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Array C. V8V ,x<  The Sunshine  ��8.8  Published on the Sunshine Coast        25'per copy on news stands     August 8,1988       Volume 42       Issue 32  The Magrath sisters, Meg (Fran Burnside, left), Lenny (Arline Collins, centre), and Babe (Christabel Watson), celebrate Lenny's 30th  birthday in the Driftwood Players' production of Crimes of the  Heart. The Pulitzer Prize-winning play was the first of this year's  Summer Play Parade lineup (see review page 13).   ��� Vern Etlloti photo  Gibsons Council thinks twice  Development debate is shelved  All eyes were on Rob Buchan  on Wednesday, as he read this  prepared statement in Gibsons  Council chambers:  "1 have presented a recommendation to you as approving  officer which to dare, you have  nol seen fit (o adopt. Vou have  before you a motion which is  nol only inappropriate, but illegal."  The motion in question,  made last week by Alderman  Lilian Kunstler al Gibsons  Committee of Ihe Whole  meeting, was to accepl a road  system for Ihe planned 'Ocean-  mount' subdivision as originally  drawn by developer John  Kavanagh.  Buchan said Ihe motion is illegal because 'acceplance implies, al the very least,  approval'. He has not fully supported the plan, and said, "It's  not within council's prerogative  to approve a subdivision, nor to  direct its approving officer to  \  approve a subdivision."  Buchan, who lold the Coasl  News he thought Ihe mistake  was made inadvertently, drafted  his statement after speaking lasl  week with municipal solicitor  Chris Murty. "He confirmed  whal I was already aware of,"  Buchan lold the Coast News.  Al Gibsons Council's July 12  Commitlee of the Whole  meeting, Buchan recommended  thai a right of way to Stewart  Road be maintained as a future  alternate route to upper Gibsons. This is in direct conflict  wilh ihe developer's plan to  eliminale the Stewart Road extension. The planner and the  developer also disagreed on the  shape of a connecting road.  Buchan also felt thai the  Oceanmount plan would result  in an alliance between the  Oceaiimounl properly and an  adjoining lot that would  devalue Ihe property of Gibsons  resident, Mr. Zueff.  "The approving officer must  be given assurance thai Mr.  Zueff will not be adversely affected by Ihe applicant proposal," said Buchan. "If Ihis  assurance is not forthcoming,  then Ihe recommendations of  the officer's report of July 12  must stand."  Mayor Strom said she  understood that 'an agreement  has been reached between the  developer and Mr. Zueff and  lhat Ihe property owner had not  contacted Buchan because he  thoughl ihe planner was on  holidays.  Buchan said the municipality  musl receive word that the properly owner either favours the  applicant's plan, or has reached  an agreement with the Ocean-  mount people, to 'clearly  remove from us any question  lhat we have misled the properly owner'.  Alderman John Reynolds  said, "It's nol my intention to  go against the planner, but to  take his advice on iwo points,  and lake his advice on the third  and disagree wilh it. I recommend we leave (Slewarl Road)  oul of It, as it's a political decision."'  "1 don't think this is Ihe position to gel inlo a political argument with our planner," offered Alderman Norm Peterson.  Reynolds' new motion lo accepl two-thirds of Buchan's  recommendation (the Stewart  Road issue being excluded) died  on the floor, lacking any support from council members.  Council finally decided lo  shelve the entire debate unlil Ihe  implications of Reynolds' motion can be studied, on the  grounds lhal the procedure  should have been initialed in Ihe  beginning,  "I'm sorry lhat thai wasn't  done," said Mayor Strom.  Stricken children give  a lesson in living  By Bruce Grierson  Try as 1 might, I can't seem  to gel it. I can'l learn Ameslan,  (he inlernalional hand-sign  language for the deaf. But  15-ycar-old Sherry Heinrichs  won't lei me quit. She waits and  watches, nods encouragement  as I try lo form my fingers inlo  letters, my letters into words.  I'm stuck. She watches. I can'l  go on. Sherry leans toward me  over Ihe camp lable. Then with  a suddenly wizened face, she  cups a hand behind her car and  says, "speak up, sonny, I can'l  hear you!"  The girl has an unselllingly  keen sense of humor. She also  has Hystiocytosis X, a rare  form of cancer that has claimed  her hearing, but nol her enthusiasm for life.  Sherry is one of 78 kids at  Camp Goodtimes, an annual  camp held in Roberts Creek for  kids wilh a history of cancer.  From all parts of British Columbia and Alberta, ihey have  come to Camp Byng, io cook-  out and converse, do crafts,  sports, and just hang out enjoying each other's company.  This camp is one of eight  across the country sponsored by  the Canadian Cancer Society.  But in several respects, Camp  Goodtimes is unique. For one  thing, all its staff - from the kitchen help lo the junior  counsellors to the directors - are  volunleers. For another, it is the  only camp of its kind that  doesn't allow parents lo attend.  This policy, explains director  and Toronto grad student Donna McCallum, has grown from  the belief lhal even ihe best-  intcnlioned of parents may be  overproleclive of children with  cancer.  "The difference between  these and other kids," she says,  "is that because of their illness,  they've been coddled. Being  away from lhat for awhile helps  make the kids more independent, and bolsters their self-  esteem. Perhaps most refreshing about Camp Goodtimes,"  she says, "is that it offers  something invaluable lo cancer  patients: a chance to spend time  in a completely non-judgmenlal  milieu.  "The camp helps them escape  the stigma of being branded a  cancer patient," says McCallum. "They can open up  and talk in Ihis environment,  where they mighl not in a school  setting. These kids are very accepting of each other. No one  quesiions any other's  disability."  Especial aboul Camp Good-  limes is its body of dedicated  volunteers. On staff is a permanent doctor, (and two oncologists permanently on-call al  Vancouver Children's  Hospilal), ihree nurses, and 28  counsellors, for a leader lo  camper ralio of under three lo  one.  Fifteen-year-old Roxanne  Wiseman, a junior counsellor al  Camp Goodtimes, says all the  volunteers have in common 'a  lot of patience and tolerance'.  McCallum adds (hat maturity  and responsibility are typically  found in uncommon measure  among the staff, many of whom  are only a few years older than  the campers. Most of the  counsellors are hoping for  careers in medicine or nursing,  or a branch of social services.  Bul ultimately, it's the love of  kids lhat drives the staff, encouraging kids to test their  wings early and often.  "It's important to remember  that behind a child with cancer  is a child lhal has normal  developmental needs," says  Brenda Eng, an oncology nurse  al Vancouver Children's Hospital. The altitude brings oul the  best in the kids: the determination of Erin Hewitl lo climb oul  of her wheelchair and walk lo  Ihe couch for Ihe first lime in  months, ihe patience of Sherry  Heinrichs lo leach a new skill,  and Ihe almost uniformly  positive attitude of the campers,  evidence of what Eng calls  'human resiliency, the tenacity  of living'.  I let the car idle lor a moment  in Ihe parking lot. Everyone is  dancing in the Camp Byng  courtyard, counsellors and kids,  launching a plume of dust into  the darkening sky. I can see  Sherry Heinrichs moving to the  rhythm of a Michael Jackson  song, feeling the beal in her  partner's touch, in the thrum  and pulse of the foresl floor.  And I Ihink of whal Brenda  Eng told me earlier, when we  talked, "...from these kids you  learn aboul life. Aboul taking  life one day at a time. Aboul  appreciating the things we take  for granted,"  To SCRD  Historic society j  gives money back  The Sunshine Coast Maritime  Historical Society (SCMHS) has  declined the immediate offer of  a $500 grant from the Sunshine  Coast Regional District, so that  the money may instead be used  lo help fund Crimestoppers.  Society President Joe  Belanger said his group decided  to ask ihe Regional District to  hold back the grant money  when il learned, from a story in  the Coast News, that there was  no money in the SCRD's  Grants-in-aid Fund to help  Crimestoppers.  Belanger, who said his group  made Ihe decision as a contribution to the community, asked  Ihe Regional Dislrict to defer  the money until the next  disbursement period.  The   SCRD   originally  granted the money in May to  ihe SCMHS for its proposed  Captain Vancouver Garden in  King's Lynn, England, commemorating the inaugural  voyage of Captain George Vancouver; but ihe project is still in  its early stages.  "Since we haven't yet received specifications on the garden,  we thought there was no sense  in tying up that money unnecessarily," said Belanger.  SCRD Chairman Peggy Connor, who said the Regional  District had not given up completely on finding funding for  Crimestoppers, admitted the  SCMHS decision was welcome  news.  "We were all in favour of  supporting Crimestoppers, and  we were wondering where we  were going to get the money,"  said Connor. "That solved our  problem right there."  Two charged in  Creek shooting  Two men have been arrested in connection with the July 23  shooting incident in Roberts Creek, following an anonymous  lip lo Crimestoppers.  Frank Leitner, 29, of Gibsons, has been charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault, and will appear in  Sechelt Provincial Court August 23.  Jerry Dean Puckett, 26, of Sechelt, has been charged with  aggravated assault, and will appear in court August 16.  Vancouver flights  Tyee Air will soon offer three flights daily, harbour-to-  harbour from Gibsons to downtown Vancouver. The service  will be available for $25 per flight. For more information call  885-9395.  Scott Mays, 8, of Lac La Hache, B.C. stands tall at Camp Good-  times at the Camp Byng site in Roberts Creek. Held annually on the  Coast since 1984, the camp is for children with a history of cancer  (see story'this page). ��� BnxxGifcnoii photo  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945 Coast News, August 8,1988  Comment  r  Park support  Despite the worthwhile questions raised by aldermanic  candidate Haig Maxwell concerning the purchase by Gibsons of a waterfront lot for parkland, the bulk of letters  received and a columnist's opinion this week would seem  to indicate that the purchase is generally approved by the  public, who, as the payers of the bill, are also the final arbiters.  The concern we have lies with the haste with which the  malter was undertaken. Was it necessary? Could it have  been delayed until the public expressed approval.  Our observation of local government leads us to the  conviction that much thai is done in haste is later regretted. Let us hope that Ihis is not such a case.  As a taxpayer in Gibsons, however, the writer would  note somewhat dryly lo Area E resident Maryanne West  thai her wholehearted support of the purchase would be  more impressive if she and olher rural area residents were  sharing the cosl.  There is no shortage of advice from Areas E and F  aboul how Gibsons should spend its money and howls of  outrage If Ihey are asked to contribute,  Sechelt style  Strange procedures at Sechelt Council are nothing new,  but il may be instructive to contemplate briefly the latest  library discussion.  A referendum is sought; Mayor Koch worries aboul  costs and asserts the support for the library is generous.  Certainly debatable.  Aldermen don't appear to know how much support is  given. Mayor Koch deflects the discussion to a meeting  between himself and Captain Art McPhee. Alderman  Craig is mentioned bul is ill and may not participate.  The question was should Sechelt vote on the matter and  the council of Sechell can't even vole to let the people  decide. Mayor Koch calls Ihe shots again and we worry  that his reaction has more to do wilh his antipathy towards  Ihe SCRD than his concern about good libraries.  5 YEARS AGO  Gibsons resident Ben Lepage completes a 5,400 mile  bicycle trip across Canada in 66 days to raise money for  the United Teenage Federation of NWT, an organization  started to help teenagers in Yellowknife, a community  where crime and teenage pregnancies are a serious problem.  The Gibsons Legion attracted nearly 300 people to support Operation Solidarity at a rally sponsored by the Sunshine Coast Joint Council of Local Unions and the  Unemployment Action Centre.  The long-unfulfilled dream of a marina at Gibsons Harbour will become a reality with the announcement that the  federal government commitment to the project is now confirmed.  The B.C. Assessment Authority office in Sechelt will  close because of Iheir operating budget being out by  $1,000,000, but all 15 employees will be given the opportunity of transferring to jobs in other areas off the coast.  10 YEARS AGO  John McDermott did nol break the record of nine hours  and 20 minutes for the swim between Nanaimo and  Sechelt, but he gave a triumphant shout as he emerged  from the water at 11:20 pm on Saturday night, after 14  hours and 20 minutes in the water.  15 YEARS AGO  The 1973 Sea Cavalcade, now history, surpassed all  previous cavalcades, from the opening war of pirate ships,  a knockout in itself, to the final trophy presentations Sunday night.  20 YEARS AGO  It was a great day for Pender Harbour when the Garden  Bay whale station of the Vancouver Public Aquarium was  opened. The official opening Thursday afternoon was performed by Honourable Jack Davis, new federal minister of  fisheries and forestry. Paul St. Pierre, MP for Coast-  Chilcotin had the honour of naming the three whales now  penned at the whaling station.  25 YEARS AGO  A memo from Wilson Creek notes that local fishing is  improving and to substantiate the claim the memo added:  Charlie Brookman landed a 62 pound skate, fishing off the  Wilson Creek wharf.  30 YEARS AGO  Youthful Billy Peterson, while swimming at the  municipal dock recently, noticed one lad in difficulty at the  deep end. He promptly dived in and helped him to safe territory.  35 YEARS AGO  Mr. Frank Gibson, from Gabriola Island, grandson of  George Gibson, who originally settled here on the coast  and founded the present Gibsons Landing, has been spending a few days visiting here, and staying at the Ridgeway  Motel.  40 YEARS AGO  The Board of Governors of the Pender Harbour Hospital  Society wish to announce that the official opening of the  new staff residence at St. Mary's Hospital, Pender Harbour, will be held on Augusi 21 at 7 pm.  Production:  Jan Schuks  Bonnie McHeffey  Bev Cranston  Advertising:  Fran Burnside  John Gilbert  Liz Tarabochia  The Sunshine  flift in  Publi��hed by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editorial: John Burnside       Bruce Grierson  Tha Sunshine COAST NEWS Is a locally owned newspaper, published on the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by Glassford Press  Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or  886-7817; Sechelt Tel 885-3930. Second Class Mall Registration No.  4702.  Tha Sunahlna COAST NEWS Is protected by copyright and reproduction of any part ot It by any means Is prohibited unless permission In  writing Is first secured from Qlasslord Prass Ltd., holders of the  copyright, SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: 1 year $35; 6 months $20; Foreign; I year $40   Maryanne's Viewpoint  Park acquisition is acclaimed  hy Maryanne West  It's encouraging to read thai  Gibsons Council has made the  surprise move to acquire the only remaining open space on the  walerlronl for a park to create  living space for everyone rather  lhan the privileged few.  For those of us who believe  council's first priorily should be  to provide a high quality environment for those who live  here, rather than being an instrument for those who would  exploit the area's resources for  personal gain, this change of  direction is welcome indeed.  Paradoxically, providing firsl  for the quality of life for Gibso-  nians will inevitably attract  others lo the communily.  I fail to understand this cry of  anguish lhal the marina will be  cut off from Ihe commercial  area. Il can't be any further  away lhan it is now!  Imagine what condominiums  would do for lhal area, aparl  from making us look like a  second-rale Wesl Vancouver.  Nothing to attract people lo the  lower village, just anolher street  with houses. Worse still, an extended 'commercial corridor'.  We've already two or more of  everything and who needs more  of the same? Business premises,  while necessary, rarely enhance  ihe attractiveness of a community.  Now lei's painl oul ihe con-  dos and the bush covering the  Corlell property and see il  transformed by green lawns and  shade trees, flowers and benches to rest a while, maybe even  an old-fashioned bandstand for  outdoor concerts. A perfect  complement to the proposed  theatre complex, and gracious  living in Gibsons.  Imagine coming into Gibsons  by boal, lying up al the marina,  and wandering into lown along  grassy pathways surrounded by  flowers and irees Instead of a  noisy, traffic-filled street.  After supper returning to sit  and enjoy the vista of sea and  mountains while wailing for  curtain lime. How nice for  residents and visitors alike to be  able to meel in pleasant surroundings to discuss the play or  relax before going home. The  transformation needn't cost a  greal deal of money, I'm sure  volunleer labour and materials  arc available, nor does it need  an expensive or complicated  layout. Just ask for creative  ideas. It's somelhing which  could revive that feeling of community and belonging which has  been losl as the village grew in  recent decades.  The business fraternity need  to remember lhal their raison  d'etre is to serve ihe needs of the  community, nol that the community exists to keep them in  business!  Also, the residents are their  bread and butter, visitors provide the icing on the cake. We  all like icing on our cake, but ii  doesn't make good staple fare  over the long run.  ll lakes courage lo go forward from the conventional  wisdom, that growth for  growth's sake is the ultimate  good. Someone must have an  ear to the ground and have  heard the upsurge of concern  aboul where our Mad Hatter's  tea parly lifestyle is headed; thai  if we don't soon begin lo see  ourselves as trustees of this  world's resources, rather than  just users, there'll be little lefl  for our children and grandchildren to inherit.  Congratulations Gibsons, I  see the park as a declaration of  faith in a future for our young  people; lhat Gibsons will continue to be a earing, gracious  community ralher than one  which slacks people, filing  cabinet style.  I'll gladly join a work crew  when it's needed!  Cavalcade's explosive tradition  by Bruce Grierson  It is indeed a curious thing, a  tradition to slrike fear in the  hearts of men caughl wit,h their  barques down unattended in  Gibsons harbour on cavalcade  weekend.  On Friday, July 22, the  beachcombers blew up a boat,  and the masses cheered. Many  felt it was Ihe mosl impressive  effort in recent memory, a  brazen exhibition of raw  destruction which made  beachcombers special effects  man John Sleep quite proud.  Sleep sel up ihe slunt, and he  lold ihe Coast News last week  exactly whal was involved.  The boat, he explained, was  culled from the Burrard Civic  Marina in Vancouver where ils  owner, ihree years behind in his  moorage payments, had abandoned it. The beachcombers  towed it lo Gibsons and wenl to  work on it, draining ils maw,  stapling plywood over the holes  in its side, giving it a coal of  painl.  Several days before Ihe opening of Cavalcade, Sleep and Co.  filled the hull with concrete, so  that as soon as the sides were  consumed by flame, the boal  would sink. They loaded four  garbage bags full of 25 gallons  of gas. They set the charge, six  one-pound gunpowder bombs,  arranged inside for maximum  effect.  "One was set to blow (he  roof off," says Sleep, "and the  olher five lo send gasoline into  ihe air."  The boat was anchored in the  harbour wilh sleel cable because  "the fire would burn Ihrough a  rope, and Ihen the boat would  be drifting aflame and could sel  fire lo the wharf." A wire was  run from Ihe charges lo a jet  boat moored 250 feet upwind.  And then, as a police boat and  ihe local lifeboat society kept  harbour cruisers al a safe  distance, ihe charge was  detonated.  The peculiar custom began at  the firsl Sea Cavalcade in 1971,  conceived as a festival on a buccaneer theme. The first boat to  go up was a Gambier Island  one-master be-decked with cannons and black sails, and named  the Moira Mam after then  cavalcade committee member  Moira Clement.  In following years, the pirate  idea was forgotten, but the  event remained and was carried  off withoul incident until 1979.  That was the year the job was  given lo a local resident who  blasted rock for a living. As he  had never destroyed a boal in  ihe pasl, the project was  somewhat of an experiment.  "I remember standing on the  government wharf watching ihe  boal," recalls beachcomber  assistant designer David Croal.  "One minute il was in Ihe bay,  and the next minute it was  gone."  The blast blew oul most of  Ihe windows in Lower Gibsons,  and was fell as far away as  Sechelt's St. Mary's Hospital.  "That", says Sleep, "was Ihe  only year he did it."  It May Take The Rest OS My Life  In a nutshell  It may lake the rest of my life  to decipher one fled yesterday  to wring the true meaning from even one hour  of the million incomprehensible moments  clicking like busy grasshoppers in Ihe brain.  The song a lyrical sentence makes  can only confuse and obscure  ihe real then ihe frayed memory fumbles  ihe lighl in the eyes of losl women  Ihe pain of touching the touching of pain.  Whal was, was more lhan we remember  some subtle trickery has smeared the memories  like greasy fingers on windows  save for Ihe few we rub for comforl  like cats  each olher  or Aladdin's lamps. Peler Trower  Encompassing cult of backgammon  by S. Nutter  Remember a Christmas 10  years or so ago when the stores  were full of backgammon sels?  There were $7.50 ones, middle  sized ones, and ones you could  play ping-pong on. There were  (ravelling ones in ivory and  crocodile and ones designed as  centerpiece furniture. They were  out-selling everything and soon  il seemed lhat everyone must  have one.  But everyone was not as it  turned out, playing backgammon, and that year was ihe end  of it as a universal craze, ll remains though, of course, a  famous and ancient tactical and  slashing game, holding ils interest on the track record of  time as long as chess if not  longer.  In the Year of the Trend, a  whole shelf of books of instruction sold madly. One of the best  had a picture of Ihe Master on  the cover, giving us a tigerish  grin over his board and looking  a cross between the Godfather  and the most feared swordsman  of Europe. The book was called  Backgammon for Blood.  It's one of ihe world's top  gambling games - in Monte  Carlo, on special cruise ships, in  Texas, Vegas, etc. Eli Culbcrt-  son, the old bridge master,  played a 37-hour game on some  cruise ship in the Caribbean.  It's unlikely lhat folk exchanging backgammon sels on  that Yule had ambitions for  sweeping Texas or Monte  Carlo, but it's a good family  board game, lively, boisterous  even.  A man I knew failed to carry  his wife with him into the game.  I called. She mel me with pursed  lips and pointed to the floor.  Hell? I listened: sure enough a  distant rattle and thump. They  were by the furnace under a  bare bulb. God knows how long  they had been there.  I introduced the game to a  friend, semi-retired. Semi-  retired people, in this business  anyway, maintain the appearance of being retired while  being al the same lime continuously plotting. Easy enough  with mosl of the day's needs:  walking the dog, looking al the  paper, gardening, watching TV.  It's in talk wilh friends lhal  some friction can develop. The  solution is a running game. The  man comes in: you whip out  the cards. He slicks in a comment, and it's quite OK if he  gets no reply for al least five  minutes.  My friend's game was Gin  and il had begun lo pall.  Backgammon I thoughl just a  change of pallern, bul he look  to it like a salmon io the right  bait.  I lived on a river in Ontario,  between Fergus and Elora, and  he three miles upstream. It gol  that he would arrive at my place  before dawn. Others in the  house were nol early risers. We  would take the set and lip-toe  oul onto the deck, over the  river. We were high enough to  clear the morning mists, but  often we would Hip lo see who  would face the rising sun.  And the game would go on as  ihe day progressed about us.  People gol up and bi ought us  food and drink. There was a  phone on ihe deck and he would  arrange for someone else lo lake  his mother lo (he doctor, etc.  When it was dinner at his  place Ihere'd be a sel-up ready  in a corner by the fir . When we  toned up at nighl it was with  recognition thai we needed  some shut-eye before the dawn.  This of course is obsessive,  you might say, but conversation, al our pace, went on; and  the others at least knew where  the hell we were.  We were still playing the  game when my friend moved  wiih his wife to Dallas. Looking  anything bul a rancher, he got  the righl boots and the hat and  joined (he best Texas backgammon club he could find. 1 spoke  lo him six months later and he  was holding his own. Coast News, August 8,1988  tr  Letters to the Editor  Truman innocent in Hiroshima bombing  Editor:  I would like to comment on  the letter from Isabel Ralph  concerning the Hiroshima  disaster.  The 'bomb' had been in the  making for many years, with  scientific collaboration by Britain and other allies. Up to  the time of Roosevelt's death,  Harry Truman did not know  anything about it beyond the  fact thai something very expensive and secret was in Ihe works.  His decision to use the bomb  was based on the projection of a  half million soldiers dead and a  million injured if the war was  continued right into Japan.  If Isabel Ralph had been an  infantryman facing the Japanese she might have taken a more  realistic view of things. Truman  simply did what Roosevelt and  the other leaders had been planning to do for years, that is, to  end the war and stop the  massacre.  To be fair, the Peace Committee people should investigate  a little further and ask  themselves a few questions.  Find out about the millions of  people the Japanese massacred,  men, women and children, in  their occupation of Manchuria.  The numbers are staggering,  even when compared with the  80,000 killed in Hiroshima.  What if the Germans had gotten  the bomb first? They were  working on it, and only allied  pounding of their research and  development site retarded it.  As for Mr. Churchill being  appalled, this is sheer fantasy.  Please read Churchill's  Triumph and Tragedy, chapter  19.  Ms. Ralph and many olher  well-meaning people have fallen  under the spell of the socialist  inspired anti-American movement. A little more historical  accuracy and a little less emotional anti-Americanism would  make them more plausible.  Ron Huggins  Sechelt, B.C.  MORTGAGE UPDATE  July 2*   6 mo.     1 yr.     2 yr.     3 yr.     4 yr.     5 yr.  1tt          10.75     11.00     11.25     11.50     11.50     1175  2nd                    12.00     1250     13.00    13.25     13.50  V.H.M.                                        10 75  Professional Real Estate Service  Stan and Diane Anderson  (0H I 885-3211 |Res I 885-2385 Vancouver Toll Fne: 684-8016  Anderson Realty Ltd., Sechelt  NDP demands fair treatment  Editor:  1 would like to respond to  Mr. Long's letter, Coast News,  July 18.  How dare Mr. Long say lhal  the Socreds are committed lo  services for seniors? He has supported Vander Zalm and the  government in introducing user  fees for services seniors need  more lhan any other segment of  the population. They have increased fees for long term care  and dispensing fees for prescriptions have been introduced.  Shelter Aid For Elderly Renters  (SAFER) has nol been increased  since 1982 and there is a definite  lack of homemaker services,  forcing seniors who can't  manage without help, into long  term care facilities.  What is Dueck's long term  strategy for seniors that Mr.  Long refers to? More privatization?  A great many of the programs that Mr. Long refers to  are programs that the NDP introduced 15 years ago, programs lhat the Socreds have  watered down by not increasing  benefits along with ihe rise in  the cost of living. And surely  Mr. Long should be aware that  some of the programs that he  mentioned are federal programs  and no credit lo the Socreds.  Dueck has promised that  every senior, married or single,  will have a minimum of $150 a  month disposable income. To  date this promise has not been  kept.  We ask that the government  expand and improve support  services to seniors. We, in the  New Democratic Parly, will  continue to demand that the  government deal fairly with  B.C.'s 360,000 seniors.  Brenda DeGraag, President  Mackenzie NDP  Constituency Assoc.  find'*  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  do it all!  The LARGEST Classified section on the Coast  The LOWEST price, the HIGHEST circulation, the FIRST out!  Rob Buchan thanks friends  ^W $4����  (minimum) for up to 10 words.  25" each additional word.  Editor:  In (he spring of 1986, while  still in my capacity as Gibsons  municipal planner, 1 was invited  lo render some basic assistance  in planning matters to the then  Village of Sechelt. From this  evolved my participation in the  sensitive period of transition  from Village to Dislricl  Municipality status, resulting in  the formulation of new planning legislation and policy, with  extensive public input.  Escalation in development  activity resulted in my attendance latterly in Sechell a scant  two days per week - during  which it has been barely possi  ble al the best of times (o main-  lain a comprehensive response  to the needs of almost five thou-  sant people on such a part-time  basis. Sechelt's decision to hire  a full-lime planner brought this  era rightfully lo a close.  However, in review of these last  two hectic years, I find that I  have made a great many friends  In the District of Sechell: you all  know who you are, and you  have my lasting gratitude for  your understanding, and for  your support in difficult times.  I cannot resist singling out a  few for special mention: Rob  Allen, Stan Anderson, Helen  Burns, Graham Boyd, Chris  and Jane Darling, Daphne  Dulson, Gerry Glessing, Gerry  Kirk, Art McPhee, Dennis  Shutlleworlh, Philip Williams  -and, while I'm on this Iheme,  (he entire Tuwanek Ratepayers'  Association!  To those few whose needs I  have been unable to address to  our mutual satisfaction due to  time constraints, 1 offer my  sincere apologies.  I hope to see you all from  lime to time in ihe future;  meanwhile, may God bless you  and yours.  Rob Buchan  u  Pay for 2 weeks, get the 3rd week FREE  When paid by CASH, CHEQUE or MONEY ORDf R  Slifte SeWcLASSIFIEDS  They run until your item is sold!  $1500 for up to 70 words.  *1       per additional word  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must he PRE-PAID before insertion,  \mm_yi  Criticism of council is shallow  Editor:  Congratulations lo Mayor  Slrom and council for the acquisition of ihe walerlronl properly in lower Gibsons, Their  aclion shows insight into whal is  important to the future of Gibsons, foresight to acquire il now  before il is booked into some  other use and just plain guts lo  move on Ihe deal promptly in  the face of small-minded and  election-oriented bickering.  Criticism of council's aclion  focuses on short-sighted and  shallow issues. Condos arc bet  ter located away from the water  and stepped on Ihe hillsides  where Ihey won't obstruct the  view. Commercial properties  are beller located across Ihe  slreel leaving public access lo  ihe water and enhancing the appearance of Ihe tourist dislrict.  By all means develop a commercial base and sources of  revenue, bul nol al ihe expense  of our most precious assels.  Gibsons strengths are its location, ils beautiful setting and  spectacular   views.   Our   top  and enhance Ihese assets. In fact  council would do well to watch  for further opportunities lo acquire more waterfront in order  lo conlrol walerfronl use in the  best interest of its citizens.  If we build a town thai is an  attractive and unique place to  live and visit, we will attract the  commercial base of revenue thai  will sustain it. Keep up the good  work!  Norman Corbell  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  At "Friendly People Places" Saturday NOON  At COAST NEWS Offices,  SATURDAY, 3 pm  Cowrie St., Sechelt      Cruice Lane, Gibsons  885-3930  No greater asset  Editor:  We would like lo express Ihe  delight with which wc read  aboul the purchase of the waterfront property on Gower Point  Road by the Gibsons Council to  be used as a marine park.  In these days when developers seem to have priority, it is  heartening to see Ihe mayor and  council of Gibsons prepared to  make a stand for what they, and  we hope most Gibsons  residents, feel is in the best interests of the town.  There can be no greater asset  that a council can preserve for  the future of the town it serves  than park land to be enjoyed by  all.  Colin & Margaret Jones  The \0 Tri-Photo  Foresight welcome  Editor:  Congratulations lo the Town  of Gibsons for having the  foresighl io buy the waterfront  properly in front of the  municipal hall. All il would  have taken lo cul off Ihe view of  lite harbour would have been a  few single slorey buildings on  lhal property, but Gibsons  Council has prevented this from  happening and given the lown  much more flexibility in controlling development.  This is like the foresight  shown by the creation of  Stanley Park when Ihere were  foresls all around Vancouver.  Thank you also to Alderman  Kunstler for showing personal  commitment by donating so  generously lo the project. We  need this kind of leadership,  Zale Dalen  Water access vital  ' Editor:  I would like to congratulate  '; the Town of Gibsons on Ihe acquisition of the waterfront land  across from Holland Park lo be  used as park land.  Public access Io our beautiful  '  seaside and Ihe bay is as vital lo  this   seaside   town   as   is  Ambleside Park to West Van-  ��� couver or Kitsilano Beach and  ���' the  Spanish  Banks  to  Van-  Si couver.  In May I take Ihis opportunity  b to publicly thank the members  ��� ���of the Gibsons Yacht Club and  . Gibsons Town Council for  welcoming 17 visiting Japanese  students by providing boat trips  for all and a barbecue shared as  well by the host families of these  delightful students.  The students from Japan,  with a student exchange program called One World Friendship, are spending three weeks  in Canada before visiting  Disneyland and Hawaii and  other United States places  before returning to Japan.  It is my pleasure to teach  them colloquial English, Canadian style, and they will be here  until August 17.  Gwen Robertson  ���nwtmiiuiur'it.���  I��c&  Your 1 Hour Photo Store  and More  ����'���*$��  Tri-Photo Mike Rahu, Progressive Conservative nominee for North  Island Powell River, spoke August 2 al a meeting in Wilson Creek.  Rahu predicted a federal election in late October.  ���MOM Claylon pholo  Tory candidate sees  election in fall  {Predicting an election in lale  titober, Mike Rahu, Pro-  gfcssive Conservative nominee  f* North Island Powell River,  sijoke io a well-attended  rrpeling Augusi 2 in Wilson  Cteek Hall.  {Responding lo quesiions  from the floor, Rahu addressed  current matters, such as Day  C'fire Funding, Aborlion, Free  Trade and Naval Enhancement.  ���Residing in Campbell River  since    1973,   Michael   (Mike)  Rahu has a considerable involvement in community affairs. An alderman since 1984,  he is chairman of the Water  Board, the Economic Development Committee and the  Tourism Committee. Another  interest is aquaculture. He initiated the Norlh Island Aqua-  culture Association, although  he is not in that industry personally.  II his forecast is correct, look  forward to hearing from him in  he fall.  The Sunshine Coast Peace Committee demonstrates how to 'fold  lor peace' at last weekend's Hackett Park Arts and Crafts Faire  (see story page 4). _Vtrn Elliott pholo  Paper cranes folded  by Peace Committee  The Sunshine Coasl Peace  Committee displayed 1000 folded paper cranes at Ihe Arls and  Crafts Fair in Sechelt last Saturday. The paper birds requiring  20 folds each to complele, were  created by coast residents to  mark the anniversary of the  dropping of Ihe first atomic  bomb al Hiroshima on Auiuisl  6, 1945.  The oldest hands lo fold a  crane were Ihose of 89 year old  Marlene Williams of Shorncliffe, while Ihe youngest hands  were ihose of the many children  al lairs and olher summer  events on the coasl ihis summer.  Crane folding originated in  Japan, where a legend says if  you fold a thousand cranes Ihey  will protect you from illness.  After the bomb was dropped  on Hiroshima, sympathizers  from all over Japan began sending thousands of paper cranes  lo friends and strangers in  hospitals. One 12 year old victim, Sadaho Sasaki, folded 964  cranes before she died. Grieving  friends added ihe missing cranes  afler her dealh,  The children of Hiroshima  realized lhat the death of  Sadaho symbolized the dealh of  all ihe children killed by the  bomb and Ihey crusaded to  have children from all over  Japan save iheir allowances lo  erect a slaluc in Peace Park.  The youngsters raised 70  million yen and today the words  inscribed below the statue of a  young girl holding a golden  folded crane are as important as  ever: 'This is our cry, this is our  prayer: Peace in ihe World.'  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  Festjval of Written Arts  Sixth Annual Festival this week  by Myrtle Winchester  The Sixth Annual Fesiival of  the Written Arts begins this  week, and weekend noon-hour  panel discussions will let you  hear experts debate literary  issues and take part in an open  discussion with them.  On Saturday (August 13) the  hot topic of censorship will be  discussed by panelists James  Deva, owner of Vancouver's  controversial Little Sisters Book  & Art Emporium, Ray Skelly,  NDP MP for Comox-Powell  River and the Reverend June  Maffin, rector of the Anglican  Parish of St. Hilda's - St. Andrew's in Sechelt - Madeira  Park.  On Friday (August 12) Sylvia  Crooks, faculty member of Ihe  UBC School of Librarianship,  will be moderator of a discussion titled, 'Kiddie Lit in  Canada: Who's Calling the  Shots'.  Dianne Maguire, an editor  and writer, will explain 'Starting  a Magazine for Kids,' Lilia  D'Acres, a secondary school  creative writing teacher, will  speak about 'Kids Writing for  Kids' and Kit Pearson, festival  speaker and author of  children's books The Daring  Game and A llandfull of Time  will contribute her expertise.  A big pari of the festival is  the Writers-in-Residence program, and a big part of that is  ihe evening film and reading  programs at the Rockwood  Lodge Annex.  Augusi  15, beginning at 8  pm, 'Jack Hodgins Island' will  be shown, a film aboul  Hodgins, the award-winning  author of Spit Delancy's Island  and other West Coast Action.  'Atwood and Family', aboul  poet and novelist Margaret Al-  wood, will follow, and the evening will conclude wilh the screen  adaptation of The Sweater, a  short story by Roch Carrier.  Readings, Augusi 16 and 17  respectively, will be by Frances  (Sandy) Duncan, author of both  children's and adult's novels,  and Ian Slater, author of ihe  novels I irispill, Sea Gold, Air  Glow Red and various plays  and poetry works.  The program finale on  August 18 is 'The Best of  Writers-in-Residence 1988',  readings by participants of  'Novels lor Older Children' and  'Adult Novels in Progress'  workshops.  Works yard fence  causing concern  REWARD  For information leading to the recovery  of truck parts stolen from the Peninsula  Transport Warehouse, Gibsons, on or  about June 15, 1988.   NO QUESTIONS ASKED  PLEASE PHONE 886-2284  hy Bruce Grierson  Porpoise Bay Ratepayers  Association spokesman Warren  Sleberl made his first appearance before Sechell Council  Wednesday since presenting  Mayor Bud Koch with a petition that the new Sechell Public  Works Vard not be buill below  Surf Circle.  Apologizing for appearing  again In an 'adversarial' role,  Sicberl lold council lhal the  works yard complex is shaping  up to be more obtrusive than he  had thought.  "The beast seems to have  grown taller lhan il was in the  plans," said Sicbert, who called  Ihe view from Surf Circle 'an  awful sight1.  Koch said the problem is not  with the buildings so much as  the fence separating them from  Surf Circle.  "The (originally-planned)  six-fool fence looked out of  proportion," said Koch, and  admitted thai the existing fence  is marginally shorter.  "Had houses been ihere instead of Ihe works building,  they would've been a lol taller,"  he added.  "The fence can be made  taller very aesthetically," suggested Siebert.  "We'll find something," said  Koch,  1RKE  SHEUER  You work hard  You owe it to  yourself lo protect as much of your  income as possible. There are many  legitimate ways to shelter your  income from taxes. We can show  you how to do it  Call us today  Your resident Investors Planning Team  Investors  Group  PROFIT FROM OUR EXPERIENCE  J.N.W.(Jim) BUDDSr.  885-3397  DEBORAH MEALIA  886-8771  J.H.(Jim) BUDD Jr.  886-8771  wmfmmmMmffiwm  PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL AUGUST 13,1988.  ITEMS AVAILABLE ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST.  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  886-9413  BacMo-sch^Sale  Countdown  BACKPACKS AND FOOTWEAR;  THEY'RE TOPS IN THEIR CLASS  CaMomia Raisins back packs. Highlighted  by Ihe most popular group of 'raisins' around!  Nylon will vinyl face,  big zip compartment C ^m jfaV AA  and adjustable straps.   ������ ������ ��� ������S��5��  REG. t1S.M  10  Velcro joggers. Long-wearing Nylon/Semelon shoes thai are ideal lor  school or play! Navy or Pink with Silver and White straps.  Children's        ^ ^^   _*____*__.       Misses'end      ^ _ __  .....I-,,   $4*99   e-h.^   $7.49  Ladies' leather loatert. A comfort  to wear and lashlonable, loo! With  REG. 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From another perspective  Question of Free Trade  Coast News, August 8,1988  by Peter Prurigos  No matter what position one  takes regarding the Mulroney  government's free trade agreement with Washington, it is  generally held that such a deal  will, for better or worse, have a  deep and lasting impact on  Canada. As such, it behooves us  to think long and carefully  about the effects of 'free' trade  before we rush into it.  I have little expertise in the  field of economics and therefore I am not in a position to  make any definitive statements  one way or another.  I am still, however, suspicious of the trade pact for a  number of reasons. These sorts  of issues need to be considered  before we become committed to  a treaty which may harm  Canada over the long term. So,  although 1 don't have any  answers, I think that it is  necessary to ask some questions.  One concern stems from historical experience. In Open  Veins of Latin America, Eduar-  do Galeano describes how Britain and later the United States  dominated the recent economic  and political development of  Latin America. These industrialized, capitalist powers,  (among others), insisted on free  trade relations.  The result was that Latin  America provided cheap labour  and raw materials to the industrialized world, while they  had to import expensive manufactured goods. The domestic  economies were not able to  compete with the larger and  stronger economies of the  developed countries. The poverty of most Latin Americans  made it very difficult for local  industries to develop, partly  because people did not have  enough money to create an adequate domestic market.  The same situation seems to  have been the case in pre-  revolutionary China. The  western nations forced what  they called an 'open door'  policy on China, a policy based  on 'free trade'. The poverty,  misery, and hunger that were  regular features of Chinese life  only disappeared when the  Chinese reclaimed their sovereignty in 1949. The current  system, as totalitarian as it is,  has at least allowed China to  provide the basics for its enormous population.  Finally, the Japanese 'economic miracle' was based on a  strong dose of protectionism,  especially towards the US. Just  listen to the Reagan regime as it  attacks Japan and demands that  trade barriers towards US  business be lowered. The  Japanese seem to feel that even  their dynamic economy would  suffer from too much free  trade.  The question for Canada is  whether free trade will really  benefit the majority, or will we  eventually be reduced to the  status of a Third World country.  Gibsons residents opposed to the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement provided literature and information on the subject last  weekend at Sunnycrest Mall. ���Vem Etlioti photo  Gardening notes  by Marguerite, 886-9527  The hot summer days and  sprinkling regulations makes  our gardens show some stress,  which gives importance to the  watering method of placing the  sprinkler on low.  This will wet the soil io a  depth of six inches or more and  apply waler more directly to the  plant roots more effectively  lhan overhead sprinkling, which  allows water to evaporate rapidly and can spread disease.  Fall cabbage plants, kale,  cauliflower, brussel sprouts and  sprouting broccoli, can still be  planted, bul spinach refuses to  germinate in soil temperatures  of 85 degrees. Cool conditions  can be simulated by soaking the  seed for a few hours, then placing ii, between damp paper  towels, in the refrigerator for  several days. Now the seed may  be planted.  A similar method can be used  with carrot seed. Soak the seed,  as the spinach seed, but then put  into a plastic bag, keep ihem  out of the refrigerator. When  Ihe first three or four sprout,  carefully sow all the seed, then  water well.  Some gardeners may be interested to know lhal the Richmond Garden Club Horticultural Show is being held at ihe  Richmond Ice Arena on Salurday, Augusi 13 from 1 lo 5 pm  and Sunday, Augusi 14 from 10  am to 5 pm. Refreshments will  be available. This is a really  worthwhile, colourful show I  hear and a great one to take  visitors to.  KIDS     ,.  With five weeks to go, the .  sunflowers will be starting lo  grow rapidly, in time for our  largest sunflower head contest  in September, so feed and water  them well. Does anyone know  why some sunflowers have no  flower heads?  If you have a garden which  fellow gardeners would love to  see, give Marguerite a ring at  886-9527.  NOTICE of  PUBLIC HEARING  Pursuant to Section 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a PUBLIC HEARING will be  held in the Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons on Monday, August  15,1988 at 7:30 p.m. to consider Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-17,1988. At the  hearing all persons who deem their interest in property affected by the proposed  bylaw shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the  bylaw.  The Intent of the bylaw is to amend the present zoning as described:  1. That certain parcel or parcels of land in the Town of Gibsons more particularly  known and legally described as Block A, D.L. 685, Plan 6406; Lots C and D, Block  17, D.L. 685, Plan 20083; and Lot 4, Block 16, D.L. 685, Plan 7109 be rezoned from  the existing Commercial Zone 2 (C.2) and the Single-Family and Two-Family  Residential Zone 3 (R.3) to the proposed Multi-Family Residential Zone 1 (RM.1)  2. This Bylaw may be cited as "Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-17, 1988."  Take notice that (a) this bylaw is subject to the prior adoption of Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 520-3, 1988; and that (b) the above descriptive  paragraphs are deemed to be a synopsis of the Zoning Amendment Bylaw No.  555-17,1988, and are not deemed to be an interpretation thereof.  A copy of the amending bylaw is available for inspection at the Gibsons Municipal  office, 474 South Fletcher Road, during office hours.  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LuC\i  Oven-Fresh - White or ������ gm  Whole Wheat ��� Hot fm KB  BREAD 45o9m ivw  Oven-Fresh - Dinner 1 MA KB  BUNS te  1.49 Sechelt stalls on  regional library fund  by Myrtle Winchester  Sechelt Council may prevent  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD) from implementing its plan of improving library services for all Sunshine Coast communities by  forming an all-inclusive  Regional Library Function with  the authority to tax residents for  its operation.  At the August 3 Sechelt  Council meeting the Library  Committee requested that council consider including a Regional  Library Function referendum  on its November election ballot  list.  Alderman MacLarty pointed  out, in agreement with the  SCRD, that, "Because of all the  villages and municipalities taking part in it (the Library Function), we would have a greater  amount of money."  Mayor Koch disagreed, saying, "1 think we're funding our  library quite well. 1 think we can  pay as we go. It's been our experience that this sort of thing  has been very expensive."  A group of representatives  from Gibsons and Sechelt  libraries and Roberts Creek and  Pender Harbour reading centres  will meet on August 23 to  discuss a taxation rate and a  five-year budget, but so far the  group has not decided how to  allot money acquired from taxes  lo each of the libraries and  reading centres.  Mayor Koch ended the  discussion by calling for a  meeting with Alderman Craig,  Library Committee head, and  Art McPhee, Sechelt Library  Board Chairman.  Seclit'll Municipal Clerk Malcolm Shanks (left) prepares to swear in new Municipal Planner Rob Sabine  th) Sechell Council Chambers. Sabine, who comes lo the Coast from Powell River, will also serve as approving officer, economic development officer, and deputy clerk. ���Bruie Grienoti phuio  Davis Bay News & Views  pummer Games medal  fvPV  Jean Robinson, 885-2954  55Joan Newsham won a Bronze  Jwjcdal in ihe B.C. Summer  mes for Ihe Ladies' Handgun  Malch. She also participated  he only female member of  Zone 5 team which won a  nze in the handgun cate-  y. Congratulations lo all.  gTrail Bay Sports donated  {notching shirls for all  Jpfcmhcrs. This made Ihem  (JJSjinciivc amongst the other  f^ms and merited a com-  (Sipicntary remark over the  Kfudspeaker. Good for you  form Clayton and Trail Bay  Sports.  W>YAGE TO BAMFIKLD  JlSome of you may remember  ft M. V. Lady Rose from her  J/ice in Howe Sound and Gibsons shortly after her arrival in  1937. Built in Glasgow thai year  and christened lady Sylvia, she  left for Vancouver May 7 and  arrived July 11. She was renam-  <3('- l.ady Rose upon arrival to  aiipid registry duplication. She  vJijs the first single-prop diesel  \fcsel to cross the Atlantic.  2: In 1942 she was assigned to  cprry army and air force personnel between Port Albcmi and  ���tluelet and was operated by  tfie Royal Canadian Army Service Corps.  J,In 1946 she again returned Io  tiwe Sound. Then in 1954 she  s chartered by Coasl Ferries  lifd. and operated between ihe  Bulf   Islands  and   Sleveslon.  New park  to public  meeting  JjAt the regular Sechelt Council meeting last Wednesday,  lAJJderman MacLarty's suggestion for a public meeting to plan  tr�� use of ihe town's property at  thjfc corner of Wharf Road and  Otovrie Street was supported by  Mayor Koch and will be implemented.  (Council members discussed  p&sibilities for use of the area,  Eluding letting local artists and  iftsmen sell their wares and  the town a sales commis-  i.  Construction of a concession  bdbth and washrooms was also  mfentioned as a possibility, promoting Mayor Koch to say,  "(Set's see what the land will  alljbw us to do."  peeping in the spirit of public  inwlvemenl, council later requested the public's participation in the planning of both an  official Kinnikinick Park open-  iniand activities for next year's  Seflielt Celebration Day.  A committee will be formed  to'contact al! local businesses,  schools and organizations and  or&nize their activities for the  Celebration Day parade and  otl^r events.  Monika & Stephen  on the opening of  Tidalwave Diving Co.  ^.Pen Dive Lid. recognizes you  ('as the professional & reputable  ft     diving instructors in the  ��� Sechell area.  PEN DIVE LTD.  of Halfmoon Bay  Lalcr she was sent to the north  end of Vancouver Island but in  I960 was returned io Porl  Alberni.  Now with a small crew she  services ihe Alberni Inlet and  Barclay Sound carrying cargo,  mail and up to 100 passengers  on her daily irips.  Wc watched while a 15 fool  'run-about' complete wiih  molor was lilted from the two  support barrels on a dock, into  the water at one fish farm that  we stopped at. The captain deftly managed this manoeuver wiih  the aid of a crane on ihe ship.  Another place received roofing  material while a woman from a  nearby floating home bought  two litres of milk from Ihe  'floating store'.  Everyone looked over the  side when the l.ady Rose halted  mid-channel while a desperate  fellow in a small boal came tearing over to buy five packs of  cigarettes.  Amongsl ihe passengers on  board were a dozen or so people  prepared to hike ihe West Coasl  Trail. Al Bamfield we picked up  more lhan a dozen who had jusi  completed the Irip, starling al  Porl Renfrew. A great many of  these hikers are from Germany.  Normally the Irip leaves Porl  Alberni at 8 am and returns al 5  or 6:15 pm depending on  whether the nip is lo Bamfield  or Ucluelel. The meals are  reasonably priced on board and  delicious. Do nol pack a lunch,  il is noi worthwhile.  This service is a life-line for  ihe fish farms and logging  camps year round. In summer  the canoeists use the service, lo  be deposited on or near suitable  islands in the broken group. An  8 lo 5 trip often goes for much  longer.  This is a greal way to see  another aspect of our beautiful  West Coast. The trip is not too  cosily considering it is a day's  outing, bin one must figure on  iwo nights accommodation on  lop of thai because of liming.  Try il, you'll like it.  MEGUMI  What a different name you  mighl say and righl you are. II  belongs to a pretty young lady  from Japan whose charming  smile and deep dimples, along  with a sunny personality have  been a constant joy lo her host  family.  One of many students visiting  our coast, she is interested in  everything and willing to try our  very different foods. We wish  all the students and especially  Megumi Shimoda much success.  w   NOTICE of  PUBLIC HEARING  Pursuant to Section 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a PUBLIC HEARING will be  held to consider Bylaw No. 520-3,1988 which bylaw is proposed to amend the Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 520,1985, of the Town of Gibsons.  It is the intent of the amending bylaw that:  1. Map 1(a) of Schedule "A" of the Town of Gibsons Official Community Plan  Bylaw No. 520,1985, be amended to Include:  (a) Lot "D", Block 17, D.L. 685, Plan 20083  within the proposed medium-density  Residential/Commercial designation  This bylaw may be cited as Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 520-3,  1988.  TO MEDIUM-DENSITY  RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL  The Public Hearing will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, August 15,1988 In the  Council Chamber at the Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. All  persons who deem their interest in property to be affected by the proposed bylaw  shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained therein.  The above is a synopsis of Bylaw No. 520-3 and is not deemed to be an interpretation of the bylaw. The bylaw may be Inspected at the Municipal Hall, 474 South  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. during office hours.  Rob Buchan  MUNICIPAL PLANNER & APPROVING OFFICER  Bernice Hanchar offers up a fresh & tasty helping of "SNAPPI  FRIES", thanks to the addition of her new Snappi Fries machine,  only the second one in B.C.  SEAMOUNT FOODS  now has  Snappi Fries!  Bernice Hanchar is delighted at the addition of a revolutionary new  'Snappi Fries' machine at Seamount Foods.  "In addition to grocery products, our store provides a wide selection  of services ranging from a car wash to fast foods plus a video selection  with a good number of rotating titles," said Bernice.  "So far our fast food counter has included hot dogs, coffee, slush  machine, and malt ice cream, with our specialty being sandwiches  made at the counter per customer request using fresh ingredients.  "Only one product was really missing - FKENCH FRIES - with their big  appeal to the fast food consumer. However, the traditional way of cooking french fries requiring ventilation and additional staff was out of the  question because additional space was required and there would be too  much smoke.  "The 'Snappi Fries' system has been the answer for us. It provides a  high quality of McDonald type french fries ready in a couple of minutes  just by pressing a button. There is no need for ventilation. Our  customers love them! They say the flavour's great and they're not at all  greasy!  "We will soon be serving onion rings and chicken nuggets as well."  SEAMOUNT FOODS  at  SEAMOUNT CARWASH  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK   Mon-Sat 6 am-midnight Hwy 101, Gibsons  Sundays 7 am-11 pm 886-9533  mtm_t____________________, Coast News, August 8,1988  Sechelt    Scenario  Festival welcome  Wendy Lang of Sechelt takes advantage of a bargain and supports the nearly-600 members of the Sechelt  Senior Citizens Association in their garage sale last weekend lo raise money for a new activity centre.  ���Myrtle Winchester photo  Sechelt Seniors  Trip planned to PNE  by Larry Grafton  Each year about ihis time our  travel convenor plans a trip for  seniors to the Pacific National  Exhibition.  This year is no exception and  the trip has been planned for  August 31. The bus will leave  the Royal Bank in Sechelt at  7:20 am in time for the 8:30  boal.  The return trip is planned for  the 5:30 sailing out of  Horseshoe Bay. Reservations  are recommended.  Previous trips to the P.N.E.  have been popular with resultant disappointments when early reservations have not been  made. Assurance of your booking can be had by phoning May  Widman at 885-5200. Don'l  delay!  GARAGE SALE  By the time this column  shows up in print, the gianl  seniors' garage sale will be past  history. Judging by the response  for donations the sale should  certainly be a resounding success.  In the last couple of days our  old hall has taken on the ap  pearance of a second-hand  department store. There are  very few ilems that can be named that are not represented in  the donations that have arrived  at our hall for the big event.  Our committee and volunteer  members have been working  long hours sorting, cleaning and  pricing. Without the generosity  of the donors, and the enthusiasm of our volunteers,  there could not be a sale.  Who knows? If this one is the  success the committee hopes it  will be, maybe we'll have a  repeat performance in the fall  some time. At this stage of the  game - just maybe!  PICNIC  This will be the last reminder  in the Coast News of our annual  seniors picnic at Porpoise Bay  Provincial Park on August 11 at  11 am. If you need a ride, please  be at the hall at 10:30 for a car  pool.  The phoning committee has  been actively contacting as  many members as possible with  regard to food for the lunch.  If you were out when you  were phoned, please make your  own executive decision in this  B.P. Guild holds  Ruby Lake feast  The 14th Canadian Baden  Powell (BP) Guild had another  successful barbecue at the Ruby  Lake chalet of Len and Pal Mitchell on July 28.  It was disappointing lo pick  the only dull day in a week of  sunshine, but there was nothing  dull about the activities of the  group, or the skill of Bill  Tierney and the men assisting  manning the barbecue grill, or  the marvelous assortment of  delicous salads supplied by the  ladies. Swimming, shuffleboard  and horseshoes made the time  pass all too quickly.  The Mitchells were presented  wilh an unusual rhododendron  shrub for their lovely garden in  appreciation of Iheir generosity  in  allowing  Ihe  use  of  this  delightful lakeside setting.  Ron Seale, on behalf of the  Cancer Society, thanked the.  Guild for preparing a special  chicken barbecue dinner for  Camp Goodtimes, who were  spending two weeks al Camp  Byng. The 70 children and 50  counsellors were a happy, spontaneous and inspiring group in  their bright red Camp Good-  limes t-shirts.  We (the BP Guild) were very  aware that they enjoyed our efforts by their smiles and cheers.  Evelyn Harrison, Ihe organizer  of Ihe dinner, expressed our  feelings when she lold ihem we  loved doing it for Ihem, and  loved their spirit and enthusiasm.  SOLARIUMS  More Summer  More Comfort  More Beauty  More Relaxation  More Living Space  Increased Home Value  Call us now for prices, options, planning  rjlf 11 f_2_ I /7Y3/a    & contracting  Hwy. 101 & Pratt Rd., Gibsons     886-7359 [C^)J  regard. Come early and stay  late.  A couple of lawn chairs in the  trunk may prove to provide  some comfort depending on the  weather. By all means, do not  forget your cutlery, plate and  cup. Otherwise you may have to  revert to a fingered meal.  If you have friends visiting,  bring them along, but bring a  little extra food to look after the  extras. Should it chance to rain  on our special day, don't  despair. It has been normal  practice in past years to go back  to the hall for lunch.  Members with extra seating  in their cars should check at the  hall before going to the park to  help those who have no  transportation.  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  The Festival of the Written  Arts has attracted people from  far and wide for this years  events, another smash hit for  the enthusiastic supporters.  RAY SKELLY  A very interesting event to  take in, and it is free, is a discussion on censorship. This will  lake place on Saturday, August  13 at noon and panelists are MP  Ray Skelly, Reverend June  Maffin, and James Deva,  owner of Little Sister's  Bookstore in Vancouver.  Just to make things even  more exciting, the moderator is  Alderman Nancy McLarty.  This takes place al Greenecourt  Hall on Medusa Street.  CHILDREN'S LITERATURE  On Friday, August 12 at  noon there will be a panel on  Sechelt  challenges  SCRD  Sechelt Council is formally  challenging the Sunshine Coast  Regional District (SCRD) to a  fund-raising competition for the  1988 Terry Fox Run, to be held  on September 18.  The Canadian Cancer Society, sponsors of the event, suggested a challenge to a  neighbouring community in its  invitation to participate in the  Terry Fox Run, and also invited  Mayor Koch to officially proclaim the date as 'Terry Fox  Run Day' as follows: Whereas,  Terry Fox dedicated his life to  raising funds for cancer  research, and; Whereas, his  courage increased an awareness  of cancer in people of all ages,  and; Whereas, this community  supports the example, and the  goals of this extraordinary  young man; Therefore, be it  resolved that Sunday,  September 18, 1988, is proclaimed Terry Fox Run Day.  children's literature and where it  is at. Panelists are Diane Ma-  quire, Lillia D'Arces, teacher of  creative writing and Kit Pearson. The moderator is Sylvia  Crooks, and this event is also at  Greenecourt Hall.  TORONTO"^1  $249 Re,  For Travel Between  Sapt. 6 S Jan. 31  LIMITED SPACE  call Joan. Yvonne or Bill al  886-9255 886-8222  Sunnycrest Mall, Cibsons  Gibsons Denture Clinic  Garry Cotter  Licensed Dknturist/ Dental Mechanic  has relocated his denture practice  and is now located at  295 Gower Point Road  Lower Gibsons, across from Ken's Lucky Dollar  For Appointment 886-2712  j  Quality Car Care  ��� BRAKES ��� STEERING  ��� EXHAUST ��� STARTING  ��� SHOCKS ��� COOLING  ��� TRANSMISSION    ��� SAFETY  Select PRE-SERVICED  Used CARS & TRUCKS  WE DO IT ALL ��� AND WE DO IT WELL  For Carefree Driving  Call The Professionals  OPEN 6 DAYS  A WEEK  'H*  ���  SUNCOAST  MOTORS  L  T  D  886-8213  1117 Sunshine Coast Hwy  Gibsons-near Pratt  The COAST NEWS has  captured hundreds of  Sunshine Coast moments  and occasions on film.  Share those moments  Photo Reprint  SPECIAL!  2*1  Drop by either our Gibsons or Sechelt offices and  look through our files. You'll be delighted at  who you'll discover in hundreds  of unpublished photos.  5521 Cowrie St., Sechelt 537Cruice Lane, Cibsons  885-3930 ��� L   ���     L     ��� ,������ 886-2622  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945 Coast News, August 8,1988  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Holidaymakers throng  Halfmoon Bay Firefighters waded into the dense smoke of a brushfire near Halfmoon Bay's Curran  Road on Monday. Fireman were called in by neighbours who formed a bucket brigade to fight the flames  which came within 10 feet of residential housing. -Bruce Grierson photo  Pender Patter  Bargain Barn notes  by Myrtle Winchester  : A couple of weekends ago someone removed two car seats  and a training chair from the  door of the Bargain Barn (they  had been left there as donations), and that person is asked  to come in during opening  hours, Thursday and Saturday,  I - 3:30 pm and pay for the  items.  Mention of this incident is  also directed' at those of you  who donate to the Bargain Barn  by leaving items outside the  door when the store is closed,  because goods left outside are  often stolen or damaged by the  elements.  The Bargain Barn, a tiny  building, is presently overstocked and cannot hold any more  items until September 30, so  please hold on to your donations until then.  A special sale will be held at  our local thrift store on August  II and 13, and summer clothing  will be sold for give-away  prices.  You can help make some  space at the Bargain Barn by  delivering surplus stock to Vancouver to be donated to mentally handicapped people.  Help running the store is  always needed, and Muriel  Cameron (883-2609) or Ruth  Kobus (883-9603) would love to  hear from you if you can spare  a couple of hours for a good  cause.  The Bargain Barn is operated  by volunteers and all goods for  sale are donated. All proceeds  fund improvements to equipment and services at the Pender  Harbour and District Health  Clinic.  BIBLE SCHOOL  The Pender Harbour  Pentecostal Church 'Vacation  Bible School' will be held on  August 15-19 from 9:30 to  11!40 am for children from two  years old to those at the Grade 2  level.  The children will enjoy songs,  stories, crafts, games, clowns  and refreshments, and parents  may pre-register for them by  calling Louise Berg (883-9443)  or Donna Stienke (883-2327).  There is no charge for attending the Vacation Bible School,  and children of any or no  religious denomination are  welcome.  NEW DOCTOR  The Pender Harbour and  District Health Clinic would like  to welcome and introduce Dr.  Terry Amiel and his family to  Pender Harbour.  Dr. Amiel will be the full-  time physician at the clinic as of  September 1, and he, a former  Gibsons resident and UBC student, comes to us via New  Zealand.  SWAP MEET  Don't forget the Community  Club's monthly Arts, Crafts &  Swapmeet coming up on  August 13, and be there early  Sechelt short of  advertising items  Sechelt Council is acting on a  shortage, if not total absence of,  postcards and souvenirs featuring local scenes and colour,  although Mayor Koch's opinion  is that the Chamber of Commerce should handle that area  of tourist-directed merchandising.  Alderman MacLarty suggested advertising to residents for  photographs showing the  District of Sechelt, and giving  full credit to the photographer  or owner of any photographs  used.  Mayor Koch, in agreement  with MacLarty's idea, suggested  that a $25 prize might be of-  Local merchants hear frequent complaints from tourists  that no postcards depicting the  Sechelt area are available, and  that there is little or no selection  of souvenirs labelled more  specifically than 'The Sunshine  Coast'.  Indian Artifacts  MON: 9 am - 4:30 pm  TUES, WED, FRI: 1 - 4:30 pm  The CARVING SHED  View Works In Progress  Mon - Fri, 9 am - 4:30 pm  CARVINGS FOR SALE  Visitors welcome to view our  TOTEMS and CARVED FIGURES  at the Community Hall - anytime.  FREE BOAT LAUNCHING  RAMP - Selma Park Rd.  BINGO - Frl. & Sun. In  The Community Hall.  Doors open 5:30 pm - Early Bird  and Bonanza Bingo at 7:30 pm.  For further Information  call the Band Office at 885-2273  SECHELT INDIAN BAND  (doors open al 10 am) to compete with the extra crowd that  summer brings.  NO MOTORS  In case you missed it  elsewhere in the Coast News,  motor boats (or boats with  motors) are not allowed on  Hotel Lake.  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  The beaches along Halfmoon  Bay have been alive with holiday makers and local folks enjoying swimming or just laying  around on these glorious summer days. Most of you will have  noticed how the water temperature can change so rapidly.  One day it will be beautiful,  then next morning the water is  so cold that one can hardly bear  it. So we just have to try it for  ourselves and not take anyone's  word for it. But it has been the  best swimming summer for a  long time and it's good to see so  many enjoying it.  A large picnic group were enthralled with Cooper's Green  last Saturday when they  gathered for an annual picnic  hosted by West Sechell residents  Ray and Darlene Schmidt. As  the pig roasted on the spit  Darlene remarked, "This place  is ihe best kepi secret on the  coast, it's wonderful!"  The horseshoe pilch was in  use all day and ihe beach was  enjoyed by the group of around  75 guests, some of whom came  from Vancouver and Quesnel.  A special guest was Japanese  student, Junko, who came wiih  her hostess Barbara Jackson.  Remember that the green is  available to the whole coast and  il only takes a phone call to the  regional board office lo make  the necessary arrangements.  GRACE  There is not much in the way  of an update on Grace Rutherford's condition except that she  is still in intensive care at Lions  Gate Hospital, therefore no  cards or flowers are allowed at  this time. I know that all our  thoughts and good vibes are going in Grace's direction for her  complete and speedy recovery.  FIRE CALL  The Halfmoon Bay Volun-'  teer Fire Department were called out last week to control a  brush fire in the Curran Road  area which reached within ten  feet of a residence. The fire  could have started from a beach  fire, so pl-ase be extra careful  that your fire is out completely  as the brush is so tinder dry.  MURMURINGS  There has been much reaction  to the mention in last week's  column of the suggestion having  been made to close Fisherman's  Road to the launching ramp.  The general consensus is that  'they can't do that', but  remember when we were  similarly assured that there was  no way the Redrooffs Trail  could be closed. Look what  happened on that one. So it's to  the advantage of us all to be  aware of even the remote  possibility existing. Thanks for  the many phone calls on this  matter.  -PEN DIVE  LTD.  AUTHORIZED  Sherwood  Scuba  Equipmenl  Dealer  For the Sunshine Coast  SERVING SALMON FARMS  SINCE MARCH 1987  Arrange appointments lo view our new produi Is QQKaACOA  TOURIST AND RECREATION GUIDE  *1&r\\fr  ______  SUMMER PLAY PARADE  Gibsons Elem. Gym, 8 pm  "Crimes of the Heart"  Thurs.-Mon.,AUG. 4-8  TICKETS AT THE DOOR - ADULT ENTERTAINMENT  "Betrayal"  Tues.-Sat.,AUG|  Sad tk facut  CHARTERS and LESSONS  - SIGHTSEEING TOO  Dave 886-2864  _tac.A ____*__mW__  ^5^.  SED FITNESS CENTRE >^   ��pnEN:  CONTACT STAN DIXON ��� 88S7391/V-^\ 8:3�� am  Free Weights - 2 Universal      MmSSaJ  Dumbbells - 2 Dry Saunas     \{[\r^\)f)  $30 per month - $3 for drop-in use of facilities  to  9:00 pm  INLET CRUISES M.V. Tzoonle  I INLAND SEA. 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The North iust in out back y~��d. has com* ollv*. tfvealiny n world teeming with litV a land wth a  diVtfH cultural (Village vinil an energetic people with one loot in a rich past and Ihe othet keeping  pace with the twentieth rettluty  "@  m.  l-'ealurinu SHOWCASES and PEDESTALS  From "ART GLASS bv JUNE"  OPEN:  Sun 11 H  (.AST STOP SHOPPING FOR PRIHCESS LOUISA!,  ��� Groceries ��� Iresh Meat ��� Produce ��� Ice ��� Posl Office  ��� Full I Ine ol Marine ,md Fishing Gear ��� 1 uel/Pmp.ine  Box 40, Garden Bay     Charters Available 883-2253  WILSON CREEK CAMP GROUND  HEATED POOL ��� FULL HOOKUPS -  CAMPING ��� GROCERIES ��� LAUNDROMAT  On Hwy 101 At Wilson Creek Ph. 885-5937  m*  CANOE  RENTALS  ��� Row Boat Rentals  mikf figptt 883-2269  O HELLY HANSEN & MUSTANG  OUTDOOR WEAR  ��� MARINE BATTERIES  nCHARTS & BOOKS  toe-eeee  Waterlionl, Gibsons  GIBSONS marina  VISITORS WElCOMf  ��0Lf CLUB  Highway 101, 2 Kilometres North ol Garden Bay Turnoff  Phone 883-9541  Leisure Time???  == Come to the Shadow Bauxl =  ��� PAINTINGS ��� POTTERY ��� WEARABLE ART  limited edition prints by  ��� Robert Bateman  ��� Ron Parker  ��� I, Serry-LUter      ��� Paul Ugare*   *.mmymo,tt  ��� CUSTOM FRAMING ��� ART SUPPLIES  rowrie St     S.i, hnl�� oar ���,..  '  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885.760* Pee Wee Football coach Gary Groenke (left) puts his men through an agility drill at Chatelech Secondary  School grounds. Groenke appeared before Sechell Council last week seeking improvements to the facility  at Hackett Park (see slory below). ��� Vern Kiliott photo  Egmont News  Tourist boom in Egmont  by Shirley Hall, 883-1154  This past week, wilh the combination of the long weekend  and beamilul weather, Egmont  has been positively booming.  The parking lol ai Skookum-  ehuck Narrows Provincial Park  lias been full, wilh addilional  vehicles parked all over the  place. One day there was a  record crowd of over 300.  Visilors were attracted because  favourable tides came al the  same time as the holiday  weekend.  There have been a number of  beautiful yachts visiting, loo, at  the Egmonl Marina and the  Government Dock. One was  from Hawaii. We also had a  visiting naval vessel. II had  come from Quadra Island wilh  a load of sea Cadets. They were  busy replenishing their slock of  goodies al Bathgate's Store  when wc were there. One day  there were so many young people al Ihe store thai Doug Mar  tin was having lo regulate their  entrance. The place was filled lo  bursting wilh a group jusi back  from Malibu and anolher group  departing.  The swimming and sunning  place, 'the logs' on Waugh  Lake, has been well-patronized,  too. Visitors here should  remember that Waugh Lake is  the water supply for a number  of Egmonl residents. 1 was lold  thai a group partying at the lake  dumped a lot of empty bottles  and cans inlo the waler.  Goodness knows what other  garbage wenl in too.  Ann and I finally managed to  gel together long enough for her  lo give me her August birlhday  lisl. Actually, she was in her  usual rush and just paused long  enough to thrust the lisl inlo my  hand. I understand thai next  monlh won't be so hectic for  her because Brian finishes his  stint at the park and Ann's  grandmotherly duties case off.  So, 'Happy Birlhday' lo Iris  Sayers, Brian Campo, Jackie  Lal.oge, Kathleen and Daniel  White, Samantha Adamsbn,  Jason Haines, Donna Bernt/cn,  Randy Noble, Wanda Jeffries,  Norma Martin, Lloyd Carler,  Nick Wallace, Wayne Clay,  Trudy Muller, Lacee Gayctle,  Diane Silvey, Geo Legge, Tom  Silvey, Greg's sisler Toni and  Katie's daughler Gloria.  'Happy Anniversary' lo Leah  and Al O'Neil and, especially,  lo Vi and Gene Berntzcn on  Iheir 50th!  Someone with the besl of intentions installed a 40-gallon  drum for garbage beside the  tennis court. I can't find out  who. Now il is filled lo  overllowing and nobody seems  to be responsible for emptying  il. ll slinks lo high heaven and  we'll be lucky if il doesn't al-  tracl bears in the fall. Does  anyone know how we can gel  rid of Ihe thing? I'd offer to  take the load lo the dump  myself bul I don'l have a  pickup.  To work on farm salmon antibodies  UBC researchers set  by Myrtle Winchester  UBC researchers are embarking on a Iwo-year investigation  lo determine if antibodies used  on farm salmon pose any threat  to consumers, and they hope the  results of Iheir sludy will  become a framework for future  Canadian guidelines in ihe industry.  Researchers will firsl al tempi  lo develop an accurate method  of delecting antibiotic residues  in the fish, ihen try to establish  an ideal 'wash-out period' or  amount of time between discontinuation of treatment and  harvesting.  Most local fish farmers use a  42-day wash-oul period, Ihe  same one used by Scandinavian,  Japanese and American aqua-  cuiluralisls, but UBC researchers are unsure of how lhal  time was established as a standard and want to do a definite  sludy.  B.C. fish farmers approached  UBC for suggestions on how to  administer penicillin to their  slock because ihe drug is very  effective in the treatment of  bacterial kidney disease.  This request led to Ihe current  sludy, funded by the B.C.  Science Council, B.C. Dcparl-  ment of Agriculture and the  Federal Department of Fisheries  and Oceans.  Said Aquarius Seafarms Ltd.  veterinarian,   Kim   Klottens,  "we'd love to use penicillin, but  the fish won't eal it. It has a  really bitter taste."  Sulfa drugs and tetracyaline  are the most common antibiotics used on farm fish, and will  be ihe focus of the research,  although the potential allergic  sensitivity to these drugs is considerably less lhan lhat of  penicillin.  On the Arts Beat  CHILDREN'S WORKSHOPS  Eight to 12 year olds in  Sechell can now join in Ihe fun  lhal kids in Gibsons and  Roberls Creek have been having  as Ihe Arls Council brings  theatre workshops to Rockwood Lodge on Augusi 23 and  25. Kerry Mahlman, drama  teacher al Chatelech, is ihe  leader. $16 per child is ihe cosl.  Call Ihe Arts Cenlre UIX85-5412  Tuesday lo Salurday, 11 lo 4 lo  register.  INVITATIONAL SHOW  Part two ofthc Annual Coasl  jfl You will receive a very special  j^f gift when you make your move  ALLIED   with Allied...and it's FREE!  The Careful Movers  When you make your move with Allied, in addition to quality  service you will receive your personal "SIZARS WELCOME IN )ME  MERCHANDISE SAVINGS HOOK" lha( can save you up to 25",. off  the regular price on merchandise you will need when you move  into your new home. ��� ..      ., ,���..,  3 Cull IWWt for ymtrHai,  no obligation i-Mim��ir  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTO.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Movlna  HWY. 101, GIBSONS Pender Harbour cuslomers Doc ,��,  please CALL COLLECT O00-��DM  Summer Invitational Show remains open al Ihe Arls Cenlre  unlil August 21, This is Ihe second pari of a survey of the  variety of work being done by  people here on the coast, and  should not be missed by either  residenl art lovers or ihose who  arc visiting, Ii is an excellent opportunity to familiarize yourself  with a selection of Ihe artwork  lhal is being done locally, lo  compare and contrast individual artists' philosophies,  approaches and styles. The  work includes paintings, prints,  photographs, porcelain, stained  glass and sculpture, executed in  a variety of manners from  painstaking realism through atmospheric impressionism lo  surrealist abstraction. The Arls  Cenlre is cool on a hot day.  Hours are to 10 lo 4, Tuesday lo  Saturday, and I to 4, Sunday.  Park  upgrading  sought  by Bruce Grierson  Sechelt Council has promised  to look inlo upgrading the  sports facilities al Hackett Park,  lollowing a request to council of  a minor football coach.  Gary Groenke, who coaches  Ihe pee-wee team in the Sunshine Coast Minor Football  league, asked for council's aid  in refurbishing the pavilion and  improving the grounds where  the learns play ball.  "We'd like a new building  there, bin perhaps a renovation  of the building would be more  economical," said Groenke.  The Sechell resident also suggested thai the grass be watered  regularly, exterior photocell  lighls be replaced, and a sleel  door be installed to discourage  vandalism, A meeling area and  change facilities would also be  welcomed, Groenke said.  Sechell Public Works Committee chairman Len Herder  said council is aware of the problems on ihe site, and has been  discussing ways to remedy  Ihem.  "Mosl of Ihe things you have  broughl up have been covered  in our own minds," said  Herder.  Mayor Hud Koch said lhal  among the plans discussed have  been to widen the building by  len feel, to build a new concession area, and lo lurn Ihe old  concession inlo an equipmenl  storage area.  In it's six years of operation  Ihe minor football club has  sunk $28,IXX) into the purchase  of equipment and has spent  $I50() in labour and materials to  upgrade the Hacked Park facility. The club is currently playing  on a field shorter than regulation length.  Koch acknowledged Ihe efforts of Groenke and I lie resl of  the coaching staff, who oversee  50 players in Ihe baniain and  pee-wee divisions.  "Wc appreciate what you're  doing for the young people"  said Koch. The mayor said he  and Herder would meet Monday to 'set up a plan' of whai  Improvements can be made.  Coast News, August 8,1988  9.  ^^^^     B.C.F. & M.W.U.  SLO-PITCH TOURNAMENT  The B.C. Ferry and Marine Workers Union, langdale, sponsored then  first annual Slo-pitch Tournament this last long weekend, to which it*'  unanimous success would not have been achieved without Ihe help and  support of a great many people and businesses.  We would like to thank Bob Hyams and the Cedars Inn Pub to whom v i  are especially grateful for their generous support and Molson's for their  sponsorship. Thank you to Gibsons Building Supplies whose answer w.i  always yes. Thank you also to Super Valu. the Cibsons Legion Branch 10'  Pronto's, Port Mellon's Howe Sound Pulp and Paper, and Neptune Ice.  A warm, hospitable thanks to Dennis & Marg Berry for a super barbequ<  To all those who helped through two days of blazing sun and fun, thank  you, thank you, thank you. But most of all, thank you Barry Lynn who was  the idea and drive behind it all. May the forte be with us smaller guys I U  awhile.  _B.CF. &MWI  ^TREASURE CHEST  Whdrf Rd. 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Osborne had machined a  handsome brass cannon in miniature for Spilsbury, "to announce the arrival of his  (Spilsbury's) radio repair boal  al any and all docks on his  route."  Spilsbury became exasperated  by the lengthy cautionary advice  from Osborne aboul overloading the cannon with black  powder. "She may explode on  you..."  One day he retaliated by letting off three sticks of dynamite  ou the beach below Osborne's  place, rattling windows and selling off thunderous echoes in  the enclosed bay.  When Osborne staggered  amazed out of his cabin,  Spilsbury shouted, "See, the  cannon came to no harm," as  he pointed to the shiny brass  miniature sitting unharmed on  the beach.  Osborne never did discover  the hoax. But, do read his  priceless account for yourself.  Practical jokes can quite ingeniously prick the ballooning  vanity of the pompous.  The Trickster in some Indian  legends led the bear lo sit on the  edge of Ihe hole in the ice with  his tail in the water. Owen  Wister's Virginian, the original  cowboy hero, led his enemy to  copy his frying up a panful of  frogs' legs (obscene in the beef-  eating west) and then exposed  the enemy's foolishness.  A school teacher who had  time for pranks devised an official looking form purporting  to come from the school  superintendent, a form which  he slipped inlo the school's mail  system.  1 he form required each vice-  principal lo record the number  of Hies buzzing in classroom  windows on each Friday. Vice-  principals, finding a lease of administrative life and purpose,  Badgered classroom teachers to  count and report.  The superintendent, in his  general blur of thought, came to  believe that he had initiated ihe  form and insisted it continue.  He even inserted it in his report  lo the board. The board did nol  question the reason for such a  reporl. The prankster unfortunately, dared nol share his  secrel with any colleague.  Then there are the classics  like Ihe donation box left in  some public place with the sign  'please help'. Many a coin was  dropped into the box by  passersby.  From B.C.'s gold rush days  comes the prank of the nugget-  bearing jackpine. An oldlimer  salts a few nuggets at the bases  of branches high in Ihe tree.  Greenhorns are gathered on  some pretext to watch the  oldlimer clamber into his tree  and saw off (he salted branches  to expose Ihe nuggets. For a fee,  each greenhorn is assigned a  plot of trees.  "Saw off every branch from  the top down so's you won't  miss a nugget. The trees have  picked them up on iheir way out  of the ground." And Ihe  oldlimer   leaves   the  counlry.  *��� A to be cleared  SAVE up to 60%  JEWELLERY 30% OFF  \     Selected. Fall Fashions  25% OFF  SALE ENDS AUGUST 31st  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ^^  Just for you ^  Gibsons Landing  886-2470  Those bare tree trunks that appear in old photos of Gibsons?  Really from fire?  The oldtime preacher's young  son who glued together the two  pages of the Bible where his  father intended to take his text.  The next Sunday the father  began to read to his congregation, "Noah look unto himself  a wife...(flips pages)...and the  length thereof was 300 cubits,  the breadth 50 cubits, and the  height 30..."  The preacher read it three  limes, paused to wipe his spectacles then said, "Brethren, I've  been reading the Bible for 50  years and I cannol recall this  passage. Bul il confirms my  faith in the Lord's  work...Noah's wife was indeed  fearfully and wonderfully  made."  Nol amusing? Be comforted,  the preparing of a practical joke  lakes far more effort than most  of us care to pul out.  Athletes  fare well  at Games  Local athletes and members  of the Sunshine Coast Athletic  Club fared well al Ihe B.C.  Summer Games held July 28 to  31 in Victoria.  Signi MacNeill won three  gold medals, for the shot put,  discus and javelin evenls.  Bill Dall came in sixth in the  800-metre track event with a  lime of 2 minules, 9.44 seconds,  a personal best.  Francis Dixon came in fourth  in the eight-event octathalon  competition.  Justin Dubois came in fifth in  the javelin and discus events  and Berin Tomkies came in  sixth in the high jump.  The Sunshine Coast Athletic  Club was started last fall under  the leadership of Ron Bunting,  Cam Mackenzie, Tom Daniels  and Olympic gold medalist Joan  Fox.  Mb".  A   *   _-,    I       Wme  Making  Season  again   Gibsons Landing ���  886-2818  ^WEBBER PHOTOS  0��*\  *& PRINTS  w     from SLIDES  135mm & 126mm  80<  COPY PRINTS   89��  886-2947  275 Gower PI. Rd.  Gibsons Landing  Salads & Sandwiches  it  Variety &j�� FOODS  Glbioni Undlm BBb-29]6  Soar above the writers' slrike and  summer re-runs  Keep boredom at bay with your  own imagination and any of the  THOUSANDS of BOOKS  AVAILABLE  Inext lo Webber Photo} V^j^.  277 Gower Pt. 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YUMMY BBQ'D PORK  1" cube fresh ginger root, grated 1 teaspoon salt  'A cup chopped onion 1 tablespoon water  1 teaspoon dried chill 1-1 % lbs. cubed pork  1 tablespoon Iresh lime juice  Pul the lirsl six ingredients in your blender. Whiz unlil mushed!  Marinade Ihe pork for at least two hours. Stick the cubes onto skewei s     ,  and barbecue.  DILLY BEANS  1. Top and tail a  bunch ol green beans,  each no longer  lhan your middle linger. __^__  2. Place in boiling water lor two minutes, Ihen draiiT  3. Boil equal parts cider vinegar and water. To each cup ol liquid add  one tablespoon coarse sail.  4. In each jar place one chili pepper, one garlic clove and one dill head.  5. Place beans in jar.  6. Strain liquid and pour over beans while hoi.  7. Seal jars and keep for one monlh before serving.  Enjoy each taste heal1  NEST LEWIS  Item by Item, We do more for you in providing Quality & Friendly Service 12.  Coast News, August 8,1988  LEISURE  Pages From A Life-Log  To the doorstep of the Stein  by Peter Trower  Montreal-horn Gibsons artist Molly Whitelaw Reid shows us  'Monday's Soup Pol', a painting from her 'Houseworks' project al  a Sechelt Arts Centre reception on Saturday for exhibitors in the  Annual Coast Summer Invitational Show, which will run until  ���Vern Klliotl pholo  The gravel road led pasl a set  Of floodgates and a dry spillway. To one side of this, a jumble of broken cribbing indicated  some long defunct mining  operation. Far above us, just  below the lip of the bowl, a  wrecked car clung surreally to  Ihe sleep bank, whether by  design or accident we couldn't  decide. The road ended al a  functioning hydro-electric plant  thai bore no hydro decals or  other identifying marks. This  appeared to be Walden North's  private power source but a rock  wall behind it barred any further progress. Thwarted again,  we headed back to Lillooel.  Yvonne slopped briefly at the  RCMP office to find out where  Walden North actually was. Wc  had been on the right track but  had jusi missed the proper access road. It lay slightly further  up the highway not far beyond  the point where we had lirsl  searched.  We had a long journey ahead  of us Ihe following day, but first  we decided to have one more  slab al penetrating Walden  North. This lime we found the  right driveway and headed  down it. At the bottom of Ihe  road sal a'gatekeeper's house  and ihe formidable gate we had  read aboul. Framed by two  great concrete pillars, lopped  with lamp standards, it dared  unauthorized entry.  August 21.  New books from Harbour Publishing  A guide to off-road travel  A large man in work gear  materialized from behind the  gatehouse. He was affable  enough and answered our questions readily. Evidently, he had  done mosl of the original construction work on the facility  for Vernon Pick and had now  formed a partnership with the  new owner. When we broached  the possibility of our venturing  beyond the gates however, the  big man was not forthcoming.  "Pat, ihe new owner really  doesn't want any visitors until  we get the renovations  finished," he told us firmly.  So lhal was il for Walden  Norlh.  Back in Lillooel we checked  out of ihe hotel, had breakfast  and headed north into the  Hridge River counlry. Our main  goal was to track down  whatever vestiges remained of  Minto, the once-thriving mining  community now slumbering  under Ihe waters of man-made  Carpenter Lake. We had undertaken a similar quest last year  when we tracked down drowned  Renala in the Kootenays, but  this was a different town and  differenl territory.  The highway twisted up from  the valley and along ihe steep  canyon of Ihe Yalacom River,  loaded logging trucks challenged us al regular intervals. The  scenery was spectacular, bul we  frequently skirled Ihe edges of  nail-biting dropoffs. There were  many blind comers and at one  point a huge crumbling hole  where half Ihe country seemed  to be sliding away inlo the canyon. Eventually, we began to  descend from these giddy  heights and the road turned up  the narrow throat of the Bridge  River watercourse, where a once  mighty flood has been reduced  to a fitful trickle.  Before long we arrived at the  cause of Ihe Bridge River's  diminishment, the Terzaghi  Dam. It was named after Karl  Terzaghi, the Austrian soil  scientist who oversaw its  building in the latter 1950's. The  junction to Seton Portage  veered off to the lefl across the  dam top at Ihis point. Originally, Yvonne and I had planned to  visit this historic spot too, but  were dissuaded by negative  reports about the road. We kept  to Ihe righl and headed off up  Carpenter Lake.  To be continued...  * GIBSONS LEGION  /SS  Branch *109  ^Xf   Members & Guests Welcome  New Entertainment Comes To The Legion  FRI., AUG. 12 & SAT., AUG. 13  ftOV SILUERS  The siime good dinners; the same Hrc.it camaraderie & NO COVtR  CHARGE. Members make uo j iwrly *. Introduce friends to your Legion,  For Dinner reservations call 8H6-2411  in Bruce Grierson  Some say it's ihe unexplored  places - ihe hidden lishing holes  and secluded campsites and sub-  Rlpine meadows - lhal mosl  rcllcci the character of the wesl  coasl.  Thai's why Vancouver  author and oil-road enthusiast  Mark Bostwick has written The  Four-Wheeler's Companion, a  tieJn bul comprehensive guide  io exploring the back-country  ol ll.C.'s southwest coast by car  or ii tick.  In his 170-page guide-book,  Bostwick has outlined 59 routes  within a lew hours drive oi  Vancouver, and divided I hem  -into eight geographic sections.  Most arc illustrated with access  maps or photos of inlcrcsi  points, and all begin wiih directions on how lo gel there.  Ihe mosl interesting and  ultimately practical pan of each  route summary is Bostwick's  own 'degree ol difficulty'  rating. Theeasiesl routes, usually day-trips down well-marked  logging roads,are assigned a  number of 1 or 2, while ihe  more 'expeditional' routes  receive higher numbers. I or example, Similkameen's Friday  Creek rales a 6, which, says the  legend, means, "Difficult and  perhaps dangerous lo ihe vehicle. This is ihe realm of burnt  clinches, denied skid plates,  scratched lenders...somebody  will gel stuck,..carry extra gas,  extra food, and a lool box.  Don'l go alone."  Inlormalion is ihe traveller's  mosl valuable tool, and  Bostwick has truly gone ihe extra mile lo provide ii. Aller-  nalive exits, proximity io gas  siations and campgrounds, and  seasonal and weather considerations are supplied.  The hook also includes iwo  sections Ihe green four-wheeler  will find indispensible. The first,  a guide lo choosing your vehicle  and accessories, is as informative as any trade magazine  with ihe advantage of objectivity. (Bostwick won't try to sell  you on anything you don't need  lo have a safe and enjoyable  outing). The second deals wiih  how to drive. How lo negotiate  boulders by 'rock crawling',  how io ford a rushing creek  without finding yourself and  your Toyola floaling  downstream.  Besl of all, The Four-  Wheeler's Companion is a good  brisk read, for Bostwell is deli  with ihe language and displays  an endearing sense of humour.  Al root, The Four-Wheeler's  Companion is aboul courting  new experience and aboul expanding ohe's limits. It's also  about the best investment any  off-road enthusiast is likely lo  make.  SUNSHINE  COAST  MINOR  HOCKEY  Would Like To Express Their Thanks  To the following Businesses & Organizations for their donations and  sponsorships for the 1988/89 Hockey Season:  = DONATIONS=  Gibsons Building Supplies FAB Logging  B.A. Blacktop Swanson's Ready Mix Ltd  = SPONSORS =====  Trail Bay Developments -  Shop-Easy  Pacifica Pharmacy  Sechelt Indian Band  Aquarius Sea Farms  Coast Cablevision  Royal Canadian Legion Br   140  Sunshine Coasl Credit Union  Trail Bay Sports  Canadian Paper Workers -  Union 1119  Royal Canadian Legion Br. 219  =�� WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT=  Shiatsu handbook  by Penny Fuller  "We want to do somelhing  for our health, bul inslead of  keeping healthy, we keep fit,  which is not the same thing. We  bounce around io loud,  rhythmic music and do  aerobics. We earnestly push  weight, develop muscles, ride  exercise bicycles lhal go  nowhere, and jog around ihe  block. In our pursuit of excellence we are fil and fatigued,  well-muscled and sick, (aimed  and   depressed."   Thus   Hajo  WE NEED YOUR  SUPPORT  GIBSONS  0>J  THRIFTY'S  Aug 10-24  10-4  886-2488 or Box 598  SCANTECH  RESOURCES   LTD.  ^MSCA N TFCH ^  -ScafuHe* Sale  SOLAR PANELS $rnn  Reg. $635.00 Now       UUU  Ewos mOWOUT PEmERS    $finn  Fleg. $750.00 NOW      UUU  Ewos HATCHERY FEEDERS   597c  Reg. $330.00 NOW    fclU  nm��miwnijbm��       $Ann  Reg. $470.00 NOW     HUU  ROPE $008/  Reg. $2.35/lb Now    C      /ID.  M"Oham   , $075/  Reg. $4.65/ft NOW     O      /ft.  Located at top of Field Rd��� PHONE 885-7107  Wilson Creek 1-800-663-7988  Hadeler sums up the difference  in ihe oriental and western approach lo heallh in his book  Shiatsu For Two.  In his clear, straight-forward  writing, Hadeler leads Ihe  reader lo a simple bul adequate  understanding of ihe basic  philosophy and principles  behind this ancient system of  healing. Shiatsu is offered as an  easily-learned technique of applying finger pressure along the  same palhways of energy that  are used in acupuncture, to aid  the body in healing itself and to  maintain heallh and a sense of  well being.  Bui ihis is more than a basic  lexibook on health maintenance. It is writlcn for couples,  and Shiatsu is offered as a gill  of intimacy which Iwo people  can bestow on each other as  they take turns focusing on, and  being sensitive lo, each olher.  The graphics which accompany ihe description of each"  meridian (pathway of energy)  are uncomplicated by excessive  detail, while ihe accompanying  text describes the parts of the  body allecled, Iheir functions  from bolh eastern and weslern  medical perspectives, and the  effect lhal shialsu has on each  pari of ihe system.  Hadeler has sludied 'energetic healing systems' all over  the world, and has sludied  biology, physiology, anatomy  and organic chemistry at  western universities. In Shiatsu  For Two he has presented his  extensive knowledge in a demystified way that any beginner  can understand and, wilh a liltle  work at memorizing the various  meridians, can use.  Shialsu For Two is available  al local bookstores, bul Sunshine Coast residents have an  advantage over Ihe rest of the  reading public. Hajo Hadeler  resides in Sechelt, and in August  will be offering a live-day  workshop al. Rockwood Lodge,  where people will have the opportunity to learn the basic  skills and techniques outlined in  his book under Ihe guidance of  the author himself. Anyone  wishing further information on  this workshop should call  885-5115.  "The FAMILY CHANNEL"  Featuring "Disney" Programming,  is coming  SEPTEMBER 1, 1988  1,1^  And it's FREE as a bonus to ALL existing  Pay Television Subscribers for the  WHOLE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER!  Only $9.95/month (plus taxes)  FOR BASIC SUBSCRIBERS  'And Basic Subscribers, you too will have  a FREE PREVIEW during the LAST  WEEK of SEPTEMBER but why not sign  up now for Superchannel at $13.95* or the  Sports Network and Much Music at $8.95*  per month and enjoy a month long free  preview of THE FAMILY CHANNEL in  September.  Taxes are extra,  a deposit may be necessary  Just drop in to  Coast Cable Vision,  5555 Wharf Road  In Sechelt  and get connectedl  COAST CABLE VISION LTD.  885-3224 The cast of the Driftwood Players' production of Crimes of the Heart takes a bow after a performance in  the Gibsons Elementary School Gym. The Pulitzer Prize-winning play was the first of this year's Summer Play Parade double-bill (see story this page). -Vern ESIotl photo  Summer Play Parade  Crimes of the Heart  pleases local audiences  By Bruce Grierson  The Summer Play Parade  began an auspicious run last  week at Gibsons Elementary  School, as the Driftwood  Players presented Crimes of the  Heart, Beth Henley's vivid and  compassionate tale of love and  loss in the American deep  south.  The Pulitzer Prize-winning  play fcalure three sisters, the  Magraths, who come together  on the occasion of a personal  crisis lo find their lives in disarray, two because they have indulged iheir passions, the third  because she has not. But it's the  very adversity each has encountered that forges a great  bond bclvveen them, and makes  ihis play - for all ils undercurrents of death and desolation  -ultimately uplifting.  The piece sinks or sails on the  strength of the irjterplay between the three women, and as  such it's a difficult and risky  piece of theatre for a communily group lo take on. To its  credit, the local ensemble rose  lo the challenge with long hours  of preparalion and some very  inspired acting.  Arline Collins, whose  southern drawl was consistent  and convincing, gave a solid  performance as dispirited eldest  sisler Lenny, while Fran Burnside was engaging as devil-may-  care middle sisler, Meg. But  most striking of all was the  work of newcomer Christabel  Watson, who absolulely shone  as Babe, the youngest sister  whose attempted murder of her  husband has brought Ihe three  together in the Mississippi  house. Watson showed incredible range as Ihe flighty,  vulnerable young belle in the  role - arguably (he mosl difficult  of the three - for which Sissy  Spacek won an Academy  Award.  In supporting roles, David  Morgan was dapper and dependable (called in late he had only  two weeks to rehearse) as hotshot attorney Barnette Lloyd,  and   John   Burnside   played  Cable  Eleven  Thurs. Aug. II  7:00 PM  Nyon/a Singers & Dancers  Taped al Ihe Twilight Thealre  on July 11 Ihe Nyon/a singers  and dancers from Uganda performed in Gibsons sponsored  by the Sunshine Coasl Arts  Council and Coasl Churches.  8:30 PM  The Crafts Fair  Taped in Sechell al Hackett  Park on Salurday Coasl Cable  TV looks al the crowds, crafts  and craftspeople.  This Community  Television Schedule  Courtesy of: -��� ��� ��� ���  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281 :  Meg's ex-lover Doc Porter with  fine reservation. Rhonda Ribordy was hilarious as the corrosive  cousin Chick, blustering about  the stage in high dudgeon and  spandex pants.  Remarkable about the performance was the play's length  -well over three hours in three  acts. More remarkable was lhat  Ihe entire audience stayed  aboard until the end, charmed  by character revealed in actions  as simple as mixing lemonade  and dealing cards, and ihe exchange of energy between Ihe  three actresses.  It's the firsl year Driftwood  has hired a professional director  for its Play Parade, and Ihe  decision clearly paid dividends.  The steady directorial hand of  Vancouver-based Ted Price was  nearly always evident - in the  rhythm of the dialogue, ihe  strict attention lo detail (Ihe  light in the fridge actually worked), and the deft use of the  physical space, as actors  covered the stage as gracefully  as figure-skaters aboul a rink,  each action growing logically  from ils precedent.  All told, it was a very i  run of a very good play, and if  Its reception here last week is  any indication, those who missed il will gel a second chance in  ihe near future.  Pinter next  at Play  Parade  Tonight marks the last performance of Crimes of the  Heart, by Beth Henley, at Gibsons Elementary School Gym, 8  pm. The Fourth Summer Play  Parade will continue next week  on Tuesday, August 16, when  Harold Pinter's Betrayal begins  a five-night run.  Where Crimes of the Heart  examines the lives of the  Magrath family through a  24-hour microcosm, Betrayal  spans almost 10 years in the  lives of Emma (Nesl Lewis), her  husband Robert (Paul Murphy)  and his besl friend Jerry (John  Morris). Time fascinates Pinter;  in Betrayal he shapes il io lead  us from the present lime back,  peeling away layers of the story  until we are left al the firsl moment of...bul that would give il  away.  Emma, Robert and Jerry  have build a tower of betrayals  lo hold up iheir lives; it's a  sophisticated comedy of errors  with the audience as voyeur to  Ihe secrets of these private lives.  Betrayal runs from August 16  to 20 at the Gibsons Elementary  School Gym. Doors open at  7:30 pm, the show begins at 8  pm sharp and there will be no  admittance after that time.  Tickets are $6 for adults, $4.50  for sludenls.  Coast News, August 8,1988  WELCOME TO CAFE KLAUS  \  13. N  DELICIOUS CONTINENTAL CUISINE  EVER FINE PASTRIES AND BAKED GOODS/  Featuring:  In Our New Location  5653 Cowrie Street. 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The  tranquility of the scene with the little bridge, the swans and  ducks happily receiving handouts plus the sheer beauty of the  place make it indeed a jewel.  So, while you are enjoying the scenery you will probably  feel the pangs of hunger taking over. No problem. You'll get  a really good meal right there.  Sunday evening is buffet night where you can devour as  much as you wish. It's always good lo slarl off with the salad  bar which offers a good selection of fresh veggies, then head  into the main course where Gibb, the genial owner is on hand  to carve the delicious roast beef and ham of your choice. Try  the barbecued ribs, they are scrumptious loo. Help yourself  to mashed potatoes, peas and carrots, and if you are like my  husband and I you will go for lots of Ihe good brown gravy.  A pause for a cup of coffee is in order a! this poinl while this  ample meal gets time to settle prior lo tackling the choice  desserts, which, on this occasion gave a choice between, or  both if you wished, a rich and thoroughly decadent cherry trifle and a delicious chocolate torte. We sampled a taste of each  and were glad we did.  We noticed a fair amount of visiting families enjoying the  hospitality as well as folks from Sechell and Halmoon Bay.  The atmosphere is friendly and unpretentious, a delightful  spot at which to treat the whole family to a dining out experience. Gracious hostess Liz, was on hand to greet her  regular customers and give a warm friendly welcome to her  visitors, while two attentive waitresses tended our every need.  Sunday was indeed a most pleasant evening spent at Ruby  Lake Restaurant, and the best part of all, the cost for all this  was only $10.95 each.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yel  casual aimosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. .Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays & Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seals.  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel   Come  enjoy a special dining experience al Lord  Jim's Resort. The aimosphere is warm  and intimate, ihe views magnificent, Our  imaginative menu features Ihe freshest  local seafoods and esciling daily specials,  all prepared with a bright, Wesl Coasl  Hair. Some selections from our current  menu include rich and decadent Seafood  Bisque, pan-fried Snapper with Dill  Sauce, Fillet of Lamb with a lighl Dijon  Mustard Sauce. Dining room and lounge  service. Opeii for breakfast and lunch,  Sal. & Sun., for dinner Thurs., Fri, & Sal,  Irom 6 pm. Please plume for mid-week  dining hours. All major cards accepted,  For reservations ami hours please call  885-7038. Ole's Cove, jusi north of Secret  Cove on Hwv. 101.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Mariners*  Restaurant - On ihe  waierfroni with one of the most spec-  lacular views in Gibsons, the Mariners'  specializes in fresh and live seafood, and  also offers a full range of lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change daily,  wilh delicious daily specials. Sunday  features an a la carte Brunch from 10 am  unlil 3 pm, with new selections each week.  Marine Drive, Gibsons Landing,  886-2334. Open 7 days a week: 11 am -10  pm (Sundays from 10 am). 100 seats, V,  M.C.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  I obsler House - with a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good lime atmosphere, ihe Omega is a people-  watcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes plaza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Sieaks and seafood  are iheir specialties. Banque) facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20, Reservations recommended, I ocaied in Gibsons  Landing at 1538 Gower Point Rd  886-2268. Open Sunllmrs, 4-10 pm. I'ri  and Silt 4-11 pm. Seats 145.  EAMIIY DINING  Average meal prices quoted do not include liquor.  Cornerstone Tea House -  Featuring traditional cream tea, luscious  desserts and lunches. I al inside or out  and enjoy watching the goings on of the  Gibsons waterfront. Open Ham to 5pm  weekends only. Located at 52V Hwy, 101  and School Road in Lower Gibsons  (beside Ihe municipal parking lot), lor  reservations call 886-9261,  The Homestead - Daily lunch and  dinner specials as well as regular entrees.  Lunches include sandwiches, hamburgers, pyrogies and salads. Dinner  selections include steaks, chicken and  seafood. Prime Rib and 15 item salad  bar are the house specially on Friday,  Saturday and Sunday nights. Average  family meal for four $25-$30. Hwy 101,  Wilson Creek, 885-2933. Open 8 am - 9  pm daily. 40 seats inside, 30 seat patio.  Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Ruby Lake Resort - Lovely view of  lake from Ruby Lake's post and beam  dining room and good highway access for  vehicles of all sizes. Breakfast served all  day. Lunch prices begin at $2.50, dinners  from $5.50 including salad bar. Smorgasbord Sunday nights includes 12 salads,  three hot meal dishes and two desserts,  $10.95 for adults, $5.50 for children  under 12. Tiny tots free. A great family  outing destination. Absolutely superb  prime rib every Friday night. Average  family dinner for four $20-25. Sunshine  Coast Hwy, Pender Harbour -883-2269.  Open 7 days a week, 7 am - 9 pm. 54  scats. V., MC. Breakfast, lunch and din  ner.  Cedar's Inn - Appetizers all day till I!  pm. Darts every Sun. Everyone welcome.  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons -886-8171. Open 11  am - midnight, Sun-Thurs; 11 am -1 am,  Fri-Sat. 100 seats. V., MC. Regular menu  11 am to 8:30 pm.  PAID ADVERTISEMENTS  Pronto's Restaurants Two locations  to serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne,  ribs, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees include garlic bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meal for four about $15-520 Located at  Wharf Rd��� Sechell, 885-1919: and in  Cedar Plaza, Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-8138.  The Wharf Restaurant - Spectacular sunsets and intimate evening dining with a breath-taking view from every  table. We serve superb North American  and International Cuisine, and offer a  line wine selection. Relax and enjoy our  many gourmet delights in the comfortable  ambiance created by our tasteful, cosy  decor and unbeatable selling. Dinner Is  served 7 days a week, from 5 pm. Join us  for our fantastic Sunday Brunch from 8  am to 2 pm. We also cater to conventions  and private functions in our glassed-in  atrium style Bayside Room. Open Mon.  -Sat. 7 am - 2 pm and 5 - 10 pm: Sun, 8  am - 2 pm and 5 - 9 pm. 56 seats. Reservations recommended, Ml major cards  accepted. Hwy. 101, Davis Bav,  885-7285.  EAT IN - TAKE OUT  Chicken Shack - Deep Wed chicken,  pi/7.1, fianitmrgcrs. salads, BBQ half  chicken, BBQ ribs. All to go. Cowrie St..  Sechell -S85-7414. Video Rentals, Open  11 ani - 9 pm, Mon-Thur; 11 am - 10 pm,  Fri-Sat; noon - 9 pm, Sun. Home deliver,  within 5 miles of store alter 4 p.m.  Mariners' Take-Out - Iresh Fish &  Chips. Mon.-Fri., 3-10 pm. Sat. A Sun.  II am ��� 10 pm. Marine Drive, Gibsons  landing. 886-2337.  Ye   Olde   English   Doughnut  Shoppe - Super lunch bar for eal in or  lake-out. Two soups daily, numerous  sandwich selections, 18-choice salad bar.  Hoi selections include Shephard's pie,  nicchini strips, stuffed crepes, beef dip  and hoi turkey sandwich. There's always  a Daily Special - plus, of course, our  famous doughnuts, muffins, Cornish  pasties, sausage rolls, scones...and more!  Murchie's coffee and teas, Cappuccino  and Espresso. Open Mon.-Sai., 6 am  -5:30 pm, 24 seats, V., MC. Cowrie St.,  Sechell, 885-2616.  HM 14.  Coast News, August 8,1988  SPORTS  *n   r  Pender Golf  by Terry Dougan  Pender Harbour Golf Club  now has power carts for rent.  For those of you who think #4 is  a liltle loo much to walk up,  there's no excuse now. The  number of carts is limited, so  advance booking is recommended. Call 883-9541.  In mixed twilite on July 25,  28 golfers turned out in the  heat. The winners were Eric An-  tilla and Carol Reid; second  place were Carl Rietze and Bea  McFarlane; third were Ellie  Scoular and Jim Buntain. Lois  Haddon and Al Harbord were  ihe mosl honest golfers. Bill  Jack was closes! lo the pin on  #3, Murrell Smith on #6.  Thirly-seven senior men  played on July 26. The first low  gross was George Langham  with a 40; second was Jim Bun-  lain with 41; third was Henry  Merry with 43; first low nel was  Bill Jack with a 29; second was  George Grout with 33; third was  Eric Antilla with 33. Neil Mc-  Cullough had closest to the pin  on #3, and Dave Dakin had  closest on #6.  The ladies played 'blind partners' on July 28. Marge  Cumbers and Mavis Schindle  came in first; Blanche Paton  and Diana Whyte were second.  Flash: Moni Langham broke  100 while playing the Crabb  Match Tourney!  On July 30, 35 showed up for  the mixed scramble. They  played in teams of four and used two drives each. The winning  team was Dutch Haddon,  Marge Cumbers, Peg Lawrenuk  and Carol Reid; second were  Moni Langham, Eric Antilla,  Pat Mitchell and Ry Cumbers.  K.P. 03 Carol Reid, #6 Dave  Dakin. Ed McAllister had the  men's longest drive and Calhy  McQuitty had (he ladies'.  Reference: Point Atkinson foi skoekumehuk Narrow e__ i ur 45����,  D^-it;- e�� A__A t'___ plus 5 min. lor eich It ot rise,  Pacific Standard Time       ,�����,ml��� io, ..cm. 01 mi.  ���0^2?*  i. HARBOUR VIEW MARINE,.,, -.,,��,,,.,..-   886-2233 J  Backhand tips  by Leah Bennett  John Moorby takes a hearty swing on Saturday during the Cedars  Inn-vitational golf tournament. More pictures and results next  week. -Vera Elliott photo  S.C. Golf it Country Club  bv Frank Nanson  The low gross winner in the  ladies' seclion was Anna May  Taylor of the Seymour Club  with a two day total of 169,  followed by Virginia Douglas of  our club wilh a 171. In ihe  men's seclion, Tom Rippon was  firsl with a two day gross of  144. This is Tom's second year  in a row and Anna May's ninth  in first place! Our own Debbie  Snedden is to be congratulated  for winning the 'low nel of the  field' in Ihe women's seclion  with a sizzling 140. Debbie had  never broken 90 before and did  it both days! Ruby Head came  I in with the second  low  net.  ! Other low net winners were Bar-  1 bara Mercer, Marion Reeves  and Jean Dean, all of our club.  Isabel Rendleman was closest 10  the pin on the 8lh hole.  ll was a real pleasure to hear  of the many compliments our  members received from the  visiting members on the condition of our course. Lei us make  certain lhal Ihe greens crew, as  well as chairman Slu Lefeaux  and his committee, receive some  lhanks from our members for a  job well done. Visitors from all  areas indicated that our course  is in the besl shape ever ihis  year, and in better shape than  many of Iheir home clubs.  The ladies' day results were as  follows. The first flight had Pal  Vaughan in firsl place, followed  by Doreen Harris and Anne  Burton. The second flighl winner was Vera Munro, with Rita  Hincks second and Celia Meda  third. In third flight, Joyce  McMillan   was   first,   Helen  ' Milburn second and Bernice  Bader third.  Our nine-hole ladies ran a  lournament that had Barb  Rellon and Louise Varco tieing  for first and Beth Peal taking  second place. Elinor Knight and  Nan McFarlane tied for the  least pulls honour.  The senior men's day had Les  Head, Al Boyes, Guy Lewcll  and Ernie Hume in firsl place  ��� with a leam net of 98. Second  spot was laken by George  Grant, Sheridan Grcig, Jim  Niclson and Dave Doig. Whal is  ! the hidden skill lhal has pul  ', Dave  Doig  in  ihe prizes so  : often?  Then came Ihe big winners, in  ��� a rink stacked wilh imports  from as far away as Florida and  including one each from Seattle  Portable  Toilet  and easlern Canada, Jack  Milburne, his son Harry  Milburne, son-in-law Ralph  Kinman and George Bayford.  The wood trophies were handed  oul 10 each of Ihem. II has been  mentioned lhal if ihe rest of us  had known that imports were  permitted, the results would  have been very different. The  directors are asked to note this  complaint and take necessary  action.  RE: How 10 hit better  backhands and week 5 performance awards and mini-  tournamcnl results.  On  the  backhand  ground-  stroke   in   lennis,   try   to  remember Iwo key elements,  ihe shoulder lurn and Ihe weight  transfer.  If you lake the racquet back  early, with your elbow close to  your body, you will be able to  turn your shoulders so that they  are sideways lo the nel. Also, as  you hit ihe stroke, transfer your  weight onto your forward fool.  If bolh of these things are  done, you'll be hitting  backhands with much more  pace.  In week five of ihe Sunshine  Coast Tennis Program, the  following young players earned  beginning badges: Matthew  Scott,   Cindy   Ng,   Chris  Lcighton, Colleen Duncan and  Michael Lowden.  In mini-tournament action  Matthew Scotl defeated  Michael Lowden 2-1.  Tennis lessons continue in  Gibsons and Sechelt until  August 11. For more information, call Leah at 886-7581.  Keats swim  results  All contestants finished the  Sea Cavalcade Keats Island  Swim, in Ihe following order:  Firsl - Diane Andrichuck  31:15; second - Lother Hirsch-  felder 35:05; Ihird - Karcis  Bauldauf 35:20; fourth -Dave  Bracket! 37:04; Ruth Duffin,  Sieve Partridge, Rick Souter,  Tybor Bauldauf, Toni Radeau,  David Webb, Eric Miller, Lizzie  Wilson, Laura Russell, Blair  McHenry, Dena Sheehan.  HOME/.1LL  Building  Centre   A.C. Building Supplies���|  We carry a  FULL LINE  ot HOT TUB  and SWIMMING  POOL  Chemicals, Supplies  and Accessories  Ask For Your Copy 01 Our  Complete Product List  AC Building Supplies  \BUILDING/  \SUPPLHsy     Francis pen|nsU|a P|ace pen(lBr Harbour      883-9551  Rente s  ��� Construction Sites  ��� Special Events  ��� Outdoor Picnics  ��� Weddings, etc.  Alto:  Septic Tank Pumping  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  Announcing British Columbia's New  Family Maintenance  Enforcement Program  We owe it to our  children.  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Iloalalion lires   _J  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS*  t ROLANDS-  HOME IMPROVEMENTS LTD.1  ��� 5" Continuous aluminum gutters  ��� Aluminum soffits 8. lascias  ��� Built-in vacuum systems  .���Vinyl siding 885-3562  r  /SUPPLYING:  ��� Vinyl Siding ��� Sundeck Coatings  / ��� Aluminum Railings ��� Aluminum Awnings  I  ��� Aluminum Patio Covers  / * Power Washing  CONSTABLE  7 CONTRACTING  New Homes ��� Renovations ���  ��� Electrical ��� Plumbing ���  Contractor   ��� TOM CONSTABLE  886-3344 886-3364  HEATING ���  Serving The Entire Sunshine Const  Gibsons C.ill 886 3002 Paul Franske  IC6 LIQUID GAS  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality BB. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101. across SI.  from Big Mac's, Sechelt  BC FGRRIGS  Schedule  SUMMER '88  VANCOUVER-SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY-LANGDALE  RSEI  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE-SALTERY BAY  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am   3:30 pm M  9:30 M    5:30  11:30 am 7:25 M  1:15 pm  9:15  11:00 Hoi  Mom   UNIT  M' denotes no Maverick Bui on Sundays ���  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 M'       4:30  10:30 am     6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  in-ins"''  '".Ilium M������ oNir  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am       6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pm M   10:20 M  4:30 pm  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 M    5:30 M  9:25 M  11:30  3:30 pm  7:30  9:30  M denotes Maverick Bus  Lv. Earls Cove  8:20  2:30  Lv. Saltery Bay  7.35  1:30 pm  OMEGA  Tarminal  'Not* Ih.rn will bft no  "First Ferry" run on  Sundays & Mondays  '1:02  in  us  11:46  1:40  J:45  S:45  Glbions        '600    Sunnycraat   '6:56 Loarar  Marina Mr   Mall 1:00 Sua  10:00 Shaltar  12:00  11:47  1:4!  3:47  5*7  Leaves Sechell  lor Gibsons  The Dock. Cowrie Slreel  MINI BUS SCHEDULE |  Monday        Tuesday  1:60  4:00  6:00  �����:0J    Fany  8:03   Tarminal  10:01  12:09  1:5)  4:03  6:03  ���0:10  1:10  10:10  12:10  2:05  4:10  6:10  8 40 a m  ���10 00 a m  1 00 p m  ��� 3 15 pm  j 40 a m  ���10 00 am  1 00 p m  2 30pm  Wednesday  8 40am  ���10 00 am  I 00 p m  ' 3 15 p m  Thursday Friday  8 40 a m 8 40 a m  ���10 00am 1000 am  1 00 p m  2 30pm 3 15 pm  Leaves Gibsons  lot Sechelt  Lower Gibsons.  Municipal Parking Lol.  Gower PI. Rd.   9 15 a m 9 15 a m 9 15am 9 15 a m  ���1045am 1145am ���1045am 1145am  ��� 1 35 p m 1 50 p m ��� 1 35 p m ���  I 35 p m  4 00 p m ' 4 00 p m 4 00 p m ��� 4 00 p m  9 15am  10 45 am  4 00 p m  10WEH ROAD" route ��� via Flume Road. Beach Avenue i Lower Road  Suncoast Transportation Schedules Sponsored By  New owners of  13 Years Travel Experience  ������ 886-9255 ===  GfotMtt Tww!e -<^S.ueemlAg(!W^  Insurance, QutopfcV)   Notary  ================ 886-2000 =  Red Carpet Service From friendly Professionals In Sunnycresl Mall, Cibsons  U^ * Sail Water Licences  # Motel & Campsites   * Water Taxi  * Marine Repairs  * Ice and Tackle       883-2266  Sutherland marine  Mobile Marine Service & Repair  ��� Dockside or Dryland ���  Factory Authorized Sales & Service For  ���WaTrfaTHImiK    ff\Sf\JUl/��f  OUTBOARDS      STERN DRIVIaflNtOMOl  1 Parts & Service for all makes of outboards   & stern drives   Situated at VHF7CB9  I COHO MARINA, Madeira Park      883-11197  MISC SERVICES ���  JON JAREMA  DESIGN CONSULTANT  I'kl-.l IMIV\KY I)1A'H.UI'MI M CONCEPTS  ( USTOW HOME DESIGN  ���'( IVATII ��N^ < >K A1H>1 HI INS ��� REVISH >\ (rt EXISTING* 1'I.ANS  DRAWINGS AMI RENDERINGS  il I  88(i-89J0 It) DIM i ss VOUR Mtt\ll  IWIROWIIM  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts & Beams  Chris Napper 886-3468  R.R.M, S6, C78,  Gibsons, B.C. VON tVO  >L HEARING Tea.,.  i\6* Barbara F. Lincez l**f'A/^  - ��AV REQISTEHED TECH 'A  V* _,__ ��� Appoinlments ��� 886-3883 "$���  ��� W.C-B. Approved Contractor  ��� Hearing Protection Equipment  ��� Servicing All Industries  OFFICE  1*3 PflATT RD . GIBSONS. B.C VON 1V0  ft  n  r\  CHAINSAWS  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  CHAINSAW LTD.  QHvVY. 101&PrWTTRD. 886-2912 J  COMPLETE LANDSCAPE SERVICE  Designing. Turl elc  Free Estimates  BARK MULCH c97n  15vds delivered in Secnell t��l\J  6.7' 8,8 GOLDEN  HEDGING EVERGREENS  53��/lt  COASTS LARGESTNUflSEflV  JO ACHCS OF PLANTS  MURRAY'S NURSERY 261.21S1  Locaierj 1 mile nortn ot Hwy 101 on Mason Rd     885-2974   _j  886-7359  <D  Conversion   Windows,   Gloss,  Auto  &   Marine   Glass, Aluminum Windows  & Screens,  ..                                     Mirrors  , Hwv 101 & Prall Rd. ,  Custom Carpet Sales  & installations  i~i~'-  _ 4$?  WIDE SELECTION OF:  ��� Brand Name Carpets  ��� Saaony Plush, Cut & Loop,  Barbei Wool, Level Loop  ��� Resilient Flooring (Lino)  ��� Exclusive European  Flooring Designs  ��� Custom Installation  "QUALITY IS SATISFACTION".  ���sn���� For Appointment Call  IN HOME SHOPPING   I 886-8868  I  GREAT  PACIFIC  MANAGEMENT  CO.. LTD. (EST. 1965)  ��� Financial Planning Service  ��� Investment Fund  ��� RRSP's  ��� Retirement Income Funds  ��� Tax Shelters  Alasdair W, Irvine  Rcpretrniaiivr  (604)886-6600  I27, Citrons, B.C. VON IVO  | SUNSHINE KITCHENS'  . CABINETS.  888-9411  I Showroom Kern's Pint, Hwy 101  pen Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pm  __________~s?_�� - ��� :. "> Rhythms of Life  Reflection on the window in time  by Penny Fuller  Almost a year ago, on  August 16 and 17, 1987, we experienced the 'Harmonic Convergence' (or Harmonic Convulsion as a friend of mine calls  it). In his book, The Mayan  Factor, Jose Arguelles described  this two-day period as 'window  in time' which would bring the  earth into a five-year period  of polarization and purification, which in turn would lead  through several major evolutionary stages, culminating in a  transformation of life on earth  as we know it.  In spite of some rather  adolescent derision expressed by  the media, it is apparent that far  more than the 144,000 hoped  for participated in meditation  and celebrations of love for this  earth. All over Ihe world, in  groups large and small, people  rose lo greel the dawn and focus,  on the wonder of Ihis planet.  Did it make a difference? Was  the Harmonic Convergence just  a world-wide love fesl and crafl  fair?  1 don'l have statistics of  events on a global basis. It  seems that there has been an  acceleration of major events in  political and religious arenas.  Bui I believe (hat most people  will see the mosl obvious effects  of Ihis time in Iheir own per  sonal lives, where rapid and  emotionally revolutionary  changes have been happening  on an internal level.  Throughoul 1988 there has  been an emphasis, as represented by the positions of  Uranus and Saturn, on the  struggle wilhin each of us lo express our individuality within  the confines of the restrictions  placed on us by olhers. That  spark of genius, that gift of our  true selves thai we can offer the  world has been pushing ils way  into our awareness where it runs  smack into a wall of 'thou shall  nots'.  This internal polarization is  an important issue for each of  us to resolve and balance in  preparation for new stages of  personal growth which will be  essenlial in contributing to the  resnlution of worldwide conflict. It's nol easy, to quote  Arguelles, "When ihe l.ighl  hits, the Dark gels lough." The  challenges that you are facing  now may be some of the most  difficult you will ever resolve.  There arc, possibly, key limes  for finding the answers that you  need inside yourself.  Last winler I was handed a  printed sheet which claimed that  pari of the posl-convergence  process involved intense energy  influxes al specific times beginning on February 15 and occurring   every   ihree   months  Tennis event  August 19, 20 and 21 are the  dales for Ihe Annual Sea  Cavalcade Tennis Tournament.  Ladies' singles and doubles,  men's singles and doubles and  mixed events will all be held on  Ihe courts of both Dougal and  Brothers Parks, wilh the former  being the centre for scheduling (and for paying the $5 entrance fee).  Players at all levels are  welcome, and the theory of  descending probability should  assure entrants of at least three  matches.  Entries may be made at B&D  Sports in Sunnycresl Mall,  886-4635 or to Eric Cardinall,  886-7449. Entries close Wednesday, August 17. Matches slart  Friday, Augusi 19, al 5 pm.  Sale - Secure  BANK VAULT  Off Site Computer  Back-up  DISK STORAGE  886-7995  ANGLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  St. Columba of lona Parish  8835 Redrooffs Rd., Halfmoon Buy  The Rev'cl E.S. die: 1-525-6760  Information: 685-70SB  "Prayer tkiok Anglican"   .����!.��   THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services  CIBSONS  Glassford Road  Sunday School  ST. |OHN'S  Davis Bay  SundaySchool  Rev. Alex C. Reid  Church Telephone 886-2333  11:15am  10:00 am  9:30 am  9:30 am  -a��M��-  CRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:15am,  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm in homes  Wednesday Bible  Study 7:30 pm in homes  ). Cameron Fraser, Pastor  885-7488  ALL WELCOME   .��.��.��   ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S  & ST. AIDAN'S  ANCLICAN CHURCHES  Parish Family Eucharist  Church School 10 am  St. Aidan's, R.C. Road 6:30 pm  First Sunday in monlh during  summer  Rev. I.E. Robinson, 8B6-8436   ��4��4*   CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road, Cibsons  SundaySchool 9:30 AM  Morning Worship Service 11 AM  Interim Pastor  Arthur Willis  Arlys Peters, Minister of Music  Church Office: 886-2611   tt*��t   GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in Worship  Prayer Sun.  9:30 AM  Morning Worship Sun. 10:00 AM  Wednesday 7:00 PM  599 Cower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  THE SECHELT PARISH  of the ANGLICAN CHURCH  dST. HILDA'S (Sechelt)  flam     Holy Communion  9:30 am      Family Service  ST. ANDREW'S (Madeira Park)  11:30 am 885-5019  Rev. lune Maffin  jr��.��.r__  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  Morning Worship 10:00 am  Prayer 8. Bible Study  Wednesday, 7:30 pm  Vacation Bible School,  Augusi I5lh-19th.  Ages 2-7. Pre-regisler now.  883-2374 & 883-9441  Paslor Mike Klassen  Affiliated wiih ihe Pentecostal  Assemblies ol Canada  .\i.tm  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  New Church building on  School Road ��� opp. RCMP  Paslor Ted Boodle  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Bible Sludy  Weds, at 7:30 pm  Phone  886-9482 or 886-7107  Affiliated with the  Pentecostal Assemblies  of Canada   .��.��.*   THE SALVATION ARMY  Next to Langdale Ferry  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 10:30 am  Pickup For Sunday School  In Gibsons Area  Phone 886-9759 or 886-3761  lohn & Bev Studiman  We Extend A  Warm Welcome To AJI  thereafter on Ihe 15th day. It  was recommended that long  periods of meditation on those  dates would be beneficial.  There was no source given for  this informa'ion and I received  il from a friend, who got ii from  a friend, who received il in ihe  mail. Needless lo say, I filed ii  away as an interesting curiousity  and watched. It did seem to me  thai there was an increase in  emotional   turmoil   on   and  around February 15. On May  15, 1 decided lo consciously  work wilh it, and believe that  there was a significant increase  in inner clarity.  The next date, if the information is accurate, of intense  energy influx is August 15.1 can  only suggest that you try for  yourself some prolonged meditation and see if it aids you in  finding Ihe inner balance that  you need.  =Unity comes firsts  Uniting mankind can't wait until our other problems arc solved.  In fact OUt problem* arc getting worse because our world has become one country and its problems can only be solved by the uniied  will of all its peoples.  Over a century ago. Baha'u'llah, the ('(.under ol the Baha'i Faith  said: "The well-being of mankind, its peace and security are unattainable unless and until its unity is firmly established."  The teachings Baha'u'llah has brought from (loJ in this age show  the way to unity foi all mankind.   As wc in the Baha'i community  try to put them into practice, we are finding that there are no shortcuts, unity comes first.  Informal discussions TUBS., 7:30 pin 886-2078 or 886-9294  Baha'i Faith  COAST NEWS Photo   Reprints  Any published photo or your  choice from the contact sheet*  5x7    $6"  8x10   901  Sunshine Coast Regional District  BULLETIN BOARD  Royal Terraces Building  corner of Whart Rd., and Teredo St.  Sechelt  mUPCOMING MEETINGSI  Thursday, August 11 ���  Parks Committee ��� 3:00 pm  Regional Hospital District Meeting - 7:30 pm  Regular Board Meeting - following Regional  Hospital District Meeting  "PLEASE NOTE:  The   Economic   Development   Commission  meeting has been rescheduled to  Monday, August 29 at NOON.  SUNSHINE COAST  ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT  COMMISSION  is seeking applications for  sMEMBER AT LARGE?  to participate as a FULL MEMBER  on the Commission  Special consideration will be given to applicants  who would be representative of:  Industry, Labour, Business or the Arts  For further information contact:  B. Moore, Economic Development Officer  885-2261  OR  Apply in person at the SCRD office  5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C.   DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS 15 =  AUGUST 19, 19B8 AT 3:00 PM  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION OF CROWN LAND  Take notice that the Regional District of the Sunshine Coast intends to apply for a license of occupation (File #2403943) for a community float on  the foreshore fronting Sangster Road, containing  .004 hectares, more or less. Commencing at the  point on the highwater mark at the most northwesterly corner on Sangster Road, District Lot  1023, Plan 7238, Group 1, N.W.D.; thence west to a  point on the highwater mark; thence north along  the highwater mark to the point of commencement.  PAQ  LAKE  Comments concerning this application may be  made to the office of the Senior Land Officer, #210  - 4240 Manor Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5G 1B2.  MON.  [MINIBUS TIMETABLE:^  TUES. WED. THURS. FRI.  Leaves  Sechelt  lor  Qlbsons  Leaves  Gibsons  for  Sechelt  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower Roarl)  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower RoarJ)  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower Road)  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower Road)  1:00 pm  3:15 pm  (Lower Roarli  1:00 pm  2:30 pm  1:00 pm  3:15 pm  (Lower Road)  1:00 pm  2:30 pm  9:15 am  10:45 am  (Lower Road)  1:35 pm  (Lower Road)  4:00 pm  9:15 am  9:15 am  9:15 am  11:45 am  1:50 pm  4:00 pm  (Lrfwcr Road)  10:45 am  (Lower Road)  1:35 pm  ILower Road)  11:45 am  1:35 pm  (Lower Road)  4:00 pm  4:00 pm  (Lower Road)  8:40 am  10:00 am  3:15 pm  9:15 am  10:45 am  4:00 pm  P.O. Box 800  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-2261  TROUT LAKE/  HOTEL LAKE  Please be advised that  Motor Boats are NOT allowed  in the above mentioned lakes  Thank you for your cooperation  FUN IN THE SUN - FRENCH TWIST  i Summ"  Fun?  *��&*?****  In you  Register in the Summer Day Camp program of  your choice! Both the French and English Day  Camps have openings for the following sessions:  August 8-12  August 15-19  August 22-26  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL:  Anna Gowriluk 886-2274  Fun In the Sun and French Twist are  Sponsored by:  West Howe Sound Recreation Advisory Committee  _Gibsons Areas  SPRINKLING  REGULATIONS  RE: North, Reed, Chamberlin, Bridgeman, Boyle,  Stewart, and Harvey Roads as well as I.RJ26  (Chekwelp).  There has been some Improvement In the Gibsons  Reservoir levels and sprinkling will be permitted  on the following schedule:  ���=ODD NUMBERED HOUSES:^  Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7-10 am  =EVEN NUMBERED HOUSES:^  Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 7-10 am  Thank you for your cooperation  S. Lehmann  Works Superintendent  SPRINLKING  REGULATIONS!  The following regulations apply to  properties serviced by the SCRD water system:  As a reminder, one sprinkler per property  Is allowed  IHOdd Numbered Houses!  Monday, Wednesday, from 7-10 am and 7-9 pm  Friday 7-10 am  HI Even Numbered Houses _w_m  Tuesday, Thursday, from 7-10 am and 7-9 pm  Saturday 7-10 am  S. Lehmann  Works Superintendent  THIS SERVICE IS FOR  PUBLIC USE  Door-to-Door Service Is  available for the disabled  and handicapped, and  can be booked by phoning  the dispatcher at  885-5881  NO SERVICE ON  WEEKENDS OR  PUBLIC  HOLIDAYS  FARES: Onl Zone .78; each additional ione .25  Zon. fl: Gibsons lo Roberls Creek (Flume Roadl  Zone ��2: Roberls Creek io Sechell  "Lower Road" routi ��� via Flume Road, Beach Avenue and lowflr Road  Regular slops al Sechell and Qlbsons Medical Clinics.  Sachelt Bus Slop:  The Pock, Cowrie Slreel  Qlbsons Bus Slop: Lower Qibsons. Municipal Parking Lot,  Gower Point Road Coast News, August 8,1988  17.  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  z^-  ���������s  1.  HMI9. Pfoawfty  17.  ���artarlTraa*  1.  Mrths  14.  tat Sal*  ].  OMtMllM  19.  taut  4.  ���nMwtoriMi  10.  faaajan  ��.  TlHMkTM  11.  Markaa  ��.  rcnoiul  11.  Mc^hlte Has^iaas  1.  AMMWKHMHHt  11.  HMMrcvclaa  :  W#<Nmss ft.  -14.  WaMafJtoimt  {af*gc��c��t>  1*.  MltWW  ��.  tort  14.  tatlmt  to.  Fovnd  17.  U|W y_t_i_t*_*d  n.  Pctt I. UvtMock  14.  WorkWaM*4  u.  Maaric  1*.  CMMCara  il.  Travel  10.  -HT*-irr  14.  Wmfet  OpmorermttUm*  15.  fit*  11.  U*d  vi  Carat* Sam  SI.  4.C 1 Ytjkn        __  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  IN PENDER HARBOUR   Marina Pharmacy     8832888  AC Building Supplies 8839551  IN HALFMOON BAY   B & J Store bbs-9435  IN SECHELT-  The Coast News  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  IN DAVIS BAY   Peninsula Market 8859721  IN WILSON CREEK   Wilson Creek  Campground 885-5937  IN ROBERTS CREEK   Seaview Market sss 3400  IN GIBSONS   B & D Sports  (Sunnycrest Mall) 886-4635  The Coast News  (behind Dockslde Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  FOR MONDAY PUBLICATION  I      Iftopertyj  60x250' Wesl Sechelt waterfront  lol. 2 cleared building sites with  driveway. New steps and trails  down park-like hillside lo rock  bull-dozed beach. Have septic  permi;. house plans, spectacular  view, outstanding beach areas.  885-7629. #35s  Cleared View Lot  Grandview Heights  $20,000  886-2809 or 885-2836       #35s  Unique custom posl & beam  home, loll bdrm., Dougal Rd.,  Gibsons, 885-5483. #35s  4 bdrm,. 6vi.old home, Garden  Bay. elec. heal, wood slove. 2  car garage, level lot, view ol bay,  $90.000.883-2396 #33s  Walerlronl lot Gower Pt. Rd..  asking $64,900. 886-9485 or  526-4061. #32s  1' acre, level, semi-cleared  village lol. gravel driveway, Park  Rd. 886-8370. #32  3.5 acres, Pender Harbour, paved, power. $16,900. Ross. Century West Really, 883-9423. #33s  ANDERSON REALTY  The Sunshine Coast  Specialists for  ��� Recreation  ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FREE CATALOGUE  Teredo Squa e. Secheil  885-3211  Van Toll Free 664-8016  LOG HOME  Approx 1700sp.lt. fir structure,  28x40, wilh 28x16' loll. Ready  lo be moved and assembled on  your lot, top quality log work,  great price, absolutely no viewing  without appointment. 885-2839.  #35s  W/F older well buill 2 bdrm.,  great potential. $84,500,  886-7955 #32  VIEW, VIEW, VIEW,  Howe Sound, cleared, ready to  build, close lo good beach, puiel  area   Bonniebrook   Heights  886-7064 #34  2.  Births  Madison Anne Mulcahy was born  lo Pat and Mike Mulcahy.  weighing 7 lbs., II ozs,, July 5.  1988 A sisler lor Ouslin,  #32  Kaien, George and son Benjamin  wish lo announce Ihe birth ol  Iheir new son Adrian Lee Allen  Robson, July 21.1988. weighing  6 lbs.. 6ozs. Proud grandparents  Robbie and Mary Robson and  Benjamin and Adrian will carry on  Ihe Robson name and lamily  traditions. #32  The LOWEST  Classified Ad Rates!  $400  etsi  iH&  C\��s'  ��>< 1��? uat\  (minimum) for 10 words  25    '()rcacn additional word  Pay for 2 weeks, Get the 3rd week FREE  When piid by CASH, CHEQUC  or MONEY ORDER  "Stwe SeTcLAssmEps  They run until your item is sold!  I J      for up to IO words     I       per,iddilion.il word  Yum ,trl. fiMlurmu, one Hem only, will run for lour consecutive  weeks anal will then be cancelled unless you instruct us to. renew ll  for   anolher   lour,   by   Saturday,   .1   pm,  NO CHARGE FOR RENEWAL for as long as you wanl!  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be PRE-PAID before insertion.  For your convenience, use your MASTERCARD or VISA!  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  At "Friendly People Places" Saturday NOON  Al COAST NEWS Offices,  5�� belt * cibsons    SATU RDAY, 3 pm  COAST NEWS Classifieds  Cowrlfl St , Sechell  885-3930  The LOWEST Price!  The HIGHEST Circulation!  The FIRST on the street!  CrulceLane, Gibsons  886-2622  Obituaries  FAWKES Passed away July 24.  1988. Thomas Wingale Fawkes,  late of Burnaby and formerly ol  Sechelt, age 69 years. Survived  by Ihree sons. George. Michael  and Brian; Ihree grandchildren;  one sister. Kay Bell; Ihree nieces  and one nephew. Service was  held Thursday, July 28 in Sechell  Royal Canadian Legion Branch  140. Cremation, arrangements  through Devlin Funeral Home.  #32  STEINBRUNNER: Passed away  August 3. 1988, Herbert  Frederick Slelnbrunner, late ol  Gibsons, in his 92nd year, Mr.  Sleinbrunner was born in Roberts  Creek to a pioneer lamily.  Predeceased by his wile Dorothy  on July 31, 1987, Survived by  one son. Bruce and wile Sharon  ol Porl Alberni; Iwo grandchildren. Jell and Dawn. No service by repuesl. Private cremation  arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. #32  PARISH; Passed away suddenly  al Talsemenie Lake, B.C.. Lance  Talbot Parish, lale ol Vancouver,  and lormerly ol Sechelt. age 25  years. Survived by his molher.  Judy Benner ol Kelowna; lather  Dave Parish ol Sechell; one  brother Tyler ol Summerland;  grandparents ol Kelowna and  grandfather in Sechell. Memorial  service was held Salurday.  Augusi 6, 1988 in Ihe Chapel ol  Devlin Funeral Home Gibsons,  Reverend Alex Reid officiated.  #32  j{L  Many thanks lo our relatives,  precious Iriends and a lhank you  Dawn Hanson, Norm and all Ihe  olher people lhal were Ihere, Lots  ot love, Tub & Do, #32  Thank you to all my relatives and  Iriends lor Ihe help and kindness  shown lo me In Ihe loss ol my  husband. Special lhanks lo Ihe  doctors and nurses al SI. Mary's  Hospital.  Ruby Rhodes & Family  #32  Thanks lo Mlrjam lor showing me  whal kids are all aboul, lo Joanne  and Wayne lor the greal summer  job, and hundreds ol hugs to Ihe  Hobbie Horse kids lor Ihe  beautilul shirt and flowers. I'll  miss you! Love Lorrie. #32  6.  Personal  Are you in an unhappy relationship? Call the Transition House  lor Iree confidential counselling  885-2944. TFN  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Call Eleanor Mae 885-9018.  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  8B5-2896. 886-7272. 886-2954  TFN  II someone in your lamily has a  drinking problem you can see  whal it's doing lothem. Can you  see whal It's doing lo you' Al-  Anon can help Phone 886-9903  oi 886-8656  Attention Team  Al-Aleen   Can   Help    Phone  886-2565. IFN  Phone us loday aboul our beautiful selection of personalized wedding invitations, napkins, matches, stationery, and more,  Jeannie's Gilts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Bookkeeping, Typlng.experienc-  ed, reliable, efficient. Reasonable  rales. Judy. 885-5840.        #32  We invile you lo come and see our  large selection ol quality used furniture and miscellaneous ilems.  THEN 4 NOW FURNITURE  699 Hwy. 101, Gibsons  886-4716  #32  "MEALS ON WHEELS''  Delivered to anyone with short or  long-term illness/disability.  Phone 885-5144. #33  II you have any clothes lhat need  mending or repair I can do II lor  you. Phone aller 3pm, 886-9741.  #34  Announcements  25  ou  o  (Aug. 8-15)  All  PATON'S YARNS  Before price increases  See* ��a*i*?  Trail Bay Centre,  ��� Sechell  (I  Weddings  Engagements  See whal Ihe 'Man In Motion'  started1 John & Maureen Clayton  announce wilh pleasure the marriage ol Raymond Clayton to  Christine Hansen, Augusi 6,  1988. #32  Bob & Sundi Haslam are pleased  to announce Ihe marriage of their  daughler, Belte-Lyn Haslam lo  Albert Eger, Augusi 20. 1988 at  St John's United Church, Davis  Bay #32  David and Gloria Fyles ol Hopkins  Landing are pleased to announce  Ihe marriage ol Iheir daughler,  Geraldine Anne Fyles to Trevor  Kelley. The lamily wedding look  place al Iheir home 'Ebb Tide' on  Augusi 6, 1988 and a receplion  lor Iriends was held in Norlh Vancouver on Augusi 7, 1988.  Geraldine and Trevor will be living  in their new home in Deep Cove.  Conlratulalions! #32  9.  Lost  Child's lile jaekel, Porpoise Bay  Park beach 886-7916.        #32  Ladies' walch wilh blue & while  strap at Roberls Creek Prov. Park  beach. Van. colled 224-0070.  #32  7 yr. old lemale black cal,  answers lo Blackie. near Reed  Rd, 886-3375. #32  Losl or stolen! Black adull size  Milushi mountain bike wilh white  lettering Irom Big Mac's $50  reward. 885-4149. #32  Bag containing Shiatsu book,  cards, painl brushes, Trail Bay  Mall. 886-2277 work. 886-8295  home. #32  d  Found  Bilocal lens al Sunnycrest Mall.  886-7814 between 7 & 9.     #32  Girls purple purse wilh posl cards  inside: baby stroller wilh Calgary  airline lag, Gibsons Tourist Inlormalion. f_2  Found in Davis Bay al the Beach  Buoy, lemale while poodle/terrier  cross. 2 yrs, old, 885-7508 eves  Of 885-7107 days. #32  Young black lab male dog, area ol  Gower PI.; also older blond  lemale cross shepherd, area ol  Prall. 885-5734. #32  Found by Radio Shack In Sunnycresl Mall, ladies walch, claim  al Linnadine's Shoes, Sunnycresl Mall, #32  Young German Shepherd X,  Lower Rd,, Rbts, Ck. area  886-8542 or 886-9578.        #32  Would Ihe lady who losl her  oblong ring please conlacl Ihe  Landing General Store 886-2818  #32  II  Pets  & Livestock  MAGUS KENNELS  ��� Bright clean dog  & cal boarding  ��� Dog grooming  lowest Prices On  SCIENCE DIEV  OPEN 8 am - 6:30 pm  everyday. 886-8568  SPCA  885-4771  TFN  SCIENCE DIET t IAMS  Pel Food  Quality Farm S Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratl Rd. 886-7527  TFN  Registered bay thoroughbred  mare, 10 years bid. 16 HH.  885-2846. #34s  Two gorgeous blonde Afghan  pups CKC Reg, tattooed, all  shots, lamlly-raised, affectionate  & entertaining pels. To view call  886-3093. #35s  G  Pets  Livestock  15.3 H.H. T.B. mare, English-  Western, jumps, needs experienced rider, some tack included, $850 OBO 883-9383  #35s  SPCA   SPAYING TrOGRAM  886-8044, 885-9582.  TFN  2 yr old registered Morgan slud  coll. Show & sire potential Dark  chestnut $2500 792-5280 #33s  Cocker & golden relriever cross.  ready to go July 29. $25  886-7885 #32  MOLDOWAN FEEDS  now open al 670 Industrial Way,  Gibsons 885-5697 #33  Kanala pony mare lor sale $350  885-5635 #33  Cule Cockapoo pups lor sale.  $100 each. 886-2962 all 6pm  #34  SPCA ADOPTION  Young beautiful blond collie cross  male dog, also variety ol cats &  kittens 885-3447. #32  18.  For Sale  Free Lab Bouvier  886-4784.  puppies  #32  Final Stock of   =  Resin TUB Chairs j  s1600Mch   I  ! MACLEOD'S,sechen!  12.  Music  YAMAHA B.30.AR. ORGAN &  BENCH, like new. 885-2705 Aug  810 12. #32  WANTED lor Blues and 60s R&R  band, lead guilar, keyboard  operator, and lead vocal (anility lo  play an inslrument would be an  assel). only serious need apply  886-3199 aller 6 pm. #33  Drop by Ihis week lor some very  special savings on various ilems  at Strings'N Things. Teredo Sq..  Sechell. Aug. 9-13. #32  Seasoned horse manure _ mulch  $20 per pickup load. 885-9969  #32  Firewood lor sale - $70 a cord  Call 886-8164. #33  Viking 2 door frost-tree SxS 20  cu. It , recond., while. $469  OBO: Inglis washer. 4 cycle, re-  rand.. $290 OBO. GE Medallion  washer, heavy duly, multi-speed.  harvest gold, recond ,$3270B0.  Inglis apartment sire dryer. 120  volts, recond , $227 OBO. GE  Talisman Americana white 30"  sell-clean gourmel slove. 2  ovens, recond , $429 OBO.  Weslinghouse harvest gold sell-  clean slove. black Ironl. recond .  Inglis Sterling, aulo cycle, heavy  duty, harvest gold dryer, recono  $267 OBO We have many more  appliances Coiner Cupboard  885-4434 or 885-7897 (Bjorn)  #33  Ladies' 3 speed Raleigh bicycle,  exc.cond..$90 0BO:almoslnew  Osier pel grooming kit. clippers &  attachments 885-4748       #34  Wheelchair  885-2361  YAMAHA B 30 A R ORGAN &  BENCH, like new. 885-2705 Aug  810 12.   #33  30" electric range, GEConlessa  avocado. $300; 1 woodstove  brick lined 'made in Ihe creek'  $100 OBO 886-9983. #32  2! cu II, Viking Ireezer, gd  cond.. $200 OBO. 886-3620  #32  14.  Wanted  25;  (Aug. 815)  Off  All PATON'S YARNS  Before price increases  Sea, Btuty^^  Trail B��v Cenlie.Sochei,  'k lo 1 acre, close lo waler between Gibsons and Sechell Call  colled 204-665-2372 TFN  100 Mercury oulboard lor parts  886-9009. #32  Dinky or Corgi loy, any condilion.  886-8086. #34  Transportation Irom Gibsons lo  Sechell. Mon, lo Fri., 6:30 am  886-9141. #34  Aulomalic clothes washer &  dryer, also dishwasher, reas.  priced. 885-3138 #32  Wanled lo renl by responsible  couple. 20-22' fifth wheeler lor  Jan. & Feb . 1989. Reply P.O .  Box 108. Gibsons. B.C. VON  IVO 886-9827. #34  Will pay cash lor antique plates, i  Royal   Doulton   or   W.H.Y.  885-9583 #34  Ikea grey couch  & loveseal,  $300:  Zenith  26" colour TV,  $200. 2643 Lower Rd. Rbls Ck.  #32  Twin size box spring mattress &  Irame. very gd cond.. $250  886-8244. #34  3 wheel  electric  scooter,  gd  cond.. asking $800 886-8152  #32  Moffat 11 cu I! fridge, eggshell.  exc. cond.. 886-2591 #32  Moped Rentals lor sale. 7 bikes,  misc parts S lires. gd return,  small investment 886-2572 #34  T i S SOIL  Mushroom Manure  Topsoil Mixed  Bark Mulch  By Ihe yard or 14 yard diesel  dumptruck-lull  Top quality products at reasonable prices. You  pickup or  we deliver   Phone  anytime 885-5669. TFN  Antique showcase glass &  mahogany. 30"x60"x17l'  Hitachi apartment size dryer.  S100.886-8833. #32  450B J.D. Crawler loader, new  molor. battery, painl, gd cond  886-7064. #34  3 phase joiner _ bandsaw. $800  lor all 883-2406 #32  2 double beds: walerbed. zipped  cover, ultra loam, lirm. exc.  cond 886-7990 #34  iS Plexiglas  'S    Fibreglas Supplies  J =F0AM =  S�� Camping Pads  ��� Mattresses, etc.  ! W.W. UPHOLSTERY &  8     BOAT TOPS LTD.  S637 Wyngaerl Rd.  _  Gibsons       886-7310  16.  Garage Sales  Complete home lurn./garden  items, daily 10-6. Sun,, Aug. 7  Ihrough Aug 14 3201 Beach  Ave . Roberts Creek #32  Sal , Aug 13. 10 to 2. 221-2nd  oil Ocean Beach pasl Bonniebrook #32  957 Gower Pt.  13. 10102  Rd.. Sal.  Aug  #32  Sal   & Sun . Aug.  13  10-6pm. 772 O'Snea Rd  #32  elc     S.ii  upper Leek  #32  McClary Easy while slove.  rolissene. $239 OBO. Zenilh 23  cu II deep freeze, $267 OBO:  Kenmore portable while  dishwasher, $225 OBO All re  cond . 90 days warranty, parts 8  labour Corner Cupboard  885-4434. Bjorn 885-7897. Will  buy used or non working major  aopliances. Bjorn 885-7897  #34  Green Onion  Earth Station  SATELLITE  Sales & Service  885-5644  Shop tools, pipe,  t0-2pm, Aug 13,  Rd . follow signs  Moving Irom Sunshine Coasl  everything musl go, loi more inlo  call 932-7054. #32  IS.  for Sale  QUALITY  FIREWOOD  $80/cord  10% Seniors Discount  886-2489  HAY FOR SALE  New Hay $3 50     Old Hay $2 50  Can deliver 885-9357  TFN  C0I01 VCR camera wilh portable  VCR, $825 OBO Tarry 886-3595  886-2268 TFN  Commercial   sewing  Plait 138 883-2885  machine  #?3s  Multicycle Inglis aulo washer,  $295, Guaranleed & delivered  883-2648 TFN  Live Crab Sunday 11am lo 5 pm.  Gibsons Gov't Wharl. MVPhylary  $2.50 Ib. Orders taken.  886-8192. #32  Gold Coldspol Iridge. brown Kenmore range, good cond., $200  each. 886-9009. #32  An conditioner dishwasher $175:  double waleibed no mallress  $200. swag lamp $25. roof rack  $25. lire carrier $20; olher misc  items 885-7331 #32  Family lent 12x15'. Iwo rooms,  lull lloois, walls. $275; 6x7'  utility trailer, lights, spare, $175  886-2491 #32  Tub enclosure, gold colour,  $125; Jenn-Aire range, $300  885-5742. #32  Speed Queen auto washer, almond, excellent condilion, $250  886-7568 aller 6pm. #32  Husqvarna 444 18" bar, good  condilion, includes spare parts,  $200.885-7518. #33s  Moving! Everything must go,  leak dining table & bullet. Small  & Boyes settee & chairs, small  elect, oven, lable saw, many  olher ilems. 885-5034.        #32  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  886-2020  TFN  Four Corvette 265/50-15 radial  lires. new, $300. 883-2885 #33s  '75 Dodge Maxivan, gd rubbei,  $1250 or worsl oiler 886-3191.  #34s  1975 Ford Bronco 4X4. $800  OBO. Call 886-4744. #35  1972 Chev window van. Very  good running cond Lois extras.  S1850 OBO 886-9729,      #32s  1975 Pinlo, runs well reliable  Iransportation Best oiler. Ph.  886-3940 #33s  '74 Olds. 2 dr.. PS. PB. AM/FM  cassette. $1200 OBO 885-7280  eves #32s  '77 Chev 3/<T. P/U, heavy duly  springs, Irailer pack $500  885-5903 #32  '70 Maverick, good shape. $300  886-7880 eves. #32  '82 Plymouth Horizon TC3. 4 sp.  4 cyl low mileage, very gd  cond Runs greal, asking $2900.  886-4531 #32  1971 VW Wesllaha van.  camperrzed, sleeps 4, $2900.  plus 2nd van lor parts 886-4584  eves. 886-3695 days #38  '72 VW Super Beetle, reliable  Iransp .asking$1000 886-2599  or message 886-9811 #33  1982 Ford F250. econ 6 cyl 4  spd only 78,000 km, while  body, ps, pb. undercoaled. rubber lined box, radials. CB radio _  slereo, lady driven, $5900.  886-7819 #33  78 Dodge ".- Ion P/U. V8 aulo.  new tires, new battery, under  70.000 org miles, canopy, no  rust $3000 886-9047        #33  Utility  trailer,  8 x6   lor  sale,  heavy duly, 2 spare tires, ready  logo Phone any lime 886-9741  #34  76 Camaro. parts, no drive train,:  886-8779 #32!  '67   Mustang,   auto.  $4200 886-8091  cyl.,;  #32i  '72 Chrysler NY. Brougham. 4i  dr.. HT. 440 CT. W/H.D. low-]  ing pkg.. well maintained, w/ex-!  tras all bills. 2nd owner, $950:  OBO gd. trades considered.!  886-7307. #32;  '79 Thunderbird, $3500: '73:  Dodge Charger, new painl job,'  $2500. Viewal 4618 Hwy 101,'.  Oavis Bay or 885-7488.        #321  '72 Mercury Marquis, gd. cond.,'.  new radiator, battery, starter,;  brakes, 429 eng��� reduced to:  $399 OBO. 886-9096. #34!  '84 Toyola Tercel, H/B, exc.  cond., low mileage, $5595  885-9029alt.6pm. #34  JU 19.  IF     )F     If-     IF     )("���     1  Autos   J I Autos   I I Marine   J k *or Rent j I for Rent   II For Rent   I  885-7575 NOBODY 885"l  '^ nOO    Beats Our Prices!!  $A��"   Summer Madness Trade In Clearance |  1976 MONTE CARLO  syggoV  1972 MALIBU  $599  197S DODGE DART  s85000  StiS?  SECHELT IMPORTS  ..T QUAIITV CARS AT LOWER PRICES  -neeuer neater r- Hwy 101. Sechelt  tves.  885-7575    886-2188     885-7575  ��**�����������������������*��������������(  1959  Morris Oxford, no rust,  runs gd . $650 OBO 886-8025  '4 Ford Courier PU. rusted bul  i| runs $150,886-8347.   #32  79   Mercury   Marquis   aulo.,  S'PB.   AC   cruise   conlrol.  ' 16-8734 #32  77 Oodge Coll. one owner, lair  i ond.,   slereo.   mags.   $1000  86-3499 #32  #32  '78 Toyola PU, gd  run. order  S12000BO 883-1194 #32  72 Dalsun 510, 4 dr.. standard,  runs gd . $250 883-2406    #32  '78  Honda  Civic,  gd   cond.  SI200 0B0 886-8145 #34  SPECIALS .i the WEEK  '86 SUBARU S/W 4X4 =  Turbo, G I,  Air.   P W, locks,  cassette, cruise, auto., 28000 kms.  ONLY  s 13,995  '82 JEEP CHEROKEE  ���1X4, air, cruise, cassette, *  map  95000 kms., nice shape     ONLY /BSD  '86 SUNBIRD 4 DR.  ���i  cyl.,  E.F.I., aulo..  P'S,  P B, c nnnr  27000 kms., clean                ONLY 8995  '86 SPRINT PLUS =  Super economy, 5 spd.,  45000 kms., really clean  4 dr.,  ONLY  ��5495  viv Sunshine Li  Wharl Rd., Sechelt  MDL 5792  885-5131  Toll Free 684-6924  I        "   Campers I  I     Motorhomes J  V molorhome. veiy clean. $10 500  G   886.J43? or 886-7923        #34s  "46, 76 Dodge Van. new motor & rear  I erfcf.'"air/cruise,   camperized  $3500    OBO.     885-5280,  885-3127. #34s  7V:'   import   camperelle   wilh  'jacks, no leaks, $600 886-2046  #32  23' travel Irailer, 'Kuslom  Koacli'. stove/oven. Iridge, lul)/  Jshower. exc. cond, $5000  885-4108, #33  8' Roadway camperelle, propane  -furnace & stove, 'Hunter's  ^Special',   lots  ol  cupboards  886-3821 aller 5 pm, #33  Reriling molorhomes, air condi-  lioned, sleeps 6, reas. rales  Mb-9025 #34  77:' Papoose camper. Ills import  pickup. $500 lirm. 885-4671  #34  : I' travel Irailer. exc cond . 3  way Iridge. stove, sink, furnace.  torlet sleeps 4 883-1194  #34  21.  Marine  Deep V Thermoglass null. 19'/;'  hardtop, new tarps. needs motor,  loaded with extras, make oiler  886-2802 #32s  1975 - 18V Sangslercrall 130.  4 cyl.. Volvo, 270 Volvo leg.  comes with trailer, $3500.  886-3882 eves. TFN  Cal25, lully equipped, moorage  included, $11,500 886-8706  #32s  16' Brilish weekender sloop, lop  cond., bargain al $2950  883-9203 #32s  19' Fibrelorm Tri-hull Mini  Cruiser (very stable), 120 OMC  I/O, Highliner (gal.) trailer,  needs minor work. $4800.  886-8558 TFN  For sale or trade lor property, all  aluminum 32' cabin cruiser,  Brandlamyr design, $18,000.  886-9308 #31s  17' Boston Whaler, trailer, mere  power, mini 883-9110      #33s  21.  V.  Marine  BntaHataBBBHBBonoB  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS ltd,  B���ii|am,n Moore 8 International  Marine  Finishes  Commercial  Pricing  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A   bus 885-2923  ,/___\ Res 885-5058  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  ;9 9-25-70 HP 19861987. exc.  ���cond., exc. price Lowes Resort  883-2456. TFN  80' dock w/40' iron stairs,  conies wilh 2'k yr waler lease in  Gibsons Harbour, $12,000 OBO.  Tarry 886-3595 or 886-2268  TFN  14'Cobra 40 HP elec. start hydr  steering Irailer, $2150 OBO,  Tarry 886-3595 or 886-2268.  TFN  Samson 37' FC sailboat, world  Bruiser, live aboard, equipped,  4?g. 886-7400 messages. #33s  "fi'i H.P. Osco Ford marine diesel  and hy. gear, as new cond,  ���B83-9401, #33s  14'fibreglass boal, 50 HP Merc,  new leg, new trailer, new suntop  with side windows, very clean,  comes wilh 2 luel tanks. $2800  OBO 886-3882 all. 6pm.  TFN  19' Express Cruiser, fibreglass  over plywood. 90 HP 0/B. $1000  OBO 885-7705 #35s  Classic 1986 50 HP Mercury  motor, electric. $1595  883-9110 #35s  15 V Hourslon. 85 HP Johnson,  trailer, exc cond., $3000  886-8066 #32s  12 fiberglass boal & trailer.  Needs work $500 OBO  886-9009 #32  80' Glulam Barge Ramp HS20  Iruck loading tor use as a ramp  float or blidge. $13,000 OBO  Conlacl Garry al 1-888-6245  #32  14' K&C 40 HP Johnson and  Irailer, $1500; Trailex Irailer  $400 885-3301. #32  14' Double Eagle lully equipped  exc cond $3500 lirm  883-1159 #32  16' Anchor Bow Rider wilh 40 HP  Johnson on E-Z Loader trailer,  $2800. Malaview Rd 886-8610.  #33s  Easy Loader trailer wilh brakes,  hauls up lo 21'. $900 OBO.  883-2894. #32  26' Chriscralt, $3800. View al  Gibsons Marina. D-30. Call  886-8703. #33  Roadrunner trailer, lits 16'lo 17'  boat, $200. 885-3410.       #34s  24' fibreglass crew boal. 200 HP  Perkins diesel, Furuno radar, 6  man lile-rall. oilers lo $30,000  883-2615. #33  Coast News Classifieds  885-3930  18' lilehoat with heavy duly  trailer, rock bottom price, $950  lor sale. Phone anylime  686-9741 #34  161" Hourslon 50 HP elec. slart  Mercury, downrigger,  20 gal.  stainless lank on Highliner near  new trailer. $3000 886-2476  #32  16' K&C Thermoglass 85 HP  Merc. exc. shape. 883-2327  #35s  Cande 18' Frontiersman with  transom. 1.5 HP molor, $500  030 883-9324 #34  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray  MCMMC   MNAMS  M A BY C   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  885-3643  14' F/G canoe, c/w paddles.  S275 0B0 886-7571, #32  Sail board. Hi-Fly 333. $350  885-7196 #32  rn      \  l Mobile Homes  I  Mobile home space available.  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Park. 886-9826 TFN  NEW HOMES  trom $19,900  FOB including rugs, drapes, appliances As low as $2000 down  OAC. Call colled 580-4321.  TFN  1961 Fleetwood trailer, 10'x46',  # 25 SC. Trailer Court, $5000 or  oilers, 386-9298 eves, or  886-3826 #34  Retiremenl/starler I bdrm  spacious. 14x60 1982 Glen  River, gyproc walls, Ige, living  area, skirted, deck, porch, 2  slor bldgs. #45 S.C. Trailer  Park. $21,000 886-7984.    #34  23.  Motorcycles  '83 Kawasaki GP2 550. exc  cond 13.000 kms. $2000 OBO  886-7198 #33s  '82 250 Kawa w/rack. 25,000  kms 885-9553. #32s  '79 Yamaha 750. $600: '82 Seca  750. $300. 886-2046.  886-7747 #32  rr,.      )  1 Wanted to Rent J  2 or 3 bdrm houses (lurnished)  required by performers in Gibsons area. View prelerred, needed immed. Please phone  886-7811. 8am lo 7pm daily.  TFN  Spry senior lady looking lor nice  apt. or small house lo be near  family. Sechell, Gibsons.  886-4664. #33  Urgent - req Sepl 1, 3-4  bedroom house. Cedar Grove or  Gibsons. 886-9249after 5.   #33  Malure couple seek fixer upper'  home or will carelake lor reduced  renl, exc. rels 885-7846.     #33  Require light housekeeping loom  wilh cooking avail., will also  share, Gibsons area, leave mess  al 886-8107 lor Don Sutherland.  #34  Malure, responsible couple wilh  no children require quiel house in  Roberls Creek or vicinity lor long  lerm rental orlease, Exc. rels.,  Call 883-9302. #32  I bdrm. apt /house wilh view ol  Gov! Wharl needed Gibsons, immed , working male 886-9697,  lv. mess. #32  Writer, experienced house siller  avail Sepl. 88 lo June 89, exc  refs . call Brian collect in  Whiterockal 535-0941,       #35  RCMP ollicei wants long lerni accommodations in Gibsons, 2-3  bdim . with appliances  886-8145 #34  Malure, proless woman seeks  house-sitling position over winter  months 883-9272. #34  Whiskeyiack Reloreslalion Lid  needs ollice space in residential  area Roberls Ck/Sechell approx  600 sq ft , parking lor min 4  vehicles, required Sept. 1.  885-3971. #34  rr,      }  ^Bed 1 Breakfast j  Take a break! Holiday In the  Okanagan (Oliver), single $30.  double $50, extra meals if  desired, n/s only. 498-6881.  #35  Roberts   Creek   Hall   avail.,  dances,   parties,   weddings,  equipment renlal Yvonne  885-4610. 7-9 pm. TFN  Teredo Square  5710 Teredo SI . Sechelt  Prime olllces available, elevator  service, lease holds are in, rents  are all inclusive.  #204-513 sq. ft. $340/mo.  #305-365 sq. 11. $250/mo  #306-610 sq ft. $410/mo  Call 885-4466. TFN  W/F collage, Sechell, 2  bedroom, available September 4  $450/mo. 980-0228. #32  3 bedroom, 2600 sq. II executive w/l home, sauna,  gourmet kilchen, deep moorage  Pender Harbour, $750/mo., rels  req ��� lease prelerred 883-9423  #32  One bedroom ��� Middlepoinl area,  walerlronl   -   n/s,   no   pels,  relerences required. $425/mo.  Phone aller July 27. 988-6490  #32  OFFICE SPACE  AVAILABLE  Downtown Sechelt  THE DOCK  Call 885-4111  Walerlront, 2 bdrm. (urn. house,  w/d. Ireezer, Brooks Rd.. $450  per mo. 885-2309 #33  Furnished 3 bedroom walerlronl  home, Hallmoon Bay. Sepl, 15  -June 15, $600/mo 885-7648  #33  4 bdim house, Lower Gibsons,  $500. avail. Aug. 15. rels  886-2149. #33  Small private ollice in Teredo  Square. Sechell. $100/mo. temporary or longer lerm basis.  885-5144. #33  2 room furnished log cabin, hot  shower, Southwood. $25/night.  $!50/week 885-7143        #33  Suitable for I person, trailer, sell  lor $1500 OBO or renl lor $200  includes ulils. 886-2149.     #34  25% Off <Au,-815)  All PATON'S YARNS  Before price increases  Sm ��cu?=  1 bdrm. ground level suite, self-  contained, Indge/stove, N/S  please 886-7581 #34  1 and 2 bdrm. 'Jolly Roger' W/F  townhouses. furnished incl  Indge/slove. D/W & TV avail.  Sepl 1. $475-$575. Doug or  Bob. bus. 438-1471. home  921-6215or93l-5591.        #33  3 bdrm. Lower Gibsons, adults,  refs. req. avail. Sept. 1.  886-4695. #32  Sechell. new small 3 bdrm.  house, W/F, N/S, no pels, Sepl  to June, $550. 885-3245,  576-1720. #34  2-3 bdrm., 2 balh. duplexes. 4  appl., view, Selma Park, avail  Aug 20 & Sepl. 1. $525/mo ,  885-7655 #32  Bachelor duplex, Wesl Sechell,  avail. Sepl. 1. $300 includes  utils 885-7655. #32  Commercially zoned warehouse  or workshop, large high doors,  1872 sq. It., 886-2912 or  885-2683. #32  2 bdrm apartment, adults only,  no pels, Sechell. $400.  885-9017 eves. #34  1 bdrm. Irailer, Wesl Sechell,  $350/mo. Resp adults, no pets.  886-2689 all, 6pm. #32  Commercial space. Elson Glass  bldg avail. Aug. I. 886-7359 oi  467-3960. #32  4 bdrm. 3 balh home, Wakefield  Rd��� Sechelt, avail Aug. 15.  $575 pm. 885-2644 or 589-9346  or car 2905030 #32  2 bdrm, house, no pels,  $350/mo.. commercial/residential space, bolh centre Rbls Ck  885-3469. #34  2 bdrm. waterfront collage, walking disl  lo Sechell. Sept-June,  $425, 885-3839 or 885-2422.  #32  1 bdrm bright modern ground  level suite, quiel street.  886-3954 #34  1 bdrm. W/F suile near Gibsons  Marina,   Iridge,   stove.   F/P.  drapes etc., $330 incl. heat &  light, avail. Sept I 464-7664.  132  4 bdrm Lower Gibsons avail.  Aug. 15. $650 886-8531 or  885-4657. #32  1 bdrm. apl. ground floor, newly  renovated, wilhin walking  distance to Lower Gibsons, lurnished or unlutnished, $400 (includes hydro & heal). 886-3790.  #32  2 bedroom trailer, private lot on  Waketield Road, 885-2902.   #34  27.  Help Wanted  ���  INCREASE YOUR CHANCES' LET  OUR FINGERS DO YOUR TALKING! Call Atbulus Ollice Services  lor lasl and confidential preparation ol your resume ��� 885-5212  TFN  Part lime person lor video dept  Apply in person Kerns Home Furnishing, TFN  Secretaries needed Send  resume. Box 2235, Sechelt  #32  Someone to operate a lully equipped kilchen lor Madeira Park  Legion For inlo call 883-9632.  #32  Req. Immed. exp. waitresses,  housekeepers. Iront desk clerks,  cdoks _ bartender. Call  885-7038. #32  Molly Mouse Day Care needs experienced part-time E.C.E.  substitutes Please call  886-3913. #33  Care lor 3 yr. old in my home,  Sargenl Rd., Gibsons, start end  ot Aug., mature N/S, rels,  $600/mo. plus Ul benefits  886-7696aller5pm, #33  Malure   adull   male   person.  building   supply   clerk.   Part  lime/weekends.Steve 883-9551.  #33  27.  Help Wanted  Home Support Society now  receiving applications tor home  support workers Must enjoy  working with people in their  homes: be in good heallh; have a  car Phone 885-5144.        #33  Resident caretaker lor RV park.  Pender Harbour area, suitable tor  retired couple. Apply Canada  Employment Ollice, Sechell  885-2722. #33  Crew lo demolish 2 small houses  Granthams,   816   Port   Mellon  Hwy., beach cabin 939-9650.  #34  Small business looking for bookkeeper. Salary and hours  negotiable. Reply lo Box 288. c/o  Coasl News, Box 460. Gibsons.  BC.V0N1V0. #34  Pari lime bartenders and waitress  needed. 886-8215. #32  Sunshine Coast Credit Union requires part time teller lor 'on call'  relief work in both branches.  Previous experience would  definitely be an asset, but is not  manditoty. Resumes should be  mailed lo Attn General Manager.  Box 375. Sechell. BC VON 3A0  #32  Babysilter needed, serious calls  only 886-4506. #32  28.  Work Wanted  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal.   Insured,   Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Exp. framing crew available, air  equip, 886-7830 TFN  Drywall crew available,  reasonable rales. 886-7223.  TFN  Handyman, reliable, low rales,  plumbing repairs a specially.  883-9278 #32  Reliable man available lor small  lobs, indoors/ouldoors, cleaning,  painting, gardening, cutting/  stacking lirewood, etc., refs.  Robert, 886-4707. #32  r  28.  Work Wanted  Drywall - taping, texturing,  repairs, renovations, Iree  estimates. 886-7484. #33  Will do house cleaning, wall  washing, have-rels. Phone  886-8968. #32  House Painting  Interior & Exterior  Call Sam Dill 886-7619  #37  House Cleaning 886-7450.  #34  Econo Hoe  Custom   backhoe   service,  Langdale   to   Davis   Bay  886-8290. #34  30-     Business  Opportunities  Moped Rentals for sale. 7 bikes,  misc, parts & tires, good return,  small investment. 886-2572.  #34  Cuslom Carpet Sales & Installation wishes to inform the  general public lhat Mr. Claude  Thivierge is no longer  associated with the company.  Signed owner/operator  Jacques E. Gingras #32  NOTICE OF APPLICATION  FOR NAME CHANGE  Notice is hereby given lhat an  application will be made lo Ihe  Director ol Vital Statistics lor a  change ol name pursuant to  Ihe provisions ol the 'Name  Act' by me Cornelia Louisa  Pendleton ol R.R 2, Siie 47,  Comp. 44, Gibsons. B.C. VON  IVO, lo change my name also  known as Connie Nordli Irom  Pendleton, Cornelia Louisa to  Nordli, Cornelia Louisa.  Daled Ihis 2nd day ol August,  AD 1988. Connie Pendleton.  #32  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear In the more than 75 Newspapers of the B.C. and Yukon Community  Newspapers Association and reach more than 1,000,000 homes and a potential two million readers.  $159. for 25 words ($3. per each additional word) Call the COAST NEWS at 885-3930 to place one.  AUTOMOTIVE  Truck Logger's Special. 4  1987 and 6 1986 Western  Stars available. 425 Cat/Re-  tarder/20 speed/48 rears.  Financing and rigging available.  Transpo  1-800-663-  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  EDUCATIONAL  5166.  "New and used trucks available w/steady year round  contracts, Low Interest  rates, 12.9% and up O.A.C.  Good selection of makes and  models. Minimum Investments, $10,000. Phone  Transpo 1-600-663-5166."  Buy/lease any gas, diesel  car or truck, new or used.  Direct from volume factory  dealer. Call for pre-approved credit. Call collect 464-  0271. 05231.   $1 Down leases a new car or  truck. Seven year warranty.  Payments from $139./Mo.  O.A.C. Call tease manager  at (604)465-8931. DL55B4.  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES   Exclusive area distributorship, part-time business,  full-time Income, distributing replica perfumes to gift  stores etc. Minimum $2000.  Investment. Fully secured  bv Inventory. 530-0614.  Be Your Own Boss: Turn a  few hours a week into Dollars! An exciting career  awaits you. Ma Cherle  Home Fashion Shows. Est.  1975. Call collect (416)827-  2660.   Balding - Thinning? Unlver-  -.\Yy  kiiuimia   rVdisinm   MeW-  od hair loss application by  Images. 94% success rate,  100% unconditional guarantee. Retail - Wholesale, major cards. Distributors required. 1-800-663-6682 (604)  583-1267.   Busy well established modern Unisex Salon. Excellent  location in beautiful Parksville B.C. Write P.O. Box  546, Parksville, B.C. VOR  2SO or call (604)248-2861  eves, or (604)248-6021 days.  Restaurant. $600,000. plus  average gross business for  last ten years. Located on  Trans. Canada top of Okanagan Valley. Owner will finance. 836-4765 or 836-2138  eves.   Wanted to buy - small  manufacturers business.  Please send information to  Ron Wolfe, Box 2452, Waln-  wrlght, Alberta. TOB 4P0.  Taxi Business in Quesnel.  BMC Licences. 6 fully  equipped propane Chev.  Impalas. Dispatching arrangements available. Owner has other Interests.  Gross revenue $190,000.,  asking $60,000. 992-2901.  P.C. owners earn $1000.  plus monthly part-time with  your computer. Free Information. Send self addressed  stamped envelope, Hampton  Facilities, 18-3318 Oak St.,  Victoria. V8X 1R1.  The Kootenay Review, published monthly, is now available for sale. Welt established with further potential  for expansion. Uses desktop  publishing. The Review,  Box 20, Crawford Bay, B.C.  VOB 1E0. 227-9266.  Cash Business - High Profits. Top brand name soft  drinks (Coke, Pepsi, etc.)  dispensed from the most  advanced cold drink machines in today's market. Investment $16,975 for proven  business opportunity. Call  for brochure (416)966-5029.  530-8173 - This Is the number of one of the world's  leading franchise organizations. They offer an all cash  business, complete training  and are ranked #1 in their  industry. If you are serious  about success and willing to  work hard give them a call.  One time offer) The only  full service station 70 miles  west of Williams Lake. Gas,  Diesel and Propane. B.C.A.  Franchise. Once only  $40,000. 394-4233.   Income to $100,000. working  from your home? For more  Information write Continental Services, Box 5135, 349  West Georgia St., Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4B2. Please  Include $3. postage and  handling,    Immediate cash flow. Business Is booming and you  could become part of it.  Rapidly expanding company  now has a distributorship  available In your area. Part-  time or full-time, no experience necessary. Room for  expansion, no selling, complete training, minimum Investment. $17,970. secured.  For more Information: Director of Marketing, 109-  4240 Manor Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5G 1B2.  Be ready for Christmas  Sales! Manufacture copper  anrl wood jOi/*H*r�� i'BBr  round,        where you  choose. Tremendous growth  potential. Training available. Equipment stock sup-  plles $25,000. 1-248-3714,  Excavating Trucking Business. Trackhoe's, Cats,  Trucks, and Dumps, etc.  Operating in Surrey, B.C.  Grossed 1.3 million. Asking  $695,000. Judy or Gwen,  Mitten Realty Lid. 533-3231,  Toning Tables. Package  price includes seven piece  set plus everything you  need to own and operate a  passive exercise studio.  Call: (403)343-2342.  Home Nursery - Pentlcton.  Long established professional home nursery, central  Okanagan. Owner selling  for bereavement and health  reasons. Business could  quadruple and Its appraised  value is $153,000. Includes  one acre central sales lot on  by-pass, older 2 bedroom  home, extensive shrubs,  stock. Property redone also  possible. Phone 1-493-1497.  EDUCATION   Career Training. Free: 1968  guide to study-at-home correspondence Diploma courses for prestigious careers:  Accounting, Aircondltion-  ing, Bookkeeping, Business,  Cosmetology, Electronics,  Legal/Medical Secretary,  Psychology, Travel. Granton  (5A) 263 Adelaide W., Toronto, 1600-268-1121  Want A Business Someday?  Get your foot In the door  now! VVI's nine-month  Shoe Repair Program  stresses craftsmanship and  customer service as well as  the basics of small business  management. Immediate  openings available! Counselling Department, Vancouver Vocational Institute, 250  West Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C. VOB 1S9.  Phone 681-8111, Local 220.  Turn Back time on your  hands Into Cash for you.  Get to meet new people and  make new friends through  auctioneering. Next class Is  October 15-22nd. Register  now,  Southwestern Ontario  School of Auctioneering,  RR#5, Woodstock, Ont. N4S  7V9. (519)537-2115.  EQUIPMENT AND  MACHINERY   300 and 400 KW Diesel  generators, Lease for as low  as $7. per KW per month.  Can engineer your requirements. Phone (604)434-  8069.   FOR SALE MISC.   Approximately 1,900 ceramic molds and pouring  equipment. Very good condition. Sacrifice sale. Phone  1-604-365-3774 or write: 501  - 11th Ave., Castlegar, B.C.  V1N 1J6.  Need Stationery? Black on  white business cards. $25./  500. Letterhead $29/500  Flyers $139./5000. Two Colours $189. Envelopes $60./  500. Fast service. VIsa/MC  accepted. Limited time of-  fer. Phone 1-800-661-3224.  We Serve Water "The way  It used to be". Every person needs clean great tasting drinking water for less  Wian 2c Per Uii'C. Designed  by a Canadian with SmSA,  our water treatment units  are the Best. The Executive  Staff Choice At The White  House, now available In  Canada. Removes chlorine,  Bad Taste and Odors. Reduces sediment, discoloration etc. Inhibits bacteria  growth (within the unit).  Free Literature on Residential/Light Commercial  Units. Call 1-800-663-5840  or write Meyer Marketing  (Canada), 2684 "E." Bedford St., Port Coquitlam,  B.C. V3C 3K6.   Lighting Fixtures. Western  Canada s largest display.  Wholesale and retail. Free  Catalogues available. Nor-  burn Lighting Centre., 4600  East Hastings Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5C 2K5. Phone  1-299-0666.   QARDENINQ   Curved glass patio extensions starting at $1095.  Hobby greenhouses starting  at $599. Full line of greenhouse accessories. Call B.C.  Greenhouse Builders or  write 7425 Hedley Avenue,  Burnaby, B.C. V5E 2R1.  Greenhouse and Hydroponlc  Equipment and Supplies ���  The most complete selection  In Canada. Low prices, plus  we are a Gold Ca-d retailer.  Send $2. for catalogue and  free magazine to Western  Water Farms, 1244 Seymour  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B  3N9. 1-604-682-6636.  HELP WANTED   Residential Building Managers required all over Canada. Completion of Government approved Correspondence Course qualifies you  for these jobs. Guaranteed  Placement Assistance by  Munday Personnel. Call  RMTI, 681-5456 or write for  details 901-700 West Pender, Vancouver, B.C. V6C  1G8.   HELP WANTED  Cash for twelve different  wild mushrooms. Buyers  wanted. Commission $200. -  $400. weekly. Must have  phone, work area. Fresh  and Wild Inc., P.O. Box  2981, Vancouver, Washlng-  ton. 96668. (206)254-8130.  Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation now accepting applications for 88/89 winter  season. Positions available:  Sous Chefs, Cooks, Bakers,  Skiboot Fitters, Ski Technicians and other skilled ski  industry people. Please apply In person or call:  W.M.S.C. Human Resources, Box 67, Whistler, B.C.  VON 1B0.   Certified Benchman - British Columbia Forest Products, Mackenzie Wood  Products Division currently  has an opening for a Certified Benchman. The preferred applicant will be a  qualified Benchman with experience working with thin  Kerf Saws. Mackenzie is a  community of 5,500 people,  located 120 miles north of  Prince George, B.C. It offers a full range of commercial and recreational services. As well as some of  the best hunting and fishing  in B.C. The position pays  $20.63 per hour (effective  July 1, 1988). Rate increases to $21.76  (July  1,  1989) and  $22.96   (July  1,  1990) have recently been  negotiated. As well, a generous benefit package Is  J.'^vt'ijc^ 'r*r a;' emp.lol'��w  Relocation assistance Is  available. Further information is available by calling  collect to: Brian Cruise (604)  997-2581. Qualified applicants are Invited to forward  resumes stating previous  work experience to: British  Columbia Forest Products  Limited, Employee Relations Department, Box 310,  Mackenzie, B.C. VOJ 2C0,  Certified Millwright - British Columbia Forest Products, Mackenzie Wood Products Division currently has  openings for Certified Millwrights. The preferred applicants will be certified  millwrights with Interprovln-  clal tickets, willing to work  shifts. A strong millwright-  Ing, welding, and hydraulics  background will be a definite asset. Mackenzie Is a  community of 5,500 people,  located 120 miles north of  Prince George, B.C. It  offers a full range of commercial and recreational services, as well as some of the  best hunting and fishing In  B.C. The position pays  $20.01 per hour (effective  July 1, 1986). Rate Increases to $21.11   (July  1,  1989) and  $22.27   (July 1,  1990) have recently been  negotiated. As well, a generous benefit package Is  provided for all employees.  Relocation assistance Is  available. Further information is available by calling  collect to: Brian Cruise (604)  997-2581. Qualified applicants are Invited to forward  resumes stating previous  work experience to British  Columbia Forest Products  Limited, Employee Relations Department, Box 310,  Mackenzie, B.C. VOJ 2C0.  Housewives, Mothers, Interested persons. Last month  to start selling toys and  gifts at home parties this  year. No investment, deliveries, or money collection.  (519)258-7905.   HELP WANTED  Banff and Jasper, Alberta.  Full-time Cleaning Staff required for motel/hotel operations in famous resort  towns. Shared accommodations are available for single  female employees. Only Industrious persons need apply. Charlton Properties,  P.O. Box 1478, Banff, Alta.  TOL 0C0.   Phone   (403)762-  4485.   Wanted Immediately experienced automotive painters  for North Island dealership.  Phone 949-7442, Attn:  Mr.  Etherlngton.   Wanted Administrator combined position Boundary  Museum, Chamber of Commerce. Good Interpersonal  skills, working knowledge of  accounting, computers an  asset. Salary $18,000. -  $20,000. Reply to Selection  Committee, Box 617, Grand  Forks, B.C. VOH 1H0 before  August  31,  1988.  Starting  date October 1,   PERSONALS   Would you like to correspond with unattached Christian people In Canada/ USA  with the object being companionship/ Marriage.  Write to Ashgrove, Box 205,  Chase, B.C. VOE 1M0.  REAL ESTATE   Mobile Home Park - 97  pads, $215,000. gross revenue, 10 owner units located in Smithers, the central  Interior's most stable community. Call Charlie, Cald-  f.'iWTa uSSixi', 5^7'322i or  Box   730,   Smithers, "B.C.  VOJ 2N0.   6 Miles west of Kamloops  Lake beside the beautiful  Thompson River, 5 Acre  river front lots. Vi, V4, 1, 5  and 10 acre serviced river  view lots, semi-arid, good  soil. Ample water supplied  trom our 100,000 gallon  reservoir.   Call   and   view  anytime, 373-2282.   SERVICES   "ICBC Offered me $3,500.  Carey Linde got me $194,-  000.", G.N. - Abbotsford.  Vancouver Lawyer Carey  Linde (since 1972) has Free  Information. Phone 1-684-  7798. Second Opinions Glad-  ly Given.   ICBC Injury Claims? Call  Dale Carr-Harrls - 20 years  a trial lawyer with five years  medical school before law.  0-669-4922 (Vancouver). Experienced In head Injury  and othar major claims. Percentage fees available.  Millions available $$. Mortgages, Loans, Consolidation, plus much much more.  Any previous credit problems - no problem. Call  compatible Mortgage Company now. 278-2335 anytime;   Bud Haynes Auctioneers.  Medals, gun auction. August 26 and 27, Great West  Inn, Red Deer Alberta. Selling Victoria Cross, (Sam  McGraw 1874). Medals, Friday 7 p.m. guns, Saturday  10 a.m. 1-403.347-5655.  TRAVEL  Snowbirds; Two free nights  parking, Yuma, Arizona Includes all luxury facilities'  Write now for no obligation  details, Roger's R.V. Resort, Box 369, Aldergrove,  B.C. VOX 1A0. '  WANTED ~'"  Wanted: Good Fir house  Ju'WIng logs. Phone 823-  4315 or 653-5944. Coast News, August 8,1988  19.  II. J  NOTICE OF  ANNUAL MEETING  St. Mary's  Hospital Society  To members ol St. Mary's  Hospital Society:  Take notice lhat the Annual  General Meeting ol the  memDers ol Ihe St. Mary's  Hospilal Society will be held in  the Senior Citizens' Hall,  Mermaid Slreet, Sechelt. B.C.  v  Thursday, the 29th day ol  September, 1988  it the hour ol 7:30 pm  Dated in the District of Sechelt,  in the Province ol Brilish Columbia this 29th day of July,  1988.  By order ol the  Board ol Truslees  E.H. Wrighl  Secretary to the Board  MEMBERSHIP IN  ST. MARY'S  HOSPITAL SOCIETY  Members ol St. Mary's  Hospital Society are persons  who contribute $2.00 in  membership dues to the Society in respect ol the membership year which extends Irom  the commencement ol the annual general meeting in one  year until the commencement  ol the annual general meeling  in Ihe nexl year.  A member in good standing  may renew membership in the  Sociely lor the following  membership year by contributing dues to the Sociely  prior to the annual general  meeting.  A new member, or a lapsed  member rejoining, In order to  be eligible to vote at an annual  general meeting ol the Society  must join or rejoin the Society  at least a month before the annual general meeting.  Memberships may be paid al  the cashiers desk at the  hospital Monday to Friday. 8  am to 4 pm or prior lo Ihe annual general meeling of the  Sociely on   September   29,  E.H. Wright  Secretary to the Board  and Highways  HIGHWAYS  - TENDERS  Electoral District: MacKenzie  Highway Dislricl: Gibsons  Projeel or Job Descriplion: To  supply TRAFFIC CONTROL  SERVICES on an as-and-when  required basis for the Gibsons  Highways Dislricl, wilhin Ihe  Powell River, Texada Island,  Madeira Park and Gibsons  Foreman Areas.  Tender Opening Datel  Time: August 12,1988 at  2:00 p.m.  (File: 05-88-006)  Surely Bid Bond or Certified  Deposit Cheque is required.  Tender documents with  envelope, plans, specifications  and conditions ol lender are  available Iree ol charge only  Irom Ministry ol Transportation & Highways, Box 740,  Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO (1016  Seamounl Way) between Ihe  hours ol 8:30 and 4:30 p.m.  Monday lo Friday, except  Holidays.  Phone number ol originating  ollice: 886-2294.  Tenders will be opened al  1016) Seamounl Way) Gibsons Dislricl Highways Ollice  w  s  I  (0  s  o  Viewpoint on Christianity  by David I). Cliff  Some people have the idea  lhal church is a dry and boring  religious ceremony; bul this  amusing incident happened in a  Fraser Valley church one Sunday morning.  An elderly lady was driven lo  distraction because her husband  was forever falling asleep and  snoring   loudly   during   Ihe  pastor's sermons. She dutifully  asked the pastor for his advice  how io solve Ihis puzzle. Jokingly, the pastor suggested that  she wrap up some I.imburger  cheese in a plastic bag nexl Sunday, and bring ii io church in  her purse. The next lime thai  her husband falls asleep he advised her to wave ihe cheese  under his nose.  She complied willingly, and  nexl Sunday, true to form, her  husband proceeded lo nod off  and begin snoring during the  sermon. She quickly unwrapped  the Limburger cheese and waved il under his nose. Almost immediately the good man blurted  out, "Edith, how many times  have 1 told you to keep your  smelly feel off of my pillow!"  Solomon, the writer of Pro  verbs, tells us that laughter does  us good like a medicine. I feel  thai ihe Lord never intended  ihai His house become a place  where dry, lifeless, religious  ceremonies take place. His intense desire is lhat our lives and  times in church should be filled  wiih joyful praise in worship,  and an excitement at hearing the  pastor make God's Word relevant to 1988.  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A A.    _  ��� Ask About Our FREE Powertram V  THE WAY IT SHOULD BE.  BAD NEWS  FOR FISH  BUT BOOB NEWS  FOR YOU  The Pro 50.  Yamaha's Pro 50 is here. It's a scaled-down  replica of its big brother, the Pro V 150, the outboard that's been making  waves on the pro bass circuit. Pro 50 features: Oil Injection,  Tach with oil level warning, Trim Meter, Stainless Steel Prop, Trim & Tilt,  and Tilt Switch on lower cowl for easy trailer loading.  We have only a few, so come in now. Don't let this one get away.  Staying  Who says you can'l take il tail the ultra-efficient  with you? ET600 to the powerful  WithaMimahajenerator, EF5000DVB,we'vegota%maha  you gel dependable power in generator to really turn you on.  a package portable enough to %rm mm tlIM  j;o wherever the job lakes you. YAMAHA  Come see for yourself. "'��� make the difference.  \Ti  TOOL, &. POWER  n  Madeira Park, next to AC Building Supplies  883-9114  \___M  aMtrira��Mrk.  -��at.lLSM.nt,����y ������ -- ��� ������ ~. W Candidate returns to council  Maxwell adamant on park issue  Guess Where  this week's Guess Where appears for a second time and carries a  MO prize. Send your entries to reach the Coasl News, Box 460, Gib-  10ns, B.C., by Saturday this week. Last week's winner was Sonja  Morrison, Box 2.131, Sechell, who correctly identified the sculpture  ul the Arts Cenlre in Sechell.  by Bruce Grierson  Gibsons aldermanic candidate, Haig Maxwell, came oul  of the gallery on Tuesday for  round Iwo of his lussle wiih  council on its recent bylaw approval to create a walerfronl  park across from ihe old Gibsons Fireball.  Maxwell repealed (he fear he  expressed lasl week - that financing lor Ihe park has nol been  secured - bul spenl mosl of his  time ai ihe microphone arguing  thai Ihe money could be spenl in  olher ways.  "I really Ihink ihis council is  nol addressing ihe needs of (he  communily," said Maxwell.  "It's my view lhat a park is noi  a high priorily hem. We have  youlh groups hanging around in  from of Truffles; we have no  rec centre for them; we have  old-age pensioners lhal don't  like lo see lax increases; we have  the people who say, 'I want my  sidewalks, roads and lights fixed'."  Maxwell also repeated lasl  week's arguement lhal the park  will steal commercially  developable real estate and  potential lax money.  To this, Mayor Slrom  replied, "I have never ever  heard of a park interfering with  the development of commercial  property."  The mayor added that  everyone she spoke to aboul ihe  issue is 'extremely happy lhat  council has laken the initiative',  and said that the plot should be  prelected, as il represents the  lasl chunk of unspoiled land on>  the Gibsons littoral.  "Once that piece of land is  gone, we will have buildings all  along the walerlronl and no  view from the road."  Maxwell said thai, lo see ihe  waler, "you jusi have lo walk to  either of the two parks on ihe  corner."  "They're nol parks," replied  Strom. "As you know yourself,  one is a graveyard."  Maxwell, who said lhal he  fell ihe electorate would determine if council is making Ihe  right choice, said, "It's unfortunate thai the two proponents  of the project aren't seeking reelection."  Alderman   Norm   Peterson  said lhal he fell ihe park will indeed serve the community's  greatest needs, and Ihe wisdom  of ihe purchase will be borne  oul in ihe long run.  "We have given something  back io Ihe lown." he said,  "and I Ihink the townspeople  will back the purchase of that  properly as the only visual thing  we'll ever have a chance to own  in this lown."  Minor football  If you're between the ages of 10 and 13, it's still not too late  to join the Sunshine Coast Minor Football League, says  league president Gary Groenke.  The league is also looking for dedicated souls to help coach  football in one of its two divisions - PeeWee, for 10 and 11  year olds, and Jr. Bantam, for 12 and 13 year olds.  Anyone interested can contacl Gary Groenke at 885-7435.  \.f\  to all DeVRIES'Lower Mainland and Sunshine Coast customers for making the  JULY WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE our most successful sales event...ever.  Looks Like Another Record Breaking Year At DeVRIES  YOU Get The Benefit Of  1. Our 'Sunshine Coast' low overhead  2. Our unique & powerful buying connections  3. Our combined 54 years experience in every aspect  of the carpet business  CONSIDERING the many unknowns  and variables in floor coverings,  IT'S GREAT TO DEAL WITH  SOMEBODY CLOSE BY...  especially when they are the best in their field  rtfte  EVERYTHING  irom low priced specials to excellent values on 'high end' luxury carpeting, too.  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