessional Installations  ROBERT HONF.y  INTERIORS  Decorators for fine homes.  5639 Wharf Road, Sechell  12-4, Tues. - Fri.  .385-4044  SUNSHINE KITCHEN  ��� CABINETS -  886-0411  ���Showroom Kem'a Plata, Hwy 101  Open Tuaaday to Saturday 10-4 pm  CLIP i SAVE \  m mWmm   ��-'r ��� aura ��  ���F"BCFGRRies Schedule I  I  l;  I  .MNtOUVFR   SECHELT PtNINSULA  HOflStSMOf BAY  immlSH  LE  JERVIS INL^  ETtRLSCOVt   SALTERY BAY  Lv. Lingdito  6 20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 M'      4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  Lv. Horseshoe Biy  7:30 am      3:30 pm  9:30 M        5:30 M  11:30 7:25 M  1:15 pm      9:15  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 8:30 925 M     7:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M 11 30      9:30  ll  I  Late seMegs Sen4tyt and hemta Mondays June 14 It Septembw 4.  ���MOTE: Thaea arte) ba eea  "Fleit Feerf." ran an  Sameelaii. Sundaaa a Hauaaee  ���16-9318  lor enloemaleon  commeeels S complaints  Ivy Noein Rd. & Seecot Go.ee Pi a Franklin, lowae Bus Stop)  Depart  5:45 1:45  7:45 3:45  9:45 5:45  11:45 7:46  Arrival  Lanidala    6:10 2:10  Feny Tut.   8:10 4:10  10:10 0:10  11:10 1:10  Gibsons Bus Schedule  ���Connects 1:30 Forty run  ROUTE!  Ivia Bonnlabroole. Woortceeek SC Moon* Homo Peek)  Depart  7:00*  9:00  11:00  1:00  3.00  5:00  7:00  Arrive  MtS 7:30  9:30  11:30  1:30  3:10  5:30  7:30  ittaFaema  FAKES Adults Seniors children Stud. Comm Tickets  Out ol Town S1.50 S1.00 75 SI 00 S1 25/rlde  In Town .75       .75      .75        75  These transportation schedules sponsored by  SuHcmul Agweieo --  INSURANCE            TRAVEL m��mm  886-2000               886-9255 mJIS  fm          Bed Carpet Service From Friendly Proletetonelt in Sunnycrest Mall, Olbsona. m  ?^^m*im^aa^LmmaMt��Mammm.  mmmmmmmmmM  ���Mitfaa Coast News, August 13,1990  -19.  Halfmoon Bay Country Fair  Editor:  The success of the Country  Fair of Halfmoon Bay cannot  be measured by dollars alone, as  the fair is primarily a fun  gathering lhal brings ihe com-  LEARN TO DRIVE.  ONE-ON-ONE.  ���Let a .professional teach  you to drive.  At \bung Drivers of  Canada, you receive the txst  defensive driver training in  North America.  Wll do mote than help  you get your liceiKe. Wll  teach you everything you  need lo know to drive  accident-free.  Things like crash avoidance, threshold braking and  slalom steering Every emergency manoeuvre you could  need. Because one day, it  might save your life.  Wll have private in-car  sessions. Backed up with  extensive classroom time  to help imprint your  reactions.  In many instances we even  exceed the national required  standard of training.  More than 350,000 students now recommend us.  Don't take a  chance.  Learn lo drive  right febr the rest  or your life.  Yewi9 Driven of Canada.  Wa loach you to drive and survive  Register now. Classes are filing tip.  Single Leesone Or Full Courses In Standard Transmission Vehicles Now Available  Phone for information and brochuree. 885-5432 or call collect 4833347.  Next Course Aug. 15/90  Services  Directory  MARINE SERVICES  o MISC SERVICES ���  f    OCEAN DYNAMICS LTD.  Miriie & Mecknicel Eifiiesriii Deiifi  Boat & General Marine Surveys  Dock Design & Conslruction  MIMMTM.  MARINE WAYS  BOAT MOVING  POWER WASHING  mcrCrui/er  Mercury Outboards  V0'W AB HADTXXX. MARINE ltd.  k GaidenBay.BC      "AS"ft��f'"S       883-2811  PENINSULA INDUSTRIE  & LOGGING SUPPLIES  PORT  MELLON  & GIBSONS  ��� Wire Rope & Rigging  ��� Welding Supplies  ��� Hydraulic Nose & Fillings  ��� Misc Industrial Products  Van. Direct 689-7387  Gibsons 886-2480  Port Mellon 884-5303       ^^^^^^  1042 Hwy. 101, Gibsons (across from Kenmac)  &,  buccaneer  Marina 6? Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 115-7111  MARINE SPECIALISTS ?i years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE-REPAIRS  K * C Thirmoglass 1,  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  "outboards  Need this space?  Cell the; COAST  NEWS  .il 886 26?? e.r 885 3930  For successful  BUSINESS MEETINGS  Lor$e or Small  CEDARS INN  895 Hwy. llll. Gibsons  Fan 886-3046    886-3008 J  57UTHERUNDS4^E^  SA3MRR1KR     ZSeY        YANMAR   P  ..ICftfUI/Cf      MARINE    J  STERN DRIVtS INiOAROS    DIESEL ENGINES*!  Paris it Si'rvu e l.n All Makes eel Oulteeiarris  I).,, ksule- e.r Drylanel  ,,,,,.,   ,.   ...  FINANCING AVAILABLE VIIFll&lb  ^al COHO MARINA, Madeira Park M3-11197  JACOBSEN FEEDS  6452 Norwest Eay Road  888-9S69        Your Authorized Dealer  We carry a complete line ol  Animal Feeds & Supplies  All Beickerfield's  the growing people J  ( CHAINSAWS  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  CHAINSAW LTD  731 NORTH ROAD   886-2912,  ^C.^inTudC Cob-a  * Motel & Campsites * Waler Taxi  * Marine Repairs       * Ice and Tackle    883*2266  * Sail Water licences JwJ.,.^  ml^frm-  Need this space?  ���-**��   Cottroll's Marine Service  SHll        SERVICE TO Al L MAKES  ���flB     Specleliilng In Merc. Outboard  zI^'^fli^L*,     a ttern drive rebuilding  DIVER W" Located at  BOAT ���       Smitty's Marina, Qlbsons  HAULING        SHOP 186-7711     RES 88S-S140J  Cell   tier   COASI   WI w;  DOLPHIN ALARM  SYSTEMS LTD  Burglary ��� Fire  1)  Music i Sound - Intercoms        Don Watson  RR#4 S15 C17     Bus. 886-9144  Gibsons. B.C.    Rm 886-3304.7  ��� MISC SERVICES ���  Need this space?  f     Complete, Conlidentnl, �� Prolessional      \  BUSINESS i PERSONAL OFFICE SERVICES  gH;c gaper fflill       883-9911 J  WEST COAST RAILINGS^  SfnksjJhefjHMNMGMtt  Comnwtlal It ReafchmHI hala^ona  nt.  >UMI  16 V0W3A0  f GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  JJJJJjeMO,/  , Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts 8, ~  Chris Nipper 888 3468  R.R.M, $6, C78,  eGlbsons, B.C. VON 1V0  I Beams      U|i^  munity together for a variety of  activities; and also provides  entertainment for guesls and  visitors who may lie in our area  during Ihe fair days.  However, it must also lie  recognized that the numerous  hours of hard work by ihe many  volunteers also provides funding for future activities and improvements in the Halfmoon  Hay community. I believe ii is  important that the results be  reported as to the funds raised,  and the future allocation of this  funding, from our 24th Annual  Country Fair of Halfmoon Bay.  The four main groups who  generate funds al the fair are the  Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire  Department, the Welcome  Beach Community Association,  the Halfmoon Bay Recreation  Crafts  Editor:  For all the time and effort  thai went inlo making the Arts  Council's Third Annual Craft  Fair such a wonderful success,  we would like to publicly thank  the following people and  through them iheir involved  volunteers.  Pat Braithwaite, Doris  Crowsion, the Tetrahedron  Alliance, Wendy Gilberlson,  Louisa Harlow, Ricki Moss,  Chris Staples, Susan Baggio,  Ann Barker; ihe all important  gophers Jason, Charles, Shannon, Ivo and Gulli; the tenl  builders Warren, Florence, Ken  Moore and Tony Greenfield.  For their co-operation and  support I would also like lo  lhank the Parks Board, and for  their excellent coverage both the  Coasl News and The Press.  For donations, thanks to the  Doughnut Shoppe and Galiano  Market for coming through for  us. Cafe Pierrot's and Marcella  Weibe's Mexican food stand  that led the multitudes.  To all the wonderful entertainers, a musical thank you.  Lasl, but not least, thanks to  Suncoast Securities for keeping  all our wonderful artisans' work  safe through ihe nighl.  Sandra Leach  Craft Fair Co-ordinalor  Reality  Editor:  Just a blamed second here.  While proclaiming his innocence of influence peddling,  Liberal candidate Gordon  Wilson brought ihis into a letter  to this paper July 23. Wilson  wrote, "The court action  against me and the regional  district (seeking to pverlurn  high density zoning at Farrington Cove)...happened at the  hand of none olher than the  local candidate for the NDP."  This statement is false. The  supreme court petition in question was filed by Thomas K.  Reid. Reid is nol ihe local candidate for the NDP bul a  frustrated Farrington Cove-area  homeowner and former Socred  mayor of North Vancouver who  fears a 100-unit condo will ruin  ihe single-family neighbourhood where he has spent  his savings building the retirement home of his dreams.  Reid and his neighbours���at  least one of whom is a lifelong  Liberal���are used to being  treated as if they don't exist by  Wilson.  They spent three years vainly  trying to get him to recognize  their concerns and took the  court route only as an acl of  final desperation, knowing  bylaw challenges are costly and  rarely succeed.  I supported Mr. Reid and his  neighbours in iheir struggle, bul  as vice president of the local  ratepayers association, not as  NDP candidate.  I did not become NDP candidate until eight months after  Reid launched his court  challenge. Wilson knows all of  this but wants to escape blame  for siding with the Farrington  Cove developers against the  local residents by dismissing all  criticism as being politically  motivated.  When I objected to Wilson  using my name falsely, he'had  the guts lo accuse me of  "revisiting...Farrington Cove"  and loftily refused to "climb into ihe slime."  Just as a reality check, I wanl  lo confirm lhal, yes, it was  Wilson who attacked me and it  was his political ethics that were  at issue.  Howard While  Association and the Halfmoon  toy Fair Committee.  The Fire Departmenl, from  its food and drink concession  raised $1000. This money, along  wilh the profits from its garage  sale, will be put toward its  Hallowe'en fireworks display at  Cooper's Green, complete with  free hot dogs and hot chocolate  for all kids in attendance.  The bingo game operated by  the Welcome Beach Communily Association took in a net profit of $206 and this will assist  with its annual Christmas dinner and spring lunch program.  The Halfmoon Bay Recrea-  lion Association netted $350  from ils social and dinner and  $1275 from the service auction.  Its project will be the construc  tion of washrooms at Conjor  Park. m  Finally, the Halfmoon lay  Fair Committee showed a profit  of $3000 from a variety of  events: the car rally, pancake  breakfast, pie auction, while  elephant and souvenir sales,  booth rentals, 50/50 raffle, bejer  garden and food and drink  stand. This money will be used  for a variety of improvements al  Cooper's Green.  The fair was nol only a success from Ihe point of view thai  Ihe variety of activities provided  interest for all ages, but also  from the monetary aspect, as il  provided funding for future activities  Harry Johnson, Chairman  Country Fair of Halfmoon Bay  NOTICE TO  ELECTORS  The Court of Revision shall sit at the Municipal Hall on  September 10,1990. at 10 am and shall hear all complaints  and correct and revise the list of electors. Names of electors may be corrected, added if omitted, struck off if not  qualified and any other manifest error may be corrected.  The name of any person may be added lo the list if an application on the appropriate form is received at the  Municipal Office by September 7. 1990.  J.M.A. Shanks  CLERK-ADMINISTRATOR  NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  New Testament Church  Sechelt Arena  Sun. Worship Service      10:30 am  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morning Prayer 6:30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat.  New Lile Christian Academy  Enrolling Kindergarten - Grade 12  Pasior Ivan Fox  Principal, Davis Cliff  Phone 885-4775 or 885-2672  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15am  SundaySchool 11:15 am  ST. JOHNS  Davis Bay 9:30 am  Sunday School 9:30 am  Rev. Stan Sears  Church Telephone 13862333  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  School Rd.. opposite RCMP  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Office 886-7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 886-3499  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  CHRISTIAN  SCIENCE SOCIETY  in the Greene Court Hall  Medusa St., Sechelt.  Sunday Services 11:00 am  For Information, please call:  8852506 or 8853888  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 886-2611  Sunday School 9:30 am  Worship Service 11:00 am  Hour ol Inspiration 7:00 pm  Cal Mclver. Pastor  Arlys Peters. Music Minister  'The Bible as tl Is...  lor People as they are."  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning  Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 .Sower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  LIVING FAITH      ���  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & Coasl Highway  Davis Bay 885.2202  Rev. Frank W. Sc'-mitt. Pastor  Sunday Worship 11:00 am  Sunday Church School  Starts Sept. 9  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  St. Bartholomew's. Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Studv  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North 886-7410  The Anglican Parish of  St. Aidan & St. Bartholomew  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH n  Lagoon Road. Madei'a Park  Morning Worship 10:00 am  Prayer & Bible Study  Wednesday 7:30 pm  883-2374 8, 883-9441  Pastor Mike Klassen  Affiliated with the 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 Study 7:30 in homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Paster  885-7488 Office 885-9707  A      THE ANGLICAN  G*> CHURCH OF CANADA  St. Hilda's. Sechell  1st Sunday - Aug. 5, Sept. 2  9 am H.E & M.P.  Other Sundays  8 & 9:30 am H.E & M.P.  St. Andrew's ��� Pender Harbour  Regular Sun. Worship      11.30 am,  885-5019 Rev. June Malfin  "We extend a  Warm Welcome lo all"  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  6:30 pm Pender Harbour  Sunday  8:45 am Indian District  9:45 am Holy Family Sechelt  11:15 am St. Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st 8.3rd Sat. 4-4:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sal. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's, Gibsons  8859526  Unity On The Sunihlne Coast  MatttrMInd Group 7 pm Tuesdays  Sludy Group 10 am Sundays  (The Laws of Love)  Sunday Service                                               11 am Sundays  1793 Lower Rd., Roberts Creek                    4  Call 8aM194(for inlormation) 20.  r.  Coast News, August 13,1990  C/COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS^  s_  Homes S.  Property  Homes &  ftoperty  [j  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  IN PENDER HARBOUR���  The Coast News  (Madeiia Park Shopping Centre) 883-9099  Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 883-9551  ��� IN HALFMOON BAY ���  B&J Store 885-9435   IN SECHELT   The Coast News  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930   IN DAVIS BAY   Peninsula Market 885-9721  ���IN WILSON CREEK���  Wilson Creek Campground 885-5937  ���IN ROBERTS CREEK���  Seaview Market 885-3400   IN GIBSONS   The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  NOON SATURDAY  AT COAST NEWS OFFICES  _ SECHELT & GIBSONS  OPEN HOUSE  Sunday, Aug. 19 ��� 1:30-4:30  1553 Larchberry Or. (Woodcreek Park)  2420 sq. II. Rancher on Beautilul. Sunny  85x170 Corner Lot. Don't Miss This One!!  Asking $161,000  '<PMk  cs  REALTY LTD.  PATRICIA OLIVER  Home 886 2500 Olfice 886-8107  Pendei Harbour view lot. serviced  lo bordei. uncleared. $29,900  2702958/883-9095 #33s  Cochrane Road Good, large,  building lol Close lo manna &  beaches. $27,500 B85-4501  #35s  12 ace-es. modem 2 bedroom  home, limber, private. $120,000  or boal Hade 883-2977       #34  Semi-walertront lol by owner.  65x130. serviced, veiy nice area,  good tailing. 3 km lo village.  $35,000,885-2544. #32ss  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation  ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FREE CATALOGUE  5686 Cowrie St.. Box 1219  Sechelt. B.C VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van. Toll Free 684-8016  Unique 3 BDRM. 3 BATH Home  Spectacular view Approx 2500  sq. It, 883-9418 ��� 988-4310  1135s  Cleared lot on cul-de-sac. Field  Rd. area, potential view, services  available, $22,900. 885-5861  #33si  Lol. Fuciest Road, cleared, all  seivices. $22,000. Lynn.  738-1000. #33  5 acies ALR, view, hydro, merchantable timber. Roberts Creek.  $79.000.886-3422.        #34sr  OPEN HOUSE  Saturday, August 18th,  11:00 im- 2:00 pm  5 bdrm. panabode,  611 Gower Poinl Road  <PeM.  cs  REALTY LTD.  Diana Starbuck, 886-9408  or 886-8107 lor inquiries  By owner ocean view 1200 sq.  II lanchei. Selma Park. 3  bdrms.. I'll balhs. 3 appls..  wheelchair accessible, new vinyl  siding, double carport, quiel  neighbourhood, avail, immed..  $99 900 885-9328. #33  eVUsfsELl ~  Piime level view lol in village ol  Sechell. aiea ol new homes,  $25,000 or owner will look al oilers. Call Janet Gordon. Century  West Really Ltd.. 885-2235.  885-3247 #34  Madeiia Paik 3 bdim. 1'A balh 2  level home on 240x80' lol,  30'x14' workshop. $105,000.  874-0960. #35  Best level lot on Soulhwood Road.  6/10 acre, school close by.  8859323 #34ss  Bldg. lol. Shaw Rd.. walk lo all  seivices Can be zoned duplex.  Excavated, w/plan avail. build  10 suil il required $35,000.  886-7668 #33  OPEN HOUSE!!!  VIEW HOME IN  WOODCREEK PARK  (Follow signs to  LOT 117      '���'  Islandview Drive)1  Siturdiy, August 18th  11:00 am- 3:00 pm  mju '  MHIe.  cs  REALTY LTD.  Contact Windy Johnson at  home: 886-4847  or Patricia Oliver at  home: 886-2500  or at Ihe office: 886-8107  lor lurther inlormation.  The Bwt Deafi Atewuli  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  $/IOO  4  (minimum) for 10 words  25'  each additional word  (Births. Losl & Found FREE!)  "Swe Sett"  CLASSIFIEDS  Pay jor 2 weeks, get the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be       ,  PRE-PAID belore insertion. -  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted    ���  s15oo  $100  up to 10 words  each additional word  Your*dd, le'iiluriny 1 Item only, will run 4 con  secullver wtii'ks. (lien will be- caneyllud unle's*  vou Instruct us tee renew il BY NOON  SATURDAY. (Nol available to commercial  advertisers)  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & secheit offices Noon Saturday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Madeira Park Shopping Centre 883*9099,  Cowrie St . Sechelt 885-3930  Cruice Lane. Gibsons  88o*2o22  FAX: 886-7725 Gibsons  885-3954 Sechelt  For Public Use  Pender Harbour Office  FRIDAY 4:30 pm  Homes 1  Property  5.1 acies $59,000 close to terry.  1000 Road Ironlage. Hydio.  886-9049 #34si  2 bo'iei townhouse, upper Gibsons within walking distance to  school and shopping.S69.500.  886-7444 #33sr  Thank You  My special thanks to Dr Paetkau  and Or Burtnick and the nursing  stall al St. Mary's Hospital.  Vera Grafton. #33  OPEN HOUSE!!!  VIEW HOME IN  WOODCREEK PARK  (Follow signs to Lot 117 -  Islandview Diive)  Sat., Aug. 18 -  11:00 im la 3:00 pm  Conlad Windy Johnson  al 886-4847 (home)  or Patricia Oliver  at 886-2500 (homer)  01 al Ihe Ofllca 816-8107  loi turtner inlormation  mid  cs  Aie you in an unhappy relationship' Call Ihe Transition House  tor Iree confidential counselling.  885-2944. TFN  Privale sale. 5 bdrm . 3 bath, 8  yr. young quality lamily home,  close to Oeach. school 8. shopping. Ve acre, fabulous ocean  view, huge deck. S155.000.  Make an oiler. 886-8628.     #35  OPEN HOUSE!!!  684 HILLCREST ROAD  Corner ol Crucil & Hillcresl  Saturday. August 18th  11:00 am - 2:00 pm  Do you need some inlormalion to  deal with youi legal problem? Call  Ihe Ligil Information Service  885-5881: Mondays and  Wednesdays 9.4 TFN  Announi ements  14 BROOKS I MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  tmionmnl pf e,  riienitly Pamls  In All Ononis 01  /eeclueleejg Glean   '|   S<V     'Ljf  30001 square leel of  living space, zoned Ouplex  - 5 bedrooms. 3 baths, & a  View for Ihe angels.  REALTY LTD.  For lurther information  call Wendy Johnsen at  home: 886-4847 or  Bob Nygran al home:  886-9587 or al  the olfice. 686-6707.  Lol 23 Central Rd.. 50x105.  view, level. 3 km to lerry.  872-1064 #35ss  |SeJn)Shine Heights - large  cleared view lol wilh unfinished  i.ibio backing onto park Communily mailna inclusive,  $27,000,885-7171. #33  #3 - 650 School Road. 1600 sq.  II. view lownhouse. central Gibsons, genuine bargain. $77,000.  886-2694 #34  2ft acre lot overlooking  Garden Say Lake on the corner of Irvines Landing and  Garden Bay Roads. Access  in off Irvines Landing Road.  Partially cleared. Large level  building site.  $45,000.00  883-9178  Gibb. Gabriel Kieran. August 3.  son for Deborah and George, 8  lbs. 4 oz. Brother for Ritchie,  Rochelle and Keri. #33  Obituaries  SILVEY: passed away suddenly  al Ruby Lake on August 4.1990.  Jeremy Jacob Silvey, age 2  years Survived by bis loving  parents Rob and May Silvey: his  brother Tyler; 2 grandmothers  Dorothy Silvey and Edna Howill:  aunts, uncles, and cousins  Funeral service was held on Friday, August 10 In the Pender  Harbour Community Hall.  Reverend June Maffin officiated.  Cremation followed. Devlin  Funeral Home, directors      #33  lhank You  Ihe lamily ol Ihe late Percy M  Balh would like lo thank their]  many friends lor their thought-  lulness. Iheir cards, calls and-  support during  Ihe past few!  weeks.  Barbara Bath & Family  #33  My sincere lhanks to my son  David & wife Margaret, also my  daughter Linda Hollobon for arranging a surprise party for my  90th birthday. II was grand  meeling so many old friends. The  bouquets were lovely and so  many generous gifts and cards  given. The singing of Happy Birthday sounded like a Welsh choir.  I was thrilled.  Elizabeth M. Worrall  (MlHy), Oraanscoun #33  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-2923  Resj85-5058  Dally Word 4 Unity Magazine  readers and all who wish to explore Unity ideas. Call for Informalion aboul sludy and mastermind groups and Sunday  meetings. Donnie or Dudley  886-9194. #34  Modco acrylic slucco exterior  - interior linishing. Sales rep.  J. Boe, 886-7955. #35  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-7272. 886-2954.  TFN  Does someone in your lamlly have  a drinking problem' Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885-7484 Al-Ateen  886-2565. TFN  Phone us today aboul our selection ol  beautilul  personalized  wedding   invitations,   napkins,  malches. slalionery and more  Jeannies Gifts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Adull children ol Alcoholics or  dislunctional families please call  885-5281 01 886-8165 lor help.  TFN  Looking lor SHAKLEE products?  Nutritional supplements,  biodegradable cleaners, personal  care products Call Dale  886-3805. Mavis 885-7464. #34  Reno 8 days, Sechell return, Oct.  13/90. stopover Springfield Ernie 886-9655. #33  Michael Hamer Registered  Manage Therapist Massage.  Reiki. Rebirlhing. By appointment 886-7589. #33  Psychic Readings  Phone Kalawna at 885-4883  #37  Al Hunler Gallery unlil Aug. 26.  'Possibilities' - clayworks by  Katie Janyk #34  $50 reward lor inlormalion  leading lo recovery ol Iront wheel  ol Sarrae James Harris Mountain  Bike, taken midnight. Sunday.  Aug. 5 from 230 Pratt Rd. Call  RCMPor886-2512. #33  On Lockyer Rd.. female cat. long  hair, grey tabby, probably injured. 885-7082. #33  On Leek Rd., Tues.. Aug. 7,  6:35. spare key with magnet for  Ford car. 886-7419. #33  Lcsl at Home Hardware in Gibsons or mall area, man's brown  wallet on Mon. Aug 6. Andrew  Dan. 883-9040. #33  Blonde coloured Calm Terrier in  Langdale area, answers to  Kaylee. Call collecl  604-373-2367, reward.       #33  Madeira Park area, black & while  neul. male cal with long tall, 2  yrs. old. answers lo Oscar.  Thinks he's human bul nol very  Iriendly. Please call 883-2126 If  you've seen him. #35  4 mo. old lemale labby kitten,  small, short hair. Harbour Way.  Sunshine Heights. 885-7906 #33  Long-haired mostly grey lemale  cat, soil voice and sweet disposition, missing from Hallowel Rd.  vicinily of Ruby Lake. Call Mark  dr Sandy at 883-1145.        #35  Small tabby lemale cat, Secret  Cove area beginning ol August.  885-6336. 133  Thanks Joan Marlon lor reviving  my dog Molson  MatfHofH. #33  Girl's gold and pink rimmed  glasses at Davis Bay Beach Aug.  3.885-7205. 133  1967 Yearbook (black Cougar)  lound al Horseshoe Bay with  name Leona Gullacher inside.  746-5958 #33  Sam Kirkbride. your wallet is at  Ihe Pender Harbour Paper Mill.  Call 883-9911. #35  Ladies wrisl watch 8. child's  bracelet, can be claimed at Gibsons Posl Olfice. #33  Ryan's Hope call 886-4804 lor  tools #33  IVls  &.  livestock  (3MAGUS  'KJJNNEJ^  Bright, Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pet Foods  886-8568  SPCA ADOPTION  Adorable  collie cross,  lemale  pups: young cats and cute kittens. 886-7313. #33  PET FOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS,  TECHNI-CAL, NUTRO-MAX.  PUHINA. WAYNE.  Also lull line ol bird seed  And much more.  Duality Farm t Harden  Supply Lid.  Prall Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contacl Then & Now Furniture.  699   Highway   101.   Gibsons.  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  Help reduce Ihe pel overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pel TFN  Canine consultant, ottering obedience & intruder awareness  training. Reg Robinson.  886-2382  TFN  5 yr old Palimino quarter horse.  For sale 885-5544 #33  15 month energetic intelligent lab  lired of cily lile looking lor a country home. 885-2518. #33  3 horses ��� 2 very well broke,  $1200 ea.: 1 ��� 11 monlh filly.  $500: also saddles & tack. Phone  886-9626 #34  The Sunshine Coast Equestrian  Club will be conducling a survey  ot Ihe horse owners and users for  Ihe area between Port Mellon and  Earls Cove during Ihe dales of  Aug. 14 to 29. We will fry our  best to contacl all interested parties, it we have not contacted you  in lhat time period please conlad  Lisa Williams 885-7243 by Sept.  I lo participate in Ihis survey. We  appreciate your cooperation in  Ihis pro|ect. #34  PB female blonde Cocker Spaniel.  no papers. 18 months old. needs  a good home, $100. 886-7089.  #33  AIRPLANE TICKET  Bellingham to Tucson, Arizona.  Wednesday August 29 $85.  (Value $406)885-4164.     #33  WhiskeyJack Nature Tours  Carmanah   Valley   tdp  22/23  August. S199 PP. other dates  avail. Call lor info. 885-5539  eves. 885-3971 days.        #33  Focus Dance needs lino for dance  surface for Save the Strait. Donations gratefully 'accepted.  885-6125. #34  We buy used .  TAPES, RECORDS ��� CD's  in good condilion,  Max Music. 886-3453.  efTFN  Old Boy Scout badges and related  Items (particularly need a 'Mt.  Elphinstone Dislricl' badge), J.  Munns. 203-3846 Carrigan. Burnaby V3N4H9. Phone 421-7571.  #35  Twin mattress, good cond.  886-7687. #33  Commuter wishes to share driving lo Vancouver. Call Gail  886-8837. #35  White rabbit. 886-8033  More free goat manure lor your  ���lower garden, a sack or truck  load. 885-2819. #35  World's best mousetrap: 3 Irisky  kittens, ready now.  883-2948. #34  Garage Sales  Moving sale, Aug. 25.1009 Fair-  view Rd., 10-? #33  Sal.. Aug. 18, 10-2. 611 Gower  Pt. Rd.. baby items, ski equipmenl, etc. #33  Sal.. Aug. 18. 9 am to 3 pm,  5277 Sunshine Coast Hwy. (close  to Sechelt Public Boat Launch).  #33  Giant Bluff Sale - Saturday  Aug. 18,9:00 am -4:00 pm  at the following locations  326 Skyline Dr.. 343 Skyline, 266 Arbutus Reach.  unarimr-esaa  August 18-19, Sat. Sun. collector's items: brass, copper, Avon.  Blue Mountain pot., plumbing,  tools, furniture. 12583 Bargain  Harbour Rd 883-9973.        #33  Bils & pieces sale, turniture, TV.  small Iridge. carpeting, slereo,  dishes, glasses, curtains, bikes,  lamps, books, clothes. Sunday,  Aug. 19.10am. 886-9233. #33  Shar-Pei Wrinkled pups, asking I  $400. open to offers. Phone  886-7538 after 1pm. #35  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  a  Ken Dalajeish  886*2843  Finders    ft  Keepers 0  Antiques, ,  .J, &     ����  T CoHectHites  Behind Ihe Chevron  al Hie Sunnycrest Mall  886-4551  Drum lessons available as ol  September. For Info call Nikki  885-9091. #34  Upright grand piano, mahogany,  1925 vintage, $1100. 886-3344.  #35  Piano accompanylst required lor  Soundwave Choir. Tues. eves  $10/hr. 886-8026. TFN  'Boss' effects pedals, two CE-2  chorus and one 0C-2 octave, $70  ea. or $200 lor all three.  885-9232. #35  Altos, and men minimum age 15  needed lor Soundwaves Choir  886-8026. TFN  Sldng players, tympanlsts/per-  cussionisls. some brass players  needed lor Soundwaves Orchestra. 886-8026. TFN  Wanted: used piano, good cond  reasonable price. 886-9447 alter  6 pm. #33  Solid alder student desk with  bookcase. Olympia ES101  typewriter with supplies, solid  wood typing desk. 885-1975  alter 5 pm. #33  22 single shot rifle. $55: 303 ride. $95; large canning pressure  cooker, $60.885-7738.      #33  Marine diesel stove.. $150: large  hand anchor winch, $150: large  l/g shower base, $50; composting toilet, $50; yellow toilet,  $30.886-8033. #23  1 pair budgies with cage and  breeder, $25.886-3364.     #33  Recliner chair, neutral tweed,  $30 OBO: pink twin bedspreads,  l $45 pair. 885-5551., #35  16*" nylon Wlnlec saddle, near  new, very comfortable, black  girth 5, stirrups incl., $400 OBO.  886-7558. #35  2000 sq. fl. green metal rooting,  26 gauge, slashing 1 screws,  $2000. 886-3457 alter 5 pm.  6 YDS. DELIVERED  $40.00  LYLE FORBES  ,24" elec. range, like new; gale  leg table. 885-7078. #35  ^ ^ - ���,.���-.������, .   mmummmmmmm  ���TMHMMMM1M  Mmmm^Ji^gtiU^mmmmmm^mmumm^m Coast News, August 13,1990  21.  Aulo. AM/FM cassette, graphic  equalizer,  hl-comp  speakers.  $275. 885-4151, 885-7950.    #33sr  6' sliding patio door, double glaz-  ed brown; 36x80" wood-glass  exterior door w/frame.  886-7147 #33  Every Fri. al Alpine Truss, kiln  dried 2x4" lor sale, you pick up.  886-82010(886-8233.       #34  23" colour, remote console TV.  Zenith, exc. cond., $250 OBO  885-7757. #35  Grey love seat, 2 yrs. old, open to  54i84 bed. $100 lirm-  886-3129. #35  Mention  Potters  High Fire Kiln  $500 OBO  ^  Estrin  Electric  WhHl  S3500B0  McLaren  GijKHii  $700 OBO  AlktotDobMo  Days Em.  806-K1J        818-4785  TIS SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil mixed-Hog Fuel  By the yard or truck lull. Top  quality products al reasonable  prices. You pickup or we deliver.  Phone anytime 885-5669.    TFN  BudRiks  VIDEO GAMES  CASSETTES  C.D.'S  104-140 ranee tmaant  Ibatelnd Trl-Pholo)  885-4888  HAV $4.00/bale  FRESH ORGANIC VEGETABLES  Phone 885-9357  TFN  Frost Iree Iridge. almond. 18  cuff $325. 886-8367 #33  ENTRY DOORS  Solid cedar or fir, 6 panel. 34"  and 36"x6'8", limited quantity.  $180. Timothy Clement. Cabinet  Maker. 886-8218. #33  ATTN. KNITTERS  Hand-spun 100% Angora wool  85Vgm Exc. valuel Chocolate  English angora bunnies' Child's  school desk $10. 885-7083  Leslie. #33  Beautiful Iron spiral staircase wilh  oak steps; custom pierced brass  & glass fireplace door; black &  brass glass fireplace door, 2 exquisite provincial china dining  room fixtures wilh shades.  885-7434. .    #33  FOR SALE  Fine European and  North American Antiques & Contemporary  furniture; Oriental &  Persian carpels; Paintings & Prints; and  886-810S  Stove t S/S Fridge (avocado)  Good working order. $600.  885-3360 belore 9 pm.       #33  Dining room table and 4 chairs,  new. $400 OBO. 886-8511. #34  Must sell! Beautiful solid maple  bodied 12 string guitar. $350.  Call Myron for details 886-2521.  #34  Sears 3 5 HP OB $150; foam lor  float, alum, window. 2ft'x5',  $50; 10 sp. mountain bike, like  new. $250 885-3348.        #34  4 component stereo system,  $500; dining table, 4 chairs,  $125.885-5105. #34  12' alum, boal I trailer. $700:  long box canopy, $150; girls 12  sp. Norco mtn. bike, like new,  $150,886-9095 #34  Fireplace insert for masonry F/P.  value StOOO, selling $350.  889-4862. Hi  Large hamster cage with accessories. $10: 1 pair ladles Ice  skates, $20 Phone 886-4690  ��5  IS' canoe. $200; garden swing.  $36; live bamboo curtains, $10  oa;2doo��,��0ea. 8884801.  #33  Freezer, air compressor. 500 gal.  tank, cedar rails. Alaska mill, 40  cu. It. cooler, mule, pigs.  883-2977. #34  Clearance: used lumber, various  sizes. 885-3529 alter 6 pm   #34  White moulded fibreglass  bathtub. $100 886-4743. #35ss  Washer & dryer, coffee table, 2  ladders,  dishwasher,  twin  bedspreads  & drapes,  other  stuff. Please phone 886-7395.  #34  IBM (PC-Compal) 640 Ram 4.77  Hz. 2 360K drives, amber  monitor, incl. MS DOS, manual  and word processing software.  $825; also Okidata ML 93  printer, rugged wide carriage.  $390,885-4164. #34  Complete double bed with Colonial style headboard, exc.  cond., $100 OBO. 883-2171. #34  Moving: elec. stove, $110: propane slove, $135; wood stove,  $85; child's guitar. $30: hamster  cage, booster seat. $5 ��� OBOs;  1974 Olds Cutlass, $345.  885-3585. #35  Full range propane slove with  cylinder, good cond.. $300.  885-5236. #34  Whirlpool 30" Almond sell-clean.  $589; Admiral Duplex app. 20 cl,  almond. 3 dxr SxS, FF, ice-  maker, chilled waler disp.. $749;  Kenmore aulo dryer, heavy duly,  while, $279: Maytag auto dryer,  $267: Viking 30" coppertone  stove, sell-clean. $359: Kenmore  H Gold 4 cycle. 2 spd. washer  with matching dryer, like new,  $679 pair; and much more. All  recond. and guaranteed tor 90  days to 2 years. Corner Cup.  board, 885-4434. Bjom,  885-7897 #35  Ladies and gents mountain bikes.  $90 ea.; 8 HP Sears rotoliller.  $350; 50 HP Mercury outboard,  exc. cond. except lor leg, $800  OBO. 885-7225. #33  3 HP Monarch gas waler pump,  new $720. asking $250; large  waler storage lank. $100.  883-9164. #33  P185-80 SR-13" mud and snow  tires, like new. $80 pair; 15"  custom Dodge mags, $60 pair  885-4704. #33  Men's wet suit, will III person  5'6'-130 to 135 lbs.. $100;  Men's Italian to sp. bike, Cam-  pagnolo gears and derallers, $75.  886-4770. #33  5 sp. CCM bicycle, good cond.,  $100.885-9645. #33  Vacuum cleaner. $35; apt. size  washing machine, good cond..  $90.886-8487. #33  Beautilul leak wall unit with bar.  glass case, etc., two teak end  tables and china cabinet, all lor  $1200; 4" planer-shaper. $100.  cement mixer, $150; 9' step ladder. $30: 6 dining room chairs.  $30 ea. 883-9341. #33  While Algonquin cartop carrier,  used once. $75; men's Raleigh 5  sp. mtn. bike; ladies baby blue  Beach Cruiser 5 sp. bike, both  like new. $200 ea 886-4714.#33  Older elec. welder, works good,  needs cable. $125 OBO.  685-4593. #33  Sink, toilet. 2 single mattresses.  170 Dynastar skis, boots sizes 6  6 7. ladies ski jacket (small),  Apollo 12 speed 885-9516   #33  Bolens riding mower, 10 HP  Wisconsin - air cooled. 36" cutting swalh. Phone 886-9128. #33  Woodburning slove and chimney,  standard approved. $800 OBO.  885-6072. #33  Men's R/H golf clubs. Spalding  Elite. 3 to P/W plus exceculive  metal woods. 1,3,5. used one  year. $300. 885-5858 or  886-9078. #33ss  12 spd. toad bike. Above average  quality. 60 day guarantee on  components. $280. 886-2382.  #33  Antique, off while chesterlield.  chair and ottoman  Circa late  30's. Rebuilt arid reupholslered,  excellent condition. 886-7778.   1*33  Speed Oueen reconditioned  dryer, $125; H/D Kenmore dryer,  $175. 885-4529 after 6 pm.  #32sr  I 8a.  Heavy  Equipment  80MAT*  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR KENT  Attachments available  DAY. WEEK, MONTH  #32  955 Cal Traxcavter. exc. running  condition, $12,000 OBO.  886-4523 alter 6 pm. #31  '79 MalttuStn. Wag., runs well.  $950.686-3836. #34  '8t Zephyr Mercury, 6 passenger  SW, PS/P8, air-cond.. cruise  control, new brakes, tires i  carb. $1600.886-8822.     #34  SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH COAST FORD SO   USED CARS   1990 MUSTANG 2 door. 8 cyclinder, 5 speed  1989 PRELUDE 4 cylinder, 5 speed  1989 PROBE LX 4 cylinder, 5 speed  1989 TEMPO 2 door, 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 DODGE ARIES 4 cylinder, automalic  1989 CAVALIER SW 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1989 ARIES 4 door. 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1989 TEMn 4 door, automatic  19B8 TOWN CAR 4 door, 8 cylinder, aulomatic  1987 MUSTANG 2 door coupe, 4 cylinder, auto.  1987 ESCORT SW 4 door, 4 cylinder, automalic  1987 TAURUS SD 4 door. 4 cylinder, automalic  1987 TOPAZ SO 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1986 TAURUS 4 door, 6 cylinder, automatic  19B6 TAURUS LX 4 door, 6 cylinder, aulomatic  1986 CAMARO 2 door, V8. automatic  1988 ESCORT L 4 door. 4 cylinder, automalic  1986 CELEBRITY 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1985 TOYOTA SW 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1985 COUGAR 2 door, 6 cylinder, automatic  1985 TRANS/AM 2 door, 8 cylinder, automalic  1984 TEMPO 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1984 TEMPO GL 2 door, 4 cylinder, 5 speed  1984 LTD 4 door. V6. automatic  1984 CHARGER 2 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1983 LESABRE SD 4 door, V8. automalic  1982 TRANSAM CPE 2 door, V8, automalic  1982 EXP 2 door, 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1982 ESCORT SW 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1982 CAVALIER 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1981 COROLLA HB 2 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1981 GLC 2 door, 4 cylinder, 4 speed  1981 VOLVO SD 4 door, 4 cylinder, 4 speed  IMI CITATION HB 2 door. V6. aulomatic  1981 BUICK SKYLARK V6. automatic  1980 COUGAR XR7 2 door, ve, automatic  1980 GRANADA 2 door, 6 cylinder, automatic  1979 LIN. VERSAILLE 4 door. V8. automatic  1979 T-BIRD V8. aulomatic  1978 OLDS '88 CPE 2 door, 8 cylinder  1977 PARISIENNE 4 door, V8, automatic  1974 PORSCHE 9118 V6, 5 speed  1974 C/SOUIRE SD 4 door, vr   USED TRUCKS   1990 F250 4x4. V8.5 speed  1989 F-150 V8. 5 speed  1989 BRONCO 11 V6. 5 speed  1989 F250 4x4. V8. automatic  1989 RANGER P/u. ve. 5 speed  1989 F-150 P/U. ve, 5 speed  1988 F-150 4x4. ve. 5 speed  1988 AEROSTAR SW 2 door. V6. automatic  1988 F-150 V8.4 speed  1988 AEROSTAR ve. aulomatic  1987 AEROSTAR SW 3 door. ve. automatic  1986 BRONCO 2 SW 2 door, e cylinder, aulo.  1986 BRONCO 2 SW 2 door, e cylinder, aulo.  1986 RANGER S/C ve. automalic  1986 F250 4x4. ve. 4 speed  1986 BRONCO SW 2 door. V6. 5 speed  1986 RANGER P/U. ve 4 speed  1986 RANGER P/U. ve. aulomatic  1986 BRONCO II ve. 5 speed  1985 RAM CHAR/WGN V8 4 speed  1984 BRONCO II 4x4. ve. 4 speed  1981 BRONCO XLT V8, automatic  1979 DODGE P/U. 2 WHDR. 4 cylinder. 4 speed  1977 GMG VANDURA 25 V8. automalic  1976 F250 S/C V8. aulomatic  885-3281      OL 8938  i  I PNMWHililfll  COAST FORD SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH COAST  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abu Used Auto Parts  and Towing  886-2020  TFN  73 Volvo 4sp/od luel injection,  new tires, brackes & exhaust.  $1500.866-7526. #33  '65 CJ7 Jeep. $11,000 S.  886 8101 TFN  1984 Mustang SVO. silver.  93.000 kms. exc. cond . $9000.  885-5394 #33  1982 Dodge long van, 3 sp., plus  0/D slant six. PS/PB. 42.000  miles, insulaled, new carpet. 2  removable beds, add-on drive  away side tent, no rust, perfect  cond.$5400 885-7251.    #33  1977 Transam 400, V8 shift kit,  aulo., very fast, black on black.  PS/PB. PW. AM/FM cassette.  $3500080 Durk 885-4019.#33  1980 MG Midget. 15.800 orig.  kms., new paint, new exhaust,  exc. cond.. $6)95 OBO.  886-2122. #33  1980 Chev Malibu. 91.000 miles,  6 auto, good shape, $1750 OBO.  883-9423. #34ss  1977 Honda Civic. 53.000 miles,  reliable & economical, gd. cond.  $900 OBO. 886-7905 or  886-8685. #33  Musl sell! '86 Firefly over all gd.  cond., 60+ miles lo gal., $4250  Call Myron lor details 886-2521.  #34  1977 Volare station wagon gd.  work. cond.. equalizer hitch,  $300 OBO. 883-2879. #34  PORSCHE 91 IE flared rear  fenders, lowered front, whale ta*,  Porsche red. show stopper, will  sacrilice. leaving country,  highest offer over $15,000 wi  lake. 885-7191. #34  1971 Datsun 510 4-dr gd. body,  engine noise. $400. 886-7158.  #34  72 Ford van. good cond.. bed.  table, cupboards, storage space.  $650 Arm. 886-3033. #34  1978 PonliacGiandSafanSW.all  oejtkms includ. PS/PB, A/C P/W.  tilt, cruise, P/kecks. positractkm  & Irailer pack. Gold Book retail  $3500. sell for appraised value  wholesale - $2200 886-2521  #36ss  1983 Aries wagon. 130.000 kms.  35-40 m/p/g, exc. cond.,  sacrilice $3500 lirm 886-2945.  #35ss  Jeep Wagoneer LTD 1985. 4X4  auto, 4 dr.. exc cond., V6. air  cond.. radio, cass. PS/PB/-  PD/PW/PS, 80.000 kms..  $15,500,885-2045 #34  1981 Ponliac Acadian, lair cond..  needs   work.   $1000   OBO.  886-2788 days. 886-3025 eves  #33  1977 Maverick 4 dr., V8, aulo.  P/S, P/B, good cond., low miles.  $800060.886-8033. 193  1975 Cadillac Eldorado, good In-  terior. runs we), $600 OBO.  885-5840. #33  1977 Dodge Aspen, 6 cyl., new  fires t. muffler, auto, $1100 080.  885-7590. #33  1977 Trans Am. 400, 4 sp.,  power windows, trunk, new exhaust, lires & electrical, AM/FM  cassette, tilt, air, shocks. $2800  OBO. 886-3694. #35  1972 Volvo 164, leather Interior,  very good mechanical eend.,  $800 886-9119. #35  '81 Camera. 305 auto, AM/FM  cassette, power windows, tilt,  very well maintained, lady driven,  very clean, $4200 060.  886-3694. #35  1985 Hyundai Pony, sunroof, 4  dr., 5 sp., new tires, $3195;  1987Hyundai Excel, 2dr.,4sp..  $5300.885-5057. #35  1988 Suzuki Samurii convertible.  Kenwood stereo, extended warra-  ly. $9500.886-3575. #34  1978 Firebird, good cond.. must  be seen. $3800 OBO. 885-9035.  #32s  1973 AMC Hornet. P/S, P/B.  new muffler, shocks, brakes.  good running cond.. $650 OBO.  883-9251. #33  1986 Ford Tempo. $4700 OBO.  883-2906. #35ss  1985 Toyota Tercell. auto.. good  cond. $5500. 885-4520eves  #35ss  1973 Mustang Legrande. 302  aulo. gd. rubber, solid body.  $1400.885-2207 #33sr  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains seats, needs work,  parts. 885-2207. #33sr  79 Malibu. rebuilt V6. Wilson  Creek Campground #5 or  886-8563. #35  1984 Toyota Tercel wagon.  $4000 lirm. 886-9386.        #35  1974 Ford F-250 Camper  Special. V8 aulo. PS. PB. $21X10  OBO. 886-3900. #35  1981 Chevelle 2 dr. hatchback,  sld., good cond.. $1400 OBO  8857906 #35  1972 Balsun 510 in good cond .  runs well. $600 OBO Call Tanya  at 886-2408 #35  1978 Honda Civic, exc. tires,  runs we*, first $100 takes.  886-9386. #35  1989 Mustang: white, grey int.;  air; cruise: power windows,  locks, mirrors; stereo: 25.000  km: as new condition; take over  payments OAC or cash. $9500  Call 883-2126. #33  87 Jetta. 60.000 km. 5 spd .  AM/FM cass., snows. 2 yr warranty remaining, $9000.  885-4794 #36ss  1966 VW Bug. runs, inexpensive  transportation. $300 886-7400.      #33  1981 Mazda RX7. gold. 5 sp  standard, good cond.. Kenwood  stereo. $6000 Phone 886-2887.  #34  1979 Honda wagon, new Accord  engine under warr.. $1000 lirm.  885-5105. #35ss  1978 Buick Skylark. 4 dr.. 305  auto., reliable trans. $650  885-7113. #35ss  1981 Mustang, no rust, gd. int.  but needs motor, $600  885-7113. #35ss  1968 Ford Thunderblrd. very gd.  cond. loaded. California car.  $3000. 885-4508 work  1666-5597. #34  '67 Chev ft ton, 6 cyl., 3 sp  $800.885-2836. #36ss  1990 F-250HD 4x4 XLT Lariat,  fully loaded with 460 5 speed,  dual lanks, skid plates, tow  pkg.. alum, box liner. Cabernet  red with with grey interior. $4500  km . $22,000 883-2126. #35ss  3 ion GMC ftatdeck. new lires.  complele brake system. Norm  886-727). #35  1979 Dodge Vi ton, 90,000 km,  slant six. 225. automatic. PS.  PB. $2000 886-7637 #33  1978  Chev   *   Ion   Camper  Special. 4 wheel drive, low  mileage. $1200 OBO 886-9485  #33  1989 Ford F250 extended cab.  Camper Special. $18,500  886-8116 #34  ( ampers  Motorhomi's  19' Vanguard, toilet/shower, on  pad in Uptown RV park. Gibsons.  Phone 886-2957 or phone Victoria 384-9566. $4900 OBO. #34  1979 GMC Heavy Duty  LET'S TALK  MONEY  I el s gel togethei and sell  your RV unit. II we cant sell  it we'll buy it. Fiee Appiaisal  and pickup anywhere  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY LTD.  ran f.h 1-800-663-4234  D7363  5th wheeler. 31' 1978 Terry',  exc. cond.. $10,000. 685-7628.  885-7855 #33  16' camper trailer. $1000.  883-2661 #34  Soil top tent trailer, good cond J  $125. 883-2564 or 883-2794  eJH  1988 - 11Vi' Big Fool campw.1  deluxe model, air, awning.:  microwave,   as   new   cond.'  $16.000 885-4059 #34  1978 lop At condition If!  Vanguard camper, fibreglass;  roof, hydraulic lacks, waler;  pump. 3-way Iridge, 4-burnerl  stove, complele bathroom. Hush!  toilet, furnace. 2 propane bottles.;  double sink. 30 gal. water tank,���  convenor power indicator, new  upholstery. $6995 lirm Phone  886-9590 between 4-9 pm. asl  lor Ida. or leave phone number 1  #3S  19'  Prowler,  sleeps 6.   lully*  equipped. $4000 886-8116    '  #34   J_   8BMEV8ITB.  CUllll mm Mafffef  MC.M.M.C.   M.N AM S  M.A.B.V.C.   ���Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  US-Mil  ���fiBfa  4x4, auto, lock-out hubs. $3850; ! 1978 *"��bago Brave', class  fiberglass canopy, $150 '*'��� 24'200 "*������ 1134 Flum*  885-7738. #33   ��-. $24.500.885-5671.     #33  GMC 6000. 1989 med./heavy  Iruck. 14' flatbed, 11,000 ks���  $21,000 OBO. 885-9369.     #33  1967 1 ton Merc. 4 sp.. steel  deck, low miles, good cond.,  $2200 OBO. 886-8033.       #33  1974 Dodge Cube van on duals,  good mech. $1700. 886-3344.  #35  1986 Chev 1 ton Cube van. 12'  box, exc. cond.. $13,800. Call  886-8864. #35  1983 S-10 extended cab, new  clutch. R. brakes, carb. kit &  belts, asking $6000. 885-3360  belore 9:30 pm. #35  1975 Ford cabover 5 Ion Reeler.  all gas., gd. shape. $10,000.  925-2378 #34sr  '82 Nissan King Cab. $2500  OBO 886-8101 TFN  '84 Nissan kingcab. canopy, exc.  cond , 5 sp.. 68.000 mi., new  rubber. $6200 OBO 886-4664  #34s  1984 Chev 4x4. 62 I diesel.  automatic hubs. 5 sp. aulo. 2  lanks. tilt. AM/FM cassette,  canopy, goad cond.. $11,000  OBO. Phone 886-3940.       #32s  1981 GMC He ton. 305. 4 spd..  p/s. p/b. rsw. Runs good  Needs tune up. Plus 14' self-  contained travel Irailer. Excellent  shape. $3500 OBO 469 Wilson  Creek or 885-4046. Leave  Message. #33  1981 Prowler. 35' 5th wheel  w/generator. air & awning, lully  loaded, exc. cond.. $23,500.  885-4669. #35  8' Okanagan camper with  hydraulic jacks. Iridge used as  Ice box, all in clean condition,  asking $1200 888-3751      #35  24' Holidaire, exc. cond��� $5700  885-9011.     #33ss  20' Irailer, Holiday Rambler,  sleeps 4. Iridge. slove. heater,  shower, etc.. $6300 OBO.  Madeira Marina Pad #9 or call  736-7002 #33  15' trailer, propane stove,  icebox, sleeps 6. $300 OBO  883-2879. #34  20' Sangsler 255 HP. close cooled engine. 7.5 kicker, cabin  $6400 060 885-5840. leave  message. #33  1990 Merc 40 (classic 50). used  2 months. 10 mon. warranty left  Comes wilh fuel tank 8 line,  prop, controls, etc. $2400 OBO  885-5840. leave message.   #33  1980 GMC * ton 350 Sierra  Classic Camper Special, aulo.  cruise, lill. running boards,  clearance lights, new lires on  Iront. $4500 OBO. 885-4048  aller 6 pm. #34  1979 Ford Maxi Van Vanguard  conversion. Iridge. slove.  shower, toilet, lully sell-  contained, low mileage, exc  cond. $11,900 886-9194   #34  New 10' aluminum boat, $750i I  25 HP long shaft Johnson out-; |  board, $575; 4 HP Johnson outboard, $375.885-7738       #33  31 sloop, t cyl. diesel and old  stove, needs some work. $3500.  886-8033. #33  6' FG dinghy as new. $395; 41  HP Johnson elec. start, asking  $200 886-8093. #35-  LANDING CRAFT  40' steel, sell powered. 500 HP  diesel, crane. Serious enquiries-  only 886-3483 #35.'  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE     -  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP!  1988-1989 Eviniudes Excellent;  condition. Lowes Resort'  883-2456 TFN!  Vesl There is a reliable local pro-;  pellor repair service 885-5278  TFtf  Foi Sale:  Float wilh building  886-8058 #33sr:  Carloda N' 43' D licence packer  $28,000   K.  Farrell 685 1126;  weekends or gen/del Egmonl   ���  #34sr!  18' Sangslei 120 hp 4 cyl I/O.  Sounder, trailer Good cond'  $4250 OBO 886-9047       #32sr-  156" Houislon, 65 HP Merc,  tiailei. lots ol gear Good shape  $3600 886-3496 #33  21' Sangslei cutly cabin slove.  sink, unlet molor rebuilt 1989.  $6500 includes moorage until  1991 ��� 9 5 Evinrude $500  883-1167 #33  22' Bayliner. Volvo 140 deplh  sounder   CB.  anchoi.   winch ���  etc..   exlra   7.5   HP   Merc. j  $12,500.  Madeiia Manna Padj  ��. or call 736-7002 #33-  e-M-HI-MI  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear in the more lhan 90 Newspapers ot the B C and Yukon Community  Newspapers Association and reach more lhan 1.400.000 homes and a potential Iwo million readers  $165 for 25 words $3.15 per additional word       Call the Coast News at 885-3930  AUTOMOTIVE  Active Aulo Broletri,  ���gent lor Active BaiHI ServeXaH.  Repossessions, estate, taoak.  can, trucks, motorhomee, boels.  Cal Mr. Price (only), (604)434-  1819. 05476.  BUSINESS OPPOBTWITiM  Jeep owners factory eolltcxp  clearance. CJ7 Irom $355. CJ5-  CJ7 skins only $249.95. Fee*,  back tape $399.05. Gemini  Sales, 4738 E. Haatinge,  Burnaby, B.C., V5CZK7. Phone  (6041294-2623, (604)204-4214.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  Decks. Decks. Decks. Wedher-  dekCsnads's leading suppler et  wderprod sheet vinyls lor sun-  decke, balconies, rooMedea end  pool eunounde. Hu a Deemed  faitiA^ammswmkmaHa.  InvMtnwnt csn b# ����� low u  $6,000 and Indudttoptnlnfl in-  w<i<oiy.t08btndWfifttlR.Mfct  andirMtatailm uwtNuoWoa  jyilsfnt. TtwM ���uootaMutotv-  triWp* cm run u tiltitr M or  pwi-Mnw BPtfpMoMa Contort Mr>  Chdeeon (604)860-1200 ceHecl.  START VOUR own ln*xxVexporl  beuawieoa, even epentlme. No  money or experience. Slrrxxt  1948. Rm brochure: Wade  WorM Trade, oteWn. Smal Be*  rww IM., Dopl. WI, 1140 Bellamy Rd. N. #1, Swtaoraugh,  ~     ���  M1H1H4.  REGIONAL FRANCHISES ev*  able h B.C. * Afceett lor nee*  fcozenpLtza. Trio fnusn dough t  sauce aXaopM lo over ,200 ree-  taxamrts, pubeenCKV.de Idsa%  MieMloeonNMm wlh REEFER  Hut*, or aeottslo Ireezer wsi��-  hoem Ar*MmeeW*,SoeuaT>m  Vancouver leland, Peine*  George, Kooteneyt, Lower MAIM. taeajntartreouMM.O��  -118,000. Cil(604)921-7393.  N��fcxe pauduoofreTocory memol,  ejardw com-, 8.8 ecre mortal  fMmimi\tmxntmiuHim\lm,omat  Hwy. 3 location, 12,800 ea, |.  ooemwitMbuldlng, 1,800 *q.��.  -     '    11.4 M.  JfflTfiWriS;  B.C.,(��04)442-2510.  LIVE, WORK AND PlAY on prel-  liesi island Imaglnablel Thriving  de*nsarnewbul(a>Tga���j.aqeXf>-  ment. Readily expendable. 092  acree d cornmerceWr zoned IM  near lerry. Two bedroom home  50 minutee Irom mainland. Poa-  sitxe financing. Vemdormayoon-  tidor aeatng buelneee only. CALL  NOW: ROSEMARY CALLAWAY, 539-2250, NRS QALIANO ISLAND REALTY LTD.  CLIP NEWSPAPER ITEMS - 92 -  S25EACHI Eamexlramoney-al  home! Write TODAY lor FREE  DETAILS: Cttxoin*(bc4). 1150-  1857 Weal 4th, Venoouver. B.C.,  V6J1M4.  ThlnkChrlalmae, Diooovery Toye  it looking lex Mome. Use your  experience to Introduce educa-  lional toye in yow ana. High  comrwaalon, flexure houre. Cal:  Karen, 1-75S47M.  EDUCATION  EARN EXTRA MONEYI Lem  Income Tax Proportion. Fro*  brad-am. NooWaMlon. U��R  Tax Servkxae, 205-1345 Poentxna  Highway, WSnnepeg, MB, R3T  2B6,1-800665-5144. Excluofve  hand** tenter!** mmlm.  Adul Weracy program*: uee  cesmmwaty nawrepepan In your  daaeea. NtewAblt ihowi how  RegieaK nr le** worWiop: LMa  HadeWI, Adut UeMcy Conlad  Centra, 622-510 W. Hattanoa,  Vanoouwr, V6B tU, tel. 1-800-  663.1293 betora/Uigud 17.  C��bleY��rdeii:Onei��aed.Mexil-  ogger-1 mc  TSl5*l|aX*  ExceeTert  esofiepleie e  oondMon.  $57,000.  F.O.B.,End*eby,B.C a3t-6M5,  ���36-9656,  , M. 545-4226.  FOR SALE IMC  LnhNnu ftilunM  WMtorn Cvt-  and wJfiw wgngm w#-  ���Uk. Nofbum LMNng Ctnlft,  aeoOEedlfaxtaYeeSel .Burnaby.  aC.VSC2K5.Ptam: (M>4)2t9-  FOR SALE MISC  Complele Mealftexeaslng Equipmenl. Qexdoonetton. Vlilentoeel  aacoerrpMeuni. WeteEdOmlu-  i*. RR#2 C/15 SIS, Oliver, B.C..  V0H1TO, 498-3186.  Oanfon centre, (lower ahop end  leandacaping buaineia. Includes  4-b*OToom house, greenhoueee  andproperty. Located in Castl*-  gar,*t*d Ihe rww $630 million  pulp mW modemlzalioeVexpan.  skjn*ndK**n!*ysldeD*mslec-  innc*uonpra|*a. rtones ofaosam  Col*g* and Wester niter's  SoUltom Wood e��raduds saw-  em* Pteon* Johnal 1-365-7312.  HEALTH  FACELIFT??? (SURE...SAFE...  NONSURGICAL). DolyourMl  In privacy. Fro* details, Phone:  (604)487-3989,24 hr. answering  -leavename endetddrea  HELP WANTED  CHATEAU LAKE LOUISE-Resort  lo the RodeJMl Chateau Lata  LouiM (550 room rasort) requires  HoueMkMeOing attendants- n-  o*iV* otHhe )db training. Competl-  tive wage induolng gratuftleo and  rre*dkx*lb>snellp*diM Opportu-  reety lor advanosmemt. Meals and  aexofwitoetaellori* ar* idbeUlzed.  Pisa* spply w�� resume and sole  rslsnnoM lo: Human fl**ourc*s  Umtsm, Chateau like Louise,  Lak* Loue*e. AtaMta, TOL1 EO.  Aran* mainsgrw ree*jee��d by VW-  Isge d Nslsjsp ooanmsneang need.  - ��� itMiieo. --  be esiv*n lo enxcsnls wlh Rsfefg-  eMMi CnWexal* and preivlous  in-making eipeetoncs. Forlur-  iretr HtarmeHlon cdl 265-3689  n wH bt MotfMfd to  24,1990. Send to Box  2��0,N��kuepB.C..V0Q1RO.  CURATOR r��qi*��dlor ...  ln8fMtwfi. TraMnQatxptritfm  --��� J,_ Ia     Q U   im.||l.i.t Cr.aaUae.  iwmwl d.v. fmmonom ooCeWiy,  do Box SIS, Talon, B.C., VOJ  2X0. Conlad Tom Lnch, tm-  gitllordetala.  IT'S YOUR TURNI loloea* matsH  end ledge**. "Diet Disc Pro  gram" a* ***n on T.V. SA.  Natural. EHadlv*. B.C. lol Irs.  lneVxTMlionln*,1-97��3072.  HELPWANTED  HOUSEWIVES, Mother* and In-  teie*e*#d fxtrsons nssdsd kremsdi-  atary to eel toys and gits lor Na-  Honal Horn* Party Plan. Noki-  v*stm*nt, deliveries or money  '      Cel (319)256-7905.  HELPWANTED  Outaandng oppeatunily. 970,000  to $125,000/y*��r. Ground lloor  opporteinity, In or pit work Irom  lexeme. New Burinoss Opeportunly  In Canada. 24 Inur recorded  261-0947.  the iKMptaMy Industry on a year-  round bases in boMId BANFF  and JASPER. SubekHzed accommodations avaewble. Conlad: CHARLTON RESORTS,  P.O. Box 1471, Banll.  Aetjeela.TOL OCO, Telephone:  (403)762-2575.  SU RV6YOR wanted lor open pa  ooat mine In Hlnlon. Atxtrta.  Should have a eiernrmeim d two  ware related experience end b*  laminar wWi totel slallon jnatnt-  iiwtU and cunixjler anxlcallofis.  Prder t*dervical schod grseAeale  InSurwe/lngorClvlErJJlneeririg  TechnotoeW. Please lorwardres-  um* to: Daiem McCoy-Ullrid),  PeM*otend CoorrHnator, Gregg  River Resources, Bag S*rvic*  SO00,Hinlon,AB.T7V1V6.  EXPERIENCED licensed me-  dvaj*: required by G.M. Dealer In  SmHhers. ExceeHent working cov  dilions. excellent wages and  benefits. Conlad Ed Wudrick al  O'Nell'sChev-Otds. 847-2214.  PERSONALS  SLIM INN. Join uelhielaa lor our  heath and firms program. $520  per person teased on doeiele occupancy lor 6 nights eooommoda-  tton, 3 meals daly and a complsn  Illness and NlestyNng program.  Sim Inn weeks start Sept. 16.  Cal the Lake Louise Inn kxreser-  1-800661-9237.  Who cares I you're overwdglit?  Dial Disc does! We pay you lor  losing 10-29 be per month. Dofr  tor recommended Cal toH-lree  24hre���1-g78-3016.  Train to manage an Apartment/  CoeTekrnirxum correplex. The r/jv-  emmet* eoeneed humeetiray  oorWcdicn Indudee f rem peakexa-  rnsretaeiSeWance. FreebrodHire:  (604)661-6456. Or RMTI.1120-  769 W. Pendw, Vancouver, B.C.,  V6C1H2.  Pracaxtloen Manaeser required lor  graaa>dCoiTie7iunayn*wapa|x��*  InGraderVaneoouwr*���*. Mud  hav* sold badegeraeund In the  newseveper Held and production  tochfwiu**. Semd reeume Bex  Put*ste*eg, P.O. Box 40. Dela,  B.C.V4K3N5.  Central Fra**r V*t*y Toyda  Dedsr requires �� qeeslBsd tsrhn-  clanor4lh)r**rap����*reios.Goe>d  tasnolKs and wuerfcNig environment. Pteaae eend mum* to:  Sunrise Toyota, 32711S. Fms��r  Way.Ablx>!dord.B.C.,V2T3S3.  Would you Wee to oerxreseoondevHh  undtachod Chridlan people,  egn I860, lie otxed lxe*gc<iin-  padonsliip or marriage. Wrle:  Ashgrove. P.O. Box 205,  Chase.B.C.VOEIMO.  REAL ESTATE  Heart d north eastern horxhg  country: home on 7.6 acres, land-  scsped, wed. garden, graen-  houes, Iruls, school bus. Many  home induefsd. Heasonshls.  Mud move. (604)783-5347.  SERVICES  MAJOR ICBC and Injury dalma.  Jod A. Wener, trial lawyer lor 22  year*. Cal colled: (604)736-  5500. Conlireejency leee aval-  ejjj, kejurtdinB.C.only.  TRAVEL  Puxehae* your HOTEL EXPRESS mmeberahlp tor 649.96.  e9ode hotel space al hall price. ||  doeonlpey lor IMI you gd your  money Ine*. 1-6CC-661-0246.  WANTED  Werted: used 549 knemailonel  lor  ferry. (204)677-9eSae.  Geera needed lor Mercruleer II  Stem Drive, 1960 modd (give or  We* a year) SIN 007-566. Phon.  odM, Al Thomson, .335-7517, 22.  Coast News, August 13,1990  Samson 37' FC sailboat.  Bluewaler Liveaboard. well built.  comfortable, loaded. $36,000  ,386-7400. #33s  30' disp. cruiser. 340 Chry. dual  hyd. sir., live bail tank. VHF/CB.  stereo, sounder, $7950 OBO.  885-2814.885-2515. #32s  14' Seais alum. boat. $300.  885-3214 #34  1983 Campion 60 HP Mariner,  galvanized Highliner trailer, etc.  exc. cond., $5900 turn.  886-6382. #35ss  16' fibreglass canoe with paddles. $250 885-2001.        #34  In Stock at  EN MAC,  cycle  Oil Filters. Batteries. Tires,  Riding Gear. etc.  mm Jay d 116-2031  K  West Sechelt 2 Bdrm . 2 baths  house. 4 appls.. $800. viewing  and application. 6190 Hwy. 101.  #33  3  bdrm.   suite.   Port  Mellon.  J50O/mo 885-7776 ��3  1986 KX125. He-Built. $1350.  885-9557 #34s  '81 Kawi I0O0J Headei. good  lubber. Like new. Fast  885-5492. #34ss  Brand new 1989 Honda CR125.  $3200 885-7858. #33  Cal-crall 30' deep V hull  fibreglass. loam, sandwich con-  sir .99" wide. Iransion ZVi ply.  priced 10 sell. $3500 OBO. Jim  885-2102 eves. #34  16' K&C 50 HP Merc, 6 HP  Evinrude, alum, trailer. $4400.  589-4630. #34  Wanled: landem trailer tor 22'  boat. Phone 886-7927.        #34  15V Slaiciattalum. lull canvas.  55 Johnson. 2 lanks. new prop .  controls, impeller, rebuilt carbs.  tune-up. new Hummingbird fish  finder, 2 down riggers, lile  jackets, trailer, large wheels,  great shape. $2850 OBO. Phone  Gord 886-7224. #34  ���  M.V. Blackfish. 24' Owens, well  j appointed large fish deck, Coast  J Guard inspecled. moorage, park-  1 ing.  hydro paid till Dec/90,  ) featuring new Swann auto, anchor pkge.. new LMS, 200 W/  Loran C. new lenders & brackets,  mooring lines,  new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swimgrid. new handrails c Hush  mount Fishon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler, 120 hrs. and  much more. $10,500. 885-7977.  #34  25' Apollo 225 Merc. I/O  w/lrailer. $12,500 OBO.  883-9440. #33sr  19' Reinell. rebuilt motor and leg,  lull canvass, spare prop., very  last. $3200 OBO. 886-2976.  #34ss  20' Sangster 255 HP, close cooled engine. 7.5 kicker, cabin.  $6400 OBO. 885-5840. leave  mess. #34  6 HP Johnson 0/B and 5 gal.  lank. $100 OBO. 885-9696.  #33  Complele OMC leg rebuill. $1000  OBO.   $1400   on   repairs.  .mm*... -��**-  16' fibreglass canoe, good  shape. $300 OBO. 885-4593. #33  24' fiberform flying bridge, new  motor. $7000 OBO. trades  welcome. 885-4593. #33  'McBelh' 45' offshore ketch.  7000 Aulohelm, Iracks accurate  courses. Irom Loran automatically Exlra heavy sleel construction,  examine slip BfO Gibsons  Marina. 886-2830. #35ss  Suzuki 0S80, exc. cond.. $550.  885-7858. #33  1984 Yamaha YZ125. $1000;  1986 Honda 80R. $600. Both  bikes have appiox. 10 hours on  new engines, never raced, exc.  cond.. prices lirm. 886-4955.  #35  1987 535 Vamaha Virago, exc  cond., 1000 kms., asking $2500  oi trade. Phone 886-4690. #36ss  '87 XL250R on/oh road, bought  new in '87, exc. cond.. need  money. $2000. 885-5458.    #35  Wanled to Rent  Teacher new lo Gibsons. N/S.  N/0, requires accommodation lor  hersell and house-trained cat.  ASAP. 886-8960 between 6-9  pm. #33  Married, professional couple seek  1 bdrm. house or collage No  children, no pels. 885-3435.  #33  N/S couple wilh dog transferred  lo Langdale need accom.. reas  rent, preler Gibsons area Call  coll. 1-474-2954 #34  Responsible mother ol 2 wishes  to rent atfordable 2 bdrm. accom.  Sepl. f to June 30. 886-8567.  #34  Business woman. N/S, seeks 1  bdrm. suite, Sechelt area. Ruth,  885-2291 days, 885-7309 eves.  #33  Prolessional lamily seeks 3 bdrm.  home by Sept.. Sechelt to Pender  Harbour. Call collect 826-6284.   #35  Bed 8. Breakfast  .'Summer House Lower Gibsons..  close to beach, queen size beds.  886-9330. #35  One bedroom watertront cabin.  Pender Harbour, laundry. Iridge.  slove. avail. Aug. 15 883-9446.  #34  1   bdrm    home,   lurnished.  $500/mo. 883-9110. #33  2 bdrm. condo al Jolly Roger,  newly decorated, all appliances.  $650/mo. 926-8184. #33  12x62 mobile home, adults only,  near water. $400. 883-9177,  467-2150. #34  Roberts Creek, private, available  Oct. 1, 3 bdrms up and 1 down.  2 baths, rels.. no dogs. $1000  month, t yr lease 886-3624.  #35  Cute 650 sq. It collage on 2'h  acres. Reed Rd . lop ot Granlhams Landing, furnished.  $625/mo��� Sepl. 1  738-2590.   #33  Small house. Madeiia Park, lurnished. rent neg. rels. req  526-8863. #33  2 bdrm. watertront turn, cottage,  avail. Sept. 2, $650/mo. exclud.  utils. 885-3114. #35  Granlhams 1 bdrm. house, $650;  also semi-furnished duplex.  $650. Available Aug. 17, reply  Box 417, c/o Coasl News, Box  68. Sechell. #33  Security  ISTORAQEl  I* r.v.s ��� boats *etc. ������  |Mountainview Petrocan I  3-93871  Help Wanted  Dishwasher.    Creekhouse  Restaurant. 885-9321.        #33  Relurnisher wilh own workshop  lo join us in restoring antique turniture lo good health. #33  Well equipped 32' sailboat,  moorage paid until May '91.  super bargain al $13,900. Call  886-3433. #34  Mobile Homes  1989 Gibraltar 14'x70' 2 bdrm.,  10x20 extension w/patlo,  $43,0000130.865-5593.     #35  All to be moved - 24x50 dbl.  wide, 20x28 addition with hot tub  & above ground pool, $55,000  OBO. 886-9214. #35  1981 14x70'. Selma Visla Park.  5 appliances, $34,500.  885-7729 eves. #33sr  HAVE YOU GOT  $2000.00  or car, boat as down-  payment? You can own a  new 2 or 3 bedroom home  wilh MAP OAC. Plus we will  pay your rent lor 1990, If  you bring this ad In.  580-4321  -Older   10x44   mobile  home,  'available Sept. Best otter. Must  be moved. 886-7778. #33  -1981 12x60, 2 bdrm.. 4 appliances & drapes incl., exc.  tcond.. I0'x20' sundeck.  ���886-7943. #35  1989 Mobile Home 14x70  (direct Irom factory In July).  Grey vinyl siding with white  trim, gutters and vinyl skirting. Two bedrooms, bathroom S ensuite. Extras  -awning, cedar deck,  dishwasher, 60 gallon hot  water tank and celling fan.  mi mm $42,000.00  M3-9178  Waitresses  Bartenders  & Cooks  Full or Part-Time  a^  Peninsula Motor Inn  886-2804'     I  Gibsons duplex. Ig. 2 bdrm., 3  appliances, fireplace, $600.  seniors discount, avail. Sept. 1,  no pets, refs. 1-921-5247.   #33  Room for rent, private entrance,  private bath, no cooking, N/S,  N/D pref. 886-2785. #33  Small 2 bdrm.. Lower Gibsons.  $450 plus share. Arlhur  865-9859. #33  Furnished t bdrm. suile.  $450/mo plus 'h mo. deposit.  886-8641. #33  2 bdrm. collage. Lower Gibsons,  appliances, $440. Phone  Wednesday 886-2933.        #33  MINI STORAGE  885-2081 #35  2 bdrm. view home, Lower Gibsons, avail, immed. (some furniture), $750. 885-4151,  885-7950. #35  1800 sq. ft. shop & office, avail.  Oct., Gibsons. 885-2366.     #35  Aegina  B&B.   Lower Gibsons.  886-7955. #35  MINI STORAGE  #35  Roberts Creek Hall avail.,  dances, parlies, weddings,  equipmenl rental. Yvonne  885-4610 TFN  Bright lurnished room, everything  included, downtown Gibsons,  $400,886-9261. #33  SECHELT/SECRET COVE  Beautiful appointed and lully furnished 3 bdrm. waterlronl  townhouse. Spectacular view,  wrap around deck & hoi tub,  avail. Sept.-May. no pels. rels.  req.. $975/mo. 885-4128 or  274-3482. #33  2 bdrm. house, Davis Bay,  $850/mo. 885-6072. #34  Artist's living quarters plus  studio measuring 30x30x16'  high. Halfmoon Bay area, first  year's rent free In exchange lor  major renovations. 876-5794 or  write 848 East 11th Ave.. Van-  couver. BC V5T 2E6. #33  WANTED. Lose unwanted weight  now! Docloi cieated. sale  guaranteed program. Eat food  you love, we pay $$ lor your  results11-978-3095 loll Iree inlo.  #35  Exp. mature waitress &  dishwasher. Apply in person  Jade Palace Restaurant.       #33  Dishwasher wanted at Bonniebrook Lodge. Phone  886-2887. #33  "Volunteers Needed"  Infant Development Program needs person with  woodworking skills lo construct small benches lor  children. Materials will be  paid for.  Driftwood Players needs  technical crew lor various  upcoming productions.  Tetrahedron Alliance needs  phoners for communication  network.  Vision Testing in the  elementary schools. Includes one day workshop  Aug. 30. Testing hours are  flexible.  Volunteer Drivers needed  in Gibsons. Roberts Creek  and Hallmoon Bay. Expenses reimbursed.  Gibsons Landing Heritage  Society needs volunteers lor  ihe Fall Fair.  For these and more opportunities, please contact the  Volunteer Action Centre  885-5881.  Caregivers ��� lull and pari lime to  work in a small group home in  Gibsons with three high needs  mentally handicapped adull  women. Rotating shift schedule  including nighls and weekends.  $8/hr. with an increase anticipated in Ihe (all. Experience  desirable, compassion, patience  and a driver's licence essential  To obtain application form call  886-3217 or call in at 1057 Fair-  view. #34  2 bedroom apt. in Lower Gibsons,  close to all amenities, new  building. 12 monlh lease. $695.  PHone 886-3420. #34  Quiet mature family lo rent our 3  bdrm. mobile home, refs. req.,  no pets, $750/mo. Phone  886-2169. #33  Cozy 2 bdrm. watertront home,  Sechelt, Sepl. to June, $650.  885-9248,929-1729. #33  Gibsons  PHARMASAVE  is now hiring full or  part time cashiers.  Please bring In resume  in person, 10-3. Ask  for Debbie.  Lard Jim's Resort Hotel  is now accepting applications for  the following positions: Front  Desk Clerks, Waitresses,  Bartender, Housekeepers. Please  call Manager at 885-7038 or apply in person. #35  Help Wanted   II   Work Wanted  Is your resume old and lifeless7  Then you need ARBUTUS OFFICE  SERVICES. 885-5212. #35  Part-lime person required lor  video dept. at Kern's Home Furnishings, musl be 18 years ot  age. apply in person. #33  SCHOOL IU8 DRIVERS  i Sechelt School Bus Service is  'now taking applications for  1990/91   Bus   Drivers,   4  Spare  Drivers.   Applicants  must have a valid Class 2 BC  'drivers license. II interested  send resume to:  ) Sechelt School Bus  Service Ltd., P.O. Box 70  (Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Attn: John Hopkins  I OR stop in at the Bus Shop on  East   Porpoise   Bay   Road  .Sechell. B.C.  ECE qualified preschool leacher.  Oct-May Resumes lo Rainbow  Preschool, Gen. Del.. Roberts  Creek. BC VON 2W0 cr Jane  886-7610. #33  Sandbiasler. paintei. marine and  industrial. Phone after 7 pm or  weekends anytime. Rob  886-4969 #34  DO     YOU     NEED  Lawn/landscape maintenance,  weedeating. biushcutting, rubbish removal, mobile washing,  hedge trimming, window  washings. Skip's Maintenance  Service. 885-2373. #33  Housekeeper, house cleaner, ex  penenced. thorough, good rels.  Sechell to Gibsons aieas  885-5570 #33  ���Reliable man/men available loi  , lawn and garden labour and other  day jobs. Rob 886-3822.      #33  Church Secretary ��� accurate  typist, pleasanl phone manner. 8  hours per week - Thurs. & Fri.  am. flexible. Apply lo Box 314.  Gibsons. 886-2333. #34  Reliable, courteous Class 4  driver, pari or lull lime.  886-9318 #34  Part lime CDA lor some evenings  and relief at Sechelt Dental Centre. Call Dr. Dan Kingsbury al  886-4535. #34  29.  Business &  Home Services  Seamstress - will sew personal  designed for you and your family.  885-3655. #35  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal.   Insured.  Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Accounting Services lor small  businesses.   Computer  Tutor.  Michael Hamer. 886-7589.   #33  Ground mainlenance. grass cut-,  ling, cleanup Redrooffs & Hallmoon Bay area. 885-4032.   1 '���  #34  BROPHY MARINE SERVICES  Boat delivery and related services. Inlo 885-7437. i       #34,  ARBUTUS   OFFICE   SERVICES  provides prompt personalized  confidential service lor all your  secretarial needs - RESUMES.  LETTERS, ESSAYS. 885-5212.  #35  ALUMINUM RAILINGS  Glass enclosures, commercial,  residential installations. Free  estimates West Coast Railings,  885-4870. #35  SPECTRUM ACCOUNTING  SERVICES  885-7069 #38  Does your house or dnveway look  as old as Ihe hills? Asphalt, con-  crele lepairs and sealing  pressure washing brick, siding.  Alan 886-8741 eves #34  Housecleaner & enands done by  reliable, ellicienl. honest peison.  gieal relerences 886-9621   #34  HANDYMAN (all repairs, plumb-  mq a speciality), all jobs looked  al 883-9278. #34  Having trouble keeping up with  Ihe house cleaning? Enquire  aboul my service. 886-3463 #34  R.J.S LAWN SERVICE  Cutting, weeding, elc. Fasl. ellicienl service, reasonable rales.  885-3290. #35  Typing  service   available.  manuscripts,   term   papers,  business letters, elc. 885-7604   #35  Work Wanted  Now il's time lor  tall fix-up  Mature Reliable Crew  needs work  Reasonable Rates:  ��� Landscaping  ��� Fencework  ��� Decking  a Painting (indoor 8 outdoor)  Call 885-9209  Brush   culling,   dealing   and  removal Call Dave, 885-3692.  '35  Child Care  Molly Mouse Day Care  Spaces available 18 mos.  to  school age. 886-3913.        #34  Wanled: mature graduate student  oi adull lo daycare in my heme  2-3 days per week, refs. please.  886-8736. #33  Babysilter available for one girl 3  andup, pari lime. 886-7375. #33  Responsible molher will care loi  your loved ones, children or  elderly, hours Ilex, N/S great  refs 886-9621. #34  New small group day care In  Roberts Creek has spaces  available Irom Aug 22nd loi 2'h  - 6 yrs ECE & SETA supervisor  886-8822. #34  Responsible caie for our  daughters. 3 yrs and 5 monlhs.  Thurs., Friday. 8-5. Sept pretei  oui home plus light housekeeping 886-3849 Debbie. #34  Babysitter in Gibsons Elementary  district needed full lime starting  '���Sept- 886-3075 alter 5        #35  Needed - siller lor Iwo small  boys. 5 hours in mornings, some  Sals., start Sepl Call 886-8842.  #35  Temporary nanny type wanted to  care lor 2 small children, first 2  weeks ol Sepl. only, 8-4, M-F,  room/board and wage offered.  Granthams, rel. req. 886-3159.  Business  Opportunities  Cash Recreation  Business  Buyer or capilal partner  urgently needed lor amusement and mini-golf centre in  Sechell. Can Include year-  round snack bar and gill  shop. Very low price. Financing may be available lor  righl parly wilh small cash  down paymenl Call now  885-9209.  Jackson Davies has spent yean playing Constable, and later Corporal, John Constable on "The Beachcombers". Much to his surprise, real life RCMP Supt. A. Clarke officially made him a  | Sergeant at The Beachcomber Wrap Party August 4.  ���Fran Burnside photo  Sunshine Coast  Regional District  Contract No. 28.111  Construclion ol 50,000  Gallon Soams Point  Reservoir  CALL  FOR TENDERS  Sealed lenders clearly  marked ' Contract No,  28-111. Tender loi con-  stiuction of 50,000 Gallon  Soames Poinl Reservoir, will  be received by lh��  undersigned up to 2 00 p.m.  local time ol August 30,  1990 and will be opened in  public al lhal time and date.  The work compiises the  recpnslruclion ol a reinforced concrete 50.000 gallon  reservoir and related appurtenances  Contract documents and  drawings may be oblained al  Ihe ollices ot Ihe undersigned and al Ihe offices of  Dayton and Knight Ltd.,  Consulting Engineers, 626  Clyde Avenue. West Vancouver. B.C.. V7V 3N9.  upon paymenl ol twenty-live  dollars ($25.00) which sum  will be refunded on return of  the documents in good condition within Ihirty (30)  days ol receipt ot tenders.  The lowest or any lender  will nol necessarily be accepted, and Ihe award ol  contract will be sub|ecl lo  funds being legally  available.  Mr. L.D. Jardine  Secretary  Sunshine Coast  Regional Dislricl  5477 Whart Road  Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0  MEMBERSHIP IN  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY  Members of St. Mary's Hospital Society are .persons who contribute $2.00 in membership dues to  the Society in respect of the membership year  which extends from Ihe commencement of the annual general meeting in one year until the commencement of Ihe annual general meeting in the  next year.  A member in good standing may renew membership  in the Society for the following membership year by  contributing dues to the Society prior to the annual  general meeting.  A new member, or a lapsed member rejoining, in  order to be eligible fo vote al an annual general  meeting of the Society must join or rejoin the Society at least a month before the annual general  meeting.  Memberships may be paid at the cashier's desk at  the hospital Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or  prior to the annual general meeting ol the Society on  September 26. 1990.  E.H. Wright  Secretary to the Board  NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING  St. Mary's Hospital Society  To members of St. Mary's Hospital Society:  Take notice lhat the Annual General Meeting ol the  members of the St. Mary's Hospital Society will be  held In the Indian Band Hall, Sechelt, B.C. on:  Wednasday 26th day of September, 1990  at tha hour of 7:30 p.m.  Dated in the District of Sechelt, in the Province of  British Columbia this 31st day of July, 1990.  By order of the  Board of Trustees  E.H. Wright  Secretary to the Board  For your minor plumbing repairs.  Call Big John 885-3159.  #36  It you're wondering "where it's at" e>n the Sunshine Coast, you'll find just what  you want to know in the Leisure Edition of  ... Home PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpels JL  Upholstery IT \  rovwnrui mucK-Momem (*'���--  EQUIPMENT  BE5T POSSIBLE RESUI IS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE  886-3823  ��� WVIIIOII OF KEN OCVMEI  Framing  crew   available,  equipped.   Ph.   alt.   6   pm.  886-7830. TFN  MOUNTAINSWE  PRESSURE WASHING  Trailers, homes, all types ol  buildings, boats, roofs, paint  stripping, patios, equipment,  driveways, sundecks, swimming  pools, gutters cleaned, quality  workmanship. Free Estimates  885-7473. TFN  HANDYMAN: Carpentry, drywall.  painting, patio stones, fencing,  drive-way sealing, roof de-  mossing, hauling. No job too  small. Alan 886-8741.        #33  Discover  the Coast's many  attractions with  Sunshine Coast  SOUNDINGS  On sale at Tourist  Info Centres,  bookstores and  newstands  everywhere.  . ^- - - -  ���" �����-��������-����� 1  .11  ��� :1  Coast News, August 13,1990  23.  is  Letter from Ukraine  Editor:  Enclosed is a letter to us from  Peter Denisenko of the Ukraina  Sexiety, a cultural organization  in Kiev, Ukraine SSR. We met  Peter on our visits to the USSR  in the 1980s, and have corresponded with him ever since.  His letter speaks eloquently of  the changes now taking place in  the Ukraine. What he writes  may be of interest to your  readers.  Frank & Doris Fuller  Dear Doris & Frank  Thanks a lot for the letter I  received. I was glad to find out  that everything is fine with you  and your family. It's pleasant  that the political climate all over  the world and especially between the two super powers is  gelling better. These changes in  our country and mentioned  above affects our activities and  me peersonally. Lots of people  are coming to visit Ukraine now  as well as our people are going  abroad. I must say that the flow  of people has almost doubled.  Perestroyka and Glasnost  created a lot of changes in our  republic. Different matters are  discussed in our parliament and  discussions sometimes are pretty  sharp. We adopted the law on  Ukraine's state independence,  regular army just a few days  ago.  Green movement is also getting stronger rod stronger. They  discuss and try to solve some of  the Chernoblc problems, the  problems of river and air pollution. What's good about that is  that thev are not onlv discussing  il, they are taking action. They  have the right to close plants  and factories that are polluting  the environment. Previously ii  was out of the question.  School progams changed  quite a bil, especially history.  You know how many facts were  revealed to our people through  the media during recent years.  Almost each aspect of our lives  is being influenced by  Perestroyka and Glasnost. It's  necessary to admit that the  choice of goods is still scarce.  All your friends here are okay  and are passing you good  wishes. It's a pity that Hannah  doesn't feel good. Hope she  feels .better by now. By the way  please pass her my .best wishes.  Please write. I will be looking  forward to your letter.  .Peter  Smoke  Editor:  Doug Peterson's letter on the  smoking by-law under consideration by Gibsons Council  (Coast Mens, July 30), in which  he slates it io be an act of  hypocrisy to ban smoking in  public places while some stores  continue to sell the product,  made me wonder.  Does he extend the same line  of reasoning to the sale of  alcohol by liquor stored, or to  the sale of birth-control products by the drug stores? If so,  which is he advocating...use of  these products in public, or banning the sale of them?  As one who has unwillingly  breathed second-hand smoke to  the point of severe alleregy, I  heartily applaud the passing of  such a by-law...the sooner the  better!  A Non-Smoker  Name withheld by request  House  ALLIED  The Careful Movers  In ��� day when personel service aeems Ilka a chepteK Irom hlitory,  vou'll be platMd with Allied* genuine concern. Call us. We'll  make a helpful house calL.rlght away.  LEI WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom packing, storage, local * long distance moving.  HWY 101. GIBSONS      'SS.'SEeKSr U0-2M4  .7  Any woy vou Slice it  (he Classifieds bring results  Regional transit f arce  Editor:  The Regional Board lias  come up with the minutest gesture to console us for the loss of  two Maverick Buses. They plan  to put on a Paratransit bus to  meet passengers off the 3:30 pm  fwry from Horseshoe Bay, but  only on Mondays and Wednesdays of course!  Unless you have a medical  appointment earlier than 2 pm,  you are not likely to make the  3:30 pm ferry.particularly considering the wait of up to 30  minutes for the West Vancouver  bus, so this is hardly a concession to get exdte*d about.  If the Regional Board considers that this extra service  would enable us to get into Vancouver and return home the  same night they are fooling  themselves, but don't let them  fool you! Let us take a careful  look at the schedule for the  morning bus to Langdale.  You can get the Paratransit  bus light on the Redrooffs  Road around 9 am, but only on  Mondays and Wednesdays of  course. That bus tak�� you as  far as Sechelt where you transfer to a Minibus. But hold onto  your hat, your troubles aren't  over yet. That bus doesn't take  Chamber notes  Editor:  I would like to take advantage of your 'Letters' section for  one more update on the Gibsons and District Chamber of  Commerce.  The Sea Cavalcade 'Our  Town' celebration is now  history and I would like to congratulate Gwen Koftinoff and  her various committees for a  job well done.  I attended most events and  enjoyed them all. As usual,  some were more successful than  others, but when you sit back  and analyze the complete picture, it was quite a show!  I have heard many comments  fiom both local citizens and  'out-of-towners' and over 90  per cent were on the positive  side. I also read with interest the  letter to the editor from "The  Townie who saw the light',  along with the Coast News  editorial comment. I agreed  with both sides of the story and  would like to assure 'Townie'  we have already started work on ���  next year's cavalcade. If the  community would like to see  any changes to the format, written   suggestions   to   Sea  (   HUM    \ CHS  NOTICE  BOARD  New Ovirtltirs Anonymous  Group ��� For info Jennifer  886-8329.  eibtofis Outdoor Roller Skating  and skateboard rink open for the  summer, 11am to 7pm, 7 days a  week. Let the good times roll.  CAPE (Coast Aiioclitlon to Protect  the Environment) will forego its  regular meetings this summer to  help organize the Save the Georgia  Strait Marathon Sat. Aug. 25th &  Environmental Fair Sun., Aug. 26.  Call 886-2473 and get Involved in  this exciting event!  SC Liberal Aiioclition'i annual  cruise will be on Sunday, Aug.  19, Irom 2 - 7 pm. Everyone  welcome. For information phone  886-2239.  Attention women who are Interested in seeing the Aglow  Fellowship continue. Planning  meeting at 237 Pratt Rd., Gibsons  on Sat., Aug. 11 at 10:30 am. Bring sack lunch & lawn chair. For  elnfo886-9576 or 886-8594.  District tl Seene* Concerned  CMitai Altec, general meeting  Sun., Aug. 26 at 2pm at  Greenecourl Hall. Everyone  welcome.  PtbHc IntorrmtlM Meeting Aug.  14 at 7:30 pm Casa Martinez,  Hwy. 101 & Davis Bay Rd. re:  proposed 56 unit resort/hotel.  SuniMnt Coast Prt-LHt Meeting  Wtd., Aug. 15 at 7:30 pm, Sunshine Coast Gospel Church In  Davis Bay. Everyone encouraged  Cavalcade 1991 Committee  (Box 1190, Gibsons) will tie  gladly accepted and considered.  I believe we owe Gwen a big  thank you for all the time and  effort she put into making the  weekend a fun time for us. AU  you had to do was watch some  of the kid's faces at Dougal  Park or listen to the noise and  excitement coming out of the  teen ixntre on Saturday evening  to know a lot of people were  happy with the job done. What  about the airplane's at the opening ceremonies? A great kick-  off for the weekend.  The current term for our  board of directors is up on  September 12 when we will elect  a new president, executive and  council for the coming year. I  hope next year's board will enjoy the same success we have  had and they can move on to  bigger and better things. We  will have more news on this in  the next couple of weeks.  R.A. (Dick) Thomas  Gibsons & District  ���Chamber of Commerce  Gala  event  Editor:  Sunshine Coast Community  .Services Society is having its  first annual Gala Event! It will  be Saturday, Septemeber 22 at  the Indian Band Hall in Sechelt.  This is to be our major  fun(d)-raising event this year.  We are going to give Sunshine  Coast residents the opportunity  to have some fun, while at the  same time supporting community services.  The evening will consist of a  fully catered dinner, a celebrity  master of ceremonies and one  of the hottest bands for dancing  late into the night.  As you know Sunshine Coast  Community Services Sociely is  an umbrella group for 12  family-centred services such as  the Transition House, Minibus,  Legal Information Services,  Food Bank, etc. Due to the  government constraints, our  services' budgets run short each  year, this entails fund-raising to  maintain a high level of service  on the Sunshine Coast.  I will be keeping you informed as to who the entertainers  and sponsors are as we get  closer to the date and look forward to seeing you there.  Hilary Estergaard, President  Board of Directors  .Sunshine Coast Community  Serviots .Society  Drop off Your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  SEAVIEW MARKET  In Roberta Creek  until 3:30 Friday  Nl   **   ��� *��      ��� MaUM*."  you to the ferry, only as far as  Gibsons. The next bus which  does go to the ferry doesn't arrive until 12:07 pm and don't  ask me how you are expected to  entertain yourself during the in-  ' tervening period. The Minibus  duly comes along at 12:07 and  this (you lucky people) takes  you right down to the 12:25 pm  ferry - about three and a half  hours after you boarded the bus  on Redrooffs.  Now, if your luck still holds  (but remember to allow another  30 minutes waiting for the West  Vancouver bus) you may reach  your doctor's office shortly  after 2 pm. It may be too late  for your doctor's appointment  but if you turn and head home  right away, you might just make  Paratransit bus which may or  may not be waiting for you at  I am informed that this service isn't getting much support.  Do any of us wonder why?  Mary Shannon  Open  Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon.  1 ��� 4pm  6 New 1 Level Townhomes  Corner North Rd. & Reed Rd.  LOADED WITH EXTRAS  Display Unit #3 Now Complete  contact Lisa Keller 886-4680  Montreal Trust 278*8181  Another Quality Development by  HANS OUNPUU CONSTRUCTION  A Division of  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  886*4680  ' 1  ' ���  TOURIST AND RECREATION GUIDE  1A(H$4, % Qt%  Ocean Sound Kayaking  tmmmm~-     Guided Sea Kayaking Trips  Howe Sound*Narrows Inlet ^Desolation Sound  NO .EXPERIENCE NECESSARY    OQ�� 0����n  FOB MORE INFORMATION CALL   000*��iMU  ei-et.  Howe Sound  Ml ef   INI   MM I   I IMIHI  SUMMER TOURS  Contact  Howe Sound Tour Guide  884-5223 Est. 762  Advance Bookings Are Required  ���*-���r-  ���WEIGHTS  743 North Rd.,  Gibsons  ���AEROBICS  Drop-Ins  Welcome  Sunshine Coast  Tours  . Macau Louisa Cruise        ��� Molly's Itoac* Tour  ��� Salmon Fishing Charters      . Skookumchuck I Island Claim  449 Maelna OeM. GltesOTs (HaSKJe Dochseda Pharmacy! 866*1341  Fine Dining  and Lodging  On Porpoise Bay  Fully Licensed  CloMd Sunday lunch, all day  Monday, and Tuesday dlnnar  For Reservations 885-3847        . __ _. __  east porpoise bay RD (Blue Heron Ir  T*"e-"  Come  Down  &  Browse  Fine Art - Art Supplies ��� Gift*  ^CALLERY  e-'CIMTWlS  ntAMINS  m-Kts,  280 Gower Point Rd.. Gibsons Landlieg   886-9213  TOURS from Pander Harbour  f hi. Harbour Tours  'A Day Excursion (lunch)  Others by arrangement  for information 883-2280  Ocean Activity Centre  AND TZOONIE CIFT HOUSE  ��� Inlet Cruises ��� To Skookumchuck Rapids and Narrows Inlet with  Salmon BBQ; To Princess Louisa Inlet     ��� Wilderness Camping in  Narrows Inlet       ��� Fishing Charters     ��� Gourmet Smoked Salmon  5*44 Cowrie St., Sechell 085-9802  M.U;e.   '   MI'IMIW ., *  a* lit   frnQ  11111 ' mm"  BROOK  RV/CAMPGROUND  BED & BREAKFAST  THE TERRACE RESTAURANT  For Reservations phone 886-2887  Follow Gower Point Road lo  Ocean Beach Esplanade  jA J&J&     Jewellery    Prints  A   mX +X*       Paintings   Fabric Art  ��    C Or Pottery      Cards  HUNTER GALLERY rw.���/ioi ,.,���*. i.v m amu  Upjeairs, Ceerncr of SeTeeeeel 6a Cower Pt. Rd����� Olbaoni 886-9022  -JJ(-a��a.*��i���eea^���i^^a��aa��e��  Enloy tlila warm weather Irom a Kayak  Rantala ��� Intro Coursaa  886-3136      686-3654  Call 4 Book Early  VISITORS  WELCOME  w  -"TlwiwHr*"  $J8  ���  -UBjfa  *��a#:P  Kxn v  Lounge S Snack Bar  Power Cera Available  Hwy. 101,2 tone, north ol Garden Bey turnoff  PIMM 18* B641  '���W-i', ��� y^m.  <ft  CANOE RENTALS]  7/r flfWrt 883-2269  Local Authors/Local History  eiadrir.e P.erk Sh.teeping Ce?nlre   1)83-9911 Coast News, August 13,1990  As we receive no correct entries lo lasl week's guess where or the  week before, we are running Ihe picture from Iwo weeks ago with  a $10 prize going to the first correct entry drawn. Send your entries to reach Ihe Coasl News, Box 460, Gibsons by Saturday of  Ihis week.  FINANCE vs  FASHION?  Not anymore. Today women make aa  many financial dcciiiona ai fashion  decisions - for themselves and their  household*..  To help them make the right choices,  more and more women are consulting  Investor! for confidential advice on  achieving financial security and growth  for their money.  Make the right decision. Call ui today.  Investors  Group  PROFIT FROM OUR EXPERIENCE  J.N.W.(Jim) BUDD Sr.  885-3397  DEBORAH MEALIA  .     886-8771  J.H.(Jlm)BUDDJr.  .986-8771  DeVRIESi  Police news  "Sea Cavalcade was more of  a family affair this year,"  Sergeant Hill, Gibsons RCMP,  told the Com! News. "There  was obviously less alcohol use  noted publicly."  "Zero tolerance of alcohol  was backed by the town and the  town council, the Chamber of  Commerce, and businesses."  "What is zero tolerance?"  "No drinking of anything  alcoholic on the street, in can,  behind buildings, in parking  lots, in parks - anywhere but  licensed premises."  "I certainly commend the  town council, the Chamber of  Commerce, and businesses for  supporting us in this  approach," said Sergeant Hill.  The appeal of Elphie's  Cabaret's one-day suspension  by the Liquor Control Board  will be heard at 10 am.,  Wednesday, September 5 at  1217, 1819 WilUngdon Ave.,  Vancouver.  Some Sea Cavalcade  statistics: Motor Vehicle Act  charges, 34; Liquor Act  charges, 26; liquor seizures, 34;  written warnings, 27; prisoners  held, 21; 24-hour suspensions,  3; total complaints were less  than last year; marine, many  verbal warnings.  In road block activity police  checked 550 cars for a total of  20 man hours.  In court on Monday, July 30,  Judge S. Giroday heard and  passed sentence upon a case of  impaired driving, two of dogs  harassing people or livestock,  and one of a deceptive act under  the Trade .Practices Act.  The man charged with im-  .paired had a reading of .26  when tested. He pleaded guilty  and was fined.  One dog case was not a trial  but an appeal indulged by the  judge of a dog owner to save  her dog from being destroyed.  The judge did not reconsider  her previous judgment and the  owner was given to understand  that a veterenarian's certificate  that Ihe dog had been put down  was still required.  The case of the two German  Shepherds that harassed the  mare and foal on Keats Island  last April pursuant to Section  8(1) of the Livestock Protection  Act ended with the judge ordering the two dogs destroyed and  a certificate to affirm same to  be delivered to the court in two  weeks.  Skookum Auto was found  guilty of an infraction of Section 25(2) of the Trade Practice  Act.  A dealer or retailer can be  guilty under this act if it is  shown that there was no  diligence to inquire about the  quality or condition of the  goods sold, or to exercise all  reasonable care to see they were  as represented.  Skookum Auto was fined  $1000 and ordered to pay James  Summers, the complaintant,  compensation for overcharging  for an automobile, (but not to  take back the vehicle).  Global Action Plan  On August 2 through 5 four local residents received training in the implementation of the Global Action Plan for the  Sunshine Coast.  Global goals have bem translated into a program of individual household actions in the form of an eco-team  woitibook. The workbook enables the power of numbers lo  multiply the power of the individual.  More details next week. For more information call  886-7558.  Open To Th�� Public  *  NEW  HOURS  Tues. NeaMJSpa  That. MM-4:3B*a  Fri. Nes*-*:Npa  let. UtlMiNpa  **�� THRIFTY'*  HELP THE  GIBSONS  ���M-'OlerleiSN  ���bono Kes'i Luck* Deier.  JEEP  CHEROKEE SPORT  1HB3P  OFFER  4x4  Stk 190-5171  ��� Cloth Bucket teets ��� Body tide mouldings  ��� Powerful 4 litre Inline 6 cyl.     I K29/7I Bit ll tiffiln Urn  ��� S speed trans with overdrive    I Electric reer window ditreitir  ��� Power brikes ind steering      ��� FKtuy AM/FM stone  I Aluminum sport wheels  IChiYte*7yiir115km��  M 6.982  ���NET OF ALL PROGRAMS. 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