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Array LlalBRtf*  Victoria.  Lfcu**"-n. Bo**<n��*v;��4  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED     1945  May 10,1993 Volume 47 Issue 19  Rescuers credited with saving driver's life  by Darah Hansen  An Alberta man who recently moved  lo the Sunshine Coast owes his life lo  some quick thinking and bravery exhibited by local citizens.  Peler Sirianni, 41, was pulled from Ihe  wreckage of his burning car Tuesday  morning by passersby after he swerved  off the road and into a ditch al the intersection of Highway 101 and Redrooffs  Road.  Halfmoon Bay resident Don Kinneard  was the firsl person to arrive al the scene  of the accident. He was driving by when  he saw smoke coming from the ditch, he  said.  Stopping to investigate, he discovered  Sirianni trapped inside the smoking vehicle. "He was pretty banged up," Kinneard  said.  Not wanting to move Ihe trapped man  possibly causing further complications to  his injuries, Kinneard flagged down two  other cars and enlisted the help of the  passengers in trying to put the fire out  with hand-held fire extinguishers, bul had  no success.  By this time the smoke had blown into  a fire and Kinneard realized the man was  in immediate danger.  "It was a heck of judgment call," Kinneard said about the decision to move the  injured man. "But the situation was  extremely serious."  Kinneard tore open the jammed car  doors. "Then I picked him up and physically carried him up lo the road until the  fire was put out," he said.  Vance and Diane Gullacher of Powell  River and Roland fussier of Madeira  Park were also credited with aiding in the  rescue.  Both the Sechelt RCMP and the Halfmoon Bay Volunteer I ire Departmenl are  praising the heroic actions of the Coast  citizens.  "It's very fortunate (Kinneard) was  passing by and saw ihe accident," said  Halfmoon Bay volunteer fire chief David  Richardson, "or I don't think (Sirianni)  would be alive today... I don't think he  would have gotten out of that car."  But Kinneard is taking it all in stride.  A former search and rescue worker and  present-day scout leader, he said he  couldn't have reacted in any other way  "It's not in my nature to go by anything like thai. I have to stop and help out  in any way I can... And as a boy scout  leader, it sets a good example for lhe  boys."  Peler Sirianni is conscious and listed  in fair condition at North Vancouver's  Lions Gate hospital recovering from fractures and other injuries suffered in the  crash. No charges are being laid in the  accident. The driver's medical condition  is listed as the possible cause.  Tuwanek fired up  over Interfor  burn application  by Derek McNaughton  An application to allow  wood waste burning at Inlerfor's Gray Creek dryland sort  has angered Tuwanek residents'  over an issue ihey say has been  smoldering for years, yet a company official rejects the complaints.  "Smoke blankets our community with ash. With children  it has been linked to asthma,  people have to close their houses, it's gross actually," said  Linda Williams, _____  head of the  Tuwanek Ratepayers' Association,  which represents  over 100 people.  "We think it's  time Interfor look  corporate responsibility, and stopped       acting   like   ihey  were oul in Ihe bush," Williams  said Friday. "There's no need lo  burn there."  The heallh cost to lhe community, she said, is far greater  than any cosl Inlerfor would  incur using an alternative.  Inlerfor was given 'alternate  disposal' suggestions, she said,  bul the company chooses  instead to pick the most economical means of burning  waste. "They burn for wherever  and for how long they wanl to."  Regional district director  Jeremy Frith concurs. He  blamed the logging giant for  failing lo consider the residents  and failing to invest in smoke  reducing technologies already  available. "It shouldn't come  back to haunt quality of life for  residents on the Coasl," he said.  Composting mulched wood,  forced-air pit burns, and paved  wood sorts are cleaner ways of  burning wood lefl behind after  logging. The practices can eliminate anywhere from 60 to 80  We think it's  time Interfor  took corporate  responsibility'  - Linda Williams  per cent of smoke from traditional waste fires.  But Inlerfor's district manager Mike Bell balked at complaints, calling Ihe residents  hypocrites since many residents  burn wood in their fireplaces.  "There's no way Interfor  should be trying to rectify these  problems, only to have the rest  of Ihe community say, 'I don't  have to do that.'" Bell dismissed the idea of moving Ihe  burn site, now only 500 melres       from lhe Sechell  boundary, to another  location because, he  said, similar complaints would rekindle wherever the  company chose to  relocate.  "To  arbitrarily       say move it because  Ihe residents of that  community don't like it,  because our smoke stinks and  their smoke doesn't, is a moot  point."  Bell said Interfor is examining the newer technologies, but  is delaying the use of them  because "when we put something in, we want it to work."  Whether smoke harms people's health is debatable, said  Bell. "No one's been able to  prove it's harmful. Where are  these newcomers as pure as the  wind-driven snow who want the  air so clean?" he asked.  However, the head of Ihe  industrial and air section at the  Ministry of Environment said  wood smoke "is not a good  thing." Smoke can be fatal for  people with heart problems or  lung diseases, said Ray Robb.  "Our bodies are not equipped to  deal wilh smoke. Smoke has got  all sons of nasty little chemicals  in it." Ministry officials could  not say Friday if Inlerfor's permit would be approved.  ���V  ��a  :&S  .-*i  -v-  Courage under lire, Elphinstone graphic arts students and a few brave teachers got pie-eyed  Thursday to raise funds for program supplies and travel money. Joel Johnstone photo  Native forestry deal explored in provincial context  by Jane Seyd  A deal struck last week  between International Forest  Products and the Sechelt Indian  Band may raise further questions about logging versus  preservation in Sunshine Coast  forests.  But people involved in the  forest industry say the agreement is typical of a whole spectrum of arrangements now being  made between native people and  forest companies across BC.  Last week, the Sechelt signed  an agreement with Interfor  allowing the forest company an  easement across band lands at  Vancouver Bay and a bridge  across the Skwakwa River at the  head of Jervis Inlet in exchange  for a $465,000 guest lodge property which the band plans to  turn into a tourist destination.  Under the agreement, the  band and Interfor also agreed to  co-operate on logging plans  within the Sechelt's traditional  territory.  Herb Hammond, a forester  with Silva Ecosystem Consultants in the Kootenays, has  worked with First Nations in  developing land-use plans for  the past 12 years and says a  variety of forest agreements  now exist within the native community. Those range from bands  which are involved in joint ventures wilh forest companies -  such as the Ingenika people who  have an agreement with Fletcher  Challenge in the Williston Lake  area - lo Ihose actively opposing  logging in their territory in  favour of developing Iheir own  land-use plans, he says.  Agreements like that reached  with the Sechell provide forest  companies with unencumbered  access to iheir forest licences,  and "the second thing they gain  in my view is they provide the  school of forestry for the First  Nations which tends to eliminate certain alternatives," says  Hammond.  j in return, native bands make  financial gains from payment  for access and revenue sharing.  They may also get more input  into protection of forest areas  within their territory, he says,  although "in my experience forest companies are not very interested in signing agreements lhat  provide that kind of protection."  George Smith, a member of  the Tetrahedron Alliance and a  director of the Canadian Parks  and Wilderness Society, said he  isn't sure what Ihe agreement  will mean for the future of con  troversial areas like the Caren  Range and the Tetrahedron  Plateau, where Interfor holds  forest licenses.  So far, the Sechelt have not  staled what kinds of forest practices would be acceptable within  their traditional territories or if  Ihey would like to see any areas  set aside from logging.  Meanwhile, Mark Wareing  of the Western Canada Wilderness Committee said native  agreements don't necessarily  change the positions of environmental groups. "As far as we're  concerned, we have very clear  statements on the necessity of  having wilderness set aside and  for forest practices on the rest of  the land base," he commented.  "If an Indian band is supporting  existing forest practices, we'll  oppose them."  Don Kinneard  Housing  project  proceeds  despite  objections  by Derek McNaughton  Opposition to a Sechell  social housing project surfaced  during a public meeting Wednesday, yet council members  still charged ahead with basic  approval of the development.  "I'm having 22 units looking  directly into my backyard," said  Udo Sommer. "I'm afraid to go  away on holiday," the 37-year-  �������, old construction worker said.  Sommer said he was worried  neighbouring property values  would decline once the 21 units  slated for Trail Avenue and  Binnacle Street were built. He  claimed the location is wrong  because "low-income people  need to have a close proximity  lo the village." Waving a petition which he said contained 32  names, Sommer said low-  income housing does nothing to  help working people realize a  brand of self-satisfaction that  comes from owning a home. "A  rental situation only perpetuates  poverty," he said.  But Coast Housing Society  directors cautiously dismissed  objections, demonstrating an  immediate need for affordable  housing with statistics and  reports. A 22 per cent population increase between 1986 and  1991, Ihey said, coupled with a  zero per cent occupancy rate in  Sechelt, has eliminated cheap  rental accommodation.  "We have families living in  crisis because they have no adequate housing," said Nancy  Baker, a CHS director. Baker, a  17-year resident, said a lol of  objection stems from an outdated concept of social housing,  conjuring images of ramshackle  and unkempt homes.  This stigma against social  housing is a valid concern, she  said, but "I don'l see a nonprofit housing project bringing  property values down. My concern was that this would  enhance the community, that it  was a quality proposal."  The one-, two- and three-  bedroom units will spread  across aboul one acre of land  currently zoned for 'public  assembly.'  turn to page 2  . jefe ..,._..   .__*JL '-.a({s .  ���a-taSMalMMa  .*. Coast News, May 10, 1993  LYNDA'S i^;s  BOUTIQUE Ui  Treat Yourself I  Drop by and shop in a casual  atmosphere for QUALITY clothes at  fabulously affordable prices. Both  new and consignment clothing.  OP1N TUES SAf   10 urn 5:15 pm  VP? WHARF ST   SfCHElT  BC  Utu        885 6119        '-':  Revitalization plan focusses on road network  by Charles Hart  Realigning Ihe Gibsons bypass to  emerge at Henry Road instead of Payne  Road is one of the chief recommendations  of an uptown revitalization strategy plan  made public by Gibsons council Tuesday.  The committee which drafted lhe 23-  page document concludes that traffic and  road network planning is the most serious  concern for lhe orderly development of  ihe uptown business and commercial district, and that bringing the bypass out  onto Highway 101 at Payne and Pratt  Roads is unsatisfactory even with the  existing developmem.  The Ministry of Highways now projects thai completing the bypass could be  four lo five years in Ihe future, and lhe  strategy committee reviewed lhe current  road network plan with that in mind.  The document recommends an immediate upgrade of the existing  road system to cope with  traffic flow and ongoing  development until the bypass  is completed. The focus of  Plaza and connection to Pratt Road;  ��� Park Road would be improved  because it is expected to serve future mul-      tiple-family housing;  ��� and Sunnycrest Road,  which will soon have a  four-way stop light, would  be extended north to con-  ...Completing tbe  bypass could be  IO   I, Ulil pit riCU.     I I1C    IUVU��   IM        �� - gam UC   CAltllULU    IIUIMI   \\i   VUII~  Ihe road upgrade, if the town Jour to JiVe years nect with Reed Road ..,���  and uptown merchants agree in the future' provide what is likely to  to proceed with the plan, . Highways   Decome the main gateway  _____   to uptown Gibsons - at least  until the eventual completion of the Gibsons bypass."  While the bulk of the plan is devoted  to toad network planning and related topics of traffic and pedestrian flow,  drainage and lighting, there are also sec-  would be fourfold:  ��� Reed Road from North  Road to Henry Road would be designated  as a truck roule and Ihe affected intersections would be upgraded;  ��� Payne Road would be upgraded  because of its importance to Gibsons Park  tions dealing wilh aesthetics, specifically  recommendations to remove overhead  wiring, provide landscaping and open  spaces, and set limits on signs.  The strategy also makes note of Gibsons recent acquisition of 10-acres of land  on Shaw Road for future civic use, and  promotes use of the land, the former  Christenson farm, as a village green for  recreation.  A final section of Ihe plan deals with  marketing, and building an effective business/merchants association to look after  the interest of uptown businesses.  If the goals and priorities of Ihe plan  are adopted by merchants and given  council blessing, Ihe strategy will move  on lo concept stage.  CUSTOM-MADE JEWELLERY  WITH YOUR  OLD GOLD OR MEW  GOLD ��� SILVER  y7K   - CHAINS ��� EARRINGS  x / N PENDa-VNTS ��� RINGS  All custom work and repairs are done on the premises  Enter our draw for a gold chain with any purchase  during tbe month of May.  LOCATED AT THE REAR OF DOCKS1DE PHARMACY, GIBSONS  'Little objection prior to hearing': Buchan  Retirement and Insurance Planning Since 1982  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� RRSP, RRIF, and  Annuities  ��� Lite & Disability  Insurance  ��� 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-800-663-2051  Mutual funds licence with  (iturdiut Group of Fund* Ltd.  Lawrence K. Chambers, cm  CHAMBERS  .aaa.,.. asa.iass  front page 1  Total cost for the five-unit  plan is expected lo reach $2-mil  lion.  Funds will come from Ihe BC  Housing and Mortgage Corporation, which will also provide  100 per cenl of Ihe money needed to .subsidize the plan on an  ongoing basis.  Council, in a rush to endorse  the projecl, gave third reading to  necessary bylaw changes. A  planning committee meeting  will be held Tuesday to further  discuss opposition complaints.  Other objections came in the  form of Iwo letters to council.  Previously, opponents had  been mute. Municipal planner  Rob Buchan said there was little  objection before the public hearing.  Opponents of the plan are not  considering "Ihe overall common good," Buchan said, adding  "the vast majority do not have  any objection or concern."  Marianne Wade and Nancy Baker listen to Dennis Chernoff's arguments over the proposed  Binnacle Avenue social housing project at a public hearing Tuesday. Joel Johnstone photo  Chapman letters spark misrepresentation charge  We're Growing In Your  Direction  Pam Collard  Gibsons     886-4667  Vancouver 443-2344  The Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd.  is pleased co announce that  Pam Collard will be serving  customers in the areas around  Gibsons, Sechelt and  Pender Haibour.  Pam can show you how you can  protect the financial future of your  family, your business and your estate  with the wide range of products and  services Prudential offers.  PRU��TTl/\Lli'  People you can talk to '  by Jane Seyd  Arguments over corporate misrepresentation versus the right to express an opinion  have spilled over from letters/pages of Ihe  newspaper after a comment from the 'Western Canada Watershed Comriittee' oiMhe  Chapman Creek watershed ap|>eared in the  Coast News Weekender.  In the letter (April 15), Peter Moonen of  the watershed committee says logging  should be allowed in the Chapman as it has  been in Greater Vancouver watersheds and  stales that so far in debates on the issue,  "everyone is using information which supports only their point of view."  Meanwhile, another letter writer has  questioned not only that position, but the  legitimacy of the watershed committee in the  first place, which he says is directly tied-in  to Moonen's employment in the communications office of Canadian Forest Products.  Loys Maignon, a Gibsons resident who  teaches ecology as a cultural program al the  University of British Columbia, said he first  began to wonder aboul the committee  because "I'd never heard of thisenvironmen-  tal group," and began to do some phoning.  IM* \mC'Wtlatri\ir_ni:ttMe&mmr'  as an impartial voice bringing out the facts,"  says Maignon.  But as a communications officer at Can-  For involved in a group with no environmentalist representatives, "Mr. Moonen is very  much the opposition," says Maignon.  Meanwhile, Mark Wareing of the Western Canada Wilderness Committee says the  watershed group has surfaced before during  debates over logging in the Vancouver  watershed. "It's a sleazy attempt to trade on  the initials of the wilderness committee and  sow a little confusion in ihe minds of the  public," he says.  "We think it's a bit ludicrous and we  don't view it as a great threat.... of course  they always say 'we're environmentalists'."  "One of their chief strategies is to appear  non-threatening to the public, Of course  they're a bunch of eco-abusing wolves in  sjieep's clothing"  * ** MrfrtwhlWiftler Moonen ttays-fhe-wirter-  shed committee is a legitimate group, firsl  formed because "a lol of information being  made available to the public was not complete," and says il has nothing lo do with  either CanFor or lhe wilderness committee.  "I wouldn't say we're a mainstream environmental group," he says, bul adds there's  no "nefarious purpose" involved.  "Because I'm associated with a forest  products company I'm not allowed lo have  an opinion?" he asks. "Who I work for  shouldn't really come into il... If I was an  accountant who worked for a food store  would that give me more credibility or less?"  "I happen to work in the forest industry  but I drink the water too."  Wilson responds to Campbell leadership challenge  E_  Most people think there's only one wiy  to help the developing world. We have 26.  Call us at 1-800-661-CODE for more information.  CODE  S*U-HifBd��iicythrou|hUterru7lnthedCTelopin|v>-��rtd.  by Jane Seyd  Il's battle of the Gordons in  the BC Liberal leadership campaign.  But while Vancouver mayor  Gordon Campbell officially  entered the fray last Wednesday,  Sunshine Coast MLA and current leader Gordon Wilson said  he's not particularly concerned  about the competition, and criticized Campbell for being an  instant Liberal supported by the  "federal-backed downtown business elite.  "Gordon Campbell has only  been a Liberal for a matter of  days," said Wilson, who called  Campbell's bid a "Henny  Penny" kind of political oppor  tunism after his own efforts to  build up the party: "There's  nobody around to help bake the  W hen .1 death occurs, the issue*  the survivors face seem endless-  such as, financial considerations,  the will of the deceased, and  funeral arrangements. The B.C.  Funeral Association suggests  considering advanced funeral  planning. No one knows the space  of time we have.  Take the fust step trajay. Contact the  B.C. Funeral Association at their  toll free number 1-800-665-3899  for your free copy of "Helpful  Information Ahout Funerals". It's  simply our way of helping you  now...prepare for later.  Ik  cake bul everyone's around to  help eat it."  Wilson agreed the money  behind Campbell's campaign  "certainly makes lhe challenge a  very formidable one," but said  he's still confident of winning  Ihe leadership: "It doesn't concern me unnecessarily."  Meanwhile, of his own caucus members supporting Campbell's bid, Wilson said, "I don't  think there's any coincidence  lhal Ihose who have wielded Ihe  biggest knives (against his own  leadership) now stand closest lo  the biggest challenger," adding  "it has all the makings for a  down and dirty campaign."  While Campbell is portrayed  as "coming in on a white sleed  as saviour for the free enterprise  party," Wilson said he will continue lo resist a coalition with  Social Credit or other political  groups.  If a coalition docs end up  forming within the Liberals,  Wilson said he would be tempted lo "lake my vision" and form  another political party.  Earlier, Wilson blamed those  wanting a coalition for exposing  problems in his personal life and  his relationship with fellow Liberal MLA Judi Tyabji.  Bul regardless of the leadership campaign, Wilson said he's  committed to serving oul his  term as MLA for the Coast.  Meanwhile, Barbara Ball,  president of the Sunshine  Coast/Powell River Liberal riding association, said the group is  slill supporting Wilson.  a*MM Coast News, May 10, 1993  news  Juggling two children and a  dog, all of whom want  under the umbrella, makes  even crossing a Sechelt  street a chore. Happy  Mother's Day anyway.  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Benoit LePage, one of Ihe properly owners, is spearheading the campaign to  halt the community plan change and Tuesday  presented council with a notarized petition of  opposition from 30 neighbouring businesses  in the Crucil Road area.  LePage, who has lived in Gibsons for 26  years, said the other live properties affected  are also owned by long-time residents of Ihe  town: Waller Loitz, Vi and Nelson Winegarden, Helen and Bill Weinhandl, and Don and  Margaret Hauka. "The combined residency  of these long-term family names is 260  years, give or lake a few years," said LePage  in a written submission.  He demanded lo know why the properly  owners were noi informed of Ihe intended  change, to which council cited legal arguments and a desire to avoid land speculation.  Mayor Eric Small stressed that the OCP,  which the town has promised to make public  in the next few weeks, is only a draft and that  no decisions have been made. "You're damn  right it's only a draft," replied LePage. "And  I'm going to fight it - cause I'm not going to  let you bozos change my property."  SCRD orders illegal Ruby Lake home destroyed  by Jane Seyd  Sunshine Coast regional directors voted Thursday lo issue a demolition order on a waterfront house which has been built illegally on  Ihe shore of Ruby Lake.  And Ihey warn lhat people who try lo get around building regulations are going to find il increasingly lough, as the districl continues  ils enforcement, particularly in outlying areas.  The house on Ruby Lake, which directors described as "quite a  large structure" was apparently buill without a building permit and  ,,without anynelback from;Ihe lake, although a 30rPie|re set,a>at;lf, is,  required . According lo directors, the owners of the property said they  weren't aware of permit requirements. Now the owners have Iwo  choices: either remove the building, or have the regional district  remove it for them.  Jane Reid, the area director, said illegal building has been an ongoing concern for residents, who worry that improper setbacks or  septic fields will damage water quality in the lake. In an SCRD lakes  study completed lasl year, Ruby Lake was listed among one of the  lakes in Pender Harbour facing a substantial threat to water quality  i because of a combination,of human use and physical geography.  Gibsons food bank demand grows,  contributions, donations dwindle  ��� >',l.'|  by Derek McNaughton  The number of people visiting Gibsons' food bank has doubled since last year, and the  increased demand for food has  pul Ihe centre in "dire straits,"  workers said Wednesday.  "Times are tough," said  Gwen Robertson, president of  the Gibsons Self-Help Association.  "There are more people  coming. It's been gradually  building, now it's double."  Robertson said about 160  people a week visil Ihe food  bank, where they will walk  away with one pound of hamburger, some potatoes, a handful  of carrots - "enough for one day  of food.  "But what can you do with  one bag of food for a large family?" she asked.  Robertson was hesitant to  pinpoint why more people are  using lhe bank, but blamed  higher food prices as one cause  and suggested the increased  number of people coming from  Vancouver might be another.  A lot of single men visit the  centre, said Robertson, bul families with children also rely on  Ihe service run by volunteers.  The association buys food lo  meet ils twice-weekly allocation  with money made from the sale  of clothes at Nifty Thrifty, and  with money donated by Ihe public. But money has'ebbed considerably, said Robertson.  "We have to pay for rent,  garbage disposal and heat, and  [those expenses) have lo come  first before the clients, which  are our main endeavour," she  said.  Currently, Ihe food bank has  no stockpile of provisions, save  for a few canned goods, some  sugar and flour.  Either way, she said, "if they  come here to gel food, that says  enough. If ihey come here, they  need food."  Cash donations can be sent  to: The Self Help Assoc, Box  598, Gibsons, BC, VON 1V0  SjicciaTl Events  Outdoor Picnics  Wi.'eldiri(is, etc  Also Septic  Link Pumping  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  ���BHnr  FORD  00^ ESCORT LX  The Original  PIZZA  DOES IT AGAIN  'Win a trip for two to Reno, Nevada4  plus $500 spending money  Receive one entry form with every order, pick-up or delivery.  Draw Date Is Friday. June 25th.  This offer available at both locations. Remember for your convenience  we now deliver from Langdale to West Sechelt.  GIBSONS WILSON CREEK  886-7675 or 886-7176 885-0381 or 885-4844  Trip far l>��Oi*aM no (lvalue. Trip vsaffl tare to be taken In Nsrvember. Four days, three nights.  Delivery Houis:  /OOHwy. 101.Gibsons. 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EXPERIENCE   THE   DIFFERENCE   OUR   STANDARDS   MAKE  SOUTH COAST FORD  a-d-l   _. _���       ���      :-. -  - -'�������"y*ay-i Coast News, May 10, 1993  opinion  i  Renewing road  to highway safety  It may seem odd to And an obsession with roads and  traffic flow as the dominant feature of an uptown revitalization strategy plan for Gibsons.  And while the plan's recommendations for road routing  and upgrading have been drafted in the interests of developing a prosperous, well-planned business and commercial district in the upper town, the underlying issue of  safety is a compelling reason to give road network planning serious consideration at this time, not just in Gibsons, but along the whole Coast.  One of the more interesting misconceptions that the  plan exposes is the widely held belief that Coast traffic  increases significantly during the summer tourist season.  The strategy plan reviews flow patterns studied at the  Payne/Pratt Road and North Road intersections and notes  that there is relatively little change in volume from summer to winter.  It's safe to conclude, as the plan does, that rapid population growth and a year-round, rather than seasonal,  tourist influx are responsible for the growing number of  vehicles rolling along Coasl roads.  It is also clear from highways ministry indications that  completion of the Gibsons Bypass, the critical phase III,  is at least four or five years away. Even without potential  improvements to the ferry service, the current rate of  growth is going to continue to erode highway safety  unless the ministry of highways, local government and,  where appropriate, private business co-operate on  improvement projects.  A glowing example is a recent agreement by the Town  of Gibsons, Highways and Sunnycrest Mall merchants,  especially SuperValu, to share the cost of installing a  four-way light at Sunnycrest Road. The intersection,  which regulates high traffic volumes and controls access  and egress from the mall, has become a major hazard.  There's no question that upper Gibsons is fast becoming a hive of vehicle and pedestrian activity, serving as  the gateway to points north and as the main centre of  commercial activity in the town.  The uptown strategy report, in focusing on road planning, has some constructive recommendations to make  that have as much or more to do with highway safety  than with revitalization.  Housing rush  There is an obvious need for social housing on the  Coast and everywhere in BC where house prices have  soared - leaving a dearth of affordable accommodation'  for individuals and families on middle and low incomes.  It is to Sechelt's credit that community-minded individuals, including the mayor, have stepped forward to initiate  a needed development that the private sector is currently  not supplying and likely never will without incentives.  But in what appears to be a classic example of the  NIMBY (not in my backyard) syndrome, adjacent residents have mounted a petition against the location and  put forward their fears that property values will fall as a  result of such housing moving into the neighbourhood.  Perhaps the objections were unexpected. Either way,  the municipality should have waited before proceeding to  third reading of the rezoning bylaw.  A public hearing on rezoning gives residents their only  chance to respond to land-use changes that will affect  them. Fairness, or its appearance, is served only if elected  officials show they are willing to consider all views  before making up their minds. Third reading immediately  following a public hearing undermines the process.  Marina, hemp and  planetary ills  I would like to take this  opportunity to commend you on  two recent editorials which I  believe were of a meritorious  calibre. They both appeared in  your May 3 issue; one dealt with  the Wilson Creek Marina.  My question is, where are  those aboriginals who were  opposed to the sinking of the  Chaudiere now? Wesley Jeffries  and Calvin Craigan were both  adamantly against the sinking of  that ship in their "traditional"  waters, but wasn't Wilson Creek  also a traditional estuary? I  believe they even called the area  Tsawcome. Now Craigan is  arguing with Environment  Canada over its regulations  which you so eloquently argued  are there for the benefit and pro-  lection of all parties.  Anyone who thinks 360 plea-  sure boats will not have a  greater impact on the environ-  meo*., particularly a salmon;  spawning estuary, than one oil  submerged and inactive war  ship is deceiving themselves, or  were the sentiments of Trent  Dixon correct when he let slip:  "We weren't given control of  the charter business in the  Inlet," when the announcement  was made to sink the Chaudiere.  I'm not opposed to the band  gaining financial independence  or developing the marina, but  haven't they learned from the  mistakes of their misguided  European cousins? Or perhaps  they learned too well.  The other editorial on May 3  was by John Burnside, which  dealt with the legalization of  hemp. It's about time this issue4  came out into the open where it  belongs. And I'm glad to see  Mr. Burnside has the guts to  address it in a public forum.  The facts speak for themselves; there has never been one  death attributable to over-consumption of marijuana - but  alcohol? - millions. The real  issue was never the narcotic  effects of hemp inhalation, it  was precisely because of its  industrial value and the threat it  posed to the hegemony of the  oil, chemical, forestry and transportation tycoons and monopolies in Chicago, New York etc.  that it was banned.  But isn't this the same old  story? Sanity and sound ecological principles go out the window  in favour of greed and short-  term economic gain. This is  exactly why this issue is gaining  prominence now; we are running out of time and resources.  The planet cannot sustain continued levels of pollution and  ecological destruction for much  longer, it may already be too  late.  Let's use the best contributions that countless cultures  have made to civilization  including the technology and  entrepreneurial spirit of the  West to address planetary survival. That means having an  open mind to products or ideas  which might keep this society  alive and will be of benefit to  the whole, not just the few traditional elites.  We need to let go of old  stereotypes which only serve to  entrench the economic dictatorship of those with the most to  lose. Does anyone really have  the right to a billion dollars at  the expense of the planet or its  peoples? We can either bail out  spaceship earth with new ideas  and approaches, or we can go  down the black hole of the universe on a dead planet.  ERNEST K. ANDREWS  Gibsons  Purveying paranoiac  religious views  In response to John Bum-  side's "Musings" on religious  violence which you printed  April 26, may I say the following: I find his remarks and in  fact, the basic flavour of his article to be indicative of an obvious Mas and predisposition  against the church. His argument one would suspect, is primarily reactionary rather than  well researched.  The "separation of church  and state issue" is key evidence  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  of this. In the area of abortion he  seems to be unaware that both  sides in the issue view it as not  only complex and delicate, but  as having no simple solution as  well. To view all (as he puts it -  so-called) pro-lifers as secretly  supportive and somehow culpable for the actions of one man is  particularly myopic.  Shall we then paint all environmentalists with the same  brush? To this he also adds the  desire to saddle religion with the  lion's share of responsibility for  global violence. This is surely  evidence of an ignorance concerning the true nature of man  and his wars.  One needn't delve far into  the butchery of this 20th century  to discover the lack of any religious conviction on the part of  many of the key players.  Finally, to depict the chuich  as a politically motivated group  which is earnestly seeking to  control local and school governments is not,only recklessly  inaccurate bul paranoiac as well.  What he fails to understand is  that the church is not some  wealthy power-hungry monolithic organization. The church  is people.  And these people are simply  asking for the privilege to raise  their families in accordance with  their faith. We hope to always  enjoy the freedom to teach our  children kindness and virtue and  the responsibility to defend the  defenseless.  How he has arrived at this  idea that the local expression of  the church is either militant or  threatening I truly do not understand. Perhaps he should consider who these people really are  who he is so enthusiastically  casting his aspersions on.  ALBERT HUDSON  Gibsons  Two northern neighbours are in search of leadership  Canada and Russia are both embroiled with the  question of leadership.  I suggested not long ago that leadership is  knowing what to do and how to do it. How do  Boris Yeltsin, the embattled leader of Russia, and  Kim Campbell, the leading aspirant in the race to  replace Brian Mulroney, measure up?  I have had my doubts about Yeltsin since the  summer of 1991. I remember observing darkly in  one of these columns shortly after Yeltsin won his  way to power that Boris seemed a little too fond of  the presidential decree to make a convincing  democrat.  He came perilously close to impeachment earlier this Spring for precisely that fondness. Nobody  ever said that heading a democratic government  was a simple matter, even if the country you head  weren't reeling in economic chaos, as is Russia.  Leadership needs vision and compromise along the  way.  Yeltsin may appear to know whal he wants to  do - install a free market economy - but I do not  think he knows how to do it.  Nor do I think the free market bromide he offers  the tragically suffering Russians is the answer to  their problems. It is the rhetoric of the Reagan and  Bush years.  It is a logical fallacy to assume that because  Communism proved ineffective in Russia its oppo-  musings  john burnside  site must be right.  Unfettered free market economics hasn't benefitted the Uniied States of America. In March of  1985, after four years of Reagan cutting taxes and  deregulating, the USA became a debtor nation for  the first time.  Today it is the greatest debtor nation in the  world. That's lhe record of 12 years of administrations which insisted on die pre-eminence of free  market forces.  Unfettered capitalists frolicked in America in  the '80s all right, to the vast betterment of many of  them. This frolicking did not lead to health for  their nation nor the well-being of their fellow citizens.  One recent report has the United States sinking  from first place to sixth in standard of living  among the countries of the world. It is simply a  fact that tbe nations which have passed it by have a  combination of free market and government forces  at work.  Yet, poor old Boris seems to have bought the  Ronald Reagan line hook, line, and assuredly  sinker.  Let me say that I had a very unpleasant feeling,  back in 1991, when I saw how Yeltsin went out of  his way to humiliate Mikhail Gorbachev when the  latter fell from power.  "There is a man who wants to be the king of the  castle for his ego's sake," I thought. "He has been  jealous of Gorbachev and wants his position for  the prestige of it, not the challenge."  It's a feeling that stands the test of time. And  maybe by the time this appears in print Russia will  have had an election, both for a parliament and for  a president and a bener mixture will be attained.  The danger is that the desperate Russian people  will tire of the clash of egos and turn, as the Germans did in the 1930s, to a radical saviour who will  promise them bread and pride.  The situation does not appear as melodramatic  in Canada as we apparently prepare for the anointing of our first lady Prime Minister.  If a leader is to be chosen from the ranks of the  Conservatives,unquestionably that leader should be  Campbell. She is, if you will pardon the reference  to a well known photograph, head and shoulders  above the rest in her cabinet and in her caucus.  There is room for misgiving nonetheless. I  remember another who came to prominence as  Minister of Justice who swept on a wave of sudden  popularity into the country's leadership. Pierre  Elliot Trudeau had no interest in economics and  that lack of interest arguably began the long slide  into penury for this country, not yet reversed.  The yardstick for leadership is knowing what to  do and how to do it. Does Kim Campbell know?  What is her background?  We know that she was a happy Socred till her  bid for leadership failed in 1986. She switched to  the federal scene rather than be a follower of Vander Zalm, surely to her credit, but again there was  alignment with primitive capitalism.  In Ottawa she has been a loyal follower of  Brian Mulroney, himself an advocate of Reagan-  Bush economics. Canadian economic trauma may  not equal that of Russia, but it is real nonetheless.  The aspirant Campbell, like the incumbent Yeltsin,  faces economic difficulties.and both appear adherents of the policies which have brought even the  mighty USA into jeopardy.  Great leaden have a way of rising to the occasion and Kim Campbell, should she be chosen,  may do just that. But the challenges for a neophyte  are enormous and one is haunted by that other former Minister of Justice whose charisma swept  him to power.  COAST^NEWS  letacrlftatiUmlar  tm Coaat Hew, of tm Wee-meler.  Canada: 1 year ��� $35 * f 2.45 CST - $37 45  6 months ��� $20 + J1.40 CST - ��2t.40  foaWjn. 1 yaw ��� $40 (No CST)  Raj No. 4702  Publleh.,  ���Pat Tripp  Editor           Charles Hart  The Sunshine Coast News Is published on  Use Sunsharw Coast, B.C. ev���y Monday by  A-mrfehg  RepnaawnUtAva  Bill Rogers, Simons Cartytto-Smith,  Loni Shaw, David MWsr  flsportat*      Stuart Bumtkto. Darah Hansen  Jans Seyd, Dersk McNaughton  Photogrsphmr Joel Johnstone  GUalo-l fr-,, IH.  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Possibly Ihey hang out shingles  or can be found in the yellow  pages.  Admittedly, the only one I  have heard introduced on the air  waves as a futurist was speaking  from California and sure we  have come to expect newly  minted professionalisms from  the Pacific's Rim to our south.  But this one had been invited as  panelist to a CBC morning radio  show and he wafe discussing the  future, of the world of course,  and professionally, of course,  with UBC's professor John  Robinson.  Robinson was there because  he is a co-author of a book  called 2030. It has a longer title  than that but 2030 will be identifiable.  The book is the result of  some years of study by teams  from universities in BC and  Ontario, quite consciously  aimed at setting a realistic but  best scenario scene for the way  our world might be in the year  2030.  There are certainly plenty of  worst scenario notions bobbing  aboul out there every morning  and this would seem to be a useful and welcome piece of work.  1 have not seen the book, but  this may be a case where a little  personal thought might be of aid  before digging in to see what  our brave academic boys have  made of all the computer models and demographic projections; the ozone challenge; the  AIDS challenge; the rich and  poor nations; the warring religions; the new wars still boiling  up there; and, oh a thousand  things.  Faced with this 40-odd year  look into the future people of an  age to do so will likely tend to  look back first, over the past 40  years and say well, what might  we have managed to envision of  all this if we had had the  research tools and sociological  equations back in 'S3?  I don't think we would have  seen the end of the Soviet  empire, but then we didn't really see it a week before it happened. In 'S3 I think you would  have to say that the widening  gap between the Soviets and the  Western world was the biggest  single factor in our thoughts of  the future and we could only see  it growing. People were out  there in their gardens from England to California building air  raid shelters.  But communism, marxism,  was not simply a political system of course. It was, it is I suppose, a whole attitude to the  world; and one thing both the  professor and the futurist agreed  on was that mainly everything  was going to depend on the general human attitude to life. And  in a nutshell  H  proposing attitudes to life, we  gathered, was not going to be  their business. They also, of  course, agreed on the need for  more and better education, but  they didn't, 1 thought, want to  get into matters of the curriculum either.  The power of the marxist  idea was in the ideal of Soviet  man, and this can be considered  as a whole attitude to life. It was  not, they considered back at the  start of the '20s something that  was going to come naturally to  the whole population and so  they embarked on a series of  five-year plans, and this got  them first in space and won a  whole lot of Olympic Games,  etc. but not an empire filled with  Soviet persons.  Five years ago it was noted  in the Coast News that the Russians had just held an unprecedented conference on the problems they were having with  their school system.  The women, their top sociologists were saying, seemed  often to be doing okay, but the  men were increasingly getting  bored and falling out early. I  stuart nutter  think an alert observer could  have seen five years ago that the  ideal of Soviet man was pretty  well down the drain.  Where are we to look for this  attitude everyone is now saying  that we're all going to need so  much?  Essentially in the schools I  would think and for this we're  going to need the kind of  schools and curricula that will  encourage its development and  foster its growth so that it may  become apparent.  It seems there will be no  shortage of people keeping a  keen eye on these hard-to-defme  developments. On the same day  that I heard Professor Robinson  I saw Leslie Gelb being interviewed by Charlie Rose.  Gelb has had what many  think the best job in North  America for a newspaper  columnist: twice a week for the  New York Times.  He was on with Rose  because he is giving it up; and  what he is going to do is head a  think tank which will keep tabs  on how we are feeling our way  into the future.  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However, being of a slightly  devious nature, he took it upon  himself to peer through a few  keyholes before departing, and  he reported back to his friends  that TM "flying" appeared to be  rather more a case of hopping  while bent into the lotus position. Still, he said that the hops  were to a fairly impressive  height, and if you can imagine  getting even remotely airborne  while in the lotus position, then  1 suppose the TMers were actually "flying" in the same way  that a toy poodle is actually a  "dog."  In any event, United Airlines  apparently didn't have to worry  about its trans-Pacific routes  and we didn't give a lot more  thought to personal levilation.  My interest was re-piqued by  your May 3 front-page picture  of Pender Harbour's Chris  Kluftinger levitating above what  appears to be the world's largest  guinea pig. The man has apparently improved on the altitude  attained by the TMers to the  point where ferry service to the  mainland may soon be unnecessary.  Potential flyers should note  that Kluftinger is obviously  deep in concentration, and his  arms are spread in an angelic  configuration, though perhaps  he is imitating the swept-back  wing formation favored by  designers of supersonic aircraft.  But the burning issue is Ihis:  what role does the pig play in  this miracle of flight? Is it purely metaphoric, reminding us of  the hoary cliche about soaring  with the eagles versus wallowing with the pigs? Or is the  beast some integral part of the  flight formula, just as witches of  old were said to have animal  "familiars" which helped them  with their paranormal deeds?  And of course, the ultimate  question remains: Where do I  get me one of them pigs?  I'm sure many others join me  in bated breath for a full report  in the Coast News on the complete study from Transport  Canada. And if photographer  Joel Johnstone doesn't get some  sort of award for capturing the  moment on film, then the world  is truly an unjust place.  ANDYJUKES  Gibsons  Politics of  educational reform  1 wish to take this opportunity to respond to some of the  more blatant misconceptions by  Mr, Horvathiiih,\sMay 3 pasti-  gation of my comments about  "no-fai(ure", or,"Continuous  Progress" schools.  Mr. Horvath somehow  assumes that there are "no tests  or any form of evaluation" in a  continuous progress system.  This could be no farther from  the truth. Authentic evaluation,  including various types of tests,  and reporting of progress is  essential in such a system, not  only for program planning, but  for also reporting of progress to  parents, and to prospective  employers.  The type of assessment and  reporting should be much more  specific to the individual, and  much more descriptive than the  false objectivity of letter grades.  Employers do not assess their  employees with percentages and  with letter grades, they assess  them with performance criteria  and anecdotal references which  is the intent of Year 2000 evaluation.  Mr. Horvath finds it "ludicrous" that students will not  "pass" classes any more than  they will "fail" them. Under the  ideal "continuous progress" system, students will get credit for  whatever level of accomplishment they have achieved. The  difference is that if they have  not achieved to an artificial SO  per cent, they will not have to  do the whole year over again,  they simply continue at their  current level of achievement.  The reciprocal is, of course, that  the higher achievers, whether  through motivation or aptitude,  will accomplish credit for  achievement beyond what is  currently possible.  Mr. Horvath asks that I  "answer" how students can  "really face the music in the real  world when they have been  tamed all through high school".  The answer is simple and obvious. The same students who are  motivated to achieve success  under the "failure" system will  succeed under a no-fail system  because they are the ones who  have the intrinsic strengths and  will to succeed. However, those  who lack these inner resources  will not be further defeated by  continuous failure. I ask Mr.  Horvath, "how can students face  the music in the real world  when they have been defeated  all through high school?"  Finally, Mr. Horvath writes  of the "left-leaning NDP views"  of a no-fail system. I assume he  is aware of my extra-curricular  connections with that party. It is  necessary to remind him that the  original suggestions of the continuous progress system in Year  2000 came from the Social  Credit government of Bill Vander Zalm. The current government is being much more cautious than the original Socred  timelines envisaged.  Oh, by the way Mr. Horvath,  you fprgot to identify yourself  as an education director of the  "right-leaning" Reform Party of  Canada, as you have in earlier  letters. I'm pleased to see a  bright young man like yourself  take such interest in politics, but  if we are going to make political  hay of education reforms, then  let's do it openly.  BILL FORST  Gibsons  Time to share  responsibility  Ministerial refusal to hand  control of Chapman Creek to  SCRD in its decision to leave its  future in the hands of Forestry  and corporate interests, is an  example of "the tragedy of the  commons". The latter is the historical phenomenon of the  squandering of public lands and  welfare to the benefit of the few,  through lack of foresight. It  exemplifies ihe link between the  abuse of both fundamental  democracy and the environment.  Contrary to Thomson's letter  (April 26), it is a triumph of the  corporate state and technocracy  over the will of the community.  To suit narrow immediate interests Thomson twists arguments  against logic. Denial of the  magnitude of our current problems to meed personal interests  is characteristic of abusive  behaviour. The interest manifested is not in "sharing  resources", but in abusing both  the environment and democracy  by twisting the facts in order to  avoid long-term responsibility  for short-term gain. Unemployment is tragic, however, with  imagination and will, jobs can  be created, destruction of environmental resilience creates far  more irreversible problems.  This abusive pattern of  behaviour has already produced  such long-term environmental  problems as ozone depletion,  before which governments are  powerless, and the guilty parties, corporations and technocrats, avoid responsibility.  The public is simply told to  "stay indoors between 11 am  and 4 pm". This and Thomson's  logic simply flies in the face of  the World Scientists' Warning  to Humanity, a key document  signed in December by 2,575  senior scientists including 99  Nobel Prize winners.  Surely, it is time that we  assume responsibility by facing  lhe reality of our collective  environmental crisis, and act  with foresight in a very fragile  environment. People, not technocrats, must make these decisions and assume the responsibilities, not just the costs of  these decisions.  -FREE-  Starting  .2495  SAFETY  INSPECTION  Get Ready for Spring  A full mechanical report on your vehicle's  condition for trouble free driving  (Includes a computer printout on vehicle condition)  "1,  f  I  I  Coupon expires June 1/93 ���  I .Suncoast Tire & Mechanical  " 5633 Wharf Rd��� Sechelt 885-7927  MON - FRI 7am ��� 5pm ��� SAT Sam - 5pm  Shop and compare,  Wa will meet any competitive price.  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Hlld-A-Wly Rlttniriflt - Bring Ihe  whole family and join us lor  great dining at the Haid-A-Way  Restaurant in Cibsons Motor Inn  on Hwy. llll at Park Rd Our  friendly, helpful staff and warm,  pleasant atmosphere will add to  your enjoyment of our excellent  breakfast, lunch and dinner  menu, which includes a children's section.We're open 7 days  a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-9pm., Saturdays &  Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, wilh a  large selection of hot and cold  dishes and desserts. Eat to your  heart's content. Don't forget our  Friday & Saturday night 2 for 1  dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 886-4501. 50 seats plus  banquet room.  HHItkfi Family Raataurant Located  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Cibsons. Family Dining wilh Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country atmosphere and reasonable  prices. Our specialties are steaks  and burgers, homemade soups,  pies and salads, and entrees.  Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon request. Licensed &  air conditioned.Winter Hours:  Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am - 9 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tht Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table.  Continental cuisine and seafood  at its best. Sunday Brunch from 8  am - 2 pm. Fully licensed and air  conditioned. Dinner reservations  recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis  Bay. 885-7285.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting one of our many homestyle  specialties in the pub; or the  casual surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum  Burger" is a challenge lo the  biggest appetite. Backeddy Pub -  located 1/2 mile north of  Egmont on Maple Road. Open 7  days a week. Pub open noon -  closing Kitchen hours: Noon -  8:00 pm.  Irvine* Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed  selling with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30. We're  now open? days a week - 11 am  - 11 pm Pender Harbour, 883-  1145, Mastercard ate Visa. Fully  luensed  FINE DINING  Blui Heron Inn - Localed on Ihe  waterfront, enjoy the view of  East Porpoise Bay. Observe the  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight with a candle at  your lable. To savor this superb  dining experience, reservations  are required for dinner. Fully  licensed. Hours, Wednesday-  Sunday. Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm. 885-3847.  Chez Philippe Restaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge The fire is burning every evening in our rugged  stone fireplace. We have candlelight and fresh flowers on the  tables. Soft music is the final  touch to set the scene for a  relaxed evening of fine dining,  we have an extensive wine list  and friendly professional seivice.  Your hosts Chef Philippe and  Karen Lacoste invite you lo have  lhal special dinner you go to  Vancouver for - right here in  Gibsons! Follow Gower Point  Road to Ocean Beach Esplanade.  Reservations recommended. 886-  2188. Open 5:30 p.m. 6 days a  week. Closed Wednesdays.  Cnek Houm - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet casual atmosphere. We  serve selections of rack of lamb,  duck, crab, clams, scallops,  steaks and daily specials from a  constantly changing menu.  Reservations recommended.  Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open from 6  pm. Thurs. through Sun. Visa &  Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons  Landing. Savour the delights of  fresh seafood from around the  world. Our extensive Dinner  Menu includes fresh seafood in  our soup, salad, hot or cold  appetizers, main courses and  pastas. Other entrees include  sleak, veal, chicken and lamb.  Caesar salad for two and flambe  desserls are prepared at your  tableside. Our lunch menu contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: OPEN 7 DAYS A  WEEK 11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours:  4:30 - 9:30. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  ��� On TIN Beach ��� Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch  cruise ships glide by & sample  the fine cuisine of this renowned  restaurant. Open 7 day a week  for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  Brunch on Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm.  Dinner Reservations Recommended. In the heart of Sechelt  at Ihe Driftwood Inn, Trail  Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Err* 1 Gtmn'i Driver In - Take out,  or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads, burgers, chicken, desserls,  drinks, ice cream. Free home  delivery within 4 miles, after 5  pm only, on $10 minimum  orders. Small charge for orders  under $10. Hwy. 101. Gibsons.  886-7813.  Chapman memorial  planned in Gibsons  by Liz Chapman  A memorial service will be  held for Hubert Oborne Chapman at 3 pm today May 10, al  St. Mary's Anglican Church.  Hu passed away January 17 at  Ihe age of 73 and will be  remembered by his family and  friends for the many contributions made to the community  during his life.  Hu, bom and raised in Vancouver was Ihe grandson of  Edward Chapman, founder of  Edward Chapman Limited.  After serving in the Royal  Canadian Navy during the war,  Hu spent over 50 yeais of his  life building Chapman's into a  thriving family business,  expanding the company to  include five relail outlets wilh a  staff of 50 employees. There is  no doubt that the pace and style  of lhe stores reflect'Hu's personality. He took great pride in  his stores, always searching for  new and unusual items to sell.  In addition to running his  business, Hu always made lime  for the many organizations in  which he was actively involved.  Over the years Hu held the following positions: three-term  president of The Vancouver  Club; director of The Vancouver Board of Trade; director of  The Canadian Club of Vancouver; president of The Canadian  Clubs of BC; director of The  British Canadian Trade Associates. Hu was also a member of  Vancouver Executives Association, Canada/UK Chamber of  Commerce, and Pennask Lake  Fishing Lodge. As an avid  Rolls-Royce collector, Hu  served as a national director of  The Rolls-Royce Owner's Club  and founded the Western Canada section of The Rolls-Royce  Enthusiasts' Club.  Although much of Hu's time  was occupied with his business  and other activities, he never  losl sight of what was most  important to him. His family  always remained his first priority. Hu is survived by his wife  Pat; children Wendy, Elizabeth  and Edward; and granddaughter, Patricia.  Hubert Oborne Chapman  will be greatly missed by all  who knew him. His sense of  humour, optimistic outlook and  enthusiastic approach to life  will continue to inspire us all.  Accommodation sought  for international students  Gail Sangster, director for World Youth Service, a non-profit cultural exchange program, is in search of homes for international students planning to attend high school on the Coast in 1993/94.  There are two students from Belgium, at least one of whom speaks  French. These students plan to attend school here for one full year.  One female student from Australia will be here from September  through January. She has been registered to go to school in Sechelt.  There is also a grade 12 female student from Brazil looking for a  home placement in Gibsons.  For more information regarding the Canadian Students Outbound  Program, International Students to the Sunshine Coast Program or  short term programs, contact Gail Sangster al 886-3783.  The GO Teens  sincerely thank the  following individuals,  businesses and  organizations for  their support  HR2 S6 C9 Gibsons BC VON IVO  ��� Esplen Accounting  -Jim ft Karen  ��� Henry's Bakery  -Jim ft Lorraine  ��� Andy's Restaurant  ��� Andy Maragos  ��� Patra's 2 for 1 Pizza  ��� Gibsons Building Supply  ��� Tim ft Lori Weatherby  ��� Peninsula Alarm  - Rick ft Ian  ��� Gibsons Park Plaza  - Marcorp Management  ��� Howe Sound Pulp ft Paper  ��� The Vancouver Foundation ��� Diane Zorn  for funding . The Gibsons ft District  ��� Sunshine Coast Disposal      Chamber of Commerce  ��� Quality Farms  ��� Gibsons Lions Club  - Frank Saldconi  ��� ICG Propane  - Mr. Schumaker  ��� video Etc.  - Sharon ft Darcy Burke  ��� Brad ft Linda Quarry  ��� Patti Stacey  ��� Super Valu  - Blanc Hagedorn  ��� Watersyde Productions  -Marilyn James  ft Helen Jean  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  by George Cooper  At the April I09ers luncheon  hosted by the ladies auxiliary to  the Gibsons Legion, members  of Ihe branch bid farewell to  Ken and Margaret Barton. The  Bartons will be leaving soon to  take up residence in Crofton  Manor in Vancouver.  For the past 22 years the  Bartons have lived in retirement  in Langdale and more recently  in Gibsons. Before that they  lived in Powell River where  Ken was employed in the traffic  division of the pulp and paper  operation. This year on August  27, the Bartons mark their 55th  wedding anniversary.  Margaret's name is recorded  in the book Remembering  Roberts Creek, one of the teachers in East Roberls Creek  School in Ihe 1930s. The row of  eastern maples on lhat school  site on Orange Road has become a district landmark. Margaret says she had eight delightful pupils in al least one of her  four years teaching there.  While Ken spent long  months in hospital recovering  from shrapnel wounds received  in WWII in action with the  Seaforths near Ortona in Italy,  he found a satisfying therapy in  needlepoint. His full size Highlander in needlepoint graces the  lounge in the Gibsons Legion,  his gift to the branch.  Grandfather pilot  Recent visitors in the home  of Art and Betty Kiloh of Hopkins were Belly's cousin David  Bagshaw and his wife Yvonne.  David Bagshaw recently retired  with the rank of Squadron  Leader from the Royal Air  Force after a career of 32 yeais.  The Bagshaws now live in Norfolk, England, near their two  daughters and grandchildren.  Both David and Yvonne grew  up in Manitoba. David served in  the RCAF before joining the  RAF. In the Gulf War he spent  4000 hours in combat duty  piloting Jaguars ��� fighter  bombers - targeting Iraqi radar  and missile sites.  "I was probably the only  grandfather pilot in that desert  campaign," he told the Kilohs.  Birthday  Friends from square dancing  days and family honoured Mary  Wardrop of Roberls Creek on  her 80th birthday on April 21 in  the clubroom of Marina Place.  Flowers galore were birthday  gifts to Mary along with a great  stack of cards. As speakers reminisced, guests were reminded  of their years as storekeepers in  isolated upcoast Echo Bay and  their days as operators of a  resort on Skaha Lake near Penticton. "We both survived  Mary's learning to drive in  recent years," said one speaker  who had volunteered to teach  her, "with only one small dent  in the car as a result."  "Our children always  enjoyed their holidays so much  at Sunny Bay on Lake Skaha,"  said master of ceremonies John  Brandeis, "and they have  always had a special affection  for Jim and Mary."  Cavalcade  preparations  underway  by Linda Reeve  Planning continues for the  July 23 weekend. Our theme  Ihis year is 'gifts from ihe sea'.  Thanks lo Lila Landry for the  original idea, Shito Gregorchuk  for artistic drawings and Graham Wragg for graphics.  A lottery is being sponsored  again Ihis year: First prize, trip  for two to Reno, donated by the  sales staff of NRS Really; second prize, fishing irip for eight i  on the Alibi Wahoo, donated by  Rom Lane; third prize, painting  'Behind the Breakwater' donat-1  ed by V. Chamberlin; fourth  prize, cruise of Skookumchuck  by Suncoast Tours; fifth prize,  dinner for two ($50 value)  donated by the Omega Restaurant; sixth prize, Ed Hill banner.  On the May 24 weekend Sea  Cavalcade will again open  Molly's Reach to tourists and  residents.  Our thanks to Harry and  May Smith. Sale of souvenirs  and memorabilia will help raise  funds for the many events  planned. Coast News, May 10, 1993  communily  mberts creek  by Beverley Shipley  Roberts Creek elementary is having a  very necessary fundraiser on Friday, May  14. Parent organizers are calling it the  Fun'D'Raiser Fair and il is going to include  games, food, prizes, entertainment, mystics,  raffles, while elephant, plant sale, bake table,  service raffle, computer games, etc. If anyone can help wilh lhe services raffle, please  sign up at (he store and for the white elephant, call Rosemary at 885-7055. If you can  perfomi, ie music, magician, clown, or any  kind of carnival type character, call Aijou at  886-0347 or Ihe school.  Raffle winners  L'Ecole Passe Partout had a raffle and the  winners are: a quill, made and donated by  Paula Seifred O'Brien won by Judi Oldham;  groceries, Adrienne Oldham; ferry tickets  donated by Jones and Whiteley won by  Linda Thompson; bilge pump donated by  Cottrells Marine Service won by Hope  Ryckman; children's books illustrated and  donated by Kim LaFave were won by Jenny  Dixon, Jean Donaldson, Maureen Sleep,  Brian McFee, Pat Parker and Mara.  Winners who have not yet received their  prize call the school at 885-5855.  Earth Day thanks  Earth Day '93 at Cliff Gilker Park was a  glorious celebration of life on planet earth.  The organizers would like to thank the following people and businesses who made it  all possible. Jan Brinton, Nancy Gaudry,  Carole Rubin, Ken Lay, IGA Gibsons,  SuperValu, Norseman Plastics, Home Hardware, Quality Farms, Jeanette Moen, Caitlin  Hicks, Ken Dalgleish, Sound Construction,  Jim Land, Steve Stevens, Fidel Fogerty,  Steve Cass, Jeff Collins, Ed Lands, Reg Old-  ershaw, Steve Alexander, the parks crew,  Amonal Du Planty, Kevin Shepherd and Ken  (sound crew), Gerry Gruner, BC Tel, Bruce  Searle, Yvonne Mounsey, Edmund Butler,  Len Hill, Roberts Creek General Store,  Peggy Connor, Susan Milne, Carol LaFave,  Ron Paul; and I would like to thank Pat  Ridgway for her organization and press  releases for the Coasl News.  OCP meeting  The OCP working committee is calling an  important meeiing Monday, May 17 at 7:30  pm in the library al Roberts Creek elementary. The meeting is lo review Ihe draft OCP  which can be picked up at the SCRD or at  the meeting.  Pancake breakfast  The restoration committee is hosting a  pancake breakfast and garage sale on Sunday, May 30 from 9 am to 12 noon. The  breakfast will cosl $5 adulls, $3 seniors and  children 12 and under, wilh funds going lo  Creek Daze. Anyone wishing to donate odds  and sodds for Ihe garage sale conlacl Lee al  885-4410, Gail at 886-3977 or Jeanette al  885-5512.  Sunshine Coast  Arts Centre  Trail & Medusa,Sechelt  &$nnMt.nce>nient  The Association of Naturopathic Physicians of B.C.  Is pleased to announce the opening of the practice of  Dr. Denise Rochon, N.D.  Monday, May I Oth  Dr. Rochon Is now accepting new patients at  5531 Wharf Road, Sechelt  �����������_ 885-3150 ._��_,  The sun came out and stayed nut for Roberts Creek Maypole celebrations May 2.  Joel Johnstone photo  This picture was inadvertently left out of this month's  (May) Issue of the Realtor. . . We apologize for any  Inconvenience this may have caused the vendor.  3700 HEAL ROAD, ROBERTS CREEK  Custom built home with a spacious, warm and well  designed interior throughout, in-door radiant hot water  heating. Oak hardwood floors. Custom cabinets. Built-in  stove. Wall oven and dishwasher. Open combination  kitchen, breakfast nook and family room with free  standing wood heater. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and  much, much more. Must be seen to be appreciated. To  view call....  Herb Craig ��� 886-2277  :���?������:��������� __���������:���:--��� ::S  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  davis bay news  bv Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  When people take pride in  Iheir community, il is often  shown by the works they do for  that communily.  Such was the case when 12  volunteers, armed with garbage  bags, swooped along the beach  cleaning up any and all Ihe  debris Ihey could find, from Bay  Road lo Ihe swimming beach. Il  was then picked up and taken to  Ihe dump by another volunteer.  The olher day while walking  Ihe dog, we noticed a couple  walking, picking up scraps of  paper and taking them along  home wilh them lo dispose of. If  we all did lhal, our streets,  boulevards and beaches would  be litter-free.  Bridge luncheon  Fifty-two voracious bridge  players turned out for St. Mary's  Hospital Auxiliary Windup  Merry-Go-Round luncheon held  last Wednesday al Si. Hilda's  hall. After a delicious repast of  curried chicken, cold cuts, salads and desserls, prizes were  then awarded lo the winners of  the pasl season.  Sechelt branch winners were:  highest score Vi Culling and  Joan Waddell; runner-ups were  Edith and Del Bird; honours  went to Janice Wallis and Billie  Steele.  The Robeits Creek winners  were: highest score Connie  Mahannah and Marie McPherson; ruttnerups were Aileen  Pinkerton and Viv Woodsworth;  honours wenl lo Nora Weller  and Dorothy Bruce.  After a robust round of  bridge thai afternoon, Ihe prize  for the highest score of Ihe day  Going Away  on Vacation?  YourSeCatet's  Safe With Us.  L-avryouraia-!sattinm-s��tihm.  ta/AnlmalCawe  MaUCla-aarinsjamdft>s-Mnias.|,  Indoor PUnt and Yard Malntrnance  aVgitatr Horna; Check or UrolnScrrkx  QU1SHMON 885-2228  vCulniHwi��-IVtidt  \tdtvu-Hutd  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branch* Coast To Coaat  wenl to Dorothy Corderey and  Frieda Freidelsberger.  Special mention must go to  Margaret Humm and Phyl  Smallwood who arrange, coordinate and prepare these luncheons, as well as looking after  the bridge all year. All monies  made are donated directly to the  hospital auxiliary.  Thanks to volunteers  Margaret Phillips of the  DB/WC branch of the Sechelt  Library wishes to thank all volunteers and the public for supporting the tea and book sale  held recently.  The funds made on these  events go towards buying new  books for the library and we are  so fortunate to have this right in  the heart of the community.  Choristers  Tickets for the Sunshine  Choristers Concert 20th Anniversary Celebration lo be held  on May 22 at 7:30 pm are now  on sale at Books and Stuff,  Talewind Books, the Seniors  Hall and Sayward Books in Gibsons. Admission is $7 and seats  are limited so get yours now. Il  sounds like a fun night with  some nostalgia thrown in.  Charities  There seems to be a surfeit of  charities asking for money this  lime of year; the Cancer Fund,  Girl Guides, numerous school  events, the Alzheimer Society,  Easter Seals and so on. We can't  support them all, but let's try to  support at least one. Pick out Ihe  one that's near and dear to your  heart and give what you can.  Don't forget to check your  closets and drawers to see if you  have anything that could  enhance the Victorian Grad  theme for their banquet. Even an  old piece of jewelry would be  appreciated and would be kept  safe at all times.  Call Moira for further information at 885-1975.  SUNLIGHT  SHORTAGE?  Feel better & see  better with  FULL SPECTRUM  fluorescent tubes  in your kitchen office  Lamp* ��� SMn ��� WM teajawaa a Track  Ca>Ml>|.J)tlto'F.M|.|,a.-ama>s..OutsJW  Lighting^  885*9417��5609 Hwy 101. Sochelt  LOGS  WANTED  ��:>:��:  ......  _B  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  Mm  ' St  tEfye Corporation ot $e  Bismrt of &ctl)clt  P.O. Bon 129,5545 Inlet Avenue, Saehelt, B.C. VON 3A0 Tr-tephone (604) 685-1966 Fax: (604) 686-7691  MUNICIPAL MEMO  PITCH IN!!  Residents of Sechelt and visitors alike are  urged to pitch in and keep our community  litter free. If you see some litter and can  pick it up...please dol If you see someone  littering, let them know it's not acceptable.  Let's all make the effort and treat our streets  as you would your own living room floor!  Show civic pride and pitch in against litter.  ��DO YOUR PART  Put yukWes in their place!  Lost and Found  The following items have been found by  the RCMP. Owners may claim by  calling the Municipal Clerk at 885-1986  by May 20th, 1993.  ��� Respirator  ��� Earphones  ��� First Aid Box  Items listed below have been left at  Porpoise Bay Wharf. Owners may claim  by calling the Bylaw Enforcement  Officer at 885-1986 by May 20th, 1993.  ��� Boat Engine  ��� Jerry Shack  Mayor's Hotlina  _f  885-5360  Roller Skating/  Roller Blading .Proposed  for Sechelt Arena  The District of Sechelt is proposing the  introduction of a program of roller  skating/ roller blading at the Sechelt  Arena. The Arena will be open on a trial  basis beginning Friday, May 14th for  this purpose, and will continue the  program on Fridays and Saturdays until  the end of June.  The proposed schedule is as follows:  Fridays  6:30 - 8:00 pm....Public Skate for all  ages  8:00 - 9:30 pm....Teens only  Saturday*  12:30 - 5:30 pm....Scrub Hockey*  'Individual times will be allocated to  varying age groups depending on  demand.  6:00 - 8:00 pm...Public skate for all  ages  8:00 - 9:30 pm...Teens only  The above schedule will only continue if  there Is demand from the public, that's  why it is important that those who are  interested in either recreational roller  blading/roller skating or scrub hockey on  roller skates or roller blades must make  their interest known. If the demand is  not there, the program will be cancelled.  If you are interested in participating,  please sign up at the following places:  Sechelt:  Municipal Hall or Trail Bay Sports  Gibsons:  Gibsons Family Sports, Sunnycrest Mall  Madeira Park:  Sunsport Outfitters  Regular Council Meetings  Regular District of Sechelt Council  Meeting* are held the 1st and 3rd  Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m.  in the SCRD Boardroom.  -'-*-*" -it.  ������.tt\-.z. j-*^- ��� ������  .   ,:��y.S*.a-*say*��a>s^r^ Coast News, May 10, 1993  community  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Ruth Bulpit 885*5847  Nan Nanson 886*3416     Rosemarie Cook 885*5821  onsm^  strict!  (GUjsonsl  (^District!  Chamber of Commerce  After Hours  6:00 - 7:30 p.m., Friday, May 14  Gibsons Motor Inn  Network with fellow business  people and hear guest speaker:  Councillor Calvin Craigan -  The Stalashen Marina.  BC Hydro crews began cutting the overhead lines on Cowrie Street In Sechelt Tuesday as part of the  downtown revitalization project. New cables will be run underground. Joel Johnstone photo  sedtett scenario  For more Information call  886-2325  by Deanna l.ueder, 885-7365  I was watching three deer  nibble daintily on my rhododendron blooms early this morning.  They had already enjoyed appetizers in my strawberry patch  and an entree in the raspberry  grove. Rose rhododendron  blooms for dessert. Sounds like  a menu from an old fairy tale.  SUNSHINE COAST INSU.RANCE  A new service.  A new team.  CHRIS FAWCUS        KARL JUNG  BEN SUS  Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies and Karl lung, CLU  can now offer you  life insurance, retirement & estate planning plus  small business insurance packages.  Until today we have been able to  insure your home, your business,  your boat, your car...now we can insure  your life and retirement future as well.  Karl Jung, CU has joined the Sunshine  Coast Insurance team and brings with  him 13 years of experience working for  Canada Life. Combined with Chris' and  Ben's 45 years of insurance industry  expertise we are well prepared to deal  with all your insurance needs.  Karl is capable of providing life  insurance coverage, retirement & estate  planning and help to the small business  owner requiring insurance and employee  benefit packages. Call us and arrange a  full analysis of your planning needs to  ensure a secure future for you and your  family.  We are proud of our comprehensive  insurance facilities and have made them  better with our new service. Please feel  free to call us at one of our convenient  offices.  Take charge of your future today.  JSunsMiie Coatt Insurance Agencies Ltd.  Your OneStop Insurance Agency.  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  885-2291  Gibsons Park Plaza, Gibsons  886-7751  �� CANADA LIFE  They lifted their heads and  gazed back at me through Ihe  window wilh bits of pink blossom hanging from their mouths.  I made no motion but somehow  they knew breakfast was over  and slowly, with careful dignity,  made their way across Ihe road.  Like mountain goats, one by  one, they leapt nearly straight  up eight feet or so to the undeveloped lots across where they  are unmolested.  1 don't know if the deer like  the taste of the wonderful  rhododendrons at Rockwood  Centre but there are plenty to go  around and still lots left for  viewing. So take in Rhodeo  sponsored by the Festival of the  Written Arts at Rockwood on  May 15 from 10 am to 4 pm.  Admission is just $2 and gives  you entry to gardening specialists from the Van Dusen Master  Gardeners Program as well as a  sale of garden and outdoor items  made by local artists and craftspeople. Perennials and rhododendrons will also be for sale.  Arts centre  The Arts Centre is featuring  the wonderful and varied art  created by the children of Ihe  Sunshine Coast until May 23.  The exhibition includes art  works from preschool age to  that of young adults. Seldom  does a collection reveal such a  huge array of human emotions  from innocence to sophistication, from joy to despair.  Arts Centre hours are from  II am to 4 pm Wednesdays  through Saturdays and I to 4 pm  Sundays.  Writers forge  The Suncoast Writers' Forge  monthly meeting is on Wednesday, May 12 at 7:30 pm al  Rockwood Centre. The forge is  presently working on Volume II  of Our Sunshine Coasl. This  will be a collection of articles  on points of inleresl along lhe  Coasl or on interesting factual  stories aboul Ihe Coasl. Your  manuscript (no longer than  approximately 2000 words)  would be most welcome. The  deadline for submissions is May  31. Call Kelly Therien al 885-  5516 for information. The volume will be for sale at the Festival of the Written Arts and al  local bookstores.  Everyone welcome  Everyone interested is welcome to attend the monthly  meeting of Ihe Sechelt branch of  St. Hilda's Church Hall. New  members are always welcome.  Volunteers can become involved in a wide range of activities from working at the Thrift  Shop lo helping on a one-to-one  basis.  Cancer society  The Sunshine Coasl Unil of  the Canadian Cancer Society  has printed a new brochure  which specifically outlines the  services it offers right here on  the Coasl. The services are  invaluable, offering financial  assistance where necessary as  well as ehiolioHil support not  only lo the cancer survivor but  lo Ihe family. The brochure  should be on display at your  doctor's office. For more information call Anne Moore 885-  9596 or Anne Cargyle 885-  9451.  Garage sale  Don'l forget Ihe garage sale  at the Chapman Creek Hatchery  off Field Road sponsored by the  Sunshine Coast Salmonid  F.nhancement Society. It begins  at 10 am on Saturday, May 15.  Call the hatchery at 885-4136 or  Bill at 886-2981 if you wish lo  have your donation picked up.  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  There is a veiy special event  coming on Saturday, May 15 al  the new seniors centre in  Sechell. It happens at this time  every year and Ihose of us who  have attended this thoroughly  enjoyable production will plan  to be there. It is the annual  Teens and Under Variety Show,  in which some of the Coast's  most talented youngsters give  Iheir all for a cause dear to all  our hearts, raising funds for  cystic fibrosis research.  Nikki Weber produces and  directs Ihe show and this year's  will be an especially exciting  one, since it will be Ihe firsl  lime they have had a stage upon  which lo perform. In former  years il was fairly difficult for  Ihe audience lo gel a good view  of some of Ihe exquisite young  dancers who had to perform on  the floor on ihe same level as  lhe sealing. The enthusiasm  with which Ihe young people  sing and dance is most conta-  gious.'l'ickets are $5 and $3 for  under 12 and can be picked up  at Talewind Books and at  Books and Stuff.  Speeders  I have been asked again to  pass on complaints about insane  drivers, particularly in the Welcome Woods area.  One young mother feels in  danger of Ihe lives of herself  and small children when speedsters don'l even heed the stop  signs. The area around the  school is the one which causes  most concern.  It would seem lhat since  Ihere seems to be the minimum  of law enforcement in Ihis area,  it is up to tlte residents lo take  note of Ihe offenders' licence  numbers and pass on their complaints to the police.  Yet another complaint has  been passed on regarding the  same area. Apparently people  are much offended by lhe fact  lhal people take Iheir dogs to  run around in Connor Park  where they, the dogs thai is,  proceed lo defecate all over Ihe  place.  Where's the scoop  Whatever happened to the  pooper scooper idea? Dog owners are also offending by allowing their pets lo run free and  complelely ignoring the fact  there is a bylaw staling thai Ihe  animal must be on a lead while  outside the owner's property.  Generally they are big dogs  running free, obviously with  owners who don'l really care  about either the animal or their  neighbours.  Folks are getting fed up with  this, so dog owners, take care of  your pet and help keep it oul of  trouble.  PRESTIGE FINE  11 ItMSIIirXfpS  Presents  SHOW & SALE  at Sunnycrest Mall  May 10-15  THE EMPRESS!  Our finest oak cabinet with  bow glass doer, leaded glass  bevefsi<ie doors, doorad  and diawarad basa and  OAK! OAK!  OAK! OAK!  ��� BuM t Hutch  ��� DWm Table* Chairs  ��� M Top Desks  ��� BttrWmant  Cantraa  ��� Colea Table Sets  ��� Curio CsHnets  ..���and much, much  Maltha test possible  prices. Aa-aattues too.  w&mmm^m&m  ARROW BACK  R  FiraMQuaWy.a*tog.$199  SALE  9  with table  purchase  FAMILY  TABLE  Extends to 8'. Oak table on Hesse  pedestal base wah ball A daw leet  Closed 4rx8ir with two ir extension  leaves SAU  PRESTIGE FINE FURNISHINGS  LOUGHEED MALL ��� BURNABY, B.C.  PHONE: 420-7.344  'I1  MM Coast News, May 10, 1993  community  by Dianne Evans  The Sunshine Coast is the only community in the Lower Mainland and surrounding areas with a Volunteer Drivers  1 Program that provides trips into Vancouver on a regular basis. The program also  'provides transportation to local medical  appointments where clients are unable to  ' use public or HandiDart service. Coordinator Nancy Baker talked about the program and its dramatic growth.  "Our 26 volunteer drivers are making  30 to 40 trips a month," Baker explained.  "We have become quite well known off  the Coast. For example, the social work  department at Si. Paul's Hospital has  called us to express their appreciation for  the service. They know that patients from  the Coast won't be forced to stay in hospital because they lack transportation  home."  lions Club support  "I'd really like to say thank you to the  Sechelt Lions Club," Baker said. "They  have provided funds for clients who have  difficulty affording the $50 to $60 it costs  to make a trip to town. That really makes  a difference for some of our clients who  live on fixed incomes."  Model volunteer program  This model volunteer program operated by the Volunteer and Information Cen-  -"IP*;  ���  W~*  aif-fc  __^_t_\  ll  A  Jn  \  %.*'' i  t_t_r -w  rm  T  MjM  1  MU  '   f             aM*  "s. Vav.        '_aam  __ *&,a*|__  tre on a $5,000 budgei from Ihe SCRD,  depends upon its band of volunteers to  deliver the service. Baker described how  the program has managed to keep its  drivers happy and working for many  years.  Management of the program has a lot  to do with its success. Not only are the  volunteer drivers supported and appreciated but the clients' needs are approached  with sensitivity and compassion.  Growth brings funding crunch  Nancy Baker would like lo see this service continue in Ihe community bul as the  number of clients increases so do the difficulties of finding the staff time to coor-  harbour watch  dinate Ihe trips.  "Frankly if the service continues lo  grow at the same rate we will need further  funding to maintain il," Baker said.  "We continually research olher sources  of funding lo keep this program going.  Our administrative costs are very low,  only a fraction of whal il costs to lake a  taxi or an ambulance if lhal's necessary.  If you would like lo support the Volunteer Drivers Program or would like information aboul it or any olher Community  Services program call 885-5881 or drop  into the office al 5638 Inlet Avenue,  Sechell between 9 am and 4 pm, Monday  lo Friday.  ���___5__B_s_a__g__g  i  i  CINTA BATIK ARTS  returns with their rare  collection ol  EXQUISITE BATIK PAINHNOS i  dynamic abstracts  peaceful landscapes  glorious colors  intricate details  SENIOR CITIZEN'S CENTER  5604 Trail Ave., Sechelt  WED. MAY 12,1993  Noon-9pm  admission free,  everyone welcome.  ���______53_____3____5  North Shore Optimist Bob Robinson presents Pender Harbour Teen Centre supervisor Karen  Laurie with a check for $500. The money will be used for summer programs.     Roxanne Gregory photo  Pender teen centre .seeks new home  by Roxanne Gregory  Friday night's farewell party  for Ihe Pender Harbour Teen  Centre doesn't mean lhe cenlre  is dying.  The centre, which has been  operating for the past year above  the fish plant on Francis Peninsula road, has to find a new  home for Ihe fall.  Although the Lions are supporting Ihe efforts of the group  lo find an alternative location by  providing space for Ihem in  Lion's Park, it's going to be difficult to raise Ihe $40,000 neces-  egmontnews  sary for a multi-use building on  the site, according to chairperson Margo Hunsche. "We're  getting a tax number so that  donalions will be lax deductible," she said.  "We'll be looking for all  kinds of donations for our building raising. We were hoping Io  share space with the new  archery club, and to generate  some revenue for the teen centre, wilh a new building, by renting it out for various events,"  said Hunsche. "We want the  community to know that their  donations are not in vain, that  we are fund raising for the new  building, but if anyone has a  space to donate lo us in the  interim, even al a reduced rent,  we would be more than happy.  "We're hoping to be operational again by September and  we are planning some field trip  events this summer, like bowling, or a pizza night,.maybe  even a Irip to Powell River."  The teen cenlre was busy  wilh more than 700 kids coming  in for activities and events last  year.- ��� ��� ���,  by Maureen Parrot!  Spring advances wilh a heavenly scent of  poplar buds ("balm of Gilead", my mother as a  child thought the name of black poplar to be  "batma-gillya"). Watch for mauve patches of delicate bleeding heart flowers beside the road.  Egmont birthdays  Egmont birthdays in May include Sue Marlatt,  Barb Ellis, Wally Silvey, Bruce Silvey, Rory  Lcander, Bill Farrell, Ben Angus, Brenda Martin,  Marie Wallace, Tom Peterson, Gene Silvey, Sue  Cook, Cliff Silvey, Julie Tyndale, Lynn Vaughan,  Kelly Murray, Marten Mees and Stevie Ray  Brooks. We can also lake this time lo remember  Edna Howill, whose birthday came in May.  Vicky Martin's molher, Emily Shewchuk, came  all the way from Dauphin, Manitoba for a visit.  '  : golden lifelines  We trust she enjoyed her stay.  Danny Cummings came up (his week and  helped son Rod pull up Silva Bay to get ready for  the season's fishing. It's good lo see Danny walking around here. Nowadays we often see him  buzzing around Sechell like Don.  Egmont Tea  An Egmont Tea, the first Ihis year, will be held  next Friday, May 14 at the hall. Admission will be  $2.50. Come al 1:30, prepared for fun and games.  Contact Vera at 883-9243 if you want lo help.  What's this we hear? Billy Griffith got stopped  by the cops? There's a whole school bus full of  witnesses. Actually they were jusl checking people's insurance. Afterward the officer paused for a  long chal about propane conversion. Meanwhile  half of Egmont happened lo drive by.  by Jacalyn Vincent  Due lo the heavy workload I  have placed upon myself, Ihis  will be my lasl column. Thanks  lo everyone who has supported  and contributed articles and  events. 1 have tried over the  years to keep personal feelings  and gossip out of this column  and feel that I've accomplished  Ihis. If any local resident is  interested in writing Harbour  Walch, please call the Coast  News editor, Charles Hart at  886-2622.  I would like to express a  very special thank you to  Richard Paton and Jackie and  Stan Crowell for supporting me  and the paper out of the kindness of their hearts. Also lo Ihe  family at Pender Harbour Realty and Harbour Insurance.  These truly are all very giving  people. Last but not least,  thanks to Janice at the Coast  News who's always been so  cheenul and helpful, and to all  Ihe readers who look forward to  and read my column faithfully.  Thank you all very much from  the bottom of my heart.  Trio performing  The Pender Harbour Music  Society will be presenting  'Artemis Trio' on May 16 al  2:30 pm at the music school in  Madeira Park. Light refreshments will be served., Tickets  are available from members for  $8 and non-members for,$10.  Have a great time.  Swim challenge  The Sunshine Coast Swim  Challenge '93 will be held al  the Pender Harbour Aquatic  and Fitness Centre on May 17  from 3:30 lo 6:30 pm at $1.50  per sludent. For further information contact the pool.  Reminder  Even wilh all the rain we've  had recently our area is still  fairly dry. Take extra precautions when burning and make  sure that you have the appropriate permit.  Tidbits  Garden Bay Restaurant is  now open weekends.  Good luck to the Sakinaws  rugby team in their rematch  with the Vancouver Highlanders coming soon.  We're more tluiu jusl tires:  ��� by Joyce Ostry  On Tuesday, May 11 from 8  ', to 10 pm, Dr. Eric Paelkau will  ' show slides from his trip to  ��� Somalia.  On May 20 is the general  I meeiing at 1:30 pm and if you  ; slay around there is dinner and  : entertainment al 6        I pm. There will not  1 be luncheon on  ; May 20.  ;     Everyone    is  ; pleased that the  ! blacktopping was  I finished  al  Ihe  i.  ; cenlre.  My next few  I articles will have  I lo do wilh lechni-  | cal aids and where  t to find them.  For many people, especially  '_. those with physical disabilities,  1 there is an ongoing need for cer-  ( tain technical needs to help in  j day to day activities. The Min-  ��� islry of Social Services supplies  wheelchairs, walkers, crutches,  : etc.  But technical aids include  ; things like extenders, grabbers,  i special grip gloves, headsets for  1 users of computers, and sip and  I puff devices to enable people to  I answer phones, turn on and off  ' TV and other functions.  A person in need of these  | devices can be assessed by an  I occupational therapist who  Each person will  have to judge for  themselves what  is required by  them to  maintain their  independence  works out of a hospital, such as  G.F. Strong, or an agency such  as a community health unit.  Once the assessment has been  done, the device needs to be  found or made.  In many cases, the individual  could have the device made       either   at   G.F.  Strong or the local  hospital. Where  special devices are  required, it is  worthwhile to  check with Ihe  Kinsmen Rehabilitation Foundation  for the names of  reputable manufacturers.  The cost of  these devices can  be picked up by private insurance plans, if you have one, the  Ministry of Social Services, if  you are on income assistance, or  for free from such groups as the  M.S. Society, Muscular Dystrophy Association and certain  rehabilitation facilities, (eg G.F.  Strong or Pearson Hospital).  Many devices are on display at  the Kinsmen Rehabilitation  Foundation.  Each person will have to  judge for themselves what is  required by Ihem lo maintain  their independence.  For more information contact  one of the groups above.  mmmstmm  m  AUTO MAINTENANCE CHECK |  _w_w&  70  Plus Oil Filter* Lube  $29.95  Includes: 5 Hit* Quaker State Oil  & OU Filter  i Call 886-2700 for an appointment!  ���"���,   Coastal Tires  From London, Ontario  tommmi-ij^vszY  The Caretul Movers  Whether your next move takes you across the world or to a new  hometown In Canada, choose Allied. 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Other than the  Coasl, ii runs in only one or two  olher school districts wilh funding from the Ministry of  Women's Equality.  The audience consists of sludenis ranging from grades 7 lo  12. This Wednesday's class is a  little different from whal Ihey are  used lo. Instead of a single  grade, il's a mix ofl) Ihiough 11.  Al 8:45 a.m., Ihe sludenis  appear alert bul reserved. They  squirm a little in their chairs,  look around lo Iheir friends, each  gauging the others' reactions to  what Ihey are hearing before  showing loo much interest.  This is their second encounter  with Ihe same group, so Hodgson  starts off wilh jusl a brief  reminder of who she and her  teaching partner are and why  Ihey are in Ihe school.  She points to Ihe numbers  written in chalk on the blackboard. They indicate a direct line  lo bolh ihe local women's transition house and to Ihe ACTION  Drug and Alcohol Cenlre.  Then she turns lo Ihe class.  "I know aboul abuse," she  tells litem. "I know aboul the  hilling and Ihe drinking and the  scary stuff."  She doesn't go into delails  today. She touches lightly on Ihe  abuse she suffered in a relation-  The Towards Prevention program, In its third year, focusses un relationships.        Joel Johnstone photo  ship 12 years ago which she'd  discussed in greater detail Ihe last  time they'd met. Bul now she  wants the sludenis lo know her  slory has a happy ending.  "Today, I'm in a healthy relationship," she says, "But lei tne  tell you, il can be really hard  work." Wilh that, Mackay lakes  lhe floor and asks the sludenis if  Ihey know what their 'rights' are.  Expecting no answer, and receiving none, she steams ahead wilh  her own definitions.  "Rights are something that are  naturally yours. Ihey are not  something lhal can be taken away  or swept aside by anyone else."  She then divides Ihe class into  groups of four and asks each to  write out the rights Ihey think  they have.  The results are impressively  mature and well-thought out even  from the group of young men in  the corner making jokes about it  under their breath.  She writes Ihe results on Ihe  board as ihey are spoken aloud,  "You have Ihe right lo speak; lo  listen lo yourself; lo make your  own choices; to say no; lo be  informed..."  Mackay picks up on Ihis last  one. She says, "You may think  this is a drag or whatever, bul  now you've gol the information  and you can use it or not."  Information is really whal this  program is about, Mackay says  after class. It's aboul giving  abuse a name and giving students  choices.  "I would say most people are  unaware Ihey have choices unless  somebody tells Ihem," says  Hodgson. Girls more than boys,  she adds. "Somehow we think we  have to put up wilh (abuse)."  To that, Mackay says, "1 think  people are socialized not to trust  their feelings. So we go in to the  classrooms and say: 'You have  Ihe right to feel uncomfortable  and you have Ihe right to do  something aboul il.'"  This is Ihe third year the  Towards Prevention program has  been implemented in Sunshine  Coasl schools, though only the  first year Mackay and Hodgson  have worked together.  Prior lo Ihis, Hodgson alone  ran the program. "The programs  are definitely gelling belter," she  says. When il first began, "1  really just jumped in and hoped I  was gelling il right. It look a lot  of trial and error to find whal  works and what doesn't."  As an example of what does  wink, she says the stories of  personal abuse suffered by bolh  atlull counsellors is helpful in  Identifying for students thai Ihe  two women standing before Ihem  know first-hand what Ihey are  talking about and aren't Ihere to  criticize, point fingers or offer  their own opinion.  And if their experience Ihis  year has proven anything, Ihe  counsellors say things are changing. "We are seeing even al lhe  young grades sludenis really do  have a lot of knowledge about  relationships, society, power and  powerlessness...they're very  aware," says Mackay.  Even the young men are  aware, adds Hodgson. "Though  Ihey certainly give us some good  healthy challenges... lhe boys are  pretty quick lo come up wilh reasons why Ihey are Ihe abusers."  "(Teenagers) have got the  intellectual framework," says  Mackay, "bul not quile the emotional framework. They don't  have Ihe power or Ihe trust to follow it through.  "So that is what we are here lo  talk aboul. We're here lo tell  them they have power, they have  righls, they have options."  by Roxanne (iregory  Pender Harbour Secondary  math students, grades 9-11, participated in this year's Canadian  Mathematics Competition, held  February 24. More than 64,641  sludenis from 1,675 schools  nationwide participated. The  grade 11 Fermal Contest Team  led by Brad Cotter, placed  fourth in Iheir zone.  Jessee Zacharias led      Ihe grade 10 Cayley  Contest leam to third  place in zone rankings. Jesse received a  Certificate of Distinction for placing in the  top quarter of competitors.  'Some people  can't  remember  their grads  because they  The grade 9 Pascal  Were drinking'  Contest team placed  Sarah Beadh  second in the zone,       wilh Julia Forward,  Devon     Cameron,  Tracey Thompson, Macklin  McFayden Hill and Steve Rol-  slon receiving Certificates of  Distinction.  Senior elementary and secondary students will write their  versions of the math competition this month, bringing an  additional 80,000 students into  the competition which is  designed to challenge bright  young minds and spotlight  mathematical talent. The competition is administered by the  Faculty of Mathematics at the  University of Waterloo.  R.G. Dunkley, execulive  director of the competition said,  "The emphasis is on encouraging every student to improve  personal performance..Tl is not  elitist to encourage students to  improve their skills." A select  group of winners will be invited  to a series of lectures etc. at Ihe  University of Waterloo in June.  Dry Grad  Planning for the first annual  Pender Harbour Senior Secondary dry grad is well under  way, according to organizer  Sarah Beadle, although fund-  raising is tough. "We've held  car washes, slave for a day  sales, we've done odd jobs, like  selling firewood, and  washing dishes. In  addition we operate  Ihe "Road Kill Cafe"  twice a week selling  hoi food to sludenis,  but it hasn't been  enough lo raise Ihe  almosl $10,000 we  expect Ihe grad to  cost, said Beadle.  "Some    people       can't remember their  grads because they  were drinking. We wanl lo be a  positive role model for younger  students...to show ihem you  don'l have lo drink or use drugs  in order lo have a good lime."  Beadle is concerned that Ihe  community is reluctant to support the dry-grad idea, primarily  because it is only one day, and  the grad committee has opted  for a Vancouver-based Grad.  "We're planning lo all go  down on a bus and participate in  paint ball, war games, then go to  a beach, maybe in Stanley Park.  We hope to have dinner and  dancing aboard a yacht in  English Bay and come home in  the morning to a breakfast.  ; "All the grads have been  paying $15 a month for this, for  a maximum of $150 per student,  bul $10,000 is lot of money nnd  there are a lot of other causes  that are fundraising out there,"  said Beadle.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  S  Soil Survey  Planned fo*. -���,  Roberls Creek  A QUESTIONAIRE survey of  the soil at Robert's Creek will  get under way shortly. In conjunction with this survey It is  intended to hav* soil analysis  made. Mr. A. Funnell of the  FnrmfV Institute and Harold  Box, N.F.B- field representative  discussed plans for thl-t projeV  April .10 at the monthly sho-f-  infi of films held at Kewpie  Kamp hall.  One of the films shown was  "They Mndp the Land"���G-B  production from the library of  the National Film society, The  film shows the enteroriee and  couraFe of the farmers nf Spot-  land in their endnnvor *i m-.!***  their "-oil productive. The film  received much favorable comment.  The soil survey questtonalre  and the soil analvsin will be  open and free to all In the district wishing to take Dart. Mr.  A. Funnell will have the que*--  tionaire form" on hand short'v  and mav he obtained on appli*  cation from him A demonstration on how to obtain soil analysis sample will be made in June  by Mr. Box.  HOPKINS LANDING  Wally Gtaham, Cormpondanl  During the last spell of sunny  weather Mrs. Welldon and her  husband were out busy in the  garden, along with the other  residents of Hopkins, Bill  Docker was very busy over the  weekend building fences and  cutting down bush.  Mr. and Mrs. Cambourne had  a very busy weekend at Easter.  This was becuase nearly all the  houset-il) Hopkins were rented  for the holiday.  ��� ���lv.  it, I lib-tuna latuidlns,  WOOd fibre. 8,iu*ml_h  limt. Half Moon nay  _. _ht-lt, filbsun'  Pr-rt   M--ll<      ���"     "  Irvine's  idt-num*.  Hardy   Inland,  Ft  Wllnon   I'ru-k.   I  ilrantrinni'N   I.nrti-  HopklaVi    Landlntr.  Chstkey*, ale.  iSke "Coast tous  ". *  ' '���'* ���., JiMw ���   _��� m_m  naaa. mm���tm   ..,.,���   .      . '  1. '-a  tit _",'._. ..  ���ssaals... Offlo.i Half  -xr-t&twm bt t�� ooan aim. imxrnu ;. .att $%*.,  BUaaaa Baar. a. O.     lutldual Mnrtaalat onicaiTVamaU *!-*,, a. O.  Vol. 1 ��� No. 36  HALFMOON BAY, B. C.      Friday, May 10, 1946 Sc Hr Copy, it SO Per Year, by Mail  Long Friendship  Culminates in  Marriage  THE MEETING of two very old  friends about six weeks ago  in Grantham blossomed into a  romance and culminated in the  marriage of Mrs. Maggie Dockar  of Grantham and Mr Allan  Farquhar of Winnipeg.  The wedding took place in  Vancouver on April 29. The  Rev. W. E. Galloway officiating.  NATIVE OF DUNDEE  Mr. Farquhar is a native of  Dundee, Scotland, arriving in  Canada on December 20, 1884  and served as a machinist with  the C.N.R. He has three sons,  Al, of whom served with the  forces, one being killed while  training in the R.C.A.F.  Mrs. Dockar is a native of  Newbyth, Scotland, arriving in  Winnipeg some 25 years ago and  had two sons who served with  the Cameron Highlanders, one  being killed and the other now  married and living in Austraia.  LONG FRIENDSHIP  The friendship of 30 years  brought about their decision to  join hands and hearts in matrimony and settle down at "Bonnie Doon', Grantham Landing.  Mr. Farquhar is 82 and Mrs.  Farquhar 74, and we wish them  both many years of happiness  together.  Ed Van Skiver  -rise v.sitiir�� to ttsc landing  Injured in City  '.a. tna*        ,.-.,a.L l.rial        inrllldpH        MT. tt'll t 1   V aMHa.alta.�� I. ...  Easter   weekend   included  Mr.  and Mrs. Black, who celebrated  r twenty-fifth wedding an-  -sury at their summer home  ���ing u cocktail party to  ���at of the Landing at-  -   Nan>-   HopV;r>*-  WHILE spending his Easter  holidays in Vancouver, Edward  Van Skiver was injured in a  cycling accident. He swerved  lo avoid a ea    hd cm-'"  ���* 'nto  Tragedy Claims  Uft of Michael  McNeill, ZV2 Yean  WE WOULD like to extend our  heartfelt sympathy to Mr. and  Mrs. Ncill in the loss of their  lovely little two-and-half-year-  old son. Michael. Michael was  struck down by the ship which  journeys between the beach and  townsite, having wandered  about a mile from his home,  along the tracks, An inquest  verdict held at the Beach returned a verdict of aacidental  death.  Gibsons Landing  Gets Ready for  Softball Season  The Gibson's softball team  held its first meeting of the  season in the Sunset hardware,  Friday, May 3, to discuss various aspects of the approaching  season. Jim Veitch, proprietor  of the Sunset store, offered to  sponsor the team,, supplying  necessary playing uniforms and  similar expenses. There is the  possibility of a five to seven  team league throughout the  peninsula, with additional exhibition games with city teams.  Captain Bob Murray has called  tentative practices for Sunday  evenings at six.  FISH PACKER  STRIKES REEF  AND SINKS  THE FISH packer "Kathleen V  owned   bv   R.   D.   Murdock.  struck  n reef nnd was sunk in  Aganemnon   Channel    near  0 'iiv.   She was en  route  'o complete her cargo  ���ncouver. The acci-  Vtween  12 a.m  BEGAN IN JANU.ARY  Films Assist School  Courses of Study  TEACHERS in the schools at Gibson's Landing, Robert's  Creek, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, and the Pender Harbour area have been high in their praise of the school film  programs shown by Harold Box, field representative of  the National Film Board.  Mr. Box commenced  monthly shows in the  schools in January during  school hours in conjunction  with the evening shows to  the community. Films have  been chosen to confirm with  the courses of study during  the current period.  TEACHERS report that films  dealing iwth reclat activities  ���how people live in ot-i*��������� countries���have been of tremendous  value in visualizing to their  pupils the word portrayal of  their text hooks -id their only  regret is that Mr. Box is not.jn  their school oftener than his  every four week period,  PROJECTOR POSSIBLE  Plans are being formulated in  Gibson's Landing which is hoped  will result in the purchase of a  projector for the Howe Sound  United school ��� the proposal  now under discussion will result  In making a projector available  fo<- t*i�� use of thi- ffhool in the  teaching periods and to be used  bv community >rj>.ini:*:iiiions in  the evening tn assist in the de-  velooment of their programs.  REACTION  An exan.pla  is  the  bo-1-  bv  the  Children of Holland; Ig-Puk,  velopment was on display to the  Igloo Dweller. This project de-  parents at the evening community showing at Half Moon Bay  on Thursday, May 2, and aroused  much favorable comment from  the parents.  Hoodlums Prey On  Hopkins Landing  Residences  DURING the last few weeki  Hopkins Landing has been  preyed upon by a thief aad  some hoodlums. The residence  of Mr. Charles Vance was broken into and of all the things in  the cabin all that was taken  was a radio tube. To Mr. Vance  however, this was quite a loss,  as being a bachelor his radio  was hi;, only means of entertainment and source of news.  The main building of the Salvation Army camp at Hopkins  was the scene of absolute deliberate destruction by a person or persons as yet unknown.  Windows dishes and sheets,  ong with other items were  ���*  and torn.   Things  'Pi's  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  The first issue of the Coast News rolled off the presses on July 11, 1945, providing in-depth coverage for the  Coast's little more than 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 years will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  COAST^NEWS  HOME HARDWARE  BUILDING CENTRE  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing  & Toy Centre  10% OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Cenlre  pet*'  'tTfttVUfi.  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Product!  883-2253  HARBOUR  BOATTO.PS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Vpholsury & Repairs  'MARMACY  883-2888  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-2266  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Webcome  1 /SI MILK NOflTM OT G..O.N BAY RD.  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Butik paintings thai are sure  to affect the pulse rate and blood  pressure of viewers, will be  shown locally Wednesday, May  12 when Ihe Cinta Batik Arls  Show returns lo Ihe Sunshine  Coast.  The Italian psychiatrist, Sten-  dahl, recently published a book  describing some of Ihe emotional responses of visitors to Ihe  famous galleries of Florence,  Italy. These ranged from memory loss and fainting lo severe  dissociation.  Some feel lhal certain artists  arc able lo implant a power or  creative force in Iheir artwork  which then flows back to Ihe  viewer. Dot Finlcy, owner of  Cinta Batik Arts, says "This  would explain why some people  attend our batik shows and  exclaim how Iheir heart rale  speeds up at the sight of Ihe  colours and impressions. The  master artisls in balik create  works lhal evoke strong emotional feelings over and over  One of the many batik works  again in the viewers."  Many of the landscapes have  a magical, calming, peaceful,  serenity.  The deep rich colours of the  indigosol dyes, combined wilh  ihe natural feeling of Ihe cotton  canvas, inspire home decorators  and art lovers.  lo be diplayed at Ihe .Sechelt seniors  Auults and children alike  sense Ihe feeling and sensitivity  lhat is waxed into Ihe cloth in  the traditional balik process.  Children sludy Ihe paintings  carefully, pointing out minute  details.  Adulls often slay for hours  overcome  by  Ihe  Slendahl  hall May 12.  Effect, Ihe power a painling  imposes on ils audience.  This rare collection of balik  paintings will be on display at  the Senior Citizens Centre, 5604  Trail Avenue, Sechelt on May  12 from noon to 9 pm. Admission is free and everyone is welcome.  Festival winds billow maritime society sails  by Derek McNaughton  A red sky al night will be on Ihe  wish list for hundreds of marine  enthusiasts, as the first annual Sunshine Coasl Maritime History Society steams ahead with preparations  for their two-day Maritime Festival  May 29 and 30.  "We've gol lo do things like this,  otherwise tourists just drive around  looking unhappy, it will be fun -  just turn on the sun," said Lillian  Kunstler, organizer for the event.  The festival promises to be a  swell of activity as two naval training vessels, the Beachcomber's boat  Persephone (Nick's), a Coast Guard  ship, and the heralded and now  fully restored steam tug, Master,  berth at the government dock.  Molly's Reach will feature paintings, pictures and other crafts by  local artists. Children will get to  explore their intense creative eniS"  gies with awards for best model  boat builder or for other creations  of art. Many pieces will be on sale.  Adding to demonstrations by  Coast kayaking and scuba operators  will be a presentation by the Sunshine Coast Salmonid Enhancement  Society. And to further snag Ihe  interest of the community, the maritime society is shipping in The  Millionaires - "a Leonard Bernstein  kind of pop band," said Kunstler.  "This is a maritime community,  let's not forget it," she said. Folk  songs, rowboat races and food, such  as lox and bagels, will also enhance  the event, she added.  Formed in 1987, the Maritime  Society works towards Ihe preservation, restoration and historical  research of old vessels. Ils prized  vessel, Master, built in 1922, "has  become truly a floating museum,  the last of her kind still in operation  on Ihe Coast," says Gibsons artist  Jim Woods.  The ship was the flagship for  Expo 86 and is "a roaming  reminder of Ihe old days, keeping  Ihe steam alive for all," said  Woods.  Master will be open lo Ihe public  during her slay and the naval vessels may offer cruises around ihe  inlet, said Kunstler:  Organizers encourage marine  businesses, marine artisls, model  boat builders and craftspeople to get  involved. Kunstler is asking local  anglers to sell prawns, crab or fish  during Ihe festival. Festivities begin  at 9:30 am. Volunteers are also  needed; make arrangements by  phoning Kunstler al 886-9058.  One of the last of the old steamer tugboats, The Master,  docked in (iibsons during her lasl visit.       Vein Elliot photo  K you think you don't .know  a woman who is a victim of violence  ...Look again!  The woman down the street, your co-worker, your best friend���anyone can be a  victim of violence.  As neighbours and friends, we all have a role to play in ending the abuse of women.  For the safety of our homes and communities, let's put an end to violence against  women.  Violence against women hurts us all.  1+1  Status ol Women  Canada  Condilion feminine  Canada  Rockwood Rhodeo,  sowing seeds of  gardening success  Rockwood will be providing  plenty of food for thought and  expert advice for gardeners of  all persuasions at its first  Rhodeo, Saturday, May 15 at  Ihe Festival Pavilion.  A consull-a-garden-experl  centre will be sel up on site  from 10 am lo 4 pm where Van  Dusen master gardeners Derry  Walsh, Joan Rich and Helen  Nesbilt will be diagnosing plant  ills and dispensing advice. Be  sure lo bring a sample of your  distressed plants.  Experts will be speaking on a  variety of different lopics  throughout the day:  a 10 am lo 11 am - David  Hunter, recently retired owner  of Ihe David Hunter Garden  Centres, will speak on planning  a garden for year-round colour;  ��� 11:30 am lo 12:30 pm,  master gardener Joan Rich will  answer questions on how to  grow rhododendrons successfully; al the same time, decorator  Verity Purdy will demonstrate  'Bringing the Outside In' using  wild plants in floral arrangements for the home;  ��� 1 pm to 2 pm, Randi Tame  on the arts beat  of Crowe Road Herb Farm will  discuss growing herbs organically; master gardener Derry  Walsh will discuss how to recognize the good bugs from Ihe  bad bugs and whal lo do about  them;  ��� 2:30 pm to 3 pm, Joan Rich  will anser questions on composting methods suitable for the  Sunshine Coast; Verity Purdy  repeats 'Bringing Ihe Outside  In' demonstration and will  award a floral arrangement and  gardening books io winning  ticket holders.  In addition lo lhe speakers,  Rhodeo will feature displays  and sale of outdoor objects created by local craftspeople:  everything from bird feeders,  birdhouses, cedar planters, garden furniture, and kites lo plant  hangers, pottery planters,  wealhcrvanes, wind chimes,  windsocks and more.  Rhodeo-goers will also be  able lo purchase rhododendrons,  dahlias, herbs and a wide variety of perennials from Ihe Festival's one-day plant sale.  For more information, call  the Festival office, 885-9631.  On Saturday afternoon, May 15, local artist Greta Guzek will read  from her new book The Ferry Boat Ride. Guzek will take her young  audience through the process of illustrating a book.  _r~y iH ^s !*e reatis s'1e w'" 'el "le cm't'ren hear at>oul ller understanding  C^��UT13.C13      of lhe arts and *10w abs*n*c* ���'���oughts can create an environment for  ^*-**'*1 ^     the greater understanding of Ihe arts.  Bring your children from 2 to 3 pm to hear Guzek and to view the  Young Peoples Own Show now at the arts centre. Coast News, May 10, 1993  13  sports  The first ever inter-school  Mountain Bike Race on the  Sunshine Coast blasted off  with enthusiasm and vigour  last Friday at Roberts  Creek School. Eighty six  students took to the trails on  the new track carved out of  Ihe bush by Roberts Creek  students in the fall. The key  to this rally was to  encourage as many riders as  possible, promoting safety,  skill, fun and participation.  Mountain biking is the  fastest-growing activity  among young people. If the  success of this event Is any  indication, we can look  forward to many more Inter  school rallies and races.  Doug Delwiller pholo  Celebrating 20th Anniversary  M.iv iMU-1  Drop in for cake & coffee  20% OFF all Hair Products  excluding electrical Items.  MiU Sututui. off at* Boutique  Madalra Parti Cantor  *!������������  883-27f 5  YOU RE THE WINNER WHEN YOU CHOOSE  COAST NEWS & WEEKENDER CLASSIFIEDS  885-3930 or 886-26*22  WE ACCEPT  lalKtaJoR F' ���'" 1 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE  .TmjBi-JLn mm mm ffuBjm m mmJmJmS HaVnl,.ffUfl mm ffUflLHl H,nnBJJli  minor ball  by Jake Swaney  The Gibsons Minor Ball Association  functions and operates because of Ihe generosity of volunteers, sponsors and olher  supporters. The association has been negotiating with the town of Gibsons to improve  the playing fields at Brothers Park. This  spring the town responded favourably.  Town maintenance workers coordinated  by Wilbur Fair rented sod cutters and cut Ihe  infields. The town paid for the purchase and  delivery of crusher rock dust fill. Then on  April 10 Peter DeBoer coordinated a work  party to compiele the job.  Larry Penonzek voluntarily surveyed the  baselines lo ensure ihey would meet the offi  cial guidelines for older ball players. Feidler  Bros, assisted by donating additional crusher  rock dust to build the pitchers' mounds and  to complete the infields.  They also supplied a backhoe with operator Lloyd Shields, who donated his skill lo  spread the fill which was trucked by Swanson Ready Mix.  This was a real show of communily spirit.  It has enabled Ihe association lo grow while  giving young ball players improved playing  conditions, which will help with the calibre  of games being played and so will the clinics  sponsored by the association and presented  by Baseball BC.  On April 18, Joe Giuliano coordinated an  umpires' clinic with 22 participants, while  on May I and 2, coaching clinics were  arranged. Coaching level one was attended  by 13 coaches and level two benefitted eight  more coaches.  While Ihe aforementioned has done a lot  lo help, more help is still needed. Volunteers  are needed to drag the Brothers Park fields  three nighls a week and to line the field as  necessary .If you can help please call Jake at  886-4918.  On behalf of the 570 kids, plus their  coaches, umpires, scorekeepers, division  coordinators and parents, thank you to all the  volunteers, sponsors and supporters of the  Gibsons Minor Ball Association.  i  i  4  4  i  i  i  ��� Spring Nail Specials ���  Just In time for Grad!  10% off  ���Ju  Non yeflowirx,  Lighter weight  No primer  ��� Longer lasting  ��� Minimum  maintenance  * Odourless  Brenda's Cuts'n'Curls  Highway 101 Gibson Ifcataraaa, Aaaly'a  ��. CasaWa, Patalys) 886-1805  QWWWWWW&WWFlFfFlflF  jCRUISEi  ponder harbour golf  by Wendy Haddock  Ladles Day April 22  Twenty-five ladies played  blind partners in a mixed bag of  weather.  1st Calhy McQuitty and Joan  Willcock; 2nd Jacquie Hooper  and Carol Reid; low gross Moni  Langham al 98; low nel Joyce  Reid at 81  "Nifty Nlners" scores:  1st Dorothy Fisk and Erda  .Shcrman;���2nd Viv Alexander  and Ev Jaggard; low gross Vera  McAllister; low nel Hazel Char-  bonneau  Fairway clipping  A hole in one-a miracle lhat  you have the legal right to talk  aboul on a daily basis for Ihe rest  of your life!!  Senior Men, April 27  Forty-three golfers played a  four ball besl ball scramble.  1st at 67 Hugh Magninis,  Gord Hall, Bill Cameron and  Vern Bullock; 2nd team al 69  Eldy Gandy, Al Wendland, Neil  McCullock and Bart Dillabough:  3rd leam at 70 Dutch Haddon,  Bob Dyck, Murreil Smith and  Bill Hawkins. K.P. #3-George  Reid; K.P. #6-Bill Jacks  Spring Calloway  Sunday May 2 winners were:  1st Dave Dakin-he gets a  keeper trophy  2nd June Reeder  3rd Neil Reeder  4th Lois Haddon  5th Cam Montgomery  6th Wendy Haddock  7th Bill Jack  8th Helen Crabb  9th Duffy  10th Olive Montgomery  lllh Bruce Hamilton  12lh Helen Garnelt  Longest drive on #8 for the  men-Bruce Hamilton. Longest  drive on #.1 for the ladies-Calhy  McQuitly. K.P. on #3 Men's-  Ken Burroughs; K.P. on #6  Men's-Jim Buntain  Fewest Pulls Men's-Ernie  Holloway, Ladies-Calhy  McQuitty  We were blessed with a day  of sunshine and mild weather���  as predicted by the "Farmers  Almanac." All enjoyed Patty's  delicious steak dinner.  In closing, the members and  guests would like to say a big  thank-you lo Ihe person, (who  wants to remain anonymous)  who very generously donated a  "satellite dish" so we can watch  golf as well as play, and of  course the odd hockey play-off  game.  Coast slo-pitch now in motion  by Mark Benson  The 1993 season of the  Cedars Mixed Slo-Pitch League  is underway with all 16 teams  involved in play last week.  This year the league will be  split into two divisions. "A"  Divison will be composed of  Frontrunners, Bad News Blues,  Ball Blasters, Gibsons Auto  Body, Commuters, Creekers,  Scumbysand A-101.  .-*��*..��� "B" Division will be made up  of Cedars Slo-Pokes, Burnouts  (RCVFD), GBS, Langdale  Wrecks, Remax Roamcrs, Langdale Spinoffs, Wahoo Yahoos  and Ihe Gibsons Pigs.  Teams will play an interlocking 21-game schedule over 12  weeks. All learns make the playoffs which begin the first week  in July. Games start at 6:30 pm  sharp at Brothers Park, Cliff  Gilker and Langdale Elementary.  Tuesday, May 11: Spinoffs  vs Blues and Slo-Pokes vs  Scumbys at Langdale; Wednesday, May 12: Frontrunners vs  GBS and A-101 vs Pigs al  Langdale; Thursday, May 13:  Slo-Pokes vs Creekers and  Burnouts vs Blasters at Gilker.  Commuters vs Wrecks and  Keeping his eyes on the ball, a Cedars Inn first baseman waits for  the play during a 21-0 walk over the Spin-Offs. Slo-Pitch league  play has been slowed a bit by the rain but is continuing  Joel Johnstone photo  Spinoffs vs GAB at Brothers.  Blues vs Wahoos and Scumbys  vs Remax at Langdale.  Sunday, May 16: Burnouts vs  Commuters and Wrecks vs  Creekers al Gilker. GBS vs  Blasters and Blues vs Pigs at  Brothers; A-101 vs Remax and  Spinoffs vs Scumbys at Langdale.  t-JW*-  EXTRA! EXTRA!  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  The Coast News  in Sechelt        DOUBLE  YOUR  IMPACT.  When you want maximum coverage of your target customers in the  Sunshine Coast fnarket, you should consider advertising in both  the Co.ist News on Mondays and  the Coast News Weekender edition on Thursdays.  Call the Coast News advertising department today at  885-3930 or 886-2622.  ALA..  2nd week free!  Starting at only $1,445 U.S.*  Departing June 20,25 or July 4  REGENCYA#C R U I SES  ���Based on per person, double occupancy, port charges additional  5517 WharfSt, Sechelt B.C.  885 8964 or toll free 1-979-8584  Hk areas of-Hallinoon Haa/, Pender Hat-Sour    fflffiV  and E-pnoM through a new uidllte office    lOPTONfaEraYCsUMCSI  in the Pender Harbour Health Centre. \**��aV?|s. ySy**v7  I hope dtis office serve* lo meet the \-y)^)?Tia^i^^V'  eye care needs of Sunshine Coast residents vJfiijS  now and in the year 2020. Sincerely,  DR. PATRICK McROBERTS  Optometrist  General Eye Sc Vision Care  5006 FRANCIS PENINSUl A ROAD, PENDER HARBOUR, 883-2764  P.O. BOX 308 MADEIRA PARK, B.C. VON 2110  204-4)36 SUNSHINE COAST HWV, SECHELT, B.C. VON SAO 885-0832  922 WEST I6TH SITtEET, NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. V7P IRS 987 1929  THERE'S AC0LD HEARTED  THIEF IN YOUR HOME.  It's lurking outside the back door. Or in the shadows of  the basement. It's the humming, whirring, clicking, old  second refrigerator. And it's robbing you of cold cash -  an old inefficient second fridge can cost you up to  $100 a year to run.  WE'LL COME AND GET IT AND GIVE YOU $30!*  We can take the problem off your hands. We'll pick up  your old operating fridge (10 cu. ft. to 24 cu. ft. size)  free of charge, dispose of it in an environmentally safe  manner and send you a cool $30.  To register in the Program, call the Refrigerator Buy-Back  Hot Line toll-free 1-800-663-CASH (2274). In the  Lower Mainland, call 683-CASH (2274).  p mm  BC hydro  *B.C.Hydro reserves the right to change or cancel ihe rebate offer at  any time without prior notice. 14  Coast News, May 10, 1993  UR. INDUSTRIES,  We service:  ��� Cars ��� Beats ��� 4x4s ���  ��� Light & Heavy Trucks ���  Full Mechanical * Electrical Services  ALL WORK GUARANTEED       886-0151 (24 hn)  Mobile service ��� Engine Rebuilds IAN REID  lnduitrr.il      AUTOMOTIVE        Malnne  "  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  rVton -In b-b S.it. 8-b. Sun   III-J/  ff D/B CRANE RENTALS LTD. ^\  24 Hour Crane Service  Hydraulic Truck Crane  Phone (daytime) 884-5266  ���^ After 5:00 pm 885-6261   JJ  CLEANING SERVICES  Seaway Construction  Excavating ��� 416 Caterpillar* Backhoe  New Homs Construction* Garages  Additions ��� Septic Systems, etc.  (385-0621  POMFRET  _ INSTRUCTION  Selective Land Clearing ��� Design Consulting  RR2 S41 C5, Qlbsons. B.C. V0N-1VQ   Phone: 886-8  .(MIN  "" ���\  AU1  ro UPHOLSTI  mv  ���s  ���CM  K.  tela'Door Panela'Haedllrw  -pets ��� Vinyl Topi ��� Convertet  Olsen 885-70  R.R. 1 TLC, C-165 Sadsaall, B.C. VON 3AC  *���  AM*  72  J  SECHELT RADIATORS-  Completa Cooling Syttem Service Centre  . .  .  . i ,'. ,mrmmw_^ f a I i i i a I I a  i ���  Va'a. Repair & Rqilaae Rails, Heater Carat, la Gas Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE |  New, Used le Rebuilt ��� lick sip It laellsrry  43-19 S.C. Hafjr.  Across from Sunsliine CiM  Ma,n. ��� Sat.  885-7986  Skookum Janitorial Services  WINIXJWS ��� ( AKI'l li ��� GUTltRS  CONSIRlll HON CHAN UP  100     SATISf ACTION GUARANIltll  885-7506  CONCRETE SERVICES  "   FORM RENTALS  2FT-4PT-6FT-8FT  Quick Strip Forms  PENINSULA FORM RENTALS  ^Phone .985-0308     Fax 885-2774 ,  f^^ TRIGON CONSTRUCTION  ^^ . RENOVATIONS UNLIMITED  IbV . COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  l JO���MIADY WW57  Q.M.S. Excavating  Reasonable & Negotiable  Rates  kalQtire  If we sell it... we guarantee it!  ir\-m6.t*-rm*..m*n71  ��� -_���_-������._.-���-���_,^^jgjjiygj^^.- ���-���-  f ff MAP"'t ro-y-^A-^N-Tl  All typei ol concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs ��� smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  MtttffC  Ooinisis Worii  m-nnfreekieam)  :<*r*��itiwiiiiy  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  D & P CONCRETE  I'IA(,ING& FINISHING  Residenlial and Commercial  ^^^R|        ACI Ccrtilicd  Denis Turenne      Paul Desautcls  886-1)340 885-5492  Gunnar Christiansen    ���   886-8463 S9C7RR1  ^ Gibsons; BC VON 1V0  STK EXCAVATING  & ROAD BUILDING  ��� Land Clearing ��� Driveway*  ��� Drainage ��� Landscaping  ��� Retaining Walls  . Sand S, Gravels  ��� Seplic Systems ��� Eh.  "Quality I,  Punctuality"  '886-9020      Trucking Bob Gumey   Excavating  SAURY'S CRANE SERVICE  8TONUFT ��� HOOK HEIGHT 6&  1STON UFT - HOOK HEIGHT 80-  .-,886-7028  JVVMftfitmn  3^  HEATING  . Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  fJk 885-2360  !"     Hwy 101. across SI.  PROPANE INC. from Big Mac's. Sechell  r  M J J. Vinyl Siding  Soffits, I ASIA, Shutters  CEDAR SIDING  1  Fred Cocker  <,Lrw Mrsugir)  Phone 88$ 6061  PO Box 1596  Sn ha-lt, B.C  VUN jAOy/  ASHWARD CONTRACTING  Residential Construction to Lock-Up  ��� FOUNDATION ��� FRAMING ���  ��� PLAN DESIGN ��� DRAFTING  HOWARD ASHMORE * 885-6443  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  SUN-COAST PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  Telephone  885-2726  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. A Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392,  SECHELT FIRE PLACE  & GAS CENTRE  hziAiuTH Excepting  ��� G,is ��� Wooal ���  Va'Mlrng System  ��� Qualified Dr.  ��� Ccrtilicd Tcchn  I K   Il'/IHI I  I u,i ssr, ',  isi^^_)f_Tnnucs  Furnaces, Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 686-71II  V Showroom.- tJi Pome Rd. Cibsons        j  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  CONTOUR  I    DESIGN  " Quality Supply & Installation   ""  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  VSHOWROOM851 HWY. 101-GIBSONS'B.C -PHIFAX:666-3191 J  as design a construction  Quality Building S Custom Milrwork  Rsaidentlal - Commorcial  TEL: B85-4BB7 Roberto Creek  PAGEH; 197139*41 A (TOLL FREE)  886-3969  Ttatrac BACKHOE  t-fltln  SEBVICE  ���c ������**  tum^i  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  -"nta,i^*��  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES  Cat 411 4X4  I       .clearing      Steve Jones  886-8269  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  fDRYWALL SERVICE"  BOARDING, TAPING, TEXTURING  No Job Too Small  FREE ESTIMATES CALL MIKE 886*0040  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial  Industrial  JOE McCANN R��g. 10131  CallU9-M02  imv  tmiOeatmt       885-3469  ST*1*��� 886-8053  Stump nffioval  #t>���   t\mm_^_l_*_m_m_^kt  MM UWVRipmsjTn  free e$hn)oie$ ^^"^  \ For the trrmhirut touch  N Eric's Drywall  givr us e cell  885-6052  ��� DrywJi  Bill  8M-0380  'WE  MAKE  QUALITY  AFFORDABLE  P.O. BOX 7S1, SECHELT  Co-cref  lasnsl'acap*.  (hervle  24 hr Toll-Fife  1-977-6502,  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  ELER ELECTRIC  SERVICE SPECIALISTS"  ENTIAL* COMMERCIAL  beo.no i7��04 CEL. 3284927  EXCAVATING  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  SUNSHINE KITCHEN*  . KITCHENS t BATHROOMS ���  eoe-9411  Counter  250-3370  Jr*       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL . RESIDENTIAL!  IMPROVER "w   UP. HAIFMOOW My  f R��n��w interior Decorating ^  Complete Interior Design  Fm Estimates on  Painling & Wallpapering  GWkaEMARCONSTRUCTION  General Confrgcton  FOUNDATIONS ��� FRAMING  RENOVATIONS ���ADDITIONS  l*lNSHING��VINYl,AVOODSI0ING  UY<  ���^AJfrM^  fMarmtmtm.  .mi-cap, .ImlmeetljMm.  UHISlrUrtllHI ma_-~_i'e?eae_  . stnvia r-i 220-8767  BOX 1221.  GIBSONS BCy  CENTURY ROCK  885-5910]  RNkWilt  flRIAjJCSROOFI^G A ATTIC VENTILATION'  IKHOOf IHO aWICIAUirt ��� II ��K MPAint  ���lokaisco- wans-ino attic mm  ��� KEEPB YOSjn HOW CSXM. IN SUMMER  ��� PneVENTB COM3EN8ATION SNaVSNTER  B B B LICENSED k WSUfSED FREE ESTIMATES  SERVINO THE SUNSHINE COAST  1565-4*^501 Coast News, May 10, 1993  15  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday May 11,1993  7:00pm  Sunshine Coast Music Festival Honours Concert  8:10pm  Who Owns Womens Work 7  Mary Findlay lalks with Barbara Little and Maria Abbott.  ephemera  Healthy Communities Speech and Hearing Month takes the stage.  Wednesday May 12,1993  6:30 & 9:30 repeats  E.S.P. T.V. News  Cable Connections  7:00pm  Save The Salmon Society  Nancy Moote lalks wilh Fin Anthony about conservation.  8:00pm  Recycling Update  8:30pm  Creative Living Workshops with Dianne Evans.  9:00pm  Arts Update  Chuck Tkachuk has all Ihe events for May.  Thursday May 13,1993  7:00pm  Parliamentary Talkback "Live" Phone In  M.P. Ray Skelly and M.L.A. Gordon Wilson are the guests.  8:00pm  Creative Cooking  8:30pm  P.A.V.E."Live" Phone In  Jack Pope hosts the People Against Violence in Enlerlainmenl  9:00pm  Learning for Living  Awareness key to battling  problems with speech,  improving communication  by Janet Clayton  More than 10 per cent of all  children and adults in Canada  have speech, language or hearing impairments which can  severely affect their ability to  function as human      beings.  The ability to  communicate is our  most human characteristic. When a person cannot communicate, isolation  from friends, family  and society often  occurs.  Speech-language pathologists and audiologists are the  professionals who work with  individuals with speech, language or hearing impairments in  an effort to restore or improve  Iheir ability to assume a meaningful and productive place in  society.  Awareness of human com-  The ability to  communicate is  our most  human  characteristic  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  886-0920  MARINE SERVICES  rShip Shape Props  BOAT HWPH.LER REPAIRS t SERVICE  "SUP SHAPE SERVICE"  Camll Bolly, Prop-Mor R.R. 1, Mason Road  PH: MS-S27I (Bus.) Ssehslt, B.C.  ���M-M10(R��S.) VON SAO  PRECISE  PAINH&G & PLASTER  �����' - a^_$��*. \   ������ S*��W' J**'-."  ��� Compfctc Custom Punting.  SIS    ���**.���    Xm   ,*_?!*�����_ ���      it^^*-***SrV^'* #  ��� AU PMWSTWBrrwall      ...  ��� Journeyman Workmanship fi  Free Estimates  ~K  uccaneer  Uarina y Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K * C Tlntfttoglass !l__ \l*Qi.)_ -  Cobra Boals now   ������*     >-vvA.S��   In-Stock  mrn\7.  [OUTBOARDS  INSULATION  q    BiWeosra  ��� Bstt * Bloaam ��� CommsrcUl ���  , RHidsnU>l ��� Niw ft ExIsUnj ���  886-8741  LANDSCAPING  rriih  Victory Garden's West  ��� LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION  ��� TREE I SHRUB PRUNINQ        Ovsr 10 Yssrs  ��� LAWN t HARDEN CARE Expsrisncs  ��� HOME MAINTENANCE With  ��� YARD CLEAN Ufa Rslsrsncss  QORD DIEROFF 886-3635  YAMAHA OUTBOARDS  ;ottreH's  flartne  is the Exchitlv*  1 lot the  Sunshine Coast  Exceptkmilqiulity  at an exceptionally  low prat,  MECHANICAL SERVICES  Whistler's Landscaping  Fencing ��� Turl ��� Drainage  Retaining Walls (Rock)  Residenlial and Commercial  Fn* Estimates: Pal 885-2870  ���I���Ha  MARINE ��� LOGOItSO ��� TRUCKING ��� INDUSTRIAL  Corner nf Payne it Scamnunl  C'TRur  ifRi-j  ur w�� ft Rrpjn  1 nCtllNC. ft HEAVY f.yi'IPMKN I REPAIRS  24 Hour Enwrnrwy Srrvtr*  .886-4577 Shop 886-01 IB Res.   DON GREENLY J  S & G TREE SERVICE  J^**��asaJLTopplng ��� Trimming "Pruning ��� Brush Chlppsr  M        T*aPafa*�� Otngsr Trss Rsmovsl  flj Bonds.) snd Insursd ��� 20 Yssrs EatpsriSaTOS  l| 885-3897  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  MARINE SERVICES  COLES MARINE  Diesel Repair Ltd.  45 Ton Marine Ways  s Machine Shop ��� Pressure Washing  s Bottom Painting ��� Tune Up  ��� Overhauls ��� Service Repair  s Work / Sail / Power  Owner Participation Welcome  M��-a��78 24 HR.  ������6-7721  VAUIYMOVIMOUftlMS  ���NEWP00LS   .UNERREPIACEMENT  ���ALtACCESSORIES A POOL REBUILDING  ���FUUUNEOFSPAS SPECIALISTS  Call Bill 885*6477  SUNSHINE q-H.fi  Q    I    n     M M     A     1/     c  N M   A   K  JWfflKMMRflBn  S3S-3-900  ��� SaltV.'Atcrlkenrcs  ��� Wat�� Taxi _m_ml_W_%t%_r _���  .fc�� & Tackle 883-2266 j  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  munication problems and of Ihe  professional services available  for persons with these problems, is extremely important.  There are currently Iwo  speech-language pathologists      working on  the  Sunshine Coast.  Although the majority of cases seen  are school-aged  children, services  are also available  lo pre-schoolers  and adults.  ______ If you or a person you care about  suffers from a communication  disorder or if you are interested  in further information about  speech, language and hearing  services, please contact the  Sechelt Speech and Language  Clinic at 885-2617 or Ihe Gibsons Clinic at 886-9015  between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm  Monday to Friday.  remember when  Four months old and In need of a home lo frolic In, this grey  tabby kitten is Ihe youngest of several feline occupants of the  SPCA shelter. There are also a number of dogs. If you or  your family have a desire to share your lives with a pet,  phone 885-4771.  5 YEARS AGO  Sechelt taxpayers will continue to have one of the lowest  tax rates in the province, even  with an increase of $1 per  $1000 value on residential  premises, mayor Bud Koch told  reporters at a press conference.  Sechelt's total budget will be  increased from $1.9 million last  year to $2.2 million Ihis year.  Warren and Kathleen McKibbin of West Sechelt are  pleased to announce the engagement of their elder daughter,  Susan Kathleen lo Peler George  Telfer, from Oakville, Ontario.  The bride and groom are both  graduates of Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario.  10 YEARS AGO  The Sunshine Coast regional  lioard voted recently to accept  .j director Jim Gurney's recom-  J mendation lo oppose the  Department of Highways' plan '  to solve the dangerous situation  created by the Highway  101/Lower Road intersection.  The department's plan would  see no correction to the blind  curve on Ihe highway, the creation of two tee intersections  and the partial destruction of  regional park land south of the  highway.  The Gurney proposal would  eliminate the dangerous blind  curve, Ihe major cause of accidents at the intersection, would  not require tee intersections; and  would preserve the major portion of the park land.  15 YEARS AGO  MLA Don Lockstead  informed Ihe Coast News this  weekend thai after considerable  debate in the legislature last  week, Premier Bennett agreed to  provide $90,000 for funding of  a study to investigate the possibilities of piping natural gas to  Vancouver Island.  The natural gas would be  looked at as an answer to the  future energy needs of the  island.  20 YEARS AGO  Sechelt's Hacked Park this  summer is so busy thai complications have occurred resulting  in council deciding that in  future, reservations will have lo  lie made for use of Ihe park.  25 YEARS AGO  Mayor Pred Feeney of Gibsons has appealed to the public  lo assist in curbing vandalism.  He urged the populace that  when they see some form of  destruction or deliberate harm  taking place anywhere to call  the RCMP immediately.  30 YEARS AGO  Municipal tax rates for 1963  in Sechelt and Gibsons will be  practically the same as in 1962  according to tax rate bylaws  now before both municipal  councils.  Sechelt's tax rate will be the  same as last year's, 10 mills,  Gibsons' tax rate will show a  slight reduction, 9.2 mills compared lo 10.2 mills in 1962.  35 YEARS AGO  Sechell, Gibsons and  Squamish will have dial telephones by the end of I960, and  Pender Harbour will have a  completely new automatic sys-  ?  lem early next year, announced  BC Telephone Company district  commercial manager.  40 YEARS AGO  The Wilson Creek Community Park, beside the hall at  Davis Bay has been tackled with  system and energy, over the past  few weeks.  Men from the neighbourhood  under Ihe able direction of Mr.  Mutter, the president of Ihe  community centre, have really  produced something which will  be of value to the area from now  on.  45 Y.SARS AGO  Plans for the construction of  a one room unit of consolidated  ��� school at Madeira Park were  endorsed by representatives of  the Sechelt school districl.  -���r  VINYL SIDING  t���r  Vinyl t Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  #7- 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  MON TIME HT. FT.  0345 10.b  10   0810 12.4  MO   1515 3.1  2255 15.0  FRI TIME HT. FT.  TUES TIME HT.FT.  0455 10.3  11   0900 11.7  TU   1605 4.2  2345 14.7  SAT TIME HT. FT.  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tlma  WED TIME HT. FT.  THURS.TIME.HT. FT  0615      9.9  12   1010    10.9  WE   1655      5.4  SW -sME HT. Fl.  0035 14.5  13   0725 9.1  TH    1140 10.4  1750 6.6  FOT SltocAumchuek HWTOTW ��M  fhr. Wmtn pM B mtn. (ot Mctt fl. ot r*  widTtftln.for-MGhn.alMl.  Tide Tables Courtesy of  CLIP & SAVE  10 bcfgrrigs Schedule  VNCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  JERVIS INLET  ��� Leave Langdale  6:20 am  4:30 pm  ��� 6:30 6:30  S 10:30 8:20 M  ��� 12:25 pmM   10:10'  ' 2:30 *<"*���  Leave Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am     5:30 pmM  9:30 M       7:25 M  11:30        9:15  1:15 pm    11:00*  3:30      .^.ISft?.**.  EARLS COVE  Leave Earis Cove  6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  M-CaMSM  Thsrssraart  jjitsMfct LsswEsrl'sCstaslflO  SALTERY BAY  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       9:20  M'dsswlas   TliamsnsilnssmngsMsy21,22,21,24,HI*.  -  - "     " *ajs��1tt*iaj|,  COAS^EWS  COAST NEWS   WF.F.KENDER  i  ______     ____  ____ 16  Coast News, May 10,  1993  Take Advantage of our Nezv Classified Ad Special  Run your- classified ad 45 times  and pay for only 2 times!  c����   TOT  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Gibsons, 2 yr, 1.600 sq It ��� It*. 3  bdrms, 2 balhs, on treed lot. Vaulted ceiling, oak floors, skylit. Near  beach. {206,000. B86-4B21.s2lcn  Robens Creek, 1.5 acres. Mossy  Rock Road, lot 118, Asking  $158,000. Will consider all serious  offers. 866-2963. *21cn  ROYAL REACH TOWNHOUSE  1 yr. old, 2 storey, pnstine cond.  Scenic location, 2 bdtms, 2 lull  baths, garage, vety private patio, 5  appis plus mini-blinds & screens.  $110,800.886-4840.       ��21cn  For sale immed. Immaculate 1,200  sq It, 3 bdrm home. Fully linished  basement. 1/4 block Irom downtown Sechell. Large lot, lully landscaped. Double garage plus tool  shop. For appointment phone 885-  8834. ��21cn  Homes &  Properly  1,264 sq It rancher near new golf  course. Landscaped. Hot tub.  $160,000,885-4163.        ��21cn  2 bdrm rancher, 816 O'Shea Rd.  No agenls. 886-3446       ��20cn  VIEW VIEW VIEW. One ol the  best uninterrupted view building  lots available on the Sunshine  Coasl. Builders enquiries welcome. Lol #49 Sandyhook Rd. 1-  8500151 #19cn  ROBERTS CREEK, BEST BUY  AROUND!1 4.5 acres ol beautilul  treed, secluded property with seasonal creek. Ideal tor small hobby  farm. $110,000, or 4.7 acres ol  rolling hills and broom. Backs on  loresied crown land, creek, ocean  view Perfect tor your dream home.  Lois ol privacy Asking $119,000.  Call Craig or Heather 886-2352  HOcn  Homes &  Property  West Sechelt. Quiel sireel, 2,800  sq It, 4 bedroom. 3 balh, wood  stove _ tueplace. 1 dble Jacuzzi  tub, oak kitchen, partial view. 2  decks, lenced, landscaped, walk to  schol. stores. S192.900.885-6300.  11901  |Mi NATIONAL  I    V    >���> DI   U    I  *. I   \  I t    v. I   D \   it    I  NRS GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  MORTGAGE UPDATE  6 mo.I 1 yr.  2 yr.  3 yr.  4 yr. I 5 yr.  7.75   S.125   1.79    S.2S    I.4S  1.25     S.75 I  S.S5  Ma|or Bsnk Prims Rsts 6.0%  For a complimentary market  evaluation ol "your property"  Call  Jerry Ridgewell  Your Resident Realtor  886-2277  7 Love To Sell Real Estate'  DROP OFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  Awwi  At any of our convenient  Friendly  M People Places ������  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 8H3-28HH  In Halfmoon Bay  H&J STORE 885-8555  In Robertas Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-.V1IXI  3 00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885.5930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockslde Pharmacy)  886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Dave Orr and his great staff will help you place  your classified*, st AC Building Supplies, one of  our Friendly People Places in Pender Harbour.  rrmram or  Burma or seluno?  Cbrtaiev RU"  V2-t?21    HANCHAR  ��**'"*���'       '  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  19  /T>  Autos  23  Barter & Trade  111  Bed and Breakfast  Births  30  2  [GREAT  Business and Home  Services  38  VlDEJLy  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  28  Child Care  37  Commercial lor Rent  32  Entertainment  33  SBBBSSJJB  For Rent  31  SSSBBBBBSS  For Sale  21  ��mmm9  Found  11  Obituaries ���*  3  Free  16  Personal  0  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  8  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  Storage  39  34  Thank You  8  Home & Property  1  Too Lale to Classify  40  In Memorlam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanled  18  Marine  28  Wanled lo Renl  29  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Molorcycles  Music  28  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  9  38  Executive style cuslom vie* home.  2.600 . sq It. 3 levels. 2 bdrms.  plus master suite, 2 kitchens. 2-1/2  baths, vaulted ceilings. 2x6 walls,  cedar exterior' decks. Exceptional  yard, much more, lines! neighbourhood 4990 Panorama Dr.. Garden  Bay. 683-2667 eves. ss  Private 13+ acres, exceptional  location. Harbour, lake and island  views, roads throughout near Garden Bay Lake. Subdivision potential, borders crown and parkland,  $250,000.863-2667. ss  Lot 27 Carmel Place, 1/2 acre  plus. Beautilul year round creek,  partial ocean view. Building site  ready. $40,000 885-9391 alt. 6pm.  ���21w  6 month old 2 bdrm. condominium.  900 sq. It., close to schools, shopping, medical clime $115,000, NO  GST. 886-0362 alt. 6pm.    ��21w  VIEW LOT cul-de-sac, Hillcresl  Rd., Gibsons. Ready lo build.  Underground services. $79,900.  NEAR NEW 3 bdrm. 2 bath 1/2  duplex, strata on spacious lot, in  nice neighbourhood of single  homes, $134,500.296-5215 Hilde  Sutton Group Excel. I21w  New quality built home, West  Sechelt on quiet cul-de-sac, partial  view, 2500 sq. tl. finished, 4 bdrm.  3 bath, oak cabinets, $219,900,  NO GST. 885-0747. M1w  New lamily w/2 yr. old son, 3 yis.  on Sunshine Coast, BC Ferries  plus own business, seek home and  property rent-to-own, or all offers  considered. Michael or Cher. 886-  4536 pager 1-978-3344.     121 w  Cleared lot w/underground services near Sechell Goll Course.  $67.500.685-3358. ��19cn  Prime view lot near Tncklebrook S  Crucil, $78,000. 922-3559. #21 w  Powell River Real Estate, call  Dawn or Lorraine at Vogl Agencies, 465-4231. 119w  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Marina Pharmicy  in Pendar Harbour  "A Friendly People Place'  Near marina, income, p/view, private. $156,000.886-7400. ��19w  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot. level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground services. Privale panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3612 or 328-5534. ss  ���THE COAST CONNECTION*  99  Paiftwi J fMton ft  D Crifcighum invWa you tn ul im  lodtecuti our RmI Fatal*  Htaimlng S-wvfc** V��t otter  pnAtntlormm ptnomt Mrvtat  working lor your belt Intnrmti.  Ca�� DtvW M MS-MM  or John it lutm  OfHMMMSM  Gniur���  Siemens Realty  By owner - no GST, almosl new  1430 sq. ft. home on landscaped  1/2 acre lot in Welcome Woods, 2  bdrms. and loft, 2 baths, $169,900.  885-7989. #20w  Pender Harbour offers more than  great scenery. By craftsman/  owner, new 2058 sq. fl. tasteful yel  efficient 4 bdtm., 2 bath, den laundry, plus 15x22 fl. lamily room/stu-  dio/ollice, elc. wilh separate  entrance. On sunny private one  acre. Solid pine doors, kitchen,  trim. Close lo good small school,  shopping, banks, doctor, dentist,  aquatic centre, marinas, golf. Low  maintenance yard, good garden,  serviced RV parking, building site  lor cabin wilh view ol ocean.  $169,900 before carpets, NO GST.  883-2882. TFN  frimtim  MORTOAOI  LOANS  ���III, 2nd, Ml  **HWWtH0lff��WsWl0IUWI  ���OsMCwsolldition  ���Oulck Approvals  ���All craw mikJefsd  ���Qualify by phone  Cal lor a Iree consultatkji  240-9672  Ray Quan  24hrs/7dayasWes>k  PASSPORT MORTGAGE  mmiiifl  Almosl New 1500 sq. tt. 2 level  home in Gibsons, huge insulated  double garage, 1 1/2 baths, fit-  place w/quality linishing throughout. Features include huge master  bedroom with lull ensuite, walk-in  closet, and a pnvate deck. Home is  covered under a 5-year warranty,  pnced to sell quickly at $159,900  Including GST 964-3386. G4G  Inveslmenl Corporation. Jim Grant.  ���19w  "Tettlts  GARY WHITE  886-8107 ��� 1-351-4390  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Racrastlon ��� Rsttrsmsnt  * Rslocation  FREE  CATALOGUE  6686 Coss/ne St., Box 1219  Sechelt. BC.. VON SAO  885-3211 FAX SSMSM  Van. Toll Free 884-8018  MALAKA: Mathew Anthony,  passed away peacelully in Maple  Ridge Hospital Apiil 27,1993 al  live ago ol 90 He spent most ol his  lile taming in Alberta until retiring  to Pitt Meadows in 1967. Survived  by his wile Margaret and their 14  children; 43 grandchildren; 16  great-grandchildren; and sisters  Mary Brooks and Helen Cum-  mings; brother John; and numerous nieces and newphews. In  August 1992 a celebration ol Malhew and Margaret's 60th wedding  anniversary was held at the Pender Haibour Lions Park, hosted by  their children living in the area;  Helen (Ron) LeBlanc, Gloria  (Robert) Malaka Backer, David  and June (John) Malaka Field.  #19cn  Gibsons 2 yr., 3 bdrm., 2 bath, on  treed lot. Vaulted ceiling, skylights,  oak floors, $217.000.686-4821.  Htr*  4 bdrm home plus 1 bdrm suite,  Wesl Sechelt, excellent investment, $145,000.685-5764.     ss  TOPSOIL  Screened lop soil at reasonable  rale. W.D. Excavating, 886-9764  orceH.m-220-1526 TFNs  C.A.M.E.O. SINGLES CLUB  Hikes, luncheons, crib, dancing,  pot luck dinners. Call 886-3354 or  ���21cn  One yr. old 3 bdrm. home with  over 1400 sq. ft. ol living. This  immaculale rancher features: dining room, oak kitchen with ealing  area, sunken living room, 2 full  balhs, dbl. garage and a safe,  fenced yard. Woodcreek Park.  $164,900 NO GST. 866-3374 aft.  5pm. MOw  OCEANMOUNT ESTATES  $259,900  Beautiful family home, 1600 sq. ft.  up, 3 bdrms.. 2 baths. Blight modem kitchen with eating area. Separate dining room, gracious living  room, full unfinished basemenl.  Could be fantastic! Nice level land  with views to mountains and Howe  Sound. Great lor kids! To view call  ANDY THOMA, LOIS MILLING-  TON, BELL REALTY LTD. 926-  7831. ��19w  Brand new home, $165,000.  Sechelt, 3 bdrm., 2 full baths,  unlinished bsmt., gas lurnace on  approx. 1/2 acre. Quiel cul-de-sac  past arena, lefl Fairway, lell  Parkview PI., 16037 offered by  builder. 886-8445. ��2tw  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Brighl, spacious layout, excellent condition, very clean,  newly painted t renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. II. deck. Iridge I stove  included, washer _ dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122, 1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195 866-8095. $39,900. Call to  view. TFNs  Soames Point. 932 Feeney. Vew,  F.S.B.O. 3 yr. Jenrash Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake roof,  French windows. $255,900. 886-  0061,351-7866 alter 6 pm.    ss  48' x 330' ol prime low bank waterfront in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be lixed up for  recreational or rental use. Properly zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2).  Double garage plus storage shed.  $189,600. Phone Jenniler 1-689-  7070. ss  One acre in peacelul lower  Roberts Creek. Partially cleared  with nice trees. Exceptional property al the end ol the road.  $135,000,886-7372. ss  752 Hwy. 101,50x268 lot, 3 bdrm.  older house, $165,000.886-9049  OKAY   I need my ladder! Please return it!  Dick Bakeman 886-7656. 121 en  COUNSELLING: Specializing in  depression, recovery Irom pasl  abuse, eating disorders. Maty Pinniger 885-0687. #19w  Are you feeling tense or have limiting energy levels? Polarity therapy  is a touch technique which aims lo  balance the body's vital energy  and to release tension. For inlormation and appointments please  call Vonnie McKelvey 883-9653.  HBW  YESI  It can happen. Trail Bay Park. For  Ihe whole Coast in Ihe heart ol  Sechell on the waterfront. Give  your support at Books and Stuff,  Trail Bay Mall. Info. 685-2339.  12101  HULIABALOO  Tun To(io"  siillul.iv I'jirlk's  with: art workshop, goody  bags, faccpalnllng 6 fun.  Call 885-6203  tobookvours!  Members of our communily  are invited lo submit  NOMINATIONS lor  outstanding citizens awards  presented al the dinner May  26.  Include a brief description  ol their nominee's special  Contribution by May 14 lo:  Ven* Parnell c/o Box  1190, Gibsons, VON 1V0  or drop oil in person at Ihe  Gibsons Chamber ollice  behind Ihe Chevron Station.  Exotic bird lound in Gibsons. 686-  ���19w  Peterson: On April 29,1993 Fred  Peterson (Lanky Pete) a long term  resident ol Gibsons, passed away.  Theluneral will be on May 11,  1993 at 1:30 pm at the Calvary  Baptist Church. "19cii  Many lhanks to the wonderful relatives and Iriends who did so much  to make my 60th such a special  memorable and happy occasion.  MaryWardrop. H9cn  On Salurday, May 8, a special  Mother's Day bullet was held al  Ihe residence ol Grace Brown.  Happy Mother's Day and thank you  tor your company. Paula Russell,  Marcela Wiebe, Maria Simpkins,  Rosa Gibson, Patty Desautels,  Graciela Nesbitt, Betty Nesbitt and  Ralaela Slroshein. ��19cn  BELATED CONGRATULATIONS  to the students lor completing the  Red Cross Babysitting Course held  al Sechelt, Gibsons & Roberts  Creek elementary schools. Many  thanks to all the merchants who  donated the items included in Ihe  babysitters kil received by all the  participants. Lori Weatherby.��19cn  ELLEN BESSO  TRAGER  Ftelaxation for the body  & the mind.  Reduced pain &  increased well being.  8884274  Sunshlni Coast Transition  House A sale place lor women  and children in crisis. Free confidential 24 hour service. 885-2944  TFN  Gibsons Public _ District Library  Association Book Sale Friday, May  14 Marine Room, 6-9pm. Admis-  sion/relreshments, $2.       ��19w  ��� am  ytrml&C,ift -knitirfit  ? Additions! Smkw:  Sewing/Minor Alterations  Gift Wrapping ��� Gift Baskets  Preserved Corsages  Renr 689 Hwy 101  Gibsons 886- 9355  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 e/doz. 886-8039.  TFN  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNs  Noon Hour  Special(s)  Discounts on  ��� cards  ��� jewelkiry  ��� plioto (tames  Show Piece Gallery  280 Gouaer Point Road.  Gibson's Landing     886-9213  Adult children of Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 886-  3849 or 885-4622 lor help.    NC  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7863,24 hour line.       TFN  Beyqnp  ��RAPHIX  ^J" ,.aa-a��0.a-  PROMOS  ...tor All. VOUR GRAPHIC NEEDS  ��=****�����- 885-0244  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565 or 885-7484.  Roberts Creek Hall Restoration  Com. will recycle your odds and  sods lor a garage sale. Please  donate to the cause. For pickup 8  into, call Lee 685-4410, Gail 886-  3977, or Jeanette 685-5512.I20W  Stencilling lessons. For more inlormation. please call Jill 886-2175.  ���21cn  Fighting against addiction open  meeiing Sechelt Aclion Cenlre,  Saturdays 7:30-9:30 pm. For info  885-2893. >20w  Attn: all past, present t future  herbal weight-loss customers.  Greal news. Due to a decrease in  our shipping cost the sale price of  only $48/set shall become our new  reg. price. So get a jump on summer using an all natural Chinese  Manchurian herbal products. To  order yours, call Debbie now at  886-2238 MOcn  BROOKS It MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints |  Emlmn-mnl.  rrhnHyPrnm      /���'  ���l/WCotouraa,/  ,f/_'  mellentow  ItclixtlnnCImm  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-29231  Res 885-50581  PRIVATE TUITION  Experienced lully qualified teacher  available. Seniors exam preparation techniques. Elementary students - all subiects. 8864468.  121 w  English Horse Show, Sunday May  16 behind Gibsons pool. Starts at  10:30 am. Bring the lamily! Hlw  Beypnp  WRAffiiX  MENUS  ...far ALL VOUR GRAPHIC NEEDS  885-0244  9 month old Bouvier, male black  with white star on chest. Losl in  Rbts. Ck. near Crow Rd. May 6.  886-2744. 119w  Rust-coloured Husky, purebred,  female, tattooed. Great disposition,  wearing an unusual collar. Found  May 2, Davis Bay area. 885-3231.  flten  Practice rowing shell with sweeps  lor Olympic hopeful. 886-2089.  Mlw  3 yrs old quarter horse, mare,  Palomino. 885-9271.       MOcn  Dr. Wendy Royle, Veterinarian  wishes to announce the opening of  a practice in the near future. Date  and localion to be announced  soon. *21w  TROPICAL FISH  Free lish when buying others. 25  cents', up. 886-9890       M2cn  ALMA SKAE will be back on Ihe  Coast Thurs. May 6, Thurs. May  27. Psychic readings, bach llowers. 886-3224 ��20cn  ( ATZ &  DAYVC.S  LOO INDS  FOR FIREWOOD  HOG FUIL FOR  LANDSCAPING  ���Y CONTAINIR  LOAD  PHONE: 865-5530  CEll 1-328-7753  Combination wood and oil lurnace  and piping, as Is, where is. 885-  5474 or 866-4606. ��19w  15H 1/4 horse type gelding.  $1,300,885-9658 I20cn  Neapolitan Mastiff Pups. Superb  companions / guard dogs. Price  negotiable. 685-2442       MOcn  Rabbits - cages (Lops). 884-5324.  #19cn  Fairway Stables  English Riding Lessons.  Children - adults - beginner - experienced. Experienced certified English instructor. Roberts Creek. 685-  5423. ��19cn  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog t cat boarding. Dog training,  'Science Diet' pet loods. 686-  8566. TFN  12 wk. fern, cross P.B. Shep/Akita  $125.14 mos. Fern. P.B. Shepherd. Reg. 1 guaranteed $350.  686-7668 #19cn  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Privale classes, problem solving,  certified trainer. 886-2854. MOw  11 Garaiqe S.ilo  Gibsons Winter Club Annual  Flea Market, Sunday, June 13.  Fur Into call Kathy 886-8155.  ���19w  Moving Sale  Sal., May 16,10-1pm, 4443 Mission Rd., Davis Bay. Dressers,  high chair, settee, etc.     H9cn  Mulli lamily, Osprey St., near duck  pond, May 22 at 9 am.      ��20w  Yard Sale, Sal., May 15,10am-  2pm, weather permitting, 256  Knight Rd. ��19w  Sat., May 15 9am-1pm, 6136 Fairway Ave., Sechelt. ��19w  Gianl Flea Market  Plants, bake sale, Welcome Beach  Hall, Redrooifs Rd., 10 am Sunday, May 23. Table rentals $7.  885-4590 or 885-9652.      MOw  19.Appllsince  African Pigmy goats. Does, bucks,   .  kids. Excel, pels and bush clear-  K8nm��"> ffi'eJM'^. s,0.veJ  ing 883-2990 ss    narv6sl fl*1- Goo<1 Mn*l0n- *75  OBO. 886-3033.  ��21cn  Help reduce Ihe pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pel. NC  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlacl Then at Now Furniture.  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716orMarlee Fashions.    NC  Sunshine Choristers 20th anniversary concert, Sat. May 22, 7:30  pm. Sechelt Seniors Hall. Tickets  $7 at book stores, seniors hall.  MOcn  .Piano Tuning  4.  > repairs  ��� appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Two kilchen stoves, $i25-$200.  90day warranty. 686-0312 or 886-  4558. Mtw  Older Westinghouse white 24 in.  electric stove. $75.885-9230.M1*  Coin-Op washer - dryer, $600 pr.  Arthur 885-9859. M1W  ii     lam.    a  Heavy duly Whirlpool washer at  dryer, $400 OBO. 886-2653K21W  Dishwasher, excel, cond. $250.  Propane tank 30 Ib cylinder - free.  685-7551 MOcn  30' Westinghouse electric ranges.  Good condilion. While, $75; cop-  pertone, $125.886-9856. ���19cn  Yamaha 365S acoustic guitar,  excellent condilion $350 OBO.  885-5307 *T9cn  GUITAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles >  levels 1 applied theory,. First lesson Iree. Avail, days at eves. Steve  886-2365. ��19cn  Cruises on sale. Alaska from $699.  Wl. Travel. 865-2964.     ��19cn  Will buy froe tor cutting cedar  shakes. 885-0368. ��20cn  3-sided windshield lor 21 It. boal.  6854879. MOw  Inexpensive canopy lor small truci  (Ford Ranger). 686-8314.   MOw  Wood lots - will fall trees in  exchange lor wood. 686-9372.  ���19*  Annuals, shrubs, plants, llowers.  Reasonable or Iree, for large landscaping area. Also used kitchen  cabinets in good cond.. decking  material, landscaping tiles 886-  4584. I19w  Commuters ��� Travel daily to down  town and UBC. 1st ferry 6:20 am  return 5:30 pm. Room for 3. II  interested call 886-7490.    ��19w  Kayacking lile belt; crab traps.  Phone or lv. mess. 886-7355.  TFNs  Set ol captain chairs with wooden  spindle backs. Solid oak table.  While fridge/freezer and stove, pair  of French doors. 8888836.    ss  Boat - preferably old row boat (or  canoe) with character that floats.  Must be inexpensive, we're broke.  Call 886-7355 lv. mess.     TFNs  Large dog required, approx. 2 yrs.  old, prefer German Shepherd or  Rs-rtweiler. 886-3005. TFN  Recycle. Wanted excess or used  building materials. Will remove and  salvage small buildings. Free or  reasonable. 883-2687.      Mlw  JIM'S APPUANCE  REPAIR  Servicing Gibsaons & Area  886-0559  SAME DAY  IN HOME  REPAIRS TO AU MAKES OF  ���RfAlgtrafers -WaiKers  ���Fieeurt ���Dryers  ���Ranges ���Dishwothers  ���WrCondWorieri  ���Central Mr ��*H.  Over 20 y*  ONE YtAR     '  PARTS & IABOUR  GUARANTEE  -  GOVTRNMMa��l��KAIION  1686 Hwy 101 Gibsons  (across front Lower Rd.)  Reduced Admiral range, self-  cleaning oven, $1100 new, sen lor  $400lirm. 886-0941,       H9cn  Admiral Iridge - Sunset gold,  64x30, $250.885-4503.     ��19w  Older elec. dryer, works line, $75.  886-3573. MOw  Covered futon sola t ottoman, 8  mos. old, together make up double  bed. $300. Charcoal grey Ikea rag  rug $45.886-9665. TFNs  Large high back wicker chair/stool,  blue floral. $195; small handmade  solid mahogany vanity/stool, $125.  Both as new. 685-3175.     Mtw  Almost new, country style, solid  pine, hand rubbed beeswax finish:  cupboard lor home entertainment  centre, $450. Blanket box $250.  Bookshelf $250. Old ollice hal  rack, wood $40.686-9665. TFNs  Oueen size Halcyon brand semi-  motionless waleibed wiih cannon  ball style head 1 foot, incl. liner,  healer, hose, attachments $200.  866-9685. TFNs  Ginger Jar rattan set, must sell!  Almost new, oft white, mixed pastel cotton covers. Good deal.  Phone 885-5178 Suzana. Mien Coast News, May 10, 1993  17  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special ^���Pp Coast News (Monday)  Run your classified ad 6 times __��   am1SS&SfSSSS  ���m   *i               _f                    ��t       a**"*.   _____ ���                m tWHSKh.                     Gibsons &  undpay for only 2ttmes! Bg       secheit offices  Etitettainment Centre, almost new,  blond finish 50' x 50" x 19" deep.  Holds TV t stereo components.  Audio section has glass door, bottom halt with drawers it shelves.  Was $260, sacrilice $120. 685-  7651 I20cn  3 pee. loveseat, sola, chair, beige  tone   $500.   Three   moving  wardrobe boxes. $15.863-2930   I20cn  Great present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper lace and weights,  sun and moon plates, $600. 866-  7307. ss  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer w/replacemenl filter  (25. Philips air purifier $15. Bion-  aire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65,866-9665. TFNs  Almost new: Bombay Company  telephone/bedside table $95.  Framed John Blackwood print  'Cape Spear' $50. World Globe  $15,686-9665. TFNs  Coleman cotton flannel-lined  sleeping bag, seldom used, cool  weather rated $35. Air mattress  $10,686-9665. TFNs  LOOKING  FOR  SPECIAL  HELP?  Closingl Gerry's Chainsaw it  Mower Repairs, as ot May 31. For  sale, parts, sundry Items, used  paits. Thanks to all who used my  seivice. Gerry 685-5772.   121 en  MediOuip powerlilt and recliner  chair, like new, $850 OBO. 883-  2246. Mtw  2-pc. Panasonic Cam Corder  ($3500 new), make an offer;  desWswivel chair, $25; Lennox oil  furnace, exc. cond., $50; exercise  bike, $50.685-7478.        Mlw  All this rain has watered down our  prices!! 25% OFF everything In  the More until the end ol May. II  you've been coveting something,  noWs Ihe lime to comet gel it.  FOR OLDE TIMES SAKE  HWY. 101�� PRATT RD.  Sandra Leach 6864261.   M1cn  Oueensize waterbed wilh pine  headboard t padded rails, $75.  886-3851. Mtw  WEDDING DRESS  White, otl the shoulder, decorated  wilh pearls. Cocktail length front  hemline, long back. Size 12/13.  Veil, incl. Less than 1 yr oid. $500.  885-5010. Mien  Belmont piano, oak desk, colour  RCA TV, converter, speakers.  886-2952. I20cn  Airtight Regency, 24 karat gold  glass dooi, like new, $500.885-  4723. MOw  TOPSOIL  Gravels, fill, sand. Reasonable.  Call Doug. 885-5070.        MOw  Ranger electric scooter, used 1  month, $4000 new, now $3400.  Estate sale. 685-7538 and 885-  8849. MOw  PRAWNS  Fresh daily $3.50/lb. To place  order call 683-2136 lv. mess.M1w  Ostium airtight wood stove, $350.  6854051. Mtw  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  $195  IT PAYS  TO SPREAD  THE WORD  Firewood $100. Measured cord.  Also taking orders lor Sept., Oct.  Delivered. 6854264 message.  ���19w  Gas dryer $75 OBO. Else, sewing  machine. Maureen 883-2563.   MOcn  Baby furniture, kitchen sel (will  exchange lor change table). 886-  4527. ��l9cn  1 pr. ol drapes 81 In. X 84 in. long,  $65; drapery rod 162 in. wide  w/draw cord, $60; temporary electric pole, $200.6864025.   Mtw  Fisher Grampa Bear airtight c/w 8  In. chimney system, also hot water  coil hydromc heating system, $650  OBO; 1980 Meicury Zephyr wagon  lor perls, $100 060; Vertage prolessional speaker cabinet (2x15).  Excellenl cond., $100 OBO. 885-  5474 or 886-4806. IIDcn  Oil Furnace, Airco 120,000 BTU ���  lank, otters. 886-7037.      Mlw  Full size camper dig. stove heater,  $1500060.686-2108. ss  Firewood, $100 - measured cord;  also laking orders lor Sept., Oct.  deliveries. 885-3264. mess. I19w  FIREWOOD  Free delivery, Fir $110; Hemlock  $100. Slock up lor winter. 886-  9372. I19w  Sony 21 in. H.D. stereo TV latest  model, (new $800) $495; Hitachi  portable washer spin dryer (new  $700) $295; 1/2 in. BJD drill,  R.E.V.var.sp., $85; 883-2882.  TFN  Ladies 10 speed, like new, $100;  Peugot 10 speed, $10; baby bike  seal, $20.6854799 eves. H9w  Alder firewood, U-pick up or delivered. Wilson Creek area. 865-  6070. H9w  Computer -1 yr. old, IBM 386-25  MHZ including printer, $1200  OBO. 885-7970. HOw  Binoculars, Nikon Lookout III.  10x50, $100.886-8665.     TFNs  Franklin wood stove. Good cond.  $90 OBO. 865-3075.        Mien  Wood burning cook slove, suitable  lor cabin. Open lor oilers or trade.  885-9071. 12101  Macintosh lid 100 MB HD 5 MB  ram $2,150. RGB 13" colour monitor $250. Integrity Graphics 885-  6424. Mtcn  16 ll fiberglass canoe $350.  Sportsman fiberglass canopy, fits  8 ft box, approx 2 ft high $1,700  replacement value, asking $650.  866-2136. Mtcn  Satellite system, 8 ft spun aluminum dish, receiver, remote control tracker, stand $950.886-2354.  Mtcn  Malching couch and chair, good  cond $50. Ladies dry suit $150.  885-5394. Mtcn  Cellular phone Novalel, wilh  charger. BC mobility contract. Al  885-5546 9-4 pm. Mien  Antique parlour stove $250.885-  92B2. aWlcn  Satellite dish (2 yrs. old) Toshiba  receiver TRX100 with DECODER,  $2000; elec. stainless steel day  mixer, $100,886-9595.     Mtw  Anlique gold wood slove, exc.  cond., $1100 OBO. 6654604.  ..asaapaaraasv maaa./. ...     . =-*a?-1*.  wishing funs like a Deere. Model  68 John Deere, 8 HP 30 in. cut,  $575.8854546. I21w  Craftmatic adjustable bed with  vibrator as new, $800.885-3696.  Mtw  Myata 12 sp. racer bike. Manganese lube, good cond., cost  $439, sell $150; 2 bike bumper  carrier, $20; Black t Decker  rechargeable, reversible drill, $20;  9x12 wall lent, used 2X, $25.886-  9509. Mlw  BUILDERS  4060 (VTH brown dbl. glazed window, $200,886-7955.        Mtw  2 - one way Amtrak tickets Irom  Seattle to San Diego. Good until  June 3, $60.886-9314.     MOw  Dlx. Stairmaster, digital, must sell,  $300.886-7726 (alt. 6pm). Mtw  5 HP single ph. electric motor,  $325.8854887. MOW  Temporary service pole, complete,  $165 OBO; approx. 400 lineal feel  1X6 bevelled cedar siding, new -  $125 lor all. 1-987-1604.    MOw  Sola-bed, luton style, dk. blue,  $175; drapes, 6CX80' beige/blue  floral. 50*X84*. green moire, $75.  6864435. MOw  Solid teak wood dresser S matching 4 drawer chest. Exc. cond.,  antique; Speed Queen dishwasher; Sears router and accessories;  Stihl powersaw05AV. 883-9260.  MOw  Roland keyboard; chairs; Best  offers. 8864441. MOw  Ceiling fan/light; exercise bike;  water skis; CB radio. 8864514.  MOw  Quebec maple syrup, $9; recycled  ecomais, $15; Sechelt Elem., pickup Thurs., 12-12:45.685-2114.  MOw  Heavy duly roof rack for full S3  van. Cost $1,000, sell $200. 886-  4888. I20cn  a-aftSfa  a-W-***-**  Rhododendrons I Azaleas.  Same low price S3.50-S10.00. No  GST. Large selection Roberts  Creek Nursery, 2569 Lower Rd.  886-2082 MOcn  Single ivory sheer covers 14-1/2' x  83' $25. pair. Tergal- poly pleated  sheers, eggshell, covers 12' x 83*  $125. New pair drape liners covers  104' x 40' long. $40.885-2954  alter 5 pm. MOcn  Computer Tandy 1000 - 1020K.  extended ram printers, R.G.B.  colour monitor, keyboard, joy  sticks, games etc. $200 OBO. 685-  9694. $20cn  '86 Woodmizer 40HD handsaw  mill. Trailer pkg - 550 hrs, lap siding attach., carriage cover, auto  grinder, tooth setter, misc. spare  parts. $22,000 OBO. 886-3001 ss  Perennials  Huge Selection  LowTrices  Melville Cottage Gardens  168STyson,Sechelt  Wed. to Sun. 9 am to 5 pm  Closed Mon. ft Tues.  Noah oil 101 tartsmn Broamlnj& H*ld  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellenl condilion, very  clean, newly painted it renovaled  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams In living room, white walls,  400 sq. ft. deck, fridge at slove  induded, washer 8 dryer optional.  Excellent localion, dose lo lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  Nodh Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 8664095. $39,900. Call lo  view TFNs  HYDRO POLES  BC Hydro approved, all sizes. Call  W.D. Excavating lor Inlormation.  886-9764 or cell 1-220-1526.  TFNs  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/$30.  Roberts Creek 885-9969.    TFN  Beautiful maternity dresses, some  Shirley K, size 8 lo 12, reasonable.  Baby clothes and toys. 8854676.  ���19w  Large aquarium 48" L X 12* W X  18' D it fluorescent canopy, $100,  king bedlrame w/rollers, nevet  used, cost $135, asking $78.886-  2513. Il9w  4x8 pool table, good cond. Balls,  brush 8 cues. $350.886-7521  IIDcn  SCREENED TOP SOIL  Quality soil at a reasonable rate.  WD Excavating. 886-9764 lv.  mess. TFNs  Elmira wood healer, very good  oond., glass door and brass trim,  $500,885-5758. MOw  Firewood for sale, $90 per cord,  delivered. Slock up for winter now.  Call Rob 885-7804. MOw  Horse manure. You load.  $15/truck. 885-5423.      11 ten  Small 1 Boyes matching love  seats $500. Bond knitting machine  $200. Floor length rod pocket  white sheers - never used. $200.  885-4001 11901  Beautilul maternity dresses, some  Shirley K, size 8 to 12. Reasonable. Baby clothes and toys. 885-  0876. I19cn  Scuba package: Brooks dry suit.  Tusa BCD. Sherwood Blizzard  regulator USD mask it snorkel,  blades and lins, gloves. Season  ankle weights, SeaHex weight belts  30 lbs. All excel, cond. 11,300.  1961 Corolla lor parts, runs excel.  $150.8854876 11901  Garden tractor S cart, Makita 8'  portable saw, new Sears router,  pine baby's crib, rvghchair, walker  t other baby stuff. Drop in slove,  2.8 prehung door, cedar kindling,  bucket seats lor Chev P.U. '81  Volvo, best offer. 886-3811.11901  Near new exercise treadmill, 1 hp  04 mph. Auto elevation, computerized. Phone 885-4578   11901  45' 4-harness, Jacklype lloor  loom. Some reeds and other  accessories, $485.886-7757.I19W  FRESH PRAWNS  $5 lb. at $4 per lb. To order: 885-  7348Namaste. Mlw  SCREENED TOP SOIL  Quality sdl at a reasonable rale.  WD Excavating 886-9764 lv.  mess. iTFNs  250 gal. luel oil tank, $100 OBO  (empty). 886-2828. ss  Inflatable kayak, like new, $500;  call between 12 S Ipm, 885-9357.  TFN  Mac l-s-��eibook 140,40 Mb HD, 4  Mb RAM, ind. software: Wordper-  feet, Magic. HyperCard Devijlorjers  Kit, Flight Simulator, Quicken.  $2000.8884665. TFNs  Cl-aWren's picric table, $23; cedar  whedbarrowrjlanters,$8and$16.  8854285. ss  SUNCO  Recycled Building .Materials  French Doora/lnt.-Ext. Doors  Alum. & Vinyl Windows  Lighting/Kite hen &  Bathroom Fixtures etc.  WW our store or oaf  885-8889  5653 Wharf Rd^Secheh  ��#cycw ��� Sow  1987 Crown Victoria LTD, great  shape. Reliable car. $2400. Rob  886-9097. #2icn  1987 Suzuki Forsa 3 cyl, 5 spd, 3  dr, excellent commuter car. 865-  1939 MOcn  1981 Olds Cutlass, gd. cond.,  $1800 OBO. 8854488.     I19cn  1989 Ponliac Gtand Prix, 2 dr.,  PS/PB, cruise, good lires, aulomatic air. aulo., $9200 OBO. 886-  0334. ��20w  1984 Coll, AM/FM/cass., new winter and summer tires, mechanically  pertect, looks good, $1400. 885-  7535. MOw  1977 Cadillac Sedan, $750; 1976  Courier PU, Hat deck, $650.885  3687; MOw  '77 Ford LTD II, body great, runs,  $400 OBO.; '76 Cutlass wagon,  good tires, brakes. $300 OBO.  866-9381. ss  1D81 Ford Mustang, blue, good  cond, $2000 OBO. 883-2557.  MOW  '79 Vdkswagen diesel, $400; '78  Jimmy 4X4, $600; '66 Corvair  Monza, $1500 OBO. 6854077.  Mlw  '76 Toyota Celica, 5 sp, sunrool,  new exhaust, runs well, $1300  OBO. 886-4642. ss  197D Olds Cutlass cruiser S/W,  $600 OBO, runs well. 885-5574.  Mlw  '83 Chevette, 4 cyl, 4 dr, hatchback, auto, tiade lor small travel  trailer. 686-8039 alt. 5pm.   #21 w  1984 Mazda RX-7,78,000 kms. 4  new Pirelli tires, sunroof, rotary  engine, rebuilt clutch, master cylinder, Iront speakers 4x9 infinities.  Reliable a strong $5,100. Call Joel  885-5166 TFNs  '88 Sprint, 5 sp., good cond.  $4,000 OBO. 886-4968     MOcn  '85 Dodge Caravan 2.61, 4 cyl,  auto, extra clean. 886-9500 TFN  CEDAR SHAKES 8 LUMBER, any  size. Will cuslom cut. 885-2138  or 885-5601. TFN  GOOD HAY  $5.00/Bale Delivered  Straw $5.��Vb8le  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Call Between 12-1pm  185-9357  TFN  Parker .Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Martin 444s Winchester,  Queen size waterbed, Beniwood  rocker. 685-5467. ss  886-0103  Gibsons Pnrk PI  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  1144240  TFN  Cat 955 track loader $9,000. 686-  7727. SS  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 OBO.  686-2546. SS  ���SO Ply. Sundance, 2 dr, auto, A/C.  low km., HB, immac. aqua.  $7,000,866-2736. Mien  '62 Lada 70,000 kms, ideal as is  or parts, offers. 885-3629.  Mlw  '78 Ford LTD 8 pass. Squire  wagon, 460 V6.2 new studded  snows, dean, $575.885-4031.  M1w  '87 Chrysler LeBaron convertible  silver grey, leather interior, air.  con, AM/FM. turbo, 54,000 kms,  $12,000060886-3714.     TFN  1988 Daytona Turbo Shelby Z.  loaded, veiy sharp looking. 84.000  kms, 5 speed, $10,000. Consider  partial trade. 686-7130.     Mtcn  '79 Volare dlx. sin. wagon. ONe  owner. 80,000 miles. Good cond.  886-7075. Mien  '60 Chrysler, solid, reliable. $650  OBO. 886-0515. Moving, must  seH. M1cn  1981 Chev Citation 4 dr hatchback. Good cond. $900.6854401.  12101  1966 Ponliac 2 dr, red, 56,000  miles. Appraised at $5,000, sell for  $2,200080.685-9282.    Mtcn  1980 Acadian, rebuilt motor, lots ol  new parts. $1,500 lirm. 8854243.  12101  Datsun 240Z body parts, rec. eng.;  '79 Dodge 1/2 ton step-side with  canopy, boat rack, $1250. 886-  7378. ss  CHEAP! FBI/U.S. SEIZED '81 GMC 5 ton dump, new split  '89 Mercedes $200 rearend. Brakes, newly tested.  86 VW $50 89,000 kms., $8500. Bob BBS'S? t*rcedes $100 4804.                         M1w  '65 Mustang $50   Choose trom thousands starting W9 R5�� Clut> Cab, lactory  $50. FREE inlormation 24-hour "-W **���"��� �����������*��� ��1'2����  Hotline. 801-379-2935 Copyright OBO. 885-9282.            Mien  -BCO1O410. I27w custom built 4x4 Dodge chassis,  1990 Honda CRXsi, black on ^P"6'' -*-*,ru<*<**��� *"��  black, sunrool, 35,000 km, very ���* JJ;?00 or *"*,OT h-**V ��*  dean inside a oul, $10,000 OBO. *"��� ��� bu9'van's���" a"'"1"*  886-7205 eves.                 ss *? Heavy duly rool rack tor full-sz.   _ van. Cost $1,000. sell $200.886-  1963 Volvo D/L, 4 dr. Sedan, 4888                        MOcn  excel, cond., 120,000 kms, asking  ������  $4500 886-4529             I19w 98    0,d      00 s,ePsltle Pu-  ���! !  New clutch assembly. $1500 OBO.  '79 Capri 5 sp, 5.0 litre engine, 685-9351.                    MOw  new paint, many new parts, $4500  ���***"���r   lirm 886-2572               H9w Jeep Che,okee Laredo, hunter  ��� !  green, 4 dr. 4X4 plus exlras,  25.000 kms, $18,000. Dave 886-  3876. ss  DRUGLORD TRUCKS! $100  66 BRONCO  $50  91 BLAZER   $150  77 JEEP CJ  $50  Seized Vans, 4x4's, Boals.  Choose from thousands starting  $50.-24 Hour Hotline.801-379-  2935 Copyright IBC104KK MOcn  p V.W. van. Good condition.  60.000 miles on new engine.  Some rust. $2,600 OBO. 865-  &17. . TFNs  aw��� ��� ~-��-  1tT9 Suzuki Samujrai, soft top,  $1,200. or 1984 Rabbit, diesel,  $1,500. Go lor the fun or go for the  practicality. 886-9535.      I19cn  1980 Buick Skylark $800 OBO.  686-7521. H9cn  1976 Volvo 242DL. New clutch,  good lires. Well maintained.  Colour buckskin. $1,950. Phone  886-7127. 11901  1D88 Honda Accord LX, 4 dr, 5 sp.  95,000 kms. PS/PB, cruise.  $8,500,886-4536. SS  '77 Buick Skyhawk, needs back  brakes. Just tuned up and new  front brakes, $450 OBO. 8864069  Dean. now  1992 Subaru Jusly, 4 W.D. hatchback. Privale 3 yr. lease offered to  honest and dependable person.  TFN  Low Cost  Autos  from $500 and up  Call 885-4004  1987 Buick Skyhawk LTD. Excellent condition, one woman owner,  non smoker, Immaculate, sunrool,  AM/FM cassette, 67,000 km. Call  686-4908. $7000 OBO.     ITFN  1982 Cavelier, 4 sp, clean solid  car, reliable transport. $1000.885-  2948. ss  '85 Lada 5 sp., 105,000 kms,  good 2nd vehicle, $500 OBO. 886-  4621. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto, air,  power, white, exc. cond, 35,000  kms, $17,000.886-3623.      ss  '79 Ford stn. wagon, V6 auto,  good running cond, $475. 886-  9372. ss  1986 Ford Mercury 2 dr, 8 cyl, air  cond, exc. cond, low mileage,  $5000 OBO. 883-2512. ss  '77 Blazer lor parts, rebuilt 400  engine turbo 350 transmission. '90  350 in|. engine; '69 Muslang lor  parts. 886-0054. I19w  1982 Zephyr Mercury $1000.885-  6263. MOw  1980 T-Bird looks and runs good,  asking $1395. Jerry Ridgewell  886-2277. 119w  81 VW Jetta 4 dr, 5 sp, sunrool,  $3500 OBO. 886-7969. ss  '66 Toyota Tercel, mint cond,  auto, 4 dr, sunrool, $5000. 685-  4503. I19w  1984 Dodge Omni. exc. cond, 4  dr. htchbk, 5 belts. $1600 OBO.  885-3415. ��19w  1967 Ford Tempo, red, 4 dr., 5 sp,  exc. cond, many options, 145,000  kms, $3000.885-5510.     MOw  72 Volkswagen Beetle, new  brakes, tites, runs good, $1100.  Eves. 886-2746. MOw  '88 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player. $5795.686-7150.  Good selection used tires, wheels,  Chevetle; Honda Accord parts.  885-4004 ss  '77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond,  $900060.666-3848 SS  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine slereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 686-7376 SS  1973 Super Beelle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhausl. Mechanically sound,  $900OBO. 885-1943. ss  1986 Ford Taurus, am/lm. Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $6,495.  886-7520 or 886-2111. ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/ext, rebuilt engine a transmission. Priced lo sell $3850 Call 886-  8510 alter 6:00 pm. ss  1969 Volvo 242 DL, still lunning.  good lor parts. Firsl offer can drive  it away. 8864295. TFNs  '86 Ponliac 6000 AC 4 cyl, FAnj,  exc. cond, $3995. 886-7150 or  8864213.  1979 Bronco 4x4, new paint, tires,  elc. Excel, cond. Good looker.  $4,950 firm. 885-3878      MOcn  Import canopy by Galaxy, insulated, $100,886-7311. MOw  '66 1/2 ton Ford PU, 6 cyl, 4 sp,  good working order, $800. 886-  9594. H9w  1988 Nissan 4X4 hardbody King-  cab, V6,97 km, $8900 or consider  partial trade for car. 886-7584. ss  1982 F250 4X4 PS/PB V6, good  cond, $3500 OBO. 8864969.  ���19w  1960 Chev 1/2 ton 350 V8 auto,  rusty bul runs, $600.885-7330.  I19w  1978 Bronco, new paint, rebuilt  motor, rear end, new gas tank,  springs, ball joints, cart), exhaust  and brakes. $5,400 OBO. 886-  7013. ss  '85 VW Vanagon. 7 pass. Stereo,  sunrool a ski rack. Excellent cond.  137,000 km. $7,200 OBO. 866-  3733 I19cn  1988 Ford F250 custom 6-cyl, 5  spd. Box liner. $6,900 OBO. 885  8911. I19cn  1986 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 OBO. 885-  1949. ss  '67 Nissan 4X4 XE, P/U 5 sp,  100,000 kms, canopy, sunrool,  dura-liner, a bush bar, $7600.885-  2995. ss  1967 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass. PS/PB, auto., tilt, Sony  stereo, new exhaust, asking  $5950.886-7800. SS  '80 GMC 3/4 ton, $2700; '73 Ford  3/4 ton, $1300, both in exc. cond.  886-7774 or 686-3027. ss  1968 Chev S.10 Tahoe. Immaculate, low k's, also canopy tits S.10  longbox. 883-2297. ss  1988 Bronco II 4x4, greal in snow,  V6 AT, exc. cond, new brakes,  exhaust. $8500 OBO 896-2031 .ss  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000. 886-3005 Sam-  5pm. TFN  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5 -a 2  tranny, new Iront tires, needs  inspection. $3250.886-3001.  ss  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss  Car ddly lor small and mid-size,  compl. w/lightbar, near new, 1993  model. $1950 lirm. 883-2246.M1w  1979 23 ft Nomad Travel Trailer,  sen contained, air cond. Nice unil.  $6,300. Tow vehicle avail. 886-  9774. Mien  '79 Toyota Travel Home. 3-way  Iridge, toilet, shower, slove with  oven, lurnace, hot water heatei.  Following is new - propane tank,  water tank, seat cover, spare  cover, dual batteries, regulator.  Dale's inspection avail. $3,000  OBO. 6864033. Mtcn  21 tt. Nomad, exc. cond, $4995  OBO. 8854477. MOw  32 It. Traveleese trailer, abused by  tenant, needs help, $3000.865-  5070. MOw  32 It. Holiday Rambler Presidential. Air, awnings, microwave, new  carpet, lurnace, water pump,  $13,500 OBO. 886-2546.       ss  1987 Valley camper, 6' stubby light  weight sink, stove, ice box, exc.  cond, $2500.883-9978.    MOw  1975 Ford camperized school bus,  propane engine, fridge, stove, lurnace, hot water tank. $8,900 OBO.  885-3982 MOcn  A1993, 32II Citation Supreme fifth  wheel, lully loaded, fiberglass  exterior, full warranty, located at  Langdale RV park. 758-1073.  11901  Trailer, 10ft. X 6ft. 110V/12V/  propane, good heater, $600.886-  6070. I19w  Bsoier trailer, sink, stove, libreglass.  13 tt. $1650.885-1943.     I19w  Tenl trailer, '79 Venture steeps 6,  fridge/stove, lurnace, heater, Ipts I  oi room. 886-2906. I19w   ,  1971 ��� 21 tt. Skylark, new upholstery a blinds, exc. cond, $4000.  8864317. I19w  11 foot camper, new bathroom,  h/tank, h/jacks, pumps, floor.  $2,400,886-3075. 11901  Travel trailer 13 tt, enclosed toilet.  $1,650.6864487 ss  '77 - 26 ft. Pace Arrow motestaome  - low mileage, newly refurbished,  plus frailer to haul car. $17,500  OBO. 685-7664. TFNs  P/U Camper, $640.8854137.TFN  CHEAP! FBI/U.S. SEIZED  86 Allegro 33' $250  82Wirinebago $50  87 Pace Arrow 29' $200  Choose Irom hundreds starting al  $50. FREE information 24-Hour  Hotline. 801-379-2935 Copyright  IBC010425. I19w  1979 Suzuki 4x4 $2,500 OBO.  8859282. Mtcn  '77 Dodge, good tires, runs well,  some rusl, $700.885-2703.121w  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $8500.6864301 ss 19 ft Cutty 145 Volvo depth    sounder, ban tank, on trailer. As is  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window whereis.$3,0iXOBO.885-9071.  van, parts. 8855102.           ss ��21cn  '89 Ford F-F150 4x4 Super Cab  custom, 5L V8 auto, lully loaded,  only 51,000 km, exc. cond,  $14,700. IH Chev Cavalier R.S. 4  cyl. F.I. 5 spd. manual, only 71.000  km, exc. cond, $5200. 886-2219  or view 857 Poplar Lane.       ss  '86 Fotd Taurus V4, exc. cond.  $3900 060.886-7524 alter 5 pm.  1978 Oldsmobile 96, reliable transportation, lots ol exlras, $1200.  8859848. ss  One owner only 15,000 orig. miles.  1972 Plymouth custom S/W. 360  motor/auto. Spare has never been  on, $850 lirm. Walt's Auto. 886-  9500. Mtw  mvhmn you  pay for 2 Ineorilon*  SO  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  in aHhar di* Monday or WeekmilW  Edition. Up to 10 words; 25 tents  for mich addiaiond word.  Ftee: Losl, Found & Free  Sura Soil Claaalilode  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling ana item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be canceled unless you instruct us lo renew it  by classified deadline ��� Noi available fo, cm-mchl aaaWoawa  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Mitten W����k��nd��r  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUMDAY  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechah 885-3930  -���- "  t_m_��  Hi*.  ���  -  -  ������    -_. .     .     .  _tVaS��. 18  Coast News, May 10,  1993  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times/   ^m  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  dibsons &  Sechelt Offices  SECHELT MMIK  SUMETS LTD.  CiBliln llll Murray l  MX.M.MC.   MNAMSl  MA BY C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  Boat trailer suitable tor 14 It boat.  $200,886-7115. #21cn  12 tl libreglass boat $500.6.5 Mercury molor $350.885-9268.  I2lcn  20 HP Evinrude, exc cond. $675.  16' EasyLoader trailer $650. 886-  2736. #21cn  85 HP Evinrude remole control,  elec. start, runs. $500:25 HP Mercury 83 model, brand new, never  used. $1500. 883-2990 alt. 5pm.  ���21w  Aluminum boathouse In Langdale  area. 24x48 II., wned lot no  power, $6000 OBO '69-0084.  ���21w  MARINE PAINTS  886-8103  Gibsons Park PI  8 ft. wood Sabot style rowboal.  good cond., $250.885-9230 ��21w  18 ft. Davidson sailboat, 6 HP  O/board, exc. lamily day sailer,  lines lead alt. S3295.8854797.  I21w  '92 Nissan inflatable, slashed -  repaired. Used once, cost $2200,  sell $1000; beach wheels used  once, cosl $165, sell $100: Coleman propane RV 3 burner with  oven, harvest gold, like new, $200;  12' stainless diving knile, cost  $100, sell $25; Wanted: 2 burner  propane stove. 6-8 fl. dinghy, 6 fl.  box awning tor van, podapotlie.  886-9509 I21W  Will trade restored 1974 TR-6.  value $12,000 lor 24-26 ft. CB.  boat. Fred 885-6065 121 w  7' Polaris 'Puppy* Inflatable Ten  der, split oars, seat, pumriA hp  Merc, jftfiiyjl ,500 OBdTj  8400.���  Flotation 12 pieces 32' x 16' x 48'  $15 each. Sunco Recycled Building. 885-8889.885-3363   ��19cn  14-1/2' Skagit fiberglass boat, 30  hp Mariner tilt trailer. Phone 885-  4066. I21cn  12' Smokercratt boat c/w 7-1/2 hp  Merc, oars, gas tank and 200'  anchor $700.886-3446.    I20cn  16 HP Suzuki, $1200; 9.8 HP  Merc., $900.886X3736.      I20w  12 It. Lund aluminum, 9.9 Evinrude, fully equiped, $1395. 885-  4723. I20w  Zcdiak dinghy, Merc O/B. lank and  oars. 885-4117. I20w  9.8 HP Merc, $500 OBO. 685-  4452. ��20w  14II Hourston Glasscratl Classic  50 Merc. 2 tanks. '92 trailer, new  seats, motor all redone. Fully covered, spare prop. $4,500. 886-  8045. ��20cn  ENGINE REBUILDING. Valve  grinding. Reboring. Sleeving. Hard  seats. Hot tanking. Custom & hi  performance engines. 886-9475.  I20cn  15 tl Boston Whaler, showroom  cond, hardly used. Galvanized rd.  runner trailer, Merc Classic 50'  motor w/power tilt. Many extras,  terrilicbuy.no GST. $11,500. Ph:  534*333.5306342        11 ten  Berkley let wilh compiele Olds  setup manifolds - mounts, etc.,  $1000.886-8695. I20w  Concrete lloals, heavy duty 12  11X48 It. and 12 H.X72 ft., loam  lilled correctable, pressure-treated wood, galvanized linings. 883-  2637. I20w  1988 K&C Kingfisher 16 It. centre  console. 60 HP Evinrude, galv.  tral.. $5800.686-7584. ss  14 ft. Sangster, lull canvas, new  battery, EZ load trailer, 35 HP  Evinrude, $2500.883-2990. Ittw  21 It. Searay, exc. cond.. in water  ready to go. Recent survey.  Comes with Tandem trailer and  extras. 250 HP Chevy. Musl sell.  $15,000 OBO. 885-3861 eves.  I19w  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs.. new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth soundets, $12,900. 886-  7255. ss  Brand new 20 HP longshatt Evinrude outboard molor, laotory warranty, $1700,888-9011,9-5. TFN  22' Hydro Swill cabin cruiser. F/G,  350 chec. OMC Leg D.S. Rod  holders, trim tabs. Low hrs. Needs  little to be ready to go. $2500 885-  3820 6-8 pm. Anytime weekends,  ss  16II. Davidson sailboat. 4 sails, lin  keel. 7 5 honda. $3000 686-9224  tit  CHEAP! FBIAJ.S. SEIZED  88 19'Sea Ray $350  90 16'Hobie Cat  $50  84 ChrisCralt $200  Choose Irom hundreds starting al  $50. FREE Inlormation 24-Hour  Hotline. B01-379-2935 Copyright  ���BC010429. I19w  24' Reinell cabin cruiser, exc.  shape. $5200 OBO. 886-8101  between 8 - 5 or 886-8616 eves.  TFN  12' aluminum boal with 7.5 Honda  good cond., or trade tor inflatable.  685-2044. I21w  Dinghy, 8 1/2 It, aluminum. 886-  9741alt.4pm. #21*  18 It. F/G Volvo I/O tandem axle  trailer, $3600.883-2297.        ss  23 It. Sabrecralt 165 I/O Merc, 20  aux. depth soundei, head, stove,  $9000 OBO. 885-3764. ss  24.5 Cabin Cruiser, new  Merc motor and leg. head propane  stove, sleeps 4, rear glassed in,  $6200.883-9253. ss  Ranger 22. VHF 5 sails, very last,  sleeps 4. Gary Mull design $4200.  886-3490.1-977-7349 toll-lree  pager. ss-  Coronado 15. trailer, similar to  Laser, nice sailboat $1600. 866-  3490,1-977-7349 toll-lree pager.  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.    TFN  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhausl manifold. $3500.866-3457.  RECYCLE  6 HP Evinrude long shaft, $250;  1992 Mariner 75 HP, 5 yr. extended warranty, $7000. C.W. 171/2 ft.  Giaspap boat. 2 batteries, bait tank  S pump. 885-7478. #21w   ��� ��� .B  a>. t*||   afj  ��,   4a��-  17.311. Crestliner*/65HPand3  HP Johnson. 85 L builtin gas tank.  Tilt trailer, complete, $2300 firm.  883-2246. #21w  Flotation? 45 gal. poly drums available $20-$25 ea. Depending on  Hobie Cat 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  boal. #$1700. B86-3490, t-977-  7349 toll-free pager, ss.  |     -a*"'4* ���<��� '���*% _m  ft aluminum boat $6007 885-  7167.  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 685-5278.  TFN  quantity. Call Jim 683-1142 or Good 12 ft. aluminum boat $600 or  944-3249. #19cn    Irade? 885-7167 ss  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious lay-.  oast, excellentts*andNit*a��t veryl  ���eta*: lli*ly^*tes*|l/eJ^ovat^d,  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white wals,  400 sq. It. deck, Iridge . slove  included, washer l dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to ferry, In  Comeau Trailer Park 122, 1416  North Road. Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 886-8095. $39,900. Call to  view. TFNs  B.LANKET CLASSIFIEDS  Theae ads appea/ In mora than IOO oommunHy ntwrapapera In B.C. and Yukon  ond foocn mora vnn 3 nMton rtBdera.  to place AN AO Csll the Coast New�� 886-2622  307  $195  ls3 roaartasMMsssaiaslaasxa.  SUCTOII  OKOTOKS COLLECTOR  CAM auction May 2Wi In-  doora. 200 apadal car* travm  Modal A 10 Porecha. Bro-  churanowaviiaabla. sagood  spots.  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Eatcsonlcs, Law  E/Ssxosfliscrt, Msdkal Sso-  rasny. Parslagaa, Travsl SC.  aXM4M(^nsdsPl.Vanoou  a�� (804)886*823. tA  Train to bo s -CRM* - Car).  Had Apartmani Mansosr.  Many Jobs avalabla. Ovar  2,000 Watdsialaa now worts-  Oovsimsr  kip,.   Oovsmarisfat > . ,  hoaTsaatudycoutsa. n.M.T.1.  *81-W58orlal0O<66e338.  a*a*s**JflluafTB8  IMPROVED UFESTYU.sx-  parlanead. professional  aaaaipaopl. tot sinbalassvsstaat  -fe-yrm, Mnssatva, Pro-  groaalva Fold UaKoarysttora.  doaa ao cky. Family town  UsHtylo. Rasunss: Box 620.    .AB.TOC1SO.  FOR SALE: Six Bsty Dumps  skhsMvaryla*aaa1da>raaM.  ���n. BsnumbsronslorNrs  sMshMMssyavlHlghavsyssnd  Malnlsiaanos eompanlaa.  Cavl8lsws-aa����4SSe084.  tt_t_t  Humanitarian Tax Froo  Orsnts, Fras Inlormallon.  Phons: (604)642-3728 Ol  >wl��:CStanta,Box62,Sooka.  B.C.   No quaNtleatnna lo  Os^aaajnsiant Qrants 8 loons.  BBSons ol dollava ana mada  svsSaHs to ns* and aafaaVaj  8.C. buavsaisaa. Tha Bnad  Book oan ahow you how to  get yew anus.  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From S55 aq.H. dually  sngtnsMrsd modular homaa.  Foctory-bullt tor your ails.  2X8 wals. R40/R20 Insula-  Son. Showhomss - Damac  Horn* Salaa, Surray.  (604)587-2161.  atWSXjjlAj.  Exotic Osnosra, Osonjls and  Tammiihavaaanaaatonalpar-  sonaaJ photoa lor aaual  For  mors Into, plssas wilts: Gsof ���  rl,s>��i112,Csmpl>sllRlvsr,  C.   VaW4��.   ADULTS  ONLY!  itnlogyCh  Sand Blrlhdato. M/D/Y.  BMhtlmo H*al, AM/PM, Blnh-  pascal,City,Coajnoy. 20Yaara  sxpsrlsnca. Immaadlala ra-  tponss. te.��6wlahS.AS.E.  to: Oisns Claks. 301 Bras  RtaSd,i"auraOsn.B.C. V9L3T9.  mAltSTATt  FARMS FOR SALE - Hash  Lsval, Albans. Bargain  prtcoa CsllCsnlury21,T1ni-  ber Rssi Easts lor photo bro-  ohurs (403)926-4748 Fax:  (403)826-4750.  LANDWANTED: CsihsaaJ-  aMtordssrsd,tssd,dsvsl-  C4>sdofundavalopodlandon  vsneouvsr lalsnd/Lowsr  Msinlsnd. Call lor a 0<4ck  issponas ie23-162Q.  aTt-TsVICES  Major ICBC moBf vsNdein-  jury daksis Joal A. Worsar.  Ml ls*wsr (or 24 yosis. Csl  Irss: lisXM85-1138. Con-  tlngsnoy Isaa avallabls.  Simon. WanOf 8 Adjsr.  TW*vn-  TIME SHARE ntaloi and  itfitala. Your Canadian oon-  nactlon. Want to Ml or buy  pfo-or^yadftioriOmaihart  ?.��?!lfffws^^b,fltfeT  Wonwnda Notwortii  l-wo*  666-3816    or    Calgsry  (4O3)2SM��50.  8AAMUTCLA8SVBO  ADS  Plaos your sd In over 100  oommunky istnnpspsrt  lor only I185.00.  Call Ms psfasr or the  BCYCNA �� 8684222.  Sell-contained bachelor suile near Central Gibsons, 2 bdrm main Watertront 1 bdrm apt. in Secret  ferry terminal. Exc. beach a view, Door, huge deck, speciac. view ol Cove. NS, no pets, $450. Lv.  Avail. June 1. $425/mo. ind. elec. manna. $6251 util. Avail, immed. mess. 685-9368. TFN  886-2738 821* 351-0540 ��20cn ���  2 bdrm Rockland Wynd. Ne* lloor  covering, deck, elect, heal. 5  appl's. Util shed. 885-6401 ��21i:n  Totally renovated, spacious 1  bdrm. mobile. New 8X16 living rm.  addition, 8X12 -storage shed.  Excellent ocean view, greal summer home, Selma Vista Trailer  Park. $12,500 OBO. 885-9391 all.  6pm 621*  Trailer lor sale 1969 Companion.  Excel, cond. Asking $3,300. 883-  9785. flOcn  12'x 68 2 bdrm 8'x 8'addition *  covered deck. Clean, good condilion. SFWD. $26.500.886-9581  8t9cn  12' x 56' 2 bdrm utility room, duroid  roof, good condition. $22,500.886-  9561 ��19cn  Doublewide, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, lv.  rm., din. rm��� lam. rm��� drapes, carport, veranda, cut stone Iront,  landscaped, quiet. 885-6401 J20w  New Park ��� Nanaimo area, Dlx.  Adult Community. Rents Irom  $235/mo. For details contact 597-  3322. TFN  $35,900 FP ��� New 2 bdrm. Irani  kitchen, loaded, 6 only 597-3322.  TFN  14X70. $22,900. Must be moved.  597-3322. TFN  Delwo Homes lor all your manufactured & mobile home needs.  Guaranteed lowest prices. 534-  2571/230-5579. #19cn  Cozy semi-lurnished sell-contained cottage. Suil clean, quiel  '92 Suzuki DR350, street or dirt, ^m^ bachelor or single retiree.  Mono shock blue 1 while with pink Cabte| h8al iKl $510/mo Re|s  lactoty graphics, like new, only please. 886-2694 or 885-3433  3.300 kms. $3,400 OBO. 886-3770 K1w  eves. 821cn           3 bdrm. view home, 3 appl.  1983 ��� 80 cc Honda molorscooler, Granthams. $75(Vmo. 886-2473.  $225 OBO. 885-7476. 621* ,J1w  ���84 Suzuki GS750 EF, blue on Vis* suite, spacious 1 bdtm. adull  while, $1500.686-7584.       ss   oriented, Inclusive ail utils, pool  1983 Honda XL. 600R, good f^' ^^,Ca��mm*'June  cond., $1500.883-2557.    820w    ' "" ������ ""'" ~  CHEAP! FBI/U.S. SEIZED  87 Mardura VGV 700 $100  86 Interceptor VF500 $50  OOHatley $200  87 Magna 700 $100  Choose Irom thousands starting al  $50. FREE information 24-Hour  Hotline. 801-379-2935 Copyright  ���BC010421. 819*  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc. cond.,  28720 km, sacrifice $4,500 firm.  1965 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  offers. 886-8622. SS  BUSINESS IN GIBSONS  WISHES TO RENT  COMMERCIAL OFFICE  SPACE IN SECHELT.  We require 600-1000- sq.fl.  Please write with information  on cash/sq. It., length ol lease  required, mainlenance costs,  when available. Reply lo Box  390  c/o P.O. Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  Family of four seeking country  home lor summer monhs. Flexible  time, Gibsons - Roberts Creek.  Possible exchange lor Van. Jericho Beach area. Call 736-2543.  J I21cn  .lorwonsrnsj-^o'  s area. 1985-4270.  ���21*  House or apt., 2 bdrm., lor May &  June, Gibsons area. 886-2299.  V ��21w  Family seeks' small rural home  w/studio. Lease prelerred, $350-  $450, starting July. 886-0475.  ���24w  Responsible family of tour requires  level entry 3 bdrm house tor June  1.885-0610. #2101  Around July 3-17, collage lor quiel  family of 4 on or near beach  between Hopkins I Gibsons.  Replies to 4861 Inman Ave, Burnaby, BC. ��20w  Quiet N/S, N/D woman, late 40's  w/well behaved dog, seeks shared  accommodation. 683-2161. 820*  Furnished home w/moorage lor  June, July - Aug. in Garden Bay.  replies lo P.O. Box 123, Garden  Bay,BC.V0N1S0. 819*  1. $500.886-8632 lv. mess. 621*  3 bdrm. basement rancher,  Sechelt area, rels. plesse.  $700/mo. 885-5865,9-6pm. #21*  Detached bach, suite, walk lo  terry, view, W/D, summer pool,  $550 utils. incl., pel OK. 886-4613.  ���21*  3 bdrm. mobile watertront acreage,  Earls Cove. W/D, wood stove.  886-9600. ��19cn  Large 3 bdrm. duplex, lower Gibsons. Avail. June 1, $900.1-498-  0021. #21*  Avail now, central Gibsons, 2 bdrm  house, ocean view, walk lo Sunnycrest Mall. N/S, no pets. $750 ���  ulil. 886-2670 John G.      #21cn  1 bdrm apt. suitable lor one person. Main floor house wilh view,  F/P, hydro - cable incl. No pels.  $500/mth. 686-4856.       #21cn  Gibsons ��� housekeeping rooms  $250-$! 50. Arthur. 885-9659.  #21cn  2 bdrm Mobile Home at Erwin  Motel Trlr. Prk. 826 Hwy 101.  Avail. May 15. $475.886-3331.  #2191  2 bdrm. house with sunroom and  view, Hallmoon Bay. W/D, DW,  June 1, N/S, suit working couple,  $700.885-4794. #21w  Two 1-bdrm apts. lower Gibsons.  Bright _ sunny. New kitchen S  bath. Laundry, very quiet S secure.  Close to amenities. $590-5650.  886-3420. ��21cn  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  toNbs  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  Waterfront. Grantham's  2 bdrm, lease pref., refs.  $650 incl. utilities  Watertront. 2 bdrm.  older home  Franklin Rd., $850/mo.  Davis Bay, large 1 bdrm. suite,  wood heat, yard suitable lor 1 person, $475/mo. avail, immed. 885-  4862. #21*  12X68 mobile on acreage. Newly  renovated, avail, immed.,  $650/mo 885-3433. #21*  1 bdrm. above ground basement  suite, 1 min. to terry, ideal for single person. Non-smoker please,  $495 incl. utils S W/D. 886-8474  alt. 6pm. #19cn  Near new townhome, 1425 sq. ft.,  4 appis., 1 1/2 baths, basement,  carport, covered sunoeck, close to  schools and strapping. Avail. June  1,$775/mo. 686-4680.        TFN  West Sechelt, newly renovated 1  bdrm. suile, F/S. Near store, laundry, bus, N/S, N/P, rels. req.  $500/mo. heal a water ind. Avail,  immed. 685-9810. #21*  Brand new 1 bdrm. view apt. at  Oceanview Class. Farnharh Rd.  Avail, soon, $525.886-8923.#20w  Central Gibsons. 1 bdrm pnvate  rear ol house. New carpet t paint.  $395 ��� util. Avail, immed. 351-  0540 #20cn  Room with own bathroom, use ol  lamily room, W/D. Now-Sapl. 886-  0270 #20cn  Why rent? Newly rebuilt 16 It Iravel  trailer. Full size shower, toilet, new  fridge J hot water tank. Located on  pad in Wilson Creek Campground.  $4,500,885-1939 #20cn  Shared accom. Watertront executive rancher, Eureka Race, Hallmoon Bay. 3 bdrms, tully lurnished, $400/mo.. Phil 885-2474.  ���20cn  Shared accom. 2 bdrm, deluxe  townhouse, Sechelt area. Split utilities, $400/mo. 885-0969.  #20cn  COZY HOME  Large room, Gibsons. Share  kilchen, hot lub $395 incl. utilities.  Ideal lor student or construction  worker. 886-3779. #20cn  Avail, now, new 1 bdrm Gibsons.  View t deck. Suit single. No pets,  N/S. $650 incl. util. Rels. req'd.  686-9043    f \        #20cn  TRAIL BAY  PROPERTIES LTD  Office or  Retail Space  2,861 square leet of  ground floor, level access  office or retail space in  downtown Sechelt. Good  exposure wilh ample  parking. Air conditioned.  Available May 1,1993  with long or short term  leasing options. Space  can be divided if smaller  premises required.  Contact Bruce Morris  885-5614  Trail Bay Properties Ltd.  Box 400, Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  Newly renovaled 3 bdrrr house.  Beautiful view of Gibsons Harbour.  Fridge 1 stove. Avail. May 15.  $650.1-762-7226 collect.   ��21w  Selma Park 2 bdrm. mobile home.  Fantastic view, Isrge deck, rels.  req., $510Vmo, 885-9520   #21*  Gibsons 1 bdrm. suite. $5O07mo.  685-6009. ��21w  Bright 2 bdrm. near Dougal Park,  newly renovated, F/P, W/W. F/S,  covered parking, fruit trees,  stream, nice yard, $5501 utils.  8866526. 821*  Warned: 1 female to share tidy 3  bedroom with 2 males $225/mo.  Avail. May 15. Call after May 12.  886-2799. #21 en  Brand new 2 bdrm state with terrific view, Gibsons area, $650/mo.  incl. utils. 886-0192 alter May 8.  #21cn  Immaculate 1 bdrm Sechell village. 4 appis, carpet, $500  p/monlh. Part utils. Avail. June 1.  No pets. Refs. req'd. Phone 434-  5347. #21cn  Avail. May 15. Hopkins w/l 3 bdrm  basawwrl ste. Large living rm, lully  bath, own laundry rm. Greal location, 8 mm. walk to lerry. $750 kid.  util. 6666483. #21cn  Monthly, Weekly, Dally  886-3343  3 bdrm. newer home in Langdale,  4 appl., dbl. garage, $625/mo.  8666787. #19w  1 bdrm. clean basement suite.  $450 incl. all utils > laundry lacil.  Gerri 6866107. #19*  1 bdrm. suile with gourmet kitchen,  walkin closet, private yard, very  dean, beautilul view, W/D, storage  room, $525. Jasmine 936-5588,  avail. May 1 or 15. #19*  Bachelor  Suites  BY MONTH OR WEEK  1 bdrm. suite Gibsons, avail,  immed. 686-2202 or 886-0054.  ���19*  Charming waterfront herilage  home 4 bdrm., 5 appis., 2 1/2  baths. Wood, elect, heat.  $1050/mo. Avail. May 1.885-4499.  ���t9w'  3 bdrm home, Davis Bay, upper  duplex and view. $800 per month.  Available June 1st or July Isl. 885-  6096. #21cn  Watertront, Gibsons area. Brighl  one bedrm oceanfront suile. $550.  886-2596. #19cn  Good tenants only, please! Available June 1. Your pets are welcome, and your children are  requited! A lamily home with room  lor your kids to play. Nice 3 bed-  mom rancher on 5 acres ol treed  property. Jusl otl North Road, minutes by car to the lerry, and walk  lo Gibsons. Propane furnace S  stove. Fruil trees in the yard.  EXTRAS INCLUDE: wood burning  "Healilator' stone fireplace, big  patio sundeck, exlra storage shad,  clothes *asher�� dryer, built-in  dishwasher; 'waff to Wan carpets, i  $850 per months _ utilities. References absolutely required! Call  Mark 1-944-7580 (messages) lor  'Open House' viewing limes and  dates, or to arrange a personal  appointment. #19cn  Shared accom.. lge. home 100  yrds. Irom beach In Lower Gibsons. N/S, no pets, $325/mo. ��� 1/2  hydro. 686-2969 mess.     ��l9w  2 bdrm. modern in park-like setting/creek. Near mall, no pets,  $675.888-2454. #19*  New spacious above-ground 1  bdrm basement ste. Private entr. 1  min. to ferry. Mother (small child  welcome. $525, util. incl. N/S. 886-  8474. #1901  Small 2 bdrm. house. No pels,  $50O/mo. 886-9258. ��19w  W. Sechell - upper floor 3 bdrm.  home, $775 ind. utils. cable. N/S.  1-2756282. #19w  One look you'll be in love, new 1  bdrm. ocean view country collage.  Fridge, stove, curtains, N/S, N/P,  June 1. $500/mo. B866719.��20w  Small 2 bdrm. cozy bsmt., pnvale  n/manna, $380.886-7400. #19cn  Gibsons, new 3 bdrm. 2 1/2 bath,  2 level home. 1500 sq. ft., FP,  fridge, stove, D/W, huge dbl.  garage, $950.984-3386.   #20w  New, sell-contained W/F guest  house, premium quality, 5 appl..  garage, built-in vac etc. N/S. N/P,  $675/mo. All utils. refs. req., mess.  685-7509. #20w  New self contained suite in quiet  home. Ocean view, Roberts Creek  area. N/S. No pets. Suit retired or  business couple. 8866475.��t9cn  4 bdrms, 2-1/2 balhs, home in  prime Sechell Village localion.  Available May 1st. N/S. refs. reqd.  886-2833 or 263-7753      #19cn  1 bdrm trailer furnished, also small  trailer, suitable 1 adult. Cedars  Trailer Court. 8856313.    ��19cn  3 or 4 bdrm house on privale  acreage near Gibsons. 5 appis,  F/P, $950. Avail. May 1st. 886-  9134after5pm. ��l9cn  2 bdrm suile, Gibsons, washer,  dryer avail May 1. $575 p/monlh.  883-2149. #190)  1 bdrm. suite, watertront, balcony,  nsw carpet, paint, $375.863-9177.  #20*  1 bdrm partially lumished view  apartment, Jolly Roger, Secret  Cove.$550. winter, $650 summer.  CENTURY WEST REALTY  PROt-tRTYIIANAGEIIENT  HMW3  32. Commercial  For Rent  For Rent - Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, service commercial, up lo 2,000 sq fl, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq ft  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 886-2663 days, 686-9076  eves. TFN  Close lo Gibsons, 30x50 II. workshop, 2 bays, 91/4 fl. ceiling, mezzanine lor storage. Great for small  business or hobby shop. $700/mo.  885-44900f451-1B55.       #21*;   -*-M-~ -*-  Small office, rural' Roberts Ctseki  Perfect for counsellor, massage  practitioner, artist, writet, etc.,  $200/mo. plus utils. 8856282 or  8856170. #21*  Davis BayWilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752 or 885-9863. TFN  Industrial workshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750 sq. It. unit. $475/mo.  9216751. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  TFN  For a Professions! Resume in  lower Gibsons call CONFIDENTIAL 886-4740. Mtcn  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED ��� II you  are interested in the arts and live  in Gibsons Hunter Gallery awaits  you, 10-1 or 1-4. II you enjoy gardening and live in the Sechelt area  the Arts Centre needs you Irom  May to Oct. to help care lor Iheir  gardens. A driver is needed in the  Porpoise Bay area to take a visually impaired man shopping once a  week. A vehicle is available. Help  is needed with the Halfmoon Bay  Fair by making signs and helping  with a car rally. For these and  more opportunities conlact the Volunteer and Inlormation Cenlre al  685-5881. #19cn  Full lime receplionisl required  Previous Real Estate office expenence an asset. Knowledge ol IBM  compatible with mouse and  Microsoft Word for windows a  must! Excellenl telephone and  organizational skills requited.  Please submit resume lo: Remax  Top 20 Really. Attn: Colleen Bell,  Box 429. Gibsons, BC VON IVO.  #19cn  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours,  $339.84 week, lamily of 3 earns  $4417.92 monthly. 24 hour hotline. 801-379-2985. Copynghl  ���BC0104S2. #28cn  Assemblers: Excellent income lo  assemble products at home. Into  1-504646-1800 Dept. BC-239  ���21*  ICEMAKER-MANAGER  The Gibsons Winter Club is  searching (or an Icemaker-Manag-  er for the period Sept. 15-Apr. 15.  Requirements: Experience in making culling ice, a refrigeration ticket  and the ability to deal effectively  and courteously with people. 886-  7512. #1to  Rural roule mail delivery, one day  per week, plus relief. Musl have  reliable car and be versatile. Send  resume c/o Box 76, Madeira Park,  B.C.VON2HO. #20cn Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News, May 10, 1993  19  Fully qualified stylist preler *ith  own cliantelle. Call Elaine 886-  3K5. #20w  ELPHIES CABARET  Now accepting applications lor  bartenders, waitresses at doormen.  Apply in peison to Chris between  8-10 pm, Thurs., Fri. or Sat.#20w  Now hiring waitresses - bartenders. Apply within at Grammas  Pub. #20*  Occasional driver with 1st data  wagon or van to accompany at  least once a month for shopping,  usually on the Coast, but possibly  lo Lower Mainland. Prefer availability on weekdays. Remuneration  is negotiable. 886-4747    ��20cn  Front counter person. Job indudes  answering phone, wailing on customers, helping with paperwork.  Hall Sat. will be required Send  resume to S-48, C-6, RR#2, Gibsons. #19w  Experienced hairstylist req.  immed. lor busy Sechelt salon. No  clientelle necessary. Top wages,  flexible hours. Please call 885-  3616 days, 8856555 eves. #20*  Receptionist, strong communication and intetpersonal skills. Word  Pertect 5.1 d/base, Bedford, general office, willing to learn.  Resumes to Box 2429 Sechell,  B.C. ��19cn  New China Kitchen now hiring  waiter or waitress. Apply In person  with resume, Gibsons Paik Plaza.  TFN  Ollice assistance required approximately 12 hrs. per week, must  have a thorough woiking knowledge ol Word Perfect. Send  resume w/refs. to Box 371, Gibsons, BC VON IVO. #21 w  According lo our policy Sechelt  Preschool is accepting resumes  lor  1. Teacher- ECE qualified  2. Assistants - must enjoy woiking  w/children. Send resumes by May  19 to Box 1563, Sechell, BC VON  3A0. #19w  Assemble products at home. Variety of work. Excellent pay. Call  amazing 24 hr. RECORDED message lor tree details (604) 623-  2380 Ext. A74. TFN  Now hiring friendly people for the  position of servers. P/T, F/T, days  or nights. Apply in person between  11-11:30 am or 2-2:30 pm Tues.-  Fri., Omega Restaurant.     TFN  Assemble lighl products Irom  home. Excellent income. Call  amazing 24-hour RECORDED  message for free details. (604)  623-2380 Ext. #A74 (ml a direct  hirer). TFN  Concrete - Specializing In driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 8686096.       TFNs  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable. 884-5324 or  8866436. TFN  WORD  PROCESSING  ��� Laser Printer*  Coast Oflkc Services  Phone/Fax  885-6390  Are You Wanting  Your Business  To Prosper/  Strategic Business  Consulting  Mailable At  Reasonable Rales  TF.L: 886-2596  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry of Forests  The Sunshine Coast Forest District has three openings  on the "Interlace Response Team". This team will be  based In Sechelt, yet mobile lo action fire and/or project  work within the Sunshine Coast Forest District or other  districts across the Province.  One position is for a team leader with the following  qualifications: Must have demonstrated leadership skills  and a good knowledge of fire behavior, lire suppression,  mop-up and patrol, Are communications, portable pumps  and water delivery systems, and the safe use of chain  saws and hand tools. Musl have practical ability to make  initial assessment of wildfires, formulating attack plans  and ensure the tire readiness ol tha assigned crew.  Two positions are for team members with the following  qualifications: Must have a suitable application,  employment history, safety record, work and character  relerences. Must be capable ol working vigorously under  adverse conditions and not adversely affected by air   ��� ���  travel.  Tentative term ol employment is mid June - mid  September pending budgets and tire hazards.  All posilions must pass an approved pre-employment  medical examination and complete and maintain the  Initial attack physical fitness standard. Candidates must  possess and maintain a valid Class 5 B.C. Drivers  License. Prior fire experience will be an asset.  Interested candidates may send their application to:  Sunshine Coast Forest District  7077 Duncan Street  Powell River, British Columbia  VBA1W1  Inquiries: Brian Mcintosh  Tel: 485-0714  Fax: 485-0799  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenance  ��� Pinning - Trimming ��� Fertilizing -  Garden Clean-up  Commerdal 8 Residential  68661801V. mess.  16916936 toil-Ires pager  TFN  Will's window and yard care. Langdale to Egmont. Reasonable rates.  885-7733 #19cn  HAW MOWERS WILL TRAVEL  Too busy to keep the grass cut?  Reasonable - reliable - quality  work. Yes, I do wirvJows, too! Call  Gall 8856737 #21cn  HOUSECLEANING  Honest, dependable and hard  working. 8856196. #20cn  Custom Seuins* *  Alteration*  bv oualifiaid tailor  mw a^aaww^na nn,  Fcabric, fur a Moner  for opponSnsnf  p/aM.acolHt-i-175  SUNCOAST CONCRETE ��� a new  service on the Sunshine Coast.  New age altitude, old style seivice  parging, sacking, grouting, dry  packing. We do what other one's  donl. 885-4704. #19*  PAINTING  Interior, Exterior, Residential A  Ca*a-*rneidal. Small jobs a specialty, quality workmanship and materials - estimates Iree. Nick 685-  6340. TFN  UwWBRUSHCUTTINQ  Lawn maintenance, power raking,  brushcuttlng, pressure washing,  turf laying, asphalt/concrete sealing, rototilling, hedge trimming,  rubbish removal, bucking wood,  window/gutter cleaning, carpet/  upholstery cleaning. 8856737.  Able man with pick-up available lor  rubbish removal and light hauling.  Ron 6855056 #19cn  Light hauling. Yard and basement  cleanups. Seniors discount. Norm.  886-9503. #22w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  8856917.,-ial,        TFNs  PATERSON &. CO.  ACCOUNTANTS  I ir t o mi' la x  Prenaration  977 Hwy. 101  Cibsons, B.C.  .986-4843  AC DC CARPENTRY  Specializing in renovations. Quality, lair prices. Al 885-3411. #21W  w  EDEN ENVIRONMENTAL  DESIGN  "Now available lor consultation on  the Sunshine Coast!' Your home,  your office, your yard. Create your  personal environment. Michael  886-4538 or 1-9786344 (pager).  #21*  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  885-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 yeais,  3b.Business &  Home Servir  WILLOW GARDEN SERVICE  Expenenced - reasonable - reliable. Lawns, hedges, beds, cleanup. Rob, 8856232. #21cn  rowuit  GENER/U.  C0NFRAO1NG  SITE MANAGEMENT  FORMING: FRAMING  RENOVATIONS: SUNDECKS  PIUMBING  EViS. 886*7309  CONSTRUCTION  ,��*rjl>Cuilom Framing  T:ffa|  )jsWoodSidl^i--J  883-9775  fealty WtMdiiioa-k  Horns Remodelling, Finishing  We look st all jobs big or small.  For prompt, quality work at an  affordable price, call Art Qlas-  breeMM5-3372. ��24w  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentiy, drafting. Iree estimates. References  available. 886-3463. TFNs  attorkffljire  eUmbfiirr  am 8,1  a   _k__t-_ aJ^f  ���.sjVnrnwtTKii <��� KUfoinnfn  fuKy mUi/l9Q  friendry, Reliable Service  Fred Ho** 88��-352��  Landscaping labour, lawn, berry,  hedge cutting. Man/men available,  casual or regular basis. Csll 886-  3822. #21cn  Spotted Owl Construction. Foundations, Irame, finish, alterations.  Hourly, contract. Langdale lo  Egmont and Islands. 685-3574.  I21crt  HOUSEKEEPING  10 yrs experience, honest 1 reliable. 8866962 Kathy      ��20cn  We do renovations, repaiis, additions and outbuildings., 6856070.  ���20*  SlSCONSTRUCTrON  Renovaiions. Decks, garages.  Quality workmanship. Free estimates. 8866407 Shane.   #19cn  Will's window washing. Reasonable tales. 885-7733       ��l9cn  E&E  PHOTOGRAPHY LAB  CUfTOM  CotourftB/W  TUES-SAT10-5  BETTY DEMARCE  88G-4586  287 Gower Pt.Rd,  Gibsons Landing  I'M YOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Sdariums, No job loo small. Bill at  8866380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502. TFN  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. TFN  MAID TO ORDER  For all your housekeeping needs,  give Bev a call. 8856906.  #21*  Landscaping labour, lawn, berry,  hedge cutting, window cleaning,  etc. Call 8866822. ��2tcn  Protessionai carpet, vinyl and sub-  floor installations S repairs, 21  yesrs experience. 886-7812.��20w  OCEANVIEW  Boothlll Ranch R.V. PARK  Opening this spring. Call now to  reserve your space! Long term and  shot! term rates available. Phone  886-9764 lor more information or  cells 1-220-1526. TFNs  Mature woman avail, lor house-  cleaning, no less than 4 hrs. pis.  Also man with small Iruck will do  odd jobs. 8866314. #20w  Lawns cul, weed whacking, windows and gutter cleaning. Call  Rick 8859699. #20*  NET MENDING  All nets, large or small.  C8JIMS-77M. ��20w  Rubbish Removal, yard dean-up,  light moves, odd jobs, last reliable.  865-9694,328-1811        #20cn  Hard working college student will  do odd |obs, wash windows. Mike  #20w  Yard clean-up, general repairs,  light moving. 885-4066.     ��21cti  One Ion truck lor hire. Yard work,  dean windows, gutters snd pressure washing. Reasonable rates.  686-2108. ��24w  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carp-Ms* Uptxtlatory  PCIWimTFfXK-  taTAMTlXEaiFlaBsT  ierFossaEii-*u.Ts  JUST ASK AROUIsO  886-3823  Broken windows or tabletops? 12  yrs exp. in win-low repair, also mirror comer shelves and glass art.  8866503. #21cn  HOUSEKEEPER  Experienced. 38, mature, reliable,  European background, seeks live-  in arrangement in quality retirement home. Good rels. Sechelt  area, June 1. Kindly contact 1 -736-  7592 daily between 9 am-12 pm.  #21cn  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  at HUSQVARNA  FOREST �� QARDEN  PPOOUCTS  Forest t Garden  Dealerships  available lor Sechelt  Call Dorhn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  RECOVERY PAINTING  Interior, Exterior, and Industrial.  Responsible A Guaranteed. Call  Jm 8866243. #21*  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.   TFN  DIVERSIFIED CONCRETE  Driveways, Sidewalks, Basement  Slabs and Exposed Aggregate.  Free estimates. Mark 865-9619.  ���19*  "K-WATAMUS TRUCKING  L9000"  Reasonable rates. Call Lori Dixon  886-7391, evenings 885-2728. Driver Geoff Dutose 885-5528. Available 6 days per week.      #19cn  Rermations ��� Additions ��� Repaiis.  Ticketed journeyman carpenter.  61*18866852. 119*  Semi-retired carpentry craftsman  available for design, consulting,  advice, leaching. 883-2882. TFN  Window washing, satisfaction  guaranteed. Have rets. Ron. 885-  5058 #19cn  MM STORAGE  LOCKERS  ULOCKMC.  Gibsons: 886-8460  Sechelt: 885-6422  Tvt/Ueut^m-U.  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating ��� Backfilling  Retaining Walls-Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  8866538   TFNs  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm rates,  Iree eslimales, no job too small or  too large. Bruce 6859576.  TFN  Need a very exp. childcare mom lo  look alter your child in a homey  atmosphere? Call 686-2227. Reasonable rates. Rels. avail. #20cn  Childcare required for Iwo 5-yr.  olds, and a 2-yr. old. Part time to  start, full time through the summer.  Must be reliable and flexible, refs.  req. 8866916. ��21w  Child care spaces available next to  Gibsons elementary, flexible  hours. 886-7375. <20w  17 month old is eager to share his  happy home wilh others. Comes  complete with patient, loving mom.  Full or part lime. Granthams Landing. 8866026 ��20cn  CHILD CARE (my home) Veterans  Rd, Gibsons. Flexible hours, TLC,  first aid, references, infants to toddlers (pref.). 8854527.    #19cn  Childcare for P/T, F/T and drop-in  avail. (Cedar Grove area). Please  call Shelley 886-3555.      ��19w  Your Help Needed...  piEAS*^ SuPPort us so we  * *^ can help those in need  ^Thrifty*  HELP THE  Donations    886-2488 or Box 5SS  ���Mta* If  k_id  ���aniafiliia  Branch Manager Required  Sunshine Coast Credit Union is a rapidly  growing community credit union with assets  of 170 million and branches located in Sechelt, Gibsons and Pender  Harbour. Reporting to the Manager, Operations & Development, the  Branch Manager is responsible for the overall branch operation  Including both the deposit-taking function and personal and  commercial lending.  The successful candidate will possess two years post-secondary  education and six to nine years experience, or an equivalent  combination of education and experience. This position requires an  Individual with strong interpersonal and leadership skills, who  understands the Importance of providing a high level of member  service.  A competitive salary and benefits package Is offered. Resumes  are to be directed by May 20,1993 to: Dale Elchar, General Manager,  Sunshine Coast Credit Union, P.O. Box 375, Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0.  WEST SECHELT  OPEN HOUSE  You are Invited to attend  our Open House to  review and comment on the  preliminary lnventoiy and analysis  that we have undertaken for  our site In West Sechelt.  Thursday, May 13,1993  from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.  Conference Room  The Driftwood Motor Inn  5454 Trail Avenue   .Sechelt, B.C.   MacMILLAN BLOEDEL LIMITED  Stillwater Division  Notice Board Jfr  Ongoing events musl be updated monthly  Wc reserve the right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer lo non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior lo the event.  MONDAY, MAY 10  tt Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, Halfmoon  Bay Chapter, Welcome Tea, 2 pm,  Welcome Beach Community Hall. Bake  table, raffle & door prizes, lots of fun.  Everyone welcome.  St Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, Roberts  Creek Branch, 10 am, R.C. Legion.  Sunshins Coast Peace Qroup presents  Jason Miller, ex-Canadian naval officer  and conscientious objector with video  presentation, Your Money or Your Llie.  Roberts Creek School Library, 7:30 pm.  Info: 886-6220.  S.C. Horns Bass Buslnsss  Association, 7-9 pm, Rockwood Lodge.  Quest: April Struthers, Community  Services on Stress Management, finding  the balance with work and family. Info:  Richard Currie. 885-6215.  TUESDAY, MAY 11  Trail Bsy Project CcmmKlM meeting, 7  gm, Seniors Cenlre, Trail Ave., Sechelt.  ilscussion ol waterfront park and  planning Community Spring Picnic on  Sechelt Blvd. Info: 885-2339.  St. Msry's Hospital Auxiliary, Gibsons  Branch plant sale. 10 em, 1308 Frtchett  Rd.      ,  WEDNESDAY, MAY 12  West Howe Sound Electors  Association. 7:30 pm, Langdale School  - speaker trom P.E.P. plue your  concerns.  Elphinstone Electors Association. 7:30  pm, Cedar Grove School. All Elphinstone  rssidents welcome and urged to attend.  New Directions ler s Healthier  Sunshine Coast. 7 pm. Sechell Indian  Band Hall. 5555 Hwy. 101. All intsrested  communily members Invited to ettend to  discuss draft proposal lor planning  dsvelopment of Community Health  Council. Into: Bev Ahrena, 886-5602  THURSDAY, MAY 1)  St Mary's Hospital Auxlllsry. Sechelt  branch, 1:30 pm, St. Hilda's All welcome  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, Gibsons  Branch, 1:30 pm, Marine Room. New  members welcome.  FRIDAY, MAY 16  Qlbaona S District Public tlbrary  Association Scoll Sale. 6-9 pm Marine  Room. Admission/refreshments: $2.  SATURDAY, MAY IS  Sunshine Coesl Sslmonld  Enhancement Society Garage Sale, 10  em, Chapman Creek Hatchery off Field  Roed. Any donated items will be picked  up. Call Bill, 886-2981 or Ihe hatchery.  885-4136.  S.C. Arte Council presents Libby Yu  piano recital, 8 pm, St. John's United  Church: Davis Bay. Tickets $10 ($6  studente) at Talewind Books, Sechelt,  Roberts Creek General Store, Sayward  Books, Gibsons end the Arts Cenlre. Info:  885-4402  Festlvsl ol the Written Arts "Rhodeo'  celebration of rhododendron season,  Feetival Pavilion t Rockwood Gardens,  Sechett, 10 am-4 pm. Admission: $2.  Pender Harbour �� District Wlldllle  Society Mt. Hallowell hike. Moderate  difficulty, 6 km - meel at P.H. High  School between 10:30 and 11 am. Info:  John, 883-1198 or 883-2807.  Annual Taena ��� Kids Cystic Fibrosis  lundreieing verlely show, 8 pm st nsw  Seniors Centre. Adults $5, under 12, $3.  Tickets available at Talewind Books,  Booke S Stuff, Sechelt.  SUNDAY, MAY 16  Pender  Harbour  Muelc  Society  preeents Artemis Trio, 2:30 pm, Phi.  School ol Music, Tickete: $8 members,  $10 non-members. Lighl refreshments.  Info: 883-2307.  S.C. Equeetrlen Club Spring English  Horse Show, 10 am, Gibsons Ring  (behind pool). Hunter, jumper & flat  classes. Spectators welcome; concession  on sits. Into: Jodi, 886-3059.  Pender Harbour * Dislricl Wildlife  Society Caren Range Old Growth Tour.  Easy-to-moderate difficulty, 4 km - meet  at Haltmoon Bay Wildlife Rehab. Cenlre  between 10:30 and 11 am. Into: John,  883-1198 or 883-2807.  Sunshine Hsfghts Owners A Reokfonte  Assocletlon (including Porpoise Bay  Estates) annual general meeting, 2 pm,  Greenecourt Hall. Issues: status of OCP;  futurs ot moorage facilities: status ol  emergency disaster program: election of  directors lor 1993-94. Info: 885-5523.  MONDAY, MAY IT  S.C. High School Swim Challenge '93,  3:30-6:30 pm, Pender Harbour Pool.  $1.50/student. Info or registration: Mans  at P.H. Aquatic a Fitness Centre or call  683-2612.  Csnadlan Cancer Society, Sunshine  Coast Unit meeting. 1 pm. Regional  Board office. Royal Terrace, Sechelt.  Inio: 885-9451.  TUESDAY, MAY II  S.C. Women'e Resource Society  general meeting, 7-10 pm, Kinsmen Hut.  THURSDAY, MAY 20  B.C. Schixophrsnls Society "Sharing a  Caring" Support Group, 10 sm-noon,  Kirkland Centre. Davis Bay. For info or  ride: 886-3534.  SUNDAY, MAY 23  Exhibition of New Sesigrephs by Greta  Guzek at Show Piece Gallery, 280 Gower  Pt. Rd., Gibsons, 2-4 pm. Meet the artist  and view her illustrations lor a nsw book,  The Ferry Boat Ride. Signed coplee  available lor purchase.  SAT. A SUN., MAY 28 AM  Maritime Weekend, Molly's Lsne,  Gibsons. Register now tor space In craft  market. Csll 866-9058  SATURDAY, MAY 2*  St Mary's Hospital Auxiliary. Hopkins  Branch garage sals, 10 am-2 pm, 1509  Langdale.  Royal Canadian  Legion  Ladles'  Auxlllsry. Gibsons Branch Spring Tos &  Baks Sale, 2-4 pm, R.C.L. Hall. Door  prizes.  Jock a Jill Pr��-School Garage a Bake  Sole. 991 Rosamund Rd., Gibsons. 10  am-4 pm.  MISCELLANEOUS  Elphinstone Plonaar Museum, 716  Winn Rd., across from Post Office,  Gibsons. Displays ara constantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours of opening or to book a tour 886-  8232.  Sexually Transmitted Dlseeee Clinic:  Phone for appointment in Gibsons 886-  8131, Sechelt 885-5164. 22  Single S Pregnant? Phone the Health  Hospital Tour: Phone St. Mary'e  Hospitol swilchbosrd to srrsngs, 885-  2224. 22  School Entry Booster Clinics: A  booster dose of diphthsris. telsnus snd  psrtussls Is Important for children  entering echool. Gibsons 866-6131;  Socholt 885-5164. 22  Child Heolth Clinics - in Qlbsons May  11,18 S 25 with an extra CHC May 17. In  Sechelt May 12,19 with extra CHCs May  18&25. In Pender Harbour May 13 A 20.  No charge. Info: 888-8131.  Tuberculin Skin Testing * Trevellere  Clinic will be held In Gibsons Msy 10, 17  & 31 snd Traveller's Clink: only on May  13, 20 A 27 at Ihe Gibsons Health Unit.  No charge. Info: 886-8131. In Sechelt  Health Centre May 10, 17 A 31 with  Traveller's Clinic only on May 12 & 19.  Prenatel Classes: Early clsss. Msy 16,  7-9 pm, Sechelt Health Centre. Lets  Clsss Series: Msy 11 A 18, Juns 8, 15 &  22, 7-9 pm, Sechelt Health Centre. To  register: 886-8131. Classes fill up quickly.  Canadian Menial Health Association  needs members $15 fee covers operating coats of now community crisis lino.  Info: Lynn Hsuka. 666-8236 22  MONDAYS  AA Women'e Qroup, 8:15 pm, Action  Centre, Dolphin St. (across from post  office). Info: 885-5680. 22  TUESDAYS  Perent A Baby Drop-In. 1:15-3:30 pm,  494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons 22  WEDNESDAYS  Parent S Bsby Drop-In. 1:00-3:30 pm.  5571 Inlet. Sechell. 22  Nevy League Cadets for boys snd girls  10-13 years old. Develops self-respect  and discipline whlls hsving lun Issrning  nsw skills Mssts st 6:30 pm. Qlbsons  Legion Hsll, Sepl -May. Continuous registration, uniforms provided. Call Mike et  886-8236. 22  Sunahlne Toestmsstere meetings al  7:30 pm et Chetelech Secondary. Room  115. Leern leadership, communication  and public speaking skills. Everyone welcome  Sunshine Coast Aquachlcke Dive Club  meets 2nd Wednesday ol every month,  Seasport Scuba. Into: 885-9630. 18  THURSDAYS  SC's Weight Loss Support Qroup  meets afternoons 12:30-2:30pm, cell 886-  2692, and evenings 6:30-8:00pm, call  886-7159, at ths Unltsd Church,  Glasslord Rd., Gibsons,  AA Women'e Qroup, noon, Action Centre,  Dolphin St. (across Irom post office) Info:    22  Co-Dependency Qroup for people living  with en active alcoholic or drug addict. 6-  8 pm, through July 1. Info: 865-5680.  FRIDAYS  Stroke Recovery - phyeio-lun-lood'el-  toavship, 10 sm-noon, Greenecourt Hall,  Medusa Ave., Sechell. Volunteere to  assist are welcome. 22  SATURDAYS  12 Step Open Masting lor Self Abuse  Addictions, 7:30-9:X pm, Sechelt Action  Centre. Info: 885-2893. 22  wi^m  a��Ai  m_w_wmi_mi_b_* Coast News, May 10, 1993  We have a mountain of inventory  to relocate... hopefully in your homer  YOU'RE GOING TO LOVE THESE PRICES!  UNO  ARMSTRONG  CANDIDE  ROLL ENDS  $100  ��� SQ. FT.  UP TO & X10'  CARPET  HARD WEARING  LEVEL LOOP  66!  'SQ. FT.  CASH & CARRY  UNO  ARMSTRONG  CAM BRAY  65!  ONLY  SQ. FT.  WHILE IT LASTS!  LINO&  CARPET  HUGE NiEW SELECTION  OF ROLL ENDS  $100  ���  P>QF  FROM  SQ. FT.  ��� Lifetime Wear Warranty  ��� 10 yr. Performance Warranty  ��� 15 Day Satisfaction Guarantee  (If you're not happy with your  carpet for any reason, we will  change it for you)  IT'S THE BIST GUARANTEE WE'VE  FOUND... IF YOU KNOW Of A BETTER  ONE, LET US KNOW  BRUCE  HARDWOOD  FLOORING  SAVE UP TO  $CA00  mm* W SQ. YD.  XtraLife  STAINMAStER  STARTING AT  $|295  SQ.YD.  CARPET  BEYOND  EXPECTATIONS  $1495  Y   1��� SQ.YD.  ONLY  10YR.ANTIMATT  & CRUSH WARRANTY  UNO  ,   COLMAR  STYLAIRE II  NEVER POLISH &  A10 YR. WARRANTY  REG. 16.95 SQ. YD.  $|295  NOW    Id SQ.YD.  clke mtmioi oj  mat mme ih&uld  neglect, i^maa- imicMe  penAcmauLf and  taAte. IjakcaK^ct  Ute ictak u<M want  uutli kelp, incmi- out  deco-ialci.  jpn. a*t afLpcU*ii*tte*tt  886-71f2  ��� full Showroom  Facilities with  Full Slie Samples  ��� Excellent Selection at Hoar, Window * Wall Coverings  CREDIT PLANS AVAILABLE  * IN-HOME SHOPPING  EARLY SHOPPERS GET THE BEST SELECTION1.  709 HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS  ttMmm^m9pm\%fm\^mtfF9rm^1m\mm^  886-7112  Utir -   ���     -     ���    ���  �����._^_mtmmmmmmmtiaae  mm  m\t

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